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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 3, 1861, Cincinnati, Ohio THE OOLLAB WEEKLT Tf«ES-^‘iK&EPEHD£WT    ÍHÍK53,    SEUTRAL    tM    WOTHINQ    * m»LÍ;me \viri;-\(». i».CIXCIA.MATi, Till KSÜAV JAMi VHY It. lf(«l. OM l.uMJ.AH »'KH VM' E^ST LY3Sri;iS]. T« irTF.'« I»r ‘AUK.«T," • vUHiUM'i dibam," ■ jr.T ■»U11 la ui Tir LAiir 10 AiiL. rhwr of tht opooiooo uid htnd- •aai* :ihr»rT ..f hi* towii-hoa«o not Vfillum Pat juD mo, Mr. Carlylo If yon know I ha!t Uie trlclm aod nmt plaiul upon luo, j you woiUd dol woBiler at toy •uaiiociiuttau ! Iho wotta    with    yoBX bualBott” “1 tiwrd that Satt Lyaao waa for urivale ■ale i yonr a((fnt <liop|>«<l half a worn to me In cOBtldeat'e. If »<', I ahould wiah to b« ih« purehattT. ’ For whom*’' loqulrod U>« aari. “tdjielt” ”Yon'” lanahed the oarl. Kgad' Uw ■■Writutj tb« Í In. InnttlTlnioe I tB‘. tUUK BF.UIM» TBI IMIPB ■I taan tii •Ti» Itm ).'"uf»d In »i Uta open door ^ rl wt of llrijt on the «arded door ^ThaN, as ofa maji m> m h't woa a-tnohalr. And tha Wl3j V^ada «raatti» off* lUaet tall fetjearrfr ha d naen la tht. valeot taan itw wa»ri«oiB« «oaea .d f 'ur-acore i-eare. .0,' had furrooed hl« hr a aiitt I'cea of cart. .ladfreaiad hia lemp'.aa. bie ciunD UId hara. •;heit|nt oIMioDe*brtihUt. loade diai ! Mount S-rrm. Not Hut he had heeu ir'e- r-;::!:: uii*4?i; h^etrdi«;,t'«o'^*’^ »»:»<’«*    .    «reat    smeral, .n ¡0.1n ur o.udot. iiah.nd the dotr'    emln-Dteutta t^aa.oroyetiau aotittmem!>er i »;.;U ' ; ► Uuu »l0Qe lU* w «a» ijwrR, ' ->1 thy I Taat*!'» t.uiii»T>nt.ti»tKa. tick. tick.    hiatbe '^BUilootTer ' AT* U eoiiveyad co poond,    mh.í*.    i«ui it/t    vuc    muoh it.k ^ir-p    iü* h«t.‘h.. maaaurad t<eA. t!<A.j;;ih .j-eucoand. reckleae,    for the    i]endtiirifi    amonp apauJ r.6o'¿«i, ble'idh“aT.t'p..lmA -tore .ml for a man ■ uwu-ippmr the 'Vbet oribi nar a »tra:'g~ a laipard tiJe.    :    h>'    '    h    intfte-„tto*    did thu world : •ot.'i' r an arehm « ioreh»an talr. 'Hib i-i .tw C( eeei and nUI liven luir, t etni. i on hi. lact aud a toy la hia hai.'. I k¿i of'Moubt-.»:;em;-HViai7V« ¿i;; i    „ l'^?!Jh».?rt<n»iore wrinklra.andhlaonM    rouaembar    thatagood forte ne waa left me by my uncle, and a large attnctlTe lace bore tha i*le, unmlaukabl. look of dlaalpation. (Mie of hia feet waa .-wned In fnliu of liuen, a« it reeled on a lofl yelvri ottoman. a|>«aklii< of cont aa plainly aa any foot erer apoke >et- It would aeeni— to look at the man as be aa; ihr re—that be bad ffTown old Ivefore hit 'iioe And ao ha had Hia yeara we'e liare.v Dlue-and-lorty, yet tn all, aaee yrnra, he wai aa aged man. A n.iti d charac’er bad bceu tuc Earl o< he sraw mora biulliat with bar Ihre, that there waa In lu i haracter a tail, aorrowfhl look, only at tlmea waa it to be notloed. when the fntin-.t* wvre In repoae, and It lay chiefly in the «cry evaa be waa admiring. Never dota Uila uucouacloualy niuunthil capretaion eziat, but It la a anre Index of aormw and tnfbring hnt Mr. Caylyle aa-deratood It dol And who ootlid connect aorrow with tbs anticipated brilliant lutnre of laa’.iel Vane* *'Ia«bel," obacrvcd tbe earl, "you are 'reeaed." "Yea, jtapa. Not to kcif> ol<l¿;^„^ wattmglra. 5*''e Hk> a *.o taa^^tw li^ I 1 know Mm. Vane tnnat havioTtoib ^ tog dinner It waa peel atx a of a f from bare.”    ^tSOc, ”1 hope you will not l«bel.” ' “I* dependa upon Mr*. Var ' “1 heti 1 am anre yon will , ynurg ladita, in this taahi ' ' ' our>, turn night Into day, T"; lor their mace. 'Vbai say yoy. [' , Mr. Carlyle gltnced át c____ the aame fconr: the two, of all the fan.nau pittd iho, ari •n„, m    .    .,    _ laj)ies department. Uaal the Pr*fr>sar '•ajc »f Hofai,':, Di. Uolmta ,« fully up to hi. mark is tb' Influeoeeover her luliire 1    .    i..    ,    , . Thafa a prrttv croee. rbl -^ rv- i Mr- 1 lint, aiij might claab, In the long mti. ■    ■-■>..... In,,    everything    the    glrl't I MW tha* rake, j taiVHKin, aa'iuliel atiwel b] err au u tua waa in ^f, and the and Mre 'incwertaliontj boeuty la beyijL'tcrmr’OiL lo dimen on,'hell evcnin* vi.ii    I'    »i..- ".•lie aiim.rd 11 a golden rroae, aet with •even emeralds. Wu,i.a> laabe* wore on her neck. It waa of lueht, deii^au iextnrc,aiid W» .usi>ciuledlmu^tb'V¿^^tgr>:‘| .hatn. "la 11 not pretij anawtr .. f.-ahcL “It wa. given ' e b* mv ilenr Mi...ita« l»il be ■ irtieli. 'l .' »>•, 1 will taken off foryou. „ wsJii oil gmat occwtonA' The Fogr.l: luut .„i ft-.f at a grand -Wt.^n to the "V ' <t -irl. She ‘I with the .I .lory he la writing Ikom month '.o mouth in ^ 1 f'dt- i the .tbutlr M mlhlv Hire an 1 f- w wii« LeViaiir, make up to her. He lancbe h isTTj all hi fine him, where w.'inen are I ' parsgraphe from hia fertile hcem. iBlhe Delis»be does, olten, was I he quiet reply. ■ "I hate the Ml..w' H ■. Ihinka a i mm-h ceml-er cUpter of Minse’I with'.da qurled hslr. and hie-hln-' "It. waie cl ili» women win. cwnuci nuu ing tc. tti,and hUwh'tc hami. end h»'. a» fi^c utltmnec for all beraicf ’j iencrofe. iji,, j,*.q; hcanbSi ,sn . w 1 wsa thathashtd vliber -i '■ .r lr >r eong' i*" ’ong m ' wi. .    -l-b<rrw.    - uji huslres" a'.i.iit-Mlfi Charts! I»»''    ¡man cun tall, there is ..othlug .be i a oion    ,.| Whn’f to know i Li-visim alljiped out bear, ll ah' cannot b >e a ■- t.>    i    r    I    »I,. ■ . Hr t- i    ,3a,    ic.,    ti.<    .•    -...V... -InVs ,W. ♦ «V ird ií^' '.M    i    HT    Three    hu’ ^ ^ tu ri:oc:T'‘il m MAIL ITEMtJ. At I La .J ifieti urkAniii ' u 1} rt~ f.iU we eTili Utinlrwi    d Rouae    AOI' r '6uU ÜÍ tkc tv.L '    Hi ti.U I ll is liiit s ÍMf- Um i*ai>U‘. cbet*lu oi>r»o»iu to Llai. li frMt áiaii url^hl to 4»Jc U|rb r^4 ;*HU\ce»* aiU of the bi>\ueho'«d    I I L'iid Nionul I^rTrnl. U A»ld bU I fitiMe verc lLO««: út iLe head. tlmi « belter r m< r« u*u* indrli n«*vt*r biut ibeir joy tkal their I 6« »Ke(|^ ''Vl^fcf thflr    old    bhonld    provxlft; Aad blr mother t •oc4 gr«*«t^ blvcAraeoíyore, Tit \t* •• k I: :iic k»d 'wi JTk ^kbtud ih# door. He ‘YH, opf hv opt, f-rorhur^ going fir iwtr, E*ih t-,. • ;:on« «f«k in hi*> chotten wny; ww‘Lg.1 oiid \*eJd’ngA in the ^ortroom pa«l TL. e^pf    wa<    ir Ai»^l k« l*ft    the    .m- of the d«i. td.. h^FT-himeitlf ti.**n t biab n« »««    ng    ^»n    la    the    d«    l, Tb# nrjdf *id the b«Tf »c»li.c »nd itckle to ■•told. hi*    Awoked wjddOd.^ la    hU wide , va*-ch*lr. ft'h.1»11" “ in 1 ni.da wrnaths of hi. .llvar hrtr— luman Icr-n and thore wss much of tiath to auyihing like Ita valac, though tbe Tatter f«!t. as yon may liuatlue. la not jauent to the world. Whan 1 bought it a liargaiu, algbltvn year» ego, you wore the lawyer on the otliaralde, 1 remember” "Mt father," imlled'Ir Cerlylc, T was a child at the tun a" "Uf course. I ought to have aald yonr .    ,    I.    ,    ,    „    a    ,    7    .lalher.    By    aelUng    Eatl Lynue, a fsW thou- In thla. It h«l ^n weU for him ha., ae , „iu come into my hande. aftisr claims livad a-.H di~l oUli. ttlii...., V’—.    •-■    ...... on* by my blher "Ixnow. Tha pruceedt of lawyering alto." “Not altogether. My mother brought a fortune on her inarriage. and It en«M«d my (kther to speculate succeaafhlly. I hare baau looking oni tor an eligible property to Inveai my money upon, ai d Kmi I.juue will auit me well, provldvi I can have the reluaal ol ii, .sudwe (¡^n kyreeabi'tt! lerma.” ... t.nrd Mount ieftm muaed for a few mo- Í At tha cocelu«iou of di« chi. enl* heirre he t] "ke. ".Mr, Carlyle,” he tered tha room with a winu  ------ »    ,    '    tie plarlug i! over the at yoitiig lady, »a aho aaid Ü Waltiok. T-td)- litbel adTincid to t* night, ms lov«i’*7,'' drawing    J’fei»»* aw eel lace. ‘Tell Mr. yat^ you kept out till m,.i-ninr lull a child yet Mr. Carlylm I am deoarrtó from aeeing Ihi ^^U*yonf^'irdahlp will allK in. but hrarf M .h. m.,,    u,.    ™ ^’fl,“f,j!"«lllíhTíi¡ílh,’hÍá to! 11“ ‘.I I''liC ‘ tiii l7ottcr or ware known abroad that F.iat Ltune la gulug from me. I thould have a Jiiiige Vanc7h7v Uoniiaiircan^ hTm:';L'd I    »■' du..tiloua and ainadr. Lad kei'V tus term* lu! mi.isf t,i j an i.he lew; ” »*'d atudi^i late ap'l early. The ,,.uj. if ii w*i aobs r appUvatloD of WiUuun Yaiie had been i.,nna oniuc • bvworil itu ihs euihry o banutere arotutd. Judge Vaiic thcv liunióally called him. aud n, dia.utaed of prwotii* Do yon compre-1 re. iirovt Insfleelual.y to allure him away    f“ to ÍÍHeneaa aud plea»ure. But young Yaua i‘Parf»ct’y,'' repUad Mr. Carlyle. —to..I.— —J    '------V--    t    ecould    aa    aoon yon bought It Many one elee, »a you aay, we can agra. about tWTLIi. "Wbal doea your iordahip expect for It— waa amhtiiuoe. and he knew that a¡K>n hia own ttients and exertiana must depend Ua riiing in the world. He w». of eicelleui fkmlly, but p'or, connti'ig a relative In the ran :.i ,- U» sf *aa.u couid be rpereit rrom th.t ■ n)' . To-    ■    ihid,«■ eschnookmekiL '■•Yi . . B/ e‘.e»iliiii,e**, Hirtfi. .XD'l her own beart’a 10.“ iijhi Ties 11- rj..ib«t had reel, and weald .loletly lit, ,'oe.Mg    .-«dl. th« whUf tUt .tie knit; “rfr me e. b:w of fcst Uu- danei-ii o*»r tha lonv le • -■, "tm i-f iitk, tick, babiad the dtmr 'lai- y 11.,1 date. .¡i toofliettoUj tad few. fe» rh. w .lit. ot feet to great odh grew. !rou>' If, « eo away where thvj btarii nivat fnri. lbs i.- 0,1 cic MOtu behind tbe doo' 3' J h»r "i uioiOM in good time w> e borue ¿ ' tscr li--. 5 c ..1 s.- .Ik. eueaf. of rl¡,e mru. . »    1. li ijTisl of hi. heart wae at reel - H,u • •.«!,.,    1J the land ol lb. bkei. y*‘ ;    .. fWi 1.1 »A to.Tcied hia ' .revtrmorw, pj lb* I to-. i>f ttku old vl,<k tmbind lb. Ceo.*. • tot,.'1 I, Swl and taughr U’.w t. ihwe. ■)v ..1...,; Tivi . 'Ui ¿    a;« «id-.rm-chalr— '•'■!^,.* i; ■ • ■ pi it- ii. thto «an'Ied Boor, Jvzr- and r.reaiu' ua- ui. fait of .v-r», w'.i .■ a» , rty ci>. u,r, h*« ,!i»frrm to meat lio .1 to- •/ I e. r.hi frience of bia youth be • .a-    'I-1 , f-'her-    , • 1. 0 f. rlca art i_»arur*d nomore By ih» . '-It. I toe cli tiiv k behind the door. 1 iiH'K Yiir. taiE ■ ■' !).i . lb», rioi: I It all b-if'.re a gian- e from the" I no 1 mr ny hrart t< doth Utv wind To. i.!iiuib«rof tha » •»; I ki.ew. Otofor.' lh> pnei 'iee made •M ibl« fair .lie a jieri. Arfdlb't oisn. • y ir had baen 1 be Iri.i uf’tby heart. •le'W «trova to cbe»k a love toCipe sM and so hrigbf, to.*' rr U» : ''eii .lit ID. arhooi bo' . I :r-.‘. .. «'.-eri.»! Bight-Í.0 lOABcii 1- i.imea mere caji* a mongbt * v.r ; war wronging ih“e. i.rr. 10» lb. itir myn.if, > . Mfc to 1U». I tor . V - told o Heal a . vok. Or 1 .1'.ght . f thine. fi"m hiui. i ... ...I nri! tor rse worid n*v. ke.a it- V. r.hiped iiph! gr.iw dim '. .. . • i. -ici.u...tUf-e know -ir"..    ■ 1-. ! BtoVer did' 7s ,1 a n.y Iwar' I mireed fur tbM a JVC ui.i. 'ove firnld li-cini; wl.hw»' bop. lloved, roo -ilc-.| !o tblna bow fa.t 'hr boir wa. .reiUug on m. when 1 •».»< awake itl* pa.f ''m ten I w.« mine Í ka»» It .11— And ytt.da.plte tbls pa'oi a, t bav. Iced. 1 dare sot uy t, J .< „(,i ;,iT. again. « « .    ri; adne w.U eoon ran.w rryube. ka naif pi-iiebe-l h«eUb. u ... f .n',. Cod blc*. hlo.1 pr.jod .bare. .' .V iMrt'. l.'Ug troMurid wcltb 1 h-; k th.t hear, thee from ih« North, 'I it-i .alt.M. for rbe eta. ’> iWlrig on tti.mlily main -||,od by to that asd thee TBE OLD HBFKinr. -Ug lit (txiord ; and th. young Temple Hu Ctot, tVUli m Yari.c, fiddenly found Dim e If Fr' I'f 'liiunt Siveri’.. and the iawlul poeeesai.r o! elrtv thouasnd poundi a ye*r. ilk) flrti idea waa that h« ahoold nevar know how to spsnd the money tha'iucha anm, viar by yoat, bonid wH be apimt. li w.\a a w-.jnder Ilia; hia head wee uot turned by vlhlatlro r.t rfc, .-mart, f jt he waeruurted, flsUerwd »r 1 cereseed by .11 < Isaiea. (rom a K'jal Puke downward. He l.eoauie tbe ooel e.tkraeiive man cd' hU div, the Hon lu soi.iviy; f.r, Indcpend.-nl of Ula newlv-s. qaired •ve.lth and tille, h. was of distin-gutibcd ap .eareuiceaud ívclnalicgmiuner». Bal. unfjrtunaiely, ihepriideuce wnlch bai eu.Ulu'd WlKia.n Vane, the juror law am d-ci In his FoU .r. Te.tiple chunber.!. an t 'nl» foui ' k Wlt l.u* ”»iie, IB', young Ear! of M I'lnt Scerr. and be coutineuced bit eartor on a ‘cale uf siloed #<i great, that all atald pocj'ie oaid ibat he ww- gulug to ruin and the .¡enre ncadli.rig. But a rieer of tha roaiic, and ona wboae rent-r. ¡1 is tUiy thouaand per annum, doi-s , -odi : ■) in u fri a day. There eat the earl In his b’.ra y now, in nis nine aad fortieth year, aul ruin had rot ..'me yef—'.hat is It ind not y.t overwhelmef him. But the cm'j.riWífineDr» wh!'’.‘! had i lung to h!io, ard Ireea Ibc deetntciloii ol Ms tranquility, the bine >-f uts calsloncc. whuihalldr«cril,e them * Ttie p'thlic kuew them pref,, wv II, 'mí priv»tr friende batter,hia crcditoni beet, ■lUt mine, eat * blmat if, knew, or could ever know, the worryiin: luitutnt that waa bla I'ortiou; wcl nigh driving him to dulrac-liuu. Yt^nr ago, IJ dint of lookiog Ihinr* al'tadily In the f*-.'e, and by icoucmizitiLr, he inighl rave rcirteveJ ble poeHlou ; but he bad doui what most jioojde will do lu such caeee—|,u off the evil day sinr die. and a rue on :u. res li g Ml eiigrinous lint of debta. The hour cl tapueurc iu.d lain was now advancing .a! Pe. tiaji* the i-arl tiiinl< II was ibUikiug lo. aa be aat ih re before an ominous miaa ..f inpent which etrcwed the library lable. flu ib'iught* were hactsin the p.iat. That w,f a f'roli.h taarrivge ol hi., Ibat Hretiu Green match Inc. f lol.rh »o far aa prudence went, l.nt thi touoies. had bwm an atfec,c wife W Um, had liorne with hi. fol-be* and hU n«igiect. Lad bean a.i admirahle mother to ihelr only child. Ouechlld alona bail been tbetre. and to her tiilnicUi year tbe onuDleae had died If they had but been bleaatwl with a ton—iha earl groamici over th. 1 .ng-.ootinned dlaappirintment atlU—ha might toan hava *e«n a way out of hia dUD Icolliea. The boy. aa aoun m hr wu of age. would have joined with him lu cuiting off .the ealall. ird- My loti, ■ aald a p-rT.vnt, entering tha r. Urlyle, ■ And tbat'a uot lie value ' returned the eari. "iheM forced Mie* never do fotih their nlua.” answered ll'e plain-*i>iAklig lawyer. I Itad thought, aun thla hint was given I r'Mrm'and Interrupting the enrl'. i astlas In I Orten " 'e plain-*]'. _ ttfl thla l._.    _ „ me by Bc&uJiamp, that Ertst Lynne waa act tied 0'S TOUT lordihip « daughter.” "Tbeie’* nr.hlng «tiled on her." rtjolned the carl, tbe contraction oi, bla brow stand- i.ig out more I'laiuly. “That comte of tout thougbtles. ruuaw» luarrlagrt I lell in love with General C'-ewav'a Jaughlcr, and she ran away with me, llLa a fo.jl: that Is. we were bi..D lo.rla logrcher for our piius. The geueial objected to me i and said i »'.w uij wildou'tos oefore be would five u.e Mary i I toe* her lu Gietna Grecn. and .DC became Ciuuica ol Mount Siiveni, wlthuut a tcltltmam. It w.,a an unfiirtu-n&U alfsir, -vaklag une thtug with auolh .r. M'hcu her clopemaat waa luads knuwu to the central, It krlltd him.” "Killed him I” lutcrpipted Mr. Carlyle It m-'. Ue hn <li»ciL.e of the h. art, and ihi exclletiieui brough! on the ci s a. My poor wite never w.* h«p]'y from that hour: she blamed hcraell !■ r her Ulher’t .l.oth, au'l I t.eli'Te It led tu her own. khn win ill f r yi-ars; the doctors called It c .rsuntp ti u , but It was more like a wsatiug InM'ii-tiblv away, aud I'onsumptlon never l..«l be. u In iter family. N'u luck ever attcuda lun-awajt niarr'ia’geB . I hsve uoticed it fii.ce, in many, many inrtancee: sumethtiig I ad 1* lure to turn up truu, it.'' "There might have l>eni a aettlement ev-teuied after the marriage,” observed -Mr, tarlyle. for the earl bad stopped, and leeined loet m Ihought. “I know there might ■ but turr» waa mt. My wife had I'cwf-eaed no f.' unv; I was already deep in my career of i iL.-wcagan-and neither ol ua thought of luaklug pro-v.sion for our future chTdrcri: or. If we tho-jght of 1: we did not do it. There is an oldsjyiug Mr. Carlyle, that what may hs done at any lime, ia never done” .Mr. Carly'ie boWto'd * S.> luy child la j.urtionleM. tvaanied tbe ear., with a stij.preMedaign. "The thought, that It may be an embarnsilng thiug fur her. were I to die before ihe la settled lu lite, ercMCa my mind when 1 am in a serious mood. That she wjl marry well, there .1 ii.l'.; doubt, fur ah'- iioaseas « beauty In a rare degree, and baa Ueeu reared a* au Ku-gi:*h girl itoold be, not to (rlvoUty and fop-jitry 8ha wm trained by her mether l^who, save fur the ma.! act she waa jievsusdea Into by me, waa all g'lOdueaaand reflnemeiitifur the flr»t tweive y<art of her life, and since thei. by an almlrable govimcis. No fear that ihe will be decamping to Grctn.i Tsabef will i»rdon tha at^ little nsed to wait upon yomZs I D« prond to see her to her cati^-e," wu the I eomewhat confuted aniwer ot^i. Carlyle, n te touched th* beU. The earl thanked him, the yoDng lady •mlJnd, and Mr. Carlyle ognducted her down the broad ligtted ttalrcate, and stood bareheaded by the door of the lozarlons chariot, and banded her In. She put ont her band In her fraek, nleaaani manucr, M she wlihcil him good night. The carriage rolled on Ita wiy, and Mr Carlyle returned lo the earl. "Weil, it ihe not a haudaome girl *” he demanded. "Uacdaou,» I» not the word lor beiuty such .a btr.,” wa* Mr. Carlyk'» re]'y, tu a low, warm tone. “I never aaw a face haif *o beaitUfuL'' “Sb* cauie.i quite a ícueatlc n at tbe Drawing-room liai week—aa I hear, Thla ever-iMllng gout ksj'l me la-doora all 'lay. And she is as good u she if beautifuL” The saH was not partial. Lady liaual was aendrou.lj gifted by nature, not only lu niludacd i>er*ou but m heart. She wa.u lit-llo h kw a fastil m ■ *>la 5 ou ug laJ j aa It w as well poulMe to be, puily i-e 'au.e the bad hltb-' rto'oen srtiluded’froni ili'< great world, par.' from the cue beatoWfl upon her tralnl, • . Dnriug tbe lifetime of hcruiolcer, .he Ll Uvfd ccci.1' nally .it lUil Lynne, but tatoW. y at a largir »tiat of the earl's ic \Val*s, it unt S'lvem: sinca her mother'* deaib. .tek'wt reinalred e-.tirely ,i, M- uni .Wvv«ri', unde he i-i.argr of a Jndiciou» gov to-mca*. a very «mall ea .el..hruei t being k-pt upf r them, aud Iba earl l>aying them Imi'romiln and flying v.aita (lenerouaand beuevolent she was. timi.l and aeuaitlve to a ■lerree, gentle and eonalderate to all. Do Uot c.-' •’ ber 'oelng thna ¡iralMd admira and lova ncr wltiia; you may, aha la worthy of It DOW, in ter Unucen; girlhood; the time will when such praise would be inl.plactd. Could 'be late mat wasto ovar-uki hli child have lieen lor> seen by the earl he w mil have STiicIt be: down to daitb. in bla h ve, .v* she ili«)d before him, rather than >uff«r her to enter U]ion it. II. the Mr, 'a gcBiieiuau I' asking to >ee you.'t Who''■ I lied ihto i,>rl sharply uq, j cclving the ard the man wa* bri^«i[y, \'p ' auku'iwti penou, aUbough '.e*rttig the ix-tsm^i ol a fj.-eigu    ,.yp, idi^tted uucercm";„,6uilT to the of Urd Moum_    Team    of    duna    had ««Tanta caution. ‘HD 1, my ]ofj j; j, jj, at V asMa g ; JY "laold «•**'., Aba.t l antiaai.y^tfBia WvMi a ■joth'u » ai(i_,e anooe-agwl ma '.pea ce* lap U> eilmb K« lat. I «• «s. at sha aat a ; l- a'-,^1 Ic .k whtii .be aai.'.ad. A. 'o toVVvtal tsar In bar *w»« Mbs ays, * ■' * M» liliw! Bar darllBg rh‘'.i1. . - ' - :y tsai'ivl Cr* l'l*. "'Dt'' ; ■ - .. lu day. g a. Vy, fh'toi - moth.' * praysr bai eaua*d i Mar 'a,; ' '.Ui It uij «ye , IJ» (S'».» I'T* lito.r'l h.r f. orlu long-V ' ■ t' aci laipr*».!»» lay: .'a .t'.g US ll Bauy a tlma s»t v Iba went aisaj. I ii'DV by >h* Ml kr.tiile. Ic iny motB' r . 014 aro-chali R»» u .ay. upon my knt» I 'i* ".•ur.oiou rf my '•la .lu't <>*r .pin «iiv«. 1 ar thi. tpot For I laal at I a*«d m fsa s rwB I apalt by b*i aids aha klaa«d my -;-*»a. •'Ve.ii tSa pM.vad hw a« 'Aildree's wa*] ■I iiKItu by Iha Old flisall*. V»«» trit I «1-VW :dt rrftfu . '• S'fV I't't lasruail lo tp Ibat aaaa • Issl lo Ks lu Csill' vf aiiiaai ;«t, I'Ai ss. lid B.m* i ; '.ti*i1.s '1:11 ll. ■' f'.'g', -t' i ■•••' f ',(1 i<v"k -n;    vas.s ' • ►'« 101rtiM. 4«s. *nai a i> •■a' ma-li. wd',.» lovely fwe* ir rtmn 'jirrr mti ft'im Ih* Giaeu, Ill'll ■' .*«1" MI'I I" «IV s-ol'C to«<A ou. la bar war If*, .tl.'r Ai.ns dviiahllk (irll if rus*., i< stir of I" ar! > . .»• .Ill a 7 UIB liilr, I;. I'-.a SI' :i.'x air HiwlAci- •<M • h$’é • *') b I 1 .«tiivr iMi^r *li]« I tr' Uv > AtlT.M h f » AI . • ' ^    4'    i- f-r Hli .',w *Vi    1 * >h I y    . AL F 'j *    «/    Í»- !m^ ftvn' i    u«    f •    •'»<*    U    Í    'tftti't. 4ttil ti ■    '    *•    Mf    Í.    I Anii r -'    -U*> »i»ti    « • u . tnr th** $jT 7 iijrQi»4, i>u. k «7*4 K T«l t * « >•'{ » igfi'ido f    d4ii    t    po«t ¡h-tu tt*!' It-    '!»•    aUint, ■ a I tr»l#i . sit, k*’,», 'if \V. at Lynue.'' ' ‘ “.Mr, CSi-lyl». of West Lynne." groaned I 111* eari, whose foot jrat lio n bad aa awful iw' -gi; "What does he want? Show him I a IV icryan! did u be waa bid, and intro-: du> d Mr. Cirlyle. L «ok at tbe Tialtor wall , rea/if r, 'or he will play hii part In lh:a hia-' tory. 11.1 wa. a very tall mao uf sevcw ard-tweuty, of remarkably noble (irraeucr. H* WM fomewbM given to stooping his hta 1 '.(heo hj ipuke to any oca shorter tiiio him .cl.; It Wa* a psr'uliar habit, almost to be ailltdaboivlng Uahll, and blifalhsr bad p • ie«.-'d It brljr* him: when told of 11, L winl-t laus'b. and aay be wi* uncmiei'mai'r d.jing I'.. Ill* features were good, hi. . om ¡d'Xitoinwts t a'c aad ciset,Ua hair dart, Itad hi. f'lll ejellila droniHit over hi* deep gray eye* AU"getbrr,lt wu arijuniacanie that both men and woiuan Ukcd to look U]wn. tha Index of aa honnr.ule, alooert Datora. not taa. It would bays he«ii called ' a baiula«:oa lac*, ao u.uch ay a plnulug ami , dlatingulali'd oo'i. Th.mgh but Iba son "f I a flonntry lawyer, and detUasd lo ba a Isw-; yu hlnis' If, he had receivad the iralnlnr il I a gentleman had been eduaated at Rugby, and takao bla degree at Oxl ird. He ad-lewneadat "oce to iba •wrl le tbsytralgbt I forward way ol a man of t'uiliiaaa—of amati I who iiu I "III* on bnalm u '‘M' Carlyl*,” aald the latMr, bolding oui I hi* hMd- be wu alway* duui.d tue meat; ¡ at the d' i ir.r>la l«Mr id the age-' I .u kappy lo »o« y" I T"'i prr »lve I •iiiiu)' ri.s . at Daat «ItboDt g'aat paiu uiiJ loti'uvevl'0' < . ruy I an*ui; '.bi g"ut. list |eia."Ui<'n of wa ' iq,alu.' Ttke a seat Am you *ta]lng lu . wn*" I 'I hav* ¡U*; arn.*d itoin H»tt Lynn» I Tbeeblaf t.bjeel o| wiy Journay au to I'M jyniir n id'blp '' i 'What e.111 ll" I'w you*' ukad the aail, I unaaally fiir a tuapIcK n now cruMad hii liuiad iLat Mr. Cailjii w gbi be acting tor «'in* oil. ol Ula iruuul a .lue oredllurs. I Ml. Carlyls drew hi* lualr oaaiar tu Uie e'd *]i k* lu 1 I'lW lotir 111' A rumor cama lu wj lara, iiiy lord, that iMatLyuut wu m uii .iiaikai." "A :a'>f»et.t, *lr, ’ at lallnad tba »t> i. with r- I 'i.. O' I I" 111 lisuie’ir in bu iiio'. loi kia .uajiici a. e rr gaining giuuuj . ere I    i.'fiicia''tenllaiij ’."g'tl'r, -a I ' I, ..or ' ’ I. I'.c'.' a'ln.flMiuf I'U vaaNii .' • I I'o ti'il ui'leiiiaiid yi'U," sail .Mr I ai-lyl " ‘lu a «"d- »y' U." I'lV (peahl g t/Ulnl), '.UI 1 iiiiia' f. ei my ginuu.l--ar. }"ii u*rr im tha (.er' 'll a-jiiii uf uiy roiMlij «red.l ra. t« ' li.iii '■ *riy b'-'k ilierwiia ! il K-i''M'a.l'iii i "3..C WS* I very lortly chIM," obyerved the lawyer, "t icuieni'jér that ” ".\y ; you have *r:«u bir at East Lynns, tn her mother'a lifetime. Hut, tu reiuin to biuinejs. If you beicumc the purcUaaer of th* Elat Lynu* ijeuile, Mr. Carlyle, It must be. uuder tbe ruse. The m -ncy tuat it brings, after paying off tbe mortgage», 1 mu*t have, as I tell vou, for my private u*e, aad you know 1 ahould not ou able to touch a farth lug >>( It, if the couf'iuadrd ] ubilc gji sn tukliiig of the tranilcr. In llir tyrs of iL') W'irld, tbe prui rletor of Ea»t Lynne meat slUl be Lord .M .uut Bevem—at lea*t for ao.'iie Utllc time afterward. Perliapa you • ill notobjici totbau" Mr. Carlyle coualdered before replying, and thuu the couverasilon waa rrinuisd, wticn It was liecidcd that hr ahouldaec IVar-burlon aud TYaie the Urat thing Intheworu-li.g, and confer with Ihaoi. It wu growing lavs when h*: roe* to leave.” ' Slay aid dine with me,” aaldth* earl. Mr. Cirlyle heallaied, and looked down a' hi. dn.s. ]lalB, gentlemanly mi'nilo'^ atUre, hut oi-rtolnly not dluncr ooatume fcr a Lieer'a tablii. *-<Jb, lhal'i nothing,” uld the earl, "wa ihaj b* quite aloue, ei'sjit my daugbier. Mr* Vaue, ol Cull* .Marling, I* *UyUig with ua, .be cams up u> preeent my ctuU ai th* rat Drswlognow, hut I think I 111 ard S' mcthlDg shout bar dining out ‘.o-day. If DI-L we will have It by uurselve* here. Oblige me by touching die b«ll, Mr Carlyle, and art ths troubi* down to th* ec'irtoi luy uufurtuaate (out” Th* lervaiit enierM. "Inqolr* whether Mr*. Vans illne* at bo’iia,” said Ih* carl “.Mi*. V aur nine, out, i.iv lord,” »u th* mail'* ImuedtiUi reply Tha eariiags la h' d'l.T i)"W waiting lo taka bar ' Very well. Mr Carlyl* reiiiaint.” Ataiireo Uick th<:dinner wuanuonnrwd, aud till- nil aLt.lul lii'i. lb" adjidulnc ri.'.ii, >1 i.c aad Mr. t arlyl* rnlerid It j' oas door, SOW* one «.** oaiiic In ny t'.i': op p.>»li*"De. Wh.i—what- wu ll? Mr. i.:ar lyl* lui'ked, not quit* aura that It wu a i u man being b* almost 'bought It mere bar an V f *1. A iigiil, grwasful, girlUL lorm, a tar* oi !.r,<a*.iug br«ul), 'vauty that la rarely sesii, sa>* Iruui lUu Imagluatl'ju ol a ,«int*' dara .Dicing curia lallliig I'li h.r neck an siK'Uliler* amo'ilh u a cLidd'*, (air dalltoSts jaiiiii ..•'•iralc'l with pearl* and a flowing I <u> ■h'lli I ■ . M.'i ■ . • ' I to «•,!' «•Dr, ' " '*> ihM Ilkwfiii *•» •'f*»«rytto. I'l 1 "ally wbil* I*AU"gath*r lb. .1.1' .. Xd luilvcd look t" till Itowvar a* ft i.i Biaimr wmlto. ibau iD a 'Mv daiigbur, Mr Caily.*. the Ul.*l. I u.t ii'ok ll'vlr *iwu a. Ih* ubi* I.‘ "I M"ui'l iwVicit a: lU D.hI, lu a, :l« of lo* gout and bla fi.icalo'I, and Ibv )"iit>g la! d Mr Carilla "pifilU' anb 'illi'r M C>' iyi* Imd nut ilw insd blm.tlf a pat .' a iiiiiar u( woiuati'i '', ' ul tli" • v .liuai- I .sllli'a. of lb* Y"i''ig g r; ' »P " I) L.» .'iiMsal ' wa. I. '■ « ' III" pumi’ ihlii'i.ia'l III'111', ol 111',!.'*' I fjS) W'llll'l l."t g.I * ' ■ Ml 1 • 1' ' n'.'.*f' S 111» Ii»lt"r, '1 ahii ild balH' tpV'ls ' I •• nia'".I'.rtl'ls ... *<iii ii J k.iuW h«: a . "*rgiU rstni f ' ["••"•to leg but .as r. ' in. on Ihs*" . >f b'W". t"1t yotaoA sev.wij auips't 1 Ihe -I l>* ktUly s..* *.> p.aoaUgp M' wi V taderudul VWA toward ynt. I M««r ' Bmib h«r, *M h* he* .1 1' Sp- t' f! difJ long nieui'.raii' c tue * IS liiurltecjrars Hu.- c ur’. lUtcrleft Ibla “■ 'd T'ani I'ld then—she i* nfie» ’ nav* grown older siiic •" but she has U"»*' '■ - -■ ■' 1,1 if God *1 of the ete iiiailc like au eel, and th.* women I lii.u n to her w :c ml Pa. no muiinil niier protested he was mirc atnned against than I arce, voral or instrnniental, then—if «ocla .InaiEj. Three-fourtbsof the world bfUeved: of Ih* real womso ant, iid hat a few Ut.rl-dham.’    fula of wild Moiiil lu her, and » 'U bvw ‘one ‘‘.And the went abroad and di-d . and h*r* wrucg-donidebolt tbedoor wbn’u ftie ..~,to , Leviion—here he romea' .And Mount Bev- niav enter oti i o'.el .» »Ilp; irnt mlfnigl''; I did I"T»’’daughter wilh him.”    Uooik bciofc .icu lasU if auv cup I They were appMacbinp at lliat m'lroini, | wh ii draghl thi G-adivw of her hand may : Frnncia l evtnon and Lady iMhel. He was' haw dmrkcU'.J I f tliftoStoiiig bit regret it th;- untoward t»*l- j "Itu; Ul ucr U''., and at" , t all, ':iy, or, dint ol me cr'i» for the fsn.h time that If sn one of th" •• 'I'toi-r -raiacd trpj", night “Ibrlihal It can ne-.-er'»" atoni-d give her tbe run of the rsC Dot •-itileiiic* f r,” whispered he; "that the heartfelt bnin- ”11 the laagn q,";, a id let her blister her li,,* ■ig" '.'f my whole lile would not he suf- wiib them unui »bi 1. Ure i. abe waií!'"]' II 'lent con'tpeneallon.”    I ligs a ).D.:. ifi'-r il, a "I y*'U i > .y lake a ■ up He H'.ke In a tone of thrilling genfle- of coffee from her wltboui eiirrcg It up t.i u as grattlying to the car, nut ilangeron* 10 . look for pa I'vlnneut ibe heart Lady Isabel glaneod up, and • tio, a ihe can alii.-, or p av 011 any i n-"cught hi. rye* flied upon her w'lb ihe tb-il ipstrumeot aP h-r-sl-k'duci. wi;¡ run iwpe-t tendcrneae, a language hers bad' 01? iLrough b<r iDrtwt or tie t • ol h"i .»;( never ye. eiiCOOUlt'rid A vivid bbi.b again ' fliig. ni. How .'<aay Ir re i:.'» And Ihdr "0 her check, and he'i jelid’» tell, and ji' ucifiil citaatro¡'Dt b. lierr- rouladi v and | tbe ro;.'. deed. ■ 0- iitlic eg" rr:i'S ••h . ' f'n! ’> 1» tvpliw 10 ! -■:.ri’:'dv!......  ” ,r -'-¡- r ii' .‘ t*rAcr:pp!.d B wl'mla'. 1 X'sili :r,'J la r.-|ib<' M.i»*'.-Im.cti. Legi-ia'.n ■!": .Iirvver. 1.1 i.ak . who icavethf "Uila IDs' ».. 1 I I'.'v ca-k ■' ri- i a ‘    11    p.i:*    -n    b-ioie stall m lii. -d mo 1 ti. wT« **fti'in ' I'ri to plied, if not Iiidicl- d fir man.iangt'tr van- old vet :    _    .    , f.iunac:- veare    M.thony, -Ih'" .i.-.i.c    ■ . ro‘.!'"r> at the I' ..    .    1    .    '    i    '.bi t riiiiins- c-ourt ■ ti I her 1 :old vrordj died away In liPnce :    “Trtl*»    fATH    t^k«    m\    voiinir É hmhJ -    '    '"J    JbbPg    j-’dv    a».,,,,    1 0I7    , **    murder. to_^.wi’. tans.lH*’'»J> mrnniired the <Wl*n under hi's    “i n tiie a'yr..uiou, J,iyy.b;^6a iias they ]na»ed hint, “t.'iat man la aa'..' i Hnb the air witD taeir 'lai'/ei. ,    ,    '•    I-    high.” ’    >"•“«»•    stroke.    01    .oDud;    tVbst    would our ciril'i^. tojrnocei.y cp Tsabcl, eir.' ‘J ‘bhik he'* a ras.tovl, ' remarked the .-.^1    the    iraao    » Are no' Erard , I krp.w he 1, : ]    ,    t^ing    or    two    the    true    Ua about Lli'i. He would ruin her htatt lor' tTb ‘w'*11 1'    ^    ¡rerciore    do    1    iove in ho'w»a wp’jdoul'lo- 1.^, ; T.I e siieeV ail-Jidy .'eU'íTid that soiiiilllcr L.d jnt -Mil, Vane m:- "f tcmi>e.-. 11 t»riiicly had: * Here, chiA 'ike y: -;r cruoa,” sajd the old lady. “It D very prttly , prelfle» on your neck I’laii dlam indJ wi aid b*. Yon don : want toWwr mind wnat Emma * ly Í’ -v-lB ' '•'« renoiiu of th- expioit, lecma. *he’s n walla of li;tle p.rlora 'r-ii I b'»u?y, and men fling it away broken. Ue' do.rplat.i* on ‘.heir {• voiinc ! Las non* t“ kiv« In return for the gUt" 1 street* auJ cour.i wl •rsov-horae has.” I unknown, and where very ocautlfuL” ■ accordiug to auy true dellultioii ■'( hviug. iTlarefore complain I ntof im ■Icr’idigcu-l"r*cv, even from the ooeu wln.l .w of the Amá‘“‘““J I'roken. He' do.fptat.i on‘their {.irta’a, lt.oi.;n2out on aiaj^.Ud It, waa the cvidem    11^,    ^¡y, m return for the gUt" I street* auJ cour.i iblcU lo know is to be te U qu” ibtiirb^ Ate,    ■    Jusl    a,    muc^ my    and    where to exist h noUo Uve. dered hte unglH-iful even of Mn.'. Vane, j concluded the «..L -She is HI B.iRnAKA HARt.    jainiU unljvoly furui-bon*". tenaiited by Ihe West Lymt" waa aoca, pariicularly L» a town of Bome import- b»r<l-fr» >-«<*    bo-jne Üsvits »‘oi1 lue f In ;.a own *ves, ihougli' fl-Vi^-'vrued wouud of !,r)kcudjwjcc'un- fno Wh in; haUOto mmtli), geu it, iiianaged tu s-.-t hi. tout up; cruai Was broken In two. •'Tberel Now wh'ae £iu’ ' that?” | .uiglsUatt* cried Mrs. LeviS'jn.    -I Isabel (lid not answer: her .^s.'A wa* ve-y lull. .'Vae took the brokou c .s*. nci ilw ij-r* drcj Kcd Ircr», sf:i v .'.'vollj. Jjelp IL “'A’'iy! yon ere never 'ryiiigovera.tnPid ' b. aid tbe , "tOWU' I t'aiuacted ibS'.lai* Di'ü'. Paaalag out at the town, toward the e«*l, vuu ■•ani.' upon aneral detached g'nllcmen'i houses, In ibc vie nl.y ■f which ' '-:i lb ’ Chur h ol Bt. Jndc, which was mure" ralle (In the matter of Its Cl ■; ¿rcgotlon I than Ifie other chur.'hes lianbl - vf'a cross!” ttle.-ed Mia. Vane, hi-j of tVcji Lyun- . For about a mil'.- thcic terrupllbg Cxj'1.iia L'.vitoOto'a cxprtiJlouitol; 1 i.u . wee.- tca:tercj, the <, jUith bt-ing repT.'l v. .laawkasrdu. .    . ' . 1 at tb”: 'totoJOitU'-'ucctDent, close to Y.1U csu Dive it m-cndcd, dear,” Intcr-I to- u»y part of the p's're, ■hall,” "htra tb‘a Justicw met aud «'btch run. b«i:-*'X the ga* UgUu over the cted Ittcir busina*.—for tbe c'umy •¡hbJ ]aveineut, thok.ig v..ta wie.cL.d Lratte itiU rctainod. ihe'e. laat marly    ti ” *'«•''» one; ic í¡'ij.1c»í flf»ier. i1 ' oiyt a nil' 11; 101 r Oil, viu came upon th': bi '.u.ifa. ?s-u e whu u wa.-i lallid Last Lyciic. A» y i u drove £j mg I'J'. ro'.d, y“u m.qlit adniir ■ 11* jrean, uudulilitog pdk , uot 5. you walked, f.irtu iTivi.'Us, Ui iuu;i:g i'.*i.if nneou piaod Mr* Isvl.')-: Lttoy iStohcl cLascd i;»»y IDc :car*, and tU'Ui.iI to CapUiii Lev,son wih a che-rrlul l j"k. "I’.viy .0 uot t urns v'T-T lf, ’ abv good-ualiir dlv sslil “Ihctau!' was** much mine as yours au l, as Mrs. Ljvisoo tiivs, 1 can get It men .it'd."    '    ___________________ She di.eiigigid the up, »r half of tbe ! bum»n I'tiugs and h r lie-dccr, on a day of criH* fr'iin tbe chahi aa she «j'Jke, and aumiii. I’aheat, ro.e In th.vt par >, and a^.-i.t cias).ed the latter ruujd her un:»:    g».io bc'wceu two k-dgci' ..a the right-Eiud ‘Vou will uut go wi'ub ihaMbiu tr!ug "fj rl ic III lUc road, gave you eutrmce t) It, goi-1 cu, and n.'tbiog ' !s( uttered Mr., Uní couodclei! y.'U to i’lc h juae. Itw. • i.i Varic.    U 'sry larg" i cjuf, cociiwrid with ronic ■‘VVhy nr.t •”'«-lunied iialii‘1. ‘ If ]w. nkjcouctry aeaU. O'jt i: na. bul',', in t:ie vlt' scioiuiUy h gh, uhsiruct'il your view. Large, I'Muiiful treca. afl'irdiuga «teller, alike fur l|'-rl(ci ■ 'Ul-'Ur I I th* 'i‘,iii.,' .‘r'.ak b.ii . or ID - ri ■' • >..a "I 'I ' d‘ ic*l* < liw*k. ‘ • ll'* biGirta'il Id lUg Uj .' ii‘.*»iii» .*•11 npfiw. 1. "fiL*. ll . I    Nav*-    m    Ll*    M    «    U 1 t' *'• o tin nut hasp liA beeoa* waadut* hi lUt RROKEN CROS.a lAuiy laabe'.’s conlage eontlnued iu w»v, »ndd«po*lt«d her at th* reaidcnceof .Mra Levisin. Mr*. Lerlion wa* neariy *0 year» of age. and verv severe lu t¡ieech and manner, or, a. Mrs. V^anc «ipress ‘die “crabbed." rtht locked the ininge of lni]>bltl».nce when Isshsl sntered, with her cap I'Uhed all .iwrv.BDit puilidgat htrbU-k aalin gown, f‘jr jdrs. \ aue had kep t her walliug dinu.r, *,:d Isabel was kea; log her from her lea: and that docs noi aprse w:IL the agf 1 with their health or ihcir ‘toemper, “1 fear 1 am la .e," ex- Uimed Lady Isabel, a. aliB ad van ted to .Mn. Lovlton, “but a gen-tlsinin dined with pa;>a to-day, and It mad* ut rather longer at table.” "You aretwenty-flvemlnmei beblud your time," cned the old lady, •Uirplv, “in'1 I want mv tea. Emma, order It In.’ Mra Vane rang the bell aud did a* ah" wa* bid. «be was a Utile woman oi *ix-*ud-tweuty, very plain in tace, but rl-gs'd In Jrare, v.rv au-omptkhed, and ram to her hnger*' onda H«r mother, who was dead, had been Mra. Levlson'* daughter, and her huaban‘1, lUymond Vane, wa* preaumptlvs heir to the earldom of Mount Severn "Won't von laxs that tipps' off. "blld?" <iked M'*’Ltvi«in, who kuew nothing of (he new u*bloG*d name* f.-r such wriiclce, luaatle, icjriioa*, and ml ibo atrlogof tbeui: a: d l.ibi-l threw it “ff and s»l down by ber. 'lb'-tests not made, graiidiiiaiumnisI” exclaimed Mra. Vane, In atiaci cnlci a»Um Uumeut, «* the acrvanls appi arsJ wltli the tray and the allver urn. "You tourcly do not bav a 11 made In the room 1" Where ahould I have it made ?' inqtlired Mr*, tevkon ‘ It Is iucb more eonvsul»nt to have It brought In, ready tiwde.'tvid Mr. Vane, I dislike Ihe rml>ar'aa'd makioglL'' •Indeed'" » u tbe leply of the old lady •ibd gti It slopped over m lUe aam et*. and At cold a* mllkl You alwavi were laxy, F.nim* -tnd given to uae tlioae Frenen word*. I'k rather atlck a printed label on mv fereheod, for my part, '1 *peak French,' and let the world know It that way.” “Wbc uuki-a tea for you lo general?" aaked Mrs. Vane, telegraphlDg a eootemptuons grimace to laaUsT behind nergiandoiother. But the eye* ol Laily laabsl fill timidly, aud a bliuh r'j*e to her eUeekr. «be did U'jt ki 10 appear lu differ from Mrs. Vane, her •enlor, and her lather'* gue*t, but ber mlod revoltod at the bare Ides oflngraulude or ridicule ca*t tu aa aged pareiiL "Harrii'l com>w In and make* It for ms. rsplled Mr* LevUon : 'iy. aud *1M down and Uke. It with me wneu I am aJui.*, Which ia i-relly -ifUu. ’«Vb.4 do you aay to Ibat, Maihuu Eiiuii», you. with your Are ButlOOl?" Juit BA you ptewse, of courar, grand mtniuiv" “Aud there'* th# tea-caddy at your olbow, and the ora’# floaing away, sod if w* ar* to have any tea to-night, li had better l># mads." 1"! dua't knowhow uiacbtoputln,”gruui '[*d Mr* Vaof, who h<d the wreats*! hurtur d sailing htr lubd. or h.r ilovaa. who, lo ihu'i. had a particular auJpetby tu doing B'lyiUlBg utsfu!. "Sl'.d I moke It, dear Mr*. I.e»i*#n'''**Id 1. i'..l, rUiiik wil l a acrlly. "Í had luad to inakr it'Pilu- *» I>rv*n a* i-iv g.,»sr'la* at M'luntSe-. sru, and 1 ln*k# It l-ir p*]-* "Do, child," rap.lod Ibe old l*dy. "Tou ars wtiiili lau ol bar." Uabal Uitgbed mat rUy, drew off bar gU'vsa, and aat d’jwn to th* iMIs: and at t'lat luv-maut a young and elrg.ul uiuh : 'unf*d Into th'- rouiu 11'- Was daaui'-d bs'oi. ."S,wlih HI* clearly "Ut f. .fus., nla d*'k lys*. hit "a."ii lialr. aud b* wlilt.- Mwtli bul t- 1 .""11 tbnae fatuir*" ha-1 not so at ra. ilfs f »ri"i*|oii, and iba 'I'lik ey»» ba.1 a gr"*l kn* k of looking aw y nils d - sikD a to v.'U ll wa* 1 rtuicla, Captali: I 'vU u H- WM gftnda "!i i" .i .'oU a.!' roj pr»‘ I'lU.iii to .Mr*. Vaua, I w tun |M.i<idlngluu.« iisr«'Uiiiiie*ai'd*i ■» il, I I* a '1 111 lor,11, Ir» II «" W"H S" • pp'll Ij u'OU tiltil Iic.r* r.‘ *ai«. an.i iu a,-:.'» ' liMili'M 01 llJ'ir I *«1 "f h».‘i« Ml" W"iM uouilttil M'u, alol •" PI) I'll morslhloi- lor. l!n iiP I a «w . gr«", •« «I radibnft, and 1 wm kn.iwn Uitt u* w*», lit WH ill* pr-aniiipiirc h'It Pi lb* old and r.'li Hlr I'- P r Lev,. I'h" t". I'll' 1. I' l.nii'.n L.iiy 1». a-’kim* Glgt'i iU ibir .d'i» .. i. *' I 1.” a-a e.j i'l J : 111 His w* I» ■: I wotlu, Mcit.e j *I '.ll .11 "■ ID* ■ I ¿ ll to-*' -tort "p"' P"r Pyl"*y - rigii'ia >' n Si’Wi'g-- -alraiig-iht' .i.t.huiiid m.k- lb* -MiqiMliiian** --r lAotatpe oMU 111 '.A* aa«* flay, alBuei Ui bsy any.ho q. 1 can 1 it tncin s'l act-li.i.'jn-ui'l t-. Ui* cr-'»* " .Ml. Viii" 1 Ufto' i.i:,'' liiigi- f in-'iklng ridicu's. "If l-rop! s.y ai.ytbiogace re-poaleil, in a toje m-c.irding witu the laugu. -‘They ar* not likely to‘*.,y,’ but th y wil! liscm I. ird M-’in.t Brvern'* dangbter short ol Jewelry." Isa'jel smiled, an-l shook ber h<!iul. "Ihey saw my diamonoa at the Hrawlng-riKini." ‘ If you htoil doi'.e flcii au awkward Ibivg forme, Fr.iicl! L'vi-.m,” bun-t f-irlh tbe old liilv, "ii.v d.). r* thould luvcbc'n cioiM ag'-di»t yon lor* month. There! if you are to go, Lmiiia, you hiol better g 1. dinciug oil 111 begin sn I n'g't' IB!"'til •jui '.I i't' tohsio-u bow tor., day. " “Whec Georg* the "niird dined at one o’clock upon Imilcd mut'on and inrnlp*," put in the graccleas ceptalo. who certainly beld I ia graudmotfair tu no greater revtr-tuce than did Mi* Van.. 11; turned to lexbel as he .iido-, t ' hvnd tlylis wa* abiie t il n-tii'irk.Pli' ibcrifuj, &ruigctb»r a d .ir: l.i -e t.» lu ik ui>on. B-.‘iwceu I'ji- gi iito-in'n'a bju«*í inci-It -ned uni E i.-it I.yunt , the mile of roa-l ws* very aollury, much o'erahad jwed by trees. Due house alone tUKid tlier'-, and ulwua uboiU ibrae .luancrs of a lulli bcfur» you eamo PI E-i*'. l.jmc, and full a quiitcr of a mile after you hial paised.ihc n.inses. li vas on the left baud aide, a squvrc ugl,' red brii k h -ii*c. wtlh a wca.hertoii.'k ob the to]', «l-1'i ;iug s.iiU'- !!i:ic Jisuncc froo. the ■V llvt lawn rx"“idcit before 1:, u’toil close to Ibc I'S'iUD'. will: b dtvmed ll Ifo-o I'jc road, wat- .1 grove of trees, ioiut yxrds in depth. , at !cr;o’.lo(k a! ¡ The'.¡iw « .la -livid'd ?.y a n.irrow uild'l!' M go *1 icvtn; I gniV'-! } I'b, to wLb *i j-„u galnril acie«a her dowm aUirs Thns ah* was condui‘i»d I p-operty by a ttrang.-r Mr*. Vane got down by Ler bight into I from the r-i.. ' y a u irrow iron grwt», and which toia J‘>D lo til. rusli' portico ol li.e house. Vou entered upon a bir,re fliggrd ball, with a room on tnr. r band, and the at.lrcise'. a wid* one, la.lug you; by tbe side “f the ital'caae yon paoned cu to the aervanl.' ;ip*ftm"uU acd olll: es. 'fhia 1 :ac9 wsa c-iiled Ihe Gro'c, sod was 'be ll reeidehce of KIciiard Hire, hrh.rcarria'je'.he aecoud üme ttun ntgbt I tsquire; 1 ...nmonly called Mr Justice Har-, itoto. I The room lo the left band, as you '.ill M Shi h**i could, and bar temper wa-' In, wa* thn general «lltlng-room; th- other not’lmi'roTctl bv toe procee*.    I    w.*    very mu' h kept Imxed np in Is.vendcr “flood nieht.'* said ahc to the captain. I and brcTD 'a'llland, to be_ oprnsd on if»‘s flood night.* said ahc to the captain. “1 aha’l u-H aay good nlghi. You will find me there slui..»a* a'jca oa yuo.'' “Y in P Id me y -n were ll >‘c.-inl02. iDime bad".'or*' la-iy in tb'‘ w.iv ' ‘ Vc*. bn' 1 have ci.anged my mind. Farewell lor the preic'.l, Lwdy Isxlia;. "Wh'd an objt--; you will IiHik, wi;l not line on your m- k but a aciitol-gln'* ehaln!" tx-jan .Mr*. Van-, rf-inrnlng lo ih-; grievance as the carriage drove on. “Oh, .Mrs. Vaue, wbal dee* it .Ignifv'. 1 ran only think of my broken t-ri.,. .. 1 am anre It mnst bean enl omen ” “An erll—what? ’ “An evil omer. Mamma gave me cTut whiii ate wu*d..iug. .‘"be P.ld in" l‘i kl ll il* to rue v. t taf'sn ar.—iIwAta lo.'ep it tafelT; aud wUrn 1 *** In any diair, s., or in need of cuu-.scl. to look at 11, and alike to recall vvuat her advice would be, aud to act aeciirdliigly. And now 11 I* br.ksn -broken I” A gltrlng gaa-i ght flashed Into lue ear-rup'", idgbl iotu tbe Ikca |g ItabeL "I de-mare," utUred Mr*. Vane, "vou ar- crilrg ;;*lu! Í I'-ii vou wtat It Is, Isabel: I am n"t g-lug '"-Vi.«].''"'(tie red »vr* tn Uia Dueiee* ot DartlorU a. au li you can't put a alopp) tun, 1 al ad order the Cirriagi- ' aud go un id ui-." Isabel ni'ei.l,r drird *er eyas, sigblng deeply a* alie Xd to. "I c oluveib* piece* Jollied, i dare aay , but 11 will navei b* thn same enita tc me agsm." -Wh*'. 1 arey.'U d 'Ue with the piece**' Irasi lblv»»-!*! M'» Vai " 1 loldi'i them In the iblti pa|>tr Mr* Leviavu gave iiu‘. and |'ul li tcsl-lo my frock. lUre It ia,' louditug th* body. ‘•'l have no 1 n k#‘. on." Mr* Vate gave vesrt 10 * noau. She naver had btuu • girt bMself, «üa had baeo a woman a: ten. aud ahc ccmpllin(ti'<xl laabel npou being Hltle t'etter Ihsn an tmlie-die. "'Pm It ll si'l* my frock'"' ah* ut-isiad. In a I'ltrant •■( tiHirn. “Aed you algliteen yisra "I age i tauclcl you lr!l ofl L-u, k.’ W'.rii yr n lefi iDc nursery. For alis'u", I.-Lcl," "I 11.-ant P) aay oiy dn •». lorrened aabtl. .M"*iit Ul #*y you are * uabv Idiot"’ was lb -lijwod oojiitieiii 'if Mrs Vaue A lew Bilnu-i.*, all-1 laabel fu jot ler griovaaea*. r.,e brlDisJil raoml w* sl-jhtr a* tu aa.haauug a -siia ot ilratuiia d. lor htr baart w». bi Its apriug-iMe of e»rly fr"»hii#« ard III' cly of eij.r-rtsi ca bad not c-iiD" IP-w ' 'u: i.hstvuiaui(".| iruubla, eraa the biua-i i-r -a*, aa mar bcjt to iLe hoiusgv    l.'r,    uU'l drsni. lu lha boi. eyed aiTd* p . I'xl l-'fi imo 'i"r **r - H.M'w"'I- i"d an «ijtoi- .tudenl. wiUi a I .ng ram -ll m (to«, ■■ .i> ■, "o.j » \tmcirm , :i.g Ll .I'td .,Uit‘ .b- »«,l, I, 1 in I- -! lb,- wsy --1    ‘ I 'o -ii; .‘ yu Ssd glvar 11; "1 m* ' - i *i »r i 'Ho I US" ' r' ‘ '1 0 i.' 1.11: 110 biai ad 'lot-- i. U.> . 1.    « . 0-1. ll ll 1 -. occjaPma. .I'ltnce aniWIr*. Hare had tbne childrtu. A a.'U and two daiighUrs. A W " -!J'-r of the girl*, .jnd bivd n.arried y.iiii-g , lUr'. ir , ih.> y -iuager, wsjnownltie-lc'n,and K'< h-r 1 in eldi .b—Hut wcshail e-jme to Ini 1 ucreufitr. lu Uti* «il iiig rcobi. O'; a chll'y eveilng early in May, a I iw days niti.equi'iit lo tli u wh;’-h bid w 'a -to."'l ilie vlaiiof.lir f'arlvl* to Ihe Earl ol V-jui t deveni. aat Mit. Hsra, a pale, del:i'«:u vroiuau, buried lu ahiiwi* ai,)l cii«hlon<: her .xibi ' i-atr wa* drean tu tli teauh, though there was no Art: but tbe day had been warm. At the window rat a Jitetly girl, viry lalr, with blue cy.e, llghi flair,* crigb' c iunl ilon.and ajcaíI tqjlore 1-at'IP a «he v«aa l!t'',<*ily turning over the leave* of a book. HatbAT'. 1 um lure U mus', be tea time non.” i'lm* eeeiiis l-v move slowly with von, UAinoia. It I* acarcely a quarter of an hour I told you U wsA bor ten n-i.iatcs ilx.” I am i‘v tlilraty," murniurfdthe poor In-TiUd. "D'l Ul auii lo 'k at the clerk tctlu, Uaibiia." b.rtvarw liar* ro.c with a pet'.ar* of Impt-iien ", wnf *u;-pr"« led, "p*i .dthr .lour, ;,ud glAO" d at lb* iirgs clock In the lull. ‘ It want* nine anJ-lweiily mlcuree t - *‘ »hi. inaiQiuo. I wisS y, u bad |'U‘ vour watch ou.ol a day: fjurlLuteyou ba<* tnl ue p> look at tint clock aluce dki.T” "I am *■) ihlraty!" r*p«at*<l Mra. Hwe. with a tort Ol • lb. "if *< vea u'elook would but’ I am dying fur my tao.” It ir-ay o< cur to the rsakr that a lady lu her own h- use, "dvlng for * cn]- of le ,” might (UP-ly order ft brought Ic, allbongb tbs cuatoniary hour bod not ttrucfc. Notto Mra. Ha. <. «mu* hrr huabaud had Arel braagbl !: .i bona l-v lhtth"':te. four and twenty yrart ago. ah* had nsvs- dared to siprart a will lU ti, teaeealy, ou her own .r*|H>ualbil]ty, i - gira on older Jua'.iOt iiare ■.ar atcri li-iperallre. (!h*;ii,str, ami *"lf' 10'c';"J siie tt<nl<l. gt-nll". and ant" inls'lv'-. had lose'l him ’-ilh all hei iieart, aud :ii r 'lie had li'eu oua luua vic.d leg of he a II t ■ bis 111 fol, *!i" U-' Will. Ll>. w ll all 111 all. Far waa . c 'rom fr'l'iiglli" a-’rvitudt uf tbu vi k" totne ua-lurigs i.u H“l *i d. to d - Ur. Hare jtiil;", 111* laiwrrful will, ihit muaf bear I'owu all bel re ll. was 11 fan I: not bl* kladnett: ba iiav.r bi.aat to be uckind lu bit wlfu (jl hlalbit'S ibUdreu. Barbara alube h<i lu herl'eJ lUl* »-!l. “Barter","began .Mra H*r# again wh<m she ihougM tb'iihsr quarter ol an four a! laosi n.iGt l.*Vi s'jiweil. ' A (.fhtle il hUper id the tin«haiid*t Ikr. Hnjlixnd. think of the gold -,.i-ü ie* ,.f yvor br lov.d, not ri h-r ted onta; rbl- k of hargovxl loiuiuou »i'D.e, bei ia-.usiry. u: it btsj, ordir, h.r kibili.i'!, .ill.'' :;: j, auJ above ill, htr nt id**;; ber b' T.iodi i-fc to thingsbi ivvi nlyauil diviii" Sc; , <'»ey'iu had a sialt-rii w'‘if,; sU sooil bu—,, a 1; u-»lp, a real l<n -»¿::t, ih(.?e t ,.-, i- vsa cut merely a t':(i-¡ aiuiucr, bn: as 1!', lorVi d lightTiiuií»! so Ibat the hous'.-:. ;' wotdJ oe A thankful rtlr A’ from untni:Ua'.;'J lurv' Supp'-ae ail Ihi», ai.J tilU u.;irc, iLeu :jy, h*4 God d'. (try kiuXy, qra- i uHy, men Ifully, in gkini yon fucji a vvift as lir ba-* G". La* deidi iuflj lli ly belli r wi'.j vi'U tl.iu ytui 11 w-r;i "HutriK aol ail Ici'Uid -'I'll.' ‘‘.Maivel. j-1 » iLderfnl' a’: l are ymal! ..‘i* Could an»” Ttorti the wallet. So)'.. ■«<■ you e*!l an rye vti.iui. >i-d »i;boDl >1V" vu-ar own Ualineoa,-I'd biaLk.'itoto-• .Mai; .i-.D.a d'- p. I'lC'.d wiU ; I-.    ; >11 '.,.1. «L' h.ij re. )n ’.« dt»; Ih- »«n.e-.o, : t ;:'-b, noa-trly, p ling. .\rc you »d m;j; :-o'ilJ siabr Far froDi IL I. iv. covoTClh a :.,uUi'.udt of Memlrhes— let Ihe iican he lillcd with lov;, lad lie li -tic faults which now tpj-ear n.ouui.n a. aili tm «wallowed u]i, or brcouu-as rno.e-hLl* — Ab'u-b-’id who i-i alway* loiiip'aluing, and growling, a:id sna,';. iirg. ai d Hailuig. i» enough ¡o crutli t h-ari of at'.'-l; to sour tbe mold ol an 00, -1. The fi-mait heart ie tec-tier, a-jtbi-g, .y ; j-.L.'-ilc, on-.... Hut-d,    kin-lly    Pi Tour b-'lov d- riaiak kii-'iiy I» hf'r Lin i ili . I thuu ki-'iw vv b*‘. 11‘ivr wreKbciliie»!, wba: bop».'»- »<h-, lUi 2 ' lb - I'lf'-r « ,rdto 111»! 't' .'B reply Tnc i-o.d (l< meaLur and rvpt'o irg e>c: T*' Ot.'h »lw'I. pi'rc - no! >-lib kfi':"-. dart TDui -;Dth.; vto'd. Ic »- ::-«n 1 '.1 -a.ID.g L"»r*. NiEPt.KWoKX.—Tberel. .umriuing pleta-ant, and evin toucDiii(-a. h-oit, of fery.w»':, ' ll, and winniugiffec.—In the pti'-uilarUy oi beedlawork. olatii ;miLiny women Iroiu men Oor own sex la in-.-ai-a blc cf ,my »ui . by-piay aside from ihe ui. I'j buklu.sAof lif ; hut - v of what earthly rank they may, however e Led with Inlclleet '>tiaidowedwlhtwfulbe:''iiy—have alwava some tianaiwork ready pj d i the liny g.p <jf every u."mi-ul. medie G fsmPlar tu tbe lingera of them all A L'D'**'!. no d 'UM piles It on "craaii'D: tic «- min-port Can u.e 1. aa a'J'oilly .i« h.r p-.-i.-. iUeV.o-u.:di'a «yi. 'uiihji d"* .''-.r d ■( ■■ e -i-i. liir r fi -111 lis ,l-‘r' ij * i d iht p'di-i,"! litli" lie trimreiit gl-eiining al-jiig th'- Li ui nl her 'keri-hl'l, or to di.rc aca*udfr.y in ini drets. And Ihi'y have gr .'ly i-.utii, .iji.g» cf ua in this rraj i'i'i The .lender lh'.-.-i ■ o( iilk or e-OlL'Ii kicpwthtm UDited with the aiualL fanilliar, gentle ibt'T'Si. of i¡¡i, ibe .-oulluually iipeialing inUuoDe'-* bl wn, D dctomucn fortín ueal'b cf th,: chir.-tir, and carry 'iff' w-iuld otberwU" r-e a diugtroli. tccuuiulatlOD of biurmd scnrii .l-Ity A V isi dBoi ut hu'ti'n iviupatby niui atiin.7 iLla 'le'-itito- line, tucelilig froiu Ihi Ihr ■: to lo the w 1< ker i li» i Pi tin hu.:.!'r»t sean'Stpwa, and keiing high siil : >w in,. tpeeiet uf comtou'-ioii v uu tiielr kindreu litluga. .Me'hiUtoS 11 1' a :"k"'i <>f h' -llly aiiu genllt*. lerlalies, wheu Wcuif'i o:' high lh”Ugl.l« a‘‘d a ''''tii|'litoui<nit u rew, etj-'ciiily as they ..'e never n.ore »i homewiih 'heir owu nearts ih.u «bile to CUJ'led —¡hvrtlriimi. «hail think of I,': rJ "ih'-r Jhab you hf'il crceiure .i ■ '■    lie ■'■- Xiv I lislentd *• a ,. >r w n »n nl'l tü^ d'-*:!; of h"i ’'rat-.    ' hiM. H-» two jesreob* «had    n,'-:!» :'"': green, *'-r '-> »hi i ..r i .In d a r-j-cl' came 1" the ui! ''L" cloae .iic gr,» The boy ' *a Icni"..' "'i tbe r* , . « aliic backward and f -:w "I. am. fh' i'.ng deiight. ih" ni 1:-' »■ nt im.. ht. t'jdVt *!g;., o! !o .1 f r a i .iin;»,    I    b'*"'' '- hii n -.l ...iidrr "‘¡'..hi-.--.w.ay.iLd If. d 11 ten •f : Itei-liary. ai-nor. ' •ar-' .aqiaOST, w tw»-T ' ’ J ah Ibat cotao-rn* ia»ii'' culture k will be Lm^' RiUOICf*- he hadn'.: sen» titíT)c»t"(' Tie Ml :h"r lo'nl IU", ar-1 I >'i‘iievr In.v., I'latsi.c hidnevtrh'.en'.he »aree perron sinee bnttheenrug whi-. u main!) «irui'k ii.;' was thavlboiig a 1: il • 'gh:n-ii j- ara aim :l;cn,-be th'iught "1 hercDl.a .4= uu n.lmt of tv n y ar: ytot; Itisal.ll!': I ah> ’''''W-! f r nu--t her at g-a'.«)of tl." G-uK' n Ci'y. Had her el.lhi Ured hto- Wto'uldUv" hi n Lwcbiy yitr» old U'jn : he died, a'jd I.'- ia only tvvi: he ,» ivio yet; Le will nev»' ’ - ¡¡.ore than ivfo. The liitleprey chi-'k of that luornlcg, and tbe lltiie btlV-ariicuhiie vo'u" , woui'i bar; been I'lbtiy remsiiibcred by ib-- n.m lar b.ol they gisdu’vl y dleii inpi l-uyhaod nad mairjooJ . but that'day stereo' ■;    ’.    them    ,    the'y    rcii.A't uuehaugMl. llavi you stCE, :e..,:' r. the fece tUa had grown old ic llfr pi : -unr nl'.'.-r d'.-ilb? till ixprer:'or 1 f iio-iy • lofg. t"Ui8 OU' atari'nrlv i:i and cnid ? Fverv one it U a .lufiimes ' ' ■ »' changa'axke place Th> u.a i. out, ami with toem the ui irka I once saw an aged i.' ’.» rt' lorueauvq. iXnl . CD'luraucc 04 a U'.;t--'Lirp I'ali. to lb- 'i: Were t'u-icand rL'id remain -d so wl.J., l!f • pin p lu ta* ve.y ' ihe'-. :ii' f'. , ■ f-a'ii, 111 th .i iusian ■ peet r.f quie.u le W J .'- f-i,, 1. - hi fsi! t! at a'l the ü r;. U'l Uio-e, of '-.JUl ":, phyri---ai Inw; hu' .u tli,.' therew;-j aliirti.;rni: :i -J il a- <• us I ■    1    V    h couii* 'evek -..t! face, lo'tie, it r ' (i.»i L’- . -‘ . f time -rl.a '    , ay. 1. liL liny horn life •-(' . "Mt tor ; Pn'iiri-to. ■' n It. aad rei'Uly the -1 ]>»' ; .igt .    «'.e-    bad lor wdh lb" '■ 3d t-J I" T .-.A    'f:n-    f-auria s' : Ihey ’ -ili.ed. it r f 4 --rc'l"' p. -k f' tli" «ido» circulatlou 1 fSrOh the 1-John Blaoki urn » near Ihe town ol G .. ■ the d.ay before- «he ha. , ■ .111#, OU" mtie dlpf-'U', lo 00 lototo j    WiilUUi    huücr.    u    so dier -.f , I lile-l in New J'ork city on V.'ii'l».., -v . ™ yiar:. II- ’wo» totisei.cil Pi In.' t'. ¡ ce'T-.-n'h r-.-in.cnt 1 uíüI'mi, n-l i ■. c ¡-ar I...    P'tL'jof .N r:u i',.'.., :.e" tra.'. ■ 1'.-. T'..-: cc -tl ': Cil'l-'rnif' «1 ii.e r. ,-r,‘ I’riald'i-La'. '• P. •p-.r.. Jii'rf ut-d .it -; tto'j-isci ''-‘Ha-* : 1“ iri I'..',    ij- 'P '.'-n -    ' Ij'--W*e..,ujj.-,';: I'-.'1 !ii    Id-4-i Ll'..-■ '. Litogi-P-l'ir-.'il au "V thi*. ttc h'.itt Litogi-P-l'ir-. ’-.£i''il au l-‘‘”''ia.t year, approi'riatlug fi <kv) auna ' toward the soiud obj" t. i^Th-: l.'-dv of YU Iriah w,,i: r fi'Uud ou‘die J raiih- w.-st ' I ( tiiC' ■. rucrriito';'m-.-rnini;. Ilv h"--:d'-In;, n -'ii whi-ky ht'f.le,ii.ll l",,iicr ¡-ick: ■ w.,». 1 icur eejit». Wh'ik;.' hii'i 1.' i -    - ri, with :!i - ]•'or cr-stu: -..    .    - 1. ..hi.U:-who.ire Pette. i h *1.'. .'i;t' ll " king ' U . I-iiw-'h'.- ‘h-iz-lle di 1    I,-    .    i    -1 'i rluil-ji. li.c Coi'i'D:!!--p) etoiiilt'.-b-,.;nr -. G-'Gbto!'!: th-I we'ni 1-eU'aeiV'P t" lb'    but    li-..    P. noluue-dtvu -e‘ hi. ('.'•.ru.: -r-.rie me ycuii'j n- -1. .r.i'.t t lirio't-wlier.- lue ]ir-> Aud I ic'gratilude.” 1 b Í »K'5 : I' ^c^ l-a.allivfe'niii m l h:-toWitli U' ll.;* . tvi'rjn.'' iiKVj'rueU’K*m n 111" p*tr II.1 »•%» WfUll'!) ll) lll«i .. ” MUU J ‘V', Pu: ia .-•ud y".'.,g. a'j-‘ L waya G1e-x7.1l', a! Kl'.. ill,,: sgi'i La4, J« 111 rest! ir'- i : ...Lef oíll-flp.-oír.pfíev.'ar' a 'V„'.'-4    >-    A tow. f kAvrd 1 .. vfd! There it a vri-:d o' j'Vf' ' i.j- i', tU.;' little wi-rd    i!    .    1    V a diwi of rich an-: qoldcii l« niiy P r .'n toui ha* I' eshered lu, slier a ii.uht Lrr.'i l.o]'‘s and aiill'Jb" WDt-:’l" ' It la a'wi.ys a .weet word to h -ar-a >•..eder ‘.v -rl l.. speak. .«.J full of I*' i-v M'lit"- ah-1' il. ii|>* Utt': It—a ' full '■! 'ia..p; r idusii- w ln c 'be hea-l fe-U it. T it ' 'It I'n- l -'i' b:-<-:ii:d I t -■>• ri-.irk,'-I Lord "f'.I '■ icr'- i. pliotaun .1; I - u i-i' waiting lu l uxi -us e I: t.’ia 4 iilstory m itoiU'glc'l exj-erie'." mauyaa'-iil F'-v f n'- who Lave i -t utt'red It in mor» r ' ,* oi the (ul'uea* ol Its rnesblng; few tlirough wn-'ae s.iul it ha* D'jt tent a thrill of ÜL'itobt. flllli.g it too full lor utleram e « nod It ' 11! Ill f'.ten's Ilf right, and so'De a. Linu heart 'v:U taae !i up, uud seiiJ il joyfully birh Dg:ir, .hr 'igh Itc nPa-io ou.! darkiiisa. SVi,'»; .-r it I'V. r to aofely and there will he soine a '■o:ii»lu iltcll I'vr T«-y -v Ihre'Ugh wD.ell Ih' - - d :rllo«li'A gr.4ii;..d . Ig 1* ihdt of thaiiktii' :■ ■: w.-'ld’ a ; f "1 i f oil. mi'eraiiit’, "I OOP "y -r-'.MI ot et4. .    '!    1’ JP..1I1    11    ..    U I hi; It :a ’.I 'lav llie -n h'-wit'a best atlir'ioua ann ■All'll lüe». T ill 1 tleal e-.iili' s " llllv "r| - 4-tlmiiktiilnett • I yi'U. Lean, 3* I ni ’‘-aer-d ■' IU "I’ll I Vans .tipv l.iilh an, I- 00. 1 k a - il' -.1..' till tlif pjnk uli. t"l' " 1 Of to wif. M> . ' ; I'., a. .1 hi. V ' H ■' l-a ' ... . ' -1. ' ill'ior.i.'f h" biti.lB Ui-ou ■ «II . . « I I -I.u I" r.i' tp* • »•' I (loy VVt, IDs Ltody laeb.i V aii* Umh .«'IlgeJ L>r lit* nai'.thor* P-4# •!' II' au 1J “ to -r hi It'.': ik -ujirellia. I* • It.-g II .I to lul'l II. ' • ll 111- ID bl ll I' HP. u *•' gi'■ g It ll aliiks*. lh> n li ' I »!VKR«U Br.viV'iLI.M r. IVI WOMT.- — !pi .1 br*‘"-l liati'lar, l.i'-lyi rd.; li I "If <'). I'lwlng Uandt.) ■ e inunP' lo lii in, .1 -f.i 1 have Ufa.d that won.'u 1’ ,1 t"eiiiri:« ere ei'.il, 'bilging, terder ainl T B'-v. r aduri BHO luy.e.flo ili' iiiiii ibc lau-guageiií de-'cue.tad iriiudíhl]', wP multe-cclVibg a d'CeUlaud filrlidly auasvl. VV .lu luaiiUhia olUb 'meu <dbtis:t . In nau-timing '.V -r the- barren piufntol iai'osplwlda Dciuis'lv; 'hioogl- hf'Dc.t flp sd'1, and ffi» XIII Lapland; ruil« aud ahuruaa iiudloi.P, uaprliiclplrd Kilrsia: au'l ‘.he W"lei,riaa rpgiuiiaot ihvNabJiGug Tartu, il hui.gry, dry. cold, wet, or alik, tha weii.-n hare tver been fflriidl., an 1 unlfori,.!,' tj, md a.'l'l to till# virtu., fao woriPy i- nj-t.«ll« L 'U ol P. In'.'leo. . , (¡,»to,    ,    Poe he. II 1'.if'in.ifd 111 to I kii.l fc. • ,0*' bir, uai ll l»a* ..,y 1 .liwak Uu to.,.,; , Jisugi.1; obd huiig.y, lo- Ute 4.'"r>r-t umr at 1 wl'b k d'lul Ir Fi H" B(ai nl I l Woxikx- lbeir i* bo'.Uibg lua‘ 1.1'kl tut , b, ,',.»y a .d loiuLn able w ‘ I' oil ful ] |.,, ol ii.r «rali'tMl Biuued a ' "4U.I ul I'l'C" of Woiuauh -"i --Fare, like gold 11I.1I >ilvcr, La.u aiaajs beiu higbly eatlu^U'd by lliB huiiud- bl"'!.' fcml "iTe te ' ol 1 .aLkfti'l.'' h! h till* > i lefor Disuy age. ti*"<l ta *,111* from "lo I'rli - a lo * DDjuily lea* luoa « I', b. lOg tlpiwtd to wiar Uietu. ll. 'uiqlD. ( I ■ •* wPleii "ll-c I vla'ed wt'h I ;« 1 • e«Mg of (ur*. Wfi.1 to, "1,1-, i,ii„„ ,-'i, ahil 'U.iig''iito I'l .ll - d. .a H lo] VII I. wo* I V ■ .'    ,    I to, 1. e 1.    ■ .11,, ,.i •111 tial ciur.i'l It ia tb( av' bUF i.-albt* "U‘ (If. 'UoP. , »¡'iea.‘luu I'.    i« 0-,-w anuiu':.''i    y-,.    ;v iior froiu iir'-g. o. Di-li.'-n «' .u.- n u    Pm'.    '!ial    the rej" rl    of    . «    ,    • ' ifito !    . I J    t'l tbe Uei.-L.r..l'    :    '* T' 0 r;,    U-k'    b'-    V.8* , -1    1    " ' -uJa I'f i’ '    “■■:    "■    -    . y t'a:'! ih-irgr’'- .' w.o' ■ :    ¡ '    . ÍJ'. Smith r.-ay Uve Im m*k'- . i‘ -u «’ iMyret. I: !.    ;    tl...    G-.-io.rol    Hvr    v ■ L 1-    : "f ol* « ,fe I- iil". ill Poo P: . .    11 peisa's'-iiTi, a» '!" o'"p-'’y ■ I ."r - .all'ami cnlldreii, 01 r 'l.fraJteO H; >» ill.'.- rialng diiy ye -rs o:j--d ! y mi. h ~-r vio and ■ip'.i.ur, U «olm vvLai bn ''‘ti    . h' Heir tbef-.urlli In the I'us: .f ar.ny oin.-en.--SeDtI, W"-I i.!uj I''' g e. io'irgb Itoire bill! j^fGr'al prc|'arai''.ii'' ireb. in. . s.” at'vs ai> .ingl. :i to ae on in 'ilAlc t'i.‘ ■ r, i» 'f; ■ i-r' tv;'.''t'd I ' vifi: ' i IP    '• 111'Mr. Liii-.-li-’a ll! .1'•'r,‘! -- A 1';-•eiir.u i-lili'-i, 1. . u-o: m-v. 1 I . ' p. ,;lf -r! ' ,1 li .< for ( • I'Uto '    "■    -1 - e: -..rai'i- j i''-' '"‘V ‘1,'ifK l’ : '    ■ ,1; ril ■ 'U.e: . M ,'I ih, I"',. >■ ,-f G".i o. ,1 .J. .1 ..f ihicv- ■ 15»" M". Corri'llu* I)onoviu . «' I* . ■■ went P.'" "fk on Friday nioniug i.s:    : it'g bla little girl, Kllcn, s«vrn yems . .it. ■; bed. In bit abseuc" i'l. .'.'i u;, ^-.1,    - uight elotbes ' .-u'Lp li. c’o .'-l wl'te' i .- ■ ul'l!}'-‘'.'Ve.shi-v.a> s" P . Iy !    ‘, she htif «line died. I Pe g.”' . m i ■ alioutaiv wtek* ago. aud ll wiv* : o reason that the f-vlher »«‘o’.'llg"*. her alone. IJTA t’aiiAdiiM Sir Allan M'-to '* i-le.‘ 1 or-dv.Oto fi.' "IIM,,Vh iri iM s 1 ■ -d "f I '. - J luel' f criini-,')( ' I v ' h r; '• AI' ■" : -:'j:, to..d t' :o 41- nj, g. .1 p -i-..toii.'l rt.ii'tr. V D-. il- jvnr.'i'( y-: :.t » 'UlUtoO 1 -r a f O'. ..ii'.li 1,'DMI s-'y of .,."1. .(f :■ l - ;f 'ii'j I 1 ! word aiding himuic jlealal FeriHiJc 1 < jir, Whtb Ufe is |m 'i-oiger, 'to a 1'.tli", 1' Is (''-rl-ln ‘.it : I- .'i.iusud' ror I.." ,; I' I'i-ivatcBi.' d I r: f ar .to • U'l ■y th" r"'!y    d,    the    ,-■    110 P)U»!y o-.r'i,ii- 'i, th .1; l y th 1 c wh . ar. ■    •    *,    ;    1    11.. (»-ii,, i>u‘. Li I ■;< i II, 'tobe uieaiito    of gi:«rdii,.’a-r»ÍM*' It.    nil : 1 O'    I»,    D ‘!    Ih'.t t’.'e ism- tloe l«d!e:ei'to'c il'.ogerto bepa* -ih y tr.-Pkely, ;u Ui'M iM'laro'W, (.eic-ive It UMua ar'y --!iit hkvlug »,',ui'Pu a btoll cf lu- •tautly lu n'bg 1-. Ir h-oigiit* to tlie iii. ai a , f .'"u; ; I ill.' !he ,i»ng. r, ifi'lr mu .I.-4 •    :.nv':i .. .    -f    will'll e\i » '.i.. a- PI. 'll '    "I    P‘ ' M " "■ bin.    D !'■    •'    ore V    (l"ie7Ú;    t tl :-. bu-.:. IP. Ill....."la.    04-" I- h'iU'.( ■! ly ip. I -rr''-    't    -.'•1,    li."    i‘ Id 111 :    fk-Pj' ilili' "'.ly    11 ■    b • Wly "f, uri ii'to or t-ill'jiol,..., hi» t. '■ " Fv- 1" wl ejl all nn-aio are < ].4‘!l‘    .1.a-.iiU , .: d .1» 10I. .1 lob a,., 'a t d'-■‘pe .1 1' 11 : e yp' 11, i"r, L" I 11 ' Unt he'I'to . not ,-d. I"».-, wh'.re lit ‘1 ’I'-l'gill lluit 111. ■ .1 '-"uloiiudcd bv ! lo Ihelr hfguewl » ■ slili'uUbt. 'Hk' 111» ..II , ill" I a 11 ! lo 111. 1 ItUCHI. !|*l ! tojiler 111. agony of th*- > MaUy    U..V    leil lliude hoa ruto'h, I 0 ‘1 ferultl'W, lii.'iKa.I o' • dioitf'-r, are nevn rm-Ivlly by a ‘c*» . 01... ifii'lpm 'I-1-1 ; tflir. W II iJ --‘.."b"    -' iiL." ; SIMIV. N g, l.iriiorier, hr pii'te"i.‘'i M'-j-toOlc, h;' u c-'iivlti, :    HID.'!:    r    1 »e Ollj ‘ '-‘e ll  .............. 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