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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 8, 1863, Cincinnati, Ohio I <« tlK Si il 20Ü^    ' ». \ N_ .. ■• -, ‘ . *•. I. '    /.    ♦ • W t. h ove; the Proecrration of the Uaioa with jeiloa» eye, and indi^wtly frowa u?o* the firet dawning ef every attempt to aUenate any parti» tf our country from the reit, or to enfeeble the ^cred tiei whi.h now lint together the variom part.."-WaiHU.otoM»e FaaiwaLi. Advkem.the    WIEKtY    TliWtS-'“i WDEFEN&E?lT m Aii. THÍH9S, HEUTR4Í. IN iidTttlRC.*» tOLlMi: XV-.\(>. li. ( l.\t lAXATI. TIIURSI) VY, JA.XUAllY 8, 1863. 1C OAE DULMU AAD FIFTY CT8. PER YEAR POEXEY. -    i.    1P|) ; \iryU- ¡h ak- ■: i M    •■    \    :    avF.i,    1!^; Milh    h..v 1 h K í !i:v I'ittal »M 111 >•[ M'iih    •    :• L:.U.TtL- SELECTED STOSY. A M()11V-1 lll.lNii W oi ; FKTaI?» MI'flU‘ = K fir>' i’\ ^    •'    i.t:w    mi iHK Hf.ART »l 7\l' lIKIofMl'* SCENE OF THE EATE RATTLE. The followiiis; ma() presents the scene of the late hattle, ¡nelnílin*¡; Nashville anil all ilssurronnilings. The battle was fon-^lit in front of Murfreesboro'. Ill w d ti woulil l»e Inppv lo Wilk Ual . popular UIW that Were hocfc In trom-l;«! Hr took » eb»lr. Il.i’halhi!”    eri, and never get vui 01 Umui. 1 would >tr. .'piDio ;i.o bluMll la a Hi of lae/H ' merely ubaerve tlwt t'.e cue of Mr. .“iiv lu t<r. Junt oirii lufc tli> I >'.-dro(l«, we M»e «e* M ezoe|aiOBtoUie rl^drule. liuiidci, IkUMbed« u> t..trei j.ipeot.itl jd.    aluce he me ealy rclkoi^tDabiof OM par jou aec It*" criod Mr. .Hpcnoe. j to aMOine tliottir, the oReoec, how«v<r “But il't really loo !>»d to Itti-li. W ell, he grtcToua, wee but monai nUiy. you will ad-eaitrd 'llie Tiiiuute baada ot the ' l*"C ' mlL Had he doiM all tbe taonore to lb-- At (M-ai ■ 1 A V ioi >1 up ■A. ■ .lUd The aiTi 1 f.-.-; it:- ir.. n. .teai Ar, ¡uuiuiuf; .j o> tjt muriii.;rlu. to «lie* ;hi rail no hitil I tnil. W.thiT. 11 .•.-!,« .« oí th- --a. ih! Idld'ii do A... i:; bar )I- - :ir ir.-n, b ” The i-he I hlo tl'.i .th k ilk* U:.te! .1, oi:h ire—10 no,: t): ,a.¡" at lUt ur-. ■! -.o; V-.n d.iep ■ ark o--e- i<re ♦ -irtl. !oi ■-1-* ■' -m. Uiol-to ...... Ttaihai ;er-.o- la. .¡rs-. luj nuo i'rom Uln.e    ruioi    to Uiids ‘A, t’h! haupr rillp.t.i .1' ’.hd d;i W..S. the ’ '•!» -tr-o .11 l.p' II,; : hl.ipv .'ri'», r.r, a, .irl . with >■ ha.:-. :    om    1uucw : K ; More. nr. m, rr tl.e w orldly -I .ir* 1 phra'.da me * lli le l,'i -I uor. nr W ,ih .inai.if'-; uii a-.« I'l.der thr a ah, ul Pari l. - ' HRI THV YKW tkt» filSE rO-MCHL nt.iiiiit iK* M. r.k'.-tri. I m Will the Nf» V. if •-i.e tu n;¿hi, rakiaivi titeC ul X iihu -u, Myrtoikik.; liLii< hi il-i- lU'hih. . r.i. i'l : taree lohi; (•»;.- «U'j: 1 ran lo pe-.p within ih- r by aiu.-nl . lieht, 'Tif . n.pty •till oh, '■«.V. hi rami, w .1 tue Si w Year uuBlt tu h.^i.l Will the New Year c. me lieni.d.t. í imna! the n uw Ir oi, the hill. Ahd the lie mii-t le tin a. hes thick upou tue ate.dox'r rill Iheartl j 'j pipi h"' . igni. i-.,: i,. .-t hsi- .. riei' <1 dill: I :• ■■ II lo a-ir. nno.i.    ¡-la    -jf co>te*. you »-J. 1 prare.i f. . Pnt •; ... ll. :    .iiiaii.    0,1 riiil! hen: : '-f u '■■. Atd iiSe •.rph .ii I ... -    I’,. '    ?    '.....'    11 all iw ii.Tvi. me; Bui II! II III -l.em I. '-■•lid ienil thf- :..el. , I .%• tal-. AIj<J »oB’t Tf.ii \.m isar fd And rirr, -¡i «.fa- ¡U LkYV* ..P , ^•leve:!: Xr-xt t Í ’t :ii fcr; j-fir: -- -I .".a ‘a’j; -.-Ar VY ..1,1, \\: . .A.' :nvr,r..a' i;TtfSr* Y«- -i -■ -hm P’V;, , ^ ' I'- - f . ! : ti 1 .i.jAid o; " a/I- b* ' 'a- s'ili.JIt ►B-.-IU-' ^ ’ K'-in-. :iFl’ t»f JI ’i'- iMF.kv. -l.ii • ■ l;«t * '••1 ; AL'^ -- ■‘i- • tl j: ' - tl. H '.I V c- -'1 : - ^ .' %V :v it -j >; k- , , ■ ‘ 1’ 1 Vfí- Ú:-lIt U : 4 <:it ia<- . • 1 -.i'; I cI - ^ ^ ■-J.» 1 U ■ i->; ‘ ■ . I »t!i IiidAt- • ’ - • ■ at Wi: . '» »■: I'' Í :d JJ.'»b.' ■ ■ /ud f - . .' ^iiy I- " ' ,l ' •' ■£!•\ -u ' iV ’.rf ’ • ■, Mnn-it , : i- .....I * ^ 0’t != . n- , • -t-fI'M il t . n V ’ Ji ’■ ■ If Í - t'l t’ . 1 .r ■■ .u * ’»> ..... V i- ihQC.t ^ 1 - ■■ - ■ - If r ' . «• -.I.-U - A¡, • «. tl -We ate rlx - arien wniitd huie ma.le the arrnuiKiua nt a poitkal quolation, but .1.. li k', tad we r, ni iiii a prim ball do eh, r. I hoa.'linu to be yol'j. Put wa t In.. ii’r ILC cci I'ii'ii. W. art at :iti 'un. of four».'. On'iidi It Is w inir) weather, end a trreit lo^ lire tie lue • ! uk like a cheerful priaoili'ut. Lnwjtr Spee. 1- :iu l W' itelbr to i tbi nciubNirbood, (tf the other jenlleiiien, 1 ..nrkpecuhitii in ho|i«,and has atine ippre . ition OI the lui ch; one la ol the In.lhn ■ -tiUl Service; the la>l It a aervaut oi lue pi.l.lii- ol Or-at Hrltaln, How we came todClher h n. iron'd upcr-i.*t you but sUudtly. People are a^ayi ' djiiii it«iut at Ohri.ilniis, in-! .a-iidenis ' wl.l li ppen. Ht.oujh that ws cry out with tUi clown,“lin wc are I Now Chrlstmis is III-b lort üIqí s or., t tb it I i,'*'*' you ni_v word, and 1 sin .Ohtiruied m my attestation ol tuc (act Pr he .tier a«iiisti> Ol ivtrv ¿en'.ti'.u.ia pr, -r.t.wc hid no idea I amiialu.; t-r-b .i.r, we llu'ueht only of driukiu,’oar I p;; lb aid toiídlin; to bed; audio Pet we th. u d luve gone, with iiotbiiii; to l.iiaSt over, bill not V' uiaou *<1 su'I lealy •'11,' 'old .ciiier W. .e c miort ihte ■ tcie, ef How did yon'speui Im auluan, sir '' " And tbat beg u It. ll.F.I.i, .S. w ., aildre.-s. d, cud . .'plied "till, down in S-oiland.'' lb. conversation wis rehpslng; we had duiost loit It, wh. n 11 K I.i ap..c.ireJ to remeinPer •...uethini,', and la .db«l. .Vr. L'lr.jii son iniiuedlitely turned a .'On* vert illuiial tide f cf to bPn, .VI-, áp- ¡..e lilted bli hem! troni his glats. Mr. Selby •uu ked bis knee, and the de -lcr in bops tL'iU'red ulut tickled his laney. “Notbinu ps ticnUr," .-.aid tbr InJlvD. “I on the . oors la a friend’s but, to 1 w.a ,cniy . .ughlng at a uilseribie night 1 j.assed ibete. a lihKal.FlL Ml-ni l.V » HI T ON inr MO IKS. He psuied, :ia il tu bint tb.'re was re illy notliina! rcmaiksbie lu uis eaporieuee, and [ nrMied ".Mv Iri'ind biresa sbcpbard'» hot lor tbe shooting season. iPe shepberd s wlla la biB I'ook. and does the work in prim live latbluu. You Sil lot a PUckcoek—il'a pres-aeiil.d to you boP.'A a pbooKiut-bolleil' iVirytbii g's boiled 1 oelieve sbe wwaid toll a boar's bead, i sudered a little, of -oiinie, but tbs', was tiotUlog. she uivA- a to/erable bate aoup. lbs an rual U si inned, and then s'ewe.l down—Piood. e il'ails, and aP. I OT'ce kni.ignt uer , abe n i-iti-ú 't with fc.orii there w.iiu't "b.uid kno: '. Wtll, We shotaouieg.ime—hlockcoek rifier plentilui this seosou—tried our bauds at speiiriug Saimón, and scmgbt wUal auiiiie meut we cuuU Hun am .ng a sctotv bu ,lve;y ¡opulat.ou. one i.ighl my l.-iead, wbo bad ealablltbed relations wilti some neigbPorihK .■' -1 suppose 1 mu-t sty lariaers—invited them to di: • w.tb him; .nil us tbei. g. iitry have toeo'nc aooio dis-tsnee over tbe bills an invitatlm of tlil, I ioit Involves the otler oi a bed, or, at l>'a,<t, I aouie I’lace tor Ibeiii tu tlreteb tlieir liiuPi. ' I lorki-t bow many gls.-se- ot wb'sky pid Ir I in their siK-ieiy. I wa? th ■ lirat •-U tiujvc to hed ; but my do pattar did not I dialurb tbein. In nij liret si--*0 1 was aroused by the aouiid of a heavy tall on Ih I door 1 rose in bul. .Mylriend w .* .n ,o ' pet tryii.g to oprii the nmJijvv. ‘ilnlv.iue 01 th. s, i.t. heea,’ be iu'd, and iu'oriiicd ii. > It was imp.oi.iod.. to ).■ ..-Ter b :ii doivii stair», Bl tbe iPsrr woti'.d n.jt su it, a .d th; I wind I.lew eo!d ‘    ■ Th rebels,'be r.lded, l-'ugLing “l«d j dlly.’il 1 maybe allowed Ibe worA .le I faPI, when h las' apoke, Ibit li • piefern I 1 tguod door 10 ? I.: d. Y'ou'.lbnd him siroug, I so I 'te 11 Ibe w indow I ■< omyluiut W as , f no use. So I 1 ly d-i'va J.'. n: uiy irienil went oP to bis .'cotebec, I .In' all iesiiii'd at (k».-;-. Bv and by 1 felt ' ,'ie'old, slid decidid to ris-s and evclii.le tbi' wind. I ha.I one loot out of bed, when a low growl snri'ris-d un, and mide mo ; drawl'rayi ,nli all. I. .Oaiiig »-/..r on ! ODS f ide, 1 P>. ived a doK. 1 have no ilou'd h. w;,- tbe uroitisry size ol sPcpbcids' doga ' in y. Ill ral. Pnt to u,.- be appeared "noriuO'JS. ■ .. liOa ‘.»,c.-nt.. eoiiie lo waiii oiur lua p; .-tei. and w i- d.-t. riuh, d to t. ar tbe log . el > one im-uni; in tbe ro -m,    1 tbooigbt ' It bct'let to try :'lnl the cold I ban co-uc ' til il tusfle VIlib liliii and i.otae tbe aiyjge natnreol tbePeist. There'a soiuu'b ug in prirentmg a ni»td leg to a dog. wbi, b i,, I I j«-.;re iiiu, not pli laiht. Hu the i-aid lu-r.'.en. 1 got out Pi bed. Hu itronled a n I u.ent, and tbcn up be Jiuup. d and miJe a ru-b at III -, I'm not asUsuiud tivs OQlcss ihatl B.ia beforcb .ni w.tb him, and sought I ikiioiuliiioua ju.-iier in tb*.' ihe.-fs. 11.. ' .r-.wlen -aealni ind I beard him trot round ‘ !o 1 11 original |m»UioU It tbe feet ol b ? ! D !ri. '. .My '-1101 ic‘ mi riUiculoii», .ut It i Was really desperate i'bo wind vvas i ¡.j-*. I iPu d.-ad on IIIand wbal wltb uiy Indian ! I 01 itltut on and the draught, 1 s.» uiyi-ilf ! - lo ly In lor v long ( .lurie ol ills. Bip. It I V.’tell hour bco re 1 conid r. • !"e wbat ! to.;,,—amoil tui«i-rable hour, 1 ■ ui a»,uril i lou I nui ol lirnl wltli ll.s bel I :    'lings in uii lnn.l—m.“t ' bu Si ,'ugc I,. .1-1 ia lie h.:p about to ppring, and bur ed ulm .c rtl. ni. 1 had j'ist lilii.- to sUuI tiiS wti.uiiw- -I WI» buirvlng hiaelt to my bed, i . I .1! 1 saw tail uiin rge, and Hiere was ' hi II I y tor il I'ji toreiiirii\u •ic 1 ii npidiy a- I Ii.uld and leave him the eti .Is iiid j I'lepki ls I here I rein iiueil, as ■ .id as I .er, I wliilu he li.i.k hli slalo.ii ni, tliein Ito ru n. vi'i Wa* sill 11 a .l..g In tbi in .n,' ri If I I III’hoPi ol the viid ol a blank.-t .n l began I ill pull, he growl.-li, and in .d. a .¡ at my ! : did. 1 .1 >ir* iin.i enieat of ij.v i. g.-ajsed II I, to he i.p and oil Ibe alurl !or v . .-..i .uu I. ■    111..    Ipniel ivilh ill 111} iiogbl, and i;..- t.- St s'lsed lb blanket tc tw. a,, i.d p'Plf.l againel me. 1 t..-. luic wi ul round. He waited on. ;. 1 <re be hid ' reoowued modMly oi' tbi* Idland, be would tiiui: tu feel un. uiiifurtaPIc ii bis iiiin.l, t .e * bsm drawn ttm tucoBd palt O'.'ar Use Itrat. door ..;eiied, aiu a gentleman w ilk.-.l lu, 1 0(11 oily exeuao Us not dolnz so by the wl e bow ed to him, aud made liia mlud ,{uUu . declanttloo Uiat he did But think of Ik, and gaay    I    abfolntet; Kw oo harm in wbat he was “'1 brought the Ibihga,’iaiJ tbe young . doing. Bo Tar, Ulto, we will erhoB*r.vte msn ,‘and ni l waiiimi—'    i    him. Vpfurtuuatuly, the Uioogbt at “‘To see tue,'said Mr, i'iley,admiring !:ii sUatei.em ot tits lady immsuaelv, 'lu see mu. Yea, I'mawaie, A t'Ouutiiul day to oiiy,;-li’ Katbursultiy. May 1 oiKryou a gla o! win*?' “Ol eoumetbe young man didn’t o',j, ct ila! ha i You know bow they used to pru paie victims fur Ibe saeridee ! Ha! bi! “Well, they talke.l. Mr, Kilet .«aid : ‘“I’ray takes chair, may 1 ask jou ’ .,i 1 lUgbt 0 ehsuge bad not striek him outll he be<l shot lAeea some inilee. Aud apíatn, very uutoifunatuly, ea we say when we «ould cite ipsuacee clearly latcd, tbe youn* gen-tleiiiaa look oil' bto tight ttsmieis before be oicnid hi* eatpKit bug to úia«n¿age hU thick tweeds. Mr. Saxon la of somewbal basiy tempcrameiih -alur tooogeeive i|it|ek lo execulu; i tlne.i»ilUy wblil occasaon ally leads to trouble; lor while be was uu the young lellow, wirmed by the    wiuc, wav    strajipiug bis    b ig tbu I’ltln tnscnsljly llatk- ijUile agneable to anything.    iLi-U .in ed.    aud smld.auly stopped. Ou “•Will you open your lui.utU,    ni'.y 1 ask.’    .    |»,tc.iy,ug this alarming lact, Mr. Saioii said Mr. Filey.    i    pulled at tbe    atnips with trc ncnUoui Tigor h sec.'Ud or eo, aud ikeu looked cut ol the window with afhcc outwardly as cuu.i.osed tofrenztu of d -irmclion. At one plica a iady ctitercii, wbo -xiuid bOt ri ’ - with bv Pock to the eoiilre. hewii posiiiyeiy-. being the ouly ceulkiuau laciag it—sskad IS lavor her by cbauging ctata ; aaJ.giHaut by nature, courteoue, obllgtug, be nut to etutter a downright rcluaah Hot rexlliehla joeitlcn, and I tbhtb that you will alialt that, for a batblul man, Mr. Uirry ° -on uuiurud lour ! 'ura of mor'al misery thal't would be bard lo match. Evceasire 'ivU. ’ /stlou, you sec, baa lu troublea. It may »C'-m r.ithcruui ud lo le ive btui In tbs i ate 1 bare lelt bPii m. I will justify ibi* -nidlc auoke by assurihg you that Mr. SaroD n í have no doubt wha'i ycr. at the matnsut .. a eak to yuii, pertectly prcptred to moka bis bow lu tbe most exquisite locicty.' The gcc.tleoicn diaciuaod wbatuiigbtbiTa bapueued to Mr. Saxon. “/■W a oashlul mii.,” said Mr. layrquiton, “that certainly was atvout at uulanuhate a dilmBa ■« I remi tuber lo have heard of." Ylr. Bpence concuived t; at •w auou'.dbsTO Cuide a . uoiMut of tbe brat lady, rem irk-lug tint jrfpnb: In such cases, when ap-T-enled to#a6| A a body, eootidurale, aud not wautiDfrfti teutle sicu&ee. “That's wbat 1 ebould have dous,” (aid Mr. Specce. “She would bavc looked oat of tbe otbir window, aud all wouid have "Wbat fori’ aaya tbe young fcilow, illDA^^'^s    eauiuvwe    Tvaaaawatavv vuava«s<wa»y i»«/ v»a*«*. a-v wwa>a _* flia» fit hi t* V' Hflf) Ih' 111 " ‘tlb, nothing ’’ fuys Mr. Filcy. ‘I met-’.y ; as luy ordinary tr iveP-r, with no bureen oU    ^    ,’ wUliid to lispect. The (onformvjtion ol bis ir ud and with clotUlng to his kgs, .nay Tbe ll.K.I.C'.d. tbi>nghtso,too; and dted *......“    '    '          "    '    "    ‘    ti,,,    indlllcrcuce    of    ladies ¡n’lndia to Ittoaa your tongue Strnck me aspiOfiiPiir. .Nuttii»' it allccu vour speccb, ail. Not .a alb But prsy 'ailow me ' “Tie poor yonr.g fellow opi-ned bia inoutb. Ila! ba! lie opened bis^m-uitU and gaped. “ ‘.Now draw Pack your tohgiic,’ «aid Mr. Fl’cv. “No doul t the youcg tellow thought him a very eccentric baronet, but be compllo.l. ‘ Ill a minute one of bia grinders was (fired—c.-ogbt in i vice, wrcm'hcd, twi.-teJ, we IT Uliat the ferliugi ol a basUiul mm so placid niuat bavc been, I uccl nut tol you. Aualyaia, II we wi-lad to dclcud tPu Peiore a jur* ol prudes, lulgbt bv justili»-b!e , but you wl.l not re.julre It. Mr. 'axon'* heart gave u bouud. There w.ia » lady adui-'(aiDi; the gusrd, who pointed down iu tbedircclion of Mr. .S.ixou's be id, and let her swiftly ou. .Mr. Baxon made a lluil el-lort to army lilmsdf in one or tbe otber iiair, gave It dupilringlv up, and ttiougp' it i-eet to block the window aud '. ok ill- lUlUd. He: Ten spare us all the horrible ' Iremcly uiiinyiUng. He could uot believe ' apoiiy' 1 can’t laugh anv more. Thegriuder that bii lorlune could be so cruel as to send (vme out at last, .u the midst of stilled , this lady slrulgbt to him at a lime wUcii, (vrc-me and. I'm afraid, cuist*. It came j without wishing to be uueourteous, be pr-out, and tbe young man was guilty ot <n ar- foUBdly devoted brr to Jiricbo. He w.s Miult on the bortv ol the dexterous opvMtor. lorg. Ud ot bis expenente. Some men Ihivc Mr. Filev went down,    I a gicat board of experience, aud omy see it "‘Where’* tbe lady? Wbare’a Sir Baiii'i- , ly the lurid light ef .new dislresaes. .Now, sen Sj riggs?' roared tbe young mau, wUb bis hand ou bis month. “*My dear sir,' says Mr. Filey. ‘You retlly-kygu w.oy be eeeeiitric, bu. vvbcn one , la doing you a good, eir—doing vou i ser vici—'    ‘ nethcr lailings under a railway rug, wbich “‘Service.’ splnllers the wrct-bed von'C i be bad piovidentiauv with him, when the fellow, ‘,'ervice to pull out a tooth when 1 ' door opened, aud tbe lady bet ime bis , didn't aak you!'    ' companion. The train wUi»tl-X blitUely, “ ‘Ask me, sir,’ says .Mr. Fi'ey. ‘When I ' and oil Ibiy went t' 11 yon It baa beer arranged by vour eMlm- ¡ ‘-Now my Irlend Harry Saxon tolla me be able amil Udy Spriggj. aud tual li w i« con,idem It a cur,ous thing that the laly, paid lor yesterday—’    ‘ git,.r » nmc while, began to rega.-d him “‘I’uld lor yedeida.i!' b-.wla the xictiin, j wuu Eomi Oiiitg like aetoniaUmcdt. Uu. tbe starting back.    (jft Ooea not surprise me, wbo know biio. gatmeuts. .Mr. larruuisor. c'.ciised blmjclf from any rdial,' ■-Cirtg that be kn .-w not one. B it the punch vvas a perfonnance f.\r eic.-lling onrfllrusy ellorts to;imu8tband I culy wish I vr ry uood mau .md true may aiiukas good Ibis Cbilslmua sbas-'U. trtiBei (1 Mrlters. With tbe hlgr;,t possibA fJncAtion for woium in lidies Cl,Ikges, with I’ulver-lty ■ isiiiin.vtions hi d the me Meal piof?»-Pm opened to Ibein, v*c bare little .loabt fut a new lile would enter into m.iny, and tbe pursuit ol kiiowUdge bcc vmc a red xi>c«-tlon, w here it bos lucu blibert j hardly more than amuscmenb Miiiyatledoi Ic w II yield unexpected llow-.-ra to a wom.n’s Ircsb roeenrch, ¿    ^    sciínoe ly t— ---- Mr. ¡Nvxon should, uo doubt, btve spoken hud warcad the lady o-b He stuHereJ, l „ _    . * i    —    ’.g’    :    ’.. Lave told you. lie did S|m:.k. but be wis    i uniiilelligibk. Ibe guard wreuehed at the *’'*    ">    A'    !'• ° ,^r*- Somery.Ile. door. Mr. Saxr.n bai just tlmo to hide liia Already, wot-neii have made for thamselvf a place, and a large one. In the Pteralnie of our time, aud wnen tbcir gener»: instruction bcaimeo dei-p*-raud bLd cr, tbelr workd miiM become more aul marc yaluxPle. U heiher dov tórr ese* are to be petmitMJ or not.maybea .aiH.oii; but ant boros-os ,ire already a ;gut d, w inch, lustevd cf opposition, bis met kiníliiK-s, wol-ome. It I* now .1 real ir-T- -si ,n l.i women as to m,'n, lo be writers. Let auy one re id Ibe list ol Poo. .slu a mudurri li irary, aud judge bow Vii-Ui. “TTie yoiirg man ilellbcritelv askril for Blr luilfon Bprii-gs, or tbe panel ol j-«.Is 'wPiib be bad biuuglt, ball au ta -ur avo. Irom the (Lop r I Mi-si-rs. .Bpiltbfoek .V C wl o.c n ryoLl be dlitinetly proclaimed blm-eclt lo he. “•Bless nil !’ cried Mr Filey, ‘Is fh-re sou e uil.'lake! ll.ive 1 n-illy;—ou my hoi.or, 1—’ “‘H you will go up to i^lr Painps-.n S| tiyge', and get that purcel ot jewelry Im-u edlaiely—’said the youn 1 mau. “Mr. Filcy started. potent tllbrts. ‘•Tbe lady replied, ‘3ir,’ or ‘Yes.’ He cbriiniriet it i .aclly, but I lorget. '• 'Ha____ba—art von goiegtbe whole wvy to 1 T"wni’’ said llirry, gH«ping ami Polillng on his rug with both b inds. “ 'No, sir,’ bSJd tbe lady, bsuelitlly, coldly and bortly. • VVAat a blesdng !’ thought Harry, sinl;-Irg Pack. “ I be lady opened a book. “.\t tbe next st itlon H.i'-rv looked at her Imploringly. Sbe wonlu not go. I’erbaps, tbonuht ll.irrv, she’s going on to the 1 «t “ 'I w uu't prosecute you,’ the young ni m i station but line! 1 here ne was sure tb Irler*, washing hit mouth out with water. ' larriagc would be tilled. ‘•HiT legged iKilil<-ly of her to tell him when slierntfiitted to <|uii the train. “'lUidly !’said the lady ‘.Miyl lm|uire, ■at».! ami P I llioiig!:' r>i mjoriglni! atf iiwriii, •(iil'g Out «giin. I liuiig til,- P! iniii't - J.'u or i'l l|aiitioBoi It w IS III i-iy pove-«ion— >11 r‘ .,1 h p . But thl« Hi.II- 1 * t« not .0 ‘    I    on'y    I    oi-trlv. •! to Mind nil ■    ( s titP,    ,cxt    we w-    rs i-illiii^ 1    .    . a»-r IIr-    I'l    hi    at M ■olfb'nati, "‘H-rti 1= It It. ' ii V I hoAT-l I.OIU •-y; ail!    ■:rvi!-<-.i ■    y u    t ■T ' ,.I. ,1 .lilt, ."it -- 1-- h;-j. riv-.rlug bi'-k ft.    Pr'Tin'ly    Ire    o-d    I    w r.    fEi;uc:-l, 11’ t'tirsl lb. .fc^li lb- ‘oor li ur •i’-aggle, « I at    tnii-h    dldi    s tv.    ri ,i    ou    to tl'S I - 0 , mylri’hii - ,1 it. Oinii, - III m'l-d 111 II iiiiiitieroi Ilia c-niri'- il- utlin-d s etii il.r    'ri    p-    ly aii-nul tliv .!■ ii' a- -I for**-, ftiip    11 1    rd    10    til '(rnv My fr'i-i'd Wii nil I I. Iti irlituig 1. ii.iirtli to t I* , i!»i'.,|. t! t :ri il m: •eeniiirt, HiW do.' all t|i-wliiu .11    111'IlII. r, and snnppliig it every P'; Ml! hia    lii'siii'a.    I hi*    l i-lfd, I    sliiiuPl III ? k.n'-c-ct twi III-, --ilioii' *. It till •borli «I Í I n »'i.    f,    wl.l ri 111. .Iisphi-rd ,od liii wile .,; ■    ■ .    '    11 hi' II. I I hop. Hrcy wn .I'll    II it    ilie.r    -ritval v* e    il.;    to the ill ■! •    - -.1    'P I    loi i    lit T.....1,1.    N It,. a.,' mole till the-log ft «a ae. un d. 1 II 1. , -    •    I.    I    o.    ' lint) III! ¡tleiiil !,. Id I - I. . ■ ■ ■ lull .0 Pi PI 11 Itii . .lid luirii I ; I.-- o' ir -   I mu 'S' I IV ¡ I ■ e, P.I II- In i out' ill.' -I rill 111- Ic, mirer.xble nights, riminds tne of a cvK. i There was a fellow on myunclo'a i-etal^— I you know it, .npi nee- <’ Benlea. 1 uis-ln Iri-i.ds with him wlo-n 1 w.ta a bov, auJ siii h a fellow I tbliik 1 nev-r iiitt. He wi* a dariig lellow, a d-lemilne-l P',--uer; lu .t ort,ago<>d- .ir-noiting—what your?, rtcu frii Dds, air, would - tlla'oe'rr do wi A:’ md hi Went lo the ‘detP aa faat la ha c::-.! 1. Ills name waaTom Clayi«r. We calli d bun Tom (.'la.,pi|>e, Pi'Cau'e be alwaya bad one lo his mouth. Well, the fellow took a fancy t-j IPS, and taught me aome tricka, which I bun- I b-ive lorgotten. When w< re young we'ri not very choice In ;,ur frPin Isiiipa. llu’ Tom rnallv b d some good iniiuts, I InTe ktrwn him • -nd n bare a. -cr tly to s poor wit! IW, wuo w.mled a bit -j| aoiuiv-thing. I lie tiiire, vou »at, : o*t him lltlPh l'< rhap' be did not reckon how iiiui u il did K'vt him. How-ver, Irom poichiiigloblch W.IV robPfry, and Iroir: Ihit to hnrghirv, wai I'ui a slrj) lor Totn He found Hcnlca loo Lot !i>r bim, and dlval-iienred. I met him Ion y irs 'flerw ird. l.ooklbg !" the payer, O' c’day, f "iw Ihcr- w ;c a IrUl ol ,jne nlHi iiiacy Ipvre*, for !i-!on „ualy euterP'g a •“ t-! ibi hot,*.—Tt-jUlrí I’ell’a. Ilf BoilillDgtoii-at ;i rteillng, Ac , Ac. Among tbe 11,1 o! •il'ii Í slofii the name of Clayp-r. II- wva I u.dcmncd, .'-t!(l eitit- B'i-d to li'.i (i-ort-i-l-uiorlh' 1,'im ol hir. nilurilli’L. “Th - ilgbl of the piMir felP-w'e nim». sn-l I:,, p.ielllun, i sll-il up romc boyl-h I- ell' .'s •of iii'nt, (lid i III id-' ap iiiv mind to ^o and -c 'ciui. I w la able to p'-PH'uii »dn;i«*l-in, Tom ' -i. iii/iul Die ut ot,c», and !:?',d out | h • bsiiil, llewoa n-Tcr a,b'lu-l olhlin-a, II; V. hl'l, Wi( (iiif fbaraclerlstii lu- h i-l. Wl i»ll>, d oyer old lim’«. 1 »li c ipabieo! upiifi ■•ialliig wPvt Ul nl« Mr. Claype> paa c5«fd, now ibat 1 bod sem more -al tin woric, aii.i ’.If w •( I -rt only an -xlra '.diaiii Ifi - w As I was atdl v-iliiig -oougb lo I-pb a,I d ut loarliig ai'-iiiiturei. and us loiii, ii-'W Iba; bta lor-rr a<r«iu-'d clos-d, naa grHllIiiilm rrliliiig ht<, 1 bad ro'u'ahict-ary i.e i-tv we p.ir1ii1. Ita lliuh sccii.a lo hay-¡-111 till* lor lom was latheraliToI «inak- II g aliout cfitain mnltera—a p-iiill»ult I hale I nth ed lu siiuic of >uur ripa It- bod Ills IrilliKi ol deii( i') ftliire wiiiucn iire Cohci inv-l, A ratlarr |,n Ity girl was in esc-vhi It Ibr r* |.lire’s ' pure Fill, I llmik I loll'.II. Ill bi r Tain l-ald I null. Ill --as III her In preaehU than In rcpuisthui. I I-III I till fill gave hliii r-ui'Oii t< ti iip, she iIIm <1 hiiii. At all ey< iil<, ake did i-d r* turn 11* lliii'fls* lo.v , vrulne Ml loiuio-ltUr a dark le< t>-ru —thr-w tbe lig'al slap ou bit 1.VCC. 1 taw biir. tliiit. IH l tb it mau op, n hiaev--' Ur : ablt' Ble,I os tuund aa ti Tpriu e. 1'aiighcü lo inyavlf. W hy, If be b.ul e<it up, It d b:'T* beeu a lair atri-vvie hrtwieii us, and uahheu 1 certaiulv aboiild ‘abfiu. Hut dciicf a Pit dl 1 bestir, t’ul. F -•‘g-r, Hiliik* I, I'll Padgcr poe ' Well, I walked aliiw'ly op to him. with th,' Isntcrn In one band and uiy pistol in tbe other, lev- i-lled at bU bead. Ther- In- -lecpiug iiap, - rai d harliT. 1 couldu't qud. tea bis L-art Peal, , nt I’ll lay my life U ¿allopeA’ "1 will spare you Tom’s oattii. *’ ‘\t - 11, air,’ lie went on. ‘I’d half a niind nt ope III 'tn-nl, to do for him outrigbl. hiir a rowatd wito’a n dbin J bi l’er than a villain, what goe N l.t lor, to live:- Close down lo ill; forehexJ I Jiut thr mu;’/lt of the plvlol. It ii.p it-n.pllng th-'ii. Juat a hsir. iind ' hav- hxd au e'-tlhguUtifr ou hit tU'jll candle' loir.slr, hla i-v-s ,1 III, I ut I'll w CM he saw It all a* e’er aa «V And thru wis the ii,-r*plr»l.on a hi rst ti' uiit uf hla forehitd, aud rnliin’ ,-1i vsn Ida cliiClii I rciiiriiilu r a hir'r Imp • il p, tpp,riiti‘,ii (111 li.i nose' And be t rc It iid;u to alcep hard all the wbi e' WliT, the »P o)i d us{ ’ '¡111 hi- Ihli'h I ilPln't t lo* Ib-l I ili.ip -iM»,' sweatf 1 III bt« sleep' , lasi.»tw-ya, UM niluril awcat. M'.-ll' f (fpl at luat, drswlng the plMoI ivnv, md piililii' ul il ice, 'IT. I 'tiiiuld think, torlv lu't ntrs orn on- but I took nu m count. I wa* crii, I glad, lo i-e auif. and b- '.erspir ii-t' 11 r and Iwrci I. .Not a move rlglif ( r If'l. / Pldh't Ip! ik. 1 II uiiglil 1(1 lur-trif, “I'b, i 'u vllhi n ■ I d.ii- -ay vmi II uik ' youn 1II liftlf 1 Hull inc, duu'l you ' And II too had uia ill lour {H wsr noft, wouldn't iiiu let li-i'-r? fiiil I aiii'l sill b a-onrird 1, III!' Vou tbsll hi—d, iny dne . has ' ilup-'kel. Tbnl'll-InFor, aald Tom to ! me. I h.idn't c, uic H ere and ruo Uie'ivk. i Ol 1) to lrl,;blcu the I oli,ii-.i. Tftoblrdail ur,,' Mow Wi,' sla-,}» Piy gam* ’*0, bi-ind hve '    1    um piiiinf,!, ‘whi-n I th uigiii I'd vie- u II.. g-iitP mail a pretty good *w«*l h.r , ilit-il 111* hi-ilib, 1 III gin to ran lanH . I'i ift. srtl    <    ni'-.v-d    ,t, for 1! i lootcdlhel gr/ f Miu’d think be wa* ai.wl. I ! 1.' .V.r. tolcitl! that'- wh.t I calls vltnlti’ oi tiv. TPcv'II call yoti a (UW re h (dd Fi tliui i. I'U! Huy wi u'l tall II e Id 1 1.' \ nil Ulcinnuii.' "And with this -uciolalion Mr Tom ClaV|fr ’.p I'niul, ids VOViU'-, Yu will sdii It, M PHi II er, that thcT rlnr.ij’a nigUt 1 ¡1-1 1-*11' p!, II 'Ulli, ;< Iiily iiilacisble. "    . Ml 1,11 scicd that Wl- did lot tuvy the ¡ 111* pi ailh-ii. J'r Fi ihi. approvnl ; I Ir -ti dti't, Thi Oialir in iupf >i,u i with ! Mr 1:P < l yi" Mr l.urquiion tPought | 1.. shouhi hair ;-iieii the dsrm when the \ siidsi inns t-urglsr 1* It ll.rriMui. The U.K. 1.    a.-^^ii    i    u|,ii loti Hut 1 ■ m'- P mriit or H e C ’i'kI vs* aell crout''f J, ai d 1 ' t uk tl (• Ml!: ol 1! -ifC Wl u Pxvc liOl hvc I; , III, i! j* 111, t uliihii wsa Mr. .S;,i ,'    11, I-,;-“Alc le : ' 1: I». wPi u t I r'i ■ 'itr P - »ilng to dow, 1, ilec”, tehi-n Ul 3 ign ol oht ' uming in ‘ • ■ nii'Ce M *ari I ol :r ip|Kuuli->. ’ A IFl.liHlLK |i;y -I S ■ lu-l T ti' •r«F .iil, “V.    ■ -111 h -.i '*• ■ -i! I.I, !' PjU .Ipt.lHs W iav, Us^l, Jj'-l tAÚ.a^ akdl i •’lot cl Ua l.«-r r 'Rip'tlj ••iMIt • h 4 .Utill' ¡.’'«H.lrtl# 1 tíMl •afiH’d II . ^lul If• fb* ni * i>fji t f If ' tuil’- Itf. -.11 p M( f »• Ih»' C 1 he w * » Oily iff)I’ \ III Imm> «I >1 Hi I t; iiflud, «kbl*L u<HiP >r lilt . 1. iM.11. < \íaH BaU»* r»t.J IL. irt I’*- fn»rrlcai ‘fi - ,n 1 II iVil'l«Í á /iJrf »»i I’. V. ft » o M.I1 • t T» ’<1 J' »’i •»'»»' iMtt tfMUi11 .» > I...I. Ml .Jirt- il f.P I't'I .r v'l.i -i,Y,1 ri c:, • IhJ "nc , 'V *U- Wraxi. I tf'U .ri. t . h rl . iMi .r .■?\v .a 1 1|.«t itill.i i\4t\ p Ml '1 • V> ” • 4M t . .. -4 I n-1,. - H ' h. I. d'1- .if■ 1 I. • ? ' • 1 4 •* 1 L • or >1 1 J Ul’ » ..(-»• -‘1 41,tl' )r. •Ulli h**ir Uf r.fl In I " ■ 1 Ml . 4 , 1» / * " '1 . V . • J U.' ’ t ,1 . , 1 f,!»» •. k -I.'.'J. 1 .4 > f. ' .* Í ; 1 t; * a. * L i ' i- ' 40* • 1 • J- .r» *h»* Í .11 . ' Iw: 1 Ué'w I Uffihe ! aick. I kill .1 tl r aii-n i’i. ul ul ht'dfsk i|:d Ihiug* .'i.u.r.,1 Ilia df k ' .tire, mid It.adi s II I'.; a ilk aw :y. II» b ut 11 ! .in-e Hun. Tfw iiiwiuiii Pft»»!' Tki n he aliii k He'd bsvii liki'J III «norc, iuit I -r ,u il. Uu lu a IS » a iiii/in'' And -i h » ‘I !P s .11 II, it lu . II ' ilalendlu' nf y-iiinf ,1C-,11,' Atii'l il iilEgustiu', air ? ' I un, a Pit ul a n.uriillsl, voO (re. “t. t-li, ii.a I hd <jl it n is, H-It T ura, uiui. lyihe till I rtlun-l I'iiulher ,i'isr. insdc up- I s ;i-li,J lu .,uli lbs tin-isil ;* ’Aud I aeot, *11,'ssii! Tcsb ‘I'Ot oil -nd fue. I ju*! tpoi I tliia* wutUs in X Biuiiiiu vuitr C-d III at I Hut yuii’rc ;i-Prg, ¡r wlieUu r II I. I- na .k I J, .t ji I! 1 e, p nil t Ihi- lu v( "iisi' -1 111 III Uoul. ur V n le It da id i i u.. I nili'!g'.lgjlt,:iltlili:illirid.s|. ,| ui> *11 sii T'. •il, ! Ill VI r tlil,!, a ..*1, |i ( . .,u I III li il. I ni I tliii'irM I'll t-11 liliii •», tlia rowaril alriri!alu|- iii.!>|ji Hi. iluor, I -av . Il I '111 1 'i- s.i|c.  ....... ,i i-.-t I 11 . I 1*1 I II, ill can,cl. ,*.!■.! il-i, I  ........... 'u|.|.-.J will III- , ul I I IIP, ail,I inov-d I u k. j- Ini II’ j| l.uii *lill, ,11.) lu- !*, I sbli ii- wiib 111.mPi aarril H-won't I n . 11 Hial lu ' I I gi': biiii, In a lumry. I i i- w 1 - I - s r!| 1,1 d all 11' un, M' ss V'ui, md so P» Ul' and I nrvi I heuit i-ot -u'tut a inonHi g- » I ' n Ibej I-on HI ,1 uii n.i f-.r u, sod - V- Cf 5.lJ3r7''.l UlliV*. ‘'Mell,-ctiHeiiuli,’' Is noíU«rui'í’'i, W'h j out ah} jpgo. "jOiT*- glu u u.e aunu- j miiii- iiirM, I .!»•»? rest in retorii. My : ■liiri's I Tl 11 silutial. Ymi won't i.-'iecl l-j I Ml it' in the . ,w we hear and ruiuc acroia , i,iurr th inca. 1 glTi' you wsnuiig 1 bad Bull'iiig to do wllli this ijueat,of<; PHI ni •giita III Loudon a bigblv ruape.tibte dll:: -Win tinayeil lu the In niry. It was sll In 11 - pit t-rs sotiin levra ca.o, ' ut 1 dar-ai* inn Imve tn'goitcn II. .xnd, alter ill, u aloii twice ivld Uiu.' 1 'la ou a wlnlei'a Ull'ld “ Ml arplmid-l the oP-i ivHI ,n, alij bade him proered, “ITI Binke II alnTl," anld Mi. d|-n-e “ll’a a drama In tbu e -i t* -Hieii a bP-od lu It, Pul don’t 1-e .,larni-d, I b.-g. “Act llie U'l!, then 1 ww« lond of the IiUi.abau I w.saiuoitg loaii, artii b li lu .uiiijuii. T h>- ■! r-c uj CUB Ih a deutlft’a r« III 111 the W-al k.nil ol l.ondon. Mr. . 'ei was a (wahloiia'ile dcultsl, wHU (B ei nedioglj, ali -l la i aP, d, .-¡-i Hvuanly -p taar.a.if. You uilgid biii n lak-ii biu lor a ['i.ror-1, i-i'il so tB'gUl I * -'vrrlige ilnne lip III the liuusr. ami a lady eareluili attired - M , St Ktid eutume, *>.0 tome ol th-.-w «I.U II, du pMik Vi 11 I aptlvnlle ' I liB'cii': If 11 ih ! iiiu ul, now lor :i-nr )c*K, inila-ii, Blsi diiig 111* rat * 11* , "I'd wIiiTt I it„ .11 O ' BiV»r lo tlie M si Li d lint, Will a |«d» .' aui'l. Bbi li. u tr. I lor Mr. Filiy. Ih.d gS. Ilffffllll lUS'll b's l-uW. ‘"Mr.» !fv. 'Ill said 'I h u --uu." (u you Hu ! ?tl) cii¿e.' e aa* lull M •I b. t- '■ su'hid. lUi| HU)' -! ',1 I, v-ri , l.P, IM lu iiiiiae Mr. '.Is atpial' 1 III. f I Is Hi I P. ■ ,, -I . II. .Viid I .I r)l'.-l, • I • u! ■I    -y    I I nut* all h II xt H - trul, I, I It ‘I I ' uu,, ' t.iid II al: slant 'ai* vniwl u aiiil* svloBliA'Id aiuep I *** the pb>pi< ■ Mr V:,i* p. .-lU lo    p- re-’ii'i i>- ..lijii- ’u:;i It I , lu- 11' .1'!' I '' '''Ah’ I a • tb.h 11*11 3 t. Mil '1 I ■ U. iiu*. '.I luv ' I «Í . Ú.I» vb an )I,1, I *-'i 'pi'g; * ' “Mr. Fit, y l-uw-d I» the tille. •' I kav, 1 uepl.'a. Mr Fllnj . Hu-PH. s Srist feu) erry. l.c b.i*    1 ul ol i    d»''    v    ’ils 1,-H.' Id. lie 1 " I    Hios-    lecih b«fi ri -nj*' li-e tin i-niv    sBi-l.    i s    wIP hii.t Ilia *||T"uh 1 di’lH'ts sli'ip I I, -■ III , ,1,1 ws 1 : ,it Our w ’’• lUi 1 wl-lPid-'Ph h II' Hu t'lu Hunk Hill II I i.".tit»B ti lura lura, V.’ I'd y, Ikal jn\t 00Ud ft u*b*iy tv kímvvv »■« o( two Ul ub -1 tlilhk you > vU tb '; .¿rindera— withii it Ills bein. awireol It”’ “The prop,i*l'|on wa* rather startling, but Mr. Fi ey w a au old baud, and an able ane. “lie raid be IiaJ uo doubt that if be bad tie young tberr, be would ,-itfi.'l the te- th. and b» would hardly koow aiylklng of It—ao lUdUcn and delicate Wl u'd he the'iiunl, ulslion—HU It wiaover. “‘That wb do,’?ald Ihehidy. 'You will elernally ot re hla laml'y, Mr. Filev, md dl epljfhill I teel 101“ iiied to you, helleve lUf. I will lake the Uht.-ty ul piylug you ill advmiee, It vcu 1 luwv. May I knew whit li will he?’* • Bhc dr-w lortli her t'«r*e, and pild tbe ■tim .Mr. l-iley ihoiight Ul lo deraaiuL ‘ Airang, n’s.riti WIT.-tbeu m ,de H.a' the yoai g g-:'i I •.'iiinn vbouid cull -o tbe mor r at tl „ ' clock F. M. pnclaely. Every dcvlrrio' to alarm hi--e: •Itlvvncs* iii tua ti'itter ol bi“ teith w-a pruuibrd ty .Mr. I by, who wa* lorew.inied that the yuuiig i-'idlnmnwu tt-’, utric, and druaacd not liulle III Ihe last,ion ; in fsvt, ,'omffioiily ; (o H *1. Mili ta ,ia knew It, you woald nut prirau.c brji to Ic li-irU; 1 vaat calote. “luc n-n# .-I,IS!-* on Mr. Fiicy bowliig Ibr lady liuo her i inte go, “Act H e Be- umi .Il-ldsva a Jewi-ln's hop, West Fuá. Me*»r* Ppil' bc.iek «k Ho. ' Isi'j allglil* limu b-.-r cirrUga and t-uiei^ M e ea.riat'i ar e loine ,'ewi Iry. A dioct-ai lit wl'h (IliUiOnda lit a her eye. Ibir laat* is pICHsed by a tieaiitUiil iirwi i let, and a ot tubv ear r.ugs, which aull liil complex-b n, she Hui-kt. Bhe It iisaured that tliev •ait her rdiiilnlly. Bhe Iniids her cird l.ulv ■ pri.; at prescul rcsidiug at .Mr. Ft lev’*. “'luaknew Mr Filey, the dentist ’ “'Viiy WlII, indi ed,'tlie 1* leid,‘aud Sir •VuD'psuii also, liyr naii.e.’ “B le then deslttsi ilirin to make out Hu ir lid, snd tell utr Ibe amoiiut oi her pur-.hiises. Iiinr hupund i nd odd |>ouudt Hia hill »ii,minltU to. And Hie tbopiuau w.Hi't ifleiiishcd ' Hot what i cuolry lUi* is, whore wonirn can lavlsii luiuiey on glut itai'ks-BI I tell Iiiir woe, lliiwevet, Ihe I.i y *.ii.' she w.iu'd be u.Hiutilv ■ luiged lo H.cni II. adhlri hull an hour-that was, hy two u'clnrk i-ri ctreli, nd uot i murui nt lalir Hiev Would |»,k Op the thing*, and diai-olch tbelii aud the tdli, by one ol tlisir i.-arg Bun.lo Mr. riley’s, Where H.r B*iii|e -I'ti, h'T htis'Niiid, wnU'd write out a i h- ik .till il-p Idatr Ho di t I. Boiue woBi -U's g- II aril e, I sUp(io*i. li' ivM'T, Hie r. pirsl H IS re .dllt aari nti d 1 i. .Hu' dt'pirlril, aud (11 SI I uu I lo»,'» With her I ■ li.g ho 1*1 lain II. r carii*.!'a H'. oo.l Haif. M.y the l..>rJ liiiv- m<n V un siuiidM iii»' ‘ W" 11, g, iitliTi 111, A I Hi» Third I'm I.Ml that Ihi y ore per ■ ■ 1 ar'». II. ,u-h tl- > h*vi but a »■ 1 i.e « )''ei -. A nil.' g I|. Il w ■’    ; I .lit at I • I (•’.Ink pti'i Ir. H’I ulicii 11.11. it Mr y P 1'»,    .1    1    hi    lu    .    -    .'lir    B> ep—n *• lirr l...disP ( !# Wl h'o "istt..    ■ “Ihi ntiing inal- sirs si" wl'-'i    He |, -I 1 11. ,' Into a rci in, where Ue leri tb, “Ho von »m«l| , rat, gii,t|,ic ,• ' W, ,1 . i, !v til Ply lul l the jnH-' •|, I., the ii'iini ' 'Hi, »PU *i'd •'■I will take II, to ibow niv lul»h»ud, U|. .li I». r, will lo will, you I" Uie miniilee, -I (I h 'I d loli Ih# I 1. ■ k V' 11 will eicus, III •    1 I, O'I Pi»t *sl -ix him I'l (he jei es slit I* lot llu art lira.' III I-lUise the poor Irllow thought that (UwailaU aitit •Iral^UUutaati. lU'. hAl added “‘You are «OÍ tbe nephew ol BirBami'-ou said -Mr. F iley. ‘••Ui'n’t laugb at a chap, after wh t you’ve done to him,’ growled the young mm. “‘There i.a mistake,' S'ld .Mr. Fil y. ‘.'•Ir Sjioi-.iu is uot belt. It waaan inuic.eht Strete-elli—■ “‘iLneCent '-’ sneered the yovnz mau. “ ‘ lo g, I you to submit to the operaliod, , I.oly Si rigg’i—' “‘Mill you ring for her, or not “ cHcs the en 1( eg, r nnsuajdclous youth. “The bell was lung. The ready p ■ 'i‘ lu-lormcd tbriii that loidy Sprigga bad leu th,, house shortly altirher lutervU-w w.tb lie young man. Byd.grees Uic eoumm-j mate corlidence ol Mr. Fib y in h,r lady was Uieileil uuu Ul»|" ,«eu. 'Ic iicc.uu-piinlea the yoiiua mau to .Mefars. Splleh-.Ilk’s, rehtea his abate iu t. e adviEture, Hid uiiide, bd IIS boi>e, ao'nething 1 ke dii, repi.rillim to Ibe jiuor vict'ui oi tbe clever-: ('it ii'. ii- of s^s'.-aiity I Know 01. Ibe r-■ W1S1U the baud* ul the poJie, aud my agei.P, ' In Ixindon. sir, why yeu nm so anxione to kuow -“‘Not at all,’said Harry, apeak ug as eEi.inaliéjl;y a» he l-ohed. “The lady resumed her reaiTing. An old gen Ierran, w ith two yonng l.idP-s, now en lercil the carriage. iUrr .Sptir, -Mrs. tintty, Mbs lilagd-n, l.uly (■eorjlaea FiUlar'ou, Miis Mirsb, and a doreu others, i'uere Is Hllle nee.i to talk oi liliniture ■§ a held tor woiuai '* future work. Bhe is jdowing it In .HI directioua ilreiidy. Tt. cne thing ia, to ao it IhOH ■ lugh y. .'lid let the idow go deep enough, wi'b giK'd ll.orough drain ige to begin u;eia. Wi itiiig hooks, ought IK Ver to be thoaght of sIlgliHy. In uue S'use. It U moraily a serlotia thing, a power of .id !re-iiug mauy oucewitli » lUieWhat more weight Ihsn It! i oinmcn f pec-h. Mecini.ot with-I nt lUi'ause misuse ucli i power, aud adorn, orsncerat viriue, or libel luimau nature as all low, and iiasc, and telrlih. Mie euiiDot ithout oUcuae neglect tu tu, lucUa I'ower lor a ..oodt nd; aiidlf to give pleasure II' the 'iPJi'cl of our book, m.ike It at least IB the reader un onuohUiig and re:ining pleasure. A hook o.igbt always lu he oU high ir i;., ' .r.v ' 111* author -hi# Pel'.'HiOaghU, Lit i!eiicst li tlb, his ioftleft asp.ratioO. No need to tiunt him, aud ny be U not ‘At miy rite—' on talk of mlaera'de rny’. j .m- ol us bid better get out and speak t —1 think you will allow, geutlemen, tli.t the guard ' tl.eic was il uiUtralde a'ap iur auy poor lei-li'W under tbe suu.’’ On Ibe wbiilf, we certainly Ihougli! IU»! this i.'Uiig ftlliiw was worse oil Uiau th': I olcnel. ry tlgbleued and    i    f.mal to Ills book. Ills hook onrbt uot to comprcstcd    the    rug,    aud sat glaring at    ,    i„. Qvri-ly the »v. i .ge of hit ds.iy .P,b and ibini.    ,    ,    ,    „    ...    i    t'-o'h, hut bis Ikiod line—bhc ipring tide, •‘■At    all cvenls,’    tbou-bt Harry, ‘they    j-Hom of shells aud cralUnes, and ail "ih* Ci't’l tmikc me move.    i tnusurc of tUe deep.’’ “T'bla consolatory n-Mlon had hardlv ! wbi'i'ered its barnu couilurt to h'm, vvuen i V s'igiil thoi k was lelt. lie saved hmnelf Iron, going luto Ihe old gcntlemau’s arms. 1 Hnppitv, the ladies were tO'i mach alarmed , tu noHce his e-.eeaslv- diM'ximpo. uiu. '•-Wbat’» the maiter?'sai'a the old geu t'cn an. ‘ T hi- fmln had come to a (land.    , “ '.111! wliHl is It!’ cried lUi Ihe l.idieX. “‘Stop a mii.ute, my deirn,'Bald ihe ot-i gciit'eman. ‘Don’t hu .ilirined. I’-.-r iiis Scti-C(!turr la lYeaei. In tills cot.n'-etlon I i. --a on- of thegr-it inisukc* ol your • x, luu are Very apt, K'ter you have I . ,be icUo >1, to glV 'iup altogether your bahiia ot apollia-tion, and to do nothing turther fur tbe eul-Inicof your inimla, or 1, • the enitrg-;iu--nt ot vour kuowlclge, Uf course great al-lowauee is lo i-e made for the de.iri-» of voutb rel-'i.ed from the r,atraiiits or scbort and yiridlng to ti.e plntnrrw and eujoy- “xrh, papa, yon shall not go!’ex-lilmi-d ! nents that are appropriate fj that aewou of Í.! .'Jii-i-'iSi's K Fen,;'pa we sPaH be sa'er out thin In '    “"O    “    ‘“j,*    “ lie- rgc! He* vsy yoii,gviitleiuen ;■ Hh, delId'dly' we ai.awi-r, a Ireslr bowl' Di.rPm the hr'ew we converijd. .M'. Bell y tr sd ua w th a gPosl. But th- r>t wa.- au t- • Hr; lu lie h id in It. though the wlud did (111- ,    11    was    (T.rlaiiu**.    TU- BeiP-r iu hope l:''.;elii doUlilglit,aiid Itrnek bis gaio-rs .it the real eliu u\ ,-1 Hr* pb.iiitom. '1 .us gf'lli'iuau bad eyidciitly c.m'lbing uu hi* tun d "1 ilkiipof mlscriitile -f le»,’’-ilrt I, a* I belli ir; -jl'; S t,* P- re|Ki •;!'• -d Py Mr. I, ji Kiilsi ■ - *1 -'nd great Iriumi'li in tiic ui,.| iir.'ol I'Uii'b lir, Í liK ‘'I,liking,, uiiaera tl',, it iv , ; fri, nd ol mi&i p i - d one in a I. ilwi'i -ml cc, w‘iii .-i la, 1 llilii;., *Uii',-i ‘f iirpiiic d. ’ “ wTIb F' I-H'a heir it' '. sie.l H ■ Pip-lH, iitlng ill ieiiir circle round ti •• !lr,,* In baud. “I' ll llrsi, lo i-p('n ■'.at# lire Im iiP-ula," 1 I , gall, ‘ ion till al know ¡ y lih-iKÍ. II. till-U'list liaaUlul :>i liiiii, and hr tlu'lcr* Ul diT Hie inüu'iiie ol i-t, ih merit, ire i' .;i t ni 'l) «ink. AtdlPtfd tiy a oi ab im •, II w. ulil ■ iln t,i--J.-wi; ami Purred. To'ii :i n-n Ilk- may bv a deil)' trig:-dy .V, li'ri.d, also, la liable lu nilatuiH!'- • Ill’ll wilt. 1 llglil li. irl and « cMH c ; , Pv P,r tl. -.yn I 111, hi la ;;;iially i* ribl ■ ii-viiv Mtiil, I.* II wouhi desire- 1 seiilcm il r. . till I ul he ba* aoiiir dire cila'inty lo cic.i nmiii'id,'tu III». Vnipaalt Ih f. l ility, II Is I I a kP d that n 'Plena lh< rhes-k* or a I' ,H, h,l ti'ftii. I ii.Iglil tell >1.11 tnoiiv extra ., Ml «IV advi I'luie* that bavu belalP u ujih' T III» *11* bia luH. "V» Irlend, foil must km w »- »dl i ii Idlii Harry n.p I* ave.) iim.aPI' ami tl ur eriikrlcr, out i-f lu* Imnk II* ai ! lake the In,In »i all o’elii' k In be m iru'i'e, tl, Pc ilowM a liiimlml odiea Borib or w-sl, t,i a n.kt' b. I in Hie ucvu*loi, whieb led t-, 1,1-i'l oier.le (ad iwumeye,) d"»n mulli, m l |iliied liii gauiu with aU-<'•-• a i l si.'is! .1 ih-u. llul lUe nul oi l uirg t- I- -d III I, up 'ii P 'vt lu Ho > Pif Hic Ur-I 1) Plsl    1,1    ur    «I bl* Iwrti, a-, be • .n Wl ri    01    II    ovr nlubt, and naesp*,!    ! i !■ i I Pi    I |»at    on* A. M . brnakloalld    Il'i'IPT ,1 t .    1 1    -'I    live, lUil 'juriiid to Hi,    t.ll 1. a. 11 1 II» III ii iiPl, irriviug IP-re la, , II tloUi, tim erill V , W PP 11 r--,"!' 'I ■ u i ' I ii:*11 tPal »III II he . liten d ihr ,t,i.    . II ' • '1 -1, 11 I, 111 lb-' I - II" t oa hi' 0 'd -iliViHii'/ Irowin, and nd hi well >11,1- Pi Umi • » III |ia!r, and * i "P c .1. 1    ,»l|l»L'    ' P"l g, H 1 111, 'IM.I I 111: O    ' I,'» I'll,'» IP r 111'Iiitiei-eil, H-i I'lil li II.1 it nut a||H1l It Id» Pstlll In P I 111 • In- I nu ulli Will see lo V lull., -ii tl . Ukili*. It li'C HHH h pu’di- *ll-,ii'l ' .    ...1 tl . t lluse wsr. II,. de.t loes I'l H i-axtnmfe* li* wa- Itvlng hv, and vni i.y I ol-ni Ill’ll lu Hett, I II ye l-t.fl tu tl-■ s. I Ml Baxiiii »ii‘ ' II, li .ii -H, lu.i'is’. 'i, A" it » 1* ,t*'    " <■. ,    ,    ’’I I. I’ «arad tíái Bviib Vf iV'eflf I abciUu fended not to hear. •"Ob' it must be aotfcctbiug dreaL'uI!' Tied the iadlee. “‘Will ycu o’j'.ige u',»lr‘6aU th' so'd-lary !sdv,‘by getliiig uut and «piakiug i.i till- la.vtd’-’ *'f lie iildriTc-d poor Marry. ‘•Mr. Baxon grlmai ed burri'jly. *J “’j 'uld be b happy,’ betiegin. '"Juati Hk Ulm If tUerc'sauy ippn I of d It', r,' snid tbe r-id yi ul'cm.vii. Hr nkiii bl had spokei iu Hie issei.tiiig Ici: ' “'1 k ....... 1    k.......'.lU't    '    '"ill llairv. "Tne li.llcK rci'iirded him With w-iinai'. All Ham's lioi'Ci Wi re that    tlu'y w -r-t; u    ' out still leave    him. Uangi r. ruin, di    > I    ul, he wi« ludllliTiiul l„; auy Hu „ W.IS i-c'lrr tbun hit nrev- tit tormeiil. ■I'au'l apiak, air .•■’aald tlio oid g';iille-n 111. " ■( II,'t m____tuoye.'svy*    H irry. ‘"Nu Ices    i'll” I) arm-    “ (Pe uid ;    i- Hi Ui iu ubsetved. And tel the rug dnld ly-1 I iiir in riuHlue. ‘FamlyaU—lu-v ; lliuu* I), I me!' •veral neople were out of the fr lu HiP >‘.nui, 'Tlif old geuiP-min 'c d all IP-Isiii" .-.It out, liHi, Word Wae piced tint llle-e V,. '. u gel eral Otdci to tia llatl the Hiiiri llcard 111,' ull! gi rilleiil'io -ay, ‘\V-i II.S'n’t leave Hial pour I» ow. V\ e muvl 111 t' blB nut ’ ntp :s he Was it hUi arpcl b*''igitu. I'l: ehar odtiiP» tu hliiiaelp lUd lliirv wiiu dbesuan. Ilev-rrd nut t ■ rt‘k >i!s HP lor one clear miuule tu him" II. Ilwf ire 'I ',1 iirrof llietlme bad I xjdii.l, and wlilli-lie ailí-iint» il iriyl.d iiiUllled, tbe old g-n till. I i,)K'n< il tlieuiwir, ami infuruird II irrv H .1 he wa* pre|*nd tu help bim nut. I ■ ., tP . It I t-i ly ‘ Do p    abut    the duoi,'i riid I, iry, “ ( lime, sir,’i-iid ti e old gi iiHe ti ui,*iua II 1, t 1 itiuc out (iivc mi- your aim.’ ••‘I k t.ii’l, 1 lell -.ou, «IV» Hury " hilt 1 liUi htip you, lit,’ BaU l-i. e- I I tlrii in 'I WIT 'I' *ii\'s lliiry. 'V'-ii 'iio»l I - iii*d,sir', y-'U iiiU'f P S' rk 'o op' rod tbe o 0 geutleium. H..|.,.| 'u e.HiUily, II try ii’-wrr.u. counlr i-a. Women would be much mo'e iiltisctivr to tbelr biisbande, more aseful 10 Hii'iri blldren. md tnliaileiy Potter sitii-lied with Hiemselvea, II tlioy kepi up whxt thcyleirned tl school, ami graduilly ex-p-an'ded llieir kouwledge mil aCeompliab-M, Ilia. I dunulmcau tliata wiiuian I'luuld liuile hersell to the ae jiinltaiu o( kuowl. I 1 i-s If she Wl n- 11 pruieasrcmal sch dir, ir 11 li.e scriae In wblcli a acl, nllll'- r lit— nir V pi I s.,-I lolliiwi a, me par; i iii u [-iisvult; 11 'h ie*« do I re ■( riiiuen'l In ' Ceil; ig a ■t, itli'iii"! o. kiiovili-.i ;e upon a Tirirty ol u- un.'inou* auim- ta, lUakPig lo r w at ii ■ Iiiii.nciy iteiiomiiial'.1 ;i“Uluu.’’ VV.iat I Ti-aii is, I’h'l, I Id '• "I'v cri-alnres, suB -¡. .Iild n t *1 -H.i. but “U on 1 ulaorim ,! ’..I1 a»iir,s Pel op|airi'om‘ea '.nil |1TI' It, S eidna up will, it h-T l-.iuinlc 1 1 ,1 . P . Old Hlc I ildl» of gi-U-He -n I iHes wiii'It a-ld ao moch lo bar atuu-d Hit: ladiea, loukuig uau-l p’ceae abut tbi duoi,' Th-n yon n.U't    ho    dragged out,    *,    . -'r irgf-S I I'.: Ill lone, lunin I •:    ,    ,r I-: aid aliunlid III,    old    »ntliiu«n, ' Tlirgain' ?*me    up,    l-uf onlv to    aav    F * a !-!:■■ ti irin. 1 be fntn hi-1 aliik-'ii u'l ol 1- Ho 1 rr1 li'iS. a- d turn - I « fen In, p Il lo rr.u'H't—'.!! a>* right DOW, *jd e* ly I d) «*• tn ataplr. .1 i:.e w- Id -I- - n'on- “II!« I, li . n (1.1 '.I '    •)    Mi ■axon'* n • ic.tniH, : '. ‘i|»*'i P *.-n--m-'-1 •(' liiy Ig,,c.i*iug lU'.m, aliii arfxlSi Oaik ' ,1,(1 Kii i-iue—and tn,.ke bei *0 atiro tlv* 10 -II.era. -.'-ob «omen lover gr w oid ar : iiiTir h-s- their uHraition. Tiic dit- ’ lii.iiiaPi'd woiiicu o( Fmiii-e, of wioim »» r, dlnrotciuoiiiarv uiwi'iuiis, nt Ui-age ul I ieverdy Wl .1-piUUi) luiire nUracttve lu *0-. le!) bl ull cluaea ol lueii, Iroiu tbelr i - s' oFanv tiun uf li't-, tln-lr dtmlrabie ludg, I uitid.Hi" illgiiFled cuiirleay and I, lu tun* 1 •oili“ »s<'l Hicit iiiuiiii-r», ami tie. ii --d-iiig , luirm slid gmcu ol Ibnli' cou*eraii un, I Uiair woiiii'Uradoini wilb youth and Pciuty. A gii-at dc-1 of |ilei*nre la, morciver, en I iiivi* I T a woii-D,ar,il b«at-wed u|"in oUt* eta, hy kiepuig uji her ni' imtplllUmnut*, and by cularging H - m snordln.; tu her laite 1(1(1 lucllU'Him. The*-, w-men arc a|.| (oaPmdnu dl -g-ilier wluutluy mirry, loratUlug Uiut Py <1-Hig »u tUy very niiicU diuiiiiish Ul II pitwauri s . I'd ■ a'en tk-lr aU iHntioii. Wltb ris¡" .llu Hie (udlvnlloa uf hra'cli»» of knowledge. H e; cm nevei' 111 very Bumerutia, Il la luviier lo kn.iw u tl iiig aei uratviy H m to ..n-b rt ikr to ku i« a L-I, al deil. tu I'lVi «I- - ,ti -ur Hong ’-Jlly Ul t I vou ri .'!ly kiiiift 1|, h i, a In llbr,'!!"'! 1-1 on the II ud. Tu mu -ui-irs iidj -• i 11 lU) s -I 1 ini 1 1, t 1,1 ol'*!! oioii. It A I .rina'-.riv -n - ■ i -m' l: t ,. ‘ |Oin ne rsly to ms." I 'Il pi'.i of wl It *■■ ki iw. Khiiwl- I lice‘hoii'il P* ’..fid I-I !■* own Ilk .fir Ho ).lia»'in iioi IP,'o»w. I wui'U It gUiiB, II I t 111 '-T '111 V•" I- o; Fa p ■<e>*p.u. Xt i *1 wliu c-til    livr B'l iiHi»i pur. ) 1 r II. .n 'o d •"! .y II, aill vrsy    f|oJ I.TSi-f roll I.i"! by loriu-:» nt ay-rPFnl I » h- ■ t' I' ’» 1 ip i'l" .1    •. I' ■- •' ersi's, u ot.'iver, to ► I I 0». H .t ' nowlulg# U B'lly to hi gut Piiiii l-onka It I. lo befon-.d III net) Pilig iioi'w* i>b»k«#|"ai-apisk ■ , • ""'o.oiia I «luiiea'' l-d ,re g*i lug* wit L'.own .i«*iiPti t, *ndlh*'.in»ia ’'isídnit II,11- ir .1 of Hoi I'aril. Wld'b *» IBI. 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