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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 10, 1861, Cincinnati, Ohio rm    WtERLV    frWEJ*."Hlie£PEIiD£NT    m    all    thihss,    neutral    íN    nothin»    ” - VOLUME xvra.-i\0. 13CCVCEVIVATI, THURJSIlAY, JAXUAUY' J«. 1»«1 i>M IXtLLAK PFJi V'EAlt. ■ RTITiFifTTTlTl StTFlTmTRS *“* o«*»1oh r»'»' «hn«, Uir»w U round klnt, M }oa an kvnre. niiiat b« bimtbed UAJJ A v;uuOt hw n»ri AToekH wm uucM lo Ik ; tala nboni the murdtr " ■ , . .    Her    rheek»’crlmton weot »nd came, hw ' Mr. Cartrle pirclT Dodiitad. ! MI A ?S I T NI ~N] FT!    “>or«    rapldl;.    She    oould noil "Mamoa do«a aa han> upon Brtb'i. I      *    I a word of thanki and Mr (.Arlale 11 know that tUa draa aroae Irf ui no I    look Of» the ron, and walked on Into the I In the world bnt becauaa a re aaw ht^ preMce of Hra. Hare.    I    the ^ale rmerdaT. Not tha( aha ll£. Barbara tollownd In a few mlnutee. Ha ! waa ha who did It; nnfoitnnately th< nother wm rtandlnir nji, watebloK with | no room for that: bnt ahe will i>ara!f artad al^'.gbl ra the^rore of Are Tcuaxnl 1 mytha'"retnrlad RiCba.’^l “    '    '1,    5yrden.    Ikhai    wa»    “So!    erau    yew    doa'.t    me*’’ '*e cf "Ri^tiard,' aha anddati y airlalmad, »hy ^>^‘ M nut tall the whole rirctio.tao ra to Aro.' Carlyle’ If aoy .me can htlj .roo, ot I tal TO arTBon of tamaT."‘ otaaalau’a POaM," BTC. fro* the Yerta Courier and Kunnlm 1 THV KlhHT kiirx (UltlSriAS. "b* fohowla^ amnrioc rarody upon Clamaat M'v.ra'eniiaauallad "Ntitat b<for* Chrialma»,'’ W.» mt u« by a (rtand fo' paWUatlon . Twr* the aicbt after tkriatoiM, «bao all Urengta the taonaa. ^r»ry aoe. waa abed, and a» atli! at a mnnae, rhpre rtorJrtnp M lately «•, Mcb.iU»' car*. Wan- nmpt!«d >4 all tbat wa» raubliahod ttaarr. “he Itar.ln** had duly been turked In their With rery fuc riomarha and pala In Ihelr baadf. 1 waa    away    m    mr new cotton cap. A;*l b ancy wa» ralbar far (one la a rap. '* b»p .. It tn the Nur* ry nw* such • elatl*r, tv''faiif rpim m.> •loap -rrjlnf "’’’bat la iim maiiorf" ■ baa '0 asrb bad .ida wtlll hall Is a doaa. Tot» 0^ the and threw 'iff thaelotbea, wkila Itaa Ufoi of ihf tapw aamad plainly to nt I'ltnotu pllftat ofthnaa otearte halo»', fnr wbf! lo iba food ft!har‘e ayai abonid appear, But the itul' pair fare cf rech *101! lltUa dear Tor «a h pet that bad crtrnuied lUalf fall m a U'W ' ba< w .a .• moment now felt Ilka old Nick. Tb' Ir 7    ere I an id. their breathlne tot «ma. Wtri ipetr atiriua' lui raiecled I’ll meniton by e<m»— New 'lurkay. now gluffini, Plum Yuddlnga of ooLi-ae,    ’ As: Ciieiarda. and t niUatr aadCranberry aaoca. ftafoia ''ctrnceo uatura, all waul to the wall. T»« - lollTpor*. Fiepduodla. titnnai and all. LAa t ei'cu «nlch -ifchlni from pop-funa let fly. Went tj», iiutt »t.d raíalo». Jam. leiiy and pit, r ■ CMS errr; ' ef die; wa» bT'Oifht to my rlaw. To the •batoe ot Mamma and biota Clana Wr I *irned from the right, to my bed room ateppad ba'W, io'l MOdght out a phial marked '111». Ipacar. ' Vhas 0.» Nancy—for thrlrrefferlngt «horeed her I)f.n . y. n 'hlnta you h»dl>ei'.a- tore ;an foi the 'Jr.tort I Ma eL.d e»e ►•'»ioeh- from mdir ir.y roof, "'b*-' I heard tne iiirp claiter of old J»iip» Ir- -1 1 m'rb' ii> that I hardly h»d tornad myrelf lar-l Tanihi' iroctor came lido the room with a 'Knind He ' er u.Tcrcd n ,th mad fruin head to foot, aad the » b» ht 1 ou wa* hi» vrr* «or»', inlt: li»h»ri lerllv had time W pat that mi hla back, Aad h* lookrd Hire la'eUii liall fuddled with •ACl fliir. e how 'hey twinWledI Had the do;'*» get merry; H «raeeta ’oobed Ilka Pbr'aud h'.a breathamelt n Atn i' Hr badi,'! beeo »ha*ed fora fortn'ght nr ao. And iba neard oo hli chdi waiui I white aa the mow. Jhii la'i'O-ting their lotíoa» In aplte of tSelr ior*r. And riraw'lhg bi.< watrb from hie watatcaat be I e»'h- H-.f*-'> enb i'U er -•»..i»i-    oa<h    little hally W'lei grt nd here he laogbed 'of the reel of that Jelly. ■■ ' gtred on each clmbby, piomp. sick little elf, '■id groaned when ho »»ld ao- In iplUof my -o' a wink of tl» ere uhro he pbjelcKtd oni r-od, .001,-rive TOO 10 koo'» I had nothing to dread. Ha 'i'dn t preeer1b*--hut rrent ilraighlway to wirk, and donad all tie rcit-s»iaUn tr 'waora ajerk, Aid addltiidlrertlont, whileblowlc* hlenoae- Ba ha- toued bl* toat- from the chair he aroaa, Than J". mped la hie gig- -gave old Jalap a « hietia, Aid U jp <!»*hcd rifl aa If pricked by a t'lUtle. foil the Doctor eidalmed. era bo had drove out "f »tghl, Tbiyll « well hr to raorrow-food nlgbtl Jonae good nlghC mg u rvu pretty Barbare “Richard,” apnke ur M tween her thawU, tba Inal [u o h TI h c a n .J The Jiiitice came In. AniiddlaaUod mao, vrltk pompoua featarat a tompoui walk, and a Saaen vric. In hla aqniUne noae, com-pr«»aed llpa and {lOlnted oblo, might b« trailed a rcscmblaroa to aia daugbter thoosli he never coiM bara baan hall ai good-look-■■ Barbare Mia. Haia from ba-natantAa opanod tba door. “Wellf” “'Would yon pUiaalat msht»t taa In now* Would you Tery nmoh mind takinj; it a Uttla aarlJir this «Tauinrf I am fe»fri«*i again, and my ton^e la a» parchad, I don’t know how to »[>aok.’’ “Oh, ll'i nni' aei en . j in won’t bare long to waiu” With ihii nceedtnr'» gracloua onawer to an iDTalid’e raqneat, Mr' Hare quitted the I room again, and bang -d the door. He bad 1 not apoken unklndTy or ro (^ly, aimpiv I with ludlfference. But ere Mr*.Mare's meek atgb of uiaappolntment wm over, the danr wai r<<»i wed, and the Sai*n wig thmat In agvln I “I doo’t mind U 1 da hayeltniiw. It will be a fine moonlight night, aad I am going with PtuneTasbruBcanchAmp’s,tOfm'>k» a pUhi. Order ll In, Biabara ” The (eat wm mada, and partaken ct, and ' the luailce departed for Mr, Bcancbamp't, I Squire Ibanar cnUtng for him a! the gate. , Mr. Beauchamp wm a gentlatnan who uka neasi to retabliab oan. And yon kn r Innocence ha plaaaad axpactation the moTementir'nf Mr. Carlyle. So candlM were In tha poom. but It WM bright with hralirtt "Now don't roe langn at me," quoth he, _____  ,    ^    ---------- nntylsg the aning of the parcel. “It ia not 1 eland had tüleo upon the hoaae o' a roll of relret for a dresa, and It la not a ' Hare, and It -u an nnbappy aubjaci roll of lATohaent, contening twenty ihon ' bare continued: tatad pounds a year. B it It *a-«n alr-coiblnn r* It WM what poor Mn. Hi re. aa worn with altUng and lying, had often longed for aha had hoard such a luxury veta to be bongnt In London, hat never remembarad to have aaenoua. 6b« took It alnoat with agraady baad, caetliix a grateful look at Mr. Uarlyla. “How am 1 to thank you fur ttt” aba mar mured through her team. “If you thank ma at all, 1 will nevar bring von anything again," cried ne, gallv, I'leaaed I ------- to aoe herao jiloMid; for.wba' e~-ihc junlca alnce—alnac and Barbar* may iiave done, Ae ii It lively I Barbara ih ‘U. he bad a hand lo It In some way . ha ants her dreams. *' Mr. Carlyle walked on In allance ii there wm no reply tust be eonld mak Bnt. for mamma to have taktr. U Ir nead that ’lonie avU la gvilcg to happ auae aha hM had this draam, aad to haraalf mltarahla ovar it, la to vary > that I have lalt quh» otom with bar a Such Qouaanaa, yon know, Archibald, Uavt that draama gtva algut of what b to happan! ao far Vthiud thaM anligl day»!’ •’Tonr mimma’a trouble la great, B» and the la not virorig.”    ' 1 tbiiik a’ ■ r troubles have been . dark e cnlng,” iMp< ki'Tbera’aao other ma», living ^ited with the accret tha’ 1 »-n here, e (’«rlyla W>,»re ii li snppoacd that ktJt*rh»r« »'■ lofue,' anJ Ike ; ; ■». ■ ■ - *.•; »»il.,ii «. the aummrr taase* Thty «'ra j‘0 ncic .vea’S'dij. ".r «.'..r tkc uidcr,*v!, watlirg ,'ou K, act I'M tun, and • .h l>e htrc to dty for ar : ,wcr." “I will nut act fcr ciihcr" aald Hr Ct--Uiai be la inie m Ivlt: -I wH. hare nothing to do with thee Tiiey era a ;«d .■>(, and 1; v* aa    • Mf' “ "I uui'-.v»* 'h»ir c'it*ir.hig ll.c n. -ucT In the *r>'. ior'uui"*. . hou rtguet ful ou'. frv eat men gal tncir nw n. 1 d» hni :'.ther. lo: them can) ¡h juac’vj i »<im> bodt clac. ■ ••frcri. ¿ocl “ rer. lc] Mr iHil Aarbara » uiuk you arc di ,Aiialr».i« llic very ukcc /Tliiel mammi A rce .r. .nee that * been aeon at Llvtrjiool In an Aua- . a‘me that yon .ccrjilniy haa LADIES DEPARTMENT, lUea! the Irrtrli tjppre<a The I.rtj'l'-'r 'on - , ' >n' ofT!:» I.lvir-pjol A..<li>a H)» thoi !;» c’-iC,' K'ljp'B f hu Itovn h'f; in pruc v; CiariJqi » ii’r rlnn-tl .- rtiurt. lOiU. '.cit I’y.rig ucl yt .erv    >1-1.: I " . . ;*■ r. a'li i i r- : *Ljg»t;:r‘ 't ri T..Í '.-I Mr Hirr.» . •Ainr Worn. • HraiTe the H iju r, ran cr it«i. ;h- (Jueen cf    aihir ...i-ti ». 'tih'tr:,    ;    ciwi    ¡.ji • •. t'« ficM .VarihaJ • aril .r..i tr- n cj-..'.n of ILi • CuIr.Rftl    •    tere.    »i.',    éfÉld    t    of    ih-Vin-ir    ni. penirg he sic r a-d «.Idrcae ■.* Mr. Car lutid ihip, but we "conl l nut trace ; ijie. Can ) * m ' h.'i. ' lUnUu ,t."    Mr.    DU!    tuned    round t“ the clera none. I d'clged my «a» to Lon-j the colo d »" ■»!;    ! ib’rl tfc»’’» •‘ ml have l>een.“ '    all,'    he    added    lo hi* m»«-.r. u the nun «la'ileyacd¡withdrew >i d 3o no b«lte.r 1 wj* not brought ’'A ery *c1!,    ,    cnaln    la-»    ra will be ,v^.T'diir.g. and I did underar»C'l h' '• down in a f"w Cav* r .i. . if wcS,'» luau that the poMca-ninnrr» were and clsH' a on f;» i.ia. j,>un s.,» »ould be more aafa in oba-'urliy, eon- are coming «iih ih» '.Ui ■: I.f rlnghe wa* vgenliemtn, ihan ..... It ir iara turned •udde».|v ar.d nl»ccd her j Aand upon her hr. l. t » uioulb. ■‘Boilent pitv for Mr*. Hare, ayanpathlilng vlth hurl “lUve you heard ftom Axntf” Inu •uBerlnga. “I btva heard yon with for ih* | ifr. Carlyle, wliling to chango the tab|( oomfortof an alr-ciuhlon, and nappanlngto I “Ym, the la very weU. What do ae* •unit dltpUycd In a window In tha think they ara going to name the ha Strand, It put me la mind to brum you one.~ How thin It lal” ciclaimad Mra. Hare “Thin' Oh yva, thlc at preaeni, bacaoae It ia not • Siad,’ m out frlanda ovar tha Ate lanUc MT. 8m ; this la the iray to dii it with air. There. It la thick now." “It WM to truly kind to think of me. Archibald’” “I hare beau Ulling Barbara that a rliIt to London entalla brining gifts for Iriaoda,” ratnrned Mr. OariyU. “Do yon m« bow smart 1 have mada Barbara *” Barbara bMtlly took oil Uieohain, and laid it befare bar molhar ! (aruied a crtwt deal of land, and who wm I also T^rd Mount Severn't agent, orateward, for liait Lynue. He lived higher up the road, to've Utllo dlatauoe bayond Raet Lynne. •’1 ap to coW, Barbera,” ahlverad N'ra. Jara, m ahe vrauhod the Iniilce down the rra.el iwth. “1 wonder If > lur Ml« wuunl >«y it wit fcouah of m«, u 1 pud them to I light It hit of flrel” ’ “Have U Ughtod 1Í you Ilka,' responded Barbara, rln.lng the bell, ' P.;pi will know nothing about it, one way or the other, for he won’t be boine till alter bcdliujt. I aster, maiuui* U cold, and would U’«e a fire ligbttd ’’ “Pleulj of »lk»>, '.up.T. that it m»y burn up quli kly. ’-alit Mr». Hsru, in a pli.a<ilug voice; a* "f the aticka ware Jaaper'aand not h»r*. Mra. 11*0- got her (ire, and ahe drew her chair tn froi t, itnd put her leel oti the fen-di-r, to citch tt warmth. Birbara, liitlesa atui. vr-i Ir o the trlJ, took a wi.olen,    „jy    ioVlng whan I .Md ao. " Ó'*'    ' V*". ,    ’    intcmiption    if    Barbara    “Of her tlionldcre ^d went oa . She strolled , ¡j    ^ «>.elDik¿í;^rcalwsy,.n.p. n- ^ UvkA, kUwíBjnocíh ^    J'l*'    mlud    mUfurtune, tdillly for the i^luuin'g of MeJ. i    I*"*.-F.“" »bopu^ brought Anne. after b.- sod mamma. SoTery a name!’ “1 do b“t D.luk »o,” said Mr. Carl^ “It Is limpls sud urpii'tsodlng; 1 Uks It anch. Look at tha long, pretoatloat names ia onr hunlly—Arehlbald Oornallal And yoam, too—Barbara t What a monthfal tb«y all arer’ Barbara contracted her syebrovw I« wm , _    . eqalvolent to Mylng thU ha did not Uku her Hare "I do know It Bvrbor*. uaois.    “Than why rltk it ’ Should inammt see “Had tha maglatrstM a boay day yeoter-: T'"'. "iU kill her outright.’’ day, do youknow?" ha rMumed.    “I caji’l live on m I am LTing,"he an- 'Vsry, I btliava. That woman is com- ; awared^ glocmi y. 'I have been working ithem lar-fany 1 •thin, Aiid ■' y- Dill gr.i» a nod. >*’■(!‘lor y'lUr llfr,’’ »b» whlfp'red: “ I.ert’» “K ». Lji.nt .* *'• ui lo i Lang' haciL ■■    p*i'»."    VuJ    li.    puM-M.n.'pr'.j'Crl) from »L su.!.»r 0    ■.Mi come’ 'ol-'"’h vre heard apj.r .achti'ij :-I ,a e,' r. ««t f m»'. liEi Mmiit .»evern 1: i» I.,., w 1' . jüi.uuere>' ’    !’.lut-of .Iu»U I. Hart aiidhqulrj I’inncr I;..; ‘uirv’. , b>-• '.n »;itl ctui.‘>u*,’' coc.iuaei “Didyou kuow'me. BATbtra wm hla ro-i    *al'*’d >c, the f iriner came In 'T;,e MriCarirls oliMlor,    '    br..f.erandi.»terctweredi'jetic,-.» ar.-eir ! “It jiuit h li** L‘-Cvfue !-.•’.L “How WM It Ukaly—In this dPgultc ' a daring to breitbo: vou uiigui .nava hea.'U iteiher' " thoogLterooae'l (ovnilnd ’.hat it might be ¡    beating,    ilr. lure cloaed N... ft' eh'irt ct ll. I Jan-v bn tomo one from you, «nd even that made ma '    “"i wall'd cc up the ;‘»'.h.    Lycne be 'Ls, o* .a of eub fntt Not a tlak with korror. Haw eould you beso’    ir“i Richard." "be pMtllr «aid •yUaaletbr'iid juu undi-raiand ' haaardoua a* to ojms her*? ’sl)e added, i "I't»cc not »uv another minute. Be here ¡ "All right, M .VrchibelJ. Who la the —rlngiag bar banila. “If you ere ditcov'i    to-inorrow uignt, and mtanwi.ile I j an uiaer • It 1» a tine prei'crtv ' od.ltiacertalndoe’h; dealt—upon—yi3o^‘^'*'^’'*'*‘caDbsd'i!i( ■■ erod koowl" ’’Upon tba gibbet," returned Ricliard a great d*«l: ibla la buyond a irlfie.’’ “Nonaenas!" Iingbed Mr. Carlyle. “I’U tell you both haw ' oamu to bay it. 1 waot Into a Jeweic: a about my watcb, which hM lakau to losa lately In a moat uniieroiuoni-0P» tkahtur., and t'liere I aaw aw holt display a i chain*, Uanglog np ■, tonic pundcroiiit •iongh for a .herlff. Mime light and elegant uu'iugb for Barbara; I d *11116 to aec a thick chain on » Itdv'a neck. Thav put mo in miud of the ct.ain the lost the'day aha and toraelia wsol with lae to Lynneborjugh; which 111»* Barbara peralsttd In doelariag wu my Ikult, for draggiag her through the town, rtght-arelng whi's CerneUa did her ihopplng—lor it wm then the chain wai losu’' she WM at the Cwstlr hardly long «nOu-^j Ki wlih Prit.',«- .a:. ;b tiuu tneni« lit, hr. aj; r'*i-hmg nuptAlj ijr young Hcis'vri, ». ■ w, i ii c.-V aik iut‘< Mr. Bull 1 hr the ..ullH, and inh , 1"., which u verv aniii. I. H ■*.d by crr'ain ;-eojli, that.» iJ*uy l;i‘ r- !• no «.iirg any Ui mortgage» thing w.i., ci rt*.niy ih'ut it, ihai I 'iCfírru f‘ - Pari» '.n M u la... Tl.c impr ;" • Iceca I w»n. m.nt ;ri her htaiiu fr un inr siijoan. in ih.»-T.r .‘V and    n,lc.'and Lycivi ir «'■■.•-tLv, «!ii Í. i 'n-.dit'hv.i L'lr,- anD ', ii-luaiii ill' :,i-.i -ll v'.!j w.iii ih'- bin- It .l l.-tir.-» 'if '.he atuio»] ij- n-aiiii ,nr ¡.jU'1-ccilor.x; I'la.p'rxijii I'l c> ryU.i:.g. ¡.a- i. A I»'!: vrry j'l .-c ¡ tl",-. iL- lUi,'o'. Ctnct t in Lt c.. iit-'ip'tli'-r i.n>.bic. ll w.jj ii be r* b>. ■ out were it "i c.ri-o-. hg *hc ii-ir r"-iiv-d *• th-    '■! It r ii'i»:ii!ié r ia'.c trd [ res- e'-t Í : /JO.. -U pid.r. I'r.iier.v and Klal'itii;, and all t.c funrdi'.ile •nu’ijcry ol ih ■ Lc/a ;■ a, not i iluni.'.'y el whuiii    - hear her my    ...aO .f Ihe vcrc lUi w.I' 1» Hfih -ate a .1 r t' in th» Pnri* M*r- n luíl-ií ^ eOiiS. j-efiT e't... ft Eaet a .a    a>au.,    a    -    ,..,c    1    |    *-01 uaari 11 i- a lluc '.IOTi*    ,    ll » tlflh -at» a ..1 T f' In tn*- fnrl* »' >l*r. rul ace what can bs d'lUA'    "Mr    mJIc.'., “I’on wi.l know , u,; wmh '.rrhapr. 'ut v ish'» ll - v.rc Sbe WM apeeding away, bnt Richard held | who long bctcre the world does. Liaminc ; wóudcrfui *.« iht I'ar’.igo i-a the Lai,.ri'« isr back. ‘ You did U'.r a«em to bahavstuy liie deed* with » Jew', eye. And n *« aenil, *moe the da.. onJi Laif n Ji leu jisra neo Baroani broke onl ot It* tn-wi and flcv ! cniiar aanctum. Heri he »»» What a bMutlful chain!” nitarad Mrs. mitted for th* maaalanghter of bar ciflld. ;Liitidon ever Hara, In sniq-rlte. “Archibald, yon are too But you taava not remained lung enough for j “In la.cdm !" Int'rrupttil BariiirA ,    u.    u >    *    . i i , r ...... .----- I good, too gtneron»! Tin* most htft coat ma to glva yon any nawa "    !    "In    Loni'    la    andh»>» nv t ttlrred oni I    nf-    Hare wm airralv In, lo *ing I Mr. Catiyk w** ,.ui or enga'j-í. and Ji'rc he i.u, ------......... Th»y    ramihed    the    gata,    and    Mr.    (orly’ie    c.flt. It U hard wori l-r ir.r and now I! *''‘1    door.    'L'-i    lae    In papa, , uta.d jrivau: ord-ro. •* ntUt wlnuow, i,.t Kare., . . ..¡.......     .    ..    .. wMobont to fitat out ol It, whan llarbara ' I*"*® "u opp>»r;nulv if Sa'rg t>etter. If j *he call'<l out. . ,,    ,    ilar»'ir thin ai*ne of gUn. lokcd out fr ni j n»;ni.r Ihvt wiull i miy n.-kt atorn laid her hand OB hla arm to dataln him, an'l •B®* A monty Pa.'i.a, a my mother '    ‘“® fpe-nen th* Q«'ir ag^m. and - It on 'Ae rltrk»’office: tbcv cauid it O.u | hiu..h. iiu. h'i ini.ui. to buoi. let mr hnva I!: ll .« whai I na-.a I'omj’‘'* "*”“    '''1“’**°*    '■    ’*■ ’’ d tu» | üi.. » peepholr, am wivhvu li auywhiT' W .' lo.- tn» t n « o t!.- ¿.ni-a'ih .! her wcrtion of Htnisjsnir. Ba-b^*, we aré | In BelhfL    '    wecii M. ■.em 'i»clli- V-mtj.’    • iei-trlllrd    iL, here alone In the itUl night, w'th Cod above ■ Betwe-m the roam    of .Mr tartyW aodtnit | British d'jwi.grre. n.iue an I    Icuiaic, of    ih- 111 a- tniK M ibal yon and I mull t"m< ¡ of the clerk *    was a    «maU *>iu*re ipact. »i , Vcmiomt. w* ' rMcl;    ihoi «i.a    hri lime meet Him face to face, I uodyontrnth.; hall, Laving    Ingrt-s* aia.; Irum the L' u*.-. m,„oii i'i»ioi. aui. »lng < .''r'    ii'. !;» * i    j» It WM Thorn miirilared Ua,l'johu, and 1 had piiMigo, anulher room or.'.-nal from It, altUiaa - » <'tar«' J loil ' vulti'g ni •-•ire nothing whaluver lo Jo with ih"    !    narrow    on",    whii    h    was    Mr Dill’a own i< llifl. lt,tot.-ea i'! •: •,•*». of * li --rury pro: c- r clicuta wb';i; witclui/g iti' w, ,j aili m. .e i.iUctrlm-la.;..-n la*l *■ u'. have c-o-.d Kart) t,. Cip'.-r bket C.' ,1;    . .--a ii*'as apoke In a timid vuioa. “Arcbl"ald.“ ; “What la It?"    itCMkfor.' - “I have not taid a word of taaota to you ! ”H"w ar. ! for thls,“»ba Mid, U'uching Ifae clitic aiu locket “Biv toane aesmed tied. not deem me nugrateTuL” “You faoLah gill!—It la not north iLeia There U'lw 1 am paid, liood light, Barbara.’’ iqw.-rMiig! Wlialal’’ "iu . «labli-varA” “.V »'j.r le 1 j-d"’ h» utlei d, iu a .' ecplv •ho,'.t* UAH- “KIl ' '’d'' “U"! Ti e .,1-=.i.if woull b- A « mei-ehaat, ora i»ii*tr,. ;ierh. ll'i se.Tcurv lo one of her M*jc»iv’a nun.* OilLal’l lla had bent down and kitted her cheat., *'*® ® genueman at úrgs, liviag on my for-twung itarough the gate, laogkiag, tBd¡l'-mai’ retorud Hldiard Hare, in a tone of atrade wwav. "I),m’t nay I novor glva you chafed an¿ liih, peuJ'U to bear. “I get able ulgbt a nly e oiiCori la,■ I- '•iiii.i i.-uihe.iet-d t'l Mire. He taail never kitead bar,    i“'*c H- ‘'Dh, w>>- last she could remeiribe», since *ht wm a    I    work ta»’ w „ ! Oai ehlld. And when th-* returned In door*, b»r I “ril, tb.v. y.ju must h. •'«Irlts were *•« eitravagautly high, that Mr», i m iiieduaM " Harr w.ind*r»il    i    “i did utat commftk'a    an,'”-C'r.-piled. "Ring lorihe lami>, Barbara,and yon can    !    "Mbii!" iiiaexcljlmtJ. Wi a. briuga you out at this time of night, young holy! " “I weal down to ib* gate to lo< k for yu," »U.- panti aud h-d—tal—atrolird '>vcr tl- :!ic »idt patl-. Did you uot aee ...e • ',» wa* tp-lhful by raturt at d htbl , bnt, In tueh a ca'aac, how couM she avolii dlacimiiatiOD * "Thank you. l«pa.” ihe a*i<l, M ana went In. “You ought Ui have bi-an la bed an hour ago,” angrily reepon.lad Mr Justice Hare. 'llalli,*! i II'.r his »;-ei*elt» unght he di-.erarJ aiikiaora fre.juiatly thtn wa* agnrebl'-The i.'lj gcii'lv.naa bad a drek also in luel'-rlflcc, *ud til' re lit frcqnentlv eat. He *a» »if.ii g lucre lu ttvlf, ihia ai,U'. morniLg. I keeping a •hiip lo.,k-out around L;; i. wbi-i. ; 1 iL" dojr timidly i-pened, and the -'rctty fac I and the moon w*a getting high lu the ekv’ I•“f''®**- snd «nltryedupon their get t ■ .vour work. But don’t have the abut- “Buhara, I iwcai tha: 1 am iunocrn!, I ‘■ll-...., . Ill 1,. e »'• -i .I convenience lor holdlag dcceaiad relatives’ t®ri cloifd: I like to look am, oulhcaelight I I *»*"“• I    tha    man    w*a uljhta ”    uiurJarad, I *we*r'.ta'. from ii,v . wu ; • Barbara, however, liid not get to her work. 1 i-T® kn.'WitJgi:, my #j; alfhl, t kii"« no •ko also perhti* liked "looklTig out, on a ' me* who did It than y-ju. Thegueaaing light night, ’ for aha *at down at the win-1 »t K is tnaagb for ma. an 1 my guot la a* cow wa* Uviu - the last half hoar ovar i *of* •“ I”*®.* bi* *’ ’-hat tnm , n I* Don’t say I never etve ron auv-iio'- 'Writleo for the (Inrlanail Tin TO i POKTKJ«. ■*MH*u. r ti*ca If I ware dwalwr of von »ur, Th*i gllmuara through the tracklet* wiata Of «'Jic' b'*», ao golilanly -A g«iB ‘>11 Heavnii'» falrbotom plared . tr .'"und ma **ag ». isTrlau I’-roog, And »W»P* the aarreii rbordi along In iw-4'í high pral»*—thl», only iLla. W ould tall ttaa «wealiieM if tba Mira I ga'Aer from thy «mg. flweet tinge». In thy haarf» o«n .ay AM ihoQghu and word» with to win Ti . acui fro» oat lit Stjglic w»y_ From out tia mitl of 8in_ Iiove ihrtlla ihy toul. .reice, t»nUalight BraothM tofUj fh';jflgh It* thadowy nüft'. Aid •ccMhs ciieh and bear away Wsrete r**:!»] niM*of Dav. tVi Diinle of ttay flight POVEBm JIOiY. Bt r 0 urn. '.mi'jig, tbo dark, rold wln’S’ Oqpjng. tiM driving allot. 'Mbia. th» tbawlIsM »houl<*s«t '«vafiig. the •huaiees f«M I 'iqaalBC. the dreary baU-ot'-ro Oreo In», the dripping rale •■>>aijiig, iriM hoagor’» *orrirw, r<,mliig. hoart-fi iiawig    ' («M1U». Uia wlnl^ howling. Coiarng. tho drifting ^  „. ining»now. rviiiilag. ih< wind'» «harp plorclD» .wnTng. hbaitercd wot. N :»*tM*, asd huaiele»». tad ft isadiew. Tull In thaChriii'in’i »y* 1 i aw mv »»» ihott ma iod lay file down to dir ■firtKtr to jlrid the hattJe, Vt’.er to end th" ilrif» Ha'ttr to die whil» Ilrieg. Thtn live.dying id» Itsi «I in »lop *h» pnlire, T^n fa»l tUn mhlv boe’ I Ireerlng, wtaora are ihsi'hrlttlan womsn ’ Th» Ctarteilan meo-wbwa ihoy Bagging th»m»eiT»« In oomfori. '■vliti' tha weary ram lo flay» '"arming th - fhrutl»!! grv e» At h* glowing i-oal-hiaptil era'» 'am' th'Jn for»*i th* wrolrh»d "hat -rosoh *10*1 d thy gtir • ’rboi ihyt hrmitii hiag U pillowed th*u •inaik.M w" . ttare «w».! viLit ta'jii f''rg»t Ibe eln’iar <ruo»« bid I» P Ih» •U«i I Vc*v»d ht. IB'J uapltlwl. fo“ lu lb* 1-I|-I«ll4« - I.-' I ®ya •« my reg» akout m •. k 'i1 Itf nil '11 >11 M ill» ’ <khri.k>iA Ilia: Alt - F ' Í "I if» C|». I . '.l-.;cr'»B’fh* fhirés tg. IC't flrraaalBf. or 1'» itiily 'h'oi. fat" HIT ftiirybjiil w'lib iLtfiri'ut nar» lurrtl tfrr lurr»! Ol lay ( ••II» lu hr Al’ i'*:«r»« of bet ty Ar’ iiitsr III Iba Ian V V iaii pal»» • "f •raodi'ur. riiei f ir i»ntnila» will alaag, Pu a.I "f them m> bmallfill 1 Ifii lull"- • oitiid compvrr I h» •h"'!" "I cTeryylrti a w < ■ r.) I ••l!i- '0 ihi Mr (I «II' >*i 11>" aud r, irBtrehip I" I'. :.»r    .1    •ll'.    , Ana lh«r. «»| ii *r|.), in fr*d Yh* K ' .d«i»k»> 'h’ 1*1* i>h:li «•« V halxui) piar» A l l*' I ;h»i knew I"' t»ie Ta» iii'ioe of I" tru lov* w'«« a«sc**ifii 111 th* Air 1 "iM wa. 1 drij nli.y pl*«'«aily. lu.f «>»•*. *"'1 ta.f a«'»«'p. »Ik'i »unk. 1 "l»Ii >■■» of Mim Hucu will he ome homtj" ihe inur-., .    ,    . -    ------------ m.’rcd, uM she Kauec her beml npoa the    ^    aweetheart.»’, until I gate. "Oh, what would life be. r-ftbout •    ^    •“*■    I    thoughl    It him* How mlaerabie these ¡ew drv» havs!“‘<“‘    P"®-' beca! 1 wonder what took him there I 1 I    i!','*’    h® e<>«®l“i®d. dropiilnghit tyLe. woiiier what is uttalnliig him’ Comj eaJd ;    ,,    MkedXr» Harr he was only g';ne fur a J*y ’’    |    "f-    f wcyle glanceil round the room, as it The flint ochoof foriatcps in the dLitacce 1    *    “dght hear hie wbis- stole ui'uu her ear, and Barbara drew a Utila bark, and hid herself under shelter of the tree*, r t chooslug lo be aeen by any stray posasr-by. But, aa they drew uear.aiudden chanee came over her, her eyot lighted up, her cW'ks were dyed with crimtun, aud her yeina tingled with crcet» of rapture—for the kuew thoae footst’ps, and loved them only too well Cantlously peeping orcr the gate, again, she looked down the road. ¿ taíllorni whoae «17 bight and strength bore agrace Oí waicb tho ownor atía unciinsctouo» wms per. "KIcharit'a. Barbara ibowed it me ont day, when she w*t turnlns out her da»k, an.1 said It wm a curl cut off In tbet llhi'V.'' “.Mre. Hare uuk liack iu her cha'r. and hid'her face In her hamia, ehlverlng vialbly The worla Cridontly awoke tome puignau •oüVc* of deep sorrow. “Oh, mv boy! my hoy!’’ th* wailed: ’my boy' my nnLanpy boy! Mr. Hare wonders at my Ul-healih, Ar.;hibald¡ Barbara ildlcul: s ll'i but there lira the anurre of all my misery mental aud bodily. Oh, Richard’ Richard I advoocinkiapldlT toward her from the dlreo-1 Then wm a dlatrcMlng pause, for the Hon of A\Mt Lynne. A^ n sbe shrank | topic admitted of neither hope nor i-ensola- 'Pni your chain on au'iin, liari’va, " away true love li ever tl^d: and what ever may have been Barbara Hart't other uuali-ües, h«f love at iCMt wm true and deep. But, inttead of Ihe gale opening, with the firm, quick motion pgcnliar 10 the hand which ^ded 1'., the fooutepe teemed to PMS, and not ,0 have turned al all t«v»*rd II. Barba-,', heart eank, ana ahe stole to the t .atn, and looked out wita ayeari lOok.    I    • aAuivM. •*..•»/a« ••«.» . vaaaj s    A **• a ta V«», sure cnougb, he was ttridlng on, not j not lieen taken In. 1 bought her a fbawl. thinking of bar, uot comlug to nar; and I The tendora vowed It wm true Parittan ene, In tha diaap^lniment and impniae of. cMbmare: I hope It won't tnrn “nt lo ha the moment, called to him.    common    Mancheater.” “Archibald!"    !    “If it doe*. CorneluwlU not know the Mr. Carlyle—It wm no other—turned on j dlffaretice.” hit he«L and appimched the gate.    ,    “1 can't answer lor that But. for my “la it yon, Barbara! B'atchiug for thlevei, part, I don’t tec whv forti^ goods should tndpoachnrs? How are you?"    |    bear the jialm over Britltb?’obeerved Mr. topic Don. Mr Carlyle said, alter a whll.*, “and I wUh yon heidlta to wear It onl Health aud relonuatlon, yoang ladv ' Barbara tm'iled, aud glanted at him with her pretty blue eves, to lull of love. "M’hat have yon brougut for Cornells*’’ the rs-tumed. ‘■Sotnelhlng ertendld,'' he answered, s •nock serions face. "only I hope 1 hare "Bow ara you ?” ahe retained, holding t •e opeu for him to enter, m ha tho the MU opeu for him to enter, m ha shook liaudt, and alrivtug to calm down bor aglta-tWn. ’• BTian did you return J" Carlyle, hrcomlng national “11 1 wore thaw Is, 1 would discard the beat French ever made i ir a good bonett one from our own mannfocloriea, Nerwieh or Palaley." . ‘■Only now by the eight o’clock train, | “Wall till you do weau- ttaam. you would whlcbgoi In beyond lit time, having daw-    "    ..    .    . died ao|«rdonably at the ttallont. 'i'bey Utile thought they had me In It, M thali looks betrayed wbwi 1 got onL 1 hart not baen h .mt Vet.” “No I Wbat wUl Cornelia My f” “1 went Into the office for five nuautM But I have a fow words to mj to Beauchamp, and am going iu> at imca. Thank you, I cannot oome In now: I Inunid to do to on tny ratnrn." “Papa hM son* np to Mr. Baaushaiup'a'’ “Mr. Hare' HMbe?" “Ha and 8<iaire Plonsr, ’ cantinuail Barbara. “They are gone to have a tmoklng boul .Vnd If you a all there with j-apa. ft will ba loo Ul« to e»ma In, tor he la ture not to be homa bi'foro elsv»» or twelve." Mr. C.arlyle bent hit bead In dallberntiuc. "Than I think It it of little use lov gutnt ■ n,” aaiil hfo “f'Ar i»y bntmsM with Beau-enamp It prtvau. I moat daier tt nuUl tomorrow. He took th» Ekta out of bar band, eloted It. and pUoed the band within hit own arm, to walk vrtth Her to Ibo hnuta. It wm done lo a uatler^iMaet, real lort of way; nothing ■tí romanea or sontlmant hallowtil It: hut Baibaia Hare tel'. Ihst she wss lu Lian. “And bow bava yon sU i>eaa, iforbara, thtse faw lUvt •” “Oh, very widl. W hat qisda you surt off so tnddanlv Yon nevar said yon war* g'. Ing, or tMin to with ua good by.” “Tou have jual exprraaid It, B*r>«ra— '■uddealy' A roa'Jcr ef Hutlneaa tuddeuly aro»e. and I auildeulr want up ujhhi it ” ‘■lA’tBilla »*id you were culy g"na frir a d»y ’ ' Did »H" When In London I find to uiany lUluga to do la Mis. H»re Latter Í “Jutt tha auior. 1 tbuik mtmioa’t an-menu ar< ftnsire, half ul theoi If ab» would but ri''itah»i*ell,*bsw('Uid ba Hrtiar. What la 10 that jiarielr’’ 'Tou are not 10 In'julrti, MUt l-ailiwi ll 1 .ran >lconcern you linidveoucerr.t Mra Bt'v ‘U la tim"i’liik you h»»e brought for, maiiiDia, .V'l t'l -aid "Of coiirvr A oo ii tn maij'* '1iit to Lui don citaiia ouvii'k imaeiiiafor iila trtt iuis i »t lt**i. It ll t" In 111» i'ifl-lii*hl< til'd I daj* " "Whan |"0,'lc made ll.fir will, • '•itiiig, aud were II I'Tllogl.t ili'iii* tin' uiiii) 111 ill wagon, 'liughtd Bir’ i-i "<>: iiid|iaps II»'-'! I" I**!! U. I»ht ul tliv.,j Jii.i wi- wrii ilill'.lr i.. Bu' la It real:) | h»» •umuthiiig fur imiUilin )    t"i' ' Din’l ' tell )"U t ", I h*» Liongl.'* a im. IhUij; r u you " 'Oh 1 Wbat I* U *" ahoulii ml. her roli-r Itilii.', am' W'lnilc'liig whnbcr h'- was lu )»ai I't I iiiii»'. " ri'cr.'* «II liMp«ll»iii giili Whallsll*’ Well a ni'imeui, mil you «t.all see wbat it soon tell - different tale,” aald Bárbara, tig-ntflCMitli .vfrt. Hare toiik her b»uda troa. her pala face. “What wan the jirlce *” she luqnlred. “If 1 t«D you, you must promise not to betray It to Cordelia. Bhe would rail at me tor aitnvagtnce, and lay It up betweea loldt of Uttue paper, and never bring It ont •galo. I gave eighteen guineqa.” "That la a greet daah’’ ubtervtd Mra. HarA “It ought to be a very good onk 1 never gave more lhan six gnIneM f.r a •hswl lu til my llte.” “And Corrella, I dare mt, never more than half alx," laii!»hed Mr, ( arlyla “Well, 1 »hAlI with you good evening and go lo her, for ll the kLow.« I am back, all lilt while, I tiall be lectured " He atiiiok bands with them both. Bartiara, however, acouioiiaiiled him to the Imnt door, and «tappeil onuldt with him. “You will oatcb cold. Barbar*. Vou have laft your tliawl In-dooia.” "Oh no, I thall not How vsry toon vou sre iMvlng: yon have ac»nely itayej 'ten mlnuist." "But you torget I have not been bums.” "Yon ware on your road to Beancbaiuji’p, and would uot btva been boms fur an hour or two lo that cMt,” tpoka Bvbart, In a tone that Mvored of reaentmant. “That WM iLft rt iil: ibal wm upon Inul. B*M and Botiody allow» fur burlore- mt re rradliy than Coroella. But I shall not bear tba iMt »f It If I tuffar anything but huaiueM Is kesji me away Irora hsr aha Um 11 »a huedred tnqnirle* tnurhlog London at btr lopgua'» «lid thla Irataul, ba you very tnra. B.roan, I Ibltk your mtiima louki nnuati ally UL’' “Tun kuow huw tU'i ’ulfari a Uitle thing to upael b«r, aad l»at H.glit the had wtaat • lie oallt une of her drreui».’’ tn»w«rcd Bai-b»ra. 'blie mv» that It I» a warning that wiinstlniig b»‘l 1» g dug to bappi'D, sod 1 In 111» Boat uiiU'.ppy, lrierl»hi I'tpa he* F'*' n q.du «iigiy at uiiU'.pii) . irwrleh tuia l> ll" put Hi ing u, 'ill» aetri-'i hh ¡ lied, oi l'll “lU.M' I, lu*. 1: I ' 11.1 .c.:; lo'kis <11 ' ;t 1-, 1»; . I, or roll, ha wa* rare iril"n<h»ii, Alid JToieoOoil to . III» t;v»ry I'oi ki't w»e vl* 'It, ,.i »»ln I llii a 1*/ re 1 lUUtthATall I'l *1 1» ah» eiooj Umii «ll'ni'/. | • . loui In th'' ni'iuuiiplil. tli»* ll had II h b»» |."i*ib1<! all day    . i.Tcr her -ell g »o wrea *' ll 11' .'vo'it, ilecUi-ii j tint ah" iiiig"t ' i ruiite lif'»eli out ul I" 'ii-e. Ilf 'o'irte », lai" nol |«l| Umi ei'iuii 'lie iliaaii-' ll rrUted lu'-Hic M/ t to ll ie «I I II '1. 'iiul lt»rli*r* gianerd r lUiiil « lUi a *lioild''r,anil drew cf *e 10 him av *1i* ehltj.iwca II' Had no! given bfv Jt.:. ' la lllll» Y' *, I ' tha murder. ^ uu know maroma |e*,»    ,lei.:.i'"t tliul W'llbi'l had ■ Intil l wi'. I. it ; ihi • i:d her .inw n» «,'U'il ll VC ,'onvii" ed I'lriif It. if noiiiiug il.i jiil, lUilabailr'tinilih. i»w Mm—with— yon ki|"« " “lltUij'.hiiv ’ »lii»i"-r d Mr. t.'ariyle •'Wi'h llelHJuhn, »»»enieil Horioni „|¡|¡ ashii e*. “He was naiidiiif over hni a» ue l.iy i.ti Ihe o"i , tu«l M he /IW In- "'1 It \ d ilii w.''t' I lit Alv »na »t»rdiug o' th» V". f ill Li ' i ■ ;i, lu-'kiiig on ’ ‘ M' I Mrs Harr lugtil nui u tnll'F drreint lu illitiilli ti'r I'MCr III il»y rvi u ’¡«iriit'd Mf. I .ill'» "ll I. 10 ! to '*iiri..'i. d But, 'i|'Oi. a •Moud «san It, hS'»ui' npun •m.islc*' in Ih" l otkel of HU i «11*11 I ••»4t»>’s. ai.»i L'l'ugM It lu it >1.' Jiwiin» 'I .ill oiut'.-'t. I w»i< dwell'i'g n)‘"ii II, I 111 ITV III I lUriiw 11" leeli,' ■ 11 (h: ’■ ' I'.    : 1. w w ' »g*ln.    ‘'’t    say    T    never    eIts    yon    any-1 m ta» oetve ie, thmg,” ehe    murmured:    “did    ke    álluie    10 B.irh ira ahlvi rod    u    the dr- w cloisr to him. It was a. thivering auijec'.. "Y'ou s'urelT to aot mean    to    '.brow tbe guilt uc detUel ■" tbs Cham, or to the—the klH? lih Arthi-bold! wby don't you say that you love me?" \fr. Csrljla h»il been all bit life upon in-tímale leriua wltn the Hare familr. Hu falher'i flrat wife—for the lata Lawyer Carlyle had been twice mvrriad—uad kaeu • couain of Justice Hare't, and this bad tauted tham to be muek t.vgeiher. Archibald, th« child of tba aeeoud Mr». Carlyle, bad alternately irwaed aud petted Anne aud Barutra Hare, boy fMblon. Bomstin ei he quarretsd with the pretty little girls, aome-lluiM he eareeaed them, m he would have done had iheTheen hla titteni. and he made no tcrupl* af declaring publicly to the i<air. tnat Anua wu hit fttvorite. A genllt, yielding gir) ahe wm, like her mother; wnerrM Barbara diiplsjad her own will, tud it tom* UmM clMhad with young Carlyle'a. The clock ttrurk ten. Mrs. Hare took btr castomtry sup of brandy-and-waler, a •mall tumbler thrae jiarti full Without It, •be believed aba conid never get to aWep: ll deadened nabappy thought, tut said Barbara, .viler mak mg it, had •urned again 10 the window, bnt abe di-1 not retnme her atcL fihe tuiod right In front of It, her fornhrod bent forward agslott It* mid-'la Litut. Tha lautu, I'aaUng a bright light, wm behind her, to that her figure might be dit-tinctly obtervablc from tba lawn, had any one been thers to look npon it. She ateod ihera !u the mldtt of draam-land, giving waj to all Its enehanllng and moat dalnaive foaci aatloua. 8ba mw bar-avlf, in antlcHMlor, the wife of Mr. Carlyla, the envitd, ihriec jovied if aU Wett Lynna for, like M he wm the dearest on aarth to ber heart, to wm he the greaieat match in the neighborhood arunnd. Not a ncalher bnt ooveieii Him for her oklld, nut a daughter but would hare saiu "Vm, aad lhack tdu” to an offer from lb* aUra-.'tive Arcblbaid CarUlA “I never wm aure, quite aura, of It tin to-night," nanrmurad Bartiara, cartea-Ing the locket, und bolding it to her cheek “1 tlwtyt thought be migbt mean tame-iblog, or he mlight maan nothlag- bnt te gtvt me this—to klM me—oh Archibald!” A paute. Barbara’s ajta war* fixed upon the mooallght. “If ha would but tay he loved me' li be Would but eat" tbc sualieDee of tuy aching heart! But It mutt coma, I kaow It irUl, aud if that oanlanksroua toad sf a Corny ’’ Barbara Haro a'opped. What wa» that,at the far end of the lawn. Jnat lu advaiiei ol tbe •bade of the thick trae* ? Thtlr .«tret were out caiuing the uiovaoiatit, for it wm a itUl night. It been Uiere ».ima mlaulM It wo* eviJri.iiy a human turau Wj twualt? Surely uut3a„ algut tn bar! Or alae u leuwaci a» thoU'.'h It waa. That WM certainly lU *iin movtog, and now ll advaoct! a pai-e netrtr, anif raised t'lma-ihlng wblcb It wore on lu arad—a tiauerad hat with a broad brim. 1» ‘'wldwawake," cn-«irelad with a w up of ttrtw. Bartiara H*re't ceart leapej, u Ihe ttying rone, Into ber -jinatfa. and her fare tiereica idly while In the uiooiillghl. Hsr Ural ;l.)ueIiI ws* to sl»rm the servaiiu. her •<' 'uJ, to ba stiU, lor she reuiemharvd the f«nr . lul luvilC'f thsi slls' heil totlis hiusig S:>" » ant into lbs hall, »Uutt!|ig hsr oisiama In Ih» (wrlor, sud »t»od in th» sha ‘e uf lUa l>urllun. gtilag »lill But th* flgurr «vl-il'nlly f iH Wid bar m iveincut» with ll* »lgut, tud th' hat wm again uLuo ufl, aud wwvnd vloli ntlg. Barbara H»ic turnod thk wlihnuir ui ror .'Aaiuiutfaihuin It; §1,'uiu* .i«, who •ud »h*t I' wa* , Í01, the serianls iiie dsivii Ii'il cull, *al those niovi'.uanU were luq or • live till in«'il I t it .11 ifgi.ju. But she i'i'«»»t**d uoreuu-A "• l Ur.»;. li. m oiliit Ml I'l soi.1'' yaULg lidie». "Ml ',1111. ■ I’..' itial, iHiif, ii-g I , i;,s j.«r. io’tnuiwichui» Ul' li'.r tbawl, iL!lc tjiiv lax to ipaaL wiuool tu.ouou. "I iball Just wa.L di»*B Ih» path, aud ••• ¡f p*|.a iieoMo lira 11 vf. did ii'U. rai'ly. Hi" war uiu*lng •ipou oth'-'i thluga, lu that quiwtaui, lu¡'¡ y 01" h| whl'-'i » »ii ll! Uuill.iu Ilf «¡'li.i. ai', I.qart u. 1 in- >.'»k lu I jdj , aii.l 11.i m» •i lllv ■ 'I 'O' '• r, #0(1 . I ,« "ul .1: 11 ' CU. i ii I .    ' «■ 'U.llumiieot V Mil» ll r • ..nii'.'o: :i*,al!i II.I ‘i Iwaaw.. ' Inq-itlCis: i. n.r' ,' .. |l»ri : S4im«t.i'iiillurwtlli I u lllü'l-'S.l 'luutt.-lilll? til uii:l»rini I 1 . of LVil n.iiu* lu'f iliiklug htarl uiliigiiug wi' O'liiiH (wifci , wllh a ru»l of l»ri. I, a ir»-ot loii Jit; " I.iid. BotJ Sfli-ili’ f»l, Ura lU:    iusii    ortlir. l ».» foriL'Odud '..y her druam. t'viu iiii' nr VIM' "BethSi! ' slightly reiurno'i Richard “Ho boíl I'oth iig ll. do with I!. He vat alter his go.» vnd b'» :r.irtt ihvt mgbt, though, Jioxrhir thsl to :* ! ' “Boihtl it n ■ ¡'OJ. Klibard ’ “la heuot, " rcju.i.cJ Iluher.l Hare, tig nillcaiillv. “The t.reih vt to wL 0 hv 1» m ly come out some time. Not that I with it to come out: Iht man h*t done no barm to me, *ad he msy i". on poaching wlih im nunlty till d'joDiiliy. (or all 1 cire. He and LocKtl'v ” "kicbitd. interrupted his us er, tn a buabt'i Voice, mamma cnierialn» one fli'd Idee, which the usi.not pul fruiu her. Sbe lays the Is ceiiala Bethvd hvi something t'l do with Ih* murder. ' “T.’ien ihe It wr .ng Why *hould ih* Ihink to ” “Ilow ihc c- nvleiicn first arose. I oounol tell you: 1 do not iblnL ahe knows bar *«L® But rem»r;’jir how weak and tandfhl •he Is, ai'ii tinea itul drrsdful night ak« Is always htTlng «bal tha oalla ’dream»,’ ."-taning Ibal the drt»m» c® ihe ru irdcr. Iu ah’ ihMt Sreauit Bathei i» prominent: aud ika tsyi in* fotli an thtoluie eertaintv that ba wu. In aime way, mixed oi' In It ’’ “Barbara, hi waa no mute mixed op In il than yon." “An'l—yo'j «av thsi you were not*" “1 waa not even at the cottage al the ihns, I twear It to yin. The man who did ihn deed «aiTtioiu ’’ “Thorn I" echoed Barbar». Iltt’.ng herhrad. “Who U Thorn*’’ "I don’t know who. I wl»h 1 did : 1« ah I cuU'd unaartli him He wm a friend it A.®,'i." Barbara threw hack her nook with a hauEhly geetnrc “Richard!" “Wh*t‘ “Siin lorget youraclf whan you tuenllou that name 10 me." "VvilL" reinrned Richard, ’It wet not L. diacuu thete thing» that I unl myirlf In Jeopardy. And t" eneari my fnnoceiics can do Du good Itcaon'H tel MtJs tba i-ur. ner’» vardl.'t ol ‘WUfol Murderagalu»i Richard Hvre, th" jounger.’ U my father as bllti r againft ai' •• ever? " 'Hdiittc. 11’i;e»»r merurnt vour lu-na, or auri r» It lu He tneiill'uid L» i^ve iila o’dere 1 I'111''ll ll it ui*icr wu rr> n »pokes . Ill' h VJ»|' a/alr, K! ¿a could BO., III wiuild iiol, remembe’, auo ahe pef •toivfi bl at 'l your rooiu ‘ .M». U'ch-•rd’s.' I ihluk iht W' man did it heedlsoely not ni iiklevooaivt provok' p»i¡i *he wa» a good •c'v*ai. fl|i *.ad bevra with ua th-e* yawn, »oa know Ti<t oral um- she trena greatiid. , »p* war ul ktr, luc «loud, ha ihunderca at ber, M I 'ovll'va bo ode eka talha W"ild eto tl uuder, ai d the ih rd tina he taree ’ her frr"!-. the ■’ or¡ re»«r alluw-Ing her 10 gel h« bouui-l one ol tua *Uivn I'orrisd brr hoBoe: ai: i "Ua«l 'jui to tba gala, aud 'i«r bun» wereji q^í'''-! ihe tama day Ra'iv took an'‘>r’ .hf®"* • Did yoa hear of tl "Wa»i uwih ’ He t*ke« imii). "'i Uie WM a I'llii.i'i "O', I!.'ha .’ .ku' .' iha iliHrorv "I !    • fi’.ll'.'t l't."Li. oiU u I,.' I - -.1“ r- "    ". I'l- f’. »i.i'." iif I . ■jtl il ll ' 'Ul.l It; . -ii h ..11 I' j;k' 1.. : 1"    1    L' iiw 1 ihi eli'f:. t- »i II. VI». C.1RLVLE ! orrin In thi; cenUr uf Wtwl Lyiuie a'.cuJ 1» li;ase*iJJolniii»;(a 1 o'hr’, u:; .'in-^., i.. , inu.l.    TL.    .ini wte'.he Ju*tn.'W. Ihc j".n; ere wiih Liui." I’arlvle reddence. *n.l ihe tm'l one wi» ’’The jniil.’;»!''u ivr-il Ba-tara 1. .dirm d.vk -d io”v< »'ly.’lac L«.uei.f "“d l’»P*®' W-j .t-re »hall I a • * Hi '.'.Uill't, w'L her tr.erry in'; on of hecoolll./ :.,'U I-JI-t'j L'j iurt',    I, oi'-thcr-io-l-w, ratiu.i I K .» all' ' M-jgJ'ik.-1. V... J !it;l. iir'cauipi. _ w lo an o^rc, nor. ■ i; mm ui u.'.vi.._ Ilia:, face 'whom hi- of Barbara Hare appeared at 11. roty wlUi bluthe», •‘Can 1 sot .Mr. Carlyle^" Mr Dill r .ie from hi* *‘01 and »hoi.L handt wlih her. Klis drew dili i ini', ih- . I'Msagt, and I: - I'l'ittd the dbur. Prrhai» j he lell curjri. d, lor it wu io£ lit c-sioiu for yo.iug lad’ui. y ;un,' and «¡r.pK-. w ome there after Mr (.a’.yH-. ‘T.-cten.iy , >li"i kirhjrx. lii u gi/fti woui'1 g'.ve liiituc «ii:cli-M«adoi¡ i i •quad ."on of iiragou», it a *'iui ■ ! Ing ti.regoL:. a flvicf -f me for tuc wi rid. I would nut I'lTii Limas, i w.imau I- Hew t* levertaia a Lad)’» Ifid’e ». "Ralph I.:*i-.    .r. hi» ial.;»'. kilcr i'r I‘ari« aaya: I L I -n . :    ■    y.    n .'La; l'!:o k' ia, if P. i-uvriug aao ftinoviii: I'.d; -'liore ii- liie -tri''"» ¡a.-ptiu.: •s'Tu;: lu . Carlyle uoro a l.4ly alaaitiiu.' in iLa luauly C’ariylc and l)in.Jaon 'oi.'' kn- wa -a flm-■l*»t'pr«ctilli.n! r» . nt. peui' c.-irglawvi n we.’c thay It w»» l ariyle an 1 I)»v; iiru i:. i:,’ day» gone by. low i; w a.Ar.L.oal.lCai ...1» Th' cid firm Were*- c law, ihe cret .Mrs. i.'i'lylf ha Ing Hceu V(r Davil-s -n’l •!•!»’ ;vi •• !ud du'dand Itti uiei uud, ComeU*. w .10 w«« grown up when otr foihrr i'io..ied seaiu. fue tccond Mrs. Curlyic died when her «.u «u honi, ir.blhild, and .hi half aii'.er riwred 'jlm, liivtd him. 1 ruled him. Hh.: fur turn ahth' aii.ho;-ilvul a in 'lher; ih" Uoy nod kuuwu no .nUc.-. and. oU u .» ll.lie cíiUd.h'; hid ciUed her .M :-a ;;a Cir.ij. Mmima I'-'roy i.a1 Juiu L r duty Hy Li'ji, that waa uriduut led; Let Mamma Corny h j ueier r laA’d hir ruU, v*iin*n Iron hauu sL* ilKi.' '.c rule him naw in unai iVinga 1 s in small. Jus: »e the had Jane lu ihe diyt of hiv bah hood, Aud .krcbitiatd genareily cubiultted, lor ihe force of bahit is iiri'itg. Mi« wi* a woman of airong »'n»e, hui, m a. uie ll.ingi, went; of Ju.igmen! • and ibe ruling pvaeloiisof her Ule ware love - f Arehihald, and love of *av Ing laevney. Mr. Davidiou hod died ear... r than Mr. Carle'». an.l Lit furiuue—he ha i I T»lia. **l «aruaier. We left hitr, n'vc’ married—WM i' 0 e'loaily divided be- iDih of .Vpril laaL The Keciher vraa twoen C'jruelia and Arch.lall. Archibald Hiv lul.i, yet, ni twllh-tandli',', we had 10 wot no ; ■ od ri'.j.;loD I'l him, hut ni loved I |'U»,’o fvnvari Th' avcrag" uielancc jtr tki opcu-hearitd Iwy he.ler'lun te did hi» i dal wea twenty five mi!'a. no jcreral i"-nieire Corneli» Of Mr. i’lrlyU’t prupenv, ITOMiuiit we were »everelv druuehcd viib a small porlloii only woe hequea’.hed 10 hit | rain; atorma were friquent. our teuU were daughter, thereat tohlaoon; vndmuna per-1 hlowu down the wmd blew awat ali our haji* there Woi luaine, eiree ü.e ad.'fl.Cfou tin p-»ic». •’.i * ;-Ti*' many ol ar n.ea's brought ta Mr. Carlyle by hu asi'Ond wlicjkati, a '.d i":n* ' ad to g> «¡thou' ihfi |la„; I "I'riu ll th'.' . 1 cf l'.J'.aI*n - : V .'I i ‘vsldier'.v l ife fo p*/ Ue-i. -A year .4 two an-; a yu-ji.g of c -ip’i'tabls fea,1.1, L.vd I. .n Hu iul-j lad habit» hy i.od ■ im;'tuy, eojcenly ieft the city. Hie fricLca, hearing uoiLirc Iruc. him lor » me !!me. «up¡-fef,i lliat hn «0»,prob-vbiy, df»d But tfc* mooihi vpi they were sgiv’ably *ur¡ ri».d i-. rec».'. inter f.-om him. H- had i!..iatiil iut-Federal truiy, and po e t'. tb' far M r«L Adcil.unal L-tit.'« have hevi: r t hedrriln him. In some of whi' h he pli •» inte» at'Dg aciouut* of 1 aold’.er a life »uild the K*.;' v Muunuiinb. W» ht'i !>««ii permití» d ti» make an extract -Jt twu from "TtacL'i letter» " * TRavIl' THKO' 1>H TM VS. DasJi BB'.tuki; 1 will tnwglv. "in a I rief di*.rl ti. 1. of our rr:m.¡ ¡’"•.‘Ugi. .IL. Irn; had teen chiifly Inat.u’nectil lu the aceum ulatliiu of Hit ioig» foriune .M . ' I ’W!.*, or, aa eUa w*» called la the town, Miat I irny, hod nerti married. It w«» I reity ocitain that »h.' never would : people tbonght ihat her intente love for ber young brother kept her uogie, for U wits nut likely lh»t the d»ngr. «r of the rich Mr. Carlyle L*'I wanted for pffcra. Olhtr msidsns conlieta to »ofl end lender impvereiona ; to a bo;» of being, some lime or uiber, ioUcited to a laiidun their father'» oaini. and become • mcHiiJy’» hc'.ltr half. -\ui ’■ Miie Car • yle all who approached her wl h the lovelorn Ule. »he seniqnh'k y tutbe nghPahuui. The bat rrniute wta fmm ihc hew cnratr. a'.d O'- urred when »he wm In her l.-r.le'.l: year. IL made hit appearance at her hnu»c | one morning Hetimea, In hla white Sunday ‘ The hall stor » w re m .a.-gi te hen cpg Evi-ryirdug went on very well til' «« canie to tho Litti* W*.LiU. where '*e hso to ferry everything un-r "K » i:ia;i rail, trd we ho.1 to awim 'lur h. r»ea "Ver Next dhv w* came In th ' Bnffklo range Those aoliiMia ootered lire prairie for niilea. W hile in ll* B; ffiln nuigt: our !■ •r.-.ia ht.I h'it Ur.l' to ea'. The 1 nflili .'.'..npclrd ou. muH 1 twice, audi t 'b time run off live of onr mule» We wcrr three day a going tbrong'i ihe W a.hlu monuiali:» wnere you could »'C nothing bnt rucks I'U all i!Ji* One month afUr onr df] artnre we arrived ul Fort Cobh. Thrrs wa remained acnthar iiionUi—then weiurted for the ludUi. Country. u< >;i)>o laüuao. On the nintu 11 June we eurted on our A ' ruiti i.' -tuu h u " ■ L imi'Udr- 1 I"." Lard' nvJ to t w.u '-T.y-.l, .ih- hu . riua-.'cr Ljr.i Jo*u dm aUf p in tl. 1 ' r ••... i'xiviii. u! I... '••- w ' o»J - -I' L. ".('o l.'-rurll c 'Pi mg. ■ ' 'n'.8 : kf r tT y.y lull MAIL ITEM.. {.jy It la four thouuu"! lullea fr .i ■ ' * Ku-'t’u; So. Franrltc.i, ard i.rwa u. .v .-..¡lili* duuacr ID ’.LC a1iii'»i I'irv.ol'.u» »ho:t time of nli.u iMyr. r-^ The Umdun TL, a? !■ “. r. - i 'i ' • that Lord Nspk’.cx M'nls r; Vft lUEtOD. Uid at preaent Mi-cL'i-'ratia* aiL Eiortiy proceed to M I’jt' .Vmhtsstdir at that i-ourt. l-iTAn old Ud) Lvii-, I luu , Hj nam- "1 other day, i'ein^’!’' '.or' lu IT-H- ■ tm -1-    ' Bd Boi , or t* i-ewanC*. •V, Bci'cheFifa.. h'lnli TV, and *0,. WUl ' rilti.iiO I" tlb. t’y '.t .Ml.w.ukec, X'lve.. pgr If, says Ihc lyiuUiIr*. I'eraon D allied at I -Tl M •» !ifc-Lioid .'f ry hcr.iuch,. ,1 cn.iugh to wiiah out !'jC «tain "ii ■», f aeeing our brother die uualu. il ''cl .”.1. tv . ;^^Thc terry-boat r.t K'Ui»av(.'.ty . »v d t’ae rlvir about lii vcn o’clock, lasi h iiiilaj, and lire huure afterward »cv. rai ¡entona eutovrr ;n Iht L ' Thr Jouncii ' that “bcanng up and halriug uvi r;. d.'Vdl quick frliH'. ;.^r'In Norfolk, V'.. after t’j a c,-'.: •' party h.v1 flr.:U tt.iirgu;.' in h"'jor .1 I'u s 'Ut:.v‘m.''*lef, thci oucirvatiifíi, orí nio.-iovlog ¡'urtl'iu. got acaiiiion aa.J tlrud I'i.'ty-1 gun In bonof.'f li.c r.niriuing •>, !Lcy dr'ipi'Cd one l'Ud ¡.ocansi' of tLi -n iou uf buuth C.i .iua. fsT'Thc report of tb.'' x . mtr'» .'nr. if I'ue I.fiicnu l,i.nd (lllic- rh.iwv tii-il ii: • i| ii'JJa .-f th. l,ni'.eil [V'jtie i .'ier npvsril ivf xuhuu :r, J ih-iu‘u;,; • ,u..rc    .m.i    .j-j VI»»;!' 'jf ru; i"vi: g e laiu t "*.r >■ | u.1 u. Ui;*ihiit'¡.Lv*ii'i. L'ticfor U-i ;''..>iut ¡uy- ft’-: .io!,». liT M ijor Jack Downli-g reuurk'id ' j Gvii'.ral Jsckaou during th" ',;ou' .it la ooulh Cirul'uia liorty yuau *.0, -dirt ho h»d alwiy» oUt-r.'C.! IhU p»r»..tu w i'.hid a grijal'tleal to »ay sLcddmg tú' Ir.-f drop of ihelr l>loód were atuurmgly j'«rti..a-art'K.iit i‘, arMe». l alhoui', r.Uct ..I thi g':'.-':.d Si-uatci, hoa Ui-cL itnt. .u ' t." '^'11 i.J'Tl X.: i'::-i 1'. r .1 u......■ i ivcr pit. he- :i= . p • ,ii.:!i I- -wlU'l I* '''trie», c ro;..:    ■    '    . ■ pd«, O'urtng a ri'i I. ? ■. - .avc rivu r ■A»*. ;-L I'llLc :-tT C. r<i* V lot Y.lii Wi-i 1:    sioj-i    cu    (Lc    C    'W    (    f    biU W-    . tli»)*. i r". whilf* I’lMiii)/ t’Ti li ¿ Mh . iil’DYc AiiLJio:!, .Mt t 1 i’“ T A It. K'»-. MX ll. UUiLi , 11-:. iis' ILfL', ujl::w i kl.. I Ir* U' f, Vi a.- 'irFuini: h’*.. hH rliirV/.Liil Ü**il MtH), ktle, and;; ,ialr of new glovi. drawn oá | '..iUl t'o fvl'ia Hercuiiiii. Wlih . h'.' aililn »«e.l Li t "Will luu be g " 1 '.n-'iiEh i.. til! mi, madaffiC," 1! ) a are g u : Hm •• to ’.bar Sho. "Vu'i are i, im] I' J=ck.iiupt» rtlurted th' ..I'y ll u i. ■ „ of y. ::r b'lain»»    r.L.    .-li"--    '■ "The tru’.ii --'u;!'"’' 'i.' ;ni./er, vliii ¡.cricc c'.'-mjcn, I icii' o.e.n o i.o» ineyiia, forn-itly i..'''- h';ur»,in "i i-r to irc rulr J. u! aili!tc-r. ard if y.;-» d. u : in-leni I" g" h'. me, ;t y u!; lovao at .iiice M it It near my (Itoncr unui ' K Tras-readesul Phd'»»|ih*r'> U»a of L.-vtaiV. KalpL W aiJu E-mcr; '/u, in hia u-aw c mn.., thaa «¡tak- vl btauly That brai.iyuthc i.onoal tuie. ia-hor. u bv the perjielual cH'or' i f tature In ub'cai’j ill Miraheau had su ai;iy on a uand-aoma ground . and wo e*r xrerv d.vj which h*v> a gnp'l fyqn I'l.i luv.' h.i. ma. red mil.- CMiIng 'a :" '1    «■ '.n «1. 'Uti' »1 t'l Heauli; ahouid havt I'Cn .lauii-ful If imr a .oeiora hvi kipt 10» Uw.— I'V’rv lily andrviri r.'Sf-a w,-... Bul our I'udiet do not lit 'n, but i ariral'Mr» an.l aa'. irac ua Thu*, ehort icre, « h.. n i'.«n»'.raiD Ua '.‘J ehorl, nuuiiug •fri'»' a'ca Kiud • f p'-r •una; mault and . uutuiiioly to Uc I'wuir, and lonr atilt*, again, put him it prrpctuii dlaadvañtnge, auu f.iree Mn> t> sti >p ui the „ .'Utrui lrvt-1 id lOBnitiDi! M irual ridii ulea » ('eullitutn of hla day, '.d.jai . onntcnani-i raasmbleU Ifc' fa'e .if a swimmer seen und. r wtler. baadi dea.-nbesa •• h""!i:..u‘ltr “so ug'v aud I'labbad that th''' sight ot him w ,uld O'-raiige the vcs'aci"* • I ilie ori'io-dux." F>ce« are raro'y riu. to any i'*’»' III», I UI ijx' I r I iri, in *c»; turc, ui a thuu*. ir’ Tii'l a f wh.ui i:;a 1.    1'    . ’ST'!- DultuUhiid, 110 ;r. r.f iinenr.t -mo a.i r.a, wi'nt lo hi' h "u- at V’leaua, Or-.i.-ii r-'-. IV. N. V .11 fi w uigbt* á4,),luL.ij.-a'i'u, ard fgan to asMuit hi* “:l.i S'ai p.c.-.rd up a club S'ld 111..: fill', 1 r ! y .-. vriiy i . r th. L'.jii, wl'i 'h iadu.' ,1    'T'’'>t 1 • uii»'':! ni« .I'Wlh 1".lew b c.i’-' hi m -n fiff-Tlifra a I- quit" a il'i'iv i' c.-,"’(• II,"!' lu l'.;ri- ' 1. a ..'k" il,. ,    : 'iUOUifif to rcl'i-'l ul I.'C fi-.11*. uilJi ;; ¡avihc iui ici - r:.    1, Í.-1.-1 I..».'. A d    :d 10" ii.i I» '■; || ’'ji Laflhl- ,.'1'.' ;y lu: ’    ......... proceuj:. Ill'll .!i" V»!**! i.,vcn;._ u; h.d uui'"- HI . I _ary loud- N"W"aet|e, M' , B»-na‘ i- R- r'«.« ■. "f'auil U *i ,'Vi« hos' , ; A db mo . i-day la»', while lit mg Hr’ I'cticr loe'.'h r m'."Mt'irs "! the frii'iiiy h— ¡ ir'.dit'ii "i thrJ. k.t*iftu.' ...'. '.he IL .m    Vi .i" .    ' ! awa:.' ul ihc n. cidi it u'tll liudmg    >L ! . or the d'jor wtlh loC 1 In 'ti'    •    ; ni'Ont'ierloihl’ g He »wadc-'' w.-’n f 'jir’. L^bau f'r"n. ».■'■ p.yri .''I.-.i' ii!--..u;'' ejuj¡'ri»ia I'll I t.glH'i ;w ■ r- .•ipanUh, and fourliormm .Ivil'. •:    1    c'; !-» th.'i’h. 111.'    K--. i: • t»'*]'q iT;, tin r ■ are siT"nir, '.:.    i    ,i    ■ a nieibi-*! *r1 ciii't tr'igio!.*    , MT L. Do. -V a <:i.i':. - . . * * ti.iy,i»l    VVaeejam.' . i.i.r'ilu Aip jj.ccd'*!:!.. 1. - , . lilt'H'.fru'' T uthir whaiiug    . Wl " . ¡:htii'.. u.-u'.l'V out. rt '.'.'u iiir' ri. .!i -I .. .. Ti :. i: • O’.'.'uf thr ■* ". Illy I*, marrii d the i‘: u.. Í al'ui t twio'y years ul Vt.-v-i'’ >'! 11.','.VÚLg. S.'I'.'bH L'e ar TTi bsagin'U '.otl.'i ih«, '.L-'ilj Cham I'!!."’- id ii" J il for i y.ari» "Tu.'I’ri':. '•W,d, iI Wav! itigl 'i ’■    1.1    cXli..»'' -••jt ll. I ' 111'.' L I. c-Lu»"'.' for . . V'irrl. !!!. I'OI. Ii.'i ate Lot t',. il i: ifr'-'d i:h.'. " ;• ug h. kn n Ihe pudding trear'e and helpad Jiiui uu, .» uiuu. »• .ill-,    .    , could, imtuiig in w.mla when he s«:.r.ej ,t! mg met a.L."!. .••ily .oJ uL. i,¡ hi,., fauil lor them. Bh. *u, .-t.d ha wonuJ ““"í“li *“!' *' keri.aiue i i • jmi »u'•'rio I and íIk- fi'’*" full.'W Ihelr trail •umc twenty •lojil linking down St him •vlth'iinfaitl'iiev,    »”    »i'ri’unaHU lu b. Hi ‘n¿ at loMl a foot «norwr than her. I •tcrUlv® h®m and cv.mpelHd ti. .amp, ow. Wbvii Ihe atarUii.g iruU. a' -u. rih do i'.«. d ! '= « T"    ^ If,. If lU. . id* 'mi :    .lu f„r ',«r, »u.l • murniy' »c we. .■ lu ihi- rod.llv -..m,' i«o M-foi u..ii:-v Mi*a I’arivfe ?..r    i.„,    h.mra heo.rv day, an.l .O'o cameacrut-Ibvr kliri UiAjitUitr*. %in xj '!x Ik. . kfU .’.■w.-'J"-    'J.: 0, ®orlr’ T».ir« di*po”iini'. Hi l.a.'l, sure ihal h* ell’', da . Ll* R !.«i l<«i«, cr . I. rr»' •Ion. p i. Li'd 1 ii»t' h enio»»» atU'iei ! ah.'.I'u m H.l' »or »t> I did »l*e«. er. ll.llSl I'V - uKlli .    1 -.1 ni"lhfl ■’ Itvri.ara Hsr' ü iln o• ’ L'®" "1 J k J’ • •» L iw III uL. "■'\iC H’l .1.    ■ ;,»vi •' -I.'    ’    .’    I 1' d e.r '• h»' "ll ;i- ■' ly ' . rt Ha' mv burnt II' h .rvsuoriit '''•uara. 1 I . » 'Ull. in. <t-.Lc 1 It ra. I !• If I. t>i!» icrruuied out th*t U'- .1. .'i'.’ti H" Lih»..i'.s ol biilufü lur rrii O.W.IS, all'l tllX L ■ ' ll ''ull i| i L.'jiii over !■ • 'r.'t.e- rdr'-fr."i H- 11- rr»»l lelH'ii d!* ire i-"' "'il >1 11 < ; Ull nil ■' I'V.i WfJl I I! I ' I » ;•■ '*• ;v. Me .    • ne.. t < ttoa .. ■ ...'dry • Vl '.1 a, - n -'I.*, lUli : c ''V i'» • r v.’l i.g 111 ;■ .    . ' ' ' I •' lilt )-*» a .! Iff-"!',. I'l'i u; n;y ru’, Wiih gi»'»i>l cniy.lhki H» li’d imi , ... I . ' i'j .1»    lu:    a ‘ii Uua i.''g,    ;:’» ti’ac barrel,and Itf Ir.i"; wall uwnerhail suuacd him In. Thf »»urv gut «Ind. tad Mua Coniy «ra* Bot truxodi i w I til any m-ira “ff'.ia .Hi.cá'l'H waaareud Ui n.: «U )•’ vat* r.'um In I.ia . fflce th' :i. ug »r ; I- rr • ' turn fr'III io»L H.»' i.'fldni d 1* >:■ »■ :i y iKM.agtr SlinlJ n" r .lilt. »m| v»''sled the night I.»?'re. .'.iiu' fe* '.*)• «rir * c wert traveling- on a llni' creek, ' wH 11 'om.'if I'ur 1 diina. • > j arelr l from I tha I lumtn I, ec'c .'.t 1 Led. an I I' ’ei- . f i tueui d''a;'ira' !y e- ui: 1 d I'h'» iraiiied ns I a'lalUei hard 0»)'» till' ■'Ithoul any rta.iU , l.ii'. Light, tP'.ul I*.,    a    f«'tj I of t’u'i.i a'.la. ki'l I.» lu i.i:. j w;''u the j lu'.'ii'l'Il i| niu mumil. Hut I «I- ri:iiih Ú iheni .ailh 'oiui Ivrajii' i-«a. " hn iiL.e-iIi'l lu rui.n ug .If',''"- iWiT I. '1.' a ila»'S W l.-l; 'V.e.1 Ihe'j, I .U ; Luafda HI ctteh lUeic, owing Lj the ¡aded leaodllli'U vt ' ar boreat. >•'■ dtro ,lUr I »c .1# ti4>it U.e.u mil kliiid »i 1U» thirty .1 of them Tt;» flgt t t.'uk pUn n Sapj ’»' iiillea f’"in iiu Re| «••ri'ilv o! rat *1'.. 1 •lUtiii » ' •'Vrjii ll % ikvor Ull    III” '    il'-l V. Iin DH Ilf A ii'.'.lf ,lrl, .«.I' '! Vltrv ..'ilroou' • iiuH '• • -ll tr.' I . ■ !■ i'    .'c,    t hxrl«ai'’. ..    ';    ..."    Ul'T' . "    ll,.'    h'V day 11. lu..    I. ’ '    -    •'    ' '    i''-    ' • inch . i’    '1    'i-.H    -'ie    ' f    ' ‘ - me . ' ly.' , O' ■ V .nil" 'i '■ greul I': .. i»| ”    I'l    '    •    IL'' quart»of "uia I".' dav I:i« ai.iui." p. riid wi'C oulv t« ' je-it» ul.; f! ■, «Iiuld he a im I'.’ !y ad - I Ad lu i.,.a/i .uau rrr phi..» m lai-' unn'ry. •Ari; 1. .alis '. 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