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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 17, 1861, Cincinnati, Ohio eOiMR witiif Ttilt»*.**íHOEPEíilOiNT !H A CL rwrMfiS» ffEUtTRAL fN fiQTHíH«s* VOLUME XVin “NO. 14.CINCINNATI, THURSDAV JANIIVRY 17, 1W!1. ONE OOi LAK P1:K YEAK. [Ftom snad*7 AUm.) rae If lOTBEt STN. • T I, WILUMumH WtLT» I «I Ifntof >11 tlnnr, tu-tiigai, rii» twm hllii gntly down, implw; IB Duatl.> mn uid whlu-, 1 h* (Jilet, • wpini; town M\ wearjoye* nrr wotk with u-tti; My brrxi with pain It wrmkr; 1 9tn|; to-ulght, drat time In yeart, Thr ton; my luothff anng, ..out y«wt bate d*d In arier iway. Aloo-1 brr form did w: Por doaUi one brlabt, mild lummei day Atoll- hffiway rrom me Hr way b» eorrow tmmt t.riet My Inte It all antttnng; Bat tUli I do remembar yet The fong my mother tnng. It laket uio baclt to happy hoota— 1'hi'y’re tUanirart to me now -H hen I mad' wraaiht of ftajfraiit Aoweia Ado ulaced them on her brow Afam I woaTio). In iKt-r year», A W'tath of roMit whit*; Out tbey were w»t with tcaldin; tear» -The timl had ta'eo 1 t 81(ht And now. all free from irlef and car*. Her *yrt ne'er dlmntiTd by tear». *hedwell* with Anyelt bright and fair, Mid Heat’en t rtoroal yurt. A' In that world will rnnet again. Her golden faarp be atning. And 1 thall bm oao* atoee that «tain-I tie «oog my mother tntig I SELECTED 8mOH£S. EAST LyisrxTE. •TTBk aoTBOl or"aML*r,""ci.A«AU«t’» .«BAH,’’ BTO. 'I HISU.” BT C. ai.HT, I witn-aa I tit alone at eve, buigly entouDted In my tofl arm-ehair, Before a grate with a glowing dry, And loum on the hurlh to apare-- i with nom'body who needt a dre, VTUh a nice arm rhair end pit aunt light, A book to read, or a tocial cha’— Might ehire my winter night I I WAh at dark toiuebody wonld come With a grre’dog haad and a manly form. 1 d have hi-' drewelng gown on hit chair. And hi* «Upper» rud) and warm I d inakr bit law, and hatter bit toaet-All udt I would do at the dre to brown, \i.d glre blur a k'te toewoetan hit tu, While he told me the news down town tie wonld read alood tome choten book: I wonld lliten a bile plying my Ihrud: '.nd uow Lot b wunld grow, an the hoot» dew by, Tbr witei Ir. heart end head I -»»Mih >•! miswpiheep. Andh- e-.iblieliidnle bei'enalnome-A beaveii aocalm. ar.d pure and iweet. Be r.ookf have no Je«lre to roam I with every day of our llvee might pat* Wlinonl a crmt worrt oran angry frown, Atid be Bave no grief o er a cheerleu home .lot 1 f'tr the went of a gown. I with, a> time fuldbed our yeart. Oar ioTr at the yeart won'd faithful bo. And onr tri*t grow .iecper at over iimln We round.-d love’aclriJeoftnrre i wlah—ae I a 1 aiooe at ev.— Sweet tblug of which the** air only a pari Bur 1 Idoh, am there ta an empty chair. And here Ir ao empty heart 1 1 piKuni. ' ..d ..«a S’ .ban«n, me/ bit tribe all alnk, woka oAi n'ght to taka t'accnrlumed drlok And taw •wiihTn tnr moonlight of nia room, Making ibe daurea rbaatly aa tb.- himb, ,* tranor wrtilug on u plate of grrld Old Bourbon now bad made old "Bcck" quite bold. -,n<! to the preernrt in the room he aald, Anat wriltti inou 1" Ibe traitor ratted bla bead, .-.nd wlib a mira tierce from utlng dre, -tuawered. "The narcea that Bouibem gold can hire; 'r he oiiiif* that every bonett patriot hate* Tnote pledged to trr ’aaou, to divide our Hlatu." ".And It mloe oov J" Uochanau raid. "Not eo," B. piled thetraltrrr. "Biick" then epoke more low. Jl'it irembllna -tiu, tad taid, • 1 'ray thee, llien. Write me at onn wao t cnraed hie fellow men.' The traitor wrote and vaiiltbed, but lait night Appurrd again, with liell'a Infernal light. And allowed the aaiaei which Ood and man detetl When, lo' Bnchanan’a name led all the re#t [COKTIHOkD.J Aa oalooua aound of talkJbiy the lot-tlcoa were evidently romlng forth. Mr V ill 'aid hold of Barbara, whiakod her throitg h the rierlu' room, not darlug to tako her tb' other way, leat he ahonld encounter ihcm, and ibnt her in hla own. “What the plarwe broogbt pmhere at this moment thought Barbara, whoae faro « ■ crtaaou. Afiw uiinnie» and Itr. DIU opened Uc dooragAlu. ‘They t • gone now. and the eooat’B clear. Min Bi rhara.” "1 don't kur „ - -At opinion you uruat form of me, M ■ fV.l ’’ »hc whlaj-erod, “ljut I will tell yor In cnnfldenre that 1 am here on Burne hue apib for mamma, who wati not well enough lo c-omo beraelf It la a little private matter that ahe doee not wlah papa to koow of." “Child,” anawered the manager, “alawyer recelvea vit'U firam man; people : aud It la not the place of thoae about him to •think,’" He opened the door aa he apoke, uahered her Into the presence of Mr CiTiyle, and left her. The latter roaa in mtonlihmecL ‘'Ton muat rt^rd me aa a client, aud pu-don the Intruaionbald Barbara, with a forced l.vugh to hid' her acitattou. “I am here on the )Mirt of mamma : aud I nenrt; met papa iu your paaiage, which tcrrllled me out of my eensee Mr bill that uieluvt hla room." Mr. Carlyle uiotioned to Barbara to real heraeir, and then reenmen hla own Beat, be-alde hta table. Barbara conid not avoid noticing how different hit macnrre were 1» hla office, from hit evening inann'm whea ha wan ‘off duty.* Here be waa the aUk), calm man ol buiinesa. “I have atrange thiuga to tell yon," the began, lo a whiapei, “but—la It Impoiaible that an; one can hear u« f” ahe broke off; with a'look of dread. “It would bw—It mlgbt bo—death."; ‘It la quit - impoaaible,” calmly replied Ur Carlyle “The doom are double doors. did yon not notice that they were ?” Neverthelece. she left her chair, and atood close to Mr. Carlyle, resting her hand upon the table. He rose, ol conrse. “Richard Is here.” “Richard'” repealed .Mr. Carlyle. “At Weal Lynne!" "lie appeared at the home h.ttnlght In disguise, and made signs to m'P^'roin the grove of trees. You may imagine my alarm. He has been In Lindon all this while, half starring, worklug—I feel aahamed to mention it to yon—in a auble-yard. Aud oh, Archibald! be says he la Inno"» Mr Carlyle made no re- ly to this: be probably h'lJ no faith tu Ihf aascrtlon. “Bit down, Barbara," he aSlU, dr swing her chair cliiser. Barbara sal down again, but her u.wnBer waa hurried and rervona. “Is U quU' a,ire not feeling well enough to come beraeli; sb« a«nt me." Mias Carlyla did not I>«U«tc a word. “What buiina»* f" aaked the, uncvremoiii-oiisly. "It is nolhlug that con'J interest you. A trilling matter, relating to a little money. It's nothlog. Indeed." "Then, It It's u' tning, why were yon closeted so lom; with ATChibAM Í" “He was aakltm the pArÜcnUn,” repUad BArbara, reeoyerte her eqMutimity. .Miss Carlyle sniffed; as ahe inTariably did wben dhaentlng from a problem. She waa anre there waa aome myatery Mtlr. She tnmed and walked down the street with Bel ban, bnt ahe waa non» the nxire likely to ¡ret anything cat of bt Mr Carlyle nimn^ to hi» room, deliberated a few moiAoaW, and then rang hit bea A clerk anawered IL “OtTlo the Buck's Head. If Mr. Bate and the oihei nugistlwlea are there, ask them lo I l«m over to me." The young man did aa he waa bid, and caiue back with the noted ]aatloea at hla heels. Tiiey obeyed the summons with alacrity; for they lielieTod thay bad got themselves [uto a judicial scrape, aud iLat Mr. Csrlyle alone cOnld get them ont of It. “I will not retjacst you to sll down," began Mr. Carlyle, "tor it is barely a moment 1 shall detain yon. The more I't lUnk abont this man’s baying been put In prison, the leas I like It: S'ld I^ye bean considering iba!, yon had better, all Uve, come and arooke your pl|.et At my bnnse this evening, when we shall bave lime tc ditcuas what must be done. Come at seven, not later; and you will find my fat brr* old yar iwplenished with the best broad-cut, aud half a doien vhnrchwarden Pipe». Shall it be ao ?" Ihe whole live accepted the invitatiou eigeriy. And they were tiling oithwbeu Mr. Carlyle laid hu linger on ibe arm of Justice Hare. “ You will be sure to come. Hare," he whispered. “We conld cot get on without yon all heada," with a alir 'at lucUnatlon toward lhu»e going ont, «re not gifted with the clear good senae of yonts." “dnra and certain,” responded the gratified jnslice : “dre and water abouldn't keep me away.” Soon after Mr. Carlyle was left alone, another clerk culcred. “Miss Cailyle la saking to aee yon, air, and Colonel Bethel’s come •gain." "Send in Miss Carlyle flrat," was the answer. “What is It Cornelia!' “AhI Yon may well ask what! Saym; this murn.og Uiit you conld not dineal tb , as asuth and then ciarrlitiig off, and never hnng the hour. How can I ¿Ive my or-aeraV’ “1 thought business would have called me out, but 1 am not golog now. We will dine a little eai Her, thongh, Cumeba; lay a quarter before six. I have ir.vll " “What'a up, Archibald y" inlerrupied Mtsa Carlyle. Richard he wonld undonhtedlj give :.mi up I don't tnppose I meant auriirrg else' 1 to jutUre, and—putting grayer eonaidria. wnnidiCt haialweu •aabak acjLg'iard." Uhua aside—that wonld be ptenaant neither lor yon nor for me. To have a coonailoo gibi>«t«d for wlittBi murdei^ wunld tat an ugly ulol on the Carlyle eacntdtaan. Oor-ntdia." Mist Carlyle sal In aitanoe reyolrljig the newt, a oontnetion on her ample braw. “And now yon know all, and I do bag yon to htave me, for I am ovaawhalmed with trt>rk to-day." Sba rose vlthonl a word, -jnatml ont, tad left her brother in paooe. Henaatched anote, the ffntapparently ttm^anto' acd pat It In aa enTCk^ a. ^ draaaMttttoldmtdl Tbr-<> Dili, sad gara It to him. ’ In nrpiito at the tnperr “At aighl o’elock e tbia to my honae. DouV me. Toa noderstaaulf" The old gentleman reo pnt the note in hla puckv Mr. Carlyle was walkl* at three o’duefc that tftai. Barliara Hare. “It U allsr to her In patalog “I ens of Jnstlcet lo-nlght, Bari ale, Mr. Hart being one.’ ‘-She looked u|> lu dow entrrtaiu them, you wdli. and meet Kicliard ’’ t Yea I thall: trust tu answer, as he harried ua jñ.'r RIPHARD HARr. Tt The liene*-. ú." jnsUces i their appuiulmenl; at i arrived at Mlsa Well, go on, W'Tiard. Old the retbm yonr love ?" “Lqas'l hk certain. B- >mntl-iiea 1 thought Bbadid, anraailmsi ham ai» as.*1 to play and ihnflle, and she Ukod tl#«anrti tu be with -idm. I wonld think iMmpri> iuus— taUlag me I mint not come Ala evtning, aad I lanat not oome the othari bnt I fonnd oat Uity were the eyepiogn amen she wm nxpeetltac him Wc were narer there to-gMtar." “Ton forget that yus tuve «ai Indicated i’ by any suue, Rtenard. 1 am a; tank." ' Harw hast forward Itli hit Mark Cailylat ahonider. from the oo.ugeloUie manneryuudeat noc, that ^ did not come forward and dciiaiinpe “I didntdoUbeoansel w it a fool, a weak coward, ta 1 have been all my life,” rejoined Richard, “I can't help it k was bora with me, and will go vrith me to my grave. Wbat wonld have bean my word, that It was Thorr. when tu»re was uubod; tocvrrobor-ute ft * and the discharged gnn, mine, was a damnatory proof against mn" “.tnoihiT thing stvike* me a» curloni,” Cried .Mr. Cvhie. "If thl- !ii«u, Thom, was In th- habit of coir.'.tg lo VVeal 1 ynne, eyen Ing dtcr eVidlng, L .a eas It that he waa nev'-r ob-enred! 7h'» la the llrst time I Live heard any slmtiger's name ineutioned lu eonuecii-m with UieatUlr, ur witn Afy ' “Thoru chose by-roadt, and he urveroucc, sav' that oooe, bu! u dc-k ur dark. It wu ■S' upon the heels ut a dinsont bom the exd j- .S' U| ■ LI.' Noiiiing, inal I know of. I am very Eiuay, Cometí.», and Colonel Bethel la waltln,;: I will ulk to yon at dinnsr-time.” lu reply to this pUiii hint. Mist Carlyle deliberately seated henrlt in the clieat's ■hair, aud erumed her legs, he' shoes and that no strangerWll l«: romii¿ ir. - Iñ •'•“i* ; '"’k‘np- I- ¡un vi< « for Mtsa -    - ^    "    coiuy    «li'lamed    lone    dresai-    as    much    aa THE BIHIAL 01 IMUbLlS. An lAatem poet has per¡>etraled the fol- losrlBg parody ; Vfe hail'd him darkly, at daad of night, 'I'he toda with a "platform" taming; By Vesuviut Juhnaon’t Attal light. And the Wide-Awake torchaa barelDg. \o naeiaas cofltn isclotad hit braast, Bnt la "Ktnaas bUls” wa woond him. And ha lay Ilka a poaattm taklag kla real. WiU lha cutUiu-bslaa arauad bim. Wa looked, aa webullowed bis narrowed bed Aud thongbt we conld than "dlaklvar," How the mark Kepablleaas woeld tread o'ar hi* brad. ABd we far away np Halt hl\*r — MUII, IV 1.0VI.VL, IS VOT «ISF tr T. aciarwr nmiJtwoon a tan luaizln of our ttreaai Rnuwy ptbbird lilint, Bsad la lug, half a-drram. •iáxlag With mrhanltd eyr. ,1)1 upuu tu vswisb.Da. Nu* the lllllet nn its breast. But tu oaiwscd, till ber vl'W. A'lwrled. on the dlsiaure rests IL Ou tsi |S|. a ;iir1ur«1Us; ris a yoottalUi. maul/ tare, ABd It hsa turh pltsdlsg eysa; fhsy ulgb win an angei's gvacr 'A'hat tb* picture hat to du With hn drr- rnlag tad h't aigbs Wbat II says I du nut know, lint hut tears sr« in brr rysa. III. /7hy ibr straliii the santrlesa Ibi tig To bet hresi* to frrysully; A'hy brr qatvsrlTig lips thonld cling 1 o lha glass so nrryoatl v. .Aothlna, ran 1 safaly tell, onJ) Thli, I may sarmlst B»Bd,d»ewlr1ng1y kivstUiOwaU Miad, le loying, ts not wliw -01» JAMIKr «T WILlsIK WAR I. B* WM ms #rB. Uw Wu« #y#d (IwHa* I Hr twlwrd    ferRíT#    ttmh H« il&d mr AtkaU tftU U>vA. ttnuurt    wmI    d^tr    •*    f«»w wsleBed wltli '«rr MiritiofOit And r»dUl#a bRfi    • from UwwÉfr    of    Mt    telu Kt' b lev* raair foriL '» ioodsthe wbll# ' >iher rwtt dsrltag* can* ta bice* ue; ittker eoft ing»reeto**d ranad oere; iither r*d lipe yearned to mt*** Be; Awl -Kbm cif*w*d out path with tuwsre, But ub! thsy wsr* not Ukr our Jamie, IV tender bml tbr trsi turo biuun, Su II.U'U . lieefKl as Ilka hit piAtlIlng -No Slab*. Ill' kit, cuald baateh gloon. .iiiy kto' loBBd Jeml* e heow are clost*ftag .And we ».e n't' I» loneeuB)* grave. Vh e.til th' lui' ol old It lu ■*, W* bltetoar <»od who Jaiair gave' t o at be Is lW oM -..ui Jtwl*, Hr It .lar d**rr«t iiM illll-tl* beMt Witklu ut- brarit Ibsi (btiubec Nnelbei ' hlld ol unrt caa «II ' IKtlS, Ivaisateach ear* eiwiloul«w The] w»li 0» tia admiral Lw wonl.l look so jwtulisr to ac..- an- here, but mamma was too unw'll to come hcm-If-,-ur, ratherj^foil'd pap,'j qnntionlrg, if lit fooud on^ she esnit-.” "Be at •*>«,’’replied Mr C_rlyk : ‘ Ihlr room is aicred f.'cm the Inlrutiou of alran-ger» Whalof Rli WdV" “He says that he was not lu the ccttA^' at the Umi- the murder w*» oommituJ. 'TL., the person who really did It was a m*n of the name of Tiom.” “What Thom?" sAkod ,\li-. Cirlyle, aui»-preailng all sign ot incredality. “I don't know: a frleuil of Afvhe as d. Archibald, be awore to It in the most sol-rnin inanBcr snd I believe, as u tlj as I I im now ruiu-atlni: 11 to yon, tlmt he wus sT.coklni! truth. 1 want y. u to ec" Bichar?, if pr^ilble he U ccming to the tame place tc    If he can fell LU own tale to von, prrhapa you ma.i Hod ont a way ]>f wniek hit innocence may be made msolfest. You are SO ciever; you can do snylhinr.” Mr. Carlyle Jinlled. “Not quite anything, Barbara. Was tUu the purpnr. gf RIehtrd'a Timt—losay thla*' "Oh no: he thinks It of no use to aay It, for Dobodv wool i believe him against the' evl rience. Il* came lo ask lor a bnn.Ded ]>ouuda, he say* he has an opportunllv of doing better, If he i-aa have that turn. Mamma has sent me to you she bsi not the money by her, and she dare not usk papa tor it, as it lu lor RlcburJ She hade me say that if you will kindiy oLIiéC her wltn the money lo-da*, she will arrange with you about the repayment." “Do you want It now'" asked Mr. Carlyle. ‘‘If so, 1 must ueuJ to the bank Dill never keeps much In the house when I am away." “Not until evening. Can you mtuaga to see Richard ?" "It iB bBrardoTiB," mated Mr. Carlyle, “tor him. I mean. BtlU, If he la to be in the gruvo to-ulght, 1 may as well be there ilao. yiriti dlagntae la be lu •" “A Ikrm laburer’a, the beat he conld adopt here, with large black whlikeiB. He la stopping abont three miles off, he taid, In tome oiHk'ura htdlug-plaee. And now," continued Barbara, “f want yon lo adylae loe - had I better inform mamma that Richard is here, or aot?" Mr. Uarlyte did not underatand tad taid so. “IdarlBrelambewlldtTed, "sbaeielalUHd. “I ahonld bare prtmlaed that 1 have not yvt told mamma that it It Richard himaelf la here, but that he baa a*»; a ineaaenger to beg lor this money Would It he advltihle to ai .inaint her?” “Why should yon nru' I think you ought to do ao " "Then 1 will. I vea fvtring the bs/ard, fur ahe IS aar« to Inaiat upon »eeli;;: him. Richard tlau wlahet for an interview " “It la only uataral. Mrs. Hare must be thiakful to bear, to far, tba* be la tafc.'' “I never sew anything like U," tcinmed Berber*, "the ohange la ak*n to uuiglc: atw aaya It has pnt life Into her anew. And now for the latl thing bow can we aocure inpa's absence from home to night' It inual be accoiupltshed lotume way. You know hla lemper. u ere 1 or luamtna to suggest to tint to go and a«i! any frleud, or to go to Ida club, he would Immediately atop at home. Can you devise any plan? You atw 1 appeal tu you In all my truuhlea," she added, "like I aud Auue used tu do when we were ohli-druf."    t It may be queatioocd If Mr. Carlyle beard the last irmark. Ue haal dr.iupvd hit ave-ll.!a to tbongbt. "Have you told me all?” he taktd preaently, Uftlng them. "1 think ao," •Then 1 will eunaider U ovar, sod " “I thall not like to come here sgiiln," la-uvmpted BarUra. “It—It might agelte iiiaplcloD: tom' out might see ma. too, and mentiuu It to papa. Naliher ongUt yon tu tend to our bouae." W'U -contrive tu be lu the tlreet at four this aflrruoou. Stay, that's your dlnat^ hour: be walking up the alrcet at thrae, Ihrei' pre. laely, I will meet you” He ruee, thouk hand*, ami aamrled Barbara Ibruugh ;be imall ball, along I lie jiase-agc lo th' Donae door. a cuurieey probalily uot yet thoarn to any cUent, by Mr. Carlyle. yle'a." hut it It the o«‘ bonae was hert, not ber 1| It rsuiained hit home, aa* father’s lime, the honae wl erty beqaeathed to Mias Ok Miea Carlyle chote tobe' of th' tilpea and the am. . aooD aa deep In thedfac.T, nner, mo I callitl Are 1 said, ^ «ud I csnng to »isQ( "'.it told acalnxt I rtivLed lUlli- I m,.-'.    ‘ rvivueu iiaui- "i ^’ilhoulUieu»ltai.-lAefip' ^ ws) along :h' drlda Lheprop- aii.>'*A^sgli th'wooil pelh, as I generally Thyj «ell on pH] e ib*'" Ob plaiy't earai'liir 9«iii' T1* aalv «kso It lanariis eo4 feait. The l.'Wlsil «pif II IPels «Hgtven, *•4 tkrouf b Iks alai of taliTag ua<* I*' .si'k It' - I'treti fltapae ef Usaven ItVeirf. The door cl jeed ui-ou ber, ar.d Barbara Lad takeu our step fnuu It, when loinrlhliig Urge].) ms'l i|.>wa npou her. like * ship ,u fhUaall. Bhe limit have he. u the Ullvst la ly lu lli' world-out of aeartvau. A nue woman In ber day, bnt tnguLsr and lu>uy uow. Btlll, In aplln of tbr ATigtvii .mil l>0liiw, there Wat maj'-ety In the ai'pvarauii! of .Mia* CarlylA ‘^Why--'"Uet on naith tiyun ahi -"hti# put! been with Ari'bibalil'" Bsrliari litre, wUhmg Miss (sr!,le uVer In A*la. etatiim> M.l "lit the    -i.,    ¡¡.o givd. Mr. DHL "I o«r maipina sent you ou butioaaa I I never beard at **< b • Ihlng Twl. e bavs I I" rn Id to ere* Arehtliald, tod iwica did DHI answer Ikst hr waa engaged, aud iui*»l uot he lutarrupt'd 1 ehell make idd Dill ra plain hli luoauiiig lor ulwervlng a lO) atery over It I ■ WIW •» tia/VWI J| maiw w a ■ w    (>•»#. ling quite all'll last Mlaa Uarlyla th..ul lelalm thers was, b«forr the ilerlu, iir I she dis'laiD.'tt crluolioe; or, w the Indnilug o.achiu'* were called thru, nrd«d oeltl-osta, crinoliue not having co ae in. “i meau, whit a up at the ilaies’, th. I Bfrl.ara should oome here and be closeted v, 'th _. a? Ba.«iuets f>r her mother, the said." know the mess tual Uireaod I'ue other juatii'er have gut into; commit-ing that pour fellow to prison, Lecanse be WAS seen to pull tp a weed In ms garden on the t-iiaday,” returned Mr. Carlyle, an i!m..'*t Imperceptible foiuse. Mrs. Hare ' “A set ol burat«i-nc*.lcd old il.onkeys 1" ris the coi^llmen'Liiy hiterrupticn of M Isa Carlyle “The whole Leucd lisvo not «n ounie of sense butweeu them " Mrs. litre it oeturally aniiont fur my opinion, for tharr la aome tronble over li, the man having appael'd to the rit^crtlery of Biate. Bbe was too Ul, UarbA’^i mid, to core' to me horteir. Cornelia. 1 have in vltcd a I arty for to-nig*Jt.” “A parry'’’ ,"<-hoed Miss <'eilyle. “Fonr or five of the jnstUet' they are romi'ig In to smoke their pipes. Trm mast put ont my fvther’s leaden tobaoco-box, and— " “They shan't eun,e," screamed Miss ( ar-lyle. “Do yon think I'll be poU.imdv.lh tiihacco-smbk' from a dozen plpce?" "You need uot kit iu the rooai." •‘.Nor they either. Clean curtains arc just put hp thronghoni ?he hontr. and I'll have no horrid pipes to bls'ken tliem." Cornelia,’' retufue.l Mr. Carlyla, In a grave, firm toae, vrW'h, opLlonati»; aj ahe was, uever failed In Its effect upon her, 'my having then» la a matter of bnslnrei; of bnslness. yon nnderttaml: and rome they muat. If yon object to their Lclng In the aittiDL'-rooui, they muat be In my bed-roon,. ’ The word "bntmeaa” al'way* bore for Mlaa Carlyle one meaning, that of money-msking. Mr. Carlyle knew her weak point, andaorne-Umee played oixm it, when he could gain Ua end ^ no other meanA Her love for money amounted almott to a pataloc; to acqnlre It, or to hear that oe wai acqntiing It, was very dear to her. The same could not be said of him; many and many a dispute, that would have bronght him In ponnda and ponnda had tt gone on to an action, did be labor to tootbe down; and bad reconciled Ibe Utlgants by Lit plA'n, sincere adrice “Agsintt bit Intcriwlf” tneert the reader. No: rest you aaanred, sir, that when boslecM 1* condueled upon boueat an.] aiccere priuclples. it mnit and It does buy you aome uew lurtains IVw-Delia, It tb'lr apoll iheae,” he quietly resumed. "And i really most ticg yon tu leave me." "When 1 have come to th* taniomol this alfoir with b.ub«ri Hare ’’ retolutciy returned Mlat Corny, dropplcg the i>olnl o” COBteat ae to the pl|>ea 'T"U are very AkVer Arcille, bal you can't do me, 1 aaked Barban wbat the came for: bus! neat for her mAnima, li.u.'slug money matter*, was her reply. I ask you. to heal yonr opinion abont the acrape the lieucfa bsvr got Int.i, 1» yonr». Now, It’» neither one nor the other, and I tell yon, Arclilheld, ru Leoi wbat tt la. I shoul.l like to know what you sud Parbara do with a lecret be twven yon." Bbe tat bolt upright In her chair and stared ; him, ber lofty flgnre drawn to It* lull bight Not In rraturoa wen they alike; Dome reaemblance.pethap*, there might be In the eipamae ui in* forehead and the »ay In which tbr heir grew, arcbed from tlú templet Mite Carlyle'* beir was gntnggray now, and she wor* It In cnrla which wera rarely smooth, faslcnej hu'k by c«ml>* which were rarely In their plaoea. Har (aeewos imle, wall-ahaped, snd remark.»! fiw auUinig bat a hard, deciaKe axpretslon, her ayaa wtda opto tad peaalrating, wort of the abade oaiiad "graen." Bnt, tbosgh ■he conld aot bout ber brotber'a good Inaka, there were maay plalaar women In West L.rana than Cornelia Csriyle. Mr. Carlyle knew her and her resoluta oipreatlon well, and be took bla courtt, U> tell hrr Iks irntb Hha was, to bnrrow the words Barban had uaed to her bmthar with regard to him, tnie as ateel Coadde to Mlsa Carlyle a (errct. aad »hr was aa Iruat-worthy and lm|icryfoii* o- he conId h,. hut, let uer oace anapeel that there was a sue ret which waa being l "|it fiwm her. and tlit wonld *et to w.,ri. Ill:» a le:y*t tod B'Ver ainp HU It waa unearthed Mr. Carlyle tient foruard and apoke lu a whisper, “I will Idl you II yoa wlah, C’.ir nella, Init It t* i.m • pleeaant thing to baar. Kirhard Ifore has n turned " MU' Hrlyle l.mked imriectly iwhetl. «1.' Afd Mir. I Itbanuul*" "It I* uof a viiry tan' (iruceedlaL. Ha wants Mon^ from bla mutner, aud Mr*. lUra iMit Harlian to Mk i..e hi n.magr It for her No wondrr f.oor Herliar* wit llnr-rtad »ad harvun*. for tber* < dungor on *11 Bld«f '' "I* heatth'lr uou«*r' “How is.old lie be there, sad hi* lalhi r ta II ’ U< I* In hiduig iwcror ihrev mli>* off, dlwpiUed ■* * lalKiivr, *od *111 bv »t Ih.' linitr Ukiilgfat U) ri.eét* ihit d.m.* t, in ipite 1 lb* w** ____   ,a    tbsju>- Uces vera. It wi* said !^*ilie town that she was I* good a lawyer ta her Ihtbar had he«D: *11* nadonbladly poasaated sound judgment In lagal mausn, and qniek pcor-tratlota At eight o'clock a servant antcred Uie room and addiaaaed hla maater. “Mr. DUI It asking to tee yon, tir." Mr. Carlyle ruaa. *nd came back with an open uotc lu hla band. “I am torry to tlnd that 1 must leave you for half an hour: aome important business haa ariaen, hut I will be back aa toon as I cau.” “Who haa sent for you ?" immudiatdy da-nunded Mias Curay. Ue gave ber a qniet Lmk, which she !n-U-rpretaU'd lntr> a warLiug not lo .miation. “Mr. DUI la )i. re, and wiU Join yon to talk the affa'v over," '-e said to hU giiesu "lie knows tne law "ter than 1 do: but 1 ahull not be long." He qn.ltsd hla houie, and walk'd with a nipld step loaiird the Grove. The muou waa bright, aa on the previona evening. After he had left the town bthind buu, and waa lassnir the aca’t'red vUl»- alr.i.idr mentioned, be instan Invoinnt* > g!.. .•• ai the wood which rose LebtnJ them oii hit left hand. It was i-alled Abbey Wood, from the circamitaui’e that in old uays an sbbi y iivi cluod in ÍU riclnliy, a!) trace of whlfh save tradiliou, had tang ;.aaaed away Tberc was one tmall house, or oolUge, jnat Hith,n the wood, and In that eottajje had oc'-'urre.fl the murder for which RichaAl Mare's Ufe was in jeopa.".!.!'. It ▼ ae no longer oci-u-pled, for noboáy would rent it or ilv» :■ it. Mr. Carlyle opened the gate of ihn Grove, ■ud Llic. ed at the lrc;3 on either «Ids h'm, but b' neither saw nor heard any atgus of Richard'* “lelng toiicetlcd there. Bartara VIAS at the window, ioo'tlng out, snd she ismot'eself .'ud opre-.'jd the door to Mr. Canyte. "Mamiuj IS In the moai CKuiced siate,” ■Uc whispered Vo him as be nntered. "1 knew how It would I>a’’ Ha* hecome yet?" I liave no doubt of it, but he ha.- made no ligiwL" •tr.. Hal', feverlth and excited, with a burning spot ou her delltate ghcepi, atoi l by her chair, not oc-mprlng ii Mr. Carl;,.» ilai'e.d a pocket-tiook In her hamLt. "I ht'.e ToOghi it chieily In iioiea,” he uud; “Ui. y wlU oc eisicr for him to carry than gold." , Mra Uaro anawered only by a lo.ik ol patiiudc, aud clasped Mr. C'arlvle’s hand in .olh hers. “Arclu'iald. I mm' nee mv l".y ■ li'iw can it bii managed, .MrAt 1 go lulo Xbe garden to him, or may he com* in here - ' T think he might come in: you know bow vury bad iha nigut au la lor vuu. .Arc the nervanta aa,lr much this evening ?" “Thlngi seem to have I irti'-l ott 'irl'.c kindly, ’ apoke up Barbara. “It happens lo bo Anr.e’e birthday, ao maincvs tent me j 'At now Into the kilcnen with a imke and a bottle of wine, detirmg them to drink her health. 1 ahut the dour and told them to make ihemaelvea comfortable; that If we wanted anything, wa would ring." “Then they are aafe,” i.ljterved Mr. Carlyle, "aud Richard may come In.' ‘1 wlL go and aaccrtaln whether ho la come," said BtrbaiA “Slay where you are. Barbara; I will go myaeli,'' int«gFo*«d M'. Carlyle "Have the door open wneu you see n* coming up the path.'' Barbara gate a biut cry, and, trembling, clntcbed the arm ol Mr. IWlyle. “There he la! Bee slaudlug out from the tree*, junt opiioalle this window." Mr. Carlyle turned to Mrs. Hare, "I *taJl not bring him In Immediately, cor, if i am to have *u Interview with him. It inutl be got uvir Qrsl, til'd I may go hack to tlit-jui úrea, and keep Mr. Hare all sale." He pitK 'edcd ou his w »v galued the in'*», and planned into tauu; acu, It .nlUr igaii't; one, eliHid Klcnard Harr Apart from bl> dlai^lar, and the faite and llerre blac k whiskers, he waa a blue^yed, (Hr, (.lem-iu'i-look-liig young iu»u, slight aii'l "f uihbllr lilght, and qnlle aa yielding sud g'-ntl' a« hi* molbrr. lu her, th-.i mLd yisldinvf a ol dliDoaltlon w:.'. lather v. grsrciul i,ual;:y. In klchard, It wa* regardvd aa a coutrmpli-ble mlafurtuDC. Iu hit boyhood be biui been ulckivamrd Leafy Dirt, end wh<ai a stranger Inquired why, the answer was, iutl ■a a leaf Is ewayed by the wind, au be «rat awtved by everybody about him. never pot-teBaliiga will 01 bit own. In short, HIclurd H’lrc, though of an amiable, loving nature was itiil overbiirdtioed with wtist the world iSiU hraiu*. ffralD* hr certainly had, but they were not sharp ones. "is my mother aiming >.ut tome’' **ked Richard, after a few liit'rrliaiigt-d »e: i-'i'-e* with Mr I'arlyle. “No. you an to go intluorA Yonr talh< is away, and the eervanU *n- »bnL up la tbr Idtcbeo aud will uot •*« you Though It they did, the] uonld never rw-gnle* yoa ta that I rim A dntyialr Ilf whitkm, Richard." ' Let me go tu, thaa. I am all ta atwlttar till 1 get sway. Am I tu have th* muuty “¥«•,;«. Bnt, Richard, your alMer *ay* you with ta dlA'Ioaa to me th-v tr'uc blspiry 'if that lamHotahlr night You had better tposk while we ere here " "It wa* Barbar», b'reelf, aariad you tt bear It 1 Uiluk It ol little icMneol. H lb’ wh'd* I'iac» beard U.'r trulli f"oui me it would do Do gmKl, for ] ihould .I'ct no belief. BOteTrhf’cn ;• ,” "Try me, Rl'-htrd lu aa lev* wonU a* >• w- ki., ■) did go, Aty came uu'. all reerrve, as she conld be a; Uiues, and *ei'l she w w unable to receive me theti, that I mnit go bark home. WeLad ■> few word» about It, anda» we were speaking, I.o«kakyp*»»ed, tnlsaw me with lha gnu in my baud; but tt ended in aa giving way: she conld do jntt what ahe Uked with me, for I lotid the very ground she Irod ou 1 gave h- - the gun, telling her It woe loaded, aud sb , lojk |i indoor*, rhntfing me 1 di'l tgo.iwiy; I bxl t iuipk iou that she luugot Th'im tktre, though the denied It o ' , aud 1 h.J idyoelf lu *omc tren uear the h iuse. Again Lorksley ciiac lu vb 'v i -a« iiia there, and calb'-d "Uttokuow ■ ' l «'a* hiding I shied off further, aud did uot . wer him— wbat were rayprivat' la ewL.(iu’j to him?— and Hut aim tobl »g ilt it the Inqueed N It long afterward, iWL—j mlnutit, oer-hi-pt, 1 heard a shot, wbbrh w eijied t<. be to the dlrectl.)u of the i,o:ugf ’ So;,..body having a U'.e pop at tl.c j-rndge»,’lUougbt 1 for th'-- linn wa* then *.ii'ug, aud at the iriomevii 1 saw B ;!iel .merge fmm the trece, and ruu In tb .;ii)u of the cottage. Tual waa lb.' riv.t lu»; kiUed Hallj.'hi!." Tberuwiui a tiauie .Mr. C -Iv'.e ). lUcd V t.ty -.- H'-' fit H . ' ttar    g , I "Vciy so.ii.,','ra'i'i w II ;,jie, isiv SLeiiicj, O'.;' ";ai'ir'i.T.'. - I i -...¡u i u.'.ug '.he pall' !'■ ,:inr fr. in .u. r .tl i,-.    1 wai fh'i" H" »l'j i TO" * I.I ir:i( d lu<-. 1 had neviTsceti » rtiim r* ■» ui.'t' -tter terror llii faC3 wi* livlif. Ill* ty,s stariag, aud his Up* wi-ii: 'Ira') n L* .1. Iroir. hi* tei ll: Htii 1 beiiiaitr,.i.i uiUi, 1 should surely li.av.' aiU' kc<l him: 1 «.is an! with jeahiUty. lor I liien ua • .i' ,\ly Pud tc:.: meaway tuit ebruiig 'l .Uirlidii him." I t'.'iugUt I"» itiu lilis I'horuucvtr cimc bnt at 'lusk‘cbscry"!M' Cvri.vl-,. “1 never kjcw bin I'j do so until that evening. .Ail 1 cau oiy I.’, he waa there then He U'jwulon. . iiJlli.auJ I afterwtrd heard t!ic icur.'l i 'ilf l-orr: 6 !:.,oia, ¡-H-lop'ug avr.iy. I Vor.d ’i-d VU'.i w*ou;',vLaI besbould look t'ltioji il.aini t.utter away as Ihoughib • dcU'- Jterbim, I wondered whevhtr b'- had nU . .'rii »pb Afy. I ran h'hnu e. leap '.11 ;• 'h ' in., rtet»i,aml Carlyle—1 I'll ov" if' p'ritrttg o( IfoUvjohu' He was lying ju-.i within. "U the kitchcii ll'sir, 'Irt l. 11 ..cL wo* round iboct Lit.;, aud y    d'it    hur,;eii, Woo tkioxn tear ti.- ■ ;J P. r. sgj; ia :hc s;de." Ki. bard i' ipptd lot Lri.i L ^.Mr. C- yle did not epe.ik. "I call' d to Afv. N'.> ill'. tiii,wcred. No one was in Ih' Ic'vfr r:'.,"    ., id It eeenicd tliat no one i ii in me up; cr. \ lort of pinlc came uv.r n.,, a fear you know ibey klwa.ssaid 11 1 '.1.'-I f..v;.,d 1 c luld not bivr r>'Uiali"'.l auolhi, u.i.iulc with tbu de*<l mad m.L It Lseu IJ F4 . *c life. 1 laught up 'Ji.' guu; aud was making off, when ” ‘■Why did yin t 'fob up th' gun *" Inter r:pl»d Mr Carly'f. "id<'a* pna* ihri ugU o»r mltd quicker tiuiu ccau hpiuk iheiu, espei ially in tbeae sort of momoiil»," w o* the reply of Kb h-ani H ire. “S< me vogue notion fltzbed on my liraiu that myjun "uglit not to he found near th' murdere i ta>dy ol Hallljolin. 1 Was flying from the d or I *ay,wb'ii I'KKs-ley euii.rged from the Wood, full in . ii w, idiil, wbat poiit';é*id me i ranf icff, but J did Ih* worst Ihiug 1 gun in-d"ors again, and L'Ocktirv uallcd aiwr inc t» stop. “S'llhlQg t'lld I" uiuah apaintl you a* that,” o:i«'ii. d Ml Carlyle ''Lockslcy deposed thil he hut seen you leave the ooP t*ge. gun In hand. ap|*iréutly in great com innt'on; that tLi in'iuienl vou saw him, voD betllakd, 0* Irolii fear, I'.uag U*k the gun. ¡md ea<'ai.ed.' Richard .<um|«il 1.1* fool. "Ay; and all owing to my cnraed 'uwiirdta'e. Tkcy ht'l better have laad» a Wi.mrn of me, ai d brought me uii In j*clll. l au. flat lot m. goou. I I'tmc upuu belli"! be 'ao* stand lug 1:: tls-ii halfi lri'le 'Sl. r,> lb' Iress ItaM I.'III cir. Novv I kuew that D. lbel, If be hid g"n ' rtrita' " o the iLriCilou of the O-Itiag.', mu»t SiSVe ni''. I' j i uullling It 'Did you nicoii'jtcr that h^u:'"’ ; aaked him. 'Wluit hound: return ! h '.be'. 'Thai «ae Ml..VI, ti ll Thoix, ■nil )    after Afy,' I i.aW'Ted, lor 1 did l ,i miuii uj. u-lioiiliig 1 T oMin 111 luj ptialoii. 1 don't tnow ai., l'''’t,' r'lumrd Lethal, snd 1 did uoi uini. 'd, hu* aft- r Afv hut yourtelf Did yiu h-ar » '’'i:' I wcui o" '1'«. I dlo,'1" r' plli j, 1 lUpjioavUirta I.Oi'k'ley, n r he', about this eveiilng.’ ‘.\biI r»'* y.'U,' 1 'OU... " d,'JUOtlDUc III I'.ui ul the *li"t *1* fired, t'liu roau'i f.,’ .oio.r In the d.rre 11".. oí liiHiJohn’a. ‘n ■ I did,’ he tal.i, I in nnl; t" Hilk» luto Ule Wo.»l a few p~'3 up Mm;'» your drill’’ 'DUI vou not ' in'otinlei Tli"in, niniiingfriUii th' c.'ttage’'! I'lra.-l' il. 'I Uavi aacoutterrd noon»,' he paid, U'l 1 dun t Uqieve wy-I'ld) » eboul Uui i ury< ire Sod I'H'ktley J qultlrel bita and > .iO') oil,'' oonilnded R] bard IU'.' McevuleDlly hid nut etci. ’ni"in,and km w iiidliii); " And .'-'U ili'i'ae ' "J il"' -ameulqhl, Kii'h- ruyited Ricliard : It U ati iinpieti 'iLty. I taw lum, a* 1 t'l! you, in the same moment that the gun was fired. " "But now, wh -re wa* Lockab-y*" “It It equally Impo'Siible that It could bave been UickHey. He woe wilhia ay view at the tun', at right augUi (ria mt, dm fai Hie wuod. away trom the path* altogether. It waa Tbgn did the deed, berasj i all doubt, aud the vardlct ought to nave baau willful murder agalnat him. Carlyle, I see IM don't briieveniy story ”    i "What you aav haaatortled me and I muat take time P) I ontider whether I believe li or not," repLed Mr. CarLyle, lu hla atraight-forward maimer. "Tto most tiognlar i >oog ia Iff va.n iHlnfeataatil IKLa Xik/Mti’at taiwe.. Lava* f HiaU (Mcenlig Tidiaees. There are many depv-e* In the acale of Udlaeaa. lliaadiapoaitioi. that grows upon one, and eoiaetlmea becomea almott a lion-K If yon witneaaod this. TboriiVi Í dage. Bume great mnairal comj.o»er laid. shortly htdure be died, that h' waa oaly then beghutlqg tb get an taslgb' Into tne ca-MbUUtai of hi* art; aad I dare *ay a tlL.Uar idea haa occaaionaily occnrr-d to moa: i>er aooa endowed with a tbtt keen «erne, of order. In maUcrt exiemal. tidiue»’may go to the leo^b of wh»t we luSd ol Broek, that paradla» ol acrubbing'bnu'bee and new paint, in matters m'-unhylies', it mav go to the lerqjth "f wbai John Koeter tells 'o* of bimv.1i. wnen his fteudiout aru*'- ot Uie eavi ■' jueiice of iH'ry -hade of thought com{>eIle<t him lo make some thouiuuirta of correction* and Improvemecu In rvTltitg a dozen primed i*ge* of hit own com.notl-Uoa. Tidiness ia in eoiue meoiure, a matter of natural leiupe.rameni; ihera an- humau b< -Ing* who never nuld, by p-.salb'llty. all ______ _____down con, ulcUly, 0* some ran, in a .ham- evident    a;    '.he    tiui    -hit    he was’slriv ! Ber where everyUiing is t.i}»> tur.y, .«.u Ing to di/lt on the serm. 1 told Aty so , I "fho never could, by pjiwihUily. have their ami lliatVt ereued no good lot her. \ ou art affairs, their 'ui cmnis, lL:ir " t- and pa ---■-      -:,le    i-otffn LiDIES DEPARTMENT. SritlMe Biati aheat Peroaital Caaferl MAIL ITEMS. not attaching cred.t lo wb«l : uy, and It 1i onlyita 1 ei|>euied . covertheiréa, i '«.air I'lat 1 have related the fa ■!.*. It surely oa tU:a we—I, Thoru, Alv and HHl.john—muat one day miset to¡;»lh) r before our .Maker, 1 have told you truth.” The worda were solemn, tlieir tone cam e&l, and Mr. turlyie rcin-.ined •ll'ut, hi* tbougbu ftilh To what end.eUe, ahonld I aay ihli’" Went on Richard. ‘ It can do me no vr-vice: all the aaaert'uu I c uId put lorUi would not go a Jot toward ctoarihg me." '•No, it would not,” aaaente i Mr. Carlyle. "II ever yoa arc cleared. It mun be by praofj. But—I will keep my tbougbls on th' nuu- tei, and (bonidanyUilng aruie What vrt of a man was this Thom Jn age he migul he ’Airee or fourrand-twenty, tall aud akn-ler, au out-and ont irlttoonvi. ' And hi; r.'Euexloiisr WL'.rj did Le live'" "I newt fcuew. .\fy,in hirloiisiiug way. wou.d say he UnJ ! j ciime from Swalu*i.u, a ten-wlle rid.-" quickly Interrupted liocoae o' Vii'TLuin* Kroia Swa M ,'. liarljl'. • of owalusuu ■' -Ni'ue r.f 111 1 bomB    there thai I know. He    w.i*    tt tolf.llv dilhTcnl    lort of man, with hi perfumre!!    ■'■A    hi*    r1r::«,and his doiuiy glovep. Tl: ,'. üe wts au arutm'rat, i 1'1'1't but of !m taste and tl),e, 'Ltptav-il.g a pr. lusloll of jea : hj'f-Tt-il" tiiltrel ■! ■:.? Mr. twrl'le'SW Wi_- ;; i - Bijbaid' "taaa.. Hi 'uul.iww, dioluon - ehirt-'tua , diili.'.'Ud liugs, 'III. ind nim.; lirii-r. all," 1:1'-lirti'waret. My'in; .i .ii that h-. I'Ui them 'ju to il.i/.’'v Ali. She Irld meInal sbe cou! I fe a t’r*;,Uc.* 1»0).    if    she cl) 'tc, thiUI    1    l oui I ever m*!;c ')-■    A    I»dy'.1. iii : cr' s: wi rcdht-, bul u-)'• I'll li.    ,1—n .    Tuli;: an. not » niic 11'iipru n iioiics', !nteD'.i:i;is t-. oi t iu the v'-alió.) 'I Alv HoiUjo iU' but gh’is ttica vi.:i; .1 tt'ge;-e.'’ "Í-.    D    il    cooid    Ui»t I'III :. of '.M- Thorns «.I Swalia-jo. V.’. a'tli;,»., 'h. ta'ditrs ol yj-acg’jiu ¡ii'-'S. sUort, »i.)u! am! kt-aiy ■* DuiUimer, tl.oid-ird n:",l le.j .■ la do, \ cry unlikely men niv'lL*v ta t_u Into on evta'dilion of ih'S'rt.’    * "Wlad l yptaiii'iB* quetlioued hich*'¿ "J'he luurdi tl ' Th: ii.lii'i "fur Afv* l;ir!i»rd, wLine I* Afv Ki' hvinl Ihin lined hit Invo in aurprUe. "Ho* should 1 kii'.w ' 1 Do» just going to at* yon.’' t't.r’''el!tiL >gcUti.l.haris r.r-Wer *u tVa-.r,- iiue “til, ‘ d'eappretiad imuiedla'.c’v ull'T the luuerui, aud It waa ihougbi—III short, Richard, tne neighbor-kooil gave her . y d.. (or i.aving goua aflet pert, In that ta'xlr.cai.le i-orffnslon m which aome I'eopie are qui'.e aaviatled to have the Ira. There may. indeed, hr eocu a thing -la that a man the!, be keenly alii e to tl;e prewence or abeence of order ta h!s b v loguingt, but at the tame time so nerr'lav iud waahy that he casbol beatir hima*U and set thiug* to rigbU; but, at a ceuerat rule, thercan who enjoys * anil 'laotutssa wli; take Lsr« to bave the u a,unt him. There are people wbt ncve,- no into a Mom but they tee at a g amo: U any uf Its api ointments are away; ai A the Impreaaion is prectariy that which a diteo:dant n.Ae Iraves on a miuical e u- A frltu i of mine, uot an «ccleaiaeuoal truutteul, ..evL.' enters any c^reh witlio'ut deTUuig v»riuaa aitcra-tioui In It. Tu'- tame person, when he enters bit library lu the morning, cranuot be «oay uulil he haa turveyru it mliiwlely, and Mvu that evcryihini; i? right to • hvr a bresd'.li. T«ugbit by long experience, the tcrvant* have done th»ie part, and all ap-i)«ars perfect already to the casual observtr. Not au to his eye. The hearth-rug needs a touch of the foit; the libr’.ry tabie Iccoinet a maivel of collo-atl'Ji. lik'Uind., j.cti--U»ys, 11 lUr-weghera, i.impblcie, Uookr, are maraualed more acLurately tUau Fred-eni k tb» Great's xTenodlers. A chair out ol II* place, a comer of r ram-clolh tunu-.i A thin ahaw] may be made warm by fold :nganew*pkper Inalde of It The paper ir linp.:nioue to the windtiid "'Id air fruu. ontt'de, and prtv-in:) th» raj id ctf'C the warm air Lenealh Ik Ee ry one knows that the heat of the biwl] It cs-~ie<l of mu. h more rapidly In a high wind than in a calm. Th' wind biuw* twaj the beat evolTcd from the body, but ta a perfectly *tUI air, tkit all remains, and ro&sHtu’»t an atmriipberir envelope so nearly of the same temperature with the body Itaelf, that th< la.ter is u.>lao quickly robbed uf lu naluraW.'-at Thrre are some very Inter'e’lng taets about the body's power to make and contain beat, which are lamlliar to oU, wheu UWd, bnt wt'cb tr< seldom thought of In daily ciperiem e. For . tample, the body ill hold a great deal more beat than It gets from lu own turmu rs. The stomach it a furnace, and our food '.i ti    It    kdipt up a r.nifonu treoperature iu the k- >od, equal to abont bPdeg, of ka-irenueU't thfr-momcter. If th*' stomach 'r'iold c.-nsiimc food fitat 'nomjh to maintain Uiat h'rat, the body ioeld not '-r trozen by auy cilreinc ol cold But lu pr.'poTL 'U tú theseverliy * Cold I- s hlcu the tsHy 1’. expos'li rapidity with whicb it losi». i‘U.-slaucea tik “t laio the sioraachn)' ' I, laze much oouoer ib.iu uthen. To pul braudy lU the stomach la hi pitch'uudcr a sle-om nU-. 1; if* oat and ih- greater heat injure» tU»ta-1. \4 e say tha. the body will hold n.» uré-, _ than 11 g'U IroUi lin gwh furnai-es. J RheumálA mettsured by degrees. On gulng out iita». <•    '« warm room, t'. '• hody will imnied oeMy he-. ■'-oo» > 'vat-irin to lose I’t hent. and U lu'ost part with u ‘ ' ccruin number cl degree - I'Clor» il can Regio lu fc<I old The direction toe some umet bt !i givn—"D 'U’t bug li." stove, if vou .ire going lo set ou; on « -old joumry." BtU eiperien. e «ij»—do huj it. Gel a. nv:t d'-groet of ue»l ** you can carry, if u is .’«(JO Tu'u wrapyourteil up well, »cu you can economise thréa KV) d-j^.-rt-s tbrougY» long r.d». But If yoi, but orlytak. ulOO degree* at Uie start, they WuuiC bme b«n e'.iiau*;t.d midway of the journey, «udtticn you Would Live beguti t'j led ci.Ii NevcrtLcleaa, It is an unhcthSj biblt to accv.stom’a self on ordinary o»cw«loa.6 to more heal timu B «cutailj cteded. Th.b> i a MT-'. .Irunken old woman, TO ye*-tt>:c, waai.'iud fr.'.C'S to death in h*r ..u >-u Bangui, Matar, tbeoth r d.*y. A («nther wu killed cewz ktagst.. L niiforiii*. rccanliy, which maMUied 11    ; 4 Inc’uei ta lingtli BY* The atndcnu have alt left Med; ' Tei.a.) College, tnd the pruj.»/;; Li'. fc'.. I'ried on for debn TsT'Heury Wilktae, ataos'r ml-oadon.C W , died from bydronbobit, having, tt ta supposed, taken the mfeollon from hidre In the proeee* of itsnlng. fir hufri* Hendrick wte arreeled »l ClarKnsville, Vs., a few day's agta for uttvi iiig iaaurroctiomiry language, fits head W" parllaUy shaved, his laiv lilaikcd, «ud bg » ta then carried iround town a Was tbq.ped for I ihio. ^ t-*r Tut Society f'lr tk imitle, at Lyuns, ha* the value of two » beat adapted t loot* ktadta tnd joined you." ".No ! uid ILcj ’ what a nj' k Kcvcr «cen "r biard ot }' k of Idiota! I have Kcvcr ocen "r liiard ot her, i.trlyle -iu • ibttt unfo'l'.'ii I ■ ni/L' if .I .' v.,at al.»r'I. juouy, 11 « .-after'ib'.rv. ■Was the mau g ' >J-1 lutlag?" •1 8upi)o»c lb- u.rld Would Cs'l nlm sc. Aly lUoui'bl null uu Adonis bad O' ver hem e-or.-i!, out ol fjbl*. Hr bad tblD) olu-k huir and whlske.rai, riai’. cyea uud handt.-'m* frcure. nut iiia -aln dan<liuui >p>ult bim would you belicvc Ui-tt hi' bou.ak rthicfl. wcrckuaked lo scent? They Were .if the lineal( .ni:>r;c, lilky aa a hair, S' flu* M the one Bart iira b mzbt tt LyuiitUoMugh »nd «ve a guiDctt for "n'v hers had a wreath of eiiibroldorv round It, M' Cwrly'le ooiiid aaeertalii m ;ure par-llculm.., and it waa time liuamru weul in-doDiw Thej proC’ clcd up 'be path. “VYhat )uhtai.»I¥0ni-ThZ * '’h 'ilun It ta ihc s-rrtnta' windows don’t gol «way, Hltoq^b    !>*i>.<>f«»..««i‘'*>*rd..»rttdtag t. I., 'lot. '1 “Thvr* lauu roy*Urj,''BU*wi i*d, ' I th'.ula ---- ta, orlo iinTtr Usiitafat to n.wlta H'l* D.inej ' MttmiUtt wautaJ Mr Carlyle * .Ntv* InviltJ tb* juitlect n. gel Mr. Ilaie liwlli . procia] brlkthar.    —    ..... upluliiu spuB a UtUs pilrsM bn*1,ties*, aou.    Dway [com bie own buv*'- If be esw •ibie "tVell aeie was a row at liuni «'-'Ul my going to uiucb loUillklobn *. I h' V ‘t eriioi and my luolher lUonglii 1 went ,1 . r Aly I'rrlia.''Idid, prrhai'* I'C'D'i. II*UI johu bad luiked mu to l( ml hiui my gun, !L .1 ryrniug. wh**i I went u> •«' Al—wh'i. I W*Ul p) »»•'ioUic due- ucii r loli'ii-"lUchani,' iDlarruyled Mr ('..«liL "U>'":'itii old Mtlng, tiid il i* siiiii.ii .il '. ' fell Ihc «hoi - Uu.h to v„ur ia>iM r aud your doclnr. If 1 r.i , 1" juJgi- uurtlii r anytklngcui beattaiupteil lu. yon,you niu*i UII It to n.r. "Ui'rwlas, I would ratb' i Ic, r uulhiug, libu.r. laawTi-o •'■ni'ti If I 'luil, 1 xiuat” rriwrnvd IU» yielding Hh barit "1 dhl loV' lh» girl i would bar* wait'd li't 1 was IIIV "Wc ter tu wake her 'ny wUr. th"Ugh'lt b*d I ‘f r ..II tod y'wr* 1 i»'nlcl nol ilo m kaow. In Im (»■«    my f-ttrer' op;    vH- I'l. i" "Y" ir «!(•'" I'irHned Jllr. I irlyl», • lb KUbAtil lowkfkl ‘■uiihmJ WU), «III It »a*afatal i “7»:, 1 WM a I ' quit', ai'.o »«» hi - TOO ' • 'l kilOV » ' bier I »”iii    t" "    ■    ' I I - I    ‘ c    •    ■ B'.'. n ■    1. I,    i    I    • ijU' 1* I'of I c'-r "    ■' Pi-l!. iLc m'lr' ..    ■: f= !l rrl')’i).!c-,ra 7 hr l)«l«' I ’"U'iki p> pleiili «" ■' In .1 I'n i • L . an llnlik li.r gnltli, ta* gill:    •«    l".‘.    » niciii I S'1- Id ”'L 1 .. .J'O ' '    , 1 II    I    .    . ' U:"4gkt I'd wall IIc:nrd uUI. but 1 II'*' cr four II 'Ur* ' .re ta'io, ir.'i man- • ‘'e.ULaiy I '    ■    1    .    ,)u    il    •«; a . I.. , «lug loi nt I . ml »),.• I.' .'u Ihil gTMf. ■I . u Ititt hona*— . Il i •.ir. 'iirat *11 Old will ihhik I.', *'id Ibil 't.l'li'ig for >•: IL- It '1' ery cumniun Lnll, and bcarii uU the pocket os well as uU the Lultli. í <r.u imyy earily get the habit of requirirc; two gr three more blankru un a bed ta in w uecumuy. ^«re lainUiea will burn iwlae the fc'.-lthat oiho do, and enjoy luta comfort. T»e extreuti-l.r* of the body get cold tint, often tb a pwicful degree, wnih-ihc trunk li warm But ttO loug aa th'- trtujk '«etps warm, m <t >*r-*un CÍ touuuut yL;oroni Umlh, the.e la little f'-tiT of “catching c jd” b’ >i ' fln-cs-raoríoc*. lu nul orcat ridtae.ii U n-iich up, and    my    Irlend    cuuid    no    more,    g»t    on    I taler to lat th •. toe* vbe, inan tu aUaw with    hla    tttak    01    compoklliou    i.lmu    he    j the lungs to feel on tur toul vt around iLe could fly. kVivi vou «cl out or * winter Journ,.., if ,'OU art natac loeaHcr from cold t.. a, • «i i. u: .ry do ioi •j.;» C'l riiij'jera, fo.J a , ■ ■■ i-. V ..    .‘.ÍCí:.    ..L;    h ca-N »d!ivdoif’..ur'    ,’oe    s"". .si rauouaili tlghi    '-'1101 ..'tu. rniil.«ts, Wiiituaiv mtati, ,:;_1 Vi.:.' Vi lulorivi» ill bil- lio,. . IKC i;... led -.iviatilu ..'tliir Th • .;isiu Uiif r.f iiidii .':it)‘mr oyiTsb) Cl l« i ) k.-ip out wtur, Atid tor liiat ine.v ate a'cond oul; toa slotii, «rater ;' . flrat rat* ' t'.'skau Loon Tti’f. ui.'_    i.n-a.:.    1.    -    -Die a: ! .-in Saral.ynB'lLrMinlbdw Dr. J"Ln«on w. t »hl' lo write li • ‘ Raniller” and to natal.oc I'l.e ).r-..n» ol hi, «• ; o.o.i prc-. iriiile 6'rr ¡"..Ub re IjOo; -t—-liog’a earod. battered, cjvcrc! «rtth dust, etrew.-d In hcap" on lUe .1n«r Ihi: I ilw m.t wnrJ- r thatoidney huiith r.«uid,,a throughaom.Ki) and t'lr'.'d w "k. scd do ii uU cLet-rmlly, when 1 I'-ail hcwhi thCa-d it no ur 'vorUiv ,’mploy. vul of luc Im.'ilcv: which •loshixl re-,)»rwbi:. ni.uil’ug in the " I. linbnij'b Rcie*'," t-i arnu ir.' Hist Wi nderlul snue- r.v.minl;. r»... 7 a! I .-.i . wL.-r. .;w:v    -------................... art'v'itotdi'mwtl.'oni'wrj'tt'i’iwiral! .'t.-d tiL.j. _f w.-.r mad. ’b ú Hi- !r-‘1 i.-.piw.i '-.«r.I.mAl.vffomiw.. .1*1    k..'.    ..1.1    .......    .    .    •    ~ at Ole tU. Hela» cr*?~head-<l*“”’ “ ta Wa.btagU'fl*“    ,    m to urge hi' apprey?    ®    *'    - L-rittendet. But tLlug ta that Ughl. ' bal. at»- -«uv. i;s ¡'laie iij the g".ijil, I iraf he wicd, av-UV.-Uiiuoed man, where wov uc laoiou lisg, '11 re waa th. r"»p of diff. r'-nt pri.. t (iLc rt.-japcs* plii'jd ta the wrapping» marg-I wi.b me dearest price), where «er a.vit pickles, ham*, butter, ch're te, uuloria aud ''cinet i f evt.y degree, from the ' gen tie jog" of ordinary life to 'he fearftilly-nainrd preparations reeerved for evtrvmily. relllsg Nerrets. I must relate mv drrt and last eaiienij- nil lu tralu.: g my oldest Le y to keep family »e-ireti h'.. wn* arbat'erlox.andna he oft'' visili d ai'.""g «trv,ee>- witbop’ w'. I was f'wrful be wonld IcU more than he «boaid, so oaktag bim oo my kuLc 1 said "My diar, yoiimnsi ic'fcr leil anyThir.r *w.My, or le. o-gt aiy pLaiu 10 auy uue—cs-pe.-'otiiytokl.s. Jou'-» IDs ,u;;km!hd C"m[.icL'n1.-d me In an lus ,u.;sm!hu comi.icU'-ni.-d me in an    , .    ,    ,—    ,    ----- .    . in«l*nt, and'Piibavcrvci.nilrinecl lo ik.hi I .    ''i‘,'if''    '    "K'*"* pri>mi*«i oUdlehCc. A le* dire after b-'    , '    re ng.í“''•'i'-• -•«tered my room with on air ¿I IriumpL '    ?    "t!. '¡ ml i    ■    1    1. l > ■    a • 'I    A    pmec 01 DiikOii .    lOth.    Ulkhe'l iv.    Cje andaoid "M«’-')t, 1 mimjcd you. V lote* atS'ri me when you were golnt to .New t ora, and 1 iald,*l can t '.011 jv-n, lor my luainioB don’t w uh you to koow any of her plan»?'" Iu my I'imsleruali.ip I was tempted to reprove the lDiio.'ect Igy, l ul, upon a mo-nieni'a thought. I let the matter |i**s. ku'jw-ing that R could not he expióle ud u,- < oten-nated, aud preferring kw« tbe Cneudsbip of Mr-. JoR'á lalLer than luUy hlr. I'Ure, trusting spirit with aleston of worldly imllcv boy, pet and darlmg with all wh-n knew him, be ramie old enough to let.rt.j taally serreta, I gave him bo uratlon, but trnsted to bi« and the pi'-assiil omw )<#) soe in p-iptara to read lo th'tn al your leitui*. Vou can- tflyh'.’» heels. “If tbe; shoul I be uoRtag out, up 'tain HU apprthi’utlun» were groundli**, ocd he i*nt«re*l un'wu. Mr. Carlyle * loiit wai. over : he left the poor I'onutd r.;i;* tu tie ■Uorl li'trrv'.. eliL b.) kyramritad ana tear-mulLer, hi<'bard nvarlr *» hysterical la 'be, nuil mild'' the he*l ol his vay home ogal I, pondrriug '.ve’ wluil he hul beard. Not a sundu* ol duubt Lad hltherl'i e*-i«'.cM In b » mind ibal i . o.gv «loJl^oLu tiai lU'.'t l i; Jii*'.b ut lie hands ' f Kh-bard Hare. Bni, iu dellonc.'of iL' coroner’s jury and the uii versalI'pinl'in, uc had uirter beUevcd it to be icij.’.'-).'niiirdir lUcbard wa* mlM kind, Inotl' i'-'v;, Hu |..t no") ‘.c b. guilty uf crtii liy, or to eo: luit n oelllieriie crime, I Mid Id: ('..rtvlc L.ul alyvayj Hw, I '."«111 the truth L. brought lo light, the la' tl *hji V ..uid‘ e found I' have I: c« ih'It*,lt ,'f»n -I'-i'ter.t, Of s’ w.i.ii, '. *. :iio, ta whli 11 lii'v- gO' \g1il lia»f yu' ',ol. ¡i a., ruuiurc'l iRiv .ulliji.fin hod oiiyeciotl to Iti.'Loru'i: «IslUtuhis iuoghter.aiidltiaight hav' coine, that uighi, to an cuthrrak Who w**Uils Thoro’ Hi «■rrUlnlyC' aid uot hi a cre-ttlloti of Kich*rer* l'Tt'u'Jí ' liculvi'-*' suit II wee it.'ii'u' iiiai bU n.uu' ha.! lie.' I men resnUuntil, thathUuself and bla visit* were unkuowu to the CeighleT himd. Wa* the le'low an .lisioi'Bl, as Riofisrd htd rail’d him, thslluw pMiwI and "iilrmgUbIs, with hit ♦biny Uair, aud I is bejewri'il dugera, aud hi bwiilki re hi<4t s. akcd lu iirrftfn', flU" *« L-llai,'*-» y tmew Chi', > r wa* uv a nsniLer 01 ih* twcL mob? Asii waa he In tnilh tss rwal siithsr of the murder ' Be it a; It wouki, tuilli lvnt foou had !»• - h tuppL.d b« ra.l all \I f. < »f-Ivle’t trumttt—and be po«*e no t'ligbt sViarr 'the ma lalratcamad' a good evcUiag of It, Mr. (.'arlyl* cittrrtaliilug Uwm I.' suppsr mull.iu I bui't and bieau-iud-cLv •«. IBey lock up llielr pl;.«e for tti'iih' 'wblfr wh'U til* meat wa* bul Mis* ['«rlyl». Irrd to Bed lL«>iaoka, Hi whlth sl.c tuul ■'I li'.-ii ai-'-u»! HU -' in •• .'1 fiithi.'a dtstb, U«d mu'lc hrr L'.*i m at.«in r l yrv •mt't .ybcut altvea Itir; Wrtliad Vl« 1 «rlyl* gu'ul tilitl'l anil dii'iiM I, '"'1 Mr. D ll, ta'I" 1 ' to anrai fri 1:1 hi* luperi If, reiiiali I'i ...    .    1    ,    - • Ri: d'lwn a. am » mow.asl. Dill I wsiil "bW* U*»J «tL *» m H: formalfon of . ’o oak yon » 'pH ,00. Vou *rv ititiic its ; ■    r-r' B : tb** «hl'b lie. I with llie I'hi-rU" ‘ I •: :.;-«oii J thry lJ-> ] I'eu to Lav' tw.i t.!«;:". * cpL I'Tti'-l»’ a'laiiili i.M 'i. fell'• I wriil oTcj U.i Miijday !"r’'i«LLt ■ oiamun teuae one day. ou returalng    ta vigoroui I'vuth. » much mare IromautrrmJH a u ' '    '    ."ii.-i.i'i. "-I'l m  ........a    .1.1..-.. at od awhile alisorbed “*“Mamma, what thaL 4 say wtmn iwoplc    » lew; j'w-pta Who get «, haiilt of ask me 'lihat at your mothtr dolug?' oud ‘■.« did you Uuv* for diuui'r.’" Commodore .'fhuhrlck'e via. CtiilisloQ Is Leiu ved to be Ui rocLuUi, the n ime of the Guvemmeni, Uie rsvei -cutler rocectly lurrendered by C'*»te, h r commander, and dellv'red over to the Sc-atL Carolinians bcr¿ ÍA    Uik    aj    t    A.rdlng    to    ;b. Ruiüiwí jourwbis. 0Í m hor»e-ir*cUoxi r»jJ wny In ^otn TjLcntn t' T.kiiri>, . . iacilluif tiiera^ni oí ImnspoTt ior pj •' ngen. :ind mcrcLaodlse luwar.l the Lui g L, witn 'xie«.aion lo Trcbizoiid, or fv Erivan ami TÜ1.» to Feli. to’ji'. uumner of paax ngers carried net .r»eu Europe and the United Str c,-u»s*. vear. In the trajis-.Mlvstlc aieamcrs, wv-ahout ?-l,tAXl, of whom .'■«C.UOO were Ixmii l Wcalwaru. Thta i. an tS'-reaae of uioii than IT.fttW in the iq'jregate, couij imi ui.h the peevlou* year. Tihe ftrcal lent It taid to Irave re aiarre>d. in «rietktai; of Gove.nor Flwd's reason, for reaignmg. "Tbe igr.-y'nt wt» made '.Cta'en the Sicre-turv cf Wai. ' h, hail ua right to make il, ao ; ihi ira- yj ■ — 't.iL at Uharlosfcn, who Lt.l Bm ; lo keep h" i ff The riiport of the eummisaioner. of tlje Geni-ra. Itaud Oifice shows that th* cjal fl«'li¡. of the luited ^ule» v.raor upwar.l < f two hnndred iLomiaiid sqnar hUm, ax.' are . apsl'ie rf »u, j lying sUam iHvvrcr eqimi to tl" whoie phvnral tor *•the i.r*«-n' puj'iilat.oii "I the globe. O'"A few oav* aco John Stoneker whi! inioxlL Bed, dred X his wite at hit residen ' u ir Ania;.„a, k. , bnt le Lng to hit her, h.-•Irtw * Wrif'-, ar.d was iu the a ■: <)f diswta; I ti'na* h'r throat, wh*i« his son, a lad of fourtoex, ;>i.-ki-d u; a «.an and. d'ed at h i lather, hihtag him iostanüy . tif.-viavcry enst* ta Wagftingion ler i ury Tbi: Imijms in that lounlry -w'cd llallve 'avn a hundred yihff ttgi, i.tu n»ve (re.;tinu'd t. hold that « of ; -‘ iynpt'iihe ; resi nt time, sUhouitt I'iv. «hoiky Los nijw ua.ariy ext-Tuln*t«l ..¡ '-i. re L.t. r -and tlave. koff'A iLl.'iuc «api «II'U of go. (m UT' a I*:'.".'» Mu'ic Hail, MaU Frm. UCO, wU thi ■leciL!’ of iLi- ’”«h Noven.N r. The ,=*) '.ntiv.l 1, v:.(! not Jighled. tlnyp^l ., into the uo»o>; remm a lib a Itirút, ;w-i men wtr- ... tkinqly burred ai..l    ". V relo»' ».rr    . ui, unit th. lu.Lv ture wrtwhcd. i-if ln« strange omLtslon by («..vem it F- acr I'l Ualioauy all’, don tvi th' late s ' ItminiU -t '.auUs.i .1 the tei c-'ily oil', 1: n to li'caliz •b .«n;«uis; n, U,''ic rJly remnrked. It I* *a Impvirtaut matter, and on: wrouM have ua.urally •ii|'P*rte<i u would Lav: hod luoel partlcu'wi allcx;.,'.. -M'eu tu iL Tbe I’resideui bw said that U itov (mor Wise's iuvodert viriuo lue Dtslriei to .’ommU an asaault, they mooi en,"ínter un com;iaaiei of Fedtral uoope. TheComn. ,:, CouBcil of Washington wUi, in a day orti., pta* ordcts to et-opersle wilt Ihr Fr.atu. in midntainibg ,.eace and .ecurlly, IT. iniUiia of the dl.*trict ate prepareil lo .. with efflriimc}'. during the day, and sleep uud’j a hair oii    iv...  ___»_    ,    , blattarU all uUhl. ttae without auv mrii-' at Boston tor th* year IHrtl, waa thlriT-ulu'' million eight humlrod tnd forty-atae'Ujoi. aaii'l right hundred tnd ninety ''igbl d lUar*, agilnat forty fourniiillmiseV' D hundi-d in<l ■eventywevDO umumoil seven bnndrrd an eigbt'on dolíais ;n HVl'J, a decrease lu l-OL> It four million ¡une huu'lrtd and iw.uty- ru! Lar boot. I’ i*9k'-' the iJUt lender, t-r pdOailj ,u cuilat'-t, ¿.Vv^ »o ^-ai,, and wlieu left'.? ta .n, vit.iiln;r :    w v'lri* llabii L,'.'''..'b .'!1 ¡-Hint I’ri-'pi'j . rl.i beat friend ol Uir humau tout, wLcuhi* Ua-Hicr and *ti<'Lc* ire but. cat. AvlL ,.„-L I;.    .).j. c_i. I.:,,. . v.,„t, r number "f'leg-. V- 't hi»l ¡I »u'.t k'.h l.-om It* o«m fumat., the * oma... ,, i iivc.,¡ * ’ I) ia luiii'.'jd h ,:.»i r''.[ vti. Fn examta^ whcv. Ilia taud 1. warm, < .luao: bold it In tbe oil 'f ah t own for .. 0 n.i out wben it 1* colu, and <-iet«..i'' v nm ftil al»o, y.iu ir.'.iv ;ioid It Hi. re i. '    m^. titc' aill.'lUl H'..'_    ..    1 , ..v„a,a' It. It t;j..:ir-! I 'h-l.    :    ,-rv    í-mw-i; »« la.rc'hc.t, Ihan'.L. .¡iTitil; •tappi.vt .> Uj ow"a lumave. Its extn-mlHei and anr-j f; •: .vftcn become pauuuUy cold. in will'Cl, iir»vc,croti»i,ionallyfln'l* m abotel a drt!'':i'ncf uf tv.i Ci,T.rne' i..-th- -"Hlvere a, of dix»". mr may requite th.ui 111 hcaltta fi,' urwipapir It l"id* ut a al aWL IS m.Tc flevibUi th u thv pajtiT and will lost a wLole winter, it b t tb' advaniog o; .ecurtag . laorel «oiraHi Withaul thu additional V*rigbtuf a thick, r gameul. Tic ooii* lUai.;] ai.d U nipi-r ol a peiMjii uoa mm L lo dj wlu til* cU'lsiran.e u: Cold. For thi* livaclty ia asort U uigv our flr. that letaen* lb> aeutitutty lo oul-waiil lintirct*iua>. Au ludiilereut, milk *hd-w.'ier jaraoti, wiUuial lUtr,.-;, ai d totcc, la at the mrrev of every . dd blast that *11**1 u*«iugsniniwivu»ie»*«)noi wortaiy reoucv ; ,     i,    -—---«r- When hi* young brother, e mor. quik I “j''    ■    *‘*0    e'l’?“*Uy    she, ly, but equally fond of vlelttag, anda gr«tl y* _ i o'.»___■    __t.»    -It    ® . .liirit.ff liilk jtia'» iaTiH    n    IwaIb*    «ní blatdtrU all uighl. itae without au) larii-t*lputpii«o, lunlortunauily lb Tv are iu>ii,) rúei^bltiug hoa« h5    ^    *    «I'inted dcluste bed I? thi ag?t, tnd Urn ' Ic thi* World ol cjar.gva' ie cUinait.Citre .■gisdriSi’srri';;: ir: "-'".>-1'...m What dill vo'i iDv d'ar*" (»ld I U'sprici'. ii. wtalvr, ibcy duci’t iike wtnur, i _ “Why," *»id he, lUiking ha-hft Iv xide 11" summer they prefer tn’nmn. and In tu I , HT'’Mveaion ptjie.ra ccmpisin Ihst thi -1 taid "1 eucN It it lime mr iu*'to go "    ’    **    JvligLilsl *eiMia '>“• b. oume Uir Uioster ol bnrglart,gar *    ^    >e«r .V »«uw itnmi iu Au#(f4*lI    luurUi^rrf^. sfTfroi bbOiAiituc if.aaxT... fft ttt I It B . *ouU uv    .    w.    u.    Uf    lúói'trI **•'1 «'Uttlnj;    Afw    ri    itaJil.    il,    W, 1 MM ^ I    ft'• » p    For*!'    I pe'• 1, »el'’'<‘•*‘"■"'’''.1 night laai, n'v 1c;= tf • the I hlldren U*?taf,^ordln¿tQBgo, *"tv ! m m'*nv luca. ■'!t l V’i'lt.g --.v ‘ .-l.d l ■ 'Henxti w r" rarrouii and t.'fL'd ti"l Itaaginthow It will bind them to vo-a ..nw-agxmH ,pl,n.Ji,'i ,. L eva-enta uf But t'hooat Weil lor them, lor Vhu i"” ■    Lre-.    ■    ■    ■    — irv blr ory.inusl ,"1. .B - lUfiireiid ealhu-;    dapurimem.    It    would    imdutaia I'*’ ; ’ tal gr ■*’.ervii'*,lh. h-re.c I ; , «'rasint*.) ..ibao"anli ' I"'OL reCw-ag*. «uH «plen.Jiii ,.L eiareentat.fwi. .    -    .i    ■    ,    .    * 1 iior.) 1- ural Nail.oidtl i.reen wl" h g'Li■ ••! i.alrv    Tli'- Nlfui of llrJ<    r.ihad h;L. cos-e • elontmadc api'U Ihelr uta J uow wdi last * ,k lU* tv, mb ta so ‘mu) ' iiiilc lotiflicti ' V ''i'''r ’ l*'” a w'lll'th* h'.'.lr eromhV lUve Ihsss ting' .nd glortnu* rictoric, over lb' Brliish.    •“* ' , '“*■ ‘rt'-lavry. A tv*pa foge.kei. ami *lii¿ wllli th*m. taachtag ¡ a M'jnd* l*l»ndcr bj birth, H.n'iwl tir.t-’i ‘'“'Í    '»»f‘'** h*» Uuasto boeg tonga aud hymav. Ui them »ta«C *11 .U; | wu tout •oulbwarel t*v G.''. ral VVaakiagion. Iramoseslf ua. Ilk* bird, -ol ul, yicywr tunn. Have Ihr... hit moat rellabla< fatal, u.; ..j hit brHlltnl I fthe richaai    t.-tton diairict I& fiutoally lulerested In the Um* ú;.tig* L„ner»l«.Ul« ai.U vlrtuva •oerelc .rrel hin.s. if I«lÚ be opewod amntenienU aui* p fed t mrt «.r tui' p ■'..p.iiout, having *p«ci aa. h. *o that lhair bah.It wlL guneraliihip ai<U virluia vo the people >o Ihle scrtion, Hntt b> e-.. «t tamwrd rraJdcd In Ibe ik'Ulii, .md hie 4e bjr railwny Imm Bombay to a“    I    V""'-"    dta.'Lgulsh'd    iir    j    wíí^amaííS^ ■sideL -oi'j» aud girl* both 'rod outof-1 n,rar dev 'lion •(..' , bou-" iii d.Tjr work while *1.; ,*' cv.s dlrx i lad syin;»tBJ*'=, and th. loud vole»* W-nd | R* g*». eow be'a.r. »« a and rtghU 'f iLr j iuz:aa«d, attempted to lake tlM lit* oi bis *y»li;<, -i.isr.t tqut't [art ut pledaih ' R*'her Hum k'«1 lL¿ F itt U...:i'..i, ata Hl^In LouUdd. si xt tprlog, tker* 1» Is bo and Very lew. crcn ut th    ,i, I i.ti « "t * »r c l a " I'.. ilii„, I ,U'I Ugr. •    ?*f"Btag evhlbfllfii fi) tba iwmatss to th!'it. i’ara any d I’l,"' i.'.- . .g t iay*«u di iggml Hi«r* and «1» on ib. par*p, > ‘»f JuRs Faatriana. who di’cd Is Ksa*la,*»d ma'eriti* noed in Ih* c 'tap- '<<>"» 't IDU ' uuiil I'a* y;uti wiw Irwd '--.V (1. /Wr-o, ' L 'Tnk fwrto euibalBinl, tad bar body batta : madi till «iildtpi u( a law prunwa wuA tb. I l*ftrrrt»nfy    r <%u?tlDi5 if» d»(Uia»**l Iff* twei n the up; •' and iL:- '■•«ar lenj; ted f >la« A'DSSair». - I'u,- ..I c r 'vtij .r Au- ' th' Sgiast g IB.OUH Irwsvw. U to (t.hma«bt re Ii'ii. ’ f'"*"“'I    *-O .* .J" nilliip th' «Into at lb'i I bsglsnd for MbloiUon. with her cbUd, I I'lf* H .I'll' I'r . 1*,..‘U: p' - H'i'lr», I ' I'ri iiH'ri Hon.'.'. New Vork, , n N'w V'tFl . *1*''< uibalmtik TU» it iho wumati with lb. i SCO loiaBi..r- mil o'O'"!    I*"' "''V* >*U"d U]>oii bi l.iftidredt ibt L «rd WseUiug'.' n ' ‘ )• !v who 1' rr»ft'-r l*r>'. 'OT:! ;n *! - ’**'. hMtrv, - re I,'.' nlpi ’..rsrU'-'iracatilkbei' Bthte |1ff*Am'tig Ihi-I'ltrr* Ivtng ta th. Nr* V.i’l. taoii oilier It OH' tahlnaesd lo Jeti:, vt' 'Wtianl 'vigrvpriisteLiseeelio'Kathtfk r. U*i be * rulahV' "I th* •am- I* ( hreniosLi'iiiwihol ■ Hi- I«•"WO»l .wtalStaS .still ah'

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