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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 9, 1853, Cincinnati, OhioA nSM fOñ "THE llEEiOíj"-iIBEPEí}l}£II ALL IHIN6S. NBüTftAEIÍí ¿íOIHi!í&. VOLUME X.-NO. 47.CINCINNATI. THURSDAY M()RNIN(i. JUNE 9, 18.>1 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. For Uic UolUr l i A MONOUV 1 bore ftltiLe aoU «ocptroít Wbare Uie ni)rili!'    rrrepidfCt Overoue »bo»i>ni} (#enU) bowrtl h**r hrai. VpVftrJ In m) mliiU are |p«|>ir>f( Kefy)llf*cin>n« ihal are iwropiji*. All UtliifA fMm int‘mor)*a keO|.*)iK« Save Ibe Iov<m1 one Ueatl. Hatatlj her aoul weui wiug\u¿^ Ibroui'b air's arure b<>*»uiu suigiujf, AtigclM bright Uoor gtoru.-s fliugiiigt KouimI her fli/h; atwivc; And abe ••nien d Mt aveiiV high dnrelling, Serapb mualr round iinr awelltng, hplrlt ToloHa Awcoüy tellinf, lalesofbol) love. Obca when evening winds wcr«^ breaihing, And wild flow«T« Ibe forest wrealbjiig* Whispered she to riie ol leaving, tbis old giorious wurlil; but 1 smiled at her deep sighing, Ureatued I not that she wan dying, Knew I inita weight was lying OVr her being furh d. Hoses on her cheek were glowing, Life, and health, t,nd gladuess showing, Was It strange that I, unknowing, >’eTof Ihougut of blighti But not long her eje l>«ained hngbtly, Daily, rtaliy. nightly, nigbily, tirew she spiritual, and I'gblly, Grew she pure and wlule. It was vain to tell my anrrow, Wished I that eat h coming nn.rrow Prom ray heart Hie l;fe might burrow, Making me lo die Ufe had lost lU brill laiil gUarning, l«ost its ail of g >rgeou9 dreaming, Lost luall but bitter et'eming, When she went away. D«> you wonder Uut I'lu weeping. Where the myrtle blossoms creeping, Over one wbo«<ifily Dieeping, Gently Closed her eyes (Id U)Q worll's deceit and sadness, Its heart-breakings, und its inadiiei:, its delusive •‘tenes M sadiieas^f >be lives ill Ule »klC!>! iProm th<^ Amcrirto Ui !SI0(>. O & T»K ANOHYMOÜS LETTSR: A lALf. OF (.ambhiix;l »T wakak.s t. aaUTON OUAPTKK 1. IHL KAYMfcR FAMILY. iHarTEA 11.    I    *'Nu,    sir,    but    1 can not accept m(/n*y from | conQtiug-rooDi, where be fosnd (.'harlet Ray AKKIEMl IN .NHKIi.    ,    ......    .    .    i 1^* of íoiajt lo the bink to n.»L OiUi .topped to tbmk « mument, ilbeitit    «depoiit. .Mri. HtjiDer trombled with emotiou (I the wti not t btoitto «hicb be wi. »er/ much ,    • I)r»» thi. cbrek f jr m. ('b»rlt., it jgu landlord uf the bouie »aa admitted to her addicted-but then Gilo »a< ibrcud, and a , plea.e.** aaid he, haiidiiix b.m a check fo-vot pretence. .She had re.i|iu«J ail hope of con-    liuKle fla.h ol h>> rradv tbonght dl'clmed the    baudred bollan, tinuinp ic Ibrir preaciit abode, but the ibock . ucca.iuii ut Mra Kajrner') wruple. .She int    ‘'Certain j, rejulied tba. ln> "«hat of beiup elpelled from it, «a. ^rceiouitobe    pected he did not meau «-ell bf her danitáter.    i    luatter with )ou, GiltiT    i    m    look    mure trri- ‘uope. And In depart, leaeinc the rent uu-' “Hob' I'II fit that all naht. Silly old wu-|    oui than jou ueuall) dn. paid, waa to bar len.itiee mind mure dietreii. ; man. to think an. tnch tbiiia, Ihnugbt Gilri, . *'lki Ir'and Gilei ba|t^>rl tu think the lag than the «unud her pride had rrcrired. ai be omp'j- ent.i tMted him.elf ht her tide. ’ he did Icel alilUe more tulcmn," than ututl. ! haee nut been able to make on the mou- : ' Mrt, lUyiier, I loee joiir daughter,’' be    Hu lather t ttrangehrha.mr troubled him, ey.' iiidthe. ' bnl 1 barecoucluded to gi»e    laid abiuptlr.    and he could notbiit a.mciati    it    «itb    the np the houte—”    “I    feared    it.    " ‘•Wilboot paying the rent? " iiiterpueed the “Voo/cereid it! am i a moutter, that you landlord.    iboold fear it? Annie doci not fear it, nor .    .    ....    ".No,    tir;    1 feel acutely the mortification think me a villain, or a hetthrn.'’ n itbin aabort dittaiceuf tbeeollcge in the I of my preaeut puaitioa, hot I auurc yen the    “She it joang, Mr. .Morton.” ¿y.    "Sbe G eighteen, l am l*euly.    We have I widow lady, whom for the pur^tet of our . “Indeed! aiid wheuf'' tueered the man of already diiciuted the mailer, anii with your itory. we aball Uke tba liberty uf calling Mra. ¡ bntineaa    leave, we look forward to matrimony—that t “At loouat we can putiibly obtain the ne-' plain talk, anyhow. " Rttner. memory of the uopietttni aftair, which had before ctuted a tempo.'ary rapture between him and hu father. ".Are you ill? ’ atked Charlti, I n a.-e generally in better ipirilt. “.No, uo, notbiug of the kind, replied Gilet, ralluug. The eleri departed. and on bit return, Gilet ,      —    r-.....1 -----   I......----- took    the    moneL    and    returned    to Cambridge Her huiband had been • thriving mechanic. I reaaarv amount.”    Mri. Rayi er conld bat imile ai    tbe    blunt-i    Before .nndown, Mr. Hlint w„ mede tu- who, unlortuuately, at the time of bit death { “When the eowa come home,"    added .Mr    ,aeaaof tbcitudeut. Hie honcity    completelv    :    pcrlativcly happy by reeeiviag hu arrean of had only juat entered the highway of prosper- j Hliiil, contemptuously.    ¡    diaaipated    her    auipicioni    and    the    began    to    re-    rent;    and    he    received    with    tae    laoney, a piece ity.iotbat bit wife wu thrown by hu pre-,    “ You have been very indulgent    in permit-    gard tbe old home with ditlike again.    of the voungitndent’i mind, wkieh, how .ver, mature deceate^upon her own retoureei for | tiag the liit i^uaiUr to remain lo loag; we    Giles wa» frank and manly, and    the    widow    '    hu tordid toni allowed him to past lor «hat are verir grateful to you.” “And 1 must late two uuarter't rent, on ae-eonut uf my wetknex. Yon tball not late it, Mr. flint. All tbe not unly gave her eonitut to the union, but lit wat worth. tUu, after nincb haggling, roniented to receive the hundred dollari f.'om him at a loan. But Mr. -Morton, " aaid the widow, “pray cuAm.R IV. IHf. FOKGHli CHEI K. tbe support of herielf and her two imall Cbildrcii. But, being a woman of energy and ability, the bad maiutaiucd her little iamily comfortably, and managed to give the boy and girl a very tolerable education. It wat fortunate for Mrs. Kay net that her lot, previoui to her marriage, had ‘'een cast in the midst ot poverty, for there the acquired a familiarity with the harder aide of life which WM of iufiniu I '■ Poor leiurityr’aiid Mr', f'lint. glancing | “Nota'word. ,Now where ii Annie?    j    „    .. lerfice to her lu itrujcpliDg iKiioit the truU 1 grooBd the room, m if lo itudy the probeble    .Annie ceme í(íí¡d, aod though it ii not oor I "'R had goue. y*-. .M-.rtoa «Mnot tbttbeiet her,    ¡    ■tiiity    ofttUching    the    wUow’sfurBÍture.    *    privilege    to    ntrrnle    the    ptrticuliriof the »nb- :    1    ;    . procecdh of our induitry ihnll be religiously j do not mention it to Charle*. The poor b*jy w *.    «ja devoted to duchargiog the debt,*’ re»^ .led i baa been almo.t hirraised to death to pay our j    ^forton returned to bii private ollic* Mn. Rayner, with coaiidcrable energy, for ¡ family bill*, he doea not know anything about i    “•!• an hour after the dn>artureo[ the doubts and iuipicion* of the landlord were the rent, not even that we owe anv, for ]    though    •tiliin    an    tgitaied    frsme    of exceedingly anuowng and painful.    '    have alwata atteuded to that myaelf.’*    !    he    had    nerved    hiinseif    lo    medthe    no- * ‘ Pganr tM*!! fi^v I' * iri \f i* k'iinV evtata^int#! '‘VrataKnrr) V<aim-i«kmrmial»tviimV**    I    pleaSaU t inteTV 1C W W 1th h II SOQ , She had learned the trideof a Uilurett, and at the death ot her bniband again applied ber-telf to it. f'ortone imiled upon her well-directed eudeavura, and though the had dwelt in an humble abode tnd fared bat coarte!), the realized that even poverty it not entirely unbleit. The ton and daughter arrived at years of maturity. Charles fUyner after aeveral jeart uf study aud perseverance, becamn aasiitaut book-keeper. Ill the counting-room of a rich merchant in-Boston. Though hit salary was small, it was piously devoted to the uses of the family. AuuieKayuer had learned her mother's trade, and where all were industri- , : ons and prndent, the dwelling of M.-i Ray-I ‘Yon an aware, sir, of the circnmstanrea I sequent interview, weatsnrelhe reader that Ito seek the ’ ’ '    ’    •      •    •      interview,    il    innocent,    aud    his    departure    an gered ill. Touching a little spring bell on his desk. not strange that a drsire to make a better an- | rifjce ul the huudred dollars, petraucc in the world, gradually^inv^ed the i Umthe feelimr was only ,moiiienUry. which have reduced me te this distretsiug : it was exceedingly pleasant—full uf sighs, embarrassment?”    |    sentiment, and all torts of tweet lai ings. “CerUinly, ma’am; you have been tick. I'    _ never believed vou meant to fAi-n? me out of    rHvrraa    iii the rent,” replied .Mr. Flint, without a very i    •    v„vvmíiii«    i    s-ni.ii itDdieddiiplavof delicicy.    .    THK A.NOsMMOUH Lhni.H.    ^    --------------- ‘1 auureyoQ widid not,” ioterposed An-    particulirly nnforluoate that Gile* i endeavoriDg to appeir indiífereu!, a* thecierk ■    ■    ■    .Morton did not happen to be the posseator of | presented bimself sent out about half an hour ago. ' "Bid he leave auy message?' “Xo, sir. ’ ‘ ()r say wbere be was going!: “No, sir "Bid he—was he—" and .Mr. Morton, unable tu coutrul ll.t emotiuus, abruptly paused. He had given him thcaaonvmciii note, and he waited the approach of Charles Rayuer, I w hogcuerally answered this luirmons. I "ifave you teen Giles?” said .Mr. .Morton,  .....  „u-    ..    -    ^       I    endeavoring    to    anp    ..... nie. the great tears gathering in her lustrons ' -Morton did not happen to be the posseator of [ presented himself black eves at the wicked emphasis which Mr. i ««'.‘‘'■“‘i."'''!    PT'od    «ir.    he    wei .U tbe door, hiddini .Mrs. Kayacr good err iag. be met .Mr. Aagnstnt Bartoa, the Yoa di I.” replied Chtritt .Aad do )o« say that yon lid a-it g.fe ma book kicpr’ of hia father t mercaotile hoasc the check fetfaer? I*. ■:og tpc 1 riceiee of the oeciiion, be LO- 'Idid'.ot here it the rb(. k Thcruuier ticrdtt-i'Mr Birton blushed, aud evinced a sBS^iag a fraoii retarned it. I has- no 1- iire toavo: ! him.    with,    however, t« i.muu toe matter in thb But the book deeper patted on, and Giles pisice. eule cd ib-‘ bouse. .Mrs. Koyuer was tlilf Mr Morton p.'-i-i red therhic's eodiormil. and Anuie—bluabing. beautifnl * Bid ynn not write that at toar desk thit t tie I. wf.<-in he had that ■ av devland hit mo. t'sg? 'eoatmnwd Giles love wbeni he bad cboien for Lit own from '.No. it u forgery, would (rod Lit bid my all btr tti—was iu teart:    grey hairs m    the    grave    before 1    bad    teen    this She rose from her chair,    aud    precipitately    dayl” retreated as he entered the room.    ‘A    bit can this meaa?” eiclaimed Giles “Anille' what is the matter, Annie?” said movad by kit father's sniieriBK. he, persuing and detaining her. ' Alra. Kny-. “Bo not n'leinpt to conceni it, Gilet, tkongh Bcr juugrret me bat coidly. Am 1 denied yon hive inned, do nut enhance the crime the frrudsb'p—more than friendship—1 have    by a lie” soug'il beneath yunr roof? '    "I have    sinned,    '    retomed Giles,    aarm- You hav. paid Mr. flint tbe hondred dot- iy. I saw yon write this chtc<—taa yon lart, Mr. Morton, have you not?'' asked Mrt. crumple it up and thrust it into your p'lVaet— Ray ner, coldly.    here are the marks of it ” I hasr, I had your permitiian to doto,” Mr. .Morton started suddenly it a ucw replied Giles still detaining Annie.    thongbt came into bit mind. Giles wu astonished at the coolness uf the “The psper 1 gsve you—thi anonym sis let-recipiiou, ut, as most young Invert iu hu ter—where it thsi? ' exclaimed be, with ea-poiitiuii would have done, he paid bat little crgv. attention to the mother, and turned from her "Yon gave me ao letter—notoing bat the to Annie. The poor girl sobbed in bitternMS check” of spirit.    God    be praised' ' almost shouted tht fath- tv Hat does this mean, .Vunie?” what have er, at he grasped the hand of Gilet, “1 hate I done?” aud Giles attempted to past his arm wronged yan my sou forgive me” around hrr waist, as he had done a hundred^ "Bon’t audeñtaud you, lainer, replied times before.    !    the studeut. But Auuie shook him off u though he had '    “1 gave you the wrong paper. 1 received been t viper, aud retreated to the other s de withtne moruiog mail, an auooymons letter, uf the apartment.    written on a blank check charging yoa with Th-student was amazed, and the indignant improper condnet. 1 wrote the ch'eoa of liz stont fallowi he eoaid make ao tffee-laal reais anca, and ao he waa Ukcn along to ihc nasal Uudmg. where five other prisoners all lietims to tbe press gang, were wwait-.ng their embarkation. .A boat was in wnit-lar, is eommand of a liraieniat, and iuto it was Tjui witb the rastuf the unfortunate -e«i..eu, aaccrcmoniously burned, and in lets thiL half an l.onr hr luund bimstif on hoard an F. >‘ua fnvate which ley IB the m 'llh of the ris er. A Gut set ot men, said the Bnglish cap-'am,ai he ran his cy- admiringly over the stalwart forms of the imp'essed seamen.— _—. . "Thev will juat fill up the lint of our miin- "jg, B*lou» Lsw or Bivoaca.-Somn lopmrn.    few yeari iiuce, a young lady, frenh from bar ^Are yon the commander ®f this frigate?'*    education; appeared in aoeicty, cap- a keiToni.tddreaaingtheman who hadjnst tivated a jonng fcllow-conntryman writtwefi-■pnaeo.    '    oiled hair and patent leather boots, and after 'a fes weeks married him. iojoomed, u ia often the ith the father and mother d the lady. The yaung wife '«aaa ny ladv. and her huahand was quite aa gay a lord. At Capwin Bownie at your service replied „ »cquainUaee of a fe* Iheeommander, with mock giavity.    Tne    happv    pair    loioni "l ien sir. of you I damand mj'immediate custom abroad with th release. 1 am second in eommand of the ,f the lady Amc'ican brig now ready for sea, and no ,iow-er lu F.ngiaaa can legally detein me. ' That; t,iry ball as woo : godu.n.youLg.ter, ’ replied the cap- present tnd tun wi:b a sneer. Y id are a littl -1«.. jonng ' leireted by e fi.rmrh an oflirc. Tbe king neesls men and ipn call "ad hliwd mounted to bis torehead Th's is lucompreheusible, .Mrs. Kayner,” continued he. Here are the one hundred dollars you paid Mr. rlmt, sir. 1 have beeu so lortnnate as to ending at iiritto give yon the moucy asked for, and ascertain Pi what purpose you applied it. But I altered my mind, aid put the eheek into my pocket. Then 1 conciudet to giveyuu the auonymoui letter, but it u*w tp- FHut tVr¿¿Vpo'n thit^iVlainons’word.' ' !“* bis existence. It wuuld have saved him Poor girl I though reared iu priverfv, the ”he trouble of applying to his “guvernor bad never before fill its dreadful sting'in her i f».r ‘h® not however, that the worthy pa-i^CDtle heart    ' ^rttrrb >*ai over Mriipuioui about inch lodui- Mr. Kliot looked at her. The pearly tear* ¡    l‘t>eral, both in hi* Tier* „    .    which chased each other down her brautifnl ¡ *“!* •'•th his pnrte. even toa fault uer was the abode of comfort «nd happiness. ' c|„ek, teemed tu imprest even his business Hut somehow Giles had an niidefiiied dread In the midstof their little prosperity it i» ! heart.’ For a moment he felt equal to the sac- ¡'4 being asked what he designed lo do with the money. He did nut intend to lev anything ' he was extremely auxions tu kLnw w hat effect mipda of the ton and daughter. 'The old house j eomniercial soul re-atterted iit snpremzcv, ' was daJk auddeaolate-hadall the attributes ,„d Jje became firm again. The reflection ‘of cheerless poverty; and though ludnst.-y | that the debitiug of one hundred dollars to the ■ and ecnteiitmrnt had loug rendered it tolera- "p-afit and loss account ” on hit ledger would about bit pro|Kiied matrimonial relaiioueuu- Circlenlle.J/ai. lew. IfKor Ihe liollar Tlmot. THERK ARE NO TEARb IN HEAVEN. ax JOHN T. nwauTz. I. 1 met a child ; bit Tei t were liare; Hit weak frame eliivereil wiih the cold ; Hla youthful brow was knilby care, Hit fluliliig eye hi. torrew told. Said I, "Poorb'iy. wliy weepi-.i Ihou !“ “.My tiarenls biitb are deud.“ he said; “I have not where In lav luv head ; Oh! I am lonotlxl frlce.lle.», leiwl" hot frleDiilesi, child ; a itieud eu hijh, For you his precious bhioil has given ■ Chser up, and bid uaeh tear he dry; “There are no tear. In Heaven.'’ II. 1 saw a man In life's gay noviu, Stsod weeping o'er hi. young bride's bier; “Aud must we part.'' he eried, “so s'mu )“ As down his cheek there rolled the tear. "Hearl-slrkketi one,” said 1. “weep not;' “Weep noiJ” In aceenia wlhl, be cried, “Butyesierdny my loved one died, And shall she bo so soon forgot»’’ Forfolleu? N »l still lei tu r love dusuin thy heart, wiih aug ilih riven ; Sinve, Ü10U. to meet Ihy bride above, And dry your Mart in Heaven. Hi. I taw a gentle mother weep, At 10 her Ihrobbing heail she pre.l An luf.BL seemli.gly asleep. On IU Bind mulber't sneli'rlng breast. “Fair one,” said l,**i.ray weep no more; ’’ Sobbed she, " I'ho idut of luy hope, 1 n<;w«m called to render up, Hy babe hair-aeh'd deatb .alooiuy shore Young meiher, yield uo more Pignel, Kor bo by paomn's leinjast drivou; ilut Bud In tbeie swi et word, relief, “There are no tears In Heaven," IV. Hoo- Irav’ler o', r life’s troubled w»ce— Cast doa n by grie o . rwlielm'd by tare There Is an aroi above an save, Tbtnylel.l not. Ihou, 'o lelldeapalr-Look upward, mournt rs, look abovo! Whai ibough the Ihundert echo loud ’ The sub shines hrigni bevond the cloud j I hen Inst to thy Hedeemer's love ■ Where'er ihy lul lu l.le be east, Whslo'er of bill or w.h- b,- giv,m— Be Brm •remember to tbe hit, “There are no tears in Me .Von." VVooow'&an Htou Si uool, .May, Gé) ble, the day nf luiiigcuce had passed by, and their improved circumstances seemed to war-raut the recting of a more airy and atylish dwelling. Perhaps this was a mistaken notion, hot we do not mean to “croak” over the impro-priely uf iodulgÍDg lurb vain aspirations.— Everybody ought to know hit own butiueii best, aud if tbe luail thought it advisable to crawl out of fait comfortable caae, and move into the deserted shell ol tbe lobilcr, why it is no business of ours. I The diugy old house wat abandoned, and the neat, ipacioni abode, wherein the opening of onr story finds the family iocateJ, was taken. It took nearly all tbe savings of the “ poor widow to furnish it; but then her children, for whom the had toiled ail her lifetime, had come to maturity, and she thought it proper that the accident of poverty should uot too strongly mark their destiny. And perhaps tbe loving mother had some other mutivct, which she would aot have been w illing tu “speak outloud.” Annie wu just ¡seventeen, and tbe roost bcsutiful creatnre • 'that the soil of Cambridge—albeit classic ' soil and celebrated lor its lair damsels-ever nourished into wnminhood. Annie wu pretty, though she hum a tailor-ess—aud the good mother had sense enough to believe that being a tailoress was no detriment to her understandiug or her capacity to malve even a rich man happy. -Mri Hayner knew that It ia the inevitable destiny of young maideus to have beiux, aud. look bad, derided him to do his duty as a man of bnsinesv, though he sacrificed his human heart on the altar of mammon in the attempt. “.No: you diJu't mean to cheat me; you have been unfortunate- Bat that is poorcou-sulatioD for me.” said he "Biityou shaif not lose it, -Mr. Flint, added the widow. "Yon cannot pay me,” replied tbe landlord iucreduluusly. it had produced, but he did not like to ask direct questiou ul his clerk. “Was he Well?” did he apjiear at usual?” said ha, at last. ‘ He appeared very scrioai for him.” ' Bid lie appear "—augry, he was about to say, hut checked himsalf. “I remarked that he was not in his usual spirits, aud 1 rallied him upna it.” “Aud he said uothiug? ' “Nothing, sir." Charles depsrted at a nod from Mr. .Morton, woaderiog what could have ha|iptned. The mercfaaut relapsed lutoa revery. His agitatiuu visibly iucreased, aud he rtrngclcd ith the emotions of his |iaternal heart. W as til after he had graluated, aud being aseuior, he was uot destined to feed a great while oi anticipation. And thvn there was another circumstance which particularly annoyed him just now .— His father had for'several weeks been nursing a suspicion that Giles wasgettiuga little dissipated—that he gambled uiiw and then, and ludnlged in other fashionable vires. The old gentleman set his life by Giles, and the suspicion was terrible. He began to think he bad over indulged the boy, and treated himseif ton great many self-reproaches, in view of his weakness. Now as we h-ve mystery, even in a newspa-    .     ,_______________ My furniture is worth more than two hun-iP®®    •* *“’® “®l 'be least objcetioii to Gilts a profligate? Were all his fond hopes dred dollars ”    I eleariug np the young man's character before to he blasted? The countenance    of Mr. Flint luddenlv    :    *® P®®®®®''»•>.’:    The    youth was bold,    ; Those ouly who haye mourned over tbe    sia brightened up, and    he glanced around the    f®‘®. «“<1 dashiug. but he was eutlrely luuo-'and profligaey of au ouly son, can imagine rimm with a sort of    spprtiting look which    ,    ®*®.' ®f nnything like dissipation.    the painful feelings ot Mr. Morton, as hr    re- was infiuiiely aniioyiug to Mrt, Kayner and    i    Bat at the same t'.iae thr old gentleman wu    ■ fleeted upon the supm-cd error* u (.,'c s. Annie.    I jntlified in bin suspicious, for be had actually j II his indulgence nad ocrasionej this sad "ft is nearly new. and 1 should not    wish to    ' '®®" bis sou cutera uoted gaiiiiug house; but    I departure from the paths ot rectitude, per- dispose of it at a great sacrifice.”    ; Giles had gone to save a fneud.    |    haps there was yet time to retrieve the error. "It will not hribg its full value, of course, ¡ Mr. .Morton wu angry, and in a fit of ill- and he resolved to see him at onse. ma’am: but you must expact to lose some-’I    soundly    rated his son for Ihe act.— | Thinking he might have gone, home he ruse thing on it ”    I Giles was high strung, but he calmly stated j to leave the office, wheu the cashier of the “Perhaps yoa will buy it Mr. Flint?” said the motive that had arluatcd him. The father bank, at whiih ha did his business, entered •Mrs. Bivuer, douhtfully. ’    “* iu®rednlous-refused lo beliere the stale-    , theotfirc. ‘ I I what could I vio’with it?"    mcnt, and Giles, too independent to vindicate    '    “.Mr, .Morton, the teller of onr bank paid a “The next tcnaut of tha house might    want' bim^ell.Auy farther, remained silent. The    ; check just now, which looks a little suspi- it "    impressiou was confirmed, aud Mr. Morton cious.' said tbe visitor. “May be but Mrs, Kayner, 1 do not deal ¡ "®Pf hiHerl)' 'u secret over the supposed pro- “Ah!" answered the merchant, looking up in furilitnre. and would rather not have any. I H'li*®y"‘ ‘f®)®®»F m*®-    m snrprise. thing to do with it. 1 shonld recommend yon But a few weeks partially healed the wound, ¡ “Yes. sir; the signature IcoKs bad—not iu to sell it off at auction.”    ‘ and Ibe affectionaie fainiliaritiy of the partiea : your nsual steady hand, I wonder that the was fully restored. I’ufurtunately for Giles Erocnre tbe amount, which yon will oblige me i pears that I gave you the check.” y accepting.” said    Mrs.' Kayner, offering    ''Which suited me much brtte.. him tha bills.    “I threw «hat I inpposed tube Ihe check ' Madam. I demand au eiplanntiuu; in my I into the tire, whicn ocrounu for my belief poaitiou I indulge the belief that i have the | that the check you drew was a forgery, cspe-right to dcmaud one, replied Giles, bis lip : cially as my nan-l, from mental agitation, slTgbtly curling    was nuiteunsteady wn-n I wrote it. ' The circumstances do not permit me to tx- ■ ‘What wu the letter about, lamer?” plain. "    ''Another time, my son. 1 am thankfnl to -Mrs Kayner, your trcatmsnt oi me is not find that its charge was groundless and base, only unjust, harsh aud cruel, but unworthy since you say you a^e engaged to thic yonrg lady—unworthy the mother ul .Annie.” lady.” That; t,„j b4ij p,rty la the capital thay were !, u married ladiea are especially continental gentlemen for wha; ,    adoration”    the    yonng    wife,    al- yoa mast Uke yonr chance with the rest.” ,hoa^h    no    more of it than she liked, lio;un mean toktv ihtt 1 am lo de- wai honored with coniiderablr more than Uiueiou b^rd your ship    pleased her husbind. The latter remonstri- ■ Tertaiuls    ted—the lady rebelled—and, “my wife'a Then sir 'epliei Tom, while his eyea mother.” srf zo/cai mn/roww, lupporUd her Hashed i.r-. ' yon will do it at your peril.— daughter. The huahand settled the matter .Already have yoar neople ran up a heavy by putting an hit hat and retiring to hit own reckoning, and the day -hall yet come when piternal mansion. yonr king will have to settle it. I am exempt, The marital fend was now intense, and the jiy you' own li.wt, from impressment, and you conjugal coaple were only of tha aame mind know It.    , tonching one tingle anbject—application lo the J bf ftpUm showed • liitletopera»onr be- tribaDaU (or a divorce. Thi* wm done; bnt ro spoke, hot turning to one of h,. lirnien- the Belgian law will nllow of no tneh annnl-«Dtk heiai A:    linf of a marriage eontraet until lha angr; Mr. wMootoo. have theie men • oameieu- p4riiea have renewed their demand lora di-tcred, and then tution them and meu the*;” roree eneeevery year for three years, and withoDt fnrther remark he watiei aft to Oor joang couple Douriihed their wrath his cabin,    dnring this triennial period of probation— In a moment Toms mind was made up, thrice made the demana—aud were dniy sum and without further marker reaistanct of. maned fast year to hear content given tbnt anT kind he allowed hi* name to he entered ; that they who had been oue *houid theuce* on the pnraer’t hooks, and hit meat to be at- I forward, and forever, remain two. signed him, after which a htmmoek and bed- i From different sidet of tbe Coa.'t the mac ding were lerved out to him, and he was di-] ried pair witneased the untying of the knut, reeled to "tnm in” at toon at possible.    ,od, wheu they were free, they passed out at The frigate was well guarded by ¡sentrita. , the common porUl into the pnblie ttreet.-'here being two npoo the puop, one at each I Approximation fired fnendship, and the gen- I'ou will ublige me by withdrawing from Annie blushed like a rote, a-, Giles tmi- ' “angway. one on the iorecasile, and one on the | tiemau offered hit hand to the lady, in token my beute,” replied Mrs. Ktyner, with dig-| imgly acknowled the wickedcuiuptc;.    '    lowspn't. besides those who were stationed at I.    I ''Mrs. Rsjner. may 1 ask how the parlirn- I va.ioui posts below, so that no farther notice I will do 10, madam, but you have grossly lart of this forgery reacb-d yon to soon?” ' was taken ol the new comers alter they had wronged me. 1 have befriended von and yours, and you repot me as you would a dog.” Nol without leasun,sir, ’ “Yuii ¡/ICC no reason.'' “Hrubably it will be appareat to you ia a few liaya —and .Mrs. Kayner felt a little un-aasy at the coldness witn whieh the was driv-ing awav the ineudof their dark houra. asked the student. “Yo'< mutt excuse me, tbe uilormatiun sras given iu cuntideuce.' received their bidding, siee|t to give the teu-tiuelt the additional cnution with regar.i to watching well that no one left the ship nnleti 1 met .Mr. Barton as 1 camcm, wu it ¡ he wi-puted by the ollicer of tbe deck not from him!”    i    Tom's hamm'ock was already clewed, and that there was no malice between them.— Friendship had no sooner lit bit torch than he illnmined the slumbering einderi on the chilled altar of love, and tbe young conple walked together to their firit married home, whence the hatband hu never since permanently withdrawn.—CAarcA aadState Gat. So mnch for fuhiunabie lite. But stay— "Annie, can you permit me to depart with-iUt a kiud wurd! Can yi-a banish me from yonr presence—doom me to a miserable separation, without telling me why yon cut me away? ' Auar stood in the eve of the impulsive studeut, but he dasbrd it away, aud with a quiveriug lip, gued loudly at her. "Ub. Giles! ’ murmured she approaching him and extruding her hand—not at the olivs ot peace, but to mitigate the bitte'ncts ot tbe parting ‘ .auiiie. my c';ildr lulerpoisd -M'rt. K ly- I c moot afford to lose much 03 it .”    .    .    ,    ■    ,    ^    ^    - “Blit I must have my rent,” and Mr. Flint, >•'; ^'•<‘ ‘••cui.rc'i Ih® h»tred of a villain, „ .....  „    u    looked    more    stern    aud severe than the widow *••*• tome smistcr purpose m view , teeiued though not quite so inevitable, that matrimony    ),j„,    . disposed to destroy the harmony which exist- ! is part and parce I ol their lot    I    “if    .on    w    ill    call    to-morrow, tir. 1 will con-' ®‘*b®tweeu the father and son, .She was a fond mother, and it may have o«-on and he readv    to make a final ar-1    .    there it aiivthmg lu the world more par- ' cnrred to her that no very stylirh y-nug gen-    mngment    '    ¡    "'®*® despicable than another, it tlcinau would be likelv to come a-'vning her    “To-morrow' the old    siorv Folks that    is    an    anonymous letter. Not even tbe lender- danghuriu iho    old    house,    where she had spent    f.n't n-'their rent always tall ahont to-mor    est friend can be smi dy proof agaiust the thcyearsof her    severest    straggles    with    the    ‘for my    part, I am siek ot the word, ft    : mflnen®® ®f tbe co-arf y «upon. A snspi- i,    jo-rfav with    me "    | cion, if nothing more, is kindled by it—a sus- flut what    shall I do. Mr. Flint?” and    | P'®'®“-‘bat may poison even the heart of in- , nocence Itself, andsnudcr the bauds of tha I purest friendship demons of poverty This is. however, only a surmiseof ours, ^    ______     ........... and we beg leave to give it no more weight    widow    trembled wriih emotion, than its reasonableness demends.    “Bo! »hy, pack up and be off.” The r.nt of the house was two hundred    ..j ,¡il move on .Monday.” dollars a year. It was a large anm for a    “Yon must pay the rent first,"    said family m their circnmstances to pay; but then pj¡„t ¡„ , ,jr¿ decided tone, thennited products of all their industry seem-    impossible, sir.” edJo warrant beoutlay........ |    “Then I must attach your goods.” Mr. -Morton was seated iu his private office. Among tbe letters that were handed him from the post office, was a dirty envelope, in which thrown in the fire wa* inclosed a blank check. On the hark uf “It is a forgery, said he it was written a charge agaimt Giles, which ¡ “So I snppuse'd” ' Thongh lor a twelvemonth the Kavnerfam-I jj,., R,,ner had never thought of sneh a ‘PP»B®'1 the heart of the devoted father. It    “And Kayner presented i'." ily were happy in the new honse.aná they had I    pnrpojf    was    too ap.i®»"«i““®«*'-    lo    l    l .. QO diffieuUy in keepmn theirfipen*e* within p^pentto be doubted    Mopton—Si»:—lour »oo Gilt* it in    *I‘>rton touched the tprin» bell, tnd wL ------- AU--------------k- . I K- ..    ,    the daily habit of fiiiting the dangiiier of a Charle* Rayner prt«iaed hiiii*eir fM the tear* that rote to her i poor woman in Cambridge, llu.purpoie i* ,    ! it do more than I hare (fftie, •    wicked.”    ^    f    \i )*e to beggar me, I cannot help , The merchant dropped the paper and gatped    It 1» a forgery. »aid Mr. Moi tlíAHUk LKL. ■Y MU» hOkPlA-.i aiCL 1 «Ili wb sprr. Cb«rlieLer, Oldra u>e:Qfr..»i > ti.ce. 'Uiiibcc jr ficiai’.ie? •hn'if Wbrre we two Oi«f(her tiiiyed. How ibe itciiUCAi Ihiu^cU wc hKi«. 'liii our chubby    ~ 'Htcu onr ki/rcn trthrrfU lat, iiU the wevry iriKra Lif ht Mg ti u, w f ixmit Joi frif" * Liule Koie. and tliufUe Ue. 1 wiU wbiiper. Charlie Lee. iXbcr lU.rie» uul 1 liter, Idi tbcc ibr niudi. ^here wh te !u r« tuDa thnr he»ilf. ^ >ere>weec Nt. , i.ne ourpie »rr«, Aad in* hioletf utl wilJi xcw. WiieitUic i<iDk> cHFAer Nudiiing •CHtlrid toUptríitUFf* Aad, w.iD iliiiipieal hanualut, we deiiahtrxi. Cburlie i/ct. t wiU whtaper Charhe Ue. rr^ured aKinta ud(u iher, Haw w*n,jg.j    fjy Putiua CiAiiD^rrifl upibrliiT R<i«((helilhtV4V111H (tin "Ol !>■ issr — me M Dcrrtei isi m vriiii»iu tn«ui thall.n«g.i> eiihereilat laapruuaUDf Cti«rlie l<r. I w.h «hi.pw. Cti.rl.. I/,-. (Xher atoricw untu ther- JiuM remeraiier (i.m | Jubar.i |i»r the hitflirit tnsMjiiia wTirre PiriH.Med Humuiu.a larua «uti («ft, (In U«r n>i(irti erwn atipir tre*tf A»dtbffli ..reiautfDariad Caug'it Uiy euila <>1 e-iJeti hair; But thi 1> 'a’l rang (.lit III ¿,9^ Noble heartovUbaR.a i«« I have «)i it-Tcd. C'-ari c ChilJuh lUif.ra unlo !fi#t ManliniKt awal la I'H thy orow. Aad thou oamt t.ttb- im’W fur uur rliiitiuiws.i aeunuy iimr. t.ikeunUia nnJoig ihviiip, Itiat wet atnl la ‘ '» yc^n. Lie w t k iH w (H *v >(!(?« ami l< tri, hkBai«et UoufB !i -** ’-isalau» a:— LftUr h>iea, aud Cluthe l*rr. Nrr^mUe, Ji* t. I*M. their incoine, the e'i|«Triment proved to be a j failure. Mrt. Ra.yner by a fall on the ice, re-    ,    j.„, ccived a severe injury in the spine, which m- *    , diiced a most distressing illness. For SIX nion.hs. she scarcely roae from her bed, and during all thii time, Anuie, like a gentle spirit fron the heaven of love, watched over and soothed her in her anguish. “Charles'salary was all the family had to help , The merchant dropped the paper and gasped    “It is a forgery!” said Mr. .Mortnii, sternly, ij »» ■    ■    ,forbre«th. Hcwt* igood m»u, and probab-    Cbarl»* wu Ibiiuderitrruk Ifii cbcck Annie,knowing nothing of the details ®f ‘íZ''w;?hXt’Ve‘‘*wrBe‘Í 77he“ >h* !    'I'"''""*    *■"> L...:-—.    .L.    nf    .La ' crime with which the writer of tbe paper agiiaiion. charged his only ion. ft was iu direct con- “A plsin csae, said the ei-hier, as he sur-"    .    .    •‘•“J'-ij."?,"    •’i    XchXt    a^f'®“*‘‘“““*^^^    veyed    the    pale cheek aud quivering lip o depend upon, tnd it rapidly    »"»T    k®-I    ‘A'jV®" ®[    ^    lerUiued, aud 'hough the mirerable charge i‘ karlet Uaj aer. fore tbe coutinned demanda for food, medi-1 *•': “®”‘®*'> ••'®m with, mingUd her teart ng;    jj,,    jg,    '    “Charles,” eontiaiied Mr. .Mortnn. more it cinc.nd medical attendance. .    "“;,V‘'pX;o«^Td    a"pro^    the    <!®®r.    ¡    ¿eh.7e'‘.r^prompted ' RncHk»®''*-I thought you .n hon posed .Mr. Morton. Youhareout bttrayed my confidence, Charles?” “No sir: retnrnel theassi.taut booi-kerp-er; ' but as 1 leit your pnsate ollice. 1 fo ind him at the dour.' “Au eavcs-drwpper,” added the merehant "Boes he visit at lonr b'.use, .Mrs Rayn. V Tbe widow looked atAunie, who blushed deeply. " Occatiobtlly ; he i> oue of Annie’s friends,' rep'ied ahe, smiling. '■Why. moth-r, V'n know 1—I hate him.” said Aboie with spirit. "He iia, bctu quite atteulive to her—” iier. ÍL rrproarhlul louts. '    '    ".Mother I you are t.a. bad.” interrupted "Oh, iLother, 1 am sure it is false, and the Auuie; "I will leave the room if von talk so.” warm keancd girl flew tuber mother, and re- "The blushing little btaniy did leave tbe cllned her bead upon her maternal bosom.— room to hide her coututiun. ■ He ia iunocent. I Ano» he it iunocentl” ; “He hat really persecuted he-with hit at-' Iniiucnitr' fxclniined Giles. “Innneent tentioni,” continued .Mrs. Kayner. ' But we of what', '    ' have despised him beeaute he attempted to "AoDie. yon have been inducreet,” said nndermiae the ebaracter ol another.” Mr.. Ksjner.    “.Mioel” tiid Giles. ■’BÍ what am I accused? This itallanin-. Yes, today he said that you came here iguia tu me;” and Giles laintty smiled.    with a wicked motive,    and what    was    more    tnat ' He could not do such a thing, mother; tell    |    your father bad found    it ont” him all, " pleaded the weepiug girl.    '    ' Theaolhorol the anonymous letter, evi- "You forget, -Anuie, the promise we made.” | deolly.” added the merchant, '1 now remeui-teller osiH il ” "enniinn.il tL. ,...1,;— l' I * did wroug to promise; he is iunocent, her t&at it was written on one of the blank ícruL^fz'cd’íh. cX“"''    mother.    1    see    it    all, now, it’is a,plot.” ' check, engraved expressly for me ' flow strange you lalx, Aubie.    'tufortnuately I believed him. Ha made "Tell him mother.”    i the act of kindoessyon did me, Mr. Mortou “If lam accused uf anything, Mrs. Ray-' appear in an equivocal light, aud offered to uer, it is certainly proper that 1 should be in- ' lend me a hundred dollars ta repay your loau. loriiietl of the uature of thecharge.”    '    so as lo redeem me from the powerdf a prolli- “Boe. uat your own    conscience    inform    gate, as he called    yon.” you? ' said Mra. Rayuer.    “The    villaiu!"    muttered Giles. ■ Pon my word, if my conscieucL hu any    “Thank God!    my    son,    you    are not what I particulwr ¡an!’to find. It is vtry Ui.dcr of ' have beta ltd    to believe,”    rjscnlated i'.r me,” replied uilei laughiiig, lor ha 'elt that Morton. “1 am ove.joycd at this happy t'*-an etplauatiuu would restore the baimouyof uiioatiao of the advcutuic. i just Icarocd the rrlatiou betweeu them    from Charles that yon visited here.aad I raiue ' You a.touish me, .Mr. Morton, continuad    to rebuke you,    and    save    this    lad' s dangh the widow; 'yon are either very hardened or    ter.” entirely iiinoccut.”    “Glad    todisappoiat you, father." 'The latter were the more charitable snppo- i    “And, Charles,    you have beeu a good son, aitiun.”    '    aud a faithful assistant to me. Mr. Barton “If you do not deem thcqneation an imper- will be iinmediataly diacbarged; you shall tiui'ut oue. perhaps you will tell me where yon take his place aud receive the same aalar;— got the hundred dollars with which you paid twelve hundred dolía s per aunuui.” M'. Flint, this morning, " said Mrs. Kayner,    “I am verji grateful    tu yon,    sir,”    returned fiiiug a glance of keen scrntiiiy upon the atu-    Charles, earneatl' Lent.    “Bhalllnntse y future danghtcr. before .Annie involuntarily raised her weeping I depart," eonliniicd .Mr. Mortou. ivith asmiit ^t's. and gued earuestly into tbe face ol of intense satisfaction on his rsuotenanac. Giles. I'oorgirll She felt that all her hopes Annie was sninmoned, aud tbe merchant .-e-ted nuun the answer.    pressed her little hand appearing a great deal Giles Isughrd heartily at the oddity of the better pleased than ronid possibly hsva beeu question, tor having no suspicion ol the ap- eipectedof a money pnacr whose ouly sou The widow was silent.    ;    having hm g il up he tnrncd into it withont i ' the gentleman offered Au hand to tkelád), ‘Mr. Bsrton knew nothing about it, "inter-i undressing. The night was warm aid sul-i in token,” 4m. "ivs, that was it—the divine, try and as means wt giving a circnle.tion of ! though latent, social principle in the soul here Irerhairlhe gnn-deck ports were lowered, ^ got the victory over hnman pnde and folly, and from the place in which he swung ne i and true love asserted its birthright. Wise •ould look 0 It npoB the water as it sparkled ¡ law that of the Belgians. Veiily. the man biueath tba beams of the bright moon. Tom i who first piojected it mu t have beeu infln-lay qniet uutil about midnight, but u yet he | euced by some good angel, and deserves a “Who presrnteii ii?” "Your clerk.” “Rayuer?” “Yes.” “Bet mo see it.” “It it ouly a hundred dollars.” replied the bank offi'-.er, handtnglhc merchant the check. *'I have drawn n.. sutl: i htrk.” ‘ It looks tnspieiont.” “Hut fUyuer it hou'St.” ‘■Well, y'ou don't always knuw.” -Mr. Mortuo eiimlued the check witb a great deal of alteution. He had drawn no check for that amount eicvptthe oue he had The jioor clerk was in deep distress putaiici- was at • aut. nothing now aud he cauld not I ki» kand on the knok, he pausedJo the threatening pressure of «n'.kf if’m* the flood of anguish ¡0 rontidrr. ill which Hewniugbis bauds iu auonv Giles hit “And so 1 ani.sir,” rvpliedthe jjuog mao, calinlv rvgard the threatening pressure of | “""•'■•'J"®* the Hood ol aiigmta i“ ""i®" ; ,o„_his heir—upon whom L had lavished stung by the accusation. He had borrowed mooey, the F®®®'®    them    hit    paternal    allcctiou-r.ilet    ‘‘•‘"'I    ‘®®F®‘i    thii    aheck?'    said    Mr.    Mor- elamnrnns fur I tnbterve hii lutereits, he bade them a na^ty ,    inn and the provision ilealcri were clamoront for!    , the paviicnt of their bills, aud to cap the cli. F®"4 morning, and departed, mai ol his misery, two quartcra* rent efthe hontc ramaincd unpaid was a villainl . h or an hour he wept ill bitterness ol spirit Mr. Fhat was a man of bntinett. He kent ■ over the fall of hit noble boy. i he thought hit ennteienee for Snnday nse, and never al- that the dirt) scroll was the work of an ene-lowed ilto go about with him week davs. In nij. never occurred to him. hit pew at rhnrrh, he conld feel for the dit tresict wf the widow and orphan, bnt hit bnsi ton. "1 am entirely innocent, sir,” ‘ Youpreieuled it?” “Idiif,'' Then if «oír did not forge it, who did?— Mrt. Rsyner's health wu now partially re-stored, butneithershe nor Annie had added a dollar to the income of the family (or more than SIX niiinlht. I’overly, cold and repulsive, stared them in the late, and threatened lo lav ill icy grasp upon them.      —    -    -------- The landlord had repeatedly demanded the convenient lyiUm nf philoinphy, whme sab-¡ Mr. .Morton spoke not. his soul was too full The strange appearance of Giles when he auiniint of reut due him. and at last threat- iletiei absorbed Ihe tins of its co-ordinate.— ' (or words.    bad given him the ebrrk, was now arrountvd •M.d to .sp.l th«in. unless it was imrnedialely I He eoolH rob the widow nf her last penny, i •'Father, 1 want a hundred dollars this ‘u®- *"4 •• this Krrible cniiliniittiuii of the ij. ___________________ Iu thrmidit of his affliction. Giles entered    where did you git it.?” Ihe otticeGi obtain the hundred dollars. .Mr.    Charles shuddered as he thought of faiten- neii    policy    and    his Christian philanthropy    Morton looked at him, his mein was not that j®K >k® erlme upon Giles—upon tbe son    of were    not    intended to    be    used at    thciamr    of a villaiu, be did uot blush in the priicnce    hii employer—hii own friend—the lover    of lime. One was worldly thrift, the other a : of hit father    hiwittcrl Mr. .Morton spoke not, his soul was too full paid. andcompnund for the deed by sending mii-linnarintn Otaheite and Siam. to.,., llu M) UlllLit ' iitet b. a hr Ksi. . CUT. '.A hundred dullart! mother,” said Annie wiping away the teari that had gathered in ' her esri, “wecan uevc* make npthatidm,” I “Alas, I fear nut, n.yehild; we must sell ' tbii furniture, and remove to a more humble abode" replied Mrs Ksyucr, sadly. "\\eean.retarn>theold houseagain,” sighed Auuie; "perhaps we ought not to have left it.” ' of her inatrrnal p'lde disturbed her. She had ] hern rhasteufd by Ihe rude baud of disease, whirh bad rolled back many a fund aspiration tor bee beluvad ilaugblcr, t harlet had iutrojured into hie molher'i (fuiily the son ul hit wraith) employer, who was a atiideiit »t the I niveitily. Giles .Mortou was a dashing young gitttleman, (all of    l',, Lu    They    had    'beeii    peJcviLed    in    the wKsiII wHirriKi, •re Ihe wnf.. ,....... ..    , Ana 'Uskissed hr theTght :,t iiieinsi ivi|mj1 dai, While the sslirri l r tioi-.i < I-. :. ». When ess soul I .•Ilul sad uahlUred w-r. ISIS. gut iBeirtr teiie Ut Ik* hopia "I s k na. ; Niid tliv ilcelh pviigs s I Ivlleli id fnit' i.rf l.lel..,;.l I tin klfiiaJ n Uir i d wiier. mj I .thei rvsijet whtrv Ihe'luc" "• "'r M'-'her iileurd, \reiKituuiult m.» o.me «u.l » , isieeirr lu.G itlkeee e IwviiBewii S'u u ..nJ r.i u won Glheaiuisiuallierol inliit wiU »■> Ji *» »> Da Ike hill «hele Hie ereeu ■'■tsrv ai"* For'Hi'.-senl h . Ik. i g’lt «1 ihr in';.i»i id ¡ Whilelkt sallete «re tUwwit » Otrevla. fVwi# Cu S Í (irNTl.t >»?<■-,1 Vo aeeetil rert •'■« ItWswditk'i Diorniug, " said Gilts, speaking in au ratv, young man's guilt reriirred lo him, h' wa. coufideut tone, ahieh.wiih his preseut feel- ' Verwhflmid with anguish. The landlord departed, believing that he 'ings, quite amazed hit father.    Gilrs bad forged hii lathrr'i name, hid produced » proper iinpreMinu upon the '*Kor whttT” i*ked Mr. .Morion, coldly.    It w»i lernhie tnd he i*ked him«eif nhit minfi of Mrt. Riiyncr. He had vitcu her in "I inuit bep •nduljreuce ou that ixiint, hi* duty waun thi* i nirrjicncy. Gilit w — fiimpli* of bniine** dec ilion, which he hc»pfd father. I do not with to tell now, but 1 a*, hi* friend. »ud be ought not to b»cipo»ed—at and truited would profora the payment of the I lure yon it ii (or a good purpose—one that Ra^t m the prc»( uce of Ibi* caihier. debt.    yon will cordially approve.    ' Vou are nlent, »anl Mr. Muitou. ... h. Gil.. M..rinn _ “Indeedl"    “ 1 am eutiiely giiillln,, sir. bul I eaun-ot I „ L    If the antipodes of human nature fver niil “'ou mnst trust me, tbii tunc, and as toon relate theoarticnlart,’’ said (iharlctlirinlr. Mra. lUyner was iilent. »;®®,k»J«, ««i"', ¿AXfr .Sted eXthe?    at tbe circomsttueet «ill permit, I will dit- “Shall I seu I for au ollicer? uked lie eompunetions refliTtioni upon the inJnlgrncf 'key' infr uui'^    o® ®I •    '    close the Ihe use lo whirh I inUnd to pnt it. ' wsbiir. whoriewrd the luallerouly in a bnsi- ..................... “■    '    Giles glanced at the landlrrd, he taw the Mr. Mortou pausvd to rifltcl. The thought “•■.‘■•''P'’®* cold twinkle of hit eye. and la hit great, man- that this iiinney was drsiancd to aid lu accum- (-l,,| 1> soul, he despised him. Fasting on, ha ru-i plithiiig hia tnii'a urlanuiia purpose, at once    „i tered the sitting-room,    '    priseutvd itself. But there «at an air of tin-    .. i l.„    .,11 l. k.i i    ir “Good morning, Mrt. Kayner; good morn-; ceritj in the young .iiau’t manner that tend- c „|''Airlii,uied the mvreh.ut Lu Gi !. lug. Anni.-whil. in tears? \h. I see it all!" ; ed to disarm In. suspicimi.    1 Ah ih , .«1^^ I. hed o m h L 'ki, Ll "Tuu find us in truublv, Mr. Morton, re- “I will give him llir money, and watch him, * ‘    '    I'l ' thstlhis "I the wii'ow,    drying hrr tears.    I will luiluw him lu Caiiibridge, and discover They had been    perceived    ill the    very    actnf    the truth of this charge,” and under the iui-    _,,l k.. Ik.i.,!.    .>,.1 «....1 l.b...    .k.M ■ Mr.    . u . ii.il In ,k...«. th.    *®4    however    willing they might puls* of the thought, he wrote a rhevk (or tha -íi 1. .11 neht Air faXaier«r h.., r 1    “I lea it all, Mrs. Kayner; that mi.erakla qin.h the purpose. It w. iiid he miworthy in ''IX fre.ag.ap, .h..,|..n, a'.Uin'y for her daugh- '■;'‘'i|ír..''rbd!’eT but -.ought autto blame '    wo",:!?hTB.e' Td «"did Zh    lon't    U.ir'riltr' Gilrs .Alorloa Ireqnently repratrd hltvisili, i    , l    li    ii    j    I    ,    “Hul it I» all right, 1 rememher all sh- iit it •ud tba kiad mother diicuvarad how welrumr    “Blaina hint the    uinriable villiio'    said.    It was uot    au easy snhjrrt to    approach, aud    aow. ' thay «era    lo    Anaic. B'jt,    if    her    hap*s    flat-    Oileawarmly; "ha deservea    a good    marl cow-' Mr. Morluii was piiuliiiry rmbarraised. Giles    'Ihe eishirr    dvparlrd,    istoiiisbed at the I Uicd    her    with tha brigbtucsa    of    the    future    ' hiding.'    wailed pali»nlly to reci ire the rheck, hut lo    irriir hr had wilnrsird. ,sht had piiidanee enough lo eiercise a proper    il    ii    ourlaull.    We    eoiilil_    lo I pay him hit ittoni.bmrot, hii father rriishvd it np, “You iwav go, Charlri.' and Mr. Morton rautiuii in tha niltar. The young mao was i    'ka rrnt."    .    aud thrust it    iiilu bis poeket.    ihau.loned himself lu ihi    piignsiit    gn.    ( with the only ion 111 a wealthy aud aristocritie filh    I    “The scounlrel ! hr is    a rich man, aud    "® Morton rrflteird again; but    the iiiort    whirh this evidruct of his sou’s    rrrklrisnets er, who would probably never consent tu a    i    (brratrns—but 10 matter,    Mra. fUyuer, I    »a refleetrd the uioreeoiiiplicated hi. poiilion    had Iluodeil his sensitive soi I. uniou with a iHiorgirl.    '    nnderslan.l il all your !ong ill.iess has em- keeame He f.mad bimsril utterly unable lo     — Biiring her long illne.i, Oilaa had aonlln- barrassed nm. Bnt run inu.l let me be your "l*en tha milter. he rnuembraure ol tba    i    innraa» urd his visits, and lha annum mother saw (ntnd. flu- mueh do you owe him? "    preyions unpleisanl Interview, fully imprcu    TIIK    lil'l'll iii. how deeply the h.artol Aunia wailmpreiaad Aanlt was mor'ilied at she slloition ir hint with the uree.„|yol me.tiug it calm- After p'"'ug Mr. Flmt the huudt.d dol by his handsome lire and wiaaing address. whirh hrr lover found hrr Iimily-m •■'ilud ,    ••■Í    eonselousnf    his present igilated fieme    r„|,. returned to hi. room iu the collrge. 1bi eold hand of .i,ki,,„ had kaniihad    at (he Ihooghi of hi. olteriug them pecnni- i o' mind-kr had n«l the courage to    speak    ,h re he spent several hour,    in prep.n,,* many of h.r aspiring thoughU. and sha now    ‘    ary aisisUnrr. and she was    obliird lo retire    But at last he derided to giva bun    the se,awl    himself for the neit raeilalmn.    But Ins h.nl regarJed tiie vi.ils of the Stsidiat with mueh I toc.weeal her  ........ rnutaming the rkirge agalo.t him aod l.sve    aoloW,    bouse    and    even    th-    .111. di. rust, inspecli.ig that hi. motive, ware I • Boat go, Aniiia,” said he, approaehiug bun la reflect n|H,u it for a whiln It.,.would    ,„„gery uf tha cla.sus faiird I.......ly .1 k, fk- k 'li 1.    ihcr, hdtlhehldaoue.    •"•«®* • P™!®»® ‘I®*®®® »' Mlm»®** on Ibe ,h,'hli Mcie.l fancy. Annie tli'iiigbt of bar krilliiil Inver il eon-, “I’oor girl, she feels it drrp’y.” coutinned part of both. ,    .    .    ,    Towards eveaiog he «ro,le,| h,< war In 17.'’.'’^'',..^''-. I.'.    !"‘!.*®‘IIu    he. “but 00 matter    Ills all 'jrrnow.    How    Mrs R*yner_., He h.d    • popp. ,1    tl. me where you got the cluek. was the sum lor « bich (nil r bad askcl him .Sinking luU-hit chair, he eovcinl his lac and Well 'His all right,_Mr. flniylhe-uill right, the said ,A|r. .Morton, iu a ka riturucd the pagicr lo Ihe palling charge that had been fastened upou had fallen in love «ith a pennilesi girl. him be could not do less than deem it odd. In due time, Giles .Morton gradna'ed at ' M here did I get It? why, from my father, Harvard, with distingnishrd bonnrs, and hav of luurse. He has the piruure of rcplcn- mg no need of a profession, he did Put study iihiiig my exeuequer.”    oue. llis "goveruor, however, had a m-iri! F ruui your latherl” auu■'idow looked repugnance tu au idler, so the son went iuto most iiurouipromiiiugly stern.    partnership with him. "I'erlamly, f-om my lather,” replied Giles. ,    o¡|„    »„d    Annie were married shortly after laiighipg btartily.    and now occupy one of those deliahttul rural .Airs. Ksyucr was a little staggered; but she residenret. which are the admiration of all «ata womau, and refused to believe evcu the «(.o mit Cambridge rvideure of her own scutes.    i    ,ro    „    happy    at    loving    heart, and rea- Hot Auuie believed It, aud with mare nat- enable dispositions can make them—an I nuni than pnqiriety, rushed to her lover’e the lets soon account of two lillle girl, eud a side, au i threw her arms around hii neck bor, who are the light aud life of their house Gilea kissed her check, aud felt happier than hold. "Grandmi"’ rs.idei with thriii— he had fury ‘Did you not draw a rheck to-day ? tiiiued -Mrs, Ksyucr. "I did.” '• M bo wrote it? “ My father.” “.And sigued II?” Ill he sure he did. lorrt, prts. and iuslructs the children, who are the joy of her declining ycars -wc hope she will nut sjuiit them. Mr. Barton has gene to Anslratia—Botany Hay. perhaps. Wauoiiccd iu tbr Post Atlas ol tbr first of Jaustiv lest, Ihst Charle; ' Rarner had b-rn rrcrivrd into 'hr firm a> = could think of no menus 01 escape. Shortly after that hour had puscd. he heard the relief zuard railed, and in some tea mmntes the corporal of the first gnard came down and nn-ixhed the hammock which hung next lo his own. wnirh operation ieing ptrlormed. be proceeded to audresi himself, haugiug his clothes as he did so. ujioa the clews of hit hammock. Thcfonrhoori duty bad given the cormoral an cicellent appetite for ilerp and in less than five mmntes after he touched his niatt'ess he began to snore “ Now or never,” thought Tom, "is my hance,” and with this idea in bis mind he slipped qnictly out of hii hammock, and proceeded to direst himteii ui Uu «wn clothes, which haviig accomplished he very uocere-moniunsly substituted thot,- of the snoring rorporsl in their place, and then tat down upon Ibe breech uf agon to meditate farther on his I iaiit. One bell ttrnck, tnd the sentinels patted Ihe utnti “all's well.” Then Tom heard the corporal at he tta'tcd to go hit rounds, tnd ere loug be deseen Jed the mtin-httch ladder to visit ihc jHisti below. No losuer bad the marine offirer passed beyond tbe galley than our hero sprang up the Udder aud gained the rptr-deck. Theulficerof the deck was alt. upon the sttrbutrd side, the sentries were walking their posts with regalar tr. ad, whilt the old quarter-master itood upon the puop with bis'nightgla- coder hit arm. The sentries ,i«rfucmed iuliz wait apr-c gang-huardi r used even w ith the htmiuock-nt'.tiiig-, and crown of glory. Besides, it gives os reason lo believe in the notion we have long enter lamed, and which wc ictend to noarithtnd still hold on to. thst there 11 a bit of ster ling good trnth in the words of the old song, SIX. that— "Too worU ia good aud the jMople tro good— -Aud wo'ro ad gOiWI tolloars lugelhor i” and so it will be when the reign of beaven’t justice shall take the place ol preseut fraud, unde aud humtu (ulir. AA'onder how this Belgian law, as earned out. wonid suit our own Amenca? Guess it would work very well. Ui'B AAivrw A.NO BsieHTKta.—In childhood and youth, girls are as healthy, hardy and capable of endering iatigue at hoys, for the very good reatou that nature, regarding It as equally necessary to give them good cou-stitutiunt, has kindly doue so, aua beetaie thej ran and romp in the open air, tnd thua obey the promptings of unsophittieated na-tnrc. Yet oor men are mneh more heal'hv inan women, or even young ladies. Tat-tbe families of mercfunU sud hnsinesi men —not the purse-prannd nabob on the one hand, nor the hardy delver on the other— ad how standa the matter ? Fhe men are active, induslnont. accustomed to a great degree of bodily exertion : they are busy with bales tad boxes among draymen and porters they are driving thoni the wharves aud itreeli all day, their miudt and bady fully employed, aud go home with a keen aud wall earnetl appetite, while the:: WiVes wild daugii-tcrs, standing, of courte. on the tame plat- ■unoing forward Ir-om the ladders, the Ur- forrnlorrespe^iability’asjih.mseüea.'have'ifrag- ' k®'| jhroug'Tthe -¿«nLu.. ho.r. ui th. d., m listless i-tleoew or sedantery puraniU, and the moon by awaiogt,and walfciugdelibrrately up the Udder, Tom looked over tlie ship's tide*. ' hcntrysaid he in t mumbling tort of a tone, “w'hat boat is that at the boom?” ' The teeond cutler.” retnrned tbe marme, thawing by his manner that be was uot sui- tpproach the table with an appetite that tl most spurns the leput whirh other hands have prepared, and fill tbeir auxiout has-bands or fathers ears with compUioU cf a thouiaud ills, which, perhtpi, uuthing but t piciou. of the spurious corMral    luminer at the spnngi’or wkteriug.pl^et eta lom immediatelv walked aft to «here stood    iretlnraa, they hav. not been the otfieer of the d«:k and being q®i'* s.- ¡ pr„p*rly .ducted. Fashion would pout I'-s lured by the mistake of the sentry, he pulled „Jemptuous lipi, and ton iU bcmleis hiicapdown uyer his eyes, aud touchmg hit U,cd at the idea of uaeful toil for tl 0 wife visor ®®'P«' “lly.    .    and    daughters of a merehant I But that same ' I should like to overhaul that lacoud cut- I    objection to th. lather ter sir, for I think there is ru 1 aboard of her.    Uboriog    til lomknew he was play mg a desperate game jav. rolling bárrele, ntekiug and nnuaeliin. A ring at the diHir bell started Annie from I-*®»"'®. •“'* her pleasant position, and hastily smoothing moraine over that hrr pro|>«rtir». the hutened tu ioiwrr tha    * •uiD mou*. THE PRE8l“OAIfO 8 VICTIM syü HOW I.OsN(» IHKV KhHI HIM •T HTLTANia a>as, jk. CHAPT»» ?l. ( l.l'íÁlÜ.%. it WM Cbtrk» Itiyuer, irrouipkuied by    _ Gire;“wi“.“t little tsiouiihed to tee hit falh- k»m®timr diirmg the luouib of dime, l-'Üt. ea, hulBot much. 'The cat was ont of the th® American hrig “. ah of a...| from Nt hag.' and Giles was uot aperton to shrink, f 'lk. ' • . fuU'®-! th® P"'t of Fivr-pool sith even from the cU«. of the feliue loou.ter, •' ®*®?®' ^^e was rommt.ided b, ( .pi Mr. M Tt 0 lo krJ ilill-lor all the world    "®“"“'*"'*    V® *'®*,‘ like o,.col sour old liaiic.” who never smile ''«'''«••uUjfh.    • ru. hriri.d \a. kr. .«,„r ■ III alter diiuer 11. «.. regu arly lutiodnrrd "k.' kaiUd (run. somewhere 10 the l.ttU e h)Charlea, who was u sumbre and mrlan- of B*l*"»®a. Alter the brig bad hern .liily fioh a.aco.iiitrs pir.ou,    ‘.'“f'f V.'"*    *■“    l*'T ■GUJ yaiiha;.     f.lh.i, said Giles, fl®‘®«d bar eargu, and «ilhiu one week tl eonlol. utfy, ' ...me klud f'irnd hit done me ler bsr Wiu al she was loa lr l lo'ho.iir, the favor tu áreseme of forgery, o: some- ,l"ü'F f "/'* '""‘"í-"": “'I' F'"’’’''"'' ll.liigollb.t.orl, 1 have just bivnatt.mpt. «he day tht brig wss to sail-1 „m M.rd" iiigtorleirui.uiyriputalmn,”    nongh took a slrol u lole the to.o H. Mr Mortou ..0;,. , looked a. tall and still had h.ia at wmk all day in smiiging th* ergo, and having mardy star --I out for a ll.v.y.ii.irrn'ded? he liked slernl. stroll, be had not lhongf,lil worth while to ■ Not quite, 1 iir.J lour issisUi-ce." ■ rhanaehii dress. II.' had be.-i' op to th; F t “Itru.lyui.a,e.ulh.. bo.isa «Ilk a good fhanga, and was r.l,. „ii,g h. n.,s the mol.tr. ■ '    Ifawks.when hew.. ecro.te.l by . ,,.,0 «1.,, ■ N..d.mhloI il-lhi beat in lha world.- tppearad 10 he a e.tiien. This sn.ii.g U.l. Slid tnyiell art t.igaged.” AA'h. od tveulug ' I hr same to s 1 sugtr I tt.irncd r.im, uevrr Hah.  ________ w.nmna its wax « ti. nrawghali”--------- _    -    g'Wleurwt Ikaaalwuiatui suisunnus pnAe (lai.aitwii. Mrs. lUvnar. hut with a di'frrrnt IralUg— Tbr our Irarr.l lu banish bun aod tht olhir almost desired him to diacuntU ia his visits. I’uur Annit shed a tea. at the thoupht ol ittiug no mure tha impulsivaitndenl, and ska kid almost mada np bar rnind to bsllsva that, if ha eoultl dacrt hr' luranrh aeaasc, ska euiild lit him go. when a vigorous kaoek at I tha door chugad tha «arraat of bar tkoagkla. maeh do j,.no«e him, M s, lUrii'r? '    '•«drd    it    to i.ilei, and ’ahriiplly Ima” that day. and it it aúl'.trt'.ge h.'I “I cannot nintrnl torernva assisUi'ce from departed.    ,„„f,    t|,,n    his    imu!    lulr    eit    it.    the    h.    s yoa. Mr. Morton.    ’ iniweird    th*    ssidww, re    Giles took the pipsr and nufol.ltd il    tifiil Annie. Me had fully, and he'iig *ii lom solved torherk the    niipleiiial    forwirdiicii of    " .Somvbnw the 'gnvrrnor' arts slrtngrly    orakir vniilh—irrefrirvshiy n.mmiilrd him Ike vonng gentleman.    to-day,” mnltervd ka seriontly, for the sibkh- ssK. I'oukls—if kt iver permitied sin i'> roki madam, yon was/con’riit.”    Ur dtuicnur of hit Ulher tronbU.I him. intrude up<in tbs suiiuy k'ipit n| hi>h.«rt — “Navar, sir.”    Tha young man remained loti.e time    lunger    were now to ka banished, and henetfurth he rt. Kayutr, I hupa    yuu    I't uutui-1    in tha privrlr iilfire. but kla lalhcr did    aotre-    wasiothiukot oo athsr Urreitrial diviaity laadad.**    ' tun, and ha paaaad oat into tha pruseipal' ant bar, Eiig.g'd sr. ■ rrplird (iilet, who. thongh out® dreaming that 'here was harm in tbe a lillli h. wildi ml by .hr e.ildness ..( his lath    ,    ,    ,    , ' '    “In    you belong lo any ol tha vesttli 10 c III the liver? ' asked lha ..tbcr, sshrcsta wrutiaizing glinrv uvrrthr «.iiiiwhat rni.ah habiliaifati "( ihr Ansrirtn aall'.'-. " Yrt I hrlong to tha .Amrriiia hr g .Narth. "No, 1.0—that Won't do ' VA kti wou I du? tikrd Tom. no! a l.ttU and flo's.' ai.oiiid him. wti diiposed to n.t.imr III' btsi II le of Ihi tlUir. "I trust you l.sv no i.hircli ID. ” ..If’ Gill \.,« I.e. p. runt lilt to clear uji my lol-'i. ih.se Itditt. Voii gave nia a il yi ii'sretrae to her tad to yoar- ort. r rktr- k for one hi.ndrr I dollars, this mareiag, •'““'‘i*! ,rn, ntiíT    '    0,    I    koü f till rtturvvd ilit »tr»i,|4r ItiliD.t uitl Mr. MotUiii. prmnptlT. yo» V* *s***® fbi st. I 'ill Hi.I, ulil Mr. MorUtn. prt>tnptlr. ,    ... ,\i.i •'ri’ir*kirtl» p»rr from GiIm, aad btr A*hr «tHiht [i« plMta t iiHall «bull» 1® f,    , Itii art W«a ruuTi.lKii wub riuotioi.    All    Hi» inuUlA. »Q«Í iO k MoMVal ifUr iU *hrllt vt    • Ktaiiff I hiipe* «rrr    Jtihed a1o«b    koU bnJ tbf «ir, iii mtriui^    r»mf roib |t*»«'nu« Giiti'iir» to bff Mtonitbfd i»» fron a Up raMiti rloM »f bitd; inil. At a \uAdia d<i(Y ’    Dio(Ublr«« tb« •trAA||Arg tbiy icixtJ ipoi I rrt»iulr ooi.”    Turn Aod oiaJa him ibtir »rt»uufr    It wMtn ■ B.d I But give »ua a    rhack to draw fur    »“• ‘ktl TuasuroUstad that he    win seeoi.d mt, f’harles?'’ tsul Oilat, with uaauostal. but liberty was tu be toe result uf success, and p flinched not. ' Ht< thi vilUiiit.” uttered the lieutenant. I p to th iir old t.'icks again, Gu. corporal ^ildowD into the boat, tud if you do find rum m her, they’ll catch it.” Tom started qnirkiv forward, but just as > got abictst oi the tore baiebway. he saw tbe A. < i»p»rscurj)wrari bed rtisiug above the cumbiugs. Thv marme asccadrd on higb-f irwith-)ne blow of his fist, Tom sent him bark from wkcnce he ramr, and then preng quickly out through the port upon tbe Slug b' iia. and having rrarhcd the place shtre thr secoud cutler s psiuter wu made fsst be hauled thr boat np tnd leaped into hrr. Tlii lliHid tide wii srttmg np 'be river very itroagly and quiik as t thought Tom sst olt tor |.tiutrr, rapidly drujipiog utern * Help hrlp'” sboutrd onr hero at tbe top fhisvoirr "tbr boat's got luuae" “Ort out a ranple nf oars, your Inbher.” rrird thr nffirrrol the dack.ti t.e lamped up-lhrp,-iopon hcsniig tha cry, wherr he tr- , day, rolling barrela. packiug tnd nnptckmg goods, which, for them ii all very well; but the denies to tbe daughter any part in honu-hold affairi, because it is vulgar aod diirepa-table, aod consigui her to the practice of music, drawing, wo-tted aud lace-work. W oat m ittera it if the SM g htnda he hard, bit che.t and muscles brawney, bis faca broDicd ty the son and wind, and, with these firm health ; but the dtnghters mast he slim, fragile, pale and delicate, with loft, white hands, to be worthy to rank with tha sons of merchants, who are cvary day employed intt like her brother, with likt rt-tiiltt.—farlor Juctal. Famkt Fia.v arraa the AAoub-v —Ftany was musing one hunuay alter the (olluwing style, which she has been candid cnongh to talk ibont. She i a (unuv hoyl I've been reading tba Bible to-day, tad it strikes me tbal our foremothcrt ware uot vtry corroct old ladies. VA'ho flirted with tha old serpent? How cama Ssmt-sou's hair ent off aod his peeperscitingoiihad? Who ptilortled dael s head with tcnpauoy uails? How ctuia ; .jihI jist a. thr cutter was •¿rrpmg past the '    “•■••®    «->•    C‘u« quarter You rau hold h.r against the tide " ;    *®"‘    ®“    »    ^ho    help- ^    /    i    a    a    I    f    L.aL    '    C J    A DAD IM 10 t AI I (J 6*? W»0 DUl J Ob UD lO Toir ge out a rouple of oara, hul the    vVho    raised    a    hurricane m .ood   he golth-m balauced mlherowlMkt „|j xbitm'a houie? VAho dtneml John the eneed , s'lag f ,r dear life, t;.d G. Uipiiei'. head off hit ihouldeis, heyr I d astoni.hmeat o the laatrnant the j.g,    ^ I'l to ihooi repidly np the river. All ,pran„fro ul iiioiiirnt he got th«m balaurcd in the rowloek he rommeneed Ihe utter boat bfgt Ibe eeotriri on deck ware immrdiattly called II <*eg weren't teetotally depraved, may 1 po . th.iKW'p, aod tbcr    7®«    f'®*d    ,    aut wi.cTrir em^Velic.ud.’d fr.Vl I'hey didn iseem to hav. tl. I...I co.a.d.r.. *>DCI TIA-mYIAlf, tA whistled near the bu.t y.t none of them did ' t,„g'    generations    "long sny htrm. And the iiril inuiuiut Tom hr»fd > ^    I dou t rtleuUi. th/th.rd cutter c.ll.d aw.y, hut be kn.w ,h. ,‘;L\‘'v..p..^tole (o'r”“*V"e.X^^ Tv. Vead d asleepiulhiir hammock..    Byrou, I b.lUa, that ...ry I    wasb-tah mutt stand on its owi pedestall (or It was ten mii.Mlei before the the third ent- sumelhmg like that). 1 doa’t beliava it lad-trersstolf (romtheihlp. and long vre they Img usy thuuldert with their old-ftshioaed -I'tr! -d l om he had gii'ird thr tkora, tad iransarattiOBa. .•St-ii.iuiiig at    a rtmtrktble speed    towards,    Curious, though, isn't it? lha misekicf wa- iH.'rits,    where    he arrivad to itfeiy,    tad be-1    nivu make in the world? Great pity Noah I ire two u clcck ha was on board hit owu brig . hadn't set Mrs. .Nosh adrift when hs "took i'lir ;:; tt uiuruiag the Strth drooped liown ' our of rich kind ia the ark " I thonld ralk .»ilb lha cbli ti'le. icd it she ptttr.l the frig , ar have stood my rhtnre for a dacking Ihta e'.c, T'lm saw the irruud cutter iwinging lo have bwea that up with such a' proonskts ' her usual place, and at hr gazed un on Ihi j mru-age-rir. Nuab was a worthy old gratia- II liud (tag that lluaird at the ELglUbmtn't j man. No manlion mada of hit gett'og tipsy {lesk hi, mullrred tu himsi'lf    ! but naei, I hatleva. "Hlliv. I llromed.ytakrthepridrfrom!    Kf.isri    ov    ai7 Wirg.-Thl Ala, .ium.ugh had keen Bqealur al.vonie mid. '    J„k.on’.7|..t.ph o. hia wife. Hi. ihipic-n at .heiifgtol Inprili and 'wherev    htnhssn hituaii compusilinn vet . r fiei atui Ifd hs dartd to lollnw bobse    g».    be,,    retd    by    haa/reds    ua    bar iMMitto that hrilllaat chapter m the page of ,„_l I'«garst«c. il has nsur appearsd ii our history, oecnrrsd thr event which is rm-    hvtora    This lU'gular lateriptiot reads hodied ia our akrleh; but fiv# yrtrt after- L . fj,;, |j, ibc rruiciot of M rs Rachel wards cm thr lltk of Srptciiilier. I'll I I hum    j,rt„ n wife nf I'rrsi'Irul Jseksui. whu    died IS Macdiiiiough met one uf F.ngland s proud u,, ¿j f of Berrmbrr, Bfifc, agad «1    Her (leefsoa l.akr I hampltia. At Ihe first b,- .ad-    hrr    prrs.m plaaiiag her temper tide, Ihe Hrilish (omiuodori' B'iwiiir (ell ,„;jihlv and bri Uari kind ska drligblad aud at Ibe rod uf thr fight which laslr,| two '    ib,    «aatsof    her    frltow.errttaret, kuors aud twruly iiiiautes. wilhimt Intrrini*    ,,,) ,,ninrs,*d that divine plaaaurt by    tha lion ('umiiiod'ire 'I bnmts Mae.l iiiniigh wa>    Jibeitl tnd uuprrltadiag melhods.    To ihr t'lnn'ievor ol t'hanip'aia. Ils had gamol nuor she was t hearfaetrtai, totkariek a proud virto'v —hr hn.l iudeed hauiblr l ibr ,j,e was aa eiamplr, to tha wrtichrd. aiam-proleof thrtyraiil. tnd that day's acbirv»    to    ths pmsperoai. tl arairasal. Hiz mrut forms ons nf lha bfigbtrit pages is Ik* hiftorv ul Amerira I’.'11101'dorr Thomas Msrdowoagh—la*    hu    —. of Tripoli—Ihe ao-iqaaror of I kamplsi"    Ha    ,,rtiiooi, iltodtr might    woaad,    hot    aoaU was a noble and true hetiird jea. an I a l*r-    j„(,uBor,    Ksan dsatk. when ka taea bar pity neat hand la naad with her keievoltiaa, and she thanked kct C'citur (or bang aormit-I, d I» do g«ud. A being aa geit'r and yot ao sirtnooi. ilaodar might wimad, hot aoaU .    I.,    vain laai I um urousuu laai ar wu ieeai..i  .........—------- -    _    .    un! dishonor, Ksaw dsalh. when ht t»ra hag I lu dn ^ J ,    gf Strth tnd la vtm he ror to Iht aaemitc ol his rontil'y F**®*^| (rum lha arms of btr kaihtad.etald bat tnat- overwkalmid |    ;;    hi.    „b,,,,.d    .V.rl..u.g    hoaor    toW .amory. 1    gar to lha haaom oi her Ovd."

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