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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 30, 1853, Cincinnati, Ohio A PAPEfi rOfi "THE ¡gmiOW"--IWDEPEMBENT II AIE THIN&S, NEUTRAE I2i NOIHIííG.VOLUME X.-NO. 50. _ CINCINNATI,    THURSDAY    MORNING,    JUNE:?    0,1    HSl    ONE    DOLLAR    PER    YÉAIÍT ^clcdfii Calc. {Ytm WU£H .HE MILL GOES. iiweem Tdnn cntf. 'liioutfH tuii ««frirndthit'i (e«r, Rttrr Ht lit »L«-niiige, lUongb iwrri »• i.oir lor'irrr, li lore « Dhuib m li.e butu lo • ui>* ,^nNN llr»« atifft Vliitlt    «L.>»e    ii.afi    iiiite’»    bwr, Alia    uoiad    titf    iitftii    Itoui (Ote to pole l^'Mnrcr. ,B 1 uHrr iwe**», M »nr.out lir-<rt li«i kuv* n S.D.t DtiiurU.tib dlo luivl. Aun frit r ill iHiitra uRr>¿ •^lOCa m th Bf r>e I reu'l di> l.iie Huh M*tilel«ie. I ve d«r?H v.ih (btt tn tboofht No/ lafiQediVu in lle«v tt « bai^ lUl^. Thr honii I itMt d « thee. Nn‘in a >eiiB il:iHü a lo butt, in>c briifh* eieni (jr 1 ■ tnd.itf ib> Birlliof k.n: More to I (he ««r. ««la hr g aenheft. Much moniilun uiiro CnIpp*o itruve to nixke rem:is 0( botoe. I lytice lam'a of tatn. Wdl th' ta iiVu'd hotir» r«(urn* Hill IlcHi Qtu eiinh dcnknu* Hill icehcffi luretit mn»? HiU irplijrrt i ie»iJ? Imioii hleoecm ejfh snl jH, 4 Mince Adarn t («11. To deartsi hu^ we dare not leud Our tar. nor lit oar lundeal«ishc«' call. Hut I Will hope in thre. At lleav Q. an 1 rorj thee nltlc IbiS dull D'.ortaiitv fan uach ihe heart tn imile; lh> mom’rye’eo inn<reat no ^IlMtl IMMCC hcit‘>«f, .And ike the uii.oii thru nifM'WraMi'd nip. Diepeitc theff.ooiii> • ladoaicierinuK »luw. Swett Mirth».■Ill pnie, L>le. I.uu'ir.U><eaiiJ lame. Arc «lOiiliires m my on. L'o CM fhy dram' rmini» D.rectuieir way«rard -:<'UrrK: al.ngi A» llii.l c a ng. Ti'in ki\Tnii Hiw 1 bcik no prouder clairB; n ifoc alike are eirong: My hrari nd miuI  ......... _ lo kie all uo()> ilrecir and V'rtuea Tkikl Ilii fk. Ud.. Jiiue ¿1, leod. [Kor the Daily Time*. SUMMER EVENINGS IN THE WILD WOOD. IT Summer eren.uffs in the wild nood. o' beautifu they are; Oar inmoat thuufh'i lapDsiug in the giory that they we*f; How hke a heauteaui maideu. alien aorrowi' cloudt havelhruwD Upon her heart a thaih/w tl»c firrt it e'er ha» known; rii« eouihrc liuea had tri>ing the hr gh’um oi her iiruw, bo eoiuea the << otle vTcuing o'er the aunatt luuuataiLS Where irath her font, balf-moumlng rnhea. bcbmd the leafy hilli, Nifht tofüy loUowa where her Heps ba^c passed the nils. vHiviiaii, Where late the god of day bad paMcd the gates of gold, ■ud liliic; How the end lieRTcnIr l>etnii of eiet «e toodiv hirt, ^Uon the toulllie ndt.iioe from theezure v.uU «hore; whiio like the witehiotc iiielod. of love'i dcJinoM itraiti. SMDiithe Kutnura ul thetet,ti>r(>i th.>(uUtc oiiiic ■f.iit^ Hflw pit<toDitel)ihre>th n.wonli that hiveii ever kwowt Kwr tiruti me ftLCt aod f.iotcr, Irom iheir uwu too sud-dca flow.    ^ pieceiitljr flowit.g witeri, I ke« iilecr uih tbej lie Surrtd wtthihe enniiellaliutii that el utter latbeik;- Aad aow they plaih aud niiuaht IheoJd niou Cjteted atoat. wi.era bint I 'ee Ht itid liifened to their tnelwiy. *lonr, )al «•< atone; 1 eter feel amid luth ityuet at thrte. That loueaot onaaahityer tueupou tbeaccu’. d hrtcte; áiJ ipinteyeiarelobk 'ticdüwa from out Iheir home of blu ) wia IL.,---------- itcpt Utroufh Uiit. iad thus wherefieamiDg dew-droEdlie.hkeiiearie ntoa the flowert,    ,    „    . I tn iture u( uawntteu dieami through til the iroon-hgiit hniirt; Thiiakaith uaJ lUpe returaethe.r taut, tliough with Thty aarnad their rtiabow colorad (.iugt. aud uuiekly hwtl. urc guae. Tncy te Bo abidiag temple ahere they lit wilhuiiuy •OBh Vhea cara eaminiiidt. they how then to the tyraut’t fierf.* euutro I. Bat oft w.ih.a Uie‘'atilly kt urt" they eoiuc with gcalle leead. Aad weave their halo bncf. hut,t.arcnad aiy weary head. Biw RirsuowD, Jnue, 1*41. THE MKIICHAM. The following hnea were wnttea hy u eonlrihulor to | The Caaket, a paper edited by the ladieiof St. Auth uy HiDueaotB—away oo the verge of avihzatitm—and read earh aeek dunug the wiular monthi licluie the tt. An-thoay Lyciuai' Tare aad tret, Groia aad ruat, hoi and h.igahcad.dry and wit; Brandy made, tg vvery grade, BhoteaaX RtuI, w.U you trade. Oooda for lale, hi,:l or lair, KU or uuarter, yard or nail. Evtry dye wiil you bttyf N'Uic Can leil ai cheap ti II I hippcueil logo; >rari ifto, to berotkinir in urnilhoioKiral ft ip iu Daala.knglia. I waa am. ioua to cuuiplcte i act ul paperauu thn birdi til the Kugliib ruaat and inarihet, aud waa luc-credi K betond cipcctation in f^ettiuK the in-furinatioii I wiuteo—thuuifh 1 found it uu. aaliable afterward., (luce or twice, I iiuei-|iertcdljr itun.bled upon locniiliaa tbut were neb ill luaUriala he)oud lujthiug tbit Ibia Keiiciuliiin kuowa ot, at leait at houie. Tkiii ononciiroaiioii, I icinciiiber tracking; the road { aluDK the liue of roaat oh a bright Jnue innru-I tug: nud turuiiig a corner in the pariik of fial-uey there la; aprei..l before me an cipauac of : uiau; biiudi'cd acria. amoothaa a mirror, blue utlictky tUclf, aui coTcrcd with hu.idreda and tbuuiuiida, and probably teiia of thonaanda of, all iportiug and iu|a;ing Ihemvelvci, ua it tl.ero waa i.uaucb beiuga an men uu the face of the earth. I'ue doee like gulli wire iigbli; lluaiiiig ou the water, little troopa o! : ahuieJarka whieltd to aud fro, lu utter reck, itaiiieaa, the curiewT and the peewit each ut. ' tered their uwu ncruliir cud plaiutiire try. i aud the uuiy thing to call bumau aocicty tu {tullid. W13 tbe intriiaiou of a few half-tame I dueki, aud tbrir bioudi, bclungiug to the Tll-! lagera, by whum tbcy bad beeu tnincd off to ' ahilt for tbeuiielTca duriiig the luinmcr, and 10 cuutract a aart of pert bowing acquAiiitaure with ibe leally atraiige riiitoraof tbut out of-the-way nateiiiig place. A narrow atrip partly of velvet tttti, partly of coarte pebbly ahiugle, barely divided Ibii iwiuimtiig lagoon iroiu tbe (ieriunu Ucetii, tod on tbit iathmua abeldrakea, tulit and reevet, aud a lunger liat tbiu yon caro to bear ipecificd, were to be met with on a careful aud timely ictreb.— fancy my deiigbt! Bruce, anivcd at the suurcca ol the Nile, waa not more ready to jump for joy, than 1 waa then. But it II all done tor now. The fqnirei and the vquircliuga luund the Salney maribimen aud eel.caicheri too iudepcnoaut to their liking, to they dtltrinined to drain tbii rcn-dt/vuiia lor w lid fowl, though they knew it would coat them almoit ai mncb ai the fie-liniple of tbe laud. And the talk iafiniihed. I'he moicular |K)wcraut loiue hundred nav-viei have converted that vhining ahcct ul water into a dingy, desert aw amp of mud. By aud.bye, I grant, it w til be a verdaut meadow tatteoiug bullock» and ihcep isktead of wij. geuii and teal; but w hen the bitdi cnme to pay 111 iheirtjbrnlmu»,they will find clay-trcadiiig aud brick-tiiruiug going ou. upon the Very apot over which they uaed to float iu the ciijuymiut via hospitable and tecure retreat. Well although thia ii not my atory, it leadi to it. The discovery of uoe paradiae of marab birdi made me long to fiuil auother. I had heard of ShrouJhtm‘'broad" aa a remaika-ble piei eof waliT in a little knuwu dieirict, anil'' Sh.oiidbam t went. If iiriiherfhat nor Siliiey are 111 jmirmap. you mutt aeirebout me lucaiitiea for your.elf aa I did At .Shroudhaiii. my firat buaiii;»» waa to lii myielf iii a temporary home, a» tie centre of'uperatlonr, which 1 luund at the sign of the Blue Boar, ktptbva reipeetable young mail named Uobcrt Kudd, of about thirty yeari ot age. fie evidently waa limkcd up to by hia neighbors, aud knew everybody within a circle of couiiderab^e dirroetcr; aud though hii vuung wife had a nice little girl of two veiriiild upon her bauda. aud ibortly prom'itcd to present her husband wilhaiiulher olive- branch, the cooking waa eicellenl iu iU own provincial atylc.aud my hiimbie quarter» were as neat and cuniforlable as it uaa poaaibic for diilv iidineaa, with tbe occavioii-ai help of old Nuiae Audrewi, to makeof auch au udd-lookiug couple of roonii. The neit importaut Hep waa to tmd an aid-de-camp with proper qiialificalioni. I well kuew, tbit without either a guide, or the power of obUiuiuga bird’i eje view of the vouutry every hundred jarda of mv way, I ahould loon get mazed in a labyrinth of eiit. and cretka, aud ‘‘deeka," and river», and that without a hoat,; ahould ofteu be unable to pasa over placet which an uolhmkiog tiaitor might take to be dry laud bibitrd that pcciilUr blait.'d 'and tighluing ilruek tipreiiinn, that wc ahould imagine be lopged to fiendi. who hive kauwu go-nl am rrj,.cUdit, who have prcterred evil aud gloat aU ia It. The liltia girl ran oa before lai tui<ab.r errand I» tbe vllla'rr. that was the liat I cvc aaw of icr, but 1 well rrinemh'r her bright blue evei. and her roay cheeka, aud a tbongbt ful. puzzled look that overahaduwcd bti face We aoon reached the Boar, aud iu a f«a iiiinutvi a giHid lire, and a hearty Dieil ol fiib, will !owl,bac n tnil egg», put all oth-rr earthly coniiJeritiuui talligbt. Uiidd'a huuar nai built on the limplcat ol archiierlutl plaua, nnuirrout eitmplei d which arc tlÁB tu be (oiiud iu the dialriet.— It waa merely a parallelogram two iloriea high, divided luto a acriea of rooms by parti-tiuua running acrcsa it. There waa not a | at-aageiu the w hole building. The apartmeuts cvmmuuicatcd by doora hading Iruin one to auother, which cuiiid be huokvd aud bolteil on either aide. .Almost tvcry room eu the ground IloorhaJa door leadíeg into the cp-i, air, aud a itaircaie up to the room above i-. to thatit nat easy tu divide the hoiite into tevcral Jisunct hahitAtiona, all under uue roof but biving gt much or as little couuec-tion with evil other, at .be respective iii-liabitanta of the compa.tmeutt chu.e to maiu-lain. One cud cuutaiaed the parlor and the beat hed-to„m; at the other eztreuiity were the dairy, aciillery, aud ' btc'ui." which etymol-ogi.u arc yet undetermined whether to in-lerprit ‘‘liake-liouae,’’ or “ baak houae. ”— In the middle was the room which teived as kitchen, bar, club-iuum, and living room for the family. Of couric I waa initallcd in tbe parlor end—a room below aud a room tbove. The people of Sbroudbam could no mure conceive wh) anv guest, however great, could require mure tnau one day-room, than moat f-'reucb-men can uuderataud what a single man can aaut with iiiorv than oue room at all. A vUirciiC at one corner led up to my donui-tory. It had a neat little table, four elm chaira, aud two aim do, all ihiuing from tbe elfictiof VI hut ia there called elbow.greaae. aud by way of compuiij, a tall, round-lu-ced cight-day cloi k, atoad up in tbe corner o|p«site to the staircase, and evidc red the priuclple of life witbiu if, by uttering its uiiccásiug moiiotoDoua tick. 'I'he rcniarkalile featnreot this clock, however, waa ita b-iiig til iurbes too tall for tbe room it stood in. I difliculty, which, though puzzling, had still been overcome. 'Ihe I'atagouia'i clock rtmaiued uutuuehed, ueilher spoiled of Its crowu or carving and gildiug. ucr diinioiint-cd from ita broad au.l lulid pediatal; but a square bole bad hecu dug iu the floor, paved with biickt aud lined wiih a skirting board, aud into that cuuveuicut hollow the too tali cluck had modestly atepped. Upjiusite to the clock waa the dojr into the frout jard. in the other wall furiiiiiig the angle was the door lutu the ceutlal kitchcu. My supper, oras we ahould now say. my diuuer, was over. 1 stirred my li.'-e, tipped my glatscd grog, aud took out the county map ló suie ut ,lie gruuudot U murroa'i eampaign, when the ‘ cu.t"mers" Levan lu astemhle in the neit ruoui. At firat there were oaJy a small larioeror two, a mar>iiinaii or two. aud a traveliug draper, who period-ically tnpplied 8hruiidham and other ueigh-bonug towes. (dtbert arrived atierwards — To euliveu tk'. little parly, Joe the ualier waa luvited iu, uutiu hit proleisional character of uatler. butlu make hit celebrated display ot reniriluqiiism, fur which he was usually 're-warded hy draiighUut beer and sips ut brandy aud water, and at rare aud blessed interval., by a tiiptuce or two. So wc bad «iiiivrrai-tmiia witb the buy up the cliimuvy and the luau going do* II tbe Uue, witty iiiocgh. as Ihcy gave tblire katisfacliou to the peirp.erd Shrnudiiaiu. All this I cuuld bear without playing theeavea ilroi'pcr. I’retrutiy Joe ap-pioai'livd my parlor d air, .nid improvised au imaginary dialogue with tome one uu my tide of It, by whicb Iwat given touhdeiataud that it would hut be taken ami., if I joined the select circle on theira, lor iialf-au-huiir. O.i this hiutlruse, opeued the uutociul barrier, and entered tbe asseiiiblr, where I was ushered tnthe aeat of comfort, aud therefore iii village ir.oa, tf h-JUo,. M>t. Uidn and Vurse Andrews were alto in the ro in giviu,» THKBOSRnWED BOOK. at once, and let yon tell her tbe newt yonr-1 traated knet of tbo atrtnge conienta of the    I Altbi ogh iotent npoa bit Utk be still waa self. Aaaheia at preaent, it mightbeofoon-i pail. Budd, bowtver. waa qu ia ianoceul ol    |,rontcioua that the noontida calm' was aoou tu .eonence to be tol i of it ioo enddenly." ; eiiher dÍKovery. I.vie one eveaing. at be was    be followed by a atcadv b.'oeze from ike aea, 1 In    that deligbtluí bVeaUma    t    use    beiwaea Aalight gratare.ud a look ol inlt ligeuea leaving the garden . ithaiiina b«ty. by elimb- which bo ewold perreira looking mora and the tehool and the world «Me VeU^^ eiprtaa.dKuddath.iik ulaeaa a. well tt hit »B«*e;;tha wall bv the aid of a frui'-tree    | more ..a kiy bla. i. th. diK«e. Aa be w,a Lf i proleaaion Uaga    .rmU oJ    iV    t’e h.T parlret aeqnaaaceoce. lie roe# at oaee, and hrtaw Ruddcrossiu. aue me«dow kontawarga.    ' giviug kit iaat ioaek l#-tka tMantut be aues-    I ...s W.7..    A.r!i 1    iJ..    üliii sV «alked p. Ike .00» whtra hat wifa and Kune lie waa obliged to drep to jha irouad on tbe hiard tome light aad ratbar Iteaithj aound-, with aa uncle wko war# T irnteoaat in'lhs .fslTn’iV'* 11*’.'“^ u''"‘i.''iu^ Iaat game outaide of the vr.ll for he heard Uultps ap. ing foot.lep. .pproeek from h.hiad tbe mill 'Royal N.vv and tb. ih.el óílKer of "l.ttjl aith the huby. He took tha child m hit arma, proaebiog witbin. On alighting, he listened and enter tbe boildiag. and Iheg a noiae. at il coaat guard atation ata iput called Bor'et ktued It aiiif began a conver.ation in.ud.kle ., l.neyiug that Kndd had per- , h.lf a doze. .tout at fk.had been thrown to , Gap on the ennVt o’f %'uX I waa i¿ Í? m ut, but to which tbe women liatened breath-Iceived him a tecond ti ne, aud w.i coming to geth»r on the floor.    '    hurry to aettle the tme-timi of nroleiaiou- lisaly In a Ic- minute, the tear, were run- 1 charge him with the treap... be bad wiiae».. , ‘Halloo 1 ahouted Roberi. •‘Who’» Ib.tT bor/nidoa himaelf coal<t7ot haee b!e. moi. ling faat down Jane a fair ebeeka; ibt took ed. He «at mitUkeu. Kudd bad mere:» There nobody in the mill, if yon want any-, loclined to‘‘uka lim. tosjaaider " tkaa 1 ‘be infaut which her hntband held to her, and itopped a moment to look aronnd him, aad tkinu there But I baee juat done wait a waa    to esa mar, ikaij kiased It aa if the had never before been aware ¡    theu pr«;eeded atiaight on hit way. Howev-    miuute, and I'll be dowa to yon    directly.”    , Seecral montu passed and oar necnl. aowyr., dear.twaatober.    i    er, to Bamm.ut a eonaciou. mind. Kudd had    The aail ... ail right, aed    he waa ram-    home wh. had brer del.Ver.H^^^ sheitdouow, Kaveu quietly okacrveJ to    bim in hi. power waa tbirelore, to hr    meneing hit descent, wb;n he    felt a alight    que.tion ever aiuce 1 waa bo--, wer.auil le ilCa    iinulbrniin^n BTbn Hpbtrf>rPal‘ hl> llillAt twv Briz) rFmm/tae waa TV tkmevaaiak tkm wkevla f . ««..L ..I    -    ' “That'i Ihe firit juJirmcíit opon hirus*' iftid Nuriewitb iiupreiBive bitterueii» **aud here I more in store to follow it.'* ‘•PoordfAr childl” uid Jtne. with » itrtnfte kind uf iuicnkt which I could not then qd> inrv it 0T«r. I kcird a fooUtep dote to mt, | T thonicht to,*'uid the old WAi:, wax- •fid hcf OCA I roa Id pet off my kieet t felt a . me iodiz&ADt Attb« hire icppoeition of hi* •low on th« hock of the heed, which lUc-' hAdnr been teken ia, "they ihonld piy Ur it ¿trtÁ me for A moment, ásotber blow jaexMiae.** lowed—oa tht ihooldcr thiitime; hot ay #Jit * I dosA uv they won’t l.’T it as ••• thmk jilt thert. And my l«U«r hrttaAwkii#a‘*atd I "but when rcied m« *0 tbkt it didn’t cnt Ihrnnf»» Jiorer the waD,**»^ ’r *a » ihot yen /ot ip^Ki my feet. And eloied with the feUow. I Uiok they rehkeiy to be. I Icatc yon here: I « A* hurt A good detl. And coald feel the Good niKht.** ^lood tnckDor down mj neck, iaiide my c:a- I * Oood itpbt lir,** Atid tbe o!J uto: Akd I TAt. but i ACfer found the mAa tbAt I wai {ihortk bAudi with him. TÍrAid U^rippie Aod 1 did not core for lOAup > I lookH After bioi ai he WAlked aIoqi^ th« t little blooa. Ikaewiibould mtstcr him, i bcAeh, till 1 coaid eee bim co looscer, !<^r it ■tat I loi.k tune in order to Urc him out firil ; «a» begiofliBf to eeluo k, I wa» Alone thrtt *'heB Ifeit him felliar weAker. I |rA»ped i ni|(ht. iat nude beinr «one to Knurlinytou sota h:» wrifti, Aod prestcd mr etia into hii ¡ to Apend th: CTer.inn wita a fficnd ih rc. ! "jietl, UaI J bronxht him dovt npon hit lark look ua ny firelight io my aucie'i room. And tie iwoiA At me Awiully, Itk-e grul bully »et for aoiha tune Afterwerdf mnsiog, end lii-u hr WA^. I knew him by bii Toiee-    teoiox t« the tide coming in on t**e beich, " ion don’t eicApciae tbU time, Jem Be* which I could *m«ll in my room, Tnerewii ter.‘**AÍdl.    ‘ herdly enr windeb/oed; but the niaht waa "1 kept MT k&eci firm npoa him, end when | derk. for ia«re waa no moon up end tbe nky I fc!t hiQ bcxiontcg to itruriric. 1 pmed *ai rethercioody. Ibcetu to itet impAtient DBTiiv. end grAipcd bu Ihroit till he helloo. '    •    •    • rdiurmcrey. SSt hid kicked over ray Iab-r(A lu Uc Ati'UNle end it wai herdly within when he went home to htiueel*.'*    ,    inind paying a guincA ft.-Ibe lirit kitt bhe niorr t tc feioAr eud fAlter,^ lie fell ell ihi*. •’übe’i the only ooe thet’f etall like him would gire him, end fire guiñees for the icp- aihI firenw the ncceniry ccmiiquencc ht» in the ÍACC,** rcmsrkcd *Nune indigaeullyi jond; thnt, perhapi, ibe only preieudcd to bi .ietc on eerlb wn iceled. nnUsi be eonld ‘end if ibe had lirtJ, he’d bare iDide her more nice than other pcop'e, who were jnst make the itringer wit'io the mill know wh*t |iut tuchanotber Aihcrmolhcr ind tbe rnt ' ai good-looking a» hersrlf. and other renmki i'ianger he wai io. and stop t-ie uiachinery—if litbrm. lie u UAve luld her. and dnrea her | lo a timilar itrain, which were rtceiredwiih ikdrf.J, ht happenrd to kbow bow! to It, and then hare been the first to publish ipplAU-c by the women preAci t. and by Bim. ‘ Ildy uu;.! Help’—step the mill 1 Hot! uershAmc. 1 say the can’t go Letter. And j man» witb merely a knowing wink of’ihecye. roiP; I'm on tbe sail—hoy'** he shouted 41 tu the man, be nuist know that til A judg. ‘    -    »    *    :    »    »    ........ libt Uke lo ueury iauu.    j    the    babv a final dandle aod barranguivg her Kudd helped me over that diflicaltv t^^-    before    puuing    her    to He WAI theu goiugto the other -nd of the . .    -en manb, tn fail own flat-bottomed luile crafi, ^    Within    A    fortuight.    Jane    by    loine ujrans iientupiinhim.lhough he d«t swear that bf waa pcrtuaded that Kudd was the vilest aud gy. Hoy' for God a anke Hop the u¡ai!” tbit part, >■ ll.s s./v    B»AB     I    I    *    .    I    .    a    ..    .    *    t    . kept by a uitu caiucd Bulcr, wbera the far inert ana tome litbrrir,, u came si us'timcs ti buy wuatcvrrtbcy m.iht want. Hound ziii-u' us'for tome inilct were little hillt and c’alt of gorte aud whiuu, iu which addert wcr, tail! to be plcutitai; aud, joat beu'itii n< atrctched the buy ssbere I'.cre was a c.tsi htttle between the Huglith i;,d llu'ch l.tcu in l.’fcarlea thebtcond'a time. 'Theclilf, a itii a voice of resolute and niifalteriug ener- Hoy ' for God a iske ttop the mill I” ,....         „    „„„ Bit U9 anawer was rflnrned by worJ or i jot could cut letter» with a pea-ínife aim Jak~>^,..e:~>.ral.      *___ I*.    .    - the moat dcbsui'hcd ut men. who had hitb; to only escaped discovery, by being the most deed, Ihe motion ol the sail iac.cattd, aot rap- I the tes was inceasBullv » earingawai its otir a tfiil. Kiiiid, la turo, uaa fully persiiadtil if y, hut toatnjjily, that Robert could hope i hringiog down icinetitret gnat luatstt l that Jane with all her pr.:tended i inoceiice, ouly lor a few ftomeut'a respite.    i ibe upper clitl, and th-eateaing to briog 1,- waa a faithleai, donb e .dealing girl, looking liov 1 man—stop the mill!” he again down too, at last, if we did not itcp back a lit-ont fur nothing but the mam chance; her ahouted, with au elfort vshich he felt mutt be tie. The boatmen nud to point out a nionnr character had not been attenipled to be injured final.    m the w iter, at which they laid eur tigi.a in hit opinion but he waa couviuccd that si e . i hia time he was heard, but not bv the par- noat had tiood not man» teara before aa ruii’t btheve iu eitbcrGodor the Devil; but that, iierhupt, it only biag ” ‘‘Did the auffcr much?” asked Jane ad-drcsair.g her lather. ‘ It was done in an inatant—momentarily 1” “Thauli God for that!” the replied wiping her eye». ‘‘Nurae, wt’ll now put the baby to bed.” “Good night, air,” taid lUven, offering me bit hand. “It haa goue off better tban 1 ei-pecteii; perhaps all tbe more ao that there were visilora lu the room. ciMly the mean, by Which the b'each «0»;    .    [j    .,4    B„h,"    ha almoat acrcamcd, | to try it. 1 bad aoiue bop.', of an encoui.t: lanal. So.i a of the giictt. went to learn fur- effected; I believe, however, that auonymou. ' Handover band,” he repeated, htltiug f..r ! tlie «svn wu'd tell trsdlliuu. of dcipeiati her partici.lai. at the v-llag., 0 hera to re- let(‘.ri peraonationi, the up of apa. - ¡ou* lu.Uut, to de-cribe bj ligua, it tbe word, f'ght. equal to anv thing ever .era ts a pla, laetbeparlicoUratbeyhadjuat learned; bii I ticle of truth witha mounUiu of Ulsehi«:d. ,h„a|d reach Kudd a ear the action oi a But the age of hold smuggling »a weil a. the all teemed tv look u|ioa the terrible end ol —.........~i—i-.i....  -----_      ,    ,    .    .    ........ the poor child, aa aumething atrange, aud yet not to be wondered at—nuder the (to them) well kuowii cirruiubtancea,in abort, as a jiidg-lueiit. During many substquent visita to tne walert and marahra of Üliroudiiam, 1 nrrer heard that fatal accident afterwarwardi allu- iled P> directly or indirectly, in Kudd’i bouae, but I rontrived to obtaíu.fram other ioiircet ,    .    .    .    .    -    I •lisauilj US/B I ««V Ui»U'a'«* v«l,    ■khiUUWia    — -» . —-    —^ - -- -    ..^Kas.v-aa««aias. andlheassiatanceofcnnfedeiat.a «ercmeai.t; ,,i|„r iu rflmhing aidewata, b» taking a baud ‘««of chivalry,!, fled. .Mr M Cuilochn-of intrigue lu which Baramaut was a prac- hold cousiautly to the lett or to tbe righUd 1 «ucea it to a tcirnce, and abowt tbe law lired prolicient.    the lo mer oue, accoidiug aa the direction ot 1 that govern it tu be tb. .*me as aifect all o‘.b lie waa now going 0» so amoolhiv, th»t Le hi, intended pttiage may rrquire. Robert erp-oftaaions in wbitii li-k and p oi.t an noped foruo furtuer ai». Oac morn- both heard, and saw, and understood; and bit mtel} balanced. Uid .Martin, one of 011 ing. It waa found that rhc coiiulmg-n oin -radj comprehension tivwd hit life. At 1 e ' men, whukutw my ann. ty to see a liti-belucgiug to the mill (wb“e    hjoks,    ' aiaadmg wbca the mill set off, he waa «pecimeu wl aauiu-gler, oid wake me npurlj papeit, and cash had been kepi) had been al 'gnri'ht ib the uauil p'nsitiua, like a man us (Ouemoruiug with the iutelligei.ce that oii' icruptedto^^he broken luo dunug the night 1-.ddcr hi I, «he# the tail brought him bad bitn caught and was actually io the kiub f 1 If • Í .    1 . .—, ' . T* .    .—-----  —    „    -H..»,,    ...V    1; soacr. Di I, w nea ino aau urongui Dim u., »u|cui «,im-o* «ciua,,, ,u me sucn tome littlebi't of informilion which helped .V bar haa been removed; tome of Ihe lUing. ,„h p,, he*i downw.rdt, hit ' «*    1 uressrd, like a rabiii psssi ugcr wt.' meto niiueisland both the acene I had wit- lyiug wilhiu reach wi le d.sturbed; but Uutb    «„uld he .0 no longer cliaging with hi. lett beata that the vessel has struck upo 1 a reck Ills,cl. :md Kvvens allusiou to what‘‘had ing ukcu away. Other parta ut the prem. ol .is^diug oa'lb.m could alone ore- «"<1    H>e    ‘tni's.    1    tonnd    001 happened belore    ,    |«I»" l>«re traces ot burgla'iou. attempts.    uj),,    ,i,g    ,»,i loll are awarn that Shroudiiam, althongh 1 Ihe men were more uocBsj th«a ever. " h',: gg. ji, gjj (hr incriasing surrounded wi ll watercurse» and‘‘brovas” | could hav- done Ibis? .Such > thing had ntv '    Ugt    ha    nerformmg    the or small iakci liaa no water-power, in coiiae- 1 er beeu heard of iu Shrondham. Bimmii-t pjua ' avoliitio'n. m a lii.tclion OA tbi IQ, futilil ttoue |/rc-' lUíheU dawu ibe    1    IumlCI our • at ' It lillf f I'om the sail, even il he were ‘eivant Hesi.r—who was a sickly girl anlj centrifugal lu I»»—tblLekilchen. and aiktd her brt.ih-hand-over-' le'aly. "here ti e amugglei wa-? ‘ I'hat .    ^    .----^           cu.ui.uu.    IU    . ...'.ciiou tbe reverse : him, air " said He.le', turnios ai.d pdutiug ijiifuceoflbepeenlia.ili olil.levtia,butratb“gaTeila» hi* opinion, as the miller w as pai..    the    tails were turning, hr to a man aULiug qiutlly ou tbe edge ol a ehai er lbs reverse. It u obliged to make uso ofiiugby that thu place^ was not safe, unless |    still    to    ttcp    hit hiad uppcrnmaland | >n the correr ul the room He was astbo- wSa p-wer t-; .•<»- the waisr ihu’ fell* from ' someroefiJeata' 'p- -sois ilcpiin the enuntin. tbe cluuiit lu Ihe level which will enable it I room. and the tip es'iuu ol his fare seemed to flo.v into Ibe sea. (.'ousequently there are | to sigaify to the imlle-; that he Hammaut no waier-milli; atiam waa not then euiplov- ; had uo o'bjeetion to be eelecle.l as the tiusly e,I Oil any and I very oecasiou, «»It now is, the ^ riiardiau of the ireiaiircs ol thn mill, population waulet tbeir corn grouud into Tne miller, however, had hiscyca op’ii — llunr; and Iho reaiilt waa, that “hruiidham I He sent for an oflircrot eipericacc. I’bey pot rssed the riry haudiuuie, tali, brick t iw- I iuapectrd the preiiiisis logetht r, ma led well iiidtiiill which! hate lueutionrd—of I the sp ita at which the burglary had o'cn at don't kiiowr to* many ato-ics, eight or nine. It eon luanded, aud was aecii from a very cunsidcrsk.e tract cl cou.itry. and La t couccctiou our csea a w idtr area, it waa, ia ahort, a large ami important concern. .k this mill, John l!ave,i had lor tome year» been, aud still coutiuurd fsremin; Kudd waa Ir, ; oo* ow. ,i< «I.J II ituiii kis p’gc t "Ogb ac'.uulrr It it aijou would meet in . lur,g.r than he otherwise could.    I ahow at a lair—i lb n stoop.iig knock-kneed “H.iJou, Bob, hand.overhaud,” ,|j;i ■ ir«kle.f.ctd. gr.uniiig squinting, ,-^.d h.irtu gasp.,1 Kastu, at he basttned wiih a rapioii. ,    ¡fo.^    »lth    a .Nspu Ihui aitined almostanpernttn al in e wooden', i    '    '• leggeu man, to slop the mtehi. ery. Other ' "LM-h he med aery anitous Io b-pcoplr—Women at well at men—btlougiug to, pullisd' Lat his hand, were haudiutted. Hi-ibemill, Kcrtnow aware of Uud ,'a Igarfai    I**'    m    i"** liigbt ill mid-air. Jane was aiuong.t them.    ‘ Ihes «II aaw that Kav.n had run to tbe rea-    "u-ioubt but c.-the    tear    of    our    Hester,    u cut;andthev stood .till, stating with tUt' •‘l®*''fhargt the watcliiiiaa had leil bim, till duos wb'ich isso often tbe lust emotion‘led‘ufficM t ciinoiry tu follns. .    Ut    am    il.nrkhip rAlabtrouhA.suii Boniftnnésfe hlUl to th« a AlCÍl h^U>r. Aud <lü Dul fTUlt liabt' trangc thonghlsciowdiiig lulobis b'tiu. To j , J ,    i;i!    anv    further effort is too ' “®*    himtotat' hi. nrgint inqnirie. why he bad been m dis-    ,    degrading poaiilon. 1 do remember, howev misacd—waa h« inspected of att inpting t|     ,    '    er, old .Martin tguin that day, and tempted, tndaltcraii houi’i privtle c mmlt-ation the olliccr ielt. Htlf-an hoiir atlir wardi Uammaiithad been pti-i off, and was alkiiig slowly homewards wilh a viru tv ol for the book; and wh*n I heard the honao clock atr.ka seven, arhieh arai abont the hoii' .. -------- I eipeclff it I put on lay hat and walked tack; hat I leaned forwa d, and luatchtd it ' down to the ketcn to meet the boatmen com-ip befare he egnid throw rae. H* atreve hard I mg in. I walked on far half a mile befor-I 0 p eient my lightiog my port-lire; but 1 ! metkim, when to my diuppniDtment 1 fonnd eauagad It, at last, and u,r «ect iti bright ¡ be had not gat the book. ‘ Hii comrade had laliaoffire late ihe air, making everything ! O't apaken to him abont it.” he tail, bnt he r.ak hiua araand si, and tt diitiurt tt by day j coala nat tell whether he had leen old Martin lira iriimetit. It «u fail quarrar of tn hour |or aot. 1 d,d nntcare to go back then wi'b-sefore any of the men who had aeen mv tig. i ont the bock. 1 reaolved to go on nntil I met lal arrived there; and all that time I waa ! the oeit man, in the hope of hearing tome t!-<Dtcli;.g tiiil ia the dark on that iconodrel. ¡ dinga of it; and to 1 bade him ‘‘good night,” ltd itrnggiitg with him every now and then andkept along the beach. There i* tlwaya 1 hctrda man tpproarhiDf. aad 1 hallooed to j >ume light near the water on the darkest lim. aud so-jO alter another man came up, ¡ night, and 1 eonld lie verv well to pick my rum the other aide. Jem Baler never ipoke i way alang the ikiagle till I c,tme to a part s word a ter that. fVe btndcuiled him, and ' «here the walking became Jiliienlt, and I o(;k him to the ceareat itatioo. 1 felt very !«•»• glad to find a place to mount on to the weak, and the neat day 1 had a fever, and «III aand cliff. Aa I aacendcd, tbe large full aid up lor a.a weeki "An I till miu? ’ laid I. "Uhha waatri.d at Bury, and leit on a ‘.rip to toliny Bay f„r aeven yeari. That'» ny I’.orv, i.i eoneerna tail mtik upon my aead. flu-v I h,.pa yon won’t go to iangh at uy emnggliog aluries igaia.” *c n*d aeoie buj Weather soon after that, s hich put a tii'p to all out-aoor amnaementi My uncle had uo hooka that 1 cared to read; out there were a Isw at the watch■ home for ne utiaf the o;en. which were more to m) ikiug. Did Nia.'iin beganto patch op «bat moon ictmed to rile ilnwly ont of the aea, jmt nnder the iina of the clondt 1 stood awhile, leaning on the wooden rail near the edge of the eliff, aad watchiig the broad, nadnlating liue of tbe yellow light npon tn lurficeof the watert. 1 was near a littla liahiDg villtge.tad waa not in-prited to hea' the Toicei of tome p*ople who were walking oa tbe road not tar behind me. I did not listen to what the; laid; hot at they came nearer, I inddealy caaght the words, "I’aerigryne Dickie.” "What?” laid a voice that lonndcd Iikea le called a t IQ,uiupr.hi^nte, which w'aa thc!*nmin i. imaintcian cli boat, act upright and hall “Pearigryne Pickle," repeated her compai-iiii'ied ID me gicund Ueii.leiihit, he always ! i»n londcr than before. ‘It’i the neme of ,.auttd in ibeipring same scarlet buna which i somebody, can t yon nnderatandT ’ an U| led cuecrei) It and gradually extend.' The «oman laughed londit, and 1 eonld ng oeer t-so projrcting pole» in frout. formed »ol ®»Wli "Lit followed, for they we-e too far kiact ul I'hor to whirb the rotten old boat ! now for me to bea,‘their woidi'diiiiDctlv. [ rreed tor a iiack. Here he wonld ut. and oiokc. and contémplate hit cabbagei and looked back, and taw that the man was a tinker, lor he earned a coal fire in an old sauce- cmploycd there ia an inferior capacity; and robbery?—o hia remunalranre what a crnel Kiveu wai ¡mide the mili; hia hand «>« »l-' a.king him. ‘ llusv it was that all tbjiiung an additional hand being subatqiicntly rc- thing it waa to him, with a wife aud ftrailv most upon the ‘ gripe,” whin he waa thrown j m fiia stone» were murderoni villain'a , to Stud hi'm ¡ “ >L“ ground wiu a heiey fall. A large I *(,¡1^ g,gry wheie else they were mild a- iriin din not like any joking npon the subject of bii •uiuggluig sto-ies. li. craah, and he heard a abort map, thuck bis bead, aud meiely taiJ, ‘‘Wait ti ai ol suiiicthiug bieaking, but he lutfercd no i nut l:mc. ” Theo, to put an end to the con-pain except a hruite or two. He looked— veisation he drew ont hit spy-elaaa and he,:an bit wcudeu leg waa broken by tbe fail. "Thank j to observe what tbe luea *e“e deing in jbe Gud,” heaaid, "tbe other nna il whole: I shall Jenny, a kind of barge, in which livid Iw qnired, Bammaut waa taken iu, after tome I what an iujnrv to hi» chartcttr. . .......... ..... heiitation. which his prevlout charrctrr in- >    miy to inddcnly ft surhatiuie—thronlv an-    Lundleuf rikrs,    auch at    htjiuakcr.    me,    !*>    laiuba?    ' spired. Kndd had a daughter Jane; every-)    i«er the miller'would give him, biaides'cou-! “•'^1)''nrma the    p«h from    the    mill-doorlo    DJa    M b"dy about the mill a iw lliat « hat they rail-j    temptnom and indiguaut lookt, aaia com-    'Legripa. cd an "acqur.inlanrc” waa fastcoming on he-I    naud to take himaelf uif iuatantly, and to' He fill a tween her and Kudd, and Kaven showed no ohjcction to ita piogre.a. Bammaut waa married, and the ditinclina- troublethe place with hia pretence zt,' little as pustible in future. He remiiusd some werkt out of work, idliig tiun tu take him troie it mneh on that grouud ! about the eonntry. relating hia gner. ncit to    .cum,,    .    *.uu    u...,,,    ....u    sn aa from thediatrust wi h which he himselt | whovw wonU listru to him. tad calnmnia-j save him yet! ” And then, whether by hop-1 look out inc’i, and whirh alwaja atood, hig a eseh day I a*a». And hit II» r .a tnrelag grayl O ar bit books H« aiihily lo<iki, Conuu kia fan a trd Ixiltt hia lockl. By and by jleailldie- «"','he ¡alter book oa Wzh tsiiall uutidd How he i-dd. Uow be fui and uied l.ia foM’   a THEHg-UT VIOLET-I. if Ita zowjbd ii iwza mtto», leaf. CThi lallawiaf heaaktul poe'", tmUiabed f.rat la ‘Jia gpripiat HHli. and a sea laour rtadera »lib.tptn"d. It wortbj al a reperua*! now. It ii *,a.<«i Iiultb,i .J Who that hat laved know a not tht Inudrr tul* thhieb ilowcra revcai a-h-n litw arc eiy t-itcb* Bhota yealh huta auiacd UmI. drraminv la ikc lala WLna Ihu Ictb t .(dlU dwcbI U. where they abrlak aloni Ibe loaely brake, I'll' ar tka Mlaca. a-tuachoir lira; Rot yet llie roekiMi tiuat. Bur abuea Ilia tuakt. Raraty Ibyaialurca tht Ice! yatatlhnr «ifhlaad tccat eu<r>ue«l e*d thnlled, AU J UM aaciiia f-dura la iba April ik et; How taeal Ibe dtyc we ycaru lor lUlIuUil cdl U, diataal Pcrcditr- Daar laa I ta whieh drain rvrr Ibwr. Time doth aa preaant to the irsip allow; Ibiy. IB the naed ruiasi, iball ue tr aa At Iaat Uia Uactiuf hou '* Prraaa ant ol days t« coma ol that naknowa thbiibei kots waadrrt (wtir wiihual arlut) Uitiihcir Irua wiiriitiy to the Iwarra—tbmeuua Vumh lalhtiryauth rear*. Avanet. maraiher wkru Coat' i't g'dd tured.and yet bcliUa'iUrt la ihy fistyi thy huaict glid Ikre laaralLsn ih waul uui' Tkna aitbaird -a thy ciaap. Kiwin Ibrat Ihy cUap faUa pained'-It aialhca Ihuahoa aarl nrh-tb/eollrit .t.aba! Alaa. puor faoi-j o it ilia weslUi ol u,M, Aad larr taair puiritt I Cunt, tailed An'uluin.absl hitl thua' ktayatatad pi»w'~si • mr Uu-irai ud' Thaat aont weal lataa tlu-u bisaasy apriua lutprtd Thy tuu, wiih gl ir, bcsl— Lat Ika lloatri chana thn Io Iht JiWaad pnaia; «haa 0 arlha tUi rapt fsary tianui ihreiiaiq Thaa badal at angrl a i»acr it that bleat liiua Ihy raaiio a buwaa haarll Balk' hark' again tha tmd ol balblul Irall lUrkI Ibt biiugbt iBallieg niami Ibt litsliag planti Lat Air af alt with • ar deal hi karik laii ana aaa dttr l.r«. ■r,n( hvtd tint llowrrt. (ml hot. Tha hqara tlttl aa Ta prank ha wnrid la suasnti't pamp ul hut k (Aa Iiam ih«l tluirui uA m t»t. p Hia Ult—jU iurtUm l*má TMA#» kkf9 OlA AltCfl * IMAirt. Uia AAarfilaOA aI Ri»itAl Winf. »nAikiU(M for AA ihA rriAcnL frr ía    «m    IAa prrArut B<g« roAAAi* fo«r ibiiuahl guvA Arliii.<l ur Ij/iuaA. Hut If DAAirg rgAAAA IN Uia inurr Atk«»«Mu>n «I Mciuiljr* ia Vk»eH AuUHAg >• kft U Vll'i •*/ |t* bni» ittt. (h»A, IU -TV» ft aa4 M, AnA a< N|aA aaA InI. ab4 «(•«*!?''« Vatiltkairuuad. fortkrtt niiIrarMad, Waa kivtrad tub lAair blaad> to apeak to the ateadieat ard ‘‘clee rett’ mttahmtD for mile»around, who watcootiii to the man that had hired th' ‘coy;" and I ahould be favored with au introduction. The boti wonld be left at the marahman'i ataith. •o bring back a load of tcdg for litter nnt dtv, and we cool I walk ho ue by the marah-wall-the dyke raised to p.rvent the wati ra of the broad liom iiiiindalii g the neighboring laud», many ot which arc beneath the level of ita auiface. and even of ita bed. I'relimiiiariea were loon arranged to oiir entire mutual aatisfaclion. While rrtiirning by the path running along the ton of this a'ti-ticial mound, which was bated wi'h large rough fliats agtiuat which the wavelets from the vast aheet ol water were breaking with a aortof rough aflcctalion ol playing the part of real wavii of tbe aea, 1 bad an admirable view of tbe country, and a capital opimrtuuiiy mI getting acquainted wi'h it» physical geography KicJ-heda, marahea—covered tome with rank vrgi tation.ioinewith fine rich pa<-ture—and thr iutermiuablo eipanie of the broad, atrctched away fur milca and. At oue part of the panoramic circle, tne acitlercd hjmea, the oecaaional large mamiom grey with age: and at ojI citremity a church, aa if it were gwav from it» congrega-lion, at tbe other a windmill of unniiial illi-tude. • That'» a fine mill,” taid I to my conductor, Rmld; "we don’t tee many so lolty at “it ia a goodtiiight, air,” ho replied, drih: —"ctpecially *h n tonr'eon the top of one of the aailt. But wh'at would be a greater novelty to )0U are the liitle low marah-inillt like ibat we arc now coming to, which diaiii tbo country, hy pniiipiug up the water onto! the ditebci'into tne hroa.l." It Wit blowing a Iresh brcize. vnd the marali-milla were whirling thsir aaila round, aa if trying who conM i|iiu the qiiiekctl.-Before we rcicbed the une indicated, a squall ctmeouwilh a heavy ahower. W««pprot.'h-cd the mill, aud it certainly waa “delivering ' Ibe drainage-wateri at a moat cffirieut rale The aaiU wcra rctoiving «ith a rapidity » hu h alfocted the eye in tbe »«me any carriage, "beeli going at lull apod: and they were lo low, they work'd 10 near to the gioOnd, that any luimal, a doukcy ur a pig itrayiug wiih 111 their reach. wnulJ bi»a been diabtd In fiiecei, or whirled up into thr air by Ibiir oree. Still there waa piriily uf room hr tween the plane of tbeir uiotiu'u and Iho mill llicll, to enter it wilh prrlrcl tifcly, due enulion being iicrtiitJ, and ai the door alood ibvitingiv open, ? wgi about to take ibcltcr there till the iqntll «at over, and have *    *'"■    "klv-krinder    wilhin. Kndd perceived niy iolriiliou. endarrcalcd me by tha arm, "Not, air, il too pleete, laid ht. "I sb.ill take good ctre lo nvoid the laili,” I r.plicd We mvy aa well avoid Ihii iho*. Ci;ii will he over m three ininuUa.” • Nutlhart.air.ilyiMiplag,,,” haparaiitcd. I havai'yreawm. tuuhid batter get wet ihroiigb and through, than niahg nuy nciint n-Unea wilb tht BiiDffitnta." Olcourtf 1 aqiiiasced. ni ha epokt lo dg. cidedly, ha knew the nclghborhirad better than I did. Juat Ul we «era proceeding on our aiilk. nprallyliitlaiirl, an or aeven yrsri old, well rluakrd and honni'tird, iltppcd onl ul the mill, lumped Irarletily behind the ruihiug mill Milt, and wu making fur our path uu tie hank, «han a man looked nut Í Irom the iiiBI-dour, and ihontrd to her kol I to atop It tkaviltiaa, hut to get bock again I williuot luainga moment. He peri'iirrd iii- II black look cama over hii fare al the tight oi Kudd, aud I Ihniight that he had to fry htid hefura ha could In t iletdy itnra upon ua.— I Ht iKcreedtd fur a fear momrnle, and then ! withdrew to Ihe iimdeol the mill. Thit wai I nil I veer inw or heard ul Aim, or keard hit I volca; but the cllret wu moat unprepaiiaiiiug. I You do aomttimaa lake in InatabUnaoui d>t-llka tu peuplinhom yon meet; and yon art often right U doing lo. Thtra certiinly ri. latiniurtot mremarie rvpnlalon, ia well ii on I ttroctioai ketwien individnilt. Tkii maii'i aoaotwi-ce, got natnrtlly kid'leokiii, ci 'Ibe party bad scarcely had time tu aettle iu ihtir own minds what lort of a looking fel-.uw I, the atranger. waa-aud 1, the gcutlr-man with tbe wonderlul "laucy” for bnda, had not yet decided which of the marahnicii I sheuld make IrirnJt with aud give a alaaa of grug to, iu the hope of gleaning a liltie lore iu return—when the outer door of the apartment upeurd, and a tall, man entered, w.t*! thn air of fciling bimtell quite at home. Hia dreis at once a'uuoiiiin-d that he waa a Diilici hy trade. He might hr fifty ycari of age, bnt hit couuteuamw st ll relatued abaleaud ruddy compleyion and was of that open and frank-louking cbi.'-ar-irr, that you would at oe.c lay tu yourself, "thiamin miiit bchoucst.’ Tue whole ei-pretiinn of hia lace waa that of habitual cheer-tulueaa, though justat tbe preaent moment hit mind teemed lo bcacrnpied by tome uu-utiial canieuf thougbtfalucaa. The new comer nodded familiarly to the cnatomcra, oue by oue in a friendly way but ith'iiit a imile—a gravity which aeemcd tu aituiiiab them greatly. Kiveu ia very lolld to-nlzht, laid my intended confidant to hit neighboring im-iker, "1 wonder whet can be the matter. That'a John Uaven, Kndd a father in law,” he added to me. W e never nave inch pletatut cveuiiigi when be ia bi e. Uaven tleppid, with a prcnliir gait, arrnai tbero'imto th'-apot where i was aitting by the li le of our host. Ilf drew a chair behind na. gave me a tort of halt-uud. auJ aatds va. I then perciived the cauae of hit halting inntiun. He had loit a leg which «11 replaced hy a woodiu one; end iiuce the accident he had evidently grow-; heavier and atuutcr, wilhoiit lotiughii aclir-ily. . llndd looked af him. at if lo ask t’ne rau-c ol lilt tciiuiiinrsi. Hnliiiicd forward, and taid IU a low vuu'«—not aa if he were iilteiiiig any aecrel. but ;athtr to p'.icia hi» word» liuiii brii g htatdin the torehir part of the room wheie the women were—‘ I'hrre'a aori-. ■ thing happeued at Bimmant'a iiiarih iiiill late tbii alteruoon. Haa Jane heard of il yet? ’ "No. nor 1 either, nor I think hit any one elie. W e bear the nrwi here, you know, as suun aa auywheie. W hatcan have hippeneJ at Bammaut'a mill?” asked Kiid'l, iniiuiii ly, a d looking eieeedingiy thoughtful iu turn. .\ very ahockioK acridiiit. Il tetma as il ill lucka'ud uiiili were In go togathcr, ta far as that rascal la conccrucJ ‘‘Good GodI” itid Kudd still moreankioiii-ly. "He haa not belli playing hit old trnka again? ’ He hatn'tbiru diivcii to miirde'?'' “No, no, not Ihia time, taid Kiven. ‘‘Iti'r to accident, and nothing woite, thongh that's had (uough. Ha doclu'l know of it ye? Lim-tell, I met him loina out of the town, aa I «at roiuiiig uplruni In* mill, «htrn I heard of It. W hen ha caught tight of me. he began wbialliug, hy nay ot hravi.l >. hul be littli gottti • what Ihv't IlhavoUithow him wbcn ha tnlti'i hit uwii door ikiin,” Kuddlitteutd with painful ciirloiity; hia father-iu-Uw proctidcd; ........ • You know Barainaot'a giil Mary. Wi ,l, poor thing, ihi'i killed hy tbs'millnil. She waa in too much of a hurry tu past, And it sUabed berhitiai out.” I wai then too juiiog to have h«'l mnch lo gr.tva nr shock me-«od I wii oppn.tivcly inavrd aud akockod at hearing ihia draidínl pieea ol nena.    .    .. ■•W’hail” Mid I, "Ikal pretty little child wc MW Ihia very allemoon, eomiog ont ol th" minh mill where you wauld nut let mi take theltarT’' My holt alowly iindjrd hii head in tha hf-firniitiva, I felt the room ai'.n rmiiid; Ihi heat and tohaceo-imoki, brfjre unheeded, ware new iiiHoeatiiig and unhearahlc. 1 was rliinf to letra, when lUviu ncicaiviag it Mid, "E’cnta mv, air, hilt yon will perhapt d" «II arrvicaby rauiiinlug nuietly a lew min-ulea longer. You know, Kuheit, Jeui niusi bear ol thia Manar or liter; aid altar whit hit ktppaaod halori, 1 ihowghi U bait lo coiua up aa rigarded. D-ir hia wife's relrtiuiii were 1 act of people alike rcmarkible fcr tlieir good lookl (in a certain aoimai ciasi of beauty) end tbeir indifferent cLiraeteri. Witu both men aud women, any ilrict obierTancc ot the marriage vow, cither by themselvraor the ir partncri, w ould have been looked upon at thu height uf greeuucta aud inpcrititioua prejudice. Whenever they did go to church It waa not for the sake oi what other folki are aupposedtogo therefor. To use the eipreis ion of the neighbarho'jd, "They did nut care how the pot built J, fo long as it boiled fat.” A iiiccc'tful piece uf iwindling, horie-deal-ing. or cheating at carda by the íntica, a r.ew wialtby acquaintance, and a finer dreaa than became her station, by thr femtlri, was among their own ict, mailer fur boitting tc-1 vanity, toruiitiniie their cairrr without coming ton chick nr a cataatroplic. The idea ot the hang-man alwayi timely iutrrpoied between them of regret and respect on the part ol nia uiai ler, and wiihoffertof ready and willingoi-ca stirea and any temptation to clutch at the ; liooal aeivire on hit own; linccre on both uiuna wueu he bad time. 1 offered to pm j pan, which was blaziug and tmoking cnt of a apairof ta'peiilia uveralli and help him ' h"l<*‘n the aidci aa be awing it to aud fro siih bis work, one day; but, tltktngh cover- beside him. I itoud loukiug after them aii'f iig everything with pitch or Ur was hit mt. wonderibg at the atraoaenesa uf the h"did not care foraiy help. Nothing deuce, till I lost their voicea altogether end -cciiic-i to my Itndlubbcrly uuderslabdiug . iLcy disappeared down the road! It itr*ck uu;e eatv than tu keep smctriag aud daubiut <hc at iirat that ®®® Lhc men might kivu . piece of wood, hut the oil    man persiated    Ithe book by the way. and    tual it was ‘J«t • I Lera waa a kaack m    ii, and that 1    ^<“‘>'>1» that Ihe tiBaar had lonad    it I de- oiiIJo t do it at It ought to be dooe.” We . 1‘Lerated a moment whether to walk af'cT him, .sd ttroiig a'tlei blowing on ihore abont thia | *n<i incatiun him ahnnt it; bat I could not ime: and lome vctseit got egrouud. Uur ihim to tell me the troth if be had — f'copie taveJ the aboia crew of a Dntrh ‘ bil- ¡ Beaidet what eonld 1 have aaiJ to the mae? • liuy,” one night, by meant of Laptaiu    ! I bat I bad overheard him meutiou    the uaioo Mauby a liueaud rocket, and    another time    i » Look that I eipected lo be sent    to me f-onv vlartm and tome oihrrt    (I duo    t    choote to *'^>>f*ncc. aid    tbat    1, thsrcfure. tnsp e'.ed 'Ucuti'iQ naints) went silf    in Ihelife    boat, aid I'Lat he had the    very    book? A favo ite tov- eKoed teveral of the ciew of a eoal-’hiig !'I of Siuoliett’a waa not ao rare a be k ibata .nat Went tu pitrel in the bar, out scTcrai ' linker might not hsve au old copv of it Toe sere druwDcd aud their budics'waiOed ashore ! cireumtianee «at eitraordiuary and had ilart-ua vanoBs point» of the beach.    ,    led me at firat, but 1 became eonvioctd as I Uue day I told o.d .Martin that I had read walked on that tbit waa one of those iuip-ob-brougn ail tbe hooka at the watch house; and *Lle caiBeidencut, of which every man may iiiiiiu him alter the fashion u! my Lord Turn ' perhapi remember oue or two having huppen-\uddy («no wasn't known then) tw teJl me j <‘<1 h‘n>'®if at tome time, rue KAattn laholeut wan could tmd todo, |    ^ Ltd cow waiked tome diitlbce npon (La Mirtio, wiin theoracnlir b'evity of an ‘ an- heat of the teeond look-out man. and I bcnn lusaer tn corrcspoudcnti,” replied iminedi-| m Le lurpriicd at not mceliug him; bull itelj , ‘ Send tint uk Ibt lutpetlmg Com- I aonld not give it np uow. 1 looked dowa uinucr ki Uud von a book.” ihia was tbe j "^‘'"•La *Audi at timet, but 1 ctalJ ace uuth-ccry tbiag. C'apuu Bland had amayi been ' '®k ®^ Lim there, and the tide was coming la reiy friendly with me, and t uow recollccte.t    The path at this apot wiialing a iiii- II» ollcriug to lend me Gardner a Hutury of i "‘i ®knie«af, Ihuked w ith hcapi of ibiagle, iluuwiih. wh'ch I did not aeud for at tbe | and orergrcwn with bramble and aloe biiibit, time, hcicg enlirely dsvoted to out-doi raporu •"'?'»“L aca-wecda. There waa acircsD tor It that penad, aud au 1 had forgotteu all about j    f'otn    iLe    lije    at    any of thnae parii. I It.    I    looked out Lira tlile which was the oound'rv "Cut bsW am 1 to get a bock lent here    from    ]    Lctwvin the best of the aceoiid    man and -t a place arrrn milci twijT”    !    of old Martin, and 1 beg*n to    be ali'oi'uit How? haty tuougb. Yob tend a letter ' “®k LaviB* met tOe man before. I whim by tne lu.: man wh-Jte best ibat Í on" or twice and got cvanwer, h ^ a little 'vay. He'll meet tbenaxt man, aud give It to I ^O'iLer ou I mjai-tud a hilli-ck, i aaw »tj aim; and ao on; and Ihe    buok'll    come back ;'t''*-*t aLnnt a    hnndrcd ya.dt dia'.a;' i tbe-ama way.'    ; I tbui'ght 1 noticed a    intQ 'oetide it. nnd I • S.) 1 will, Martin.” aaiJ f. "If ever I am '»Ljuledto him, luadiitmmt, and don't came io uk    vcur aJ-'    ".ill right, air,” replied the    man; tad it tier may 1 uctcr pet outof it! "    '    |    ««• a relief to me to recognize    the boatmin'a Yuudomiij mer# foolish thioga that, ;''oi'.'-Miatrr    J    .hn,    "    said    the old    nan    »|v 1».    “I hive been looking    for yon all along the UlJ    .Maitin'a plan    «a-,    at    he    'ta'id, "cuy    Leach. Mr. Ccle," tai.i    1. "1 bigta to thiuk uough," Kicu hjatmau had a hrai ot about jou were loat.” imii# aad a nt'f (I ibiua) a¡)3g the ahora— ‘ .Marlin waa to meet me heie at eight, f ¿ on the laada. bnt aomfimcs—where Lave been waiiinaltor him.” beech waa bad waikiug, or wbill the water    ""hat il the lime?” Ligh-upo.. the cliil, j'lti    above. The    ".i    quarter alter Ibe honr.” 1 wb. ae leata a'joined w,    .e bound by    ' 1*    he geaera ly pni'.ctaal?” aieeiuiii    "I have never kiiowo    him la mnch behind, oanived    'le t gone «.u bing and    wandering alter tome lorthe ^c®L o Ltuuru.    yon    may depead. Vun’ll raa pot- ’ LMi; him in I luinnU or two.” king-    Wa    waited for icBie time and listened; hot I ueser araic vi iia. oe; ;r, mu ; ..u. a u......    .    -,j.r    . uiie lu s'apliiu '"“*'1 “»«•’ nothing bnt the Doite of t.'.B I,,, u-k,-,', ‘‘Wheie in thenan.e ot a!l Ihal'a fierce did I Bland that night, rcmi lui g him ot his priiu- ¡    '"‘Liiig    in and filling op thupacea bo- i'ifaT.r'tV;:^: ‘ H.“VlMd "up'¡ghl*!:!::!; j»®-cL, -on„d .. ..,.t?‘'    |    .r .n l h-gg, g h-m .,o lorw.ra th. h";;k by ‘I®-    .r‘‘* agamat tome, and looked aiound , vr mind he lep'ied. with an itfccUJ ueu.caua ting hit lata rranlo'cr and hit iellow «".'k- ' piug ur crawling, or hy wtlkiag ooall li'ert l tud dry, on a part of the beach. monta the cae» of every one wbodid b*! turn | for w»ut of all fours, he ufVur ccilJ alter-; ‘‘Hnt!''aiid 1 (lor 1 would not let him oft away from hit alauderont tungre. Subse qiiantlv, by lome mllaeuceof hit wue't tain-ily, ho got he cottage ind the charge of the mtrih-mill where I aaw him. Uiitthelonrcrt uf the income by which his weekly eiptndi-tnre (citravigautly large for Ilia slatioii) was defrayed, were a matter of myatery |.i annie iifhit'ucighbors.and dark turioiaet'and hints to ntbera. Rudd eonld not icttlc con,fort.sblT to wo k, even after Btmroant had Irlt. There termed no probability of any ciplaiialiuu and re-concilialiou hetwecu himaell and Jane They ueithtr ot lliem hid aulfirieut clue to the rial ¡ ií'ulging ira**pat'tmg"i ügh'Tór ÜV mln'at'Fit ' Tue'old mau did mil autwcrmy remark, but nainrc of the ‘ honest ligo, " who had con    ,t    ,bg    tighiof    hia    broken    '    “'''I.»    “"L    “K.Lia    hat,    and brndiug hit h irivtd thnr mutual ettraiigenicnt to guid '    •    “    ‘    «    ..... «arda tell he reichrd tl; gripe, aud leized it. (u cheaply ) ‘ they' I'sil me iLe last aa with thn grttp of victorr.    j    just seen a buiLpk a at that fellow yon caugbt In aiiite of hii terrón, hia eicitid hopai, And , 1®“,*®''''"',®*'” , ,, ..    ,    , hiaatiiauiDgArcideot, hayet had piosenceof ‘'I «<">“» ®»!®L him,    M.d tbeoldmA.", mind enough not to check tba multan ol ibe evavifclj.    ..... machinery loo luddenly. leat the friendly aid    “'Uul J®n cinght the    Iaat," aaid    I. "and ahould prove, Ly Its jerk, as fiUl at tee uu-1    tLcy tell me more by rnnning alter    him, than controllcd whirling by the winda. H# also    Ly lighting with him.’’ iftirwarda related, that in the midat of that'    ,    «aid Marlin,peeviahly.    "Smrg- intense atretoh ol hi» Dicntal laenllifi. when    f    *L*t It waa, • helelt tu hit inmoat nerva, that the leatl mo. :    "^.*1»'’    Martin,    isii    I,    'it    it    the    old lurut thru wee ol more conttquenca than a 'tory. The woudrrlul time» traalwiji pa.; mouth at other time», hecould nat help iu. lo-diy lancver Dke jcatcrdat.' good things uf life too vijlenlly. f'tlrrly aholiahthc piiuiihinent of death, and they would iiitUully have b'-ru converted intu • ging of Thiiggi'ah mnrdertri. But th y had rail aaide all huuor, ahamc, and honesty; tu lie.and tu atick loit. «at tbe fini'ly maxim; aud all that gave them coutiderable powar. When liamiiitul married, uo one who re-ully knew him cootidrrrd that be bad niadet iiiia-l.iaiicc. ‘Iha match waa a very pnipcrone tidrt. He did not, however, continué Oit ul trade of a miller, hul, a good o{ p'jttuuily cf-fcriug, he alirtcd a public ruuvcyanc<' fur ptatcugcrf and parcels betaeeu .ShrouJhuio and the conutj town, every ■ ■ ' I’cople have tumeiimci fa of their livef that tha enemy to cruth and nnnthim cnlii _ uf that just plm ed their foot on the first itcp of tbe ladder ny which they are to mount t- mCAIQfcl WHIir WWU*"WI». Mizu IVUACU «lUUIIU ,    ,    L a' I 1    •    IJ    1 him, iiotthatbe.ipictedto see invrhmg na- ! ®>>“>“»®.’ -nhi, ti I knew w. nl i mel tsiy i.. usual but rather to Avture himteltihathrwaa ‘i®®"'*»»' '‘‘UPI-;*® J'‘® '“*7 nit Aclnally me dream. Some way off he on iny v-.ich, luU ditnimto it, saw, first thcrold glimmer Irom • pair of eve.    '•    'L" ’• • «rliíicate that .....1    asvementnned.    Captain    B    aud    fd    my watch out. and looking closely al it, umpl sdat o .cewith my requi.t, olUring ‘Lit il wet half-pasl eight. 1 began to mi-ai uc same time the loan ol any bmks luhit annoss. Iibrarv an offer of «huh I at once Be.ia tu    "Havcyoit teen Martin tc-night?" laid 1. • tail 'invaelt. Thu» a regnlar book post «at    "I parted with him here at five o clock,” -    ‘    ,    -,    c    ' Did he lay anything about A book he was between .ShrouJhoio ... i'.L.n ihcfnmrc ol a man not ahiolotels '’"®'*'J ®®‘’®'J    1    teU    me    a'jaie-    sahlisned between cur huuie aud the |.nuci- 'IM ne ly any thing nbout A book he try inaik.t.daj.    Íi,    a    I    p.l .t.iu.u Lir that pait.    ,    lo    hriog    me?    " I found. Ill the ronrif j ‘    ind    ahriukinv into nolLnv— “Itwaiiaon of I hole Btieii, who i erp rt..« wintry al'tiuoou, meeting oU .Marlin , jV; ",?* * 7!’^'^, , . erny. who Laa u.led i ¡ 1 ,    .    Dutaible    for    material    the    hucSater’i    ’    aaid    Slirli",    ‘    a    neat    uf    laartis    ihuiit an h'jiir htlore dark gniug to biidulv—    j    md    1. I ho^ to G.^ nolhiai enlirelj haa. intlead    "«'«    P®»iLle    for    material    I    have    told    onrcamm.Bder,    man.    '.hith wti at thia time, a apot ,bout half ir.y ht| pened to p"or old Ma-tinl " and 1 X. ... sL.A! .    .    UlJU    ICi.    *    a    'III    .1    _____..    .    1.    _      .wLittilkAtsasal.»A.n4.vl«kAet.U^«    \V ..    oi..^ «an. and the inap'cimg r.natmtnjer i nothing hst told him Ihe incident >it thctn.k'r. Wo drciucd •Who the devil are yon?” taid 1^*"''.    | i.Vo.e—I haBed him, t'nd hiVg'e'r    'o    walk    on    tor    some    diatauca    au<f    Lrak    lor *    .1    s.r    .    l.    a.    .    ktvai    Tata    li    vk*    ww.    <w*.»va    ...    ..A,.....-... lull ul lart. at to incur th* cautem or two blunt strAigiit-forward «1C n it nice About over-huuit but. ly, rather glad to give an additiona turn lat* at night, or early in the morDiog. ,giay ol the p"‘ul'ar pro' Bui afieraardt, auudry liltia unplcaaant. ; («j diatiicl. konwiiig heads believeil mat mat arote; and no one ronid trice their ori- : though there w a hut lull'-show under the tool 1 VC tnoiigbt fur aome lima yon dctrrveJ    n    i.,    .    i hangiug, and no. 1 knew lt. ‘    ,    l~'®‘    »    '    \ •What ran ymi p.nar?' atM Bammaut tfin. The iornirr coníialtif NiiioDictt thr ' ¡ tijc |Jlne Ut).(r, «tallh uma i»»t iCfiiimU    »hti fiirm ra» n r men themielvca. the old coulidence Ulwcrn ' Bug there    ,    ‘ them and Ihfir mtaler, aeeuicJ to he at an; 'fi,8 frieudlv eonnicli-m wiib Hit miller I ("c    old    Iniihlc'!u*ii cbnrri c ai uight,” ay «lib von “I fan l'Us', Mia'.i'f J hn.” aai-l the old n; B'lt it ynud in't mind «alkii g I II ih I'kjoaf r lour cnmpany. It'a iiign Ibrrc milts I' ,m hcrt to the bcginiifng ol laiy blit .U'l I mutlgitthc'C hel.iirdtrk,” an.l ere DOW drawipg near Biritrd church, and Iremmbcrrl wr.h ■ shudder, my eouvctta. lion with I he Old iiiaii that very ai tern-on, and tuld the boatman of it. We fmked all abont ihn oU wall, and among the goran bnsbit. holding the lantern low, nut »e did nut find H,r* man» men ara thtr. between hire.    rLe    hoaiman    would    hay« lid. 'Ibe miller now And then put atrange f„uHnue,l, Du th* oces-i ni of h'l tisilt th, qneitinui til ihriB. in lu uiiBCcntlumed tour' Kavcii riccivrd hi ll coldly, hat someliiiiia ol voice which made them ttart. and return i,g|t torr iwfnlly, at if hr luiigril lor old ti.ura ahort aud inlky aiiiweri. Thr abort and tulky m cuma over igiiii. Alter a vuilrnt >l"rm mii autwcr cot f'cm*.| tht matler'i anipleioii that uigh', whn h npifl many aiiutd p dU-d wil-there waa I'imribmg wrong about that.psrllc- low. and v V'r.d thr iiJ:sh wall, on the Ice niar man wh'i ba.I given it.    ,|Je ol the hroaj. with l.isin triim the aa».> I'llly th'ffiweie coiislaiitly ocfurriiiR. or that dathr.l agaioit it. Ihcie eanie i,i !• ii, rn-ratnar were tuapccled lo occnr; which il jug a nqiiiat from the miller lo K;id.l thit h' tuilly perpatral'd made up their aum tmal an'ild have tnekiuJuivatu iatpict    u.i.i lortheir appairntlf trifliLi amonnt in ile been ircnatoincl to d-i in fo.iurr dsysj tio tall. 'I'bc fruit and v geta Jra in the gtrdrn, .lannga tbit hr fra rd th' smlt ha.| -lúi.,, tha coila in thi thcd, the nimd in tha tiirk Kudd aent wu.'i li" would be tnere a'mion.— yard, Iha cgga iu tha I'lwl.buuaa, wcra all ilnenf ll.iiim ul >,'i"limatra wo* prcseiil «hin irriningly undar    '    '    ' they bieiiue Uia inviiicibit agi'urjr '’Kn'''l*7uU'"l'at’’’hit mninrat, isJ Jt»e '    *■ '    '•    ’• with hi'ii. Due of hiti ma ait round her «hosla ,,,,,,,    ,, «ai»', aU'l Iheir hauda »I re 1 lisped. Kaera, "Mr Jnhn.    scol'he o.,    luv    i    nils seaiug Iheili, ahillcd hisi.olilmi Bammaullu    “I e .m.l tiU y    I| a iloC» mat    «on.|    I,    .-•e... hr» lell hail ifltiug hnii at liho.ty, Itmk a luile dill, reun'o.rit um,i. and olfered hn ngM baud t-i Kii ' . «no    mln.l now. I    pa»., t I»* .Hnr,;h    u    ee, an.l slimik II long aud hcailil», withont ulienng a    when I had go*    lo the lu lol    n.y    bmt. ai l liad met lie lie It Ul a u. anil h d Ill'll g.i'.; u ig lit I lurueil k to go . ver ■ ru gionud iki u I when I ihe iiikli! I eoii.d see Ihealiopeot ils reuisi.J rag fid wall» an.l ihi aky ihrouvh iia uiuduwt . . Marlin? ' ‘ I'VO. air ■’ ■ .% id between you and tbicaptain'»?” ‘ (I'lv air.” ‘ Hs»a ji 11 till yinr port-fisv ill right?” He piifir I It ont of h a r-iat potket tb iwt J goue on. but I called to him to ttop. "Ws o.iiat lis k IU the rbnrehjatd," ttid I. ‘I ■dviitd aim t'l fisuk aitt.iit there, il he iiw Ih* likhi again. ' Wr U'ltnelioi’, ■ I 1 ver th* wall.and began lolo.iV ah iiil «,. 'I-g the g-avea A mon ent .1 to ! on; II ,irt «.all, • I a .a 1 lu. k    "    •    ca:ltd    to    me    f    nm    a    H»- -    (Iia.....*    ‘'------ ■ oril. ‘ l.' t w.illll I. wrileli. w I'h'iUt him I'lm go, ' he and al fail, it ia nut . I.iiig ‘mi Imgeii by tioirhii.;.’ tocha had li!'h'Ui ahuul l-HtH'wi'lbi all.'* to havf Pa own, ¡■«mein th*ch irhig our taking the truubia to pnniah ,11 lo bueaiaa.i ,r w a,, to night, Marim,'    “^1 i'la way, sir, qn'ek 1 o^k -sid I. Il' « I k '* ywnr walk liaa along hy    í""“    "7,    Li Ibi ■ '1 I'ha ih wailagun '    po iile.f, l'.sor old M vrtiu! I had been un- .....  vcrv    cuchiia    there    Iaat    'uUi.l'uslly the ctn.e ot hia death. He waa iiijht    said he    dropiiiog 'nia v„ev.    lying tideway» on toe gro.ind hi. bead bleed ‘ .N'liiiti g that Utt aiioihcr tear lite thalon ','®* J *'""•'<1 •»/< l'«kmz it if bn j«nrh'AÜ    I    hoDA    ■    hid Util bM«fU With iitirk or a “N.i.air. it waano men oi aroman thit L.nenlh asiikud with blood. Hit beoda time. It was I tt.'.ng light nioaiug among    Li    miiat    have    been    dead    loriiw loiiibi, tohrigLimtl conlt ace ev- *'T- ‘-«I» die. hit eiitlaaa and gave mv nettlw aahtri    «« Liip.alola end ww walked *11 'Li.oi th. looked over    f®'®*' Lot tha mniderer» bad robhed him or nhunt Irnm    »**')lLi' g-*ven tu hit nrini. Hit pocket* II tha f'lwl.buuaa, were ill iine of |1 .iiiiii ul i,'i'ilimatea was prrseiil whin “‘".‘i ,, i.i,,, g» in.lrt i ’ U'li'.te id Biiuniaul. Mt was lay right uailei Ilia old wbH. and I - >.'‘0 old toiubi, to hrigh' I nit 1 cun tbe .pell of anui. ejf; ,bi. mea.age sa.iu .iveiid Aud .n.we .,l    ,.,0 » rioT.^uit^    «elí ló    .liays'w.ile-l prifr I,.s', he |,.e ., Mil t,„. "i Ll‘ ®®l <'•••    •1'"'!.    “I    ®'t And lett, wilting beucAth tu The day alter the at" m the wind Iilltl, pju, „„    n„í„',’.    people m be'asi.nllr.l in tin., llhooghllis* .i.u.lui.'g n.onog. j.ut H ri.lrJ A lUomenl 1 and 1.: r    ,    .    hr*.ii.    .I...Ilia lU.. --.Il,    ‘I*    P"’!"'," ••"' I    ,, '.u II 1  _______, ......    tne    will    and walrhtd it rreniiuie a , perlorman e, bntil VI» not railly rooie If ao    a    -    -    Urg#    pnreel,    tlnpped    aer    .»»    and aerwsn like i JL»l nun that lei. ihnt war five» lo yon, ait." i'    much lO, iLan me laili    of rlimhing whirh G.'i l O «Ule.l in hit lecture at Trenton. N    bawkor'i park, and very heavy.    I wia ran-    *®®«' hho    would hnvn tnllvd It a eorpio eiu-    • t-olo Mid I, wt *nit not loan ono r ,*•    Milori dtily praelio# amoni iLv rigging of a    J, ihil tdIO P'i‘*on»btd aigoid the pledge,i* b,.,» .bat wa. m it Lue il; f car    <?*»'’    .    rhollinker had aomt haod in it." ,Gtblo. HiViug dooi what    waa r qoTfd Iher#    and coooerlid th. m.ilvc. «ilh the tlaahtn/.    j , bleru in lo» poekt l    batiJea tome    '    '.'•^‘‘“L!    1 II Ull »on wkat    it wai. Rum»    1 hero «M onlp ont hoot halníen this pa I"    ho eiim ltd up that tall k.    Lispecl who* «a*' pmian muieiueut, ihilol this nnniher 4iH IHdl CarBin tmdvr end ii ileh.i to I    nl'l my port    lalmii «ho know ihero't no eh lum with you    end Ihe l,ipUio i hou‘t, and n vtral ot AA    -a'______ A.k    i.1..1^..í*_JbL..    ..    .a    .A.i    a    a    •    S     »knv«la.    altap    lltA    armo I may tt well tell yon that ho waa tht thief, (hat hawti tht prraoB who, hr tilfni words, and lookl and iieai. whirh' h* eo- ndoailfv let eicap* bna now and tkro. kod eonlrived in prom»»*»'M"|i*’h\mMl^^    ,    •'roD»'io    lk»'^up|.ar    and    f.    Mn'w    ooe.    At    in    had    r»“'.ii'»J«i*    *'"?    *i"l«l*d    the    plvdgo    aad    i    'l’itnttJ rteil, I i "a'lía ii’l, la a luttia, haae hMid ot voor ' Karly ena morning lahowtl itcaling off. pilot ,    olhar k aide, a "I mri irnv»! iboitfv liter Tbo hu'ly wtt ra. I lew roiniilva liler than wm quit* pruifriit, wilh a psilfiil ol coala irervlod osar night, .....      ^...........^    .    .. II Itaei'd that Rudd, who waa coniinv to atkor, they mty go lu work agaio iu the afta tiork, *>td paretifid hoik himioK aod tht too ' m rVBA m    0l|V|r»»    —wa av VWTV WMV. .-g a |lt    |    VI    H'|g    a    M-wa    v    s’-aMaw    «a    aapm    |*i    —avMva '    ||    |    W aUbVIt    »»    »|l,    »    V    t    »r    ■    « IIV HV. s"    «..wt.----    L    l    |    J    » «M moontui»(p bA ffftt A livht brtAir aIat up Aithpr a Jrauhuil i kiava ur aatn iuia-| «ad |tMhttv|iMJ    vbieli    I    in    HaiUa mt <l*l»ruiibra to (rf vbil • trivk «iM rfu. Ht- n>Mdtotbt rliul ititraB. %uú oda or lh« on ki« íbArk, »ntl ilightljr iDOTA hit htir— •■rAhU «iruiikArd», thil th« urluÍDil raoT*r <>l p« tht prAUfJ. «hiU I Utu;4A lo daJu ihf i    ®***7    **•* 9omy% ▼olUDktrtil to «itch oiCoIaa "Thi wil (I il rirtAiCg rhouxht ht to hiiiu-It, • th» iir.ijfft m w krpt a b* «loAiírry in    It    irenr'Mo m# tl| Iida (AWco.prfu-'‘brk liuUrn, with whichihA; IriTii D» m)i br*t. wh«li wa wrul DucMhir In    of th# *'il 1 etnput Ibii to ri|(bu •• rtiilv ai Uia iu'>rA. luJ ILa heit initoiuir biuitlf.'®**®' «j    iii    lomt    iwenlf    orlhirlT    whtlt    thiy Drft KtUifii clcir ol! iapp«»ird aordfrAr. I qairUd I'oIa • »«ra« .>    .1    '    ___ w .. BA    -.1___*___ a*t_______ *■    s.    s'    V.    -•    k^.ai. _______lo^s    Menas.    aalwia It» ■ais.sanlsivtaB «A mwvalaaiva mil •» aM» mm.1m Wa wait ia upltnalioa ul *hi§»iry tilraor. 1 Mundtol it, I’eihapa thera « lounlhiug »ls'ei "'*L »omabrand» keg otarjhy, U a a fom plea by promiaiof to aipliiaall la my aarla, |duaryalatiiatat.    I    tidar thit,Uoughl Í; hnt init aa 1 hagai t.j ■ n*»®iLol.”    ud    wa    lUrMd, wolkiog at iquick pAca. Ma

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