Page 1 of 19 May 1853 Issue of Dollar Weekly Times in Cincinnati, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 19 May 1853 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Dollar Weekly Times.

Browse Dollar Weekly Times
  • dollar-weekly-times page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • dollar-weekly-times page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • dollar-weekly-times page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • dollar-weekly-times page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 19 May 1853 Dollar Weekly Times in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 19, 1853, Cincinnati, Ohio VOLUME X.--NO. 44. AJAMja í'Qft "íñl    liV    All    THINGS.    NEUTftAL    IN    NOTHING. CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY V.), ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SOKETUINti ADVAMTAOEOVD. o ■ A PAMII.V hKAftW jl*r lir»e»’i oply child. My simc it M»7 ' Mr. Shi» wu wipitu hU ipccUelet i.r, (rrtiiiiitiu. 1 tilt ii my ouly child. Sh«    M I fttberli» tod bu bccu tu fur niiuy t diy I ' Whtl' ciitd tiutu, tic yos Ihe Mt = , be briike bii heart thotlT” , ‘ Brohr hit tiddlotKk," itid tht Ut wc ftiiUi. ' tic »«t tifly «hcu he ditd.” ‘'iifoke hit heart tor ui«?" at ed the poo». ~rf«liiui( «uuian aith thi child, "fcod Cud. da I lice U» hrar thalT" I once attciulcd a    vciy    old mao,    of    the oajae    •    •• t of Jordan,    lu    bi.    li.t    illue...    _ J    rail    him    oace. ' •hiepeieJ 1. •Luma. 1 «ill thotr    «bbi'nVT.'i'.'rir “l^ict and KcoUameo, alloir me to add | “Ob, ttuff, ttuff, brother. A tomhctonc ludccdl 1 tbaa't tlay another momeat. An old thief. I with t Unubttune had beemdowo . hu Ihloat. C'omeoD It'tado.” ‘Hot, ladiet and geaUcmen !' 11^ (laatoa'i eo»e DOVR H11.L lELF^OMftülIT. ar ri.n.n'r rras. ar liL«. a. r. notnaTT- ‘ lupe joa admire her hali to much at 1 dot— . liu you ihioh I re out tcea luy high ^intod ! ; itt'e *ife itrojuliag with trial, day by diy, j ' loUcriag. eodariog. moina *1010.7 o»er ber '•.f “^‘‘*1    tb.    «captwu    .1,    .a. Uut the boocToieat counteaascc of ane.t Joihut, a rare, h'U oeer wcicome ruitor, prrieuted ittMf. boaunit htmtclf la the eomforUble chair ohich Myy haitiaed to hand him, he taid is Well Bridcet what do eoa tkiok ol tb- I®** «leal!/ aad oucompUitiotliy?-* *^'T    friendly    masuer    hridet”    ■    ‘hluk    1    couid    tecali    thii.aud    aot "That lookt bad, bKUisedlarmr.r White    ’ «•‘‘«r.tond that the ..On, ,he t a pretl* young t'nii.r, but li'X,!!** *"    ¿“«'tlittle wife in the --------  a.    h.    .    M I’*' *. “ .T'i ,    ••    k"!    k»o«n a. much « I do ol bia motl :    , down    T*    •    the    t*"nbU’'    or.    .a.    »»»« would bate rame to l,»e »    '    Aad    toart    tad    tmilentni(titled    for    maatry Thay we.e ((uite deaf to the remosttraucil'    Í”’    ®1    the    k*^ ol Mr. bhaw, and .. a few momcni. thechan.. {^‘1 i„"^í!e“'oVíV';.*,/:ílkr‘‘"    ■•’.I-/'    “•«' ». .0 w^ the r. her.™." T^'Ta.-:: .    \    ii    jp^oHld    not    t^lo    »dd    tothc*f-    don't brtOKlhr lean .-til* H,o« b»uef>t*fcs- *'Ud/ow w.u »,libi Tor the T THK lUrHELOK'S SOLILOQI'V. Will Sh%kip««m layii^Du. I l<inr«>l, Hwu MtUon; That aahewttorl*! barul aiioUier huio in m) itfw Wilton! ToOi earcifM creaUrtfp aare yua'ro, beard me Aa loaiiv limes as lalnut*** In a day. As ui3uy times MS curls tfi your Murk nap« Tam M tbe wail, ibr b du l)i«i buMs Uto sap! ‘Mlurii coal/* don't dkUit«. sirraU. *tis tuy whim, AikI PH burn wood, wbMe UaTe's a Tirosl lioib. Wull, .Milton    matli    r    uhal lie aaidi >!■;; ofteu times    «tracles wbrn deaU; I're J til as |T'm><1 a rUrbt to eay. and so I will, rvebornti with provitcatiotis which uiifbt kill Teiicomoíon rucn; so Ii'tc Itls,—1 vow, Tisie past, lnci>iB8.!iid4«diiile, siid now, Me*«r lias pr iduretl, will not, nor evercafi, AaoilitAr pisK“* Hke woniMti is to man, Fn>u) Uie tlrst uurscry laaid^you's* scorched my toast! — ril pin you to the fender. Totn. to roast! Frotn the flrst nurserv rusld, I ciiu remember, Dtjwo to Katrt (’Urc 1 nn l wiUi last [»eceiiH»or. l*v« been Uiclr f«tot‘bai), cats |kaw, qaU, aad dupe, ’Tin, as an nrcbin iralded with h»t soup, FeeUinuch Mie kn*ain|( o'er the dinner'lablep Feels Uite IM bag th< in all. If only able. (lion'l call such Ulkin|(    Tom,    you biunv, Itsave «iir fllrutloii wlib your Ulne eyed dinule,} Hlack cy* s or blue, or hairl, bn*wn or grey. Lure like a Jark-o ianteru to betray: Cheeks Illy pale, like piulti, or damask roses, Ctrcassiai), Komali. Gr«*cUn, or snub uoses. And golden curls, ur braids a^ black as Styx, Alike are tolls to us In a flv: Aud hps ttialg>*nlly sf»eak low wondering words hweet as the closing song of evening birds; Aiarveling much to tUiuh yuu never knew, Their owner « ared a fix lor you,— Are like a schuoPboy'i cuuipuuiid complex fraction, Tbatwunt be solved; they taunt you to distraction. I’m Oil of hreslh—I’ll be a monk, a fritr! (lom.^ush the table up a ItUle mgher, **Nearei^*~yes, well, but wheie iid you iearu grasiniar; 1 thougnt I saved you from a cobbler's haiomer.) A monk of Ureal si. Bi‘rnar l,or M ml lilauc, A sailor s. a-b( find on a singlo plank. Or one of the ih-ee Solons. Mother 0>K>se, hays lu a b«»wl setoul to uke a cruise; Were a far hapiff rund a wiser fool, Ihan i, who dutice-iaya wesr In 4 upld'e scliool. I’ll talk no m<»re—now i»rlng the U»ast and tea, Holled chkki-n, ton. aad    i uui, to me. Here. In thU cup of fragrant green Imperial, I pletlge alb gls' ce lo the priace eihenal, If ever, funth-l<ke, sb’gfd by wwmsn's sinllo. If o’er    «Htíhed,    by    wt^Q^u'a wile, 1 am again—Xuw.joll) gublm, sciini)>«r. Your gnrndiig ph a lo my chagrin’s a daui[a»r, You re laufriing lu your slet.*», 1 s ‘ - irpvwisAy, Like all ih** st>x, yo i uke tuy warnM>g vainly. >k> all must try, ea<-h strlnllt g for himself, Till frtje hy one like me .iHid <m the khelf: They fliid that iovt-. though fair as rose ol Sharon, Is idle,as the svcoud a to Aaron.    b'lSLLA. YESTEirNIGllT. ---------------------------- —.r ...... |wwM.vw.vM    ..u    Up<»U It isuow between the mattrcsi aud tbesackiiiK j * \\ho waaitV” a«k«d Mr. Shaw, of ibis bed; and Mr. Shaw, the ouly houesi: ‘ ilis laothcrl Fruiu uo other source could very hasty mao, doctor." 1 was very augry, and office. 1 looked eagerly about ’‘ see her bonucc4 tu,ofih.:-"upr; itlo Iicy 1 h»Te C,er mrt with, and »ho re-| f bi»u btlitvcd the ulei that I wtiWld. Gut' thlm'" buUodd nXtei í**«tlked^há”-'    tbr    butcher’,.    Step    la a mument. ¡    ,ii    ” ,ide..nI-.ncoln’..l..n.J''.eld., w.ll c.rry my 1 did put then kao-v caou<h of the world to , tcro.. «hu»”    ^    ’    ' latentmn, into eftect. I wit neb oace la tbiak that were molh.r, who could mt-    1    weat    in    lae ume directioa the did At the batcher tihev mit the neichbor who ** u L J    ll‘K“ luor o*u childreu. We art rery poor— m, fj.,, impulte wat to aik her, cud my tec-    !>««■> the lubjeet of their prenout conter- “''''•tdajr    ,    r®«“'*‘llhe’‘Pu‘-»“MHa‘iat.acetho*ed:oiiVhoagh^twutofollorher!^^^^^^    lie    e.rUiniv    prttei.ted rather..bah- “To-diy. How dark and mnty It hucomc I me the adrcrtitemeut and urged me tocome,.iig    gi,,    crotaed Ilolborn and tr»»- appearance, aud la hit choice of meat orer. d'jetor.”    ' —it wa,a laUehupe. But I find that there‘„.ted tom*of the lonu itroeU that head in Hu Hi<ht wa, iroing    fstt, and I felt certain    . tru .Itonu arm. and brawlinif toujiue. below, j Xew iload, where tL erriyed at lait that It would nijuire but little patience and a ,hat 1 •annot contend «Kaio.t.”    inallmuaed    at    a ma y ard .m.! the la.tofMr.    miud    that,”    the    tolicitor “it ‘ ] ¿i!.fd h.V. ,hed Jordan. “Yet.'' he continued, tpceking in in odd. ipaimodic feihion, “yet. 1 we, rich once,end Diid many a crawliuic tyeophant about me, many tiiiilinit facet tt my bnard; but there Cline t rercrte, aod like fair flower, iu a tua-den frost, iny kind friendt bid their boadi. 1 «at ncariy dctitute, and thinkinir and belie»-inx that the tie. of blood would be tiroux ciiourh to bind to me. in my distiesi, those with whom 1 claiinel kindred, and v.hohad been rteliahted to claim kindred with me, 1 went to them a »i«itor." “Aud tailed.’’ “And failed, at you lav. They dropped from me one by une. Some remembered fliaht otfeiM'ci. lome were nceer at home, snint really it your duty to attend at tut tame time. I tell yuu tu have uneipectatioDi” J saw -Mr. Shaw trv to ilip tome money into her lijud. and I taw a crinuon flutn come oyer her lace a» she taid. ' We cm f.ill Auiki” and then leariuc tnat she had been lisriii to one who w uhcd tu be kind, the thook bit i.and iu bothi>t hen, t:iJ laid, ’'God bless you sir, 1 thank you from my heart.” “BaiiiC, bau)t'. came to the door of the chambers, a iiiiuute alter -Mary left,aud upon its beuij Opened, a man of auoiitfiveor til and Ihirly made bit a.pcarauce. ‘ Somclbio{( advaulaj^eouit'' be jiatped, for heaasoutul breaih, ' What—what it it?— Good God, don’t 1-t anybody else haye it. I’m bitjouugitl brother—aive it to me.” , for now I telt why the bad parted with her cherished rioK- she tUyed about a ((uarier of an hour at the itone masen’t, and then the cime uut and walked tlowiy away. 1 did not follow her further, but went into the mtton't yard, and laid to him— it Baruet, to morrow moruiu^, at teu o’cleck, ■    ÍJtiríri.t ...»    oT wGh ™; .    1. with it. aud put it up. It’t ouly to hare ou it    L , „ n t, nm ”    * **“ “ u' GiiTbli h“im    *“'*    ?iKhL    and 1 will tend    in    my bill *2“’"V    X*'c“"    ."“‘I!".'*    ^    hi*    fmily    all    winter,    “l    tuppo,. Euffik, ker- .    ...........    S.W.—.W.    ,uu», tii«b • ail. A ui »<j giau joa flSTc come I replied Ue shGtmtker; *‘»nd with my osoii home." .....üisk«    rigiil 10 three ' Hsrry felt sore tast wien’t «//, fcuthefore- . bore to (|o«iUoa ber ísriher, for be eateruin. ... ,    -    '    .    V®    ,    'f    ,    ed tbe most uadoubtiog coLlideoce tbot she wilUdvincc you oue hoodred Md fifty dol- would te i him io good lime firs for SIX months. I'sy every cent tbst you Tüc truth was. Harry’s mother htd been owe, aud With thv rFmaiuder of tbU money lecturing her dau¿ on tac degen-maxe some slight additiuu or iaprtfvemenl iu eracy of tbc times; buptd ih» wi/al<i» t fStuk there wat a .-ecard to economy which did not i 'h®!'orbo"*!. »n«l P«t erernbing nboo of puttina on the fine thin.- her IrUn.'s had eieepe the obtervati ,n of farmer White    the grouudt m ita uanal neat order. lr>'thit    ryaed her ont wiib;    time,    were    not    no» at After a fe»    rVmarkt    the n .or !    *    *'*'    *“    “>«.» >>**'‘ I» *'*i ‘hat if litrrv aa»e her poek- thotmiker took hu departure, aud the hulLr ¡    i    *‘•">"■>«1 'h* had better giye mo A-r t*. tcep opened hit account book with an aniion.    air    «•. "*’«f."““a‘“«"hinif me. lamonlytry-    and not be ipendina    it lir    noniente,    tbat a "ayiua a“h“ haraVd    inft a littleeipenment on human nature. 1    voun^ wife', plm-e    wa, m her    hu.baed't “I belieye it i, time tbtt nciahbor Tborap- ! iVue.T.tfe"/» róuí hind."’    *‘** ton and I came to a lettlement. Short a¿- “u"^l ’ “/*    „„,l,    •    ‘"'Í (•nnnu rnxka lomrfri.^n.u    «etks passcd by. I bu advice of uoclc lec her mothtf aud sifclcr. “No time to lo.e, 1 ihould tiy remarked i    .k““i,    f»'*®**!*; “■* Emma li.Wned in iilcnt amaiemen», the the farmer    | thechanae in the ihuemaker t protpeeU wni, was a warm-hearted, aifectiooale »tirl, but indeed wouderful. He wat now ipokea of u ,be wai yerv h^h tpirilcd. Ihe color came one of the moat thriying men in the rillige, and went rapidly lu her cheek, but the forced aud many maryelloui.itoriet wera told to ac. hack the tear, that were sWrtina to hertyet, count for the tuddeu alteration iuhu affairs, for the had too much pride to allow he; to It wat generally a¡;ceed that a distant rela- .ectbemtall. tiyc had beqneaihed to him a le<aey. which Alter old Mrt. Hall retired, the tat lor a had eutirely rtlieyed him of b;s poeuniary ' ¡nonicnt or two rtcalliu|r her words, difficuliica. Old cnstomert and new ouet' ' BahgUk"’{o lore my own dea' home crowded in upon him. They had neyer be- where 1 wat happy u a e'rieket from muru-’ fore realitrd the beauty and durability of in|r till nipbt; whe.-e all utup and read in hit wotk. 'The polite butcher leleeled ihe mother’s dear old room, ..ud mother and luspBCtion, aud wai, father were thehappie.*tol m all. BaiyuA.' ^f payment. ' I won t be dictated tol" teid the vonni; wile, im tbat hit , “1 am married, U 1 am only niúeieca, and I'hA tl>a^llAr **sws    wniaA*.    .»l>' •T AUt (ARBT. «•Itito foniiü|^ and u r * buildifci^ time, tk' der hate eagiu*# ly on^', D» A0U9 m T«ff .ifr r# f dLi Yb*tbsrioht—h'iw If'ug it seenii! Mill i In itie IuqJ «jfdrr'ania, (Irirt th t loveti iu<i long ago — Heller it hii not been so. .No, wij met not u of ol.f-I wai |>Utitiiig iu lh« Ofmi 1 Of btv g Ave aouie floarcra tobe, Wbejuecaine auU lalkctl with md. White 1 1 forfbeadwM.and fair, Vt itti Aui-h rroyvii» a^ augeU wear, And hii voici—but I a-oue Lver btiird so iiveet a tunu! All I    but }*’«U rday 111 the •HtfUi.o* leMfliliig lay, 1    go'dtt:t vU'Ud r*Sr, Fallen and ludeU fia a ilar. Hush«'d the chamber is, he said, Hu«b>*d aio! dark « acre wo must wed, li It our oridal homo i- Irighi— Will tu>m go with mo to night? Aniweri'ig lh»*n, I sattl> said, I sfii l.vtng, ui'Oi art dostl; ]ittrlkne®i re-ats t>t*lwot*u nn iwaiu, Who ahaU maae the pathaa) pUio? Ab! Ibo'j lok'tfil not, he crlrd, M#e» to ihrH I h id not th»*!!; KlM,ali othi r ho(H* would be As a raindrop lo the turn. Further, difuiner, earth withdrew, Lower, r>IWr b’ lt the blue, And like buó'«Mi In the w me Hlent me wbbiK*r«, I am thme. Angi'l* sav mtothe bowers Hearmg homo ibo «Uuakci of flowers, Aii'i c«>uld tiA’ar lUeir swull Neaping lu the asphodel. OVr roy head a wild bird flaw; Sbakhtg In my fao** the de«; Voderuealh a wmMllaol tree, i, lu^ love, ha<l drujiua 1 of Ibae. aud left me £•'¿*1 (Wl*. a kwa 1 received Ihruugh five daughters and mv babv—cume aloug.^ ía[d— ‘'^A"urIcVune'"Y^^^    !    “fer.Ir    ”    hi.    mind    Hlled    wUh    tic    of    his    nei,h- .-i-d you.peak to me. yon, wretch.’.* «id    moaey'“"ftiV.    me    i    1’°^ seferin my own pocket.” Here the four worthiet tepereted. tech w ith In another pan of the little village timilir from them ell. Kr»m thtt dtyto tbit, they (l,ejii,)y,,ud the pUutcd’e blew iu hit face htve nut bet rd from me. Ho you love wild | tu,t nade him red. ''lake tbtt, 1 know flowtrsT”    you arcu tui.ekiuK iited tobe eall- '■ Wild llowert?”    , i-1 the cliimptnice in the ftniily, you p'-ur "Vet. Hi re ere hetpijutt from the bloom- j n-orchrd up bunule ofcst’t meat.” log girdm. L'wk, too, how you cherub; nucial more urririlt twk place, and poor    ,,    ,,    .    _„r.„    nui    me    monc»    ■    .    ,    .    .    .    ,    ,    ■ twine-them iu her hiirl ’j'ho itreim flow. ! \fr. Sh«w WM Uirly bewildered. Sounds ol ¡    Th»re    it    it    don't    bother    me” i Ei»lBy "ithdrew her held from the window «stesrniry    i    t.i.    «K*    Armirfatitk    ^kritslr.    I    -    -*    * deep to eternity. ‘ .Mr. Jurdtu, sir,” 1 cried, “Mr. Jordan, do you know mei' ’ “'(iome hither, laughing, gentle spirit.” he laid. “Hnud with you your heaps of floral gemt. Yet, I know this it the tweet violet. .Vltry. my .Mtry! God kuowt that 1 loved von ‘ It wail atreiige thing at that moment, ’out thebliiid of l! s "ludow, which 1 had couteiiti'.iu aroce ou the ttairease. Shriek, troiu tuioiiy combats came upon our ears, and iiually, I aflvisid .Mr. Shaw to paste a placard way of giving going to-morrow morning, at nine o'clock, to iilace a tloue at the grave of -Mr. Jordan, and 1 intend t. be there, »«d kive her her rinr”, i g^faril” eicltiraed Mrs. Bcnnet, the üh, very well. Bother the ring * u““ | | drcet mekcr. to e favorite ai.istant, at she int It.. lt_ain t worth half the money I whence the had been gating on the passcii-hr. the ihiie-witha par- 1 took op the ring, then put down two toy erelgui, end cestiug ufHiu him look, which, to tell the truth town i»o«.T-),.,f there it not Mrs. rhomp.on, * h " d    miker’t wife coming up the steps ou^^rdooroihis«ff.ce.-onwhlchwat • The will oí Mr. Jordan will he reed here    "onld be « venture hvery one say. thev Muudty neit, at twelve o cloek, preci.e- I Kil.” .*“ tt-*    li'er^.Tmy Ja"v’”    '"    “    *    '* ly.    _    _    _    ___ The riot pr.auallymbsidcd. The evening , ^jj^Yhr^e'QU.rMr. nut eight, I eñlered the -Kc rllll* cttue ou. aud all iherelatmui of the deceased I    2    f.i bid beer. gone. M.'. 3haw tad 1 supped to-;    j at the clock of the chcrch at Barnti ehiined will read, audit all tveiiU, luticipatiug a COtKYGE, lit.VBT. as M.aii sutaii. Courtga, faint bear’’ Wby all ihesc leart Ait'l qucslioos for tho moroiw? Wipe, ulpo away ihosu oiunr lours, Sim» Signs of usólas.» irrow! Uuit'aplsii'is .bine luniuil Ib» luisi; bo boain Iby failb ui.i loU'Icd — Like muuolaln l"pi by 'lay-Ptut kisstd, I>iugb all tbalr bJao bo sbroudad. Uu* band holds up Ih» itais Itaat roll, And girUlat In tu» oe-a'.'. Ills la»« Is sued uiiuvery • ,ul lu »ai b bi gtvs ' 0 >tiun. Oh. n ilou liti.'u»! w.o) bofalli, Hot H» gita, airoiigib t > baar Ig Can Ho bs d»ar loa irrow s calls, Who eaui» on uanU tu suai» ll7 Look up, my brolhurl O.el Is go .,I, Aii'l i-aros fir bu.iiari grlovuigf II Idisripllii» la sptril'lool rosir-iigtkau IH| ballaviiig. Lu Ik upl rr«ad uii.lur lust tut carlb--Koup frau a s-isring spire* Cla) uol)gara lb) b.ei.i liinb, lntlsual may aiL Inbaill. Palia. hope an I lose ara g, dan kt) t, lusl bug ilaii liilbuu-.igi Thou iui)«si unlock all 11 lavan with Ibeia, Ibiiwaser) fot C'lufj;oig. Cour igo. faint besril ttuy alllhsiu feaitV And qui-sti ii.s for ina uiiirnia» Oaar br,tner, » t»i a».) l»> laart-Oud's lu*« lu-ICS out lb) sorrow. TUI. UKI A.d OH IIOUK, yriiet lbs etois I drawu up to the top, cauiu ruUlingdowii, and I the was quite dark.. 1 raised it agaiu, I aud tb'ii turned to the bed: Mr. Jordau wat a CO p'f' W list a remarkable change had in thcie few ^ , ....       ^_____^ inoiiiiiits come over the old luin't face! The 1 bustling tceue upon the <jcca»ion. I wat not sharp hues ol age had all uisappearcd, tbJ ; doumcil tu be ditappuintcd. there was a calm, benign expresiiou upiulhe’ still features, tuch as in lile 1 never taw them wear. •‘A rettlest spirit it at p.ace, I uid, it I felt for the will hu tuid me it waa placed, lud found it. It was merely tied up with a piece of red tape, and addressed to .Mr. hhaw , !2U l.iii-culu't-liiri Fieldl; lu I resolved totruitlttu no other mes-ei.ger, hut to take it in my hand inyiclt. I told the landlady of ihe house ibat her lodger wat uu mo'e. and that ihi ■mjiiM uo doiibthear imuieaiately from hit <u. licitor: aud then I lelt. “Well, -Mr. bhaw,” I taid, after I had nicntioiifH lo him the nit'inerol Mr. Jordan’s diatii, “lieio IS the will, air: 1 preiiimc I can do nothing further thau lo ibaut you lor yourcouitesv, aud lo liiil you gotso eveuiiig.”    ______________________...... “SUy a mcmuiit,” he "Let me look ¡    utis from one to the other as    thot from the utthi uuemueiit. Hiitiip! a slrauvi will. He |    j,i j),» rtlilioui. It was    a    m*st    pitiful I leave, tiie loim ot in a.lrerliseiueul hern, ’    p,5n„eof human nature. ; whicu it to be inserted in ihc luoriiiug pspers. ^    ‘-l.adits sud gentlcmtu,” laid    Mr.    Shaw, I calling hit relatioui together lu hem IhewUlj -gheuil them!” I read.”    '¡'here    was a death like llillneti. ’ Indeed!” ' “let. Well, I thall. at 1 am namrd trni “She bat alw'iyt paid ut promptly,’’ wu lot that WM iu the d»v« of ber proi-I cinuot afford to run any ruki gether, and 1 promised to b. with biiu pane. I ‘^'1‘V *“““ *(    ;5'u.    i    .    i lually. at twelve ojlock on Monday,fo. \ wa    minding    whír.    T    WM    U'thlr^íIZr'.ln atcuri.uii as aoy body could helo hear the «.ikiog . »ug then a voice said-    |    la.lher    conversatmu. ,,,,    -    ,    She    wit    tvideullv    tnrpriicd at thercfnia! •■ Ihereyon go again, a. violent e. u.n.l, | „( Helmet to‘do tnv work for her, but doctor, and m the dim mitt l«w Mr. Shaw,    j^ere    wat'    to    be    ...J, th.ioPeilor tomygreat.urprite.    ¡    ,ud    the    tiisk    leave.    Auotber    applie.tion iteppeil luy o*u entrance, cryiug,— ’ Vtboire you? W hit relaliou are yon V” “llts graiid'talher's uncle.” laid I, “ind i. ycu duu t niuku way. I'll pull iheuose olf your lace.” ¡Í was well that Mr. Shaw occupied very chtrabert. «r otherwise he could not have arcuiulnoilatcd one half of the ptrsuiis who came to the reading of the will, aud never in ail luy lile did I ace tuch malignant looki knelt a respertable looking young man 1 re-cellccted at Mr. Sbaw'i clerk. ‘ Good God I Kichardi,” laid Mr. Shaw, “it thatyouf What it the matter?” ' Oh, tir,” said Riehtrdi, “I htve come to nik your forgivenett. The spirit of my poor old 'father s' asd by loy bedside all night. Oh, Itod I Oh. God, it was dreiilfni: aud I knew what it was for. Oh, tir. forgive me, 1 peeped into the will, tir, whilt yon went to dm-    mccVlhéTill    at" ibrusúan 1*    .J    I    >    f«*r    It    wUl    nut    bo    in    my    power to d round to all Ihe relationi. and sold the teeret tor two |iouudt apiece, aid—and sake rna dnw n the London road mb bring the I \»»#v    1*1.    **•»*    teawe    «••ss-a.tssw •». ...SW^    ...«    Ih    Vli, IH l II a AltU KT W* *\ Uir H . t attt p,i«we Hu’, lir A« ?uu liive HttcinicJ liini auti    hi«    sH iu tcaijrctablc nioaruiu^." ai i    tu    knua    be had a bifih vptuiuu (>t '^hirvpt oitr." itiJ tho juunKvr brotbor; ; >#u, I lUould hke ;ou II bit fricud, tu bo with ;    hji    Mary, tbat he aa> to fmd of. lue, ai Ú wara, I'i lutufe prooceuiüKi CUÜUOC. ! tod witb hi* witl." Ladies and genii, men, I tin csmmi.iioned j    thegrave.tone, 01., good gracioiit. to read to : nu 'b^'he-whwl^.nMI 1 rail U T |    ^1.    ha.    Oh. prudentItone for thu job. r. Shaw moat man looking iver the rtiliug of the church yaiil, with a spade on hia ihuulderi, and to him Mr. Shaw taid. ' Five gameta fur tnat iptde.” Tki man thought be was mad, and tried Oh, dtar me, the only cuuiti for what aba ran 1    .    -    .    .    .    Ti,    —    »»»?•    but    "dropped    the    ipide,    and we. * little shekby piece of b eck crepe ..pun ^ diggmgewty likefury. her tim, end eiiuther upon the arm of her; -‘Where a thi - • ■    ' he teeeher my own miatrist! to lea. aud ; Apd, the rehellioni tonca wonld come la improvement, ; apite of her determination#. Hni ttieu me ig her lenol- ihooght of Harry, rfcur Harry, whom sh» had reaamikorauddeuiy fonnd heriell learned to love to well. Her impulie tree from the great preki of work, aud in a was to tell him, but ahe had a great dtil of frieudiy note eipreiaed her desire to aerve, good aense, if ahe was young, and the said •Mri. Inoiupaon in any way in her gowrr. to hrraclf— “Just as I eipected.” cjcltimed nuele ".No, that would not do; then he’ll have to Jushiia. rnbhing his hands eiuitingly, ai the uke tide, with one o: the uthe., and either gralelul a'ioem,»ker called upon him at the ex- way it will make trouble. It may ween hia pirttiou ot SIX montha, with the m-juey which lovefrom me. No, no! I’ll try to get alona had been loaned iu the hoar of need. “Juat witboot; but Í wish 1 had known more about as I expected. A stiaogc world! They are : her before f came here to Jive.” ready to pash a man up while he leemi to be    .Vnd au the imiied    and    chatted gaily with asceudiiig. and jui*. as ready to push him    Harry, aud hoped he    had    set it down    to the down, if thev fanry thet bii face is turued account of ’■neivousueas.” htiil the houri that way.' In future, neighbor Thompion passed ilowly when be was absent ft his busi-Ict cverithiug around vou wear the air »f ntss, and ahe felt uneaiy every lime ahe heard prosperity, aud you will be lure to protper.” ! a step on the stairs, lest the old ladv should And witha latiified air, nnele Joshua placed lubjeet herto lume new trial, hit uioncy IB bis poekel-bank, ready to meet ' “Iwoaderwhat dux come over Lmmi?” some other claim upon bii briicvoltuce, whilst taid one of her listera. “She hat grown to he whom he had befriended, with light itep grave and matronly, lhalf hated lltrry wlien inda-heerfnt countenance, returned to hit, he earned her oft, and I quite hate him now, happy home.    for the ii to sedate end moping I d'sire lo *    keen my neck out of the inatrimoniil noote. ” Dot'kows KtAHOs?—Ai the queatiuD of the    bliortly e.tcrthii, Emmi’i mother lent her rational poWc.s of anímala vet a mooted some delic^y, maaufactiirrd b» hericif. ot qiieslian, we throw in the followiag *c: to which she kuewhi-i dinrhter to lie penicilia.--"help the ceiiie aloug.”    i ly fond. Mri, Hall brought i: into her room The uiiller atL'apc Lluabeth, a few day a , and act it down on the table a. if abe was since, law two e.~ows light upon the mill pond. ' teitiug tUc itrength of the dish, and tuid— Une got fimilooliug npou acakeof ice; but' "1 wonder it your mother ia atra.i thit Ihe other, lets jndiciont in the aeloctiou of his van'll not have enough tu eat here. Ünt landing place pitched iutoaomepiilpy inow,' would think you were a child at a buardiug-frum whirn he found it imposiible to extricate ,    achool.” bimtcH. Crow No. I, iramcdiitely cime to    Emm* coutrolled herself by * strong    effort, the rcKue. and tried to push him out ot the aud made uu reply, simply taking the giti scrape. Finding, howe»er. that this was im-: from her hands witp a nod of acknowlcdge-poasibie, he stnpnad, ciKked bit head one side ment. Every day brought her tome I'lc'i i:i appireiilly anowing dcliberatiun. then I ]Klly anuuyanre, aud her fitbcr-in law »bo chatte l fur a'moaient with hii nafur;unate wu old and cnildisb, beeaiiie quite ai trouble-eoniradi). and flew off,    loinc u hit wife. Iu these resiiecta it rc- Tne miller thought he woulel watch the de~ iquired all her lore tor Harry to eai ry her wokcine*#. In ahont ten minntei.crow .No. 1 through. returned wiih two others. These three put, She still adhered to her Jcterminetion, how their heads together lu eons-llatiou, flew ever tu couci al her tronble» from her hnsbauii round their impntoned brother, and ciiiuiu- and though he notieej she was less rirtciuus, ed bis eon.lition. aud then Dy a joiut effort ' hr pc-haps Ihonght the mantk ol uialionly raised him up aud stood him upon the ice.— diguity so bccoiiiiog to his \ oung wile tUai nt This biiiig ecroinplished, they rnbbed against telt no disp-isition n> liiid lault with it liiiii to warm him, brushed the froten snow' lu the mcintime, old Mrs Hell beiagco-i from his wiugt, and finally all departed to- fined to ber room with tit of intiurers Iht gcther—Ihe saved crow bei'i.g in the center of rein» ol guvcmmeut were vary nnwiiliugly the otheri, tt though it wu still uecesiiry tu rciiguid into Lmma's banda. The cudlcs, watch alter hit welfare.    charges ihc receive,! ahont the dusting, and If any body rail produce a itrongar incident swetpiug. and cooking, ended always with ■ In f.'oip'nologieal hiitury, let him briug it this-oliloquy, as the duor closed npou Ein-‘    ''......-    ■'----- ma’i retreating form— .,,, .r .b... ■ ,    Milf;r.l. J; birsimer. hu eloped from .Moiisou, luto one ear and out of the otner.” ...... •    ■-----------'    '•‘‘--Tiiionof    the wrong way. n.iil Hit. rA.if,f what I call doing thing. Aaarfaowi. led through her mind hi I ahould have Ukeu that Hill dollar hill Lmma exerted bersfll to the ntiuoil to you,” waa her talutHiion. I was about rail-ing at your baiise. Would it be cuuvenieut to leitleoiir little accauiit this afternoon? ’ “Our aeeount!” was the siiiprised reply.— “Surely the term ha» notyel tipiredl” ' Duly half of it, but my prtseul rule is to enllfct my money at that time. It is apian whieh ma’uy teachers have adopt'd ol late.” ' I was not aware that there had been any change in your rules aud I have made my ar-..... '    ' time. my power to uu so sooner.” ■    -L .    .    -    V    ,    The ronntenance of the teichc' showed Mr. bhaw cava a jump that aitonuheJ me. | disappointment, aud as she passed uu in "ilootor. dortor,_ he shonted. “!or Gods . different direction, she mutter, ü to .herself bar tortncail 1 wjb w ill ba»e uohoUy to plea»* here hat we, cmmt. lloyou think the Usk •ill h« difficult? ' The auwtr, though highly aatisiectory to the hus'mnd, was not intended for you, dur rieuer, pleue excuse Fax.»» Fjut.v. a Pn the Central rhrUuan Herald. URCLS JESSE S TALK. umm: ALUk Lkwm, Ok, MOW TO TLAT. Mosias—The followiag extract from a speech delivered in the t.'iiifaraB Senati. by -Mr. Sot LI, it tonekingly bcaattfel. The aabjeet wu i bill anthorfziaf woBeo toart at lole trader!. Thera ere married men "out” of California, ea weiftiia it, who mty l-.iu> in the glau end behold themtelve*:— When t reflect npon the rondnet of m*i.v "Come, my deer !” said -Mri. Lewis to her little daughter, the hirdi hare put their heads Buder their w togs, and goat to aieep, aad it's    ., uuie for you t» goto hed. Come, kneel dowa married men lu California—taeir iaitni.s,-.udayyonrpreyers, then kiu -good night I’    |®    '"7    *«"    ' ••!” said Allie, “I htve said 'Onr tar—how cimpletely they fail inthept rf.r-Father’ every light for ta long, and I'm iL'ed “«x»    dnties--!m* virtuous ,md in ■ ol it. mayn 11 learn something elae to pray?” <la*trioat. Uilhful and patieat women are im -■‘Why. Allie dear 1 it s Cnriifs »»u prty- P®»*^ ■!"“ 1»? wor^ea- br.tea of huabauds, er. He hu told a. all to u* it, and it mat ai great tyraaU at home a. drunkards and de for lost what every ehildnee'ds.”    btueners abroad—my rcsiiect for Ihe sti ‘ But 1 don t uk lor aay lUing when 1 say pronipta me to do all withia mv power to pro-it,uu. 1 oaly Uiuk about reinemheriug the l«t her ngnu and aecura her happioeu. words, audagood many of them I don't ktow • Ip” woman. 1 have loved her all my life, what they meau ”    «o'*    *“'P*    W    •»' faithful to the same high • Well, my dear, come kneel down by me, •"'* inspiring sentiment». For amid all ine and 1 »1.1 aidp ) on ”    tempUtioaiMragglea aud kuiKS Allie clnspeatogetler her two round dim- of eiisteuce.oae .tor, brighter tiun ail-Ihers, pled hand., and laid her curly head in ter lighted and cuidóme onward; if I ever inother'i liji    ' htd any high and noble ambition, the exciting • “Now begin tlowlv.” uid her mother, “and «®'*7J *“•>>«>> i» eppromg Imile eom-iry to th.nk about what you uy.”    ff»*    *J«®f    ‘jn<l|!*    her ■ Uur-Father-which-art-in-heavan,”    lof.ace >• G*n. u^n otners.    ueuua lu her mnrmnr.d the little girl, pausing a moment alter every word-“¿t menus Imd, iLn’t' ^ medium rule i. u powertul as the b.Hut n    ''    box. and she only leeda the proteetions of ■'Yei, end when yon sey it, yon ask God to |    .7**“ “Í be kind to you, Uke a lather,.udprpm.« that    “ArnTr: you will be dutiful to him. like a child. Iln you uadersUnd tnat, Allie?” '1 don't kuow, ma. Fapa gives me every from my bsyhood with the soft and winning influence of her Tirtbeeand beauty. I remember my first love; my baby tffce- a aavea a    Uato»    A    tohcto    jLhfcm *l*v vvvi T    ^    •    .    i    i    l    ‘ thing that 1 want-1 don I ieed miy other «<»“• «‘ fo^f J'“"    «A',-    1    ¿«'e    b**®    •“ uthcr"*    ,    love nearly every mouth nBce—save the Uerk ■ "But whet if imp. ahonld dia. AlUe?” »“<* • 0,1 never tkongfat of that, mal He won’t!de«)l.te hearth and m*«le the heitft too die will he*”    deaolite.    And uever.air, while 1 rcmemher my “'l hope not. my dear; bnt don’t yo. „-¡ ®®‘¡>*''>“{•'»'« in thegrave.-I remember member -hen s/san w’.rn.r’. f.liier died,    "X’’''TÍ?'! "íl and letther mother    tick, and they were k>    ^leet my aieter. and the abuse,    which might poor that aiiaen end    her auter had to    tome    heve beau Ue.r.-never while    1    hold m me.n- nere to beg for aomething to .et? And    don t    ?7 ®“® «“‘"rí“X“ you remember how    cold it wsa. end    their    ‘*V® «“-‘''«H I «f®« to    ^ve my vo-ce iloihe. were reglged, and they were beredoot, I “T nflnence end my vWe, br eny auu how gled tnev were to git t piece of dry '    “*«““7..*®    P‘®í“‘ oreaa, end aeid lie» had not eeleu any thiug    »“■*    P®';“®“    »‘ before ailday? Don’t you think that Susan *8»““ the oppreasion neglect o'ebose. oi would like to here her father tome buk    I    hope    the    bill    may    paaa. again?’’ U, y ea, ma 1 for then he would work and earn money, aud they would have plenty to eat again, a d goed clothes to wear. Bat, ma. if iSusan had prayed to God before, he would nave made her lather well,aud let him live.” “Yes. God gave her aUther,and tusk him aga a. God gsve yuu your wpa. who ys to 'good to you, aad God a an take Him-way.— tiod gives papa health, ao that be can work aud earn money to buy what we want, God m.gul make him smk, and then wnat would we do? Dou’t you tee, then, that you need a Heavenly Father too?’’ "lea, man.ini 1” ''And duu’t vou remember when Lucy Thomas died? ] took yuu to aee yer, tu* yon kuow what pain she was in. -And her Giher •lood by her, end the cried ont, ‘U, pep*, help me I D, papa, make me well again I CÁ papa, I don't want to die !’ And her papa taid that he eould not do any thing for her, aud he cried while he leid it! Diu nut poor Lucy need another father) -And when her ipiril wi-ut away Irom the body, her lather could nut go with ber. She wa< in a ttrange world, aud ihen ahe needed her Ueivtnly i'lther— did the not? ” “YVell. luy deer Allie may be taken aick, a.M though papa may buy a gnat deal of medicine-, and lend ler the doctor, it may all do iiogood. tv hat will you do then? 'And my Aliic may have to die. and then papa or aiarn-uia can t go w uh ber. She w la leave uotb-iuk ,*iert hut her c;id boay—her soul wiil vaut another home aud another Uttsev.— tv here wilt Allie go, aad who will lake care ol Allit, if ahe dies?” ' VVou't God, mamma?” “Vei. if .Vllie loves God now, and prava to him. But it while you are well, yuu don't ttumk Ifod lor it. anil try to please him, you could uut expect hi.u to love yuu. aud hear your prtyeii, aud take care ot you U yen bunln be left an orphan, or shoulo die. Sup "Juitvs I eipaetcl. f shall never get one rent. Evervbtwly savs that they aie going    "oic.noiogicai    am down hill. "l muit get rid of the children iu ' on —Aaríer»    Atfiu. aome way. i'vrhips 1 may get a pair of shoes or two fur the pavmtullfor the half quarter, it fiju;^ right, but itVlllnever doto go on ;    ^    S    '“r    vlaio thM±;*'5í7rh‘.l:^.t I í:- (Ue irM-ucr, wUi*. lu un» wu    h    «    n    f    ..II    aL:„.,.    1-4,    »i*il    1    initiMn    her    minH. ntÍi£lit>uriuK K^ucrry topurchiae loiut tamily the itoue? ' he cried: " bring the :    i„„„,r». I "lu which there ii t myatery, eh, Mr. I Shaw?” ' “A little—parhapi a little bit of porf mor. I trm revenge, ihet ii ell, » hieh 1 lui not now I el liberty to di-araiit u|iun. But , ere tu coiucide w ith you, end thet yuu will follow an old friend , grave.” 1 proniised thet mii'h, end duly 'iheliiuerel. It wei * quiet, walkieg eileir. ,,,,, alU-d uiroii every relation I have in the    I    .aw    arriving jtnd Irom the manner of it I le t quite coa-    nyrld lor aisulame, and touud uuue. have to    w'heelbarrowa,    and luup. to m.k. it other-    ..4,,my >.rt we. tilled with bitlernes. I WM». A IIIMUIDÍ •( earth Blum Ditrkid thi    rind urcbanubltut»* l**wira* tbnu. Uutitill    i-uiu-a .* ih--ntr»nc«oI lhtchu*TÍyird    4od •.pot, in the littl. churebyerd of Bernes , ,hmk they arc not deed to elUeeliug; end whir. .Mr Jordao ilepl the ilerp that knows ibi-Uiug my last will aud ta»tameiit, ‘    Ini    Jordan    llcevcaii    how    they    cuffed UU Wftkllift. A *4r«F9liaar rft)D emuB du^MU,»» (i.mi mv. afa Isla • iiKsiitiliiitr tn Ihttiiitii iif one <    .    *    .    *    *    * To THE Guli.—Here ii a paragraph ol plain talk togirla which la worth a library ut Yount; Lady a hooka or Young Ladiei' fricaui, or whatever may by the title of the Wishy-washy compt-lds that are snidlor the benefit of that interesting portion of the community: ‘ .Men who are worth having, want women tot wise». A bundle of g»w-g;a» hu'ruH with a string of flata and qniveri, ipriukled with roloene, and set in 1 carmine lancer— tilia Ú no herp fur a man who eipecta to raiie a fami y of loyi on veri’mhle bread and meat. The piano and iice frame are good in their placet, and so are ribhoni, frills end tinscit, bnt yon cannot make dinuer ol the farmer nor L bed-blanket of the latter. And awful at the idea may aeem ts yon, both dinuer and bed-blanket are ncceatary to domestic happi-neta. Life has its realities, as well u faucic», hat you make it all a matter ot decoration, remembering the tassels end enrtaini but forgetting the bedstrad. Suppoie a man »t good sente, and, of course ol good prospects, to be looking (or a wife, what chance have you 10 be chosen? Y’oii may cap him, or you may trap him. or eateh him, bnt how maeh better to make it an object for him to celeh you.— Reader yourself worth catching, aod you will need no shrewd mother or brother* to help you find 1 market. - — - ■ - ♦ -- - Maanuai.—Marriitc is to a woman at once the happiest aud tOc saddest event ut he' life; it It ths promise of fntnre blits raised ou Ibedeatbot xllh'--a*n «uj.jymen*. Shaqniii her home; he. "'tienta, her rompan ont, he.' oecupatiuiii, her amutenieiits. everything on whirh she has hitherto depended for cumturt, for alfeetion, for pleainre. The pareuls by whoee tdviec she has been gnided, theaiiter to whom the dared impart tvery eiuhryo iLonght aud feeling, the bruuier who he* puyed with her by turns the eouuiellor aad the counselled, end the juiingrr childreu, to whom she eotethityoiiDevrrrerediarpapativeptwhen has hitherto been the mother and the plav-)uu Wanted tomelhiLgfi'omniui: do you mink mate, ell are to be tursekeu at one ieii siiukc. papa could lore you', huppulc, whtuhecamc every' former lie it loosened, the spriug ol huiue. you acted just as it you didu’t see him ! every hoiie aud actiou ia to be changed; aud —that you never had a smileor a kisafot him, »et ahe tliei with joy into the untrodJan path but that whtu you wanted new clothea, you before her. Buoyed np by the eoutideure ol Would ask him 1».'them just as it he wu requited love, the bids a loud aud grateful bound to buy iheo, 1.,, you, uo matter how adieu to the life that 11 patt, aud turna with uasghty you had bieu to him, do you think ' excited hope» and joyoni anticipitioni to the mat ne could love such t dniighter as that? ” ' nappinest to ronie. Tuvn wo* to the mtu No. mamma    ' who eiu blight inch fair hopet—who cm 'Well, my dear, yon arc God s daughter, treacfaerously lure such a heart trom its petce-iit Will as pip‘1 • aud God is uiary ou ail the lui enjuruie’nt, and the watchful prutcctum of time, thuiign you cau t see him; and God j hume—who can, coward-like, break the illu-givrs you all the comtuits you have. Iiud I ‘ lout that have woo her, and destroy the eoii-loeserves your lilt, and your lather s life.— ^ lidenc* which love had lutpired. And more A»d whcu yuu are sick, uuhody can h> Ip yon thtu all, tenfold misery should be the portion but (ioJ, aud '.-.hcu you die, you will be mis- of him who gains the aflretions o( a trcstiug erible turrvcr, unless ne is yonr trniid.— ' woman by appearing to he belter than he is, llcu t )ou s«c. then, mat It IS right lor you to : and suffers tature tiiun tu develop hi< bad •ay, Uur lather every iiigut. and that pray- | qualitiea alter heríate is irrevocably linked lug means a great deal mjic thau rcineaiber- j witb his. lUg the Words, aud vivisgtbcm over'.' Tnat I     a- ihere are a good inauy tuiug. to Ih-nk shout    Hi-„A»ne,-’’The    band    that    can sud to leel, even whi e ,uu repeal 'Dur 1 alb- ■    '    continual    leaat    to    the    hu.baud erwboartmheaveu? 1 will try 1“ vlHUin 'he rest of the prayer tuyou aome other urn*. ; ^ell it i, . humiliatiug reflection, that thr “    And    AlUe    '    rp«d to a mail’s heart i. through I tbat rcpi-otant hour, till the millennial day. ter.    ,    ,, ........ r-cisainJ alippera put 'Lmmi. laid Harry, "how shunld you n bis mat and hat. tiim    like living live miles ont of the    rity?    1 hiv. ikers, give him the stepugiit    seen a plire lhaljuvt sniti my    fanry.    aud    1 brownnt iliee ol todl, and think ot hiring 11 on tnil. ’ ” Ithatirker. I'dwiak' F.mmt brtitated. She wished to ask — _____________ „ai,d whisiey F®®»-'!»'*    J'®»''“®‘l>'r ft® »‘t® “•?” hut ahe ! and iiiiot jalept    I 'd help him get a "leu    ouly taid—    . Utrike”    at niuepin.. I’d give him * “night- "I could not tell you dear Harry,    bow Thr air waa cold dnriliiig rain cama down.— ^¡¡4^ debts, auioiiuliiig lo the lum of one '    ’. ',1 and ragrr aud 1 leturueil p,,uud. tUrrr iblllingv and eight penre, be 1, V, ,,’ I'tfS'l 1    - ,1 Ih.l |s rl naei dp-uiiun-  ....... Itii! ran siviilu» wnsrv sr lu i-ss. lluUdis.u, si n li t “-Í  I' "'‘'■ OUR FI.IGMI : KI.IUIll IIIK KOL’HIII. la 1 se luas ■ I rsasw : i,L, Br -hers' a i" -t ■ 1 r-'‘- V'"'*. a.iicc.' Í I'll ir ■■ • -I i» lo |!..“, r 4I1-u»'»• V ,, 4    ' I , . i*'i )" I <iid 1 aat. 1 a slaii .<‘1 I ........I |(, III,- llll IlM II» ' ‘S ' I' t «'•* Wli.i'ili.ast.i ol l;i-i‘Oi. iiiifilehUd. Hi k,. 1-1 “S',‘..e*li«i‘i Sitiaiil, tsoullh piwr 's '''' Ulli'9'“'et,Ui I luisdi up my luiud to eiiri Iipbi' M .bbiw • this 1» iiio.l lu.Utuioiii.”    ^    ”'”And”lbe"eTjg*nr'nng,' iliiriiig ine Usy, v.d ahoui J .. c.oek rrachcí ■ I b..i»e«ir. ruiiiiMied    my    ‘    'XVrVauS.'ieuG to mert'TbT^^^^ ñ*í ‘“j'F'    •“    I    ”    Ü    ■■■'    *•-"    »'■    -i*    ■    S.zHl :.r; r -    .    I    mediate    pavmeut,    although    they    have    aiwava 'And there’! yonr ring., '«i® *. , Mr.; p^cn williuglu wait afcw mouths until I eoiild I the Wife. ' The leigh au leclserg. Fi.vjit Vkkii. at that cluster of prairie ruara' Vthatipleu ,    did old treeat See how Ihe wmd sweep, thr A Good I’ua.-lhr l-ra..rol* (ia/rtle rr- ‘ ‘‘‘“fPÍ"* ith griet rsgrriiass, •iVhalc.o it ineeu? ItiJ ■„ old womei. grutlvim'ii.    “    ;r*m;’;ttVr*d7fur'iT,’u» düu’t'l m very"miirh    ,tow\Vliiir 7ud r'!!"; ■•I mhistuut.anj-.l eour.c I speak for 11.)    slrald yuu will lied th.m “aumelhiug adviu-    p,    give    ti.    a imali. Hue *'-■ Iwi ■ “\y vII, b,i. bother yodr Ned.” ...d a man ¡r.n'illmg aud lo..rp.uce, w hi.h 1 ho,m you f**®“'*”    ’    r/órt.'í’fíoXl^’ih.r    ' hal..rd!)re.l!lbr!,„.l,.,.lm will •'> .D’h PG • .................... hii liroliitr fhiak of that, Mrs ilraiil” It I.' imp' I I ai H s' \nd .'isv Wliiti III' I' SI, I In-:-------- Tilosa‘'US iitdu-"»-'loiowi' »ult V'» »<». Ml 00 'I,el 0, ik» w.»d. II' ,h‘« '#(( iKf hr hlbsi. ibli by anjL word» to fairly ____________________ api^aiauea ®f Mr. that the predvalm/cuinniittea lue:i , o I CJ» MfsU )■•« am For.*» ,, ;^lal'•r»^•s>'^rn»a!-s loo»' T T'‘r.'»d a ‘»" -f ‘SI M^Fai'i aisT't vl.*'» »h‘*,V tr -01» IS uaa . Ik! II liiFilsrai III “II IIWS. Ill i,i‘ , 1.11““ »“ N’O) i; 111 » “ 'H lyhtkil Thu k ol V lull ytr two.Itggrd g<ioi»l”    ‘l,pi»t io tht ir-olrr ll    --------....—........ 'l‘“h' pob’’ said auothcr iiitu, 'I kiirw Joi.Uii's iri»ii“iii at this iiioim-al. II thr \\ are, dirtiuad Ihcappliestiun of 1 him V' ■ well. I 'm hia aoaiiu. lii.lue'    ublrd G irgou » bml had suddeulj    apps are l    ,| arkuuwladgtd    high whst V ' IS? Who are you?”    4,1,1    trauslniiitJ Hiiiii ell I® *'“Uo, llivy could    (4^ the iiliiatiuu    oft A woman m te'tered clothes, hut who still    not    liavr loukr l inoie cumpUtaly    paielyiid    cuminun icbuuli,    on 1 looked likt a hraulilul one, stood btiitillugly    aud    ptiiir-strii kiu    cut ul her dreti.    It I *' the |m I of the suira,    “*    lumbetuue? ' shtiekid twenty voieei.    sauit leaglh had betu • Is this Mr Shaw's?” sha taid. Husk, “A tomhstouo. ”    ,,    vlr«‘* »hieb w*i taken    .    ...    ..    „ Me-v, hush! J uiTiuy dear.”..... "A    iMuhsinii*, sail Mr '^haw. . * *®«11 would bav* btan cordially approvad.—JTwr.    „usual, eud tie ii.inl nv.lir s'u'wel 1,o.ecurp.i'.liun. ”eud throw.UoivB I I    ll    eliimi.    but    I    lu    the    bcuitinel    UlaeU    of    frve    liaJc    wd    com ‘'Hkl who llfvs hare low. Herrj?” ■’Nobudv ’’ ’NoboJji’; YVhet a Ueae yen an ! lOWl'll llisv». hasrl) *-l h»»- ,',,j “i.iiitr ilsar, *iue jHh •“    s.v Us lesl’i.' I m mill,I-1 '« f'l T„    M C““t 1“» »»-tweii»aii‘j'-iel‘iahi:    , rutk'Uusaliaw *•*? m >«• *'■ Aiwilisl I ahl sue b»|>,‘» hsrs.s, 1)41, ,, hr.  If i ■ “ 10 w J l»*“# »| »iy»S'‘I ^iee*MlM*B,Mmt-*A*is( imMtr». ÍI11I I III liiin»ry lotieii*,” laid a Iillla ' ona wi iiM ii"l rust mueh. toiiroiild put uu    ¿/ly, girl who walholjiug ou by a haudfull ol her Hu .iii(..b!e liurri| tmii. Ilf la IlM —•      «    ......—    1    m'm ir'fbtm ■ow'i^imiTi'.sVblt’    oitilioe.    YTi'torira    toulJ    bnubUiiifd    by    eat F'’”*'. ..    .    .    s.    -    _    c    I.    ..7'’''*‘‘'''7TX7rrt;r.*ril    r    tril    there    i.    aaymau    wh,    mayftlhi.    h„„i,.lgiut..loluiv    lulibilit,    s."    '    .... Dh. Mary—do not, dear, we—we ihall ■II go huma, llastt, do.', husb’ li this 1 Hhaw s?“ •Vev,” aeid * fat woaiaui ‘ aod who art tl IBIIaff Ril ll|t*«B rlllilll. Dill lU |HV    |«l    <l|    IgTC    biauc    MIU    huggg-    . I a, tBtt .    .    a    >is low *•    Rttii    lur    m-    m titioDe V u'tunri tuul>l bnubUiitrd by CM- k j ^ Ú )    ,    *    f*!* yon trt. lu ol mv mihilit) sill s' lid II. 1 t- .vl Im mic quarter th. prc.eut lirtee/ Th. whom doe. ih a furuHiare hrlosg, and who tr^ the a,iwu».r.l palb ’’    ^ I'"    ol 1W7 cost sum. |\illUO O(W., r«nged everylliiug with luch vxqul.itr, toalei Jurdae. you, pray?” I "1—1 MW aa adrertiMBiMt. ...    1,    I    I    aailb by hi* uwi baaeatlidualry. I (to ta Ul deuea, all ol you, aboilad ,    4,    ; atoiaad 1m bttii*» taolbar "A WwbaWil*, Ui4e*d|” by aa klead. ' lev tbaikhitolliorvlauMut wai abuut lu appear. iteeU. O, tot me l»gia igain, ma auu yiie hispal.i,. He 1. never .0 amiable a. wheu he said, "Dur Uther w no art lu he«veu. slow-    ,    ,4,,,    .ph,,,    , ly imas.rel.y. with her eye. turued upward    L.lher,’    for    ’hall hi. kingdom,' in md lull of tc.rt, and weut on with drop lee.',shine of anew bonnet, eip.bawl or iLgth.'onuh .11 the pel.lion.uf th. L‘ud ._j,„,    J!,,.,    p„„p|4e.,t    to    di.pute    th. prayar. hue wi, begmuing to learn now 10    Mrike    wbii. the iron i. hht, peG- ’ L‘j 1    ,    , I .. tlou lor * triuto Niagere, Sareiugi, the Mem- Will you not orar ehilJrcu try to eern ,„ath, the Mouutai*., or to Lon-Ihe «ime If-w.i? 1 h«^ that yon e^I aay ^.ime er Far... bhonld he demur ■ D.r Father, every night. Ito not Jabber    j    ^ anoUiertnr- “Ver the word, ike a parrot, but 'hma who ,,    ,,    yourtrwnk    whilebe la citing it. vour l ather m hcaveu i.-wh.t he I. do ng 1 there’, nothing on Mrth .0 aavage-exrepl for y«®-huw toon y.-u may have ®«j»lbrr , , b,,r robbed U her eube-e. a hnngrv hua-snt him to uke care of von And vo. w.l    hi.aamach    a. yonr life la wirth to leel lut aaving it .lowly, and with tearful.    ¡4    uble.    aud    hit eyti u A Ilia Lewis did.    ,    ,    kuite    aad    fork    are    in vsaoroua play, tommy I’crhap. I wi.l le 1 more about her learaiag    j    hoxmTU.    uttoieu    will    hi to pray l ime other time.    .    .    '    .    . kicked into the corner, vour wurk-hux be I tuned Bpwerds, and the poker end towgi * ill -fmnii'el gtnmi out wea! blowi Y'ankac    heat a tattoo 00    Ihat gret*    thet    will    be *    can- Uuoul* au a frying pan. Ut 1* engaged to ae-    tsua to dilatory    eooki. cviuptuy a baud ul whutleri uu a uuiiseal, Aftar Iht lint 111 uouthalul, yo'a may vrn-tour.    .turetouy your luul u your uwd; his eyvs //you wish tu make yuur.ell a favorite wriU jo.* Iheir lerueily, hii braw ,u farrows, with yi.ur uiighbora, buy a dog and tie him “<*    »*7    Í'Íí'IJ r*<®>l;®t to help vou npiiilberell.ral uighi They won’t ileap I® •«told g«l»tol Nevar mind-»»/./ Y«a auv all that uIghI for thlakiug ol you.    might have to awtJlow a wortc pul (for in. I»taaef, ihould haulier to kiti you) for of ./v Indiana paper nubliihet au leenniit of a | eouraa yan auiUda't lot* inch a etruivtront quear hole on a aid* hill uut then. I h* bank    tusmal. civad in. Ilk* many othar Indiaut bauki, aud    IA all, lairu a laaion irom    it—keep    him    wall left the hule itirkiug uut about ten feet.    ' led and languid—aid live yourtell on a lew J/omeomivil that be.hf.1 women    turn ' liKir ’-o*. in? Auawar by r.lurn rneil.    i'¿^hJlS^.V^^ rtmVurtiiue^iffi^ A'saiM ttyi there II no pile* lihc bout, ei- euj-aiive cairgica etn misaur. Tea, feed him pt the home uf the girl you ere after.    i well, tad he will tUy euutrtiledi') iu his eagc, n. -,o    .1 •U(1 lip Oil Muua., iDorutüit Itit.    ¡    *    miM* //'iiiH ncMdg Irntk ittbctUr» cadi love it u tkc ip«niuc. it kbVk brra •nil UiUf IUm «11.    I    f»»" /gcttllcoitoUjUi, IcU lu hii three ton»    ~ ^irccii'ieu bunu which were tu hf difailcd    |)«k«v or l>ir«—lew    of ui    it •mottnil them «ifollowi; to tbc eldeH he    tbr    r!o*r ui lilr «!»•«», ”i willriS •ucvhttf ul them.tu ihf    fur-    tbc    tc    which I IdoIm lur» third, lo the uthcr oucwHiuth .»i tbri»i. lluw »bfO «    !'*. the odw«m fcokim» wi* thf will (lucutctl «ilhüi't Jiiidiu^ cuhcr    oi    ho« ofl- n. iu w»»*    «tnif »•••«!    «I of the horasi.    l| .o    -ht and rrtl..|i-« d« .    .    .    ,    .    „l"i leqiiiriii# ’’I* tbia »» I hoped have I .V.ute literary gantlcurn who hue gi»e l‘>    gmm?    Aad Ihcauewar ula. tied ill E igl;iid muki Ibrir livli’g It i- saiJ    Wa    lack Itirwerd laabtldhuud by jnppl; iiig th, pnlplt wilh seiiiH'»» •'    iiKil    forward—witkaat reltfclieai, cuospoaitiaa I'l decided Fvsugriicel Jut I'i“>' w .. buiM apc'tgaoui palaeea w«ekvteh*ra» end uf praeucel applicatiuu, will ht supe"|,|r all guld end luuahaaa—what era h*rg»Uyupt« th* Igohiag-glata. "I only hiuh. l:t a luiervigu. J'aia —To see a i/» they tad wherear* they, wbea yean labar «*? G.*Jf*.l-'Ih* hisdv.

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Dollar Weekly Times Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Dollar Weekly Times?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection