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Forest News (Newspaper) - November 8, 1877, Forest, Indiana!-£T, ? * ' © > ™v JUtaKfc '-Ok! «beatbaH theUwtKMfoRT.*«'•'« • •To th« frinoJa who mit no UrtJirUwt lhor»T ..aloof »'wlta»aawOwij»«*»)r; •" • . - - : 11MY» journeyed fonuiar »w«^rya»jr, - • OwrUrnfnimatazlyhost, * •• — -SlDdjajr ~mWotWiM>'» H»ri>!r «Jwt, i i E1U • > M^rWU <M Jwr-imMlls sow**- ' Ana utr he»rt*«al» Umotaai^etMlwiuaa; . . Whw ktutl the huttraiii {errr M t f m '". .. :To the KWait vboimrS^Se^ufEirilnmi Tbreu»h lHa wiedu of mMiytfutrr d » « s E • I wtae to tti«^»uk»oJ tlw rayBtfe rtrttm; fMTCJndtnlKiJaiu-far sunt? ulL . iBMfwJMVureBgihl.tgiD whdl; . i o d w*tte lfahit]TX»]U"dprv, ' ' Mf wlivl-3*t l o c u m tuiuluxgriy, --, ••••- i . Vft'I know lie i« true, wd willcoojoireqttlW., >&•*-,-.;..- - And! widk tho Mod«tlll he beat n.o o*«t i - vTo ttta Iriaudr Thu-wal t on! the (trttw that*, ^ T - T T ^^^•gfn f«&%tei^ £2>1 BsfcJUr Md be»utifu], I fajoW; AWiUihim.igroleil. wblH ft Miaow, . A»4U>«t«wt«rlovi! nf KkwuTj; MMtr-- •••. U eimhtfrop tbc riorjr o( oUitr ifcky - a Aod I4u.i1 ver-nudalad f^«3luite tra» ^B»btoJ»ot ttatrfimJliw tirtnH 5¾^1 ; fthl Iwaunmi, luurte /rora tUe (jind ¢ ( ¾ ¾ ^ Aad plUo* mr b«<l uprin (li» hiH)&\' _ ? * ^ •wilt ibdlopt^iid bea^ aM o'er ... t yn Jlw fsrtjwi stent. 8oeid*"«ty « I h AUl tAJiii I . J% (be Wund» wbg mm yn JIH ' "Th»^iKlo»*ilKTipaoaeir oM, • -..'- . TheiunlsHt, tbe d*y i« done, -.•-.-..--;- . - - And llkti >Ur on mr growing Hjhtvcy. - ^l£e&iee\tliMU.ihvaHtiulllib^-»"<V' :..:••» T"Ani»wifVr«.it»«t»tf(i«,-...1. -L t i l out n«r the rmh of Hurt «idrH b«rque, - -—, •••"iM mfllow «i)1«Mon Weree the Am t- -.-=¾ Adlwi,dlm>uiW!eje,rjn,»»Jted*,*i — -^ TeSB.<tfrl»h&LwUx«lton tBe fartherriiortl r -IT.Y.taar, OTinri i JCT1 xavjnwfi ray dull'. OK, be was awful bad, mother aays, an' i b e i ^ l wiw him.; Then father he. gode in- .a -sJJsfeii^Ejtaj-anfltlie? .Ijsid'. rami gWed him wMalty, an' miked him drunk, an'. lie coined home, an.' swearfd i i i ' thtowed things ,at-allEof its, on' whipped us," an' CH,tted mother With "a knjfivsn' then Uw.yPwwtoofcea hlna to- QajL-iui'mullierwent to see the man an'.. + ^ 1 ¾ w ' wld'fagjn^atdft't'mean to do Ujinithpn'thcfcaii-UBlwJked.tfie dbpr. an' be conwjd out ap'. mother-fetched Fh\Bi homepan' then hQ cried^ari.1 eatd'he ^oulAn't 4iwgi ••"'Ju1 ^n. ^o more. :Btft rtv ^ ¾ ^ B6B«»*weua»»»^ , , jtcirtnut dmdl :•-. ^fei - Sbe~dted,. -Y* «rai»i«y<m. her torn* ;•" It b1aomeA-t9 dio—ihe died fb bloody, _ Htf euiBjuierbaUiwte{«M, . : E'ijha'JlM,JI«»h'ootdMdl - V 5 , -^e*»» her Jewell «U aneet; -^- BeTGedlet/elUcntohet - ^ , . . - r.'.-l¥ero«ri> l«f riioeomed bad-. i I aiedtjd^-jftt 1» pot d«HH •'•". '••; ' 'y' . i»joo Bormxuiguwpijl» ft>... . ^Jioae^lIzbujiTfl gbut from morlel «7*; ' ^6¾¾¾0¾^¾ "^ 3¾ Liirrlwcq^mf&sff- ^HncliinetftiiiiiUy J)iei)ita«fr«sWe.|' -»UJ3» liintorvi * n n v t t r**^u*w*i f%.—j fc -„ - - fc . .„ :,-'look that my h e » t .vra» iouclieo to the qalcfc^'and I-took-her.jntp the Mtghen , hearty bij»kfaiit,^ujd..the»-:flll* Heti jSsket wjtfc foraxs freshmand wholiwome: -foodrta take: homo to tier little brothers .a^dbWtera, fo"r my. iustlnct told me'*he ;, hid upokpjiilic truth' when she said1:—-" w . " Please, mum, I'm a. poorjjttie girl- >Ith fou*i>ro'the.rBanii(J<ters, alllittler'n " W-irn' -won't^ortt'piease-gtyo me'.Bome. iicold yittlcs," - : . ' . . 2 . . . . - - ^ - • • : ' ^- ; »- . , ; . • • . . ;^. • . • ' ; ' - " : - ' .. / - . " . '7"- - -V • '-'- , -. - ¾ . - - • ' " ; • ' ' J • . . ' v ' " " ' ~ - v *>* . - " *• - .™r^-- - - - , • * , - - - * : * 1- . ' *. - : • • -r-^ --— - . ' ; - • • • ' . ' : - * * •• - , - • - ':> » , - • - , - - - v • • • • • ' - • ; E ; • • - • . - > , . • • : • • • - ; . . . ; - : v - , , - ^ , - . - : - , . _ • ; • - . / . - ^ . . - = = ^ W l w d o i r i , .TxiBtice , rtncl M o t l e r a t i p n . ¥0OT!|CEllLl_ii iFOBEST, H^RDm C 0 ^ M ^ . f J ^ 8 I ) A ^ O T E E l ^ 'iSTJMBEK 15. UK&A mm tti I tmtoOe^ttoMtt - •e.r-^ —- Vt; 4 r w n u m l r w k a i l _-. T M p»»» ta aaal end kerf,- M»Ve «e <MMd Hie •» a * - Tim we tkonM dim* y g t r . . w y r e k l e i e d ^ ^ m e M a f U t , . The roee the wilt .fcetdM . - gloomea wbw AeiiMieV WlMul t ~ ^ T*THi 4-"t!L"^i;~" - '"" i f C"^ '"'li/"^—""li- r-^JJuw-Jtre . ami . "HW'-UV • w " » jnuuny. ^henhewent.liack 1 0 ^ ^ 0 9 0 . ^ 8 0 ^ ^ 8 1 6 ^ ¾ ^ ^ around a»,in aboiling •• man •gived-nun more whisky- qn made' ™ •• - • • . ° --Wmdmnkleitlike't'otW.tlme.jUi' lote b' times'-aftei" .that,, an' one .day be »tepp©4 on Dicky-jrhen h« watf ccawlia'-' i n ' that's nhatTynrie TiU foot crooked; . Then the.bftd.'inajj. made father drink' Iwbisky all ttef^iafi.-^w' i-we-«>Chungry, .aa'-erjed, .an'1 mother ..took,Dicky/ and Jocked .Tommy an' Hatty ah*, mq in the joom>-an' go/le. to a vrpman'snouse anE; 1 »mhB<i. an'jeliife ehcr'wi''' ""»«Tnmm-6.i ^ hs j i i =fttp?j W6A«i &iSetliii:5wft3~ba! f . - ^ - ^ - X M J j ^ ^ , fftr we^lituuritliB -^•"-d±BarafierJ -jwhtle. an'-.^hen mother corned home, an' ^tyj^.ursomFEbrtatfv'att'WB'ns 1-agfuT g(^.EA^thea"'ipgt^cif^Sad-'to-i gh •f/i'TirttiMw UTiri • waatiSinl _ ony-tfpie father"fbmed :horo'o ^ { t e ^ e ' > bad man-bad givrtniiBV -w i^SKy, jin' we . ^-M. MM A Ji ^.*^M -»iM h^-'&Mf M*f» JU ••*.-,*-£l?Sttii~ runned doWn stab*"aw?''gftlHihCstrggJ E 8he'w«aiilnyjitfle mldKet.'and haoM'to^nJ ; mQ"t^r^bafr-we-t!Ottldn't,:a^ red^i^fcsdHw^PPe^fSSL f f i t ter^^t , y »"' me, was. loosed; oiios, bdt.' ire. seed Uilly l( i l l u u i i ^ ,^ Hotchkisa, «ti\ he looked us homo. But rtj?6ira^t«lIBrWge!i£i[#^ 8°- UP "Win.ipt father toeUng 6f BurKOTD^tBd Oateg After -—r -' the,' surrender. -/-3-5^1 . .^JjBfew o'eloek :onj . ^ / m o r o ^ ' . < ^ E / f e A Sample of DetertiT* BttBlntw. IFfom U» pen uf ma Old » . ] , TheTront FIsMnf t » . Spgatlng Spring* ••" ' -Tottb+Ydkmitoto. r r f ? "^••E.;. I0«w«i «*^na«v i-twfrf.V""" ' - E v ^ ^ . v . . , . ^ . ™ * , . . , „ - . „ . • , • - - - . • - / •-;,.-•->- c i • yp-tb thisjjge' we had seen no.geyi.i thel7tntHeroya»armyIefttheirfQTtl%l:| wi/eMraplfi .«»seflf a d e l e a v e frrom . ._• L-^- -1^-,-^ ..-^-1 "rguy l^gju^ i n ^ formed-i» line on ihosSeadow- r „ . . , - came Ej»M»t northof Fjsh Cfreek, «* Hs junction I . - - - - -:---:-* - - : , - - : - ,^_ ,-3---^¾. -; to S.ulphBr ^ u h t a i n , fc.! bare, naked^-j with the Hu'd^n. ..Here' they left their J inft- c-^> actually occurring a» refirfed. e « or hoTsffings,- -Biir>tbe-TSttt';^« , « m p , a d f inli -tho.»«»4oV F know -m London, . i v n g W i d . W for eight miles up from the" faHs, we c e jxwt rt f js ree , s j cti J"1'086 ^ l i ty . - I can vouch—t£e .follpw- to S.ulpWr Mountain, fc.: bare, naked^- with the: Hudson. -Here' tlieyleft their i ft-W* actually «ccurrin^ aurefirfed. rtj)ut»ire WH, wstof large*xtent,-at the; cannon and ismall arms. With a lone- •&."»/•«*.»» *» mQ«iU»e tft,yqur<nea. base-of whwh were hotSubbJLibg a i i n w ing^eye- the A r t i l l e r y i n i t n - l o s k e d - f w - t h e - ^ # e J t e * » -¾ h e " d dett»:Uvu-JDen with'all the.poflffu'ttep with. sulBhur, " - ' • ' •• * *-« .* 1. J » . - and six mlleit frtuntiiere T»p^ot south, close^. to tlw .Xtfllowto^re, we reached- .and*«imped-laL;'Mud Springs, . Tbe^ alio.are . hist,. mo#i Eaf • them inuddy. t^hari^^iSS^^^^^^^o^^^msirT^i^y,. lake , alsoaliv'ewtfe realspeekled^ftoUtF- J i a S u i ^ J """ ' BeloWitKe fells thg^-tront-are~splen.did'' -—' '•"'" , -eat'ina^ut above, ^ preajspn pr thehot, r ^«tgS3te~di iree^^~^gpgoTOy ^5C \ - _ - . , . . . . . . T _ .__„ . - . . .^ . . ' ^geneftljy obno«lo^E^y^^Pg'^^n^gaf> 1*11 was^teate^its^tfemenfcjaS from the bad by the color - T T - J L . / . - i ' . " v ' j Z n - . J l - - . - : goofl f ) SpotsELh ave, iux hesitaiiori' in' ofEBv ,e. pro-. ^ncin^tiaf-VellpwstoflejTwm 61^*65^: -Hom^^'-tfe ^otirce.,-tbsvfla^4t»at- :the e y ^ ..aiidrimder-ofleflf. tb^m was1!! " dart bLfth-marf of aibUxidjabgt'ttppear'- .^auce, ta/l.t TnnkedifnT"yM. tlie worldiyr might'.whin.uit some more, ani^,weEset down '04- tli& sldMralk W' cr^ed-till- mother, corned hon», anEtheji' ^cutup .stittfr^a'tfieL top .V, the/ house whore our home was,- AD lather.washTthere, ait'- ^he (jnilt-rT/hati^ we deeped-on-, was^ ih ' : mother^cjJodimn'-said^aJite.-... tooked i t . to give ~to the bad inan'fcp more whisky, an'then she said,'where was Hatty, ajal;Isaid.shewiui loosedj an' "then-sh.e- cried some mote, an^teol^d' I Tommy an' me"a-BLwalked-all'rouDd.to I fina/her, but we"wjuldh't. rAn*" fheiq EpiotlieTtold; the p'ieecetnaflfr abqu^ it; anLtn'jfy.Bald, they-would-glt her/.^'Btit • • di ' "" *'"' '•£.: thouch mndo by the heartlcss1jr<w of-a I ittfot dark;- Sn' .they, j^urdn'i Snd."her| 1 -,_;^ruacTi TaThcr.^cri l«wl^ycTO /> «nd. much pntched,/but nptdirty,'and " E:" 'Uiete.was-feiH* atte,rtipfr«t-«eatneBs.'.8he E.EJhad-no stockings, but,iui'tfue foot had.a ^E l sdy ' i gnitcr-thiit, was. iilmbst a,lH,,- andt ~ ^.jiuxihe ot]'cr- a boy^s.shwrsoniewhat too] v' large, fehe%dro-a" »iifi-boni»t that had' • seen'bettor dnys, (uid-'lwdra--lBa'nsifn<sJfc tie pirmceLat her-throatr E ~L1 J h e bhilil ate ravenously at? ftr.it, and for"~4°mTnuto I thought sfie- certainly Voifld chgk6i' Poor; tlrtnjr,.8110^183^61-] -often had such a fcust, and as J watched • heraluwat vbinciouidy devoiiirtiie beef- ;^ot»ldes ,Br1dget..tat before1 hot ifben it rv.V> olji.itwQflcoldr-pof. coal was all used, ah',we didn't bavi - . :=^^¾^^ my breast, and prayed heaven jt.iievcT.cwho to. stfch dreadful The^ohild wn« quiet:o.f |Mreep-^. intcl.Hjjentjjitnd noi-aV.aUb^db. aflU-after, Blto-had spmcwKtip; I Jae^.hunge^I-drewrietbyiilgr^t: Ilk *bout her :|ami}yritnd'thr r I gleaned fibm-hcr: I Yon see, MissnsVonrfa^CMUBfnfbyf ". loarved us, .nn! -mother she's *ick [iim't go ontari'^vash nomore, an'- so an't have notbin' to cat only what I "I • has four lfUlo brothers ari' m's- {^IMittf.r 'u. tnfty-nn^nnTift^f ^«m in an' the goodvman bnye^ulrsome'Tuore co^l.' Then-when wo.coined .home Hattfc wja* cold like ico -w,hc.n,; J put my hand 'on 'heV ((«», aii? herjeyes was 'shut Hke| sh^Vas-go^t. to sleep, an' *ttie -VaSjvbTte.-' like tbesnow, an'when I said lo.mother, whfrt:mnde"her ir'y.shb said Hattio was eoneirqr«i!Te»Vi9d> too? an' the kind I f €et a c r j B«' incruitatioMs •.handsomejo" ^ f - ^ i ^ ^ ^ - . ^ E l ^ ^ ^ f f l g i B i i E ^ ^ wlffiiFffie^ Heaven ls^arf=?*ould heieCgMinngrff o r c o l d i h y 'more, 'an'.'wheii I.saidshe 1 would get loosed some more bv hcwelf,. "Ae ''sind' God woiijd keep her' in-his leffmlglv-ttl;Rmt=¾ettt^^, loosed Tommy,- an'/he-has fits, an' mothejr 1 afraid to have-him go,--for.aBfe,day honse, coje he liked little '• girls, ;an')<aid r*hy eouian't I gathfre" too;-an' Showid a t inm' falled-Th a.-eenaran' is collar-bone, an^a man he.car- hTm home, and hiother cried an! •he would die-, nh' Tommy heji'M 1' coz jt_hu'rt:iio', an' then a^ocioT „ „ jd; aii' "hurfed him worseiri^Siin' ft, ( fi^> ^ , e hen Tommy cried more,'ah' SOF did,]" ^KJIJ^;; : f us. rOne day a nice lady cjjmed -bgd in a purt'y little box, an' then-'fliev" taked her away, anl we alt of tt|kcriedE She d9B't come back no more, tp play with' lis, onlyr.somctimfes- when I sleeps, - 1 ' -*-- .is-oh, ap/^nftyESriESas -every- j TojrfmyLari1 fche'brin'god.s basket- n o r "nice fittlcs,fl'n'..she>.got some bedieine for Tommys 1tfs, -in^^bayed lie wme new shoes, foritwas'awfnlcold then, ah' F hearly frotse'd my feets when ~I west to git things to eat. She-was awful good -to us,' an' .'cbmed.lotso' times, an1 -:-^ 1111¼ hronght snmnthin', 'but 'nnaAim* sleeped in SGsaus'liotchkii»J*s-'room, an* rtiother iTeht by.herself to find Hattie. Nex' o^y.'thd p'leec^mari'sbringed her -home/an', we was. awfdt gladv butsheVv'ar• hurted onEtbe,he;ad, ^Kere.somft„Bad 'boyjiwnnea- ifter he>,-aTi- hitted'lier wjih; a-ttone. "Hxhcq we' slee'ped on the' Ho6r,; eoz father tookWthe quilt, jkn'.Att was sb cohl we cr i^ -an ' it mated Us all, tireuVaiE .ved Hattio such a badcougb^sn* her' ' " " "- " '-•• -'-*— Pj shotwas the: eho 8 E cheeks f#Sa , rod,-.j»n*, she" said s . eggvor auythiriKEebsef"clcar -a* crystarTwlth lbas]n» of- every, conceivable shapes Trom. thejuzft nLa. ^liiU-iio .actual ilkcs one' hundredy^rdft-iicross. jfh.walkingamong' anUEdroundEthese, one f«6ls r watin 'a mpmerit fieEm&yEhreat through and bo lost "in a species' of-fieIL Six milcsi higher up'the W£Bt.M«di< [•son is'tho ~Upper. .Geyser BaslinE the Kpouting eejijut;'the real bbjecfandjum; tSTSut^sit..•. ^describeihese.in djtalt #Btt1d, .auYp&a- my ability or- • the -com-' pasji.of a Totter. They have been. do»' scribed hyjjfeutenant'.. D'uane, Haydeh7 Strong,-Lord-©«hrah and many others. The maps .oi-SfajorLudlow, of tha ep- 4^e«rsr4»eafe-the several-1 geysers :»ccu»L oitely. Aye-ieach*d tho-Upper Geyser Basin-at.twelve o'dpek hne-day,',and the next, duphg that time"we.saw tbe "0I1L " Faithful" .perform' at-.la'tewalfti varying from si*ty--twotninutes to.eighfy •mrhutes. - Jho^ihtcj'valB vary, but the "performance only - varies .with the wind '' ._ .' -TheTcqa^ . . . decaying* limp, but immediatoly^ahbht the hole, which" is irregular -about six. then.'wiih^-tenrs ih'.his^ves. helned me I -i-^rr-^-ii-t.^ t i . a ^ U J •-fc.-.ti!i Siometimcs we stood/near'enough to feel the hot' spray,:at.others we sat' at"^nr ------ -•• - j---.i,-r - - -• J .^ i , . ' # Mmp.ahontrtt^hundr^yards^wayErjLva.ta alirfit; ,JHg' thcnlaLme'tb."the | some4ay_Jf 1 ^ goodGod wo-uld take J^.(uruptiwJHffipSilar,^reoeaed_by tent of General- Gates, with whdnjr 1 Hwff. labout'five minutes of,- spluttering, ancTrfourid Generals iurgoyne and 1'hilli fh'Ai\ ICTTTTITI ftfiBA n fvttirmn-rtf h n t y&utrrr » • * * . - WITJIT w v u m niiM> (* IAIIUUTU u i nun irabCi f thing- nice,. anr.:MyB what a.-nice pl*§e. there, an'*hcn I tries ta ^a it is up with her I jSra'y 'again. steaming and smoking, to the height of one htfiwred'and twehty^fiVcor one hun- dred, and thirty feet, the steam going a hundred or more feet higherr according ^-the^tate »f the wind. Ifc.waailifficult tersay Where the- water ended'and steam 1, aM.tbis must be the reason v^ hy wakes . up aii*"' she's- gp3e Horrbrs of aTarklsh Execution. t*drI»»opl8.Corro<pow3«nc«_ London Tim^4 ^As we walked about the town yestercfay. ! ~-f we could notavqldcomi jnauuat ngupon fishing streaaMJh *atth;*. '-."•' •- . ": ' -La, desire-to: be formally- inWtfduc"ed-to From the-Mud-Spriugsth'etraiHsdufr "Gales,'Wilkinson arranged an iiitervlew weafrr and-crbjjses Tbe^ajountain range a •f^mOm^nU'caftcr the capitulation, ^riiich /separates the Yellowstone ftotfr- JJi-jtutklpatlbu 01 liila- meeting,'- Bur- theJladLson, both tributaifies tffthe;Mis-" ^oyne had bestowed th/greatcst/iare -so'ufi,'descends thte .tributary tij the upon his whole toije'tE He had attired .weit fork of the Madison,-ana here in1-*-*—" — *-^' -—-•• J-—- " — -' --"-•-• the lower, geyser-basin,. It would re- jgujrgii vdllime! to describe these- geysers •jikaetaiL. iLhnisfrsufttceiraw forme to: s a y ^ ^ M h o Lower Geyser Bioin .pre1 last time upon his faithfuljpinj parting- M} "hygWK4 withlt as from bla bride, and*lh'i&fax.' • 'Mr. ,B—^- 'hisbrj , t^iijMh&d ^ /ftr^-met^me at the hotel, and ev«K--W-Wi'. tears : t r i ^ i n f - d o ^ l i k t - M ^ ; m ? , , ( i I ^ - t J X ^ t e c V v v £?*^} brbpsed eheeksrthe: Bearded grenadier ^Jft (eyidenfly tobisstorise)rH?j«)d, stacked bis lhuskenfeififinnii ft no tiw're'.- ^EWeltrThave te«d my safeTobbed twice, „ Othera, in-theirrage t knocked jp'ff'the" "P d e r tu,eE followmg C i « i 4 a s i g B ^ . 4»ot- Some were muddy -tfateiiand.oth- butts'of their arms, and tile dr¾BIiIftrs¾ four, week ago, on a ^ ondav evemng; ers thick nnuh puffing. Jip just likaa stamped their drums to pieces.- "" " I went home and forgot to lock it. ^ e x t yast pot of mush. Bete w the falls the' Immediately ''alter" the1 surrender, • t h e . " ? i o r m a * - I ' ° ^ a - ' 0 * e r ' t w ; h u i l d « ! d . d o 1 ' . Yellowstone is a w p a , bold current o f British took up "theirInarchfor Boston r . • l g i r ^ ^ E « « - w ^ * a * ' y t n » f . T J l , * 1 ? " Lw9tor, :.so^Bll-of real speckled trput, .>hence"'they- expected to embark, and office. -Three weeks lateral agam forgot _.... — , ,, f weighing fro^six offuoeB'ti'four aad'V bivoifadrea (he -firsi s i^ni,at their-bid to tocfe the safe, and next taormngl \ one pHcl'- .-Saw ovfitforty-horsptfooa. h ^ f . r ^ n d i , t l ^ ^ m t i i e ^ a n , ^ ^ - " ' " " * "—" aseitkrjIt ij-noMtnck at aW&aUch whereTraser was. buried. As tiieyd*. thattme-of oge hunefodapdeiglOy doV tb'em." -They; will ,Wte at^t^-artrBcrai- ixroched Irom-tBemeactowy.imiBr'dgr Jim^NojrrJltnow no one to^uspect, and. ,=, fiy,;. or better, ..at aJJsseJiaraashopper^ posited their arms, they paaied. betw^n h o ^ ate. wrto get to the boTtoS.pf i t 2 e Tommy |:ffhiea^bound-hf re: ba^aSovelhe fafc Jfee^eotinentals,,yhoyele^dmwn up ia ".,.'I:a8k.ed. if h^usMcte^aiy efTiiii-em-, i u i ^ J o w f e j g ^ t w « h - l p i | ^ „ „ , - -.-,-:-,. .---.,--^...--.,^-,^^^,^..^..^..^^5^ thnggff.mMrymtifrrl to d l s t i ^ i s K ^ H | i r ^ ^ i i < i ^ nnAiitje^mtmt. .to jioticet^llw^'-^tiiTrtr.dolIarapeFWCT; this .civil3tenattjne'nt~toiri ^aptuSS —1—*-.. -^.....-..talil ^ . , ^ ^ - , , . - *:l..-i,;ji- s- -^: E..V * H « Took K o l W E :- i . •' ' - • !.6»tr(.jt-lfM«Pr«<»4 "'•''---' •:•' ' , TL-'apncars.' that .a young man named j'JubuVshine arrivetLiB Dctroiltwcdays agepn one ot thftup-rLxer.boJtt*-rIt also.; appears that to.mn>.5#ur»e o&tiuui'.he. was found Jlrunk in an'alleyjtod taken Jo the station house, and from^Uicnce , . - „ • — . ,-. , , - « . - . . • • sent to-thelfou^of &rrectiwfortWrty-L-.>fiW.YpBE4/eraW: Twe«d says t^m^eam S73gfj^3W ^¾^^¾^^¾^¾¾^1 bp^ri-a-trn)it^«erva''nt WitkEute'for-Sve years'; in. fact, each time-the matter-'is referred-tfrfiff-ieellas bad,if "notworse TUftfllj^fjWUUL ' ' ^untt^hisrc^RieKh'ttd Ihrw. clerks days. He ' leftE behind.. him a memo- raDdunjbook;";it would iseem from the entries that Mr. t ibimji xEjuwig mail «•!.*. , l M | . i i a - , w b m i i i ]*iwmm\£H'i£\attMt\ 'tiftA who desireVtO" keepiiimBelf ^posted, and. ihatheisaLio acIoae.olMien'er of thlncs, and-arwarm Snend of his mother.'- The 'first entry was made as aeon as-he itf- ttvedi Ttreads:- •:>—:'•.' • "r . "Beats anything! ever- saw! -Saw four lwiOuiutJfea- iust now in one yardi Saw more'narhundred barrels of -flow U got off the.boat! Saw alaio potioemen 'the" flret"lhi«¾|ag-"*, .was here." - " " WlM we 1 . . WUl.Uut|h^n..) ifi'Tiyi T iwi t } )iit>» . < '. / ntotharlua4sccBadt«^ . Kor.wsrfc btMnUi tlw e m • ioc wUofa Wf »ee*-»*«k«;" Tlwm hoM m ?Mt, twetlDmtb,. 3L ToHkn MKI(HV« U! bratk j 1.V** we i*0^14 *"*" "^-'—" T. Wel«i o»dowB lo limefy Ourtmrytyttvickmi : WhellSrf l«-w»»»(Mxl v«t-,. - Orirsse na mow, H^tawt. EY.EKY 1»AY^TK!EEtt». aft-hottest iMB'irthe nobles^ God, but that there iia'i. »S*h--*1Jts% • flC;ff. • ' • ' • • •' '~-'j_ -• ; ; * / - ' ; • '. PATXfcBsoH.J,»««J. Indians axe said taE„-E^ have-scalping kniTtas-'-made af tbrtito' ~ " "' bhelh ' As in the old fable, the totfBfer tgcts away .with' the "hair; - / , \- v • - E PuiLABEr-rifjA Ecrqldi- The era 'ot-Otf'. q^ajid the Iamb has come ia BalguJbt - iCiTurks and Russian*-laaves the correspondents do thel", Kwtt; -<7hjirtiMiity fattf. es^jjjofanitf-but charity kindly cotton fn its ears when a mas w t * had hi* toes" stepped on begin*" t* ,i4f ter an: iriterva^<if half an hbttrlMrf^ejt. ^ ^ ^ ^ S » - ^ S ^ ^ S S ^ ^ ^ 0 ^ £ ¥ f » ^ -suitEthrownl^" nfes /and:tis£t£<jurth^ ^aljiiithe.rT \%^$R£!£W%&^<^ eighteen teiecrirph 'wire.B.cjh one - ^ - * wjshma wajh«re.'E.s. enemy, unsullied with Oie fexuhingair t;u.nfler*Jm, DUtiie wastnvariaoif.thejyt- bf victors.'^ •"•—''•" —c • • '--"--=: TO leave -the oace.-'-I had^v^wij.iuspi^ ^ J o a ^ a ^ e e a w a ^ k ^ ' e j t ^ j W scnta a.scries of-hot.springs or basins: of water cionjing iip-ftomhelow hot Enough to iicald your handEtxfil- a ham, ej xMl.-ttfd looked well,'-having sundr5r coats hMg-therc in.- - T^stayed- th* rMwj(fc tl a vajuJDSnTHnr*h6 el tfr'sfch ta. hdt on. tiie • ' fe to- ther gentleman's! wardjn'it»i»nppnnpi)y, nnri artvntn-p^ uiV, til.tfiey we1!^ onlyafewsteps.apftrt, whpft they-halted.' The English General >otpk off h is'. hat,' nn<i m akine a -poiitcoow,- "saWh. ,fTl;,e_.f6rtuso -of ,war, G^icrni; Qato, has ;i T&e-AmeYiwL Ltitflrne(L1iirgi. alifays be ready'fd'iesjtif^^^hat it hasjibt. bt*n tbrbligh Shy- fault of y.bur^ccl- lefigr?' ""Xs.»t»on ni the\ jntlrodgction.^ was'ovcr, the other;captive Generals-re* tmiredtothfi^tejrt of'-Gnte&y-.wherethty were reewved-with the'ntmbsi courtesy,- ,,---- ,-,. - = - . - , - 1 - .-.,-- and Wth the ce<^eruti(m^u*-to-hr«frf*f 1 «i?.-cashier, .as usual,. to-reo;ujest the * u t unfbrtUTHit* mem.-- :- E - . - ' - i ; ^'char-woman thatmgh tjo. cornea nd. wash After-Kiedesel hatEbeen presented to Gates, besentTorJHS wife-aird children^ _ - . . l i l s ' td this circtihutancei-thitvwe ow». remained therevtillfauf o'ctoek»n,mi ofcf-tbe norirat&.o'f a lovely traitiu General and yip, " a cqriet or hilV-i*ofaoftLmeEeven'-sho'wiRg coinpaasixuj onCtheiV];----—->-• --—• . - - . - ^ , _ - -. ,, J . ^ . ^ ^ ^ ^ - l f ^ ^ - W ^ ^ ^ J ^ ^ . - M ^ . J J ^ ^ ^ ^ , ^ ^ - ^ gjryscr- is at rest/. So regularly" arc its' periods of. activity ;thatswe< could fore; tell ite movements within a few minutesE ^* . - - ferent -results. 33ie whole performance' Ift!>ts about five minutes, vbtin the colu.maof water gradually sinksjnd the sp.ririe assumes.its.normal, state of resjt. This, is But one of some- twenty of the active, geysew of .this "basin... For .the time we remained we" were lucky, for we taw the Bee Hive. Troy<»JiLtiniuilojL. Thel'o'wn and-Grotto were repeatedly' in,agrtftionT"tfiOBgh"ihc.ir.!'Jc"f4 .dfd i « t Tfee more than twenty feet. W6 did not «ee~the .Giant -or the Grand in erup- ftS>u,-but -they^<«Bied-husy=enoUgh-ift bubblrofe and boiling.'- One. is fairly bc- wi!dereaEby_-the jVariety," extent and activity-of-ftwe-Tx)!ting and bubbling, columns -of hot water. They, do^aot: yym ta mg to be vnlthtiin, hutraHTef the himself in full" cotirt-4icssv and. wore costly' regimentals andEa richly decorated .hat with": streami ng -flumes,. Ghte'iv t>n the- cbntraryEwas :cTre>Ked jnerely^iB a. plain, Mue.ore,fciiat,E»diich-.h»d" "Upoiiit •went to a second-Kan dEf nro 1 ture stoftStejir, gaged a.nico wardrolje, and he weiiETo ;uiHT3Usfftck8, while Xs'trollgd around to sighfs of. Cr~.-iind-J.be " '" "irtietions . .... ward- robe and have"" it puf in , the fixing '6f which heEsbnUiEfwlnifgaxe wn.y'toTh'ffcaJjb- -ier's better taste-af toTrhe re It *h u lild be fjijft ••pliiutdi' av'.that'^evfflhji - » . - . . ' "4*ed. dtf "" fc -S=oh«yier?»;,cJtR»actcrr---'.' IhE-the h yawage 4¾ bajon-thrpuih_t^Aa^xp-M-»jnpr-. --^ ess wfl tes,-"I. obterved, .with great sati»>. faction^ thatwtgro-eaet at us scoxnlul glaijices; on the contrary, they all greeted his qftke-uext morning. ' .This wgirSrranged beeaifii6^n4.he "two"' hprevioua occnttlons when; mone-y-hatf been stolc|ij ICbappeafid^m themor^ilngii jhc jorttce. hud been Washed,.ajTTnejTaman came at.fiveW^k^x-r^-'^—^E'* ,, " v" :E:This-TfUtetly arrahgedTl. aifd" M^K wdirt to.i'ishouse, toot-'reppieranu spent 'a Pleasant, eveiiing"till, nefcrly njhe oJcTofclf, i»hen. :UtMw-cove> "of Jdarkgess her. little childrea in Itfeb a situation. I fOiifpMif fpnred to come into th'ri enemy's camp,^S3Eihe J^iiiijaj was stten- tirely new toTne, •"• - - the- tentM,: When TEapproached I .... .- , a noble-lookihjg man came" toward me, took the clifidren-trtrt-ot4he wagon, cmbraicii. and" k:issed_liu|m,'a"nd who WBTB upnn' an Wtrpmniy f rimrl re upon am-n mfe.; -Tho key .was'thororthe inonev wasf there"! yes, and I.was there—'''Jack in a Iwx " if you will—and-Twi^rtd say rffiMt" here, the cramped-gains I suffered that night;irisilcb close; cpj^rte^ i» is-e«ly (imyhoneipcanattcst/ "" -. .'-; .-^ -. - : - WeH,-the ldhg hourtfjrpre ,on» brie after ."another. ~ T -heard nothing—riot cvon,>a. moaseHstiri Tlie-gray moruifeg dawned,. as I could faintljr~o*setvo_tinows to you to dine -with- alLthei* ge"ntiemenj I come-nbwrrwith vour .chirdrdnjnto my tent, whe'rgl will give: ^ uEitjsTs'ue," a frugal meal, but one that wilfhe accom- t observers have represented dif-4-papted by the best ot^tishes.^-^Ypu are . , « . m - L.v. ^.-* certainly,.'answered -I, 5a husband and a.father, siifce" you ahow--me so much -j kindrieinE TthenTeftrhed-thatiig-waa: tlje American General Schuyler/ .The English.'arid. German Generals tiihed wjth the American cohimander in his.tent oh boards laid" across barrels. Jhg.dlhner, which was-aerVedEiiB-liLfoTiT . dtsResi'cbnjistedonlyof drdinary viandsi' WS rFftgrStoericans'at this period being ac-_ customed to plafn * and-frugal meals. . ,. The dfiplr oh'this occasion was.-cider ; -UH^ahA^uia:flti3rtid wlgr wafer," fiiTTgoyne appeared in"ercellent humor, -He talked a great deal, and spoke^cry flatteringly ofTthe Americans, remarking,,among other-things, that hVadfl^edJhaaumT' ier^_dr£4sr-aud-dUcipUfle_a£_UieijL_ann^ We.wanded.our-Vaytfromthc; hotel in Ihe- direction. ofHjis fesicltfliwii wliuiVl -a«kc3E;if she' h^rEbis-offiee .kejr.iri liii •pocketj -to which :he repliedye%- and" I -thereupon suggesteo^^'go at once, in-l ibo dark/and isuFwyil-andjhe adjaeieuti preniiB^s'. We did Bo..V;LscIected a. cor-J ner i»r. his officeE andv next muriiing," we- . - . - - , - . - : . - ^ - / ii..:..- _ . . =.. . . . . seconds-day rwent to- t r entie t "residence, ^Diert.-1: marked' sorno' yoins l.andhiils which I garo hinttb mix wit^itnlitofb^ftfiBr-iast-as riaturtHjf as if«'i iurn'x)iit for'EnUthtagl Wi?h niawiU here." E ".'? - E E .,*" •'- _ --'i3oi» -tHhe l i ujii^g- -ih#E E*X*oT°g~^&~ i&Qte- • '..- '"''•>.'.:- :'"--.'.'-' ;" :":. \. "'Begin to.leel SB if i-had-a{waj^ lived' Jti6r«r— Mau'-ai*e4-mc;.wba^ time '-twites a^uahtity irio»=E.whenEheEniade-his -mbncyugnhaLftverii ng, ari^ [E to place i d iii the safe a^usual7.but-to. forget'the-key j !n the door, iajid pttiJculSrly hb^'waa.to ' fhad \i\ii here ten years! Got tvjtoof aTellerta.kc as m ueh bu ttori*he wanted fto. '• • JrtiJ5irad-a-drnvk ! \ Greenhfirri-froW Lto-couh^ry was treating riie.to biter' 'j^'mawaM'T iprer' irig through a,baek.wl'ndow|*I got ifltoil tho?clofhai.prgag? inJFnll view of the! Hisjast entry waB-:perbap> made by starlight, alter 'getting, into the alley. ,¾½. IfajiU" *yasE)liste»dy,Ea'nd sjornd' "bf ther«brds ran clear across the.page.- It readsi= .-E„: \'-- /'•*.; - - E ^ ^ J ! : " -' '." •-. "S^.-mort'ria^huab'red greerihoHis from the cpvutryiL.lKt ,down;' here, to cool olf,sirklc'ct itiy thoughts! "Draiiltf lots'o' l«er., hutlt !s hard'ooftheheei'sdiTF LQri__me! •Slicems be g«M phiee hefe^4 guess l'li^stliay 'all.^hize! Wbzzor—: woazer—wh%ra~w-fc—wisirsca ^waa^-hie --hyreE" -.'-- ^ -^JUtk-Z - footTrigiwk&-'1jim.---l*tesently_t}ieEiriaii ... . . _ who tad receive* me so klridlv, c a m e w -thi<0ugbrtbe-keyholerand-a*-nvc o'clock -aadsaidtome, 'ItmaybeembarrawfiB a ray .entered the .outer door. "The " ' ' womaa cariie in;-I sat ahttbst breathless peering through a ^attgrmltrtrhtjle Tnade-fn the corner of orio oFthejganelsEJ . |ihe BUng .«eftiy-fe) herself," worked histiljvana finished- the larger-, or out- '•Me'-onlce, arid befswifiO'mmeBellig-.wlth MrE-B.'s' "pirivaCe. office-she went foEa fresl\. psil^of hot waterj-for-whieh^sliai b.id^nwrly'fialf-a-^lpjciE-^istanctr'to go.- " Directly her back was turned.Lbgard-. hWty jtept-on tip^toerand-through- the gimfet'hoET saw a forin in front of .the iiafe. I henrd-thc ohinklftof the moiioy^ reads? \- - - ' - . - - ^ i". - -. : f «-,.".-.-•.•/:_• ^ir'" - - , ^ . - *s^ • _ , , _ , . (T'te euugted molcViEsixty-stores al? ready"! -Sever saw such a pftce for stores.' in>afr n>y .lijr'. IWtprifFT^KPrn oyer,i two hundred women!. "Just went by 's?\ ski* whejeisyerthirt v" parrrof lireeefies, werehdngiflg!oati=Wridj-ma;Wa»here.", f" 'fieirie hour* naust liave, elapscdjsefore he.w^oteag^ittj a s 4 e began: .. '1 I've: seen -uidfo'i^ i-daiiliqn th in fes Believe J've Been over sixiiundred pco .^ Wllfe,~aTRf .selI_weBrrf'tfiis Hif; libJ4.R/Sentinel: Sciencei.)i!ay»'tlu»t„Iir. -4-took.riiillioin.s-of-years, to yfiwlve man: •Wl T'w-J.wal.lipd A'nyff-ra- . _ EPtt!t?Q tqfi""6) tbe-'.eu il QT Hh e eitjr.. . _ ; . - , _ , - ., ... _ . Boys-aiid- girls--walk along the (jame_asjjrom theolagv;"troservfttion""tnjows thai aBybody.ilse'j'ahd f heard a bby.^fesihg. a! ninn wlio BCIIS peanuts!" UUOBS I've . heard as-many'ajaeve.ri bellsai different j tiures, and I capje pretty near Becitig "thTdaTne'deVtbest-m^ls 1 FverTTdoltift ""SB**1"^ i ^ f r i t t e " M J ^ ^ £ - ' - - - • • « 1 I ypu.ng.nien7>fhrt eiit •• bologna,suuii^iS twTceJ>(lay arid expect to';n!»*fJ*cir-J essefc-r"-."-.'."< : 'EU-E "..,'"• ' : ' '•' . . '";.,.•;-.*.'-^BAM's^EvSa*;^---:---E. '•""•"" Though Aii&"»nd~KTtt weroihilt yoiiog tojrM, Xl^y niauAfi«llhe-iWwler.rlghKwelt; c '--^ . XP jtm:iKt-DieDt« iwercowje, iLen-vu so* Tsla. • ' Vr1*r»<le; - T- '• • - • \ -? - ••--»•- Kn," Juulipin!,' thi »ion to Irtl- •. Tliplr. vrrilSlDjCvaisui^ tAfl-qttirc- could be,-' * <••-Tlfejr c«*cd liu pn)Tbl«h» nrwiJ»«;-^ . .AsU Eo-wcd hi a^ur-tten-lirag-th*^««ft4lft« . '-.Ww(u.tclr_th»netghtof (!«>d l « l * .•.-'."" ' ' I^Vouia lt.miLJ« reli£j(«Q»f .nni!miiu»«)*«iu If-anmificlIT RWefti coutd rcvlrc7 - . 'Tiroiild )K«i»h-in lire tx>cl«l» ot hnHiwdi*j*i, "" \tt & ' _ ' - their owriare subordinate and onw^ich they -are founded. To descend to-th4 tbaf^when ajvojnan heficIE<hr*_-'pretty dress and Lhon«, or.-any_finery, putftftforthe first time, although" th^_adjnJraUqnofhcrfe^, male friends'may give a,degree ofEpleas- uret it is- as - nothing - eomparetl" to the light, that comes; yito the ey6:of4jria whose smallest cc-inpliment is of more" at of ' ' whole sex aad is iwrt'b'f thenafureof their ^IneiTTrroknted in the'lieart-hy-j' the"DiVirie Artificer to produce the most delicious fruits tbatrgTow-Hi the garden - of human life. Women by themselves reouire little to be cnnifortable; "they can Vive without ostcBtationr-bu>tlo or. iorm; neUher in Beauty of. raiment nor in delicacy of food .can^gyThicy-rntppiness, ao-long as .they have it to themselVea alene, 1'hey re-, quire. to please ' them|elves. A t n o t o f old mnidsmay, tobe-siire, behitterly merry ovet their tea and gossip, and out- wardiy despise.^ll men with profound -V.4U1^-flt Att£BjmSF\J'iiy. IJIW-—=^1 .ti^QKjttttai iKiiSf.ngrirtat-1; boarding* et v*f ha^- ifer we^fcHad^trony^poi^t^her w«k^ pXitmmy- EAjuri.-. Aa-t, Engli«liBiia. drbwned hiraseif-the other i lavbeewie therfe^ a Svas-.--not warm^enougti.to sdit It*&tobeii6p ' w '" ' '" * " Wittf;hljiti. w yiM&.Cujatnfrfioi i An oxchang*,- says '.I3h is year's peach crop,is-.ojie-,"oi -the jriost profitable in the <ji8St decade," butwejdoiihL.it. iDeeSde'sfruit docsn'^ .iVtakesTe^j-thani-JV-iuiuute-to transfer t^ K.<;laiia into the man; • . . . . - <• ': XhmnuKwl ^dztrtbstt •*,J$?«iw.sH*a»- --.-\ and Egg are Ve«>ec.tiveEljrjioi»iiHae<l f«f ,;. Governor.and. Lieistciiant-GovCTJior of .''•. Iowa..'. AVe iflovcjfrat those nominations^~~' bfe prompt^ laid onThe table. ^_ " ~ ' E v THSstove-pipe"cajQ:ni?vc'rbe nj»i>« of ""'-'..1, •vedch-r-Rielaruind Enquirer? .Can't fh ?. . J Yptt .undertake "to'put_one-'tvp,; hod,!?* - " — hbwsoon it rnu become-a pipe' of-. =• , »cvertfl'p|«cci.EAre?H*fo<"» jJiratif..;' •' - -/. &XDMii{i?I3azar :£onie oTtheJbctwtif ftri.poet,ry that appeara.in oui- popular;'' • ; Womtn's Love of Apprbnatlorti .^ • •-Woman wasEiot 'made to live alone any mote tiiaB-^rtan".~'jVlTttiejtictions'of'| -r—r— woman^whCtherof u«eTiaih"du8tFy-or=o^=4h*-hardest. column to foot- u|> he had -And ywinK nfyn WMIM "be e»gcx to wire. JSocorilf^ullli., n6l)fefritted,<.»k»j - ' J«o care about jewel or glove;-* " - -TJiere-VtouttrbcnirrtwirHanand ro-irHlil to»r - TiwreJrouM^odf-Jbo.j^ d*,] ^ Dd-lure,- . . .' • JJoKtON..--- .Commercial.- IinlktifU- •&.' ' So«th'era-"beolr-kecpcr, visitiBg the.north-. on his vacation, walked "to Eine top ;QI Banker Hillmoriunicrit. - He said it 1 secn-sinco he left/ bome^ or.na5en(E a.r6:»ttbject .10.¾¾.approval alut-Be'astire' 01 the'sterner sex--to whTCh^'LosTDOif Fuji: Yabhting Tip—A cor- respondent writing^o-Tt-yachtirig pew»: paper,'asks whatTs "the best thing to do -¾ EproffiunbEeecrist to-, your- value tlian that f a', thousand women: .and this fceling^modified By.the circtfm- iston^of-indivtdualsj-runi^KrtighEthi? j lfdhs' ^ ¢ ^ 0 1 ¾ ^ ¾ ^ -That-bo^,saved The Makes of W^l Street, E iCnTlcigh'aKcw York Letter to ttb Ito«ton'J"utlrDa),J -So treacherous are-. the-,sea<j of' Wall Street'that evenEVanderbfli .nwre^than once came witbinaii ace o£ guihg under; NVbcn drew^fled t^o Jersey he had.wiih" hirn anironbox in which were five mil- ZT^f tbe.Com'mddote; ""'TliiB-'husiriess.is a rcgulirt' lottery,• Men Who issue puts' and calls can save ^emselyes. They always hold the stock *rd-_,-m can gcll HgnlnBt tkeir oljligaiteur.'*' pQnlv oriejir two rten hkve- a rcpntis bw' wKijh'rt is safe to bay a straddle.' *Men oftea Epiit their- sa)e» on the mafKLTb " create business. Bhtr;even this kind «rf iusi-Pe?* ia risky,to ou tsiders. - - - °'A gentlemen went.toTfcurope^ He left' his'familgiau inconie of $8,000 a y a r . It wasin'Sew York Cenjtrak The stoct" run down~tp" per ient,: The- faujiiy be- . came frightened and sold but. Acting ..e ia-med an' -said good-bye to us, an eaid=«he was goin' to movc.to Sheecawgy, an!iouidn't comenb moreitosee us, an' then mother cried, an' go did all of us. Then jhe giyed mother some moneyjm' gwne away..-T-ommy.cried 'bont'Cerhjts -oE times but. she didn't come to see us no.rijo're.E- '• • •" -E'-Sfy mother says when I was a little tiny girl, we lived in a. biglionse; with •«'--* -n*«-i ' . . - . . . . ^ . - 1 ,H .11 I i . » i l pft "if "EfobmsEan1 purty things,. S T an' beus to sleep dri,>n' carpet the 'floor ;with. flowers in it. an' d-^>4)kyiDffith'griuw,ah'-chicken», ?, an I had a real doll with eyes, u ' a .dress- on, but I donH^rememher •fontIt, an1 soireetimctELa-orider Where' (hit dottgade"to, aiiVif ihelrttlegiri , jwhat's got .it now wori^t never givc.it "•{Tback to me'no jnore^ "One night' I dreamid I hatl my doll/an' it could talk THHEcreep' like little I)ickyvand say,, -* l)a,'-da.!- an?-wh~en I.w^ted up it was ,gone, an' then I criedtill Tsleeped some - more, but i t didn't come hack no iriore. • When we lived in the big house~THo"tfipr didn't have to go to' folksthoi{ses.an!, wash as ' leave us locked up in thir room,- -cause-father worked in a -store -theft, ah'' fetchedhome money fit mother, an'Tometinies he^bringed-nfiean' Tommy candy'an' prarigea, mother said, ari' tcjoked us lots. 0' times to the park an'. o*s. time to the circus. I was too little' thfc an' I. wish'I could sec the circus —-— j -—"a •-— ^ ^ — • — . . . . - — , ^ . . . ^ w . — j , - j . . . . . ftve istrcet executions and. witnessing the whole, disgusting proceedings, not-3hat itbey were to' me-any-aoreltyj-fer^uring the two or three days I was in Adrjanople- it seemed as LfJI could never get out jojt.' 'the sjgh'f(rf men-dangh'ngln t ie atr. As soon as a likely-Jcokinffshop iateachod, say^ne with sun'blinds supported, with .bracfcefsEthe officer cflSi'H¾ltl'. , and a soldier, carrying a stool and a rope, steps Hter on one sid»ahdarmngts the latt over the bracket. The, man steps on to the. stool, the noose is placed around his neck,'and he is drawn off his'feet. Ihere iB-BO-dropThut in everyoasel am told, - the-pobr wretch dies just as those, we saW f-did—thai is to say instant/ineously, arid apparently with little sain, being, in fact choked, instead of having his-heck broken. I have dwelt upon thlsy.-aot to. satisfy tiie' feorbid craving,for detailsiri <ueh-maUersj. but to call the attention of some scientific man Wth'p_ subject; for. If your .patent^dTolw attd" hcw-fanghjdE M T ' I . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . , • ! , • . •_• n ™ ^ . ! n . % »•• . H I . 11 ••• • > • / , jand, above .all, the decorum' and regu- -laritytlrat were observed. ..ilYourJund nt -n-ij-in J* JMi - H M -r"m" fie arid jhen the ..itfSjIr, •:Sbpi"of the saf closcoEwlien I bounded but, arid in the fwiriklHigEof an eye, had 'Mr. ."mi both wrisfiE "•'• ' _ . ; . . : :— :v-g> .- it waa the^trusty • «uihHr..jwuhr the mgneyJajiHiiFlKreietofjust about to rc- fEtraeehisstepSj. ;•'-.,..- • -> - E "For God's sake!": he. ;.exclaimed, '/I'm ruined." . ., . ' » ' • • -" "Jfot yetE I'said, "but put. those r— . 1 - . . 1 * 1 1 ' . ' hands together for the tiraceicw, or you aye gone tip", "sure.". , - . .^ E JHe almost fainted,' yet obeyed-^sat in 4 chair; panting'as I stow! by. him. ;.--E '•You'may; judge the:poor womaS's'-tur* prise, on her return, at tho noveLsight. The perspiration rolled, down the cash on other ad.viee, :thcy bought OS? j^ stlbcfc back at an advance ortwoTifcr cent,; losTthcir dividend, but now find -tbe^toekTitthc-rdd-prrc--; : --- Tt almost takes a man's breath away result of. the chemical action under- neath, which produces.heat and gaseaEE[ whtth :give forest, and -activity to these ^geysers.. -Ex tern ally—they • -areTiot^ii .beautffuT-M the formation^ lime under water-^exi ipEihe specimens gathered 'by .Ithe .^curibug and carried off amount .to nothing. -The real things is the quantity, variety, and form of action of thesegeysers.. of irio ," he said to'. Gates, "5s inex- ;liftu»Ub^"4nw::tha;BydHi'*.hcad, when ,- cut off, seven more spring up-in its exquisite in forrn, butcriimblingfTiead.'-' He also proposed a toast to hh-ad=m'i3"ilakiri'g when dry.; The Genera] -Washington—an attention that ITCJlciiu iriM^iMiHiiVi—mi m.bcu.i.ivJi. vn»n i ~-.',- *L—,r--—--vr- - - - . - - -^ . -^ , - —, - - , - Y"> i" Gates «turnedby. drinking theEfie«fth4-«r^ face in J o o d t whiloI.adm.it I felt K" buriuapiStal criminals are punishetl in OJ-- cess of what the law demands.--,To. beE hanged by the neck till one Is dead-is a diiferent' thing from haylng-itho. neck parti ally-broken and the' circulation of the blood, and -perhaps the nervous sys- tem generally, stimulated into Intense activity. E ,• ..;.. -^,-^ hich, for Oie credit of the King of Eiiglandr' The "coriversifj tion -aavhSth sides was unrestrained, affabl(!^T«dJreer- Indeed,.'the conduct -of-Oatcs throuehotityafterthc terms of the surrender had been adjusted,, was marked with equal delicacy and ptag- nanimlty, asBurgoynehE -:mw^- - W J of humari nature, haa comparatively few-.38.* l e t ^ T w the J--TT1 of j^raltels iproutoriminifl'-records. It was ^ ^ . . 1 * eapttvc^Ojjjji fi^Vai tBcy makes little In. an* I uever'tloB'tha'vouj muuc;, .ii^Idtdil wouifgive it to mother to y a white, dress for Dicky.' Dicky is ucme an' -purty', if he hod a, white dreia. R E Mother says father_didn't drink riaste- fcTTidiiaky then, an' he; never gitted drunk " • ' a n ' heated, us like, he 'used. before he . ronned away • an'. leaved us. Mother p«yw*G was a gooiHann then an'.wored '«loo' clptbes, anLJiad/white ahirw, tin' _jE- Ijis-faee watOrTall'r?d, an'-hfe-tooked tyf ** -ESon his lap, an' sometimes he kieeed ,us. I 'E.dtfn't.sco how that could bo, b u i l can't remember; 'bout when I .war little. «other. says one time .^ i Vadj^nan.got ther to_writft somcthiri' on ft piepe of ---- pfctSerEafi' then another bad man coined EEW1 'made us mv'wKy from our purty" , nbuse, air* didn-t let tiHake our chairs • - ^ b e d s . - - I'spectthat'bad man tooked * VliKWitB— from New Yuik to the "" one" j ^ ¾ ¾ ¾ ^ -«ay that'more wtou& dry-good* a'creha-rts are buy! goods at '¥tMg, greajt. jobbing houseB fHfi fall .£ha"H ^rifc-aver. th^'cuse hefore.. Wome n bogghttof onffTtrrn tcnthousarid dollars, worth, of goods in one day. •" Their purchases were n'ot largo, but very discreet and discriminating. T i e y knew exactlyrwhat they watr^E*n8 paid cash or its equivalent."-•' ,' , - . King Lear-on a humble scale, A . , wretched" sorijiclaiming to he' onrof the •**«*-*» yeomanry o( Canada, was prosecuted -for —••* •* aliment by his aged and unh'appy father, ttlB!nf whom, with his equally infirm, but not quite.»0 aged'-raother, this unnatural Titd was accyscd of feeding Uterallyon bread/J nnd-Wflter, with' hut a scant, allnwanre even of the* prime neccssitic,*.. The old mentioned o^fj laidrixceeded T ' ' on a Hkl wftenthe "Brrtisil but Of their cafi t h e y were 1 of the AA' General! itted that larly he or ,hnt cd ;cre an », ile rfibh.ainpion then, if cyerT- did. ' I sent her for Mr. B.,"andchaiged her totell.no one else, and 1 guess that poor woman-sekreb touched the ground th^ whole distance, judgirig from the short time.it took him to arrive^ .. . Then,' the sight that engucdr-as Mr. B. put his foot in the office and. saw-his confidential in the shackles of the law. E"My heavensr.-is it pbBslblet" ejacu* lated • the,poor old' gentleman, a*;-the tears rbllert from his'eyes, yodf" "-.-'.-v..'- ' - • _ - . - . - - . , - . . ^ ^ E ' - O h , ' air!" he ^ c l a i m e d , " I am ruined; but believe me, I did no do it disdairrv buttnereisjioineth.ing'rery-u* natufal in that-en]bymcrit,"nor does any- body, suppose that the respectable splristerlsEhcart hounds with such-sweet human detTghUit-the-complimeDtpfhcr female friends on "her neat room, her pet spaniel, and strong* te'a, as the heart of the good wife when her husband tells her how,-nicely. -ihcTUa*- cooked his supper and'how* awecfand pretty sheTooks In- thatriew dr««r It' matters not whether herjiusband bo the-maater of, ajnilKon,1 tfra salaried clerk; whether his "day"* be spcriL-^ia—^e' sports of the fipld, .the^ drudgery of .a profession or the labor of a .rami,,the pleaBuicof a wife and the object.of all her work is to have a-table comfortably sprc'nd on Els return, and to see that ho enjoys the delicacies or the Ia.;it4iieceKsarieH"wh-!eh she has provided for hrft; whether the provisions be merely plainTaro. and a; snow-whjte tablecloth, or the rich SQUP, the superb joint and to tjee the trade doqe on: the street, i»-ir day: Last Saturday-one- opermtor'toaito eight checks for one million each. 1 h«E whole amount of the dAJrV transaction, footed up thirteen millions." - 'E ; The bulls aud bears have no enmpas^ .sion ^for their unfortunfte- Jowoeiate*. They knock a man down' a* a batcher knocks down a buflocfeE When a man falters, he is sold. His seat, worth. $6,000, gocs.j|t ouco unde.r the hammer.. pre«7. MlffS JOAjdfA POWEW,- Poughkeepsic - girl of twtntv,*j--»* Daniel Barron for five thoasand doftan dam«(ees-for broach of promise. On tiM witness stand- Barroa.made the surpris- IC~;:--.•---•-.-— .. - , . - 1 - - - -- , -^ . —- • - , - - , - , ing statement: that ho bad-fever re- the-two-pi*vionstimM^My8:.mrrcy.^lthe...eMU^vte.^ tomsrry plaintiff, exhibited the - " » • - - • • • • • • • ' their diiftfentpqt-itions look not to, think ' -~t^"- . : . , i .Mih»Tint«, «*,A.tt*m*L. me .-lioui8VlLhE Gprnmcrciql: AEI/)uisviUe preaoherftasui^lJching with vivid im- 'agery the scene fh ihe Garden of -Eden, "and wTHs eartrert progress ijftma to this sentence: "Arid they recognized the fact of their nakc'dnesK, nnd went nml made themselvesap.rons of %-feaves—misera- ble shift!? The wngrcgyiijih laughed »lbu-Jjttthe'iwintent3oriir#5«!-' ^ - 1 - fcSuple had surrendered their all to this 1 son, n'odoubt with.the idea^hat he would 'b^happy tSjihinlster to their necessities during we- shor t-time they eould siirvf ve, and that under his care they would want Tor nothing which his mean's coald;shp- ply. They made a grievous 'mistAke. The. poor old man o'fjjoiif-acore found in his lowliness wha<%Lear found inl-his grandeur—that it- is aTWlish thing for any one to .put off his shoes beforehe is ready to go to.bed,, and that the father whoharidVover. all his nro^erty to his son in urrrcasonjng-confidence that all will be rights often finds ample time fo discover his mislafefe-and'to njo jibyjkHy,'. THERE are ^ said to he twenty-two Vpcclca of oiUc in- tlu; 1 Stute. Of. NortL ''•"""na. ~' ".- ': * '.- " • •" «.. •jj-ji •;* „ -' -V7S Caroli , army-j shouJi oti tins $ A5 * , seafl concerted crals stepp ing his swbf ence of'.thai Gate i t - t t e -* courteous 'u«;| turned it to E -' mx narch pre- en- &w- RM- """a. re- Ican Lean I told the gentleman lie had all tluj money in his. pockets, and a short time faundEns wwflcjng-up the streeT~~";'Xr: "V"B^%e«ld cha>'i^fra:XwomapliSe) cbuldi not hbldi thfl*Wtrct, and-hatf^fun to tell hUv.wife. - . . , . ; _.'• —The- pQ&r_wbmim'-Jnet us, almost frantic, and by their united aupplica-fj tiowr.MrfB. Was^intfuced to take the' prisoher to his house. There the matter was Talke* over, andrErestitution offered to cpver the whole pilferirigs rathcrthan submit to ruination and disgrace.' He ultimately got. his, deserte/'aud-1 myTibnest rewai/1; • JjfioRn ALJLVOR • of Ixmdon rceeiving Oleopafra'h-a'feedte: '"Pooh, d'yeTFilnk 4^m goingto let that thinggo hup? Kill the scratches with pyttyand gi^ -o it a doiK-.of rc4-paint" and wHi^^i^Beilinj^ ye know.',' .E ^ _ - .—E^v :~"^E.-'-:—- s? otri ysatB-.p.rqTHuingi ^nlyvw^ TO! as it. wilh-go towards pleasing*the tert:"*nd- master ofvthcir homes and hearts. •' '" •_'__•_ ,, v . . K t S YORK Cmimireial: An exqEuiv. ite, leading a dog by a string, lounged up-to the ticket office window of a fail^ wav Btition .|ast week,, and ihqmred: "Must -I—aw—take a v'tiekct f or . i t puppy?" He 'wa* naturally both Bur- priaea nnd fttnioyed. when the tioket Heller answered, in a slightly bcwildorcd tone, after a moment's ieflection: "No, you caff travel as an oniinary passcn- &*•"• • - • "~ E • - A'.'Ki-wsfAS' captain By the name of ScriHK,ntcIiL(*ic.-*vhrTolskimK;lteli*iy,who waa .wooltdeifr in the assaait on I>ivat* 1 tlie .oth'flr day, had to he.tilran jjff t h c i ' wedding ring to the Judge, and after cajrt- Bfim^wnale"glSSiee*f (trtt" tiff',' said he was ready to msr^yMr. there and then.nr-a,t any tune'steBright elect, Kntwithstanding y^s announce- ment the jury gnveaveriiirtin h^tiavor. of six hundred and fifty dollar*. Two Cincinnati ladies h?ve wen hon- orable. distiJWkinn by works on art, this year—.>ii*«M<T.awghlin amirMLwi Keller. the Tatter a teacher in the Cincinnati Schooluf*.Deslgn. Mim Keller's bookjsj: said to be an excellent manuaLfbYdraw- irig .tcachera WHITRHA.!.!; Time*; The man tried to utopa ear with hi" foot feU upon his.knmi and prayed- " K<»w I lame me," «tc. JMd-la trfryllaMai 00 thrwratMtabem. OBT at oat haadttd rfkelf &* Set 6T aixtyE \ ^ TZ E^-*5 ' ^ V . " ..*fc-«»
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