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tention. ,ipol:.1 be addressed (poi.: pCtid) .to
Wirnre 111.•;1. -NMI thy
From :t ~ kit fro;:t
And ttarrn %%11;.re •
For :ige!-. 4;11', h
All b 'Ate ni;:y er
Than 11:-1 ri_.
(if en c
I rc.gn ge-nt:c breezes
Inv o. ,ream! of ire
And -no..‘• 1,: , -11 fri.7, n n-:ture
There is f , - naw:ll' can ;•,.t. v.liere I,
11"nh loot of ice, and ii i1;1 -nut\ - .1eT.1
Tien why tve tiv re:t!m4.
Wil . ch to 1.• I): a p to come
Tu 11;11711VV ' e , 1:::(` l'ere.ve need thee not. and
For th•. th _
31as . o.lr ••rn l licery. and our forest;
In rirh. nor:tried fo!imze, which. erne! tvrate,
robbed :htun of: for we are weary
Of th% of I:14:d ar.d darkne , s, and
Thy' -an'e— h . ch ha% euo beam v. Go
To :h% i, e•Te !',;:::,,Tdoan for we want awe
Nor !;% - t! thee. and know why
• i; for , Tich tholi
An4ll to .lac : by ;hind= are, nor ti,nrunir
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'Aith. , 3l utc .:rr not known. an.! t el my
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of c , ;ir,f .r. - 11‘.1 need . ,‘ ;
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ou - a bI??:?STEIt•S I'D'ECEASE.
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A,• ;1 1 ! 11:1\-1- .;i)r Fait.
kai , l I! yard
a I.ov. ' l e d v-
zr.lv :DI ar.4l
Vt•,. arc all \Ve Lave
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durCt think you'll liar. ha. 1, ati
the Llack. ti:,. v Ili
hstler l , r,,e,•:ded. to it;'.;; 1.,• IN:
and twit:the,. a - ,, .a11. : r• -
aianr.l, wie.se I deedia ,, • - :I. ..;:a `•
~ n t--: :,;1,..: . i t•:11 .i!. , ;:t. II:e yn:d, aid
hcarr,l ti:a.l.- :I; ~,, ~,, that she had
I,c-r dilati;, 4 no-tril. tia:iiing eye, zod,
been tunaorctidiv treated.
She .1-,,a i INd - :he o-tler's run o, ! timid bound. were very pretty to see,
Itandli mz %Nit:, spirit, : -1 - 11 1 •- I -:e did not : or ‘,-Guld have been. in any but a min- .
l g,k v ic,,, ; ,. inc,.:, was iio• fiery . ist.•l's hone. The In'un - deacon was
gl ea m of I L,. e\ •,.. I,„ t elri l ie er „,. trai ..,.. , :mily t!ied' abOui • it. ': He had • been
F.,pleading uxitre„:„ m , as if cxpo , tl 7 l _ ' one of ?tlr. Hale-'s w;-)rmest friend's
F.:Mtg with the c,,ar.e ,•, e ,, t „ i • e ., w - h t : but how could' he cOuntenance•such
g•o,ing her a 1 .1 .;11,•.• and a hiek. to -make doings S'Illle":1' Old Dr. Pow, under
leer show (dr, b rouLrht her up with a w
, imse preaching - he, was converted,,
Jerk ,f the halter, that' allut-,st broke urove a horse who never forgot the:
her slemkr m•ck. ' ,iimiil v of ler statient, so - far as to
w 2 . v ,,
„la finer tl - r i ter 1,„.... had h: , r , exeeed a faSt walk. on any ea:casion,
returned," said the ,- 2 .1 0 ,,mau. ~,,the - ,,, end he could not-help.feeling smith:
gentle as a lamb unless she gets her ! lived at such an innovation on the old
temper up, then she's a regu i ar d ev il , i customs. . ,
and 1,0- all she's so =mall, • 1 -I"'s strong : So touch was his mind exerch:sed
and fierce as a lion '.:hen site's roused.: upon the subject, he felt it to be his
I ;tie,: fill "liinith 'II have her, - and ;- dut y to e7;postulate with his pastor.
he'll hreak her temper or her neck." Mr. Hale heard him - with: a ciniet
Cluing up to her Mr. Hale spoke i smile and endeavored to soften his
kindly, patted her neck which was t 11111112" US to Pour: Psyche,
.by telling .
!till quiveri with -.Fain frost the i hi
mr m of her docility and gentleness,
pres-ar e of the halter. passed his hand '-but to no purpose.- • He left - him, not
. ca re „i n
yu- r+ bur nose, and flung in anger' but with a lengthened visage,
bark the heavy mm. that was tete_cled 1 and a sorrowful shake of the head.
l''nd knotted ahout her eve.% T 1 '
:e ; The rfood.deacuu lived just below
pour r creature see me d to know at ;Inc parsonage in an old-,red farm
once ) that he Ns-a, of a di` Brent nature hoti , e, whose projecting roof' where
from her (dd t4;rinentors, and with a tl: .wallows colonized, wide stone
etle vlintiv. laid her head con- 1
floored porch, and a large yard shaded
•,,. on his shoulder, while her lby Lombardy poplars, gave it a veu-
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large hazle eyes filled with something enable, patriarchal aspect.ea m -
e. 'Vi ith all possible speed, he --
The yard, with
-it carpet of ewer- was at the water's side, where. he -
very like tears. • •
She was not ouch a horse : as he aid turf was the play :ground of the We are s, rrry to see the South again
found Mary l'.ing as one dead, and
'wtinted,—ber spirkt seemed broken, deacon's grandson; a' ittle black eyed in peril... It is 'marvellous what' slight
caught sight of Willy., as the ru , hino•
except when engaged, and she
.had fellow, whose ?hther having gone to waters bore him over the smooth 3111--. causes disturb its peace and fill it Witt!
been! abused and neglected 'till she the limd of gold, had.placed his wife face of the rock!, into the lake benetith. alarm. -. Its vigilant guardians are eon-
WaS anything but a beauty, -still her and.year old boy in his father's house stantly .detecting" signs of conspit•acv.
It i:.3 impossible to give any idea or the
head was well termed- and her eyes for safety and protection. The child or footprints of the incendiary. W
terrific cries with ;Ilia Dennis filled e
ahuost human in their expression. If
. was 'the idol of his grandparents -and the air, as he ratelike one frantic aloria• all recollect what a narrow escape the
could coat euld be made smooth she the pet of the. vihage. Mr.the shore. . n.° gallant State of Mississippi bad from
might pos.ibly "pass without .exciting I _Hale often Walked down to, the gate I Men at Work in the fieldS listered a Smellee, the terrible Yankee' school
remark. Mr: Hale "liked to drive a to caress him, and sometimes• lifted moment, ) and feeling that - somethinrr master, who ?ergot, in his letters to
( i. ~,id leekini:e animal as - well as any him ever, and set him upon Psyche's Unusual muse be the cause, dropped' home folk, to "speak in courteous tenn is one. and lie he: itated for seine time, back, who seemed to know that with hoe aril spade, and liatened in the of the peculiar institution. But there
such a precious burden, she must be • direction from whence they came. • is a later ...horror" than this. We
but ho could not• resist tier pleading
look, to be taken item . her brutal very gentle, and paced sh(wly about, ! Hi)usewives with uncovered head.. learn from the semi-weekly Crude, of,
owners. • now and then looking back, as if to and bared arms, darted from . ever 4; "N 4 ew-Orleans, thrnt the fears of our
" I thi!:k I Will take her. - he said see that he Wa-, .I-C . curely seated. ' . house, and children of all ;ores swelled eouthern friends are just now excited
~t . h a ,.. 5 .e,, •• n will ~,,a f,,, Ler rid , : A feW rod. , ai),)ve the par:amaze ir. the! flyingecrowd. • .. by the . fact that the African Methodist
afterahon, - -and paying the price rif , i , y, brawling liro6k midtes its war - 1 - 1
Deacon Saunders, 'Who NVas • setting Episcopal Conference bas a church or
asked. which was not large, he lett • over a hug,: boulder of granite, and vi-heat iii his rrrainerv, recogniZe.d- two under its care in New-Orleans,
thtyard, :011owed by the imploriug fern), a put,d at its base, that covers Dennis's voice, and with an undefined and that there is some talk of estab
gaze of the•po ,r be i 4, NV h , cDr fillet llea.llY r!.n acre ,of ground. In the li:est:min - le:it that it was somethinrri lislring one in 'Mobile. The African
real nny 1 cc, ~.r j::, a hi- hi ,d ne ...., an d sUllitner it dWindles into
. an insiguifi- which he had a deep interest, ran•a u s i Methodist Episcopal Church was or
humanity. 1,,, aid mit compcollend e•' • •tream and a small pool of muddy
fast as his old limbs would allow; in gatized a great many: year; ago, is
that he eel :to be her inture niaster.. Water:- but in the-spring, when swoi- the direction all Were takincr • Methodist in creed, forms, and govern-
It was mil" aii:ii Wilic: (LI k that it'il by . the Melting snows, it runs with But had Willy's szifety ! - depended • meth, but people of color compose its
Mr. H. 1;)• di-paiehed hi.- it i:_li boy I;,r a swill - . current, avid in some places
- upon humzin aid, he woull never have ' '
h, „„,,. p „„.1,,,„, „„ a ii , l : ~.„,,i , l
. the lake is quite deep. A patch is sm il e d u p on le • 1 1 -, ( re 1 ~ - • . '‘For four or five years," says the
is on gran eat le.• again.
wool:-- Se„ was a ll owe d to remain . laid out around it, and is - flight of yile Pvsche. who had been turned out Creole "a branch of it has been in
side of tly in the- :table. steps, up to the side of the rock, leads to rill in ti)e soul and refresh her'self operation here, numberings half dozen !
D miler. this • time. Dennis worked to a shady walk above, much. fie- by a nibble frem tly• read-ide, was preacherseand several hundred mem
asshill).MAy under Mr. Hale'. direc- quented py the villagers on summer „;,,,-1. ~: • - - bens. It has been quietly
.. n, Lei). fir: to near cries. ietly yet indus
thin, in cleating the knots from her eve'l"g l- !•• ' ; She AVL3 ,, :tech-tomcod •to all kind:: of ! triously rqierating, and now has two
luxiniant Mane, and brushing its full One bright l‘laY morning, not long ! ; 4
11444'e.' 4 . r..111111.3 1144 V,.. and 11,111111 V ' e k.. ior three posts in the city; the • main
veives to shinin , gloss. Het rough after the deacon hag} urged Mr. Hale ' pected that he wa.: callin , her r(: par- ! one being a :large brick chapel, built
coat yielded readily to bleb keeping! to sell Psyche, Mary :Sanders sat hi- take of ~,,,,e „welt.. when she heard
'by themselves, in the second district,
ard care, givino, in its jetty blackness, diting a letter to her absent husband, bi ; ne i ee: n i pickily -, up lier eares:he ' near the corner of ikiaville a:id Clair
a.,d silky -softness, -sine proof of good and she told him of the pleasant home • cantered toward): - the lake, whirl, she I T I'olle street. - They -make returns,
blood: he had provided nir her in ins absence, ic a c h e d just as Will y rose fi,r the first ' and ate under the jurisdiction of the
It was es id . ent. thtit lie had always and de'ealited 11 P'" l IV-filly's goodness.' time. . Indiana (1)1. 011ie) Conference, and
been vit . :, d flu ough fear, but she was-- and beiluty ; she forebore to - tell him " With a low whinny - of recorrnitirei, receive preachers (free negroe-) from
peculhirly su-ceptible to kindness, me i that the rogue had already upset an ' not unmixed with fear, the blTai•itiful Their-preachers living here go up
Mr. Hale thonght what time he could i n k-t ee d upon Lei' snowy wrapper. - crtator , loWered her head; and a s be for ordinatien. .11,miVeVer, the .11ecor ', 1! I',
Spare from ditty and t•tildV Well Spent , and now hung about her, distracting cr(tne to the surface terain, plumred in about eightinei uneitils!ago, coutidued i
in teaching her to love and obey him-. • her mind by his childish questions. and swam with . vimn!oua strokes'. tn- a letter from Bishop polio' himself,
t", ,1, - • • dated 101,7 wiitti:,r 'from lag-Oceans,
He called lier Psyche, and the nanie ''- • 1 .-b"- to proceed W. 1.: ~.111, an „ v ,„.d, 1,;.„,.
seeniod r Very appropriate, f or h er ,i,.,,_ roved. she tied on his little straw hat, 1
.(t was sorra:thin) , more than instinct. in which he seems to have attended to
der form and jetty blackness , turned' spot. scarf, and sent him oat into the it was an alrni•riev'' le)nd that directed ordaining ; deacons and elders on the
with a anipricious ,
gi - aee rad ee n s , ma d e yard, Whel'e the grass teas just Spring
e - • the noble Lea--i. and tita , :lit her care. spot. • The letter alludes to Mobile
her much more beautiful than her lug, and the lilac trees bursting into ,ia strikiwr Ont.' with her ire% bonad also, and speaks en( o-iragiegly 1.)1 the
master had ~,,icip:o.;:d. bloom. Cm:gni:alining herself that' h„,„in , s
;he neared Willv*, %.111(1 the c ''!"''' ' 1 the S e ath • ..
W e ' 1 "'" 1 0 ,( 1 1 ; 1 -' t e
tn ee n, h„d b een net ., i e den 4 „,,, t he wioild be safely amused l'or an : „,,,, Laird
rolided her. »s: puln , ine FOnle Sir2;:lifiC';lllt. Z•entences tram this,
' e.l (e).-1 e fret came laini - e. Ile had hour, she returned to her letter and : .her slender he:ad lieuraai'l, t h e „.,::,,, :bit it is not before us. An dx-Aider
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heasteil to e m • i ii ,iani n - a -i ne: h e ", of soon firraget tit: things else. 1 :she caurrlit the scar": that we as ' Man horr , ,wed it ((fit of our till e, and
the ••spleedid creature" his ;nester Willy \vas vnry happy foh.a . v - hile, , his eeek, in her ti_ .,,, ci.
and dre‘v his 1 has i(!)t returned it. One ot th e I 11sh
in w-»tching the robills . who lien: irom i ups, in the L'aaor(7cr, 16th inst., callint4
Wd - : ahoOt to ptilcila-e. and ill • fir.-t head ahrOve the water,
si_ne ef •• th e ne.i, I i a ] ; ,l en ite' a .. he limb to limb of the oie to ilers, and • The :CZIII \VP , a thick ccedunerreped. ~ for aid to the Ora-ap. uses this ••lan
c,*,l;;.ti i..u- 1;: der hi- breath, had sorely. sl‘a!lf NV,. NV!!„ were briagilig, mud for held him : eeurely •; so Pysche, t (lenity, •-r7e-"re: 'Will T:qt J,Ur peOple come lip
v,.N. ,i - e l m . B ut h e e „,,, b ecame •,„_ their ne•t , beneath the eave-:, but lie ,
iVitil he: preciou, burdt•n c:i,t. in . bur )to the work, and help us? Show that
tere-ted ie her, and as she o . reW in soon tired of these, and leaning agilinst mouth, sw-am steadily tewards tile this little sheet finds its way, through !
beam v under hiehands. his pleasure gate,looked wistfully Ina into the shore. I,Viliv's rroldet; hair, and ~,,i, ~,rs kind Providence, to the yar
and pride knew no bounds. • . street. .
• teouth. to tin e ereat joy and coral et .
'face. gave stiiking centrastebeside her : , - - .7.- r's- - 7 , ~ . •
Sohn he espied the latch. It \vas a '
.. of .marly. precious souls . ‘‘• e -yubz.e
11.-.• v.-;.1,1:1 Billow' her with his eves, jet .black C , . , at. glistening With water, .
has a pretty good circulation u,l this
„ m,.. Thle , drove away, and flil iv - perfect mystery to him -how it was to ) which ran in streams from both. . . ) 4
raper with delbrlit as after a owe unfastened;
his little fingers 600 n pressed with . Phis is the sum andsubstance? . t.
of th •
bank, and feremost of them s till stood ' •
la -bd carp c) Th.), With many a toss
r ' sufficient force upon
" " !the thriml»iece
I • the deacon with clasped hands, his I gneva"ce• I No charge is made against
oilier be,!utifhl head, she wculd spring
to lift it, and the gate swung gently 1 these lininhAt ChriStians—no evil laid
otli thr:iwin , the miles behind her it.l White hair streaming in the wind, and
tine --:vie. _ open. Peeping out, ?list one side and
every fierve stretehed to its utmost at their door. If they were not inn-I
then the other,•to be sure 1:0 CtiWs fensive, well-behaved. peaceable, the
He lea; red her many trick 3. She tension, as he Watched the gallant
- i New-Orleans press would soon let"us
~,,,u l, l 1 ., ,1, , , , v him, and
sveuld r: me at were near. and casting a furtive glance animal. .
the house as if he suspected knots the fact. What, flea, is, tne
his (.ill. and ease d carry mid fetid: It was he who received from her
he ‘171,1, outdoing. quite right, he vein objeetien ? • Let us hear the Crui 7 e:
Isis coat e, - 11,•:: ~ g lared oile day month his darling pet, hut la.• 111 him i
tuned out upon the Is - v sidewath• our to as ore himscif that his life i "OMr reasons re. stating these facts
whew het movender had not been
flit)! yellow- da • ridelions and the litight that 11ZIN'C necessarily c(anie under our
!ginell he!' a- te-dal, to hi:,. great deli , ht ' was not ectieet, and. then ctinsigued
king cups boohooed him on, as they l
b e ;Loud her putieutiv tlig;(ine- - at ile him to hi: mother (who had recovered /I°6°l', are:
peeped out from under the fence, ant. from hut-swoon) and a hundred hel l :ire:. ' "1. Wi) would not hindc•-r any that
striree of the oat bine He Wa.- neVet
he soon filled his hat with
. their gay
weer, of recounting her exploits to band-, that Were reirdily extet.chid for do good; but such. an organization
blossoms, as be wandered on tots arils
Iris 11!%•.:-I.C1'. N'..111 4 , for his part. found . the relief of the hairs eufrerer. ". ) must, in this ctannoulity, exert more
the pond and the brook. which, still ' With streioniinr eves the good! dell l Of a s ocial than religious influence.. I.
the ex'erci (• and excitement of ( T r i v ia,'
swollen by the spring . rains, attracted "2. The - efrect upon other churches,
hte.• lad v .1 in ecru are - reel:tile and bent-- con turned to 'Pvsche; who stood with i
Lim by its noise, as jt. fell *over the legitimate to the country, is evil. It
Ilciej. alter the 'co - ierineht of the droc•pin!" head and panting sides, look- ;
- , nicks. breeds disestuent, impracticaliiiity nf
zunly, and for some time. the pleasure .
. c , .. • - •ing very tired, but still very mech.: -
at the end of an hour Mary Saun- •, , _ 1 ; 1 wholesome discipline, and restlessness
intl: experieeced t: as miall,:yed.lure; an the rerilOrati , ni of her • ,
) ' er- lead 4: ••i , l' 41 her letter, and 1 l• • 1 1
:he followed with ! for ministerial_ orders whe,re it would
it::: te .,1.1, was i new i e n f ur - p sv _ •d , ""•• "-. . • - 'placing ' owe nieno, Wilolll
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w i l., t, , rcl , av ti,, ,, hi
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milll€ ; T. , her writing. nnterdds iu a rosewood)
, her eV es till he was borne out of A z ht. ibe inexredient to confer them.
, (1)•-e. lier lind•and's last ieft.'h e tfilmeu , Tenderly. and raven: 11 •'1 deacon•'
:.• ,le. I "3. Thi s society ,b - as established it
liel-hot. put ea a th en-aria giro-eon • •
with a bri)rht smile te the ..vindow too • ((' -•
self . and is seeking extension in neigh
air . a i .,i, a no, me d e , a d i e ) e , sir me ;a ~ e . . ' . • Wipe a ti,e Si 2.ter from her shining•coat, •
• si , k7 iNT.;q . pretty - mischret
_or . cunumg , and then without speaking, which Inc boring cities and villages, under the
roan, ry \-) - iii-,- might 1 ..• inner.
n Rlit , • bad not tion4.- -ince first stet fled; Ion: public" opinion-that it is in comicction
"" Wi. ll Y *"..'l' in 'il-1 1 lt.• Th' gat'""'" labor bv Delleis•s :Nies, he led her tu ' Eal Church
~mie,aisly opee, zood catching her : . 1111 h i .! oivi ,! sta b le. ; South. "We give notice to all, (long
hereet. she darted into the :street. - ! arro the authorities: Late been notified,) Mt'. Hale had been absent all this
Willy. Willy," she celled, but no time. and k new nothing of this zicCi
! treat the 'Methodist Episcopal Church
, S i • • . ----- connected
nu war with, nor .
dent, until, on coming in sight of die.: ' mr--1 is
add red farm house, what was his sur- I is.it reaponsible. ter this exotic. The
prise to see Py)che . standing ifi the ) Methodist Church South enjoys - the
vat(], covered with one of M rs , 's ta ,,_ i coufidence of the country.. Her mis
der,' often colored 1;:..1 putT,,- ma kil„ g ! :Arms to the-slav'eS have been carefully
a very ludicrous figure with liclr.,;blalck ; cotrfideCi to safe men, and hence this:
bead atttl flowing tail in bohireliel- at ' confidence: -Their sole function hat
either (Jed. . • • . I been to. preach the Gospel to bond '
• God bless Von, Mr. Hale said' I and free; not meddling with their re:-
the 44.- .,, c0n, as Ile vcrudg his pastor's i latious, but leaving. film - where the
hand, "for not
.minding the VvOrds Of fd3ible leaves therm Over 150,000 cob:
a iladish man. Had ! you sold-P.:is-Coe, , ()red people arc - tinder yellgio us in
niy boy had NOW been a corpee." .'-l r :struction. This confidence,-, o neces
sary to the moral welfare ofthousanchn
, is periled by having this questionable
organizatiotr operating under cover of
herarame. .31ellewl;sta- they call them
selves, and as such they pass—few
pei:sons taking the trouble to inquire
l'or the Jourual
from a ;and
1,1 , tir.?-try
DEVOTEE/ TO 'TIM PRINCIPLES,OF-DEMOCItACY,,AND THE DISSEMINATION OF MORALITIt:LITERAT,URE,-AND NEWS
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COUliEßspoter, POTTER.'COUNTY, , PA:, NOVEMBER-. 23,1854..
she espied hi , tiny
track, in the sOll catth. witside the
a•-•;, and w: -hbeating ;heart the
saw the: led toward , the pond. :
• With new fear"she almost dew on,
the, little footprints still tending to
•ward.the water. The flower., he had
picked the found .scatterCd• by. Cho
margin - of the pond, and • on the .steps
his hat. etill holding a few of its gaudy
treasures. Mary's strength wassearce
.ly sufficient to make ascent, and on
reachiior the top, what
. was her horror
iO•see staudinß in the middle of
the ttream,*on a lame flat rock, USA
jtist• showed _itseli above the: stream
for more than In its width.. The.
. beneath it was deep, and ran
with a t.7:vift •cUrrent, iiito which he
was throwing the last of the flowers,
and watching with much. glee their
rapid progress towards the fall. Poor
Mary was no heroine. - With one
piercing shriek, she fell senselesS to
Willy, hearing, the cry •and seeing
his mother, instead • of — going back to
the bank, took one :.tep towards her,
and plunged beneath the swift running
stream. Mary's cry had reached the
ears of Dennis, - who was . at vork in a
field near by, and Willy's screams;
the cold water closed 'over him, 'con
vinced him from which direction it
At the time of. the great introduc
%ion " uhivers'al salvation" inyiNew.:
'Enkla pious deacon . at - a Confer
ence merting in a town about thirty
'Miles north of Boston, .addresSed his
anciience•one Slibbath nuirning . a . s
•• friends, there is a new
doctrine miing about•now-a-days.. We
are told that all.inonkind are going to
heaven but, ry dear brothers acid
sisters, we liopef;:r better things."
A NEP.R SI::A*IT SHOT.—.T.H.Lane t
a Nebrii4:a member of.the present
,Congress from Indiana, who- . has just
been defeated, undertook to revenge
himself by Caning one of hi§ constit
uents, at Lawrenceburg, and; got a
pistol ball planted in his side for his
amiable-intention... The wound . is not
THE SOUTH AGAIN IN PERIL.
These objections resolve themselves
simply into this: an independent
church of free'colored people, with its
own .bishops, elders, and deacons, itti
own property and discipline, may
nurture li?elings of self-respect ant
.habits of self-reliance 'in that clasS of
our-population. and the example may
be, Mischievous by quickening in the
slaves the latent. idea of. manhood.
Therefore, it is questionable, in fact,
dangerous, and Must be put down!
The • Cao7e,inflmms us that it con
denses the 'facts: just stated from an
editorial in the New -Orleans Chtiat ia
Adrorate of the 30th September,'. and
that. the 'grave subject has' already
been presented to the local, authorities!
The Adrocatl 4 , prestnne, i ; one of
the organs of the Methodist Episcopal
Church South, which doubtless is anx
ious to exclude the black I3i,:hop Quinn
frotn the South; and gather together
his colored flock
. intee its own •shecp
fold, under White shepherds.
• What a 'commentary i, this whole
affair upon the; manhood and religion
of the Slaveholding Caste! Would
I3ishop Quinn, "with his four or five
hundred harmless disciples, wor:hip
ping God in their own :Ample way,
throw any community into .a panic,
not conscious of maintainim , an .inqi
tution at war with human nature and
the laws of God !--,.:Vail(l/1(11 Era.
THE YEAR DYING
" awninz broad of many I.,sa
Above me bend• L. on f
Bright «•iih the deitili of die
A; in the Aun-b,r.v's
shade melts like nvt:zie him
And purple, green, and-,
Will carmine b:eM, have gorf,,mi, mule
October's Slag nnrolied.
If Spring is representative •of. the
re-urrectien of man, then these glori
ous autuninki days must be repre: mita
five of his. decay and death. lint such
decay and death we do not often wit- •
11e5.5 %MOWi men that Wilk': , taking
place all around us in nature. The
gorgeous and ever-changing 1,u.•:,
the groves and forests, we have beard
compared with the hectic ed
precede- di-soluthm lit• tl,o one
fiils; fur in nature they d t
rate the presence of disease, but tit:.;
cehtrarY rather. There is tile im,st of
health where there is the me. .t 1)f . this
There is a little glen thro..._ll which
wesometime •str , ;11 . in medi , , itiyi•
• through which wanders a brook that
ceases its balddement lore be:',,re it
i reaches the spot, and there spread.; •
itself out into a clear, still like, as ii i
pUrpli-e to drink the of:the
scene. Close by it te e
rinSlVcrt 7 P:l ) ,!1:11-
i....t's description of a tree st , :ndi.e.; by
the rivers of water; 3:Ir1
year they don . and doff their s'mum:•r
glories. Thither Lb, yft:
we wish to learn hy type ..d ti.;•ure
how te live and he to Tii,•e
two little maple's send out tb , ....1r to is
tewai d the fertilizing-. ; aid
-hut in by the Ivo: - Hls and they
are the fir-t to unibld . their verdure.
Ii tcittg completed their 'ernbleurttic
life, they are am•,ng thb fiat. t , v,„to
Aiow the - changes of the (he:Lying
\‘' went art hour agai to how it
fare'l with our two fi reeds ;
as soon as we entered the cleared. sire-,
in the mith,t of which they staid alon,-;
a scene of enehanter,l-nt br upen
us; whieh'we have laid up ara eo. 11/0
brizinest treasures of memory. The
dress of one of them had clia. , e . ed to -
a gorgeous saffron c-lor in ;
ether to a deep crimson, a
min g led hu,---; ireld and
they were flineing all around, clothing
all the objects in the glen in a yellow
and rosy light, giving their ti'kei
the surface of the lake, and shl?wing
themselves io the crystal depth
Go there, anti yoti can have all tho
hues of a sunset scene in the middle
of the day, with more of it, ::stiliness
and peace. , Even - the bird : i ti:zt flit
through the golden boughs seem to
know the Sabbath stillue;ss and Ildiuty,
and trill their songs upon a ll:‘ver key.
• And this, we, are to r - u - krtrind,
the death of nature! death without
disease, its last dolphin colors
without the hectic Bush of the agony
of decay. -And these enchanted tines -
that inVest the place are • like "the
peace the Christian dives to fir-,erner3
round his bed."- And the 'still and
pure stream out of which they draw
! health mid life the year round, ij dike
'the living waters; even Cie eternal
wind from which the Christian drinks,
that he may never thirst And
the: clear, liquid mirror into which tho
waters form theinselves, that they may
receive the sweet image of the. trees
and give them back, : is that same Di
vine Word again; as it forums it :elf
ihto - a mirror, to show us te - ourselves
and reflect back-upon-usall the charm es
of our life, and let us knew when wo
are ripening for the skids.
So 'may we live and die like those
two friends of ours-,:standing i y those
peaceful waters, both drawing - life out
Of them, and nettle same time seeing
- themselves through all changes re
flected from them, and at the tai t fill
ing the . whole glen and all the auil,ieut
air with a beauty •su sw t and - holy
that the birds hardly dare fo'bitthe
their wings in its mystic colors, or
break into it with their Wei-eh:is - o
song.— Che-ster Register. ,
WH is a tiewspapeT like a .to o.li•brii4h ?"
flevati,e everp•one dionld !mit: 'one ol• 14
own, and not be borrowing his neighbor's: