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J. H. LARRIMKR,
R. FENT WARD, Jr.,
VON Villi. ()
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A yerlie nent uro msyrtoj intUa ltofuliliran
it the following rate :
I Inaertion. 2 do.
One 1'iuiire, (14 linn,) J 50 $ 75
Tv fUiirva, (2Slintii,) 1 UU 1 40
Three quarea, (IJ liuc,) 1 50 2 (10
3 rimntti. A mo'i
One Square, :
ijr.-r uiroe woena md l ius man three munllia 25
cuits pir'M"i fur em-h inaertiuu.
" , , V. "Atoning emits are iu-
lortrd lor i a year,
A lvertine.il -nte not marked withltlie niimlier o f
iniertivuddraired. will be runtinuud till'forbid an
enurj;eii neccrJiuj; to theKe terms.
LA1MUMKH & WA IU).
THE MORNING SPAT.
DV i. H RHRS.
"I tell you, Mr. Bungs, it i no upe lulk
in?. I have determined to go to the Op
era tonight : and go I will. I have not
hud a moment' mwiitioti lor the hist "ix
nioiiths, and I can stand it so no loiter.
CS.nce )ou have not tin- generosity even to
inrite me ta iiocoia j.auy yoii .- in n h, re
mi' I 1 thii-t go o 1 1 1 v own aei'ord. I tmr!
yoii v. ul
lea. I h i
t III-- one,
'lll hill k .
w ii!. out
i-p'Hl'-e, 111 a ri
wcuiu lie iti l ie-, nt.
p ry ; lor they could hut hide their heads
in ton hlmme, at the conduct of their
I., ... : "
-.'w d iiiolher !"
' ilr. B., tiiis is sl.i.nie.iil. ou knew I
have not been rait an evening (or c ,.u
time, and when I did go it wa only ,.
trans iti t some tier es' my I tisii.i -ss v. icli n -quiied
immediate atieini..ii. And vet,
Winn now 1 propose a change from 'the
weary monotony of life, lor the brief etwee
of two nr three hours as on previous sim
ilar occasions you oppose it ; and not on
ly that, but even insult me becaui e I ven-!
turcrt to suggest it. Mr. Baii"s,
a cruel man 1" e
"Mrs. Bangs, you are a lovely woman I"
"Much too lovely for such an ungrate
ful man as you," responded the now en
raged feminine, "and I wish to goodness
1 liad always thought so. I now see what
a simpleton I was, not to accept the bril
liant oiler of I and and fortune, that the
lawyer from Chelsea, done me the honor
to make instead of such a proverty-strick-en
and inhuman creature as you". But I
am rightly served for my wont of sense."
"And ao am I," said the inveterate
Bangs. "For, if ever there was a human
being completely befooled into marriage,
hr ran his head into the nooe, w ithout
cause or forethought, and repented bitter
ly of it afterwards, I am that man. It
mid loin me ivh.Mi I t!iinl of tin mi. n
ber ofbrilliant alliances I might have made,
and to what position might have attain
ed, had I been -o tlisjiosed, and then to
consider to how low a point 1 stooped. I
think, in this ca-e, I may properly esteem
myself the complainant.""
"Certainly : (Jh, yes ! By all means
rapidly, but rather incoherently, spoke
the odier tide "particularly when it is
taken into consideration tlie facts, that
not one of those you spoke o , would have
had you for a husband. They would have
been ashamed to have acknowledged you
"Would they T llould they ?" said
Bangs, who was becoming as fearfully ex
cited as his partner -allow me to tell
you, my dear madam, that not one of them
but would have jumped at the chance.
y what you will I wish I was back in the
same position again, with a little of my
1'resent experience, I would try to act a
''VS'ould to heaven vou had the chance
to return," was the consoling rejoinder.
'I iliould weep tears of gratitude, to know
"mi tne event could take place."
.f i ...
They could not l.ossiblv exceed mine."
remarked Bangs, "for I should tool as
much releived as Christian, when the cross
fell from his shoulders on his wav to the
Colestinl City." '
"My heart would liound with a degree
f pleasure it has been a stranger to for six
long years," continued the excited ormtest
nt, "and I should begin to think that the
orld was not wholly a de-ert, after all."
"And I ah mid bo firmly convinced,"
Pursneil ihu .l.i;... ii ...i .
i . V-, . ' j.nngs, i mil a sec-
nl Eden had 1h-. ii created in this lower
here, where man wis p,jvj., ,;. . ,j ,,, ,..
, '"' Mid It-jit .-e."
'.My wedded lit- bu.- I . ,i, ,,,, (.,,:.,;,,
;-'-riie u; :oi mi l h.n.i- l ip.
"And mine ol tribulation
! "SS'uli worse -.I.mi t.iidni
''ing on my m,i.I."
11 Hi; "i'V mi s,i ".u
II i, I IV
yo.i a i o a
fl nee to V.)Ui
il.ts, a.itev rue ((.
I "HI C'.luillol is .l.llMUW'lllk.
to vt si Hutu. ,11.
'"And youra ridiculous!
Terms of Muharrlntli.il. ... '"""' mm -
I Editon & Publisher.. " " : ...
?GI -:- ------ -
"Not a day passes, l.nt ,.,UP m.,v 1r.,j,
pi an unpleasant nature ia disemeivd. It
v 10 Miy ,rt ,lli,lk (,' living with
"I have thouuht moi v.n i.
solved the immortal Hangs, "of u.-i'lvinir
Hr m v., li ,' "II"J"iS
-,---'---. iuhi iHiviMMHV lee
11 proven I-
' """ doing so, by know
It Kll(lU I-. .,,. V..MI'
'"I"'" k-iii. position !' ' lairlv si.ri.-ked
"" "IT"'"'' party. ' J.cl too assure v.ill
Mr. B.. that I nil) amply qualified to take
i niyseu ; and can do hi without trio least
j win. io. jio not I-. in 1
out'M'i ruiv nn.-.i.
Mne.s upon that Kcore, or let it hinder von
Iroin proceeding in your w retched woi'l. "
"I will apply for tt divorce, invi-el;'."
"No necessity of that," ohservod the at
cotntnodutiiig liangs, "one will be iuflicieiit
for Uth. I will do the business."
"In just such a manner as vou choose
Preleryourconijiluinls, and "bribe some
senselet-s vagrant to listen to them."
"No ; oh. no ; my dear," pursuer Bangs
in a mocking tone, "1 would not be guilty
of depriving you of the exquisite pleasure
of beinu heard. Vou shall send in your
own bill of oomph-lints. I Miall onlv be
too happy to see them on their wav.'"'
the divorce once procured we,
II my heart."
'" said Bans, growing, n
t...m ted ill the fare than l e
i.iu ,s a go .(I joke. I mil t
. ' li me, madam, how .,u
.in less. 1'ia'
nie bv th.it
' a. i;e by the ftirui'iiie .
ii rmt tier,. hie n. .. .
:l.a' '.i.-.i ii ' li:,! .,
i; i,vent i- ; . .- ; i.ein -el ; e - .!
,,e,i.;,, ic . o.iii.ori tosel Us Up 111 iioll-e-
keping? Ungrateful wretch, do you
dare to ask me how 1 came bv it ?"
"Are those chairs
yours r queried
Bangs, in a withered tone
"lsth.it table yours'.'" responded
ri. n, nun eq'.nu vein lnence.
"And that bedstead .'"
Ami ti b ds?"
' At' :. ;,t mirror ?"
"And that biiieaii "
"And that stove?"
"And that oil cloth ?"
"And to whom does that crockery be
long, may I ask ?" said Bangs, in a husky
vi.icc. i einaps you may lay
that, also." ' '
' I he iruit-uisho.- are mine, cmiiinlv."
; "1 bought them
..as in e eager response; -i bought them
with my own money."
- . . J'"," ,"OM0'? 0l I'o,'s Bangs, ! to President Pierce, secured in frames co
w.th a horrid atlenipt at a laugh. "An- vered with glass. Here is in fact, a part
other joke Why. Mrs. B., you are fruit .and parcel of what once constituted the
.in 111 unit one, iius morning
"And was it not my money " demand
ed the opponent, with a fearful expres
sion of rage manifested in her count-
nareo. "J)id not my poor father
to me, as a birthday present ?"
"otir lather? Ha! ha! ha!" fairly
hiccoughed Bangs. "I should like to see
the gen leiiian ; 1 believe he died before
you were born.
"Bangs you area brute."
"Just my opinion of you," re.pon !
i mil gentleman, with a leer.
"A pet !, el ilevd."
"I'i M term ladi ngs a; home, v . t:t
t l.ee. ii... r, ; iy.
'And s.,y nuaiyou wi.l, 1 u ,:
share o. tne iurtiiture."
"As to that," respon ? '. , i
onlv tosuy, with all dj' ' i , , ..
claim-, and in the kin.i- i .1 :
sible, tha. not the smallest pa ... ... ',-.
niiure g(,es out of the ibis l,. ,i-. ; .,,
party specified, save and e.. , jii j i , ..:..
cieni to make your coflin. "
This r apped the climax, i u.' t.nl( ,
able Mrs. 15. could endure unl!,iii.; r.ave
a reference to her tleatu, an I r eii' tu.i;,
U ih s-, us in the pic nt in lam e, u h
relerence was accompanied with the
wish that the dreadful event would ink"
place. Then, however, as now, she burst
into tears, and dropped into a chair.
Inasmuch as these interesting rceiies
were unusually repeated every day, n Hit
three hundrd and sixty-five, when boih
parties chanced to be at home, the reso
lute Bangs was well prepared how to
act. Dashing a chair to the tarlherenil of
the room, he seized his hat and hurried
?fll'e 1,ouse. at fl'8 Well sat-
IS"I1 ,llftl w"on ,ie retur'I. t noon,
tnnlU'.y would be restored. Mrs. B.,
after f"vl"? venl to ''e"" feelings in tears,
quietly arose and set things to rights ; and
; or "l0 tilne ,,l'inS' ,vns ended Tut
Tomb or IIippocr.ite?. The Erptrance
of Athens states that near the village of
Arnaouli, not far from riiarasalia, a tomb
has just been discovered which has been
ascertained to be that of Hippocrates, the
great jib chi in. an inscription clearly
e.iiiciai.i. the lac'. In the tomb a f.olll
r n i was tot, ml repioseiiting a sepeni, the
sjiiibol of tor- me.tiial alt in atitiiiify, as
w. ll as a -im.i; gold chain attached to a
ii.in pice-ot gold having the iq pcaraine
o. a band for the bead. There was also
lying with these article-, a broiue l.ti-t,
siipi a I'tl ii, l e i hut of Ilippt onites him
seil. Iht i l.i-'ls. us well us li e kt. i.u
w i, Id
r- the ins, lipiii.n, were del
i'"isi-i Pad, a. (level nor ol Thr
i! oiiot le: v. iirded them to (
i III. quick
it, to 1UI li I
wav to "sitiaie the circle" j gether. evr n if we suppop a large allow
i"liahifl dress sd tnti.in in miiv of neenticism iul illnl.l a liMnim.
an old fashioned box pew
The Fiirt Blood i hed for Liberty in the
Tin- fij -t r.I.M). I .,mI indolence nf LiU-r-ty
ami in ooin;; English npi.ic-simi
was in tho South. ThoStntenf North C...
rlma ili,- "Old North Sit,.." M, t ;n
sn-'.er of South Carolina.-. entitled I,, il,,.
honor. It w ilui llllf till hvilntin!
iiurtiitiistiattrii of the notorious Oovmor
I rvon, tl)t Enulich yovoi nnr At tlio tim
,,ii,j oi inenion KictiUi. palaces
rmn-r .i.ur,, Ainenea, at Aeuhcrn, X.
y,. him. me proccrur, ol !uj. i ,ip.)f,., ,tp
on ihe eople for the pui p.iM-, and ! i n
sist which taxation n portion of tl cin ie
helled. just as did the men of M.i,.,( ,.
setts afterwards. It took place in the
year 1771. and h narrated by Mr. Wheel
er, in ids history of North Carolina I n
the liith of May, in that vear, n '..nttiewa
lough! between the Am-iicans .md tl e
British lorees on the banks of the Alt
malice river, in what is now known as ti e
county ol that name, called the battle o
Alamance. Tim American forces were cal
led the "Regulators,'- , n their etl'oi Is in
endeavoring to bring abtmi an equitable
I .. 1 j l
uur- an. on. ft oliores-ive
iiunri. I lie ATUefllVTI fore
10 two thousand, and wvr.
three men named II i-!,, , .
Butler, whl. the Hi ili- i, .,,
militia, called om ,v Trvr.n
- am mine '
-, incl, iding
.till), Illicit I.I
upwards o eleven huudied, bu! hud the
inlvaiitage greatly in arms and discipline.
As might have lieeu expected, the Aineri
cans weie defeated after an action of two
hours, with i loss of twenty dead and sev
eral wounded, while that ".; the royal l.n.
ces. in I., lied, wounded and mi-siiig as
sixty one. Mr. Whoevrs" s
" i'h.ts en.h d t .10 l. ntle Al.iiiMnce
i.. i- iini heie ivn, tne,-,' ,,1.7.
. . " v ii'te.i stales, in
ol r.nglish rii lei.
i. Iglish JJc.Y, ! ,
.UU !, C.i I -rdili:.
; ..! vi l. act-
" . lie !...r.
I he great
d his blood
I'cW nge, cruel'y
'lidti Tew the
'I- :i live."
ion titily leui.uks
. ii I ,,,. t' ii, .
battle, once hcu.m
Bequeathed from bleeding ire to sor,
Tho.igii soiiietimes lost, is ever won."
Thus we see it was at the battle of Ala
m.uiee. and not al Bunk-r Hill, that the
first American blood was shed in therause
of liberty. "Honor to whom honor is due."
Com. to the Charleston Mercury.
The Hair of the Presidents.
In the Patent Ollice at Washington,
there are many objects of interest connec
ted with the government, ami those who
administered its affairs in tiro A irnnn l.i
While examiniiiif Moment' the nliier-i 'f
curiosity, w hen in Washington in Decern.
ber lust! there was nothinir that stineL- ,.u
.so loreiuiy Hi
'of hair taken
. ko fdrpililv tl.nu..mi.L. .,11 1 1 '
of hair taken from (he heads of different
living bodies of those illustrious imiivi.hi
ids, whose names are as familiar as house
hold.words, but who now live only in his
tory ami the reineinberance of the past.
The hair of SS'a-shington is nearly pure
white, fine and smooth in its appearance.
color, though perhaps a little coarser The
air of Joflerson is of a dilVerent cln.r.ictei
H.n i.i .ii.iiii Auams is near V ll.e same
t being a mixture of white and
(.ml r.-i 1 1 K-r
a. e. The
I . li. rl' i'i .Mail, -on iti eoai -.'
and ol ,i mixed
. ii. ie aim ii. u k. I lie na r : .M.uilor
' i, i " lie '.1.1,1. ub iiii. Hi.o.iti, and
i " .in- . iliiiixluie wliiitever. Tin
"11'. Adaiusissoiuewii.it p. ..
. in.: course, and o! a ve!
i. c -. .. I II li, III' ol I ei. ., ,i,. j,. . ,r, .
: ' . ; " : 'm:'... :..: :n ,:
...' i ., i. no !', ; i,. .;
' 1 ' V .'Miuilli. .( l ;,e , . ; i . ; ... .,
"id ici'O. I'ne h.i.r ! i,. tt .. "i -. i , ,
i.,uiie ' i i -i ; e i ,i m i . ' 1 1 , i i.i hinek
' lt-i' ! I II Tj iti j, ,i uiiN It.:.. ,,
' nil, ..in! i , own. Tl. e linn oi ,1m, ,es 1C
.'oil; is idmost a i.ure wlii'e. i i , i o
'niieial li". ior is whr.c, w i;h
.nlMiirc of bri.wn. 'i he Imi!
r illiuoi c, is, cn the oiber
w ith a slight admixtiiie .
hail of 1". Pierce is a darl
n. I. brown. I
i.illles Uue.hal'i.n is
From lVackcnwVs M-iymine.
What will the reader sav on h
that in many parts of the world even clay
is a respectable and lcspeeted food. Tra
vellers, who see strange things arc very
positive in their assertions on this head.
llumbolt.a man whose word justly carries
witn it European authority, confirms the
statement of Cumilla, that the Ottomacs
of South America, during the periods of
ine noons, subsist entirely on a fat and Te
ruginous clay of which each man eats a
pound or more. Spix ana Mart uis declare
that the Indians of the Amazon eat a kind
of loam, even when other food is abun
dant. Molina say that tho Teruvi
ans frequently eat a sweet-smelling clay j
an I Ehrenberg ha analysed the edible
clay sold in the markets of pi liua. which
he titid to be a mixture of talc and mica.
The inhabitants ol (iuinmi mingle clay
with their brmd ; mid the negroes of Ja
maica are said to cat earili w hen oilier
f, .od is defii ient.
Aoi otding to Libillardiere, the inhabi
lidits of Now Caledonia appease their hun
ger nilha wbitefriiibleeailh. said by Van
((iir bn to l ri.mposrHl of magnesia," silica.
O.vide of 111. II. Illlli Cllfllk. To r,il,e1,..lr.
tl.i- n-t we nni-t add Siain, Siberia and
ir.'iintschalk.i f.s countries of elav-oa!ers.
This is tath. r a staggering accumulation'
a-sei lions w hu ll we cannot dismiss alto-
the fact that certain kinds of earth are r(;.
WKDNKSDW Ji.-LY 2flf I Wit.
ally ntitntiniM, ' nti.l it ia dillicult to escape
-tii h a rniirliiMon,) we nre comjiletclv at a
!o tor an ndcqtmte mpl.inution of it". Lit
il hpht is thrown on it hy the ir.iump.
i"ti, pril.:ilile onniigh, ihsf the rarth
ini st ciwitain organic matter, hnrauae in a
: "! MKilieorth could cntwlv he con
tHificd Muilicient orL'ttiiift niAtlop ir ,
I tlomanrU of an adult. Nor will it cc't
rid of tha ilifTi f'lllltj in matt l... . V.
onu apiiniseii imnger without nourish
ing the system : because, in the lirt place,
Humbo Mi' testimony is that tho Otto
ma, - ,, ,,, elay at periods when other
lo-'il m-neient . and in the second place,
a.'hfll.a tie -elw.il inn nl' l,,n,.nr .......
I .ii . . . . ......
pcascn i,y ni'roiiiicin..f siiimtanc's in-
stomach, the more imperious svrt,--ii.-i.tion
of lmiiirei i not thus to l.c
AS i imi -t. therefore, be con.
.'it pre-em wit'i accepting t,,. -..t
the Science of a future ilv . im
A LITERAL RUNAWAY MATCH.
A capital story is told bv a Texas pa
per of a Runaway match that came or in
that State. It seems that a couple had re
solved to get married, notwithstanding
the opposition of the parents and relatives
nl' every degree, and secured the co-operation
of a friendly clergyman, they nil
three mounted their hoies and set out for
a friend's mansion several miles distant,
where the rites could be solemnized with
out interference. They had not gone far,
however, before t heir"llight was discover
ed, and then there was as much mount-
ing, and racing, and chasing as occurred
on the occasion ol "ioung Lochinvar's
celetiratcd elopement with the Nr thorby
maiden. 1 he lovers and their faithful
pastor sooti heard the noise oftlieir wrath-
:ul pui'-iicrs and gave their horses the
spur. But alas! their pursuers were bet
ter mounted and gained last upon them.
It was evident that they wmld soon be
captured, when it felicitous inspiration of
the maiden came to theiraid. "Cm't you
marry us us we run !" she shouted to the
clergyman. The itM took and the pastor
at once commenced the ritual. All par
ties "covered themselves with glory," and
just as the bride's father clutched her bri
dle rein, the clergyman pronounced them
husband and wife." When the old gentle
man first learned what had been done, he
was inclined to be furious ; but being a
gallant old fellow, and admiring a dashing
action, he soon concluded to forgive the
runaways, in consideration of the hand
some and novel manner in which thev
triumphed over him.
Use of Paiv. Sir Ifumiihrev Paw.
when ahoy, with the defiant constancy of
i ii i ... . r
.V"uth, which had as yet surlered nothini!.
theopinirm that initi was no evil.
He was refuted by a crab who bit his toe
when lie was bntliinif. nnl humIi him mnr
! loud enough to he heard half a mile off.
It he hud maintained instead that pain
was good, his doctrine would have been
unimpeachable. Unless the whole con
stitu.ion of the w orld were altered, our
very existence depends upon our sensibil
ity to suiiermg. An anecdote, which
XTirwT in "'"i "1,:i?r
-ii- ,,r . ... , .
-vng upon the platform
1 " ' 1 H 'esting upon
V" ,'.',.oee" V" VI 10
" "".ugi. w.o nig it. i nat which was
. nan a Hnmii u ,.vn l. 1
".""" " "r' "" "J1""". uecome
i a consuming hie before he rose up. Ilia
foot wnbiifir. ..:f above the ancle, and
. morning by the man
I the lime-kiln, he put
.' ious ot rus aisiortune.
ious o, mi aisioru.ne,'or voir; and if any name shr, ,1 :!,,
Mhet her bJ hTl th ht f n,i'V'i'.V. it wiil I
i. I.et .cr he bud been llmt of the man who I0U , , (1 h
V the cjirhnnn- neirl i -e i . r r. ' "
i y me caroonic acid
hniestone or whatev-
e cause ol his lnsonsi -
'...it... .,e irit lie ,,,1.1 and through his;
tin, and through his
. i.,: II,oi.al Wi.l ..in ,.iJ
I. SS ithout the warning voice'
oi p i.ii. j ;e wiil t series
!:.. wv...!.l )M ri. ..t
(i!.-ie 'el-. ',,. Mi.u!rrij,
I CON LIIOOMN.; 1 1 K. I Oil ng 111.111,8
word in j our eir. Wh.-n you clioose a
w i.'c. don t l e fa-oinat' d with a d u lling
creatine, fond of society, vnin, artistical.
and showy in dress. You do not want adoll
or a coquette Jfor a partner Choose ra
ther one of thr.se retiring, m nlest, sensible
girls, w ho have learnt to deny themselves,
and possess some decided character. But
. - . . . ...
above all, seek lor a good disposition
undo than the cossession of a sweet temnev
Home can never be made happy without
it. It is like the flowers that spring up in
our pathway, reviving and cheering lis. Let
a man go home at night, worried and worn
by the toils of the day, and how soothing
is a word dictated by a good disposition 1
It is sunshine falling on his heart He is
happy, and the cares of life are forgotten.
No Loss iy Keetixo thi Sabbath.
While the Dutchess of Kent was recenlly
in Edingburgh, the hotel keeper with
whom she stopped having no biscutt of a
particular kind called "Alliert biscuit" to
give to her royal highness, sent to the ha
key for some. As it was the Sabbath, the
honest baker refused to sell any, even to
..!.. j'i I : .1 .1 .
rujitiij. "n iicm ing mis inn 1'uche-swa.s
so pleased, that she ordered him osupply
her household with biscuits duri tier tif
May in tho Iliirhlnn.ls; nn.l tho (Juenn nl.
so ordered him to send forty dozen of the
same weeniy to ner at falmnral.
rr.nra-oT Discontent. An old lady was
in the habit of talking to Jerrold in a
gloomy, depressing manner, presenting to
him only tlii sad side of life. 'Hang It J'said
Jerrold, one day, after a long and sombre
interview, "she wouldn't allow there was
a brijhtaide to the moon,"
trait of character is more valuable in a rd01 V V 10!'K'' ".v-nnd-by he forgot her
Mary Malouey A Idea of r Lover.
"SS hut are you .inging for ?" said I
"0,1 don't kmw. ma'am, without
beeaUMf my heart feels linppv"
oil ii ' . .
"HT.'i " juu, .uarv liuonev:
nie tee, you don't own a foot oflaiid in
"rootot land ia it " sheVrlr., with
heat ry Irish laugh. "Oh, what a hand
lie utter joking; why
alone (he land."
I havn't a penny,
"Your mother is dead."
"God rest her soul, yes," replied Mary
Moloney, with a touch of genuine pathos,
"may the angels niakn her bed in her.veii "
"Your brother in still a hard ca-e, I sup
pose,'' "Ah, you may well sav that. It's n th
ing but drink, drink, drink, and bcatim
his poor wife, unforture creatin e."
"You have to pay your litil.- sister's
"Sure, the little creature, and she's a
good liule girl, is Hinnv, willing to do
whatever I axes her; I don't grudge the
money for that."
"You havn't any fashionable drosses, ei
ther. Mary Muloney."
"i"ushionr.ble. is'it? Oh, yes, I put a
piece of whalebone )n tny skirt, and my
calico gown look fs l.ig as the great ladies
Bui then yp says true, I haven't but two
gun us io my nacK, two Mines to my feet
iuiu one noniiet to my head, barring the
old hood that ye gao me.
"lou havn't got any lover. Marv "
"Oh, be ofl'wid ye ketch Mary Malony
-o. no, uiariK neaven, I uni t got that to
trouble me yet, nor I don't wan't it
vt jini on earth, then, have vou got to
make you happy? A drnnkeii brother, a
poor helpless sister, no mother, no father
no lover; why, where do vou get all vour
i lie Lord be praised, Miss, it growed
up in me. rnve me a bit of sunshine,
ciean nure, plenty ol work, and a sup at
the right tune, and I'm made. That makes
me laugh and sing; and if deep troubles
come, why, Cod helpin' nie, I'll trv to
keep my heart up. Sure, it would be n
sad thing if Patrick M'Crue should take it
into his head to come and axe mo. but the
Lord willing I'd try to bear up under it."
The last speech upset my gravity. The
idea ol looking upon a lover as an alllio
ticn, was so droll. But she was evidently
sincere, having before her tho example ol
nei- sisters liusuana and lior i riinken
TlIE UsKFl'I. AND THE BeMTIIIM The
tomb of Moses is unknown: but theltravel-
ei sias.es ins Illirsiat t ie well oi . ueo
I'ho gorgeous unlace of tl lewises! mid u-inl.
finest of monarch, with th coder nn.l
gold and ivory, and even the.great temple
of.Jenisalem. hallowed by tho visible glory
of the Deity himself, are gone; but Solom
on s reservoirs areas poi feet as ever. Ol
the ancient architeciire of the Holy City
not one stone is left on another; but the
pool of Bethsaida commands the pilgrims
reverence at tliejpreseut day. The columns
of Persepolis are smouldering into dust:
out us cisterns and iiruiaducs remain to
IS ..., ., mi at
i" ;.i,,s s
i iucoiiis, i iib temnie oi me sun at lad-
! L Pre , S 7
, ,on(ldw. Jt thftt UJm will share
the fate of Bubylon.and no.hinir U lef. ,
; 11)ark iu gita ex",e; mrtlln(U .,,-,,. , , . .
. ........ ... win .jiii
. brickwork. Tim Th, -;n.,ii . ,
uuw ns u uops now. Ana i! any work ol
art should rise over thedeep ocean of time
we may well believe that it will be tie, her
a palace nor a temple, but soiu.- a.pi.i.luc.t
t. . . : i j . ,.
i r,r ),; rii, .ii,. ,i ....
iinUed llis mem
' i ' i ,b
lhe true 'that outlivesall othcrV a, 1
y.S' imparting to worns some.
ii.:SAria !..,L,...Li:... '
. - - -. .... .,a ,I.L. LOM... Ill 11 fll-lll.
nary monuments of historical tradition or
Brother and Sister.TIic -Wife Zoinnq
hits the following story : "Some years ami.
a young man was living in Ne.v York city
on a high scale. His name was William
Erazer. lie had a large business, good con
nections, and was so much engaged by the
world's glitter and display that he had no
time to look after his sister, at that time a
poor teaoher in one of the hoardinc schools
, i . l . . .
eiiureiv. oouio nays ago an aged man was
.:...!.. t. . .1 - .
arrested near Baltimore and brought back
to Morristown, New Jersey, where he
broke out of the cell he ws confined in
to awaii ins sentenco lor countcrfo t nir
T. ti-oe i- c
n was iiiiam r razor. i he once poor
iaai.am l;..., TV.. . ., ..'. .
1. iii, -i nis I,, ,i, i aris, in ine ralais
tlysee IJ-urhon, on the Champs Elysee,
and is the wife ol'Lucien Murat. She may
dream every night of kings and crowns.
wiuie ner uniortunato t.rnther is awuitinc
ins ciiirii.;o iu ma ,-ui prison.
The Rochester Union states that a little
child, the years of age. left at home with
a small brother, told her brother that she
was going to see her sister Charlotte, and
unobserved loft tho house. Charlotte
a sister who had died and wa hurried two
years since tn Mt Hope Cemetrv. Sourd,
was made only in the city, her remark to
her brother not having excited any atten
tion. Thechild was found in Mt. Hope
Comet ry, which is three miles from the
child'i home. Mie had found the crave of
I... .I.,.-.. -Wi.. i. :.. i. . .. - .
.ic, oisi. aitiiiiiigii in n iiisiani part of the
grounds, and or.ly reached by winding and
intricate walks. When khe pot bi the
grave she lay down cn iu grass and slept,
After her visit was finisjjocr she was ma
king her way toward the irate, when stop.
Ping to drink, she was picked up and ta
ken to her home.
$1 25 per Atr:i:m
to .... . . J IM "ACIll:.
1 nrticle ohiained its name fir n t! c
its l"'!,n,:,,, I"'!'0"' which forms the pi -it,-, .,1
material in its composition. The l It
w hich is enl .1.. . . . ' '
j,et , ' reqnirci i;i7e
the i , ,s n""ie l'tlie connistencv of
I", . r! . l,y h,l"n in oil
., """ "'tt todrvin an oven V i ....
cc i ,!u" l',ll'i"'l time has elapsed, it is re-::o-
let Vf'' ""7 1,',t 1,1 1,10 f,I"'n air fVir fi few
ni.h i, I.. .. .i .... ....... ...
.'. coal nl I'fliiie.l l.ln.l- ...,..:
is laid over the siiriace. Before tbi-i
nislj i has ' ecome dry, j.ieees of peas 1 r
in the shape ol leaves, mso. and rl -flowers,
as the fancy of rim n.-tist r.:;,v
late, i.r iho character -f the nrr '
require, are laid on ti,,. v , '.'
-i.e. iioiiere, ami v. In.-I. ,.,,i,: ,
- neii u j., , I,,
ocond time, aiio:hr-r cc.at ,
plied on the sin :',.-,, of ; l.o
per indiscriminately, 'j .,,.
it has had sufficient timet,
off the pearl, and the sum-
e .,.... . l' 1 .. : . , ,
; i .
v : n
i ' i : , . : ,
':s ; ;
a; I of ri
l" j ! t h giv
: . i is i
le,i.,-u several tunes, until all i
surface is made quite nen.
ine pear i the appearance al 1,.
inlaid. The article, which is
unfinished state, after n thop r
has to be submitted to the hntel
"i"1" " iiomj skiii us beaut v m t
ini-nsin.. i........l.. r-.. i . .
, , 1 I" i.'iiner ins hands
pearl but lou.'hlv form.-.l .
ed into a .ull-blown flower, aurrr.tPi'.'.'i
its leaves and buds. The branch, ;
first traced out with a camel's hnir l.- ii '
dipped in size, upon which gold r'
afterwards lairL Then follows the- r;.'nt
of the flowers and lcavcs,thec'.l.-.r- -oi wl.
ire rendered almost indelible by' the ;
plication of a second coat of refilled wl .'
varnish. Persons who haiesoen pi,;,;
mache articles have no doubt been sttuc
with the natural appearance giver. (.,
loaves and flowers by the pearl. Hm l iil!
ancy of which endures an incredibh !er, -of
Van Killed bv a Woman in Defoncc
On Saturday night the City :.-
was aroused from bed to go t i 'a hoi, .
the northern extremity of Leuv.-i. worth
Here was a horrible sight, .vitinr i
in bed was a man by the name of J.;.,
ham, his face bruised im. bis sl.i,
cd with blood, and his wife, ayoiui,-, y,
' "'"'"s ""Ulan, in much distress, i. n l ;
lending to his bruises. About twe::ty ;
from the back door, in Hi.. ir.ir,l... 1,
dead body of Hugh Vilson. H', '- .'
scarcely recognizable, his forehead rrnv
ou in, and the blood and brains oorh) u
profusely, a large and bloody club by 1
side, with which the worn, in iv,'-..
Branhain. said she hud done (I.. ,i.,!.',T ,
lefence of her husband. The nl i:.. .,,
that the two told, that Wiison. iu- .w
ted, had forced the lock of the t lno" . .
jerked Branhatii )Utol'bed. and l.n.l
god him out into the garden. The
Hew to her husband's iLssivtuncn -.il
dint of well directed blows, made ol W
son the niost horrible corjisc one '.o..
ii I'll IUUA lipoil.
btittcmcut of Mrs. Mary Brtmham.- Mv c
md husband harl retired to bed v.- .
some one broke into the house and r ,
to the bed before we could pet up. il
man seized my husband and dra.' -e.: i.
out, striking at and beating him. If- c.
ion to me lor help ; said the man w.e. !
ing t ) wring oll'his head. I could not
hold of any thing except a piece ol bc oi
(he same now in court. Wit h this i i
1 1 1 to my hiishaml, and found
11 III ..low.i.
ill a strong man rrstui;
breast and striking I;
,' one hwt: i. .
:t:i very yeve.
Mows. As I jot in striltin
v.s. As 1 got in striking" distance
ii oi was attempting to wri'i..; o?' the no
f my liusband, who seemed to b; ;:,-
iclpless. I immediately struck bi n v-
(he stick, and did not cease until Lis :c
ipon my hushand s head and neck wis ?.
ixe I. I struck him with nothing but ti.
.ick. My husband had been in' bed t
a week previous, and was almost us I.e..
less a a child. I struck to save mv V.
band's life, and .believe he would h i
been killed in a few minutes had ! .
Dt'fisiinvf the Jstiea.-t;, the u
sianed Justices, agree nnaniioM-!.-, -
tho homicide committed by M .-v r:
hatn on Hugh Wilson was iustiri.ibl" : ;
she was discharged from ou-,;.) !,
(Vx) Ayus: ' ' ". '
Jails or Niaccra. A letter
i no mus ot .iagara, sav-i;
For fifteen years I have b.en an ;:r,n;
visiter here, and Niagura has n.-ver 1' ;;
impressed me with so much sobliii.:",
attribute it to a greater quantity .f .v..
it present than upon an former r.."vr.:',
TheCatariut itself does not Pivsri::
merkedchanecof fentura. but the , .:
and the "whirlpool" oie more grat. ;' V
impetuous man the "oldest inlitii.t.nr
can reccollect. It is strded. upon r ii.it
authority, that the surface of Lake ;:,
from five to six feet higher now th.-.ri !.
fere for thirty years. Much land i- i- ;
dated upon thesoutliern shore oft ! i.,'
and the farmers along shoro are ii 1
their complaints against thepubli '
at Black Rock, which they allege .1
the Niagara River so ns to cause iJi :i-,. .
A Terrible De. James M. Paii...
an Englishman, 30ycnnofage, w l i'i
ering wild fowl's eggs recently on ; . ' ,
allonnes (rocky inlets on the coast of 0,
fornia.) fell from a precipice 4O0ff., f ,
striking and bounding from cliff t ci."'"
his fearful decent, leavinir norlioi., r:
clothing and quivering fiesii on th- i :
gn'l point. His body was never tr n '
A Ladv's Portrait. "Sho had
aomo qualities to ahino in a faahi ,i
circle. She had tilentv of inmk,. '
tolerable capricious was brilHntii. ...
and frTtMy Hliterate acqni.ved we'
every Ane. and diffu.vl nn