Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, October 27, 1858, Image 1
6" t f V II J. K. JARRIMER, Editor. i'.ci:i.si)ii. TERMS $1 25 prr Annum. m.vm:i;ii:s vol. hi. no :?:. VOI, Villi. NO 'JO. CU-AliFIKLl), PA. VKI).T,Sim 0(TX)m:i; J7, V,l',). 1 ' - - . i N mr Or ilfpublciu: Ttriim of !iibrrlitlon. iflrtiJin advance, er within three monthii, $1 25 f p.id nv tlnto w'Hiin tho y. ar. - . - 1 All f piid alter tlm expiration of the year, - 2 mi Terms t)l" Advertising-. A.lvrtii'iiioiil8 are inserted ill the Republican i fnlloffinr rates : do. 3 do. $1 OH 2 on 2 60 1 2 mo 7 00 10 00 12 00 I t 00 IS 00 a a no t .nnareM'-'Slincs,) 1 0(1 1 50 2 Oil thrWMe,!(4J lin0!':' 1 5", 3 month. 0 mo, ftt, tiuarf, $2 ill 4 00 : 5 00 ft HO : H III) It 00 $1 Oil ft no 8 00 m oo 12 00 20 00 If, toquiires, : : : Three iqimres, : : Knar miiiares, : : naf trohiran, : : (n sulmnn. : lircr tiirci wanks and less limn threo month j wntl per iqimro for Cfth insertion. Butanese notices, not exceeding 8 lines nro in-1 rtfdfor$2 a your. ...... , ! Ailvcrtisi'iiir'nls not in -i rko'l with tha number of insertion.-di'-irud. will be nouliiiucJ till forbid j .wtmJ juui'jiuj' to tU'.io Urn-. D. O. CROUCH, 1)HYSICIAX Office in Cur onsvillc. 1 1 uiny j DR. R. V. WILSON, i 11 AVISO removed his "fliee to the new dwel- linir ou Second street, will promptly iuism el puis sinnul culls an heretofore. LAItltl.ML.il v 11,1, Attorneys at i.aw Cloarfielrl, l'n., will nttwtid (rumitly to Cob . . . . r .. f .. i-l i:..ia (lions, banu Agencies, ac., q., hi i i ucm. Centre ami Elk counties. July 30. y JOHN TROUT. MAN STILL continues the business ol I limr .Making, i mil House. Sign nnd nninitiontal Painting, lit the ihnp formerly occupied ly rroutiiiiin .r ltowe, 1 it the east en"l ol .Market street, a snori nisiniiec i went of Litr's foundry. June l. 1 . Dlt. (.i;(lltC.i: ll.WO respectfully giv, notice that lio lias resumed tlie Practice Medicine, mid will promptly attend to u 11 calls ) he profession. Luther.-l urs.Ap I -', ljh. THOMPSON, HAKTSiiCK N CO. Iron t''ouii(lirs, Curwensville. An extensive tsuortincnt of Castings made to nrdciu lice, .v, li. L. JACKciON CRANS, ATTOUNliV AT T.AM', offiee adi.dning lie teiiileuce ou Second Street, C'leai la. Juno 1. K-t.H. ii. r. Thompson, rhjhirian, may be found eitlier i t Ins office at Scolield'e hotel, t'urw eunyille, when 10 .riifefsionallj unscnt. I'cc. iv, iji FREDERICK ARNOLD, "fertliant ami Proniiff) IJcrilcr, Luthers- ill. burg t'leartield county, I'a. April 17. l.s.iZ. ELLIS IRWIN a, SONS, j 4 T the moi T the mouth of l.i'-k ltuii, live miles from A neiiiaclil, MIvI'iI'IIANTp, and cxtcii.sivv : Miniulactiirers of I.uiubcr, July 23, IS j'. i J. I). THOMPSON, 1 llarksinllll, w agons, haggle larkMiiilh, Wagons Uuggics, i'.., ic, ironed; X) mi short notice, and the very uct style, at I. is )hi utand in the borougli ol Lurwei.svilf Dec. 2'J, I s Dlt. M. WOODS, hining changed his loca tion from Curw ensville to Cl-.-urlield, res- K-etfu!ly otters his prolesMonal servieei to tlie tilitene of the latter place and i ieinitv. Kenideni-c v., s.oeoiiJ street, opposCi t. it "! . t'ras, L'-f.. n.y " Vi. WM. 1". (TlAMPd-ih'S. CAIUUKr- on Chuirinaking, Wheelwright, and ) boufc ami Sign paint ng nt Curw ens iile, Cletrtlehl eo. All orders ioin,l!y ntteuded to Jliq. 5, lSj-t. kit. . M. C IMIMtl '.l.l. having loeaied as Kyb-rto .hi, tenders his pru!c-.i,iia! sci viee, lu llie Klizcns of .Morris Hial tl(e inljoini', taVfii- ti:ui. lie will always be tound at tlie rrtatciii-e ol llluK. Kybr, when not professionally engaged. Juy 21, isjr,. 1 1 . A. T. SCIlliYVKK, Tl-. ... p. i A3 ri'.iuni'J llie praeiico or uieniciuc, nun j and I i 4L ill atleud proinptly to nil calls in Ins pro l"iinn. ly ilny or night. Itesideiice i.p,osito the Alt-ihnUi-i iliiitet. Muv 4, ISAM. 0 mos. iiosiiPii rr.'i i-.iis. .i,r of tl.c '-.,-. , IVnow,','",', 7V.K'. E door east of Moiitelius A Ten Hyek J Store, All business cnlrnsleil to turn wti 1 1 be promptly attended to, nnd all instruments o writing done en short notice. March, ."1, la8. y. i P. W. KARRETT, EIIfllA.NT, rnoDICK AM) M'.MIiKK Li 1 UKAI.Klt. A X I) Jl'STICE OK THE HACK, TuthcrsburK, Clearfield Co., I'a. J. L. CUTTLE, i Hnrnry t l.iw and I. and Agent, offir (1 adjoining bin rosidence, tin Market slree ncMlielft. JliirehS, 1S:3. A. U SHAW. RETAILER of ForeiKnnrl DomoMie Mer.-h-ndie, Rhawtvillv, Clearfield county, I'a. fcnwiville, August li, 1 855. 1 LL friends of Imbki m i: and Ki rBi EMivnei. 1. C1111 nars. l'lea prupure eireulan grnl Dr. (itOHlir. ISKUW.X, linrre, Mass. CUBA HOTEL, JAYNESVILLE, PA. T11E above Hotel, liavini recently been fitted ! i iir--i. - . 1 l -r it'i nouso 01 enicruuiiiuciii, ib now o ,,-n , ft the acetnniuodation of the luiblic. Trav lers will find thii a couveuieut house. Nay 19, 1S58, OlIS J0RUAX PLASTF.RIX:. The inbicriber, havinfr located himself in the borough of Clearfield "tald inform tha publio that he in prepared to work In tha abort line, from pbdn lo ornameD W of any deanription in a workmanlike manner. lo whilewashinir, and repalriag dona in a seal inner and on reasonable trm. EDWIN C00-"En. CltarfeM. April IT, S1. It. C'Vms of t;r.xti.i: ami:. Thou nilt eoine no more, pentle Annie, Like n flotr tliy piiii d,..t : Thou art gone , alas I like the many That have liloom'd in the siiinuier of my heart f 'An-. Shall we never more behold Iheo Never hear thy winning voice iiRaiu, When the ijt iiifc-tinio mines, penile Annie, And the ild floir'm are seatter'd o'er (he plain We hnvc roamed and loved 'mi,! il. lowers, M'hen thy downy cheeks were in their bloom Now I stand al. mo 'mid tlio flowers, tomb While they mingle their perfumes e'er th Ah, the hours grow jad while I ponder, JCeiu- the silent ,,,( where llmu art laid, And my heart bows down whur. 1 wander Hy the. -teams A the mendows w here wen' ij'd Oh, lo uut tmitc fcr- jt: Oh. do lint unite lor'et me. Nor the spot where last we m;t ; That bunnio t r v .-tin t; spot of obi, I'll ilo not ijiuie torjrit When tlio stars are rib-nt kei p'n Their lonely wateli at niht, ll'lisn the pule sweet llowers are weeping, 'Neath the cold and inisly light. Though ell Hie ret forget inc, My own loved, bonnie dear. Say (hoti.lt somelimes think of me, Though gayer ones are near ; When round th ; cheerful hearth love, I.iglil hearted friends lnu1 met, Win n all around i- mi rt li. I"', e. nil, do nut unite forirei. illistclhiiirou PR0P0SAIS- I l ! t KK (i. 'J 11 AT :-l UJI.1.T It will hi ili-cincil vanity nt my n'i -;i v llmt nt twenty liv,. as ioi.-c.- to. of a tnll slmiv ol' : in iliiiinarv irrsin:il l ' cliiinns, 1 1' (itili. W i l It in a little of the ln-stiTfiidilimi tstiui!i'tl id lu'tolit, tivi ('ft ton, witli luck' ldn;..; mul lousy the raven's win;.', (a. is tin, ilriveii snow is not wliito now!) with fair eointilo.vion, olieeks j;lowino tin; vvd til. of youth and hen tli. nml ji(iossiiis wlint is eoii-i'l-ored silllieieiit "noil i-enso ntnl edue.it ion lor all the i'':t'' joitl tmi nosos of life. it may lie tliottoln' tliat my oxjioneiK c in niattois ol llie lieni't oiil'IiI to h.ive jirovoil nil ex O''l'tion to llie lul.'tlint "(lie eoiil-oof tine love never opt run sinootli. l.iit, ilia: lu,t so. It w:is my (oi tniie to In -eonje iu'- ijUainle 1 w i; Ii a vonn.ii la'Iy 'o-e--t t o! 1 so many o in ill ;. iiient.ii, inorul i n 1 ierso i u. alel so sn.e-eiiiiiient ill each, that it inoeeii iio'o;l.le lor me to avoid lal lin.o. iis I did, dosj-ei.tiely in loe wish her. As far as eJain e-of lln; eye, tremors of tlio oiee, iiii'I oeea-mnal imieniloes ine'lit -o, I doul.t not that 1 .-ueeoed full we!, in H"liniii- to iier a Kimw lo.t.- ol the ,-t..te ol iny in-art ; and 1 wi,l lint i-ies'.iiiie upon yotir Jmlieiiee so n.iiel. :-.s In .-lail the ee tasy of joy with whiili iil-t die.iven-., tlii oitL'h siiailar media a reeijaoeilv of I'ee lin' it .fin thepart of t lie voting lady. L-t it siiflie... to say that this - tin- ea-o, and that tlie tune eah(e v( hi 11 il was iueillli liolit 01: n;e. to leake a di-lili:-t avuA.d of 1 1 1 loi This., after Jul: aim peieiexiug ' .. . . i . i inelital ib-li t' i I rc-olvinS to do bv letter. I mid ait i f W" 1 1 1 1 ii- sonic fortv epi-tles on as niany . , f -hoi t s of gil.'n d paper. I tinaliv suc ceeded in forming a letter, aim. mil ing to about six lines, emit. lining a- 1 thought. tin1 condensed ijiiinti'-seiiee i f every thing that could or oiiL'ht to bo Mj, on 1(. ML j,t. Of this .roeioits niv, ;i" 1 retain now but 11 slight recollection. 'That it abounded with terms oxpres-ive of pure, warm, ardent, glowing, undying, evorlast- ing and unpieeedeiited alli-elion. I have not the least doubt. lint, tllil'ortunatelv .i. lii.i, ,.r... n 11 ill i it. pi unt il . "i t ,1-1 1-in i e.eeueioe Wiis sciireely llnished, when chancing to peruse some of the -)ierienci s of a pre decessor in the paths ol love . I read that nothing was more tiiiwi-.e or dangerous Ihan making an oiler of one' hand and heal t by moans of pen and paper. ith the crednlitv nl n simple mind, 1 llt once gave implici- oro.leiioe to t his doc.. tlino. nud frightened lit the fearful ln-eci.. i . . i ' , , i i t , i , , pice w men i mm so narrow ij avoiucu, l i ninclintely destrin ed 'he letter, and in.. ' solved to declare myself in person, w ith toy own lips nnd voice, and to hear with my own ears the reply whieh was to seal . my destiny. Never did nn Alexander, a Wallace, or' a Napoleon, fool the inspiringell'ects ol un j Lcroie resolutution 11101c powerfully than 1 1 lelt tlie iiitluoiice 01 tins; J mid resolv- ed, I would i-xeeute! 1 walked the streets ! to purchase bread for himself and his eou; with proud consciousness of the hero- I p anions. The youth, if we m iv still eni isin of in y resolution : and in tlie height ! ploy tha! appellation, could no ionger r,.: of my .ride, fairly feared lest in the words ' ognize the once familiar aspect ol' his i.a of a 1 met, I should strike the stars w ith ' tive rouiif ry : and his surprize was increas 1 my loftv lioiid. Pait sensible of tho im-1 bv the appearance of a l u ge cross, triiim- p. i feciiiiii of human powers, and oonsei- '"rinua that mine in p trtioulur were liable to : j fail in to delecatu emergency, 1 resolved I at least to commit to memory my doclara-' 1 Ini'ii urt.-w.i I Ills lull iitioIiimI 'in, I nn . .i.'ii.:.. . 1 .1:1 i.,.,.....i ,.r . - llllllliutllti. 1 11- it'll. 1 .ti iiti.-ioii: 10 , ; , : r ... : : 1.7. : v iiicli in some wny at lct would have managed to h: vo made itself understood andi i, I commit toil to moinoniy a cold formula of words, to be delivered ns the school-hov recites his Hi.eeiJi. est which ltitvrant. in luslion ol hidiesus. the cler is sufficient for the purpose of this article ! to collect tho following tpiiteuce. '"Miss ! Adams! will you allow mo to oner vou it mv hand and heart?" The fearful hour arrived. Tho eveninc I of jny wxmtcd visit approflchod and I j found myself sealed l,y t li p side of my I adored, in the summer' oveniiio twiliL'lit. j'l'lie l.it i-nyi of llie selling sum hud jrioif nally dia.ieat ed 1 1 . m the rosy eloild- jtliat Imyerod nle.xo the west. Tlie lull i moon ro -e liijdi in heaven, and one hv, i one tho j.;lo: ious stars heciime isihh- ' ; i , 1 " .n such a nielli, , i Stood Iiidowiiha willow in her hiiiel, I I poll tho wild sea banks mid waver) her 1 ve 'fo come again to Carthage" I The ojieii w indow hy whieli we at look ed out iijon a "anion t(ired with u j iol it-1 sion of rii li ami rurn llowers, from whieh j there oxhaloil, mid arose around n, a do- i lieions IViiratieo, Inrininii lit aliuo.-phere, for such a scene. 'I'ho t'nne, the siletn-e. 1 theseeliery, fVfl'V 1 1 1 i Hfi Wiis H.j.rooi iate ; ; and she, the lionntifiil, thealnio.-i uiiearlh-1 ly, seemed, hy intuition, to understand! my thoughts and iiitontioti-, as with head i oeiit own she ga.ed (and nilii n slight hliish ujion tlie tuir i .hooks aiotind whioh her iiuhurn curls, weio playing) upon a ino.j jo.e which site v.u. i-Jl'liillv ciiua. ' cd iU I'Ulliii'; lu l.iwoc-. I w.u, onjiilocd in the orjinlly !l lllll.s oooujialion ol open- i in;! unit si. tilting ii small huii'v mull. box : w hieh 1 had in my hand. Alas! where now was tlio Alexandrian or Napoleon eoiil age that inspu. d me ' 1 li lt my valor ooinu' out, at llie induis of i i i . i 1 my nanus, tan at last sunuuonin iom hltion like a man noon the soallold wli wishes to diowhh at Jea.-t .ii.if,7lorutudo, ' or to use n more loreiMe lllustiaiion, u-' theiing' togeth, r and i-oneeiitiiiting, as it wote, all the energies of the mind, alter 1 ho manlier of one nlioiit to siiliinit to tin.! must inhuman ol all earthly torture.-, llie cxlr.ietioii of a tooth. 1 .-ay, w ith Midi energies as this, I raised mv eves to tiiuso j ol l-aliella, and in tho language of tm j prepared .peeeh, -aid ".Mi.ss ..'.iin.s ! ' j Tho unearthly and .-Lu lling; em olia-i-rwitli whieh tl.i- ralh. r loriual ooiuiiioneo jloelit Ha- delivered, seriously frightened loth parlii.-. l'lio ro-e dropped Itum le-r I lingers, the ho Jioin mine, uiid J on ly r.hle to ioliow uji tliis oxpn-.sjye e.or jdium with s. coiiiiiu.n plac'r ..nark a- liout the I H-n il ty ol tlio ivumi;, allei whieh wo lelap-ed into our loriuerVilenee. (iathel'iuj.'. however, Oliegy (rolil oeleai. I made, alter a. slight puns,.-, a seroiid at tempt .! - .1 : I.VIJ', iid I, in a slow , Mfle'nn oa ire sepulchral voice. 1 u-ill ;i ,r,,l i . .' iie allow tue to oiler you to oiler a poich of snail'!" 'W ith plcisiire, sir,'' i-edied asoft sweet voice, which, in oontiit with my own. sounded like a strain of soft inusie follow ing iij the rumbling of nn earthquake. 1 felt my eyes starting from uiy head. 1 that the veins on my forehead weic swollen like tho stream.- of spring. I the blood luaiitling oyer face, brow, and link. 1 .,( the loud beating of my heart : and in an agony nl both bodily and mental pain to whieh the rack, the w heel, and the gibbet w ere a paradise. 1 rushed from the room, hui ried to my homo, en tered my own chamber, locked, doubly, trebly locked mv door, lest ahv one should olisorve iny shiiuie, and vented my spleen in id.e imprecations upon m o; u .-tupidi- I i i ,, , , Anhours wa!kacro,siuyci,.,,i,b,.,',s,.ry - ed, however, to calm my spirits-, and w i, 1, tural compared with my recent agitation. I sat down and w rote : " "Hi:.- u IsAliKl.l.y Tuki; pity or, an un happy mUh, ia ho is too diei.lv in hue - ..-( . ..... iii. , i .iii, .si i per li. i - with you to utt.-r in your presence, hear from voii." two cons.'ctiuve I am Miserable words till I 'ihe note w.ls itniilediatelv disi ntohed . i i .- . . ' ic ami in nan an Hour 1 was the bai .lest I""" man in tlie universe. Me Isnhell-i to., ii pan ii n oi CAooueliee. t whs IioVer oll'ended with her but once, and then she di-pelled my wrath by asking me. in n mock .serious tone of voice, '-Will you w ill you allow- me to idler you a pin. h of snulf .'" .S' ,,(.,-. Tin: SrvKN Si KKl liiis. The siory of tin seven sleepers is the luo.-t rolilillitio of tin legends of the I'huroh, Jtisa- i,.!l,,ws When th" Kmporr.r lieeius per-ecutcd ihi. .'hristiaiis. seven noble youth of Llphosu- concealed themselves in a spin ions, eat ern I on Ihe side o an adjacent mountain, and i were doomed to perish by the tyrant, who' gave orders that the i-ntranee should be 1 lirillh secured by pih.-s ol stones, I'nev immediately fell into a deep lr,ii.h.-!-. ; wiiieh was alni'ist iiiiritciilously prolouued. 1 without injury to tho powers ol'li'e, one hundred and eighty -seven years. At the! end of that time the slaves of Adolu i . , , n . w iiom me lnlierituiice ol Ihe ui'.iin 1111 had descended, removed the stones to supply material for some odifiee. The light of tlie sun darted into t he cavern, and t he Seven Sl-opers were permitted to awake, Soon aft-r fising from th"ir -h-op, w hich thev thought, had only la-fed 11 few hours. they wore pressed by t! o cal'. of li iiigt-r, one of their and ro-olve l that .lainblielui liumher. should seoret lv return to the ottv phantly erected over the gate of Kphesiis. His singular dress nnd obsolete language 1.011 founded the baker to w hom he ottered un nnoicnt medal of I b-oius. as the current tmi, , t lo l-tiittlt-e' nnrl .Ponti le oii on .....:: i 1 .1:.. ,....,,1 .. susi tii-wni 01 11,11 111. tu-",i'i, 1 t -' t iti " 1 - .11. i- .. 1...1 Their mutual inquiries jirodticed tlie ntna- ! zing iiitellign'-e that two centuries had almost elapsed since .lamblichus and his ' friends Imd escaped the rage of a Pagan py, the Magistrate, the feople, and, it is said the Kmperor himself, hastened to vis. the cavern of tho N-vcn Sleepers, who related their story, bestowed their bene- diction, and at thesnmo mstimt peneenbly ; 'expired - An Apostrophe to Water Si tu limn Mni e w e a I liioil-: aposlrophe hi wnler ll'l"d to th.. I.,, whieh John rlloh. til eOlllolit leel uref OU temper ;.e.itfd to ehietrilied thousands ind l.ngland. Mr. (iongh no I no aiidieiiae tlial he Has not of liiat aoir-irophe, and lor alieo, has ri in A inel'ie'i ver 1 ii I 1 1 -1 1 i the alltli'M- ye i,'.- ha i enjoyi.,1 l It. We -ta't.'rl I laid Ibhl'rii. an pie.ielier in TeXn , le lliiil,-puli"l eiedil ml il originate I w ith iliiierant Melhodi.il , alel that it Was deliv w .li.'h I lent ll gave at ere'.I at a o.U'oaea a (.'.inipim-ei m .-, an 1 i which he h.u in viteil since ted h a Te will h tl : hi ! 1 1' ' it it :i 1 1 I, eeii years ad t ne iii'-ident, ami are deiigli it in all exeiiiilig", credited to per. We ei. .-ure our reader- ii I tlnd "i 1 lly d ligli oil w ith its pi.-ru-al. I he suiii.ving l.-.i,. N w. i e arr.iii:'el on the lahle.- hy .-cores el f laves, and llie Ihrong prepare.) to eouiinenro Hi.- sump t um.- liienl. when a Voice pen led Iroin the pulpit, Ii md a.-, tlie bla-t ol a tnunia t in battle, -.Stay yeijilenu-ti and ladie-. till t the giver of the lV.i,t a.-k,s (iod a blessing." r.M-ry liearl stalled, every eye wa- di rected to t ,'u- -pe;;!.er, m:d a w hisporle. ' sih-iiei' eii-inil, fir all aiiko were -tuick b his i eiiiai kable appeal aiiei-. 11- w, i- ill n io.-1 a giant in ,-t a i in though s. iin.r-ly thirty years of age. ill- hair, dark us lie i ravens wing, llnui-d down . is iiunicii.-c ! shouidi'i.s in lua-i-s of ii.it in ai rm.;!i-; - ; hi.- eye.-, hlacli lis n.lo i: i u I , 'jo.-iuio,.! I.K" stills over a lace pa'c as J in jan f,iarbc, caiie, lais-ionles:-, :.piri;iial, iiik I wearing a sin :u- i lar, i..di til...l.,i'' ex , a i s-i, ai. i ii" hi leie- Li'lieous crowd, hunter,, ga nbleis, i;nd iioliloeides, gi, .e, ill llllll-! ll-tohisliiUeli'.. : The lni.-.-ioini!'y pi.jyed, but il .-lainued like no otlu r pravi r ever add i .-..-.' i.-d to the i 'fin one of ( 1 1 -ace. It W'M- 1 he e; . t f a i.a i ked soul, and that ail a le-ggiu- lor the bi "ad and water of heavenly hie. , lie eea.-cd. and hot fill then, did 1 ..- , eoine coii-eioiis ol weepiiiL' 1 looked a louiel thr,'ii-!i 1 1 iv te.ii s and s.i.v l.uu 1 lit Is d laees w ol v mv Iriend it h r liii. aid the lib "No "parta then i -lit , at t le- ome ale .-it , u and ii t i h gospe'." It Wold 1 bo impossible to. ie-cribe the t tone of k i nun e-s in w hieh t he-o -iln- sW'. p'e words Wi re uttered, that mad,- l.iin on ti.e instant live hundred bietids One I ...... t l,,....i-..e in Il .,.,,1.1,. ..t I uU!dened bv the evidonco ol the nroaeher's woiiilerfid power. Col. Watt Kin man exclaimed in a sneer ing voiie: ''Mr. Paul Lb nion, your rover enco has li d. You promised us not didv a good baibaeue, hill Letter lj,Mor- 1 When- is the liouor ' "fhei-e!" nii-wei-.-d th- mi-iouarv. j,, i tones olThun or. and pointing his motion- b-si li rg-rat the tna'chl -.- Puible -prnig 1 Clls llie' llll ill IWO sl-.el" e )l-!llls. w i i s.Jlind like a sh iut nf.jn li' Ihl th.' bosolu of th; oarth. "ihore." he repeal, I, w.th a loik t,-rr bl as ligbtii'-ng. whil-- h;s ou, my aclually treiu'o.cil a, his feet "lhe-o is th li'iuir w hiei (ind, the eternal b.ews. lor idl li s i.hd lien Not in the si'iim r in -i ll, oyi.r s,,,,ky liii'-, ele .bed with in 'I -on. his ga-e-i. and sui'-oiml-l e, th i the sten -n ol sa-Kciimg oiors ami ran.i ,.;1.,. ,,,,, F,,u.,. iu 1K.ilv,,, ,,.,', l. lin.,,'o,.s es.enee of 1,1.. .he ' . i . .. Hire cold watel 1 and graT dell i'.llt ill til L'teoti gl ide Willi- there where the red d'1 deer dors, ii :d Hie child loves t , i ,. i '".' "" nod lu.iislt lirews it : and d'i'.vu -d iw ii in t lie deep Valleys where nn:' and tin- rills -ing the fountain.- tnnr : an I high on tlie liloiliitain's top. where the lulled gi'illii'e glistens like gold in tin- sun, where tie-.storm-clouds b.'.i id ami tie- thunder tones crash, and aw iv far mil on the wide, wide sea, vvh.-re tie- lim i'i'':iiie howls mu-ic ami (he big waves lour ihe chorus, .-weeping the inn reh of ( ind :' t lu re he In eiv- il, that b, Vel'.e.'O of life, b - i"' !l " ivill ' water. V n l OVCI'V where it i-:. t llil.g of healll V : n le.'.lll- ing in the dew-droji, slicing in the sum mer rain, -hilling in tho Co- gem. till the trees ail seem liuiii-dto living jewel spreading a golden Veil ov, r ihe -r-tlihg Sun. or a white g i-te around the .nid ui'.:ht mo. Hi: sooi'liu: in the I'd, II t. sleeping in the gl.i"i, r. dm -in .' in the liail-liower : lo'.l its bright snow-em lain- softly a e wiui ry world : i.nd weaving the .I'll!' 1 iri-, tii.it seraph's ; me ,,; . w iiu-i. v al p i I he raiu-di'oii of , h'.-e 'In 'i i- ill.' sunbeam of ie av h. -tillered ,)'.' f wii !i .'i le-'t ial llovv- bo-it t ina'iv -e the s'liV ear'. h. . en, ail i c.l bv tie- inv-tv h i.-.d of lelVaetion. Sti'l alca;, tor!' foam it b au' i son ' fill- ! hat I ies-ed lil'ewa N 11 its hi ink u l mu rder lis ! I 11,1 irings p d in r in LI-n id st, lip, iis ii-i'i I .'la- : pah' i low s p to, I buiuiii 110 'li iiiili.u d - ' nnd slarv iug o' pb m- w tears in it-, olear depl : ' shrieking g'uo-t from 1 h ; iv It ll word, ot eternal i on' my friend- ! would y ' for t he demon'.- di ink gray -pair 'iir- 11 I A shout like the V.vored, "N . ! ' I 'l ilies ii 'l-rl Ii b... kwoo-l-iholi ,-1't llf Olr.rjllell". t, f r the 1 ii i -si. 11 . n't h- 1 tltlld', II s it We;-, rear of the li in i-l an 1,1! ne idiot!, -. saw nt ; ii ' If' i't ill ihe iii Ig 1,11 fl.lt '.'ill.' V'oiec 111 .men! ,ft!i" mul-l.-cv of hi- haii'l, an I the popular f.-. ling ratlin a current so irrc-i-tahle that even the d -ist Wait I " iv 1 1 1 .1 1 1 , d.iiod imt venture mm. ther iiiterrupliiiu dm iug the novting. I'hn '.impiii. eting continued, and a 10 vivid nteii'ied it. Mich as wa--, never w it-lu-ssad Ih-1',.1-0 or sim-e in TV fa. vt. ........... ;u I. ..,..-. ).,.. I 1 1... : 1..1. 1-...I L. i... ... 1 M- i it' . ' i- io..-- 1 i.rei to, in i:;.iii- him from burst ing. nnd he will forget it all j in a month. Pull Mr. Smith's nose, and' lie will cherish a secret desire tobnrn your house down the remainder of his life. ! Kcvcnge is 11 liassioii. (tntitudri nrt'ears to bo only a sentiment. Wc can nil hate, Hut it is one man in a hundred w ho possess sense enougti to no tlianktul. r-v-Love is like ambilion it. silences ), consciener. ami throws a veil ol'obliv- ion over the uvt a 'red pminiccs. M'.'h'l llV ' in; AMI.;;i''.v nil !T.. vi:i:. fl." Ir.ili;,!,! .-UVer ,.rf di . the Amei iraii ( he-'s tin;.' I'.iul Mm plav or, is now Wat. he 1 wit h ea IH-.S In- I h whole win Id. He i, ni.ikiiio the tour of lur tie- p'ir;io-i. ir,' eheoanteriiiL' tl I.UIOJ e in - -. -1 . -1 . i . t . rl ,!,.- p.,, ,,f ,, nations, an, I it i- in .-t eoiilidently helievod I hat Iki will U"t liud ho . ti.i I . ile i , vet ji oimg lliall, h.l ill.", heeli Inrlnill Now Oi l.'.llis, line .. -l-i. 1 o . Hi, father wii-a .linL'e of the Supi (.'oiirt of Louisiana, 'oi'J Ins lumber was a freie-ii (,Yooe lady. Mr. Moi'l'hv i about live feet t hree 'inches high and ol very slender figure, with dai k lain and i ye-. He graduated at St. .lo " ii'- college, Mobil.., in s:,., 1,.IS sine.., b.-cn engaged in iho study of law. lie learned cho.-- of his father iit the ii'e ' I ' " i . ; i 1 1 t he is now di.stin.i.'ui-lied aboy e all liviiii players by the rapidity and doplh of hi couibmal ion, by llie mien uig j a.joiirao.y i kl'iow ledg his liieiii'ii'V, by hi.-, thoi aigh of the the.O'V f'i' thu g.i-.r claboiM i-edin hooks, hy p.rfct f If po,- j ision. nn oi'ii'i ins uiiv ar niii o 1 0 1 s-uuioiis c'liirii.-y to hi- opponents. A: a ! lv age young i'aui had ljlncd oi r ear ' hull drcd gam, - y, l; j, iiiaiiy with a Mr the g ones toward line nv.l at' nit a- s eae, nliiiost all 1 1.1- t beillg W Oil b lit. Whilst -I,!' a th their -. oullil'ul op liiere t.oV, 1.0 I'laM d tlHI'tV ".one- v., in Janu s M l,' 'iiiiell, winning all bio ,,i.e: ' and mi the I'li'd and -Olh of May, !.. I not yet thll'leeu veal's el age, i lie in ".'i leii'u lb,- eelil.r.ued Ifniigai iai' I! ol- 1 r ' I.,, '.' h-ib"! t.io 1 i--i.lt ! eiiie. ho lio -,'ue- in- i -u : owing ,, .Mi'.l, i v d"iii,', 1 1 ! 1 1 i i ' '.uideir.itdii' hi- oUng ant g uii-t -I.Moipiiy Lowcnt'aal U drawn 1. it is lot. i.iiijii- so .-upjio.-e that the do. ire to wipe out thi- ilete.it had ."Cnetl, ill g to w it h lb -rr I. ii' enth.il' cli'iliehg.ng Iii- ing. ait , did i,'!"!' in a in itch now pend- Mr. M ; pli lir-.t bccaiic kiio.vn t.) tie I'.ibl,,' by hi -ace, -.--os id tie- Aiiicticui ' eh.- - Ji','-- ill New York l.i-l fall. Tie- : -eb-hri'i' 1 i Live,'. I'aiil-en. g r.e it 11- hi. ' ,, i'i, led opinion (hut In- would vanipiii-ii nil eoinp. tu"f.- : and be Ire.i'l-iitly -..' : le-s,'i h.s l.eli.-i, Mlliin.e the oligl..' , that i-1 1 ' i i i ' 1 1 lM(a,iiy vi-it liuropo, lie I would piovehis niporiori'v oier every li ving j-layer. Mr. Paulsen's admiration i lor the y-'iing Loiii-ianian was .s,, gii at licit l llelli'l'ei' the bitti-l- lens ieoi i,i.,l in -l 1 game li.- could not be lured from watching hitn. Put it is not merely over the board th it Paul Murphy exerts his powers. As u blindfold lilavor, no one ever before sue- iceeded m conducting eight gauies. ivilli i he oxeetitioii of Paulsen, ami he has fro- led ; queiit iy stated in New York that he felt ; sati-lied that Mo-phy could play as nj.iny -:ll,i,,s blin-elt. I tie latter is coiisider- ...I.I.. ...... I.K. ..!,'. 1.I...1 .1 It.. ..I .. "'""I'-i ..ioi,ii.iio.-.i man iiuil-eii ni'l so nie of hi.s battles are sur. rising ex iiii,)es ol brilliant s'rategy. In June Mr. Morohv sailed for Europe, I w lelc be has play oil with ten of the be-1 liug!i-li 'ie-s-pla ers. winning seventy five gaui.-s and lo.-mg but f.iiirteen. Ill li'slir l play witii Hai '.vit,',. the great I'ari--i.m. In- ".a- beaten, but at ihe 'a-t ac c rants he h id turned the lid,- . if bat i le in his favm- im the ehrss-bijitrd. and tlieie rem lined only one game out of seven to vie. 'ide the- ell.impiondlip between Har witz and himself lor Jot) francs a side.--Hal'v.it. is ai.itolcthe be-t i-l-.yer in Km") " ami is employed by the invni'r.s of the t a!'e do la liegeiice to ,lay there agiiinst chaileligei s. A lelier from Pa ris states ibm young Morphy is treated in Paris with t Ii- gi'.-ale.-t disiiuetion. and I he great s, tilptor Leijiii'-uo ha- asked hie. to -il l''l' a bu-t, aii'l he has already had one si tiu :. lb-dines with tin- Royal lliuli-i.e-- lie- 1 hike of lb iinswioi on Sundays. The oilier nii'ii'. at. the theatre rY.un.ii-, lhalfth audit-lie. st, .'I no and looked at j him " ' 'O perleet 1 V um.oii.-. i u - oi it mild Ki'ery body and the old 'l .niiai - tl'eal Alter tiui h M". Morphv li was pointed out to bun. to him, if La',,,11 .,-on,.,.. seek- illtiodlletiolts play --I's of in.- t i:i;o him with great rev il! : hi m:i will proee, i wit dire, 1 1 irwit, ' th to 1'., rim au I 1'; I' ll, Lang" nud Ma , i t, Laa-, are at pr ul 1.1 '. I lo h.fft Ale who. wii ii 'nii th" giva: eiou llt- i nl man A !', r .1 ' II--1 lil 1,1 V I A ere ill llie to hu, it s., -.! ' '" ' " i ut T'.VO (log- in New ictiee of er-ing "id I i els ol; the iii'.ini'.i ! i.-. '.--,.il of L'.'tMf, :'.( hi- f-l Hi i '.V ,-, il tlVl I ": lid ll' t cMl'ie.'lte I il in 1 1, is -M mil ir :i ' W ilit'll ti'lie I'i - ... Wa:. ii--loi thi- ' ks. Iroin .', h: h liui-.-lf. lb- :. - lor ligl.i d.iy-, - ,, 1..;, . d him ' lis iii- ll.'lllle 1 -le ia real 11 11 every h 'lie and alel ii.it.il up 1.,' hull-ell "lib iiiiini' llll'-ll; l.iilv. 'V .1- ol -i'i", erl to W hi if all O ' 1 - 1 1 1 O - . He ivoll 111 n !e l it "f l:i"iit ho 1 Ull'.i liicl. 1 ill' l-.lo, ill1 I'll. It -el V lllg I lie or hi i 1 1 i" d' h r-i" -1 lit I- 1 1 ll"l die tab : V e.i! oft. I 1,, tie no. .tii-1 by -ig.'is end":, . I.im I-. 1 ,!!".' him. At I' b, .'.IP t '. 1. -t!' ( t ie eolp r lll'l O i' "i ' '.'.' .1 lo ii - i ll.-t li Co P.. i-l-dog. Voli Irluet of the "W itch ib. 1-': ' r,e , iiiui. 1 ai,.- ,1- to al'u .-t d I'I V lll hi OV win-!" porii 1.1 : 11 -g to und .11" 1'-, 1' ii:. 1 with so much 1 I. II' Lim do'v n. and bv oth- or -iL'li- iii'lil'-e 1 him to follow bin), and 0 inducted him to his imprisoned compan ion. I m; poor dog wii- louud to have feied gieitly. In addition to his I nearly served, in his ell',,rt- !. c.xtri hiin-elf he had worn ihe skin hum nook and sli tnlders. Tragmi-nts i,' if ing -,tte his tin K u .. I.I..I. W.....1. 1.... o. hi . lay around. " W.. Most females will forgive a Td-t-i-ly rather thnn a flight. Jf any unman wen to luive a man indnted lor sleHlmc her jneture, although it worn sft 111 R0''', 11 would beaneiT cna in law: but if he carried off the get ting and lelt the portrait then, would bo no mercy lor him. J-i'-An Englishman's liiiich--A ' " of ,mii' six heggs, and miai I "I lnl7- ' ' I I - 0 Ti i: k r - ii M rie M "ti it.- -lio ha-- reeenlly l iiilili-.lii.-i i , lloni be II j a work giving ai-otind Si hi, dm "Adventuii-s in and -ays that when there ; she I .ec.vne lmii li interested m a voitng I 1' I'e 1 1 1 . i , . ... Li'Iv. who, in giving nn in-eount of " 'the fall. ii tortuii'.-s ot her lauiilv. iiNo h-- lero new lioiible. Mrs. Itol nsbv sOVs : " I L mi III- Ilia reui,irl..'iiiv i" il her voini': brother, who js lookii,.', and -howod a great latent for inusii v as sent to Vicuna i ' - i s lor hi- education. i u;a ,.: !..,. ..I..,..,.., : ,i i. i. . . on 'i,i mi n 'i . v.- pi (ii ii i u i ? i ii - iii j.-1 1 1 nun, ii in I hero ; uiid Ijeiiig s i poor; and the Sultan 1 having set I be fashion of Turkish ladies I earning nni-ie, he now gives lessons to !the wives and daughter-, of r-over.il l'achiis inn the Ho-phonis. lie is married, f'feHtly . attaclii-l to bis wife, and has two pretty jehil bin: added to thi-.. In- Is a grave, shy ! young man. Well Dlnulu's trouble for i her brother ivhs this,: lie kucs uuirtlv in l ihe moi hhig to give his lesson, i orliap: there at u tvv.j or tb'.'t-i Vf.il-d Tidies in tin- room ir.to vvi-.tch he n-a u.-heiecl bv the- mt'. 'The lfisson bfnins.' fiav? j . . . . .1.11 r 1liieiil ill a llie:. 11 i nun voico, 'and thev are generally lather stupid, Tho men who guard theiu soon grow tired of look in.:: on and -troll to lien pipes. 'They arc hardly outside tie.-d.. en- when down goc- t he yn-h:i'..ik of fthe ladies. She i ; very pretty . but cry tiresome; my broth i-r is a raid t,, iook id her. What should In. .I . f lie Pacini w..-re .suddenly to re t i, n . .r one ,,f the slaves to enter and re poi-t thi-.; him! So he turns his bead aw iv .. :-i i nes io induce her to go on with tlieb -, ir Would Vuil believe it, says lhiii ' .. - tiil m ire iinligiiantly, 'the other lav she . -ok holt of his chin, and turning hi- luce, to h.-r-, said laughing. 'Why don't yn:i look at me, you pig'' ' Winn ...n'n i-rnther do? the l'jcha vvould il- V,'.' I eileve th.,l it js not his fault.- S .'iretim.-' ot... of theiu will eivp undo, iii-; j.i.iii'i loi te, and put her finger int in- -hoe and tir-kle his loot. Yesterday the. ,-iippe,.l I'.v'o j.eai lu-s in)., his pocket, lied l,p ill mu-liii with biu.- liliisiin, elap ping : li'-ir ban I, and laughing when h I'.'iiid it out. You l.n.iv, vthat thn-i pea- lies liic.ih .' fhev "iiicai, his-," jsaii i I'midil, i.'iloi ing, find it made my lil'OlJu . so nervous, lor tho men w.-ie in the outei i-i. om. mid might have h-ili' l all about it lie would be lorry tobavethein piunished, yet they make his life, miserable. Thai pretty one n the worst ol all. she is ho da ring. I visit al the. liaroin, and went with my brother one morning. K now iiigtliem so well, I took him in at the garden en trance, the way I always go myself. Wo heard somebody laugh aloud, merry laugl. and -oh what u fright I was in there hln w as, up in a poac.n tree. My brother tun: ed his head away, and walked on very fast. she pelted p. aches at him, then got out i t the tree, and would linve run after him, i I had not stopped her. And hero pooi , lhudu fiirlv cried. 'What can mv broth .rd',7" P. V VAItli I Al lull AS V PllIMIIt. 'Hie ft I' tor ol thol'lyiiMiith (111. i Locomotive wb , Wii a printer in the. -nine otlieo where Hay n r 1 Taylor "served his time," tolls soic i i . tei e-ling rctiiiiiiseci.. i-s of the great tra . oi. r : We : t. rm " oliiec. well ;, olli oil satch" the hull'"!' to SUcci-ed him ill Oh. i "d. ilship" in the Village Room Wostehes t.'i-, Chester oo., Pa. Yi mi mbi r the time w hen iie starta his lii-.t "trump," wilh his sma eoutainin l chaiu'e or two of Hi en, and v p h fifty cents in capital. T! apl rentices in thos,,. days l,.l (o carry tl j'upeis llirough t he ei.uiitiy on lirtixelnic: and mil' route was ju-t past hi- faiho house. We do not know of a single tun through rain or shine, that old Mr. Tav, did not meet us i't the end of the Ial: with a happy smile, wishim: us good da and a- we would hand him the Weikt lb.. -nl, he would loin. irk. "a lair c. hang i- no i, ibbirv." filling one -ide ,-iur .-iiddl.'bags! gr 'pes. le wa- with nice apples ai a member of the Socio offlielld-. With ily ai'eiiiid him In '.b' lie ll-ed f l'avn;.', and snid. his little fu' lil and fat was a happy man i: ili'iiiilf anxiously nfp be l.ked t, le- was kin-ty ile I'linti'i'-, i rambb- . hot steii' n that I i.pprenti, he great, I'ie.l coll r a .lid ! uigh. 1 Pi ,ild I voli:-.. o much Little! id. the em day y .Uvtod a- i iall th :l A',:, lo Tin iiin. vi Waii. o 1 ins v--I ho vv, whir-h separates China I'rom I'lntnry h been built full IS. (Mill y ears, llh'i i-Sll)il (o be upwanls of 1,-Jiid milo- in length : its height varies according to the ciroii,, stance.-of ill" surface. It i- upwards" loci, high, ami about -1 broad. Tl loini'lation i- laid 011 broad sipiare stom-tie- stiporstni'-tin c is brick : the centre a kind olTii'trtar cov ered w ith ling stole A parapet of no ordinary -treiigth run- 1 1 i' h si'l" of an embattled nail. It I oi, -'ul"" that this iinin, n., fabiie cove: lb" -vi-lr-t river. 1 u an il"--of proportioi ile .-ize. or, in the r.uue form coiini'i' II ir.il 1. tains together. occ,i-i, n -ill v- n-eciii' ing the higle st hill ihe de pc-i va!" , tl of iill iiiinat inn will I this elVort of man. r fi.-eendipg m: hi"'-! aetiv e .owe, reouii-ed t" loah In every nl'l.ilioi however, the pa-sage a uninterrupted : and it " r, ia l fr .'U "he end of t h oth'-r. At proper int ing i( i- 111-v an rv e- iis a inilitni kingdom 'o tl: rvals liiere ai. -ti'.'.iig tow-oii placed, from w henoe signa ' lire repeat" I. and an ahum in.iv he 00m III llll lea'"' 1 lo th" lice t di-talit pal ts of tl 1 cmppe, wi'h the c.vpi-ditiiiii 'f a tef Ml 11. IiMi is Till: 111 ,-T. A fl icml of ol.l.s W.i . travelling lately, while afflicted with a v ry bul cough. IL- intvwod his ft-1 ' tiav oilers greatly, till one of them remai keil in n tone of displeasure : "Sir, that is a very bad -ough of oui -. " "Tru-j, sir," r-pled our frii ivl, "but yo i 'i ill e .-il n m- 1' l),C best I 'v c got," I Ti. '.Mis.