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Al's D. A. & 0. 11. BUEHLER
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~ A -Triple Rhyme--A arm. • . - tro'n .
thi Francolli gaunt*
Moot barde findittufficientiv difficult to The 'Emperor and his. Daughter,
A foil . years since, there wait in the , city
obtain m e e"rhyminil;mid at the end of a line
but this pg et ' smu lr e e threet'wi.
of Euroth "-ear° of St. Petersburg a young girl,so beauti
ful antdsolovely that the grottiest prince
which. is as graceful RI it is l surprising :• -
1 pe, had h e m e th her °Van 10 a peas
sot a hut, might well have tarried his
back upon'princesses to offer her his liand
and his crown:• . ' •
But far from having fi rst seen the light
in a peasant's, hut, she , was born in the
Ishadow oftho protidest throne - on earth.—
,It was Marie Nieholoewna, the adored
daughter: of the Emperor of Russia.
As her father saw her blooming like
the May flower, and saught for by all , the
heirs of royalty, he cast his eyes upon the j
; fairest, the richest, and thesuctit powerful
l of them, and, with the smile 'of a father ' ,
i and a king, said to her : • 1
"My child, you are now of an ago to
marry, and I have chosen for you the
prince who will • make you a 'queen,' and
I the , man who will render you happy."
"The man who will render me happy," -;
stammered :he blushing princess, with a 1,
sigh, which , was the only objection to
which her heart gave utterance. "Speak,;
she said, as she dais , a frown gath.;
I ering on the brow of the czar. "Speak, j
and your majesty shall be obeyed:"
"Obeyed!" exclaimed the Emperor,
trembling for the first time in his life, 1
"is it then only as an act ofobedience that j
you will receive a husband from my ''
bands ?" 1
The young girl was silent and concealed '
"Is your faith already plighted ?"
The young girl was silent.
"Explain yourself, Marie ; I command
A, NOCTURNAL SICRTON
"Even la came and from the Auk park, hark
The signal of the tietti nvauu nne gun , !
And six is hounding from the . chime, rime 'time
T 4 st.i . ar,4l4os the "Pruiii.bine Deneslain,
Or hear (11.11411 A jealcius.douht spout out,
Or Macbeth raving,at that shame.made blade.
Denying to hie fluidic clutch much touch
Or elite t. see Durcrow with wide stride ride
Four hoMes, as no other man can spin
Or in the.sinsli Olympic pit, sit split
Laughing at Liston while you qui: his pt ix.
•,,\ non night comes. end with her wings brings
things, , •
ouch as with, hie poetic tongue, Young sting;
rp,,. l es 0.101,4 with ita bright white lira,
And paralytic watclimen prowl. howl, growl,
About the atreets and tike up Poll-Mall 8 01.
Who trusting to her nightly jobs, rube fobs.
"Now thieves to enter on your cash, smash.
creih, - •
P id droutiv Chnrlnv in a Jeep sleep creep,
.114341 by Policemin B. J. nee,
And whit• they're 'pion. whieoere,l low, no go !"
Now Rus'• while felts aro in their beds, treads
odeop..rs wskirig, grumble. “Drat that cab!"
Whoin the stutter caterwauls.squalls; mauls
'nine feline foe, and screams in shrill
Now build of Bashan, of a prize size, rise.
In childish dreams. and with a roar gore poor
Georgy, or Charles, or Hilly, wily nilly ;
nut nurse-maid in a night-mare rest, chest.
Dreamer's of one of her old Amours, James Games.
And that she hcars--what faith is man's I--Ann's
A rid.his_florn Rey. Mr. Rice twice, thrice;
White ribbons flourish, and a stout shout out.
That upward goes, shows Rose knows those
bows' woes f Timm as HOOll.
BY MRS. BROWNING
She was not es pretty as women I knows.
And yet all your best, made of sunshine andsnow,
lk.ep Co shade, melt to nought, in the long-trodden
While she's still remembered on warm and cold
}ler air had a. meaning—her mnvement a grace,
You turned from the fairest to gaze in her lace ;
And when you had once seen het forehead and
You saw as eislinctty .or soul and her truth ;
Ruch a hhie inner light from her eyelids imtliroke,
Y.') looked At her silence and fancied ehe Mp.) , ;(l ;
tie4l alio did, so peculiar, and yet soft, was the
Though the loudest spoke also, you heard her
I doubt if she said to you much that could act
Alto thought or auggeritioir ; she did„ not attract,
!lithe grime of the Without and wipe, I infril
'lrma her thinking of other mit& von:think of
-.She never found fault with you ; never implied
Tom walla by her right—and yet men at her
%thew etolder, girls purer, as, through the whole
The, thihirea were gladder that pulled at her gown
Nnne•knelt et her feet es adorers in thrall;
They knelt wore to God than they used, that was
1r you praised her as charming. sucne asked what
Bin the charm of her pteseuce was felt where she
The weak and the gentle, the ribald and rude,
the Melt aside, found them and did them all good ;
/ft Mantis was au with her—see what you have !
bile hat made the grass gMener e'en here with aer
'reeve: . ' •
My clear one when thou wart alive with the
I held thee the'sweetest and loved thee the beet ;
And now thou art deed, 8113111 not take the part,
As thy smile used to do thyself, my sweet heart T.
Advice to 'Young Men, '
There are thousands of men who pea.
saps wealth which lias i ,been obtained at
the tiegleet of intellectual cultivation.—
, These would, give half their fortunes if
they - could be set beak and have the leis.
urc I.‘r inentul eulture which young men
re throwing nwuy. Let this be no longer.
Commence now to devoto on hour .or
two rich evening , to study. It may ho
dill:tilt at fi rst, but.it will he eahier asyou
proceed, and at length . will become the .
mist delightful of all your. enjoyments.—
The mind make., the man. Do not suffer
y•iiirs. to he dwarfed by too • much enjoy.
merit either in . business or pleasnre.—
'Whatever you do for. the cultivation of
your itotilloct will he permanent. Every
Jour expendedin this manner will return
you five hours of the must elevated enjoy
truant in after years. ,„„
Voris thts all. As yea become intelli
gent; your opptirtunities tar' usefulness
will increase add, you can ho the bane
factor of your race. With an increase of
usefulness' comes an increase of. emote-
'went. The bettor able you are to help
others; the better,qualified will
help yonrselves. ;De not then' trifle away
the hest years,' of your existence idle* and
frivolous .pleasures.,which will, only' de
grade you, and impair both your useful :
noes and suectiA in after life.
gargayqt. Puller somewhere, , beautifull y
says t--,. , 1t is a. marvel whence this per
lect,. flower ( the' water lily) derives its
oveliness and perfume, springing as it does
frotit`the black mud'over which the river
. 13 . 1 99 11 ; and where lurk the slimy eel and
Speeklad ;frog, and the mud turtle, whom
continual. washing cannot cleanse. It is
' the my imam black mud , out of which
the . yellow lily sucks its obscene life' and
• .:indisotbdodour,'Thos we see, too, in the
w9ol, • tbet some persons a.ssimilate only
Wititlki ugly Anti evil from , the same moral
cirountstanees which supply good and beau
tifuiresults—•—the• fragsnco of celestial go vr
, ers- rr to the daily life of others."
- - • •
A beititiftil ,
Woman, if poor, should use
a•dociblo. eiroutuspeotiou ; for. her beauty
will tempt others, her poverty herself.
A wipe, man PenrgTwA9ld in ep‘rit;
~ ,4144,k1 7 1 ) 10 siPl;,
At this word, which sways sixty mil.
lions of humph beings, the princes fell at
the feet of the czar.
"Yes, father, if I must- iell you, my
heart is,no longer my own; it is bestowed
upon a young mnn who knows it not, and
who shall never know it, if suoh bo your
wish. He has seen me but two or three
times at a distance, and we will noverspenk
to each , other if your majesty forbids it."
The Emperor was silent in his turn.—
fle grew pale. Three times he made the
circuit, of the saloon. Ho durst not ask
the name of the young man: •
llq who would have braved, for a caprice,
Elie innnarelis Of the wOrld . st the head of
their armies—he, with his oinnipotence,
feared this unknown youth, who disputed
with him the possession of his dearest
Is it a king ?" ho demanded at last.
"No, fat her."
"The heir of a king, at least I"
Grand Duke ?,"
"A son of a reigning family ?"
At each step in the descending scale,
the czar stopped to recover breath. .
"A. stranger ?"
The Emperor fell back into an armed
chair, and hid his face in his' hands like
Agamemnon at the netlike of Iphigenia.
"Is he in Russia ?" he resumed with
an effort. •
"At St. Petersburg ?"
"Yes, father." ,
And the voice of the young girl grew
"Where shall I see him ?" said the czar,
rising with a threatening aspect.
'•To-morrow, at the review."
"How shall I recognize him ?" repeated
the czar, with a stamp of the foot.
"By his green plume, and his black
"'Tis well. Go, my daughter, and pray ,
God to have pity upon that man." The
princess withdrew in a fainting condition,
and.the Emperor was soon lost it thought.
"A childish caprice," he said, at length.
"1 am foolish to be disturbed at it. She
shall forget it 1" and his lips dared not ut• 1
ter what his heart added. "It . ,must bo ;
for all my power *ould bo weaker than
her tears." •
On the following day, et the review, the
I czar, whose eagle eye embraced all at a
I glance, »ought and saw in his bettallions,
nought else than a green plume and a
black charger. He recognized in him,
who wor the one and rode the other, u
simplo , colonel of the. Bavarian light-horse, i
IMaximillian Eugene Auguste Beanhar
1101A, the Duke of Leutelitetibeig, young
est child of the son of Josephine (who Was,
for a brief time, Empress of France) . and
of the Auguste Anielie, daughter of Max-,
imilliano Josepli,-of Bavaria, ea admirable '
and charming cavalier, in truth ; but-as
far inferior then to Made Nocholoswa, at j
a simple soldier to an emperor. .
"Is it, possible," said :the-czar to him= '
self, as ho sent for the colonel, "with • the l
design of dismissing him to Munich.
:.,But at the ,moment that he was about tc
crush him with a word, he stopped at the
sight'of his daughter • fainting in 'her ea
!who. -- • -
, 'There is no longer a doubt," theught
the czar ; "tis indeed he."
-And.turniog his back upon tho stupe
fled strenger, he returned with ,Marie to
the imperial palace.
For six weeks, all that prudence tem
, pored With love 'aid severity, 'could' in.
spire, was essayed to destroy the imago
of the, colonel in the heart of the princess.
At the end of the first week she was' re.
Signed ; at the end of . the third week she
wept in public; at the end of the fourth
week she wished to sacrifice herself to her
father ; at the end of the fifth she fell I
sick; at the end of tho sixth she was dy
"Meanwhile the colonel, seeing himself
in disgrace at the court of his host, with. I
out daring to °odds to hittiself the cause, I
did not wait for his dismissal to return to'
his regiment.' Re was on the point of set
ting out for Munich, when an aid de camp A Getz. —We love to see 'a Wornitt tread
of the czar =me to . him.. I ing the high and, holy path of duty, un
"I' should•have set`out yesterday," ho ',blinded by sunAineuesearred by the storm.
saki o,himself; "I might have avoided There are Ituotireols, who' do so!frote the
iy4at, awAiits . me. Azthe first ft* save oddity.° the,grave, heroine» of endurzure;
yourself from the thuntlortiolt." for whom the world has never heard, but
The bolt in reserve fOr bttn .was the fol- i whose names will' be brighter hereafter,
lowing . . • • . • evinibesidtii the brightest.abgel;"
GETTYSBUItG, PA., FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19, 1855
fie was ushered into the•cabinet, *hero I 'Sour - AT rise Cincus. 7 tA rather unique
kings only' are allowed tweeter. ,The em - ; performance-et the Parisian Hilipodrome
peror,was pale, and hilt.,cycif wore moist, ' is"thus described :
but his air was fop and resolute ,
_I , .., . .
; "The ;introductory piece was a sort isf l
"Didotiel Duke," said he, enVeloping'ilkeipe for making soup it/ the most aP- 1
andpenetriting hini with bis glottal,.
1•'you; proved. style. The first : itho, entered the
are one of the . handsomest 'o ffi cers ' in Ea
/ atone was a cook, ' with shtige knife four
rope... It "is said, also , and I believ it
; - a '-' ' feet long,' Directly' lolloWing ' him, were
true, that you . possess an elevated: miad, . I
thorough :education, a lively' taste for th:, four boys, dressed in redtights and clOse
arts, ;a noble heart, and ttloYal character.— j fitting - ehirts, with caps tilAreen leaves, to
represent as many, radislicp. There . watt
What think'you of the grand duchess, v
133 ,- ' no retstatingthein fot any,other vegeta
daughter,. Marie 1 Niatikowna ? -' ; -
life; ljehind ; them rode,four turnips, - -
This; point blank ..qbes t ion : , dazzled the ;
yaung map. '; It is time to say ;that he ad.; Then came carrots, pua4kins; . aqinishes,
!and several ladies representing the differ
mired, adored, the princess, without' being ; ent apeeka . n r, W a d, ,Illel carne beets,
folly aware of it. - A simple mortal adores (me l ons, leeks, and mushroems--the whole
an angel of Paradise a s au artist adores the i
ideal of beauty.bor,
covered in the rest hy,spverel boys
"The`Princess Mario; sir!" exclaimed ; 1 representing red peppers; It was as odd
he, reading at last hie Own. heart, without I lan exhibition as WO liatieiPen, and render.
ed interesting by the siogillarlyelose man
daring to read that of the czar.;- - i.your I; oar hi,
angel would crush me if I told yea what ,I whieh nature waejmitated by. the !
1 dressing and general making.of the differ
think of her, and I ShOuld die of joy if you ; en t
permittednie to say it." • „ ' ': ; 1
vegetables. A child ti one . side,'six;
years''ld called out ait'i ay passed, the;
"Iroulove her ; 'tis well,". resumed name of micli'vegetable•reiresented.
'the czar, with a benignant smile ; and, the i
royal hand, from which the Mike - was ii- "As soon as- they, weiei,all in the.ring,, l
I the cook commenced to.miS them together,!
waiting the thunderbolt, delivered - to the i . hy riding in every dirktilln. At four'
colonel the brevet of general aid-de-camp points in the circle stood Nur difforent veg.
of the emperor, rho bruvets- of - ooton'and - k etables Of enornious iiiii - 1"" ; tine was a main-'
ant of the cavalry of the guards,
Of chief of the third an. immense arrot--"attd the
and of; moth Melon—windier a jig pumpkin—l
the regiment of the hussars;
the corps of the cadets, and of the mining f ourt h a beet. As the.cnnk rode around,
engineers; of president of the academy
°I. : he' stuck his long knife' to each, and am
ens, and member of the academy of scien-; tint; a string which hod them „ p , th ey all
CCA of the universities of St. Petersburg, ! expanded.
14111.1 A j out aal putil a monkey !NM
of Moscow, of Keasan, of the council, at . each, dressed a la cook; nd cut for home
limo military schook &e. All thin, with i lik e goud fellows on ilidir hind le ge. It
the title of imperial highness ) and sever- I
al millions of revenue. was a comical scene, atilt!delighted the
"Now,” said the czar to the young man, 1 young folks amazingly." _ ._. .
Who was beside inimself with joy, "will
you quit the service of Bavaria, and be
come the husband of the Princess - Maria ?''
The younginfficer could only fall on hi,
knees, and bathe with his tears the band.
of the emperor.
"You see that I alqo love my daughter,"
said the father, pressing hill B°ll4u-taw in
The 14th July following. the grand
duchess was restored to health—to !Up—
end' the Beauhornoiie de Leuebtenberg
pouued her in tho presence of the repre
sentatives of all the royal families of Eu
Such an act of paternal love merited for
the czar and for his daughter a eeritury of
happiness. Heaven, which has its secrets,
had ordered otherwise. On Tuesday; 11).
vember sth, 1852, the •Duke of LeuCh.
tenherg died, at the age. of thirty•tive—
worthy to the last, of his brilliant destiny,
and leaving to 3larie Nicol6emu:4 eternal
All the YeaugOnePs nr
again - dispute the prise of her hind ; but
she has been too happy as a wife to consent
to become a queen.
SIR ISAAC NEWTON—AN EXAMPLE FOR
Buys.—ln the middle of the seventeenth
century there was an Efigilkh buy of mean
and diminutive appearance. and behind all
other boys, of his, age. lie was constant
ly at the foot of his class, and verily it was
believed that this boy would beciatite a
bungler of some kind, aor surely:the soul
of learning was not in him.
At the age of twelve a change was
wrought in the character and hit tuns of
the youth that hail never olnained a. "re,
' ward of
.riterit s 7 and was repro!' both
by teacher and . , scholar as an inferior.—
At 'this time an` alterckion ton place be
tween this backward boy and the one above
hinyin•the dash; whereupon the latter tree
fed him with indignity and.viMence.
Ttie pride of the boy was outraged..He could not revenge the insult with a
blow, because he was "too-weak to cope
with 'his oppoilent physically. How,
then. shall he humble his assailant t He
resolved to surpais hint in study, to get
above.him in his class and there remain,
,look • down upon his enemy, and clip
from him the laurels he. so indiscreetly
wears. He resolved—accomplished; be
came a must devoted scholar ; ciimmeneed
a • carper of glory ; and Sir Isaac Newton
appearedf ivith.a key to unlock the ntyi,
teries of minion mid urdraft a true chart of
MRS. PARTINOTOS ON Mmutimm.—
•j "It ever I'm ntarriol," said Ike ? looking
upfront the blok he was reading, end kiek
ettergetically—"if ever' I'm married,"
—t , Don't speak of. marriage, !sane, -till
,you . aro old enough to understand, the bond
' that binds two congealing sank. People
mustn't speak of marriage with impurity.
It is the first thing ehildren•think 'of now
a-days, and young boys in pinanforas and
'young girls with their heads frica . seediatoi
spittoon citiV, en 3 full of love-siek stories,
are, talking ofraatriage before they get in.:l
Ito their teens. Think of such ones got
ting' married l Yet' there's Mr. Spaid,
when Heaven took his Wife sway, wont
right to a young ladios' cetnetory • and got
another, uo more fit to be tho heatlof a 111
• family hen I am to'be the hoard of Mayor
land Aldertrian." She tapped the now
souffbox that her friend, the colonel, had
given'her, with,her eye resting upon the
gold heart inlaid in the lid, as ,if hearts
Were trumps in her mind St' the tint!,
while Ike, without finishing his seutsnee,
kept on with hie reading, .accompanying
himself with a pedal performance on the •
stove dmir, and a clatter upon' . the round,
of his chair with the handle, of a' fork in
his left hand— &semi Post. •
Daniel Webter psed ,to relate that in a
suit he receiver ehhteen (tAll NCH fora vast
amount oflubor, hat, afterwards was eni
ployed.in an eiraatljr shriller eitie; and re
ceived a fee of fivothousanddallaralhongh
he pacd the saute brief that he, had prone.
red for the fir ease.,
"FEARLESS AND FREE."
A 'Sox or TOE GREAT NAPOLEON BE
FORE SEVASTOPOL.— ktsaid that Gen
eral Canrobert is believel to be the son of
the Emperor NapO'n L of ;M
lco . , and adame
de Rainey. Ile paievid tVe early, portion
of his life in the enjoyment of the ease and
insouciance which a largo'fortune can be
stow,- end . it Was not Until
called .from his
life of dissipation to attend upon' the dy
ing bed of his mother tlizit'he learned the
secret of his . birili: -- iiinnedhitelv,, not
.tieneSsiim of fortune.sud
denly acquired by his :wither's death, not
withstanding. the habit of idleness and lux
ury he had indulged in ever,since his birth,
lie declared thatorith. such blood in It is
reins, she Amnia scorn t;-i, remain inactive.
lie instantly sat nut for . /I,4liers hi a vol. i
unteer i;i the Chas:,eirrs,}dad has risen by
slow degrees to the station be now. occu
pies._ The moral effect ot, his relationship
to the Oreat Napoleon litis, been immense
upon the troops under his command, a n ti
i!litibied . .)ll . ol 10 obtain nn4tmendeticy which
AN At.r.aonaY.L--A wiser being dead,
and fairly interred, reanitt to the hanks of
Stix, desiring to he interred over along
with the oilier ghosts. Charon detauttided
his fare and was ottrprisnd in see the:n[Ber,
rather than pay it, Hiroo himself in tjte
river and swim over to the outer side, not.
wittletanding 'all the elninefand opposition
that could he wade to-hint.
All 'rartarkts was in an uproar ;. and
each of the lodges' was' meditating some
plinichittent Initehlo In a crime of 'such
dangerous einnferjupitcee ti) the infernal
revenueir.' • • •' •
'.Shall he be chained to tin) rock'with
Prometheus ? or tremble ,betow the preci
pice 4t eompany-, with the. Da!k ? or
essiii Sisyphus in roltiighis slime " .
."Nti, " Minos, "hone of thetie ;'we
Must invent some severer puttishibent.—
Let Itimiur.setit hick to'earlb, to , see the
weeltis'heirs are making,olhis'rieltes."
ECLIPSES IN THE YKAR • 1855.—There
will be this year four eclipses, two 'of the
sun and two of the moon.
The Fireit- r 4 total eclipse of the moon:
May, lbt at.lo o'clock 58 minutes, in the
evening ; visible.
The Second—A partial eclipse of the
son, May_ 19th at 9 o'clock '9 minutes in
the eyetiing,--invisinleitere. Only visible
towards the North Pole, blreenland and
the north part , -uf .North Asaerlca, latitude
Tlke,Third. 7 4.total &Ohs° of the ninon
October, 2fith 2 o'clock s ,Bs Miohloo
the evening, inyisible.
Lite Fourth- 7 A partial "eclipse, of the
inn, November 9th at 2 o'clock, 39 mitt
tiles in the afternoon ; invisible here, and
only visible at the'South Pole. • ,
Tun fRYINO-PANS.- NiMol4' Journal
ativilses - COngress to pass an net dir:eeting
'every frying-pan in the country tolie bro..
ken up.Ond.sold tor 01. l iron, and that no
more he tortnufaettired forever.;;. It is al•
legetl that frying is the most unwholsome
mode nrcooklog, as it,saturttee 'the food
tiviili fat or-bittier. reittlers'it tough, covers
it with empyreum oil, and makes hinter
ly tie:fit for The human stomahli; No dys
peptic should ever eat anything hied,. nor
any person desirous of avoiding berodiyig
one. L'et life, rood 'he boiled,' roasted,
hakeill—anything but 'fried—if it
is'desirable to avoid ilitriptilty of digestitin
and extending, huntanlifo.
Smrientsias;--Selfishness is poverty ;
it is the.most utter destitution of a human
being.. It can bring , nothing to his relief ;
jt,adds soreness to.his, sorrows ; it shar
pens his pains ; it aggravates all the losses
he is liablo to endure, and whedgoaded
to extremes, often turns destroyer and
strikes its lest blows on himself. It giiey
us nothing to rest in or dy to in trouble ;
it turns our affections on ourselves, self ott
self, as the sap of the tree descending out
or season from its heavenward branches,
and making nnt only its life useless, but
its.growth downward. -
AN. IMPORfANT miserly
Dutch millionaire, Who recently 'died et
.Antitertlam, by a singular opiss;ou of
the word priest—where he intended to
make a bequest of 20, florins, to every
Roman Catholic priest in' Ainiterdarn—
boa unfortunately for the' heirit, given a
legacy:of that amount to • ; every Roman
Catholic in thateity. .This ,tvillregaire a
sum of,sbout 1,Q00.0.00 florins Forty , or
fifty, millions, however, 'will still' be left
as a coilsoistionitt the helm "..
A worry grave Hexortatlon.
I believe you isn't married. Ned?
Yon doesn't know the sweets
Yet nits upon that happy mate.
'Yen man and woman meets.
The humilities 'arm emotions, Ned,
The drops,within the eyea '
The nice sashed things, th'e darn'd Medias,
And all them tender tics.
You don't know vet it is, Ned,
'Vile lying In your bed.
To gaze On Candid roman's form, '
Vile the breakfast things is spread
Yen you don't vent to got up, Ned,
The river feels so nice;
And sho says,"take another tr up,
And this here t'etherldice."
Vile the Ore ie burning bright, Ned,
And all'upon'the chair,
Your linen and your drawers, Ned,
lihaneing up to air.
• I axes every heart.' Ned,
'Vat isn',t, made of steel, 4.
If they canine upon that Pre, •
And nut a vamping feel."
Oh werry few indeed. Ned,
;Knowe.when they're truly happy;
Yon the baby Watched in, Ned..
To kiss it'o lazy peppy I
"You little , teny, peney
Its mammy—sum and eat her ;
You besardhilho—it was so thereof,
It couldn't be no thweeter...
"You dud,' a beellitengel;
!eras if. poppy's hair! -
Take fingers oat , of poppy's cup—
Don't cry, then, ilmmeteet--there. -
Oh. lie Ito spill sltpsppy's tea 1
You nauality. ducky, dsudy, .
Owny. dony, vogsni. !motley.
Thwect as sugar candy '''
Oh, Ned ! there are some moment* Ten
The aterneat honk will quiver
Jut let that batty spill your lee,
Vile your're beneath the kiver.
YUJI little hand yithio ynor hair, •
The Collier in your cup;
Don't wonder if we ettnotimos feel
Qs R ye euuld ' , eat eat
.Erery 111ah•lalis own Lawyer—Sett.
• Defence Triumphant. •
At the last t ermri of the Qrattge co. ($.
Y.) court. the following ease was Medi
upon which the jury waraddressed by the
defendent who had concluthid to appear in
his own defence f ; • • •
The pelfiVE vs. James .1111erlori.—This
was a very, interesting ease, rendered so
from,i'm filet that the._ defentletWattied as
"his own la‘tiver" . on.. the trial,: 'without
having the advantage, of . being one of the
legal fraternity. •
• Ilis .'isuin ming up," of
whirls tve are 'able to give nearly a .verbat.
tin report, with the ereeption of the 4i:to
pic," was , decidedly, _Nei' and afford.
ed much amusement for the legalgentle
mbn. present. The facuyastlividgOopoa
the trial; are briefly as follows':--The de
leuileut is initha employ of the Moitgaup
Fovreittlitog mull:tort Jervis,plahlt
read cminpany, as a toll gatherer, and- re ,
sides upon the rcad,. some miles Rom
'Port Jet Via. 'He and the
Mr. Dodder, are near. neighbors.
On a , Solidity in Fehrnary% lastohe -de.
lentlent saw ilia complainant in the uct of
heating his (defendant's) enws.almig the
highway, and al an inducement tor him to
quit. hurled a few HIOHS at him,- one of,
%Oath, as the•nomplainatit testified, strtick '
him on the hack of the neck. , -•
. The • testionnity• being e.oncluded, the
iletindent addressed the jury as ;
Gi:NTLEMEN, UP ,T,111; JURY !--4 i
kliniV witch abotilla'w, anti . since:the irie r
has been going on I itHire.amiclutfeil that 1
.ought . to , knoW a Sills more.. tiught toff
apologize _perhaps, fo r . appearing -lit my
own defence, H9ll - I (10 so by, telling
you that I feed one lawyer and hired a•
mother, hi this assn,, but they both * came
up missing when-I needed. .
suppose I might have
of some of these other of the lawi'. 7 l
that I see around me, but having been
-cheated by two of 'em; I concluded to go
it ..tin my own hook;' anti (tore . I itU . 1
want to tell you :gentlemen. 'before. I go
further, that , it is
,not My fault-- that this ,
ease is here taking up the time•of this hens'
arable court.. think' you will, give rite
'credit for telling the trothoyhen I say' 'hat
.it ought io have hoer tried before a justice
of the peace; it being better adapted to the
capacities of. such court their this atm.—,
Alter this difficulty Roister did jet a Ayer.;
rant for me fruit, Scfnire'Quildebeek over
io Deerparte; fiti• then ehaigiid thaii had
assaulted him,-but five or sir months-hes
freshened his memory, and he now .says
that I had assaulted, and bettered filth. I
believe there is sonic difference between
the two charges.
Dodder says he swore-to the complaint
before Squire Cuiltlebecl4 and I. leave it
for yeti to, stay whetherhe tells the truth
now in saying that I battered hits." .1 . was
taken by a constable before and
either betiattee the jiiitiee was'ashamed of
what he had already dtine, or -hadnt time I
•to attend to it,.l don't know which, at went
down. , Two ur three weeks. aster I was
arrested again, and my wife haying been
confined; I thought it hest,like a &Alio',
husband, to: be-around butti, so I got rid of '
it by giving secerityior my appearancelo
You know, gentlemen. that. I am in the
employ of the Illongaup Valley.. Forest
burg and Port Jerviis plank road company,
as a gate keeper. This' ;company,- it
semi, had. sufficient. confidence in my in
tegrity and bottesty as, to place me in that
Important station, and:even it I should re
'oeise $3060 and steal $l5OO of. it, that's
between me and the coinpany, and it's
none o f Dodder's business. Now ;when
the company sent me up along. this road
to colfect tolls, this Dodder was one of the
inhabitants 1 foniOl there in the woods, and
I.will say for him that he is very fair
i'pecimen of the rest'of ihe.population:--
But there isn't any-of them that. sewn to
appreciate, all tile : benefits of this plank.
'li let out to civilization a class of people
who never hafore realized the' idea that
there wag- such a thing as civilized life,
and this Dodder is,one of them. It is a
fact that soon after I moved therp,,a young
woman seventeen year. clidt cum_down
out of the mountains or
~the plankroad.one day, and said Shehid'never been out
before: She fairly' seeined surprised to
see a white man, ant! af)er aiikint a few
queations want back inte the woods.—
. , ..
This Dodder was ,my nearest neighbor the passen..ers was a wide*. MeirYAllet;
and a geed deal neater than I wanted him. I ton.'with tier time fatherleas children. and,
and I hadn't been there lung before t heard ; I am del:ended from that Puritan stOek,t'
that he was lying-shoot-me to •one . .ir the I - and trim that day to this:therehas Weyer
directory, anal sport-found that he wanted , heed an Allerton who hadn't Yankey
to get his son, who . was sworn here a- spirit enough to stop a Dodder from poling'
gainst me.. in my place. But he hasn't his rows. Pm done." (Here the l'aegli- ,
done it yet, and if you don't convict me. I ir.g and shouting were exceedingly Iroise
reckon he won't very soon:- • . terms: in which all participated, end it
Nlt won't take long io dispose of dodder' woe seve ra l 'minutes, despite the'repeated
o. 2. • He testified that he saw me throw cries of "order, order" by the court, before'
three stone, at his father. and saw the "old order could be restored. Our eloquent&
man ; dodge." • On lifi'eross examination, usually unvanquishable district attorney,
he snYs.--hu was in U. own house in the fearing to - cope with so formidable an an
woods, and hail to look over a hill twenty tagonist, merely remarked : "ft is a plain
feet, high. and also over, three slab fences case," &e., and left it to thejury, who'
and two stone walls.
Well, if he tells the pinmptly brought in a verdict • • of- "Not
truth, all I wish is. that I Imo young Dod- Guilty." Mr. Allertrin certainly deserver
der's eyes. He is certainly a remarkable_ judicial promotion, and we move that he
bait and can't consistently. deny his i r . ao .. o i nte d crier of t h e court. ) '
, . r
"father." .' -"
• 1 um w il l i ng to admit t h at I done wrong ! ANicairtion or 1112 Otter•ortooe Is..
to throw Stone's at Dodder. and apologize . mans.—The Panama livald ' protester
to all the world 'and this court particular- to learn fmns "good authority," that a tree-.
has been made between the United ly, for it, The &dors - tell us that there: lY
are two causes - tor all disease's, ore di er ,„„i.: States and Ecuador. by, which the loafer
don, sold excitability ; -I think •it was the, cedes her sovereignty over the Galloper*
latter'etiton; that moved me to stone Hod- erne? of Islands to the Unite' States far
der. ' I' thereleteconferis myself guilty of the sum of three millions of dollars. It it
the assitultbilt the battery I drug ; and it 1 further alleged that rich deposits of guano :
y ou gu l t .t u e '0144' or Abe . assault I. will of good quality, have been discovered nor,
appeal Irwin - the'deeildon of -the coirrt to the Islands ; that Ecuador is badly in rant
Hi g h B eare , i tse lf b e r me I w ill su b mit ' of money, and that General Valerie!, the .
to irc' - . ''. - . i Ecuador ambassador at Washington, °wile
Now, gentlemen you saw Mr, Dodder !one of the largest Islands. and wants to ,
and heard him swear against me. r ae k.. : sell. The group lies directly under the
nil him a great many queetions. - and I was equator, some five or' six hundred miler
sorry to hear hire answet as be did. I from the cnast of the continent, is *Milani*
might have asked him if he didn't kill rot' " in character, and numbers ten Wands...t
ent, andif he.didn't shine nay ehickensi'-There are said to he -not testi then tww•
because they trespassed iii his woods,tsbere; thousind volcanic craters in the Islands f
actuallythe,rocki are eo thick that the; S TRI%OTH .- :----- --' v
--ft is virtue atone
brakes can't find there way t h r o ug h them; •
• •Inch ran render us superior to Fortune ;",
hut then I kneW he would deny it. and t: Ve
• il rd andthe combat '
we quit her sten a , tie
weer(' grieve me to hear him. He atheits
no longer equal. Fortune mocks ur ;she
that lie was drivjeg illy three cows up. the ,
turns on her wheel ; she raises and abases'
road, "and d 'di he '
an at strucL one ens, hu t'
at her , pleasure,but her '
power is foam,-
says it was‘a entail switch, • -I bare proved! us ,
weakness. Thi s - old'
that this small 'twitch. was-a pole :shout ten .e' on her
t' ell evil, but it is not incurable ; there fit
t feet lone and' &met three inches. across the •
a nun and elevated mind cannot
but end, and I have also proved that when ' no thing - . - • '
omplish. T he discourse of ,the Woe . ,
he struck, the Otter fell. -It - is-true my wit- a a n ce d h study of good -books ;are the best,
ness coultlfet. nweirr that the stick hit her.:..,,,„, ur , " lei I know of • but to these w 2 moat
he 'metal° fir - o ff , het take the blow and 10-3
.theeg '. h I ._ . t
tn . consent
. ot t
. e sod ~ "milieu
the faittoirether,'ned we 'can guess the 'tofu J
` . lf you, . which the best advice will be mselersraea
rest. If. gentlemen , should see me. p h
point a gun - at a'maii - und:pult the trigger.l
• drare .
see the flesh and the' report. and a' thei Besorteur..—We - find the folleraegiii"
- - -va
same time see the mall drop; I think yoteTnectlote in - the editor's table of ihelitis
would say that I sit n i bin:, although . ynu • uark number of Graham . :,, '
inight . hei see thittball strike him. ' t "We know a beautiful little bltre.tryld
'le - w, the'faci,is,gentlerien, than on Sun. 'girl, of come three yelir old, she tire
. . ,
!day I weslynig on my lounge in anrhouse nestled in her nedher's arms, at, 1 .-eli.
_my " wile said to inn that bodder i light, looking out at the stars.- ' '.
woo' eliaseig my cows. - Ijitrapeit up'anit 1 Mother. said she, it is getting dark." ;'•
pulled .. en my - hoots and went out of deem; And what makes it dark,‘, Cerelietrt
and saw Dodder. .and O l e cpws.cuiniu g up said her mother.
.. . :
the road.' ! t is true, he says he was nutßecause his shuts . eYeas :retail
I (hieing ' them, bitt says he and the emirs, the ntlie - Inlel."
,was "both coming along the road in one di- r
rect ion;mel dile was as near -as I could`
I get him ,to the covet: or the truth; but ...t .
his been proved that the_covre were going .
lahead, of him, HO lie was following after
then), ' striking at them. with: .this ludo'
switch, ten feet long and three inches re
eress'the but. and " I reckiM you'll think het
I.teas "driving', diem. I sung out to him,
Podilcr,, itiiii r het
.he didn't obey niy
order, and I just threw a some hi that di-'
reptitin..e. Inch went iihnet ten feet over his
head ;at the tie. time guing tow ard liiiii.:
while he was comin - g toward me. He;
paid no allutition;•: and I sung out again,;
"Dothler,•step !" still he- didn't mind me,)
and Jlien I just , threw, another stone ;but
on he came am! on I' went, 'and I threw i
the third stone, which he says hit him in,
thtfback. '4l neck, but - which I think is ra
ther. strange, as we were going toward
each other 'as fast as me could go. But!
he never slacked up, end by this time wet
were . within about eight feet foam each
other.' I belted and hollered at the top tif:
my, voice, "Dodder, why iii don't you
atop !"' about then he did stop. and raised I
ide, ten foot ywitch as if to stike ine---I '
sang out: "Mr Dodder, hick out ! You
may .tvollep, toy cows, but if you wolltip i
mt.: with that swdeli,'you'll wollup an an-
anal that'll hook !" [Here the orator made'
an appropriqt t 3 gesture a the here."- as. iii
the . act of hookieg, which was followed
with himidminia shoitot and laughter; that
continued .i•eyeral minutes.]
Nor, .geittleinen, if you convict me, this
court can fine 1125,0 mid jeg me for six
months, nod if pun really think I ought to
,eouvieted of thin assault, say_ so.. for I
ant' in laver el living up to. the Jaws, : as
long.as they art:laws, whether it is the fu-
Olive Aare late:ll6f 'Nebraska bildni the
excise laws. I wilt read you a !Miele*,
however, which I have just eeen in a hook
'here-"—(the speaker here picked up a law
•book and read la follows.: ) "every- man
has ea . :iglu to .defend himself from perso.
I dal-violence." .: New I dont know whe
ther this Is laW or 'net, but I find it in a
law bihik (A vet e ran ineinber of the bar
• whowis Bitting near' the speaker retnark-
•ettio him that it was goon law.) Now ifl
you will turn to ,Barhour something, page.
399, you'll•find that the same doctrine is
applied to cattle—(ereat laughter). There- I
fore; I take it.'l 'hail a - right to - defend(
my rows against Dodders 'ten loot switch.
Why, gentleman. nearly alt mt wealth is
invested in them three cows, and you eau's
Wendel that I became a little excited when
I saw Dodder swotliking tht:in wit his ten
fiun' pole. ' I ant ti poor Man. and have a
large family, consisting of a wife and six
children, whieli I 'reckon is doing pretty
well- for-as 'sins It . - a man as I•aiti, and I
could not atrordto•- let Dodder kill my
cows 1.-'-' ' i
Now, gentlemen. I dont belitye you'll
convict me; what I have'said. But if
you do, an Med this court tines 8250, ••I
shell repudiate," because . 1
:And if 1 am jugged tor six.mouths. why
,these, Dodders have. it all their 'own
way up (here. , But notwithstanding all
this, 1 am willing to risk myself in your
,hands, and if you think :1 ought to have
stood by and not done.any thing, when
saw Dodder' hammering my' cows, why
then I am "gone in,". 101 l gate and all.
• It is true. . I Cm a poor man, bat
mean one. 'rhe name of. Allerton can be ,
traced to the iti,try Plower ;_ !hag she larl-1
'dad the Pilgrims ou Plymouth Boa? am°llll
TWO ix)ueto rza
NIMBEE X 46.
OM Chanticleer awakes' in the morn•
ing, flaps hi* wings, vociferates at the - tip
of his voice—Women ride r
media•ely a neighboring master anevierir
--Sn they do " This is no winn
er uitcred than a third resPands st eoln
distanre---“841 they dri
wh-ere!" arnman's rightilera it
is significant; for old Chanticleer is a keen
observer, and knows,
. When Raphael was engaged in painting
his celehratecl frescoes ; he was visited .by .
two cardinals. who began to eriticiatclhis
work. and to find fault. withont'understan-
cling it. '.The Apostle , Paul has too reds
face." said one. •'He blushes to see into
whose hands the church has fallen. 7 staid
the indignant artist. • •
Say what yttu will of old maids, their
lose,is generally more strong and sincere,
than that of the . young milk-a rf . -sistir
creatures aflame Ileum vibrate! between Ilia•
joys of wedlock and the diseipatirine•ol the ball .•
r00m... Until the young heart : d #113.0 1 / 4
man is capable of settling firmly and it
clasitely on nue object. her love is . likiet
May shower which makes 'rainhotes but.
fills no cisterns. •
Aunt Rosy was dividing a minee.pie
along the boys, and when 'Jim, who had
wickedly pulled the cat's tall, 'nuked • for
hie share, the dame replied, "No, 'Jim,
you area wicked boy, and the Bibb siao
there is no peace for the wicked."
A lIINT.—Wear your learning,: like
your watch, in a private pocket, and don't
pull it out to show that you have one ; but
it you are asked what o clock it te;tell
The "big druM" of the bard of every
Austrian 7egintent is drawn by a dog ib *
neat little earl. The drums are p,laeed
endways in the. cart. the drummer walks
behind, and taps away:
Take the hand of the friendlevi ; smile
on the sad and dejected ; sympathise with
those in tr . ouhle ; strive every where to dif
fuse around you sunshine and joy.; • U
you do-this you will he sure to be beloved.
The first child born in the city nt ,
rence, Kansas, has bet;n callec‘ I f itw•
ranee, and a public meeting !Hui toted hiip
a good town IoL
When in company of sensible men we
ought In be doubly eautinua of talkiiiittipi
touch. lest ye lose two things—iheirgoo4
opinion and oar own imprommetit.
Recently, in Louisville, Ky.. a pair •of
elk. were driven through the streets, bar.
wooed to a buggy.
The most valuable crop in the Qni bd
States. is Indian corn—three tunes as TO
vale et wheat or cotton.
The gold enined since the diseoray A -
California amounts to $251,664.29b50'*-
11 is proposed to light the stria*. ot
city not a thihtsand miles from Symons
,with retl.heedeil girls. 14 we lived : Am'
we'd play tipsy ogr . sy nighe r sod hot the.
All noble enthusiasms poi dworilkp
feverish Ear. - grow wiser mil AM
yenionn. from the forests. le ither A
er thin beef. eimthllo 400..6•T‘, ; „
• • • • . 't • ,