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; •cf.i.•;-• irctignfitasion
Thy tray;rtn•fitililig '•
Indeed it l felt it-so,- •
.••••r , l'or'all•seemeasifkins' 2 moiher, - t*
I'.-A4r9Yielloaks. have coaledito gloiv.
Just pTi co yourlandppon my heart,.
• ; Rovi l ivila'6'pulsee
They'll soon be still-1 know they will,
And then mysleep--how sweckl •
0 raise me your arm, mother;
That Finn ateh'iltebreflie,
Ha feel itt .hhmath of ,balm Mother, •
Fresh from the leafytrees.
The fl owers are Xll orjoy, , •
, 'flow ridh the lilacs :bloom I •
And see illy .rose—how sweet it blows—
• .' YOn'll bear it to my tomb I .
ITisltierry:"MaY for icime, Mother,
Their joyous laugh I hear;
With-happy songs they come, mother,
•. Whosesong 06 me lie* dear I ' 1
0,, lot. them sing them by my . bed,
I'm Sure 4 tWill soothe, my imin;
'Twill hover round Me when I'm dead,
That wild yet pleasant strain.
,The light becomes. more dim, mother,
I cannot see your face—.
My brain begins to Swim, rnothc;r,
Ilv limbs grow cold apace;
An lingers bonding from the skies,
He, says that 1 must corho
O. mother ! dry your tearful eyes, •
IM going to my home !
'fly grace of childhood clings to,thee
AP thY maturing youth,-
The womnn-looks are eloquent
With purity and truth ;
Au 1 in thy geptle,oiien there is
senadfastne a ts of !tern.
.Thent.harc been rocks as richly brown,
4fieeks flint blushed a rosipr hue,
'And rnarble:white :
Jtat neiTi",o4lo - whose beauty stirred
• „t,Tholtiitirtlo nio're detight.
F.•prossion such us thine it was,
As beautilal told
That,' Alttelnei of the night,
( - peal 'theinti titer ntijca ;'
litwfde 'cahruss 'thefitning of
Ilsnos-NA•and het-child: • .
- The salad ittliled placid .
• "tvitle °pill 'to the ekv; '
Tien% mirror's in its weitere all
.T.lte.changing world,on high!,
Attn,,, the stars, the wandering bird,
" I •s• ileth by
` l *-IVo ttirteAtiit wholir.left of heaven, ,
ifitchoret;tain on earth,.
44 11'lut fiutn , no.livigg copies take
pnage of their worth;
plitaie created perfeet by
are - tliein birth.
Years ago,' Out in. the coma l•part of t he
Stara of New Yorlci ha a.distriet but sparse
ly • settled -at idler.•lime through which
passed, a great high-mad:leading ''to the
• Wo-tward,t,' 'etuigrant;fixed upon a lo
- 'cal habitation, . • . •• - • , •
'l'he at wellers , in that humble tenement
huilt of un hewn hugs, were two ; and they
were youn g in life and bope ' end 'young.
it. that blev.e , l reliving which made, them 1 ,
one in iltfsil'alla
rICEOWer"MIIiIj• . acres within
t h.. oil el oti
pure nier:l'd that unpret'ehtiiiig
altrellitig;i nal' were of
. geoid soil,
and .alie hardy' !mat tid in an reaped his
rew ;rd fr'orn' theni; (rein Year to yes.r.
Tlic Wiiiier fire hlasCd brilkly on the
:mink: 'hearth,' the' i'n'o4n ran' an&the
night air was keen and hi•ir.l; "withnut, as
the IWO set aide Jay, Ade talking of their
future plans. us it wana.twer their wont to
t:. ! ,„ The wife drnw neater , , to her bus-;
,b.i ad.'s eltair, es t tough •the -hinni•bntwenn
thou ,4as growing stronger., words
were itattare4 io„u..lowor tone, as though
the night might hold mysterious.strangers
Iv la, would catch the sound of her• voice,
a- she revealed 10 him the pent-up thoughts t
which had bf late ocenPied: her:mind and
grown daily to be regarded niore and tunre
in the 'light of n. certainty that liar
est'hopui would "raV long tui realized.'
"We have lived;" :she haid,'"and striv
en together, and we have prosperdd;` and
lknw Irepy fhaq we be,whfn.Freeidenee
haswycn tap a richer Towatratin one tt.) grew
up.and,Sbere these,,blCsategs with its I"„
, Oh the,tielight, that wax kindled, up.
94, 11 1Rt,P 0 ,:ii 3 ( 1 ,; Wen4t's, rutlitet fneev .an
f olic talked to ham besidq her, in Whispers.
of tieing a another. - Trap
,iyert Atm a, tip
man to thy nature, to thy busbatd, anti to
thy-eaantrytt. aniffee thiw,thou *Orb above
all prioe4-priculessa ;• •
•., Seed.timer•and , harveit eatrii and Went!
for sixteen. yearso and the huabandniatt'e
atore-tanisea grow !Tll9l'o add more-. Corpu- ;
lent with the product of each , season's la-
.bers,und he was forehanded. The built
hie tenement' unheani• , legs had passed'
away, and en, its alto a more stately, man
The' Wit ‘ tr.who'bad' helped Plan'lliat
W6'l4ol'Blll, bad also 'ceased to be ; and in
her'etitiqtlititeWitiinie'far More staieli,
in all else unlike the mother. The 'llan.
.PiPTl , O.f.diaA,4l , 4*4 l nig , , had ,oIPPINIsPed
away. .11(01 one now to talktapti plan
, With im t WoeniiilO; holwfe . tione; lie
had;it'ilattgliter: fait 'Nvennini if
is true—the one that he land the wife had
4.914 1 „ :•UPPaI:-*htg-'t she; WO a
litTlla4Ateghtinse-girl,.and could , ittf.l3o
^TOPttri4gke':pi*ge ofeher. who had left,bim
.ROPPllit4VfeAnartl9y.t/one.a. , •! •
.1449r0•Ynartl ihndi .!panned away in
Ittat: n:90.909. 4,ritil fie ? sodlthe home that had
kaat tl.V,,taPaitt,. the hepos•aud energy , of;
pritnigi . 4114 mesed•from hisitande, nod
Lhe fAther anti the' daughter , were-in.; the
ly still ; the other ~ was. gayer and; more
thoughtless than ever before. The pan
, lion !ofveriWice, ,, witiob -,gretirs':with age,
,seiredt Open. the' one s '. iat the Asinine of any
, s ti nitt i an. to, a better , feeling ;• while the
excitement of glittering pomp and' show
fed. :the) impulse of , the unreflecting
dteariLthat.knew little of the: world arid
t• • ;
Ni,Thelathei and:the daughter grew more
and i mora.nuleving, nfor there , was little
teyinpellty.bettreett them, • and they • were
u.sepiretedi A Far , heffee...,upon , the.. golden
:,short; :Iteasenght• to drew; hit oorro.ws , ib;
lieediotthe-tieky remaining impulse to to
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- 4 . 914 4Pt-il brftaThiltad iltuleed , enward,
an the daughter k a o e FFll le a,w,,ife : , , ,
iiltga- ciao lr' a summer over l ie&
and 'the'bfisbatid lid -i' f etnintid ' frees tint
business cares Of the day-tolfii ` beusehoid
and his wife. The night, gre'w%tlstrit upon
theini iti efitdi eat apa'r't,
ror the bled be
tWoen thank it . bretticinglast'. ' 'TIM tiigh t
was.fair, and the softmiltanio'-goating in
tlfe lattice as gently as the breathing, of a
sleeping bade ; but not ou-the hearts of
that husband and wife, for they beat gold-
ly,'and their 'breathing broke upentheir,
lips in bitter-words. . I
In extenuation, let it ho said, the wife
was beautiful Lyon in auger, and the fl ib-
I inglightning from her eye was from a
wildness that ryas all unnatural. The hes
i band was the milder of the two. It is
j not strange that woman should look for- j
ward with dread upon the days of her tilt : .
I vail and the hour of her peril ; but it il l
all unnatural that she should make this
the marine ta , break' the bond between
her and the husband.
The season had changed from summer
ito winter, and, late at night, the doctor
sat alone, all unconscious of what he has
' here written ;
for this tale was flute@ then.
The sound of a gnu fell upon life ear,
!from which he new that a steamer from
BOUM (iiiitarit was coming up the
harbor. His hieturned naturally
upon the joyous heartref those upon that '
steamer, who were returning home. Lit
tie did he think that upon that geod!ship's
deek there idled it.man, past middle life,
returning laden with the product of the'
golden latid, an in whose heart was kin-
'died Wash the joyous hope of soon seeing
again his only child ; little did ho think
that within one hoer he would meet that
man mese sorrowful than ever before. i
••Doethr, ootne'quiekly !" I knew the I
voice, and started upon the instant, 'draw-I
ing my overcoat ea as I etnerged•into the
street. The night was dark and cold, and
the. rumbling omnibuses wore ,sy'ell-nigh
stifled; ter the hand of that Arcady old '
monitor of fleeting time upon the City
Hail, was just turning timpoint between
to-day and to-morrow. My companion
was us °old and cheerless, and silent as
'the night.' Not a word was spokon by flit
titer of us, as we passed along the etreet. ,
Tlittre are times when words are out of
plabomeaningless, crt- ply sounds. 'Thee'
mellow speak with a - terrible:force, and si- I
lance sends a t thrill through the heart that 1
'Las no lituguege to give it utterance. I
knew that something had occurred, and
could only conjecture that. life was at stake ;
but who, and where, I did not know. I
thought of. those who encircled thy hearth-
Lstone with him who was urging me on
ard, faster 'and faster by rapid strides;
but of them-I knew none ill. I was a
bout breaking this Aloud° by an inquiry
as to tho nature of the ease upon which I
was called, in order to bo prepared, when
lie mounted the steps, and turning the
!night-latch, we were immediately within
I the dwelling that encompassed the mystery.
Tarryin not even to throsT off an outer
i garment, g I
followed his hasty footsteps up
I a flight of stairs, 'and as he put on& hand
upon the 1100 r knob, the other was raised
Hs a token for silence,, and his .eye -for the
Best time way tweed directly upon wine.
Not a whisper broke the stillness Of that
moment, but his frame quivered undor
the effect °lsom° terrible emotion. Loos-
citing his hand from the dour, knob, he
stepped back, and motioned me to precede
hiM T entered apartment, and. step.
ping to' the bedside' ' looked upon' the Wife.
She-lay with her head upon the pillow,
where it bad often. lain before, but :pale,
and fair, and beautiful—she had turned
the point, between lime and eternity.—
The bell, rung from the street door, and
its sound was a relief in breaking the
news of that death silence which no one
seemed inclined' to break 'by puling lips,
or moving tongue. Soon the sound of
hasty footsteps was heard upon the stair
case, and the door opened, and in a mo
ment more, the father find husband stood
looking upon her-who had been a child to
the oue, and mtrife in the other'. MtCwho,
by, her, own.hand, in a moment of phronsy,
had left them in sorrow, rather than be a
Gomm!.An.-LA French traveler, Mons
De Seeley,' professes to have discovered
the reins of this ancient flow bearing
the name of ,Qltarbet.Gouturan, or Gown.,
ran, on, the borders of the Dead Sea. They
extend over a space ?ftn , ere than eix,thou.
Inand'yaids' an their very name, given
by the Arabs, indicates their identity With
the ancient city destroyed by Eno from
heaven., • Neither neared nor profane his
' tory gives any hint of.the existence of any
other eity.on , this site ;' and. the ruins , are
very ,abundant.--moundn covnred with
rubbish --avenues of • upright stones, in
good preservation, covering a' eptice
of about t four English- miles, and ' located
at the northern part of the Dead Sea, they
scent to tile travejer to bc.beyond question
the remains of ,that. exceedingly wicked
city. Further eiptinstlons May be zieCee-
Bury to the!'establiithatetit of thli:fiet
minds lops sanguine.
lifortmei Aoticls:—lfir'stecv 'talking
to, my ewe daughter, I would 'entreat her
never to anew 14craelf,ttkilyrell upoo : mat
tinge as an ohject for life. Dignity and
delicacy sink, .1 cannot Nay ho*ltipiely,
!Itke4thatidea takes t,postessiors of•
the mind ijud i hs happ i ness i 4
nOt amore 'mtierible „na i
than a woman ete.lielitinit
youth; beide marrierLt he
becomes more and more disaitiafttvii and
envious, and neglectful of present duties,—
May god never beOotheiirhat I theiire, 'Shen
many from: the .indalgenoe
Of this one, false ,d,ogrediug : prinoil4 ; ; , ,
aced A mirk to bnor ng, 11).
marked to his bed-tell ow in the morning,;
that he had "slept like a t 9 !" "/ IrPw
yon'hn'iiii,' 7 'skid dal iittier 'all
.An editor ont,,,weet „ that ladies
Wear 'oonsetir from a feeling of insane',
itimingeibatnear !trio of tiertrg
We won't eve the felloi'elteme.•
The JiangJo. libi4 • . •
l ; :The following beautiful glory was related
E. C.; Jndsoni the wife. .pf the
lMissionary in India,: ner* , •
•Many years ago.;tiedy sat in . the ver•
•andah of her BartneWbouse, andoivoring
to decipher the scarcely legible'ehamateri
of a palul•leaf hook, nthieh lay in all Hi
awkwardneas, .upon the table before her_
A. beaulifulbeetle, with just gold enough_
on its bright green wings to distingqish him
from tliftglois„thaVes of the Cape idezehle,.
• which' grew cls . 'N by the balustintle, was
balancing himself upon °nit .of
. the rich
white'blosi6ma 4.hat filled the whole air
with fragrance; while a gay plumed bird,
with a strange sort of a feathery coronal
upon his head, was making himself busy
among the rank
.grass beyond. It is in
vain to try to enttmerate the lady's strange
visitors, but they were such as any of you
might see of a bright morn in Burma'', aud
very But active yen would find them —much
more attractive, 1 have no doubt, than the
long palm-leaf books, all smeared with oil
to make their circular scratches legible.
Prom a little bamboo sheltor,.a curious
thatched roof sot upon poles, just beyond
the high, uncropped hedge, and dignified
by the name of school-house—come a
I sound of mingled voices, very cheerful,
very -earnest. and to strangers' oars about
as in tefligible as the cawing of the
crows. But the lady understood it all ;
and it told her that her native school-Inas.
ter was doing his'duty, and his tawny pu
pils mahing sonto proficiency in the them.
bong gyee or talk.
Aa the lady bent over , her book, a little
.wearily than in the freshnees.of the
morning, and made a renewed effort to fix I
her eyes upon the dizzy 'circles, a strange
looking figure bounded through the open
ing in the hedge , which served us gate
way, and'rushing toward her, with great,,
eargerness inquired,•"Does Jesus' Christ
live here l"
Be was a boy perhaps" taielve• years of
age,; his coarse black hair unconfined by
the usual turban matted with filth, and
bristling in every direction, like the quills
of a porcupine, and a very dirty cloth of
plaid cotton disposed in the most slovenly
manner about his potion.
"Does Jesus Christ liv?..here ? "he in
quired, scarcely pauSing for breath, though
slackening his pace a little, as he made
his way, uninvited, up the steps of the
verandah, and crouched at the lady's
"What do you want of Jesus Christ?"
inquired the lady. •
"I want to see him : I want to confess
• "Why, what hive you been doing that
you want to confess ?" • , • •
Does he live here 1 1 " great • 'etn•
phasis ;"I want to know that. Doing
Why, 1 toll lion, I steal, I do everything
bail—l eta afraid of going to hell, and I
want to see Jests Christ : for I hoard one
of the Pio•gyees say that he can RIM 1 / 5
from bell. 'Does he live bore ? Oh, tell
me where I can find Jesus Christ."
"But he does not save Onple from hell,
if, they continue to do wickedly."
"I want to stop doing wickedly ; but I
can't stop—l dou't know how. to stop—
the evil 'thoughts are in me, and the bad
deeds come of evil thoughts. What can I
do ? •
"Nothing, but come to Christ, poor boy,
like all the rest of us," the lady softly
murmured ; but she spoke the lust in
English, so tho bOy only raised his head
with a vueltut "B'ha•lui ?"
"You canna see Jesus Christ now"—
She was interrupted by a sharp cry of
despAir. • •
•'Bui I am his humble fiiend and fol
The face of the listener brightened a
"And he has commissioned me to teach
all those who wish to escape from hell how
to do so."
The joyful eagerness depicted in the
; poor boy's countenance was beyond d e .
scriptioti. "Tell me—oh tell me l Only
lask your Master. the 'Lord Jesus Christ,
to save me, and I will be your , servant.,
your slave for life—Do net be angry !--
Do not send me away I—l waut to be
qavestj saved fron boll :"
The lady, you will .readily, believe, was
not likely to be angry. • The next day a
new pupil was welcomed to the little barn.
boo school house, in thoperson , of the wild
Karen boy. .
Years wiled away. Death bad laid
his hand on the gentle lady. On
earth, another death was 'enacting. A
strong, dark•browed man tossed wildly on
his fevered couch, in agony. Suddenly
hia l countenence was lighted with aheaven.
ly radiance, hiellips parted with a smile, his
eye beamed withA qiugle joyful flash, . and
then his waiting angel,guidenoadunted , hira
to the presence of the SavioUi. It was the
, Tita origin of the $ for dollars is as lA
lo-Ws : 'Tlie Spanish word for
“peso ;" in the plural ‘pes'os'.'
Spanish accounts tlp: word is E written
full' aiid'PlacetPbefore the
'Fit'en'ire•find 'it iihretriated into'. 'P.
Lftetwordi. we find the small p :used; the
Leit4ts Phred , P4 tim•lower Parts,uf the.p.
Next the curved part p, ip omit-.
fed, which give. the;preseet dollar sign ,
The use of two long Bioko it: thp r a
Modern practleetil Thethe Isign 'lll 'is e.
qtt i vs i ent; thc gtort p,4p e i nc ,tl,, .• ,
a Grand Jury oat South ignored a bill a -,
go inst a huge nelype,,for I, eft p g ,c4inicebs.
an before disaari,ine him front, gtis,tody,
the 'itairi • hid, 'iiiprigiandi*
"You may-go now, John; •but (Asking
his finger at him 0 let me warn you.never
M i appearliere again." ,
• John, with: .delight beaming from; lihr,
big whim eyes, and with a broad grin, die:
spraying anew row of beautiful ivory,
"I "'wouldn't bin die time, Jilge, only
the•aoiistible letoh me:!"
eters were marrieua'a -""
t Weir halite iti`Sditt'ereatiricidtiltliyn:Piall'.-'lll
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Is Oh e any !we (Inkt' . .., , FAclfirWHlllaitillall AlldlOta. it I Vet Ammer Ica.. . , .
• hr. RusMells i its' that When be W; if yon wish to be health be be dean, be ciel. ; u.A very uncertain' , mysterious. iaexplit„
called upon tat attend, ottheito death-beds, If you wish to be healthy, be clean - table creatacia is abov wi
aged. Swedes, Mho far,Plll... fifty or sixty And aoq long as-yea may e tiates Ate:Lit your bli, f. , . -..-- AC)CI4In- detects
..lost the- uatt,,of their native' „. &h. ;,....._, ,„. . t he swan- '•-• .; .i- / i — '-.Lif will try. A buy iv the spirit of 1
tongue, the long . suspen4ed fitaulty would 18 . ''" ce n ts """g .`"" "" c i n.aa " P isan- ''' • . t mischief embodied. A asrfeet wartime.
b e recalled in aporoachiffideath ate ihey 1 ,• u`v.verliber,'freth • air' trUI Wake yea look ,
rotted like a jeotiv or lumn'
would talk, pray, and et gin Swedish..-. li And will lido:liean a'r iteala as:, - r - , ' i i . heet's over " head. lie .i oisariably. gu s ts
, Dr. Johnston, also, when it came to his ,l, But adirtyresteed.tabild, in admen thitinitaill.. through the pacers of leaping over every
Itern'trdie t eenke not 'frith° march of his' la
,1/11.0i moat dust d15 ) 2 1 i"in al= • . , 'chair an his reach ; makesdram-heads of
own, majestic rhetorie- Messed by evetrthel' if Tou w t,h to b e ag o, b e. ,„g ek , b e e a u , ttse 'doors ; turns tbetiu pans auto ev il .
cadences of those Titan hymns - i on whic:Vi trytitt' wish to be aged,..be calm, bale ; sakes the hest knives out. tic dig
he once Bid so muc h . toyed to dwell 7 -;huti Forpassion and-rage rieirefleid toold rige, i wanes for brim, awl loses them 4 hunts
But, if pile and mil%
was heard with his atiikllig voice mutter- And bad tempera we *ldeal akar= / lup the maloairs cask. and loaves the
ing a child's prayer, erbiah he hail learned 'is ,
.... Atel&i. 'Meekness an_ ' peace you wall grow : ,
*hive fei but a eboadr lasei; running ; is boon companion to the
on his mother's ktko. , Strange retest ,
wise l y alumni. 4 nee in •eontrol enery power ,of -mutt sugar barrel ; searches up
e ll, the pie and`
the providence; and yet ili - ' presenres /eh from supper. and eata,tbein
tire of the absence of tiree as an element
in the divine economy, w hich thus brings Until nee shall encireleyour brow. 6 4e' ,to the apples every ten iniuutes
0 " , , b , to be happy; beVad ; , ----:- - new pair • tir•••• rdnit ' ass, for
hides his old cap in order forswear his hest
if ' h
together in mystical ass'ociation the two be hose • le. go o d, Is. good- t
f f ? u . "• t° b g cl-- ' -- "."--' , ` one - cuts his boots aCenit/fliaiiY it .he
extreme points of human history—birth r, F a ta intt ease. an d . a smaing See
lo • ....a.. his_ • •.' ,
and death 1 Tilli same remarkable quad. , .ire better than clothing or food : tun imaipasi.a the riddles Joe sport. ahu
ity is thus touched upon izoy Coleridge. ' But a naughty temper and angry lookr tii dilly tracks, your camels, harks your
On which God looks rlowriwith
"In a Roman Cathnlid town in Germany,' 'Mark a spirit that. is wicked within; • - filinibote. pinelee the baby, worries the
a young woman of four or five and twen- ,
. wss i , ; E'er he ean never smile upon sk. ' -
i?iatTtt4ftetra.. name; tics iire t etztekent ta.thekiitentif tail,
i ty , who could neither rend nor write,;drops he achool.books in, ilte•gutter w bile
I seized with a nervous fever, daring which llf loon with to be godlike, beicind,hislind; 'he fishes with a pin:, poekrt's his school
, she incessantly continued talking Latin, lf,Yeu with te he irnd-iihei Ilehin . el t ' - ` . 1 terasteresaoapees,'''"and, fi nally,' rein's a` '
And whatever you store, fo!glitnotabe pear,
Greek, and Hebrew, kl very pompous her hoasetold upside dawn , ' ielle seta his.
Nor be yam of the deed m your atriml:
tones, and with most distinct enunciation. For the Father °floret ursylowarfrom Boger': . Pre is ii•pritvokingimd ottpri z svok:
The case had attracted dirt particular atten. Hi s • i i ti a s hino t ,',, d taiP ° r '''..Tl abave able toirmant..cspeeialle- to' bid' Bittern.
OWelli upon ....; . -
Lion of a young physician,
, and by hie, And to imitate this will - bring you tbo blies ; - lie thliel. Pretend 40 ' Onliali ' 'anti/ i . ' 'iltris
idol temene'reany emine hysiologists and i For his blessing upon youirroMfill. ; ' linnets*: ' -Thectobegioi the rage 'far' finek.
psychologists visited tvn, and exam- job, wish to reach b ee ,,, , , , win ,. bisrd; sethe i atm% blue its totly bier. White'dre:Sati,
ined the case on th nit. Sheets full ) hard ; , . i imperfees rhyme* and dickies: At feur-'
of her raving!, were ta , down from her If you wish ti6leaeliheavenastrive hard ; ' tee* he in'''lnn nit!' te eitlit wood or gn (or
own mouth, and were , found to consist in Nor the conffiet shun. till thivietary's inn, water; and at the rinse tliese inferesiingeora.
atm I °bees (Therm' t and intelligible , each 1 And you the eteritid., (bear d - , ees alight to be Pie' rfoitaite'd: chat rives' th' be
for itself, but with little . orr, nn connection I /le ,A 4 4l . l tl 7°:''Y'd iee r .spolTT-fr°T sisi4. • i invisible-whether enneelledlin the'gairet,
with each ether.
_Ali trick nr conspiracy ' lee% to ie the . thro
co w hich ma ./e"" is F.""'ttooitbasaine:old artirrepeineti tinvl fiir corn,
.vo „ t own ' 7 . aBald . ,as pany„enaconeed o n ills linind-pilefea'rning
was nut of the titicartien. ' Not only bad
1 the young wriatfalt over been a harmlexa, A crew , acid a pa b ive i n. h aven! -legerdeawatar.'or bound °Tim 'some e'xpeo•
simple creature, bat she Was evidintly' la.l
r a nervous fever. b the 'Ri (
Althe had 'teen a resident ' _______ -•.' ; •' ' ditiusthatstaraironetti bemore'diplortible
• : m in i th e m ee t , g , ine yym b y. thaw isitolltraddie Al`' fifteen bb lute triter •
ifiwn in whicl
sum* to tarenty, mks we clear ihe track
"Joe alditliti Pi I '
. 11:"I'rezrefieneti. °ldle
for mane years aS a servant, in different
Current . among the gossip - Or the 'So- 1 , l eb eet
„be e i s . e t g b t . - Bo nair e ff i e t e tb,'„
families. no snlution ifiodiented itself. .The '
youn g physician ; however, determined to preme Oriurt *Library and L.;Ungine Room.: Washington: exPrestea his opinion with
trace her pastdife step by step ; fir the I was,ajittle story told on a dratingtaibhed die do" — ' ll ins tar i een reanhhn : ;. Mattel UP
patient herself Wits innaffahle of returning i ineatii ii, af the bar, from on ,, 6r . the ~,,,,40 , „4 his mind that he' 'wine 'hare to " rule 'the
a rational answei4 He at length ' succeed . , , k
~ ,_ ;., t wrisktiitodiisne Itill - the treck- of ereatiint
ed in disenvoring the place where her pa: gaunt. " a' t he ' S t ate ' and "'' cc tickled all fibmks.Proiiklenee igitear-aigbted ; under
rents hadlived ; traveled thither ; . foetal who heard it, .from the Obierj o ali ce datum stands theelonay-andltecieftee,of the
it with ear pro
them dead , but an unele surviving, a nd !dike "latest admission," we comprehend nountll 1 • llPferel• bill Mer that Oenernl
froni,bint learned. that the patient hind ib eti e e cannot , eb„,,tutely a p ed!'l'oa'n foughisbe tnintrirable' hatt:e of
been charitably taken in lby nu old Pro- t 1 7., . , . „ - NewOrkans; Asks blissminister ithe don't
teetant pastor . at nine Years old, and had i cetrren ecaa a . . . . ,
iiennsidet die Biblein Auk tots, orthodox.
remained with hint. Slim , • •years, even to Some Monthe ago, the gentleman' tri r in other wools, b e knows inure then, thin
the old man's death. With great ali en'. t wham ; special nelerenevo• - is made above. Ih e ss io
r know again. Just hail one of
ty he disel io red n niece of the pnarer, of i and, who may he
• called , Cid.. Dash, was these Yours; specimens ••booy" at sixteen,
whom ankrous inquiries ware mode 0 „„. • retain . ed-to it elem.' a most t e r r ibl e taaseimat hoe wrathy he gets! .1f he does not ars•
, ti, 'murder," in a mune): north awe's von precisely
corning his habits, and the sedation of theas 'the little urchin
phenomenon was Fiona obtained, For. it "! his men • whit . * evil' he designated as t did, - arion angrily exclaimed, "Don't call
see gte i
appeared that it had been ore add
,man's the county of Shank. A. it . *as a viry. t me .b n o,,s i
. tir tatoki - tl thp4e two years " ; , MENTat, AND • CORPoRRAL•StrnitaIND. , -
custom for years, to walk up sad 'd,li s .„ , 1 hod ease Col Dank atialsed teener's, who ! h e w ill -s fon a witberieg look that j ts , There, is a very pretty' Persian apologint
passage of his house into Whicb'the
k i reii. t had entered intobond ..witb.go ol l temer i t y.. mitais ir t ,„ ann ihil ate ve t% 1 „, 1 0 4 hi e b e el, nu the difference betwen 'Mental and ' eor- W.
ea door opened, and: to.actnt to ;himself 11l 83.01)0, that tt,tiett we ll , enough ! ,1, P./A sod tif earl ith iea of the lip, mutter disdain.. pineal suffering: A king and iii, minister
'with a' loofa v4,6 - e-mi•at hi, f at rii.i t ao 6,y r - i t s: , o , feft aim imiogi4opee fiyjailitti-fe tePflatit flillnir-tofilbe do.; w e n - merb e l l", m id el, f were discussing' the • subjecy and differed
and to tak the
e , ilinnee of quiiihing it. be.• we emphasis!
A conaiderable number of these were Still lisit.jr, g aside. an lain. !in opinion.: , The minister maintained the
in the niece ' s p "h e ,i,,,, , an d the p h,ii. euttse it war ,execated oat Stantles,9—ai t it -r at . bl eat , t i k eirty. tri i i , e hj ecme boy . ig 4mee .; first to be more severe,. and 'to convince
Man succeeded in identifying so meny pa ,. I happened. to have been the fact., - rthieselas he proud • of; ilibether as 'broth. i •his suvereiginof it, he took a lamb, broke
gazes with tlince taken down at the ynang The courae was m1401.a rad at. the prop , er Or eon ; bar, in alt his senipea. hO A
is l i its leg, abut it np. end put food before h.—.
woman's bed-side, that no doubt could re- er time. Col. - basil. 4 hose month isnrulePl' , heart gets die 'better of him and leads him , Ile took another, Mini it up with artier
mainmainin nor , rational mind, concerning real or a torical t'a'inl'i"br "ter"! hi' tits-teh t eosin to repentance ; and be sure he' will , which was, bnund ,with a etrong eintin e so
the true origin of the itnpression made on the bond. beeaurae it appearerl to' the "ennri, 1 reineratwer his faoh.--at team dee niinutes. !ib't! the beast ,could near, hut - not
hPre, to have been entered intn and sign- , -....11r7u5t A r a: . lal Ma- Mary -1 Dent. seize the laonb, and also put food. before
, .. .
her nervous system.
"The authenticated case furnishes both t'ol l 'l!), Z!'"ldaY•dita 1 1° 4 iuridiam Its I son z • z' . ' ' * ; hint. In the.morning he carried the Iriog
tlie eottrfe,9l . the argument ,which ,be i .- ; -4------- , .-t---- - '-' 2 '
proof and instance; that relies of sensation r ; to tits the effect of the experiment-, The, -
may exist for an•indefinite time in a latent inimbi for she motion ; the phrase eanae out with limb . w the broken.- leg, had eatenl'all
state in,the very saute order in which *eve"! thnea"' li ee non .1 114 (licthi---' 0 thi, food !darted .hefore, hint — the otheriwitik
they were originally impresvd ; and is., ire I °lien indeetts that even the ndeavned and ((moil dead (rout lright. .
eamint , rar i on l y sit prase t h e f everish sta t e ' altogether untiadianical came toikaaw, by ,
of the brain to :it in any ether way than the conte x t, that (lies I left.it#Fitlitlra meac i t
Sunday, or Sunday meant dies non jrrri- 1
as a stimultni, , this fact (and it would` not
be difficult to atlantic) several of the same dictis, which was hot vire essential differ_ i
kind) contributes to make it even preba- mit ;• and that the law ' did' 'not reeeteizec
blo that tall thoughts er, in thentezives the social' aptitliegmi ...the boner the day ,
imperishable, and that if 'the intelligible the better the deed." • - • '
faculty Alinuld he rendered more liompre. • "A il T " did we ” 11 ! Not exactly !.
hen -ive. it would require obit , a different There was one person present—a court-
'rind apportiooed organization—the-. body I crYi""nre of the peace—who did not tin- I
'celestial. instead of the body terrestrial-- deratand what dies non juridicus mesint, i
to bring before every human soul the col- I or rather he got a peculiar view of its force !
and effect.' He marked s h e phrase, how-i
ledi re experience o fats.wbole past exist and-effect.'
and invested it, in his own Mind.!
ence. And this—this, perchance, is the
dread book of 'judgment, in whose myste- with a monstrous potency, as the amine!:
rinns hierottlyphies every idle word is re- I shows.
1 Slane weeks after the motion to quash- l
corded ! Yea, in the very nature niftily , .
ling spirit, it may, be more possible that —which was entirely successful, thanks(
heaven and earth should pass away, than to dies non juridicus ! 7 --'Squire Hobbs.
that a single net, a single thought, ehould j the justice aforesaid, had. in his own seal.
be loosened or I.st. a case before him, is which a citizen' was
' '.' charged with slealing a ing,ir soriseother
chattel under the value of twenty dollars_
The examination, if it did nut establish the
guilt of the r.ceused "beyond a reasonable
debbt,;' raised some ugly presumptions,
and his lawyer, aware of.the fact. remelt
ed to the "court,". 'Squire Hob,* afore
said, that. in-view of the rigidity el the stat
ute regulating preliminary criminal trials,
he would'not interpose any defence :tithe'
time, but' itii; client was ready to make a
bond, to appear at the 'next term of the
Circuit ;Court, when .he weald,satisfac-,
gorily establish iii. innocence. , . :
'Bond I" eirlairitd — Benlre' Ilabbe,=-
4 Bond I--Yesi I say' Bond r Atilt steam
mit term of, the Cirenit.Court. batti that
big-mouthed Itt wyerfrotzt4 ; --- l eonte ober.
and. holler .Tog Rcamas !, Jos 11.Puttcate 111
tWo' or threetirnes; and stray :ITS your -
Bond i Constable i tie the'defindanitoth'atl
tree, out thay.and give' him 'thirty:bine ,
lashes, and see whst4Joerlitidimis cat do'
with that ri
• ' Ant! theyssl , thm,,t e tiling was_, aft
witlldrineohat even ttrott, t t hiinselr wins's!
never have had the face to pleadnul defile=
cord to that. recognizance !
How TOR PtOPLIt OF ENGLAND TAVFD
TILL l7so,—The Seientitic.,Atnerican, in
lIS last issue, says:
"In the days' orQiteen Elizabeth. sub
stantial diet HOS 'confined 'chiefly tri 'per :
sons of rank end wealth. A , ploughman
was often compelled to dine on waiergru
el. The food of the laborers was coarse
end deficient; their clothing %FM incom
parably more so, and their lodgings rude,
dirty and =comfortable. ,The houses
even of the wealthy were mostly destitute
of glair@ windows and . chimneys. ' The
floors of the peitiants' houses were ntelay
and filled with the. accumulated filth 'of
many years. The luxury oilmen was con
fined to rich and high born., 'Choir wool-,
len cloth was all of domestic manufacture,
Tea atitteoffettiand, to a" grOtti extent' au
gar, were unknown'. Hear was 'the urii
versal beverage,The kigher classes , of so
ciety liYed chief y 011:8'1‘..m914t-',lll°
common people seldo m ate meat
, of any
form. 'rho Ordinary fare the Worki4
intik then, would Crodn6 'Anti in .work
house now. Potatoes mid tdrnipseppear:
ed about this time. Integrlier ages, the
peoplefed entirely mt.tilgtertaad 4ntrat.l.4-
4s late as, 1750, out Of „a zt population
Six Millions in Englitt4 and Wales one
half were sustained by rue, it arlef ani) oat's.
Now, the satim;elaseofperioni arit'con4tW
mere, of.wheat. ... - Vhe':use'all,the potaid4
as the= . principal; article of food, has been .
confined to a taw districts
niver ir. 'll °4 a v a; N ul3ygrea
g.-" Achy Jaigie, 'so ,diw ye
klibetnisn'societt , • • '
'!No` Pot, ho 4 ihb iIJ I, thriturpl i.as not
on tho 8t0u44.'•',.. '
“Well, Jamie, ye see.t yap ;tolled upon'
by ille . thelHibernian Society for a speech.
1 rose with the enthisiastia — eheere of
thoneands ttnd tine of, thousands 4 wittrme
heart overflowing with acatiiude. and me
eyes filled with tears, and not ; the .word
. 1 spizke,'”
The Emperor of Frau?s waa,firty-oos
years old on the 2 las - or 'April..
'..04y#41 , 409V7.41:Ait! . 41
!CPAs the Bing of Sardinia still as
sautes the tufo of King of Jerusalem, a
soles* serike was celebrated on the 13th
uct., in the Church 'of the Tomb of the
Saviour. for the'repose of the 801213 of the
tworQueens'of Sardinia'and of the fluke
of Genoa. ' The Latin Patrinich officiated, : Velocity.
and the French Consul General was pots- The weletity of a ship is from - Bto 12
ent. Threo years ago. the trek Patri-1, mile s an boor ; ota race horse from 29 to atoll objected to the Latin Patriarch cele- 30 miles ;of a bird front 30 in 60 Miles
bniting the rite of confirmation in that Fof the clouds in e 'iolent hurrictanc.. 00 to
Church, even at an hour when the Greeks 100 mills; niernwid.B23 - taikur; .4 it con.
had no service to perform. On the pi - ff....nee ball, as found by experiment. front 600
ent occasion, the French Consul General to 1 , 000 miles ;of the earth aromid the
merely gave notice that onanch a day and I, sae. 09.000 ill;ks, Mitre • than a; hundred
at such an hour the service would take : nines winter than a cannonball ;of .suer
place, and the Greek. Patriarch mails po t ; cur!, 101.000; odlght Anut 600,000.000
- t miles. passing frees the Nun to die "earth,'
•Loolt out ,
for . counterfeit' 1011 on the million times satilier than a instion ball
Western. Illiterre„ (0-) Bank. Tpey milted thee's:ceding velocity of the hunts;
altered front re. k mind is beyond all possible estimate. ,
F A Spyenta-non .7;vcicn.—Onceron it time
I a country Machismo early one morning
1 wentsm sewhi, -where by chines/ the veer
t[wird aonstetraibire telling each other hod"
muds mosey they bad nude, that toot niagi
[ hyr spe c ulation; 4•119 of them had midis 1
$109,4200.5314,"&e. "lian's bump '
I iteisitieettein *Mind ei.:iistil that he, tviili-'I
nut, any ree.riffil. firthwith concluded. to.:
'lease his'former business, ist hirli. was Ifl'
hOr.: and "try his hand at speculation. and
On his return hnime made his'. infentions
known to his faithful scow. Eirly tiert
I morning be gathered his "Wallet rontaining 1
r his famille„ ammieciagto fire dollars, end off
I he goes post haste. and balfbent, to linkup
a ormalanon. fie had eel proceeded far]
when he met a wagone.r. and accosted him 1
-Good otortsimer..Mr., -Wagoter.,'l - wents
to go:eta:ate a teatle dial' toornimi wid
say," said the liragnoer,.*.hito ito
Yoe teat to spoetilate,".". ' , lrene" sari- , the
bmuch nall . -.I Will .beo yiso fife= xlnllartr
yew emu% geese Thusly- tog's-natne
'•Call him up till I look rejoined
the wagoner. Duo:hosatt: Va-teh,
ke-ne Va-teh. liege Vo-tatt,r , —the dos troN
op. the wagoner eyes him for a moment
and paid," l cow his.namo is Wateh.r.
I,llncluaatic •13.beinms, .teairotaer.; , you
hAanuelditille, de soonialtis /vars.!' ..and
Rios ;stormed to Ida old, .oecutiatiOn-per•
haolytoatiattia. - : . t
Sammog so`-:ier interesting , _ a necdotes of
the Choctaws, the Nnw Orleans Repub •
Imatigives the foilowiig .sketch, of their
manner - of lois wtakirit:' • " - '
•ensi6hii is insatiable _heeds') • itY . the
kende/ fiche fancies i yOnitg• man.'shit
ataltei - irbat is seelinnally..malled the first ,
bantew, Weis doie by slyls l ogneezing
the hart in- 'rally touching' his joot at
the ramp-fire. jf a man shluld• venture
upon "any of these hide preliminaries.
witSont being sore of a reciprocal partiali
illy the indignant maid weruidimtuftt.iatelY
assail hilt with a stick, aria this Would be
idle Mond fonngeneral asaimit hy all th e .
t squaws oromrlent the presuming lover,iv h
unless lie fled, wound be beaten without
mercy_ Thus, even in tbii rude sli k ape.
`does woman play tits coquette. The
Lynam , squaw who scream• th 3 loudest and I
shows the ma.a. resentment at these tin 4
warrantago hbertiee of an ardent lover. 13
set down as the Diana of her tribe.
Two rioratull riga
.1 - • 1
SrinYtir4 , q via TACIAnA.7-Trie engineer
of iciattetiailM ttitlge,..tutir the falli tit
Niagara, Mr. into: . A.:'Nottit.nin. writes
in the fitilfald "'Demand' dke" lie has
Made 'it itecOnd atieropito„Sound'ilii Niag
ara,"at and from the 'brilge;
cess." The laic wi l aile 'with
an iron tif 'about forty pnunds 'll/ . 4d/hi at
ticheil 'to a' NO. ll' wire. which wai let
'fall froin the bridge. a distant° of 225 feet,
Striking the aortae& perpentlicularlyAut
It W3O not out of 'eight tnorl'aimione tee
ond. appearing again on the.aurface,#tut
one hundretl'fcet 'down atreafo ekipiing
u potf the watirlike'' "While haul.
infi ttup it' hennaed about like a &all; till
struck by a cake °fins, if Wit setiorit . lf friint
the wire. "Mr. 11.sattrib . adds that' he
is 'satisfied that metal , has, stifftdiant
Ipei‘ifin gravity to pierce that current'. even
with the momentum sequined 'l4 n t !all'pf
222 feet ! I'o - velocity Ortlie,lron when
striking.' mu., have been about to
'l24'feet pet' seecintl. and " Coinfilueifq , lts
'ltltYnWilitilir near 5000 pdiirida. '' fur Star
• lane uppnstaltn the current was ahont'fifty
superfidal inches. "Phis Will give an idea
of the strength nf that 'current, and ;416
name time hint at the''Titan furies' 'ilia'
have bean at work to scoop din the 'bed
of the Ningarik River.
PARKVILLR (Mo.) Mon Ulm
,Mr. P..l'ark.thipeditur L of the , l'arkville
Luminary,"; whose Office weadeatroyed by
.a mob, was fmat Grafton,- Vermont. , He
left (Drib(' College at Springfield.' 11,1..
and while there intriguing his studies. ihe
war. broke out between Mexico and Texas
in which., lie enlisted and,' Perved under
Gen. tiptietimi , lie** at the maseaere
of San Jacinto, and barely escaped with
his life. At, the close °tote war.hetetuni
.Cd to Illinois, and received -talititenant's
commission ; but left again to take put in
the 'hurApr war , with the Cointant34o4e..--
Mr. 'Piirk,buitt a warehouse at the ~plece,
,tyltich bears his name..
~ ge , haa resided
there for :mink yearn, and .always ,defeu
, ded Southern men against. Northern Wai
-1 jetsam Since the destruction of htinfrias
he . Ilan puldbihed, an adtileaii, in which ho
declines to comply with- the order. of the
111111) to ledim the placo., /48118,4 would
be a degradation, to the American, press
for 'one'of std cniidueiorato fly from home,
family' and friend, at the threat of a
centions moth. Ile would
. rather pror q r
death, lie further any., 'at fill', own h'o ' me,
"amid the , flowers' ai u l ti een planted. and
erinsecrated by affection, ind upon the
soil of the - country he haa toiled to' build
uP• 111, •
local editor of the Su&
• , .
Reim')lic has made himself one of the
mmorols by the publication of a discovery ,
he has recently made, of great
peance to mothers. It is an infallible
means, olliecping babies, front two to. leo
months old, perlectly quiet. for
The modes omancii.k as follows
Ae.soon as the,squaller awakes set the
child up, propped by a pillow if it ran not
sit aluittaittl smear its fingers whip Midi(
Molasses. Then put half a dozen (Cullers
iiita its hands, and the young.nne wilt gig
and;Pick the feathers from one hand to
the tither until it drops asleep, A. soca
is, h awakes, more molasses• amtimore
feathers, and . iti the place of nerve-attontid-1
Fig . yel is, iftere, will be silence and eujoy..
went unspeakable. • • • ')
LGINQ OFE. IN OUR Sturostrre 2or
tilersptrorrs To Emeors.—llunt's
merval,Oironiele sod Neriew glees like'
lollowieg comparison of the
Breadstufra exported from Ne w York' to
foreign, ports petween January And
April Ith year ant!
Wheat floarvbarrels,;.. 441468'. 141,714;
RY! 3 •Our.r 4,606' •`•-•; r 9,517
Corn nionl, • 26,699 '' -16;958
Wheat.;lni.sholte, 1 ,1,1)1;893.
R4; 7, • ' ' • ;304,062 6,189
Oitiy• 6,753' 12,111
Corn, ''; ;1,569,001' 1,256,668
J WARD ifbo altolt ebo
t a choglwaster,,ButleT,,,at Loafs, lle, Ky.,
to the lion of tbesireete of Nem Weans:* •
Ho apoite a span of ,bait horse,, beautifully
caparisoned, and tt sPlenclid carriage, and
upon the, box Pit two colored gentlemen,
with, blue w, bite &yes, black, haul,
green band around, and a ,emall feather
upon the upper edge, A corr.oporulant
of the' Chicago Tribune adds
I saw in the carriage the once gay and fay.; :
oinkting belle of Keritnelry,
Ward, and afterwards Mn.s Layette*, of
Boiton—now Mrs. Dr: Boat, as
still be'autiful, and look's as lovely as a, fairy.-
"Mika," said a bricklayer to hie la
borer, •aif you meet Patrick.'telt bine
to m ake haste, as we are' waitiatifee.,;
'.Shore and I will," replitid
whpt, I tell him if 1 dim% Mitt
Bow .Gmgrito.—...Dr. 0. 0. linfisonem'
Moonily leomred".in New 0:4894 sod 11"ie
Osote ration. him si alit •
tinyof the'Romiiiii Chard, • ;
I .lt must become the arbiter bemire*
the State and the *object. It must g
the min by interposing its *Wina.'
tis a v ibitencii: It must construe Ofasdi4o, ,
does and expound lawi, &Atilt whw(.i
die limit of esitrslizsd pollen Mid
• hi absoluia duty to perform.,"
rm It! , l'hY 4
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