Star and banner. (Gettysburg, Pa.) 1847-1864, December 21, 1855, Image 1

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%Tat of advertising. •
PAS 1 3te1ls : Coaches, with • mails to Haiti.
more and Philadelphia, (and intervening
points) leavesit o'clock; 'A. M., daily, ex
cept Sundays. . • -
To HarrisbArg, on Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, at 5,4. M.,
To Hagerstown, on Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, Ist 7,. A. M. •
To Cluunbersbarg,'o, A.. M., daily,
" Emmillsburg, :1,.P. M., "
Mail to Belnleisville, 3liddletown,-Mummas
:burg, Centre Mills, Areniltstown; on iVednes
411symnd.Satunley, 7 A. M.
fu Hunterstown, Tuesday, Thursday and
S'autrtlay, 7 A. M.
'To Mow Chester, and Hampton, on Tuesday
of each week, 7 A. 31. .
Officers. of the United Slates.
l'resuleal : Frokin Pierce.
l'resi(lessl: Jesse 1). Drigbt,
SaeiYlarif , :
Wm. L. Muer.
seerehtry of lisletior: Robert McClelland.
Serr,tary of Treasury : Janies Guthrie.
Neereiar,y qf War : Jeferson Davis.
S..rrehrry of Nar.f:lantes C. I)obbin.
flail .llasler General': Jinue.4 Campbell.
General: Cnlnb Cushing.
C'hieflastice L. Stales: IL B. Taney
Atata 'Otlicers. -
Oonernor : James Pollock.
..' 4 .'ecrefficy of Slate : Andrew G. Curtin.
.11:paty Seer-bow : - John NI.,
iforocoof General : J. Porter Brawley.
A;idN i e G&rnl : Ephraim' Banks.
rtommeei Eli Slifer.
Judaea:.. J. S. Hack, E. Lewis. IV, B; Lowrie,
G. W. Woothiartl, J. C.. Knox. •
dOrrniM en ileul cif Common, School,' :
VlUCeirs t
(Copyr,r4s.:: Aohison.
.B'4 tvid
_A'stresnloty Ignue Robinson.
PtY*44 , nl ./w/ge: Robert J. Fisher.
Attoli.siet r thuel Juo. McGinly.
District .li/ernry
.Shrriff: !ivory Thomas.
o, , irciner : J. W. Hendrix.
Perithnnioltsitii John Picking.
ff.rorder: Win. F. Wither.
Clerk grihe (!ustris J. J. Baldwin.
County, 'Treasurer J. L. Schick.
: Geo. B. Ifewit.
itnijo.ctiir'qr irelAts end ifeimures: Franklin
• ..
c4ftt3;511 . 0441/1.; ;,1416 4 1. Wills.. Georffe MYorri
oentrAi.Pi?l , 4tnt r.Ulcrii-4..Aughittbstugh;
Dim. Tort ry' the Joseph 13aily, John
11.yritur, Garret. Brinkerhoff.,; Clerk—Rohl.
• S. Paxton ; Treastirer-.llexatitler Colvin);
-Stswar.l—.loltit Scott; Physician-I)arid
liocner. -
„011otilors : Edmund P. Shotb, Abel T. Wright,
: 111,111 A nelibiltaugh.
Clout , / Suiwriatembwi: David . Wills.
Orollg 11 OfliccrN.
.lohn Culp.
Torii r,otord : ,InmeA A. Thompson, Hugh
1 1 / 4 niililie, Samuel IL Russell. S. S. Me,
Cleary, D. I.:,enalehart, John Gilbert. R.
G. Nl'Crears, Clerk nod Treasurer.
-Asa ;rex of tlie l'eore George R. Rriugninn,
Joel It. Danner.
'Constable : John b. Burns.
Pinces or Wordslp
l',. , mhylerhits : Bnit. mid High istrcet—at prey
• eta withoign.Pastflr.
Rommi CaM,./ie : West High street. Pastor
—Rev Mr. Pc Necker.
Germuui Itern'tned : !Ugh And Stinnett streets.
Pastor--iter. Jacob Ziegler.
Nelhodisi Rid:erg/Nil ,Enst Middle street.—
' Pustorslters .1. W. Dash.lVm. Earnshaw.
..S*ltoehthl Wlthrmeti : West High street. Pas
;.tor--Rev. Mr. Werner.
isalteron.: Christ church, Chambersburg
street; Pastor—Rev. Dr. Krantb. St.
'ZittrieA, York and Stratton streets ; Pas
tar—Rov. lkiuben Hill.
1. 0. 0. P.—Gettys L tge meets on Tuesday
evening of each week
9:•of T:' Adams Divis •st much' on Monday
evening of each week.
Temperance Beneficial Association meets on
third Saturday evening of each month.
Gettysburg Beneficial Association meets first
T OSW ll Vl vel l i ng 0 E tilLeknunith..... • .
ming Men'Lotman, i*eels on Thuridny
evening of each week.
Lodire meets on Thursday
ink of each week.
lierhn Beneficial Association ineets on the first
; Friday eveniai of each Month.
[lank orflettysburg•
.1 4 ,4a6Pi1t : 'George Swope.
Cashier : John R. McPbeniOn.
John It McClellan. '
Du {ora Swope Henry Wirt,
Jpepli yonnig Geo. W. McClellan. Dr. D.
' D.' Henry ?%era, Wni.
asoc,„Lewit 11 :1, 4lox. Wm:
');o,44glai W.Slierty Longwell.
ildinsoConmay.liulual•Flre Ingo
President :'(George Swope.
sl2Veiirliettt iSamairß. Russell: '
Btriregarir t: David.l.4 Buehler. , , •
netteitrar t t : NerWIT • •
Zteeptitfst . eqttinli*: Rub t rquidi,Atuyettii
V. A. Rieder, R.
catapv: Kink: A: iteintielmein;S: R. Rtis:
11, VAl'Oreary; 4:LlNoel, 'A.: R...Kurtzi
lahtteitooly Wereary,, J, Kerr,
Eiehelberger, A_ughin.
IL 4.,Pipking, D. WCou
"gliistiaP9b (mist, Wm. IVibniu,
se ph
,The, Executive. Cl:Amnia°, meet on , the
the t tt '41 1 47: in every .° l ° 1 4 the Ace
sain.—ln a. late speech;
Leer &oh said, , "We know that there is
oilttnisin the eara of men. 'Let us look
forihiprin • the • bosoms of women.--Bx.
&logger, I 1 :
0 8helprobably meantito say, "better look
.for hope io the` Id men,
for we know
- there is cotton in the bosoms of wo
men " - •
44 1 1441,thiokii.toore of her, heels tliait
tiotritulppoo it oho will never
amotinltikuitiqh. Which • fettle ip
the , rtifoom AuvQr feta litrt thRIKY PUN;
A Sacred Melody.
• Irv - wrm.tsx macyrr. '
If bright stars that gem the night
Be each a blisscul dwelling sphere,
Where kindred spirits re-unite
Whom death has torn asunder here :
How sired it were at once to die,
And leave this blighted orb &fir--
Mix soul with-soul, to cleave the sky,
And soar away from star to star.
But, oh how di4k, how drear, how lone,
WoUld seem the brightest world of bliss,
If, wand'ring through each radiant zone,
We failed to find.the loved of this !
If there no more the ties should twine
Which deaths told hand alone can sever,
Ah I then these titan in mockery shine,
More hateful as they shine forever !
It cannot bet Each hope and fear
That lights the eye and clouds the brow
Proclaims there is it happier sphere
Than this bleak world which holds us now I
There is a voice which sorrow hears
When heaviest weighs life's galling chain
'Tis heaven that wispers : "Dry thy tears ;
The pare in heart shall live again
The Merry Heart.
'Tie Well to have a merry heart,
However short we stay ;
There's wisdom in a merry heart,
Wlint'er the word may say.
Philosophy may lift its head
And find out mane a Haw,
But give me the philosopher
That's happy with is straw. but brings us happiness,
It brings mm, we are told,
What's hard to buy, the rich ones try
With all their heaps of gold ;
Then laugh away, let others say
Whate'er they will of mirth ; . et'
Who laugh 9 the most will truly boast
He's got the wealth of earth.
Titer's beauty in the merry heart,
A moral beauty, ton;
It shows the heart's an honest heart
That's paid each man his due
And lent a share of what's to spare,
Despite of wisdom's fears,
And makes the cheek less sorrow speak,
And eyes weep fewer . tears.
The sun may shroud itself in cloud,
The tempest wrath begin ;
It finds a spark to cheer the dark,
lt‘stmlight is within;
Theditinith away, let lA . . say
•Whale er they will of -
Who laughs the most
,-`... ylrast.
a l
Hee getthe wealth it hit&
Perhaps, my dear readers, I ought to
have told, you - before that Jamo's fither
was one of those fools w h o say there is
, ' Ino God. "The fool bath said in his heart
The Two Helm
I therein no God." He was a drunkard ;
"I remember," nays "a
late Postmaster land he wished exceedingly that there was
General of the United States. "the first I no God to punish him for his wicked- I
time I. visited Burlington ,
Vt., as judge of , nom ,
the Supreme Court. I had left it many I In reply to the little boy's sad account,
years' before, a poor boy. At the time I ; the teacher said, "Well, James, 1 auhsery
left, them were two families of special note ; sorry for . you. I suppose, you . hi, o l ~,,
for their standing and wealth. Each o f prayed any more since!" ,
'ili"-in• had 11 -1 1 SW a I 4SIS eIY ow° affe /"a - I — - "Oillfliinse siiCeldit"i ' -f t' ''*''-' . m.
o ac ory, en
very Poiir, 'vet these two' boys wore' very l c gwer ia
. 7 c ,‘, ' '•
rich. During the long years of bird toil; 4v _ ,
which passed before my return, I had al- ' '" i t must cont inue to Pray to God "
most forgotten them. They had long ago . said the teacher, "and ask him tn give you
a new heart, 'and implant a right spirit
forgotten me.
, Approaching the Court House fur the within you ; and foil will heir
i ytur I
I first time, in company with several geode-, prayer and bless yeu, for he has said, Suf
fer little rhildret! to
, t . tome unto me, and I
mon of the bench and the bar, I noti ce d in '
them net. .N•iw, James, as your
the Court yard. a large pile of old furoi- forb i d
father will not serve God, nor lot you serve
lure about to be sold at auction. The .
scenes of early boyhood, with which I was . him ' 1 will tell you what to do. You must
surrounded, prompted mo to ask whose it: take every opportunity, when your fattier
was. I was told it belonged Mr. J. „,yr. i is out, to pray ; but when you do so, al-
J. ?" "I Noyes bera family of that name. ', trays pray that God would bless your lath
very wealthy ; there was a son, too; can -ev and clisnge his heart. And pray to
it be he I" I was told it was even so.— God toforgive your father, as you have
He was the son of one of the families al- , forgiven him. I hope you have forgiven
ready alluded to. Ho had inherited morel him ' have you 1"
than I had earned, and spent it all ; and i "Yes, sir." answered James.
now his own- family was reduced to real ; "That's a good boy," said the teacher ;
want, and his very furniture was that day , "for, except we forgive, we cannot expect
to be sold for debt. ; God to forgive our sins."
I went into the Court House suddenly, ' Of course, the young scholar well un
yet almost glad that I was born poor 1 • derstood that all prdyor must be offered
was soon absorbed in the business before up in the name of our blessed Saviour, Je
lly. One of the first cases called, original-- sus Christ ; it is for his sake prayer is an
ted in a low drunken quarrel between Mr. , swered. To polo James the wicked con-
H. and Mr. A. Mr. H., thought I, that is ', duct of his father was a Iris I;' but. in his
a familiar name. Can it bet In short, absence, be nuts! to follow the good teach•
I found that this was indeed the son of the 'er's advice, and to go up stairs to pour out
other wealthy man referred to! I was over- , his soul in prayer to God.
whelmed alike with astonishment and I Some time after the severe beating, I
thanksgiving—astonishment in the change :do not know how long, the little boy came
in our relative standings, and thanksgiving h ome f rom the factory. as usual, at the
that I was net born to inherit wealth with- }dinner hour; and, not finding his father
out toil." !there, retired immediately to the room in
Those fathers provide bottler their chit-;which he slept, and kneeling down, began
dren who leave than the highest edimas it o pray aloud. The man returned titiox
tion, the purest morals, and—the least pettedly, and going upstairs for something
money. 'he wanted, thsnght he heard talking ; and
1 60 he listened. It was , his son at prayer.
"He stood awhile listening, and heard
James earnestly impeoring God to have .
:mercy upon his father. "0 bond!" said
the child, with fervor, "forgive my wicked
i father, as I have forgiven bias t" This
'. was too much for the father. His heart 1
- was touched—God had touched it. He I
,I rushed into the room—not as before. to
:beat poor James ; not to drag him down
!stairs by the hair-0 no; he took the na
-1 timiabed boy in his arms, carried- 'him
!down, and placing him in the middle of
; the room.slesired his wife ,anti all his chil
dren to kneel down, and then, requested
the boy to pray for' them:
From this happy day James always prayf'
ed in the family.- His 'father not only be
lieved is. God, and regularly attended pub;
lie worship, but deeply repented of his
sins. God forgave him for Christ's sake,
,and changed his heart, filling it with levy
`fir his Saviour. I wish I t could tell yea
' more about this faiiiily; . but 10n!Yknorr .
that the father felt it wai'his' duty to go
to the Sunday School, and return thanks
for the great -benefits be owed to the -in
struction which had been given to his Von.
No doubt Jama's prayers and poi exam
ple bad been a blessing to his brolhCns
and sisters, and perhaps to their niotber ;
for, when speaking to the superintendent, -
the father said. "lain come. to thank -you
for the benefit I and my family have. re-
The latest and apparently the fairest ea.l ceived through my sou's coming to this
timate of the religious condition of the , school: .
earth, Is as follows: Pagans, 676,000,000; 1 How grateful and happy must 'Jamb's
Christians. 320,000,000 ; Mohammedans.: teacher have been ! I highly respect Sun
-140,000,000; Jews. 14,000,000. Of; day school teachers. 0 may this article
Christians, there are 170,000,000 Catho- encourage them to speak faithfully to the
lies ; 90,000,000 Protestants; 60,000,-1 dear children God has committed to their
000 of the Greek chucch. . I care I ' May they pray much for heayenly - 1.
'Pheraare 800 , 000 volumes in the pri!!and their scholars into the way of all .
vale libraries of Boston. Ten of these li-I truth. and give them a joyful meeting
broitied.cntAit 92 1 000 volumes. I where they shall part no more ! •
' --• •
Costrumr.srs.—The first meeting be
tween Daniel Webster and Judge Bad, the
celebrated horticulturist of Albany. wits re
marked by the interchange of compliments
of a very flowery character. They were
introduced by the. Hon. John J. Crittenden
who, on presenting Mr. Webster, said
.orhis is Judge Buel, who cultivates the fi
nest flowers of the field, and this is the
Hon Daniel Webster, who cuffs the choic
est /lowers of rhelorie."
Mr. Webster then happily observed,
"your liowers_produeefinit ; mine, I fear
may prove abortive."
to this Judge Beet, with equil felicity
"My 'lowers; sir, are annual and even
eseent, while your's promise a perpetual
lizTuotarwr RwornoN.—The Be.
John Gruber, well kaown as an eccentric
ministerofthe Mathodig Episcopal Church
()Obi very desirous to correct an error in
the 'elocution of ono of hisoung brethren,
much given to the melodious termination
of each, sentence with an emphatic "ah,"
wrote the following queer letter to him :
"Dear•ah Brother-oh :—when-ah you
ahso-sh to-ah preach.ah take-ah care-ah
you-sh don't-ah say-ah ah-altah-ah
G HIT YS Bill G, ~--P A,, , .F RLDA , Ty
. 1i Y . 'F'NI:N . G,..:: .- p,t. : c.' : ' 4ue, , i 8 4 5.:
The Little Factory r. Boy;
In the town 'of there are 'many
large cotton factoriesl . and net only are
thousands of men and tonten emplOyed
them, but a great 'number of' ithildieO,
who work Se many !tours in the 'de); that
they feel but little inclined for letirning
read in the evening.' , What t blessing
for thee* a Sunday school, and how
grateful they should be to the kind people
who testelt thew
A litte boy, 'whom 'I will call 'James.
worked in a factory. and Con the Sabbath
weut•to a Sunday school. He was so at:
'cativo Ind 80 diligent, that he rose to
whit is Called the New • Testamint class,
the teacher of which was a Pious' man.—
Now there was a halo in' that school that
the teaChersehould, at least once a month, ;
speak to the scholars separately ; and by
this means a 'ticieher became better ac
quainted -with the thoughts and recline
of every'one of his class, and knew . hOF to
give suitable advice, encouragement or re
proof. Many children had cause to
thank God for this rule, and among them
One Sunday; when about eleven years
of age, he was called up, as usual, to his
teacher. who, observing that the spoor lit
tle fellow looked very sad, kindly said._
"Well. Tames how have you been 'getting
on?" ,
lie hung down his head' and made no
"Have you prayed during the week 2"
inquired the teacher. toren know. James,
chat [told you what to do. Did you pray
the last week in the factory, as I advised
you r
"Yes, sir,".said James.
"Well, how it, JaUtra, that you are so
cast down to-day 1 Did you pray at
home ?"
"Yes. sir; I went up stairs one day a'.
noon. as you told me to do, and prayed to
God. And as I was prayinemy tattier
came up stairs ; and, hearing ,me praying,
he came into the main and beat me very
hard, and threw me into the street. and
he cursed and swore very much, and
said. Abet he would have no .praying
Anecdotes about ;tsplvitutillstsi. Cr, and Ray, ti ohne' hecitattem, that in 1 011411t1 li now Is heat it ne.tist
Dl" EL TOR•TALMAI4IB. style and exeention they cocci surpassed'rf e gate me a knife one 11 ty al school,
NA $
It. 11 piano Arai thEIS elosed by the hour bl ided the handle die. el--
In my introduction to the elLialing of 10 _
the Nuttier' I state the following else:--, s p i rits, The 4illllC !MOM) MIR repeated, Auden , ,. hifiek words on the wrappet said
In June, 1853, after my return from Now with till.: difference only--thict it wile not
so loud. on neenunt of tho piano being be- -I was el "I I
"For (lie darlingest little girl:'
Ob ycle , , yet the eTalm i n bleat!
York. where I had witnessed many mum
lig The piano was then npened AiTel n in nl ;ie t' t7t "g ff ,' l c o h m e p l efl=l T et i r i o l tieWy j lt iit a p„t,
festations, I called on a writing medium
in my neighborhood. A eentmatucttton by the Rama power. and played by striking But i didn't know what it meant
the keys .0e the mettle, instead of the .
came through her to me, deacon •
'1 nie t ", key s . Oh ! w hat a wontlarful thing isihe said I mustiump oh h is toed,
form a circle in toy own tau t ly, ituu that a °l ; ir n I litg ui i niO W was falling fist;
this "edYlle fole"," that knPented" mind I witaldill oh till but Im coaxed and coaxed,
medium would be developtd that would in
nutting ,
__ .. a
be all I could desire 1 salted who it„, tv donut Intel&
zencer ''
And lie got Mil 011 ilt lust.
Imuelon • and (lath ring in teeny glee,
would be' It was an merit!, a daughter:
' To/11110Me 1113 course lie hem, ts
I asked which daughter, as !hod four 31,1 1 1,ip 1 e ainichilei„ Audio. lii eters looked at efteh ode rand Allied, was auseve red. Emily.-
4 Del 1 dela t, know what it meant.
The Nor; of her life is tun of incident,
I was then directed wheu a d orele should
be formed at my Lou o; to put Emily lit as the following Inief outline will eutnelent- tie years passed on, and they flinched his 9e
toss (
illtictiatteshadow efl di epee blue ,
the piano I asked will you teut,h, her to On a cold oveningrin Jaeuary, about tho They gave his, fur"' a h,a`"l!' K./Pate --
Phi) 1 "1 klt WHO WHSW ‘ r e f ir Till will Hee." year 1810, Ohm on, the foamier dun amid. ro lo
' ' hui cheese it MY Gluier /IUO
I by tl ti ilr amity r
' s it brook,
Emily is niy young.est daughter, and at n„,„ Inc uni,„ in piing was „loomed by N%
Mg:n i che da l ,' aria ahnos: l nperit,
that tune about thirteen yetis of Agin lt t h e ' s ik er Vince of a child sin au thlt
_ lullaby
is here proper to remark that she never
a m delightful offences upou the wintry And..
---s—now I Anus° +Alt a mead I
know a now in mune. and never played h am It it IS little Itachael /Ridging for her
__ , • t•-•
tune on the piano in her lite.
is this : the country was entirely new
rhe "sit° supper , ,'Moron pressed through the i
, L'eit)off,AL, ItiILUI . NOB —Elow natural tt
crow who were gado ring around her, ;Oa iv for man,to utelervalue hit influence, es-
WilPll we mot edi here. and there sus no t o Luc oat mom en t, g Q.! 41 Up ill a delicate p oe i a ily who ! ' tr it evil ! and how direult
opportunity at that time fen lush auto!' in litt le ,
la 'of ten or twelce s'trntnors, thinlY to realize tlib fact, that his influence will
music. She was instrucheal io tether cl ul, too'stands g in rho 4hoW, Old very
branches of educating a t bums by my • self outgo (4(10E4)1 • MOH • With her benumbed live after Inin. Mrs Shelley has an e.v
-„ cellent story ol a Gurimin student, who do
or othei members of this moi l ) , I • soon fi ligei 3 she held out ,w woo d en howl tor voted himself fit,r many years to intetye
1 111 . 111 4 as th - A trn. Ins ii itt,o Chorou elroppod,it stlver toady, to discover the, principle t o
forint d a circle in my o
reeled. Licitly' took Po ' and Penet t i ---- ti,. coin' Her hp art cy es rptie . l2Linit, 1.9 , itall—Sietteclels.,o_9lJleptseallPßllLlO.
Seen her teen wm ---V 4 ‘; ' lait . —lni mn'nril ,i e tioutiiirit muss et clay Into !lumen
infoglo'asslliirFaPer alt tle In n'e wd It blot Wif, owaketred. ' ' "' 1 ' form, und attempted to breath oi tranchise
then n. ado alit the ,to slog so well 9' ) , iIGVEd itE hld di•Ennt ed. Tho experiment
is termed a stuff ID MUSIC. She tin)" '4) child,' ho asked, ' w h o I login Yon into it the living principle, which he he
wrote notes upon it;
different Nu- in music, about ell *holt • Vooody , sir r l' a lid the little girl, while „„ eee d,,,i t, er lie creature mutt el, opened
she knew 'polities.- She then threw don't
her pencil, attd began to strike the table ~, r cow , ' ,
as it soloe d , the lo), of a patio 'fhli
'BLit Where did Ynn learn those heantiful alas I * d m , „, „„ his a loneap creature, a liaing beteg. But,
congener dm and her,
reminded fee CO it t hal bout duet teal to
which 'I do not fr to hod that the body which he bad form
net fc high you sing, and
pt ice burnt the pi too 1 prop ..1. I It to kitty 7,
tier, and, though u our Illy dillilent, she Li aud einbued with life, W.lB aniin 'Led by
irodeed. air, 1 h lye learned. ; a little of the spirit' of a demon, and th tit he W 11.4 SOW
tit once complit.d, and t iik her 4 1 . 1 M c hi
th em ei ~rywil ei e. Wheit Igo ahout the din g upon N M ioty a being of ids OWII ore 1 -1
all the , °repo ure and , of& lenee of at, ev• streets I hs'e ti WI ler the. wife - lows to Seem tom, imbed Web poiver and malignity to'
perieuced pt rhPi aka. :she struck the key 4
Indies and gent! mon who sing. 1, try'to scatter desolation t tiro' the , ivoi Id,. to all
mildly, arid pl eyed . 'l ten's Gruel, catch t i le „ is am . tk , ?mo t et „ atter .
without, ihui possibility , 0 .1
Waltz," iii a style th et would do ensile, to
, um ids art in de them tho hest svity. core, n.' chit' king its fatal ravages, or recalling the
one well tok 4 so tIIn um I'I• Situ t hen trim are cohl anti hungry , come well fatal gift iv Melt' he had so presumptuously '
played wane famili ar Lir , both . 1 ,, •"S'w el t nor, and I will 'lre you fowl and clothin.g.' conferred. Premsely so it is with that I
Home," "li moic Do et," "L vet Roc of F li d the
crowd inau who sends forth upon the wen Id a • I,
summer."good " Photon ; Mid the
" 11411 t ' the Ckuel, " "thd clapped their hands. But they lot their mm1(1,111111
Folks at Hone," "Lilly De 11.," &e. Situ the baffetul influence of a eor-I
title Itichael--she never again sling on ru pt a nd vic iou s lite —Western Recorder.'
then played an air tient ly to w, and sung i r, i 1 Chorea falu LI liluevilni 4. obtained permut
e with words improvised or impressed for
1 lionohts
the occa s ion.lS" and be a utiful "'" can- , ra il edueatirm, rind under his tuiri,4 l her on occupation we, extract from Alia Ste
inisoon of her p cents t to give her a nosed OccuearioN —The iollowmg i ,
misled to be sung and played by her , the
poetry and sentiment being gi iv en n asdwfine, at oniorlul vocal powers taped!) decelimed. p i ton ,/ e Old ti„,„ teiti t,e•
Death look attrey her be nefuetor, and she'
She wits also soon dove lopvii as
tor the batmen heart. Those a irily ork
a writing - returned Redo to her miserable parents. . P alinn I what a g innang thin g • it
medium, and I halm ietalted man bt a lUu The kilo
„pH wasps!, bud ling into the
'turd l : seldom, yield, themselves eam
tul Lowinuuications thieugh her, and of
to fancied or rust trr v 1 soli;!
of 't gracer fill Ind fascinating woman
the purest religious 7 Law:lila- 4 ,
She looked to the singe a 4 illo ogees of fldsO no hondo
I now add the following a. cognate to the obtainin,; bread , and succeeded in making
feeds upon it o s wn tears,raying theinnundutiti
above :—tin one nee isi ni I
a youn
began eng woment at the Gyinnoe, one of the RI , l ow. that a h a t e eurtion mig ht
lady entranced. and iii that state, with tomer • theatres of MAN 'Site' lAllifi AO
RI, :f
sweep away. noon funeral pail, thr strong I
eyes closed. played. on the mann from ono irepresoon, acid the audiences refused to
spirit is shorn of its might, and sorrow 1
air aster. When troubles
to two boars. wittiout. intermission in the applaud, s he Ivo do a pi a m i t e d hu t not hreimm9
0, m
must superb sty le. All the pieces played i.
ssconifitted. From ap old clothert tiler
flow upon you, dark and heavy, toil not
purported to be composed by spiriti , and, chant of lib. etc n race she burrowed
were never heard or pliyed before l'k- odd volume of Racine, and ing ell trilled
re nt i—rather seek,'hy oreepatiou. to elt•I
mange others was a derfrge," which. to an, uith the w ives—wrestle not with the ter
. , with the tragedy °fat/rotor/elle. 1 `81143 re
von din dar k waters t h at threaten to over
my ear, surpassed any 1111100 Of do) kIOO cited t h e past , o f t i 4,i H „,i i . i1k.J.,.,, he r
I aver heard; and the music anti the style
whieh - the ditties of life alwa:til present
of playing it sere equal to what we under oho mid to her mother.
uyto filled
wif 4
too t ; , -- o b ffs do l- L O p -
e ---- umoo2 : hnt whelin y ou t moo a thousand channels
stand of die most eminent performero and .._r will perform t [`welly.' f ert ili ze :
know uiy ded ' u Y Before you drearri of it. those waters will
Fraticatse, and
composers. Site also played a "„Itattle Through the inftticneu of a realer! actor
fresh flowers that may brighten the future
piece" never heard before . Nothing of the sh e obtained nn engage m ent at, the Theatre
the present, and give birth to
flowers that will become pure and holy
her appearance ignite char- in thin onetime w him. ..... et . ate . t o t h e
[mid could surpass it . There were the pp
' l'"" ' '
Preacher,. the att irk,the charge of cavalry, eaters of Racine met with great applanse. '
• I fel i t il every obsolete —,
pat i o toy , it apt f. l
and parts representing the peculiarities of The Parisians were to et:tomes. The Grielefter all is but ri selfish feeling : and
the French, English, Irish, Scotch, .Lc.' maginglirl of the Houle% ante was apotheo- most *a m id , le d ie 00w i te y selOs him.
The Scotch brigade came up under the sized AV( the 'Tragic Mead'. Eler 'salary
a If to the indulgence of any which brings
music! of the bagpires; and it would she was first fixed'at 4.000 francal ; the Neennd
no Joy to his fellow roan.
impassible to give such ft perfect 'mit ttion season, it was, raised to 104)00 fumes The °
of l
the bagpipes i n
thhe e e pialeano Afterwards .
ourts of France and Englandsoon delight' SItAIIPEIING EDGED 'foots—We !rah
cair.e the ba o td. the slow and ,
ea to pay her hoinnee ; and within ten,
solemn music to the grave, the perfect re- e la te the g
years from the hour when Chinon tookfollowin from a German Brien
semblance to the mufti, el el ei,u directly un- title, journal tor the henfit ot our natielian
her half frozen from the fitt eats of Paris, ,
der the feet of the media u, th e volleys of atm wore A goroeous diamond necklace with les and agrieulturnl laborers
musketryr•the boonong of etnnct° at la" the words "licforia to Radillei" EJObillZoll* 14 1 has if Mg been known that the aimp•
the distahee. and the quick and ed upon it I , fe a t method of sharpentug a razor is to put
lively air on the return. The eyibi . vials it ena ct al an hour in water to which has
me d ium w ere closed during the whole per- A LoNDON Foo.—Few persons eau heded foie twentieth of its weight of
form:itm The style of playing and the form ally idea of the d enti ii ! i o f a London umlaut: acul, then lightly wipe it off, and
fingering of the mstrument wore eh thely fog, from what they oeclielonaile see In alter a few hours set it on a hone The
b erent, and te artistc snormal kill fa
state r surpass- thiS country. On the 15th an d 16th of are' here supplied the pl ice of wile:some
ed er playing h ie her i . In November a ileitsia f o g prevailed m Wm" by corroding tite whole metal e uniformly.
truth. except, under this hillueoce.iihe had
, don and its vicinity, during whirl' *team- i st ) dip( nothing ruttier but a smooth polish I
not the physical ability to ploy pow' a h ea t s and omnibuses reamed to run, hacks its n e ce s sar y. The proress never injures
length of time without intermission. She
, and cabs got nn the side-walks, Lumbers good blades, while badly Issident il otos
purported to be influenced bY some of toe of persona walked over tht• wharves into li re fiequently ed by it, althgh
old masters. The style of music was the Thames, and were drowned ; smiler the rause °fetich unprov improvement remains ou un- I
changed from time• to time, as if seine now accidents took place in the lochs and has explained.
performer had just appeared. During the ins of several doeks, with many Intel re. oicif lithe this PIOrPIA has been applied
performance, the pumb atiutervala, and for sults ; persons were stopped nod robbed t o : fis hy oilier rutting 'mph meals Tho
fifteen or twenty minutes in •suct.cbsion. in the streets with tinpunitv.•and several work t e, ol at the begittiolig Of his no°o
- beat time to the mush , bY raNteg shops were pluodered in day time. without s p e ll, o r when he leaves Mimi the -eve
the two front feet from did floor, and still a possibility. , of el fi cteut intarferauep DV curia, moistens the blades of los snots a ith
striking the floor so gently as not to chs- the po l iee. ~ d ense was the totsi.) P ail water acidfied its above. the cost of Which
Curb the music in the least. The piano that overspread the monster city i is a l most not h ing , This sum{ the eo n .
was so large and ponderous that a strong _.,_ ___ _ _
off ere of nine and labor in whetting.
man could scarcely raise the front feet IllwAnns 0 FERKUP id
V '".... " nem ° n ew ' which moreover speedily wears out, the
front the floor. five hundred dollars for the hen that 'quid blades The mode of sharpening he e
r in-
On another occasion , whilst four of us, a wager. One hundred for the cat that
%heated would be found especially a
the medium being one. were sitting around was "let nut of the bag." Two hun dred tageoes for stekles and scythes. '
the parlor hre. the piano on the opposite for the cow that . 1 / 4 .lh°l 7e d ti tit t a ltr e e u e li ° un b let eel l Pitons&
VPINATION..—rt ill . with our
aide of a largo IGJUI was played with no and bitter`_fancy.
' h
oth Ofvee 12 on the : good latenlione as wet( our dishes...lo.
human being near it. The perfortnance and stitY foe the ° r B , „ ~I' n morrow is but often thy 40 pi' to
was of the most splendid character. 1 "wild pate' "sowed by a , ida yoo a
have often heard Btralesch and De Mey- ' man. day.
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The rnging fashieti ,in • New York or
hooPeol skirts, it touched off in the follow.
ing' inimitable , style by nun of the New-
York paper's. This fashion has not reach
ed ' , kis region, nod we hope it neter will.
1b yog alway s like to be close to the
'ga,s: to they, won't* go to the singing .
school r any other place whore the; pits
di )1 fettle, if they imbibe the boopetf,
skirt fever—. 7 catase they,don't like to Ittentl
"Oh! Venus de Medic's! suth slur •
and waists ! . How ran we embrace therm
at all positively,. where there is no inch ii
thing' se genitnremund them in one effort!
Skirts Imo swollen to that extent of lash
ion..that .no door is , . ends . enough' for
them to pain through wished some am
!adorable equeezing.. , R.eal 'belles' of the ,
fashien now seem 'like moving bells, lit- •
erally so that the .mullets 'and men have
to timer well in' the streete.,elve they will
run • ngainst ropes, hoops, • havnattitie,
and , the duce knows what, which
now inhabit the lady's dress, and complete
ly. take up. me sida.walks. •
The other day we happened to seems o 1
the ...dumpy" kind of mnvirg belled , of.
faohinni'sailing along the street a lit 4 point.
er" close , and skirts (NW--
At forty paces ;distant they 'Rented like
miniature. pyramids of silk ; at twenty pa.
.nee a mmHg smell of cnlngne water and
otber essences ; et ten paces a little lamp
like a bonnet was'discernable at the trip
of /the skirt pyramid ; at three pacee di
tent tbc.embedded voice of a female in the
dress conk,' be heard; at two paces,., four
ringlets of slim appearance resembling.,
oat-teilS dipped in molasses were Aisios
cred.:--two eyes ni weak and consumptive
`expression resembling boiled ociona--lips
like Mini' sentlwhiches with a bit of dies . :
eqloretl‘ beefsteak sticking
clieecks 'rOligher with mien fun. (Chin- .
end celnring) was all' that cnurd
erase ht mr the impression or irnagtria
fin: that the above things; dry goods etc.,
formed a wonitro ! We moved aside to
eanvan. ropes , and hoops to patta,.,
and 'went tin on: way rejoicing that aneb
w3is our share of what happy has
bands like to terin, .0h my honey I'
FAtuttoimeLE finuaddiri Nnvr Yong.
eitter the church porch." The poirt. •
ly sexton, with his thumbs ih :We RIM ' 4
hole* of' his vest. meets you at - the door.
llu &flees at you, your coat and hat are, ~
new, tai• he 'gr.:whine!). 'escort, you lo an'
ib fteat in the broad aisle, Close
you follows 'a poor. meek: plainly
etturseern.ltross, relieved from her tread. •
mill 'Nona to think One day in • seven 141.;
Atinlitlitir.;'•Arheieionirt *utak' whllk '"r
sudden blimltiesi. She stands embarrass
ed one Moment. then, is the troth 'dawns
mom her. retraces her steps; and, with
crimson blush reerosses the threitheld
which she has profaned with her. plebian
feel. , Hark to the . organ. It is a stain
from Hernia, rslightly liebbatb-ised.*-- •
Now ilie worshippers one after another
glide bi--silks rattle—plumes wave—sat
in-glistens—diamonds glitter and scores of •
forty dollar handkerchiefs shake out their :
perfumed., odors. . What absurdity to
PreOrali the Gospel ,of she lowly.
to %tiela a seat. The. clergyman knows
better than, te, tin so. •He valuer. his , fat
salary and liandsoint personage l too highly..
So with a velvet tread he.walks all around
the ton coininaitilments,—plares the down.:
instypillow ,under the dying profligate's
liead—olid,usliere hint with seraphic hym-,
iiing into an tipper- ten Lieaven.l,Fasvoy .
Tile 'HatDPI
nA 4 7B'is are a
known pent in the south and south
weal.. They go dead tigainsf all :Bible, .
'temPeratire,' end education societies; hate •
inission:4 to the heathen. and' ill modern
nrhomes for rmiveithig the reat of man
,Of ,course they are, opposed to
frowning, mid speak as they are suddenly
moved. A Georgia cOrresponient relates
the' following of olie of their preachers e '
'Tivo iifihem were in the seine pulpit
teuedier. Whiloone was preaching ,he ~
happened to say,, 'When Abraham hunt,. •
the ;irk.'
The one behind strove to correct' his .
blnuder by Caying out alood : /Abrahams
wariz't thor.'
• .
But the speaker iiushed on , heedless of , •
the interuption, and only took occasion
shortly to , rrin•at. still more thteidedly., l l
ear. when Abraham built the ark.
'And .I cried out the other, ',bra.
ham toarn't,:iiar.
I The hard'sliell was too hard to'be beaten
dow.O' 'way, and addressint the
priiiilo oxchiimed with treat ititliOnstion, -
.1 say Abraham'irsi Mon or Th ai aboutii."
BURN.-A Hornish Priest in Ireland meet- 2
nig a hit , : Witt: a bible in his hand, which
he had gat at a Protestant school, took ,-
him Nome; and OR entering his roost_
threw the' bible into the fire. telling
. ;lie
bay that h was a bid book, and he shiuld
not read t! again, at the same time loritid.'
ilm¢ him to 4To. to the school again. The
boy was at ;first. sad, but soon began to
anode.' The priest inejated on knowing
whylm laughed. "I can't help hingliing. h. "
rplitd, "for I was thinking your rev.
eience autildn't burn 'those' ten chapllit's,
I've got by heart." •
• • ,
l'ioy 1V hig inyti,that the number of devo
-14 I'B to'ihe spiritualist doctrines in that.
nt eolimated by a gentleniar. whom it,
11•Dirifti as su ffi cient authority, at twehia
411111'1111.d. 'rlollB ainbrace, it Kayo. many
.of our leading eitiienii—men of worth and
inielleCt. who deduce their belief 'rote
pliitimophical and liberal reasoning, soli
are by no means to be identified with,*
fanatic e: who are always ready to *obese@
auy new theory.
The Chinese appear to be rousing
thew Ohl homes from California. ODe
from Ban Fnknointxo toHoag Komlo94s - ?-
44 400, nod a noth er aboas die testsiskowl4
took v..k. 200 of that mit t •