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From the eineinuati ec}nunercial.
GENTLE BLUE-EYED ILUDEE
- Way duwn in ; 4 angsuionna county.
Where Sittigaintinna, river flowi
-15 hen unmet etimes ail her bounty
Ripe with cs.zii fruit ant! flower that 41ows--
1!t up mud &sot thewild, 'wild prairie,
Ten thousart4 blossoms ent the sir.
TWLLS loved seharming fairy,
Ilersett the sweetest flower there-
MOT Y121(3111' AECUItED.]
Thy- .:• • moitly fonail outside
tl-w allowed the honor of be:: •!
tae it Their tomi.rs lino tho -•7
the great roads beyond, thus greeting the s; -
:11,,rig the Appian way—lining it, on chin
for U. great k Still . ' Here. the stranger
i 3 seen wandering alto, illoughtful silence;
or gazing, with a stratign and melancholy in
terest, upon thedeeayedlreceptaclesof the ash
es or a once great and : magnanimous people.
Emerging from this, the stranger passes
oleums, strange looking cir
cular towers - , !Ina decareyif'irtasse., of brick
work, till, at letigth, ht. arrives at the Churc.h
vf St. Sebatuian.
It isierediblystated thattheir MU/WS remain
fn aria day, Auld that the ugh, rocky waits
around and aboori' are still black with the
siaeeke adieu. interiat, while in the rue-emboli4
ties:walls haste beeitenad the repitincor one
handfeed end eighty- tientaslaitt -
The4rtaitent; lawn a-reimmit ,
' , ..teedlr':fletief. One'Weald to e
t o l tia, a distance of sixteen mites
r• •tl tt •.f the whoh- to ext . :o(A sixt
t . hen thvy
cliri . •• . purposes S
•: : :le city on the .kppian
wa7, temple, which, f ,, r several.
centurios, had been detlic4,'..ted to the manes of
the dead. At the time. however, to which we /
refer. its roof had fallen in, and nothi
nmitted but its decayed and gloomy wall
around and over these grew thick dust
wild ivy and viucs: and a few old cvpru
stood close concealing it almost
' • T: i' , ••:• 4f ti
• • • 4r )*: lvi(leriing 143
This answered vet % i fir an
indeed who will say 7 .• l'oreestst of
deuce had not provided it for this very.
That r ystcrious and incomprehensible B
before 10:10SC fixed gaze all time, past, pr
and to come, is ciftteentrated in one N ;
glowing point, here had in read•
with its alter dedieated by his on
ding breath; and where his wrong.
ed . childrewhaight, in atter ages, enjoy
simple' and unostentatious rites, unseen by t.
eye of IttOrtat, and tree from the molestations
of their. - enemies. At least, for this end it
was and the etabletus of a mighty fait h
were diSpewastittrotn insiehiseledsnrfat
Inkau.ittihts4o#o,ly...lntlidwd - 4ti *Fed an old
lakikp eArs'!` *Valhi light over it, and upottthe
sUrtyPid)ag widiar—briliOtang, however, to t
a;fitrange,z spec:Out glOoniiness.
ttptAl it itoOd a VISE earthen goblet of wine,
and by it lay A ten pieces of unleavened
hresd, weaved in, a dean, white linen napkin.
slung side of these . ; lay a soiled parehtnent,
containing a portion of the records of a faith,
destined, in the providence of God, to go
forth front . *one dark, gloomy caverns, and
oftemputs . 0, length and titeadth. oft , the
whole eexth. . e
k, ii intagina
liners a I7L
van all-perva- -,,
.ect and afflict-
le beta* •just
$4) rr o w
looks the es-4
r is it za ..111 wen
mourn )vor a great
trr 5 I
inn - , and as the iieony, and groan 4,
sw t_is recalled to their x►zitzds, .ems
els an unearthly life thrill through
and a readiness to guar the to of
that they may share in th
“Aft !” said she,
i 1 ltenie, weep
eep, aed yet rejela
—Conceal not thy sorrow,
lens, LLS enjuy at lee
- latiathlaing ~. wit eta
know thou art."
44,t0 t . yeit," 140.41 she * 4 4 -
laY dMdrell r4iO4cd
1011114 me. - wee the juqpip;
rred together in ,our own
et ht -the greeteet t imtbly 1
letved, end **red br
retlioge of our fear littie ones
are marked b
ipless aald inottinksi‘ ,•
own 4:Ase, as -
- tad though t
met and old
ti, t Ot
N ir it
F - -
. NV as
eugth Trite of heir- tin
feet, and in a r
, though iny sorrows_
Inrance of a motile
sites leaned Ile r he,
Wag crag of r
of a dip,
re is not I.vantin,
ad taught t!
it her t has lo
two men, who were
Prythens and all pre
.6,llowers of Christ.
Thf y were earryiti .
few thinnti-s - I earthen Z. whit 'h
tilos° around Li
t blessings; •
are almost bey€
gainst the n
oaf the sorrow&
having• row ttp
Was unable for a fuw•
- 11 - ious
twgtiri to 1.1141,4 rest it
.14)1 : v*11 she corod, ;di
111; tames reached our
riztri hint no MOrt:,
/11 YS babe its wy arm
husband and chilervt
A.ed 1 ion V Oit'e-
1 1.1 - I,vl7utu 4 ;,l i mit ha
t.i.rm shalt nc-t •
3tt s wiping till- trisl
.ror proceoli ng from the
ous possagi. •': :
fie tromhling with ' ,
riltt gui(lk , , at this
b or . as thr , ;race`
„X' !ength. howeve
Were heard issuing f
IV becoming more at
few trvyntent'e, tire lip
Irinds of the guille,
r,irky sifitys,a, few yai
Presently, he ente
“For what purpose is Ibis
thetas, laying his trembling I
tents Frit eoittains the, ash
—even the itsht
the Master's evt,s, a
with piolvi cary."
‘,4 They shall not • -
a on '
last, great day, at the voice (
and the sound of the last fru;
now reduced to a blaelc un
ashes, will spring again into
mortal; and re-poisessed aga
spirit, pais away into the heal
ing in the joy: and partieipat
long, glorious triumphs or out
“What a mistary what 4:1
lozen or more voiees at once.
“Yes! protiatild mystery t
ence,but clearly, glowingly
records of our said
same time taking up the- soi
his hand, and reading as follous :
4 , Behold I shoo: you at mystery ; we shall
not all steep, but we shall all be changed, in a
moment, in the twintling of au eye, at the
last trump; for the trumpet shall sound, and
the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we
shall be changed. F. or this corruptible must
put on ineorruption, ould this mortal must put
on immortality,” and rolling up the parch
ment again, he laid it on the altar.
„ Peace; peace !” Was the
from those around Lim•
her, with •a
it cirri nit in a
)ed i,i my si4tv,
,som. °wroth- I
us. jirappoo r r;
Sul stivet, with f
thoutcbt 4,af my
erkter Again t
lev in a Si
', or how eoetti)-
crl s , ark-e 1%
: 0, 71 sli
1 41 Lit,
ic•z•t, pale, nail
1. .1, ItslN 11101111?IltS
it 'ram a
Y, low, mu
pri , ssyd voices
lantern in the
efloctsyri on the
. m its entrance.
rn; followed by
1(1 anti fearless
, sent, as
of our.mart -r-
he Saints a
lost," said. „ o. :man of no
se arm aft' leed a felliale,
kniovn to the holy man.
'e! not evert the smallest
raising 14 eyes, arid
IoAA arf , lnd him;
`then Uri], in the
Al The.trek angel
nip, bodi e s,
tivity and ITC
- , :ptible and itn
iitri the Sainted
- ent there 'sitar
ion- in the last,
revealed in the
Prytheus,. at the
led pare hn►ent in
TheliVinter of the Heart.
Let ft never * Uk upon you. *Live se OM
good Angels !nay protect you atm this teritibk
evil—the winter oftbe heart.
Let ho induence freeze up the boun
tlatlonsof sympathy Laird happiness in its depths:
h eOld bunt - tee settle ever itswitt Bred#ripts,
like snow on the faded dovs - ers; no mkt: blasts
of dlseatettent maul and shriek through rats ties-
Your iiils-path may lead you amid
which - for aNtiirte seem utterly to impede yotti•
progress., and shutout the very light ef beareii
from your an:6mm gaze:
Penury may ethe place of se • n lid Piga
ty; Four luxtirioughospettekst Ix' ode:hanged for
a single, lardy reetn,the soft -ecnatels fer the
sinew pallet—the rieh viands for the coarse
the(' of the peer. -St.Uniner friend:, may for
ake ytnt, and the unpitying world pa.is yon,
it.ft scare ely all )ok or Watt eiumpassi on .
Ynn v be inreed to toil =Asearily, steall i y
• •• er the dea , that hind you.
•• at.. • •
tt noble, +V. • : our
yea- . ' • .
..r spirit (-11 :- ',, ' ::. - • ••• laritv,
e'ren t' - ' • : • . .tiot
un- I I ) •'' !Yuman exe ..
bc.c4 • . • sometimes been
, a i t i I hetr • . • : bdetilip only a
tlehisio• . •• ' bright phttut(Ein which
ay.-ay trohl your grasp.
Do not thin?: th;tt you are fated to In. rnisi2r
able hoonuse you art. disappointed in your ex
pectations, and Initiled in year pursuitts
not dpohlre that God has loralitken you, when
your sr a y is hedged about with thorns, of
pinwsinthily, when hr calls your detkr voes to 1 1
the Irma heyond the grace.
Keep a holy trust ill heaven through evt:ry
trial; hear adversity with fortitude, said look
upwardsn hours of teat ptati tos •and suMring.
When your locks are white, voter eyes dim, and
your weary; when your steps falter on
verge of Death's gloomy vale, •still retain
the' freshness and bni , yaney of spirit, which
shier i . . -out the winter <if the heart.
and try to borrow some; for. he. that goes a
borrow ing goes a sorrow big, att, Poor liielrtrd
says: and, indeed, 30 does he. Unit lends to such
people., when he goes to, get it again. Pour
Dick. fart er advises. uiti Sacs:
-Fend pride of ("rem is sure a very cum:
Pre fabric you eonsuit,consult your Parse."
And ag:tin,'“Pride is as loud h begger as
want, anal a great-deal more saucy." 'When
von have b,ught une line thing, you must buy
ten more, that y(mr aPpearanee may be all ofd
piece: but Poor Dielz sat s, “It is easier to
Suppress the first desir., than to satisfy all
that follow it." Audit is ;Ls trnly folly for the
poor to ape the rich, as for the 'frog to swell
in utder tto equal theta.
It is, however„ a Way soon punished: fur, as
sayi, ,, 4Pride that «liars, on van
itY, sups °II e'intetoPti Pride hreaktasled with
Ple n y , dined with poverty, and supped, with
infa.my,,M, And after all, of whit this
Pride of apl earance, for which so Jainch is
risked, swinueh suil'ered! lt „gamiut pro
mutt% heaith, Or gase waits.: it makvstioino,:ase
of merit in the perso:, it er9atu., 4..nr v., it
'But What madness it tuns: in to run in clebt .
for these superduities! aropflered by the
terms of this sale,six monthi cred.it, and that,
pethaps, i has indnced some : of us . to attend it,
because'wc cannot spare the 'ready money, and
hope to be fine without it. But ate think what
you do when you run in debt; you give to
another power over liberty, you . cannot
pay at the time, you, will be ashamed to see
your creditor; you will be in fear. when you
speak to him, you will make poor, pitiful,
sneaking excuse, and, by degrees,come to Lose-
your veracity, and sink into base, downright
Jying; tor, "the second vice is lying, the first is
running in debt,'? as Poor Richard says, and
again, to the same purpose, , -lying rides upon
debt's back; whereas a freeborn Englishman
ought not to be; ashamed or afraid to see or
speak to any man living. But poverty often
deprives a man of all spirit and virtue. "It.
is bard for an empty bag to stand
STD-0011ERN INA AND Gnu.3.—At a debating
society in Schenectady, the other day, the
subject was, which is the most beautiful pro
duction, a girl or a strawberry After con
tinuing the argument for two nights, the mee
ting finally adjourned without coming to a
conclusion—the old members going for the
strawberries, and the young ones for the girls.
, 44:,..0f; cool, your honor." replied have
411.•• braze** impudence, “lkep 004-rand
thaea . what have beeo tryiog to (W."
..flot, pm. are cloned with *Air, beastly
d and iying ki the guttrr. •
9Drunicar r z.nv Ly !Ito Vitt, r
"What Wart youlyil3 iee the- gtztr4r for it'
vOu were nut drunk?"
lawyer of Poughheeptne 'arab applied
his lifetime, by indigent neig
tor his upinton on a question of law itk
Which the interest of the latter Were plater, 1-
k involved. The lawyer gave his advie,
charged the poor fellow three dollirs for ft.
“There is theinoney," P.siti the client, =Lit
is all I have in the world, and my fluffily has
been a long without pork."
(.Thank renlied the la r, 4 , ftly
wife never knew the it t" pork dike we
“Ner never %kill,” the e,‘-:,t7ytaalt rejotried.
I ,, np, ham suers a great hog as you."
The luwyer was so pleased with the 4:tart
ness of ids repartee that he forgave the iioor
fellow - ard returned me 'Mauer.'
THAI - MG TIT icimirrNrft.--Diri you go to
Dr-- to have him cure you or lisping?"
:.aid a. gentleman in Louisville to it little boy
who had been tongue-tied.
First—She should be like a snail, to keep
within her own house; but she should not be
like a snail to carry all she has on her hack.
Steandly.—She should be like an echo, to
speak when spoken to; but she should not be
like an echo, always to have the last word.
Thirdly—She should he like a. town clock,
always to keep time and regularity; but she
should no: be like a town clock, to speak so
loud that all the towninay hear her.
f.l7'• Zeb," said a chap to his chum the
other day, ":it soents- to me you didiv't stay
lohg at .S.tuire Tugger's last night.''
"so," was the replyi was satin' a few
pleasant things to the daughter, and the (.4d
`man came in and gave me a hint to go."