Carlisle herald. (Carlisle, Pa.) 1845-1881, October 13, 1858, Image 1

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D U. COOVEU; Proprhitor.•
'rho On JILIN'S. tf.II is put/1100d 'rokle'on a large
omf coot Q.tlnq twonty etzln eol 1111 l and furnished
sulwrilows at id.`lo I • paid strictly In airuu•e
17.5 if paid within the year: or g'.2 In all I:Winn w•hel.
my runt is delayed until :Merlin , expirdtio a of the
eir. N, suhw•riptinns received OW n lode period thrill
t Inn.; diuenuthuunl until all arrearAgow
o paid. unitrc at. M1° , 141011 of tloopublisher. Pamir,
.at ill subscribes llying out of Cumberland mallet)
lot be paid for in ddvanje Jr the 1111) , 111 , 111t 11/041nalgi
x 1.1111 regirmsible pormoi Ib limp hi r'unberlurdruuu•
'• the., terms will be rbildly tothereid to In all
AD VE turisEm it NTs, •
A•trertl.enionts - wfil he chanted $l.OO per; store of
vo lin ax ro. , nroo i1y1 4 140116. and •,;.5 coots OW 0141
•else.llllll , ejnist.lere4 t4111;111..
A..ltertlme.nowtsintertetLbefinlAttrttget!itiPi:t l Sl ,ll kE
•onto porting, for first Insertion. Red 4 cents per line
;.tullge;1;,;•la. 18;,;4;1114. IN.11111111.11lielli.1 0 1 1 A; Rn out.
eta of 11.11it...1 ur Individnal Interest will he ehnreed
...Ito per line. 'line Proprietor will not he responst
0 In it . 11114 ,4 fir errors I. ntivertls,inents. 91.1tnery
Lives or Maria,as not exreedlng fire ilnus, will le.
'Wiled . 4; bola
he Carlisle Iforald.ltlll PRINTING OFFIVE - Tirlice
n 2.4 anti in. 4 eomplete establishment in the eounty
we: good and n.aeneral variety of 1111111 4 1 . 1111
11.44.1 11,r idatn and Fancy work of everli kind tooth
to 11•1 .14111 I'IIIIEIIW dt the shortest not ire M 1411441 11114
oit r 0.14444.11411.1 4, terns. _Peinons 'ln want of Mils.
Inks or-anything in the .Thhhion line. will hod It .to
it I•derefit to Itive.novi call,
__Every vayletyqrlllaelks
"'hinds , on hand,'
rural doh Coca anionnotton
resident—.l 1M ES 8111`11 is AS.
ire I'resl.lollC—.lollN C. llnt.eKr.sioimie;
evretary ilf. i`L:101 —l/011. LEWIS CAHN.
ovretary of I ittorior-3 woo Toot 1 , 801 . 4.
verotary of rt . ... tirv-11 tat.l.l:
,notary 4,1 VVlir—.relit If Ffov -
orretary . of Navy—lSA it' TOUCEY.;
ost Master Goner/lI—A. V. lino, N.
ttoroev I leneral—.l Ell EM I ill 111.APK.
hior.l ustlee 1/I..thit _United ..titlttes=lt,. 'LANKY
oVerlinr —W11.1.1001 F. PACKER.
.crotary—wn:Luoi lIEIKTER.
liellerai—.lollN Ito, C. •
11.1Iillr tl ctierill FR
curer—l I Willy S “V. the Supreillo Culla I.F1,1?, .1, IP ARM
AI, W. B. Lowitm W. A. POKTER.
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roslilent Juthn-lion. daniet , li. Graham.'
salatu .1 udin,-limn. Michael Cocklin, Samna
ktrivt A ttorney-NWin. 3. Shearer. t ,
roth 'notary-Philip Quigley. , .
e..ord, Av.-Daniel S. Croft. .
Is-S. N. M /ail
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14,1 i 'lleriff-4,r01 , Bowman: 'Deputy, John Jacobs.
ulity 'Treasurer-)lusts Bricker.
aroilerNlit elicit Nlellelfan. '
aunty Counnhadaners-iiillinin NI. Bender/din, All
o., Kerr.. rlaninel".3legan .- Clark - to Cnniii&sioncrn
ins Arinedrolin. '
iraetar,,, of the Poor , --tlearga Brindle, John C.
on. Samuel Trltt.-Superintundent of- Nor Bann',
Iseph lAditieli. ', _ .. _ . .
Ilurgess—Wllllnot l'art. , _
sishtut. Burgas's—Sr:olds Kekels.
wu Como-11—.1.11. Rather ,Preshlent) John Rut.
I, Reber!. Woore,'.lemes 31. Allen. Wlllllllll Cilliteron,
o D. tiergas, 31ie6 Kolreoih, 311elmul 31hileh,
r Moo)°,
erk to D. M/111011:
lIINGIbins—.I:Iet,I, Bretz, High Constable: Robert
arum, , Word Coto:Wide.
s ilres or the l'noen—A. L. Spousler, Dark 5011414
tel Releetith, Mdlthen Keepers.
nt Prosbyterlan Churob. North w,ist •anglo of Con;
quaro. Roo. ay I'. Wing Pastor.—Sery Ives
u inlay Morning at II o'elueli, A. M., mud 7 o'clocl,
mood l'onaloyterlen Church. corner of South: anovei
.st sets. Hee. 31r Cells. Prodor, Services
pence at 11 o'clock. A. 31., and 7 o'clock I'. 31.
noel locust angle ~f
re c in ore.. tuv..lacub 16 quess. Serxlces
o'clock A. 31.. and 3 o ' clock, P.. 31.
oAllp.ll healer:no Church, Ise:Lined beta een 3110100
her edeeen , Jacob Fry. Pa.tior. 60r1 lees
I.llV2Pt4l3lllMt‘''lll:;:lll.:'‘ii...:ll'kt P. SI.
M I . 4 West IL
andsll.t lifTeetS: A. 11. liri:ner.
ices nt 1111,,:, o'clock A. SI. end o'clock P 31.
,tll,/,11,,1, 0. Church. ktirm charge, vorloce .11itin and
Si reels. .1103 . . li. 11. Chanobern. Primer. :sonic.. at
rioel..t. 31. coal 1.1 ¢ c'eleel. P. 31.
.ilo.allat . loolecit ,S ill ego:lege.) Rev. A. A
e. Santos Sert ices is College Chapel, .at 11
.14 A. 31 1111.1 1 o'clock. P .31
Pinnlret 'war EnE4
I,llldvn. 1 . 1114,. 1,1.1 . 11c•t. in ti u . .21Id Sun
1o1,11•11 111011L11.
:1/.111 1:111 /11 1 11111 Clllll l Ol 01111 .1 1 1 of 1 1 01111',1 :11111
and .trrrb•. Fllli Pastor. ner vicrn al
m. k. A. M., and 04, P. M.
heu tlu• zanivo:lL. , , neves.4,ary ND.
•r persons' are rmlutpted to Wll6 . us
y Charles Collins, D. In., Presidont. and Profeasor
I Nionve.
•. 1. Jruoio M. Jianoon, IL , l'relessOr
oil Lao:lira, literature.
nos M Martthall, A. 311, Proletotor of A• clout Lai,
~ al w. 1,. B A.,M., Professor of :Mathematics.
Imo t'. tt ll.nt. A. M., l'roti.m.or of Natural
'orator oi the Blur.•
'xi. oiler ,110111, A. M., Proteesor of Hebrew Bud
tr.,. •
mei D I.llDuldll, A. M., Principal of lhe Graninitte
drat* Illnlr. l're4lool, P, Qulelvy, E
win. U. P. II c11.:n.41..1. Ilmnlituu. Stiereturj'..ltinoir
Tre4ooolo..lvlin N))00 . , 314,10000.. 1100/,
nL .1101010) 01 each :111.ntli at 8 o'clock. A. M. ut
on Ilull. , •
MIME DrIIIISIT Itrebard -Ararkor,
It. N.C. Mur.seltaan ; Cler1o;, .1. I. 'lash, Intuit
y, C. W. lived; Dlructoria, Richard 19;r1“.r. Tllolllto
111. Abraham hosier. Jacid, Leib.
Woodward, {Vm. 11.31ullia, ;Sawmill 11 hurry and
~,;:yl.,Np VALLI I'at Him) COMPANV.—Presldent,
rick I•4l....". — Sveretr :MC. Ttenatta,r, tAluartl
c; Superuit andel, t. 4.1. N. Lull. Pio:wager
it day. I.lo , twaril ludviug Carlisle at 10.3 a o'clu•ch
and LOU Two trains oveey day
ward., leaving carll.lo u 6 14.50 o'clock A, 31., two
1111 LE 114 ANI. WATER ColleANY.—l4rAident, Fred•
Watts; Sueretary, Lemuel Todd Treabut er, %% tn.
.etool ; Dlreeters V. Watts, Diehard Parker. Lemu•
d. Wm, M. Brehm, Henry Saxton, .1. W. thy.
D. thorgas. It. C. Woodw . ard. and I:. M. Biddle
nem.l AD VALLEY • BANK.—Predddlit, JOllll S. Ster•
Cashier. IL A. Sturgeau; Teller, Jos. C.
ors John S. Sterrett. Wm. liar, Meleholr Drone
lU,•hard Wtmds, John C. Dunlap, Hold. C. Sterrett,
Sturaeou, and Captain John Dunlap.
nberls” • Star Godyo No. 197. A. Y. M. meets at
u 'tall on dm '2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every
.Ile lod to No 201 A. V. M. Meets 'id Thum
each th, at Marion Hull.
Ilale ,I..dge No Ul I, 0. of 0. F. Meets 4dutlay
ng, ut •Treuta
'' • ILSaulfillillY nrytit a • ' . l
11111 it. BS. Curtailer,: Vico President. William 31.
or; Secretary, A. 11. Ewing; Treasur, Peter Men-
Company meets the find Saturday in Mitch. J mid,
umber. and December..
iluaiborland Piro Company was instituted yebru.
18, IS;;. President Robert McCartney: Secretary.
ip (Nigger; Trencurer. It. The company
s n UM dhini - Saturillor onalluary, APOI, Jufy,
October. '
~ Ors IVIII Hose emnpany was instittited In March
p r0 0d,,,,t -It. A. StuNconaire President, .istaes
eCartiloy; Secretary, Samuel IL Onuld: Insurer
pit D. Halbert. Thu company' moots the second
toy of Jauuary, A pal, July; and October. .
tore on nil lettersof ouo•balf ouurai weight or uo.
I runtw pre pold. except to Callforolo er..t)regoo
In 10 cen,o prepold.
Lugo On - the - - Honed "—within - the Count), free'
ill the Stole 13 mot., per your. ^onny port of tilt
.4 Sto. , or 21; naoto .1...tag0 9n all tronoloot paper.
r 3 0111104 4 0 to Wettrltt, I cent' pre-paid' or two cent..
;Myer , teed lutterfh to be rherged with the test
Cur. utile 'suave, Main 51,
rirrittou fi.r tho llorald.l
TILE 110117QUET'.
"In Easters lands MAT t lICPn flowers." .
It nrlght.l rAd the Ipif !net
This. Is nhnt the pi flowers Fay
Tim` trinlx owdit its eVery hour. •' ,
114,p0, dwellg h, tits "nllr ory almond
1 . 110 arbor ;1 lives for me r :
Thu rodar VO
ill 1 be comet dainty hix,\ -
. • Something ot my heart's window knoolm,
Coy 1...1eer/I whispers lot—
I 'tart not answq hastily.
Anil yet, and yet.—wu e m truot. to Thou,
thii fir, sublime.
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Thes oak geranium FIIIIIPF-73t111
At y:itnaweehbriar:ii
For thlhlest to Lind my ‘,1p111311 ° 1.1 power?
Roods of htTertiml-4111y 1104 or?
No unit tor :--Fo. the poetaster
Partal9.§ your sentlroonts—as aster
Thlaheliotrope—what a strange motion
That uoulau should ho all *vollon !
Ha! hnl well, .11,11 mo dove. or turtle,
1 tn p lnitivy I love-4111s myrtle!
V.III natter with your nthrooelrette-
Better Hem pretty—am I pet? -
And It Is well some useful knowledgi
Should he nolulred e'en nut of college
And so to mind pie t fate. my tle s ar,
Titlß sprlitor pursley I find tterot
'What 1111 We? verbena? t witting me
,wanit or nensibiln?
Ah, no! for sweet illantims InDs_
The orient love thy bosom swells
And. rows-.-rosi•s! what'say they
Huth, and half blown—and full—a nay !
Pill,: bride's wrath 4011. t mipcily
Lin k'ti - with this gay heritio,a-1
11Met romprelmml—a staph, 31m141- -
I'm nolv todw afrala
Vor 1110 I4t.rahl.l
Laughing In the ) , pnlight;
Bounding . •
sting on-the wavelet,•
• Weepinarneath the AMR . , • .
Dashing down the tare:v.lllot,
Where the rapids rear
'Mooring math the shadow,
"." Of a fork chore; - A-
ClitUbing up the mount/In,
Gliding through the glen,
Sl:thing at the tountain
• Buljbling I o our
Looking at the future
With a hazy eye,
Iluro lug through the pre,tent,
With a mournful
, Mingling clouthrtandi nunshioes
In u daily suite;
Bless met these are changes
On the rod .1 ifs;
Yonder ttipti a maiden
Sporting in her teens, •
tier laugh is w find Joyous;
Weadt;V whit it 101,111111
She's linen. to pleuure's borers, •
And plucked the rases there,
And with the fairy bowers
. Has decked her golden bah'.
On 010,1u:tide. &flacon,
O'er her jo:,,tus way,
And her bright eye gintow
As the sunle-ntne play.
But the flowers are withering,
II her golden hair,
And her red lips quivering;
CIANIIIIII In coining tbn re.
It Mills. and 'UP:lth the willow,
The withered roses lay,
And on the gantry billow
° The sunbeams danced away •
And lett her pathway; dreary.
lore forsaken 0001
And 11, heart. was weary
As she wept alone;
The now 1111, .01 h oat are holed,
-And the bowni sighs.
The hoop 01 fire is 2 4 10 .1,1
And 10, she droops and dies,
• Thus clouds nod sunshine.
Mingle eret in their strife,
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And 1111 I 11,111 , sail the cliauges
. On the road of lite.
Corro•pouduorn Iti.ntld
i i
Two pupils of mine exte pled us a kind in
vitation to enjoy the hospWity of their fine /
Burinhouse. which we '0 Ut,s , accepted.. it e 0
looked forward to this vf.ll to the Catskills
/with joyfel anticipation. that with the 'many •
other+kosures, lost nothing but rather gained -
in the realization: Their thrtit is located on
the Know skill creek. in a secluded valley,
broken by rolling hills ame whose heads the
evening.shadows of the-great mountab s, • , ix.
iii-es distant. foils like a monde of solemnity.
The two youtigl 77 nienWaive, referred to. not
neglecting the dudes 4 . 2itnntwp life, do yet
give themselves to mental attomments soul
thus set a wo thy example - they tower above
am iner'e avaricious; money getting rabble, as
ttwer (Itch. 'own mountains above the sur
roUnding 'landscape : when age shall have'
crowned their lives. may they feel that they
lucre . been richly rewarded for the efforts of
their early youth:.
! It was a wild and beautiful scene, now liedg-•
ed in by ancient rock sod tree, and then-the
thr-reaching landscape undulated and rich in
that changeful Mountain reenery,-6 smooth
solid road. of tuck led to the rough-hewn stone
church, of plain devive...its.west windows had
reflected the blue light Trontthe! Catdkillx for.
(me hundred and twenty-six years,—within,
the choir was singing an old air in which was
heard .• firm as the /0/8 thy truth shall last ".
The minister, It man of eighty years..fitood up •
bethre the people. • Ills clear white boar and
microbic font gave impressiveness 'to the
words— - I tell you if these shall hold their
pence th e very sione., would 'immediately my
-out,":-_-"Yes. l ' added he,--“thentountaita would --
explode with terrific thunder upon the guilty
intuanity 1 luny - mkt nut lertarnhulrhirsifimi,
or God save the chosen king of Israel."
A day on the mountains— bland and beau
tiful—clear as a sea of crystal wasAhe sky—
a stillness. ;melt only as golt September brings,
.asin-its. last. days. it ,givea it a sad- swelitsmi
whose clear. but dreamy wavelets Petal away
into October's haze. I ant aware that 'I enter
'now upon a scene only to be jell—description
is impossihle. I would contemplate it in si
lence. ,Let silence be your only; companion
when you gaze up into the deep blue, over
sky-reaching Mountains . ; silence, when you
look upon the tremendous heights that engir
d.o you in their filtitnOOSOS on every. side. Si
ience, when sir tree a breath mons the gor
geously,ltuctl autumn foliage; and t Ito; murmur,
of 'cascades, and the wild-bird's' cadence fall
done upon Site oar. Silenoo, when you look
I to the ,clotannt and - yawning deeps, where
, vale-falls leap - and roar.' Silence, when yen.
,hirt.' Ole herder Of' the 'ill-fling ;mountain
scant, and.; look - . up'
,intertitinabla height a,
, vhence glittering sky. conies (town its
long; plunge into its. envenoms , abyss. the
mountain cataitnle,•Ml brotdm iu iiparkjiug
linty Inandre Is of feet,above.' Silence. when
on the silent mountain lake, bordered with its
11d woods. Silence prqfound. when yoit look
from the mountain summit upon - the world be
low.: Silence. tbr'words arc hut titockenc to
describe .rash it
IC in ihe power of nssocintion'almw. that
gives magnit tide to interest, - 13e un the Oita
by Niagara, or in the subterranean halls
rot' flat tin. for rt titty;:atul.ent•li name 3vifl bear
to your Mind a wonderful significance,
Well you reuid in the Courists of 'what, they
cow.aild what they done, but with me remains
no power to tell what I have s.een- for 1 have,
Neely and' heard nione/erobte thing's in the in. un
tain.visions and voices .-:forms of mighty and
hewilderinginhgaiticenci! lavuntl. t lie-extereal
diewf-11111,sonte-thing::-may he mem inked. and'
here they are. 'We aseen led by the road
above youth Mountain. Two of on left the
company ill their carriage to wiinl up the
p 14S. While we traced the rocky stream up
ward to the Falls, a mile and a hail above
PreeiMlSAl) this, however we passed through,
•• deserted - that on this Sotithern
;Acclivity hatddlaurished-for-a-few-years-butd
now nature again had .claimed her solemn
reign,c Ilarlinderc , and-the - -maple steed - in
theit•beauty by the shattered dive ling whence
human voices had lung since gone -the cricket ,
by the hearth stone wit.. the only-sound with
in -the great rocks toweretdto the skie: above;
the, steeps dawn card clothed:h all the
var:e it g'oey ef :61fIltnn - the forret) stream
of mountain springs roared :tied taught d alter
nate in its' race of rooks—the'old mill was in
ruins the limiter lay scattered alma the
tunrodden paths lay in the sunlight, where
life and love so oft had .passed, and front the
tic and . pine trees. shade, fancy entild -hear the
whisper that had lingered. when the voices nod
the font agotte scarce left, a vestige
that Inlniau hopes owl sympathies had ever
been there. So let man kit nc. (:sla - ture,llnit
thou canst river Iris smirk with. IV-pi:ON, and
h - thy,,vfnes; and bedeck it - With
thy beamilta WI tPlum ers -and - so teach him..
that his true wort, is teiihin, •• where-neither
moth nor rust cloth corrupt. - all I from whence•
he eon • • bring fort 7i. - omir , rboi h. new an d
io adorn and bless his rase
The upper Nil of the latitip'sl:lll is inie 'tun
, ifitsil wait eighty feet, and the toted 'beflitiful
cascade I base Byer seen. From one hundred
feet ahovedts hose it silts down like =tow in
most graceful curvilinear_ :41131.0 , . like , the
folds of a lung robe of white Islet. No picture
! or account ean give st . f rue . idea of this . fall, 01.
of the peculiar projt,t Mg ledges from which
it precipitates itself--Inc Within 111,
nut -- rock - -back -- of the - fall 'tile - huntati - 11;mrtv
!looks so incoitiparably 4tualdas to fully con
, .firm the vasitiess of the .1, to aniia,
fed nature. we StilV 3 tbs that 11'3.1 1.110.0,001
laken and chaiobil who iotirC,' I out or nit;
winshiw - upon us, havingflie !naive conning .
of making us, think he fell quite at home.
11no of our party also 'tialV a wild 'hear. who
"(idlit. f .bear) felt himself liapity?al he thought:
it over by some &Wrack. Ittat none others of
had a sight at him.
:! The, two lonely lakes on the mountains,
and from - Flitch - the Kaitt-ikill has its source
lie in.a deep solitude of an unbroken forest
of, lir, hemlock and spruce; interspersed
here and there with the rich tints of
trees. Who lists stood on the plateau of the
Mountain I tell you he has stood
upsin one of the tine .a elevatinns'of the earth.
The view is or the Itighe-t tit tgnificence. as of
801111th00011035 - if the. "kingdom.; spit
glory of ;he earth" at a glance lay beneath.
the-scent - Thrmigli ice
entire length. Village-spires, farm houses
'and woodlands intersper.sed : the far, distant: .
mountains of the the cal log tweet=
tops far beneath your feet: . the grand area of
a ira ell, lies before you with all its infinitude !
of,hlentled reality and cxternal light, of be
wildering but sintl_uplifring beauty. If you
need tad to appreciate the vanity of littm•in
greatness. -pew' it day amid the amplitude of
the ittimmaiti solitude.
Tlie .I‘e . eent_oit the North is by a tine rood,
liordered liy 1119 .1 . 01.5,1. which
glimpses of the landscape below are very
charming. as at' a rapid rate'your carriage is
whirled down the mountain road. The de
scent into. '
rr/!y /fid/on , . which I 111150'1ms
rendered IS .41%1 lie deepest interest.
There is the very spot upon whiell of •• Hip
‘'tin %tinkle" slept—fur wmity -one year: wit -
oni awaking. We stopped to listen, -1 ocerx
silence WAS 1/t. ;IS yen (011111 I air I tilting
but your own howl lira's. .Cveaey ping ruitatictl
tostrep —llls hi Ii rock •crowned stmunitsabove
wert , asleep. The - spirit or sleep hall east a
spell over Ica.' Ito.l !trunk even. :NO lfild re
lieved that dead. stillites , . P. , etride was
sleeping on the hill; Our hur.,es began to
3 dreaminess gradually clew aayer us
the beautiful stranger in the heavens —the
Comet —more beautiful in ILNcI at; mountain
1 i..t..e..0u1t1 soiree lilt Sue eye upward
were all asleep, dreaming of the Hollow and
the Nloantitin. - C C 13,
For Ow Herald
September, 11+68 •
Coest,t.—Stttlie, beatttiftd;tholie, is
dead not away front her grave. nod con
not plant n rose-m.o'or' 0 cypress there, nor
even strew U.'l/11 n ii fresh. fragrant flow
ers. But I have done who! I could, to soy to
the WOritll 11.140 her friends—" She was love
ly awl heloved." Allem holm ely, •
• Write about her? Our Suite? - -- Why need
? - Wuu sdi'e nut limit ifiit s ,and Keats. poor
Real a, if he loid seen lice, woo Id say Win uot•
the,m4aoory or her be a:joy forever; '
Three short 1110111 be since she kissed me at
thy bridal. I see tier now—dark • rich brown , '
flowing curls, queenly head, alabaster brow.
brood and beautiful, sweet Inteel eyes,- tine:
straight nose, small. womanly-mouth. rippled
With smiles; ruby lips and pearly teeth.
Such, her face. In form, jUst toll and slen
der enough to he graenful; in 11010 and heart,
•• pure womanly ; ' trusting was she, as a little
child yielding •as a loving. wounnt,--loved
inlay not tell heiv tenderly. by father. nOTIIInt,
brothers, sisters. uncles, aunts, Cousins,"and
friends--all who knew her
She was' n Sweet Studio !" Everybody lov
ed and everybody petted her. Nobody II‘eli"
thought of her dying.
When the news mune to me. I was away in
the I , l,lrth land, dreaming life all gladness, and
wondering if there could be troy anywhere;
but in. that night when 1 read, • , ihe ix d;ad."
I !ergot all jog. - 1 hid my thee in my hands.
and with my eyes raining tears, and my heart's
voice crying bitter things, tried to sob away
the grief that stunned killing me, and lila'.
- thought -maxi kill the mother and sister in that
now darkened :imam] home—flowers bloom•
very doors, bright waters flowing jut iii
sight, bird- singing, Moon and stars by night
mid sun by day shining just as before—and
alre ; the home-light, the life-joy —gone! Such
hnockery...o-lIMLL Aid !.wept on antl-0n. , :-.
not so much fur' myself as for them. I e1d , ,1;
'they caunut bear it;" but the, e ennui nestle..
and I heard syllahled down in my heart s
nermost, n God is gated." Over and 'over'
agaiii. I said it, trying to make myself know,
t hat .1. might .telk !heat, .why- Ile had taken front
UK this darling
She wan a pet flower, a. rich, rare Wesson'.
gladdened the earth a little while, and then
was borne army by the 'taster Gardener to a
floil.never_viiited by rough. - w
hods, uever.chill,
ed by cruel frosts.
TIIIISTINO. In JESUS !"--lilollo' last: words'
•Let us be. thankful. that Ile smoothed that
pillow from which, suffering, and dying. she ;
lookt;t1 to Übe, Who far , her tied for its, suf..
•fered and „
Let us not, tiny longer. mourn for her, taken
Imosveth froorwhot evil?
We..lnuy go us suddenly-let us be ready.,,
Frew the Ilome dnnrnal
Soon after the close of the loot war between
: Britain and the United States, Thm
Stogdon. a tobacco plaitter living in - the West
ern port o: Virginia,started Ott a journey Tor.
the purposeof
,transacting 'time private busi
ness. .whitili rmftiired his attention in one attic
1101 . 11) eastetMcounties of tket State. lie route
fay acres.: mie'of the lortie4 , spurs ' of' the 131ite
.Itidgeole longest. and illOOl ' Neturesque moult - .
Mill yluip iTirlhe,
Soiit h.
As the times were troubled. and the passage
Ileril.SB the mountains considered dangePonS on
aecount of the robbers who' infe•lted them, 'Mr
Stog , len went not only welt mounted hut well .
artothl ..a.
,hrace.'of trusty horseman El pistols
tieing earned, according to,the custom of the
day. hi - front of the rider undattached to the
!ucepart of t he_sadille._ . . . '
'Pte third night after leaving home he stop
.ped.ut a - roittlindc_inn.. - .distant - about live-miJes
from the Ftsc . o r Ihe moteeteill 011 di/4.111011W -
leg, he observed than one of hi+ ho r ses shoeg
11;1.1 been - loot, and directed another to he put:
on at the - shorattachedf e the . hut. Ile rose
early the next morning and resumed his jour
ney. with a vicW of Obtaillillg IL morning pro..-
peet of the mountain and the sceoery . oft he
subjacent country, which he had heard was
very tine ' .
1118 h orse soon be g an tolimp, and Will quite
lame 1011 Th reached the base - of the 11101111 -
will. :Supposing Ow the nlt - oe had been un
put.onea tlil• ion he stopped tit the.
hfaeksinith's coop; nenr Ilie foot or the ridgi,
and lkn'd the horse's• loot ex.:twined. After
diligent scrutiny. the tt•orknian .said that the
bantentlils was not prodneed by the shoe. which
was proporly iteljuste4 "the
- At the request of ‘l4. Stog lon, -the smith
' ex ,mi ne d a ll t h e s lr
us: n,l
lull could lillo cause
for lam:tress iu tltu tit or, make of any ono of
them. Ilk quit:: --eye. however.- dettrted n
ring of ruffled Or lifted hair running around
I one - of the hind legs of the horse. krsi- - itlr2re
the •fetlock. Il 1181111., the Indy ; he Observed
that the flesh tors bloody and much swollen.
Ott-more c ireful ti'Xantination -he discovered
that a-stnall-Coi:d of ailjc had been tied so light
ly 0101111 : 1 the leg b a t I t h oo d cu t into the flesh
producing inflt,t , ttioo of the part 211111, doubt
less -als'o the htmeness of the horse.
Tim-discovery-at - once cfccitradihn - auspictan•
of the woristo in. who Mry both hottest and
shrewd - Calling the atteiftion -of' the't ravel
del. to the cord wilielt . lie speedily detached
from the leg of the . horse he expressed: his
apprehension that fotd phy-of,somesort waq
lac lit ttod. •k fats yeav, hokolt lie related. tt
riderhom horse hod eomedolcin reom the moult
.taing tied_ MIS ( . 0114.1 t o h e .- 1, 11110 fr om a
lar eati!se a tight -sil , sen-cord having - ton in al—
most to 'tire - hone° 0( the animal's 4 . leg.- Thy
owner find tieverbeen heard of and it was be
hotel that 'hp was niarderedontlith; !idly con
cealed in the inonUtain ' • --
The Smith suggested tit Mr. Stogdon.the pre
caution of ex. f lininip3 the priming,tind loading
of his thi'exa. auction rite flints and
printing in the palls were totaul to by in proper
condition, but the loads had broil Wit Ivirawn
from both hwels, and wads of cloth substitu
ted in their' place. .;
'rho Sll4lOOllB of ME. tttlogdou l were 'fit ly
aroused byd hese proofs.-of,*-pretnedit at ed de
sign of some sort, upon him. Ile was a hold
brave-roan however,' and did not. once thiok
either orch tnging his route or if abandoiiing
his journey neposs the mountains. Carefully
reloading and testing the reliability ot his pis
.tuls Ito bade adieu to his honest counsellor.
after suitably rewarding him for his labor and
advice, and rude, till:
The morning wasniready till' alkanCed p•hi•n
he began to ascend the' mountain. Tlie road
•lit• several miles, wound :rung its southerti
side, midway bet ween thebastrand the summit.
rite prospect wits grand find beautiful beyond
his mom sanguine ant icipvtions. ' To the right
the mountain san down by degrees. abrupt
or regular. to the champ iign country below
st etch( d o u t as OW its the eye could
reach, and wits covered with tobacco, farms,
eortilield.t, dwellings, 10A all the diversified
objects peeutia• to a Virginia hind-cape. Oil
Ile Lott Ile Ilium Itidge rose tip like a mighty
arch -twinging 111 1111`01. and support the sky,
exhibiting in rich profusion, all the i .rand and
most or ate besot ilia features oh . mounthio see- .
Lielighted with the scene and absorbed with' with fire kindled 'with flint ltiol tinder. MTh'
the emotions which it inspired Mr. Stogdon these tbr torches. six lir the not 4 r. ulnae nom
rude slowly forward. recalling only oceasion• entered the opening lima t.PII the rocksith
ally.•anil for a moment. the sulticions excited . the view.ot exploring the interim to which it
by the 4t4euta of the morning. After running lead. The pas-agii wits so itanow that only
.for nearly live miles along the side orilie two. could walk alit east.. Two men in front
mountain, the road by an abrupt.turn, Aruck bore torche,:, as did the lwo iu the• rent The
towards the summit. through a 'deep gorge: - \ middle conple carried muskets heit.ily char
whose jagged sides slanted upwards to groat fled. '
heights oil either hand.
Shut out from the pro-peel of the subjacent
contitry and Hemmed in by steep acclivities.
Siogdon reverted more frequently to the ;
mysterious developtifenur - uldelr - lfail - come - to4
light at the bliteksmitlesshop, tnul became both
alert and cat ions in his molements. Arrang
ing hie p&uls so that they • could be easily.
‘vithdrawn from the holsters, be urged his
horse to a quicker pace, as noon as he entered
the glianny avenue of the nal row gorge
lie hall gone abeot a miie when he saw.
some tiny yards ahead - M . .llbn. a largaboulder
or earthy ridge; shooting- nearly - neross -the
avenue, and lea vingonly a space broad enough
for the road bed, between its edge and the
steep side of the gorge. It was a spot favora
ble for an attack by surprise, and Mr. Slog-dim
surmised. at once. that if one was meditated
upon him, it would be made from that point.
Cheecking the LAU of his lame, therefore he
rode slowly forward amid entered the narrow
pass. lie hief•searcely reached the middle of
the defile, which was abontitweilty yards in
,wltoi; ado meirrushed Iron behind the
tart Iter"Ade of the boulder 'nit() the road and
stood, 'with levelled guns, only a few yards dis
taut 11'0111 Mr. Stogilon Ills horse, frighten
ed att he sudden appe.rance of' men,whose
blackened laces a.llll shaggy clothes made
them 01,1 c hideous enongh to startle both rider
and Aced, Shied ;Lod refu.-ed to go 'forward.
-The robbers advanced and demanded as they
3PPreaelted, the purse and the .valuables of
the traveller, promising to spare his life, if he
would surrender Them without noise or resist.
once. Without. making any reply. Mr. St og
don quickly drew forth a pistol front the hol
ster it derisive smile passed over the faces
of his assailants at sight oft he t. capon. It was
levelled_and red _at .3 he nearest robher, . who
fell, deal upon the spot , The other startled
his comptiliion, instead of tiring Ids gun drop
ped it and Bed in the dit'ectitot from iwhich
he had conic .
Before Mr. Stogdon could draw and present
liis other piStol,-the robber. had turned the ear
ner of the boulder and was out of sight': Ur
ging his horse forwarerefth some difficulty,
for the detid body of the robber lay in the road
and the animabcould be scat eely made to pass
it,, lie discovered a literal gorge entering,
from behind the boulder the olio along which
the highway ' overtake the es-
Called robber, he entered this gorge and rode
4ome diat alarm along 'its rocky bottom., The
scene was wild and dreni•y; presenting what
over. is grapdand jutpressive in- a _mountain
, olitude. The deep basin of tke gorge, cover—
od 'with nick and tangled uniletirowth, and
ni gloom by tho'. dense, , 'over•:
hanging forest, See,loo a tit rotreat,ine maraud
ing nnnde., Il regained no common um•vu to
ponetrate altittointo its ITCOIO4OB inintrattit of
~•,lbhbe r Bill. the blood of thti traveller wne
..Ir . and, he lit tie heeded the risk he was run
A'S he could neither see nor heaf..i'anything
ro direct 111111 in the 'pursuit, tie. , Stogdott
checked lii's horse• and remairied motionless -
for'n short time, shelieryil by the itecidontal
screen of a low, bushy 'tree, frlllll obserwatiim -
in the directiod the gerge ref:ceded from"the
road. :Hie song of the mountain birds, f ond •
the low murmur of tiny waterfalls. • were tlic
• Only sounds Ire'lleard. .The robber luttl"vnii•
iished like a. shaduw - Taid nefther eye nor ear
could tell the direetion'he had wine. . • • .
1 . !laving made . updlis titled to ahandoti 'the
pitimit, ..)Ir. Stogilon, was iti the act of turn
-ling, his horse's IMO towards the cowl viten'
lie caught through the. branches or the tree in
I front of him, the glintlise of a Tian I.i - inning
I rapidly up the Aide of the gorge. toinieditfinnee ,
furtlier up the..defile. As .ptrsiiii.:on: horse
buck up the steep : acclivity was impossible,
i he rem i tined in iris.-position and- watched, as-
I well as he could, the movemen.ft of ,1 lie re-.
1 treating figure. which lie had no doubt was
that of the fugitive robber
i'llinbing fronferag to crag., the rubber Atop-,
1 ped at length in front of two ledges of rock
'ap.tri., thdh making nit el trance 111' pass-way
into:the side. - of the - defile -- Ile' looked - earn egt , - -
ly for a Moment in the t ection lie lint come
and then. entering bet we - lrd' , rocks, tliapf•- -
peered from the sight- of the traveller '
Convinced that lie had diffeoyered the'den
of the robbers, Mr. Stogdon artifice decided
to return to the blae.-titith shop at the Int,e
of the mountain. Mid give information to, the
neighborhood. Making a careful °coder ex- .
plueation or I besSiirromoling scenery, anti fix
ing in Iti. ; mind as ninny objects as lie could, -
which might serve to identify the spot where.
the robber had disappeared. lie turned liis
horses head and soon reached the forroff pass
in the ionic road • The truly or the dead rob, --
her lay tiff it fell. wit Iv he hi sot puddledarotind .
ii. FlllVillg his horse-whlt-Aithenlty--fdpass -
ii, he rode with it rapid pace.intd,sotio reach.,...„,
ed ,the.slitip. - whoye lie. blond' several -or the L
neighboring, planters 'awl the Mnith.still fumy
wit h .spoculation upon the mysterious develop
nomts which the latter had witnessed in the
1,10111.111 g.
31rStws,don related to his eager rind WOO
dering lisimiersitis — ittiv - enture in the moun
tain. the death of one robber 1111,1 the proba.
ble - disetmery tile place,of retreat Of perhaps
many more In IL row 'win., flfe. news s p rea d
through the neighborhood. and brought to
getlite a vohipany of forty or tiny men ai . the
shop it Iva...decided, aithmt a - tlfssent big
voice to ascend the mountain intil storm dic
tion of the robbers. (Inn., axes. dog. and
1 con Were S 4 -0.11 arid Illy line •
of march speedily 'etnumenced.•
The cavalcade moving with celerity and in
r, silence ; 0 , 1011 reached the -pot where the hold
t I
robber still lay. the---black -black etettinh; being
- wiped from •the thee, the.boilylvas recdcniketl --
1211 once /i 1 lic_lway of the landlord o r di,
tel 31e. :Slog lon qabla lie night
I before. 'The suspicions of the neigh MA-hood,
long entertained, no. t,l hi. elthracter, weer-tutor
1 cowl - 14..10y contirmed. Ile 10110 the confede4-----
1 tate or a halm or robbers; and hi: loam was
alimurpmq where, phi Its Were 1:m1124,1.1ml and the
t:clected victim. ilisittmeliand sent helpless 'to
be rebbeti.and murdered in thh
The burly was placed upon n baggage cart,
and - sent'. with proper explanations, in t lie earl
of it 5t.1.4.11111, to the family at the: hotel Su
secretly had his connexion with the rbbliers
, been maintained that the return of the corpse
1 and the developm.nts , which followed, were
the 'lest it'll Neuiao which hiswifeaud 14111411,n
alllew Ihe brief delay oecit dotted 'be the ex
annum ion Intl removal or Jim bn ly of theyobs
bet: the 'company proceetled, under the direc
tion of Ur. Siogdon, along the 11110101 gorge
tow , uds I lie place where the confederate rob
ber ha 1 disappeared between the prt.kjecting
ledges of loci:. At a point opimsite the sup• -
ea 00 they dismounted, and seeming their
horses among the bushes, began to climb up
the sled, activity. Ina few moments uririug .
by different routes the men and 1111 g /, Were all
tto!4entli ed it the designated point, 'flit' evi •
ilictices or human inhabitancy were unmistaka
ble. itituketlitiluly in bout of the
•11 Was trodden and 1111 101. Worn pal'lm
branched Off 111 several directions f out the opot
The entrance. it narrow int, age bet %reel' the
two projectiog tugs, rail tuwardly 1111,1 1I C •
tiVelille, except for a few feet at the np, uiug,,,,
Who , 1,1 VIC 1111 d eliliVely impeneirable to 'i;ye.
It led e‘idetttly into IL care W . '4l lilt:111111E4111
1•11eller SOlite sort. \Odell the con.palQ,.: pre
pirrtl at once to xplore.
Dry branches of trees and dead undergrowth
were gathered tied into buttillts and lighted
1 As they advanced he passage rapidly Wl.lOll-
ed: - 111111 the roof spraiig lip to n great height
; overhead They had gone shout t wenty paces
the entrance when a blaze or light. cc
communed il ost stimillaneons report
lof fire arms; flashed forth 'fetal' 0 distant. in
terior point of the core. 'rile IWO nom 'Pont
fell to the earth Discharging their muskets
in the dirsct ion of Mafiosi', the others Eel) ca
fe.' from the cave, dragging Melt hilen coin
miniona . after them ate of whoa iratest!rious-•
ly wounded and the other entirely dead.
Enraged of the speemcle bhaal and dent It-
Ilettliarfiegtif'S i'12 . 81116(1.4 the work
of assault upon the core for such it was now
inieertained to he, and of considerable dimen
sions, too. An effort was made to induce,the
dogs to cuter 'rhe more resolute advanced
a few paces, and fl n ran hack in apparent;
claret. .The majority stood at the entrance
111111 barked; tintcotd,l not. be 'enticed,by wo; do
or b owe. to go further.
Another expedient was trietl. A large tree
was cut ditwitand riven into boll 4 or co...J(l,ra
hie length and thickness. A double row of
these timbers was placed upright across the
entrance passage, some twenty feet from the
opening. mid securely wedged 111141 braced so
as to lure a barlleade or wall. The powder
in all Me horns and flasks, except a few rounds
reserved in each. was poured in a pile on the
ground near to the upright timbers. Another,
barrieade. similar to the inner one was con-
tructed in front and close to the powder a
,train being first laid from the pile through a
notch in the timbers. to the outer edge of the
barricade. A line city leaves was formed,
extending from thepowder several feet outside
the,entranee •
The crowd having retired to a; safe distance
of hid -behintFtrees_und- rocks. the train of
leaves. was tired by a 1111111 who quickly-gained
•In a few 111011IeIlth a terrific explosion fairly
shook the muiibtain and tilled the air with . '
sulphurous vapor.. p. stiff breeze blowing di
rectly into the mouth' of the cave soon dissi
Toted-I lamsmoke, t het hot
barrimtdes had been thrown titiwn by the con
cussion but tho'sides and toot' of the cave re
mained 'tlllllllllllCil.
Night was coming on. A detachment of the
men was sent' back to the settlement for pre
visions and such materials as would be needed
in the ex . eention'of the next plan of "assault
which it was decided to' pursue 'The rest re
mained as a guard overt ho tow imprisoned
robbers. Building a largo lire near the en
trance of the cave, they watched and slept by
turns until 'morning.
At thiylight the recruiting party ',returned,,
bringing m ore, men, prdvisions for matt and
horse, and•itinteriuJe for the further prosecu
tion of the nosoult upon the cave,
Atter epilog u lowly went and fee tug their
iterses,"the asottilenta collected n large Tom
"titrUf Iritod, , green oyd - il4. Oita thin: lupin--
iting tut far 'iu‘yurdiy - ip the outtuui:o to 11,'
cove ns•they could
up iu succ - essive
tolmeco 1 , 31 11h8 mu
venture to go, they Piled it t
yyers,. InterSpersitig dried
;eaves and sill don-in 'rent, '
abundance, amongf the wood, until a small'. LOLA ItIONTEZ , N.11711,V El 9 . -.
space only was lent between the top of the pile ,
'end thWrdof of t'll ,passage; The outer end 1
of the heap
... ,iis ft ,
en net 0 . fire . A „ re .... J Madame Lola Monte?, has issued ,a- new
wind still blow*
1 1
erectly into the mouth of ' work which will "u
' ' ART OF n ' EA . UTy ° . K.wwitlitg.
lakes create a much
greater sensation than anyf her' former pro
the cave spread ilk. thimes rapid , y through
duetiunS v : tut it isr Ha only written 'in her
the pile, and droy6,llte smoke in a dense'thd-•
_unto; intW'the eaveJlie narrow avenue between usually grat'eful -and brilliant Style,
..buT con
tains manyvalinthle'hintgand'reeriptS for the -
the wood and the rdof serving as a Hite tdeOn
. , . ' acquisition, and preservation of' beauty; col-
it. to the interinr -
thiough the-course of an experienen
No voice cc souttil came fro m„ the .ea. 4 V.e or, '.
" 10
More varied than falls to the lot of women: . ,
if any WaA uttered. it tuns lost the 'liar 'of,
LlesideA these, there ittt an appendix for gen;
the tire, which 1,14 . 7. d and crackled. and flamed
glowed amt ehol . lltmen. Containing fifty roles on the "Art of
in tae narrow pies tge until it
inating7 which:Might. to rendr - Filre`iimat.
Meth - ,sparks. and _MII/oknlike The crater 0f.T1. - T rg. :',q
stupid neopyte proficient, and afford 4 truth
'volcano during an ersuption. For several hours
fel looking-glass to thpSe 'complacent mdiild.-
thelire,raged with unalmted- violenec".-fresh
mss who imagine themselveo, already potted,
fuel being constantly supplied from the adia-
In truth this part is 101 l of sharp and' cutting
cent Wood. . 'rho smoke, having tilled the 'cave
satire, mingled with ever-ready wit_fdp e ,whielt
streamed out in dense masses and floated ruffsatire,
the author is distinguialted, and which-should . _ -
heightsin the direction of the wind, to thil 'upper -
, make the objects'of it shrink into their boots.'
or the mountain.
The sqggestions to r
. ..11 ntle_s_are__fult_of 7 prac--
_.A.Tlength the_nr o -was.zperinitted.4o.lburn !
lice common sense. and wunderfu'ly conserv
down. ,A stream of water ice by,. •
ative in -these character.- She . refierates the
Trotn:the side-of thernonntaim - .furnh4red the
ready ones' for - cooling the' rock, sod exliii.. advice in her lectures concerning 'frequent
guishing the smouldering embers. . 1 1l ffit was and " live exercise ' in order to- issue.a vigor
nor oils' and graceful form, insists on. the nicest
untiln bite hour in the evening that the
cleanliness: abstinence from coffeC,lot bread .
smokr Intd escuried from the cave sufficiently . :
and heated grease, as neeessary to obtain and
Ur peonit an entrance to be made, . '
pure and beautiful complexion.
With lighted torches and armed wnh-guns Preserve it
Ihe custom of wearing.small bonnets and go- '
and piste s. the crowd crept caul ionsly into the
gloomy cavern . Th e, w hi c h l v, a
- t o it . , tug out without veils, is strongly denounced,
rin .,,,q _ but white vei a are said fo be still more.inju-
widening rapidly as they advanced."
1 110118, tie-ides their power to 'Orkin and injure
out into a spacious room. Into this a .to
jhataber several 'small lateral fissures or ' the,
r. ey e s. ' laid - •.
aparttneut; lopened The cave, though pro.. "rent stress is upon the cultivation. of
duel b y ,„,„ e ~,,ii v i ik kf fi ~f ~,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, d 1 the national beauty of the voice. and-the art'
ior conversation. Respecting this accomplish
! he' regularity and the propoetions almost of a
moot the Countess say's: •
work of art. 'The thaw. the sides mid the
troof were all reek. The birch-light,
_retidenigg in t iirsmake _ atfil . riAteeted _feebly.
60111 the rtickY surface, firatp the gloom avtith
nit obscure radiarree W111(111 increased the Mir
fair or Iltr place crowd. ittivaneit ' or uhf
tlispersitig with tqfprelfetisive''::fiiktiildcllll
tiflthi steps, looked, amid the.,smoke and the
811111'1J lighi, like a pliaotion host returning - p
their covert in the mountain from oho glitre
the totter day. - • _
Ju Ole large taioni caAs. I),lxes nod li:arrer
ivtre.fottiiil. filled svilli Meat, flour and eat:t
iles of 0:1 , ions kiPtis. In the lateral lisatires.
132 -Is, gnus, antinunitilull. cooking tfienstls,,ta-
lilt rttritit 'mt., and, in sltort,-01000•0 everyllting
t!Pe.SSII ry to [lie yutle xo-mfurt—ltird—c-myven.•
puce - of -- a swilaprranewn 'threlliwtr. were ar
ringiiil-: in camethin lsu.Laiiwhuld order
The - live men -61 an old woman.
Ind or a hay' apparently tfrreen - or — iii - xteen
ye•trs old. lay !mat the lievernl
apartments. livid and disco need in the thee.
141141 :nom bideum , to look upon -
:Vier its (king. :t I'ol explorntion of the olive,
ruul removing. from-it every ertiele of value,
the er44:-.1-willuirew. hetving the bolies.of the
rohber:4 AS I hey fillt - 1111 Ibem, unburied and un
\nygnized. fhe cave which. Int.! been their
Int. became their ,eptilpliee.and to this
ay the tEntlition.of the assault upon the yob:.
era' lion lives in the memory cif the
lint section of the Ohl-Doniiniun J
we would give a good price for such a gc
nl as Mr Jlines A. Jones. of Adieu
s Ile wanted to gi to Congress, and he
therefore ran indePen•lent. The I)entocraey.
bad about seven thousand Inqjority in his Ills
-11-kt That.. 1» I.l6l`ily was CIS! 11gtitist hint.
Now li+ten to %It...Jones's boy 1.111,1,., 11'1 he
6.liseusses his defeat in 'llk paer. (lie is an
edittar.of course,') the (1113VIIiill
tlia ilk:: to the fifteen gemt letzten in e . otty4 y
are very runny,' :They r.-tninti it. , or the one
Mall why voted for Filhintre, in smite back
woods comity ut Virginia :
Nut In. vain 01.11,1 such eNampics It."— BYRON
'Ve —that is to say Janie , A- Jones, editor
of the Ottachitt 11, odd, and late candidate for
Congress . -ore inglorioudy defeated "I's tie
a ctn.:ileal turd entirely oria•lital expression,
we fiave met the °twiny ;turd we 111 . e theirs."
e evidenily• east our pearls before swine_
We magnanimously, and at a eMisideratilit `He..
rfilee of out -habitual. self-respect, 11111.11.!11
.o' l4l l4 l fleitple Whit h ul 'nil - appreciation orthe
offering tta can't lath it. We ilidn t make"
the people anidare not tinder contr it et t o sup
py them with brains: If they were wilfully
blind to ' a ir merit, the fault is t If they
are opposed to receiving individually a hun
drednoil -ixty acres of land a piece, they have
a perfect right to reject it —they ought to know
whether or tint ti`ty deserve it. If they don't
want the rights tit the South • poi,creed invio
late,- why they may have them pickled, for
all we cave We. did our duly, And our cue
efell'et,'hl . LlWg',. *"..' •
At the entA r iThs expense of sixteen- dollars
and thirty-two emit 4, we printed a 'multitude
of el 11;11 , We ohought, to elect
any plan, with which we flooded this emigres.
;dean' district. and a largi, pardon or the
C lwrukee Naomi. We wrote to our friends;
unitto_sotnemdia_wereamoimfriends, t e.rall3-
to our supper!. Bat they didn't 'rally. ' Itie
then concealed ourself as well' as we eouldiit
home refusing to extend our acquaintance, or
to see inore'Of the public than the public did
dl' u, tbe•e Precautions •we deem. d
success certain. A great entity persons wrote
us that we should get tat overwhelming vote :
they were not deceived - it was, overwhelming.
Xrany credulous persons told us that we should'
be elected: we listened to them and were de
ceived. lint we forgive them for they node
as feel very comfortable -for awhile and all
earthly happiness is transitory. We shall
never become a candidate again without eon
suiting -omelmily on the subject first, and as
.whether, they Ja or , do not desire.
usto run ; for we are satiso runt, it is folly
to ben candidatumuleu,..cmir4,o, dpes want
you to run, and will vote for , yoo on the
strengt h 'of I hat desire. .
v.- 0 ace not without consoiation. We are not
the only candidate that wilt. defeated There
are numbers in as bad a fix as ourselves. And
besides ;greater men than we claim to lie, have
been no badly beaten.
Among our numerous friends, Ex-Governor
Drew is entitled to' our warmest acknowledg
ments. Oliti intention, doubtless was to ns,ist
no in Minting Most by immuring n huge anti
influential majority oLthit Democratic , party
to 4 1,t 0 for him. with this &livet in view he
ntade It brit rout canvass. ending in a tie less
brilliant failure. But. notwithstanding he
carried off n considerable partied of any vote,
we honor him for h s 'laudable intent ions.
Bereafter; lie has but to command us, and we
willobey -wit sods k o do so.
To the fifteen t trim ic and chivalrous voters:,
who cast! tor sillrages for us in Piye county
wo bog leave to tettiler - onr sincere and un
tiugued gratitude We °We them a debt that
will be AMU:lilt to repay As a alight ovi.
donee of-our high appreciation and lasting ro
rd. -we priipose that if they will forward uS
a list of their names ; we will send them the
Herald foil life—at the usual price. $8 00 per
iumme, itquialdy in advance.
In comiluSion, we det : lre permission to td:
mark Unit the small experiment we have just
made is eminently satisfactory. :Whatever
aspirations we stay have had for glory are en
tirely subdued. The pursuit of a seat in Con
•gress. ontaler ditties tiesi" is one in which we
have no design to re-engoge We are satisfied
Mit we carry with us into 'our retieirent the
best wisher; of a generous. thought ungrateful
people, and we are content
, •
'A KIND Lriorr —Perforni s good. deed
+penkn kind vior.d. w hest9or ft, pleasant
and ~'i in will twelve tine same. in urn - .'The
hiiirrlines4yen besiow upon others is reflected
book to ,your own busiath
f 44,60 'pee annum In advance.
(42 00 If not paid in advance.
mits'. : pgarilitent.
Indeed, one of the most favinnting 'wo
men I ever , kneW..had _scarcely 'nny , other,
charm tu.recommond. her.. -She was-a. young:-
CouMess Aterthi, with dull eyes, - rough skin, ,
dingy complexion, coarse dull hair.' and
chit by for u. But she had an exquisite TOiCO,
which Charmed everYboilf who beard'it. Ugly •
ns she wa., she was Called the syren,' from '
the fascinating sweetness of her voice and
with an infallible instinct that slip 'bad but a
charm alto had cultivated that until
;he had brought' it to the utmost. perfection. - •
Word.tfell like charmed music frinn her lips,
for besides the discipline she
voice. she had niftily herseVinnsterct the nrt
-of-conversation.'-In this respect every W -
. _
man's education. issadly itegljet ed.
Aatiglifer, the fib , ' thing I should teach her in
the way of artificial aceoniplihnients, would
be-that to converhie ; this in a• far
greater ne6ooplisliment to a lady than music,
antitlimeing." . :
:11i-e7hitai- (tont nines with many ladies
drying- thi, perN . piention — from their face by
powdering';' whjeh is sold to be most "de- -
stro et ive' to the complexion_as ell
Mg oft.'' When . honied byl exposure to the. sun,
. - .
. .
or dancing, by-washing in cold , water; a hu
intr by this means sometimes extends over,
the face which destroys its beauty fereVer.
The following Wash
,is appl ed as a remedy for
roughness from'exposure, and for rigidity. of
Muscles in the face:
" Mix two parts of 'white brandy with one
of rose water and wash the face with it night
and morning:':. ,
• -The celebrated Madame' Vestris preserved
the splendor of her complexion to trvery Into
period of life ;. , by binding up her, fitce every
night in a kind of paste, ter which the follow
ing is the receipt :
" The white of four egg* boiled in rose wa d
11.1% half an ounce of alum, half an ounce of
oil of sweet almonds; beat, the whole together
until it 'assumes a consistence of paste."
MaSks can now lie obtained in Paris lined
with some emolient, and huended to be worn
during the night.
"livery lady is aware that the dressing of
the foot is of the greatest importance, but I
have heard that Madame Vestris used to have
her white gatin boots sewed on her feet every
morning. in order that they should fit per
fectly the eiquisite shape of, her foot." Of
Course they had to be ripped off every night,
and the ,:311.M(1 pair could never be worn but '
once. She is said to have made more con
quests With Iter . hei than with her jeer, beau
tiful as it was
l'unisr AS A WltliElt.. One of the 11311 st re
lark/lbil• diets in the history ml Christ is, flint
he lett no writings behind hint, and the only
record there i, of his writing anything is in
the case where "he stooped down, coil with
his finger wrote on the ground " What he
wrote thenotml there no one knows ; though
Iperhaps the most prausible conjecture is, that
he wrote the answt r to the tom , tion,whether
the woman taken httenet ofndultery should
be stoned fie Ii1:11. is without sill among
you, let him cast a stone at her." Reader,.
did this strange 'fact ever occur to you, that
the greatest reformer that ever lived pro
fessedly the Di'vin'e 'reacher sent of God t 6
reveal his truth to the world—whose teachings
hove survived the wreck or ages, and now
' commands the credence. the reainatt, and the
[ most profound admiration of the enlightened
world ; and who is claimed as the .• author
and.finishitr" of the great system of faith and
practice, hasleft behind 'him no sentence of.
his writing. anil those unknown characters,
written with his linger lit the SUM', CODStitlltO
the sum total orall his writings of which there
is'any account ?
Is there,_et_has t here ever been, Stoce the
-invention of letters or even rude hierogly
phres, 'ar a . ny such n Il ing Cis n system of re
ligion, whose founder did not take special
pains to reduce his teachings to writing. and
thus give them an exact and•permanent form
1111.1..- , --It will hu ra nt inhered tu t u his portrait
Was publi>hed 111 Harpers II erklll some time
since. A lot of the papers were sent home to
- English's father; Mid the old man presented
a copy to an illiterate, hard headed 'hid demo
crat jocularly remarking, that there was the
picture 'at the President. The old fellow
scanned the picture carefully. for seveinl min
ute., and then, with his eyes still riveted upon
it, and with an energy of utterance that show
ed conclusively that his remarks were the re
sult of thorough conviction heTaid—"l don't
li,e the countenance. Mr. EngliAl, as sure
t here's a God tar lien von, 1 steal."'
or course, the hopeful fathefainted away.
Tug WAY IT.IB lintitc..— In the year IM'a
man in England astonished the natives by hav
ing a loaded cannon fired at hint'at 'a distance
of ten yards only, and 'catching the ball—a
tune pounder in the 111111(1 On the payment,
of a considerable sum he Alin] red his -
which was this.• Viten the proper charge of
powder was ready a little of it was put in the
cannon, then the hall ran in,and the rest of the
'powder pnt in after it. • The wadding was then
ranuned tightly in when firO, Alm repo/1,11'ml:
as loudolis usual. but owing to there being 4
small quantity of powder behind the ball, it
Would' only carry about t wenty'yards. Cannon
loaded iu this way., and fired 404nw-thin pine
boards. at a distance of twelve orAfteen yards
make no impresaiob.
The following affecting epitaph May,
be 911 it'grevo-stone, in the Stet° of
Connecticut • '
Here lieM out down like unripe fiiiit;
Tim wife of Deacon Amos Shute;
She died of drinking too melt toffee,
Aunt) Dominy..eighteen.forty."
[Denf huly —"Mines his Young hi
ay— ..zttieust -Tyler.!? -Deaf lady— "
1111 Y, Willa, a name t: Bust his .I.l,ileyk you'
fuust be inalaug Dui, out of Igo:"
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