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llg that will not vonson is n biot; lie Unit ninnot is a fool ; lit1 t li;i 1 d.uv t,i is a k!,ivo.
X. II. HARTKlt.
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Time's hand's breadth ; 'tis a tula ;
"Nsa. vemel under Mil;
Tto u eMle in its way,
Darting down upon Its prey;
'Tli an arrow In Its
Mocking the purntiinir Uht;
Tin A uliort lived, failintf flowsr;
'Tin a rainbow on a shower;
TI a nioinantary ray
Fiiiilinir In a winter's day;
'Tis a torrent's rapid stream;
'Tlsa shadow: 'tis a dream;
'Tin tlit cloltif watch of night,
Pylngat the rising lixht;
TIs a bubble; 'tis a i:h;
Ba prepared, O man to die.
t033E2EL 0? THE DAT.
There's a man who lus a cane upon
rrods the ribs of every person whom
Hi, police I
And the in aii who, whIHuk Knot,
Keeps a-lookiiiK to the Went,
Hunting into folks at leant
lie's a subject for arrest
Hi, police !
There's a woman with a parasol uii
She's a nuisance in this busy, crowd
A ixl the.woiuHii whom we meet
Walking four or II vm ubrnasf,
Crowding people olf the street
Thvso are subjects for arrest
Hi, police t
There's man who, with a lurj;e. and
riles his goods along the walk outbid
Hi, police !
Anil the man who tukes the left
When he meets you I II be blest
If I'm uot of nense bereft.
These are subjects for arrest
111, police !
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ENTOMBED IN A WBSCS-
Mr. B. F. Peterlee, keepor of tie
Wry Head Light, rtlatos tho follow
ing remarkable personal experience
while oa a fisbiog voyage to the
Graud Banks of Newfoundland
eight years siuoe :
"My father aud my grandfather
were both Methodist uoia inters, and
when I was a boy 1 used (j'lito fres
qaeotly to Lero tbeia read from the
Scriptures the story of Jouah. In
those days, bowerer, the aecouut
made no Tery groat impression on
my mind, bat I now lead it with
a peculiar interest and sympathy, for
I sometimes think there is not
probably a liviug man whoso expe
rience so closely resembles the au
cient prophet's as my owu,
"Like many another Cape Ann
boy, my first exporiouco of life was
as a fisherman. I went to the 'Hay,'
as we used to terra the Uulf of St.
Lawrence, when I was fourteen years
old, shipping on the sohooner Secret
opon 'balflinoe,' as was then the
phrase, meaniog that I Lad half tho
cod, halibut or mackorel which 1
conld catch, the other hulf poin to
the owners of the vessol. Fox five
years I was out on this 'my every
season and made fair wages. Tho
last year I was on the schooner
Edna awl Harold, Skipper Groom,
There was a erew of elevoo, iocluJ
iog the captain and cook, a mulatto
Damed Iesaye. On the oiht of the
28th of August (tbU being our
icond trip that summer), we were
run dowa by some large vessel, a
learner, I judged by the Bound, and
very soul on board drowned uuvu
"The schooner was lying at anclw
or, with lights up as usual. I had
turned in that night shortly after
Uvea o'clock ; there was than no
fog, bat i mist may have risen later,
as it often did. From a sound bap
1 was wakened suddenly by a loud
shout of 'Ship ahoy I' and a clatter
of feet oo deck. At the same in.
tsot 1 was aware of a rushing,
ro iiag noise, and a deep sonod
like the taming of a propeller's
civws. There were shouts, loo, at
.Utile distance.' Captain Croom
nd two sailors Gates and Smith by
tamu, who were in the cabin, but
less soundly asleep, perhaps, then I
jumped oat of their berth, and
ruHbed np the ladder. Dut beforo
t eoutd foltow their example, I fell
(he sash of a large wave against
iU stfiooher, followed the same in
lant by a horrible crush against our
ti .h1 do.
f wsa thrown headlong. The
fVtiii. in fell off its peg, and Went
. . nek-bonrds, bedolothes and
tM.i '(.U'tiet M trad vfoa nio.
Then cnino another terrible shock
nccompsDiod by a surging uoiso, on.l
I could feel horriblo sensation !
Hint our little vessel was being
borne do.vn and canoeing over !
Thrre was n pon lorous, grating,
crunching noiso oveihcnd, mingled
with terrified shouts and ciica.
Then tho wator rushed into the
cabin, drenching mo in a moment. 1
rose, half-swimming in it, amidst
t lie boxes, boards and clothes. For
soma moments tho enmo heavy,
grinding noiso continued voihond.
It whs tho keel of the latgo vessel
parsing over us cniHLiiig us down!
I ovcu heard the Ihtushiug of Lei
hugfl fcrew. We were nt that mos
nietit twenty feet nu.h r wntt-r, thrust
bodily dowu by tho frluer weight
nnd momentum of the steamer, nnd
that, too, before our little ctuft hud
time to fill or sink ; for tho instant
tho steamer's keel passed oil" her, 1
felt tho M'lioouer give a mighty
hu eh, which pitched mo headlong
niiin ; and Ibuu she roso to the
"Ilalf"slrnngling, and tumbling
about, I gained a foothold, and
standing up, f uiul my hea 1 clar of
wator, I was still in tho cabin, but
tho water cu:lg tip to my waist. I
was so dai.iid that I had littio Men,
what had liiiieiie 1 at lirst ; 1 be better to drink it and bo crazy
thought font time that the schooner Ibuu to liVe longer, in a sano cons
had sunk, and I wondered that tho j dilion, iu such dreadful plight,
water did not till Ltr and drown t "Another night of comparatively
me; but after a few moments 1 foil culm weather passed, and on this
the motion of the waves, and knew iije,t I slept considerably, but was
Ibeu thut wo no btill ulloat, I say j aroused au hour or two before day
(re, for I did not then Luow that light by sumo ponderous body
I was tho only person left ulivo on
board. lmmudiaU-ly, too, 1 made i
the discovery, by stepping about
uud taking hold of the obioets :
around me, that 1 was utmnfini on
ctilimj of our little cubiu, or iu oth
er won!, tho uuder side of the deck,
uud that tho echooer was c ouso
ipieutly capsized, or nearly u aud
lloatiug kcul upwind Then for a
timo 1 gavo myself up for lost. Put
the water did not line any higher,
snd though Iho hull careened somo
ivhut, to one side, it continued to
lljat, I was insid'i the hull of a
capsized vesitfl, and could not gel
out. If the little cabin filled com
pletely, I tuiiht drowu, whether tho
hull sank or not. There wan uow a
space tbtoo or four feet by ui'is or
tou in length free of water, though
tho water swashed back and fotth iu
it every time the hulk lolled ou the
"Thus, iu utter datkness, I stood
without a tingle chance of i scape
that I could think of ; and what
were my thoughts I must let the
reader imagine, if he cm. At inuo -
teen, with ho much of lifo before
one, it is terrible for a young per
sou to feel himself outmoded alive,
aud bound to certain death! The
rest of the crew, I rellecled, had
either been drowned or picked up
by tho ettamer. Better a thousand
times beou drowned at once, I re
llacted, than punt up there alive in
a floating coffin. Afur a lont( time
I began to notico something like
light iu my narrow prUun. It in
creased, coming up Ihrought chinks
iu the chokod-jp gangway, a dim,
wavering, uncertain light. Morning
had daw oo J, and the suu, porhaps,
was shining on tho ocean. A little
of this wave-reflected l'ght (struggled
np into my wutory cell ; my eyes,
distended iu the darkness, were able
dimly to reeoguuj objects about
mo ; and out rA the chests, boards
and other fl luting matter, I was able
to build a kind of platform above
the water, ou which I drew up my
body. After a time, too, I began to
bo hungry aud thirsty. There was
no food io tho catiiu. At times the
hulk floated in the mid.it of schools
of cod, hake and perhaps other fish
I could hoar them in the eoa, all
around aud beueuth me, for sounds
iu the water were home iu to me
with curious distinctness. I knew
that fishiugsvessels might be cruis
ing near by, and ufter every few
minutes I would shout as loud as I
could. My voice hud such a sliuugo
inuflled souud that it frighteued me
to bear it.
"Night cam) on a.-ain, as I knew
by tho fading out of the wavy,
shadowy light the wind rose, too,
ktid soon the bulk rolled so much
that the water in the cabiu slopped
over me at every lurch. The dreait
terror of such a long, dark night, I
will not attempt to dosoribe. I was
.Jo constant apprehension lest tbe
schooner should roll over and sink,
The wfud foJUward moroio-, aai
there was fog again, as I conclnded,
lor me lnut w is Miuter thau on ino
previous day for a good many hours.
Thou it grew brightor. I Leaid a
bell and horu, at a distance, which
I knew proceeded from fishiiigveH,e'' benvy report Inol.o on my c
sels. si.Ttmlliotf to their bouts. lU -
poatudly I shouted nt the lop of my
lungs, but was UDablo to attract at'
"That day three or four ecal
camo about tho hulk, and often
climbed on it t I could hear them
grunting and 'blowing' iu ths watei,
as they lishod about tho schootier ;
and diit in i; tho nftoinoon tin; hulk
diifted amidst a school of herring.
I could hear tho patter of the her.
ring against the flanking outside,
and hundreds of llu'm cama in ul
tlio gatigway beneath, tilling the
wiitur in tint Ciibi!i. I conlil
.. ,. , , .., .. ,
them dimly, nnd with a tin basiu 1
itippci! up inty or Hixty, which i put
in a box. For by Uih time I hiitl
become so ucatly famished as to fat
tbeso raw fish. lSut 1 was even
mote thirsty than hungry, and nt
limes fell tempted to drink my till
of the salt water, though I knew
I out tho testimony of sailois w hom
I had heard talk, that the ell. eta f
drinking it would be fatal to me.
.Sometimes I thought that il would
which I think must have beeu eithei
bIhii k or a whale spotting ubout
the schooner Hist it butted its
head ii.'iust tho hulk (r ooliiiLr it
about as a pig might u pumpkin)
Several times tho creature guvo vent
to n doep, monotonous groan. There
may have been a number of them
instead of ouo, uud this was per
haps their mode of commuuicatiug
with each other. I felt somo fear
leaHl they might roll the Luik over.
.Suddenly one of the creatures dealt
the vessel a tremendous blow with
its tuil, probably For u moment I
was iieaily stunned by the coiictis
hion, aud then waited breathlessly
for some time, dreading a lepelition
of the si I oko Hut 1 heard nothii g
fin 1 her fiom these rough visitors.
The blow was appai tutly their iait
' During tho day which followed,
1 experienced considerable dillicul'.y
in bieathiug and was soied with
dreadfully sharp pains iu my cheht
When these had subnided 1 fell
asloei). uud mav have sleiit r!1 tin.
Mlowi,)f, Iiif,jt, bllh n9 , ll(nv
L,,,,,!, ; , i,,,!,, u
ixitiM, m nun vuiuniunu v'lJlll lUtli
From this lethargy I was uroused by
the sound of voices very near. It
was light agaiu ; and oo listening
for a few minutes, I beard oars, A
Loat was Dear by. I shouted aud
was heard, I think. For tho voices
uud oats coased suddeuly. Theu I
heuid the voices agaiu, still quite
uigh, so close that 1 could dutiu
yuisb that tho language was Caba
"I uow shouted 'Help I holp I' as
loudly as 1 could. 'For God's bake!
I screamed, help me. Qui me out
of this vccsel."
"Then 1 listened again with fever
ish auxiety. For a momont or two
there was dsad silence, then 1 heard
a sound of oars, dippiug softly iu
the water. At first 1 thought thut
they were coming close iu, but soon
fouud they were going away. 1
shouted and implored and yellod
agaiu, theu btopped to listen. For
an answer, 1 heard the oars fuiuter
steuliug away. Such a fit of de
spair aud madness then came over
me that 1 shrink from epouking of
it. In my frenzy 1 cursed them for
brutes uud beasts, without hearts.
The superstitious fools, 1 doubt uot,
had taken my cries for some ill
omened voices of spirits ; for 1 have
reason to know that numbers of
these provincial flohsrmen are very
iguoiaut aud credulous iu such
I now gave way to despair.
Probably 1 wandered in my tuiud
somewhat, and may even have drunk
salt water) for 1 Lavo no vory dis
tinct romembiaoce of events, subse
quently, till the following day, as 1
reckon tho time, wheu 1 was rsus -d
by a sudden report, like a violent
thunder-clap, at no great distance,
preoodod by a rushing, spattering
noise which soeraed tu pose directly
over tbe balk 1 did not know what
ii Wan a ffrtlr but tho etfddea
s nnd routed mo brought me
uacK to a more i;iiu ible c onset-
ousuess of my situation. 1 thought,
too, that 1 heard voice at a distance
A minute or two p issed, then unotli
iaod t the sa.ne mutant 1 f -!t
1 i i t shock a'uii'st tiie hulk, necmi:.
patoVd by n (i .lilting, ciacl.ing noi-(!
"It Hadied to my miiel that th"
schooner was bcinj lire. I nt with a
minion ; for I bad hcnt- l that f , .
tbiveniiuent cruiser in th.x.i w.ller.
sometimes sink di'ivlict liulkn nil ml
nt sen, in thin Viiy.
" 'If they sink her, 1 m ii-t sinl, w it '.i
b'r, r pel haps K. : i 1 - I tiv the
shots,' was my thought.
"If ever a p r lelinw slmit' cl.
did then. Aii1br r .it ti-.
across the water, an I ,i lull cri-'i. d
into the bull over I, i head. l...n. r
i I ij it to so in lie! i l li.it I s i w a -.'ill. o.
sharp Kleam of da li..ht ll.r..;: ;li the
, liroken plaiiKiie; It iminv
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hue - in V ev- liad lien s. i , ..:;
turned to the (ilootii of my pK-mi. I
Icilolllili'd my sllollt then rniloi;
every instant lli-l iiie l her ball woul I
collie tbroil:;h the si'h i'f tli" hulk. I
eiMtirlied down, I i 1 1 1 1 1 1 r it 1 1 . 1 tr.'inli
liii;j. Hut my sleut, loivio f -.r
ec;r'ss tbiuuli tin' brnl.en -In -at bin-, ;
bad been b'urd heard wuli no little ,
ustoiiNhiiiciit. After a fi w minute-,
1 beard a boat pullin t w .t r. I s me.
Wading alotlii to ll u I nf I he rah
in, 1 was utile to p.
man of war's boat.
Scotch caps mid j i
si triti;,' very hard
At length the bo- .
" '.I'ley c .'
" 'I'm aboard it
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1 1 va u
ail. a - all in
i haii".l :
k' ' ('-
I dmi t want it sun!, till I
"The sailors lunched.
" 'What are you d
; iu tber.i
; xclaimeil the hoat-ua
'Hallooing fur b, I,.,' -aij .
"At that tllra wa a cry nt emu
inir-fratioll Hlld pit.' They pe.lh.l'
close up to the h ill. on. I a in.iii u -.
leaping upon lu-r v it h an a, s
cut uway t lie splint ! ai.ein l tin
shattered part, sulh -icnily fur me to
crawl out. I was in ba I c inditioti;
indeed, 1 thilikth.it lol snine lioiit'-. I
was not wholly in my riht mind ;
but I recived v ety kind treatment.
Tin' sailors inn! marines alternately
jonen ami (io .a" lor my ouo hum-
t I. . 1 . I .!.'-.. m ,,
hap and Minenn-s. 1 liey nickiiatu
Hie. "Jlis 1 aiiUce Julian.
"The ve-sel was the ioveriiuieiit
Jim lioat .Pin ; I was I hen taken in
to St. John's, .N'.' w f.iiuiilla ud ; ale
two weeks afterward saile I fur huiie
mi tli.) steaiuor !. .ie.i." )' '.'.-
Most of the wLeu ll.ey ful'
mean feel natiir d.
"I Lave doubt..," says one. Will,'
you just quit rout' luo.iliUcss ano
yon will ipiit doubting.
If a man hasn't ei!"o,,'h religi ui !
pray in his family be h.i-u'l euoujli
to take him to heuv.-n.
What is cultuie worth if it i lnr
tho whitewash of a rascal. I won!. I
rather be iu heaveu learning my A
P, LJ'b illllll iu hell readii g tilei!.,
If you will let me, 1 will cut tin
last ligumcnt that binds you to a hi.
of sin, ami let you swim out iud.
the bottomless, botiu.lic.i eCeaii i f
God's tuving love.
There am old money lenders in i
this city who, if they wero to get to
heaveu, wouM uot be the re tlm i
weeks before thoy would sunt to .et
up a brokerugo und Corner lot busi
ness. I would rather associate with a
hog thau witu a man who djinl.n
whiskey. A mau might ni-m'ci.it.
with it hog uutl ho becomes ho-i. h.
but ho would u )t become a ibui.k
aid. Just as u.onila are abovo man-1
iters, so a Log is a better usHociub 1
than a dram drinker. 1
Thank God, society is down in Ihe
ashes one more timo this side of lull
oven your owl society ! And you
will never get t io usliea oil' until you
como to Jod When you como t.. I
where you would rather phune ('od
man to pieaso society you mo get
ting about right.
I would ruller associate with u
dog than with a profat e swearer
I bis may souue: strange ; but 1 know
what I am ta kiug ubout. A man
may associate with a dog until he
becomes doggish ; but a swearei
cau make him hellish. A man's
affinities determine who Lo is uud
what ho is.
Going to church is liko going shop
ping ; you geuerally get what you
go for no more, no less, A woiuuu
will go iuto a store who re there is
SI 00,000 dollars worth of goods.buy
a paper of pins and walk out. Thut
was all she cuma for. You get about
what you come to church for.
There are more good women to
tbe square foot . fa this city than I
vr iW atjywWre but I wantev
jcty ncmatiiu thi-J eilv to tno in i . v
I Willi tlm I, l l .li rf.u ( ; : :. v. A
then voitr towtl w-.il I e v 11 ; : -1
t e.ll lllli I. I pl:li-;i ,'cil f' r a good
i ifn utel a on 1 i ioth. r.
I tai.'t il. fy Ihe ',,-., (1 .1 v'i
wil1 try me at tli ! e-i .1 'e .: ,
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