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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 24, 1856, Cincinnati, Ohio 1 ^    UtMMiUfrmaMifc y BefTeriesbythVHoTfle-ehoe.” OW Nm Ota tnaahMtak iMmüM, •tm «U tn«, with l«TtB« etn, ■af*4 k tan Mi twiy bm woik. Wtta Bklh mry wtmri Mr. Lta k ihwwi tew Ui« kenwn. Or like taMklm U4 »o«i ilclit-BwM Im4 IM nreet BgeortkBct UkWkTkoTMMdit. n. Ben kl twlU«til oooe reeUklok. » k ItakM viU kkd kt««n. Vmt I VkMM the Btat kk(ir. Akd Um Heeeoiae loktlM d>*k ¡ TUI ketreace ko4 dimay IMiac Wrakved ne la Iti nft «nbreoa, Akd kKhooih tke nlta WH IWUiii MllUiinrkilallnttaek. m. Ftlklif eUr the kteaee WkMr l«nta« nien eeewd to kti»; Aid the wkree eaoli ether ehntoc. Bklhid the eedie n devy utkf; Aid kioof the Unr Bkiilii, Vldtr dkdUac to lid (h>, Bflgkt kid elti Uane were nitac IbroKk the »wt«lt tail* kelow. IT. Whn kbeee i>H there tienMed or k itreii el mdfcic tare-Uk* the hu» er eone loet nIrU, Loit bet nt Arrlaeli tklr— O, hew hi of celta cletTl ita a Am* Jt paeeed ktaac, lad a* erer w*a ef eirr ow I Bweet ** erer feeul lODct T. Perth fcoa beeh aud brake om* troopist PIcnr nldiere, ihBk aod U*. taitet inele, nre> halhere-■eteeleeeiareh they kU the while la the tkicled can» orhanL Ok the newy beach or Bkhd; «TiiletBkMta, nren Ibktan. Tieec klMc tint ettrieh bud li Hnfcl thetaybeiiiaiailBclMt ToeitiietaiakyaheU: Altaewtthiay nmnfliB Itaa beM «1 na« the cweU; Deecly bta kid N«ht M air. •oak or yeatl wMi aiata ttantac Lei wlUiliiklady hlr! TB. Brown her ware at rteheit treeen. O'er her neck or lenyh wfalte, Drayed bar radiant him wHh Heetie, Pioatlnc Ita a etoid trom debt; Aid theee eye*. Uke Btan bom Beata. OrUkelowalalntheaaa. fUiC their otear Intoziaatian O'er the etreaa. the crot, the lea. u/ Oaatbic off the rhee ot ertld craya Byrticloff down the aloy* of e reeo. 'Db F* I cried. *^100 tweet Ulaelan !* Ahl thlaiotdlaeolTee thameael Pron the nad the ytamn aid maatlee. hen the aedce the lata* 00 lay. Boat *r ytarl, and hlreat Udy. MdtedntdfUkeawayl A Dirge. . Bat a lewtraUniniBara had touched thee. A* !!;•• tooeh the bett: tat 10 brlcn; *■ thy batr. Ih* eunahln*. But ae aweet .vi thy roloa the late. Bhnhed the relea ehon the hair; *B la OTtr; Ai an *r wbd* ata* ranata I , BethhtfWaanTethelaanlaaartyea ' Aade«bltl*retl.bit«ai*ttyalaa We aaitaid th* arn with wbM* reaea Ban naeoH and canr oa the abrtnA ' Play old tann with the aaddaat ol do***. Dear tnnn that were thine I ■ Bat h rala, an la rail I 1hoiaRa*B*-weraaeala. IB. H. beoaaaaa. Littl» Thing». Di toMlhlac hr each other-Theach eenB th* htiy laay he; Thanh amhrtoB to Bm* taaaa-Pkf taie thaa ethara an I IttaknlheaerrowSrcnth* art, ItUarn th* weild Ian hare. It bat a Maadhbaad oew Btcb. WkniHaadlyhaBnaiatartI Thn ehaarthehaartwhtaMilanahhear. Tat Bad* U hard to Hr* I AadlbenhbetHMa'alnoeryowar, that UMI* let natre. W* kaew net what th* hanblaat kaaA It earneet. tay aahtore; F" Bewtaay aaadaaxiety , AtatBanayftliaT*-. W* teak ael how the aaad peer , Dree *a beta day to day: Whn aha thalHde that they nnd OnlamielhaBlheyeaayayl , thn ahaartahant that lol* tech hear. Tat lade H bard UHto-Aad thooffh bat mtlda la ear yewrr Thai BtU* let n ilT*. Oaiiua Iwam. I Our Birth. Oaf Math h bat a dna aad a hraatHat. BhMhiaf. Aka'tad la an anuid Man \OndataarBndwahai AadlrtaMaWhntarld Bdeafiiiniaaaelan rMnc leak w. a CPron th* Bom* Joamal. A Fable. TIMB AMD C0PID. nm wn Bowlaff OB a day. Th* iaaadow.yrtH whtre Oayld lay I Aad a* me aced eyn are dm. Ha atw not Lore, and wounded hlaa. OtadlaynyoalhacTeaDd. Pbartnc wUh bla danceroaa weaad. Bat Time took oil haaat In a aaa. Aad eakUf baalad M* brelan ay. And n Lore raiaed bla drooylnc head Th* laaty old phyaMaa aald. "ir aU th* aad aad bkadlnc bnrta Wham ydh bar* woaadad with year dartt. Waald hrralM to me tyyiy. Heoa or l.oyo woald erer die.* MB/    tm    M    U paiealal haad wkioh aoafht to    Un ari^t, draw uponUmníbtoo oAaa. tawitaad to do maar thufathat Ua bthor diaapprortd, and o(Ua bacama mor* impatient wboa chaok ad bf OM wiaar and morw tzperiaoed than UmaalC la thlB mpaet, Jamot wm like moat ponng paryoof, who tbiik tlnir pareato or gnanliaBa are orar particular about them, and mora ia-dined to abridge their plaaaura than to widen their apbore of oojoyment ‘T think ftthor'ii raj nnkindwe haro bnrd a bop ny, when the act of the parent wai dietatad bp the tendoreat regard for hia weUare. Mother aerer Ukaa to an mo eajoping mp-tali,’’ npt a littla girt, whoa aome rntrictioo m ilaaed upon her. And pot, lhat rtrr reatrio-ion ia mnst to nre her from pean or miaorr in after lifc. Ghildren are not apt to think that their pa-raata are oldtr and more ezperienoed than themaelrao, tod in conaequenct know better than tfaep, what ia for their good. Nor do thrr oompreheod the loring and thongbtihl oan docking often into aniioua lolidtnde, with which tbep are erer regarded. Wedonotgreat-Ip wonder at this, becanae th* mindi of children an not perfeetad, and tiieir atara of exporirnot U amalL idtill, thep iro abn ór> andtrtand what thair punita tnah then, and to aot mor* wiaelp than if ther fuUowad their own incUna-tioiia. And it ia to help them to act more wiaelp, and thna to aecnre oupinen in the futura, that their parents and (nends to oftoi preaant good praoeptt to tbeu- minds, oorrer. in tham what tbep ace to be wroag, and nek ao eon-ataatlp to torn tbeir tat into wapa of aafatp. Bat we an going to relaM tomrihing about a hop named Jamn Lewia, whc rai I& paara old. A bop who has gained tbi/ age geoenllp haa hia mind pretty well tf-' .'Jfrum boolu, and he if able to think on a ' many anbjecia. And he is, moreoTcr, rerp p. to hare a good opinion of himself, and to beliere that he knows CTsn better thaa lia father, what is best for him. Jamea was such a lad as wa hare here pietor-td, and hia fother often felt troubled about him whan he saw haw parrenelp be sought to bars hia own wap, eren though it was opposed bp hiajiaranta. "Mp aoa,” said Mr. Lewis, onMsp after haring Tiinlp endesTored to make Jamn nnder-atand that aomething he wiabad todo was wrong “thera ara two wapa of Ulb, oaa lending to hnppinesa, the other to miaarp. At first thcT run almost aide bp aidA and ww m«p aamlp step form one to ins othar; bat ■Boar^tap dmeiga widely, taAaerar ewsen Mgbtsfasoh ether sfsin. Thd path that leads to daafrwetioii, mr bob, looka smiw dnriting to the ponng and inaipatianeed than the oan wfaitt lanoa to bappiaeaa. The flowers that grow along the margin bare brighter hoes and more aitractiTe perfume, while in the diatanoe a hundred brignt proapects are pren to the eye. The ponth are naturally incliDed to walk inthiipath. But Ood has giren them param and frieads to point to the better wap and lead them therein Thep stand ai angela of mercy, sent frxuD Hnren to guide them in the wap of life. Jamea, try and let tbii thought sink in to pour mind. And now I leave pun free in ir mind mi iger which this instance, to act aa pour mind may direct. I bara pointed out the danger which la pot. Imre told pon that the wap in which tou before daepar into this gfoomp dntriat, na opan apaoa abaad. As ha wnlksd foarfnlly along a roar shook Iba earth; thena beast or pray rushed pant bim, and stuck hia tags deep into the ritab of aota weaker aninml. Toror gara wings to bis tat and U ran deeper into the foraaL— Nigbt Btlangtb baatan to aoae. It was with dtf-fioultp thad hsaonU ate his wnpor keep ia tba path, which had besoma so rough that be atombled at almost arerp step. ^ feet were bmined and cut, and be walked onward in pain. "Oh. that I had only taken the other road,” be Mia, puahii^ on ia the midst of the dark forest and looking back. But tha erp of the wild beasta aroaa ia the di. action from which he bad oome. He morwl agua, when mdden Ip a meteor shot acroH the ikp. Bp the light of which it gave, be Hw himself on the very brink of a fearful gul^ and be would hare been lost in another moment. Tba shock atartlad him from his dream. Ail waa dark ia the abambar whan young Lewia aat, and it was aoma moments betas be eonld reallM tha tat that be waa in hia fother’a honas, with two waps of Ufe pat before hi^ and be in freedom to choose the one in which he would walk. Dear children, if von wish to enter the right wap—the wap of fife, leading to everlasting feUdtp, poa mutt do so Ibrouch obedianee.— Tou aannot pounslvaa know má wap, it must be pointed outti poo. If left to puunalva* you would be almost aura to take the road to dectrnction. Tba wap doss not look inviting at Brat; but whan you have entered it, poa see that it grows mors pleaaant, attraetÍTe and braatilbl, at every step. Unlike the other wap, no serpenta lurk amota the waving gnaa, no thorns are among ita fiowars; it fouls through 90 dark tarvt abounding in ravaaoui beaata. And nnUke tha wap which temiicalea in tha ilf of deatrucUoD, it terminates in the gar- in of Ood. ^ The Ace of Spades. BT nalFCU A. Ol'klTAOB. "Twenty to one I hit it at the first shot!” said Frank Travane, a potug American, aa be pointed out to his oomiwions, a group of Ob-Dana and Spaniardi, a pU/lng-eard, the am of spades, pinned to tae trunk of a palm tree at twenty paces, diatanoe, in the cwacioa* garden of a ooontrp-aant in the neighborhood of Hn-vanv "Draw it rather milder, for henven’a mta, Frank,” whinpered hi* friend, fTill>fors, a New Yorker, long a ramdaat of Cuba. “Twan^ to oaa 1 eeatra that aael’reportad All Things Perish. AHMBalklaaatoAlylaad. AB wiala. iB vsata, aU hsT* aadi AI tak. aB wlthsR i«M SME lUath. Balfta Matafolh, Meto ahradath, Mas Maa. sneid raautoi avary lUaf Doto toa* tad akaaffi la rala brtaa-Tkaa Bata wMl to atat 1 aar. IMaa aaato. a Matfc and foyi Bar efeia daato hato árl ran y* dawn WMtoar wwdwh yaw ranawnF If to* hard ae fwiid Mv*. lyaaryralatoBva. raan vaa faaaca oe Wici. Alaal ta car* sad aaliu we* IH walahar* M llMlr tora, «her* haavaah tou lalal aa4 IraaMaat rluw Ba aaui ttoffa** la Sami 0. W, I (laaire to walk is not the right wap. That what w* feel incUaed to do ia not aiwapt beat for US, becauae our haarts are aril, and ioolined to lead US into eril. Left free, aa I now leave you, mp son, let me enrnastlp entreat you to choose the peth of safety. It mav not ba so inviting at Ant; you map not be able to «nter Hezoept through aelf-denial; but yon will nut wnlk long in it before dfooovering that the Sowers which spring np bara and tbere have a sweet and toothing perfnmeL and though pour tat are not wa^, althoogfi the wap looked rough when viewed fkom the path I have to aarnettlp wamad you not to t\k«.” We are sorry to Mp that the worda of Mr. Lewis did not aink m deeply into th* heart of Jamea aa tbsv shooid have dona. It it true that b* thought about tham, and to a eartau' iztant, oomprehendad their BMaaiag. Bat hia inclination was atrongCT than hit reason.— Aa hit fatbar had not hid hia commanda on him, he, after a struggle in his own mind, be-twatn aenae of right and a desire to enter thereinto a pleasure whose eharma hia imagina-tioa had heightened, aufiaradhimatU'to enter the wap is which waa nit safety, and dream-11.^ of no danger, be waa led aaiifo to the com-t mission of an ¡icttha* violated human and divme law*. When Jamea retnrurd home, he felt afraid to meet hit hther. Oh, bow unbappp he waa—nevtrin hia Ufe had ha been to wretcb-Ht had gnttMred tbs flrat fruit that hung »T—r*~g‘r froto ^ branehu that bant over thewap he had ehoeen to walk, hut it prorad to hia toafoaa bitter as worm wood. AUuiatbfo Catber had said, whan wnrning him ebooae thspatb of error, had coma viV his mind, and almost with tear* did h* of his foUp. AIod* in Ua room, bowed dotrn with sham* and Mlf condamaatiun, Jamaa Lewia aat, iffor tha ahsdowa odeveoing had folien. Onduallp aa ihs twiUxbt da^>*n-ad, and bit epa aeemad to reSeet aa ob^ta tronad him, the mind of the ltd became filled with eonfnainB and rapidly changing images. Bnddenlp there waa a great efaange. Ha found himself standing on a baauttful pfoin from which dapartad two roads toward* whieb b* was walking. Hit mind was tranquil and happy. Una of thane ronda looked ezoaad-Inglp foviting. Bright flowen sprung thickly batods H, and taM, among the braaefaet of wfcieb aportad birds of g^ent plnmagtL grew *11 afota its bordara. Tb* otoer roñd uraaintid nothfog altraeti»» TKj maesfo »■•* Urrsn, and bagaa at oaa* to aeeind a atap sad somewhat rugged hilL As Jamaa draw naar (he spot wbsrs these two roads diverged, be met aa old mao, with a mild eountenanoe, and apaa lit np bp wfodom. "You Ha bata* poa," Mid tha old man, "th* wtf of life and tha raid to daatreettoo.-Cbooo* now, which you will walk in. Th* road to daatruetioa Uwka for mora inviting than th* wap of Ufo, bat th* llowar* poo *m hava no tweet ptrfrune, th* fhiilB that bang tHBpMaglp from tba trsM an bitter to tats, tad tbs road whfoh look* ao smooth and pfoaaant, is in raaUtp rough nnd atonp. Thabrtharptoi go on this readth* foHat-tnativa it baoomaa, bat with avarp step of progrsM ia tha wap of Ufo, tb* mure baauti-hi will all appaar. ObooM now, th* wap in wbta pen wril walk.” Tba boy paaaed only for a few momtnta, ba fookad Brat at th* attraativ* wap, and than at toe p^ ao fnU ofbaanlp. "Th* ^ maa kH trred,” said ha in hia baart. "Thfo ia tba road to htipriatii and to lifA aad tha othar la tha wap to dMtruo-lion." Aad ^ he aaforml trilh burrping feet, tb* rood to dastonetlos. HtrMsilp di* oM man oallad aftar him, and tondarlp did h* wan him, but tha b<FP haadtd him aot UbiatatarnaMlo NtahatoMHa tberl dfe- laaaa bm the point wbar* tha twa iMd* a.'ftnttd, aad at which tUtc m»» • Umu-fal aibor, with a fowstoUi throwing bright wafers iato tba auMp air, hia foot slriHk amuoet a atona that waa not pMutlrad, tad h* fell to thaaorth with a staaalng Jar. Ha was tato mnahpafofrtoa thafoUwhaaba ranchad tha grata arbor, lhat ha aould not aajop Ita pfoMoai ihndA Bor taka dallght in ita baanllfiil bus IMA. With agraan,k*threw UmaMf upow Ih* graanswtrd; wlMtn ba had lain only a few ntnuta* whM he sprnag to bfo feat la tnddao tatonr, ta tlaM to hia hod anwt a dasdlp Q||j^«bsbjMjMt ahowtoMklM hi. klaasaadar.ltakwymsfnd aaltawMy hshtdahaMn. ■**■*■—bar of tawtoiMUfe »!• *a th* osfort ofth* ralBfeaw, MvtMod *TCA*tah*s^Fp*d tsldat* gaiharthasA Mol kor ordar wt* N afboMvA tholks taew tham to tbaaorth quickly. AoetlMr tawer toaaftad him bp Ita baantp, but la pUieUng ;t h* tor* bis bas'i* with thiorn*. Ponalito '.UW b* look** back, tad th* wub aroe* ts aia uiiad that ba bad takaa the other road.—He would hava ratnaed his*fe|W had b* not NuMffilMrtd tba aerpaal at tba foaalain, tad fearod tu go bp that daagar.tot plae* *g .is. waat to throw away pour money.” “That’s mp lookout, captain, wiU poa take me apt” “CertaiuJy.” “Well, then, I'U make the offer foirer. I wUl tura mp back to the mark—wheel at the word fire! and discharge mp pistol at on*—two —three. Tou thall give the word, if you like.” “Done!” Traverae turned bis baek to the card.— The captain gavt the word. Travtrae wheel ed and fired at “two.” (tataki Alvarei ran up and examined the card. Be ntaroed, stroking bis ooal-bUck mooatahe. “You did it oertainlp,” nid be, "but it was a chance abot.” “A chance shot!” repeated Traverse. "A hnndred to one I’U do it again four timea nia-ning.” “Done,” said the ewtain. Tba tsooad shot wHfonsd th* hole made by the first. Tha circumferena* of th* aeoond— the fourth and fifth yhou widened tb* aperture. The card was handed round amidst the admi-retioD of the company. Travase tmifod as'he pat tb* card in hi* vast pookeL “This it nothing,” said be, “I have mad* better abofe. There ii nothing wonder-fol in It. 1 have Uved with the pistol in mp band.” "Do yon undarstand the tmail sword, aUo, aenor,’' uksd the lansero, earefoasly. “Indifferently wdl,” replied Traverse. “What do yoa my to a boutf” aakad the oap- óa. “With aU my heart.” Alvarei amifod. and cignad to aa attendant to bring foifo. He offered the American hia choice. The young men laid Hid* their canta. Tnvarae bent the blade of hia foU to try ita temper and tpring, it proved to be the best Oerman ataK Alvarez toaeed hia high in the air, ea^ht it wiih the right and fon handa, threw it over bii arm, aad played wi'Ji it in a thonaand duiieruut foahiuBA At 'ut thay Mluted gracefully and interchange the preliminary pasae* to ascertain tbeir disunce. “On guard!” cried the Rpanford, stamping hit foot; aad the gUttaring blades ware en- ^^rarane wu aeooantada good swordsman. He made a peta, and hia antagonist ssat ''is blade wbirl^; thirty tat in tb* air. “Take mine, I beg you,” aaid Alraras, with a polite bow. nrking up the American’s sword, be renewed the enconnter, and touched bfo antagonist lightly on the breHk Trererse lunged m return, and WH disarmed instantly. "I givait up,” aatd be gaily. "8t. Oeorge WH not more a master of the sword.” “It is nothinK,” uswared tb* Hpasford, in-diffaiently, yet well pleased at tha complimant. “My fencing is tike your ihooting. 1 have Uvad with tha sword m my band. It is my fovorite we^ion.” "U* la an invetorsle dnalisi ” ..uispared Walfori to bis friend. “H* bm kiUad four men to my certain knowfodga, and each am» wu drilled In a dilbrent niaoe. Uis suceeM makM him something of a bnllv.’’ “OenM, ■antlamsn, to horat!” taid Captain Alvarsa. "The tun ku alinawt tonnhad the boriioB—tb* brecM bH aprung op—wt ahall be ia tfm* to pay our respecta to tb* fodfoa on tba Paseo.” Th# gay party lighted thalr eigsrs, atonnfod air Uttfo Aadelnaua bersM and eantered toward Ih* city atan •**} pse*. It WM holiday time in Uavasa, and Travus* and hia friend, both masked, wve chatting with a eoupfo of lovsly sonoritu on whom th«y war* making an evtning eall, whan a gronp of maskan nforad the room. On* of them bald tfofoly eonitasy, and tb* two AsMriHna wart ' ‘ aloM with the fodfoa. Manada thrawW-Mlf into ibe arm* of Travant, aad wapt upon hia ahooUfor. "Oh!” A* azefotmad, "I widi that I wan dead. I hare brought this on yon hy a tbmigbtlta act—aad Da will kiU yon M he has done so many other*. And what will vonr poor madrt do when aha hears that her brave son bu fallen in a qoarrel like thizr” “An embraee aad tears from yoiL señorito, are ebeaply pnrcbased bp life itaeir’' rapbed Tnverat, with higbfiown gaUaaWp. “But drp TOUT bright epta—or pnpnre to ahad poor tonrs 2br th* fonoern—for tba rtmica of weapoM Ifo* with me and be it at e» marep.” “Deuced lockp, toof’ mattered WaJten.— “If it had been othanriM ha would hadb tpit-ted po« bk* a fork. But wbst’t to be dene nowf” “To tba mptain'a qunrtere,” lepUsd Traverae. “Adfou, ladie*.'" “Oood fortune go with poo, gallant eaiaUt-ro!" cried the girb, together Traverse, putting bia arm in that of bis friend, atrolfod twap in th* direction ofth* bamekt. “Whp th* dsDo* did pra not isiad vonr own biiitnaaff'* giumbfod WaltarA "It’s n founded ticklith thing to meddle with n h muk. and pou ought to have hiown it “How should I?’ 'Tgnortace is no ezrasa in tha epet ot eas-tom, anv more than in the epea of the bw.— But poú’re in for it now. What do pou pio-poM to do?” “Hend him my card.” “He’U fight of coarte.’ ‘1 ahould auppoae—hi* profeaslon will foro* him to It” "Very weU—you name pistola. Ton cna’t think of kUling^r "Do 1 look tike a ruSan, Walters?' "Vary welt than. You fir* in the air. Ms’s dilsatiafied, demands anothsr thot—you grant it and very likely the feUow wiU hit pou. No, nolpoumutwinghimatthefintahot Tonah him in thsarm." AadperfaapteauMhim the Iom ofalifflfof I can’t think of thsL "Than aU I hava to Mp ia, that it’s a verp bad acrape. What if you apologisri” "Apologizal” Iliad Travtrae. "Not sol the blood of the Old Dominion wiU not aUow me to stoop so low M that. I oan bfoad, but 1 oan' nottdaah. Wean    ‘ MlmMBdy it "TidpWdBrDr "And hm we are St th* bin in aad aak for Captain AIvstm aad hand Ibm your card.” “EzacUp, and wait for bis answer, whstsfsr it map be "Hand me pour card then, qniekl” “Confound la” cried T'Tavaree, aaarcbisghis poeketa, "I have I’t anp cards about ms; I left them aU at mp L itet.’’ "Bow anluckvl” eried Waltan. “Unlnckp, indeed! Step have pona paacUf” “Vas, here it ia, have pou foonid a cud?” "Yee,” said Traverae, producing a cnun,ded and soiled card, “tbere it it.” “That! do pon call that thing a card?" "Tea, it la the Ace of Hpadet!” “The veip card pou centered fire timMi “Yes, it mnst eerve the pnrpoM.” And Traverae wrote bis addrcM njran iL Waltara took the card and disappeared, while Traverae walked to and fro, wrapped in deep thought Id a few momenta his friend re-sppeand with an exultant countenance. “^!)ov!" he cried. “What do pou mean?” "Alrarat bu backed out It wu the Ae* ot B^cs that did it At toon u ha nw it, k* changad color. There't a note from hint Traverse tore open the note and read; “Czno ai Asioo,—Had I known it wu pou who fold banda upon mrmuk, toe affair would have ended with a langb. We cannot hold for-eignen ratponaibfo for acts oonunitted in com travention of onr aocial usage*. Let it pauu a froUc of tha CarviuL Exeace mp appanut rndeoeta, and believe me ever poura, “Arroino ALvazai. “Yahani 'Mptafai!” cried Traverse, m tb* frisndsltnmed to regain thatr lodgtnga. ‘T ap-prscmw bit motivas,—he had so idu of baing oenterad like the Ao* of Bpades.” poiwJ r»tty. pea ware in thsstaatici 1 ad, pen toil me,!* tail «earl daps out of the atvaa, for I of life, wooid po« nel I to get throogii btatdn ot flight to I sr better BtiU, a bvkoia' it it a hard, wap fig a { living, begrateaolUM dollar. 'Tbia le the the hu risas bp ^Mdfo throngfa th* eold kan aad en' housH and tciltl awn; go at Dosi if ah* Éttt bM that ik* mapi'W* ooooh ut soma fond one, < the bona, pat, thsininati fearing ever, ^ tap oomel it back on the befit, and taU poBwfa beeaaMkeri out the waA.’ bergluMS andfiripsd IhaLfi'oM aoM'oassa, I "Thera wu Bftn a i thaa tkst of AMd* asm s maida tAo wutfi with higher hapafo mot* I Weddu^^uW hart tatahadsnrtMBad bn guBhftoMikahMori ertoherthubnrswat SSCSiT.’:, taussd a gSU'Wiiri de*d,fo*MssBoMta Hhl had?    ^ 'An! fer ten rata 1 her path. HerboMe rare luxury—bar til^ loving mu, a winning mnrris « adding new comt tohis firewide-a Ood had given i her bed-aiide, ifo ^theimagtof eonld offer. “Botli I half kjop* r« foana, SSdhshy- isndidstnr and did sure. They gnv* trhM the poor so sMdta hava, tita ta nnw. "O, aont,” aaid Mrs. Morton, with lean ia bn apto, as, having asutbeiiufocoOnadhah* horn* to its last homa, thep retnraed to their ow* happp^ar, "if my hurt bisHea yon, bow more most poor Boau’to Had it not been far yon, wonidhava hem too lata thabahewgnid Mt have known its mother. It hu bau a ud, pet help foasoD—I shall alwapa now be kind to Me poor waaherwomu. But, aunt, wutbe ston pen told meatirut one—oiitiue, I meu?" "Tba reality of that atorp whiteoad this head, when it had seen but thirty summers, ud the Btmorv of it hu been on* of mv keenett sorrows. It fo ut atraags that I ahould ntv tbs foor wuharwomu—Adalrne and aunt Uaanah *r* one ud the aame." Washing^ton Sharing hia Blan* ket with a Negro. The following ueedoie we find in Neil’s "Colored Patriota of tha Amerieu Revoln-■hn,” wfaneiti* eredhed to Godep’s Ladp’a &*k,and to th* Bar. Heup F. Uirisgrtoa. Thnmgbual the Bevoliitinnarv wn, Primu StU wu the body aervut of Colonel Picker-fi||k ^ Masaadraa'ttA H* wu free ud eom-' ttive, asd defightad to sit down with u  ted littaner ud pour oat tiioM aUrfoa tad abaorbfog ud exeitem| uecdotu with Widi hi* memory wu ttoreo. It ia -wall known that there wu no oflleer in m whale Amniua army, wboumaBurp wu non to Wanhia|Bon, ud wbou conoael wu mar* esteemed hp him, tbu that of the honest patrtotfc Colonsl Flokaring. He wu on intimate tormawitkhi»;. tad aahoumed himself to him with U htdk nss^ aa, perfaapa to up M awftdaai ia tb* army. Whanever he wuata- tioned within ineh a distanea u to admit of it, he paaMd mnp hr«n wHh th* Ooloaei, eon-Bulttnff Mm urn istiM|nfoii maasane,t dijj|htin«in fir»aipinq|ti*fHudshir WuMnston wu WBtas* oAm hrmuht into ooalsst wlft ft*    <hdoMr%k*r- un,«m4ttalBlFitata knsgsttosMitwt^” afM**to thn ufM to n*(s hta. mánsto *mm I tsn dUEtant JtuM taw m bMbn to* paUfo, snd nU of PrinwA Oaeo Frightening a Squatter. About thirteen veait ago, when the now flour, ithintcitp of Hunibal,on the MiasiMippi RiV' n, wu but a "wood pnd,” tarroundtd bp a few huts bafonging to som* hardy "squaltar*," ud sueb a thing u a stasmboa wu oonMdar-ed qnita a light, tha following inddut oocnr-red: A tall, brawny woodamu stood leaning rinat a tree which itood upon the buk n river, gazing at some tnprouhing oiijeet. irengage- Sow among tba muy paaacnger* wu a aprnoe ponng duJp with a folUng muitahe, Ac,, who aaemed bant on making an impraasion which would Msilp have ban diaeoverad to beaataamhuat. About half u hour bad alanud, ud tha but wu moored ud the buds buailp ed in taking on wood. Now among tba mup irnce ponng duJpi ' ' c,, who aaemed bant bp torn» beroie dtad. tibHrvinguur squtter tnend he imagined this la be a fiu opportunity to bring bimatif ..Jtie*; so ttappiog into the cabin, btaaid; "Ladfoa, if pan wul to enjoy a good langb, step oat into the guarda. I intend to frighten that gentfooun foto fits who afeada on tba buk. Th* fod<M aauptiad with th* raqnut tad onr dudp drew from ta hosau a formidabfo Ifowie kaifo aad thrust it iato hi* bait! thu ukieg a large bone pistol in each hud, b* itrodatn shore. Marching up to tb* womlamu be eieUimed; Pound you at 1^ hava I? You are the mu I'v* ban tookiag for thn* weeks! Hap ^ --------  hiapfe- udl   tsne to Cefooal wMh ifertRng rapidity, sad sarspt sway fton iaw’s qaartarA **d found him absut Ikam avttptiung bnt fore aad tbeir baby-bop. ^It u no matter,” Mid he to Primus; "I am ^mred to one another and to that, thep bore a graatip in nead of ezerciSA You mut help me to get aoau befon poor master reSoniA” Under Waihfogton’s direcuona, tha aegro buied himeelf in Some limpie pr paraliaaA into the ground about ______  id    to    it,    and then Primu wu desired to alud at sosMdistaauudhold it ilOiüuutáilT cZtondcd. The bops, the COiii)-try ovar, are'uiiliar with this pfon of getting sport. With true bovfeh leat, Wuhington ran forward aad backward for sums time, jumping over the rope u he came ud went, until ireaaed bimielf MUified with the "exer- ^mred to'one áñotbsr aad to that, thep brave hurt, ud ia a diafent city begu s new e. Well ud atronglp did tbap itruggle, sad at fongth begu «net morsto au tbataa-ligfct of prospenty ahina upon tkair bomA— But a little while it staid, ud then the shadows fell. The husbud sickened ud lav for mnnp c mo«ih ooo!! a waaip aoneh, foaguisb ing no! only witn mutal ud bodily pain, bat oftontimes for food ud medicinA All that the could do, the wife performed with a frith-fill bud. She went from oae thing to uuth-er, till, at length ah* who had worn a tatin garb ud pearb upon her bridal dap, toifod at uie wash-tub for the seutieat livinig. Long before light the would ría* every morning, and labor for the dear odm (t her lowly home, ud than, with mup a kfos upon the lips of bar [ProB ■ XBarmtuc. to*, fej A garrulout old tenon, in weeds for the dimattou fbrtnu of tke legitimateA bu no itiv taetnred u on th* penfou position of the Americans in th» Btsto, that we have loaded up our muaket aad revolver, abarpen-ed the bayonet and paper knife, ud otherwiu secured <mr dnmien mim u invsainn 1^ the nggsd battalioQ sooonstutiv impnaaed upon our mind u aecnted in the buahet onfeide of town. She hu no doubt of the eulyect, ud in her snlietmde for our welfere, cioaaed barsrlf most devontiv—the enenip wu juat there, ready for tke frap; aad when wa inaist-ed that ther were onarmed, ihe onbeaitating-Ip diasolven onr dreani of eecuritp, by informing us that thep were armed with a fearful weapon, the nan» of which ihe bad forgot-tu, but that only reqnired to be thrown np in air, when dumbing a parabola, it would descend upon the AmencuA ud kill them wherever thev were; ud then, behind th». cloud it arial enemta, there would oome a sqnadron of csvalir, valiut to desperation, monnted on high uoneA careering onward with head* but down, aad bearti indiftcrent to duger, ahonting in fearfol nnitp, “Vive Chamorrol,” ud eut^eeting all hii'enemiet to dettruetion. In view of this dreadful evut, we armed fer the emergencp. Every noiae wu aztenv iveiy oonaiic.*(L and several timu at the dead of night, when the native guard bu iz-cfoimed, “Quiu Vive?” with more thu oid-inarv energv, we have jamped from the bam-moek, and prepared for a host of nfeble u 1 invtaibfo uenuu. Thus nervouilp titoated about 4 o’clock last Sunday morni^, the roll of the drum on the plan act the printing oftta in motion. Going out, the only thing to 1^ teu wu half adraen women squaaing axound the door of the cathedral, ud these being questioned, aaid a marriage wu about to be performed. The tnrpriae wu agreeable, and *3 we oongrstnlate the public that we have to daserihe a matrimonial sngagement where we expected a warlike conflict. If making two hudu of grase to grow where hot one grew ihMbic be grcstiMsa, what ottat to be the es-B ta him who makee a Saaae iuU of taz-pspen where but two previoualp paid revenae iste Sfeto? Tfe* rati *f tke drum wu a military more-Hand, afifeg srhich laming skp-rcekM* were teat ap ^ tka advance good of HfidtoW h*^7m¿rSS Its apueannee. at which the crowd wu much regaled. The mu ud women joked ud bmgbed, the bop* a^-larfced,*w1iile the printiig cfflce put on it* dignity, and kept a bright look out for iteau. All this while, a brisk Tuei] at rubbing, ponnding, riaaing, ttarchiag, not imfrequutlp wading knse-deep in the drifts, to hang out th* elotlta that froze evu ere the had fastened thsB^to the I»a And when light eame, irith bar half dollar, she wonld grope throngh the eold and now to her oft-timaa ligktless uu firetsM iiuuii, fo. Lei hu-bsnd wu too alek much of Ihe time, to tend evu to th* fire or ttriks a light. And 0, with wbsk a akivetiag ,kMit she would draw near tb*u,feHingeT«% feMUba too late. It Is a fact, that for liz wuki, at on* time, ahe never up tha foot of bar bnabud or her child, MV* by MHp-light, ezoapt on Sabbath. Bow glad ah* would have bau to have once in a while atmall wishing gathered for her! “On* dark winter morning, h the wu bntp prapnring tha frugal braaktat ud getting ev . thing ready ta she left, her buban' her to the naónide. be ezpi ciae.’ Repeatediv afterwariU, when a favorable op portnait' offered, be would up: “Come Pn-mut, 1 kin in need of sxerciae,' whereat the aagru would drive down the etake, ud Washington would jump over the rope until be had eicreiaed himself to bis oootant On the aeoond occaaioa, tb* grut Uueral wu engaged in earneet converution with Colonel Pickering in hit tent nntil after the night had fej-ty set in. Headquarter* ware at* con-aidereble dJttuoe,ud Washington ngnided h;i pntemoe to sfeping with the Colonel over niifbt, provided he bad a spare bluket and airaw. "O pea," said Primua, who wu appealed to; ‘ptoutp *f strew asd blankata—plenty.” Upon this auoruot Wiahiagton oonUuitd 'Ada,” aaid he, fo aimost a whiiper, "I want you ahould try ud get home earlv be bom* befrira aundowB, do, Ada” [want ight- "111 try,” aniwerad ah* with a choked at-tarnoM. "Do try, AdA I have a strange desire to nee your face bp suUght—today is Friday—1 nave not lean it ainoe Boadnp—I moat look upon It one* tftin." "Do you fW worse, Edward?" taked the uz-lou^, talicg hit pulM u ahe No, no, I think Do^ bnt I do wuttosee I m wait till Bundsy.” ly would si the sunlight tbonld have atolen tLroi leuoki I 00 I pour fltee once more bp tunligfaL I euaut Qladlp the tarry bp hia bedside, till nId have stolen tLrougb their Httle window—bnt it might not be. She aru puniluA and fo the uak of morning moat go forth to Ubor. 8h* left him, aweet kiiirt were givu and taken, and tweet words wLu-parsd in the sweeteat lov* toou. She had reuhad tba kitchen of her tmiilorer. ud with troubled foe* waited ta the Wikst to be bruu a guitar in bia handA whtah he tonshad tkil-fullr, while ba aasg with a vote* wboM riek-DSM wu not ostiralp uwrauad bp tb* auak he woTA th* words of a Spanish ditlp. Wbu ha auaad.b* appro*ekad tb* auurife Malan-dlt,aad aaU: ‘Vunafe, do you know fflt? ’ "1 niuw you nut, tenor.” "Cu pun not guaas?” "It flaMiu on my mind,” aaid thsaMorita, Ih^ou art Hetwatiu Navarro.” "Wrosjjl” rapliad tb* ttrugar, with * light foiiffa. ^ry ngifo." ‘T will b* sura this timA" said aad ah* aprug from hsr ata ud_____ bis mssk. Th**lr*agardatadsdhima*ll,Bad M kt wu musk feUer than bis assailut, baf. fiad bar Mferte eomptatalp. .. TT*!Ü’    to    Ita aid, nnd b^ almoM ruMp saiiad tk* strugar’s muk, whsa s abrtsk uttarad simultaaeuuslp bp tb* two IsdiuatTsstod hia hand. Haturuidawap la tMo^muL Munsla, Ml, u death, snsk iato nakta nmd sovaring W fes* with bar banda, aobbad sMtrnlatürp. "What th* devil hev* 1 dan* nswt" uked Traveru *f hia fHud. "Don't you know,” n Itadaadfy tamHlofep At fefeJnastaA fen TbnvaHA aaid in n inw, i pour prayan: he eoauanad, praaasting I tolc puu U make a aapifel ban dour, shall drill th* kap bolt mpacUl The aquatter oalmlp turvepad him a siomut ud then drawiag buk a atop h* pluted hU hng* flat directlp Istwara tb* apu of hia u-tegoniat, who taa siomut wu flonnderiag hi th* tur^d tratan of Ih* MisslsBippL Evsrp patangtr on tb* boat bad bp ll'fe time oolleetad on tb* guanta, ud th* eraat-fel-lu hero, u h* wu sneakiDg off toward th* boat, waa thna teoosled bp hi* eonquarur "I Mp pu, aeit tim* pou oome aroand dril l»g k^bnUt du’t frirgat pour old aequtis- Ba aOT Fiood.—I nevar aount bow mup AtM went to prodoM up gives aflaet ur ae-tiuo, ud have bees, for mp uwn par tim* quite 'milled in mp own otsA for mp uwn part, mup a 9 mp own otSA uncying tome grud, aoma magnulmuuA tomt virtu ana rmsiw ta u art of which I wu proud— when lol som* part litU* utirieal monitor tprisffs up inwtrdlr. nitattiag tk* fiiad hum. bug which I WM eharishisg—th* puaork a tail wharolB mp absurd vutip had clad Itaall— asdupA-“Awap with th» boastiBg—1 am th* eaau of pour vIrtiM, mp lad. You an pisasad that ptstardsp at dlnntr pon abatoiaed from tb* drp lvara*l”aulsim*d Trav X! -Ten daslrad la a^a sty feu thu?" Ka rataad blUMSk. "Oapfeis Antoniw .Avaratl avie. "Tb* ssmA iir. at punr aarvtoa,” replied tb* •aptaia. "It eppears pen know *i* Map I aakyouto fevor bm, is rtturn,hv d»i l«sfiig vour faea?" 1 am vsrj anxiuui ti. knuw p. whom I Miell pap mp rasfest* fur tbs to».. auagDA—mp sasMls Worldly Fi not Selrdmial, and I oauaad you to rafraiA Yob an plunad baensa* pos nava s guinu to Dlddltr,-I am LastosH, sot^aroMtp, that isspirad PM. Tu bun pourmrif baunu you MiMafi sfeM ttaftadsnil OswsHI It wn* kuanu pu tmni not ran fe* ifok ad fet feank bufanfeiyunstalfeg^bLkr Two rovniar se Why ,a a mu get# k.i- k. J down at au aleouoii likaV.. wiwld walthabit* Siu-atiae he’s "flatten»! * tbejMilla” Tbavoung mu who UiielefttaÜMWMtonfeediiaadsp. U» Ira» •t*-'o» tb* wiru Why I* a»u wtllisg Bwrs, IlkA a anui unJsr mdirlHeoi* Hrn»i he't'ipu ton/avlcu ’D." over her Smothering it, u best aksseuld, abe k up tb* board, ud rabbsd, nswd, [ out. It wu balf'past tbrtA "k"* igbL Abeutiful pmBeplapad bo* u fee ssaorted -4¡f oootants. She eonld get through easilp bp two o’etock, vtA if aha hurriad, partt^ps bp one. Love ud ui-iety lut new sliu^ to her wttrp wvnt; and five mmuta* aftar mm e’ebek, ah* hugi the lut garment on tba Ibw, find wu juat shout iptptng her tuba, wbu the mistreu eauit in tn a couple of bed quilla Mpfog; "As poa hava so toiall a waih to-dap, Ada-Uda 1 think yon map do tbeu pet,” aad left th* room again. A wail of agni j, wrung fVom th* daapMt fonstahi of her heodt gufeed tu her Upa. r •    ...... again took ud bang I again the started fur bom*-an to«r fee taUi And fee aged Barrator tobhed. "An bunr loo late,” amtuuad shA aftar a long panu. "Uar linaband wu dpfog—pai, almost goat! H* had strvoffth givu him to whisper t few words to tb* balf-frutie wifb— to tau bar bow be had tragad in look spus her hu, tad tiU tb* eloek atrsok iwu, I» totU tae, but not after that, ttoragL k* atninad *v-trp nervA ho lap In Ú» ahaduw of dutti; un* hour th* pillowed his head npoa her aufferlag hanrt aad tbm, to tase si rert.”’ "But fir tba thuughtlau and grudglag u teti<« of her miiUvaAihe bad naer mura tara tb* love-light lush fo bar bnabaad’s usa ud b* have Uraked npus bar who wu *o tmr. "Mary, mp dear,” ud then wu a soul-Umching ampbaaie In tb* egad wamu’a wurdsf "b* kind to you wubarwoiMa; isstasd u Btnving to make bar Uta* wirtilp tang u map bA tburlra^t, b|£Sll~ "Faw woaau will go oat to daily WtMMsfi sntaM bar nssds are ferribta. No wosmn ai bar bridal dry expeew to febar ia that wfeK and btMUA my stasAif wnstestoifi tnfissfe It is th* last raaort. Thai poor wonua Mfeat- bit eoBfemee with the Ooloasi util itwu time to retire to rast. Two hsmble beds werv. spread, aide by aiife, in tb* tent, ud tba idE-cera laid thamaelvta down, whll* Primua taem-td to be busy with duuaa that ruuired hit at-tutioo bafonhe eould alatp. He worked or appeared to work, until the breatbiag of the prostrated gentlemen ntiafied him that they were ilecpine ud then teatmg himself npoa a b-ui    he Iraned hi* head on bia huds fo obtain aueh rcnou u ao ineonyenient a po-■ition would allow. In the middle of tbe night Washington awoke. He looked about, ud deuried the negro u be HL Hegaiedat him awhile, ud then spoke “Primua!” aaid hA calling, "PrimuA” PnmnitUrtad up ud rubbed bitepiA— "What, General?" aaid b*. l^AMLLBgtoo roM Up IN bú bwL *'PrÍBHf, aaid hA “what did you meu to- uyingyon had b^keti ud straw mua¿? Dere pou Lave given up pour blukal nad atn that 1 map tieep oomfortably, whili ubliged to ait throngb tha night.’’ ‘Mt’i Dothiug, Genere^’’ aaid Pri; straw to IDA while puu are Primna, “it'i nothing. I’m" we'l enrágh. ffon’t troubie vonrself about nm, Oesarel, but go to slaap iguiB. No maltar aboat nu, I *f*ep (food,** "But it it Ba*tter-4i i* matter," aaid Wuh-lugtoB, raniestlp. “I euaot do it FrimiA If Mtliar ia to situp, I will. But 1 Ifenk ther* ia no need of «ther liuiag up. Th* bluket is widewaough tor two. Come ud lie down her» with me.” “Ono,0«n*rel,"*Md PrimuA starting ud protesting sgainel the prapraitiOD.    1"» me sit her*. I’U do vwy waU on tb* atooL" “t MV, cum* and He ouwu here'” aaid Wash this while, a brisk fueilade of •kp-rockrts wu kept up, strunglr rtmioding na of the un-kaown wupon abont which onr ucient female friend remarked. After a time, a bevy of gaily dressed people appeared; tome holdisf jutenu, uiLer> supporting the bride, whiJ the baknee amuiod ihemaelvee sendinir np rocketa. A rush wu made to see the new aunerA but for tbe life of UA we could nut detect tbe hap r pair. Thep were all alike in the night, aiii their advsnoe wu in no wiu orderli . hot u thev came un, the muaieiaof pealed a louder key', the rocketa were sent up-futer ud higher, while tbe door ot the cathedral «lowly swung opuD Its hingu before the throng, ud then —we stood withm the auctiiarv. It wu ■ time ud place to inspire revercDce, snd even voice wu huabed. The father soon came out in hia robes of office and advucing into the crowd, wu oonfronted with the parties. The bnde was thcTA suppirted hr her mother on Ih- left, and the ctoou aad Ba brother on tiie right. Tbe mother of the bnde and brother of tha groom were there u wirneuee. She wu pretlT, juat turned of ughteen, plump u a partridgA with large oriental eyes, over which drooped a soft and di eemp eipreaaiOA Her hair wu dark ud glotip u printeFs ink, her monfe uf juat proputtou, to all (d wbmh wu added a form toch u nature loves to model. Ut the groom, we cunot aav muc^ except that we should dislike to swap horaet with, or bat againm him in a joekr race or ooek fight. After a short eeremunp, the question wu uked if up penuD preaent objected to the maTiagA ■ peraon seemed disposed to siviil the lua, ud the prooeediugi went on. he mother of the bride manifeatcd considerable emotiuD u abe wu uked to give her daughter swap, and :bo groom wnre u aniioua look tiirnugfaout the oeiemonv. The poung bnde kept her epu taxed on the ground, while her bosum heaved a response toeverv sentence l*ut fell from thejjo-d man’s lips, fthe gave her hand to ber fnlnre lord, ud tha mairiage rinn were eicbanged. Then oame a aalver fiUsd with gold coin, which wu the dowry. This wu bleiaed, ud riven to ita proper owner. This portion of me oeremuoy wu performed in the vesObule of the church, af ter which the psrtp aJjuorn-ed to the altar, where the lecture wu to be given, the ooncludinr eeremony performed, and the banedietioD prouonnoed. Id front of toe altar, tb« parties all knelt dowm and the padr-- repeated a peatage from tbe Bible. He next lectnred them on their duty u hnibsnd and wife, ud instructed them Id the cfannties that ahould adorn, ud make happy their future livu. Pom' wu oandUc went bghiad, asd me jgaeed In th-handi of each of the particA and uothcr paauge of the ritual npeatad. A ailk vast-Mtnt wu next laid uroec the abouldara of the tWA and tbu a eliau knit together is Ihe eentre wu puaed around tbeir ueekA Thn* bound together, the fotfarr sprinkled them I with holy water, ud whit* inlema umaio filled '^H‘Í£'reiS?rbl¿!k.t« h.^ke,ud moved in one aide of Ih* atraw. Frirnupro- feuad to haca nun txcaedÍDglp atmekad at tha idu of lying under the mum eovaring with th* Commuder in Chief, but hi* toeu wear so resolute ud drtarmlned tbu be erald sot ^ ítalo. He prepared..... bimnelf down V ^ btankst th* Ganan stagt until Skorniag. He prepared himaatl, thenfoiA ud laid ______ ,    hmgton, btankst th* Oúirel ud Ih* nngro aervut , udonthaaam* fe    •    •    fe    ' "Teqjlr* iBlfesd ti t**«p fetas^f Mia Hartan, m Ü sHMAt^CWaUafeakatal feN _ fee ataaawt fetakar IS afe hfessfe "faAta’ata, feat I hssn, fig mn'MA It ralievad ef * hwra IfeT■ *u afraid t aheoM he kepi IB Afei Hlost.—Six or leven hour* of avert day' mu an braathinl corpau; th* fee* diaehu*^' every enrautM: the brsis givM np th¡g^ ing; lit* bu giMA ootp thu uinni bu *em pultsung, brvslbing, saonng-k* ptau u nful—uanotioed u a etatue; all gu„,^ vaout, empty, aufeaa. L-<ked at without adma'tod aaaoeialioDA tbero la no diggreocc b«tw»«n a man in bad, sed a mu la t niBln. Asd pat Bocfa is th* pimer of the heart to nfewm Miraal Ufe, and eloth* all rude ud on-snmnaon thing* with H* own leaf-buriag brnoeheA that there is Dethiog more exquT Bite, rvflned, tad pure, ud beutiful fo— the ofaa«b«r of the hoau. Hlaap—It hu amontad np wBh all the Iowan of tb* poet*. The unfe - from the dap that tb* bride tans-tt«M It »U the d.y Ihet the aged m^h-r >e born* ffom it--atanda rlithed with dignity and buuty! Cursed be the tongue lhat dare tpsak «vtlnr tha huuaehoH-bed. Up ita aid* ntaillatas tha aradle -not for from it it tba «rib. Is Miia aaerad prrainet, the mother’* ahambar, lua lb* heart ef the fkmilp. Hire fenahtad tanras its pnptrA HHber, night bp _ sotdAl *0 murh at heme "1, !'wt* II I- raa t ,rief” affd kiiKiiv. Tetra guahtd In the wnwan’i aHA Igfel aaae.vvu, Ak, waVm I tafr m JffeMMfft danil ihlt sravusg; be mil be n-n; I ksuw il, I uva ates It fen fe and SOM bst a rtiilJ "I aiMinanb Ihtir tonguM tin- conaemted wafer ___^ ware ag«u spnnLled with holy water, th* chain ud ulku vestinrat restoved, ud th* aoneluding excrciau fimahed In the interval of thaer oeremonieA and while they wan prooeeding, parts of the ritual ware rud, and muwe filled Ih* choreb. As the gray dswu fell upon the city, the bencdiettoii wu pronoucoed, aad tha party laft the church. Men with nieketa want Unit, oext earn* the happy eoupfo, frillowad bp tbe muieiua. Up atreet wt marehad to the hospital. and doaru to th* eoevut of Ku Fren-cuou, pauing on th* right, we aanw to th* buuH ot the Mde. TherA wine wu sasud, and all hands uga^ In a Jullv good lima. It WM rtooday, but the pm'pfo went on tb* rale “th* belMr th* fiav, toe better the deed." Cumiianp B, Firat Ltght lufulry aUtiuued in the cunvut, tiinud uut apootu touslp, and gav# the wedding party tbrai abssra, ud muy of ifo inemben wen aflar-wuds invitei to jeto la Ih* hstiviUu, wbufa they did. The unouoeement rtad* that on BnmUp morniug, Fnbrcnry ITth, He i w Asdnw Mans wu sfeistad to Haoorila MuralsA in the para ohtai eherah, bp Fadw Uerast» Mounal laaa A I'aru roa rora foira -A meDd, up* uaxchugA told u a tiury in ralaUra to OM of our subaorihen whfoh eoafoiu a g<»d morel frir Lushuds, and also fornlihe* a" ei ample ta wivu whfoh fo sot nwortor of inx taura ssder «sailer rarnssuuniu - Tha subaenlMr ratarrwl t<> aM-l it bod ban hi* intonlum to anil alto* sfeoA par »!’ b'sar reara, sad dtsaonUnu* lb* paper. Bfo wife vsrpprupmlp ukel. "Why do PM tatsnd fo dfoeneunn* the **^Miisi,” anid to* bubasd. "I sm *• aneh strap frsaa heau ra baaittM, ud bar* M Htai* fen* to rsst, «MreatMMta b* UMt* to roe, W it fo grtsl as* to as. I rcMu at bom* while von are g'tas If pen Sii-iral' to* pApev, I wii; goitraiglu to town ud Sttb»-rlb* Bit**!. A Hr an rail I. n Hnghfe («per' " TwaetyH oig jiaragraj-h le To:®  _bntbaoda hate tb**<H<d#d m m wbtc It ms    ip. IfeK from fendsruml, and toe iwt e'i.ia. eotimn Is ow dap, m bsaTSn Jmtmfe tts* have efbcsl a rawar-i . i ' i • Urn stall fet, *ff « F« "Oelp a few dapa have past wrote to pon, ud now I eonld again fill pagu with toe avenía of the ona aingfo sight between Tuasdu and Wedsasdap. Oh, ! much sfaosld I hare to tall puA bat bow or with what 'wofdf I Mp Ood, wfoit a horror is war! What unMtnral cruelty it for In the night, between Monday and Tueadap, our men were ordered to dig freah trenebu ud throw np baltaneA with* strong furee to protset th* wurkmen. We were all night prepared for u attack, but it paaaed off quietly, ud the whole of Toeiadap wu cairn and Mill In tbe evening all wa* again expeetatiuo; evwy preparation wu made. Several row* of mauruau Avere laid un tbe groond, small tables were arrugad, with iigbu ud writing material* npoa them. Tbe attendutii were placing heaps of lint, bsadagcA draatangi, short stenie cudies ud medidne apon a table. In one ootuer ttoed a large tamoar (a camp kettle,) ud near it wu small table*, with small teapoU ud enpA Go tbe other ti^ wu a talrlA covered with bran-ifo, WÍDA lemuaadA tumbfon ud wiue-gfoates. The room is nearir dark, ud a peculiar tUU-reignt around, u in tbe air beloR a timn-der storm. Fifteen aurgeons, er oota are seated around Firogoff in the room ta opriw-tioDA or are walking up and itawu in Tbe officer and the tmuntel, (snperinte who have to aee everpthing in readinaiA aré bnaip numag about or are fatohiig in mu*A medieal help and atiéndanos. Aa pou atud at the door, or look out throogh the lofty windows at both tides of the room, pou aee a bright, quiet night, ta the moon ia thinmg and the «era are twinkling without a cloud. Between nine ud ten o’drak there is a flub like th« of lightning « the windowa, ud Buddenlp it roan till every pue of glau reulcA Bp degrecA flash faUoari fiaah more frequent ud rapidly; pea Mn no longer dia-the show from euh other. 'Tbe fifth sixth bastioni are lit up with fire; but toe enemv ■ bombs do not rauh the dtp. We nt ud Latea ever in the aame aort of twilight, ud about u hour paaau over. Then eomu a litter, another and uother—it hu begun, cudfoc are lit, folks run hurriedly ud fonrard, and the fo^ room u anon filled with men. The ttoor ia eovered with the wounded, evervwbere when thep cu ait, they who have crawled in do tit. How thev ahriek'l Wh« a din! Hall ia fot ioou around na. You cannot bear tbs thuadar of the gnns for one owe crieA "Save cu, bretUfen. mv* bm !” Another seu tbe brandy on the tsbfo, and eptruta mA "Be ■ motherto me and |rre me a dtua.” In _ the nrgKMA who vrerepmbmthe wounds, "Good, mp lord, do not nek me.” 1 iptelf walk with great difficulty between tbe rows of atrrtdierA and erp oat, “Come here mp men, and take him to Gutscaenaki’a hauaA"~ tint is where the hnpeleu wonnded are carried; “take this mu tu Nioolaieff britary; plaoe till' mu upoc this bed.” Now they bring .o officeiA too. The room ia crowded deneelp with toe wounded, but operatinne are not to be thongfat of a! tbia moment. Oud give ua time to bind up toe wonncta 01 ail. We suteri are all bu«ly engaged. "Tbey are bringing in u officer; bii fiaoe u Mrs. Swann don’t Ife* kta she loaked higher.” Lamked highñ’, Eaty it hands* neUsducafod. aceosaplistad, s y«fe pleaSA But prey how " her widowtd motiur look ? Wo he daughter to a seraph? It ssmm Is m* that there were go very nnniiraglng i ejpns I tb* wailing and the groanii^ That o «Teams, but nfe in words, 'fhii < delngeif with bl od, I waafa it off, meuwhile he takes laboriously out of hia raap-puiae tome money for the «ildiera wbu bruugbt him, to drink bia health. I have seen mup do the same thing. I kneel on the floor to light the doctor—the wonnded man bu been shot in tbe breut—kl see if tbe baii bad gone right Uiniugb. I place mp bud under h» back ud feel for tbe wouni Ton may think how h* liu weltering in hia gore; bnt enough. Yoa woald ihudoer if I were to describe to you all toe tortoru ud agoniu I witnessed that night. Dawn comet at lut ud the firing ceaaeA We have a little garden—picture it to pour mini well, tbere are wounded lying there alto. I took brudp ud ran down to it, while the *ua wbs nting moet glonottilp over tbe bay, am'd the twittering of binU in the shade of iccactu fall of while hloasomi. “1 found thirty or ther«ti>antA ali grievon^v wounded, must of them already at tbe pomt of death. Mv Maker ud mp Lord! what a eoa-trut to tbit aweet spring morning! I begged two of tbe inbabitanta, who had Wn helping moat diligently all nigbt toearrv the wounded, totaketbam immedutelp into the hosi>ital.— Thuk beaTfu, toe bnnging in of itrctcbera it at u end I The eurgeooa who bad guns home at daybreak to gel iime rut returned when tl oae whose turn it was tu be relierel departed w th the cbiA ol dav. "At eeveo o'clock toe operatinu reeom-mence. Althuugb it wu not my day to be on dntj, I resolved be again in attenduor.-The operatioM lut till two in th* moruint,.— Betwem five and six o'clock Firog.>ir euuiec back, ud tbra operate till eigh'; Jten tbs work u uver, ud at nine I wse-. nooie.'' A RaiLwar Roaavca —A «ngultr affair occurred on the Wear Valley (DurWr) tbe other day. Agentiemu from BirmiDj|htm fonnd himulf seated is a first-cius caniage, bit lú-a-vit, and tbs only other paaacnger in that compartment of the carriage being a blooming lady, aneweriag to the alliteralire descriptiuo of “fat, fiur aud forty.” The tram bad ecircely moved a hundred pania from the ttaiion before the iadr suddenly leaped from her seat ud ex-Haimsd to the o '.jr paaoenger, "How daew. yon, sir? Wh« do von mena? The gmtlc man, utoniahed, repbad that " ba did not un-deritud: be bad done nothing W harm her." Agaia aad agtln afr* aprung from ber emt tn cj'Mrant terrur ud rage, snd dacfored with . eLemtae* that bar neighteir wu a " villain, ud she wunld have him taken intii cutudp at the next etation." The gutlemu protutad his iPBoeenoe, and uked what he Lad done; but tha eeautric fodp itiU knpt foaping from her teat, raving agaiut hit traatmut, till the gentlemu deoided Uiat th* aru aiad, ud resolved, on th* amral of *be train at the next ttatiot, to give bar into en' >dp. Aa her aeontrieity _ "ot abate, nor her rage either, be, on tot amval of tot tram « one of to* itatiooA wu about ki carry his ra-taifotioD iato aetioo, when ah* raddealr aprug to tha dour ud sereamed out "Unardf" at the top of bar vuian ud pruantir aolfoetad aui uuly th* guard, out a crowd of paopfo aroand hw. 8b* torn eommeaoed her aceuution in words bnlh loud ud deep, protaetmg timt the gmtfomu bad imprujiwlr pintM ter fega ud the gulfomu, bumiied at to* obaráe. ■ perft:' profoabng, with «jul vebamsnce, hir lonoeenet. AI this Juncture, when ireltert iuoked aennua fw toe gvat'enua, tke guard hsppeaed to r*«>lfoet tost be bad placed e bee-kft under the te« of the carriage containing a live gouer; ud pullmg It out, Ihe mviterr wu uplainad, the bird being the criniinal, and having eauaed toe ladp'e feara uii tbe gratlemu a apprabeneiona. Tbe tiplanaUoQ wu received wilh perfect g<">d humor ud lal-fofkctioD bp ihe partiaa eoneerned, ud the train reatwed lU journey amid to* snavufoive Ueghler ud applaM* of the taumbled multitude. * “Mae Wio u> at a 8okuiti.''-A roaug Kng liali girl, »alv tevrataea peura of aga, taluwd rrrentlval Wiaitoor, le Kegtaad. Althoagb tin tfopi toe dnt aigbl is a rimrn where there were eeveral bade occupied hr A**i, ber MX WM audiicivered, uor wu tbe fousd <>at until ahe WM foeeed to eppuer in preSraee of a tor geua, til aadergn u i iumiutioa, ud wu or-dwedtii ttnp offs Hit of masniliae hebU-nwafo th* had borro wad tut th* oeauiot. Bh* WM then MkiHi brfor* a magialrtl* na a ehtm of rwerfriag lb* gaou't nwwwp cadw tafos Bw eirns* taanltaimt «*• fefe tS* WM uitou la gw Ml and an Imt twasi-iMtrt, wba wu IS fee Ortmst. A aubaertpllaa wu btasg rafosd ta fee pnrpea* *f bupisghw ratafto* l'*»**wr -ThsRev Hr ftaithena, wbn. bv Uie wav,' u a bolr horror of grammw ud or Mi'igTn tty, tou# dui rihe* Ihe d*t>*riure of » "eeiiil " "Wliei 1 I'"— »? tbtt hous* •r»* d liiesd, he wu Maiormg bla fosi. I Hood bv pu hi> bediida, tad eaid, u Be wu tuu iurgsa» to ffr laU. ‘braticr, i< yuw feel bappt now, txilnc •queeae Uud aad be »y*«- it daigfaten of men. Mia Bwaa ihsnU nt»a*d it ber dangfalen find fawnM kaa-budA tfaonld tbe not, aod b* thaakM timt they w* not mhnmu, instaeéef glievisg lhat thsp tn not upwbumu? - But thfo Mr. Wiliitm it esip a and 1 think that tb* widow fena wished Eaty to aeenre a lawywr or a ministw. if not aomcbodp neb enough to mv* them nil from working.” Only a merehut, indeed 1 Mp eonsÍD Sarah, there u a wuru smell of oajnal and Mnbbiak sriatocracp about that flaw of yman, in three wonfo, thu m a whole room full of dnk*A Only a mercbuti Th* quastioa feonid be tebefeer he is a Majf I “ Bnt I don’t meu that exnetip. H* bu no osition. He is not tecura in hia bnsiiMaA e hu only commmeed busineH a year ago.” Ksty il wiaw thu bw mother, eonmn Sarah ! Sh* didnl wish to many a Pdfetiau —people who magry a Potation genetully find it u Impoattion, ud a pretty and onA I happu to know Mr. WtUiamt; ud be ud Eatp ire living a vriae life. Hia anreingt wa frtir, ud not enarmou. He hu eboSM to* happineH of a hoau far his ponto hmible though it bA ratow tbu to wait alona for riche* er.ou^ to buy him a paiaot ud a fub-lonabfo wile when he thall be too old to e^p toe one or to love the oltar—if than ware to be either enjopmut w love in two aneh M. Yontotnl homel who «anta to Uv* in a little bit of a honae ud do on*’* own work ?” Ah, cousin Sarah! you bukw aftw a wit* of rooB» at the CUiÁndoa, parhapa, or th* Metroaolitu ; acoordmg to tba wiae disliao-tion oí toe littla giri, yon wonldn*t lint; you would ioard. A baadred dolían n weak would b* nothing, would it? Tbers are too mupefaABoeA coosíb Bnrek, that to* kasbaBd who weald permit anebfenttslHdafafeivaoald ba notbing loo. I tail pan, women oagtg to luarrp M*a not Doifon, nor HouaaA Yon den'team? Ym tfenk Mm Bwnaa wurigkt? Yon totokgM wsnldnH b*hmi doing pour own bouacwark? I tall pou Mia Swnnn » a goone. I dare Mp you doi’t aara. And rU tali eveiT ponng mu I tu that pon don’t aare. Tou "look htgiiw,” too,-1 pra-■nme. Bemembw that toe ftalaw who “loaked higher” thu waa wi*A in hit star-gtsing, tumbled into a ditefa—ud served him right. Go (in the spirit) and tyaod u evening at John WUiiam't bouiA See him oome home, tired; au him forget wanrinaH, vexation, ud Clef rüúog bni iua faappiniM, in to* brigni atnioapbrre of hit little librerv—u atmoipbere bngfatened bp the swut preúnoe of hu K«p more than by the pretty sheded itndp fomp— perfumed more by toe love that liwre there. thu bp toe bouquet of real lire ffiiwers, or the roeea ud gsnniuma in the window. See ' lem sit down togetiwr ud read the book that I hu brought bomA having selected it be-ciuse he thought it would pfoae* hw. Hmr tbe sentible wap in which they disciua it; he dealing with tbalogiA mu-li^ ud tha with the profoúnder remmin* intuitinuA tataag and judging the trnto ud folahood, asd fotttag the logic aluae. Bear .bw linging—aad him singing with her See the oozy aoppertobli. Contidér the delicate pleasnreo of the aodalilp which iMms divinely ordained to be til* ooffl-penution for the cnanueH inherent in the idea of food—tbe pfoanut, chatty talk of the "bome 'ud fomgc’’events of th* dap—tb* quaint cunoeita which Williams lometiaiea utters in tb« drywap of hu-Ihe risging Inngta of iwew voiced Eaty- Cuuun Sarah, huld pour toaguA No| a word. PartieA theater, cuooart, oparA all aav gol Not that they are uttwlp bad, but if) ere a woman, I ahould Mp, Give me a Max for a huaband and a Home to live in, before all the money, ted drcM, "<id big houasA ud butefo, ud llnantb ud flnrnmerp in the whole world. And if Hrv. S^gn inaiita on " lotadng higher " • T l er other ds'ightare, she had bMt begin f jrthwith to ae trepa to e- ®h ugefo for them, ainoe Men won .utuip bar.-¿ire Mut-traUd. V Tna Ru n Faxat vsar xivi* Roan a Nawi rii'ia —A oorrespcndent of The IndianaRtai* Sentinel traveling in the western part of that buw, rtUtai lb* foUowian ineideut: Tbe aecusd ugbtaAwrfoft poor eitp, Iput np at a large bnok lavare, known u the L- boue. Tbepropiistor, is answw tosomsis-' me that h* owned ovw boue. Tbe propi letor, •errogatuncA inloraMd i 400 acna ol tand. had ra had raiaed th* prMtnt SMson Vt.i' bosbefo of wheat, SBO bnsbcta W oaU, ud expected to barveta l.fiou bushel* of earn; that be owed no mu a dollar; and that he nnvw took a uewinapw tn hu KM I bad th* curio*-itp to learn now a tamily kept am wtft ik* snr-rent newe of We «ay, when deprived of tb* of obtaining it Som after I eatand tbe femiIp circle, which eonatated ofthapw enuand ilx cbildrao, tba eideM a dangbtar on the thadv aide of twesty-fiva—to* sutber eemmuead with: "Ulster do you know whsto-w th* grew Mr. Webstar M hanged y«<?" "Y*a Madam.” "W*a,"MidtbA “I allow hs’U sotmak* mire *f tham aptebag bookA” "I tupuoM sot” “I’vabvidM fosgis the world,” said the motbw, with a deep elgfe, "ud 1 aevw Seed upbodp buged pet] I always ihoaght I'd like til tuoM baued, but it uvw happued ouoM right tad r« getting tu old now I don't epact 1 evw will, i’v* aera the i ud earavta and neh kind of tbowA b«l I'd rutow are oat fellow haaged tou fifty of them thowA” "Strugw," laid the daogbtw, "there fo going 1» be u uimai thow toMorrow dows here abont ■ia>ifot,B»yb*yu’d like to lapsvw ud go down. Brother JasMS Hys they v* got two BDUe* toerA to* •*•* u what au twal-iow u efopbui, ud I don't beitav* there eftv wu uv inefi loakes—do pra.” Na Ml**." Wall, tora, to* jegraphp Ifosjut hfc* oto- er fill*»'" M itoer." a«d JamtA “vM dm’tkaow whni I ra SdkiogtboaL Don't too I'altad Htatat miketoejogrepbiuF Whut toenMpnUlag into 'am? They maka 'nm searp taa pnasA angoiagtumakasBOtoar ins few duA They aud man rat *U over th* eunnlrp to tad out • terpthlng-toat'a wbu that ehapwu hare f'lr tutoer day, ttkiag no nmay tarani anas-tiou about. Htrangsr, pour mpper’t raadp.” Ifowr HiixnesYeraSnMBBoeA—Nodue’i? ii'awitfcad ll*mspb*ianoaMtsrto**ta(f* ilh^ aguata bun; vm map have iwadt *J hua upMi u«.ewaiuUal eieleaoA and u >« aeverMte I* rraiiar a dataaioa npirasMS •vidaw*. H* tara pun are ngbl, badbra paa iindlaki le ft ekeed. Yuar seigltoar mb» b* naar, aad have m friendA if *a b< kind wnsda and ebantahfo datda. mnkspiHr arif kit friend, inataad of, by Wfe wudi and arbtlnip diapfop ef the power wtto whfoh woaito ta<e*te run. rt^'.Sg U alfaadp kna. bfo banri, ud bnuing mfotry npos un* on wkoM it waold have bsu [nsl u mm. aad fer aure astorai to hava ktilswtd safe ri aata hagpisaM. Thsea* om wfeaM van w«dd vafepsra ■aMra tasgrks a mtémí m an im^ 1 *f astannp to total to* fete feusadana»- lag of k ------- erer. how ifonWv hiu tougl h* hto i wh>a to* tMuant nt sniirp he hu« forau itaeif upan Us* Wbrataandi-tou repstiareesfeM, whatl . « Iuue»r Uwai ut BuA doti't five IheMtafe greater |i«b!iciiy. It >a bad «Mfeffh to tUK

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