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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 28, 1856, Cincinnati, Ohio ‘fm \ THE rrc «TP g» Thr M«wy Uw Tb( i>0<^ '<p«M tbiu: 1 tltUDf In tuxoriotu fu«. r>lk of Ui* iluuen of lb* nanny mw: Ai InaSde tnnlcn, with nornntlouo miaii. Tell tal>> of coontrno thoy L*« newr M«; Ai pnnor wudion grttxd with fucy Kan, Buheana tbair hrarory In imacmod wan: A* arraac dunooi hare Man known to lit. In grara diaoourac of wndam and of wit; Ai    gaihertd la conaanial locka BiOhIa of banka. Inturanoaa anditacki. Ai aacb U ofUacit eioannt of what Sit hatat or oowali, bat pottetiM aat; Aioowardi laik of ylack. mutn of waiM. 3ooao4r«li of honor, ooantry downi of taata. Ladiaf of l<«io dCTOtaoa of tin, T.'i>«n of water, temporánea men of (in. 1 turn uw Moitr! or TBI BOJflT kI»G. Hi mioalbt miara f ran tha tyrant Oaar Aiki hit »erin;ii.on era ha toai to war: The Tnrk. lubmlailTC to Ui royal mifht. By hH cooiant haa gradooi MVo to l(ht; Wblla e'ca BrHaaua makoi her homhlaat bow Befoiw bet Alelara, not her Sanmt. now; Or on Oie Kotbicblkl HikpUutly calU Her afflnent “undo" with tha gcMao balBC) drga of the Jew that ba will Un .ly laara ¿nougfa to pot her trideot In repair. And pawni her dtamanda while aha hmnMy crarrg IVraa tha BalUo Daily BepoUk. The Buried Alive. On Wcdnradoy, tbe 22d day of Xorembrr, lS!f7, IS Mrt. Amafia IIopkingOD, widow andf ' aarrlrinf relict of the late Thomu Uc.pkinyon, aea, Banin Ftcuir, and Charaemunger, Xo. 8A7 Ht, Mary La Grand, Pariah of Isaint G lea, ; iTOnduo, waa tiuiag in her back parlor, op j itairi, beiida a chaerfni coal bra, coDreriiDg I wiUi her nater in-law, Miaa flarah Hopkinaon, , ipineter, aba waa suddenly startled by a load kooekiag at tbe sGeet door, aceompanied with a Tiolent ringing of tbe atreet bell. The great clock of 8t. Paul bad chimed a qotrler jaat 10 o'clock, mod tbe ereoiag waa one of those pecaliar to ao Engliah .Vuwember, dark, foggy, j and gloomy, the wind blowing occuionally in I afaarp nata, rattling tbe caaemenla, and tiirn bli» down the chimney. The maid, who waa just retiring to rest, im mediately slipped on her aboea, and hurried down to tha street door to aaewer the anm-moni, and Mrs. Hnpkinton had stepped to the bead of the ataira, when up rushed the isaid, pale as a sheet, faintly articulating, “It'i mas-tcr’i ghost; it s master’s ghoat!” Turning deadly pale, Ure. H ipkinson tottered back into the room, uushed tbe door to, and the key being in tbe lock, she incrhaniuliy tnrned it, and in a second ifterwatds, sank down fainting upon a sofa that shxHl immediately behind tbe door. Miss Hopkinson, who had taken a book down from the maatlepiece, aa her aiater-in-law left the room, and was just cnmpoting herself anietly to resd, immetUately jumped up, thrtw down the book, and hastening to the doer, opened it, andlet In the screaming and terrified maid, who was thumping and -fiounding at the door ai though she wuald have broken it down. “What U the meaning of all this, Miaif” said Mita Uopkinson, “and who is that down below f" “It's maater's ghoat,” said tbe maid, gasping “and it’s oomiog up stain—mercy, mercy.’ “Ghost, you mol, • UU h*mwia* aiv.   ----------    --    aewwewj,    u    aawtswy    ^    awa, Uavo of the Money King, onot mora, to "rule thi: I ..aid Miss Uopkioson, “ I'll soon ghost tbe vil —’’    lain,    who    tbmks, by frizhtenmg us, to rub and nlltftslaili tltik VwiaiM.A •i.vaaa* wkijaU    omaakm-4 r ♦ - wwroa' ilgtiiMs the bouse where Cbristiac people pray. IgM rean a bagnio juit acrow tbe way: IMwtü tbe prieat his itlnteS annual tea; ttesrdi Uw lawyer for his yeoal piea: an apoiUe la tlM baatbaa aid. AHC-ieaia tbe tfboetaw tor the goed of trade. I'-'    ...... rV^I tbe robber plate Ue wily icbeme; I the aterebaat’i end tbe lawyerii theww, -I hope; the poMielaakalai-^ m ti tor gold aepeeuilgblbr tame; Oa“^d. more gold raleraalcbaiigia ling. <WBere a the ‘terdare'Ta diearder mil. TTIbrw a 'cmpto wkote jaiwgraoM frams Ck«tf*dideeb»asd pueiheansl»*awi Vhire*'^ylag'diicardaateBlheyitieBjar; ffj    "<3'*<l‘''an4‘'RoiBan’’aiba«Bln    at    war.    . ^ Maeo(o|<MlseanrolaBttng~(>otk~ J r^»ei down atlaet andorerwbelBe them both' , ''    bovg    IB    a ooTTieg. ^ly* n a collage n>4|y may dwcH prefwototaTeittoniWiedwwlI. in a c'ttaaa linX Inet the eeme fbn wind end water etrlre to «oeacb the flame. aCboky cUmaey may alwe lullca. letdim tbe radiance of the lorelieet eyes. ^rv eooe was drowned, tbo’ reckoned water-proof, yrslio mere drinptnt of a leaky roof. TBg DIXDT. Ten A hh u»- tbat’e not ao rery clear. ^ tfni.-ee to «pend Are thouaaud ponnda a yaar la modleb ytcre, which Ue aonl tduret. Drink, dreea and gw dag. boreee, hotmda and-aoorae Of ether foUlea. whleh I caat rtheaiie. Drar to M«e<dt and dearer to Me poiae' OP eoTBIC CBVBCBIti. Oace OB atlmel beasfl apanon Mtf. CTalkL-g of cburehat la a aprlgbtly wayj Tiat there waa mai* MMdan in the wtla Of lowering Trtally ar Araad 8t. PaalV ** ranooetowMMP’Ohthaahdoeaataaareb. In half tbe aalnte wf jM «bP ObriJtUn Obnrcfc A lawyer, dtileg at 0» panen'e dde. To this new dogma Qh. > at onoa replied: " ff, el TOO lay. religlan hiaVr hoaM In tne nirre walle that form tbe eaeiwd doma. II leemi to xa the eery pla'Met caee. T'l -I‘mb tne iteple We. ' e jrowtli In jrvo TboPreee. Tbs po^ opnas with t deioriptioB of a iider Prraa in opcnttion. f Iraage It the eonad When dret Ihe aotaa bmiin, . Wben bumen yoioee biciid with Tuloaa’s dun The etick, thr da'ig. thedeogur ud the aound Of rattling mllera tat thdr rapid rvond. The wbltilDg belt, iba iharp melabe jar, Uktetaibing ipcan In lleraa nhiralrU; war; The wMspering btrtb of myriad flylag Mgeam flaibered anna la eoluidaei mettey ahearaa. Then acattrred for ea oo the wMgad wbd. Tbe mortal nnrlara of the tmmMlal tataid. AB gPITOBlAb lAKCTVB. .dwao-A iMrd afory IB a dim emut. 'Where wwary printaraiastMMht lawrO Adtngy doerdhat with a raBte Aute. Hrape of eaobaagm maeh adfgd wBh oafa;— plunder tbe botiae,’ saying which she rushed to the front parlor, t^ew np tbe sash, and screamed at the top of her eoloe, “Tbitres, thievei. TaamMata aad tracts sa nary dBj foflfod That oaly thay ^ wrattAam d'er da laad I Nina ktion—taaoMBtamaet of ercry sort. And taa wttk moaag-daal a akdUag MmH Ut aeatlered roaad apoe a camama forel. firapas-the Hditar. Hnter (IreO Tha dawll.” Aa earagcdi Tht pbiaa be namm Twara Impdlta la tafo ■noagb U kapw tbt hrra at the Fraaa. Ortaa. Ti'mwa. Mmbgi the geaiiamaats iddriii.» wen aead *e paBac. If the peat wBI let It. Where eur eubaeitber will he aare te sat It. waiT Twi nam moatm ea Firm In Urn rIBhL the daily praer ebawM bt, Tlia tyiMthfoa. Ike idiemplew ef the floe; FellbAd and aeamUM le M lacred irmd. Calm la Ha aSMroaoe. la Hi Jadgemaat Jwfo Wiae la Ha teaebhig Uteoirmt tad atraag To rpeed the rl#t sad fo daaonooe the wroag. Lcof mag H be era eaader mail (oafbse. ‘ rraadamh Aaea a rea tad eeeal prase Ilf t Smtvd at nooa the idea of an inhabitant frt^ 0 world b^od tha grare. . the snfiq^medMcly beifon^'m<or lay Mrs. Hopkiaaun, as tauugb airotcmd upon á bier. Her fiae had that deadly palor woich 1 knew at one* proceeded firoro extreme Irigbi. She waa a woman about tfauTy-Hre yeare oi age, bad ben rery handsome in youth, and waa still a comely, wall-frattored matron. Tbe long blank trvaaet, onee jet and gioaay sa a raren's wtag, were stlreewd here and therá with gray, and tht daath-lika hue of her foca oon-Irsated itraMHy wMti the black mourning gown in whin aha waa dreiaed A crowd of people had gathered in tbo ball Mow. and lined the stairway as 1 passed up. Tb^ had aooe of them, bowdTer, moatercu auflicidot ouurace to rent’tra ialn the room until 1 arrired, when oaer twocf them timidly followed roe through t’a d<K>r. Cuglishinen hare aa opeeial dread of gboets and spirita of •wary kind. Lika Kiehard the Thud, a shadow fag mgbt ttrikw mure terror into tbo'r w«ls than a thouiaod wamura nnned in proof. Hy flnt attewtioa erne to Mn. Hopkiaann. I alwara carry a small riaegarette in my pocket, whMa I It oace applied. Aa ita puweriul laha nwratsd, she opened bar nea, and iuokcd wiklly arotiad. “Whera am I,” said sba, “aad who .s that tbe ire.” “Hotbiag, Madam," [From foe Flala Daalar. Auld Scotk'i Barley Broe. iemdreWly Sedleamf la foe maay patríale and lebM haarta Poatamae ahewM td eaamameraU eOd flcoHah weal, ea the gtorioM Aanlrenary ef flL Aadrewa. as *e baafcs af Uhe Ine Tsireh arlstealng aeaC i As’meat mart trow t DM letadrlake' flirafotlp’imaa DnUl wgri hitramla foe T we-'i rteay amala aad meay maa. Int tow eae Mgtki Mwa, Ihm tout a«U ipatUh prtfle agala-darUM flailay flraa. TbeeWi amal mhoaVd tad mir gbwped HrdMafolhakMtawkaa T* mk’ a draai aa' la raflMel Tbalra''rra«w leirepao •at ale Hka me« wa dtaaa drme. BereleHHimaBanwe. Thmgb eearaeaaee kaae hew la wiak. indflaatia-a laifoy flea aHtadfoakiage'grak., flat whfle we Ime a drap I' Owrjoye rawhaiwh Ihe drug ass ehearfopeaaL Aa bid ditNdtr Ita, Whneal hai'de ariOia'hewl VflwMiAhflarimana. Thaa hail par rama' paUregrwatk Wia ragtara aad apptmai; did mag H tt w e4>aa Me drpafo Whe mea* m Fraademh leam, d|d msWh pail foifoag tea wia« Wham Mb awhr wBOi w Mas spiidamwgaiHBl hadnaiiHhi ’Mawg daPHa'i Parlgp Bmp ^ ■'    mm    wr    mmmmm.    ^wmmv¡ . — .mmJgLa-’V ' :    ._ •-*<w»ma.aHMapaiiawbdr." Bailmtp ¿rCMm^xrjaz BssumsSSx-sfxs. ^ )fodÍ^kiFÍwikd«B«i. Those guardians of the night ware, as ninaJ, not on hand for immediate serrice, but snne of the near neighbors being awake, hastened at onoe to the boms. Indeed, I hare obaerTod an a peculiar charaeteriatic of oir coautrymca, that al37 of “stop thiefi” or "tbieTaa, thiirop,” is the moct potent of any to sronae them to action, parbonlarly in London, wben tkterint U redaced tu a aeieni*, aad cr<wT peraoa sT >n l>e wateh to Arrest M diaoislen. ■ddiM Ibiiii >1 Hill a haiaasa Utgta ho bare ysansHné tmxm Wüo')iarw aoL 1 bras kt Omt Ttmi- waikiag ifon hdkpfiais. at it id termed, which simply metas, that beside tttending the eliaical lectures at dt. Oar't in tbe firenooB, I wan l eraiitlad to risR Ihb, wards 'ef the patieott in tha afieraoun W wab'b the pmgreat sad treitment of Ihe mes'l iBter eaung eaeet. J aleu had a tiekat of ad-miaaion to tbe wtrds of St. Barthnlmaew g Hotpilal, besides an inTitatioaffam Dr. Hluom-ington. who kept a prirate insane Hyliim in PioadiUy, hi riptt bii establiahmeol at any time when he had n caee ofictereat. I hoardeil daring the time with my uncle, l>r. C , No. , Subnfiquare, aad during his abieuve frequeqlly risited and pnacnbed for ins patten ta. It was about half nut 10 o'clock wben I ar-rired. 1 bad partially gathered fiom the stupid sad fnghtened thop-boy who tummoaed me, tbe nature of my risit—“Meutera’s ghost," be said,' “had come out of the grave yard md frightened Miases clean to dead, and Miss .Sally had gone into hyslii*», uia.” I now la-membered that Mr. Uopkion,a wu one of my 'incla’s patieota, that he bad ttddeoly expired of apoplexy tbe Saturday prerioai, and had been murreJ on Mundáy, beyond whict, 1 knew an further. Tbe scene that mei my gue u I nnlered tht room, would bare been, as norelisU My, in tha bighett degree exciting and appalmg to a per pun of a morbid, itwroaa teiuperement. Witi a haggard 'utd cadavermt oooatenance, hit CM hhwdtha, aad ehawU eanUebed. lat Mr Tbomaa Hopkinson in a ehtir by the fir*. Ua wes drecsed is a shroud streaked in many places with ’Ji.'d. Over his soonldert sn ulu wstcbcuat wss thrown, and the ruddy glow oi the chaorfnl aoal fire playing orer hu wna. mráifmjm" r ' ‘ i~ mi i in iPimi. wna mowad wttt dana Vafntky fee her rsia-liale Ut» tha thocghiesi boy is particular, whose 1 heari CINCDÍNATI, TfflCnKf RFD; foolish prank had beeo thus pmauttiye of such fisarful cnoaequenoas. Newer shall I forget the cry of anñisb which boret fr-rjr bis lips when be fully resliied her danger. “0, doctor, bill me, kill me, bat Mwe mr aislcr Anna, Anna, dearest Anna, I didn’t mean hi frighten you," and in tleextremity of bis ctn triuon, 1 firmly beliewe he would hswe given up his life St onoe, hid I declsred such a aacri fice nrreerary in order to sare her. I MW at onoe that all ordinira remediet woold be ntelcM, and hawing obtained the consent of her folher and mother, I detrrmin-ed to try one of those bold experimenls which a umid practitioner would hewe termed rash-DSM. rihe had been frightened by a spiritual terror, and as a oouBtet^iie, I determined to put her in mortal jeopardy 1 found from her rebtireaAbat one of W fayorite authors wu Du Lae’s Uishiry of tfa^Tinman Inqniaition. At I turned orer its well-thumbed pages my eye fell upon bismmuts dearrptiou of what it termed tbe pendulum hirture. The misereWe wretch is stripped naked and chnined down npoD s table; ever him it suspended a long beam < r pendulum armed at tbe lower extrein-ity with a ahiurp lanee. Tbe pendulum it then put in muUon by the machinery aboye, and gradnally lowern itaelf by unpeicepiAble je-ipeee nntil the point eomet in contact with the fietb of the quiyering wretch beneath. At it cuts him in long deep gashea, tne table beneath tsoonelructedsou torewoire inacjntre-ry direction; and so slow sod protracted is the luruue, that mauy of the sofTerers surrire a week under Its inmction before death releaua them. To make tbe descnption more impres-siye, there wan in the Ttlume before me, a well drawn illustration of a wretch salTcring lie in fliction, and from the morki on it, I wu eon Tinced h bad been frcineatly examined. My coarse wu iBimediately taken. IVocur-ing s broken piere of loekmg-gtaes. I fastened it to the lower end oi the broom-handle, and swung tbe harm less wMpon before the eyea of my patiaat I had prerioosfy mored the bed nearer the window, so m to bring the rays of tbe setting snn to bear upon it, ud it flubed like a nsrord-biade u it swung orer her, reflecting bin dying beams. It wu tome time before 1 could |>eros;Te her to notice it, but at Usi IMW ber cyeameefauically follow it oacil-laUona—eoon 1 perociyed a iligfat ooawaltiye twitching round the oorDsrt of her mouth, which wu followed immediately by a spasmodic ahuwder and n tbrinking ot hauelf u it ware together. Lnwenng the broom-handiu gndoally 1 coBtrired it so that it struck bsr a tuiarl blow upon the breast Tlie efl'ecl was el ctric. With a pisreing shriek of mortal terror, the ipran* Irom the bed and rusbed iBio her mutbrr s arms, crying, “SJaye mt, Mye me.” I baye no donbt but at that moment she felt all the naortal Momes of a vieffm chaiBed down upoa tbe tabfi of the Inquisi-Ucn, where she nadou*>tedlv fancied tha was. XtuLgCict, ^WpTSr. TO Mtatarj. The i tha    kadA*>^e<tsed eecu end the ark of resBOB' toppliag orer and i,____ ally sinking intn tbe grave utd been u end deirty righted from a push ia the contrery di rwiioB. I hare been than minute in detailing the per tiralera ortbin, to . me, intereetisg ease, b«-eaoae mAiAV of my prefiuioBal brethran may pr.dit fntm my experitneet and also bevanse it was thtniase upon which 1 acted on the preecnt ooaasiiH. .Siepping np to Mim Uopkinios, I laid my band fiercely ujion her arm, and tpasking in i stern yotoe, said, "Uadam, i am a police of Bear sent to arrest you for the murder of your brother, we have tiisouyerrd that you poisow d him. Tou will be pleated to put an yiwr bonnet, and attend me to the alalion immediately.” For a moment the looked at me with n wild uumeaung iiare of incredulity as tbongh scanning my yary nouL But 1 wu an-mnyed. With my finger pointed, like n dag point, direc^ into her very laoe. I ahouted Murdereu;” 8be iniuntly tnrned pala, and gcr „u, ilowly repeated the wo: d afiér me, “Murdereu, I a muTflereM—you are a W-s-r.” The current of her tboughu were erideutly airealed, aad 1 saw tbe tide begionuig hi ebb. “Why,’ laid she a moment aftsf wards, “Thomss is DOW in the other room, or else it is his gliost, ” “If thtt is the oust. Madam, I will re- leaoeyou fur a few moments til! I nsccrtnin tbe trnlh,” said 1, cntung her abort; “sit But BO, she inwilM on following me at cast iato the other roao to prove by actual denaasowhsH thtt she wmi ant the giiiltr I aaiwerad, its only year iatagination; yon hart hato ill, rieae year eye* at once; and tuiliag the action to the word, I drew my band doWB orer her eyetida, and bade her torn over to the wall. 8be instantly obeyed Bie. I heek lined to soma o( tbs by-«tanAnu to lake my placa, whispering them not to allow ber to look np or see anythiM in the niiin riiepfiiug up to Mr. Hepkinsoa, I dtmanded Ihe canse of hii.appearaaoe there in that ttoU. *Wir," said he, ‘T bsTS been buried lilve, I hare jost got out of tbe eufBa, and come home, they thungfat I was dead, but 1 to not Oh I I am H cold,” aad stretehtag his hands out, he rubbed them »«ur the glowing onals. At that moment my ear oaugbt the sound of laughter in the frost parlor. 0, iyUrim weU do I fcaew thr tytDptoaw, thy suns, asd tbowera, thy laoghinf gniiM. aad weeptag tpnira I TO by the Mde ef Iht aallkrar in a luoBieal.-Miu Harab UopklBsna, whoM fright bad dnras htr into a rnient lit of . hystenna. And hera Irt nut my pr ifofainasl brethrea •umtt ms of raoily or egotum when I derlsra lhal 1 oooslder myulf uanralled Is tbe truat-Bimt of this faibiunable disaau, sapcciallythaae syMptomabrougbtoa by fright petolsaot, aad Mger. Iistaad^ of dreschlng the SatlMt with deaicltona uf opium tad aMafu-flda, 1 ea dMTiw to cart it by ixcilmg the reaetiaa ewetMB, makiBg the aatnraJ and s| uiWal, sbsck asd leatralise aaoh other. I rememher oaee cunng a gwl about flflevn I bera SI eanof age, who had n eiecasirety Irigbteoed that (rum alMmalc flia of humhiug and crr’ng abe bad |>AMcd into anatatou etair A brotirr nf hot’a had dooe the Mlm iiief. T'lr luaag eetBip had rnUed out a thin sbeti of kBMMd dough, aad a.wwn It likr a bladder I Iraviuf ei eriiirri far his eyMi wbuli to bad drewu black rnr.uTur: dough orer Hw head, i laa laeutb, ai‘ und Wm..„ .. ctrclst Till', with a itowl wrajipad around bll togy, ma I ‘'oiu a frigbifiil i>b|vri It la bat jasfora, toiwerer, to tha my lhal thia dugusw wuiiut ■isler, bal tlia rarrani girl, M a pro oi'. for a serlN of gboot auiriea with which ibe sad tigaiedhMk Hit awier daoiag Btcipeetedly upoa btm, waa tha rietioi to suAr. Wbaa I WM called lbs aes lyuig a|we e bed raeliiii g Is ell tbau- amlbfiilaMe thoo* i .imitabW IIsm IS lyroa’a IVi n Juaa iliiilnff VI uou l-ni sliliv eai •Mes'A' not uiflaeiAk ;euHlfoiweedeatrkftei I larv SivaMi cVaertaB ñXfoíirt% **** Tbs Miamvni I iaw her I made op my utiai iur I htoliag fit cama orer me, and I taek lot rcfi A prarioi I srDMUon Mkmed to Snh acruH my spine. upon Ihe floor. 1 bad nut fell well fur r three auks prarious; at limM a burs- I gnlltr peraoa 1 supposed, aad it wu with tbe ntmnei dJfiealty that 1 snoceeded ia reatrainiag ber. It WM put midnight wben I returned to ray nncle’t boufc that night Things had been tx( laiard, ao that I could safcir imre tfacm.— Mr. HopkipioD bid bua pvemiturely interrrd, ^kM been rrscned b-rom the tomb. liis V%ud iiaier uon got ursr their fright and huB^ ith teuderneu orer him. Tbe neigb bun .W been diimiued, and with a oompoa-ing draught to cub of my |>atienU, I left inem to the pieuurraof a happy reunion and tbe siotbing arms uf Morpbeos. Next m'lrmng at 10 o’clcck I called at Mr. llupi iss >n’s bouse. My paiienU liad all passed a oumf irtable night, and werecoiTaleeceiit Ue yru relating to bin wife the minutiai of his ura{>e M 1 rntcrrd. At my reouetl the half-told tale wu recommenced, and the fiUowing IS the aubatance of tbs stoir u related by my patitat "Tbe last thing I distinctly ramum'Mr,” said Mr L pkuuon, “wu tilting in tbe front parlor, loakiog out upon tbe street, and noticing n dray, with six gray korsea, gatag pest the window, loadsd with ale from Heun Bardar JL Go ’s large brewing cftabliabmaat Mne nf tha barreta rocked eouiderably, and 1 wu sx pecting erwy momaat to nu U fail, whta tad danly a htoliog fit catu orer n down upon ibe fioor. 1 had aot two or ins sr and 1 had a risging aomt ia my earn, liul á gUaa of goed bnLdy always uemed to art u a aiHeitlc in rtlieriDC me. Lut FniUy morntog u 1 wu tharing, I felt a deadly faintnru coming over m* but n gUn of the infar.ibl* brandy iiumediatrly reoorend me, and I nersr felt be'.ler in mr life (ban I did brfore 1 fell. lul apriog you know I had a UI of api^ lrxy, and droppwl, like dead, in the sirreL But oa tbe preeent ooeuinn mr neoti-tioei were entirely didrrenL Tbrn I wu u onr artanlly dead The world and all it eo;: tained were to meu thoagh it bad nerer rx-iawd dark, aiJmt, oblirioua; and I wu only awakeaed to auntcioaeaen to find mr arm stit' ud boadoged, Biy haad ahavtd ud'blittorvd, ud mj whole system weak ud btlplnHuu intsnl t But oa tbe prraeai oeeuiou I bml a clear ud diafioet euueiouancH nf arenrtblng pauing araund. i beard aiy wifo sail Herai ap ataira, ud tell the awid to nu fur thedoo tor. It wu ball fowmisalMbMoreyimr nocla, LW. t.., tmrtdi but ia Ihe raeuiioie my wife end Pieter bad not baan Idle. They bad takw «I! my Derk cloth, pnlled vfl my coat ai:d b Kils, ud ful a aiailrtu down from llie upper story, on wnieh Ihei laM *n« I MDot till you wliai my iMliagn were, fiir ete,/ faculty of my body wu iwpended mve one, U at of hearing, ud that faculty uemrd Intonailed at tbe espenec of all tbs rut. Mwl diitinclly do I muiinbrr beanng tbe wa^h drk in n nr enrle’i pockcl, and a hoy uk fir thnN' balf'iM-iir-i worlji olcbeeuin theshoplo-“í^re llofikineim, I uu sorry Oi uy it isMMi late, your huibaiid is goiio,’ muI Dr. I'., larMg bit ttngrr uu my puWlvM wiiel. In an Inatonl my wifi- sad eieier wore sobbiag r. ‘ mr, aud I could boar tbo luiackiiig <Tuiy ifr I lins u tkr beat urrr aad kiasad mr f<* ' ead. Mr rhea ac'e o|,«n but I uw not, t-t I diatiiK'lly baard the moló.n of my gbdr' a hard H ■brilrrw It over my lace torkiae tlin.i Uf Ihe iiBUi>-uirg. waafaiug, ud tbri uilo.g my toll), ud plaeing it la ifld siilli, 1 have a told retueaibáuiiw. I Wia without firallBa if uy filed eirrpt tMiiiig, yet all tbs flMoluiA ef MB aouJ ni'ie In lull actirity I renirmtow deboi ng Is my owa mind wtirther I wu rnHlly dead or not. At brat 1 wmrliided that I wit, that I had teiullr |«a.ted the harrier that ih ndee thi Brntarial fniM the entrlttial world, ud Uial my aoul wie oaly waiting fbr lls eat k' tfl ha dspiaitrd in tha grate, wsea Ifrmiid an • bid it adita forarer. iut rrason a«-a daatoutreSed Uw folia-y uf V Hret a-aalnsi-m. Il I wu dud to a r luM I b ar rvarrihiaf thii eru puoit g w>oS<' me X.I, I wu o-H dud. I aru m a 'feMB. eiiuc|. 1 a, aad merel »• Or-I ihar ware g,-)iig a- bury >m aiire. I irlsd (-Spaah, 1 hod a H-agoa. * fiaod had ukoii foiaaaui-n nf as, aad bail wu leaBBed aMBMiaa II ««a bare twm saAsed from Ifea < ppsieeiis of a bembla rlght maea, ;> e bembla right barn a fotai idu of Hy mitlau Ib Uwmau UmsggBporauoM wen aalMa, IflfiBtTM» IfcaadtbulwMtobadspoMtr raaHefm.MarrleBaM. Bowphisly I heard the wheeit af the bearae rnaüile alou, ud the glow, stoootoBoaa tooe m which the ciergymu rcdicd tbe borial semce. In the wbub- eumpau ef laaguagc, there is nothing linur, ud when at the cbuiig chapter be pro-ocedrd to earn up the rirtnre of the dear de-oeaoed; the kind muter, Ihe aiTeetioDate boa-bud. thj brnernlent and p'.iblic spirited cili-xen, the true CbriatiaD, with other qualifica-tiuu l<« numereuto mentiou. tbe whole onn clodtng with a auiemn exhortation to folios in my lootstejie, bmuet cooteu mr ruity wu m tilled, and I felt that the world wu at lasi doing me iuntioe, ud had finally disourered the true yiJue of tbe mu they were entombing. Then came the cloaing scene. The headpiece of the coffin wu opuod that all rar rrl-ativM ud frimds might take a frtrewell 'look. My wits and liator, aobbing u if their heoru would break, pressed kisau npon my ooU hi». Tbe monrnera mored round the r^iffin with shuffling feet The organ pealed forth, ud the choir ehuted that snbl ime hymn “H it body is boned in Peace,” Ifler which the lid was ■hut down ud the screws driren home, ar.d the coffin lowered in the vult, ud there 1 wrt left to nwait the tolnmn pul of mighty trumpet wboee thunder tones shall awakes the uairerse. By degreei the st-unds died away, ud ail became still. 0. Death, bow unntterably awful thou art The pieces on earth that bed known me no lung, were henceforth to know me nu more forerer. Tbe world wonid pnu on the eame u if I had never existed, ud in a few years my rery name would be furgottoa. I hare read Uarvey’t Meditabou amongat the Tombs, ud admirid their solemn beauty; bat if he could bare been in m/ place for a moment, metbinks he would hare inrned another langnage, ud bruthad a deeper tone over hto solemn and sublune rereries. “But nature wu unktng at lut; oottiosed images begu to s'M orer my brain; the awful reality of my poaitien seemed to fade graduUy away. I fueled at length that I wu one of tboM genii we read of in.the Arabian Nights, impriKiaed by the order of Kmc SoluBon, us doomed to ramsin Inmnved for a thoBSaod years. “As this pss^ sway, other imagu piMtd in rapid succession over my mind, like a aeries of dissolring news, er the fitful changM of the phuusmtgora, growing ever fainter ud fainter m tbe distuca, until s'last they were too oon-fused to be dencribed. The Uni one I can possibly define, wu a fiamt image of my deetased mother strrtcbiag out ber thadeery arms to embrace me. "Uow long I remainad in this atato I know not Tbe grsre, like eternity, hu nu measar--of time. To the sieepere there repoatng, a day ia the uBte si a ibougaod yean, ud a tbon-uad yearn the same u a (Uy. The light of toe MiB u bidden, the pUoéu to them no rerolre, tbe chugefaLseaauu no more cycle, nwrking the pua- lyiMvwBsd, aaojos: tween slrugulatiaa and nnconnrioiisneat, my wb< U life came on in rerirw before me. In that brief monent I lired all my prerfovs lUe over    fomery    action ef inypast rtii*.- rn w wu prsuntedWore me, area toaos that had bren IqM forgutton ones mors swept ever zy-bra'n. Yrd tons the biftuia mind look« baetir-irdi and forwvds, ud grupa both t me ar'. stiroit-At once. For the ages we mar slrY I- tbj t<i^b will nose away unknown end trcnarl'-f' anS from the time we ckise them in de: to, till *We opes ’them at toa resorrea-tio-rTrc-.r, will isem only a tuosunt. 'Tpien I returned to couaciouaneu, I found ^y It» s crossed upon my breui, bi; body crasfie'’ and confined, sod errrything d.iA sroniid me. The lethargy or eaulepsr u i oii doctora call it, dku> pasaing away, tod I wu grsduaily reonrering toe foil um of all mr .....y foil and iegn felt deadly ccld. tdeaariba. 0, bow HmmÍMiIí ■SMifi.ud HM7,    Mnriens Twomid be wiUiag to dw the ioslaas filar. DU,didI uy. BBT, I wonId kill myistr t snoe, ud sod m^hfleriMe ignay. fW I gnmed my throat with boto ba^ aadlMtolrai«UMyteir np not nil im dehgbtosl light, if I eonld    - iBBoe, ui Bnt tbe King of Tenun «af-/ not; gBiptse, I strugBled back to iifc -to rumiouBiM. In my msdneu 1 piongod Miy aatl IbIo my tkigbs and bit my arms, tniu to hw « rsu opts, ud so bUed to destb. 1 fe<^tt wsrm bM trickU dnwB, sad rejotetd I'tbink Ihnt soon my trnabU. wonid bs oreW; *dd I iadined to think I sbonld hsTs dtod Bsmer if I bad not thu coniontly bisd mynel£-« tha fiUetiarge seemed to raltovc my bnsaai asd Brnddeard brain. At the blood flowid My, mTiho.gbu grew calm, ud I addreaufi ’lytelf to the tub m propitUtiDg that Snpraaai Being in nVae helypmenee 1 mnst aoaa Sfpenr. “I never wu a deront uuXn the tree tc c«{>ution of the term—that h,* a mu who hml uperienoed a grut cfaaaffe of hurt—ret I pasted for a very good Chi M^n amoogit my neighbors, wu prompt at toy ing np sil the cbnreh utestments, ud wa^ moreorer, reck ooed veiT benerolent in dedus of charity—in short, I ám reckoned rather a model non ef a mu—yet tharr, Dootor, aluM with Duifa in that o'-fba, I mw my rdigi-m <a its tiwe a bundle of filthy rags—aefo as for nl my earth-born prayers, tosyrilBMRMnisnBiptr night blut to toe deep udfoiTMt tamibci-uonn I toere poured forth tx toe ear cdS^y. I most hare remainad ia the ocffin fiboñt flirty-six honra 6v>m tie time il wu Ut fiosrn into the ranlt—naoat <d the tone, doubUsst, in u uneoaieioat state. On b indden I hssrd a Boiss. Tmi bare no idsa, Oxtor, bow nkk toejnstinctef setf-preBsrrst >n is to denlop itoelf. I bsd turnea over oa my foee so at 'to die ia that poeitfoa, and thu al some ftiuire tone rareal my foto; yat 1 fomasdmiely tnrned on ray back ud hstsaed wii.X the r ri iaWiiM opplMialiaa. AU to BtiO. At ton txpirtliun 01 n bw moBwalf, I ^ma bmrd n noue as of BOOM oM opuiag a door. Ii u instut I begu to poond nnaa toa iasidr «fi the ooflin, ud scream wHh slT my might, pniaing at rater-raM to lUton. At last I fcit ths oofta tuve, ud tosa it wu toread opeida dowa. A fight shone is toreugh ths arertea, sod toes I hesrd shamuToica. In a bw mumaau toe bottom wu bunt ia, sad I wu once more u inhabi last of eirlh. It spnesrs ths rarger had missed s csndte-stiek, which had been left befaifod in toe ranlt wbw hetrraaged uy sofRn omliH gutiy, Md he had opensd tos ti At io ^ iL Uetrins a noise IB one of ths oufEos, hh had bees stfirst much alarmed, ud ralhed by tbe chnreh-wnrd Teatnrefi back, ud I oace diviaad toe < ger rebasad me b; boQM, M the night i be likely tomhserre yen know; ud now, mr stock off ud retire I u Tun know, is good cir wib i Basic hu left bar» . ,    , spportenucts near Isiiagtou; ud wIwb I an btirisd BUI time, ms/it nut be, plasMGod, all ths breath and Kb sod stnthiug else hu hid tok old body u ererUMkelg farewell I Much TO Mr. Honkinaon'a slory ai reUted by hisaelt; the rut I hare addtd fromsnbaaqnut Biemorub. (In next week’s paper we will publish “The eoacluding portion of tint nniHe, in which the writ-ir gives a tonlUng up<''At of sererjl in «tuces of “Burying AlireT it Uu.i coiintr.-,-one case in particuiu, sf^A    joug iAdr, wfiich occurred in    X. Y, whan toe wnler retulad several ysMs.j bet OB betag be bad at last hy screams, he at iver •e^' theslorv going to sell T. I am, : and my bei sn A Giousin in Need. og esm»g> oddv rood lartBue* bn Hid wu beg icg t(f»eirculAte Mil ' ' in— I u Mrratinqs'during'the inci^nt siagw of my _    igmamg toro^^-mY heart, and I began to my body gradtpdly grow ing warm— I made theac ob- reoovtry «which mi] -    •    ohifeiw about five minutes The tide oMife laiJiimiT ebbing back, aad at lui it caufB niabiag like a spriag flood. The dreadful Bmtta inistird acrou mv iinui as toongfi a streak of lighuing bad sudAeiilT passed over it, sraring it with a hot iron. Great God, I wu bunad alive! In tha frenxy of the moment I drew my knros np u high u I could, ud ruduTond to burnt ol the fid of the eoflin. It wu in rnia, the lid wu loo'eecaroly screwed down I shonted, I ncrrsi^, I yelled, ud G God, Srrgive nie, I fonr f. curwd and bltn-pbekAl. The ooffln grew hot around me, and like oae suffocaUng, I puted ud guped for breath In the aguny of toewnomcnt I tamed orer ud ti^d to hnng my knees up so u to pre ue lutoujfo purchase' to lift off tbe lid, but in ra o^^Bcu trie.' to kick out toe l'>wtr end, lit c'^Wfeake impieuioa. In bit nriiemeot I got b.-!d of tbe while neck-clotL that Lad been puV^onnd my thn«t,and drew it •> tipbt ibat i wiMlmoet slnogled. What 1 did for the next IfiMgiiiautriVRUDot toil — I reuisinber, hneerer, bunting into a rioleol fit of lAugfater, and thu feeling ihs hot taarn iike diopt of molten lead trickfing in my ears. "Tbe flril paroxysm orer, reaaiNSAqcaia u-sertod ber power. I wu cut away—d<H>med to peiiih Ibera alone. Nu mie would, trer know my droadfni fote. There tru a trage-Jy enacusg that na spectator woold eyer witneu: yet i would turn over in toe enfila ud die in that Mitiun, and tou at tome future period my bumble death would become Mfiown. 1 eren felt a bl<Hid-tbiraty feeling m rerenge against my relauru who had thus bwed me aUre—my wiis in paruoular—aad ufour your uncle, Dr. C., who hu pronounced ms dud, 1 fell as though I wanted to bite him. "itnl il in not m the hnmu mind to retoia uy particular paMiuu li«g a guett. The flereer the rm -lion tht WKiner it snbsides Tbe Tlndictire foeliug paoaed awry, ami than I bo-camd a prey to sorrow. Tbe fountain of tea-derneee wait stirred to im tery bottom. U»w I wept as toe reeoilectioa of my wifo ua sia-tor's aurrow. Eru the clergyBwo who bad praaoujtced uy luneral obeauuy miov" s shete u' ror ontgushing trnJerneM. ^hat a beutiffil (hanger the good mu hid given me—God bisM bis n->ble soul—howTfonp to fold my arma arouad bie aainlad bo^, tod wsrp like a brotorr upon his buw rny^ « -“’{jl my feelings toon rame bac^ud ifkr a wretch straggling oa the rack of Ihe Inoni-sition, I wnUM-d ud twisted it the eoflin. Getting my arms loose, 1 tore tbeshroad dows around my head, ud crewded it towards my f-ei. A Jiillow bad been pieced under my bead, of fine mnslln, atuffed with ahtrmgs; outter uie aue oi u egg, eoe uwii let .if tall, ud tearly u i«oek ptpf-er; a wiBc glass uf rmrcsr: cores the ■ ud set It over a gentle dm! for fire this, by tome mMne, I rouiriied to tear open, and got a moulfafel ef the oracious contents. Uy oolfo fiad ben made nr Houtb Amsrieu r of tiM.aame fra-My tuXad, sBd CL M<r burtod ||fi redar, ud the fhayings were of ireflt wood How eweet they low dellghtftiily they eaiell m onM ainonM them They were^ indeed, n precious Kak, eonneeting me wilb the bright world ab-iee, and I do not betleee that ever sn Keelern Mnaarrh reeeired half Ihe ptessure frum the richut perfume, toil I d(fi from those few hudiffil of oedsr shavings. “Il-Ht long i lay smeUIng ud eheamg tboss dellgbiffil uemsaUw of a psrtod Vhrld, I ou not tell. In foci, I mnel haf* ufen loms of 'firm, for 1 eu now feel tbeiu is my elomacb. A* Ihl the tooiigbt ram* into mi' bead, how ctmld I breaibi ' I llieo reihembered toot 1: ¡¡TlTad - Hut ■■ was aot put lulo the nouad, lilt tnlo n reoll, mi tlat toere einat be •'imt lar by whiehtlM' air got in fteliu| with mr (agera afi-ag Ihe •idee sod b>-IUira of the udta, k found > place where the u>ld air cstoe is tonuigh s sd^ la toe botlon, ud I aleo foustl a suri pUmi which I could dig with oiT Soger aaile. Y-ti may be eurr I « at H"t Idit, but ktft busily al e. vk sntli I got a IojIs toroogh Ihs holló», larze enough to tiirk my flagee Iheoagh- 1 fuead bad fit!A a kiuA »<le nhkb had beta tUed ith putty. The Luadoa eefla makera are Domeatic Baeipes. Fsiuirs.—Y'oiiBg paraaips require only to be scraped before EeiJiiig. eosi must be boiled or itewed with lalt msoi. CaxBOTi.—When yooag and small, need oBly be wsstted wittorat sortping; Isafe on aboa. u iacB leo^ af the greea, put them in a stew-pM with hot water to sorer totm, aad a tcsspouafiii uf esit ¡ Isi them boil {tot for twenty rainiitoe, tha take them into ,. diah, put butler and pepyior oei», sad m.t«, with Ouiied meet and poultry. Cua-neLAW.—('ot a lüard while head of cab-biga IB two, ihare ooe half aa finely to pc^ bic, nod pat II lato a stow pu with s bit oi butter the sue of u egg, sae SMsli teaspooBful -eld toil etow-pu, gentle bMt for fire minulee, slotke tbe stew-pu ebost, when hcslMi toruBgh, tan it tato adhh, ud seres aa a ' Boilsu CiBBAoaa.—TnmsffsU tbeentshic esre* of a bead of cabbage, ret it inb> qusrltra, ud put It mio a pji    ■nó-'i n.iha teaaruoofol of Mil: eorsr (tepot closs, aid let the cabbage boil fast forteif tn hoar, or it may reqoirc tew miaou looger; when the stalks are tegder, take it ap oa to a enUeoder, preai it slightly, to frm it from wstnr pat a littie butter apd peppw out it, ud Mrre. Ur after liaring boilad it; chop B flne, put a bit (ff liutter ud popper to iq aad sarvu Dot ia n cowered dioh. LnTTora.—The esriy lettoo% aad first finv salad an fits nr mi laAeaaiA fldtaMr, thsu-torly aprreiiSMt u ihMli^teiHNManiisada tioa;xabbage or whtto hsart Ware islator ud mneh mors defecate; break Ihe Ubtm apsrt one be ore froai tfer fibtlk ud throw toem intoapu of cold wstfF, nnae them will, lay t»cm into B Itlad bowl or or a deep dish, he toe largoat Uerra firxt, put tbe aeit atss spee item, tora Uy re Ihs hnut whils Imtm: ret hard boiUd cgn m sfiess sr qtmrten ud Uf them isl^isBeeee aruttad toeedgsat-i oesr r, oil, sad made toe salad; wret witht eiasger, mmtard ta tu tutnr. boiistfrggr lB iHcea ireeatoforer whsaMMT Hsfet W» boilefilsbMar. hoiUd IswU. or rerel^lM*eressh snmrwhal femoul for workisg ia pour Iisabsr IS the b-dlom of ihflr eufllas. I riaismhet is «aeed(4e of a ys-oer ta High llolbora. wb- bid the pdi off by auciom to msks a suMe fo.- a NHipvr, ud It was Mid oas iff ths dead ama's egs bung threagh tha bwilimi bsfon they rsn<d»d tos churoitaid Ms that irwa or Ular, I kw-w nut, but this I do Jw"'r, Ihs bnltom uf ■IBS was • stout dud bsard, a-iood ta tvsre rvepe-i isospi tot kiH'tUiUAiid shwk.tad Ihsi w-.uid hsr- held JachSbsppsrd him nil s p'isui.rr U'l (Usih. 2 tri. il IK es y to u-ake ao impreretoa spre il I e- uol fie -e drawn my kases Bp wadsr ms. I si-gbt iMbaps, hate buiai ef Ui< tup or BoMi-'ii, ud te llhrratod mynlC but at>vy sfe foitwislai.: , hough put forth at Uuiue w.Hi ■Irewl supaMolursTpuwex Al last 1 gaeo ire iadsapatr Plh wastefcre a.e. red irmiJ am asf, ta eery studl. I was 'Uspsd ta tdfli refoatite arms, ret thoe-.hta -' -urHi agfl A Good Kscire-Kira Baus.-A few dart mass, wssa St toe tabto el s OMatsanl Ufiy who hM fortuDsuly booa rightlr idaiofid to loekapuu toeosre of berows bssrebatd of-feirs sad thr proper ioetrueiMa of ksr owa eaildrei, u oldjtoer aod aoUrr aeeapstioa tbu auistag puodlM ud Up-dogi, er unrau -tag toe gay VuMee af hdhlonahlo fife Wo aeed nut My tBal bw fo-uoe wm (a erdrr, bid that ante lier nuiwnatoadwre food wse pn-. pared ami tbe UMc arrsagsd to pisase both set ud Usie. but ws d«d ate mtefoeues tow to wnie sbou' hiutSblifl gsoHal dur, uilhoyh jmfl | s-ieB msitcrs whe^teN* subjset U. oer feir eveewsgM^ w^is bees premissd re aid la thw lotefews aow oale wtsb to gies wBat wa »>■ (to bMt method of oookwf nos Hi our toots Al oar requM, too Udy ttev.- isforred to, ftwsgted us lbs iofi b-wiag r«clp(> "bieb » mmfU ud pend we konw Hull rice oattl tl ta snfl, sod wblU worm Bwte II lato eahss <w fiat baUs. Dtp toees bsNs loto a bssMB egg. sgd tore rafl tfesn Uto ladiu resal kU itereagblj «"tod. Tfew dare, »T Item re Uni, wbwh is bsMsr Um ' iMar lor UiU trurpiiss. fUres toare with mw, or wito bittor •* tresre sod mm. try Itere UdMs, nod U retnre fcr tots re stps^amsd «• ooe afyuarbml -dewrfe a NBtbBswT --Vhsat teir ftM-fl to piren n M par COM ef ssmiiiire ishiiinn, nsrani at. rtos Id, tetoy resal to. ret dcir ft, del meal Tfe potoress M, wblto brsos ya, earrate ii, rereifw sate a, esb*HwT, toets if. etra>. lriep*tktote»te» n, rete-re », ra. erembsM I sad feisVte **s^ w n sad a baif af wator ’ Oa a drasry utnmo ds.e, more tou finndred yean ago. a heavy travelini vM slowly Urebering aionitoe mo freci Fotsdsm to B^n. Withia il to om pernun oaly, who took no bsod in the ilow-nere af the traveliag; bat leuing berk in a eoreer, waa arrugiog a mcltiplicity of papen oontaiaod is a taudl portfolio, ud makioc Botm ia a pocket-book Ainoe be waa dressed ia A pUu tek miiitsrv nnifjim, it wu feir to aupase tost this get tlesiu bci(«nged a-tbs Prassiu army, but to which gra^ of it oobodr eoulil dstormioe, as all token of ruk had 'bsea avoided. A dreary Novunbe. evening wu ctosiug in ; ud, thongb tbe rai£ had lor a time eeaaed, yet dark masora of cioada firing tbrouih tbe sky, gave wanmr that a “weeping darkneu ’ was at bud. Tb. road mw huner ud heavier—at least, so it abouid have seamed to a foot treveier wU ploosliiig his way through ila mire; uU so, doubtless, it did teem v> the -xTrisge horsM, al Ust floundered alncg so i!owly tost tos pedestriu, whom toev bsd overttken. kspt esaily by the side of the coecb—ibongb at a reaptetfui tetoner, csrtainly, after the firr buoketful of mud that it spltr'ied over him.— The zenUemu inside toe coach, wben be could no longer, ihnt np his portiulio spd returned the poeketbook fo its pUoe in the breast lining of his onat. He then ronsc-l fiimulfto look outof tha vriBdow, ua ;ag;;e. úvia tbe mod aod darkaoas, how far n T'xort^ to IfecHw. For the first tone, be peroeiv- q a moddy young mu wu walking at a i!>i i uistuee frofii hu bocsH. Tbongh mxe tou reasonabi) iniTrl siained, he trudged on as if hie limbe were strong u his bsart light. Throngfi Uir dnixle aaddsrkness, aU that conld be teen of bii fooe was Mntible ud good-tempered. lit bad just SnUhed a pipe as Mb attraeled the tneaW’s iXtantfoB, sad waa in the net of nhak iaa out tbe tahu ud rtpUeisg toe pipe in a waiUt slang over hU btek, wben he bmrd bimaelf aadreued ia the tnuner foUowing. ud in ratow u utooritive tone of votos; Hollo I yonn j man, whither are yon bound tow ntonny-looking nirtt” “That w aore ton I eu tell you, not bring at bores in tow part of toe world. My wwfc is to reach Berbn; bnt if I find a reaticr pUc« before 1 get toere—fo tore I am hound, for I am waary.^’ “I ihunld think yon mnst bsre a two boor’s walk befort you,” wu the nnutisfecforj mark that foQowed. The young nno mads no reply, ud sfter a Miort paoM Ibe atranger mtid; "If It pUuM yen to rut oa too Mcp of too a few atinotea, yea are waloonw to — ■ t's-yaar-aaaa” riejuvt. t,    " r.-wllrd 'b» I of those who wiuly heffir re-i theiBtalibeaetot. beeoose the larger one is Betuheob^rewd.” He thnkfnlly acwpted tbv not very eUn pUee allotted to k ProBi laaide Uw window toe put toiBeinnch was; w«i made either to tbe note m the wnler of it. Tbe interview kwtrd abr-ut twenty minute» st toe end of whirfa tiDie tbe tnanbal diimimH d him, deainng tiwi he would call sgrnn oa that ¡T fortnight.    X Heinnch employed thr lolrrvsl in viaiticg the iioDS of the town. There wa. s grind r.-riew of tbe on tbs king's buth dsi, ud, fike s l.ival lubjec', our fnend went to hsts s rerereud ilsre st bis msjesty, whom he bad nerer seen. At one point of Ihe review the king »top|>ed almost opposite loHeinnrl-; sad then was s.iggeeted to Lim, as the ruder probably inspects; that, after sB, brmnit have seen tost bce scmewhrre before. NV>s it tha friend who hailed him in the muddy road-Imp(«iible: Mow should a king be tnveliug at that time of the day' At uy rate, it vexed him to think be had not treated the gendeman in tbe coacb in a very ceremonious muie«~. lie had thrust tinder st hw nose, ud cned to him “pufl ewsyl” At last tbe iinw appomted for kU aeoond visit to toe marabai amvvd. Uw receptioi; wusgim m<Mt fetorable. The marshal beg-ged him to be neatrd at tbe table at wbicfa he wss sitting, ud prneseded at tbe same time t< basineH. Unforkiiig a drawer, and bringing forth a tmiii bundle of pepera, he asked Heiiirich, as hedrewAbem forth, one by ooe, it toe knew in wboee hudwritiag the 'varioui I text question “Wbit are you going to Berlin for •” “To hut forsome conóna,” wu the answer “And pray wMe may they be »” uked tbe unknown. ‘Wall, to toll yon the truth, 1 hare ut u idea wb-v tb^ are, or where to look for ri-sni. Indeed, it ia more tou doabirnl ehstoerX hare s > much II u a-,uaÍEtuoe io .« rlio, much leas a relation." Tbe qneationer—who ahmiid have been a-' Ameriau colonel—looked amuqed and up-a iebed, m he suggetwd : “Hurely ilwra moat be tome other nwuve fo: your g(-ing to Berlin, or wbat could have put tois ides into your head!” “Why,” replied Heinrich, “I have juat be coaae a ciergymu, without the smallent cbur -nf gettiag u'yihuig to do ia my own nngbbor-ho^ I have' mt rvlafive to help me, ud not quite moaey cBougb to lad res la necea-sariea.” Bu’V'Mid the PruaswD, “wbat on earth fare Uus to do with cousins ut Berlin ?" Wall, now, who knows? Many of my ftl-low-wtudeuts hnre got good sppointewtils, ud wheaever I aiked toem to let me know bow it was dowe, ths uawer always was, ‘A eoutin gars it to nre,’ or *1 got it tnroogli fes interest iff a cousin who Uvm at Berfia.’ Now. u I find none'of thiae nsaful aonsiu fivs in Ihs ouuntry, I must go witooui their help, or else bunt lor them ia Mrlin.” Thw wu all said in a eoaiical dry wav, so thst nil Ustener eonld not rcfri-1 mini laugtoing, but he made no oomment. Il iwerer, heiHiUed oula miet id piper, ud leguto • ritenponil. When be had fiowot., te lonv ec .uuad to Beitiicb, uying that be. starred be bad bera emoking, ud that be fel- ocluiea fo de tbe tan^ butte had fl-gntten i > bnsg tindor wito him. Could Hot Meyer ol ge him with a lightf “Certataly, with grut i-leamire,” -vu tbe («rompt reply; ud Heinrcin, taking i tinder-box out ufau wnllet, imBwdiAiely P-gu to stnke s light Now, it bu bun eiud >bal tbe vraing wu damp—ii wu eo damp tfiiU there (o-med little enough prc.pert ef th tinder’s gbling; momrsr, t’.e wind blew tos sparks vut slBoat beTere they foil. Well, if yoor ooustat arc no more aaatiy to U- g-i at thu yoor fizbt, I pity you, i uug siri” wu the sate remark to which Uw slruger cundeaoeoded, u he watched Ueinncb’s lafodl mu anduran. “‘Nil deeperaadere'is my motto, snswsred Ibe y reig mn«; ate Sthan the words were taaraelyatterad, Iba light bad hwM stenek. In hw delight U aaoessdiag, Hoinriuh ju»psd<« ths eamtge-ata|i, aod leaning through the irto-dow. thrust tbs lindar ugerly in the dirsctiun uf tils geatlemu’s /«os. “Uaara, sir, poff •’Xa.feort psBU, dnring wbieti Hsns the storeigsr bsd baee puMng si bis pips, be re ■ored it bore bw mUi , ate ndteeeed Ifmm nth in Ihw way: ^ ^a “ I bsTe baea tbiaBpg over what you have been wiling me; ui, perhape, in ifaumbli-ay, I might Be aUe to asaiet you, aad feu art toe put of tha eoutea yoa are sMking. Al alt treau, wbm you gat to Borlia, take thw note,” huding hint fee altp of paper oa whiol he had hau wnbng, “take thw note to Mar stel Orembkow, who w anmewhAt a friend o miBS, Md who will, I felak, be glad te oblige ■a. But adadi fioaiaeUTMbe bida ynu,aad afeida stnetlT by bis adviu. It be uya be wiU balp yon, rely apon it ha wifi keep hw ward, bat be is ralbar aootalric, ate tbs way be uw aboaf dniag a kindaau, mar, parhafw seem ttraaga to/ou. Aad now," be meunued “«« the read II iBtproTsd, I Bust hurry oa fee bsriM M te Wd yea gwe^ rveaiiB, bopiig ywB will praaiwr la eoar saw oarear." Aa HtiBrleii bagaii to mytttt hw ihuka lor Iba good wwbu of fiis ukaewa IneaiL the aigtal TO gtveu to tscreoM Ihs epead of tha horaas, ud, befiwe be bad ume lu make uy ■eknowladgtDeau, ha found fiiteeelf aiuns aoaim. Theyouag mu wu u liltla uloniah ad al what had Mkea p M tba abp ef paper rwuld eol bel| whether uv guod euaM eanwol il. aere the unfy aorde wntltn <iu it. hbntofeeMaiHtera, be wu reeeired awte ewureuoaly; ate M Manhs' made muy isqmrtu u tn bie pcct fife ud folirrc ;ptsipectt; .wqwwtod to be btid tbe namr > f the village -ir town to which be bad lait re>:d;ng tt-e acbnol in wbirb be I Flustic, or Cement of Zinc. (««uedacated; ú wiwX laa he wu hvtoz m j Tito Chen ist giret the foUowiez eroumii Merfio, aid to flrth. But toll, m slfoii-: tabiv.m--d to the French arademy, :>f the nrv iperacnpticn»wrei1>? Unnnrb answered. Aha tfief, one wu that uif Uri I plaes, and ■« he gued wi-ndenng Tbeu _    .    irrw. yie wlf •Mr' ^ Ui idv kssw lbs nwli off lai lotvrvliw wllb bus.-"Tinir vriti urov» tbie, u it Awe allldhri tMnga," thoughi Hitarieh, ae hr p*uceeded • n bis way. H-wnehow or ntliev ihe road apjwir • ed leal wennewie. aad be felt leu tired aod (not-aivv iiof* rei r.\.iig the myitenoue bit "f re|wr Uope wu lUriogKt e iifiiu bun ibu el-.-led tov-i fiw iMUy a dst , -md aa k.-r wings he eru oarri-Hl pluuntlv atone, a- that ha raacfi ad Mcrlie by nifbi fe*l The aetee ead bust.» of the ea|>iMÍ wu uw to Um, ate be tmad enaw llilfo dMrullr ta reafclag lut way to fee Baetbsew, to wbb* he had beu mtmmmiif l-t the peator iff bte partte. T>« paator haviag towa «■« ii Herlia. wu wmM'Iriad, ia bW pwrt of fee world, u to tbe beat uf bis belief, one wu that uf'Her Mudel, bw former scbuolowster, soother tbu of Doctor Vun UuBimcr, the prmripnl of such s cuilege, nad so on. ‘Ifaito right,” answered tbe manbil, ‘'ud nerbapt it iflsT not surpnae yon to hear that 1 bsre written fo these ilifierimt gentieaien to la-(nirs your character, that 1 may know wiUi whom I have to aeal, sod aot fie wortinfi in tbe dark ' As h. uid tbeu words, tbe mar-sha! fixed hweret on Heinrict to see what effect tfisy bad; but the young mao's rounta-Duce wu anaHsahed-he evideutlv teared no eril reFiirt. “1 feel bound,” orwtinoed Ih minb:!, “to tell you that all they ny of y<« is mot- fsTcrable, and 1 am squaily bound u> beKere and set upon their opi<u‘>ni. I bare now tl beg of you to follow tsq to a friend's bonse. The T.arahsl deaeendrd a pnrate auiroaae iudinfi to tbe ooort-yard, esoesing which, fie pussd Araozh a gate in the ws!i into a nar niw li-le attwt, ioern which he conduiried Hoinri h, tdl they arriesd at a pri vale enlruee to the (wbee. llsreneb befia fo get eiseed in^ ctcyswei ‘‘ i qirn~ir1ite *’" * h * iii---- itrecg-T and strwigto Coaid be have hat! bis own wisk, JUteich Merer woaU at feat mnmcnt satfltewn forty núte frum Bvlm.— At luí. awtis found himsslf f-I'owing Grnmb kow sreti into tbs nnlaee, hs oeoid am relram flwm txclainiag. “Indrte Hw Marabai, there mnst be some miatske.’' No uswsr wu rnucfastM, u ths Masteia> eonlisird to leed him throogb ths enrwus gaUMi-w sed sparUurnU. until at fiwt they rsaditd the door of cue unuticd in a tttrner i' t wing of tne paiatrr, where the Marahs!'. kn-ck wu anewtrsd by a ahcrl “Come in.”— Aa the dour upeaed,uae gUnee infiiord to oon-rinee Unnncfi that bit fncnd in '-be mod, as'* I i.i king, wt— ->ae ud the ume pers- o. Tbr pc' r oooaia-eveker. groatly coofuaed. knelt bt-OTd Frsdenck Wilfiam, sad beget falienng r«t contnte spoluzias. “R(»f, rouag mu," aaii the King, “you hare n-it oominittoO Ueasoii How on sarti. could you gae»s who I was - I ibould nr-t Uarsi quietly it 1 meaat to be teerywhere re-cogniied.’' After resstunng Haianch, the Kiag told him that be was piepanng to do what he eould to pneb him forward la the profeaaii'S be had choau "B'lt first,” li.; s*id, “I must hear how yon preicK. Uii iiuaday aeit therefor*, you afiall preach before ms; bit miad, 1 thall 'chosee the text You may reUre.’ Hy tbe tune Heinnch Msvar ruehed h!i own room m tbe inn, be bad bxsd in bw mind the feet tha< be wu to preach to tbe king — The fact wu uaiy too clear, ud ail lie oould do wu hi set ahuof hu eennan u auvn u be tbonld hive been fursuhed with the text For the remainder gg that day be never iUrred out; - stairs wu to his ur that if the hearer of Ihe toil. Wtiat WM to fie done’ flwre wu c alv two davi before riundav’ If must go and cuisnit fee I avGwL hut the .atter eimli. jpve him no Ar - foroji>I'll, all hi is.old do was t-, pro., jo that tl the king tent the ten Jir,. 'gb aim. It nhuuld be forwsrdrd with Ihi utmcu possible dispstrn. Thsldsy ud iL-i nrxi passrd. aim vit Hem. nrh brar'd nothing from either kiug' or mn: sbal. Only u uraeial inuinaiioD aid beeu eent,u wu cntlomary, that he had iwcn sc lewlei u Ifie preacher ue the following Manday at the clwiwi royaL It It bad not ñeen that Ueinrirh know him ulf to puaaeu no meu p iwers of .wutory aod that ha oould rveo extomperite, u case of eswrgencv, be would ture eerisutly ree away (roH Merlin, ud nbjured his dieooeered onasin. Aa it t^ be abided the courae of emls, ud lortilM bunaelf fir prayer s»l pbifiieiiphy lur Ihe momcofona biur. riusday morning amTed,<iml no text. Hrlnnch wmt trothe ehurrfa appouiled, ud wu amduckd IllLtka aeal ae* apart tor tM prevcbtr of tfio* jkr. Tow king, vntfi fe. nnal tsmily occupred their kreireiomad plaosa. The aernoe qgateuenced; but an text! Th-- be uvun pnaohar al tsmily occupipd the woe qreiuiencet, prtaera ware aaded, aod whilat the uv petted forth hw eoteun leuatte, Uw wuted Vi the pulpit. The aougragatua were uiruubed. not oaly at hie youfefelataa, but ■thiabetagu alteratrwger Ths puVit steps were l tferaglil dssf ed actxiu Hrinr<eh’e Blind that ebcmiul proreu discovered by M. F<«i. ud which bu been nied advuiagsonsly for point ing bnldingi instud of «I psisi This »laent is s basic oxide nf line, Il M flwiDed by mnistesÍLg oxide of iinc rith thi liquid chfondeof xmc, iron, mugweee, nicki' or ooibat. These chlondet may be rep lac*., by chloridic acid. Tbe iiardneu of the oeioc-n' is priqiunioDste to tbe cnscenlraiinn nf tbi cfalnrtde ud ths dcnsily of itw oxide. Wufiad rrsiduea arising frfeii the niunfic-ture of white line are employsd. or ordii<an white line may be calcined to rsdosss. Chloride of ciDC. nwrking (mi &u to «•- degrevwit Bsume'e areometer, ii need, and in onier ibnt the cement may set less quickir, ateui thrw per cent, --t borax or ui-amooiac is diu lvc-! in the oxyde; or efee the oxyde is calcined af ter being m--utened with water cuntsinisg s little bursx. The mutic of cement oMaimd by the com bination ol tbe shot e uhstuces bist be itl into raoslds iike piaster; itwu hsrd u msr bie; cold, moisture, ud even bnilisg eslvr, sre witbnu! (-.ction up<* it It resfsts S7*i degrees Fshrenbeit ud tua the mnr jiowerful sci-is sltsck It but very si'-wly. Toe new ¡i!uuc nwller is o-il ei;Kiwivr. ud its cost inav be still cnasiderahly donia ished by m-ixing the uxrde of xinc, metabc. •ilicioutq nrralrareous matters, such u irer filings or fiuTisgs, iron pwites, blonds, emery, gruite, mesble. or uy'bard oalearw.u nmt-tera. Soft mstt'*-:u'chalk, etc., will not d-j, Tbe Lighent and mowt varied color may i-■iven to the oement, wtuefa make* it »ui»l.!( v lablu and momie pavenH-nt of greet hara neu and beauty. It may aten be used 1' ■ making mnnidei] nbjectn of art. such u ttain- r medalfiniu, bta-rvfieft, etc. It w also web shiimI (i-t ceiiings, ud Kvenl good deiiusb nf Pans hsve empl-iyed it suceetsfuUy f r s*vevsl tHtra f-ie fllUng d«c«ed teefe, ud VT** liir oemeiiling tbe parte of s »el_<’f teeth But the most impuriut spjifieatS* of tbb new msttor »:li probably be lU empfoymra-f«iT piiatitig bnildings, mstcsd of oil j»in:. T-form this paint, the pure or colored oxvde -i* line IS moistened with water sod a uiite tiie ud ifi'is ;wiat is applied fike ordinsn tut nait% and whtn Ibe iteeircd nombcr of c- au lias been r vu. colsnde (i xirr tu to n-' degrros of Bsnn IS puved over etui a urtwh. It ivay alter wards be sc .nted with oumire, ud varnished like oil fAinting. Thia paint ia very aoIU an-' im-dr-rons; it driu InstutJv, asd it is emi-■hcilriv ejttefWHv.- "w*"T ■** *h* -eWairide Men' tetad-rontags w uM result from the snhefitultnn of oil is paint by eblsfbydri-ac -J, ur bv chlorides nblamed with that acid Instead uf rmpfi^ing a eoaaidrrehls terriwri III the culfirttion of «lesmaous plsntt, thes' BUT be replaeed he (*mM snd other plactt Chirrhyffrio aeis is ant dsrirsd from tbo si-il :t is a ar-HlBct of the deeoupoaitK-n of oom Eion salt, which it obtained from tl- sen cr rrom the b -web of the ssrih—uur-ee inei fisnstiblc. Theo-her produrt nf onnjxiiii m! is rods. Frum the emploinwot of Inrg qnutiliee <-f cbluhydrie acid, we should hi»r at low pnce, ■ nnnderable qusulitiee of sul Jihate ted of s-1*, vrhlcfc mn-lowtr fee price nf giau ud wwp. UsTiuisa Lrrnoamiras at Pnnroasirai-' Heociast—Tbis is n >w dune ny luking a Oom raon li'hntrrapfiic su-ne, aad pnnring on it i. ■olutiouof in tn-; hurc eibtr. In few secunda the ether cTaporatee. Iutidz very delie.te aad tfiin cntUag of bitnmee. th stnue sxkibituiB a nriiwe like a plate preparen tor etching. A nvgatire is then ukw, ob toaoc-i by tiie eollndioe nraabilrpe prneeu, ud to the Slone, which is ibca pfitced u. full ligni of tbe sun. VI iibin a mndera:< time, th-' nagubre eommnnieates as impree-sHiD to Ui- bunnwii very piainiy riaiblr. Tb* negatÍTr is remoTsd, soil the bitnmen is plsow‘ in s bstb of sulphuric ether, which diunlrea ths wbote of tbe totumea not acted on by th-light, ud thsre rereslu a pbotogntphic pw-lare rep itiMled accurately on the sterna ut fee uu<niaotvil bitamre. 'from thw stooe. Ufe grsf-b prints may be taken. PriTFTDis Otis axn Fittt Mams.—A Micnt bu been grsated m Eagfitnd to A. F. Csreun, of Sardinia, f r nurifrii g oils ud lais by s-xitoUag them wiiL ffof chsr-'-s) U<! scbiit. The; ij« then hllered fercugh tt.^ai lh:rkii*s»es of cotton cfoth, ud at last lhrou;,.b CDiisrd or fiilering paper. Tbe oils ihiu; treated are euied to be very pnre. To PniTBHT Uouai Fahuro.—One of tlie mnil-us fioesia Ksw York bu ippiied a ufeiy .ndle to their stages, to prereot the horse-fslliug oe tile Rum parrment. It couists ‘-i wife It couisi Ihs front part of the straps omiaected xelchiag the toeSM so u to hold tiirm Bp when Ihsy slip on the psvemente The obputt nf Ihe Ipventinn is K"oa, ud rery nrorourr. stage, strelchiag forward sod slung sadsr fe-body ni ■ Straps. p-wiibiy be ston^bad tbs text plascd lor him oil Ibedssk. w Hot, m ht qres uS fee iUDt of teouBUag lbs tSatre, su offl eruf the royal toioseto-ld defivrr ad te him afuidKd ptsee ril paper, tsytag, “Uie mi^iy eaade tou fee irit.’’ After haring rviied trw pretiBdaary prever, the praaetwr opened fee pajwr, ead to I it wu blank—not t woro was wntian oa i'. M fiat wu to bt duac' ilemncb dnlibenwly exam ined fee white sbeet, ud after a shari paur, held il np bsfiira fee nongregaliau, uyiat. “Uw Buqeety hu fiintlabsd the text tor m. ■arafou Hat you may paroetve that aofeiag whatorar it u;h« ilua tMl of paper. ‘On* ,ii lothiag Gud eraalsd ths . 'wM I shaU, Iba.*-tore, teke tbe Cruto-n f-e the snhjvol of my dismunw tfiie otorouig.'' In accord IOCS wit!i ibiadr(ia;.«a, tbe pnseh cr Wvai lL-"ugh llw wto le -f It-r fi'vt c'lep'er of Uraeaia ta e Buwlerfr way, “is si lie hnng hircibls and civer, ud hit fluency of lug:: reesarksbb-. Hit audwtos, aseustomsd sse::;. nraclr ia all lualitn awBsWid wife Iswa tlfo. Tbsiwt wu. b-iwsTsr, (uuad al iatt; aad af for a frugal mppro aad a go-id efgbi'a rere, -,ur (haad Huan, rewdv to bssw rate Vie»» wsri Uttog frsw fes BTSItefosa ofes. whwfl be aiartod lorfe Io defiT'' imstadlsteir ollar OMigsd te- ask Us wsy u. Ms.-«hai (Inuufi knws, he ww s»uaadfoad eurj-tlesd st ths u foatefitewi (toutrtsd ea Dm - -uniSBsarrS of ttiMt pteaass ef asma hs laade fer luquirv. as If fety wtald tsr, "WKai busiaus su v-hses wlfeMsrefief OsttteHfltewi n« tesnag bwsli Hfee a aad Wvtag dslfvsmd Uis musrre to a a ■fasa- Hwi’ '•ei> awa'isd ths result lu fee haft ■arvtsi In - HZ kiag's ecueaiMCiUsa, were (ar »(W* uvwiahed at the deilriiiy wife whieb tbs prurber ka.! . yiriifed fiim'telf (reu tbe-l-fliciiliv feu si Iba dilemma ui which be bsd tows plat>Hl. A: last tbi- >en>. >11 «atended, tbe sntigregsli dismissed, a d iiriurich fi-ui.d hinisolf in |l •serisiT, re-Mvioq tbe ti--agraittUi.fiM iff u« ivs! (iiguiUc. ■ - I the rhercli, who sti pii'ptr •I -I !'ir)biiM J fiiiilitai (mur llrierich V Iilurnd -■ rtpi-ss lire «(ihisemer; at the ainsUisr rroe« (‘d;iig id Uo- king, bat wss te-id Ifiat II* oa]g c uld have wiivi-l rscM'l-liwei U.K pr-niii •. il hs did u-d knowlhe: sueli rsgkriii k tis quite ui-inmua to fats !3*)rs-ty. In li-x -nidsi of fes SMvsrulion, a ue. ■eager arnn'l i - conduct teiu to feeroval pressars. iisine l Wily uuwti* what im prsSBKMI bw sctmon miglil bate siids up n lbs klug, ths («HMia arokar rattwr dieaaed H» ■Fprewvliiag au-lwae«. Hut Hmarlab Iwd -u.d Ihs ferewhtodd Iff fea klag room, whu li-e oi^asty jnmpad op, aad Ibrusl a roll ef pe|-er ii. to the vouu aw - e haad, *t lUimiag, ' Hurra, wv'- puff away take thw light hr 111* lighi yea gave nv-!' Thr-KPtag hiuw- ti uA -e e rfasir, heiwegfied hn-tily al 111! v-«um >>•*«> Hm's irok af sw-l-rfee titei t»nlu*Ktti 'fie U»(T anreely In' w nfial re;dy I- ms *, -it wba- uiito, but ja*l i* 11* had gov M l*r es ' \ m. a-sprey .hs U'g II le.rn.'úd h.'.. UTIPs.' hue fpw-eSM. g . ■ «Bi* i|iiie'U end ne-wiw ih- -nwn'Soi II,. pai” Vm («rein Is i*u bn tomwk a uouatr. tik> awe* kiuad ooe, win, if »mi go <w atewóily, a ill au Mglatl ywu It H fiardty Bw« gkfar soalalTO a Nsvnkvan TBiwoa U wbirh ynung j«r-p!e render thcmselvee vew impt-lile I. 1/ind laug'ni&g. I Koadiug whu ofesra are talking A Cctttag finger saite ia sompaay I Luring Btaetiag Halhrett tocfond. Wbiirtriag ia Btnltof    _ ( Oumg a etraegnra. T. Luring n sinagar wifeont a ual • A wul of revi-raiuVfor suiieT-ra I Rmdtof atoad in rompuy vdfenut briag asked. 10. Ri.<cn log a pruest without some mut-ftsVsiK ofgiilitudr. II. Miking yourulfthe teqdr ufoouvrre IfoS. II IwugkiBf at fee mwtaku of efecrt. IS. J-'king others in rompuy 14 ('-.rrwung older persons thu y nr»( -f sspeciallv voer parents. U Tu c iiBTnsnw Ulk-ng befers uriisss are ihmngt. Id. Answsnng qnuUuns when psi Io others. 11. (V>am-Mcing to Ut u sons u yon gel to dhslahlt.-JCr. HMsomt Tareu-ln wWch vtry msty pers-ws rudsr iheuwetvessmmiiely imaoUie 1 Nm-ikingis sMsditee-'riwaeMa, s D*ii. list's Oflie-, tedv's parbc, sr uv where stee. X. f“-'uief jffwcro sad    tbe    iiiioe upu Ihe stove, or I. Making use of prufuv luguut la ea»-::cd eonverwlion, or stuy other ttma. 4. Talkieg whits efeere iwe ruding. Ú A n-Muberof ladies waikiag abreate and rrg'.vdiug grnUsare offthe tedanralk. s ■ ' Whv, whu a tnvallsr you baee iv e^Miiued an oflleer na muting ea - id L iflqnimlaiim at Coantoa’twople, lbs -Ur flay “Fn toll rou fee irafe,” wu it.* fr-.ak reply, “I am oUigafl to rea abowt the eariu to keep abud uf my efaaraeter; Uw m--mut M oeerttku bm, I am ruined, but I d m't tore wifo kuwn ten, w loagulreButB t-tr Johs G. Saxe, baring haw preewted bv >Se wufeer from falfll.iAf u appouuaaBl te> lecture is AUoay, rettwrbs m s tetter uf tpolugy,'-"I hod BB teostee to break fes ra ■•geucal, sad every isaHee etsept s '-vw-nr-uee, tokeeplt ” Mau is t IWasr faOw snits sstraager to dysfepsK -aMfesWsNsto huty to uy Ilf feat kmily. HTTw.j eouuglsdtes were elngisg a do A Msaager i-iraed w b-v aetghbor, ayo ‘,*1 ■ •Ite fiardty BMwSury to afld Inti Mis roli . .    joi-d    iwelaltoist    u    ! VsiregWty e4 Iteelin, sadBuee Helen I. H' •n* nf 'V - fWThl l-'-wehee* 'ilnrs Bol fee ude IB whits 'ki- Soi fee Ude IS white stag arel- oedfi w fee, ur,” replied be, “I hir-'iU fe<' to tt¡(rs« wj twiliranu, site w n > f." ”1 beg roar; mdoa, k-r,” be ease Hoh euafrtetoa, “I Bwu tlie -e-ir iv ' ■nueh    _ ' Vi.« sn ptefertly right fe**w >*d li I hsesi'lhfe told ter a-, in/ wife ” wfoA-w IS ho I . [Fr-«wi Ihs New Tart g*sn«etat Ally's Cow. Vihtr I wss littte ^ my iwrenfe Mead ta B sn "Jl eilliige, wbife «M pteaeutle situalgfl in the ealfee of the FesBsiagton fiieer-, ead -bicfa eoDtsined two or ferae retttoa Búlla. ' Tins wu fee chier busiseto of tbe piase. Uf fatficr boaerse, wu s former sad kept a dairv. Muy a long chase had my brofeer ud I. uf a aufflmrr's evening, ap the steep kill fide, wd into tbs wond«, tft«r fee ciwe. Some-timce we Uked llw ramble well, and sometimu ere right glad when we hcvd fee Unkie, ünkte, of tbe bell feat wis futened about tb* n-xk of the leader, guiding os to their wbwro-ihoato. Nearly a qnarer of a mile up Ihe sirect fr-im onr bonse wu the prefiest bouw could see. It ws« brovrn. But so eoeered with ciimbing roses snd vines, t-Hst yon would ■troely RotK* the onlor. In frimt wu t wide r I. where fee gnu t! rsyn sppenred a fresh fV green thu uywhere else; whilo ia the gar-(.-a. at the back' of fee huuae, we-e rsiasd Ihe Ifori'cet ;.eas ud ciicnmben, the Haul goou-l^rri-s sod metom, and fee foires* harvett uugtwiti toim. Here lived Widow Brovrn w fe her SOD ud dsugbter. .dhe wss poor, and fisr rbiidrtn wersy oang • : d more of this, fee little girl wu blind,so th-y ron'd do bn* htile towards tupporte i-Z ifiemtelves ortbeir mother. Stfll, what t e criuld do wu done with n wiUiag beart. Ki >i iha' makes sny work seem light Albert . IS s stout boT of'eleven, ud enily and late, -I -u'J do imiads for neigbbora, ^ for the --W», teed tbe pigs, torn bay in tbeilsids, pick L .pliw t.r pntatiws, or even tend a baby for ■je Bi'rthera, if tiirreby bs might ears a few i.- oQivt to bring bome tobis mams. Tbe summir that Albert wu twelve years old, Fiktnee MsTÍield, whose form joined Mrs iiiown't called to him nut mgbt, u be came fr Bi sciwoi, uyiig ‘1. > ‘k bert mt, don’i von know vo'j sre al--.i-.-ii a man f “Sot quite yet, 1 think," replied Al'tet. “Wt-H! uTwee you at not a babe. 0ns . ..old take rr-a for s man, you are so 'ouae all ibel'ofo. Do you suppau you ud I cu anew , 1 bargaia ’’’ "Wh-it abrmt airt”    » "Y'r.iir uiofecr wouid Ukt a sow, I aupboss.” * Oil! yvr. aif. Mbs hu bets wBhiag tor ess .. .Tcrnocw fofecr Mwd. Al tiga fea* wa Ifed .Mf Bwoey wwegh te b«y s oww. a^ ^ ^i.i mae iflS7jjH|(yiig0ri(gfl* li-- to pay fee d.jctorwtth n. so asw, I doa’t kaow as we fball bsve SB* until 1 am s mu. I shoa’t , to-dber «'irk then, Mr. Mtyfleld. I'll buy 1. row ud everything ebi*.’' Ail right, all pghi; bnt toak hsra, lad; yoa r<’ have a cow betore thro, if vow Uks. Cores ud ai<rk f-r ire nutil sfier uireesting,' smfl I 'tl give eoo feat red heifer » fee kaa She -ri'l oukV a grud now, I cu tell you. Its s big priee, too; I kcnVr thsr as well u you dtv, >u: Homehow I hare taken a likiag to you. I ' - o v< help jieople who ire ' - help themuleM. Yr.t n word now. Off laJ set what your oMrtb r wiii ny about it.’’ Aivse sped Ally u fost a- feet eouM go, aad ■be aid fonaev lurnet! towai.-ls fee bouse, |bt-II if m sfH/log' to hi- wife, who sto<.d ib • :u d.H-rwsv, “He ain't I other boys.—He's - tober-fike—so iniodi" of wbal'you lell .Mni. Brou n did not ol-ject. for a cow would -r- r j, be ap'teUc-jmfortdunng fee tougcold •einte r, and Ally would spend Mundsyi at bams; o in a die or two, be wu duly insfeiled u bcv 11 s!l work at Farmer Msvfield’s. Msntna passrd. ud the hsrv'eering wu oesr All', had d-mt wonders. Everebode at the fui:a praiaed him: ud. more tbim alL oa tbs ' IB nf feat day, uu larmtr tied a roffo about 1^ burns of tiie red heifer, sod gieina it Albert, uid to him, “bere, boy, ta your psy. 1 ncVcr t ought ycu onuld do ao much «bee 1 made euu fee vflier.” U»s glad tbs mother wu when Ally dtues til* onw into the yard—bow feelesn ran dowa hr-- cbeeKa, u the plaoed her buda npoL bis .;: sd, ud feukad fee kind Father in Uueea that llr had given hresnchaboy. LttUe Lutf vn ei>. fseling fee cow softly with ooe hano. m-i f ai(-iog uer brother tightly with fee other Tfi-csrniiig of fee cow hu fee beginning .. Afiwn's gooff f.rtune in life. Hin obedi -nc-, 'Lduiuy and uprighlniia, fonnd him V* '« '.rere jrilling to r*wist hkn in wbi -<fc- ri >>msuarrt he '.»• pliced. 1- Iter yura, wben be had nan I .u It Cat am ud wealih waitedhis I' :i e - to ue to the sou lOo It • ttreaide, “you oso be -It ■ I ... fire to be. ' Tnut, firat, in . in lo-.r own abifity to do. Bet ir Makes, a. ' yoqr own idea of nff on cai.nol hu! ol s'-icecn- then a boy bold etwwib to IMgia lo ptoy he street, then be M eldsaoagh to brh^ht Lazy Boyi. \ Ury bcT makrs a luv m«. joat u sure a cr.v>krd twig makes sctwoked tree. Who rm yet uw a boy grow np ia idteoua, that iTid lilt mabetalnftleu eagaboed, wbenba be-rem-i I man, eoien he liad a fiirtBM left him to Step up appursaeeaf The great mau of Ihievts, psopen aad cnaiaaia that fiUoar psa-1(1 ;.'iar.- jod almadfouaes, have eemu apto * Mt thw are hy beiog brosgbt ap la idlsaen. TuaaewWi oonetiWtetMs busiaus psrlimisf fee ostsmnaú', thou wbo maks oar gvsatud wteflal BOO, were trslaefl sp to tkmr bsybeod Uq^-iaduSteiuus. Wfi la the I.    , to t rk. Of esrevs.we would aotd ^ l.ilrfron o4 bnlfefolT pmyflii czsroiss, or tbe tin..- tficy ehoukf siimd tn stude, but toaeb them to w.ek little be lilUc ua saiM istoaghi >1 sritool. Il fete wry he wtU aesnin hatotesf induskry which wiU out fomke htu wbea kt grows up. Mur pereoM who srapoor 1st Ihsirsblldies groe up to fourtsrn at sUtses ysai* iff age, or fill lhae ru support them ao Ua«B. bet re Iher fit thesi to Isl- w. Rueh ebndreu, Bol ks' mg UT iflrs of wbat work is, sad baeiag i«-<]uir.d habito of iffeasu, ga Ibrlb to laHMis opoB feeir tmpbieste wife Issiassi. T’oorato a repulsieeaen in all labsrasi brfgrathtBI,Sttd to get It doae, mt msMer bow, to fesfr osflf aim They ars smbiiisws st ptoy, bat flali ol' work. TheeuBssquMu is fese doaoksflcfcto >ae feiiig bwt s abort Ume, ihte iwra about tbe vorl-l, get ml* laikcb'ef, and flnall/ lad tnsir av to tlie prtfois or alma bnuu. WiUi thehkbil of Idleaeu, eiestoee gsaera! It, if aot isvansbly, be f>usd. Where the iindi ud bufle ere aot assapied to i-mie eu-<ul eniploytorat, sa evil grni«s Hade feus etowigb to do. They are toaad ia tha street «ill ¡ate m fe* eening, laarniag ewigsr aod pro fue habite of tie ir rUan to vtoe. THst buv be seen hscgiag arousd grneerfos, bar .-oauae aud sloru, where erewda le'bse. but they are ■ I h-ui fl'uad eagaged la eudv. A lu« boy te auk oaly a had fiov, bwl a At gra*et-' hiipartate,for !• Islbr<mg'.i Uieir nag test that he Maoit thus. Si !«»**», fiow ever poor, in fees* tlnu* ■ f hesj- texks ssd O' Wt|wpen, nssd let ths4r ifeiidrea grow ep lu idl0B«nS. If they cuo-it hskrpi at touus' la bur, let thwlr Blinda be kef: c wnrk, make Iheai icduatri trbalar*, ud they atU t' ti dus'rtou at uj bsaaeulbty mav uedeifefc* IB after lik , I (Ml eg mu- Ibeir ktoú» are for Ufo'/I» rbwiitabiidhoadhu gore,, re-I«fv y— be pur*, vw esi e-e to- cstfBbe, skew IB/ L^Ifaeerv mw had n Miaifls wowd fie la g.esJ ( It-1.' [>*<»«• eat k«4 aoHp - ,i>r -Uhiee ■ .1 wllk n eoo n .-ito fiad (raBI-eeKW' «'i** • ndir *eil tomtm-y te Ms '••Hess*  era uaasi h. teag ts Hs e.'u Ml awvtiig awsv s laaaledti. V I (fst feoeghi' «** Ihs buj -are .urn u •* 1s »<ff v >*) "w* wfesBBf ..I ih'stMir w iff g- v. U ve-w u flkal.

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