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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 2, 1853, Cincinnati, Ohio VOLUiME X.-NO. 46. A ÍAPKK iOft "TEE lIi:yOH''--_ÍÍfBEP.EííDENI U All IfíII6li/NEtÍTfiAE H SdT&lM, CINCINNATI, TH UKSDAY MOILMNG, J UNE 2, 18.53. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. butM tke HtrmnaiM.” lie rctliztt that‘ Su- killed bjr the poaerfal cihtlationi Ir. m hii eiety U 01 raniied (or rather tliiorfca&ized) no lurnare. i> auoa ai hit death »ai knuon, hie [t'r.iiu lh« .'i<aJ;.al \\ ort't «oá Tlnioi. A MOTINO TALE. a wrona baeie," that there i. an eaiurphbiii rundiiiou." «hereat it thoulj be “crtiUl-iaed With our ectebiatcd "duao Cett ' poet. Ethan Spike, K>q.,be bcftini to think that Ihf £tariiel Hm j It nufidentai lenraut had the lealt put to the iabu:ator.T rod all the boiei and eaten it cun-tkiaed; but hit auiitt; about eertain phialt luj packaact raited the lutpiciont of the oth. Hf urTtuu, ithiiteeiiriotilj had already been icited by ireeral uijriteriuut eirr imitancei ar re\i.r ran». The Siuithe haee juitl been mueiua. The) i j I uc t>ruiiui naVe II    .    ,    ___ ____________________ I tlwayt moee "for the lut time," on the firtt I He comet to the toueluiiun. Iiualljr, that; thiuai in the laborator), a imall caikcteon-i.f May. "Horrid enttoniV’ eiclaiuit Smith. "loDiethina luutt be dune." and that ipeedily tainiup all the letU.'t which had paiied bc- that, ■‘.\U Stiee will Oo tplll"’ •nailea deareui upon the premUet, Kad the tealt raited, and dlteotered, amoou ulher Kiey to London and wait (or him there. Had her' brother ronauiteii all miuht hate beeu taeed, but .M. de Va!»-ide, leerelly adei.cJ by the .Merchioneát. npreteuted to hit titte.' the abtnrdity of tnch ' thin*, and penii 'Jed hir to yield to hit bi tti' juditmcD*.    j W'hat patted at tfci hotel of the .Marebiu- ' nett de BrioTilliert d .'lOir (,'aptain 0 Kle) a abtnoce T Thii it wh-1 no one ran tell, and , what the inmute it.v -.aijationt, the Iijir* and painful trial, wbirh p.riiapi ta* kcrer had lia , qual in judieiil p.’--ete,;iiiat. at» neeer ab ftioijrajibital. Lh'.mtbf Ha tm .re Ftariu*} IVKITIK.N AT IHK bRWt OK \VA>ai.SGl'*L\. BT OnVII t, lATU'R. (IbBBUthormountcred. matrip Bl<*DctbePolitm«r, k EuropMn gruCriHun (f riiik unJ e<1uciitiun. who.«tih the miif ui1.crsc« 0Í McBUntOBirr Alabey iiuul4irM Ixuure kii mind, un Uhold ut( ib« otoipk, untdurueJ «sped M >«■! Vtruou, reuitrketl with «urpriN ool uouuxed wi'h ifunjr. tVnii iiUninli your country tkic* fur ILCtdjU ? 'J JhJ isíkitéll* Wh«( would’st thou hive? Somevstt A ltd «^Liiided ulc. «brr«e luoLntuiit frum 9ltouid I'job with UrtMig g lie in Ui^víh i culm f^ce. (wimnkthe pcrtniratiou from hit brow, aud to "tctnrc a hume turevcry familr. nllin* op fait dcprrtied dickey. "How my At (hit point, he ii ai<iua>d by hit turmeu- the (laikia ' Ilatc u( iniuj (w illin ) tu Theae piMra rceealed ceerytbiuK, but before icir tarlre dullart. Smith payt the hecuulJbc arretted, the Marcbnnett fled P .    ................—.—..------- |...een the .Marcbioneaa and Siiut (iron while "How    my    At (hit point, be ii ai<iua>d by hit tormén-    abe    wu wwrtiap    her    father,    and    tiio    Saint my bonea    tthr.    at    the    tara, the cartinen, *hu lufurm him that they    iJroii    aconfeaaiooa,    written in    bia own    hand thoiiKht!'* It waaun Turtday, the third iuat art in « Ha that the attlirtiu* htc waa erlehrated. Cart- reeeire their taelre dullara. Smith pay men—four of ihfoi wereeuitged the Satur-! money, and turna to eiamiue the premiiea. day preeioua, to be on hand at 6 o'clock ou j He tinda that .Mri. Jciikiua hai packed all her Tueaday moroiu^. to trauaport the houaehom tbiniia in the back baaemeut ana aecund-floir ‘    '    '    '    “■    ‘    aittiun-room. i'uorthinii! ahc has dune her beat, alter all. She la in ill health, her iiui band ii aick and away from home; aud her children are nut well, (lud pity the unfortunate who li»e in citiea, e»pecially in the "mov- liooda iroiu the habitation of ’5ÍÍ-3 to 5.'M Smith waa to pay them $3 each—$13 in all. They would not come for a mill leaa—Smith tried them tboroouhl  - . ly. On .Monday, Smilb'a bouae ia turned into a    _    . aortof Bedlam—miuiia the bedi. I'hey are mj{,fjut Smil'b la a'kind-hearted tied np, readv for tbe ncit marninp'a He*ira, . man. Mitb afew exceptiuu], the Sinitbaare the Sinitha ilerpin* on the floor ou Monday'» kind-hearted race—aud that't probably tbe oi|tbt. Smith can't aleep on the floorj be | reaaou they are ao numerous. *rowa realleae: he receivea conatant remind-] Smith puta una cheerful conntenanee, and I era from Mra. Smith to take hia elbowa ontof, biisiea hiioielf in arraiipiii* hia fiiruiturc.— the baby'a face; he liaa horrid Tiiiona and rolla .Mra, Smith (kind aouli forpeta the distruc ]obont: therefore he ia not at all aurpriaeJ. on • akin* at cock crow, to find hia Lead in the , J eniiu u CIS» III artsioms ,• .>nc aucu, not au K.r bull, rbcis thccwblaoJ solcnn niockenrs w <iich cuQmng lyrnnii> laieuls to sac fha nu'a'.ete iuu,< ol h a Uuie a ursl thim. efit not him, ataoac iifc majiauc ast « (mil all,I Ire., (nun auile mid cmtitr hoiii Aa Ibeaeb.ah. evrrUbtma bil'i, and pure Aa yon Clear beaten arbicn amilea op m bii trut. V bat would ft thou ii»t r la not ihii sn.i J earth Mi«t henut'lul ( luU uot ihut dolrltil bcil,* I I ta It not lit limea miahl adl lictit I'he wallet aiv steru imnaia ol ahniud, Aud pall, and ngilQiliUU tear., hut lint. O. Ib.i. why'liSa iceueol joy' Thehjue Kejo.cinu atream Irni ng eicii sulwnrt rock, A s It to win tbe lleraerai Iniiu ila lace, Ooea tiiig bg un iiOHay paat hap|i> homra abd took refuge in a Ucluiau conrenl She wat there arrested, and after being brosKht uack to Paris and nnderitnin* one of the loujt-etl aod F.oat ptiufnl tríala recorded in French jui iaprudeiice, waa cuudemued to death. She waa lirit aubmitled la the tortore, howeeer, to make herconfeis tbe aecret ol her poiauo and ita antidote, but ahc steadily denied any know ledge of the metua by which either was prepared. Tbe day befara her eiecutton ahe mane a full confeaiiou of all her Crimea, aud they were aouumerous and ao frightfu* that thepcraon who wrote after her dictatioo, wna treqiieutiy forced to retire and atrengtfacn nil forpeta the distruc himself by fortifriup diinka. The Marchi-tiouof her baudboi ami bonnet, and caret nut uueis, howeeer, was perfectly calm and collec-^    .    how lunir or how loud Smith w histles. Sud- ted, uerer (orone iostaut losin* the cold and fire-place, and his hair powdered with soot. Í denly the prospect brighieut! -Mra. Jenkins’ i iiaughty manner which had diatingniabed her The occasion uf hia waking at that time, was a I brolher-iri iiw appear», and anuouncca that ihroiighont her trial dream of so unpleasant nature. He dreamed ¡ pe bat fouua rooms fur her, a little higher up ' In the beginning of the month of July, that he had rolled off the world backwards u^wn. Cartmen are soon at the door, amithe ' l(j07, Madame de Brinrilliers repaired to and lodged in a thorn bash. Of course, inch | Jenkinses are on their "winding way ' to ; Hourlioune.lea-Bains, not like .Madame de a thing was slightly improbable;^ but^how | iheir new- rraidence.    | Sevigne, to re-eelibliah her health, but to seek plea»iirea, and therefore, new Tictimi.— could Smith be respoosibie (or a dream? Oq Tueaday morning the Smiths are up with tbe dawn. The nonaehold being muster d, it it found that the aereant girl, who .....e    thfir hfi'»*$t I K^iaU rouoü And «il the «ir i« n*u« cil «uli bird* Tiifti Hit Bpfiy to i¡;ra>. Intbleti vfrduTi < their root :u*n'er$idl- _ .......... irriMl ’igliUyf meihiukf bii ««.filvd    br^k'st lU had often arerrcd 'that the lived out jiiat for a little nereite,” had deserted her colors.— 'Phe grocer on the corner politely informs Smith (whom Mrs. Smith baa tent on an errand of inqiiirv) that oo tbe night previoat, the aervaut girl left (w ith him) a mattage for her eniployeia, to the effect that, p'the didn’t consider moving the genteel thing, at all; and that a proper regard for her character and position in societs, had iudnced her lo get a situation in the family of a gentleman who e«n.e.crp.,y..«u«,u    . e>« Uifiir bükigbty i’un v4u«:ImI. Iiefore    I    Ibiiis    teirerf;    Smith fecit it iMnly; Mil. brow nijih I p.uud^|ii'»nurfiiii ihr«nk, kb««b'd ‘ Smith ieane her bc’id    her    bDSoADd’i vest pattern, and laya, ‘ She is quite crushed," and wonders "how Smith can have the heart to whistle. Bat, it ia always eo," she remarks; woman ia the weaker vessel and man delights to trample ou her." Smith indignantly denies this sweeping aeaertion, and saya "he'tramples on uulhing," when -Mrs. Smitl points to a band box containing bar best l.oiinet. which be has juat put bis foot thioiigh. Smith ia silent. Doiw'con-Berated dual—I'Crr o( tiTsliiess Itlsl om uif * - ~sriuiuce«r, auu o I inuat tuvely iiiot. J J II ih.ull -Kaek tolhy lordly Iile, anil tay to tUeni wiiu wear their greatueia in a jr« e, -i sur, A pu'plB robe aS'l V.j^io'ii actiolclire, Thai thou hut aeco the grave o( hoti whuae (auie H we.l(J«(ltiietcrit'iy. lamentu At thcirnwanuleocai. and whate m.aiity It waa that hrvte n iliawi. he as,. ii( ynkee. And daahisl toeartri tUec.aiiking eba.Lathcy (ortn'd V'er uitMi id Irif biim s'juv 1 Hr Ini own lolly b..:i sn l cha.nlr<s lion s T'. KMibe the very uauia . ( inansy. ' ow'J Bi n tbere. and le.'tiuch tsiataUiiiia h gh hueh pndr unntiersbte and aucb bo y awe As no Uelbhiiu tale, no Pngrnn ihniie t,( hiaased geccv, and so oioulderii ger .|i Oi tower dad in v -torr re'i wnh I iiKni O' martyred ti'Dt ,ir warr or, erecouht it>r dh' tfaiB nil youthful vs'i'B I ,\u , be bu one Ui twice ten tsiUiou brans tbit throb like hit. Tbattumtbeni m ih.i grave a iiatiou'i And (aiher here Itch u ne (nr mdila dreilt. That ibuuld Buiue raa'i. intruding (oc ere dare ÍI wrwstfiuai iheiii the aacrsd hmh right V him who slunitien he'e. or ever aiek th iter wg out band to mar Hie deep hcpoaaot lbiaiaiMteuiiierra*'iJ stot, then, Aa rauluiudmous aa tbaoceiii a wavca, llie r iworda would iMpf om out thnr abeatlia a tw the tivanaieg anna lorford an Irauir dhu fed lord, hrjrl vcsa ptdri I r tba bare pnv.iegr to ('gl.t lor inch Abtrilage' And lay. tlieg'svrthat tbni loubK'rethehe.rt o( yaaib,could uiu tbe love Of nation and 11 niaid, nore not «trace 0( biuon d eulogy; no ('incral irn, Bo sculDtur'd inaltol Parian uiarbn’. A nd no briaUing aruit o ercausp.ed w .th gold, klut Siiopla. grand, tcrene aa bia oa-n h>e, Tt baa Within the dim old wrvida be brvi d c I «red; tbe broad b.ue heaveiu that «inned aimve, fillelaup.■l;—the atreaiu that nuraiuri by. isavcrlaidi.gdirgel    ... Hack withtliy Iboughia I The cartmen were iobeon the premiiea si I m wliat they call a "leitlni state,’’ il-! 6 o'clock. Six o’clock comes—half-oast «ii ^ though their apartmeuta give aigbt ol the re-{—seven o’clock—but no cartmen. Here it a maiiitetlatiuua of a strong diaturbiug I dilemma! The tnccrtsors to the Smitbi are to j ¡„rce—reiuiudiug one, aomcw hat, ol a aettle be OH the ground at S o’clock; and being on \ ilowly recovering from the viiitation ot the gromd they will natorally with to get in- an earthquake. Still, they are thankful for But the Smiths’troubles are not yet over, tbe paiutera. who were to nave bad the house .Madame de Brinvillers' rank, her beautv, the all painted tbe day before, have done nothing ' luinry with w hich the surrounded herself, the b'lt leave their paint pots in the hall, aud a {tlegauee of her equipage, and mure than ail, little Smithiing, bciiig of an investigating i jierhapi, the charm of her eouversatiou, aoou turn uf mind, aud hungry, withal, attempts made her the centre uf all the ariatocratic tumakealatc hreakiast uif the coiitenls of batheri at Bonrboiine. In thuae days of tiin-ooeofthem. He succeeJa in eating enough pie itolitical faith, anybody, miii or woman, tu disgubt him with his bill of tare and fright- who frequented the court, was regarded with eii his luammt into hysterics. A doctor is {admiration aud euvy by the provincials, tent lor; he a«uu arrivti, and after attruding I whether they were nobles or parvenúes. To lothemuther, gives the young adventurer a ¡ profit by this disposition tu enthusiasm and facetious chnck under the chin, and piouoiin- ] admiration, .Madame de Bríuvillieri had only ce» him perfectlv safe. The parents are great-] to display the graces ol her person, the wily ly relieved; lor Willy is a pet, and they coufi- charms of her smile, and the honied safiueas Jeully believe him destined to be President j of her language. uf the l.'uitcd States if they can only keep' Among the most infatnated of the courtisans paint pota out ol his way. '    |    who grouped themselves around the Marchi- it takes the Smiths some ten days lo get: unest, were-M and M’lie de Valarde, brother to rights.” The particulars of thcic further land sister, issues of one of the most ancirut aiiDoyaiice—how the pianoforte was loo large i tamilirs ot Languedoc, and allied totbe illns-to stand behind the parlor door, and too amal ‘ to stand between the (rout niiiJowii; how the ceiling was tno luw, and the book case loo high; how a bottle ot iuJelihfe ink got into the bureau by miatake and ' marked" all Mrs. Smith t best dri»cs—I fo'liear to inflict on the reader. Sutlicc it to say. the Siuitbearr ! to the house; which they cannot well do, un-I less the Smiths areout of it. I Smith takes a survey of hit fumitnre. with ke I a feeling of inteniie dlsgntt. He wl«hcs hit cnmberoiit goods were reduced to the capacity I of a carpet-bag, which he coiild pick up and walk away with. Themirrort and pianoforte I are his spe ial aversion. The latter it a fine inatrumeiit. with an F.olian attachmeiit. He wishes It had a sheriff's attachment; in fact. present peace, aud arc determined, p.i»i/icWv, not to move agaio—uotil nett .May. (From the Philadelphia Regtslar. PABIS COBaESFONDENCE. triuin and heroic Louie uf tbe count of Foix -M'lle de Valarde, thieatencd with a pulmonary complaint had come to the waters of Buiirbuuue toseik a cure which waa alrer.dt half ublaiued. Her brother had insisted npou arcouipauyiog her, aod turruiiDiled her with the most ten ler cares. .M’lle Valiredewata iieaiitiful bruuetle and apirited and light hcnrted as shews, beaiitifui. Her brother,! bold aud noble cavalier, was a living speci men of that line Aquitaine Mood, which under Charltmagoc aud hia descendants, fur* uished Prance with her bvst soldiera. Another Cavilier, equally renarkable, but by contrary advautagci, the'Chevalier O’Fley, Pami», April 2U, 1603. Ma Ediioe; For the last six months the   ........... ...... activity in public works, the piilliug down and I he would have been obliged to any officer |    h,,.    lengthening and enlargiog : au liishmanbv bipth. aud a raptain in th -p|wl\,' rd Jiarly of cle which s.cmrd to live in the enchanting guards it I’inllipiic ed the third . Kiug of'opain. tuim of the liltle prclcrred cir- graces of the .Marchioness of Brinviller*.— Curiosity had brought O'Fie) to Bourbunue, and love' kviiihiin iLv.e. for'he was madly in love with .M'lle Valarede. Madame de Brinvillers was not long in dis- who should at that wretched moment have, j.o,ng on in the city ol Paris, has been »ob-j covering the srciet of this passion, aud from loili out the whole e^UbliBhmeDt, jhe nioit ¡ joriul—t?eo W au American. Narrow, luui t,,    conduct    was    markid    cut. auctioneer * fertile ‘ marTellouiaeM.*’ Half-pait 7, and no cartraen yet. WbistU _.    to be doHc? Ab ! here they come at Ubt — •itiBlhecurtomol »ea*cUtot**iithe5r bclisabile p«i- .Smith i* at low to anow wbateicuie they will •it f Mount VemoD. lorvii tbriu ntH. ruinotii Bacrifice," ever imattined by au (.Rooked Blrect* hfve be ;ome broad high wayi, aud dark old buildings, crumbling away with age, have given place to new aud sple'udid edifices. In demolishing mary ol tue>e centenaries, some singular diieuveries We tliilik tbf auVW nrd «tsntJi^Oidiir «p* IB tt"* Lon'*'*n lsc»dcf. Íiíi.cre t reader in the Vniuo, or ib tlu world, vlii Mtllj r.ct beauti f    d    I    d    ? iHC llbUMlXAGE. With n a vos^t, one «umuier i day, And 10 a holiu». aiicttut trunk, 1 ihai aie fr *iu thr world »%*y, iuU«e «I li\e« a hertuit mutk. MycelJ-Hah''«tly»>ramore, Ibe rood iii't limLi »«re sie«d ailh ut; ber J h%ú CitveJ tbe ao’hic ilfK-r wh fb loukcil iniü ?ii> herinttiige. My library n is* »4rue midtuli. Where evrr n« a Ltr >iit podi. I ml uuttlmy «icrrUuii With lean, lor ail ibote tujisCJ wrrt Cc-d I. The rne thM at itiy ibMjnr«y iwung. Had vertc* wnt on e\«ii ir •!. The very i'ing$ the bright ík.i.b luug tnhofli’y «xktn* lii.’al.riel- Not bref-llé.sugh rteh »*.«icd uc\cr!o.,4— N) nipiilly l»e> came and vkeot; So paute Wilt leit in all the r • >i)g, >or while they bst*mwrd «tiiiuiey lent. All day the anodiand minitrrli lang, »s nail lert were m »bc laavM Aitir; And ofteo oVr ro> dov'-rauy rang Thai«pir(al»iuc win<ed Vitibir. Afaribe tUtely nverawiyrd. And irturrtl itaril i«i g.^ni ««eH*: While here the bruukkt Uaaced and pUyed, Aid gaily rung lU iujUid belli. The ipnaga >i>r tbeir mital flood, Aid iu> c AH'fii cirut lu »(Jc It wine. iad (jU f I'lund wha! kisg ) lood Orea' ob ibe Hiirt<t-forg<>iten vine. Die wow nr arrl or ruumr'g Í' tatr, Tonhnor le »c their hope to rimib. And aheii the rarry mgb raoii by. \Bd lUTipsiig I ii.kcu Hito tti> ceil, rhrn «II hetateii ibr e irtb nnd iky Wai nie'fl lA a luj'-er iprt:, A beiglit. .«ud depth, --'-i breadth mbhme, O'rrepfeaii tbe accne .siiij iwbed Itir Cntil k.te'Aiiy and l> if seenfd drowning thnr dividing ban. Aud ymeei auirb Ihr (Iav ne'er bear*. And V iv»n« a*!! rh Ibr tun oe er *rt« Krnia eartb 4nu tnnu the ilittriDt ai>h< if«, Camr (M the mn*    and    the brr«:f. Tbui <Uy and n gb« n y ipiM «•«« Id luvf with iImi aluch r-tund ine abt.ii? • B( rl My Cai n heart (ul y knew mfckc. Verdant Smith 1 They make no fx- have biea made, aud every few dayi public cntf. They limpl) tell him with an air that i cyjc|o»ity baa beeu excited by tbe rtpori of tbe ’    .l-a*u...... a.    g ^reaeurc, a ikcleton.or a pofiiun of aiitujue armor aiuoug tbe mini ol aome old hotel, hut of all tbcie lepkirli, iuuie true aud iome faUe, "<me have cau»ed tuch on agi demands his congraiuíatioDi, that they picked up a n)(t)oh hr the way, aod stopped to do it. “Vouse^/^sayi the principal, ■ we goes ii- far all we c«u get, thcaeiuuea, aud there’s no one of aiyboJy’s jtrumblinR. Kasc yon tation aa mat ot me discovery oi ♦brer «kclc- aee, if one don’t want us another will^ and    gud a woiuaí., buried side by its no favor for anybody to employ ui a week b^ueath the cellar flowr of the hotel which either side the first of May. ’ Tbe    ¡    was ouce the property and residence of tiit tcrius. a<i he iivi this; aud Smith [lerceiyiug I    Briuviliicrs, that celebrated the streDjtth of the carlmau’s position, wisely criminal, whose lume goes dowu to posterity make* no reply.    I with that of Saint Gerau, I’euanticr, «c. I nc They beem to load. Juat as they g«t f®icly ] hotel, situated iu the rue St. l*a»l, was lorn at work, tnc Hrown* (the Smith’s successors)    week?* ago, to give room ;ur *    ■'    enUrgiDg the street. Ifciorc beginning the sad liUlc story w hich seeuii to ns tbe natural --------------— ------- solution to the mystery a hich iiivelopts thi-st: renter in brutality. He is furious because ¡ ^hidetons. we naay ,^*.11 give you a i*Dort the Smiths are not "clean gone.” He “can t ¡ ggcich of the Marchioness’ lile, as mauy ul wait here all day in the street.” He orders ypnc rrtderi may not he familiar with it. bia men to ‘ carry the Ihingi into the house,” j Marie Magdalciuc, Mirchioncis Jc HrÍEviU and heads tbe column, himself, with a costly    pf the must Uautitul wumm of rocking-chair: Smith, it the head of bis laen, Ute court of JjouUXVI, At cighl-cu years desciuds, with a bureau, from the second |p| age ¡>he was married to the Marijuis. briug-tlo(>r.    lug him a dowry </f several inillioui of fraucs. arrive, with ail appalling display of stock.--Brown is a vulgar fellow, who has loddeoly become rich, and whose ideas of maulincis all “Tht*) met—*twas In a crowd,*' on the stairs, aud aSmith “Thougbl that Hrowu wouldibun him," wherewith to saiisfy his creditor», and lua blchim lo continué the life of cxliafaKaut debaucu to which he bad beeu accuslomeu •iiicc his majority. Toe .Marcbioneis, though -but he didn’t aud th. coiueq-aenfe wa«, the.v ; » small, delicate, rclined v-oman iii look, aud ame iu colli,ion, or rather, Jimith’s biirei.i m.uneri, aa, alrrtd.v l.u.iliar »ilh vicv, and and liruwu'i rockiug-cbair came in collision. Now, said bureau was au old-fasbioned, hard even crime, at thecs-ly ipochof her manuge, aud the persons by whom she was alterwardi a'ood'affair, made for aervica, «hile lliowi,’, > most intiroatelv couuieled « ere roekiu*-cli.i'«a.a flimiy, ihnwy fabric „f ] little calrnlated to rcdetm her from .no.lvrn make. The meetinir on the stairt oe- »“d put htr in the I'aths of viiliic. riiedn- sipatiou ol herhiiskai.dand brr own ri'.risa-eauce soon led bo’h to iLi' biiuk of pcruiii uiudrrn make. The meetinp on the stain oe casiuui lomc tquceiiujt, aud more itnmblin*, and Bro*u snddenljr find, hiui»ell anJ chair under the bureau, to the great injurv of hit penouaudhi, furniture. (Bro»n haa liucc recovered, but the case of tbe rocking chair is ill! ar; ruin. About lhi« tiu-f, Inc .MarcLioucss made the acquaintance of the (,'hevaliti dr St. Cfoii, a jouiig courtier of mvitrrioiii birth, aud more mjswrioui lolunc, but «ho. It thr time we are, «iitiapUiu in the Kiug’i guards. A I'ieiidship sprung up 1,»» a.a'tltIra.ari, k*o...7,nlVfi’’ VlllJuik, . B»It” ‘if- ja «aij Mlwa T%Wi Jclcarlji ltfr,ri}i#»ifií$ hpa**< «•>uksa*orMfo-:,,rn. /VW‘l    tiithf    r    vofft, Till' •'rbílf •*>'« t If, Mid. l*h»    ^ I nsr a «TiVi' ^ w iiitir u.ct tkilhin IU, a,i« hsd nr.,., th, I hjiU It ,nic 1 SOSU OK 111)1"*“'"“: _   W t?i as H»rt and « Whda I mn »i.ikii>gtliint ^ Mauyarsdyug.t.auy «r«.7^‘h. iiS, t uv«0B(U/*'J< Ral.lipUft iht tBcthsrisar. iini » i./, IbSltMW . lar.iina » •■Ml St.Tr Mat. Up taps Tis a cuauy emiio «iih • iii*r •< raai Hut nut lou Jtmy lor (u< k lu uait ' Crtks*tinul«f«ifl nu. ii. R«M"j).t«p. Il Wilfi t>i»ir arid rurf U' Lrtti* alia ' a cipuu < i,>.' iH iM hrr knrV line «iilih .t i 1-t iiurdrnaiif Up'S in >•' ^ considered hoprle»a ) The diacomtiture in-ccnsta the Browns lo a high degree, and they determínelo be aa auuujing »i po»«ible,»o   i m . . they peril,tin brin*ing thnr furniture into between St. l.roii and Madame de Bnuvll-the hinuie, and up ttair,, ai thr Sinilbi are lien which loon ripened into a more teuüer ‘a^ymglhcinout of the hou^-. and down .............’    -....... *" alairi. Collision, are, of course, the order ot the day ; but tbe Smith, do not niind this much. II they have a great advautagc, vii : light on tbil |Hjiiit, abd order, his forrea to rrmim quiet, while the foe evacuate, tbe pirm-■sea; so tbe Smith t retire in peace-aud much of Ihrir turuitiirc lu piece.. I'he lour carta funu quite a retpsctable pro-ceaaiuu, but there i, no disguiaiug the fact tbit thr lurnitnre lo<iki very shabby (aud aeutiuicut, aud finally, casting all diigiiiia aiide, iha ibaudoucd bcr hiuusnd aud two rhildicu, at tbiir cuuutry u-at and went li-I'aria to rraidr with St. I’roix iii the Lutal 11 the rue Sf I'lul. It wa, birr that SI. Crvi.f langni ncrinr laiai lenci «men uc liaanamed while a prituurr a few moutha lu tin fia» tile, where hii room liiitr waa that ( lahtful-ly renowned llaliiii Kiili, diiveii from lUiuir on account of his nunieruu. poiaonin.s, aud arrested at I'aria and thrown into the Haitile where hr dird, yean aiterwardi. St. l.'roix lunud hit mi.trria an apt pupil. She began her ripuriiiicnl, u|wn hrr «iitiug niiid, and upon the lick m the hospital», where ibe via- wboiefuruiture dot, not look ilitbb) piled on carta?) 10, tbe Smith, prudently take a back    .    . .    ,    .    •    i. atreet, that no one may aecute them uf own- i itcf    ais    lad)    of    charity.    Numbera    nflhe lal- lugit. Smith has to carry the bthy and a    ter died,    iqnie liugcringly,    asd other# lU'fdeu larga mirror, which Mra. S.wai afraid to iruat to the cartuien, there being no iuiuraucr ly. and lliough tl rir bodita wrra opened uolhiog «aievardiiruTcrrd which could give either. It bciug a wiudy day, hoth the any sii.picioii of Ihrlruacanseulthrir death ...rrur and Smith a hat veer to all point, of l ir Kiili and hialullowrr, St. Croil, ware ooi the couipaai, while the baby grow, very red , ordinary poiioner», they ware irtiala, like the in the at ool being able to (Hnie», him-1 Madicia and Borgiia. For them, murder wa« •elf of them Between the wind, the mirror. i an art. and they bad lubinitled ll to liird and hia hat aud the baby, Smith ha, an ulpleu-1 positive riile«,eonstqucdlly, they had rearhtd ant walk of it. About ten u'cluck they arrivt at tbeir new rcaidcnce, and find, to thrir horror, tnat tin ir that point, when interest waa no lunger llifir only motive, but an irraaiitible de irr of i xjier-imruiatiun. (lod baa leirrved erfalw» Im i'to morrow . rifii aurrow, prtnleccssois bsvt but bvgua to mov»*. 1 he; ‘ divin# iwwsr, «iitj bts «U«iidoii«l «le«irur-«Huirn the rrisou. Th« ftminiui* htid ul; tiou to lit hnmiii |Miwrr¿ the remit uf this is titiblisbiiiiiit InfurtiJi Ibtm. with Ittr* Ibst ma oftei thmks be makes hiuiM If .    .1.. a    .a.    a    ..sL    i*„.l    I.a    ..Sk    is.    m    u*    1..,.»» ;vvr n. iied ' ibi lb.. wary . on a of (bay I of a who : who tor I aty, 'McU ioK •ti !(»«• tba r#* iM , ..Mh-v    Tlnie "IHC I Mill I,II III, •VH.t J b^ jH.nvf t.vr iit-ieen ai,.| |sd Ibe; uniiM »..)« i„ ürti W.nh .va||.‘)« rl»«. V anmntalni l.iwer be; ■id «'It nialtw Die 'icmi', W.l Wi ' wl t.Tlilu I»lr •! r>t II,at (I.kI i.b, vurac.l •Mlj *|;'1 .gala, lt'r?!i *"    *"**•    pwatuec, •'flert In pl.iurk. ['«" Ik. a.^„ a. 'ah Im fora .| ^    ««an.,, ,«natd iih , SoriabilV t H‘« I I arouldwd V'aal'U tnat UndtW"ii« nil tg| I,», Uui gantt) *"^1) ini 'i. " ‘\l'«ailofh,.„, plan I I'he preference which the bad lelt atfiistfur M. de Vilaerdehad yielded afier a few day. to the love which the young Inahiuan iuipired m her. Bnt how drive from tbe romantic of-licer', heart the ehsstc teiiderueia he bad vowed to M lie de Valarede? At luv price tbit budding attachment miiit be broken up, the coldneiiof Henry U'Fley conquered, and if any favorable accident preMDtcd itself, ae she had reason tu hopc.ibe would, by tba tauie blow, teize upon tbe large forinnea of the two yosag people. One evening, when iu the Marchionei,' auiuptiiou, saloon, the little urty hidexhini-ted all the aiuuiemcut which the limited resources of Bourbuune could of ier. the hostesi. presaing .M'lle Vilircdc'i hand, in her,, laid, lauehiuu'ly: "My btaiitifnl young friend, 1 have a very ,ad piece of new, to give you; 1 mnat to-idorrow, Irave lor f’lria." ‘Wbatl already?" exclaim id .M'lle de Va-larede. "Ala,' yes, my angel, my Lnsbaod prciii, me to retiira, and my friends at court reproach me aerionsly fo my long stay here I’hey do unt know that I am under the iutlnence uf a magnet wliicli attracts and retains me, and which wonld reiidrrtheialicitaliousbf friendship vain, if the voice ol duty were not added to their prayer,.’’ "youare uottuing to leave us?" cried M. de Valari'de au 1 tbe young officer together. "I miiit,” ri.Mied .Aladame de Beinvillier,, ‘‘and I am much *0 be pitied. But if you conaent, my good Iri.rd», we will not sepárate yet; there II a ineiu* for indefinitely adjourning this cruel lepiration." "What I, it? tell us?' cried the yonng lady and the twu gentlemen. "Itisfor you to go with me to I’arii. .M. O'Flryuiuit necessarily pas, their to go to Fingla'iid. By setting off to-morrow hcwi'l only shorten hii intended tta) a little. Ai (ir you. my beautiful young trieud, and your brother, vnu are people ol leisure: what di'tfer-euce duel it make tu you whether you are here or therr? Voiir health il perfectly re.tored, aud the journey, by ihort stages, cannot fatigue von. Uiice ill Farii, 1 will aiinrr yon good bet I tb, you will all three lodge in my Hotel, and it will be gnat j'ly for incto iuiti-at" ,011 into ail Iha plaasurei and wonder, ul theopital I undcrUke. my beauty, to present you at court, wbcic your birth, yuiir merit and i our charm, cannot fail ti ha appreciated, Von will conteiuii ate the grcsif»t kini' mthe world, in 111 Li, glory, and you will Oe iuvitcd tu tba fetra of VettillUt and St (ierinain,." Thcie iiromitri glistened like lapphirr, be. fore M'lle de Valarede', eyr,; ,he lookedat her brother, and thru, throwing bertrlfinlo .Madame d« liriuvillii r', arm,, ,«id; "Ynu arc thr brat tiid iiioat deligbtfiil of fiiend,." ,he eriid, • but yon do not uyiler-,tand our diltirnllic,. Iletidt, bnriug here only avcry inodrat cquippage. my brother re-reived, i lew day, aits, tnc price ul a pierr ol land hr ha, Mild,and we have with iiiunrhnu* dred aud twenty tbouaaud franca ’’ "Dbl that I,only a trille!" rielaimed Mad imrda Briiivillin, herty.i at the ,sme time tpnrkling with joy, "my valet, who will lol low II, in laiither carnage, will relirvayuu III alt Cara about tbe money; beside, you have »poken of yniir intauliuii to buy apires »1 land in Normiudv, lo at to ba near (’,n■.— l hit lunnry.theratorr, will nut loiigriuba,-ras, you " 'I'he .Marrhiunc,, iiertiiadad brr liitnrr, to eloqueni'V that they at last agreed to Kt out, notoa the''cit day but tba day allrr. Iliis of hi, pirenta, or ditpood to nnarrvalne taeir' i»u, withont peeaniary ,Dpport, to ataer ay kiidacit whieh bad piactd him there. Per-' furM! a, I might or eonld. A ncglecUd tdi-hap, tu, ,'dtut devotion to the .jtt»»; uf eatan wu improved by my own irrtgnlar el-Fiome Indutt'V " may have had it, wain e uoo,. without the benefit of ijttematic ia-,n the Sl«'be» 'of ntnover «¡.ere he arly slrnrtio.j. I ,tcdied law principallv la the learned what economy aa'l iadu.trj can ae- • ‘B'c of a lameatwi friend—the late t^craor eomplith, with iinali a.ctni anJ egamtlad- L'wke—then Auarnay-(lentral in Virginia, verw fortune, and if he n t p;oud ot hi,. *»d »'vo u-.der the auspiee, of the venerable bomfcs[>UB    »»•»    |rls¿    s^st    oi*    iMCatr,    (*htDctIlor    Wvtht,    for    «bos 1 .Metsrt. LiaJsay ft BiahitUu. are publ'sh- bad uot robbed her own coioforhi. or lucarrad Lad acted u amanneasu. I oauiaed a lieenae (From arthsr'. H im* Cuel'.. THE BOYHOOD OF HBlIkT CLAY. hta tuequip bimabuvin'. patui..- , av-aas to practiee the p-oteMion from Use Jadgas ol Me eannal uert r'-f'»:n fr r. a» ♦ rati-.' Ayq cr*, '4 V-.-ginu and eat s> ment '.ife.-ed at a F"..r'h of July d,-...~, ia,J"h<- a-J-'f “ Lexington, in 1797 wiÜMnt leeilent 'seiieaSl volume, ealleJ 'I'ne Voong Amenean', Lihrarj. ' lia lo diacovrr. All -hat was known, was that, | ia.t t>vw* iii the ae> ica ia a weii written if       .    .. about iLu time, the .Marcfaioutis went out ,f Henry L'iay. from whi-h wv make ao inte t'ampbel' conntv. Va. bv Mr. Kohe’1 Hughc!: •'stroni. witnoct the favor aad eonatenaace of every day in Ifloied earriagr lo give the air, re«ting ei’ract.    "Henry Hlay—ie aud fwc-e borael'jsi lo the the grew aad opaleat. «lUont lac mean, of she said, to her young fr,end. with whom the ,vhen i' 17W3 neaee wu nroelaimed He» -    H    Old    Hanove,.    11.,    w,nl-J    bare-I P»'mg my weeaiy b^rd. and m the midat of climate of Pan, did »“4 ¡ r# r j„seventh Tear and had ••“‘* *<> <“d I; be went toroiii, a d ao a <>«. nuuag.iahed by eminent membert. 1 that her drive, were nlw.y, oat»,de ot Pari. ' b«„ fjr ifeu two year.    be    «u    good    to    hi.    mamma    and    n    «a,    remsmber how er.mfortabie I tuonght 1 shWd and often ou the bank, of tbe pretty river    1    know    h.m    like    a    book,    aud    !    lovn    him    be ,1 1 could make oue hnudred poanda, V ir- Bievre. All that wa. tnrlbe. known, ws.    hi.    ?Í?iir    I    r    Henry    .' ''I" • brother. "    ?>»•• Hsone;., per year, and wnat deliBit that, atibe end of a few «eek», MaJame de    ‘    Í"    (J    cíergímía    Henry    Clay    wu    «hat    may    bete-me.auei-    recuvtu the luwl IdUen .hi.ling,'fee My Brii.villier..pre,dabot,tthatbesyoDngvi.,.,l‘7','“l“^LViJ_Jui. u. J.S “.’itraele^ the office of Mr. Tin.!.;., f.jr hope were more than reH,ied-pf immedute- hu,.. U.S. t.uaa. .as s. uu auva. wWrTAQl Ol ÜUd.ílU ItU OOffitUlOnH "    ' hopmgthat her native air would rutoreM lie    record    of    dj,.    '    The favor.a. procured at the eyuest mliei- '<•*•• deV.lmd. fdlivalth »»•    |«>ngniahed    mew.    Unt    he    wu remembered '•«>«“ H hi. friand,. If he had be*n idie. I ring all that .he gave cou.Untly    reeolleetiun. went "•dHgeat. or inefficient, , will f add» be the brother and lister the titaiiKiisuu, prfpar-^ ^ man tsli- s«PpoieJ iDii be coujd cut utire retimed hi» ed by hertoBatisu.Btlheaame Uaie.her Cl-place He was pul to tbe taak ol eopyiuii- [Fr-m ihe .gotraiown Raflatar. YBE OLD HAH S DEATH. her diuppoiuted love and her j.alousr.    and of all drndgery, tUt of writing oil the Thelri.h eaptain’ fa:thlul to    |    ,he    pie„,„t „,e„ory of the man Vho.e    mterminable word, of legal doeumenU ' ‘ ihich he hid .olemoly made, a. rirsit in 1 aru ,    ,n.tructioi,-ao often IU ■T Biaar TturLt. luterrnpted— - •    tookt    tirc.ome.    Correetucs    and    clean    it    wu    a    sweet    day    ui    the    moath    of Jnne, writiugtre reqnired, blot,, mitipellinz and : and ao aged man and child wyri .iowjy w cad-nterlineation, cannot be tolerated. And al- ing iheir way aloug i 'ttu whien led inroogh when Madame de Brinvillitr,. «hornet him , • though tbs death of the father jt a though lawyer, themselve, are proserb,al f'jr I a greca aud iertiie viiley. N'alnre displayed on the steps of her hotel aiiuoiiured lo him, ¡¡rest mulorinne there i, a relief for it in the bad peomiii.hip the clerks who copy doen- uer covuiiait cnarmi, aud the bine arch of with a iui'ie, that M. and .M ile Va arede had    i,    „r    .haracier and the mtuu for reference or for record, mnit wpte ,.;aveu wu w unoul a cloud lo mar the gor- returned to Langcedoc. The joiit g olfioer bringiog lorwirc of mental strength which    ‘o'*    band.    He    loon    woa    the    ;    gcouauei- of it, imagery The bird, were •'            •    are the clfectofthecixeof awidowadmolher. ' ;HP'*“****iai'ffice eompiniouvandalthuugh ¡.«eetly raroihug their;»imple meiooiea, and seemed thnnder.struck, but «u ideuly    tne eiieci oi tne caxeoi a widowaa motner rightfnl.n.pieion flashed «row bis m^^    her ,w,y be gentle, yet in the ea.e he ra,.ed himself to hi. full helfht, and ixiDg    chilurtn the bereived    we often read upon the .Marehione,, a lorik, full ot indigna. :    „adle-oat of weakoe»! cometL tion and ha red, be cried : "Lomse would strength. The bov. during hii father . life is never have left this houae alive bout ,n- a.pcidenl. bnt-.o'the feebleneu ot hi. moth-forming me of it. f wi.h to .ee her, give er be become, aprotector; and i.early taught her back to me. mídame, or tremole at my    „,„e ‘eeo a child, di.pu.ed tobe “'IP*'''    ,    ,    I.-    .1    ' and uttful. miv prove in the world. The,e worJ., and the manner in ahich the,    ,    j    to    ,ee her were pronounced in pre.eneeoi,everil of the ,ou ,cl,xe the reaard of m. earlv ludu.lrv urvaut,, made tbe •Marchiuue,. fiar ibit the j    {¡,,,,    -    j,. icece might beeome ooeof peril lor her. ishe ,arrived until 1W7 at which date M'r. Clav gave Henry O Fley one ot Her most hewiteh-    ¡j, _ lug looka-j^nveloped him, ,u to ,ay. beueath sb,. ,»tche.d with a m'olher'. houe.t eiuUa-a net-work of irrcistible «'s. aud, in    urogri.»,aud with a mother', her most cares,ing .oice.,aid:    deep affection r.'joiced that pohlic dntie. never “\ouaresch'id,andyoiiputy«nr,elf ma    h.,    heart    frmn    hi.    domettie rtla- p.,,1011 without canse. Come with me. and 1    qneoched the .acred feeling, of filial will give yon the mean, of rijomiiig L'«ii,e ,    and obedience. and her brother. In a few will be r    theelectioa of re-nnited. and it «ill b< neur more lo part 5^44 ^.^en [j^ry Clav wa, a raodidate for The,e word,, whcae hidden meauiu,- waa Presidency, was a ruddy lad monnted like a two-edj.d .word ditsipated ine young ^    »,jaie.    Thu man .anger at once. He Ihri w hira.elf at he rilerred to hi. iirly boyhood when iu com-lett of the Miirchiouefi, Hirably »ikiu< j«.-    thonfcinii ot his Tounjc conntry- don for hi, brutaluy, aud kiwiiig her hands    ptriormed hi, part 'ol the labor, of with, .aid:    the house aud bomMteau. A cardinal reqni- " Too indulgent friend, deign to lorget my    .    ,    •    .    .    1 fault aud uuly remember my IDV grief." The Marrhionets 0,'d. That >eiue night the yonngett clerk, hia superior sbilitie, gave him prte-deuce IU their regard H ' did nut buy their guod opiuiou by partacrship in their fullie.. He wu not me'tly a ■'pieastnt fellow,’’ (or when the othera out of office Hour,, devoted themselves U> amutement. Henry Clay applied him,elf to hi, beedii. He *a, a moat usiduon, .tndeot aud vcri>'.<l iu his experience tfaatchtuge of orcnpatiou it re lief and rest. Mauy young men aaek in vam ior recreation in the eicuemeut ot the theatre, or even more questionable piares, labor-iug harder, and fstizmng the miod and body mnre in the pursnit of amusement, than they wonld in the calm proaecntion of tome nie-ful empicymeut. Henry Clay hada higher ambitionthiu toreinaiu a copyiit of there, siilti of the legal knowledge of 'ithers. He tilled up hit leisure honr, iattiidy. The hint, of erudition w hich be obUintd m hu routine ot occupaliona, caused him tu thirst for knowledge aud to iU requisition he ap-liid him.etf with earntstneii. Merit eusurei incceii. Amoug thou whom busineis bronght irequen'ly into the office ol .Mr. Tinsley, wu a venerable mai., whose own life and experience reeommtuded to fan no iih light aud ueiry hearts leaped amid tha u.a,»cBw« ut tac tureat traca. And the tnrf ever wh'Ch they trod wasaf aoit us the earpct dan altar. Wood and water—the one drest-cd in Its roha uf rienoat greca to piaaae tac mind aad captiaate Ue faacy, the oiber gur-g.iagaod hummmg wme pieaunt taue aa it ptd o ertUe stoaes aad pcnblet. Both were itriaiDgiy beaatifolaad lovely. Over the Aill tad laruugh the valley they passed, fhe utd maa aas ftcble, but tae juuug girl strong and in the blc>»m oi youth Like a lambkin at play, the danced wioog aad euliad the upeaiug flower, that Ul tae mcadoai by the sideol the path. Yc»: 6priug and W inter traveled together the >«mc path, through the same grusy meadow, u er the same hiii- side—Spring with her toaty hiqaet ui limid.loreiyi little aiid liuwers.thal grow in that beauUlai spot—Winter with uoary locks, that thy Khtlered o’ar hu cold «.id icy brow. But the old min wu feeble and taturing, aud they pained to real beneath the thaduw »t wu aucieul oa ., that flnug iueool, retreth-iog shade over the ground, and beneath whuM shadow srmekindoB had made a rnatie «at went to join, poisoned in his luni. the dead [jj,    taueied 'dignigtv by imposing nndue ' wealth—more daugeroui, perhap,    than the | meucing Uerseawiu ol sunny day, aud flu Udiesot M. and M lie de\aiarede, buried. 1,^0^ u pu mother or'.ister Theie i, no ¡empUlion, ot jioverty. He ,    .    1,1    1,    r    «L    k    lauui U «.'U UIUIUTI vg, acatci    i-    tav probsbly.m the dirk celUr» o. the cursed mor» noble triit of rh»rarler than Keaero»ity. huf'C    Ik    11,    *“<* I*' •1'“ lecrifTe. pride, or ovtrcomc, the three , ,nUulcoce tor the assulauceof others, ia mr>re It now rrnixin, to be aikrd. an ikeleton, found by the workmen in demolish-    (,is    Mlf-denial.    poor    though ing the hotel, those of the unlorliinale bithe.'s    ,p,¡,    (|    j,e    cjuh'    ' Bonrbonne? fhe .iippo-ition seem* ria- n.ud mouev which he need not count.— '    he had commenced m manhood lo n.'sbJe; ar.d wbau we c.n.i i-r that, willi tu<    j,,    ,    h««k,«ud    ,    r«ov.r    th.    time he hat I0.1: a^d .•-e.e.a- ne. wrrv foqr.d a few jewris and atgofd    -    between    the    home    a..d    the    mill,    fully    had    he    laborel, thai at rh. mioe ww.pea* .ce dated lWi.> tbi. double diseovtry he. doub» felt more content than when in if- ke waa ,ole Cnaueeltorof the 6t«te of Virgin- -..... 'juld    throw    hway,    with    lav- of Bonrbonne?     —    --    •    ■ ■nuabii bT»}' ^    .    uu    hlOtlU'.    ICJ    t lU'Vf C VLIUini h Lh««l4 WUCI comes almosi a iH^wf ¡a SDpportol taer^u    bore the Public burthen. 4'ven.    ^    -Vlcl).    I '¡'lie ihiiy scnooi hdvaulagt, of Henrv    Clav meteor, which waiobserveu in thiseity IFIth nit', wa, seen, alively large exteut such pheiiomciia «ere tion, awe, aud regan could see the luras to di.kipation which surrounded the young and he admired tae strtdiness with whicn Henry resisted them. Hi knew what induitry could «cumpUsb; fur after btviug waited the year, which arc UiUiily devoted i>. .a.itriiit which hefiilcd (or i.'-cntyyea.-«— w ithout repruacD-witfioUt iu.piciuu Con- Iklore ihcia lu la tbe dislauce tbe water «I a lahc flowed on peuefuity and slow, while It, crvstai-like tnilKc duzled the eye by lU hrigutceas. Us uauks were thicaly ut with spreaJiug wiliows, aud wild ruses clustered ...ere lu tweet prolusion. Whiie beyond i.uij tne diepuest of me valley, a little vil-lagc reared ua baad. and tha tpire of 111 iiapel fWM high in the air aad wu vuiklc to tneeie waea Ur diataut. New the ana waa •il uj'ng elea.'-iy iu the ature expaa« of hetveu, d 1, ais beam, trli npou the peaceful aad nre either globi t ol light, ahootiug sta blazing melallie st'int». These latter ai no glau w indows—li iudced, it bad any wiu- picuoui before the Kevolution, in the V irgin-■ fillet village, it seemeu a Firadiie aUmber la Legitlalure, aa an ard>ut patriot, a delegate . mg aoiid iBe bosom ul Ldcn. .And tbere too awlully still, tae white ercdai'onad, «üich told of brigat and pore, cow no tarta. ailcuca on the fwiry aeeae, reciiun developed the character ot the yuuiig , «hieh, lihe wuje gorgeous panorama, lay cleik, and the employ me.nti which ho assLu- j stretched before .heir deiighttu visiona. The edtufaim lusreased. while in a deg.->e they | uee ol the yomig child «a» lighted with the blazing meUllie it'ine.. 1 heir taller are    li    is ,tij that the onli iper- ed to him iuarca.ed, while in a deg.-.e they uce ol the young child «4» „ palled aerolitea. an.l ua»e bteu kuuwii eser „ through which ligh'entered «at tbe open 1 “et Vh» ikiratlor knowledge which ktjU a'lve | glow of pleasure, ana every ioature spoke the Mncelhedawnof hi.tury. 'fhe nrf-t reeor- ■ ii-„ to—' -j hi, arithmetic the embitiou of itury Clay....... 1    uciighl    oi ner heart. Lde a ded oue leil in .t:azil, and is estimited t weigh fourteen Ihonuud jioundi. '1 iiey an pompnted to move at a mean velority of Iweii ty uiilp, a spcouJ. lu ihrpe or tour 1 a* they have killed men in filliug. loward door. Henry went forward in hi, arithmetic at far a, "Fr'aeticc” a rule which iu the old style if leaphiag. was jurt far enough from milt, under iiuit.and leu, anJer tent," to ncahle the pilgrim among liguret to "see, - , .    . through the book. .Vo deiibt Henrv wa, verv Ury of the chaucellor, though uominaify 10 in', tu’iliou; end Mr. Tin.ley t oflice. lae ttud.ea of Laau-cellor Wythe were prosecuted with great in-duairy tar---acuiag .tsearch in learaing _____________ury    Clay Cnincellur Wythe prucutedfrom Mr.Tii.,-ley the urvices ot Henry Clay, a, an occasional secretary to cony hr, dccnion, At leugih ho Oecame, in elfoct, the privzle secre- uelighl 01 Oer heart. Life appeared to ker a, ajouriicy arighs throogh beus of roaei. and vLe, twept as Cuhmere. Noclooda of dii-t'es, darkened the rtesr homzon ot the bea-Vena, aud no viTid lightning flash, nor deaf-euiug thouder peal, tore'.old the coming storm, auc revetted in tha sunlight like a ' ring of another world, to pure, ao gnileleu _    _____„ _    _    ,    waaherwjul. .And young a, «he wu. the et- iiioiuei oiiu e.,ie.    ....    fc.try    Mid    sound    jodgmcut,    ne    had    few    j c;;jni,ng s-eae tilled tat innerm-Tat receue, Heiir» watiheseventl child, must have’a'-f- «"Id’”»',; »nd lor a lad iiae Heury City tobe, ,1 her b-. .rt with p.y, aud holy thoughu td bia nrourm. Horn,' eduealion doe, often such a man , p.'^ivale ur -ury, wu lUelt M cla.lertd there like llowerei, in tome wood y    I    f    ■    I    I    s    2..-.AS.....    *.«.1    «■««*    swmf—    tss    wkaaa    —    I    —el — I    A.»Aa..*««a.jJ iDure tuAu cau be •ccou’niianeU m toe le . ^ ...    .    I    .    *i    llirUUkiQ    llzC DIKJR. .Nu u*uui finir» 1* •» YCl T , • the close of the ‘**‘ «'*.tudioii, nndei Mr. f)e«on’, tuiliou; and 3 theosa.d ofl.,ese»n.oe--, mo»tl» .mrll, how -    t,„ (.iher’,’,ibr«ry, whit remair.ed e ever, fell m France, and almo.t simu.. .»e-    (;    ,i,„u., «a. o.elul to him. Hi. J of them tell I'l Indu    . and other plipel.    i,..    Henry    wa, (he seventl child, must have a'-f- It wa. foririerly believed that aerolite, w e e ? pr„„re„. Horn,' eduealion doe. often ;tone. pjeeted Irom voIpsuop..    .Vme pbll-    iccomplijhed in the fe» omphers, bu««ver,    ‘‘f. ,hour, daily .pent in school. Many honr. ev- ongin.ted Id the f ,ion ol earthy apd me 1 lie j.y, uu/«r 1 stritige in.t'uetor, will do material, by eleetricuy-the pMsaae, “« ibe    -j    „ot alter from the upper ildios ihere. pni iuciuc    ............k...,_______...,i latter from the upper atmosphere. ueioc    the    brgiuuer;    and    ippar the meteoric apiiearincp thiy ,aid Oihtr#    ,uj»il    opporlunilie.,    it    home    inllience anerteutbit tlieeleiueiilsollhe lerolPt- exi- i/.,,. ■« ;¡| nroduce great results led lu the almosphere,    and that t.eitriei'.j    ,    e    ... combiupd and |.rtcipd.led them ou the earlh. , l.ater rcearetie. luonced ihe .uppo».! on    y,. Nearly all 00,. can recol- -h.tlbe.estrauKe    m'sbt b« P,,.jeeM    u,,    y.4i,h    in'r.v were    it- from lunar volcanor,. .Vit it ha. laneied 4 j „„ (raving thr fiaiiliarobject, that they were iia.:ii,eat. "I a    ‘b*‘    2t home aud pi.sing the srrutiny of other and Sparc on    'dcrlads.    .At rrhuol,or iu a store, a shop or pied the spate probably Mar.and Jupiter, But asobserv.l.o;.. on the „    ,4,    „l    ..t.ardiie.s pbenumena ol mete .rs luereas,«, al the.e    oecupation, *hu«*tbe The older Juration. And nut only lu tlrieCy legal kaowledge, bat in Iheelu'sics in^, in pilite literature, me friendly advice of the t'hiuceilor «at (he guide of the yonug elerk. ,,    .    ,'l.    ...    I    snuw.iue UÜS1CC so ill a'iasuraac. I lie Miue, now grnerally hel.ried, by me. of «.euee ^^4 «.u.tomej clerk,, apprintice. or stu-that aerolite, are .ndr|wndeut hod..,, i-oving    4^    ^ •-rough .pace which, on approach..^^^^^^    which the earm. becume ignued, rush Uiwir l it,    ,    p„,ed. and thev are not Ji. d arc preeipita ed by allraciion um.d ^    4,    i„,bririog    to iplwe. Humoult a-.d lleiKhel, all told, or    annovineeon tbeirauceeatin. Id, thi, opidiun    In    the ttore "f .Mr'. Htnnv, Henry remiin. landpcrhapswith uouightrouje" t!wnamu. Aerolite, hive frequently been analyzed.    M, have ao r'fc-ord «I the m.'u-' meat. Uiury Clay read «ith «■ objrrt ti itthej e-oiiUmnonrw.uotUneei. audgru-    hi.    lei.u.e    time,    if    he    ,    e.ideat from the l«t that when hi, ua.ue be, ■’1    '**'*Hy    >'.nixrteJ "1    *■'*"*    tuuud any,and can only judge by hi, .oaduat been anlercd fur about iiea uu.y, a. i ,'n- etal, aud ,.I alkali, and earths have beeu    j    ,(,. /e.uUsr.f fai, li|e. He deutof law in the olfice of Attorney (..neta, lected 10 Ih-m, and, loadditiui. . arbou,    |,i,    own    edueation. that it «I, "aeg- Brooke, he wu admitted to prieiiee by th- fuehinted bower Ba' aalho uid man gazed, tbuoghls widely dif'ereut filled hi, miud sud flitted tbrougn his braia. He thought uf other days, aud as uis mrroory l ew u er tbe past and dimly re-•ailed its mauy Irnitraied nopts, lU aorrow, ■»ud carca, auu Iheu .titled ou the drear rt-,.itu« ul Ibe present—me music uf Joy alt l.partfJiud tae ruse, of hope all goue—old aud wtakucii, aud the grave yawning ociieatu hi, teit—the Utr, wet hi, wrinkled cueekf. aud pangs ot Mirrow piarced hi, bcait liieu nearer tu bis breast he drew the fair young girl and killed bcr shiniog bruw. He 'ir.'tct Iron, hrr temple, the gluasy ringlet, hicb enverad them, aud smiled to behold her - i I. s. I s..    \    ' a ^-...-«.*...*1,. 2 ..-ss- WoMai.—it u a sromta'i aaUra to yeora and droap for love—to thriak u miMy from a tiHielg path—to iosig for M»me aapportiig arm on which to real her weaknc—,ome lympa-thuiag boeom to which the can tmst hei joy, and her Mrrowa. She loeki to maa, herasstu-ralprotMtur. No tcoe-heancd wumaa bat au till, feeliag horn with her, implanted there by God himaelf; but it 11 her coom, too otten, Ui find OB earth no tuefa loving rcit. The -arm atlcelKM.ei her heare a.e too often crashaul ay bitter neglect aud cold indiflercuce; too olteu ia tae bctityed where moat the truited, aud therefore u her lot 10 ud. Despairiug aud broken-hoarted tar twrn, from aaivu 10 naev. . .. Bat when the caa ooec realue that ahe I, the lukjoct of a iuve t, immcaarably tape-rior in conaolatiou and thought, and chaage-leu sympathy, totaatuf maa, aa ihr heaven iiab'sve tae earth; warn ibe eta oeca tael that she haa a friend, wao will "never leave her nor foraake’ ’ har—-lu « bora pity lug a«r •be may pour forth her trials aud grief eithar peU) or graat, which sac woaid »«t, even il •he might, eoafide to man, «cure uot ouljr of pity, bat of oaaiiag—waea she ia couaeiuoa •he 11 navsr loaely—nevar ictt to ker owu eaknea,, bat in her every need will have •treogth lofdMd—then la she ao bieiMd that •he u BO more lonely, no more Md. And tbe worLuf (sod will (ive us thu Ihriee-bicMed cous^tioo; not in Hu gricion, proniiae, alone, thongb they themaelve, wonld be ani-ficient, bat in Uia deolingi with Uia erentnrea. —$'owu% ef lutei. WoMair'i SpacBi.—It wu t giaeefal tarn of speech in the gcntlcmtn, who, when re-mukiug that "womau tbould keep tu her proper sphere," w« uted .harply oy a lajy— "waatis her proper tphtre? ’ Madam!’' replied tbe gcatleiuno-"it ua ccleatial tpterel" Thit, tnoogh at first tight, a mere compii-icat, la repiets with trnta. Tae sphere 01 a Uuf womaa la iade-d a celestial ipuere, and •be is nu angel, it ahe properly adoio, it. it il the peet.inr province ot womau to inspira love; and thu love, to be laiiiag, matt build itMlf on eatccm. Sarely.if lucre be a heaven,"u is oar trust, ' it must bea sphere in which pare love it the itmotpUere; a.i J if there be an object more heautilul toau an-oiher, or more tilted ta impire the purest en-ergie, of womau, it must oe the aiu'umtnt ot taut bleised tutioa in which tbe shall bo au angtlm minutraut in thu her uative M.d peculiar ipheie. Tae itaudard of 1 womia’t excellence—her value in the ucii! utle, ii in all eivil.xed commnnitie,, fixed by hcrtelf. True, in remote ages, or among usage or barbaric nations, the female hat beeu deg.aded, aud foretd to ueeupy a po.itiuu more or leu tub-Krvient, but it u equally true tail examplca of woman , highar astrionu, gleam brigutiy even tarongn '.neaeclouded periods uf her de.-tiny, fscmirimat, Zenobia.Ueopatn,Judiin, Jael, Jezebel and the lovelier eair«tc's ot Kdth and .Abigail, preienu ihemuslTcs toe more vividly, becaose they are isolated proofs uf tbe power ot womau tuiudiriduajize hertelf even lu tbe immensity of history. "By what charms’cinst ihod control thy h.itbiod that? ” wa» uked of the spouse 01 Scipio, li we remember rightly. "I rnia by ooaying!" replied Corueiia. Aud it was this U' ble Kuman m-trou, who impatient ot beiug only kiiawn u the "wife of Scipio, " ti claimed to her sous-"whea shall 1 ba called the mother cf the Gracehu?" Poatezity answered that qneetiou, and posterity shows likewise, the name of a Mary, the mother of Vtuhmgton. Say aot, then that womau hath not her reward. Let her be true to her sphere, exalting by her infloenee the sous and hns-baodt, and fathtrs ot the uition, aod to the list epoch of time, "her children will iite np, and ci'l her bleated." sugcl-lika besdty. Yet! hpriug nestled upon .Oe hOMmot YYiuicrand kissed his snow.deckel 'cy brow. Ihc louniaint uf hrr tears were opened and ».e a ept to see him weep. He raised hia ica-Uaud aud wiped th«m from her brow. itrti d, blit in.pruved by his own irrrgultr ex liwns, witbui.t the benefit uf sytlemilic in- Court of Appeals. It u not tube iiippotad tbal one year eonld confer knowledge ui la  .. .....    ..    .    ,    .    eMIwns. wiIQui.l IDC ocneiii ui sjiicmaiic m- »u«» out »«•» .iieutly appey. ft the eo.iairal theory of    ..    |„    ,(,i, „cj,.k—ottered at an sulficieut to entitle 1 micor to sdmlssiou I llainbolt and Hers bel 11 cornet, we may 1___,k.    d.r.«i.n.i». «k.ekkefeli omr» t! e har and we Ibcrefore infer thil the read after ryea, that har hutbaiid, (>lr Jmat with God by deslruyliig. Siiek, at least, was a courrit.ou w'hirh tba fallacious Mir. . hat been tick in Washington for live | *»• I’tili’t pHde; gliHOuy, pale Alehy theythal in cui.tcqiieure uf this ilfliitlou, who ' AoulJ • ‘Dirm will, wius) haa been liek in Waskiiigton for live I was ftili't pride; gliHOuy, pale Alehymist rhiuuist ticn.rd lo make to tlinii. Her pal-thrythat in cuiiteqiieure uf this alflictiou, who luving tuothi i> Iherart of siikiugthe rooage was «erpleJ with trkusiiorls ul joy by euiiuta not been able tu próvida a new ten. |»eeret of life, bad found that ol ilealb.    M'lleda Ytla.rdr aud barbrothir. itarllai ol bar'll the is quite nil well lud that uuaf At «r have said, at tba time tha' ktadaiur iiy (ha youi g Irisb ufliear, but from diller-the duu’tfrau—*ha has til—is ill alto; that ^|e Brinvillirraconirctid hertelf with Uaiat I *u( mulivet. Ate., tie. iw what la to bseoraa ul them, Croii. hrr furluuei were lu 1 Jr»|ieii(« eondl i 'I h* Jouiig canlaiu’l Iota for the beia'.iful hit head, ghllb sett his hat OB tha b«k ul t,gg 'but sha bad now. lhaukt tu her lover s j lomse larrrMed every day. The itin"tphe>e Cdufetsa. hi ■Afiiultiigat his nark.Hr and u„nderi.thr metutof rr ctlabltskiiig Ibnn. •• I’en* «nd«1 th. rornt, tar from wrakeniag looks moia okj-queucked' His (nrnllure j Imat astu-ed of siiceett by her ri|ierimfnl, (h« t*ntima»U ol Usury t) Fley, lufUiiior-frit tnurd pride I, every minuta. Ha aura unnn the poor, tha kegau to work upon thr phussd.on'ia strioiisiNisaioD. bafitltuiily ditgvodihelkals uour non— rirh. H«r first virluu in high lilr was hrr i what, at tha baths ol iwarbouiit, had brvn grow I out that they    _______ and rtquiil to ba iatv'tsUnd here all tures, with 1 ‘I'brrartutn bawia lo 1 own lalhor. who died of a loug and laeouipre. . only a stroag aduiiratiua. 1    .I'    ■    ‘«svl'feml heraalldtyi" I hentibir disaata, lacuii.pirhriislbla lo all but    Midimr ae Hriavtlliars.wbo wnstiirrouli dri'p tbe    big    trijis."    #d "whara tbrysnall I bisdiiightcr, who unisid him and wateiied    dantr of both luvtrs, rirrasrd tbair hopes and a    gh'itlly    atiupon .Smith van-1 him witn id<«nlion nhick d.iw duwn bIsat.    cunlrlvad lu Issnnttr Ihvni with es-li other . vv-- --^    w,^    f , wx - I pint wign ■niiTsrii'fia v«aa««»a .«•■'«    -- - —    t    •    '^wm    SM    ,-«sis,wqi    «inwu* *«s*l*    «•»!    ,skM«l Muiuifc ul Mrs. JfOk 101 st ■ iquU, to | in»s mimjii btr from ili olio oilumni it. by th#* tniiiloris of hrr rotifi*rl«s loil thu lyinit niu wlicu hertlie^ ua    liU    ||rf fiiinr r»ui' bn loubmtlirr» both «mi-' pfrijv^rtirt of • »p<’^(fy liil'fity. T*» •niTf biUty I# prucur# a y-v» uf b»r iua-: ««ot dh*iIs but sUudniic in thr oay uf h^r «tu-i thr siKAm r •! • fmribU tlrnontffirLt. it ••» Udy muweiilly rfpliii. that    that    erumn to her lilhrr » iir*prriy, f ill.-wrd. It toairr hiiik iuv uunrcissiry    «Ü ifit bsrsUUr'itLra.aDil ftfUr tb»t. ot reply saiuiic's nitn M to Mrs. Jc^" '•bicb i finous Mrioat by »h"St Jialrt cunld toffirrtol iBt^tI»*r!.    '1    claim    ' orolit * '*• I Ikaf f agrcrJ that Iha ea|ititii should set ull iiiiinr ilialrly to'.ralntid. and iflar a luuuih • ab-•rnre briog h«k. with tba ruuscnluf nis lain-ily In his hnl Id, the title of nubility, nlita ly • iiflieiriitly linpiinUd on kit brow aaduii lbs un hit drndiji drngs in bis iib<"'4tor,s. liie bl« la ol his sword. glass mask, «hu h was his only silvguird. The rtp'iir drpsitrd, thrrrfurr The ptr-.    suddenly    brcamd untied and liHt'i (hr llanr. ' Hug did «it Itk» pisea wl'huut tsa'S, deiniii- Ha    igrrn    siihj •’'eehing    into a lliuiisnnd pirres, llrfotr St ' itid by n tnd praernlimeat. A' Hr dr Vila tht "Sanaa    diitrl-^''”*'“'f'bs tba door, nalork il and ' rrdr ojqviird thetrip ruliraly, an ’ ska brggtd wkt kU    Heaps, ha fell lu the lluar n aorpaa, I ker brotkar it laosl W neaompau, Htary U’* At this i mrtura Hmitb fill, inis, g w 1' Uiituna day, as St. I run wii wi iking 0 I resrrie. Ylr thinks that aftrr ill FutPm'd un hit dridiy I light- that the Solidarity alth.Imni.nG* ' 1. in F.jtitv, that "Bolmdy can be haá' ui’.il esaryhody ishappy." '(- -------- tha grul pkiloaopkar, tut I udcr such judicious iustrucliou, Hcurj (    _ wu to triiiicd that hr was mure than able to eope with his compeers, who rcreived the btii-eliU of eJucition in I'uiecrtiliet. He was a cuDtiDual student, uecdiug only snggritiee advice, and he rewarded couii»d by obedience, thiia cucuuragiug his friei..*! tu direct him. .Nothing is more discouraging to one who wishes well tu a youth, thtu tu liud him inaiteutive to the dircctioiis oi hi, elders — No labor was thus loti npon Henry Cli;. Hr nut ODiy availed hinitell of the kiudnts, of hit friends, bnt remembered Ibeir good olficcr with gratitude, and rrierrrdtothem withcmo. >i)u, when Le bad reached a p'witionin which ae no longer naeded pttp iiage or adviee but conid confer both. Mauy youths reiJ—but tbeir reading may --------- ------------ I. be ursaltury ; without any rstablithti aim. "Klia, 1 thauk you ior thu« tears. ^ Bnt In the store "f .Air. Htnnv, Henry remiin- I and pcrhaot with no higher obje-’ tlianamusf- Jo i.ot weep my euld, at my weakness.’’ ■    '    .    .    ..    .Agaiu theCioudt were broken tad tne tnn- • niue lighlsd up her loveiy brow . The old mui p.'used her close tu bii heart. 'Secyou that churchyard. £.¡1? Yonder ,iour luotbrr tlrcpt. Yet, Ella, there lays my only rtiild " Agaii. the donas obscured tbe snulight. '. li the tear drops trickled slowly down her riirrks 1 be child eestled cldsa to hit hoiom add hid ker face tbere. ' i'ua night—ere yon learutd lo lose her— •lie died aud lell me aloae with you. In ttal .ardwelaiJ her down, beside her mother, • dJ covered her up -«llh earth. 1 he rhild sobbed aluu:l. and tbe old man n iped the tears «ilh hit Ucble hand Irom oil lie brow. ' Tbat drridfaf night, Elia, before tbe died • le prayed that »eu might be kept truui tin-that)oil uiigbl be p.tsersed Irom tbe evil bl I lilt World, Soe pitytd that yon. her dia: ner udty child, bea rbiidof God, aud iiae the fluly Ssviour ba pnrc and uui'clilad; and that you might be I support to me in my "tu age, aud tuothe tha dtcliniag hours oi iite.' I'he frai. c of tbe old man shook like a lut when 'wrpt by Iha rude winds uf .November UiiiJ buruiug lea-s agsiu wet hu cheeks. But • uddrnly coutroiiiug hit strung emotion, he aisedllie «replug enild sad kissed the Uar diops from hr cherkt. .Now tbiy wend their way bomaward. But tha srei.e it chaugcd. Tha tun it deeliuing Id tbe wetieru beavuit aud day it verging tu ciuss. Iba little CO tage is rc«bed lu _    afcty, tnd tbe "id man seats bimtelf to rest irotrh d.schili'dciJoi.n ta 111 ári» Vainer, and gcneril tppearabce, all    Hi. relatiou, with these of bi, awn fg' «■ r.    .1. we.ry limbs. Iba swMt perfuma ol '    the awkwardu's" I" which ae have already    also ol ao elevitiog ebnrieter, l ike tei(«    ilow cr, Hung npon tba evcniug breeia Irom rrfciii'l, f"'a year in a stnrerould uuttltDs    like—and with other JoDog men ll(ic hiiuirll    j    ,ut thaii'tlc garden blot, tud woodbine ana fill Ml t ituilioiis Id" lulo a I'lwii lad. His very    studious and ambitious, be eombine l amiitv-    uuucv.suLkl.t sntrtly cluster round thr door awkwainess ol uisi.iitr wti iM rstlily a testó    m-ut with iuilrtirtU':i in the fiemos "I a dr-'    N ighl hn fome. and tha ol J mau has lain Miuiiv in his lai I isl 00». rsil •leill Iiuiiiuoii iror. ue. ..    lu,,,    (g,    jhcdefiriencitt which bf lelt loore fairly eoueludr that the eou.posiliou of mat ter,    ,,4    ui    suppo.a (hroughont .b."e, whether 1,1 these su.a ler    ,h,    „!ih. indfi«nd.nt C()Ju.inonrgh,be orint ha Ur-    |fe    ,0    much    revered.    .She ger planas. IS the tsinr. lu t at event rnu it the p. iucipal metal of the univerir. I’kMiilfkiii L'-ilyrr. ■Vina o'ci.«w.a i.i ( iuaLi.»ru!« — t’ht " some music in the st'cets i t the. Soulhi memory did all tbal a parrbt eonld. nudct sneh diMd-vanltgrt os biset brr path. Noraat.Afr Clay torgetliiluf the kindness ol C'splatu H'lirj AVitaiiis tn wboiu his uiulher was married hlle Heury was yet yonug This gentle- flues alwMil nine u'cluek. AVheu tb-sveuiiig nun took a latner's rare uf his witcs elder gun |wpi olf in I bsrlesbinaiol the drum beau rhlldien, aud tu bis kiiidnist tad influence aud the bells nug the sity thr l iitle I'unit. Hrury was ludab ed for the prnpitiuus cir* lubys. aud I’ete AVilliimi.i buak lor their cun sUiicis wbiebopened t'l him thr caieer iu respective quarters II "iomf” in the '■■¡yol which be ilterward. distingniiued himself, iijeiimoljon'. An I tide Torn mty be out ( «plain At atkmi procnrad (or Henry City looking «(ter fall old woman, boys or gals, a .d iltheageul lilleeii, a cleikship in the uflicr then, as he bneklei olf hr mav be Lea.d to ol I’-.ier .luslry, Fiaq , Clerk of thcCourtot; •    g * L -    t#i.    j1    ’T'lala    As.aeas.lAW the Far. and nrlherefore infer tbii the retd ing oi the lad always was'd a practical and useful cba acler. For five years. yjuugCiai enjoyed the privilege of Chauceilur AAylhes (neudthip,iudhewMfurtheru.ofe -into the society and notice ol Jr hn Marshall stterwa ds Cb'iel Jutli.eulthe I uile,, Mai»., auJ otbc.' distiuguished men of that era Ur bad tbui an uppurluuitv of acqniriiig atine foonUin-bcad a knowledge of the m. auing ol tne fouudert o) the R p iblie lud theeoaatila-tion which thiv drew up, audtht la»» wkieh Were psaard in pursuanceof it. Hia intimate .elation with lb. te political pstnarvh,, appri-led him uf the cost uf that I nion with which nit life may have said lo have bego", and in bis alter lll’e he «howed kiinscif on mori th i nanrery iii iiirhnumd. This was consider. ' one importznl oectiiun the elf.cnve frirud ot "(ior Mighty, honey—(lur bleMyou, Uk f»rc jersll"    was no small test uiiony Bitss l.od, I will,oil miu, good night, gib    that he was rompeieul to fill it. Frohabl) ..    -    ,    , Sally and the rhiidrei.niy lose, honn I"    tb. other clerk, bid enjoyed opportunities ol    AA • eaunot    pas. this pmod    in    the    li    «of    our •Hat I »ill-g".'k night!" and at'his wlJ    learuir.g far tiipermr to Henry s, aad this    hero, ■«ilhuut commending (he    exinipli    .f    ih poddlat strlFi out lor home, iTop.y makM spurraj thr new , omerto.tudion,ue,.louver.  -------  *"•■    ■•■■---    .......... ■Hitof an alley.    eumetlm belweeu himself and them. "(soo.o.o.d bight, Aant I’fllv'”    And ll his Iir.t ipp-«ranee in It.ebmoulwas ' (iieij night .chil", taka yers'sll, ehiie -gi    a t. ,il to hu narves the taking pinsesaraa of straight hoiiii”    his disk 111 the oltirrnf the t lark of ( h,« ''I 1 n gfily eligible pusitloB (ora lad. abd it i hia country, and its able drfmdar wbsther ni to Heury I diligence tbe tbrrateniug danger came ftura (uri .gu ui (0 fill It. Ffohablj foe sor arose from internal difticullies. youbg mau who sou.httn iiiiprovt bis luind by listen lug totbe witdom '>f his sei iurs. rath, er thau t' dist pate his time and talents 11. amiitriiienis with his fsllow •stud.uts Hi thus Siriircd lhe»terioof men wkneouid ap "Cgh, oh' Iwiil, Aunt I'olly shush'dem eery mn.l hare been mueh greil.r Hr had nreei.t, hi. character, and p ediet h's sure .....5-     1.....-r.i    «II    Hit relatiuus With these of bit own i,:' * ole guards d )« Ji'" Another "bill'» 'inky’’bolls down the w»y, in.l there g'irs aiu lbsr that way, nml j’l waUh Ihrte Hying black bodies until your ryes get •• ruul'i*' ! "is Ihuugh n ii wrre wat> h-lug .let m a siigsr cast, or liras I'l a sad Mck. Such If Utter ofnitnralni'iecMiMtiUil cuisbiue hrugsiis.aiid such a— •' Yi.ya, ja.yai HelmrJ (.ouJoigbl ' " Hod brist you' " Take rt yur.ll.ahile!" " Hal 1 will, L inril" " Vi. yaya' J''Uolt,aigg,p!" " I IS. mo'-ll ••f«.jod night' Ukf jcrtvlf olf, Bob, fust boat!’’ l/ook ont lords gard!" '• lake rare yuiir own fora rrib, l''tf!" " I'st I will, lirop la si.J SI e Aui't 6i!ly bis go" i 1 tn.(i,ar-.iw night.'■    eHhrltli " Tiy to,"iiiv. (Fi l wlllia'"’ "As, ya. yt' s!i de I viJ! ft- ".r' I'm'* m-ii.g'" ,\'id thric ll K'WI—(Fe negro j.' [1 liilion on I lively trot. It f 'M'ii! Ii'itf nilz 1 oi (naiif. iiig he't and iFe-e leu iniaii'i s atii r iFii goo lirrt, thi « get Jits) , or go |0 11.» Ci'abo isr. Mile,» Ihry shiiw a peí! (10 11 uu.ter tr 111.«■ trest. I'll a stniiger Ibiwe petliirii.s r<> » . ilraiige eiioujb, aa I r«u u'lly be spjiii' d h« seriag them, we have In.l lo gif 1 J'l'i « bud «rycfiew ofhuw liaCoHgu** " tlmig kuaif. yaller gaiis, " dbWB Ultra IA CurlMlOB «-i'oai. v MM*. I . Any quick, but tuprrfi-I bating eociily, which waa the Ins' tn ne of biin»i( .(own u|ion hie eoarb to eleep Hut s|i|iitr 'Id the manor bora" | hu cajiarity fur uralqry and lor argumsut — hi. breath ciuie iluwly, aud eleep stcme to Mg'iids who hi»c lived ilia cirele » birh I Tbe promise ot his life eerie develiiprd iu«ll, ■ isrsiiiperliriil polish, blithe whiitf uiad is 1 au.i we mty add alto that his rapar Hr lor wia-oeriipied with grsitr pmsuiU. mtv long ba ning ind eei iiriag (rii udi w»s alto-s ly mao. till’ iibjFcl ul the lidíenle of hisiulrtluit    ifestcd.    Hit (ituk and grur'mit matan had AAi auiiol fieii. sii.prisrd lo learn that none ul tbeand aii »Fif> r« seeore the li st iniprrsse n ol I bt Other elcrkt was. advancuiueut by duplicity *bd tuiiisgcmrat that III the .Mill H.y "I loa hlashssthey wire He had U"l the email ambilion which rao lu bare a luir 1 Fjn t lor ibttr practical joke», toop tu Littery luJ fawaiug bnl iiisi har-■ud a eii'tim for tb< i'plrcsaatrie» Tbe boy aete t wh stamped with an tarly u.arilineie was out l"'iid»'iiiie. pfihapt ant even aa agree abicb cun lueads rcipert whde it latitra a( alilr tier, Hit niutimaati wrreiwkward, hit leetioa. dress atiMi.iir—the prodaci of the labor of After obtiiuiui sdmliiinn tn the btr, Hen') er-boinMpin cloth luldo ip, remised !•' Leiiugtuh, keuturk), 11 I?*'’’ • skill 01 it iiase forsaken hit eyelids. His guardian au gel It beside him, though DO more the frolic 'Oioc, playful rbild that ib« waa in the maid-uw among tha floweii. She waichu him now t'l se* ll peichlarr ha may llaap, .'•u ideuly Ue old man rauea Lie pale (manatí'J lorm tnd alow ly prouonuece her name— to.'p to Littery luJ fawaiug hni iiis 1 bar. ^ «hr IiVh him by tha aaad and kiecM hii pale tistic skill 0? a Iowa tailor. HmIIIii parents lincedrd him in no'gratioa to I your dear, departed mother, which ihe witbont doubt kej Ibet htele. ll't lulluwiag brut rvvie lillli ."St which eh* witbont doubt kej Ibet hteli, ll't lulluwiag briil review u| 1 preytr. t.ile. aud live to (■ . 11"    and ailjnstrd, and admitid, had    huboyhouii is eitrartcd fri'W a sprnh ii c4e j aitt. Uku thia bibic. tkis h «"ylbii'g b ll a "ciiv tel," aod in kii i Imu by bi« in when hr met auii" of hii old 1 di part fram its prasepie ai aii.l «I ii sls'cked liuaa. ao donbt the littia tiiiadi at an cutrrtaiumrut, n|>na his retire- 11 isn'ittidTrom the «. rid. Ili! ,w f'It all the c>iu«clonene«a at S"mrthini( aieil. h he «i.piMi«iil. from publle life :    '    6lie rii-.d ki« UhJ upna a II.I 1 «I i.'li Ilf brow. ‘ l.iaUn, BT thiid," said ha, "my taudeuf life tiwea DHrly run. and bow tha last oaa is .1 ul to laaei tba hour glaee of Time Hat llriven I ihall meet your mother. File— iir dear, departid mothar. Hemruber kai ul 1 priyir. Lila, aud lira to (iiui, aud a« tay U«t ' '    't. taku thii hibic. thu holy bonk, and'ar«ar and may it ksepyua king meal. H he «i.ptMKid. Irom publle lilc :    6ba    rai-. d kia UhiI upna barkoeupiaiiikiis ......... i.«t krrp nica." But tkaoftice laH " In looking lack opua my origin and pro- od him aad prayed lur him. At Iwt bie lips to'iii diicurerHl that the young ruitil was ao grr«i Ibrough life, I has* .real reasein lu be ii.>'« tioaly bt wboparid. loiltf th«iii and that whoever fncoua'ereJ thankl'il. .Alj («lhar died la 1761 la siug j . Ksep her ui.sputlrd from tha world, OGsd H.ii'i I 1 11 III a war of wit and repartm, me aa lalaol ul too tandir yiart ta rrlaio luy , His brrut htivad, ki« lipe becaniee»"* a.iiili'l I'lid ' •mall aalegi iiiet.    renillrcfioa of hii iiuilee br eiiliano.uu pritsej. lud hie spirit was gone. AA hsievf awkwtrduets tbe lad fs'l amoug M i tursissug pari..l reimivad lo t«is *>i«i. in Vit. AA'iaUr perished iiiwn Ihe * thosp awe.lespnlag rowsbf books aud desks 17951, Itavioi me, a bur of f liacii sMre ,>1 i'•pnug. praying that brr lija migk'^ la Ibe t kiirary C'lrrk’i ollica. waara lura hi I aga, la Iba btfica of tba lligb I'onrt ol than- suaay daye, aud her path B'd»* »«.«•« •» caild art kaea lalt br ota rtattt aahaoMd totj, ta the lUy al «MbaMadj wlthoui goord-1 flowara. FutzLt Farajoiana.-Theifortma Jdnrao/ •¡.•siattly advoca'.z« tbmtrudhc;;aa of femai'' ii'tu ti! link 0? the profMiioi:. We consider the aeodie a mneh moreZj/propriitc wcipor in the baoda of woman than tha ecalpcl or bli-tuury.—jErcAdepe. Oo yoB? Jnet euppoM youraclt 1 forlorn tick bachelor, iu the upperstory of aome noiiy boarding bunsa, whoie inmitH don't care a pinch of ID nil whether yon coaclnde to die or get well. Soppuae you’ve watched that ipidar lu the corner weave hit web, tiU yon ire quite qualified tu make one yonrself; inppote yon bseeenanted, for thr thousandth time, all tha ihepperdaaaci, distorted little dogs, and crooked troH, oa the papt.-ed wait ul yonr room; gnawed yoar linger nails to tba vary quick, and twitched your muuiuche ull every hair stands up on ita own iidividaai rscponsibility. Then—anppoaajust u yon era at the lut gup, the doori opens gently, aid aJmiu (adl a grcaC creaking pair ol boots cmtaioiug au oracular solemn M. D., grim esongh to fri^htan you into tae ehnrch yard) hut a smiling, rosy chalked, bright ayed, uica littla Jiva •oomon doctren, sesl AA'ell, sha puihcs back her curli, throws oil ker shawl (Veauil what a figara!) palla o.'f her glovi, and uk« yocrkaud uihusalittie tiagera. poor jHoer raecz; hhe looks at you so eompauiooatc.y from ta-jM tuft bluu ryes, lays har kaod 00 yone lorcbead, aad then quHtiousyou demurely about yonr srmp. loins, ih/rib or teiuá she sees wsmoUt any "f • our hclpl) 'Then iha w ,.«• « proc ip 100 '«itk thoae dainty Lttlb fiugrrs, and j.m to kcrp very composed aod qoiet, (jnit u il you eonld) smouibi tna tumhied quilt, arranges your pilluw, «hades tha glming sni-light from your aching eyes, with an instiue-'.'fc knowledge ol you nospokcb wants; and ssya with tfaasweet'sl imiiU in tha world, that •ha'll call agatu id the tuoruiog;' tod so Ihc—lolds of har dress liuuers IBiuugu tba d'Hir, aad than you crawl out uf tha tmd tha beat way yon eau—e uteb a iooking g!ui to sec what the prokikilitite are that you haea nada a taeorable imprauiool inwardly ri-sileiug (H yoa replica yuurHlf hatWMU the blihkcta) not tu get quhe well 11 long u ahe will cama to ím yon. Wall, the apahot of it ta, yon have a dalightlui lingering altaek ot kttri comp aint. For MiaaLf. I prafei praacnptiona in a aiae-cts/iBc hiadi thau'tinbmit palee lo awp tkffthtUwiorit htnort. FaaaT Fuji. Tbi W irt’a Rloqi'ui'I.—A wamta hu har hnibaod a fo.'tUBi 11 har power, hacaaea aha may, or aha may not, aa ece plcuee, rouforui tu hie circumilsDcce. Tbis ii bcr fust dair and It ought to be her pride. No peeiiuu for liiiary or oiepiay onght fur a meiuaul tu tempt bar tu dariata in tha Itui dcgrat Ir-'m this liua 'if roadiiel. hba will liud her respectability IB it. Any other eonru 1»»i itiail, ead iD«viUblv iMda to rain. N'uthmg can be atora uieariala than tha strnagla to keep np appaaraucM. ll it could loceeed it waaid I'uat mote than it ie worth, ae ll nicer caa, tta tallara iheoleei tha drrpait aiurtiticaliua.— Soma ol tha inhlimest rthibiuoat ot huaab firtaa have bcca piaeipitated luddcaly from wHith and eplsidor to ikwelula waut. Ihaa a mau'i (urluua art to a Baaaazii the haadi ol hu wifa. l^umark ae hie own powat al exertion depende oa her. Hie tnoiil etreagth II mcoBCeieably Ibcieutd by h<r lympaUy, ker eoBBcil, her aid. She rea aidhiB ta-me.icely by relieeing him •( every enra whkh ■heiieapaU of teklug upon heriell. Hie ■■•a employmaota ere «““H •«*' "    f'' qni a hie wkole I'»' aad hit whole 1 lad. A ómd wile will never saffer her hashaaa e aL lealiua to ha d slraetad hy dtUili to which bci wht le time aad tálente are adequate If iha ba proHiPlaJ by trie affeelioa aad good .ri se Ibe will perrelvo whoa hteapiriuaro b .rue do« a ead ail . ferwhelmad. hue, of all euioaa bellge. Mn beet Biaitler tC hil BMdi. For Iba eeal her lunllg 11 qaila u Meareiga •I It it for rorportsl ills If it ho wsory, ib bar eestduily il liidt repuee ead relrcekmaul. It rifi; aaterpriH ha dead, and hope itirll •Inioel extiaguiskad. har patieica and lortl-lude haea tha power to rikiadia them ta tha bnrt, and ba agua «oh forth kataoaaatot iho loUe ud tnablH ol lUa.

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