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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 16, 1853, Cincinnati, Ohio %k PAPEH ÍOH "THE HÍIILION" —IHBEPEifBENT II AIL THUGS, lEÜTfiALII I0THIN6, VOLUME X.-NO. 48. (Original Calt. ITm THE Bm*n PAST, OR TRK DRFOKMKD CHILD. A Nfrnple Nory. iT CUAtLU CAATOV. I^AnUior of Sbtdow und bauDffliL *’ BiMb ' KMifbt,*' ** F«lon*« lUu^bwr,” ««e.f etc»] A TlUVKSrV,    It    WM    waiing    nttr Ue eloMof * loamtr Sii/wmt Uit rt do tifil lit par at da    The    Kine wo* • «t»t, quiet little I rillafto—one of thoie ÍD.itia|t ipoU, far iwoy ' from the boIm aoil hoitle of the towa, where ■f oa« nr 'in. Tkttwlcncaioedan.likeiha.hoB.bai. , we haaeall cpeot roaoT an haooT hoor: and aa4 Ihey mabwl a»d they elWiwol. like hall-aUrnl    .    . ¿i    'for    which,    after    the inaraiaK of life hai beta ............----------------------athcBialit, u’erufcco «1 Kiticred by tuJdca aiinfbt. And theKinm of tbeirffM wm Itkff e«U i L>k« th« iHrft >n tht ytrd wbf tbe mandoa • art bniR ftiae Ue abeep tn the yard, «brn the aprioc oomeU oa, Lvcryuoeol ibat Cto»d alter dia&crfaaa gctnc. For lUr vaitm and 0)«»ka aoread the fr«l on the board. Aad iiDgird the Ml lu the (ace of ttiat hurdc: And one r*iah el the ettere «at made lor the doer. Afid they iauimed doaatbc atairewiihaclatlcnJitfu»* roar. And up through the hal) ran each om of the tliroag. FuaUiut tlua way and t hat way. ati J dodging mmtg. ViU at taat. in tbr tumult, cecl* acized on a cha:r, Wiped Oil p£rf9.r«tiutt. aui tifttkeu UacA hta bair. After bredtiiig a moraent. the mia augbt bogm^ And the meaU, and potatoce. and ut cBithan aiuna, IhaaMW'tre    duwn    the Uac.alrunia ol urn. Wbo eat aa il eaUUd W cat ne'er again. And there lay the hats all jammed on the Hoor: Í lu’d iwear by your bair ut to wmr ncter-uoie. AndlAc duet ol IHc atair way.lhewbiivwesh and iimA CbngiBg faal to Iboir crow ua ae they lay tttcrv aubuute. And there aat the wearrra all iitrcsiy enployetL riltiDg tip m Uietr atoiUAcha aomc trmUe vutd. 1 be bar room waa ailcnt. the landlord alone, ihe cigara yrt unufbttd, Uc ‘ charges ’ unknowa And the unfortunate ooei who (ailed gf^ting a ecal. Areloudiu Uieirbawiingaforaometh.ngUeat. >oriU«tit hilaand haii>a" untouched by ibetr motitb, Haa ntlted Ihc anow ui the wiuua of the oouUt.i P. B.-The reporter and poct-your otrcdicnt, (with a low bow), airal <>n the wordoi a cUnetian moat gravdyavere. a Lie lite. I«ir he ehabLcd to b< llieie. AN ÜL1» SroRY. IT Hia. L. B. siu*»t'AnkT. Bgyi Tom to Je» M fonh they went io walk one ehciiing line. **1 wsab Uie aky a great green Leid. Aud all that pnilure uuuc. ' “And I,” laya ?fm,“wiali yond^itar*. Ihat there au utiy ahtne. Were e\cr> oue a good hi ox. And alt tboee oaeu uiuc." would your herd of c%Ule graief" • Why. luyourpAature fair ’ ”Tbe> thnuld not. tbat • a fact, laid TOS; ‘ They ahall not, I declare." With that they frow ned, and druci. ad tueght, And fiercely a^utcd at bay, Auit for a luol ab Lmey e-«t Tbeir old regard awa> And many a war, on hroaocr acu’A KathMiuned the earth wiih gore, For caitiei tn the air that fell Beture the airte wa o’er. TOO POOR TO PAY. We were to poor when Irnhy died. And atulter autrhrd h a anroud, The otlera in th«r hunger cned. Withaurruw ar id and luud^ We were ao p*ior we could not pay Xbeuatocairy bun away. .t liei up>m (hp bed, And aioiiirr whiiprra thru’ her ikgbt-' the iittJeune u dead." A httk Ikix of cmum< u pine UiaeoffiLwae^aiKl uay 1» nunel They laid our Httie hrotber out. Aud wrapped hta little form in nbile. And. u they turned hi head about, W'e taw Uia aolcuiK tight. And. actK aa litUe chi nreu weep, ABU ectr. aa IIIWC t.ui iirr;u «rry, And aiaÍMd Ibe dead one in bii ilcep’ W« looked our ImI «poB hit tw», .kndui'i our lut fiiOd-byc." W iMlt wMber iiud biiu m, Ihq plow Qit.mva.    mw^    Imiil    K*hi> Wlierr thuw .rc whu 3:< Tkcic.ton ihovoil thelkix ...y, dkcuie V. wtn too iwor Ui lull Wi wtre too coot to hire . hMne, Aid noldn’t (r i p.n~ Aod «hro «eurovc hiiu to tbefn.r , A..ÍÜO hrld u. lOl; ’Twu 1 . ho dru.v' tbo koFM. .od 1 ft bo told my luMlier oit tocry. And oft uur te.n eooic trickling down, Uoci iM no fnciidf wrminir. The folk, were ttrvoger. icl i.h men, Kbo boin’t liMt n UUy tbu. We rcMhed tlie gr.rc. and bud bim tkrre, With d I the dead arruud: wa. no urici in >ay . prayer, Aad Itlea. the holy ground. V home we whiI w ilh ahef and pain; but boat wna bouw igatn' I .tone And there he tfeept nilbout i fo mark the taerrd ipol. but though.loail tha w.oill uakouan, By ui til ae'er turn I. Wt mean to raite the at me aomt day. but aoa we are too puorio pay' > rotu the Naahvilic Tma Whig THEN UNÜER, THOU ZEPUkR. IT iHogai aiu lusiXT. T” Fair maidnii art wreathing her long waring hni And 'mid lU daik loljt they inlwine the white lOee; While ligha oi .wect traiiipurt lali lull on the air. Aud thaiacl I of lieei«.iiooi It. rapture diiclow. Iliew linger thou Zenliyr.ihM kiiatlh n y hruw, bur ted her boa lonely uiy kpinl le auw. Iter hridegronn ie hrnilliingtlie low worde of lore. A ail claepi her fair hand m h it i .-uder eoibraen, liereiee meet herkorr iha-thow» iheduie. Aid crimenu hucd hioahet nee aarm on hrrlaee. 'Ihta higrr, thou Tepliyr, Ihat kiawlh my heow, but tall bar how lunei* u.y ip.m u nowl 111 Ttit IcitKal piUra where tputtllMaay head, la ihriHed a iiu rich aiut.1. iha> gruHy ilatli there. Aid pWMbrt. Ike teiitnirf hiAd. h.a a hilt wand, Towa.elnioi b.e (amala Ihe apectiaai l tire. Thia linaer.thouZ puyr.ihat hiaietk my hruw, bar leu her how luuaiy lay t«.m it nowl j diepterad hp iU lobcr noon-dtp, will rite ol-|ten ind cgrneet )ctrning( in oar heart*. Intimtll, humhle coUgge aesr theont-ikirte of inch A Tilliyte,a ladp wte lenttd it* window, lewiug. She wu clad ia the humhle tud uooeteuUtiou* hot aot repultire Rirb that dciiote* hoth porert; tad uettaet*. She wti apparently ibont forty year* of *ge. At *a early period ia life the h*d been ol prepo*-iu(t ippearaiiee, but tow her eoiintenanee denoted feeble health, ind it reqnired ao eloae icrntiny to leant that torrow bad paaaed that nay aud left ihe inddible mark of hi* foot-itepa brhiad. But there are ttiari when aorrow ia an Au-gel of good, and lot of eril, aud whacrer noticed the loot of calm reaignatioa, of peacefnt, patient |ipe that the eonntenance of (he lady indicéed, muit eoaclnde that it had been there iura more inTÍtiu(( form. The furnitnre p the room eurreaponded well with theoiitiird appearance ol the eot-U|(e. ft wta rerplaiu; there waa nothinftto be looked at, uierj—notaainple article that wa* mrperfluoni;*nt it wai all taitefnlly ar^ ranpeil, and the ^of eleanlinei* and order-that pervaded th^hole, made it a not tain-vitiuR apattmeot. A* the amall i4deti clock that reated on the mantel atruclihe honr of five, the lady turned her eyea u|he shaded itreet that led towards the eent^f the villaRe. From the window where *|a*t, not a single traveler was now visible jut aa her glaceecontinaed at ihott iutervalaj be thrown in that direction, it was cvidcáhat she wr^ eipecting some one.    I In a short timcje expreuian of anticipation that rested {her countenance whenever •he looked uv f itreet, gave way to one in which joy aud ^e or sorrow seemed to be strangely miogld A momeut after, the little gate that led pm the yard of the cottage into the Itreet, b twnag open, and a lad who might have U eight years of age, came toward the door, llli itep wa> niAe light, graceful, impet-nooi one that elAterizea most children of his age; neitberlhia cheek bronzed with the hue of healths cbeerinl cxcitement-lle wai a beantichild, thcngh his heinty was not that we|t for in the young, ilia features were Aieally regular, bat hia face was thin ani{*y pale. The eyes were of deep blue, larjád ipiritual—each aa indicate an ardeut faeniitivc uatnre, a love of the beautifnl aWood, aad a fear of the harak and coarse.-Vi e ka.'e ss'd t’lfild was beantiful. Be was, singniarly sdalnt beauty had aot been suffered to reign te. Lcfoimity had attempted, though iiin, to b'aat it. A large hump protruded ^ the back of the little boy, and child aa Baa he couid uoly walk with the aasistauet a erntck. The name ol tlptdy to whom we have alluded, was Mra.yrria- She was a wid-ow. Three yetra aé she heard t*-- Jeda fall with their doll, liA aonad, oa tka coffin which contained tlmaini of her haibtnd, aad now, the turf L hu grave was green and the flowers I grew arenad it were blooming ia thcirlty. Long tod hapnAnd ska lived with ktr now departed eomau—a maa poor in this world's treaanres.Irieh in eoaaia*enry of life, iutegrity of'pose and hoaeity of heart. Three ehk> had kitaicd their anion. The two cl, iwept away by an «in-jiidioni dUeaie, hlund aa early grave.— iThethirdwaa Wa|-ths preseat boy—the I oily strong earthlShat clung to the wid-owed heart of thalhsr, when its drareat idol was snatched I. When yunng ni^lplrii, t lad accideat I had befallen him. jfellfroma window to j the ground—an iipidcrahia height fur a I firm aad maturtiijDe; but a fearlnl one I for the plaatic bojof an infant. Aa he I was naturally feehnt little hope that he I wonld survive the Ant remained. Death, I however, aa beuItL*. apata-l tha llowar 1 that iicmed so f rsgl Tha child lived, but he arose from biaejl dcfermed for life. We will digreia**er; as we have laid.CINCINNATI. THURSDAY MORNmG,^UNE 16,185ÍÍ. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. ar wonld sooe traaiplant it to bloom and ma-1 tag like Prank, jnit aa nuiek at il I wat not tare ia a more geaial clima.    ,    itme, and coold get them botk. Itiaavery Skt did not break tha rtverit into which he great pity that I eaa’t." had Itllen, deeming it better tint he ihonld,. Mrs. Morrii woadcrtd te hear inch deairee (rom hta^owa impnlie, first open hia hcortto fall from thg lips of hay uforteatM, fraciU her. Rnt he mured not from hia seat in the child, and her benit wta toocbed in iU tender-little ebair, neither did the look of care and eat placa, at aka law the Uari aaiiiual thunghtfulucsi, pin from bis visage, from hi* eyaa. Sht took Tha ana waa approaching the bonnd Ibff and tenderly kissed them away tko bettar aad tka ttAler laogiigs of hia aa- j tart. He held n high poailioe la Mtiety, men pro-feaecd to respect nnd love him. hut that devotion gold can alwtyi ^oy, lie had a wile irromWelie^-H.mmhoU Werta. i daad." Ilia vsiee Uttered and kia agitatloe DOCIOE CHUiUOWEETH I PUKUP- ■ *•* “    1    ihonght hta loa mntt ¿Vé m    .    rveant,    hat    he did tot wear moura- I ing. .hack a diipUyoi tenerneM in a man who bad at first seamed to m* uatarally sum ....    !to»e    yesr^^ro    I reed the Life tf Gifford, anrpruedae, hat 1 aasd nsthiai.eud io> ned- end children, those ties that'-Vautre farmed and ttrni,;htwny dctrrmdPed a gf te aefce terwarda he left ma ehrnptly. I read la the said, “if yoi did aot hold matt advantaga. 1 lon't exactly waat to be caeght brawliag ia ikii nrighlMrhaod.'* “Aniwcrmy qncatioe,” said I, leiziag him by the arm. ”1 will aot tronble yow again." i “Well, aid he. "1 doa’tratnd owBiagthtt| :t iMf aa her lover that I waa there, but IT Wkr show her hle't (l-.ireri k rth .d pertnnie; Whv wunt to tht rl > Uiai hmct nit mail. When liuiliul dsi tl'I in kri husuni hits l.luain Walter awnng opci slowly along the pa Itle gate, and paaad tt ltd from the street And teinliuniul linutr «rr'i hniiiiii herskyf    I    .nd    ho Iben iinacr.ih.iu lechtr uut kisanh uji hruw,    ; doar-stepa, and ha to tka cottage. Tk e aonndof hii little iron-akud erntch a letrd on the amuoth ilof tall her h'l* wneir my Hi'iravii.i a. AU., April S, l.avi. Frost the lnii>aBaoi.|ii Uurainaluiunnl, A VIhlit.V. In the Inilltht'l wdt and duthy hour, Biw«nlhiUor«iiii.hl r;ly. . , When the 'twi jnsl tell the «vohjr'epowfr. tha uulher, ea aha head ol her little ' esakioncd rocking d into the apartuient. 8o,W altor, yofe coma at last," said rly killed the lore and (ilaecdhiiimall I ia the doorway, where As II li'Mied nently liy; Wki re the mahl UrOi ause llwr sania of bite. And Ihn Urk »« hie nn bed ll..wn, t Wondered hirih in the I mute Urure," To annd an hour tluae. And Ibera in thni Iknnaht shade. ■Nemhlhealera'.et.r.p'unngaKen.-When the Ku.f lUI Iro • hi. ihruoe bed atratad, ABdtheBiahtf.rti1needliergueen- When Ihe hue e imi r.y. Ire» the ur, deep Weet, Threw a cnrteiu ol uuid un hieU— Alloref ihtnrth aa 1 ley at nat. In IU H.>tal pnMpty— I mw an tngel id bannlroni mould, Cumn iWieiiNa thomah r ÜW .Vlhi.Bt wmna. tun« drrp In sidd. And it p.i.u-d a m.i . eotil./ra Aa It huteir.1 nriiM) I »•' ..kad .1 tma.dinaly— il'-il rajjUed, Thaw it Utly aoered aa ,it disa-rad w.nta. And a dhed aa it ou t my a «hi. In nmai.: na meei sa n erraph aiaaa, ' Sl'rf «.¡'"I mnht' IirnI »lihl ' . TVs 1 Ihuught M I an-wia «andtrad ham*. ^Bi s haa. rn Ih'i w .tIJ wi.nid ka. If.ap.r.ta' purrMth-.' nelluna. liuhtaiaaysdne'nriik ma. MktXI d, Veraaaa.Ke. fW.. Jaai I. U'.’ UOW Til «R1TF. A hP|.i.TUItERllUR MhU. II a nsirtrawysa Hiia.ntixaeatst. it commanded i |^t view of tha yard and atreet, "Yon a¿ to-iight." 'Yci, mother," r( the child, reluruiag tilt mtUraal kill, treating himaelf and planiag kit ernk'h btkira tn tha floor.— ‘1 cams home alowl| "You are not now. And the lady looked earnestly toieeit wiiaa annini pallor oa tha thin wkitWk. uparateathehlaeof heaven from the greent of earth, tod tha shadowi of the old tree! ia rontof the door we. e thrown farther and farther into Ihe e-ttage. The mother at leugtb aroat, and in a abort time completed the at-raugemcDts for their limpie eveuing meai.— While it waa guing on, ahe endravored to enlist W alter in eanvctsation; hat thuigh he listened qiietly to all she laid, and anawered her iequiriea raapectfnlly, hia mind was ev ideotly pre-occupied aomurh 'Jitt he felt no diapoaition to cuuimune, save with hii own thonghU. A'ld when the rtpait waa over, he retnmad qnictly to hia seat at the dour, and lecmcJ to 'elapse into the aame refleelire mood. For along time the matber did nut inte-rnpt him, hut w hen the snn ht.l diuppcared, and the day bad beeu succeeded by the mild twilight; she placed herself beside him aad clasped hia baud in heri. The boy looked up to hii mother, sadly, but with an ciprtuion of deep, camrit aud confiding love. “Walter,” aid the. yon are very quiet to-aight.” "lam fdiriiiny, mother," replied the boy again. Bat year thoughts arc not happy oaea?" "How do you know, mother?" "From yonrcountcnauce; it ia careful and sorrow ful. What hu happeued to annoy you te-day?" "Xolhiug, f believe." "Haa any one been harsh or rude to you?" "Ob, no, they never treat me roughly; they are alwava very liud and tender. 1 suppose it ia becauie 1 am lame, tod have a hump on my hack—iin't it, mother?" And the child looked up iuto the face of his parent, with a iiugnltr eiprcaiion of conntenanrc. “Ferbapi they treat you more tenderly on account of yonr miafurtune, " she rcpl'ed, ‘though their laving you makes them kind. But if you hive not received harih words, what hu taken place to cause yo.i tothiukao earuestly tod ladiy?" "I'll tell you; bat I’m inre yon will think 1 am itmnge and very foolish. At rcceu cdhia faintiag form. Ska wu aileat, nntil be what calm, and hia lobi were over. Then •heipokc: (mind, yoepr^imd to hold your tougne.J’^^ could tnm uide the devotion.    j    my eighteenth year.    'aad then she iiailcd, and aid, "1 thiak I In life, (hare comes I time tons all, when '    1 wandered in grand aquvea aad crowded , onr catalogue ii very incompleta.’' Sne ' ceti. I loitered at pnnt ihopa and book- went to a ihelf aud touk do'sa shook. "There alone. They have been thoee of many wiar    eleventh honr, inch so profiting by nothing that 1 law, bacauM I wu ¡ She looked at me and seeing me amiling in awakening came to ILnry .Melville.    naunted w'lih a bcwiidenag feeling of how    my turn, she divined my    tkoacbla.    "You Hat it c*me too ItU.    Full well he    diicov-    murk there wu to be aeen. i    delayed pre-    think it very atraoge tolind    tnu 1 know thear verad how vnin end hollo» had h... rk. knk acntiDg letter! of recommendation, and when hooka." she aid. "But 1 am not inch a If V k d d d    k?    M S    ■'    “'em, wu treated    ao tiddly Unt    blo« atoeking u I aem.” bla ha had panned tad    caught. Full    well he    1 never wcut agua, 1 looked    lor Mtltoa'a    "A lady wdj never admit    that she    nnder- retlized the poverty of material    wullh, when    huuic at Weatu matar, and conld aot (tad it.    staoda Greek, 1 aid. not anitcd to richu of the miad    tod heart.    1 took a both    lometimu and lounged all dey    Ball don't understand Greek,''    she    re- He renllied hnt hi. k.-u,.    'I*®    I®"'    Coort,    whore    there    wu    plied. .k’    a garden, and 1 felt more lonely than Eobia-i "A little,” aid I, preeaing the charge, wu over, the heart that for a    lifc-timehad    aim Crusoa,    My in Imudon wu gone.    ".Not a word. I kaow the hooka    and    the served one monarch, :onld not    renounce its    I aw plainly    euuogh what Loadon wu. A    anUor'i tama, like a parrot. 1 have read . ,    ^    allegiance    u    Death    drew    nur    I great iamiiy of ru-h and eumluruhle people, moat of the hooka of history aad sou e if the ft iprinpit from another anrce; It haa aaolher I e_j    .    all lengued together againat atraagen; a com- old diviaes; bat f have a r.flen aearthcd for and more nutured mindi, Tha feeling they eanu, wecall ambitioa. All hnmnn heinga hava il more or leu, aud il unaliy aeeki either for richu or for urthly greatncii. Thea art tha two objeeta that moat people strive for, pray tor, and hope for. They arc aatnrni de-siru, tad I do not wonder that they have begun to tronble, fTeo yonr little head.” “Bat there it still another kind of tmbitioa. W|raau^. aawua muwqaava mvuavv, an umm uuwtsuvi    á-JéL^    mm«l*    J    T*    A    J    t    «II frmi? U«U lUHfUBCr ««• lOll •irW*pr«ni¿ BOOIBw    W»V    I    UUTCVU    T-HCU    I    ww lim. ThoMdfiireiTociMik of. etatee«rot |    Unwept tad aohou. muaily preteadiDjE to Li optu to all but »c-- »oUrmibc readiap that I kiow ohere«o mnai    *v.g...Kias.    tKa*    .rm    *»•—m f.aiu I    to    hu graTB, Sectusebe crttlv agreed to duheancu iatroderi, bf IIB-i ftBd aoj book ia the iibranr.** . r ? V .? .k    I    went unloved. A few there werenc.r I. him pl.*    H>em.    I    "1    own    1    thought    yon    a    great    hiue    atoek latiified. Toaoften they mtkt thoae about j ^ (,iood_who dronoel leart on his ar.rT •*"** ‘    tknaHaringabautma, • iag." I aid. as nnhappy, and canse our hurUtoache. Th. | u    ...    “‘i®*    ^    ne,l    hope    not,    the    world    is    so    prcja other ambition is different. It maku otheri happier; it makes as better, ft makeitll lore OS, and it maku as love all the world. Tka other ambitions may at first seem more inviting, but my son, w ho foi gets them, and cher-iaherand cnltirtiea thia.chooics Tui bettm ?*aT.” The boy railed hia large, luitroui eyu, with an expruaion of half wander, to hit mother'i face. ‘■M'ill we love everybody, do you aay, if we have thia amhition?' "Every body.” "And everybody will love uaf’ "Yu. Waller.” "Can I have it if I try?" "You can, my child.” ‘ Then, mother, that ii the ambitiou fur me. What il it like?" For a long time, until the mellow twilight had given way to the ihtdca of night, the mother end her child moved not, ai she explained, nntil his little mind comprehended the full meaning and nature of this new ambition. And ao simple was it, yet lo iiivi-ting and so lovely, that it cauied a chord to vibrate even in hii iufant boaom. And, boy though he wu, the new principle entered bit , .    ,    •    _    '    •    -    -a    fuj    ACCS.    UiJ    mtuwWf IH WVC in    ufsmsMw»    aa ^ «cam .»i.- nnanMneditrumiof gnef.    ^    thou    quiet croa-atreeta ia the city, thueoa- Hwpmyaecrtt, I will owe that 1 know a lit- The life, the dutiny had been worked out, . “®®t Ihe narrow aud comparatively uafreqeut- | tie Latin." wu it a duirible one?    running down lo the river, wu a lit- ! Sne toaked to me ao iutareatieg aa ahe aid ,«    i    1    1    f.i    .    .    lie    plot    of ground, with a solitary ayraiaart thia. alighlly coloring, taat I fell straightway I am we now to tbi lot of the iteonl boy,. and a thin down of grua-ulot, shut in ! m love with her. law her afterwards fre-Hii wu another ambition. Frank Proetor a wall brtast high, and a row oi wutherut- qaenllyand ebatted wiU her, till my atUch- k k T.k 1" Tt t T ‘“"L »"<> “ tree the aebool house, aud looked on , t ,y,.t while the boy* were htviag a game of ball.-    .    _ They played a little while, aud then (they of- I jopged no more for those glittering ban-ten do ao mother.) left their game and ail m,, of which hit comradu had ipoken, no githered to the tree and sat down by me. Then ligh wu heard for them. But he wu not nn-we began to talk.    happy or eorrowfnl, for an angel hovered "Itwu abont aomething elaat firat, but aronnd hia path, and eontinnally whiipered finally it wuof what we would do when we in kit ear of bright, and holy, aud buiiliful grew to be men. A grut many of them things. thought of different things. Henry Melville: ,    * .    *    *    *    * (yon know he’i jn.t abont my age,) .aid he “    'PP**» «•» came to the munt to he very rich. He wonld have a large, «r/thrc.huld of ame, ao often and ao long, fine bouae. painted white, with all the room. ¡'»»*    »"«' carpeted, and grut looking-gluaeau tall determined to alarm them no more by the a man, and lot. of other tine thing, in them.    h-«pproaclt. Then he anddenly turn. He aid he wonld have a beautiful garden. ■‘7’.*“'^ _;.L    --j    -.1.—_:ii, . had given no mtimatton of hta coming. with a fountain in it, and an arbor with a vine , Often liidYValter Morris been itretehcd on that would hur .o many grape, that he conld have all he w.nleJ; and a fine earr.age    one    he uemed to have arian more fra- aplendtd hor... too mother, nttlkwh.te ^ horac, sucha. Mr. Cooper •. And a gre. ! y, mau, other, that 1 don t think «Í now That wonld be very, wonld. t .1, | ,    ,. J U 1.    .,    I    long for earth. "Very, Malter" replied the mother, with i „    ^    .    ........ a look of wonder, for it wu the firat time! ^thcpr^ccj-led- A. the child grew that her boy had ever expreaad.oehUonghl. i    deformed frame grew atronger uid He went on    more Ti(roroni, *»d the faiut, almoit taper. . .    ,    ,    Cfptiblt fluih that came to hti cheek, drove "Itho.ght a,too; one would love al thoae    ghoat-like, ..pulehnral expreuion bcauli d ihmg. a w.lL But after Henry that once had reated there. Th. boy lived, hi^ told hta w.ah. Frank Proeter began to ; talk wd tell what hemuut o do He ...d    p„,ed over th. haul of her darling, fro. he didn’t ure much about fine thing., —    ,od from urth ahe wuteken. The for. almutanyon. could get them hy working    *« the only tie that b.nnd her to the for them. But he munt to be a grut man. , IU aid there wu aomething noble >n being ,h,wu anntched .way, the tender libre, ol lunoua: ia haviug people Ulk about one. and ,    qniv.rring    and coma to him fur advice, and bear him ^^|^^ great apaecku, and real hooka ho bad written, and/<mF «P to him. And 1 think ao too." had determined tobe preal-indeed e lofti.f    «'¡‘“F*- , .\®““®‘bii wu n large »ent to her hutme eoelirmed. 'Thi. w. a ,,    house, almost entitled to be called a maoaion, iacriou obitaclt to my itudiea. I fonnd Ih't iiin and a nobler heritage than the Mrdid one    jj ¡,,d , llight of mauy stone steps, a 11 could raad whole pagu word hy word, wiih- of hia yonug companion, whoatarted with him liuvy oaken porch, urofnaly urved with out attaahin* any metaing to them. 1 wu ia the race.    frniU.    am' tenglod libVtni, and leavu, and i eontinnaliy tempted to rise Irom my seat and Witha strong heaH, that knew nolear, the ''bcrnbiin; a masMve iron-ring knocker, a I waleh the hotse oppuite I ceased to 'uc an k«- dkm .caudis” Jal.  u.j    1. A    au A    liQk tr:iirnitlier,»Bd aMr-ih»ped b«ll.»uil.    iwJf rwer: 1 deliycd hifhtlii my Jump when hoy, toe yonth aad tie mao, had    kept    that    | ted itialrd ia bíV own miud thatIhi» wa* the    ¡‘t wat icettiupE dMk. to litaod watch the glow- foal before hit eyes. Yeart of long and per- reiideuce of the cúrgvmao of the pariih; hat, I mg cinders is the fire. It wai wiuter time; leveriDg ilady, in the spring lime of life oue day; iudoeed by‘that rorioaity lo know | and one day when the rain w« falluig. mak-h«d (u.#n    k-ámcv mTD« uhU)ri bníiocM that cornea of idlenea* m« pools in the smoky little garden oppoaite. hidbeeDpamdwitMnta mnrmnr, to hrmg    a    window,    I    made    inqntrtea.    |    and the drops kept gatheriua m lodgt. atd nearer toe cbenibed laurels.    tod learned tbst this was known ai Doctor i window-nlU. aud falling with a coulinaed Bathe fonud the path to fame a rngged one Cbillinaworth't liihrary. Now, on reference plwh. I *tood along time at the window and -the roai to grcatneas .Itep, ana wuriaome.    M.itlaua a Hi.iory of laiuaou. 1 diaeover- ; felt n. lonelv u I had lelt in the old liinu— v.t k. I—J    iL .1 i .k «    1    1.    ed that thia Ductor GliillingAurlh waa a rela-: Hut a*, lul I made atoleran resolntioa tu avoid let he trod It, for the strecglhef    lepe    busy    ,¡„o( thegreat diviue ol that name, who    , the place, and apply inysell «holly to my ed him np and enrol raged Lim on.    died in t'harln the Second's reign, and left Hndiei; not thinking thus, to cnme to love her And at lait, ton certain extent, Fia dreamt large propertv for the lonndinr of a theolug-11®*'. but choosing tbii u the beat means of wararealia.R Hi. ».»s .k-,...i    '®al liftmry; for the re-pnblicslion to all time, ¡ w.nning hcrone day. Foru yet I felt tha- wererealiied. Hi. name went abroad «moBR „{ „ri„BVeligion. wcí». written by hinialf, 11 oould not apeak to her of my alfecttou had nothing. F.ven if f won the arholiribip which I felt DOW 1 must do, my future »u atilt uncertain. The growiugklnduvsiof her secret of my feeliuga tuwarda her would he i wrong done to him, and once when I saw her coming down the itreet I turned uide as if 1 had not Men her. Her lather invited me to hu himie uveral timn. but I excused my leli men; hia intellect ccmmaDdcd respect, and that 1 bad never heard ol; for the annual ehar-hii voice, in tonca clear and loud, waahttrd italile relief of Ike wiJowiof poor elergy- in thehilliof Icgiilation.    men (who ahould be fouud to have atudicd ...    , „    .... ,    . those work!,) and luUy, tor the leudiugvcar- lather toward, me was auother reason fur m; On the politiral sea, u the shortest way to ^ Scotch College, three icholart'who iilence. 1 felt that to have spoken to her to Dll object, he had cmbarlLd, nnd almnst »honld tuvc proved ihemselTci, upon exaui-without effort on hit part, the tide serinrd t« natiou, Inhave been the roost ttndioniand de-b...b„„b,m >. >b.    n... all waa pleuaut. nii hope bad turned lo Uiough nobody aeemed lo know it. 1 conld ,    . fruition; his wuihftKHi Waa giatified, and for au tbe anda of bootihelvu uur the upper i each time, and he ceued at lut to savite me time nothiDL Diarrtd hia hapninua    wmdows. ;Vo do ' bt there were the acholar- ' The eiimiuation day arrifed at laat, auiH k'nr a    II..»    .ft.,.'. -k.._. ahipa. loo, it any pour atudent chanced to hear | preanted mvielf, and wu oaeof the two rho Foretime »f‘®»’'»-‘!* ®»<n® » ®benge.    ^    ! sen among foir competitor.. I «« to atar However strong political ambition may be, I dij itep over, and pulled the pear-shaped for the college in a lew dayi. ft seemed to in a country like onrs it eannot be gratified bell-haiidle, makingsuch an incessant ringing ’ to me very hard to luve her for three yeus for a liie-lime The ientiminli nf nif-a in some distaot part of tbe houae—that it the trnsling to the hop.- that she would form no afc.ot. .Ti; rk i r . I k ‘    ®‘    Chillingworth    had ruolved to | attachment m all that time, bat my mind w.. change, and with their imtiments theirchoice.    ,l„p    (utoall    tp|itarauce they made up. "She will love me better, perhaps, ’ The history of F'rank Proctor was that of a had ) they might have done so with a perfect Ihonght I, "when she knowi of this, ' and 1 thousand political aspiranti. There came a assurance ol beiug roused on the firat appli-, feltalmut a sr.perstitians cunvictiuu that all time when there wei i iieren str.iuele he caliou., however, came, hut on- "oald turn out well ooe day. Hut, meeting time when there y.s a tierce airtggle be-    »ho    aid Mr. Thame, Ue li-, her father in the library, the day before 1 tween principle, and »kat he deemed policy, brari.o, -was out, and ao «uMri. I'haiue; but i started. tbekiaHneMofhii words touched mt Andatlutthc latter conqnercd. lo gratify that .Misa Tbaine wu in the library. I de. ] *o deepiv, that 1 wu tempted to open iny 1 Ihe mau bade I hurt to him. 1 delayed long, lurchiug many why I had stlJnothing 10 ioug. "It mnit not bo yet:" he said. "I am not hir ambition, he sacrificed the hsucst acnti- *"'*‘1‘ '*®®    ---------- ...    ■    ■    ■    .    .   l;. t  _'    me tullo» him up sUira,    |    pretexta for waiting a moment longer, till 1 meuts ot bia heart.    , cloae imell of dnit, but the    »aw    he    was    about lo    leave    me;    aud    then    1 And even then, when he had laid asi,Ie hia    great hall    wu extremely neat and elun; and    told    hjm    boldljr    of my alteciiuu,    and how and mtnliaras and aell-respect. to acconipliah iiii the wide oaken itaira were all polished and «bj«.,b.    A,,.,b„    ™ anppl.nted him in the puhlte favor, and wu .kull.caiia, hung on the wall, of the placed hy tkapeaple on tbe wen clcvatiiu to    stairraif, and at tbe kotw* of a puMfie 1 wJiicb they once bad railed biiu, auJ wjicio    ft***tbe    belltba* I bad «et in notion» itiJI "•i“i“-: one to nake a money qnestion of inch things You are b«th yonng; hate ii younger thau yon. Lat m Yon must make no engigem-nC yet.— me ate, in two year's time, what (irogreas you have made." 'Two asuiuui years! bata itrong heps, sua- cally dead, hia dream wu over, hia bubble ed with black cloth and atndded witn nails; ! tamed me. .My patron received sne when I had ' arat.    and I lonnd myaelf ia a loag room lined wish ' returned, with the aifeetion of a lather. “1 Il »»>k k.kta.r Tk.d;...,.u.;.,im.n» booki ou ihclvea, and aw a vonag lady ailliag have told kite all abont it long ago," he ft left, wreck behind lh«'i>«l-P«‘«tn>ent    .-,„a    .he love, you, aod it a. proud of ...  ........  piuc    stocking,”    thought    I,    for    she    dip.    I    yoar honors u if they were he.' own." My ......k.    I    ■    ■ ‘    ...... I tat gohiaara tt tB1<; ud k« A»it> 'caving me bewildered I acarrely aaedtA this confnrmatioD, after what 1 had beard, aad [ •ow the lettcra which I had lately received from hate Mcmed tome to have been colder I than uanal. Bnt howeonld 1 have kclteved that aha could have loved inch a man u thia, >r thu the wonld eonaeat to sec him elan- . , . ,    ,    .    ,    ...    Maa.    Clown    on    Fuaaia    Lorn.—Wt think med myalf l.r not having seen that .he wu I*»    kkan to Amenenn loeietT. In tbu tnwarthy of my rnpcct. f had ruolved aot Icoantry nurrviag “far love," if certainly the •o enter the house My more. 1 would Ro    Ue    eieeptson ;- none; bick *to Scotltttd, tbí’oti» uywbert, '    ..u    «    ^    l    « ^•tbcr tbin meet egiio tb« woman wJio had *o '    weatn    have    ewer    Wen    i%    IwT deceived me. My abieDce. I tbOB^bt» wiil , How few even marry from aiee^a I Tiiey ieilberuut I have diecofertd her eecret - «^Arry Wcimc tWj afe«kc4. toJ bceawe the Hot my old love for her strnggsed for mutery. I lingered nhout the itreet the next night, till marriage ia luitabre. ft ia their vwation to be arried; parents tpprove. tnd they have no 1 liuKcreu ««out sac ssr^i s«a aras KigDl. till —.-----* r----  -rr----; --    -- - “ the ifghU wereont. aurcely knowing why. 1    ®‘h®r nttnehment.    Any abaermat person    liv- rotald not ruolved to depart. If I eonid    '»* •“ »ee her onee. «noburveí: I thought, 1 wonld .    •«i    m    m.rrugc,    mu.t    be go nw.y content. The next night I wiited    with    tht. feet.    Cnpid a qniv.r    mu.» about there again, and aw her iSother go ont    ^ ‘^uted. or hta    nnasw. nlnnt-he    piereu with t yonugersiiter, h-.i ! did not sea Knte.    *    *“ '7*7 •    .    ^    muawl    wmmll    m    am    _gnam <■ IsAwa I km mwiiimM f 11 » u ¿etlmg late; » hek. the ratiinga » rH raUy i. Icve-Mc who bore the evident *g.m, fsawitamt light lu the little rosm ¡ •?t>® Unght where the stranger had tpoken with her. I ' "T i»prop*r. yet I hnve often Unci^ tint thought that It mnat he hlte there once more. ,    k*    »    ““    l^e    worid    im perhaps expeUmg again the coming of her U"’*    “*    ^ mver. MyVnde wonld have led me to de- ¡    ^    ruerenee.    to    ndore;    on.    with    whon. part at once, hut the thoagntof tbe danger to ¡ k®r'fRipsthiu would ao entirely blend, tUt Which Ihe ni. eipoMd in her unhappy attach. ! ‘^® *®7 ^nixe him tt onee her trae lord, nent to inch a made me ahndJer. My I »»<•, »*" 7“ paira,coma together, and * ■    *ca    Lmtc    MhAa    cnmmP    tknA gntkm* mjslff tn wu c^,^;d    üíü bow ignoraat ol lile she wu, kaviag grown ap from childhood in that place, w iih all aboat ter aimpla, kind, and gentle! Where waa ahe to learn, uve by bitter experience, that life was mutly evil, “it seemed to me, that 1 (iinit reproach myself lor ever if 1 went away nd lelt bar tu inth peril. "Yu.” thonght 1, ‘it will be a sad shock to her to know that 1 ht'e diaeovcred this; hist 1 nnat warn her. I walked about, until looking np aad down the itraet. from end tu end, 1 esMid see ao one. Then I clambered up the railings, aud with dilficulty let myielf down into tht gar' den. The iDuw that had been worn nway hy of bia hope wu the wreck of hia better impnl •ei. Cktgrined, and soared, and disappoint ped her pen into the great ronnd pewter iu BUaureof kappineaa was fnll that tight.— ed, to him the evening of life wu anything but calm and placid. Thus the aerond ambition wu ended. In a more hnmble field, Walter Moriii, the deformed child, lived tnd grew to manhood, and played kit part. W hile one of hia rom-paniona of whom we have ipoken, atnJied mertkandise, to gel wealth, and the other itu. died law, to get fame, be pursned another path •laud, and went on writing wiliiwni ateing ; hate told me her first impressions of me,aud UI; but my guide went lorward, tnd she other little aeerete, with the limplieity of a lookrd up.    ®hild; and 1 related my own ho|iu and doabu ".Mr.'Thainc ia not in.miii!” I aid.    .My time was aot yet eampletcd. In a fe« "No, sir. Il it anything abont the lihra- diyi 1 atañed for Scotland again; bnt this Long and failhfully he itudiid tbe hraling ' tu» aud Terence ry? " "About the seholarihipa ” "HU yea. There will be no examination till next October; for the last eiaminttiou has just taken place. Yon tea lend in yonr tiatiiiiouiali. lor. will be examined in the illiad—lirst tonr hooka; the Antigone tnd the Medi. and in Horace, \ irgil, Tact In Fugliah, the nutborsare There are some •rS an.l Ikan k. kau...... an kuo.i.l. ok.I’slev, I.'>cke and l,arJner. There are some the old itreet. There was no ore pusini art and then he heeamc .u humble phy.iciau    t,    ,i,,eh yon will tindia thi. p.- thrniigb it. but myaeif; I looked up U th an ki* nmttarm «tlfm.Au l'k«.«rm I k m alufikwwnmH ranm '    '    J    *    *    r    ,____,__.____ .     .a.    .'___ time 1 bad aothing to fur. kale bad prom tied me to write eoutiuiiilly. and hid pledged me her word not to forget roe a day in my ah •ence. That day twelvemonth, I retnrned to Lon. dou agtiu. 1 came a little before the time I had mentioned, thinking to inrpriu them.— It wu on an afternoon in N'ovrmoer. jnal u it wu growing daik, that 1 turned again luto the old atreet. There was no ore pusing The mother made no reply. "Well, when they had got tbrongh, I asked George how he intcuded to get all the fiae thinga he had bun talking of, ‘Uk,’ he aid, 'I have no (ear; lather tells me to have a strong arm and heap np i good heart. 1 am itonl and healthy, yon kaow, aud 1 can get wealth by worhny for it. ’ “ I uked Frank tlieo how At munt to become a great man. '1 mean to study lor it,’ aid he. ‘No F,vtry one did love tha deformed child — |“»‘'»® ®iHnge. There the deformed one p,,,, every oue lympathiied with him, to hia deep *** kaowa, there kind words and kind dcedi she looked very seriona, ti if it wu qnite and bitter aorrow. .Many homei ware thruwa S"'* *1”®?' exiendad to him in childhood, natural for a young lady to know all a^nl open to him, aad he gladly accepted the one I »®a there, in riper yura, it seemed hi.    „uóXd¡ he knew the but. Walter loved study. Alrttdy he kad made progresa in learning that wta nnaanal for one body can become grut natil he i. learned th. deformed and f.lherlu. child, cerried out and 1 am going to atuJy and keep aUdying.; eutill am a very learned man. J/y l»H>®r    q;,    ,q,    rrntianing    to AlMaUa A^a. J AMa.éAa m^ks aau.l m as .1 A AO AAal I AMA    '    ** est ambition to remain.    «riliug.    I    was    awed.    1 had heea taught There    he lived and waa loved again, and    to consider a learned woman aa something old the re    be    wedded a dangbter of hia own native    anil “R'fi a pretty young lady wbo eoiild I L I . u.L I    .    V    I    -r.    spetkau    lamiliarly    ol    the    cluairi    deprived oi hta yeara.    Aatde    from    hta application    and    There he spent hia dayi. There a    nlterauce. 1 eoold only atammcr ont perseverance    hia    gentla,    qniet,    allectionate !    1‘‘"®    “ tin® I »“'<1 Rf®"    ' ‘ Gmd inornirg," and retreat, demeanor won him mauy frienda. Aud I''I*    *® *®‘    1    found    bv    tuo    paper    ihe    had    gives    me    that tkongh they had nota inperabindance of this well hia humble part lu life ; there Ihe unfor-    tortv'poml^ds^r    annnm^    lor    a    line    ano»    wu    beginning    lo    rail,    and tdnate,th.wrouged and the guilty ever found    d„ing    ihiir    slnJica-not.    large    .am,! then went in window where I had at It my itudici. and law that it wu dark, bnt at the library thcrv waa a itroug light 'pun the blinds, 'ivn the ground door—a liihi <0 aaiteady. that 1 kne« It came frame blazing fire—'and 1 could bear voiees; though I triad in vain to dlatin gnith hate a. Liugcnng, »ilh that itrangc irrcsoliitioB with »hich we delay sometime» to seize a pinaure within reach, leven ahrank into a door-wky oppoalte, when 1 saw tht great door open. 1 could ace tbat it waa Mr. Thaine »ho itood on the thrrabold. Hr weit ed there a moment, and held uut hia baud ; world’sgooda, thoae who lo hiudty adopted will alw.y. .end m. toachool and to eollega, ■ Mlong a. 1 want logo. 1 know stndyiug i.    ,h.t    he    lov.d    lo    wall. hard work, but ihtn it ia worth tbe while tu woik hard (or the sake ot beiug a great man.’ "/don't thiak iludy ia hard, do you, mother?" "Not to thoae who love it, my dear." "Well, 1 love it, 1 am lure. Rnt then after the raceu wu over, and we got into the school konst again, I couldn’t atndy any mare. I kept thiahing of whet the boys ware talking about. Now Ororga hta a itrung ar»n, juat Tht hand that beruvcd the orphan had raiitd np for him frienda warm aud trne, tod tha quiet demeanor, the peraevaring aasidnity, and gentle, aneomplaining department he always exhibited, knit him clately to Iheir hurta. Yura fled. Boyhood tnrned to mtabood. T ha eld acton had long iince fallen from th* again, and shut the d in bim a ffiend whose keait was always «arm truly, but uiauy acbuiara that I could call tu I rroaaed the road quickly; hat as 1 pa>srd the aud whoM hand waa alwayi opcu.    minu would, at one period of thairlivu, have    iron railing, 1 uoiiecd some oue lu    tha euclo luU .11 U..J UiA ll....u,-i.ui.»i„» ki.    thought thrroselveaiieh Witbiueh an income;    I    anre. It wu a man, and he »t.wd    quit, ncer And all loved him. Ilia uaustentatmn, kli    .SroiUiid    pcrhipa    it    wonld    beafortane.    '    to the «iadow of a little room at the aide ot charity, tad hiakladntM were ao well kuown,    | ,|,uust wished it had beeu Iras—for how uu-    '    the bouse almwt on a leval wilb the grunud that every child la the village ipuke his uamr    ble it rt ads in Ihe lit* of a »chola*, tbat he    !    I had never seen any oue lu ihia    earloaurr hiA lt....u...i.ui.t;.A ki. thought Ihrroselves rich witbiueh an income; I sure. him. llisuaustentetinn, kis    .SrolUiid    perhipa    it    wonld beafortane. ' to the «iadow of a little ludntM were 10 well kuown, ,    »„h,d    had    beeu    leas—for how no- 'tha house almut on a le ____,     jb    the    village    spoke    his    uamr    ble it rtads in tbe life of a »choU*, tbat he ! I had never seen any oi with    reverence    ; and    no man.    however htugh.    noiiriahtd hia body with bread    aud    waler. ' aad to find    a    man    there    at dark, in    the «in ».    u,    n,    k.»;.. »1.. .»-i.. ...e    while his mind bwcqneiled with    the    wiaut ' ter lime,    eicitid    my cnriosily. I beard    hm, ty, ordeprased, or hating tbe ipeeiea, ever    Tbelullowing    day    I pre-' lap npou Ihr glue, and a momeit atti lb. -'Sed a word against Fins. Y'ai he not    „,,íb ,t lU library. niiJ saw ’    ‘......  ‘    ’ ?    Mr. Tkaiue. the librarian. He was a maa in hit    path    in    life wu not    ail smooth, and    <l>® pr.ui.ol life, tall, and dresae.l    liha    tcler. A,    ,    .. stl l    KXiitn. I bore • ftrUm MTerily    in bit than flowers grew be.ide it. Th- iha- it was kate I Voice I beard lirst, I kurW it too »ell 10 have anv doubts. breathed a word agilnit Fim. \\u he not    inyaelf    again    at tU library, an j saw ¡ wipiluu wu opened rautiously. then I could hippv    ?    Mr. Tkaiue. the librarian.    He wta a maa in i hetrvoicrs «biapxiug    mdiitiuelly, till at    last Yet    hl.nath in    lit. wu not all amoolh.    and    the pr.m.ol life,    tall, and    dresae.l Ilh. .cler-    tbey grew louder and    I could    catch the word. other    __ do» of sorrow wu more than once thrown ‘ quj it «ore oil who I bad ciplained the oh over it, aa the Dritroyer tore away from earth jecl of my nmbillou to hiin.    t    ■,    » l , "Are yon we I versed in the aiithori in meloruottelliug himof this, if he knew my childrenthath. loved even « hi. own Mul. great lUge, and in tha fitful life drama ¡ol I    ‘“®    ®®>7‘‘f®“‘*® ®* *"•    • In aomr of them, he aid’’    |    "No.    to.    hate,    yon want lo ha gone," saiu ti ha layi, and ha can baeoma a rich man.-1 whteh wt hava given tha pralode, began to ®®** «Hlirtion there wu a ealm, "Tou must lo>e no, then. There is tha maa. *'Yon hate me. "You haven t a Kra.k’a father    hu a    money, too,: wax    nur    "tha lut    aeena of all."    |    patient ruignalion,    that    half    diaartutd    the    "J''"| lo»,    ,o, and ha fii    beeome very learntd, and    a    vary    Tha    tkrea    koyi    kad    seen    many of thau |    »“R*>    of wrath.    ,u,ipira will not    appoint you nnletiyoa ihow    durly, lu spiieof all.    Hull    trcniijlt to    tv- " 1 dare But stay here aay longer. Henry," ihettid. ' My father »onld uevcr torgivi great maa. lint / can’t ha either. 1 can aev-: *ko began to tread Iha path of life with them, erwork hard, hertasa 1 am defarmed yon |    tha    wayaide,    and rite ao mora. know, (Urt. Morrinigbed, u Iha child alln-1 lAey kad lived. Thair antnma of life ded socalmlv'ui hit misfortunu;) aad than I »«» approaehad, aid ill urlieat fruta had Bcvercaa ha a great man, hc'tua yon ay    *®d    wkitaaad    their    loekt. “I nwi very well.’*rered tha boy, hut 1 ,re not rick, tud the minliter taya that It Fmeh had attained tha object of hit yonth ■ • tkimlriaa **    I    .    ■    s    w    .    .    a    aa    flit    «mthÍIÍAM    Pmmk    kmJ    aI»a..aJ    sLa    aaT». wu thiwkiag. And with hia ilbo*ag on tka ar euiti a great dul ol m nay to get learning." amhition. Each had elu|iad tha prize ol '■ "Aad il it ol thia you hava baeu thiohinR ao .    ’*•    “I®»»!!/    duirad. tha chair, ha leaned i,k opon hit hand. 1 uraullr to-night. YY'altar?" tnd ralapaadintoiu4»ara aa lo render "Yu.moUiar; altar 1 hard tha boya Ulk Henry Melville had never lut the itrong arm of whiek hr bowiUd, tnd tha fn!l faith to oktoin by toiling for it thewullh that aeamml preition of hiaeuunti .»» e,f,ful l "“** '** ,    j    j    i    j    .    I    l"^"®    "'®d    »    •»d    >»    »tri- L, Vth.uhoughtrV*,7.,,hraI.hU.'*^‘^^ '• TI ^•*^l.' »‘‘" k" r ‘ huay brain of Ik. «q‘i j* fuate iÍ i “"““r    T    '    "*    “' pruaon hi.faa.? f ,ar„,a, 77.    ‘'V “ ' T, which th.-on. mm ®«*r 1 if. wuviate    ‘    “"1    :»i-Rwd that «.«UI. with •n.euwrJ •ai^r lawt'blrtL kl;    *'    "**■    I «®r»h'l*-k«ram. hia. Cold-i fortaia ia toau 10 calm, kia deep hint ay« yellow, gliiiiriag gold, ponrtd lat Far more ohaenrr, with a lowlier and hnin- cuar.drrihlr prulirimey. hler lift than Iha two eompamont in child- "H 1 have ouly le*Hk ’ I aaiwered. "1 hood he had ewvied. Walter Morria, the de. ‘‘“J,'’;    ieemed    7    plua    him.    H.    |    huf    m.'’^‘ formed one, wa- naapeakably happier. Hr oH,„a me the ute ol the library, aad pro-' "I could try time you eome. "Ytry well, hate I will go. I know I ongkta t to vat you. Yoaara a good aocl.— ad rhrriikid a uoblar amkitiun, chosen a iniiiug to assist me in every way in hit power, I imi raav.    he    bade    me    good    morning Hilt what waa hia aeeret T mystery that wta ravctltd to me poor, ma mop Utikll hiaaita.iiiinrr, fw Alieabnir la sanrhat, A aiAi..«ia).H»ra>a. Aad Imi tour krr.suaa.k- lala, o<«ia lisa tad la rats Iri. Unkdl tka wkalt rtasawabt teika, naWH Far kakin loa aiuS) P,ek -HI lu makt saM»aiaiai slick, Ad4 liMMlirN NMM, tfMl Máitk I bt *1111 ««• I    (• tbMM» #r,»ai»a ha hi wnlkilia kal a nn, Bad aaiiva ssaraall. k| ad Uat lawU. Tukat«ttlrraiuai tad »«« Can a rtia a gtam graad It ukkadi taw. earat and aurrowt sag him, aad cant tranhlad? Mri. Morriiobatvg ixprtuio*of kii aanntenanca, and it ea( ibadi ot aniialy to|iauDVirhar laea, «halt siaconMiani ligh, to ha brard, full g. widowtd aioih. ar lovad Iha Ittdtr |ibat the Irul el Diatk had ipartsi; i|l well aha kntw hew daliaata tnd Mn4u Ha lalnra.— Somatlmu aha tramkl^ ihonght a(the roogb lotl lawksck ilUw.llnontinntd kntw no inch word iifail. That mngie philunphrr'a th* world rwai mtd—Iho dt-1 AOrerd fnll down the brigkl, into kin rol- lee her in thn duihy ihtda of thr wtll, lenning lorwtrd (ram Ihw l;ltla window, wkilt tha straiigar krld her lu bar arma tnó And uorv behold ma wandering no mors IU kiaod htr. T bry tlood likn thii for n li« n her* Iny Ifcii    juJ    (ouering    no    more    at    momrntt, nnd thru Ihty ptrtid; and I hrai. , ____ .    ________ tu Ihe poor, thn mon «iudowi, reading no morn at luiii of; Ihn windo* ikut down. Drawing back, I nnfoitnnate, th. deformed, aud made hia hi. l ourt. That leelmg ol vagaboudage wkiek aaw through th. riihnp to me II the .treed , L ,L . f 1 a, I , II .    uurtueilheidle, 111 a bustling city was gone, ■ wuctear, and then ha elimhed over tht high lar ahott that of more lofty intelleelt, more    aolilary    na    m.    poring    ovrr    ipikei and dropping ou the pavrmcat, walk- manly Iramea, and moro vitorana hearts ?    „» q»|oved    h-x ksalldty, and feet no jaal-    ed nuichlv twiv. Long years hefora, when hawu yet .child,    nnsy of the    rra»d who went ahoatlhri; own    '    ’ I walked Mter him, delermlned tetsk hiin ..I S.I. k..,» ... s,H.ul.i.d ike.l Hu. »k.»    business and let! ma to mytcK. M hatever;    lor a eonlirmalion nf my iiispicion.; and. il I and hi. heart ... trouhled, thu. in. that    “ ¡‘‘..i q,    „|urior ol.jut-whether I might    found Ihe» true, to go .«ay aga.u w.ikout nolloag alter floaedloraver, had aid la him.    prolusar,    •tnlor,or    •    law    '    ‘    ’    "------. eiteriug tha haute. Hr quiehn eJ hia (nee heariigmr kthind him; hut I krp up with "My win, wr>vrr forget Ihat to romlurl tha lev—I too was dome my (Hirt. with that ladi    . •orrnwlnl, toaidthe uafortuuite, aodtolove vidoal p- -rrrranrr ny wkiah Ik. grut u- with    ,7'!'' aUbuiiiMti    M    fArriDdl    un. hmn i i ■irv«(»b»eb 1 ii«fw to hivf no oulltt, bo all, ia tha highatl aahitioa yon rii ehariih ’’ fjjry*"!"''»'»»    “'d***    *    partnad    my    sludiu    wu    rampallrd    lotnrn hark and meat ma. Into hit    uicdiiW,    Inukiwg    aut    Maictiwu    lor    ’'Mayl’’    laiJ    I. From that injuaitioB aprang up I " A nioiarwl ago yon war* ia th* garden ol t.hilhngworth lluua. May I uk what yoa were duing tkrre? ' , .    ....    J    s...    ^...»    • '    - -    hurt    U* inipniau that dirKted and Rovcrncd , few mi-»enlt opoa the quiat street, aad tka that tiriad toward the tu* of kia paraat, 1,1) q,.    ereal    house r,pp.wiie, wkirhurmed to ma aaw    . filiad with teira."    tlised.    n    ’.-..■-i..*    u    .    i    ii    a    only    Triopl* ol Fain*. I rarely west ual, ¡ "What boajhody are you?'’ h* arked, in a ,, ,    ,    ,    ,    ur.iur    "    aid    the    llus    sua.    >a    k    kag    h»a.s J I .uk I ^ YVu it not right T Hal not tht limpie, pii'c    ,( ,,i t„ erut th* rudlo refer to aomc looaioeuraa.thal 1 thiiddrred Inlhlbk 1 had Hieill It nnlorluBita, Hallar, aid the Hut, tvaa aa h* had npoelad la other daya,; f^tq ^f that niothar, ia a pracapt ol tins »hu h,„k ro Hie library. I did nut oUai in tkir*: jiat hard kalaronlmt her l»va Inr him mather--and krr own eyalidi wrrn not dry, na it enm* not of ita own atewrd—it wta brought tpoka, long uo, u tevnr inin ipoka, inparior the yoiiug lady that I had ip-kia to the first ' "I hava agrut laterait In knowing thia,’’ iha pruMd kar lips to thn pAllid IIUI* chaek , only hy work. It wu tha (rnitel long diyi i to ill tha loe* and philosophy nl thi «ia* men •>«1‘k®    '®"*    .*•    "Y®!!    ahall    not    luva till yun 1*11 of has limpia child; "but th* llibl* telli ii of paliant and nnwairiad toiling—of long { of urlkT that nil Ihlngt u Ikay am, provn but In the yura of enrarit, knrrmitled kurdiag. rad. Tkay art nil tn thn banda of God.’’ Mom; th* viólala of lui, penen nnd good-"I know it; and God ia good, but aometimea will, irt flowers ao leadtr, they ntvar eia •• narth, tnd Ikongktjut hittaraiu or I I Yhlnk Ihat ht d»Man’t kaow aiaetly how I hlouns in that heart wham the raak wudiol agony, whan ah* notj paitara ol lk*|I*®l- Pwpio think, I inppow, that il they tvarletart lulfarod to grow. And thangk tkiak tnd tk* wondriaty ol tko clear i ®>'*R'’®<I 1® ■<*> lilt nil I want, hut 1 helirvt tht eiirnvtgant duiru of lltnry Mtlvill* •yn wkiak aumtd lotA.that Ut FnU-U lor fiat Usingi, likt Uwrgc, lor learn. | wtra mlistd, it wu only at U* cipaaa ol with me npnn tha nisthora I wai rudiag, Ull me.'’ Do they not. who Bikn the truth prarlir.! hy degree, it gr.s, more friendly with me “Doyon thrmtin me?" ^ aakrd in n Ifaeir livu, indeed cbooa A barran I'.nT r Hi.r day. h* aid, "^»®li so huvnn 1 had lying tour, • hut .immedintely aha.ging kli •    mil Afton »bo»újiiliÍtTotebimMllu7ou4« miü;    mt wbu }uu ar« Aadieinmemhlemaof    lora.i.JemrmlJsol    f-lh® pu”"“ofiworthy ohjut.    ud whv do you uh tbi.r* frisadakip.    A "rvgnrd"    rit.g    hu    the follow.    " i ou hava only dnnghtem. I aid, lor    I    “It d«i not mnltar who I    am. lantwar- iwg ilonu armnged in a kiHip:—It'hr, rmrr-' had sera leveral young ladiei. yentgar than tJ. "Ilyonwilt toll mo tko troth, I will aid, Rirnel. amethy.l wr aqnam> me. rnbr. the firif    keep yoar i«rel. Huit l"t aalhe lovtr tl aad diamotd. Thn ialliala Iw as thn wordi "I had a ran o«c«,’’ha-eplied. "bnt’’—he. MieiThain* that you ware them? ’    all ol whom "rtgaru "    |p*«ad a b'omrnt, aad than addrd, "k*    ia|    "1 Wouldn't itand and h*    kulliod tkni," k* lallarangkl ttae trud of.puieri in the itreet, lay thialy on theRrcund, within the eneluare; 1 coaid au 00 iooipriuti in it, and I knew that no one had beeu there tbat day. Creeping along hy the wall till i came to the window, 1 liatened and nurd no voicu; so that 1 Ihonght only oue peraou «as there. The lower panel, ho«evtr, were ol ground glau. and 1 could am aoth lug through them bnt the we.ik glimmer of lue tight. 1 hesilated a moraeut, lor it might not be kate who wu there; and my puiliou would lie einharruiiog i! any oue else bad tuu me. 1 resolved to Up faintly, and dm< Aside, 10 that if toy one bnt kate appured 1 might escape, and Ittve them to tkint that they bad been deceived by the wind shaking the window-frame. The window opened slowly, aa I drew np eloarly to the wail buide it. Then 1 heard kale s voice lay, "Heurvl" "1 ctmeforward. It is I, MiiaThaine," I said, “do not be alarmed.’’ *'0 hurcu! how you terrined me. How do you come Oere? We expected you yesterday." "kate," Isaid. “1 kuowatl. 1 know now that you do not love me any longer; hot I am not come to reproach yon. 1 come only to entreat you to tahe warniug. lut one day von repent in vain. kate. you da not know how bad the world is, aud to what dauger yun expose yourself. 1 will not aay any more now, leat you think me only alliah when 1 am ioae.” "No, DO, do not go," the aid, holding my arm. "Yon mnit bear sue first. H'hat ia it rou acense me of? Hat I know; I know how it all happeued," she added, burstiug into tears. 'T'wonighli aiuce, I aid, "I ume to Lon-.loa tbe happiut man on earth. 1 thought litakeyouliy snrpriac; to make yon u happy aa myiclf. But u 1 ptsssd this eoclmnra I saw tnd hard that which hu autroyed my btppintu lor ever." ‘I know what you meas, aid kate. sob-i;,    “1    Will tell you tbe uuth. The atran- geryoo saw wu my brother. "I canaot think von wonld deceive me,” I said catching at her wordi. But ha told me himieif, that hr viailcd yon u a lover." "It wii a «ickcd falsehood,’’ uid ktit, "a falsehood that might have ruiaed me; and this, though 1 have been the only oae wbo forgave him aad was kind to bius. But thank (iosl! 1 uu tell yun the trrth, and you canil ot be angry «it'h me "hen you know.’’ "But yonr falher has told me (r>m kia own lips, laid I. "ihat be never had but oue aoa, aud that Ibat ton ia dud. " "It la a aeeret," she replied. "My father would be much pained il be knew 1 had told yon, hat 1 ctauul conceal it now. My broth-er hu siuoeJ, tnd my lather hu no lorgiva-uesa lor evil, due day he cut kiui off lor-evrr, aud from that time he hu atwaya spokcu ->I him u dead. He dreada my Islher, aad dare not eome here, atve aow and thea, hy •leiltk to ace me” “Turgive mr. kate," atid l"for aot having kipt uiy faith in yon in apita of all, 1 ought Woaun wonld be niore humble nnd more reifil if they did aot, through ignoraneo aad tkoaghtleunni, meuure the temptatioua of olkera by their own experience.’’ [Prom tbe Boston OUv* Braocb.] —“If yonr hnaband looka grave, let him nloic; don’t diitnrb or tnnoy him.” Oh, pahawl when I'm married the aoherer my hnaband looked, the more fua I’d rattle ahont his urs. “Ikm't dtiltri km.'” 1 gnui w! I'd alt hiieoflee—tnd pepper hia tratad iBgar kia beelateak—aad tread oa hia toea —and hide his ntwspsper—ud pat pini in hia alinpera—ud dip biTcuars in water—and 1 wonlda’titop lor the Grut Mogul, till 1 had shortened hia long face to my liking. Certainly he’d “get vexed," there wouldn't he uy fun in teuing him it he don't, and that would give hu uciaachoiy blood a good hulthfnl start, and hia eyes suap and aptrkle, aad he’d ay, "Fatny will yon be qniet or aot?" and 1 should Itngh, and pall hu whiskers, aad ay, decidedly' "Aot /*’ and thea I should tell him he hadn’t the lust idea how handsome he looked when he was vexed, and then ha would pretend not to hrar the com-plimeit—bat would pall up hia dieker. and iakea ily peep into the gUis (for all that!) aud then he d begin to grow amuble all the rut of the evening «a '/ Ac raaa’i iwy htiktnd, aud all heetntc Í didn’t foltew that stupid bit ot advice “to let him alone." Juatu if Ididu't know! Juat irnagiue tii, Faxxt, ailtiug dowa OB-aerieket in theco-ncr, with my lore-finger ia my month, looking ont of the liJca of my eyu. and waiting till that man got rn-dy to spoak to me! You caa see at once it wonid be—be—. Well the amount of it ii, 1 ikopldn I do tt!    i    Farxt Fu.v . T«i SociiTT or Labin —The following pertiaeat reiuirlu ucenr atthecloa of an article oa tbe daagera of "College Life,’’ from the pen of a New York elergyraan, which appured lathe New YorkTiiun: Tbe loeicty of ladiu hu done mneh fur me all my lUe long; and it wu the ulnlt-y, aiteuing infineare of such usocsatsous that. withGoo'a blnsing, restrained me from mauy an eieus into which 1 might otherwise have been led while rtcciviag my edaeation. It IS a bad siga when a young maa hu ao relish lor inch eompauy. H batever be a mnn'i station in life, whether higher or lower, puklie or pririte, he will become a better man. tud escape many n dii-aater, if he will listen ia dn* a«a*oa to thr eoiccol the intelligent aud the refined amoug the athcr eei. Not only do they generally excel ua in their nice pereepthra of tbe pto-jirietiu of life, and iss thair tcider aenar oi duty tu hoth God and mao, but they areeqsal- ly teioro ni ia tbeir laculiy of na, aad ol toruecing evil before it ia upon wiacly diaeerniag the rhtraeter aid mutivra of men. ft wu not all a drum which made the wife of Juliaa Csrur so anisoua that be honld uoi go to the heuate Cbamker on Ike fatal "Idn of March;" aad, bad be complied with her cutreatiu. he might have escape i the dagger ol Brntua. Disuter fotUiwed disuter in the Mrwr of •poleon, from the time that he eeued to «I tnc to have knows }on better; I might have aeen ihat your brother aniy tulil thia faiaehood be cause 1 droechim 'o it. 1 bad judged yon aud coademncd you in my miud alrcaslv; and I would not let him go until he had coufirm-ed me in my injuatice. i'ut yon most pard'« me all Ihta, kale, aud thiak how wretched 1 nave been these two dayi. ' Go now " ahe said. "YVe will talk of this hy-and-by. It would be so itrauge il you «ere fonud here. Go and hnork nt the dour it ll uoihiug kad happeuhd. Stay; give me five miauics tu dry m> eyu, aud nut tu look eaibartassed. There'” In a f-« minntes 1 was buide the fire ia thr greet parlor aud w* were a happy nrcte that nuni. kate »u a little tkuugniful, and her Irthrr rallied her, hut Mra. Thainr begged liiiu "uot to tetar the youug people '' and her lille sister Ellen »anl and placed her hand la bers. M ,,n »e (lartrd that aigbt. kaleaid I he thought ut ll-iiry, aa»* what be may hicoroc. Will not let me rut., 1 •el before all other things tbe object of raising possihlF. oat ot kia sad coaditioa.— The ucit lima he came into Ihe street, I met him, and talked lo him »ilk kiuduns. ayiug, that kis father world hr glad to (larduu him ll hr M» ia him any iigna of a rralrhangefur the belter. Many munsha had paaaed b*rora I uccaeded, Ihioegh my old in trod net mo a, in prururtng hia adisiisiiou to n merekant's ruuit-ing-bnnse. Mrin«kil*. I had myall gaiued a 1'oting in life. Tknaebin* n mnrriage-dij —the I: ginning of long yrarsof bippiueu for I. Hul. on the evening ol isnr marriage—fur e had to strangers tkert the infarilvta son wu brought in, aad the story ot kit rtforma-t n, and ihe praola of ita ainerrily, wart told; and thu wa wart aft aitdt happy that veniug. Dahciro.—The General Fnenihly at Hnf. falo paaaed tha fatluwiug ruoiutsun npui the suhlact of daaciug i Hi tolled, That the ftahiuDtklt amuarment nf pr erisrwni. dauring la ao rntireU unaerip-tufsl aad rminrntly and r irlniivtly that ol Use • nrld wbirk livath in wirhrdnNt" tnd ao hotly ineoislsteni with thn spirit el Christ, and »Ilh tbit propriety ol ehriatian daportment ■    ■    ■    I lol tud that iinriUr ol hurt which kia luliowere are hound tomalnUin.M te render it nal only ckria-tkei iinprupat nnd fur profrMing cl liana cilh« to nnrtnke In it, or qnalify ! kildrcii for U hy Irvking them Ike art; hnt •iso to rnll lor thn Uithlul nnd jndicinni ti ereia of diteiplino on tk* part ol I'ktrtb .SrMwna, whan auy at Ik* nsamban *1 Ikeir ehurchra hava hern guilty. The qntsMoa very a-'artlly oarurs, what II "prvuiurnnu danciag." and w* Miy fan leei toe bilaacc-wheci of Juacphiue a lallu-eoMoa his impetuuns apirit. Car OHO Wuhiugwu, when imporUnt qnuliooa were aubmitted to him, oiten hu .aid that he ihoaid like to carry tk* sahject to hia hsut chamber before he had formed hit decuion; and those «ho knew the clear judgment nnd tlcvated purpoau of Mra. Hubiiig-luu, thought all the belter ol him far wubiug 10 make her a eoufideutitl conaallor. lu-dud, the great majority of men «ho haveac-qairtd lor ihemaelvu a good aad great name, •era not Miy married men, hnt happily mar* ried—'-both paired aad malcked." Laaiu’ Ilsin.—I wiih some one wonld write a good trutiac—hew well the writers •oma ariulai ia the V®®rterly coild do it— on htirdretaing. How otten do wtaaen ratlly gaod face made qeila ugly by a total inaiten-iiM to liau. Sometimes the hair ia puahed lato tka ehcnkt, aad squarad at Ue iorekeasd •* M to give a mut eitrMrdiaary piarncd shape tu the face. l>et tk* oval, wbcrt it ex-isU, he always preserved, «here it don not, let the hair be •« humored that the drfieieucy •hall not Ue parerived. Nutkieg n mor* oom* mun tbaa to are n laee, which la aamawkat loo large bcluar, made louk grouly large aad eotra by eootraetiug the hair on tk* torehaad and chnhi, tad tker* kriagieg it teaa ahr*t»t check, «kerua aach alseeskunld ealargalb* lurahcad and chuka, rad lat Ue hair tali partially over, M as to tbada and aofiea oil the lower einhtraucs. A good trcatia, with ex-tmplu la onllinn of Ua deferta, wonld be of MHie vt'nc tpoa a lady's toilet who wrnid • ith to piaurvt htr giNt priviltgo—Ue tn-prcmacy of huuly. Soma prua the niir down eloN to th* fica, a kick I* to late tk* vary ehtrarteriatte ol hair —east aad Irradom. "Imt has lock*,’’ uja Auteraoa, "lie u Uty likt, Ut Grrak give* them Ilia aad n will," Soasa lad wa warn th* hair Ilka blindara—yon always supact they • ill aky If yon npproMk Uaai.—Bracdwao»/. Him TO Horaaaa.-If yen wish ta ealli. vtit a goeaippiig, mtddllag, unMiiota apirlt in yoar ehildrn, b* inr* whan ihty rama ham* Irom chnrth, n visit, or aay etkar pfact • htr* yon do not areonpan; them to ply them with qnutfoat roaeeraiag what every body were, bow every body looked, and what every aid and did, aad U yaa find aay-thing ta !hia to ceasnre, alaayi do it in Iheir hearing. Yon may real wtarrd. ll yon pnrann a eonru of thn kind, they will aot rtlnra la to* anltdat with lalalligeare. aad rather ikli It ahnnld k* ntiulerciliag. they will by degree., fatrn U amhell U la seek * maanai aa ahull not fell lo rali forth rtmarhi tad *i preaiioai of wuader fram yaa. Yon aill, hy ikii roarao, raader th* spi'il .®V*®*‘*F "T ■ hirk ia so early visihl* « ehiUraa, aad wkirh. If riaHfallydirveted, mar k* mad* Ua laalramenl ,1 ranehiaR aad a.farr tag miid»-a vehiel. af mi.chial, v hath shall larv* oely I* aarrow tkam. Novu Msinuosa -The Lihwty fh.' 1 ) •n>»er It by giviug tka dsIlL.tioaaf aa "aid logy" Irieiii •h«_ kuo»a about errryliilig urth hnoaiag. Haavi. "promiaeiK.u» dar leg " laa room Inil at prapte at baUseiea .acS daacing oa lb*irn«n bu"k. Inkiag a part art •Tin,*l -ra.nud lariucbnlengtbol liase u thay IN lit." J /• F man named H.-Jle •** Utely foa-.rlrJia t oglud ..I nu'f.iis® •'*••• •i*»'; •il of Uliiiin wrro    fc** (ojoia fJw Murroo«i, S'fis'i’ialáiÜai Mr M® ClemN'i. Dt. 6. fl te'Wrmre it bappiaglM and Mr blepbai —all rvapulakleeilwrai. hava wltbla t m.raih aara ramarriad fa U»»r witu ewrdlng to aba I atbalir lorwial*. Th* firat eon(rf* wevb lir t aiarritd aomr W yeara ago. and eaak as' Ik uUart qiile I numherof jrsn. T k«ra«M ut U* r* perlarmaiea *1 Ibi rertmaiiy it lb* lata uiiaa of *Mh ol lb* traplu I* U* Colholia ebnitk. Ilrnl iivaalioi thou ‘palpiUliag habom*.' Tkay ain't tayUing alu. J

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