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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 8, 1856, Cincinnati, Ohio t' ü f' TIm laik lUdu. in sU«bI Koff, Ui, trim aod Utfe4t«Bla(, oiMltr; jUd tbttainij mnmai nt «>« Malakol Ho toMcr bridMd lu tLuder. TWwwain—». nc imudanaa hM • '■ We «ora tin tom to «oTTow; aoi wbBe we mar. another dajr WUI bnnf cnoagh of tortow.* Thef lar akiac Un hattery^ M»- ■elow Un *nkinr oannoo— IroTO bearta. tron IcTcrg and iToin Orde, And (roa iha baake of Bbannon. Thereancof lowt.aadBMa( lame; Forgot «ae Brttainh glore: Kaeh heart roraUed a dlflereot naae. But ah tang *'Aanl« Laarie.’' Volee after Tolor canght a» Un eoog. UatO la leader raaaiaii Boaa Bke an anthem, riah and ttloBf-Thelr hat. xtre oon.'eaaon. Dear gIrL bar aaan he dead nal aeak. Tet. H Un eoog grew looder, BoaeUilog opon Un eoldler’i cheek Waebed e( Un ilalni of power. Beroad Un darhaniag oeean hnmed The bloodr •naeat'e eaobera. While Un OrlaeoB raUen Uamed , Hew IngUeta tore rnaeabera. And eaoe aaaia a Bre o( beU Baloed no Un Xnaaian enartert. With aerean of ahot and boret of abell. ^ And beBowing of Un mortan. And Irloh Nora'e cree are dhn For a aogv, dimb and gorr t And Bogtieh Marr nonma hr htm Who aaog o( “ABnle Lanrtc.*' Ah. aoldnre a rooi honored reet Tonrtmihandenlorbearing; • The beareet ara the teodartot- The lOTing are Un daring. BATAKD TATLOK. [From Un LoninlUa Jonmal. My Childhood’s Home. fbe foUowlag linee wore loggoeted br an ezeaialU boenct eeot M me during a errare Ulnaae. Obi leí them tooehmr homing brow. The peíale of Ifeoee dewr floweie. And let mr eptrlt wander now. Back throagh a mlel of brgone booia To a aaonr epol In a hr off dun. Where 1 need to reme la mr cfahdhood'a Um Mr cblldbood'e nome! hew like a ipell Thr dear and aacrrd menorr lice Within mr heart-ae la a well The trembling Bgbv of alarrr Uilca Glaame ttuongb lu orrual deyiha al eran Onta Unr aaam a aecond baaren. And a eweet breaUi of eoathem air Soeina oleallng genUr hr me now. The eame that etirred mr eonnj hair And Mew the bonnet (Tom mr brow. Long, long ago. when I bad gone To galhor lowoii at eartr dawn. Agiin. with manr a lorona bonnd. Mr Unr (ooUnao ewilUr naea Where goldaa notter cope wen ionnd Half hidden hiid the raaUing grace. And noMe from the aoA groan eod Beamad meaktr looking op to God. There often hare I paaaod W bear The bee hie drawer maUn elog. Tooger and gsllalaae Men to har That Aoaeir beee perchanoe might eting; Mr heart war ali too freeb aad warm. To think el IB or ahrtak ftom harm. And now akmg the good oM hall b ecattend l;alf mr iragrant itore For I hare beard nr raotbarh oaU. Aad daneiag throagb Un open door. Her morning klae I londlr meal, Aad fiiib mg treaaarai at her feet. Then, with a .ighl aad elaalUir tread. I olaal behind mr hUter'i chair. To Bing a garbad ahr 1Á' head. And twine U *mld Ur Uirerr hair. TW ertrr rooa, with imt glow. Sacra Wahetag 'aealA a drift of enow. Aad now eaoe mon I eeam to mand Where loag, dark abadowa reaad mt eweev Mr gipeer bonnet In mr hand. For the fall aaaligbt dared not creep. - WJtfcaO iughuering pomp, between Theaa twtnii.g bowe of ermgrtca. I bred Urn gar. Mad Ihiage ef earth. The oenehlao. Urde, etroara aad Bowen. Vat would 1 hoeh mr chlldlah mlrtk. And throagh tbeae dim. eeenaatercd bowera. In eoBtada. detlMtt W aleal-Twaa thore 1 baraed W Ihiak aadAml. Aad eft rre apikad a kaaenri Ihir, Of aeera cape aad reee barm bright. That hirra might aaemaUe there Tnnrel lathcpabmoomligkt: I bred b dream of mrticrba Beneath thaee dark, aaeaalral treei. Thai homeetoad b to ruine bid! lu MIreet M leeemi now are dead! Vat eUli Utatr deep aad tobma ohade Cpoa Iho watdng gram It abed! Thai aftan eaafcbe wlU deparh Bat badowe Uagw OB the heart. And now. when beer wBdIr barai Witbla tMa aad and aahlng broael. Mr wIrU Ihrei^ the pom rétame Beneath that peaeelhlgroreU reet. There bee a oeeeitra rlgB beep* Aad panelee memorr eometimm weave. Theramtbgef awtUbUdhwtape. A tiar, a Bower, a gaM el mb. The algbt ef aad or iorona thin» 0(1 make m aera a chBd aga'n I With eetnMra Miaaeaie Map eema. Oaappp PLAaa,U. aefmreMMhoadhhow. I Most Huton Home. I    Imnpt f    .r: I mnpt harnea heme, mid a ie« Mdld. I mam kralaa hara b mr malher dtar-^ wM tatk me amid the keweie I If the flhidea. I ww eoai iw ilpf aliA a Ula. Aad eBhr har afl mr Bowen. I mml beet an koam. mid a beggar gut. Aa dte earrted the pitM flare Of aramhe aad terapc of amalad ktead ■m aalhared fram deer b Baer I I mmt Imataa heme m mr mother dear. Aa b Mhb. and atd. aad pear I I mat haaem hama. I Aadar haaaaladaami Aad Wa gBmartag iawMt hw dark hair Atahtl Bhatm brtgki aa the dawe of mera I IW bftmha the bffi ef IMa ahanalng world. WMah bmee b the haan bat a IhacB. I mom hMtan bema aaM a Wlag pealh. Wha had eatalr aaagkt Mr fama-Who Imd eowad to wu a lanral wiaaih. “Aa cioelimt plan, Aania. I wag glad to hod yon an aonaibly empioeed. It tnnat ba rather diOienltfor yon to malta both onda uaat on yonr buaband a amall aalarr." “It ia, indeed, Unele John. I am aomotimea qoib diaoonrai^ and wiah for the Ume to come whieh I need no longer weigh erory cent Bo oarefuliy. Bow injnnooa to the mind it moat be to ture erery tboasht and feeling ah-aorbed in the one great objaet of employing inrchytioal «ranga.’’ “It appeara ao, indeei aae with thoae far mor indeed, Annie, bat thin ia the more wealthly than yon.” “Nut to aaeb a degree, aaraly, Uacle John. A rerr trifling addition to oiir income would would make ua perfectly eaay. Say two bon-dred dallan a year, iiiat what we now pay lor rent. 0, how delightfni it would be if Uenrr oonld bare hia miary rained to that amount.’ “I tniat be may before many yaan. Annie,” replud Unele John, amiling, “but I am not quite lure that you would be any the leaa per plexad to make both ends meet. Our wanU are rery apt to iaereaae with our meana. But, where ara the babuar I ho|ied la hare been in aaaaoa for n fhihc with them.” “All aaieep. Satnrday in a holiday, you know, aad they are generally pretty weary by erening.” “Their play in mora bligning than thair work, I haee ao doubt,” wan the reply; aad, after another half boar’s chat apon general tnbiectt, Uncle John, to(A hia leave, aad Bra. Walton again took op her little book and rw-oommeno^ har task of calculating the weekly ¥he work wan soon completed, and then for n few momenU aha eontemplated the aum total with a thoughtful, half aatijfied eipremion of oouatanance. “I am quite within bonnda this week,” abe said, to heraalf. “Onr expensea bare been lomewhat lighter than oiuél. Hull, there in bat a iriSe over, and then every little expenas moat be calculated to closely. It ia vary discouraging, witb a growing family, not to have one oent laid by fc>r time of need. To be lure it ia a comfort oot to owe a cent in the world. If Heary's salary eonld only bertiaa* jnsAtwo hundred dolían every thing would be ao assy. What an ddd idea that is of Uncle John's, that it would make no differenoe. One hnndred might easily be laid by every year, and still onr dailv wants be much more reodilv supplied. but it ia nteleas ttuoking of what might be.” Aa Mn. Walton aaid thin, the rose from her seat, replaced the memorandum book in itt ntoal biding-plnce, and noucing by a glanoeat tha old fashioned elock, vrhich occupied a eon-apicBoui position in the littia apartment, that the hour lor her basband's retnrn had nearly arrived, proceeded to inmct the preparationt whieh Biddy had made fur bin evening meal. Next came a peep into the norae^. All of her treaanrea wera aleemng quiatiy in trundle-bed, crib end erame. There wu a good proa-pect that the quiet hour’s chat with her boa-hand would M luniaterrupted. Bow vuty comfortabla STeiy thing looked. A bright fin ia the grate shad ito ebeerfol light on iLa anr-Tonading objaein, nndermg the neat shade lamp almost unneoaaaa>y. The table, witb its uov-whita cloth, and its otdarly arranged diabet, witb their templmg oontenta, wu de-ddadly attractive. The crimaoo curtains (ws will not vouch for their being damask) wera closely drawn, tha pretty little work table, which served, also, to support aeveial chuioe voUmei, wu drawn towaida the fire, with n light chair placed near it, whila on the opposite side stood that inviting looking roeking-chair, with tha alippara bamra it, rndy to welcome the expected ocou-irat. Iteertainly did look vary plaasanL— Ivan Mrs. Walto'n admitted it; ud although it WM vary hard to make both ends meet, she took np her evuiag work with a very cheanng fealing of comfort in her heart. T'jia fealing wu not at all leaaened whieb kt.-. Walton utnally arrived. Be wat not one 0Í thoM Mifisb, crabbed kind of men. who eoma to their homaa at the clou of the day with all the peUy diaappointmenu aad vaxa-tiou of the W ten or twelve houn fall in their reeolleetian, cuting n thadow over the cbearfiileeu whieb ahonld n>gn in tbii hallowed spot At far u poatible bnstneat wu wu left in ita proper place, ud vnth u on-eioodad brow, u affectuiule greeting, ud a diapenition to ba pleased with tbe preparations whicfa bad been made (or hii walcume, become to tba loved onea who awaited him. “Always bnay, Annie, ba ibid pis' hia wife runmed her sewing, which tbe laid uida at bis entruee. “Ia it not time to put by your work for Saturday night* The old rule used to be that ali mut be fiuisbad at audnwn.” “Aad a vtiy good rule it wu. Bury; bet I eUDOt always set up to it Tba babtos need ao much attention during the day, that there genarally a lew aucnea to be tasen »Hfr r are In ned- d—even on Hatorday avuing.” “Very excuaaWa,” nu tha reply; ud with u sxoellent sppeUts, the sapper wu deapaleh-ed, while at the toms time tbs huabud leit a plaaud ud ready tar to tbe little details of tba day, enjoyed tbs fuav uyingi ud doings of tha children, whieh had been Ueasurad np for bin benefit; gave bis adviet where it would na uaaftti, ud bia tym|«tfay «bars advioa would not avail. BappyMra. Walton! Tha small salary aad tha dmieolty of makmg both wda matt, were not thooght of oow. There wu bttle me i« to deeire when the table wu cleared by emiling Biddy, her own etwing finiAbed ud put away, ud the light chair puotd bv the aide of the roeking-ehair, where Mr. Walton wu now oomfnrtably eatahlithed, witb hin ilippered fael bafore tbe glowing traU. Children were ■till alsepiag qniativ, ud than wu a loving arm thrown nmand her which sent n thrill of plaunra to her vary heart. "1 bsvt good Mwa h- >1 you, this evening, dtar,” aalB tba hoafaud, tOar a law momuls of happy allaaee. “Otwd sawa. Bury. What au that bar “Ousot yoa gnaaar I aboald Ilka to kaew what you eoaatdea good mws*” “Wall, 1 ahooM Itka to have yon tail me that Ihthar and molhir art aoming to pay ua a viMl. Tou ahakt yoar bead. Perbapa yoa are to ba ■oraat lasauraaow,» thatyou will relura at M aarliar hour. That woald ba good newt; fcr tba ebildraa fret aadly at not naaUf yoa." "1 am sorry tor that, for there ta Uult pro*-pact that they will su more ofmaatpremaL BuslDaM wu aavar to bnak with u u It ia at praaenl, u a proof of which my employer bu ndvsnoad mv calnry |wo hnndrad dallan.” “Yon don't sty so, BtnrvI Tha vary tbiag 1 bava been wiahisff (or It vHI maks u a<i ouy ud eoaiforiabM. But 1 hops yoa will i hare to work uv hArdar. “No more to tbu I have dou for tba last au moa lbs.” “Bow dallfbtfoll” again aielaimad Un. Walton. “It will really ba a fortara ta ua— Uaela Joba to tba eoniraiy, aotwiihstandtag.” “Wby, wbal dost Uaela Joba know aboat liv” wu tha sarprtud isuulry. "0, ba doaa aot know that yoar salary is am taally ranad, bat wa bad a UiUa talk on Iba aabiaet tkla tvtaiag, aad ba aaaaiad bm that If llwar^I AoBldBot ladll uy aaaMrtagal Tha Daw boats wu aeeortd, ud with in-fiaite ñtisMctioa Ibagaod lady btbtlu Uada John’t plaaaaat tountutaea u be suddenly opened the door, ud demuded tbe babiec u u qnieklv u poanble, for he wonid give them alii ride. “Wait a moment Uaela John,” she eidaim ad, u aba bnitled about ia tbe aaeennry prep-arationn. “I will have tbaau all ready direcllr, bat I bava good uaa to tell yon- ait down.^ “I cunot atop, Annie; but what is your newa* Bu baby cat mother toutbt or hu Willie mutered that difEcnlt word C A T*” “Bow provoking you are. Uncle Joha* Bat I aXsurpriae you yet. Yon know the new hone on tha appoaita aidsf We have ugaged it for the next year.” “Indaad'" vru theoool replv. “It appeara to be a ooDvenient tuemenL Wrhat. rent will . to He rrgorueo. h! noBaurr hu got hia aalaiy rained’— hast fily gUd to hear it Bat you ibould tv two hundred, Annie; one hundred ud iy fifty doUari more thu at praaaat; ud u onr laoome hu increaaed two handled, that ia not to be regarded." “AhlaoBei.. I am hast not uv two\undred, iu.u,c, fifty will je all the advuoe. “No unde. Benry told me two hnndred. am anre I could not have miinnderttood him." “CartainlT not; but fitly will be paid for ad ditinnal rent l)u not forget that It it qnita uimportut conaideiattan. Y'ou know are four fifths in two hundred. Take one away, and there are three left” “What a teaae you are, Uncle John’ I do not wonder ’hatyon are u old bachelor. Yon would certainly be a trial to uy woou’a pa-tienoe.” “Aa ia proved by ma ao kindly taking all theae bolus to ride.” wu tha Ungbing reply, u Uncle John oarefuliy placed the amd leg lit tie ones in hia ample vehicle. There wu muy a kirn of th hud, ud a kind good-by to mamma, ud then tha happy party diaappeared, ud Mri. Walton cloaad the ^r, ud with aomewbat of a thnugbtfnl air, returoed to her interrupted amploymuta. “There u some truth In what Uncle John uya,” abe remarked to haraelt "Fifty dollars additioiiai rent will leave but one hundred ud fifty more to live npon. But tliia if a large sum, and the convenienoet of a large houae are worth acme aacrilice. I ihall be u eoonomical uiiouible. Some thinga 1 mutba.—' Some tbinga ia u indefiniu term, which generally means not a few. It wu certainly tu in thu lutuoe. It la really wouderfbl how many abaninu neceuitiea the Waltons had hitherto lived Tithouk No wonder that <iiay huleaed to supply their wuta, now that tbeir inoame bad euaaiderably inorauad. Tba old carpeta if you could have seen them. Neat tn-mgh when they were down, to be lure, but aadly thiu ud faded when held op to the Ught for iU(>eetion. It certainly wu time that new ooea were pnr-cbaaed, for theae had done good servioe, ud when {uople move into a new houae, they like to have new things if poasibla. 'So tbe carpets were bought, ud a half duiu neat chaira, witb one or two other indiepeaub'.e articlea, ■welled the bill to fifty dollars. “Cheap enough, at that,” said Mrs. Waltoa; ud DO one could dispute the trnth of this ■■-■ertion; nevertheleaa, u Uacle John would have aaid, there wu but one bundrad laft, ud what wu atill more nupleaaut, u there wu a dattcieucy of ready money, nothing could be paid for DOW—a certain part of the monthly aaJary must be laid by to meet the billa when th^ became due. Hut thne things were but little thought of. Annthar fifty wu expended ia vanou little extras—articles of clothing—which to be lure they meant to do without, but then they were sadly needed; extuuet of moving, etc.. etc.— Kverybody koowi bow euy it la to make way WIÜ1 fifty dollara. Beaides all theae things, there were certain ehangea attendut np(>n their removal which rendered it more difficnlt to ecunomias no atrictly u hitherto. It wu very pleuut to have a nice spare room for a frlena. Ura. Walton bad alwavs ooveUd this luxury, ud there ««a little diAcolty in keeping it occupied, for betV. she and her buaband nad an abnnduee of acquaintaneni who were well pleased to hare ao comfortabla a home for tome three in’ fonr wet'aa in the year. More company rendered more help neeeana-ry, and tbarefore a young rál wu snm*<f to auint ia tbe care of tbe children, ud to lend were undrv valnnblee—reiioa of oldra Lmea, bequealhtif to her by grudmolbera ud grui-gtaadmothera, «iiicn the had always prvaerved with tbe greatest care. She did not know their unct value, but ibe wu sure that it mut be oonaiderabla, for tba bury, oldduhuiuad go'd watch aloM would outweigh several ol tie modern time piecee; and if then the little div mood broach ear ringn. They mutt hawartF something. It wu qaita u sffurt to raaolva to part with tham, for each article brought muy leader u-auciatioDttohermiud. But then it would be to delightful to rarprtte Benry with tha moi^, ud there really teemed no other way of gotting tbeir aflaui ia a right train again. So bonnet and ihawl were put on, ud before half u hour had elajwed, she stood in the shop of ooe of the prinei¡ial ieweUers ol the city. ,er busineu wu stated ud the contenta or the casket examined ud oommented npon Iteertainly wu unpleaaaut to bear the remarks which were made uikjd what she bad regarded, u almost aacreu relict. But ihe steeled herself to listen nnmored. “Little use to u, u they are, ma'am. Alto-itber out of data. Tbe watch we will lake at le weight. As for the diamonds, they are somewhat valuable, certainly—but rather small ud by no meuanf tbe firtk class. What do you expect to receive for tba wholef ’I abunld prefer to have yuamakauolTer," wu tbe reply, ud Mrs. Waltoa actoally trcm bled u she awaited u auwer. A few hours previous, ud monav would not have purchaaed tha little casket lad new the onir leartd that a sum adequta to thair wuu would not be nflerod. There wu a cjrefoi weighing: of aome arti clet, ud a whispered couultation concerning others, ud then tbe principM advuoes to tha counter, ud said in u indifferent tone. We are not very anxious to purchase arti ales of this discnption, but if it will be uy aoonmmodation, we are willing to give two hundred for tbe lot” Tbe rery luml Bow wonderful it seemed. Mrs. Walton cared not at that moment if they wart worth five hundred. She bad got all the deaired, and hBattireorahidiagtMt hugmu,ak«, IBR the shop whb a hght heari. An qpobaerved spectaior watched her motions, ud acaroely had ebe turned the oomer of tbe street whieb led to her own home, are Uncle John had become the poaieasur of tne little ouket “It wu lucky that I atepped in for my spec- .....ilf,    u    he Bii^ A helping hud in time of need. “Thin would really be a aaving,” arguea ue liatrcu; “tor now there would ne ume to at- I UV BU, Aooie. 1 u»T« u«i4«Atru ifo fear of trouUiag you. This aveeh yon tball know all I mut Awar to mv I tend to the Mwing, sod aatialuce from a seamatru would be unneueaaury.” Bi't romebovf or other there wu u nnnsual quut’ty of wort to do at this particular timo, ud it ww soon found that the aaamatreu oould not ao readily be dii|>enaed with. Three or fonr months pasted by, and there wuaihadowon Mr. Walton’s brow. Whal oould it roeu? Be wu always to cheerful ud happy in hia home ud nor óveryihuig wu so proaperou with him. Uu would bavtup-poaad that all cares ud uxiety were at u ud. Btill tbe shadow deepened nntil it might be oalleJ a clond. Eis wife became alarmed. “Are yon ill Bury!” tbs asked, uxioiialj u ■he watched tbe eiprestion of hiloountenuoa, u he wu about leaving tbe honae. No, Annie, not ill. Wby aboald you think ao?"    < “Baeanat you look look ao unlike yonraelt Hureiy, nomething must be wrong. Why not confine in me?” "I will do io,^ Annie. I have ^txted only through ( you thall DOW. Tba hour ia later thu naual.’’ With a aomewbat melauohoiy forabodiag, Mrs. Walton putaoad bar cutomary ooenpa-tiona Bbt had m dislinct inprtation of what tba trunbla might la; but that it wu of sari-uus utnrt, tbe had no doubt, from its effect upon tha uniformly i-bearfal dupoaitiotiaf her huabud. Uaela John called, ud rallied bar upon bar oooimoa grarity. Wbtcn baby bu boupad hia head to-day, Annie?” "Neither, UncleJohn.” “What is the matter, then? Dou the little acenunt b<M>k abnw to long a row of figureaf” “Tbe aeoonnt booki 0, I gave that np soma time ago. Bury aad 1 agr^ that u thart wu no loDgar uy naeaaaity forooonUng svtry puny ao oartfully, it wu a fooUab wuta « time to wnta down every littls item of u-pense.” A vaiy axprsieiva "humph,” wu Unela John't only rtply; and fladmg hia nlau little inclined to cuavrraatioD, ha toon took luva. THa heart wars aluwlyaway, ud ooea mora tba liula uBM wars aalttp, and huabud bad wifo aal legothar by the gluwiaff grata. “And BOW I will tall you all, Auis. Wa are In dabl to iba amonnl of two bundred dollara, ud wa bava ao manna to pay it" •la debt Brnivl Bow It that poatiblaf— Wa bava alwayt lived withia oar iaooma,aad BOW i' is larger thu aver bafora.” ,“V«y tru, Anala, aad in thou fow words liM tba whole aacret of our troublaa. Witb tba Inaraaaa of my aalary wa iacnaatd our ei penttala a Marftil proportion HairaUABMWIf traAi MsswaBI MsuiiMII to MMWvot»SBrtk-iHMbMlMBBlMMBMiMI bu aoBM old BoUoaa. Tbo baadrad a year la tot to ba daaptaid.’’ “ladatd It ia act Part ef It au ba laid affida for Mbn of aaad ud tba riantaflar «01 add laaab to oar soaiftTia.” “WouM It ato ba wMI for u to rtaaova lato tba aaw bottoa aaarty oppMlw, Aama? It la aot rat oarapted, aad Iba real laMlylfty dallan man thaa tala.” “Aad an motb amra eoarwtMtl I aboald aajay H of all tblaga. Tba addlUeaai raaa « ■loaawenbtfty dolían It is ae didteultto taeaMtoodato OBrfrlMidi la tbii aat «bail.” “I wtU tba laadlord oa Mobday," aaa , luaad Mt. WMkm, winrnr to aBkBtft . .    vur    uarpau ud otbtoUtll«|rilru bava aavar bau paid fur. Tba bUlt are priaaatad, ud aot owl bu bata ibid by tv UMti liovi. Oa the f-alrary, I <l"<l Biyaell far la adruM of my aaxt quartar'a ebiarv.” Mrs. Walton wu silent, ud her hoabud aooliaucd "Do *«t Ibwk that 1 blame you, Aoaia It fe myself that 1 blaaaad. 1 have a«f Uatod my usual wstAly vitmiaalioa Into tba tUb< of our ikBairi, ud Ibis H tu raaalt It is a bitlar laatoa loma, for debt la my abhorraeoa.” .    •’•I’ltod    tba will, In a toaa bad bow tboaabllawaaaa. to say Iba laaat ia ^ i^aet naa,wil aaaddwHgblbraba bar miad aba axel ‘    * bu’cwdaet Tbao, w il a npon bar miad aba atelalaaad “U debt wa Biat aot remain, Henry. TBU tyalllb^wa tapoaM *w»af af da ibla ad ra tos,-wlU two budrtddoUan pay all owtL ovw lbs advaaw w yow ■aiaryt*' “I bailara II wUl; bat tbto wm it m I bit for tot to rato* amtal by I warn I toual pay Mia amall laBÜmwto." "Tbattotghl taffwar,” wu tba IboagbUbl rvptr “Bulpratoiaaaia Ibal yuawtllaoSdu uTtotag aboat tt lo auirTaT. I bare a pariiaH atof raaaw for tbaraqoast'’ “1 HiU pntotof fwtoMlj if JOB dB«n it, ooBMrnotioB; tbo I tutaoislcDoe, aU fill .IB witb i awe-iaspired wbila t^ti aud muifold rapasrto i Power hw aurod tb* dsBthd Bi tba waten rw ^ toe rariety of taclai tbia nKirniug," he aaid to himael: walked tovrard his own lodgings. “Poor Au me* Bbe must be bard puahro, tv iiart with her treasurea. I feared that it would come to thin, (the looked happy enough wbeu the left the nhcp, however, ao perhaps the dili>culty it a trifimg one after aU, 1 wonder the did not apply to me?" Hra. Walton wu indeed btppr when she nlipi«d that little handle of bank notea into her hubud’a hud, ud enjoyed bia look of pleuure ud urpriae; ud she wu atill hap- Cwheu with her head leaoing npon hit m, ahe told of her little aaoritm, ud re-cored hin tympalhv ud hia praiaea. "And now all will go well again, Henry, I will k.ep my account book once more, and we will fiuM-Miciv, u childrvn Mv,tkat yoornl-ary ia what it wu furmerly, and ihu we thall be lafe. What would Uncle John say, if be knew of our experience?" "That reminds me that be gave me a [«reí to deliver to you,” replied Mr. Waltoa. “He ealled at tbe otiioe jaat u 1 wu leaving ud uked me to take charge uf it. Be did not mention what it contained.” “Bomething for the children, proUihly, ud u Mra. Walton spoke, she careWly opued the package. It wu her turn to be surprised now. The idutical casket which she had told that mor-Ding with every article in ita proi«r place, and on the top a aaiall biuk book ud a slip of pa-per with theu wordi ia Uncle John's bud writing: "Pleaae accept tbe encluaed, dear Annie, ud in ftiture keep your weekly aceount, ud never forget that there are but four fifths in two bu-dnd' ud that increase of inoume dues not alwayt make people r.cber. Our wuu must not increase witnour a mickle.” bourmrao*. “Muy a little makes Out or Koatat’ Rasixucaxcu.- Tlie Her. John Milford aaya, that in the last dri raba ever took with Samuel K..geri, when retorniug by the City road, the poet nulled tbe check string oppoaitelo tha Buuhill fields burial-ground, ud Ihw daaired bu fnand to go out. “ Yon sea that little chapter opposite; go ud look carefully at tha bouse which sluJi there to the left, snd then come back u^et in” This duty performed, Kogera said, “l^en 1 wu a young mu in tba fa^iug-koaaa, and my father bred at Newiogton, 1 used evary dav, in go-iag to the city, to past by thu plaoa. One day, ia ratorning, I uw a number of respectable peranu of both taxea ataembled here, all wall dreiaed, in mourning, ud with rery leriou look ud behavior. The door of the houae wu opened, ud thay uterrd ia pain. 1 thought that without uu-propiioty I might join tham, ao we all waikad np stain ud came to a drawing room, in tbe midat of wbkdi wu n table; oa this table lay tba body of a ptrtoa draueJ in a clsrgymu'i robea, witb buds, ud bia gray hair shading hia face on either aide. He wu of amall ita-ture, ud hia coualeunec looked tike wu. We all morad round tha tabla, toma of tba party much affaetad, with onr evtt fixed u| the reaerahle figure that lay before us, ui we moved un othm came np and saci-erdad ua in like msLDcr. After wa bad gone tlia round of ths table m onr Unffvring prtoeaaiuD, we daaoendad u wa same, tbs pcraia that lay ba-fort w wu ths ealebratod Juba W ealay, ud at the tarnaat raquatt ofbia oongregation, they were permitted Ui taka this palhaua ud affee-tioaatafarawalJ of thair balurad pul or. A Wonn os two to SonuonT.—A wife ou ptnuada bar huabud—huoa ths aboald uvtr command him. Tba Uret datv of a wifo to to ba good to benitlf. Tu avoid alt tboughta of moaagmg a bwbaal To uvtr try to Imir» or impose oa hia uadarstondiag. WIvta should ramambar that busbaoda at heat an only maa, aubjaet, like Ihamaelvaa, to ttrar.--Tbay aboald, Iharafore, aot ba loo aaaguiM •ilhtr bafora or after marnagt, for there la nu bappiasaa without allov. Should you diaeuvar uythiag ia humor, orbahtviuur nut altugathtr what you axparted to wish, pato it uvar — th •    ■ SUKlUl b your awa tamp ir, and try to mead hia Itoo, ebatrfnlaau, aad good arary mcrntag to ba cbaerfu. Bar, and thouid uvthing occur U break your rtaofu. aaltirt. 1 da tioa, tuffar it not to pul you oat of taa|itr with TOur btiahawl. A B..ivau’l p wcr, tl wH of bar haupinaaa, hu ao ulbar fonadatioa thu ia WhusWnd’s aataem, which it is har intatrit by all poatible meau to preaerve ud Dcratta. Slady tberelore, blA temper, udooot' mand your own. UnaTlTvni.—If onv did,everything in tbta world for tbaaka ->nly, bow ofwa be would find blmarlfdlMppotntodarea to that tooderato at paetaUoB' Bat if tha sise, the the duiieu of th# , how much arora do <ra lad IMMvaa awned away by that foeliaf, wktlt lllktog iato tba watardnip. Clear ud trueparaat U Ueatfifon to, vainly oarevauduvaritodtoeoTar ' of bia, or the imaUeat Items ia iUeif loo smad ta objec^ tha breath of our moai to agitate it, ud a fow raya ( oiaut to convert it into vapaC Mat we plaoa this drop of water betweao IMF «tooa aquarea f giasa, beaaath the micnaeo|Maad, !o f what uddcniy prearnta iltelh itoBttiaeli tratt aenaev. The little d%o bag axauitod mto rge ptoia, wendartul jMpiillBlabacfctoaW forward, drawing tnwarl aad rag^MK life uddcniy our atari ud each other, or reaUng placi tbemaelrea u i they wtoe warw of u extenaire ata. Tbna for thev aiuoa; they are raai linag «etoaitop I pbiT with aoch othar, aad rau «MBUtly upon one' uotber, they whirl toaadeafib after, they free ud propel themsslTax ud ftto from s“e rtrtrsfrwebaa itaelf paJpitottagly ont agata. Who oould not detect in tbau tooUou tba throes of agony; ud to it to; for only jut now it hu freed itaelf from tbe jaws of a atrnuger enemy. Tbe ut moat power hu it exerted la order to get awaj, but he inut have bad a tight bold, aevereit wouuded it, lor only a leir mi re throee, i-a«l becoming weaker ud mure foint, it draws it-atlf together, etretchea cat ito whofe lesgtb oace mure, aad aiuks slowly to the boUoni. It wu a death struggle. Ii hu expired. On uaa ipot n great creature bei apparrntly qniat ud indifferent A amaller one pasaea eareleaalv by, ud like a laah of lightning, tbe tint dsoitos npon it. Vainly duet the weaker ieek to esoape lU mure powerful euemv, he hu already cugbt it, embraces it—the throes of tbe vuqutooed oeaaea—il bu become a prey. This la only n noaral gtonoe at the life lu a water-drop, out ww great ¿y' even thto already show tba tmaif: bow wondrnusly does 'ervthiDK shape itaelf within that, of which e nad fomeiiy not tha Uul eonoaption! Theae are creatnrea which nature no where preaents to the eye upon an ularged scale, so marvelou, odd, ud also igaiu so beautifiil, so merry, ud happy in their whole lifo ud move-mento; and ahhongh defective, and in aome re-apecti only ona step removed from vegetable life, tber are yat uimated ud poaawrad of will ud power. It wneld b# 'Bpoaaikle here to give a dearriptioD of all, or even of a great part of tb# epbenaeruni worU in all lU varied upeeta, but we prupoae to take a nearer lur-vey, of nome few al leut, In order to dto{>lay the life which extots in n angle drop of water taken from a pond. Slowly ud grooefully Ihrcugh the floods of tbissmadl drop uf water comes glidingly, swimming along, the bttle evru like uimacnle, turning ud twtotinff ito long pUut neck, ■waying itaelf eomfortably and monng in eveij direction, sucking whatever naariabmtDt or prey may present itaelf. This animscule hu its name from lu likeneu to the awu ; it cameaita nack just aav'oadly «ntl grao»-folly arched, only the head is wanting. Tor at the' end there in n wide opening mouth, surrounded by innumerable beam-like iuhes. The entire little creatnre Is transparent, and it aaema impuaaible that uy i;eciea of nutriment oould poanibly |>au Um.ugb tbe thiu thnwt, for evu water aeema too eoarie ud material for thto amall tube, but acaroely duet one of the varioualv formed monadta, which exist :n waiera,ud'of which muy Ihuoauds could tob totoaoftiagnesa Tbe chtaf amoagtbeu aattoatoaiet which to-araaar by maaaa of aaparattott, to tbe M'sopaa which bu a apaera of dagger-lika bristlat at tba baek, aad nlio a aaora uiiablv deecriptinn aniiUrly (oratd, all arawad tbe month, whieh ■erre u foelera. Their aoveaaento is most pecoTiar, alow, almost flvUing; they proc^ forward, theu they ahnnk baakvrard, ud qoiek-Iv ratarn again, in order to prooeed anew on ikairpeth. Thu uunalcula puahei, when the partiagnrooato oommenoan, at firat a fow buia piecu from Ita aids, than follow otberi, trd toon tbe whole u divided into eqoal halvta, wbieh form themeelvu into new uimaleilet, ud after a fow heon, begin to aepanle IbeR.-telvee also. One of tbe meet intereatmg uiuealcnlet whioh we dtocovered, witb the aid of the mfero- doea ■oops, in th# water-drop, it tb# .‘itof hka a little glaai thip, which bu loet in a stor muta ud tolla, its ropw ud riggings. It proated, qnietir awim>Siing throagh the litt'e wavaa, it u clear ud traaaparut, like u ea-chuted little craft -a deberla lairv palace, we see in both iidea the nbe of the 'ehip, which the carpeste rhu fitted into the keel; we eee the deck, ud m it the three bolee or light points, in which the maata were raised; it muet bars beta a three mut#d ship. But foe ship's crew—tie toilora were wanting; nor to there a rudder which propcti ud regnUlea the reeeei's eourar; tbe motive power which produces the progreto of this tiny litil» craft is t mysterv. Bu nature in thii 'curiuua Uule uimalcule oopied the ioreoUoD ofmu'abud? Was this bttle creature tbe minul# model after whkb mu hu eoaetructed the ehip in which be eroaeee aeu ud oceau? Nature to always origiaal to her crutioom tbe hu created the eame little uimalcule for hundred tboutondi of Venn, if the hypothesis on whicb geologisM bnie their oalculMou u to the ume it takes to aocumpbsb eertain resulta be correct; we beUeve that three data are generally unrMiable, ud therefore we iimply uy, that these bttle ereatnree have eiietod from the begianing of the formation of aome of tha moat ooeupii Umg Ume in tbeir formatioD to have been, at strata, which must have ( pied a an: important lufficiently pbuie in order to reasw tim aaaa Miaae ailh lome other bttle ereatora,or stadfa pítate themselvea upon oae atsftar, '«mibat ud itrnggle till the oM e< to eobdued. or enn'letoty aide, fill playfatnaaa or uew. One tees that tbeaa which the ahaipest eya tbe aid of the mlcroa|»pe, eqjoymut and imin; is '' which tndacu them to a to find autenuce, wbieh poi them to avoid and to escape tba thu themeelvu. Hera ou tm mad nareerud dnmkmlntt, itahMtftMoatiti foelera, beata about with ito tail Man iWfonowi, ud ia u frulicaome u if puMtty haw. It to gav, cheerful, bw and daa«fo raab nad buds about apoa fte bula warai nfMnwater <x«tracta.ta¿tfo(*^fftavíl,,'IMfV«r^^ but the crystal aovering re¿uu S lewit, in exiatanoe uiecedent to the first bnlM tog of ships. These animalcolee are to be found bi, ud indeed form no mconaiderabte part of aU chalk ud ootl formaiioaa. But it oa tbe other hud, not be aaid, that tbe aaimilcule wu tbe minute model after which built, for abipa were built before the mi-croeeope enabled man to dtooovar the isviilble world of the duBinaUve. tvfl* tntd a tnJf IfttU Laéf. Lenxw. AprU II, WA In my tael Mur I commatoeateA to yM Ihe «r tte-« of the treaty of yeaec at Farte. TB* terra ■re BM yat Aetmtiecly and aalhcntauvely poMiah •A, ter eu they ke M satil tbe raUAcauese are ex. chuyeA. From the Opfmtoné, of Turin, however, lOf to a Kafi-ctfclal loae, we befteve that tbe eoBcetaioDe maA' by bam a are both large aaA sat-lifaetory. Iflcnialeff will boeome a eenmeectal pert, the IHmarabtan frontier win be rreUAeA Ooaeale w-JI rooMe ea the aetot towns, uA Ihe lotveeeM of Kan uA lamail wAl be pvts baoS to Tactcy, while aetlher Bemis or Tarkey sUU matoum more thu ten thtya of war to th* Black loa, tod tbu (br tbo parpóte cf protoettog tbe mcretiaat laartoe tad patUng down piracy al .ng the coaeu. Tbe AIslA leim are not to be forttfled, the Danube will be free to til aatioae, and by a guraawe of the Powtrm Bwoden stauti secare from all attacks. It a said that this last provWon le the moet unoytog of uy of the others to the EUi at Itaet ta the Maaocnie wu party, toasicuch at Ihe sympathy of Bweden « Ih the Weoters P jwan had provoked the strongrst reocoimeut As tor the young Emperor, everythtog that has ae-ctoTed, taken to conncx on wMh hto utecedenta, )n,pire, the oonvtcUon thai he has aeted with satire good faith, and ihal be Is thonnighly a mu of peace. I have had recent aad freqaent oppcrtaaltiee o) coa-venlsg with two yoong reatiCDea from Kamia — They tooak af Ihe coairaat betweeu the deoeaeed Oaar aad hit son u being mom marked. The former was stern, haagbty, aad miltuiy to all Mt habua, •ympathlec tad deafrw. fiave with Ihe army, whiefc be peltad exceedingly, be wsi anpoptitor. Be loved play at soldiers," aad beeidea, theae vouag ran teil nm he wu eery npentmoaa. Then tru u oM propbeey that the Tarkish Empire shOQld fall by Baasia, aad that be regarded It M hie deeUny ta aeeompUth the preltotios. Hit policy for muy years was irnolded by tbIa dssiga, aad as the ailliUry road made acrom the patrid sea, In tbe intanor of thto    littia glait    khip. which    and the enet lonllcaUont and n.mberlra eunon ooaatota .Í qnartk, rock,    crvatal. u    1 fiint, there |    ami forte of Bebamopol ladlcaied, be m. le ready (or '    '    a tfsM when ha coold ivaaaport u aray ta the Dar- AameUto. ud reetre at Ceamansmopte tbe aaciaiit , gtories of a ByauUaa Enpue. As (Or Ms eon and mocemor, he ia deaerfbrd to me ae mlM, geaUe ud aSsctlonate. Ba ceign, et cryatal eovering ihuoauds of jesra. Another prénliar uimalcnie is tbe Sickle, which reeemblosverw much a Tarkiihereaeat.    .    , Even in ita wavA m ita mofiou, bu this finely-'    dwetapmcnlef    tbe    externa! headed uimálcule, which throughout iu resoareee of hh Empire, and we hope aleo, that some ¡englh, to ooustrucled of little glofa^ee, regu- advanoei wUI be made to redremtog the wronfi ofFoUad. AlRftdj be bM Twlt«d Fmlftod to n«(or« to tbe peo^ ccmlfi prtrlkfet of vbkh big ftUitr larly joining mch otber, and dinded urom the other by a larger globale thu tbe real, "1Ü,    fivprfvwl    them,    and    H    I. conBdecliy stated that of the believen of the cremwnt; it eihibito    ^        n...,.i,.i-nn    t. the eee.. r.t.1    .    ;•    ;.    .....n.    .heeeiwwi    |    hc    «(11    est    losg    give    a    new    eenmltnt'on    u Foltnd. the name fotal repou; it to equally abeorbed I ^' in itaelf; for it ou lay a loag bme at the hot- eharaelaresd tempera tom witfiout niolioo | oecaaiunally it ratoea its In moet petow with that ef th# Ciar Alexaoder, of tickle, but exhaufted it allows it to drop agun ' of wboae tovv fjr peace, as well as whoac «tee apprw- inunedialelr, ud relaptea into iti formar cniet' duoa e( the dilBeeltM to the way of naiverra Stale. Ou Iwth eoda of thto uimaleule brotherhud. s* lecg s> Obririuity a net d imtout m a few red gmu, eomenmea more at otbCT I h, u« ww d. tbe foUowtog totereeUng docuwnt a a less, which now kewp moving, ud then i^n    “•    '»ouwwt mwcuos aocmmmi reuiain mofionlenA whose eigniflcation to u ""o'""* yet undetermined. Beeidee these variiu craatnrei which are ffroiiptd id ths little world of a waler.drop— which are ao infinitely delicate ud ueat, ud even beutifolly formed, ud ol whlefa eub hu, in ito movement, and, it may almost be, aaid, in ita character, umething original ud ' soflcfrnt proof Th# Late (Mr and the Pose# heedrtv. Bentaoento of Ibe Emperor Alexuder I. of Bao->A to anawrr ta a k'.iar addrtsead ta bim by iha . '.LoaaWay: “Aii-u Clirxixi, Aih Oet, 181<1, 0 B. “I received, sir, with ssosfaetlon, ihe < mixure ofgoml ud evil rvents cxeni|4iAed, to a signal manner, tbe da-itlni dapr. tailont of Divtoe merer Providence, to 1 cacoei but desire the esub- mova and tumble frealv abaut in the hollow of a poppT seed, approach ita month, ere il ffuirs them ^own, w* lee them gliding thMugli the throat, ud see the green, gray, or white monede lying in the little, but for tbia animalcult. malcnie—a 11 ' ■mailer uii bnt Ihe humu This monade to itself u ui stem; aed poaaibly a still r« for iU noanshmeDt; not yat penetrated tbua livinff stem malaaluervi mu qjAu I for, poaaibly il may never do au, for the Creator nidden li hu hidden from thematarial vi jfon of man tha limita of hia cruting power, alike in iLa ta-finitely grant u ia ‘haisAnitaaimallj small Whirling along, oomu awimmiog by I aide of the iwu uimalcnie, the BM. Bi ined a fi uture hu atill retained tbe Here iirm nnt ef ths ogetabls kingdom, fur tbe body of thto ui-utleale to itmiitr to the bell-shaped bloaanm of a May-tluwer, foatened to a long ttem; Ihia ■tarn, tuongh which ¡itaau a ipiral formed vein, a fine, dvk tube, to easily movable, it oloau itaair, aarww-like bigsihar ud stretches Mtalf out again—this to tha tale of the bell uimalcule; at the sod there is a little knot, and noon thto kmi beo-mea attached to tha bottom, or to a blade of graae or In a pisoa ol wood, ud tha Uitla uimaloula ui like a ship at ■ncbur, ia a bay or bvbor; ita tail eitenda ud turu itaalf, ud tba body of tbs animalen-le, ths littk bail, whoaa -ipuing to at tbs top btpal ki wbirl lUalf round and round, ud thu novaaiut to ao quick ud powerful that it enatas, avte in the blllowa of tba waier-dnp, a Whirlpool, which kaspa svar goiag rouad wfMar ud mon riukatly; it grows to a (WpMta, whiah ause uf tha UtUs monadas who are oanghl withu II ou escape, the whirl-bool ta loo flerea, they get drawn into il, ud tad a grass la the jaws of tha bail ommakula. fht bidi stoau the tail, roUe logelbsr, but axw ‘I atraUlMa itoslf int sgma; the bell whirla, the wfatrlpuol guca rooM, end m It many a qaietudtho ^tlesepaanlngmonade ledrawn down. But Iha bell tnimalcalt is also ab»ut ■ It whirls lU ball Iha body, ud efing ita putohoieal agsia i ilantTr, Ihe U(l hreakf mm tbe ball fii«U wilbonl auatrol hither and Uurlag tba prevalúas of a buvy rain, a gsB-tlaoM ■ ta I’aruatartid to-xuM fruoi Ihe ifo Jooffroy to Ibe Eoauga d« Tunramu. bis tida a bllad mu wu aboat to try the great uudevtaklag, bat ba beumi ao ulaaglad ■mnag the aamaruu eabiafea, that ba wu la Ub-■Ibui dufu af batag killed. Kindly atopp-laj la tha pwlfia| rma, at tbs risk nf bia awn life, Iha guUainu raaaoad tha bind mu, aad bare bim la waly to tha atbar stda. “My frtoad,” oahl ba fo kto prwiM “yaa MmnM not fw aloaa in aoeb arewdad Mffwub Isrea; yaa will ba ktllad." “Tbara'i aot the leut duger,'’uswered ba, uapaiably “I sboaM get ilaiig eery wall. If paopla ira«MB«tiEtarMnwiftMtr Ihitbar <« tha wavu of the water4frgi, but il kaawa bow to bslp itself; nsUira bu pnividad fur such a cataab'ipha in Ita rrutioa. The bell siuka fo lU b It -B, ard 'b* miiatny tall gruwa again, ud if dwlh evu mars, u-inra liu bau so Uberal in ths orulion of ihis liUla world—now lie ud MW creatures arise M quickly out of thoae which have passed awav, ud an grant w lhatr nuaibar-tbat th* daaih of OM is Isst thu a drop la the oaau, or a gista of aud le th* desert of Sahara. Tba llvu of Inuumeratle uuiialeula |>aaa away u a braalh, but Ibay naa mb, eiiataaea in auaally Isfimw aumbwa Tba uimalrafea multiply to aeart vaitaly of way; but the noal -toltffdiiidi iDg, ud out Ilf tba asi’iialcAar* foraad, wbieh. eonoM tothal , agaia diflda tbatoaaifu lab parto, foraiag atw -rsahtou, aad ' Ilf inaraaa* proaseda to IbSulty. aloaa art abw to sera indeiMident—there are muy more larger ud I tiou* of a society, ettabltohtd open pnuciplet eon smalW ; moM of ^em however are only o^ |    «d, casiocally met with, ud only a fow hart the grace ud beuty in tbeir appea.-uoe ud motion which disungutoh thoM we have mentioned Among the larger specie* we are itreck bv the T^mMt ud Bullet anamalcalu I uefirneut of peace sa earth by every, l»wfol and The first It like a trumpet or cornucopia, in its j £27*”!^ interior arenumeroun duk dots ud a row of    Ííl globuleA lile a string of beads; abont ita month are thistle-like threads. The Bullet uimaleuie to round, covered u with a nat, and alto trimmed round with a fine row of hair; in tbe intenor there art always to be eeen several smaller BuUeta. But when we obacrve the whole cluaer, we find that if to not a singla creature, but a group of thouaudn of imaller double-trnnked amimaicultn, which tambine in the formation of this greater uimalcule, ud thui I'orm a nun'~'.iua iaolatad family.    | Rcuulai.aun'leaautcreaturea cljo present tog u i«p.;td cuciwreiie. in airesu»*# ad-pied tor themXiVa ’i^f X!    I    “• unpleasanUy in thair nature, thoirmobona ud I -To BoWrt Maredsn, Keq, Usdon." their form. ThuA there i* a specra    Cha-1    uov.    Misr to exirarad fro. th. MwoDary melion among the animalcnlaA which cu    ei-,    g^lstar tor the year 14111 pand ud eimtiact its body inbi the moat van -1    »<*.    w™ lus shtpea; now it elnngatae itaelf, (tretching ' sword sgainM naden; neltker toafi they learn war uy mere.’ The anaaimlly ef other Chrlattan Fowen 1* yet ulntempuii; ud, toneded oa the prtnclptee ef oar holy faith, hai the talreet prtepsct of stuilily. “Fcrnianset ud ulccnal peace la not altogether at aan’e dtopoeal It Is encooragiag ta obeerve Ibe growth of paelAe dSFpesiUoai to ttie wjrl^^ad eo- ctotlsA coodoeud In s moderate ud ■pint, may eontrlhnte ta Ihelr esUaaton ud maln-tenuoe “» Kh theee viewA the ufijeel of yoar society can not fail of my cordial approbatioe, wiiboat Involv its memnere in the moat oppomte lUrectioiA with 1 slow eipuding mouun; not it draws luslf up in a heap, ua when mother uimal-cnle approaches, it etretchea out i.t annA am-braosA entwmaa it, and, u it warA envslopea it, uU It dies in its embrace. We have not apace in a pariodicsl to follow ont the Ufe of a watar-dnp to ita virioui tp«-ciilitise ud curioaitMA aad it to impoemblA andar any torcamatancaA eatirely to exhaust the sulii^ect. The more one looks into it. the greater tbe wnudera which present IhemaelvaA the mure nature discloaea henelf in her hitherto nnknown pawerA «ha mors doaa aha appear to os ao woodarfBlly gnat in nusuttare. The life in the watar-drop which we have bare sxhibitad, to, indeed, not to ba foud is evary water, but to to b* ateo to ptodA swampA ud gerarally in all watara in wbieb uimal ud fuaoil mattar is in ths tet of deoom-)Hiaitiiin ; ci«ked, distilled, or rain-water oon-taint no snimaleolee, hot only a few dare are reipiired, il left in the open air, for tbe furma-tion uf liviog things within u, .1 btfins tu UK'VA to live; but wbenoe do they coma? what prudiieea tbsM little animalenlea? Uu Uw air ninveved to th# «atar tb* mattar •*■ caamry tor th'air formatioB ? It ta poatible. Bow all this 1* acoufflplisbad mu will probably Mver ditcovar, bnt Uia laatoa eoavtyad la tba fursgoiuf beta, nghüy appreeulad, oiiaBt a vast bald of apaaolatiuB, la uhibtfiag tha infinity of tba Craalor't power; ud yet, elradge to lay, the pnde of muv of IboM who occupy themeelvea in traeini the laws of aa-tart leads them to overtook the Unmtar in era-alios, ud th* great design it lotta^tof in the euntaoplauon of mínate lawa ud detallad pfriotaA    _ Tics BexsraiToaA—Tli* dav laborer who ■ami with bony buda ud tMSwtat of hi* brow, ooarM fond for a wifo tad eblldna, wbom ba loe*A to raiaad by hu gaaarou* atoUvu to tru* digailv ; aad Ihougb wuUag lb* raffna-mMl* of 111* IS a Doblar Miaf Ihu IhuM who think themnalvaa nbaolvtd bv waallb from sar Ting otheii. It IS worthy of aot* that lb* mu ud wumu wIki tbiak asoal higaly of tboa-toltriA ud tooot toouly of othira, are thoaa who rudor baak lu ancwly, for tb* good thinp they tafoy, Ih* amallest retora of paraoaal effirt The world't tra* •toWamaa art (hoy wbotarrelAhaiublTandaarafStIr, loth* bato ol thathiliiy Uod bu giiei iheui. AU other* ar-' but oounlr’ftita ud prttaadaiB.—[ 6'Aaa- racoul J-df' “Thor* ar* two ihiugA" aari a ri rriter, who buavidantly atudwdUMMX, ‘ .. ”that a aomas, bowartr ihorónghlv tb* mav forgle* them, MTtr fiirgata—aaflaet ud unklndaaaa, and whea naoo thoas have aaat tbair abadowt ■rruat lb* brtgbl aawto gladaaa* with wbiah th* yitlda np har whutt toai a* a tbaak-oflhe iBf tu hito aha Iovsa bhb, with Ua atrttoger, storaar aalura, oaa so aMf* brfog bank Ih* dalietey ud frrabasto of that young ~ of thto iotnllo Incrtoiti oalo raqalraa far Ita gat kuarA altar wkJah I Stand than ntofoBt, uf tato* Mat* for foatr Inhart maaaure to m id» Amniaat- tMtafrafta ftk nMaf ■to»*iH«iaal ni»— ínrrytsrtÍTMi prooret attllioa ia foar dsyA a wuaUba ftHBffKikli •aSJKE.'iS?!*: I *T ato ■Ififtoi» to* twr rear pM«* aarateCfarto!»*' ■ I thu ha 0U reatare to tb* pateh Iha biao« wktofc kia rarclaaa ffaftrt bava dafooad. ña taea Bag ailU axul ta IM IBU reality, bat Ih* hdahthateafaartj roatosac which lumaiidad kfthautoaretoraMMto.*» |^W**WftMto?wñaa tratd th* klah «wThateHft «iMr totkifodad hy anaoh^ MM atoHBhd hg Btwto. Thto* are baa dtoda toU foato ft* aradla I* Iha gnvA kvraftaAoffrhatoftamMkta asear bal afooa* aaatSB^ kt brfghi haraaflar, am hiM* fts rMftft iemiIk And now let ow give your family readen s pasp Into the Inlartar of two socoee of doepeot inuroot, whioh I bsTo TbHod tha veok, ud anhlbUtag tho moet rarkod contrast ta each other. Oa the kro-■000 of Moaday laet, Ibe ?th lost., aocompuied by a party of ftieadA tacludtng tho two Baaman gra-tfemu alraady refrmd ta, I made an exeanion to WbOltrleh. Thu place sts-.ii on Ihe right buk of tbe TbamoA ■* k l°wi toward Uie cbuael, ud a nbou twelTi milos from London. Toa cu roach H In u boar by a steamboat, which, Wartisg from Londoa Bridge, toeep* past the (feeloai UeaSA the Tower, aad Orouwleh Uoraltal, ud tbrougb torera of maeta. aad docks lUod wbb eommcrcitl sblppUg, or by u cspresi train from the Ballwty Elation on the (oath aidt cf Loadu Bridge, yea tro oarrlod witheui a panm, flrot w Iba Deck Tard Bta-ttan at Wootwtch, (where tblpo of war are ballt toe the Admiralty,) ud aril u the Anenal llaUaii. na kxnimAL *asa*i- It Is le tbe Arssiisl that I new Introdaes, la Im-•ftaatioa, yoar yoaag raadctA boptag tor a goodly namber of tare, a pemonal Inigiottoa of soma fotaro day, wbea they coma w vWt tb* "*M ooaa-try." Armed with u order from a OapUla af tt' taiary, ao prasd tho Fodeo Uapaolor at the gat* *( the aisuai. aU larntag ta Ih* MA wo ptm dowa a braad earritgo way, eh olthor oMo of whiab are th* "Baasiu WafbUa" Tbeae aaatoto of hraas ud ether gaasaf haavy caUhee, lom* marked "Bedu,' ethotn "Boaianud," othars "Eaeteti," Iba ra«e of Bebastapel, ud Iho opratlooA both oa the BaMo aad tboBeaof Aaoff.botngatoaaasaggoatad Boia ■tao, liabeEtakufromaOreek Oharafi la Bobu-lop-il, raall to me. bat vary htadfomo. Aftar gaaiag oa Iheao “tiapbtas." aeoud whieb a laego aamfmr el paesoas galker eeeey dag, we pats SawtH UU we eatar a vast wortohop, lUad wltt maa «be, by maebltery prepelled by ileem, vers peepertag reehra—aftarwards ta be lUad with eem-barableo-aad Mtoale rite ballA «htek Itsi drepped rapidly lata bcxra ptaoed bnoalb tb* «uhtoA wbleA foal waattorrad plaeas af bar Wu tow Ibra AaaCy mlasafo. Tbeae* «* repair ta u upper Aeer ef u edlilahig beBdlag, where «* lad fow beyi eestad al MbM, buey la Ih* preparetiw ef beU eartrtoBH- Em* *( Uism boy»-* aolay band-re eeive vofMtllh* rate of fold per woek. flrii,»* icspeel tuamtoriraa w v i^ mublar ry oauing wood, tod relarafog slang oar tormtr path, w< walk ta-«arda the ilrw. Oa Ih* *■* side*f UiU read U lb* 'Ltad Watepert" dopartmeal, wbeeo yoa ew toe aamraettaa ef Ihee* llgbi carle. Ae., aeeasetry w (he maeek af ta army- (>■ lb* otbae side of tbe paib fo tbo “Wbra Oarrtag* Dopanmrm" wboro «baste tor gu eerrtafoi art i-epaied. Heam tad maaUawT befog ohiely raptayeA Ponbe» aroeed to u epu raare, rell at m vtriow ptrfo «t the yards tad trots, are teet rtal i.amhen tt m^iUn. ruaea, aad pllw of eamwa rbol. fia« *( •«*• rraair ta Ihoballdlog. udorvbowtos ttaoa revf-m u Mmoaw room lllod with maehla ■SF-brtw tad olhir aawoa sro beiag borto, or la toto saraw ta to* foto yea es* iw laeraa aaeA wMab era aboto to be Miad ’ ■ad bto a toerl lira agA ttmt mfghiF Laaeatoev gaaeweeeotii har*. Bat u . M *• go ap lie hlü ta th* WoiA W* paw toe Mimarv Beep'l*!.    'b*    ««b** ytid, wkra to* Mtttorr bates* an srag raniMr ■ad mwtaf tora dwmd for toe awetat ef toa Esto ladia Oompawp. LeMtog eto u toe Omamu fo tm-.ef tb* weMee, to a leat raag* of tawraek* And are tato tt tboee artUtary treepetakaat. fora af towi art youg, tra Imve uvxr esec scrnce ebraad. Bttmarhhow ly *r tbcm have br. aatd tmom, ara bew heih oforeri sad wso bare mediln, sowc *( thaw whh three cfoap*. u thair hrwra. TBwe are tbs CM-mau edtfo, aad tb* otatos shove muy a meto are marked "AlffiA" “InkcntaCA" “Ealaklava.' new troepe have only a tow weeks ago new* hem», with tbe rcgwWala—ibat ta, wMb the gau «htab were moaaled on the varioos hattertae aruud Sebastopol, sad wblek were served vftb aocti Bdeltty and at neh cott of llfr, both by tb* artlBery ■otdlere tad by tb* marines ef Ibe Naval Brigada. Wa IberodbiA tato apen tbe sarvtroie with dafo, foterwi. Bow* af Umm src oaraam OhrtoHu all of tocB brav* mu. If yw speak ta ora ef ibca tbstt th* psrtli *f tb* past, b* glroa yoa grsrt aad medosi aosworA wuctby of a tra* Midtar. On that greu plain, strMcbleg awsy wettward, a few years ago I wttcasasd a magntSent array. A fort« body of tr.-cps of tbe line—a brXlut rtaff foBowsd Lori Bardinge, tbe Dike of Cambridge aad other grneraJ oOeerA logelbsr with Dosierona bsttartas of srtllt*-ry, drawn by Inc bsmis wsai tbmgb Uw minmnv-rw of * Bcid dsy. A sommer su sbsns brtgbUy, sod s ttroog of Luodon foUaonabM, In thefr car-rtagTA witb a mtmof ipsctatoTx on (ooi, i/ateb*d tbe evolniioiu of tbe iroopA aad lialcned ta tbe ar-Ulicry a* It gaUoped over tbe (eld, tod runed at tbe load explosion of tbe lafote which hailed th* blnh-day of theQoeen. Aits I bow muy of tbow Inc troops of the IteA and of that artUtary, hav* ffoce perished by Ibe derourfog iword of war I Bat era we tasve Woolwlcb, let as wur tbta pa-vBtoa-lK* btoldtog, M tbe ocnbwett of lb* plain. It ta caUad Uw Eotaada. It was orlgfoaBy ereetad by U» Prfoc* Bsgui, fo ISU, In Hyde Park, tor a grand tntcnajiment to 'h.- Alltad BovereigaA altar the BatUe et Watarlou. Tbcnee II ww broaght to Woolwich Oommon, and has beeoa* a depoatury tor madsta ef war tblpA speetawnaof aaeleat mttto locks aad other guA Uhmtrtttau of psataon bn Jgas, cara and modela ef forttoed placcA and oUwr kiadrcd exhUittl, Among tbeae an minltmre ecu fo wood of Bnmnn aruilery IrafoA together with the figures of Mack troop boftw with leather barnwA u presented by tbe Onar Ataxuder 1. Ai yoa emerge (fow fr.e ro-ludA yoa oae u eaeh ride of tb* area caonon nawl la the relga tt dtflsrsat BaglMi archa Takfog a forewtol gtaac* *( Uw Oowmaa M as DM lotgtt tbat aerer was Uw Bnttab    w formldtbta a* now Bat nra M mi taac yrmr read-' eri to the coairaat presscted by IX   axrou xxn urouirnav actaooi. It ta u April mornug, ud “the lean" »me first ta dty, althongh by ud eye we shall Lave “Uw md*i"al*o. Oroailn* Watcitoo Bridg* In Uw toning rain, I rvach Uie railway itattan. Theaec fo baU u hosB I am carried m WandtvorUi, a modsrataly sienl IOWA about tea mlM from Loodoa. I am fo quett of a Eefuf e aad Beformatory, which tvo yean ago wxs removed hither from Oamden Tooa a awuopoUion eaburA and which 1 onoe Inipoctad Ibare with the deepett intcreet. Now K ta on He iblrd phase; it cosmencsd fo the midst of a crowded, smoky loeaflty-thence It migrated ts s sabarb where at leui greu fields were m sigbt, and wbere the InmaWs were removed from Btghi ami attaMa-tloita In Uiemecivn dsworaUaiog and evU. Now tt is at Wudrwortb, ud aiwe approach It I fiad myself repstt jg “GooA better, bett.'" Bnt whal ta Uw “hssir’ you atk. Enter vlth me these oU iron gaur, apeced tor you by a boy rosy and well clad, ud taler the ban of u ucteni Ivywmvered manaloA th* kindly matron of which hu alroady open ta rooetvo yoa. Wt crow th* hall, and wo art fo a drawingroom, largA bow wiadawi taokfog ott ou a vtl-vttlasra. Next we pass iato Uw parlor, hug rouad with pietursa fo (ramcA (*U eiadc by tb* boyi of Uw EsfogA) ud over th* muicl ptace ire t number of pbotogrnphA aad atae portrait* fo utter eolorx -Thcuo ar- portrilm of boys wb- have been fraloed fo th* Eefuge. Two of them were KM, with sight OUWTA ou Uwir veyage ta AmetiCA sets* ysari igo, when the “Annie Jue" was wreckad oa on* of tb* WotternlsludiOf Beouaod.and n-oriytour ham drod soul* portahui. Ai ta the o>LerA ■»*( wut ta tbe Cuitad StatcA tad with two ekcepttaa* have turned ott wttL Two bar* found siustiaiia fo this city. A noaUwr nf oUwn hart left uder auaplciooi dr-cumifoDceA and on lb* day of my visit to the Wudsworth Refuge, the Master was at PsrwnwnUi with two yuuthA about ta jofo -ne of her Mutsmy’c ships of wir. But dinner hour ta s( Land, (Ira: tasting tb* soup with th* of gusto cf tbe hungry London AldermsA who, tboogb uccnstomod M bis turtl* tt tb.r Hsa-HoMC, imsckiid his Ups ud ssid of Uw Work-beuwsoup, “Vea good wup for tb* poor,") I pro. oeodod to a long, low rootod budding, i u Ui* other aide of the relvet lawn. Here 1 fiad M beys Kf-sd at dinner, whieh ta-dny ta compooed of a bowl of soap mixed with ba led barley and aecomptnled by lii oaacet of good breail Th* dlotaa vartoe. On thro* days fo ib* week Uiry have tor dfoner, hoUsd awst and potato**. Ooc-t aad bread torm their breakfaxt dady, sod generally thry bare ILe tame for supper, or rtet ud ju r, end sowsiimei bread ud ebooor. Amot--rosy bud you could not •**. Th* fwalih of Uic ritultahmsot to eaeeltaet Tbu upotbeciryfo **-eout lust yoar only auwuawd ta thkrty-thro* ibU-ImgA and ibere bat bew bnt oM deutb fo IweyuwA nod Ihta wbm cbolert was cpIdemtA Akar dtaner, afl tb* boys ataod spud sang, Me Uiank Uwa Uid, tor tbta our tood," Ac. I tbu taawlaad tbcm at aom* lengtb ou Bcrlpton histoa ud doctrina*, and several of Uiam msnl fasted rra Cfroag cmotloas dA-Ing tbta pun of Uw proeeedlnp. I alM qaoMloDOd thra fo Arllhme'lA Arironomy, wid other MlfioetA and roetlvod nuM ut sractary auswcrs. U thto room they astt nrlsi a wtto tor Ih* practice of mualc, BOdsc a auwur, ud M ta lb* genrrt srbool-reom alto. 1 altarrards vWted tbu work sbopA whor* Ik* tiadoo of Ih* Masktwiia, Isltor, •buomaker tad sarpaatar an taught, uad crerythlag tauds wkkh the saUhUthaul roquín*. Ntai, I ti amlaod tbu larp sruaard ud gsrdeo, with gas vsU fruA iH cattivaied by Iha koyA and fo beullhl der, Bsre, tl Uw ud* of Uw lawa, ta a hct-hoast tor plants ud terdllnBA ■■>( UwcA In tU rsabr, ta nsisg a monad, u which wUl suoa appear a gfttta, lUed wnb slwlta aad all Thedtactpitaatamlid. Thu mastar ratoo by morU InflaueM. The Bibta ta hi* taat bsoh. Ohrtauu love wins tad uwlts ibt bssftt ef tbsm ».« “Arabs" ef -h- euy, ue.hslf >f whom were ritbrr orphan* SI won*, Uw cbttdreu of cnmiosl p*renl*-lh* Mhsr hstf w*r* yuog Uilsves, who hsd b«« fo prison Till* sdnlrsW* ■rahlWhttSM ta soUreiy sspp- rted hy M « P-rttl, of Losdoa, si u tipsast of men thu il,ita* psruoam Niaa Vssics. KI vi> Words—Tbev osvsr biistar Ui* taaguo ,.r lipa Ami *- t*vc liirrf h-nf „f mt msBl or IP'ublc *"•*“« ff”™ Tb. ,.....  ‘ e-iin|>' It ur Ip.ubic ansing from Ihie uusrt ,uih Ibov d" 'W’f    nmch, ^1 tbej ipTish m'ucb. They hrip nmt t own f. nwB («4 fnid will. Nod woraa aoAto our Dgrr word* ara foal to tha fian» „f wrath, and mail, it t-l*» ^ fforeelj. lud wi.«>iUfoak*otb#rp*oj.l* food aalured. I word* ftuotti paogÍA aad but words stareh tkoM. aad bittto wards mak* th*» billar ud wimtbfal word* aak* lb*» wretk-rul H. r« It aueb a retk ot all -tks# klada of word* la "ur dsvA *■« it aaaa» daamtkia ,r* kiad words a t“ « There íi::ía Xkmé ■akiad ff ftlMI WVIBBM •    MMVrew^    «B^iil ur* rsii. wvrdA and idle wtiriU, aad T wordA and apUcftll woldA and aillv Ia tod *B|rtj wvwdA tmá greftas wardá, b-wt-roui wurdA a*4 wiihs mh4a d wards ai»> gfadtaat ftair cn taap m mmlt AMl B batotUlU    ft ly sMHiith, aad aaiat amdlBaaftbFfi hMMi ’Thto aksBM^^ft kftbum?. ■HHft iad feaiufA WaUnwwtjm    » kiad wqgd* ta «Bffk afeBfrdaBBi ■• É|r •Bfbt W ba Foa raa LaonA—Ixowgk, Ik* grant iotogat-aac# orator, mad* thcaa rcmarlA in a ranaat ■pamdt ofbia: “ It wa* tuM au u Ktaglaad, Ifaat it waa necesaary far a lady wko wiahad to travel tbr urh EuropA to be alwaya toooaifiaaMd by a guiloDU, to protaet bar from all radasaaa ud cv«o actual iMsalt. I told tbam tbat hare, in die Uaitod riutaA a lady oouid traval flrom Maine to LouiaiaDA and b* traatod with tbe ETcauai jwlilcncaA (Applaoae.) Now, ladiaA I have freqnastly notioad, that when aapc-cially in pnbiw aasembhaa—aoB* of yoa bare bcu offarad aaatA whicb, oa a mattar of aoor^ tesy, you atasUd ooeopy, iaatoad of politaly ttfi eg, ‘ I tbaak yoa, i>ir, for yoar kindnaaa.’ JM have dropprá into tbe voaatad aaat, witb ■pparoDlIy u oftUtá air, a* mncb ■■ to aay, ' Ivo iwfiidruf pwfpf, yoal’ (Applaaaa.) Now. ladMA the naxi uma a gytlaoi» uffara y .uu a seal, if you will only put oo one of your pteiUtot asuicA and any, M >hank toa «if, ^ pand npon it, a man ou stand all night, and never know ft Aos any Itgt Kab-Bixo* —Ear ringt are wcrn by all na-tiohA lu tbe Eut they are made the tixe of saucera, ud are generalfv of gold ud V.. jsble jcveta. Id order to admit thi* im-oiei-ae ear-ring, u lociaion la made through the ear, ud a filament formed of ooooa nat iaavea tighUv rolled together ia thrust into th* opwiag. T'hit filamut ia oonstuüy eniargtd Ull it tma wrenched tbe orifioc to two incbaa in diameiar, ud th* perfection required being then tttaiped, the wound it allowed to heal, ud the ear laden with every kind of ornament. Tbe ear of a lady balooging to eivilixrd Uhral-endom would be lookra upon with eontecnpt by these Kutern faahionablei of both nexea— tor men u well u women wear tbe ear loaded with eoioA jeivelA SowtfA of ujthiug -iraa-mentai that tbev cu procure; but among tha lodiu tribcA tbe noblaau aioae ar* allowad the high privilege of having u orifica through tbe ear more thu thro* inefaas in diamater, while the towtr ordan an nstriewd to that aite. Oxiaix or Gittub vn* Sack.—Two gutie-mcA one a Spaniard ud the other a Gnrnan, who were reouaunaoded by timr birth ud aervicsA to tbe Emperor MaiimiBu U., both oovatcd hia daughter, the fair Helena a«b*(ipquuD, in marriage. Tbii prince, after a loDff delar, one day informed them thaA -atoé^ttameollfe.aad aot baSAE abft I ^ besfmr a prtferrece, Be sforeld frerelt ta Ike force ud addrau of the sMfosnta to decide tbe qneauun. Be did not focu, iiuwerer, to risk tbe lie of either, ud conaequentlv would not permit «capona to be uaed, but had ordered a large bag to be produced. Il wu hit decree that whicMoerer tucceeded in putting hit rival into this bag ahonld obtain ihe hud of his ilsughter. Thia aingular encounter between the two gentlemen conceqnently took piaoA and before the whole court. The eon t»t iaated tor more thu u hour, when tbe Spaniard yielded, and the Oarmu. Ebernnrd Yu Ttlbei A having “plutad” iun rival in the bag, took it npon hit back, ud very ga! lutlylaid it at tbe feet of bu mittraM, wbom ba eapooaed tbe^nait day. rim Navan Lasvaa Bin -Look at tbe career of man u he paane* throngb the world; of mu. viaifed bv miMbrtune I Bow oftu is he left by hie fellow men to siuk andar th* wtijAl of his afflictioDa, nnheedoJ uu rW»* I One fnead of hit osvn t*x forgat* him, auoiher absndona hirj, a third, perhapA belrsyi him, bnt wooota, fiuihfni woman, foilowa him in hitadliction with unthaken affection; bravea tbe chuge* of hia (eelingA of bia temper em-ftttered by diaanpo'ntment of the world wit', the highest of all virtue; in reaigoed patience miniitars to bin wuta, even whan her own are hard presaing, aha waepa with him, toar tor tear, in hit SintrtOA ud ia the first to eaicfa and reflect a ray ot joy, ihnukl but on* light up hi* oountenanee in th* aidal of fua anBer-ings; uJ afir never taavei him in his misery srhile there remain* on* act of f wuiie «ñero    —    — lor*. datf, OT eompaaaion to he perfotiMd. End at uat, when life ud lorrow eaB tugathar, abe fol-lowi him to tha tomb with the ardor of affection which death ilaelf cannot daalroy. Odd AnrAniXT.—The ladiM of Naw Zra-laDd, according to u Engiiih miMionnrv, hnva a way cf iheir own to dirert themaelret: Tbe chief uiracnent of the females via ud itiil lA th to -% <»• pnd* IhmiMlTea on thair doisg thu id the mutt aflertiag way, ao that a stranger would be deceiTed, tfid nol Uunk »i    that    it eoaid be a njere mochary uf woe, and yet it if Buihmg more;    »had m abaodasec, and tbe haadi are wrung, u if aaifenng the moet poignant grief» *hile the nioai heartrending cnea exoie tbe lyapathy of the oom-panr The ladiee bare tbeir ean adoraad with fllleta of learea, or of dng'a hair, and no much joy do they eiparianoe » th» amaumtnt, that they look forward to a go<^ crying vrilh the tame detir* a young indy u Englud doea to a dance or halL Lota-A oo»plainl of th* heart growmg oot of u inordinate iooginf after aoiu It nf u ioordinale longing after aomelftni ffioall to obtain. It attoaki personn of both IX» kstwnsn Ihe agaa of fiftere ud thirty. i>me here been knowi to hare it at iixtj. .Syauifoais-Abaenoc of mind—firing thiDga mniynSme*: oalHag tenrA Brtt«r; ud tiffba laphyiA A fondneu for poefry ud much mane: gaitng oa tbe lidereal bearou; loas of appetlta ; ncgWct of bniineM; loalhinx to» *11 SingA ¿V* one; bloodahol *y*A *nd a wn-■lut demre to aigh. KfH*-K atrong haarl born ; T»!"    ; •tupidly eloquent area, c.**gin**A and alliut ■on ol thing. Al UmaA imn»»»»» bowen of r.asA wi*>g*d cupidf, and but^d pea*, ud then again, ocetni of d«*pair. rnoA-tormtnu ud pistola-LiTv—0*1 married. CasnacraaikTio* or a Funca Laai. -T^ Freach lady’* ebarsitanttlo* are gawttnlly that she U oneioepuonably abo^that fts woari uumitable glovsa—lhal ah# ba* a toilal of two oolor* ..uly. with * diatracting way ot •aaring a ahaw—that har mu^ m* W-witching, fall of imail graeai and iillfTlti^ shanad ooqoalnaA    *anun|    in    tha msMl apprvciauan of ularnal propsrty, bi whiab bar fiirtoUoaa an alwaya subordinsto— lhal aba baa a n»rv*to«* faaolty of ntag aiMMlad Ihruagh th* dirty airaett if Uarta, ud ■■ Barraitoa* a haack of boldiaf np her a with on* ka»l orar har laftliip; ud ah* baa a aupernatnral praaarrauoa of rouifi, aud a hew _ Ur/resaJ’s *««*■■ J lupsrnatiiral pr lidannff lUHl mdftrlur ossa efeffieftsg Mixnas or Yotna Lam» -U aMaaror- li th* amdiMta of a raallr viftuuu «•»»■ lk> thar* w In thataf a pruJa; ud auBM da^ ji fraadon, to fer frttan bawg UMOMpatibU vllh tbs alnetast rtrtuA 1* oa* of i» pr.aMgal pnnmao. if a lady ia akHgad » r*»iv* oompuy sa diikaftfli. il I* tmp of baff bnediag if ah* appaw parfattTy ■« saa»i mak* I tUa or no apetoc *» ^ A pKMw who Hmimm bar maaam waft ptti garb, most b* im Whu u Arab woM iBi ■faia aflor tba daalh of kar c^atta th* aifht bdfee* htt i ft* gnw* J bar Aaad kaadfoudi -raeciC.-taaiig.., HIM WgfaM '■

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