Dollar Weekly Times in Cincinnati, Ohio
12 May 1853

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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 12, 1853, Cincinnati, OhioA 2ASM fOR "THE lIlIIOIi"-IifSSPENBEHT IH All THIÍÍGS, HEUTRALIU HOTHIHfr. VOLUME X.-NO.CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1853. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. .^cltctfb (Talc. 1 Iki: Ihprilf »nd the eirrumiUiice troubled her ’    B***    C*»k'«    Joumml.J    |    o«e« at. V«i htrt otly to ntkt otht yotr I ieo of which 1 could not denonnte tkt tu-1 ' not t little, ^he wtUed htU tn hour for her ' oqw I MCOVITW» » BIST MXICO '    ^    "*    o««*«sryi    there    •••    no    lonitr t »p-    MCOV»^.-g    A    PMÍT    .B    auico.    I    |«r    ht    will    honor    hit iiKnttiire with ' tii/ inytUry for me in the autt tecret «moci- liuibtnJ turóme to tuiiptr hut he did not THK Wl.t'tiS FORETHOÜOHT \ sKhii'H Kdi: viil'Nt. \i\!:k!i;u rhoriH nr SYLTAXi .', i'cmn, jk. unit towtrdi the tbop. She placed her car Fur the liu t RhKlHiM Oh 6 1’kK.cn. >i nil. HU I ¡\ VN h«r« )« Ui« 0140 not horn « tUhv, O'ttf whom our »larr) i^uiblrtn wivt*iy llaret Ut iDTadt*, impair, imitvi'b. Til# rr«e Jodi aaa the right of •porch’ Ad«1 p«Ui«U U« ill» eowBniarn Ihat «ouUDoiBhkU UiU ngh* iruiu harm. Ami blliirr'd be the hcuoiu’U toiigutf, That « ouU la •ilenre htvu ll buig' U Is the ii<ht of «THr> man, ho dwell* within fair Freedom's laud, I'o «peek the (eehngs ul Ui» mtod Wllhoul restratuU uf au) Lind. ÍW It bexieaUi U^e church's doms, lb ball* of stale, oral hU home ^urroubded by ibe breath of Uod, He dares to speak oq ln*«ydofu*s sou' Aod while the majesty uf taw He helds In rererence and two, .No tool of “brief auihonlj " i'ao curb the speech that Cod maWts freo! rtut, as f‘>i Kirfcland-wbst care wa' He is a mao,—aud doubtless free, Bat the expreasiou of ran breath Hae, by our Mayor, beea stabbed to deatb.’ irisat Jackson!—has U come to pass, That man should be so much ao aes, .^s to presume, w.lb threats and force, To atop free speech In Its full course! A sacred riffht has been Invaded. A law of liberty degraded,— A rtulatioa dark as be!l, I'Hcif, on oar proud eicutcheva iel!! I'he base iusclt must be repellM, .And tbe catAwrrL act opbeld To public gase, that even mb May “ahnk"away to lufaiuy! I Let Ktrklaud speak, or aay otie I Beneath the light of Freedom's suu, I While the proud banuer of the free '^Vaves o'er hts head tu majeftyt And let the wrolcb beware ho would the right of speech impalr ' By word or act, lest frevmeu's bate Shonld doom him to a Haynau^s fatt' \<.fmatx,dpr 4. usa. For the Ihily Times. Al».\ I. IND.A. »T J. r. wsibB. 1 saw uer when morLior Tha Kartli was ad»rulijg; ..le bltec. 1 .4 .Mr^. Her dark corli w»*fe nraj ii g. Her bps were rmile-playlng I loved but to wi«r-¡>. She lay 'aeath a willow, Her wblte arm the pilloe Where ueslted ber head; I gazed 00 her sioiliug, So eon aud beguiling, I knew she was dead’ They gal.nered around her. There wbere 1 bad found her-They bore her away. They buried her, lonely, And left me there, only To weep o'er the clay. My life wu all gladness, But now 'us all sadness And weareih away;— My life la all sadouss, But soon 'iwlli br;ug maduesj To dream of that day. FfiRL srain, May 1?03. ^ From tbe Olive BriBcb. 1 RF..MKMBKB, I KK.MKMBKR. 1 f«ujemt)«r, I r»ininil«f, iiy bomu, far, i.riwa., K.Dcirrl.d bj b ui>pl« truve .^ud bawtborii'a l«uder ti ra,; I oricn dream 1 wander oiU, When (itUnwed lo repuae, Tu bear tbe mournfal muaie .\mun£ iba teal> buufUa. 1 remembar, I remember, H'ben 1 quii ibe pluw atuunn, _ llnw piraard 1 a ibe gebial apul, _Vor left 11 Tery auuii-(oand (.uoii apread ool before me, abd la . upa of awe.t romance, buildini indled up my faory, time, thr r lad* my pulaea dauca. der ha»e Lbar. 1 remember, esgiue t elar and bubbllDf apriiiK, If on tK, ^himed Crum , yrraaay kuull -pla.ad bi bearll tiuc nei    ailed ap fn'U lu fonuuin, altbe/,K^,,„,„ ,ii. on    honid,. Twe' thin alar eai|.'’‘°h*t, i reiuaiuber, tb. > ior clofer Holla In June, , j i uaed to brealhe iboir fr..|raui*, "nen tbe bee. were all m tuuo-la iClplci’d Sil my hat wllb blwwima, ori| uaai 'l I'd eaat ibem lu tbe air, hbi. ' maid cull the f.ry awealeal, drioa . fur |d place lueni In my bair, **il' oat ttamber, I remember, W    '»f..a achool l.u ■ Ibe firgin lily, 'la iawf llpauucloae. woulu ejrld lof arh(«l-ho«i.o apread wilb clay, re paiV o'Hb tuugta-bewn vakan altl. T* D^.ereau furgetlt, , Auaou Kimball had bccu niarricd about a to the kef-hole and li.tcncd, but could onlf ^ month Hia bu.iueii wu at tm makin*. aud ¡,„r an iudiatinct hujiiof voicea. among whieL _ ; be had a ih-p of hii o« u. end bit w bole atock t),,, her hii Aaná. Tb. latter Wu «T-'wu paid for. ao he felt i|uite indojiendent, iá.atly lupplicatiug, foV hia tonca were cam-the tuture look mg all clear and bright. Itia jnj luiiuuíiourd. Soon there wai a mofe-wife waa one oi Ihuae mild, lofing creatnrei mmt of teet tuwarda the door, and Lmnie that hang fnndlT upon the inter.-ati and af- haateued back to the houae, and ere lung her frctionaofthe buthand and whoae aoul may hn.baud entered. !U looked pale aud tron-tiuk orswim wr.U tb. [oitunea of the being ,m|    ,    uervoua uiufement of the it haa cboaen u a parfaer.    ninatlta ni hi* faec, aa though be would hafe One erening the young couple were •ittmg j.onrealed the grief that bore him down, he IQ their comtorUbie ap«rttncnt. the husbend ioi>k his scat at the table engaged m reading, and the wile working; i-o„rl,innic watched her companion with    . bu*ily atlh her needle.    ¡an anxiety almost agouiring, but ihe spoke , iuust pay o    „ iligbteat trace conid    be    met    with.    The    na-    “Souly.”    interrnpted lion 'I'adeo;    ‘‘from    |cilucu with their daggeri, if be would not tbe mouieul    that Beraita becomea my    debtor,    . lubmit to be plundcrrd quietlK. Une alone hia life u p.-rciona to roe, aud 1 mean    it to be    ol the raicala, aa hard to leiie at an eri, would .    .    >    “TV***®    **'?    “'■    ‘h"'    reapected.”    'eoutrire to c.capefrum a whole troop of aol- memhera of the law who were known for ..xh, „n.r will pay with a good grace. I diera. Weill I know the ehiof of the mar. their luccni in difficult cuet, and who all    "    ■    •    "    ... mieiningo. what wa. paM.ng JeeliugMhat ,o„of the bniinca.intrniUd to me required V n*nicr,,T fñ In r f .'n I i ‘ll® »ff»'f ibould bc pnihed with tpiril. 'll?.'!..*    and ! had addreiKid myaelf W two or three tocir luwni tn dillicnit cuet, and who all    you,”    replied    the    -Meiican    in    thaliarfna,    be    hu    nut    left    Mexico,    nnd 1 enn pot nromiied me their niiiiunce; but no aooner i Bilde.t of tonet."    ;    ray linger on him wheae,er nect.anry. 1 hid I named the undiicofenble debtor—Uon i ..¡j^    j,,    p,yi,>‘    replied    the    Don,    it    ii    all    nicotiou tkiau ouiy one iutlance among my ......    ■"      ■       ■    ■    ■    a    thu nnd we roac from the table. Uion.iio I’cralU—than eich one in turn made , | eicniea, and ref need to carry tha cue further. ;    'ph..___.    .................... 1 nder theae eicnau it waa euy to lea there ,    ¿*1 gare me an ait'di. | roguct afraid of me, and t'hungb toma of them ; wutomelhing in the character of the l)on    gümpieof    the    undercurrent    of    Mexi-    '    have    tried    now    aud    then    to    rid    tbemselfca uf J..    S.m.fi.l    A# nawwUAkan» kiw    I    ,    .    .    t .    a-    . ,    :    iinguUr diMoturiei; but I could cite a thuu- Thu wu a mode of conducting biuinew i uud. It was periioua work, hutil made the ' of m ‘ I'muflbe up early lo-iuorrow morning, 1,0, “¿orí un'liratrer'Au'aon'hid'ut hark I.mnie, forour party itaru «bortly af^r aun- {j„m table. The food remained almoat nae, laid .\n*oii, ai he laid dow u bit pijtcr ' ,mtonjh,j ap,,Q i,i, p|,tg    mofed *“ Jf*    ..    I    1    away, aud he would hare left the house had “Then yon are. going, are you? remarked '    .tupped    him. l.innie. rhrre «at jutt regret enough 111 her ; ..Hu,baud," ibataid, in aaoft.gentre tone, tone to render her voice let» liTcly than ntuil. ,t the tame time laying her band upon hit hat it mutt have l«eu a vary keen obterver    imploringly    into    hit    face, that conId havt noticed it.    what it it that tronblet you? ■ U, to be •■ire, retnrned the yonng man. in ..Nothing, I.iiinic,” half fretfully returned lagay, laughing tone. “\on know the handt he, at he mideumoiion at if to remove hit iintaeold thopgoonthu talt water fuhiug , hand from his arm. , excuftion every year, and of couria 1 mutt • There is nwweMróy, Anton-1 know there go with them We cant Uke our ladies „ Come, do not keep it from me.” ;w,th nt on such a trip, but yon shall have a “There is nothing that you need know.” good tune to make up for it.    • Bnt a wifo need know all that can affect “kou muatn t thiuk, -Vnson, that t envy ■ her hnsbaud thua. What is it, Auion?“ you the pleasure you antieipa:- for I am sure    ,,    g„(hing    bnt    my    own    buaines..    and    a nothing can give me more satvlfactiou than to    ■    ■ know thatyou are etijnyiug yourself." “1 bv.ieve yon, Linnicj and I usure yon I shall enjoy mpelf on this trip eiceediiigly. So you will be happy, too. eh?” “t’crtainly,” retnrned the yonng wife but i the word seemed spoken rcliietantly. “Come, come. I.iunie, you don’t speak as yon feel. Now you don’t want me to go,” said Anson, with a tinge of dii-ppointment in bis tone. “If yon think it would be for your good to go, of course 1 ibouid want you to.'' ".And how CHU it be otherwise?” “You won't be offended, Anson, if 1 tell yon." "I’Ou, what an idea! I be ofteuded at you? Come, tell me your thoiightt.” .As tbe \ oung man spoke he moved bis chair t') tbe side of hi» wife and put bis arms about her neck. hicb made tbem fearful of provoking hia re- society. Thinking perhaps that some ; to keen an overlooker, my knowledge of law seutment, or which threatened danger to a toa ■ „pi.„.t¡o„ was necessary, Don Tadeo drew | baing occaaioually serviceable to them has preasing crMitor. ‘rbereiiouly the Itctn-|    pointing    to    his    agents,    said,    ;    preserved me from harm, aud now 1 have a tiate Iten Tadw Cristobal, who can under-| »¡th a smile, “Do you suppose there ere whole army of .Mexican banditti at my orders, take the rue, said one of the three; be has    ,    cuudition to reaiat sncb    to come to the aid uf houut folka who may of granite and a hand of iron. That a ; .hjrfff, officers as those, esjuvially when it ! need usistauce.” “J ust as tbe cue m whirb I find myself,” I replied, “and 1 am bappy in bar lug met hel wife need nut know all that,” This aniwer was harsh, and the tears gushed to l.innie's eves. “My dear husLanil,” she said, in tender ac-eeu;. “to wham, 0 to whom, shonld you tell your sorrows, if not to her 'vbo loves you belter than life iUeli?” “Forgive me, l.innie—I meant not to wound vimr leelings. I am very miserable, and 1 hardly know what I said. •• Ibe’n tell me all. (ujme sit down in my easy chair, tor your brow is hot and feverish. There—now tell me.” After tbe yonog man had taken tbe prolier-cd seat be gazed fur a monicut iolo the face of his wife, and a look of deep anguish rested u[>ou bis features. “l.innie,” be said, “I mayas well tell you all, but you m'ost not chide me, uor mast you Jes|>uad. for all is not so dark u might be. 1 am deeply in debt, and to-morrow my shop, . am deeply in deui, aiiu to-morrow my shop, “Wall, returned Linuie. in an earnest, ¡    ¡j    coutaius.    will    be advertised bv but yet pleasant tone. “1 wfs tbiukiiig of t..e ,    ,»ie. expense.    1 ..jn dgbt.” murmured the wife. “Ha, ha ha! The e/pcwi,-. tVby, it woot:    ..    y,.,. D„jing the last two years I have be over five dollars it the farthest.    been    piireha.iug stock on credit, aud payiug 'But, five dollars is considerable, l-ii ,( g, j,,,    cuuveuieut.    At first it know we are yonng yet, aud all «e have is    on    easy    way    of    doing business, but it tbe house we lye 111, »nu your small shoo.    j^jal.    for    when 1 reetived the pay Andjinot thareiipngb-* How niany-f j,.    01 did not M.ft;..cut- ! young friends are there who are even so well ,    mine.    I I off as that?    .    , ,    , ’liirgol that more than half of all the-noney I j ■ 1 know you arc fortanate, Anson, but vet , received belonged to the men of whom I had I none are beyond the reach of misfortune. fy,,urchased the stock. Two notes fell dnethe i I few years we bad better live as economically j ,,e,ure yesterday. The man to whom 1 — _,„.ui. ...u— ................ 'gave them sold them in the way of business to as p’lssible with consistent enjoyment. ''So I intend to¡ but what is five dollars when compared with the amount 1 shall be abD to lay np in a year?' ’ ’ '-Whv, it will make that amount some cigbt cf tenilollari short.” ‘ That's strange logic, Linuie.” estero firm, and now they must be paid.— lo.morrow an officer will be placed in my shop, and nearly everjlhing will have to be sola. It is not the loss of mr stock aud tools tLt I rare so much about, lor 1 have bsalth and strength, and 1 eau earn more, bat it is the “Not at all, Anson. Von will spend five augraee of tíio thing. To think t’hat 1 should dollars in money, ano lose the time of two ^    jhi.-me, n healthv, stout, good me- working dajf.    chaiiic** "SO I shall; but 1 tell von Liunie I'll work    L¡nu¡g    p. cnongh harder to pay for it «hen 1 come 4 trembling voice. S® I i"®.^    11. I , ,, “Both notes amount to four hundred dol- This last stnteuce was spoken playlnlly, j^rs.” ‘ ,\ud haven't yon any part of it?” and the yonng man kissed' hii vrife as be spoke, “Uf course you may,” r«turued l.iuiiia 'with a smile; “but 1 tupnoie 1 shall have to go , without a little sum I had wanted.’’ “How much was it?” ; “Five doilari.” I “Ü, yon can have t!ut, of course, aud more too. if you want it.” j ‘ That will be enough.” 1 Anson Kimball took out hii wa'ld and ! handed his wife a five dollar bill, and the conversation turned upon other aud various matters- -Ansan Kimball was like thousands of utb-cri who are situated in like eircumstaurcs.— With a freamand open heart he marked out his futnre for afield of eojoymmt, without taking care to make much píeparation for the ’‘".¿“‘^j^^’hrnent itorms be might b'’, l'lf'ly to “*«tou the wav_    husbind,”    she    said    stepuing    to . .tod then again like others, he mistwk tí e :    ^    J, ehararterof IHe • real enjoyment. lie la t ,4,„g time H*,naing her arm about his neck, I light of soma of the higher and more uoble    the    bank    they    willg sources of bappiuess, and dwelt    yg' three'hundred and seventy-five doll the ifitiifiA-tiouuf the phvtic»lipp«lite. irne, ^eujoj-ea    ' “lhrtehuniircdaua«YeDty-fiTe dollar.'" extremes, but yet he fa..ed to see that bis «u- 1    4,^,4    4,touaded    man,    hardly    crediting joymenti were nearly all ephemeral-that he ] own senses. “Only about lifty dollars that I can collect readily.^’ “And if those two notes were paid, yon would be safe?” “Yes.” “Then, thank God, von will not inffer!” exclaimed l.innie, amf, overcame by her feel-ingi, she sank upon her husband’s neck, and burst into tears. ‘'Linnie, Liunie,” cried the young mao, what do you mean?’^^^ ‘ Waits momen^a^nuiband.” The wife brn^Pnlie tears from her cheeks as she spoke aniTTeft the lOom, and in a few moments she retnrned, bearing in her hand a small book. There was a bright smile npon her fair face, aud her UUsban d looked upon her lari was laying np little or nothing for time to ; come. Anton,” retnrned the wifa, sinking I t- 1    . into her husband’s Up. ‘ That 11 the mauay A year passed away and tbe annual    fishing    ,(^11,4^^ (,gjg laj mg up during the lut eiciirsinu came in eourse again.    three years ”    ^    ® “Well, Linnie,” said the young man, “to-, .. j.Í    j ■    ¡ morrow the boys go down the harbor, and 1 I    . am going with them. Uf eonri. you have »o ^    to    me    yourself    to    .pend    tor objections?    ,,„.i    trifles. You know 1 hive claimed my share ‘ No, retnrned the wife m her usnal    plea-, .••    I    but I leiredtW yon didnotalUchtnfficient 0, there I no trouble about thit.    iraiiortance to the aggregate of the small lunit ‘Hunt you reme-nher the    '    joi were almost daily SKnding. Unca or had a year igoon this same subject? asked    ¡ Linnie. would have reui'iostritrd, hot voa the man you want.” 1 ran immediately to que,tmn of a elaini made .wer to the lletn ■ theCatle-de-los-BaUnei, where Don ladao-tiau Don Tadeo? You underit-md me n .  ........... —_______r    --- was said to reside; but there a new mischance > jonbt, when I apuke of your having ceded with you; but yon have not told me whether awaited me-—hr htil    loagiD«, aad do your demaud to me. My name i. au acm the your aiiorU U> diaeover the aiaaisln of the one could tell where he had taken up hi. new • fQf in thu piriloiii mil; but the ra.eo do Buoareu were .uccciui." qearter». .    .    ,    ,    ,    I    cau.c once gained, the profit will be your», "CompicUly. I wa. lucky enough to meet I wai di.appointed and diKouraged, but not minm    ictwn, whicn you with the public writer who had writteu the at all di.posed to abandon the matter, and 1 mu»t permit meto claim a. well u the borior. letter, uuder a coward’. dicUiion, which bad made it my bn.ine.im going aboot the city of the victory."    !    attracted my betrothed to the fatal rendeivou., 'lut how will you get at thi. Heraltalf I and through him 1 di»covered the villain who never been ablate find the .lightest trace 1 had .truck the blow. 1 could have given him THK hKAM.slKKBh'N FKAVKK. WIüHb a lEarrel, tlaak aad Ur**, A feuinla lorio wa« Wklla dova bar rore-bewriaLM eheek I'ao aeaUilat laar waa «taaiii’a; Her brtfht tlua a>« had UluoU*bui (r«>wu irifkfF    aod    wrtvpii^r, FV thm douAM'd lo    ba4    woiV, While happiar heart, were .IcwpiBg. •She gax4‘d aiH>D ibe malirt*.. cold, Oa which aar bat»a waa lying« A. íéortug I» AUiturh iu i<i«t Kbe buaheu ber beart*. tad ugbiog; sAiid erar and anon her cyei To h**ireo ah*)ve were at raying: ,At leiurtfi ahH raiaed bar.uppli^isl l»aad.— lo her prayiog. mercy ! thuu can ice world la hartli. i»roMiiig; But ihou, 0,1/Ord I d*tnin*l to nona Who dUy a»k ihy lilemng. 1 a*L it, Uten, upon in> child, Heir but to want and sorrow; lu nercy ULa her beoea, O, (lod! Nor lat ber »oa to uiurruw. Ob! loadd'ntng thougbu Cy thru* luy tram, Ahus^* ihi. burning anguish, O, hear me for oiy toUul'a mLc, Long doom'd lu want to laiiguiib. •Twffc belter far to dwell with Ihee, Where gold buys tni admilUncv, 1 Uau toil and loll from d4> U> dayt And «tarve on latmr*. pUtoniy. ^F'roui Oleatoti . Ticiortal.j THE BORROWED TOOLS, A SKKT( II KOi: FAH.MKHS. I ather matter., I think if you will laok ab»»t tbe two ploca. yow will find tkst is miny i,. s|mi, sUas a tbs asst producti»» **» «owsg»sisu>« milk thsn vonn do tbreigh tbe winUr, bcctnss tbey bsre bc'tar tbed-rooir tnd 1 1 Tme* bnrn. I rsu, more pork ■W.OtsHwer niypeas ind pig-boncs our-' eoaforuble; sod tbM 1 sm mr bees mak* rstbsr > do, for my bivts are inclined to think tbnt my beet maka rsthar J 111 batter order. I may sot raise more tboD to inquire'of the public letter-writera, whose “But h stalls are seen in all the principal itreeti, for ; have ncvi information concerning the redcnbtable man Igf him.” BY atOTlN O. nt'EUICK. of law who had been rrcooimended to me. .All my labor, however, was frnitless, nntil one day walking in tha I’laii Mayor, I spoke to another of the ertngelitU, as the letter-wri-tersarectlleil. He bad just written an epis-girl, who dictated It with evi- L »    '    1    '    ■    Samuel    Thompson    aud    Nathan    Holsiei tie fora jonug dent signs of gnet. tier lover wu m nr not far from the place where we stood, and nJl ■    ■    ■ Her lover wu in prison “That conrerns me, and the kutvei whom ibowed yoninst now. Don L'ionitio Peralta is had pay, but an eicellcut swordsman, at man lo naie mem. s nao cniue m ijiai pass, : • j ,¡    i,,    ii,e    uaiuml    eanaritv .11 eveSta, we shall see.”    ,    indeed that 1 made i... of them to finish cr- Jg^Tbiro    waÍVot“a “VnF.^ w"?th    oí    differ- Hare I reminded my adviser of his luten-i    lam alfairs, >n which Mexican jastee wu al-    m.    two    fanns-    hnt    vet    thev    bnr, tion to talk over my ¿fair at length out on | together powerless. The assusis of the Pa-    ‘h®    I*’®    f®™». the terrace: more, however, from a desire to    aeo is one of those instrnmeoti, which 1 could know something farther of so extraordinary .    crush with a word, bnt whom, for the pres- ........ the    ter- tight iued t more honey than yours 111 batter order. I may    ___ yon do, bnt 1 cucutha tataandaqai*-sis don't have sachan cuy entrance to my gnui chambers u they do to yonri." “Perhaps you are right,” muttered huimei With a ereat-fallan look; “and t inppoaa yoi ara lay in/; looey.” “CerUioly 1 am—one or two hundred dollars erery year.” “So much u (bat?” nttered Holmes, with a look of surprise. “YAhy, I can't lay up a cent.” ‘•Let me (tire you r kit of a secret, uid Thompson, in a kin.], ncignbo.ly tone, as L laid his n.ane upon the bench. “List snm-iner you nonght fonr naw rakes and a pitchfork. Now, how much did they cost von?” “Let's ICC; ths rakes were twenty-five cents apiece, and the fork came toa dollar.” “Well, now my fork-handle got broken accidentally last win,er, and so did some of the raket; but 1 immediately took inch parts as I were good and hrooght them u p here, tod than I at mjr first leisure opportunity, I fixed tbem up. There are two aoilart aaved. Now yon hava aothiog to do to-day." •No; it rains too hard. “And yet yon ice I tm at work. Now bow om I the alteinpled rnu.de'r.'and hy associating    l®rc    yon    going    to get your .ppl..bo,e,?“ •ralta with the vile, I had learned rnther to pity !"““,\3lilul ridae and ^    ‘‘Marsloii    is    going    to    mJt    them    lor    me, u. at than to hate them i k.d ooine to tlmt |    «j^e indeed, that 1 made use of them to finish c*r. I    „.„c.    ,„ith    of    -liff.r. •he wished to send him her lut farewell, when '    gg individual than from any other motive. It    ' ent,    I prefer to guide and employ    in th« jnst at that momenta moh straggled by, ei-|    44, mg,t refreihineto exchange the close at-;    vire    ol iny numerous dienta. I    have 1 cortiog aa uiuiin to the gaol—a too-fre- 1    mosphereand coarse revelry id tho gaming-    'againseen her who was my betrothed, quent occurrence in Mexico. It was an op '    room for the pure air and lileuct of the night    .......... "" ......  '    '    ■    “    —    ,titi........ Tbrre are two doilart more. -Nuwr if you aneeinineiwo larms; out yei mev oore « Lire a sled made a. good at min«, H will cost very dissimilar aipcet after thev bad been j gu twdve dollars. That w,11 be sixteen doi-worked for a number of years. Mr. Inoio^^- {.„    1    i,.„.    i.u    „„    »i.;u    k—„ years son's bnildiugi looked neet and tidy, door-yard was clean, his w iudows were whole, ,    ; his bam sung and warm, his orchard looked ----------- I    1    I,    o-    I*"    I thriitv. and the trees were crrefnlly dressed ho now wears tie veil, added    Don Tadco,    p^^ggj j^g, jjg,„„    ^g^a of a family to aupport than did Ois neighbor. portunity too good to be lost, u the letter-j The moon stili shone hrightlv, and we had . after another pause, “but I hear'from her hy writer pointed out; and a man who had wntch-!,too’'    .    . ■    ..    .    .    ...    .    .s_. .l- t.. t... ---------- it ‘    A    few    rigs    ware    tobe    seen    in    ipoU    where bell thit .uddcnly broke the .tilines, produced convent of the licrnirdinc. make, me »“^d-L.    of    ila**-    vari. mi< z.**«smc>s4 :>i* ww s.(rA>s* ..nAKAlÍAZiitsAdA IIa.Iass**    ..    I.    1 .    .    •    ,    I    stood    for    some    time    looking down upon the a sure hand, and 1 know that she has been Unt vet hi» honse "aid mit-bnildioiri arid the ed the transaetion, with great coolnesi handed I city that lay beneath, a picturesque mass of ill for a long time of some slow disease.—' J -g. hit farm srcre verv different theletterto the crimiual^to bo delivered on | Ijj^ht and shade, w hen tbe pealing of n distant .And now jnii know why the knell from the |    jg|,g    ¡g    ,pgj,    „heri hu arrival at the prison. As soon a« tbe crowd had passed,! spoke to the evangelist, in purinance of my iuqairiei concerniag Don Tadco; and to my surprise heard in reply, that the man whom I had seen giving the letter to the criminal was none other than that famous indiridnal. Whereto find him wu then the qneitiou—rather a difficnlt matter, as the Don. in the wardi uf my interlocutor, “lived a little everywhere." However, it an-geared that by going to a certain bouse in the an extraordinary'effect on thelieiutiate. He. der. covered bis fare, which turned deadly pale,’ We were preparing ta descend, when tbe with his handi, and remained a short time ab- doorof the terrace opened, and the Mexican, aorbed apparently in greatrmution. At length who we had left below, drinking w ith the he took my hand and asked, “Do you hear ; Yankee, rame up, and spoke a few words, evi-tbat bell? ’    deutly in au ill humor, to Don Tadeq. A “Yes, I hear it. and If I asu not mistaken, ¡ brief altercation lolluwed, during which oui things were icen kicking about the yard that should hare been in other places; there were large cracks in hi» bams, through which the rain aud suow aometimes beat; his apple trees were scabbed with old bark, aud the tope were disfigured by scraggy dead limbs. .Air. .1    -1.    ■    L    11    .    L    L    .    L    I..    1    L.    '    -L    ”-i    I -., Holme, worked ‘hard—harder, it anvthing, they are ringing the passing bell at the con- overheard the Hnu a»k the other, with hitter ,    Thompson:    hnt    vet    his    inatters vent of the Beruardmro.    .    "liitlifr    he-remembered    a    ceitain    mur-    i    ,gg,*g    ggj,    ggj,    ,og. “.At the convent of the Hernardinei? an- deron the l’aseo?-whether the knrll from 1 dg„a how it wu that hi» neighbor pushed I váSiB • Km I Vntt in m waií-a ttlrAsnsfftFlV silkAlsissI    Uisssv*.    As».ltnasw    Ki»mi    sa    n    ^    nciinirirv    t    f\    Kift    m    ATYl    ..I.-    »    .is».    -m® “Why go in? iloyuu nut prefer this heau-lifui miiouliglft to the <«uk; iamp9 uf the tare into by daylight, and still worse at night Uiusgh rioi»: to the eathadrai, it wu so high : and naf-ow,for.ning i.’afrfi/af, u to rMcm- , j,g„,big jgg’*g i,4„ jggycom'e ont if?” hie one of those gloomy caverns which the ' orean lumetinies excavatu bctiaeea thu tall cliff»thit oppose its fury, presenting a itrik-ing contrut to the i’laza .Mayor enlivened by unmerous gronpt uf promeoaJert, enjoying «i'tíeYir o'f'the dSik Vlle7.'"that'l fbivered j whether an impeno'ui desire to^'open his mind on entering, and stood still for a few moments P”i!*V-rf    f    ’    H    7    *1'    ’ ^Uinum.h obierti. but lb. nbsrn. half itiíled Sobi, and strange _words, he laiu: sight instantly.”    ,    ,    ,    1    1*    “I wish yon would lend it to ms a little f lie IU3Ü «nrakeu    auu    BOW    l    luia'f':en ....    »    .    •    . the chief actor in the bloody di^ama :>q the The . andmhre distinct, evidently produced some powerful and inexplicable impression upon Whether he perceived my surprise, or I his ' ’ hile. 1 have delayed sow mg my gram for two days, because my harrow is broken, anu I had no toola with which to mend it. "I will lend it to yon with pleasure," said , , .    '    Í    I    Thompson And then, as a sudden thunght question not easily answered; but my man of .„,„.Ii...    bin. k. law, Msnring me of speedy suceesi, descended to the street, and we separated. Some weeks passed away, and I began to give tbe matter up, when’I received a letter from tho Don. 'Thec.ffair which hitherto had Idr'wup to one side to give the individual “In the year llfio—that 11, ten years ago, whoj I saw coming room to pus. By some an aiiusination was attempted m this city— mischance a long rapier which he wore got only too common an event in .Mexico, scarcely between my legs and to save myself from fall- exciting remark, aud if this one attracted atingí msde a sudden grup at his cloak. The tention, it wu because of certain inysterioui stranger immediately drew b-rk a step, and , circumitances that accompanied it. Very thecliukof iron warned me that he had drswn early one morning, while the public walk, hii sword.    I    known as the Fueo da Bnccrcli,    was still a “Capo ki Diot!”    he    exclaimod;    “it    it    on : perfect solitude, a hackney-coach    drove np, me ar oa my cloak that    you    have    a    deaigu,, took a station in a retired part    of the pro- seuor robber?”    i    menade. Tne driver dismonuted,    and wilh- I seemed to recogniie the voice, aud quick- I drew diicretly to a distance, as if he had di-ly replied. “1 am neither a thief no: an uus- viued the motive of this matuiual visit, W as it a man or 1 woman come tu hold some amor on» iuterview? The carefully closed blinds siu lenor Don—Don—” I hoped that tbe unknown weald have aid-    ...    , • . ed my memory hy mentioning bis name, but prev.nted anvthing beyond conjecture on this iustekd of that be placed his back against a , point; but afterwards it was known that the „gg„,„jg , rg,gg,„gni nan nos door and demanded abruptly. “Who are you, I coach contained a young woman of dazzhiij; ^    fgtghed    the    open    country and what do yon want with me?”    1    beauty who, yielding to creole vanity, had    hut    w»‘Hifling, an?the “f am looking for the reaidenca of the licen-j »dorneJ herself for the occuicn with all her    ..j    ...1 tiate Don Tadeo,” 1 aaiwered; “and, uu-i diamonds. The creoles, as you know, have less I deceive myself, it ii the home against: the fancy of wishing to appear u richu they which weare now standing;”    ,    are baautifuL and yet. notwithstanding all ‘ Ah! and who told thee of this house?” ! the lady 1 attempts, she was still more beauti-“TioLncai, the public wriUr. 1 wUh to ful than rich. A few moments passed, whca coninlt Don Tadeo on imporUnt bniineii?” » m®n wrapped in a Urge cloak advanced to-“Don Tadeo, ehl you are speaking to him '‘he coach: the door opened at hu ap-gg,g .>    pioacH, 8DÜ wu closcd fgai0 4u 1CkÍY. A mcct' state to announce that your affair ie making good progress: hare found Peralta, but not w ithont trouble, and have set certain knaves whom yon have seen, at his bceU. Farewell, inaL no attempt to see me, and you shall shortly have more satisfactory news.” The upshot was, that Don Dionisio Peralta was brought to terms, and at he had no ready cash, he made over a house aud gronudi, lit-nate a lew miles from Mexico, in payment of tha debt; and on a given day, at Don Tadeo’i request, i aecompanied him to Ukc possession. YY e chatted u we rode on of the means which be had taken to gain his ends; and cerUin observations which were let fall concerning the Mexican, gave me to undertUud that the licentiate’s resentment had not yet sub conntn ance of the route barren and melanc^j, when one of onr attendanU riding up called Don Tadeo’s attention toa number of vultnres reite.''ated Holmes, aud led the way up into a neat, light chamber, aud Uolmea followed. Here was a stoat bench, all fixed for handy nie, and npon it were a full set of planas, saws, gauges, mallets, hammers, etc., while in a small rack against the partition, w ere arranged a set of chisels, gimble-a. files, aud screw.driven, hovering over a group of hills on onr left, at and overhead hang some half-dozen different the same time whispering a few words in his ‘ seemed to strike him, he added: “They tell me, -Mr. Holmes, that you lost one of yonr cows yesterday.” “Yes returned Hulmet, with an uneasy look, “one of the beitcowsl had. " “But how did it happen?” “She broke her leg.” “Broke her leg? How, pray?” ‘•Wny, you see the, floor in my tie-up had gut rather worn and shaky, and night before lut she got one of her legs through it and snapped the bone off like a pipe-stem—ao 1 had to kill her.” “Ah,-Mr. liolmea, those are things we farmer» ought tu guard againit. -A very little laboral the proper time would have saved ail that.” “i know it,” said Hoimei, with adowneut look; “and 1 should have fixed tbe floor long ago if 1 had had the tools. But it's no use in crying now. What’s done can't be helped." 1'hat wu always a source of great esusola-tion to Mr. Holmes. When a thing wudoue, he tried to feel utiified with the rtllection i    i    ,,,-rieneed    >nv Z la.77; r e7pe“rietrfoKr,7.^^^ Mr. 'Thompson turned towards the shed door lars that 1 have laid up, wbiie yon have been able to do nothing. Now let us sec how that sixteen dclleri will ranltiply itself. You sold your wool lut spring as soon u yon had sheered your ahftp.’ ‘'Tes, I had to, for 1 needed the money,” “And how mnchdid yon get?” “Thirty centa aponnd.” “U yonhadUad siitean dollars by you in ready cuh, you wonldn't have baen obliged to have sold then?” “No,” returned Holmes, whose eyes were beginiingto open. “1 conid have sqneeied along with that lum.” ‘Now,’ coutinned Thompson, I sold my weol yesterday, and they sentto my door and took it. 1 got forty-two rents a pqnnd for it. 1 had one hundred and seventv-five ponnds, and by reckoning it over after 1 had icid it, 1 iouna that 1 had made just twenty-one dollars; that is 1 had ubtaiued twelve cents more on aponnd than 1 should if 1 had sold when yon did. So yon see how these ll»Me óings mnltiplv themselves.” ‘-Andthis all comes of your having tools tu work with,” said Holiusi, in a sort of lubdned tone.” "Moatly,’’ returned Thompson. “Ws4h if I Ind leols I night srv« a good many small snmi in the conrse of the year, bnt I never had the money to spare for tnem. Why. the toola you have here in the hoDf:, over and above your farming uteusils, must be wortU fifty dollars.” “Just abont that sum.” “Then I fear 1 shall have to scrape along w ith borrowed tools. 1 can never spare any «uehiumai that.” “You don’t understand the secret, Mr. Huimes. I/ct me cxplaiu. i ue<ci .huuld have gone with a fifty dollar bill, and bought toult. Bull have collected them gradually. I have bought every tool 1 have on my premises, withmy grog-money.” "Orof tMtttf! ” reite.'-a blank snrpriie. “Yes,” returned Thompson, with a alight smile—“with my grog-money. Now, 1 am xoTHEE nsrnicr. not geiugU give yon a temperance lectnra, foryou are as well able to judge for vouriaK u 1 am; but I am going to give yon a little principle of economy, and show you iti eou-scqnenl comfort, content and happiness. Tha first year I was on this farm 1 nied oeeuion-aliy to take a little spirit, and whenever 1 would go to the village, which wu usually twice a week, I wanld drink two or three car. T'he Don drew' np, and looked at the hills fur a few moments with a singular expression ain uuickly. A meet- wnntonsnee. then making a sign to pro-too mnch after the !    *®    ‘“«i®    ®".    *‘    ®    ”1'“^    P®®*‘ me by I’eralta was W'lthont exprcinz surpris. at thi. nnex- j ■■>(? ®f ‘1>»‘    ^ reached ordesHnation.* cud discorery, I ^mmedi.Uly begged (or | Meij®»® “"“f/nros. o7d,r7he 'I't® h®i“® Piven np to 1 audience of a few minntu, to which he at I ■“ * i ' i.i g.a -.4, ¿.g r,,* 4,ie,g » «uiall desolau-looking ■.........A-    .r    the    .am.    time    .triking    with    ! he wo'k^f ir.’ eoth wiT in the .me i    ®'    *    It ¡ ¡rísír‘ISSííi S'f'HE ■e the reason before long. , J*    ’    finishing hii course aud ««««ion. as a matter of form; and now 1 I at my lingular domicile,    «,oruin.' It was iu»t *® *“ Ihrouah the same formality on myo bat 1 am an original."    g" b ' m, to ha mil ®«®““‘' -'“'f 1®°''^"» *>I    P'“®‘ intarrupted bimielf. for ■    *    “¡J.. , „    .,,,1    n,,.    m.u    assembled in the garden, in presence of sized augers. In short, there was everything here that a man could possibly need in build-ing aud repairing about tbe house. Mr. Thompson took down an inch augtr and banded it to his neighbor, and u he did . 10 he remarked me no good, and that it wua habit that might grow into a big evil. As near as 1 could cal-culaU, the spirit 1 had used cost me on an average twenty-five cenU a week. “1 suppose It coiU you that now.” “Yu, avery teutof it.” “'.Veil, I commenced on tbe first day of Jau'aary, to lay up my grog-money, aud with that dispoaition came a pecnliar desire to commence saving in other ways, and 1 soon found the ciesni of stopping up many more gaps in my financial affairs. I saw how much might be saved if 1 could only do some ol the work that 1 wu then I obliged to pay for, and to this end 1 com- two or three days. Isneiick?” “Well, not exactly sitk, hnt he’s got avery bad foot. He can't step on it.” “Ah, how did that happen?” “He trod on au old rusty nail in the barn- yon have been told tbai which appeared in Urge characters, TWorsKiaira,” while from within cagM a eon For there I learned lo love •“jAsbrlghl and sweel arrealuro, ‘‘'t* As Ai.(e| Irom aOufe. 1 ramembar, 1 raincmbsr, The tai'leii full of p-mei, tl‘m sorry 1 can‘1 iisme Ihuui i.ow,, 1 iMea they estleU ioiua“J' i.-s.' 1 haow I uierl to pull thuni, Tha iluy thoigs so fairy, r-r inaXa of Utetn a ehsplet. To (raea the brow of Maai. 1 ramsubsr, 1 rememlwr. When I left lay riit.c huuii', Ju wander Uiruii|h Ihls drear) gU -u, Uafrleaded aud al-ma. Then whet's tin» world to me, It'» hooor, weelih, and faiio There'• no eye lo linghloii for in ', So lip to «peak fiy mail- THE OLD MAPLE TKKL. And Ihii otirhf», nsmia ireui puhi ■- h:oiui, Fn Ittoaeeasmtme.lKioki la the ruoaiiia li W as .» stueei. aid good lu merr Ui ^ii. iiu a hot iomnier’s no 011 oi oe lailly sal lu la« »haiU of III# tild Maple Trer That (re• oc the edge Uf the rank (rowlo*»ed(o, Whkh teirderi Pie green grasty les oad I lhou«hlWiu) self how plrtunl' III ware that quiet UW K.nk JIaplaT/tc. I lay •• Iba (>*•• wiih mj haa>l urn my arm tiallug upai the gluaiy green leavaa, Asd taauif how OnghI They shone in Ihe Ilf ul. As they lallered ahoul In i:u‘ Iqutsa. They aWHiif to and fro fr iiu sunlight tu shade, As lua.ry and bl.Ihe u th» birds I bat built lu llivsti lliuut And IhwMt'iog ih lrhyiuiis -(>ej|% prsiaes uol-'iurnd by word»; Andltaia so asysalfbo» h'oi neera Pi “■'K'bgahelterlog.friaadlyUldtb'ok .sfapla Iree. I pegged II tgala la the deep wlatar time, W^as    *a.    vhito    w»)i •tiow, Yes—1 rtmeiubcr . saving muñe», but wu ..o . than we iboald have been if I had staid at '    ^    ;,¡gg noDifl.    I.    .    . “But teil me, Anson, have you laid up as mncli during the past year u yon had expcet-ad to?” “Why, tifor that matter, 1 haven’t laid up much o'f auytbmg. The fact is, Linuie, you have drawn rather harder on me than I expected.” •‘Hut I haven’t spent anymore money tor    n.y,.    ,f o.i trivial affiirt and amusemenlitban you have, ,    ,,, .Ynton, and 1 don't think 1 have so much.''    •    »» "1 didn't maau to blame you, my dear. I •*-. only mention the circumstance to explain whv I hadn’t laid up anything. Mot never mind, there's time enough vtl. and beiiJu, we'vc enjoyed our'elvci. I think after this fishing excursion is over, however. 1 shall begin to dock my expenses a little (or I limit layup    ^h^g    j    ,4.    4,».,. gj, tut m> eyes are ojieu a lillle soinethiiig theuiit year.    and    I    «ee    it    all’’ “We ierlainly have every cbauea to save ,    „    „q,gj    ,    j,.,, »s. money, returned Linnie, for the house and 1 »„„.* ■ ' shop are ours without rent, and we are free' of debt.” Anson Kimball sUrteil at that last remark, aud turned his (ace towards tha window, but bit wife did not appear to uutire bit emotion. :mde ______    „    .    .    Hh.    mr    dear husband, you ranniit'know what plrainra I tiperience now in linding tliat my txperi-luant has Kmu thaueanaof suebgood.’’ “if your plca»i’.ra is equal to iiiiua, then yon unit be happy, indeed,” cxclaiaiad .An»uu, ai ht dieit hi»'tund wile to hit hotom. ' God hleis ^ uii Linuie. and make ua this tu reps* you ior this. Now 1 si e to whom yon h«vi -lé rf till little debts you have lomitimet :1 which I hat e helped you to Yes leturard linnie, with a tmila. "It wii to yon 1 owed tbem. And yet,” she ad-•leJ, with a meauinglook. aud lu a lower tone ul voice, '1 have not drawn quite to much from the    af/«»W as ” 'Hush, ]..time, I know I havt spent more opened the door. A ghastly spectacle piescnl-ed itself. The young woiuau lay stretched out ou the cushions, m a »U-te of lifelct.uei», ^¡J^exoliMjied by the blood with which the vehi- i.ib„i .u.., .i.„„, I eonld notbe matleeaaily to see It. f was but fused «tusa of voices. 1 was L*re'T“;.::a ...against my husband, so 1 rawirtsni to this    ^‘gapparently morUl. made by tbe pused ou, ,!    '“““jdagger of sime rufi án. Uf all the diamonds badly.ligbteVf»rt>“«?.‘., ,7,5» h.g alutered round tb. .neck nnd in entered a large and whirh bade tar and DOW i had floor, and it went into bis foot some ways. own i “Whew! that's bad,” nttered Thompson year, I found myself the owner of thirteen dollars worth of tools, ani It bad all eome from the money 1 might ha«eotherwise drank up. 1 felt stronger aud heartier than 1 did > before, and 1 felt mneh happier, for i knew vierco .□o.up.ou, '*“ ■ «»*    f®®yd‘ti»n    for    future allow me bovs to I «food. 1 .me passed on ano. and mr :d. I have found , Dv.eeni. a week twcnty-was now we I with a shudder “1 never presence ol all I he around much    barefooted,    s ii«»e    louuo 1-------ik¿'„ „,„ih.r nU..» the raginiiflin» of the    village, who had come ' that the pricks    and    bruises    geuernlly cost a sa'sr, then a hamm r, ^    —l    .    ,P t ,.    ’ forward at witnesses.    Uur attenda3t made a { more than shoe-leither,    aside from the    com- pccch to them, pointed me ont as tbe new i fort and looks then a new angnr; then a bit-itock and bit», until in aleven yeare, 1 have not only collect-ed an exccilent variety of Uwli, but 1 have Blame yui?” txi'laimed Aiikoii, imprinting w'iiriu hiss upon his wile’s brow. ‘ I.ct iny folure eiinrsc ibow yon how faithfully I • ill be guided by your judgment,” On thcui'it day Anson Kimball paid off __________ _    .    “Van    know,    Au»iin, continued Mrs. Kim-I,, ,    ,    t    ,    ij    ’.yg    hg AadIUioughlWiu)w.liUuwplf»aai.i’iwualdbe, bgH "ihat you promised me I should have ,        i.i.    i«„    '„o... five ilullan wlieu you went 011 anether eieiir. had tbe pleasure ol tearing bis two notes in ipcut 110 more money fuoliihly. ....    ------- ,L , I piti'n. He incut 110 more money luoiii '•    ';'H«mly    hold    you    lo    ‘l>»t:    4.    hg saw the products uf hi» labor be- ,    'ginning I . gather iu his bauds, bis home grew brighter and bis cujoyment» increased. By •trady degrees hi .irotr to a position ol hon-i iirable ainm nce, but lli.-ongh all bis luecesiei I he nrvrr lost «ighl of the gratitude he owed I to the gentle, faithful being who had first promiic “Ul 1 urse, Ibat'i lair,” rcluriiid young man, “but do yon need it now? " “Yea.” “What are yiu going pj do wilh it?” ‘ tL, lo tell you the'rutli, 1 ®w« »    '    1*'‘¡¡5,r.,, gyo. U. a kiiuwlidge of th* leeret •“S;    '    1 e I    ,1    .    1    I    01    siiecf»»,    and    lived him from pecuniary di». 'The young man looked earneiUy al bn wife    jj    ^gg    gg ^ggg,,j ggj reipactrj man and though he evidrulh wiibedlu .aj, lo.iic- J,,,    gg g.i-a Hall to htl YYirg’i riilxTilui uuT. ■ul a I-* *111..-I I lunisg'i thing abi it her running in debt, yet for rra-loni belt known tu himself he kept quirt, and banded '«er Ihe fire dolían. Anson joined bis old ibup.iuate» on tbcir - i Ua sprtag rame a«, aad tb» l»iio»/'s »"U Tietced lie sl-le l-i {iilier iM sap, Aaato sweel»!. uii rup, Ue Old Maple (sieup I be fr'iiu ul lU long winter iiep. And 1 Iboagblas 11» It.bow noOle to be As (allfetal end guwt tstbat boiiMl OM Tree. A larattbundufgesi se.isd tbe sSurdy OM l/ee Aad burled Ilia regelu tbe gruuml, Aad I tew with eoi.cerii Wbax lb* isoipael bad d«nt', T u( 1 isH I eras jotlug s ftlen I. I be fargdTeauiu •111 wi'di bisoieu aad sbalos >4 laa «l‘l Maple I re. k-m.e; ?ó*| aftei iwss •lead, Ha blaiibg logs tbed caaarfal wanaUi lotbelaially room: Aad 1 wlfbad wa*a I IkMgbl ou Utal Old Mapl< Tie a, Tkat I ware as laadaad aa usalul aa b*. CStlli» 1 Katbii.v Not,"--A friend ju*l returned has amused us with (he Ibe articiM tha away as last 11 ever. IP®* cauple hul marrlad, and few could have w ish Throe vtari had paaiad away sio.s, the young ad far mura roeial' omforl than they had en -joyad during tha greater part ol tliittmir ,- -lor a mouth or two, however the ;.uiiug maa ,    ' Al.rr.«d.,I»„,g in a stud, for some ti.ue, lb»«gbUol. iiBttlfc »t    hndeaden    th<* "oldw furaíTui chear him ua. thongh shs wu unable ••»'uhabitanle.' tha tenant lot ha cabin r« in|iinusotini|nirad was. ‘ Par iliiiwas the aiiiwor. “W list I'eriiilite?'' "Y• *, I'sr’dne Prary.” “Wvll, could t'ou Ull lilt ll this is tha Jiltra rt ouca kickril Adam and Kve out of? II ua. Is laarn tbs causa of hit drjecGon Use eveaiag, jnst bafort datb, Linnie saw I tww aub paM her window and auUr bar hui-1 baad’s pbwpi Upa w( thaip sba kaaw to ba plied: “Wall, straager. I tfctoa noi. .No oaa of tba uama ever Iivad ua lhitprar«.’'..-(4i«apa Jut c*d/. tapping to be dona, can fix it up in a few min-  tilings eau be done during li    ...UI    o.    Kicib";    ■    » rode back tu Mexico withunt oiir 'at-evideutly intended to (inith tavern. It wu still hotter than sinisterapp.ar.ne. sjhich yo. look f-r among J ^    J"^gVed to tb. uearct conveuT- L    who banditti or galley slaves; and ‘k«,l>®® h'™- 5,    This    fnT Itv of •‘>>e day at th. I self had more tbe air oft brigand than a bar- u„ :i. accomulishcd the dnty of'lus- *“ t*"® “®''“'"* rister. To two of tha party who cama up to |*g^ y hi'u the do/turs were '®® f®“« ‘b •‘fll't of the hiili, wo saw ihii him requesting to be heard forthwith, here- ‘ .g-jgy .1..    -ing.tg ,0,440 miif* t(,g , the number of vultmes hovering about their plied Id a way Ih.t.ilcncfd them at once, and    mmm.ts w„ increaaed. and a f.et.d odor gave Ilf a great idea ol hii power, and then . d j,,q'j,e coach driver ,.»    ‘^®'*''*“®‘**®‘*’**"    *    *  might be lying idle.” muttered Holmes, Í may seem a trilling thing at firat, bnt it is like a little bole in the bank that confines the high waters of a lake. The almnst iniignili , - lupi'jie I shoe well enough if I ooljr had .....,    t    taket    qiiitea    colleclioii    of    im plemeuts to fill a cobbler’s bench, er, what’s done can’t be helped. Tom'll be out in a day or two. But 1 must ““rurnt AÍri^lea^c/rH :rd.^ ,0 mend i'o'® Vhmk ,oi would fed « well without it?-hi. hííro;. H)th.lh.b.dtopo.tpoa^h.«.r.l^omp.t. the prodncU of_yonr grng-mo.ey rcwiDi 0Í bii liud till the neit moruini. the product» of mino. Md w?ien at length ha got hia grain intotfc' Mr. Holmes made noanswcr, but ha poked ;ro,:d.'"h.‘ w„^n.t .five d.y^ behind, hi, ,    VbMr’    “ YVa had heard lor several evenings Laraar-oui merry mouse squeaks at one and of the lung dining-room,as though somejubilte waa in progress. Traps were set in kuij icion» corner» witbont lucceas, the tqueakingi growing itrougeraud merrier eaeb lacreeding night till at length a chair wat propped againit ibe •ide of a large crockery cupbotni, and lo! in •n empty chrta-bnx. on the top, far out of light, wa» a loft littlo nest of ptpertnd cotton, and di>po»ed between its aneets four little naked, sightless, rhmoceros-headed mouse babies. The old one were off gnard, or likelier, laepiug from behind some breast-work The ittle folks were carefully re-corerad, and a trap, with it» omiuu'js port-kolei, act aloug-lide the ckns-boz. Mr. and .Mrs. .Mooae ramebwmi and scenl-dd the miKhief; bnt instead of gnawing the meat in the trap went about a more vital bus -inesi. The neat waa borne off to the other end of the cupboard, ti-'inaiasated iatc a heap of waste paper and the little four legs tucked in again. Bnt alu! “Tke best laid (dia« o' nice and men. Gang aflagley'’ lor when tbe little ones were miaied from tbe chess, box by the trapper, her superior genina hinted them aut in a moment aud miiTe bnt one fell twoop of mice and paper, and scattered them to the fonr winds. The same cord that holds the monstrou whale-mother in the neighborhood of the ship where her calf diseppeared, till she falls an easy victim to tbe name karpooners, drew mousie np and down and orer tbe crockery cnpboard so eareletily that we not nnf reqnent-ly got glimpse of a (ail. and at lut two little creatures, one with still moist pips, hung themselves in ths wire nooses of the trsp. A lady of my acqnaiutance once had a eat and ber three kittens, more than she needed, aud gave them away to a person who lived icrois the eonntry at the distance of two mile». by aud her brood were tied into a bukct and did not lec light again till they rsached their deitination, when they were taken out and safely ensconced beside the kitcnen fire, f •* lat mother mewed piteonily and walked - -aiJy about, whileantlle boy tumbled tha kitU'js aud pnlled at her till a's the walked back and forth. Hut the next morning no catar kitteui were to be found, and about a wrek went by, when my friend wa» >urpri»ed one Jay by the seeming ghost of her cat tint came up to her with a glad cry, and rnbbcd abont her eagerly for a few moments, and then ran away. In a little while she retnrned and laid at her miitrus’ feet a half famiihed kitten, und in an half hoar another, aud another, when she crept cloee lo her and enrlcd herself down, purring aload. She moat Lave traveled night and day, bearing her kittens singly, from post to post, returning each time, hardly pansing for food for herself or young, and with an instinct worthy a higher nature, never yielding till the home wu reached where no harm had ever fallen on her. Alter that day she wu a heroine among eats, and for many yea.a enjoyed a toothless dignity in the retirement of tLt hospitable chimney corner. Feel a'ong up the chain of inferior being, and thii aonl-tike instinct beats alike strong and trnthful; but roach tke apex, man, civil-iied man, and the fublty leemt dimmed.— Betweea tbe two grut'lights, iuitinet ind reason, stand they, so bnried in srtificialitiet, that mother instinct is welt night blotted out, and reaton hardly knows the nie of Lr wea- roui, in the prciervition of the yo'zng of onr ind. •Mrt. Manneman, in the great hoaie yonder, might have laken a lesson for her frail baby from monsie with profil; but instead of covering the bare little creature well with “toft cotton,” tbrongh the long winter, she let tU little chut and arms go bare, and pinned the balance of its iuugs snugly down under the long waist, so it took the consnmption, and the poor mother looked her last on baby a few days ago; and it liu under a snow bank, like a hcpatica-bud, bnt its flower shall open here no blight caucóme, this time. She thinks it wu God’s Providence. A buvy load to bur hu that same Providesca, if all man heaps upon it stays, instead of re-coiling on himself. She hu not conceived cantstream will be inre to grow frightfully .. V, ..o- , lirgcr, and unlcu soon stopped np. the pure Howev. waters of the lake will are lung lose themselves 1 gueu in the neigbboriug atreams. f balieve, my ■    friend, that in giving up my grog, I hava not sacrificed one single comfort. Now don't an„id ».• it wu a diii««mna Kniinu» >h.i *»•‘bco •Trited who had been mui'h ifiiiatk-I PjK' Urlí-Tcr «rhad a&T. tí“.ppf;> him : ®'< *®^ wu h»d bow to turn his ixparianca iro. ‘'Dioniiio Peralta,” you fnurtren huudrrd piutru; at those two knavu there their turn, and then we wil terrace and talk the matter urc. Tba Don rue, aid slapping lA’-rr,.S’’dr’' alaaduued,and tosnccecd where the culpa- , gnl'ar »c.a., ol which cm. dcl.il .track m, u | W®    I    "• !;h.r«:Uri.lic-.(:.Uloai.n k.ifa, .harp a. a!^    , rMor* wkich Ujr o« tht botrd lu front of tbt    llrre the licniilitlr pautrn; Ijic K«*l| muter of thnbaiik. lUoiu wir« txpUioed tlw Herntrdiou itill eonliuued. «ua I bfi*n tomeky hi»itivtug«arDÍugtb«t ilnuyier-ito c‘»mpr«bend^ th« «^otwn»^ n hieh “ i ened c;ct, aud ihurity altrrwardi want bum*. U. SiVei i"ÚÍ!e‘riinyVy”intúVfMr,aft«rth.    I    The next day he went to the vil lag., but in- ing more ' ing wu completed, Mr. Thompson wu in bii i ste^ of hnnginghome his little brown jug ,ttt^ iVn ' ul.ehambei. making .om.7pplu boxes, , he hrnnght hom.an anger, and b®‘««lli «®l‘ misuuc,., '.“in hi. ncip^hbor llorme. appeaie'd.    |    prond whe. h. found h.nuall at work with debt in “rhoaton?* laid ibe lattar. aftei be Lad ' one ol biaowu looU. watched the movements of his neighbor’i fora-1 Iba winter    "**en apring pliuaa few momenti, "how muck did that ox- i aiue, Lclwci fqnad himself the awner of six have ma dullars' wartk of tools, and all from money I that would have beau woria than wuted had my- ha not bought them. Hut thia thinguperatad had in many ways for good. Now that he had au j"hn"feel w'arcbarraud travel sUined. ín ! ref'or'e'hirruling. 1 got the timber out when ^®    *he**l^'M    U)'**'’*' ' Til* wiiaiii os ir.~Dojfouwantauyb*r. slidof yoiira roalT I have got to ban •f-'" riel, ma’am'?” said a poor liUlo boy one day, lo,, this winter."    .    .    .. bfi'au ton lady.    i "U, that coat ma nothing. I msde It thue ■fhr little fellow wu sarv shabbily i lothad mH donvg aonio of those ramy dayi we 'tug warning that it any get'-|lo compraneuu lae emoiw*» tlemau preulit should preuid to mitUke th. | mournful sound» awoki within him.    .gj    |,„ [„.i „rg bar. aud travel stAioed, in before harvuUng. 1 got the limber ont wa.n “■ •"■‘“7 ~    'V;'’;::: V'duí^Ü bank niouey for hi» luku, hi» hand would Im' Pruently be resumed:    ;    both    hands    be    held    up    a    tin    pail    (ull of ripe 1 hauled ont my wood lut winter, so the job f '•? ^ • , *?• . ,    f.uTiffora nailed to tha table without lacrcy. Hwua •■The Spaniard, u you have ,irobahly gin .s'raipberries. whieh were prettily peeping out. aame quite assY.    ?[■".*'“‘b®“.    *•    . . ,    ,,    ,    ’ stringf (hraat, but u aiioaa appearad ufoa- ml, was I, 1 bad contrived to abstrai t (loia from the green leavei that lay lightly aver ••Mell, uaighbur 1 hum|son. uid Hulmra. ..... .....    g    'The    lady    told    him    sba    would Ilka I .(tar soma little time ipei „    _    bailt    racha    and    lUudi    for    hli    (arming spent in bard study. “Í | ulaniUi, ruat hli wiudowi, fixed up his baa- looking meutiuaad, aaa ol theni drinhiug brandy u though It were milk, and tha other, eau. sipping bia Umariad water u were braudy. “Now," aaid tba Don, giviag cast flanea u I took my plaea, tiamea will aatwly tay ecraplu yoa u to U« igvta« hap4jM pMtr«i w^igl that her sluiubering mother iuitinet and reason put her uhild there. Behold tke inaoniiitency. She hu children who itrnggle liut this period, and glide absut like ao mauy littie|traBsBircncirf. The hands are fanltlus white, and their lips almost as colorless u tbe Nile lily flower beside their molher’s work table. She does not let them ran mnch, beeanst it tiru them; and w inters—when they are too slamoronsto go out—ihe biindlci them up henelf, aud ha» tbem iei in the sleigh and covered again, aud driven out when the sun shines. Her oldest danghter hujnst retnrned from boarniug school, tu die. Sbe has been wiih-drarii from her notbir’i eye two ycari, and u the bot-housc p int droops in hand» that hare no'learned iti habits, so ska drooped, and looki now like a geraaium grown in the shada, and suddenly exposed to the suu and weather. But ber eye hu a brilliancy beautiful to look upon, if it did not startle you. Her cneeks, too: but they are very pale in the morning; her pulse fluUeri, aaa her hurt comes into ber throat at tba laut unusnal suubd; aud yet she layi, gently,she la “pretty well,” and her pale lugers run trerauluni ly over ths miDur keys ol the piaao at twilight, sometimes, when her mother u not there: but she don’t try to sing an) murr, she leell so weak. Prttlf rcelll" the wecrr knew what M was to be well, and 'tut aud joyous, any more than bar canaries that were batched from tbe nut that her own (ingers tasbionad and sui-pcnded beneath the fitting-room ceiling in-dead of the blue sky. U, (ihristiaul U, human motbersl when will this cease? Whcu will the gad-temple, (uhiuued to enshrine the spirit of yonr child, receiee fit trualmeut it your hands? Tha cursa falls heaviest ainoag the childran of tha weaiUiy, unless imoog toe extreme poor who hive bo eovcriog. uodkilftktm, YVhcb will tbt hibd be ontstrefehad for hbowledge of whitsbould ba done? or bitter, when will ihercasutt and true in»tinct rule, instead uf hcartleu custom? Every mother would maka her child happy, Give It health, then, wholesome diet proper clothing, Iree air, ampios meat, alwiei tueh as the child delights in —do this, tod the raeebu guua forwaiil a great stride -thw man shall dwell hen. hii allotted timi, and (liniiy precocity ihatl be displaced for thr substantial, the matured, iuiinarttl mind. Enough ia written—enough Is said—but is du«e nut reach. May lome molber'i e)e, that ligbti on this, take up tha work heartily herstlt, tad the tkull snceced, lad others will go and do Ilk-wist. Freth little facu peep in at every eornai; af my ihongbts. troops ol Iheni. m hounding health, fleet away and around ma, to thus woods, to Ihe fields, lo tke schoola and to wbaretbry give up their lhaake tad soag, ilka mounting iaecnia. .Aa wrong cataaa. Ikit wrong aastoaaaa al»., Ha't- ‘•‘•k®"' —Stuuka -iUii* J»»ru*l. - ♦ // )o« ( 'ue.—Every roan ought to pay hi» deííti, if ha rau. Every man    *® í®‘ iiiarriat:, ll he ean, Every maa should do kis work lo »«it hli eiisUroera, if ha eaa. Every „f, shonld smdetimro hold her toog.a, i iha rau. Every tawyar ihoald lomeliina. Ull tba truth. If ha raa. Every maa ought to mud bii owb bniiaesa tad let other peopli • iloba, it ha ean. Eeary mia shoaiduien aaw». paper, and pay lot it anyhow.

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