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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 20, 1852, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaA jowly newspaper to Al Reg science Jolo Yilit amusement in. 40. That country is the most prosperous where labor commands the greatest Wellsboro thursday May m 1852. A tote poets Schb. Lines no by vat. In number Light i we Jan Between a of a riiitlt1 More Bright Iii pm Noil the Groe h. Is in her grave Low in her a lamp of Levi Wood to put Lowny stand in in the Cooil a t Ipin with a hand. In in her grave Low in her grave. 1.1 lire filing wait us Ninon a vat it Linn to Aston while tiny Ming it in her crave Low in her grave. Cir p tin i my Ryca Iton t in a Lowers appear of h in i within Hor Urno. In tier Gravo. Company i know not As yet i had not Cour age to look up but continued like one possessed bowing and scraping ejaculating your Kuin ble in All directions until Cut Short by a fresh mishap. I had in fact reached the pie which still Lay there for the servant had not sufficiently re covered from her fright and loss of and stood staring at the master piece of cooking dashed to pieces on the floor without an Effort to remove it All at once while engaged in making a fresh inclination my unfortunate left foot wandered into the pastry. I saw nothing for All had be come dark before my eyes. Disgracefully but naturally enough my foot Slid from under me in an instant personal and political balance were lost and Down i came measuring my whole length just five feet seven on the floor to the no Small alarm of some and the irrepressible laughter of the Large and worshipful company there assembled. In falling i broke Down two chairs which i had seized hold of in order to save to Gether with a Young and pretty female who in All prob facility was at that moment about to seat herself but with a Speed equal to that of her chair came rolling on the floor beside Shakespeare Bunyan and Burns. The three greatest natural geniuses of Britain hitherto have been a tinker and a Gauger Shakespeare Bunyan and Burns. It is to think of the auras passing by palaces and courts As in scorn and shedding its select est influences on Heads not Only uncrowned but actually loaded by a Penumbra of contempt and the foregone conclusion of three of the most of professions. Marvellous and yet not perhaps to remain forever unparalleled for would our readers believe that the three most rising poets of our Day Are a Brewer a wine merchant and a seller of shawls verb. Sat. Sap. Facts like these prove unquestionably that previously to this it was named and praised1 with misgiving and in cold and timid i terms. Wonderful Book for a tinker Clever allegory pity it isso calvinistic considerable dramatic Power in it an excellent Book for the. Such were some of the More Manx of which the eighteenth Century be strewed it. Or. Johnson to be sure praised it Tor its invention and the conduct of the Story but Laid too much stress the Mere j to it had and though he compared its j opening passage to the first lines of Dante seemed ignorant of the author s other and probably regarded the Pilgrim s Progress i As a kind of Lupus natures an and not an expression of the general character of the author s mind. Scott says of it in rather i Battle of san.jac1nto. .1 lint Butov Piug nit ii i i poetry is a gift not an Art that Poeta Nasci tur 1 sparing no tone that it rarely fails to make in an impression upon children and persons of the of Campbell compares bin a fun to Spencer but it is with a patronize Reg air i the ii this in among the dead and wounded near who went into Bridge and the morass in the rear of the Camp nearly four Hun and a reared to Irive a in religion seems to search about Max Stol Priam. Floor i Felt persuaded that a Shock of Earth Tia must have taken place. To my great Relie soon discovered that no earthquake Hail can this melancholy fall but As already narrate misfortune in Fil in the list o be i de by Only a veal pastry we got up. The Cousin treated the whole affair As an excellent joke but i have world diet with 6namc and vexation. I went to the mantel piece without one word of As All were laughing and giggling to wait Long and to return according to its in order by choosing the weak and the base things Yea and the very no entities of this world to bring to nought the Are and to confound the things that Are Tho Walls of the seventh heaven of Are not scaled by Mere ambition or Art inspiration if genuine descends from above whence it were hopeless now to dislodge him and before which the intellectual and the Chris Tian world universally and Emu loudly Bend. I j Are not sure but the history of All works Lence is i neral As i ignored or despised at first but consisting As All great productions must of the splendid and the deep the Bright foam above from a life of general Sam Houston recently issued which is a perfect Romance we copy the following account of the famous Battle of san Jacinto warned that Santa Anna was marching in order to Cross the san Jacinto Houston Antici j Patch him and posted himself in a copse of Trees on a Bend of the Bayou Buffalo near where it i joined the san him a hot reception. The mexican was fully apprised of the position of the texan and bold-1 by moved upon the latter opening the Batlle i on with a brass twelve Pounder but. A Well directed fire from Houston s two six enemy s infantry and forced it to take shelter in a Grove of Timber. This movement of the mexican being checked he i fell Back near Bay of san Jacinto about fifteen Hundred Yards from the texan lines and fortification had i pursue d the enemy this said Houston to on of his confidential officers on the evening of the Day on which he repulsed the mexican column we should have conquered hut it would have been Willii a heavy loss but to Morrow i will conquer Slaughter and put seemed o be but one explosion so instantaneous was the fire and the enemy s charging Force j was literally mowed Down As with a scythe j Only thirty two out of five Hundred remained in their shoes As prisoners of War. This movement i decided the the Day and the next instant j the mexicans were flying in every direction be fore their pursuers who re Mem no entities Yvo u Arup sure out me history of All things that j of prof Ijunia Genius and permanent in Lui ire mighty. J precisely they Are not in Gene invention Vord Suonh thinks ignored or despised e inn or Art consisting As All of great deductions n Yon whole army and it shrill not Cost the lives of a dozen of my Brave or morn 10 and in descending must like the lightning be uie Strong billow below their Brill a nce my either of my Assur i "ounii1 a too and threw from time to time stolen glances at the cause of my Milfor his soul pent me Deli there i gained some know Mir City schools at that period at last we took our places at the Able. The Cousin was so next to Barbara. I Imd rather have ant Asta place me Crone Max has Talent but he is led near a Volcano than at the Side awkward cannot adapt himself to the Oil creature. I Felt to been Situa of the Amia t extra Ordi j with Iho usages of Socie j Natty sensations while thus in juxtaposition with sikh is what 10 do with his hands my Bride. Of the assembled guests i in is a Good and it Ever Fel ventured Only to take rapid glance at intervals. Sony was served round. Barbara offered me How could i accept it she herself was yet unprovided. Compliments were exchanged and i already foresaw that some new h the Cen Oral opinion of me. Read perceive Tny failing my worldly diligent it school i i was and 1 o. Evil would arise out of these civilities. Gin i g and i became More and More pressing and looking permitted its own proud and Imperial Choice. Let then the stage player the tinker and the Gauger appear for a moment together upon our stage. The first is a Swarthy and Spani Ard looking Man with tall forehead Sharp sidelong eyes dark hair Curling Over his lips and Chin and firm deep Cut nostril. These cond has a fresh complexion Auburn locks round brow hair on his upper lip after the old English fashion and sparkling glowing eyes not the least like those of a dreamer but resembling rather the eyes of some hot As John Woodvil hath it. Tiie third has a Low brow palpitating with thought and suffering eyes shivering in their great round orbs with emotion like the Star Venus in the Orange West nostril slightly curved upward Dusky skin Black masses of hair and dimpled indecisive Chin and Cheek. All three have it my Butiro was civil but Liis Ufnal sulial solent 1 Ranoff when imploringly into Tho lace of my charmer feb Raul of Ken Man my eyes never the plate altogether. The consequence was the player is Evjue As Luilly of the a res mtr place when that-1.poured the burning soup into barbaras tinker is intense almost to lunacy and that a and Calle-1 on to meet Lap and Over her cloth Sand m endeavouring i o Lac Unger is narrow and vivid As a Al Ream with no Niy and. Politeness. I became hastily to withdraw it sent the. Remainder into Uffa Fod Light Ninffa. All three have Strong in the spot pc chess and so Tel As a ram my own Lap deluding alike my garments and i Teller to fell act of the one is Capul Moua my Finger Napkin. It was a fraternal division i that of tie and that of the i and Case of manner As i remember All As though it was but yesterday All Are concerns no less pertaining it was crab soup. The charming Barbara left the table. I stammered out sundry apologies the guests endeavoured to console me and a fresh plate was handed to me. Meanwhile my pantaloons were streaming from an inundation. Barbara was obliged to change her dress. She soon returned and i endeavoured again and again to excuse myself As Well As i could. Ca Sustic Are partially educated but than Broad and potatoes or a Otu Ine. I nine As i have often of in Erin try wanting in these respects. Many n one in into society is sadly at a Tei to dispose of. Their extremities and can Force be much rather left them it Home. Many such an unfurl knows not where to Quarter his hands. Ten to it one moment into his Waist i. Tit into his breeches pockets then i a intr raising the one or the other to his of p j. A info to scratch by Way of variety. Other ill Luck entailed by my awk my he reckoned that of being still a reached my i blessed with a wife. Sorner was my old aunt dead and i her a. In Tureby rendered Ollyn i. Then in my thirtieth year was Lead Shaks Eure s culture is that of the society of his age Bunyan s that of solitary Reading and Burns of a compound of both. All Are men of one Shakespeare s being the universe Bunyan s the Bible and Burns the Ballad poetry of Scotland. All arc men of intensely ardent temperament which in Shakespeare is attracts in their own age while Ali air prot under qualities Fucinato the future. It3 was so with Llmer with yes hymns Lucretius with Dante with Spencer with Mil ton with dry Deli with Cowper with Byron with Wordsworth himself. All. Triese obtained reputation in their properties in their writings of interest or elegance or oddity or which were not their rarest or most characteristic and All afterwards grew up to that Fame which now Waits like a menial on their immortal names. To this there Are exceptions but we. To be the Rule Anil a Rule moreover in strict accordance with the Princi Ples Winch prevail through the universe. We see Long before we can weigh the Star. The latest Dodge. Among the numerous expedients which have been resorted to in evading the Maine liquor Law the following is the moot ingenious about a fortnight since. A tall specimen of Yankee manufacture arrived in the Good City of Portland in the state of Maine and established i Inselmand Luggage at the Elm hotel. This Luff ago consisted of a Small Valise Aud a Large Oblong Box containing for the inspectors had examined its a Quantity of Hooks richly bound which the proprietor had bought for the purpose of retailing about the City y after seeing placed in the room allotted to him the Pedler made his appearance col Sherman during the became in patient of delay and in disobedience of his Superior s orders endeavoured to bring in a general engage ment and it was Only prevented through he activity of the general in chief and his prompt countervailing commands and actions. The texan army retired to their Camps and refreshed themselves for the first Lime in Twenty eight hours. During the whole of the Houston in the Saddle exposed to the enemy s artillery and More than once narrowly escaped with his life. After doubling the vigilance of the Encampment to prevent Surprise he Inid himself under air Oik to rest with his Saddle for a Pillow and without covering slept undisturbed through the whole night and when he awoke in uie morning it was observed that every Shade of anxiety had disappeared from his brow. J ordering two of the Best axes in the Camp to i be brought to him he gave them to his faithful other horse he remounted Rode slowly .1 the Field and was cheered by his comi As he moved along he spied two Large Ravens Tillery had been posted with their to wards the West. In a moment several mask Etc were seized by the men standing near to bring them Down hut Houston ordered them to rear Farlling that the Omen was a Good one hat it denoted the Anarch of Empire was Westward. Arriving shortly after at the Oak under which to had slept the previous night lie received Almonte As a prisoner of War at the hands of Gen. Rusk and exhausted by loss of bipod fainted and fell from the Saddle. Thus end so the bloody Battle of san Jacinto. A Battle that has no parallel in the annals of human warfare for the accomplishment of to great a result As that which followed it with such insignificant Means As those which were Ernp Loyed by the mighty Man who led his com nit Liis to Victory. Of the 1800 men comprising seven Only escaped from the Liely leaving eight Hundred prisoners of War while All tiie rest perished. The texan loss was seven killed and thirty wounded health. What an important interest does health eur of a Friend meets. Friend. And intrepid Comrade deaf Smith with Diec in of Ciao n tons to conceal them so As to be Able to Lay i but inquiry is about health. The foun Dation of arbiter of our controls the ii nym ent of the human a Boon precious As that contained in the Golden shares of the Pacific yet its attainment a but idly regarded j we Are entrusted with the keeping of a Templi fearfully arid wonderfully made should Ever the v Silver Cord be loosed or the Golden bowl be the wheel a broken at the from our violation of the i our we shall be held responsible for such transgression. A rapid declension in the life and health of Man has taken place for hands on them at a moment s warning a. And not to be out of his Call the whole Day. The morn ing wore away and Gen. Cos was seen with 540 men moving Over the Prairie the enemy s Carnap but Houston apprehensive of the effect of such intelligence on his Little band pronounced the affix air a Mere ruse on the part of Santa Anna and his opinion was publicly sustained by the spy who had been sent out to As certain the real state offsets. At this juncture a Council of War. Consisting of six Field was called at their suggestion. The general on the Vasyl beneath it Post Oak Ilove who do not mourn the Early subdued by the Width of mind in which the in the office with a Small volume in this hand Furnace glows which in Bunyan becomes a on perceiving that she smiled graciously i pure cd flame but which in poor Burns bursts Felt somewhat reassured and began to Brush the out Cfall rest rant into a destructive co Flagra cold perspiration from my face of course not with my hand but with my pocket kerchief. Alas amidst the accumulated disasters that Tion. In the works of All Superat opus the Genius of Shakespeare flaming out of mean structures of farce and Bun had since occurred i had clean forgotten the Ink j Yan s Power overflowing the Banks of narrow business. In drying off the perspiration i rub controversial treatises and the. Great soil of bed in the co thoroughly that on replacing Burns o or informing the tenement of fugitive the handkerchief in my pocket the whole com poems Meux d esp iritis satires and Semi Scanda Pany Ware amazed to find me converted into a Logia ballads. All sprang from the people but perfect Blackamore. In while Shakespeare and Burns belonged toils tittering and roars of succeeded upper stratum Bunyan appeared Airaid its Low he Timal of a Young lady who to other politeness compelled me to join in the lat Frh added Beauty virtue amiability Jujj to heartily for some time without knowing Why or wherefore until 1 found that some of ladies were becoming alarmed at the blackness of my visage and now for the first time i perceived that my handkerchief had brought me into a fresh scrape and what an appearance i must present. I alarm i arose precipitately table .1___________. _ _ _ a. L with pretty Barbara matters i quickly and nothing remained the acquaintance. I was a to Cordingly tour it her no the House of her Cousin and an invitation a Dine was forwarded to me. Or huge parties 1 Phil a perfect horror my e in Fhy and Timil but then not Ilo to secure Tho favor of a Luc Alion incl what i l to in sol put on my Best sunday White Pilk a bran new hair bag in Sippio Ronen coat with Truje Pearl buttons. In i a i made myself is smart As a Bride a. The door of the Cousin s House a car began to thump against my 13 thus Ali i bad a Smithy within my breast. And commenced a Retreat towards the Kitchen in order to Wash myself and in so doing for i had inadvertently buttoned a Corner of the table Napkin to my Waistcoat Down came plates and and dishes build and roast bottles and Salt cellars flesh and fowl knives and Forks spoons and glasses. All rushed after me with a fearful Clatter. The guests on wit Nessing All the Good things withdrawn and Many which Trey set their hearts u Chi id Only feel assured there will not be a come in frill career after me sat open mouthed ii Rah would to heaven it was j Ami riveted to the spot with astonishment. K in i found the Cousin alone making up j on seeing the plates and dishes close in study. You Are somewhat i by following on my heels i could attribute the Mold rim snid he. I made Twenty 1 ully to witchcraft but the Cousin Spring right and Lett in a per ing both feet on to it Tore it together with to look nor Ceable for the fear of j the attaching Button away with a Jerk and a party engrossed every a Camisin having finished looked around. Anxious to be of service i. An ill Luck would have instead of Iho Sand Box and a Whit i of the Best writing fluid l in neatly kept Ledger. 1 thought i should " Lin Cly faint from he car fright and in my hurriedly Drew Fortis my Snow White wipe it up. An exclamation of what on Earth lining there Friend Stolp Riauo my in inor Emili Nerly interposed and pushing to and Wiio kerchief gently aside to rights then led the Way j ii in tent where the company was As i bowed but with a. Troubled spirit ii in Rifici in to observe ii Ink blot As Largo on my White stocking. Help i mentally j groaned what will a spiny think in opened. Block f i i la kit thinking to show my nil r Sac club As wo11 Clever and spin not Forward bowing right and left l Ien wit in Otner Locc ions and perceiving a female do Juel before who was in the act of dishing washing my head with such Force into e n8 the pie out of the dish on the and so compliments and ducking and advanced. I Felt As though i Aboul to Rush civil hinge were raid on Tho putt of the brought me to a sense of my situation i sought is fast As my legs could carry me not the Kitchen but the stairs flew across the Street and did not halt till i reached my own chamber. For four Long weeks not a soul did i admit to my presence and from that Day i never thought of Matrimony without a sensation of giddiness and As to Large parties the idea brings a fit of ague. I now. Laugh at my helplessness. But my his tory May serve to Many not indeed for an example but for warning and instruction. A sensible landlord the prank Ford her Ald is responsible for the following a Little incident transpired some weeks ago at one of our Frankford hotels which under the present Temperance excitement is not unworthy of notice. The names of the parties we shall withhold from the Public for shame Sake. A Little girl entered the tavern and in pitiful tones told the keeper that her Mother had sent her there to get eight cents. Eight said the tavern keeper. What does your Mother want with eight cents 1 i Cost Dregs like a new creation amid the slush of chaos. All had something of a religious tendency but while in slip Speare it takes a vague Diffusive form and in Burns Nover amounts id much More than what he himself an idiotic in Bunyan it becomes a deep burning principle of thought Anil action at once swallowing up and sanctifying his native Genius. The Fate of Tho three was curious and characteristic. Shakespeare the Sublime stage player out living his Early self with those mysterious errors which Are partially revealed in his son nets a decent retired self indulgent gentleman like a Dull sleepy soaking evening following a Day of blended storm and splendor. Burns after Many a vain attempt to rally against the misfortunes and sins of his life and temperament fell Down at last their proud recall iterating victim dying and. Making but dubious signs while John Strong in supernal might victorious Over his tendencies having bound his very madness in chains and turned his tears and tortures into the elements of Hope and Triumph Crosse Tel the Black River singing in concert with the shining ones and passed into eternity perfect through suffering and one of its own children than a poor burdened sinner from the be glanced his keen shrewd Eye leisurely around the room which contained at that moment no one but the Dork and myself. Fond of inquired the cd dlr of the clerk when he had finished his observation. Uon t get time to replied tartly busying himself at the desk. I rather guess i be got a Book Here you d like to continued the Pedler Persever in try what is Well it s a real Good Hook and just rps it for the times too cause it la a Mati spiritual Consolation and they do say that s what a rom can t get very easy in that s very but your unfortunately my Friend does not happen to be of the right thiere waa a cunning Leer in the Pedler s Eye As he inquired fond of the right sort hey when i can get said the clerk becom ing Iii trusted. Guess i shall sell you this Book said the pedlar decidedly. What is Havn t told me the name of Ity Evv it s tha Pilgrim s of bother i be read it a dozen but this is an entirely new of it s All the beautifully of Don t want it. And so saying he commenced writing annoyed. Say look at the continued the pedlar thrusting the Book under his very nose. This movement had an astonishing effect upon the clerk. He jumped off his chair and began to examine the volume eagerly but. Much to my Surprise without opening it. Then Sherri i sly satisfied with the scrutiny he asked the tree submitted the proposition whether they the in Etna in his position or the Thor they should wait for him to attack them in theirs 7 two juniors in rank were in favor of attack but the four seniors objected Alle Giha that As charging a disciplined Slimy in position by a raw soldiery advancing in an open Prairie without the cover of artillery two to girds of the human race have some chronic ailments which they have inherited or entailed upon themselves. Scr Fula in some of its Hydra forms taints the life current of Iho. All the sympathies Cluster around the human heart Are aroused at the alarming encroachments which disease is Mak incr upon the human family. The Char i _ and with Only two Hundred bayonets was an Acter of disease is changed those of an older unheard of thing. The Council was dismissed. Date and Type excite nothing of the dread their the troops were sounded As to an attack and were found to be favourable and the general a t once determined on his own responsibility to give Battle. Deaf Smith and a companion were now summoned to the general s Side and ordered to take the axes which had been provided and Cut Down Vince s Bridge of Jar which both around. It armies had reached the Battle i More modern rivals create. Ship fever cholera and enshrouded the Globe with their victims. Nations have been decimated by their ravages and their Black Wing has hovered along the highways of commences the Strong Man trembles at the tenure of his life. It is evident that Long continued relations of the physical Laws of my so m est. Showed no disposition to come to an engage race Aru to can we to thins had taken just such a j lire decay of the Citadel in1 which Ament under the command of Gen. Burleson was assigned to the Centre the second regiment under col. Sherman formed the left Wing while Uii Mea Zittu Luc Quilit Gifu us. La was i o three o clock in the afternoon arid still the ene bums have weakened the vitality of the Trace Ich we dwell. It the commander in thief expected and Hurt i would be sacrilege to charge the vast evil and once began to prepare for the attack. The first jts effects to nature nature is kind. Her of arc always for from the gathering the Dew drop on the tiny flowered to the raging of the tempest when the storm King is the artillery under col. Buckley and four com if Man is responsible for the fearful in Panie Sof infantry under col. Millard crease and malignancy of disease the Clarion of occupied the Richt. Tiie cavalry 61 in number j alarm hould be sounded. The Hardihood of the Jed on by on the extreme depends upon our efforts what is needed 1 right and in the Couf Iff of a few the to is medicines for their profusion has Long whole army advancing rapidly in line through j been deleterious. We must return to the no i he open Prairie were within two Hundred said i Hie invigorating customs of the greeks and romans. We must establish the gymnasium and the Baths. Our fragile and delicate ladies must take to Donl owe her said the child father spends All his Money Here for rum and we have had Noth ing to eat to Day of Mother wants a loaf a Loafer remarked to the tavern keeper to kick out the said the keeper i will give her the Money and if the father comes her again i la kick him City of destruction. Philosophers might. Speculate Lotif arid vainly on the causes of those very different destinies. Our theory is the simple Christian one god endowed the three with almost commensurate Power.-, but one Only i Book and want to get Ano ther just like it Send through patient struggle and solemn search pm tip to no. 73, and i la accommodate pm reached the blessed Hope and new life of Chris just about As Quick Sithey please. Price and purchased it. Say the pedlar after the bar gain was towards the door s by you if anybody else should see that Tia nity. And we come to the further analysis and illustration of Bunyan s Genius with this this exulting thought we Are not about to speak of a Ray which has wandered or even of a magnificent world unfinished unnamed unbaptized of god but of a Starone astray but which returned and received a place in the great Galaxy of the worshipping and holy it is curious to Mark the show and gradual Progress of this Man s Fameli when compared with the rapid growth of his reputation. It was was to some extent the some with Shaks Seare and Burns. William Shakespeare was very Psi up Lar in his lifetime for the Sake of the humor and geniality of his plays but it took a Century or two for the world to see that he was the greatest poet that Ever lived. Burn wild and witty and pathetic poems pervaded All Scotland like the wind of april As Swift and As soft but forty years had to pass Ere Carlyle ventured to pronounce him the first Man in Genius his country had Ever produced. Bunyan a first part of the i Pilgrin was speedily translated into other Jan gang a As Well As widely circulated in his two Hundred years revolved Ere Ian critic was Hardy enough to Call it a work of and exchanging a very queer and mysterious look with the clerk the pedlar vanished. What on Earth made you buy that Book asked i of the clerk As soon As he had gone. See Here 1 advanced and looked Over his turning up one end of he removed a slide and discovered a Stopple which he unscrewed and then handed me the Book which i applied mechanically to my Mouth. What is asked he laughing. Jingo exclaimed i pausing to take breath and making tracks for the door. Where Are you upstairs it has just struck me that the 1 Pilgrim s Progress i will be an excellent Addi Tion to my next Day the pedlar s Stock was exhausted. Well Sambo How do you like your place 1" of Berry Well Liat did you have for breakfast this morn ing Why you see missus filed tree her self and Gib me de of the enemy a breast works. The left win was under the command of Gen. Rusk who turned the enemy s flank in Gallant style while the Centre was led on by the general in chief the moment had at last come the charge was ordered and the War cry remember Llie resounded from All sides with a terrific shout while the two six Pounders opened a Well directed Sre of grape and cannister. At that instant deaf Smith axe Over his head Rode up and communicated with the Gene ral who immediately dashed along the lines and announced the destruction of Vince s Bridge. Now fight for your lives boys and remember the exclaimed the general in a Clear distinct voice. The effect of this intelligence was electric and the whole column it seven Hundred texans swayed and animated with the strength and fury of ten times seven Hundred men rushed Forward with Houston at their head right into the Teeth of Lur in foe. The mexicans were drawn up in perfect or Ijler and reserved their fire till the texans were within Yards but the mass of their storm of Lead went Over the Heads of Llie assailants. One Ball shattered Houston s ankle and several struck his horse in the breast but heeding none of these things the general spurred his Charger on with redoubled Speed closely followed by the whole column at an increased and fearful Pace. The texans reserved their fire till with in pistol shot when every Ball told with fearful effect on the mexican lines and before the lat Ter could reload they were engaged to hand with their infuriated foes who on the other Side not stopping to reload their rifles Over the Heads of the invaders Dis charged their pistols and closed the work of their huge boric knives by absolutely hewing their Way through dense masses of living flesh. The right and left Wing of the enemy had been routed but his Centre remained firm and at one moment repelling the Des Perate charge of the texans he was preparing with a division of More than five Hundred men to fall upon the battalion of Texas when Houston seeing the movement put term self at the head of his comrades and calling on Thorn to order to fire. There the open air. Health must be in Long rambles on the Hill tops in equestrian journeys and in the cultivation of Flowers whose Roseate tints will reflect to Weir hues on the pallid Cheeks. The perpetuity of the race depends largely upon who Are to fill the Hardy v out door plays and pastimes As the Grac Battle door jumping rope and skating and Sleigh Riding in imitation of Northern Europe must beco Ifie Universal. Immediate attention should be paid to the subject of ventilation. All Public private rooms should be properly ventilated for every adult person requires Over two Hundred thousand cubic inches of pure air every Twenty four hours to properly oxidize the blood while in expelled forty thousand cubic inches of carbonic acid Gas which is destructive to life. Bathing As conducive to health should be religiously performed. The Mohom Medan who to fulfil the requirements of his religion will Bathe in Sand when he cannot find water ought to be an example to us. The skin is an important waste Organ to the system and its millions of pores need a daily ablution to per form their health preserving office. Top much attention n has been paid to the intellectual to the neglect of the physical faculties. Our Luna tic asylums Are crowded with those whose Psi Cal energies were unable to sustain the excite ment of the intellectual organs. Insane Tsy Luis Are a modern Circle and parlor annual. The production and sales of Catawba wine in the Vicinity of Cincinnati is getting to be a extensive business. The Cincinnati Fiette it informed thai the value in material land and labor at present involved in the culture with in a few Miles of that City is Light of heaven is the name Ofa magnificent Steamer now building at Glasgow for " the Pacha of Egypt. A More appropriate name for an egyptian Steamer would been of other which Egypt emphatically was. R newspaper

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