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B vt Are yel.ln More foj t)wf.. ;
B ",f 'tiViQt' tUfaurtf " Vr mora'
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B '"':J3dt'tbou,(Vonellne.nndgrIef', ""
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B '" AVLUef,wIlbep(tfofwoma'nNi1av ;
m ' , Will cling tQ iWe'itie.tpofi'V1' Qv; ''; ' '
B " WheIl,kii'ihy,geatlle4n:ihVfaiiei, '
B "l"' Thyifcry-aliaw o'k ;s :' ' J ' t
B - f" Farewell t ilmember, Joaephtaa; , -
H '' f Wlf jit, deplotV thy hiet.:,. ; .'i.ft'j
H w vWheivtboo, tab!tterneiXo grieftAv-v- I,
B , 8halt.taouru'herloguiYot;ir (r-sr, ;'
H ' Farewell I '.My warm aud melting heart;
H , Thy coldnes lias forglreD,sa-.v . .,.-
B .-Aud Joeplilue;wllliiny for thee
H .. - Whene'er elielooka. to Ilearen.
B SHE ALWAYS, MADE -HOME
fi- . aAppy0s
B . So-Trroto & bereaved and "Borrowing
B nonsehold'ovcr tho grave of a mother.
B It was & touching tribute to onp' who
m had well deserved to bear-that BUcred
B name. Thd simple word3 suggest to
M us a beautiful' picture of be life ..and
B character o f a true woiuan in the sphere
M for which sbo ia particularly designed
B nd titled by Heaven. Wo know with-
B put seekipg th0 bjstpry. tht she was a
B succcsBfur,mo.therj cbildren trained in
S fiuch a homo went forth into life both
B shielded and armed for'the battle. Yet
B when we apeak of this, as a peculiarly
bappyhomowo do not mean that it
S was a5 h'qino' where capricious-whims
m trcro laws'or hero pvefy ish was
H gfatifiedjo'lniow'tbaVit-was- a home
I "where bbedioncp "to tho will of the par
B ,erif was understood arid rccogriized as
m a first principle, and yet wherd mutual
B love was an allrpcrvading influence
K which led to gentleness und forbear-
anco and, kind, thoughtful efforts, for
tho com fort and happiness of each mem
ber of tho dear circle.. Wb know this,
because it is only this combination that
makes a truly happy home.- The first
of these, principles is generally rocog
nized in theory, it not in practice, but
the influoncoand importance of the last
is too of tetf entirely overlooked. Par
ents lovQ-jheir1 children, but they do not
allow their lovo to manifest itself in u
kindly intorest.in what Interests them,
in forming little plans for their
amusement, .and in seeking as a promi
nent object their happiness. Very
many parents need to be remjndediiiat
they have something moroto dq for
their childron than merely to provide
for their 'physical waqts, to - educate
(wo use tbeword in its limited sense),
and govern them. To smile and talk
pleasantly when one is sad, for tho sake
of tbo child, to pla games, to toll
storioe, to gare admiringly on the cob
Ilit6,j0y8-ril "this. ptemTikmia S"M
gst,itslelf to" many 'nir.entswhCarb
yetanxiauly flecking the besVgood of
tliir children. ' Aha thus they ibso dho
elerae'nY froiri then?" borne e4ucati6n
which would servo to make 'all' the
.others effective in producing tho results,
theyesjre.r Clulareacrave sympathy;
aBUIthcirteartdar& drawn but' toward
those who give 'them what they seekj
children ;mus bavci amdseo)ent,vnd
;thoso who; try io makia. them happy
will;havo a: peculiar power oter nhem.'
Wcar'o led to Bay. these' things because
we have of lata been fniprcssed with
tli'b thought that ; "prominent fcasoa
wliy thornrb so many dissipated young
fnen. at th6 present day; is . because
there arpp fpw.:happy,homes.;.IEti;a
boy. has pleasant smiles! acrceablo oc-:
and" companionship athompi! why-need,
bo, go .abroad?; And. if hofiiidndno'of
these. tbcrpi, is it strange that ho, , seeks
them, wherd'hrillijintly' lighted rooms,
jovjai companions, and freedom irbm
restraint invite him away frpm the dull
evening at home?.- Said' a young man
who had just been, sentenced; to, the
State Pri86nJL "Mother! you sent, me;
herc You. drove , mo. intt the street
:whcd,I was abboy, to. get jrld., of "niy;
h6iscland;tho troubldl made at. home,'
,and;thfs:is the rcsuttt"" .J.Par'eiits'f.the'
cquko which yourb'pysVni'takVduring;
iho "dangerous age , bctwpen., boyhood
and manhood depends Very ;much, upon.
youKselyes,,. Jf ypu. would.. save them
Jrotn tho. perils oE that periodi'bodaily,
weaving tliatithread-of,.love to ibomo
aiid to youwhtch, though' delicate as
gossamerBhall yet prove in thejdayof
temptation' !a stronger bond' than H
cUhirr of iron'. or a'band of fitccl. -'-Jjoj
you' nsteliowiypu shall ,do",this?5 .Iioi '&
reply, bv givmga" sihglo 'illustration
that; will explain pur, meaning. ',.'...:. ,. .
' , Tho ifttld one byyourside ashsyfpr,
atory.;JNow, if' .ypu1 takb ,Him pn
yjttirj;ncp,jtelt' htm in. a-loving iway
rBo,me,.tjttiQtale, and.thctf send ,him..to
hisplay again,.ydu shall find. .that:,ih
those fewjmomonts'yduvhavo. gained, a
.newiriflucnce dvcryoUr.child--tho lit-1
tlolheart will be nearer, to yours, after
that than it waVbefore. v Illustrations
of this kind might bo multiplied indef
initely, but" one musi suffice, Juststtch
; simple", thoughtful acts like Mk, adapt
ed' tdeach period1 of "tho child's life
shairhoUllum'ticue1to you and o the
riglftj, when commands may prpvo all
EQwejiess. to restrain. Here Ictus not
, e, misunderstood. AYo do. not mean
that ypu shpuld so educate the, child
tha.ho,shall always bo dependent upon
ypu for amusement; rather wo would
have you train him to self-reliance.
Wo only say, Have always a thought-; i
ful rogard for his happiness. Ho
need not seo this in youj it would be
better for him to", feel tho sunshino
without hndwing Vhenco or why it
cpraes, to enjoy tho fragrance while
the flower is hidden--for it might make
liim selfish, to know that.,ho is the obr
jectofso much thought. W? have
only thrown out a fey hints on this
mqs.t important, subject, we have simply,
sought to dead you vtp, "think on tbesp
things? and in closing wo would, say
ftd parents, Let tho happiness .of your
children bo made a dofinito aim in
your homo education; and while you
are a paront, and so must counsel and
discipline and control, bd at tho samo
time a friend to be trusted and loved j
and oh, remember how much tho whole
future of your children may depend
upon tho kind, gentle, Joving influenco
of a happy bpme.-N. Y Independent.
GEN. HOUSTON AND THE
The Charleston ''Courier," trying
to account, fjpr. tho triumph of General
Houston at tho recent election in Texas,
( "Ho canvassed, tho Stato most ac-f
tively: everywhere revived, among his
old comrades-in-arms, recollections of
San Jacinto and of tho early glories
and sufferings, of tho founders df the
repnhlic, melted his audience to tears,
and wept with great effect himself, as
tho result shows."
lMiMMlMiiri iia tMMMii in i imrn
"JtMwmty notjtruo that Gen,
Houston . 'cantasscd tho State 'inost
Itttylto ' haHJeen- but &
speech; tttat ho doliverdd, and inthl
fcolstatcd. .explicitly that jip should boi
travpl to malte speeches, and should
ttot ma any .moreuqlossliis business,
brdught him to places where thepeopto
W'erd'assemh.ldd. ... -t';.f'
But thiafpglddeech did iitf work
i-pait that , ncedetf, to bd donej after
planting; himself, fairly, and Squarely
against, the slatd-trodo. .Tito 'para?
.graph which hp ad'drcsstfd tothojadiesi
after; concluding' his'. rpmarks id tho!
'sternerscxj is ahohj speech of itself
andought.to electany man, whet could'
inherit. .Wd'giv.dit: we'find it; in
jne of, our exchanges,, and .pronounce!
it the most. beautiful tribute, to. woman
thatofcr; fell from jve lips o;'4..pd'U-"
ticiah;.1"',4-'"- -'.' r.r --":' ''
p; ;,Lidies, I .k'nowMat'pdiitibsare .alf :
jyays uninteresting' tqpuyet'belieo.
you ; hao.,iri .their gdneral' result; an.
abiding interest," .;K' i3-alwaysla' gcatf-j
ficationSto md Jtp' behold ,my fair
countrywomen, in assemblages like
.these.; "It is m guaranteo-ilhat their
:husb.dnds,' apd fathers and brothers
are-men of intelligcnceand refinement,
whovapprcdiatd thijir'.mciital capacities,
andjtlestre 'their - eduntenancom their,
undertakings.' .Yoiir' :presencp Wer
;cUe3 a calming.inlluenco upon those
antagpnismswhich aro tpo.oftpn en
gendore.d in tho he.at. of political con
tests. All 'partiesidesiro your approv
ing smtldj aud3 thefoforo all. urd En
couraged by yourprcspneo.. L linw
that in the.diredt administration of po
litical affairs you have no .sharp; hut,
yct reigning, as yon dpi . sttpremo "in
therealm of love your jufluenco often
rcpntrpls.tho destiny of; naiionsl. .Vk
mrfn's loyd ,is '" tho .great,'- le.vcr wWcli
rdUses:men .to.actfon " Thp"gericr'al,as
ho--"plans -.tltQ,B.tTatdgto cdmhiiiaUdhs
whicli ardto,rnsurp,jvictory,ildoks for
ward to a recompense dearer; than tho
laurelsupon hishrdwjf the, soldiei as
hdtrudges along on'the weary" march,
brTningieVin .thoscencs.qC 'tnd battle
field, oven. with death around him) for
gets' awliilo. the carnngcand "turns his
thoughts to thof dnd girl' bereft behind
en by rodo.wavcsjSinga merrily aloft
as Jhp thinks of Up 'little cottagoby the
shore, where his jyiie .and dpar ones,
await him;, the statesman, as he devises,
amid deep and painful", thought, plans
of government; which aro to tell, upon
his own and his'cpntry's fame, never
loses sight of thojoys which await him
when cabinet councils arc over, and ho
enters .the portals of homo; tho senti
nel, as ho paces his, weary, watch, loves
the moonlight tramp, that he may look
henpatb.jts rays: at tho dear memento
of a mother's or agister's love. Over
man, in all his relationships, tho influ
ence of woman hangs like a charm.
Deprive us of your influence, whiph
diguifiesns and stimulates us to noble
deeds, and wo become worse than bar-,
bariansi Let it be ours, and wo can
' brave the cannon's mouth or faco
danger in ten thousand, forms. You
stimulate allthat is good. Ypu check
in .us ignobtojpurposcs. Ypu have also
an important influence upon posterity;
Tho cayly impressions which tho child
receives from you outlivo all tlid wis
dom of later days. Sages may rea
son and philosophers may teach, but
tho voice which wo heard in infancy
will ever come to our ears, bearing a
mother's words and a mother's counsols.
Continue to instil into your childron
yirtuo and patriotism. Imbue thorn
with a. proper veneration for tho fa
thers of liberty. Learn- them to lovo
their country, and to labor for its good,
as tho great end of their ambition.
Bid them proudly maintain our insti
tutions. Point them to the deeds of
their ancestors. Mako these their
esculcheon, and bid them hand it down
to-thcir children as free from stain as
it camo to them. Do this, ladies, and
your influenco. will not be lost in the
.future. In the language of the poet,
it will still be said:
"VrijAtn Ur lovely Id the aiplit.
AV ten tie at the dewi of even.
As bright aa mornirg'a eartleit light,
Audapotleia oi (be enowi of heaven,1'
' Wash. Constitution. r
. ' , . i '. i -,
"Awisnot'gold.thaifihifibs, aid thb
loudost4mouthdd philanthropists ahdrd-
formers spmotimos cava in wheputo.
a seycrd practical. ; test- liko tho fol-
lowing: v . .'-? ..-. .'.. .. ( -
" ' "lhad abrothcr-in-idif'said Mescs.
maddest, reddest, hottest , abolitionists
you jsyer saw. v,I ljkd,thp pesky crit
tor, well enouh, aud should, Jiava been
glad id f seo htm cum to spend iho day,
I fdtchin sister .to seo me and my wife,
iphefhadti't 'lowed his tongue" ti run
joh so?bout niggers" and' slavery; and
' thocqualityiof; races,' and ,..thtf.,djuiy of '
overthrowing tho Cpiistitutidh-pf -tlje '
Hited- States,., and XifyMf other!
f flung,, soraoo f whichf made .d mad,
and thd b'est:parfc,of.'?P"mfvightssick. I
puzjilcd my.brains a good;deaVt;o'thinlc
how X could. 'raakd hinfc:shttt'op "his :
inoisy he'adboutabdhtionism.for y;"
. v "Well, ,ono: iimd;-whcn ,;brpthcrrih
Jiw dame' over'td! 'stay,' aij;idea struck
mo.I hired a.'niggcr to. hdlp mo at
ihaj-jng timoi lie was. "the biggest,;
strongest, greasiest iiigger. you over
jseed, Blackl ho was: btaekeR than, a
!, stack of cats, and just; as shiny as a
'new beayorTiat,' -I .spoke to; himi '; '
;".'Jaqk "says Ij when yoti.hear' the
word, but cdpid" right :intd'v,thdrparldr,
and.set ,down; a"mprig.;thp:follpi;and.lca't
your,.brcak'fast. ' .Xhpiiiggcr" jcyes"
siuck'pu,t":;of his hedabout afe'e'" "'
'"Ytih'fp joVihgmassa,'(8ty3 Ke.'':;
"j'Johin,' seV V'l'm' 'sphpr as1 !ti
deacon . ,
,-' 'But scz he, I sharft, havo time
To wash' myself aud change my shirt.'
JaVoi'and he sot" .down 'long. 8i8o,rmif:
.br0thcr-ja-iaw ' Ho ;Btatd, but ho didn't
say a, word, ;Therp wasn'.t no . mistake
"about it.? Shut your" "eyes aiid ydii'4
know it for ho was' loud," I tell 'you.'
There. was a1 fust raiochanco'to talk,
abolitionism,' but brother-in-law ndver
opened his. .head." t'a ;,0 -., i
'," Jakdj' set Iyou bo on hand, at1
dinneri tiinej'and.Jio, Jwasiv' Ho, hail
bcen. working "in ,thc meadow aH.tho
"f orenqori it was- as" hot as hickory and
bilin' pitch and-but I leave tho
rest to, your imagination,
'Wcll, in thd. afternoon brothor-in-lawicomo
up to, me, madder than a
sliort-'tailed hull in hornet time.
"'Moso,' said he, 'I want to speak
"'Sing it out,' sez I.
"I havo but a fotiV. words jto say,
soz he, 'but if that 'pro edpfounded
nigger comes to the table again while
I'm stoppin' here, I'll clear out.'
u Jako ate his. supper that night in
thp kitchen, but from that day to this,
I never heard, my brother-in-law opon
his head about abolitionism. When
thefugitivo-siaVO bill wa$ passed,, I
though? he'd let. out some; but ho
didn't, for dtp knowrd that Jako was
stiH.working on tho farm."
SINGING AN EXHORTATION.
'. The choir, in the Wesfyhas had a
SQvero sjrugglo for life, especially in
Methodist, churches, The old stylo was
'5 brother" to lead the Binging,"
, While tho hymn was lined by the minis
ter". No song monopoly there. No
operatic fce-faw f urn.
In 1844r tho action of tho general
conferenco was such as to lead to the
formation of tho Methodist Church
South, and, under'Di'. Sphon, a south
ern church was. organized in Cincinnati,
and its- place of worship known"' as:
Soule Chapel. The first general con
ference of; the now; organization was to
bo hold in;Petersburg, Virginia, and a
largo number of ''delegates" spent the
Sabbath preceding in Cincinnati, and
worshipped at Soule Chapel. On Sab
bath the noted -Dr. (now Bishop) Pierce
was. to prpachjjhe mornjngsormon, and
expectation, stoodon. tip-toe, Tho
hoiso was crowded, "Thd singipg was
led by that prince of choristers, John
Q n; and by his side sat his bdpor
Judge M'Lean, who joined heartily in
theworahip. After tho opening ser
vice tho pastor stepped, to Bisnop
Soule, and asked him it he would enter
ill-iiiii.i i .1 ijii.n-il . ! T . I '''i 1 1 1 . ' -,- - i tn "
tho ipulpit antt conduct tfie- concluding
serffeds; -nij'.de'pnod, and sug-gested
Dr. H-r, Hk .antifjud little man", with
sharp -features, sharp spoctaqtosset
astridd tt'jsharjp nosoAahrp-'cut watee,
and.asharp appcarauce gericrally. .Dr.
Sohon approached him, and said, 'in
low tones? . . i ,." ' ... '
,upr; II , will yditjcondudt the
closing oxorciscs?' r-; .. ..V '-
; "Yes, sab wa$ iho responsofshqw
ing tho effect of association upon his
dialect;, "aiid entering, tho pulpit, the
took h'is'seat. ., . - t--; -
,.vThO; sermon was all that coirtd.hayd
been tdesirod; rit,Mdre tham mol dxpoc
tatjpn, and th proacbersat dovf a siinidst
great excitomentlX i-u '' ?v : !
: Dr. H7 .seemed to thluk-. that an
exhortation from himself wpuld ho a
glorious climax; andjbrfskly '.arisrhgi
hymh'bddk: ih handadvahced to ;the
;front of thp pylpjt arid, jftthihisp(Jctt.T
liar, pf omiriciationv'ibegant ' , -'; ''
tu "l! ,hn'"u, frieodij'lbuy i( we tio b ,' "
J.jTa lln"wbo broughi iieber tVeeV...-., ';
4ij;?Tiii.i"oveIjr Sabbath. nornTo)-ri; "'.
Gr-T-n; 'the chonstdr, never drcam
edif an.cxhortation after-TU at "sermon;
and. catching tho" lines ;as Dr.H -
read them found them 'fourth particu
lar ,metre;-'io3c, ;,with the, Judgo by
his'side, and' started, the tuno d often
sung to..that glorlous.old.hyiriri, '- '"
" 't'Cnnieou my partuen JidUtrf." ' ""
" ;Lduder and Idudcr jolled-lnV cldsir,
strong' Yoicpovcr.tha. seapE'hcads? '
fHow thafaittni 'ttbndi ought we to t V," tic.''
lf "Podr-Drs H vra "bewildered.
Turning t8'PrSdhon," he saidi'' '
- J'Sab, they aro singing my dxhorta
tionl?,' . . ,-. t ,.- .
, ,Ncver , mipdj''4said,;Sdhon,,whdso,
f ace,' alwaja rpbicund, was spven, tlro'ds
redderthan, .ijs,,. ontjf'nWer ' mind;
wait till tbd3rd:4hVongh,5" '-; u-" "
:, "Btit, s ah they lard, singing my cx
drtatidnl .., . ,,v.,I' -
,: By" this time John and thp Judge
were thrpug1i,rdpeat,and all'and look
ed ;up most patiently forDr. H--rto
jgive"out moro.' He,hpwover,lookcd
at ,them steadily, and laid down.his
.b.ooksaying z ', ',.,
.'Well,,yo'u'ro. the greatest; singers
herd I over heardl Ypu.ndtjonly sing
a matfs hymn, but you sirigihis exhor
tation' too! Lix'ffraAy."' f
J How fervently tho ministers and
audipnepgoined in TnAT. prayer may'
be imagined. Dr. Setion forgot bis
notices;' and they do say that to this
day G n insists that exliortations,
if ever so good, ought not to bo sot to
'two-eighths and one-skth."
" i .'
Sure Cure, por Croup. Take one
ounce of Scotch snuff, well mix it with
eight ounces of fresh hog's lard, and
use as an oiutment for the chest and
Remedy for Bmody Flux. rFor
an adult, take a piecd .of red scaling
wax, tho size of a largo peaj pulverize
it, then mix with a tcaspoonful of
sugar and tako it at one dose. If, in
the course of four hours, this mixture is
found to have stopped tho disease, a
tablespoonful of castor oil is to bo
given; but, if the .disease is not stopped
at the time stated, an equal dose of tho
mixturo must be repeated, For a child,
the above proportions will, of course,
bo regulotetl according to age. -
i"1" ' " ' hi ji
PROVERBS AND OLD SAYINGS.
A oreat dowry is a bed full of
Bachelors' wives and maids' chil
dren arp always well taught.
Custom is a second nature.
Dependence is a poor trade to fol
low. Business is tho salt of life.
Buy at a market, but sell at home.
Daub yourself with honey, and you
will havo plenty of flies.
A clear conscience fears no accusa
tion. ' ' (
Absence cools moderate passions,
and inflames violent ones..'
Good words cost nothing, but are
Ever drunk ever dry.
Jpututfeiktee ihal 04a Rice recently yMW& ..,," ' :B IB
lergyian.tlNtrjbe- wotM Ktrlb)rtt!f)Ue ' -. '"' M 'ff'
iwcie 'dttrii., .thtiwl-jti- V ',. ;; jam im
clrtua company ifireuj5htbf;WewE,n4lw)Slti .',iV jLaP !
taWt r ' "&' UHi& mas. t-vy B ' ".,Xl
ctek,J9lleouotywa4vedni?ife5'- ""j ' H , fM
depoilted. therein .( the tliae.jot.lhn,erecM.ef '$k' ' Tfe "'. IV-
the bulMIng, am&iinllng to ninety ctnta, aioltn. . ', IK mm
TKuiii"boui uriieeai'ihcttatV'hiTiA iS C:
r?ef bw'n called upon 1& ceid,'Bd Vei fne ' ; ? , , ' B aC
bltablo evideaco of hard ttrafa or grejit icaljy .. " , aB M
aomewbertiT-nraMratowomij.ilefaldiVr,,""-'1 ' - t iM IfeS1
" Mr. Otwayf la , reply . .to..EnglifhraeJJa,. -. - fm m?-.
'eWboriukte&ii(rhMlVp'mV '-" IH PI
Unlt-llrcfe, codly lotd Ifiih Hint if Vy W IKett. ; HI ,, j'-lf
certaWy "avge ihn oatraje, drtaf .cMweleV;' !c . ml
;ASoccrj!vtiL YovTa,,-,Aetieho Kjiwv, mm -ITU
la.iK.''.w.Yrk;Tmt.) ; IM gj
Rofd wiae,'eayi; 'Edlwai'Jkflti7'beyri'w'6b ' I $jM S mi
left LSwreaeeliat aptlngiwith '' hnd4atf Ka'4,., . ...' "K I I
juit btea heard from, ifl the ototl.a,,fHeba JgM J JJ
oneiif '! beat clajma, Wtf bae", beeB, effort d -, - ' 'B Wt
$22JM.fer'll. Ttelbeaonk. Wdow a'V- . S
hvfiigliiBoaton'j whW wnttei.afioBgw - ,3 lVf
early filaforyl' ' '- ' - v,;-i .r--jcaltfrt"' ' " '- 'IS?
, Two unhappy Blilelada drdwaedtUheteeHvee, ' , iBvO
la a boit load of wheat,-Jytag (...' vffcarf.Aii -""S lit
i M;lyaaMe,,V!y' Tfte ltUjefeUawfjjaj)iJl .W 'ftp
; for ia, frolic, and aa'nl" araoat ' H!!4avfa't'tK . ,m, P
: Tbrirbodteawere'fo'dBd ltaiidingatrahhtup'", '-ftk jS
'tidhM.ooi'l.'?..i.';'.1,i i'.li 'lv:U&4 ' )JM'Sr
I ..""AnrEpgKib wrfMrtfittJnj abwrWSrifa. fl-M
'. laga of depcultu're,add Vtr (Monday of;eti f fm:' S
power In agrteaKure; aay:.When 1 y aesf M ,S
that t' niy , friend' Dixonfir, near) .Whlttnen," "p. v;x f
pjialpwas pulled Up whoae'roote weje.'tbtrteefi ' g
' .teetyuinclongji'ed.theh;; j '
"Jy, l.ev'lbaiw bivia jio preieot idea a Vo '''. a
i whatdeft'lb'ot cultivatlottioddrarbageweVahajl,, ..; fCi
ijid'tbaf pafahlpgtow.BO "deept. tBecauiyiiie K
ear.tlLhad;elfbeea'.ia'ovVd!1oihedepliYfour ?. fiMS
Jeer, tit;hadbeen.bflek,erlh , pUfitled Bp;r jtt ,;"
- aollffpta the adiojntng land, when It; wainecea- ., fSjl
- eary toopena.aeVpl Alr.and wate;r;had'clr- ":?-
calated tothe depib ottouifttu'tti'bV-' ?v ,.,. : m
St OecuaiMcr.A bwtrtriiSitlag ?- "-- 'IS
jence took plie yejterday in adgarrofype , " Jfj
talooq at a. corner of SarapnrajiadNew . , "jfl:
Levee atreets. A , Mri.Reddy,wbdl',tee)dt'at , fe
tlie corner pt Felicity 'Boad.a'nd Roae)(n.atree(t, ; IS
Went Io Jhe.ta'loon to baVo a" picture taken,,o'f ; mk
heraelfarid child, a boy, about, two year ,raid a. ,w
half old. ltbadetterreotypit;.WMjfjb "Sj
ing the plVt'ure the'motbeir and bojr vreet itiVoKbi tlfcV
lal containing tia'TeyaaUe? of potaalum;lIe '-;5
conlenU of which the JUtle fellow Jdnmkr beor 'fjm
hewaaobierved, The tffect waj littantane. :S
oualy fatal. Tb.erelliigioYiho'ffiptheVtaay'b ' feg
Imagined when we atata that" the boy'wai'bjr '5
orily child, another cblld.ktidber bajbaaiJbaV' fS
loe died but recently fN, 0; Bulletin.. , . fer
EzrxTaiATio.t in Baden. Tlio Baden gov .
ernroent baa recently, made aorne declaratlbta fJp
repardl')R tbe Mpatrjatlonqueilon;! tit i'(Ji . p
clared thai the government of Baden doer riot it- 'j
quire American natnratiied cltiz?n whobare -f&l
been eubjecta (n Baden,, to.perforra dutyjtliena " k:
Incasetbey return, even if tbey have emigrated i,t
without content tbat 1, U they return' me rely . '.-&&
foravieit. Itl preeumed thitth,'efxpatr(Io'n "-m
controveray bere and the UitlelUr of,Oeo.,Caj 2k--
have bad a wboleiorne Influence abroad.,, , t-lis,
- "- -. . u' i ,. - -' ,sI3P
The town council of Berlin baa j'lat.iabacrlb- ; rj
ed XI COO to a f oundallon jn honor ot'llurnbqfdt, ,
rfeatlued to aflptil aid to,! eaVned'reeBandtrave- '"
lereln the proiecutlon'of the atudleeU'o wtiich
he devoted hU longlue. . j . ,-t . jgJ5
It la a!d a girl lu Piltefield wa alruck iitnb ' "
by the firing of ,.cannon. glnca.then a number ,' J,
of married men hare invited the artillery to.corae "-
and diacbarge their piecea.oa their prtmleea. '.. ;M
A general raaiiacre of Chriitiana i rumouMd lM
to hafe taken place do the Dutch portloa'ol lb -ff
bland ot Borneo. "' ''' ' -; '-.'. .Ta
. ,' Kt4l't t . '--
Ydtmirci, ViwXlx,A conaplracy bai H-. ; -Sfi
cently been dlacoyered'lo Port flyrb'nj lll.f wh'lch, ff. M
when ferreted out, Mill probably implicate, the ( - il
children of tome of the raojtr"pectsble famlllea :-H
of tbat village. It appeari that a number. r P9
youpjjmenbad formd"a aecret society, which 'Jim
bad for IU object tbo robbing of atoree houset, mi
aud'cil liens, aud to accomptUlt betr end tbey Iftt
we rebound to commit' murdrt if oeceaairy, .A MC
bold act led to the detection of one of their nam ai
berj who turned' traitor and dfacloiad the 'whole M;
echeme. Active meaeura were immediately m?
taken to arrest the member! of thla youthful K
band of; acampa, which vraa parllally aucceaaf nL .9
Three or four Were taken and confined la Jll, B
but iho larger portion of tbera escaped IO"tbe 9
Wood,wbare they aieltlll at larger-' Dattopert Wt
(Ioim) D'emocref. '-,;,- &
gMEgr1 "Ti - l: 'T: SuWlffS!?TO ?
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