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1 K To flatter to Jour face ' '
vAal say f you are both Juit and wise,
"" ( ' ?A paragon of graeo.
' If So' l,Tfc9ei when fiirtttnoimlle',
1 a ' T? fu ttonr, board;
I , lhd'tlmn''tlio'UU hour." hwmli.
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n; Mi Of inch & ftlenil I ntu JifratJ;
fS I ?3 R-J 'An'Jo0i htlng twod num.
" K ; 1 .'Bui ho ho lore you atfll the wm
T' II ' fi "Icknetf a n heatth; '
" II " fl'1b.b.i'Wr.1,fflendl'l'Vnatne,
t I Io poMty pr weallh.
l.i AmlhlJjyomtrire tomenj;
I Who In klodoeu doth your wrongiawanlt,
Ho truly is yonr frlrtd,
1 8nl.h Fork, DdoVB.'lBCO.
S. I . r A.
j, I tDriniimFcuiilnliuirair.
H ,rCwwiK.v, joang man; pat the pots.
"V If n,(l chaltee to jour Jijw. Don't be no
II BiPgutar as to refujo to itrlut ritb a
friend. Throw a'vay your old fogy-ish
P ! notfous for once, nmi, be a uimu Assert
i, B jpflr frcedofii show socioty that you can
If tfrink'whislcy or you can let It alone. 1
, 14 wonfd'nt bo afraid pf a little liiirtor.
II rhr, it won't hurt yeu. ,Tu$t take a
If li(tl?.lo make you feel good to wake
,',' jou lirily mlWrry. I wpulti'Dt giea
IT Mi "MP for one y"f slfalgl't-facwl, sober,
't? 1 1 Pfe:ise Mrt of feUott. Give mc the com-
1 II PaIl,B'wuo wi to( off Jus friend' heallli
'If l 8'st of lrWiujj chamiiugiie, cxiii-
e lirating brandy, or foaming br. I5e-
" 11 W"1". nobodj will think anything of you
PI 1 1 till you learn to take your regular drain.
" " I lf J00 Dll a w?01 party, yon nre.
regarded as a aort of disagreeable iutru
fm der The women uou't tuint nan as
1 Bach or you as they do of the half tight,
or In polite parlance the tUvttled young
rticlt if B orold rnen, who can cut capers like craity
r Wn nonbeys, Dirt with them and whirl thctn
r In H' f round like tops, and then take inexcusable
' v f liberties, "which of course givo no offence
D"8, If and no one is cipcctcd to resent, because
3tK,L "he didn't know what he was doiug.'
u H Ktu your wife won't think as much of
you. Yon may deny yourself cmy luxury
K f H a extra 8IPCU5e t0 aiil to btr comfort,
' " Wi nc Proeare "cr a comfortublo home but
i,v It's all nonsense, she'll think a great deal
Vol 4 B Bore 'on' " 70U''' iust' 8UW yourself a
lati! I' B0W fellow take a little with jonr'
t te friends Just enough, you know, io make
tofa ! jou feel funny and iuako a fool of your-
W Wi hV- If y0"'11 onl' "cut i'" liJet
L-,g ti K parties with her get tight occasionally,
MAI II nd spend a good share of what little
i I1 aoneJ Jou l"lf!i on sleigh rides in the
,.5',,J' I winter In sljort if you'll just act the
r l Xool ud keep up a continual whirl of ex-
-' , .ciUmch she'll like you all the better,
'Mi, K and won't mind a dilapidated house, or
'$' K barefooted children. Lssrn to take your
Vh" f rffPta by aH'tneans, joung man. You arc
W j ROtaraantlllyoudo.
' ta"S -Ht- P yune man- 'r'''11 mny n''
r' W wtrnt But there is another side to the
itrW H ficture, Wbthi you are tossing off an-
wS flth?tlf J,9'tn TV Ve tossing off your
ufuBiK I wn t0- Wbi)o f ou arc gaining the
Sa H '"P1 of others, jrou aro losing your
,ptv. Pu, "leu aro laying the. foundation cf
J1Di K (nturo disease, iwyerty, wretclitdncss end
F'Wture death, Jf you'll listen to mo,
lf,rt n fon w?n't 'tasto it," crcn tluuj;h urged
J tbosp most dear to jou on earth
J5. B tbwgb wounded by their shalta of sar-
JrAcsHV 'ww nd ridicule; though unappreciated
"T B J bose you lore most, and for whose
4" H "Pplness you aro laboring and denying
J B Jrnr,1fj though ypu should not, be ro-
3"B, K Wrdsd as a tvelcorae member of society,
if I ?Termwd; the time will come, when
IKC B )Loa' ""' l)e npprsciated, honored, lored.
a?l2 B 7 e m7 lTlce, and JJant tatlc it.
rktJ Pirficpuipa of ScnincBE. An old
VM Rsn said: "For long time X puzzled ray-
' y I ri" j1"1 difficulties of Scripture, un-
, tr, f t jt I camo to the conclusion that
1S I "K tb ubl0 WM liko cati& Ii811-
r '!)! fj S'ben I Cnd a difficulty I lay it aside and
EM' W tt It bone. Why should I choke on o
aS Bflfl I WllCn tew s 80 mucl1 nutf'lious
TUB MTTLE JlRDOArS OF KEH
LISA!?. a nntrox tai.it,
Is a cornef ortho courtyard of the old
Castle of Kerlcan mny bo seen the crumb
ling stone statue of u peasant, which has
stood there for many ngee.
la tlm days when good Christians
reached ircaten by faith and good works,
aatatj was forced to cxerciia his wits, (o
draw tticni into ,fs marea; be was there
fore much moro frcniicntlv to bo sech
ftmo6gmcnntthatti.no tlTno ho H 0w
Jtror Jn these days ho has no need tn ..n
t?JiiW(lor,onr mn "Wra go to
lilmV But tvliateur forethought ho
might exercise, nml whatever1 pains the
Ctil spirit might take, his mon carofullr
prepared plots would sometimes fail, cycii
when bronglit to bear Upon the simple
lucre was, then, at ibatuimo, in tbo
commune of JEJewi., a poor peasant,
named LanreutT he w.1s a widower, and
Had no other possession (u the world tbnn
a beautiful daughter, the pearl of the
country, vrho-nrciit by tho iirtrto of- fair
Jeanctte; but though the love of money
wad then less prevalent than It is now,
no one cuntd the Kood man his imt.
and nunc of tbo lads of tho parish, thouKh
they were, always delighted u an oppor
tunity of dancing with Jeaneftc, and paid
.her fine comphmpnts, cr thought of
'Abf if! had but a good farm' .aid
poor Laurent to himself, "I'd make Jcau
nette worth banc looted nfW h. ii,
best htda in (bo commune; but with tbo
poorwuges of a dny-Iaborer, bow can" J
put anything osulef If tho Count of
Lnrgoct would only.givo mc some assfa
tahw, I nbuld clear some of Ids laud
forhmi, and we should both be gainers by
the bargain." '
Hqngcr, they my, bringi tho wolf ont
bf the forest, and father Laurent, baying
laid nit the plans.paid a riit to the castle
of Largoct, and proposed TO the Count 1o
take a part of hU land, ami tp(! it r..i
order, if Jie would niake him a good ad
ranee. t 'ery good," said lbe Count; "I trill
give yon a handreij crowns, a good herd
of cattle, and nil the tools you want, lut
by this time three years you must have
Thoioughly delighted with his bargain,
Laurent confidently set to work. Hu
built a cottage for liiuuelf and hit tlanph
ter, aud nlnltefor tbo cattle; for Jit .those
days, with ft hundred crowns, a great
many stoues could bo put one upon
When once tbey were lodged, thejood
man engaged laborero, who cut ditches,
plowed the land, and sowed a great field,
white they liud the wbolo year upou
what was boriOeil. But, at tie expira
tion of twelve months Laurent found
himself fur poorer thou at tho bcgiithuig,
forlrowai in debt, ami be had hardly
any corn, as tho harvest bail been bad,
list laborers, wlia had been badly fed, and
not paid at all, luid all left 1ihn.
One day, when the unfortunate Lau
rent was ligging a tiencji jdpne, and the
....rn.. l u.rtd -fiitiiilnrf Kn strrnirw from his
brow, and bis limbs were aching with fa
tigue, he lamented bis haid lot, and,
clutching bk hair, cried out:
,lYe$, I would, I'd give royiiClf to the
devil for a mere nothing."
"Iter I am, utjour rerv ice,'' said Sa
tan, who was immediately at hand.
"Xo, no, by no meant, thank yon,"
said Laurent; "I prefer working alone "
'Well, but I'll worl; for jou, and with
"Oh, no! yon natrer give anything tor
nothing," said the peasant.
"Come," said Satan, "don't go on ar
guing, but let's make a bargain. 1 pit)
' you, for I am a good hearted fellow, und
I'll work for you a )cnr and a day
for nothing, on the condition that you'll
always supply mo with work; but the
ycry iirt tinio it fails, I"
''You'll carry me off," Baid the peasant.
"IVcll, then I decline."
"I5y no means, jou old Idiot!'1 said
Satan; "it isn't you I'd havct but youi
"You'd haTo my doughtcrl Go nlonji
with you 1" said tho exasperated Laurent
"Vi-ll. but if voualwovs remain poor
you'll have no means of getting your
"Well, then, let Iter bo an old maid all
her life; I don't care."
"Yes, it's possible you don't care; but
bW about her!"
J'oor Laurent set himself to think,
"There's a great sight o' work to be dono
here, and 1 sball eauly .employ biui for n
car aud a day; he'!! bo awfully cunuing
if ho contrives to do all I shall riv bim."
"Well,-" bo said, at length, "1"
"You refuser said Satan.
"No, ou tbo contrary, I accept."
"Well, then, master, what shall I do?"
"Finish this ditcli, wlnlo I go and
As long as there were fields to be
plowed aud sown, grats to be cut. corn to
be thrashed, and wagons to be built, all
went ou well, aud they were quitoat their
ease; but after eight dnys of hard labor,
there was uot mnch'Ieft to be done, ami
the ftar of finding nothing for bis work
man tq do began to torment tho good
-man, who looked, at bis daughter vitl
t.. fear and trembling, Pay and uight Ik
. 1 racked bis brain to find sotno means o
ll occupying the activity of Satan; he los:
1 1 his appetite, and be daily grew thinnci
s and sadder,
j But on morning, when bo got up, In
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JREAT SALT LAKE CITY.SATURD
Jwlftqita hit 1I gloomy audnjoros?! man
her, andeeiued a mOsi iwU, himself
with joy; and when tiiij Workman camo to
askforwork, Laoreutlua careless man
ner took him by the .boulder, and i. d:
I urn very well pleased with you. for
you work capital ly;'bt 1 don't lkw
to be always to.hnjr so hard; so to-day
Ira going to give you somcthlntf to .ir.
fork TAni .",', J"8t tt lotcka
lXAr4.,fttaW'V,l',ai,U WCCt 'j
fetch tho foyft Xnureni wtJlUl,, in?0 ibe
loft, and emptied down into tho yard, a
great , pf wheal, aud ttieu coming
to the door wIimi S.i.w ..,. t !.--, .
Just throw mo im tills whfcat with
s rk' f "? wcasuro it into the
..Sblbe Ofevj! scto work, plunging his
i 1SaI"anmI "Ptelo the heap of
wheat, without nu !: m. .!).. Li"
patV'ivtatdog'Awotk havo jou given
me here? "und- ho leaned upon LU Tort in
4 Wctr,my mic Kllow," Mid Laurpnt,
ifyounou.t tlo ra). york, you' can co.
and gel upie elifitvherc, for I'm not going
?nS,0tt UtIli1 D m U"dc
"Yes, yes, J im'derstaud growjed
Satau, furious at bclutt thus onltahiMi.
'I will lcao you, but I'Jl Jmvu my rc-
cngfc, nut day," And M disappeared.
A short "time after tbis, a foreigner
having bought Uiia land, which tho devil
had put into such good, condition, buiit
upon it tLo eaith of Kerloau, tl, ruins off
"""", "' """. a'"up, nnu juaureiit
now became a rich man, having no longer
any difficulty fu marrying- ,U daughter
Jcatinette -was making preparations for
her( nuptialswith a rich young furmer.
JJewasnioM.to Jmvo a magnificent
voiding, fli.diictermi.ied that everything
a hould. be iiLtho'lict styo: o ho bought
the finest cloth that could )0 found, and
selected; tjio most rcnoivued tailor in the
country td make tho clothes. The tailor's
name was Nicholas, aw bt, did his work
ina manner that no ono could under-
sionj. lie wasseentoout out the cloth,
but no ono ojcr urn hfm sewing: how
ecr, tho clothes wlilch wtro intrusted to
urn were ul,ajs well made, vrcro htro.i"
ly hUKd-d were ativoys llm-,hed br
I the day on which he had promised thcut
fitef"L'i? U?d tuk,i" t,,u wmmrrr lie
I IC.eliolus was a wizard, but n ijreat nmuy)
'said that bu had sold himIf to tl devil,.
' owl they were not fur fiiim liu amit; for.
w hen Hulan new tlial iMcuoiai itu nceu
sent for to Kerlcan to make the vtcdtfmg
clothes be camo to Jiiui ami said:
"I have got to have my revenge npon
that lclloW Laurent, and I reckon Upon
your doing me a, good turnr now jou must
gic mo hli tUughtefi yr Jt -Will bp the
worse for you) Do you understand me,
"All fight," jtald tbo tailor. "Uut,bow
and wbeu shall I deliver Jcaui.ette to
"OU, I icavo you to the choice of the
means; but as you arc going to Iverleau,
to-morrow, to-mojrpw J must have Jca.i
neatte. 2Cow 1 warn jvu not to fail."
Su tbo next day Nicholas was at -Kerlcan,
and began to cut out the cloth early
in the morning, i lieu suddenly he said to
J e Annette, who was waiehmg him:
"(iood gratiouifl what a iiotiien im
nulled np fihort lor wniit of ray tools I'i e
(eft my box behind meKand 1 can't get on
(or want of it." j
"Ok, never mind,'' tiiid the girl, "I'll
go and fetch it for you."
"ou'ro m end of a good girl, .fran
nett' said the luilor; "here's my key;
jou'll find tho box on the Iward jnt be
neath the window. Jtnt mind you dou't
open it, or you'll meet with u nnforiuuo,"
'No, no, case yoqr mind on that score,',
.said Jeumiulle. "1 wou't open it." And
she ran off t
When she had got tho bos, she put it
nnder her arm, nml carried it carefully
without venturing cveu to look at it.
Prc&ciilly tbe thought she heard some
tnjngfnsithjit jes, there it was again j
a regular wbjpeng, and tittering, and
' what u ijuecr clatter what an oitd noise
U is. "I wonder whether I could sec
: through the kqjhol;'' So she took the key
-..1 !.. i!.t T ....f, n,. .mwtl-iiiiir ilin
UIH IIUIUCI i tun . flbu y ir.ii.n -w.w .
box ninst bo double. If I cre to open' I
it only a little bit? No, that won't do.j i
Nicholas told mo that there '.vouldbe'i
bomu accident if I did. However, it was.
only to frighten me that ho said so! lie's '
a cunning fellow, and does not want his
secret to get wind. U' all nonsense;1
what could happen if I did just look lutu
it? If thero is an auluial inside, it can't ,
cat me, for It's not ns big us I am " '
Kcusdul.bg thus Jeannettc, who was't
then In the middlo of a wide, common, '
gently ojieued the hd of tlic box about an j
inch, but no sooner had tho done this,
than' a whole host of little dwarfs not so
largo o$ yonr thimble, each with n little i
red cap upon his head leapt to the ,
ground, and dancing around her, shrieked
ut the top of their voices;
"Some work, mistress, some work!"
Jeaunctto st&od (Uite stupefied, with
her month opcu, and looking at the littlii
men as tbey gambolled about her. But
at tl.iii demand for work, she thought she
wag lost unless she could satisfy them; so
she cried out:
"Come, little red caps, pull up all tbo
brushwood on the common."
So they immediately began to pull up
: all the tuttsof broom, and in an instant the
' whole common wus cleared.
"Souio work, mistress, Eorae workl"
! tiiey.criod aoin.
"Mnko;ir great pile of Uie tfu you
bavc pulled ,up,n said Jcannette, And
tbey mouo a heap as liigli as an oak
"Sometvorkf minris-S spine work " said
j!fowi my little men.' said Jcannette,
"climb up to.thc top of this pile and jurtn!
ddwit into tho box." Whereupon tb6v
cmuiDcrctl up to tlic top and leapt lightly
.down. A soon as the Unt Was iuthe
box, Jealtiifcttc donUc-loeked it, and rati
with It as hard as she could to tho tailor
So Nicholas took all the pieces ot cloth
Which he had cut, and stuck needles ohd
thread Into tbem, and then opeueJ his
box to clve them ia ht ,twnr in .
but nt the eight qf the little men, who
wretched out their hands thoroughly
staiued green, ho Cried out:
''What bW you beep doing, Jcannette,
with my, little men, that they have made
their bunds so dirtyf
""Oh'?,! she replied, "I am sorry to say.
tunc laruiming tmefc ns fast ai I could, 1
let tbo box thp, and tilt the poor Jittlo
mcu,fell upon the grass, and when I
picked' them up I Torgot to wash their
"AIU Jcamiettc,"safd the tailor, "yon
aro yeryy fortuuato to buvo fared no
''Well, never mind," she answered, "and
ns your littIo,mcit arc bard at work, come
and taste- our cider."
SoJSuihoIas drank hard all day to
drown buvtcxation. and nt nlirht 1 oi,l
scarcely get up to his room. However,
yrhervnq wus there, he opened his box, and
the dwarfs fill jumped out and cried:
"Some work, master, some work!"
"CttrrjrBi down into the yard," said
Nicbplas, "I want some fresh air, and my
legs won't carry m. So they took him
down and placed him on the ground, say
ing, agahir '
"isoinejvork, master, some work!"
4 Always that same accursed Onsl''
said Nicholas. "Well, pick up all the
chins Mint the stoue-masous have been
Sp the Ii'ttlq red caps filled every corner
Of tho Turd- nlllt ftrttm mn.lA i t.A.... r ..11
tho chips: then they ran back to Nicholas
"Some work, master, somo work!"
But Nicholas was snoring, und when
they had half uw.ikg him, ll that he conhl
I Say was: "Clo to the devil,"
At these words the little demons car-"
I ned off the unhappy tailor, placed him on
tho heap ofgritaud chips which lhtJJ,V
collected, rolled him 1,un0- m'
; tltcit they pluccri bim under that turret,
where ho stands to tbis day, Onu a
AN KXTUAOlvDINAKY TRIAL,
'llOW HCRDECER3 ARK C0SV1CTEU JX
Ts a London Times of recent datcr wc
find (lit following report of a remarkable
trial aud conviction of murder:- No sur
prise will be felt by nuy one on learning
Unit tho trial ut tbo Old Uailcy terminated
jesterduy with tho conviction of the prh
oner Jlullms, who received sentence of
death. Although the case was. one of
circumstaulial evidence, the guilt of this:
nuit was proved beyoud all reasonable
doubt, Tho last few mouths have been
unusually prolific in murders of tho worst
kind; wem it hot so tho Stepney crime
Would, probably, have obtained even a
larger share ol public attention, for the
manner in which the ncfurioila cunning ef
the murderer ld to his own detection is
nlnioit new in the anunb of crime. Never,
in our recollection, has a prisoner mure j
deservedly received seuteuce or death than
this wickid ohl man. The murder fori
which be ia to die was in the highest tic
grcc, cold-blooded and cruel; but oven the)
guilt of this a perhaps surpassed by that ,
which hu meditated when he laid his plot
fur tbo rum of Lmm. To commit a crime
and then to pocket the reward offered for
tho discovery by falsely denpuueing uu
other umn, is a refinement of villuny which
almost borders on romance.
Tho story is indeed, one of the most
extraordinary that has ever been told in
a Cu.rt of Justice. Aa. tho nnirder mid
tho firt steps toward detection took plnca
in the early autumn, while a largo portion
of the public was lor distant Trom any
thing like ou English newspaper, we may
: ' epitomi9 in a few hues the mam tacts of
i ' tho case as detailed at the various exurai-,-i
nations, and at tho trial which has just
! ' concluded, Tho murdered person, Mary
1 1 Kinsley, was a widow, about 70 years of
1 1 ane. of very miserly habits. She lived en
1 urely alone, in the neighborhood of Mile
lKud, not only performing all domestic
duties for herseir, but going out to collect
! her rents, for she oaieiiScd cousidcrablo
'property in houses. Kt cry Monday she
' went on this errand, nud would bring
' homo some ,30, X-IO, or .50. She was
' lost sccu alive about 7 o'clock on tho
j evening of Monday, tho 1 3th of August.
On the ensuing Friday, the 17th, a man
1 named F,mm, who had bcn occasionally
' employed by the deceased, communicutcd
I with a Mr. Faith, who bad married n
daughter of the deceased, and the result
vrai that the house was entered, aud Mrs.
i Emsley was found murdered in a lumber
l.room. Many people had knocked at the
tfdoor of the bouee during tbo preceding
j I three days, but could make no ono hear,
and it cannot be doubted that she had
been murdered in the night between Mon
5 day and Tuesday A reward was offered, '
first 100, then of 300, and on the 8th of ,
September a communication was made to
e tho police by a man named Mulling, the
subsequent accused Ho denounced Fnim
"as the murderer, and said that be had
j been watching Emm's cottage and had
AYrDEcSSER 29, 1360
teen I,m RV out jnto , btck ficH id
;idi n parcel, 3IhTim touducted'tbe po
Jico to th spot, aud, of course, wa the!
van to put his hand an the parcl which
sure enough, contained property btloujriuL'
to tbo deceased. The parcel was tied
round with a dirty aprou wring. There
was an enclosure h&iiml with -,. -i
Tbo property1 consisted of stons aud
other articles together witli cheek for
10 draWji by a firm who were ttnants
or alrv. Kinsley, and paid by them to her
on the very 'day she was murdered. Who
ever, then powsscd thl chwk, aud put it
Into tb6 parcel, may he fairly looked upon
" the murderer. The whola iitt.f i,1
caiq for,the prosecution was to show tbat
not Kmbi, but Mulllns lMlf, made uix
the parcelntid hid it lu the spot whither
fm- tKiTP conducted lbe jiolice,
The evidence, though entirely circum
stantial, comes from many, different uuar-1
vers, uuu me cointilned effect la to leavo
no doubt tbat ilullink, and no ono else,'
bad possession of the decoakcd'a prop rt V,
and used it t6 ensure tho ruin of Kmm. '
It was proved beyond a doubt that Kami
went to Stratford en the night of the I
murder, that bo was f couipuuy with
more than one person up to midnight,
and that tbsa be went home to Udi It
was ulto proved that on the day when he f
was alleged to have hidden tic parcel'
namely, the 8th of September, four weeks! i
oiler the murder, be was not out of his
cottugo fill 10 o'clock, Mullius bating
stated that he law him in tho brick-field
between 8 oud 9, Emm therefore, Wing'
proved inuoccut, and AfulhW cvfdenoe
shown td be false, w havo very strong
grounds for transferring our suspicions to'
the latter. A number of circumstances'
cause tuspfclou to grow into certnfnty
Alumna was sstn About the plce where
the parcel was found. On the FrTJa,i
tho day before he made the charge, he
was seen at tho brickfield. He had been
seen, on the evening of the murder at
about 8 o'clock In the neighborhood of
tbo deceased's boue. The witness Itav-i
raond positively identified hinl, und an
other person aw him passing through
Wo are not disposed, however, to at
tach much importance to this last fact,
for the sailor who gave tbo evidence knew
nothing of the prisoner before, ui.d might,
ns Mullins' counsel sugge-ted have riTOg
ulsed bim from the description wbpi he
was nrterwaCdj1vo'vJ-rir,r(iwt in tttw,
and gave notice to the police btfore Miil-i
llns was apprehended. There are, how
ever, much stronger pieces of evidence.
On the iimirtlepaio of Mullins' lodgmgn
wnk found a piece of String exactly simi
lar to Unit which bound up tho parcel,
aud there was alto wax such as wav Used
for tbe cord which vvai tied round the en
closure. It was suggested tbat Mullliu
knowing that Kmntwasasboemnkcr.nsed
wax cord In order to give a color to tbe
story that Kmm hud hidden the parcel.
A penctl case belonging to the deceased
was di-ped of by the prisoner's wife
shortly nftcr the' murder Mnlliiu wai
by trade a plasterer, ami the hammer ho
used exactly fitted the woimdi which de
prived Mr. Kinsley of life. In tho clot
led blood was the mark of a nailed boot,
and such a hoot Mullins had thrown into
a dut hole some tirao after tbo fatal day.
In short tbe unusual circumstantial evl
deuce which i forthcoming when thvM
talcs of blood are unraveled, leaves no
doubt that the prisoner was guilty. He
will go to his doom without pity lrom uny
one. In times when it is alleged that so
many evildoers escape, it Is nt least satis
factory to find' the most deliberate criml-i
ual who has come before onr Courts for(
Fome time bns not succeeded in cVodiugi
justice This caso reveals to Us oue of
the nioU efftctlve means which l'rovi-
denie uses for tho detection of crime. It j
would seem that in many cans the' mur
derer cannot rest but Is imjcllrd by ou
irresistablo force to talk of hu crime,
and to do something to avert the suspi
clou which he fancies about to light ou
him. ThatMull.us wanted to get the
300, is certain enough; but there is also
little doubt that he was urged on by an
uucontrolnble desire to givo public sus-,
picion an oljject, and that be hoped by ,
tho sacrifice of Emm to satisfy itirmlry j
for ever. Bo that as it may, the anaro
which ho had sot for a guiltless wan,
caught his own foot; his wicked machina
tions recoiled ou his own head, and he has
now, uftcr a lengthened trial, the pa-
tience, and impartiality of which tho uu-j
happy criminal hiin-df confcws, been
found justly guilty of this atrocious crime.
DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE.
EnwARD 111. was the first to encourage
English composition. During hu splen-i
did rcigu there was a revival or the Anglo
Saxon gcuitu, and tbo language begun u
vigorous growtli. After having panned
through these surecsiive periods of amal
Kamation, it needed constructing anew.
Let us po on from wurs to authors.
Tlic English language has been highly
favored with minds of raro eminence, who
have brought the iiilu-cnt power and
I vitality or their uutivc tongue, in tverj
period of its grow tli authors of grand und
varied stvies have ttiven it tmnspaiency
aud copioumess. They arrayed it in gar
ments it bad never worn, s in their ler
t.lo brains ideas germinated which wo-e
' not stirring tho winds of the mats as in
, their sonls spiritual cravings started ur
' unfclt by others
) Chancer, the father of 1'jigli.li poctrj
'and living worshipptr of nature, left I
;' wealthier in diM-nptions of natural oh
I I jeetS He woi followed by a rust asfem
-- 1. i ' '-! !"i4ilBjan--r ,
4 "' tti js-aaa;
b'y of jwets. Who bare consecrated it us a
temple iu which to pour rorlk great jubi-
In tho KIt-aihfan era 6f the sixteenth
century, Words by thousands, were uatural
Ucd, ami the language was endowed with
pOWcriof intellrL'tlml fimt ,.!.: I .,.... I
.ou. Spenser, with hU vxnuialt. fancy
rlchnes. of lis diction. By th. miuili of
PJU, tuia rude, itopffei, und rough lm
Plcmuit poshed and nljued till it mir
rors iu U their delicacy tbe emotions that
Oil Mid agitate tht huiau heart,
i nlifiltiuv.iuwhtn... . . ., . ...
.., T ' V ;''TU "u 'mproveu in
art of bodying forth !s1ou6r tU Imaffin-.
atioir and or revealing jutcrual aud 1m-
mortal eeuctptiqi W.jwrfwllwi before
,. known, Mitou gavf au example, or
.the glrioui vigor with which it could L
Employed to vludicala ih rl.l,.r r....
tloin, and With what solewu -wo It could
be laaralmltd Into ts, to, uufold a
drama which has human bra for Ira first
sceue hnrjemdly for its tbcuUr, aud eter
nity for its completion.
Bacpa and Locke, earuest seekers after
truth in natural and meutal acience, en
larged the phraseology or ur Uvguag to
explain ahuraet rcasouing. and the Kb
thtred Tacts of oUerviiig, inquiring mlmls.
Kdwardi, with, an intellect of uubeud
g purpose and of rigid logic, cWcd out
.us stern and massive ftaturcs, and gave
us a uaw model of the compact couii.t
ency of its logical syntax.
; AddtSQrf, Johnson, GoUlsmitb, and all
the briihaut natlrlsu and c$iayist; wK,
( hutorwoK, and reformers of that age, con
tributed largely to exhibit iu k.iu-pmut-cduess,
its sharp tiulitbuis, Ita lertilo
versall ity, iu lant aduptedusss, bold
uupllelty, aud stronjf dignity,
i Wordsworth shoved bow It could he
used 10 byuiu tho diyiutst meanings, und
trahsjiort u ou its wmga to rttlun Of grau
deur ami lovtlitiw, where tboughu crow
uowers uud bfo uiakci music,
I Coleridge taiight how it could ba mad
to weave th robes of dreamy mysteries,
oijd to lay open the stopi of profound Iu
vesications into tho labynutLmf rrcon
dlta problems; ho ;opuIariied the Ian
goagc of metaphysics.
HABITS OF ANTS. ...
I . incw is v lie imut of l
ceitalu stutia tk tiuUve n-(-aect J
cnt species; the other t their habit of
! making unc of an entirely different tribe,
tho ajMita, or plant hce, to purvey and
prepare their fowl for them.
The Liduapplmr habit has been chiefly
observed in tlieTcd uiits; those which arc
enslaved being of a jrt-hluek. The tunc
for capturing shines extend over a period
of about ten weck, and never liHiiuiciiccs
'until tlw mate and female miU are about
coming forth from the pnjta state; aud
thus the marauders, never interfere, with
the c'Oiitinuiitiou of tin? race of UftHribcs
tlicy subjugate. This niiptnrs to be a
special adaptation of their peculiar in
(glinct; for if the attack were made ou
the nests uf tho negro ants (ab they bate
been called) before tboo by whom the
(race Is propagated aro ready to ililft for
themselves, these eoaimunitieit nnut speed!
tlv become cxtiuct. Wbeu the red ants
lire about to ball) forth on a miraudmg
expedition, they scud scouts to ccrtuiii
the exact position iu winch a colony or
negro unts may be round; these scouts
having discovered tho object of their
search, return to the neit.nnd mjciu to re
port tluir ucces. Shortly afterward, the
army of red uuts murches forth, heuded
by a van guard composed of eight or ten
nuts only; this is continually changed
tlm individuals which constitute It hattiug,
when lire) have advaiicid n little before
the maiii body, fulling to the rear, und 1
then bring n placed by other Wheul
fhey nrnve near the negro tolony tht'y
disperse, wandering through the herbage,
unit hunting ubotit, us If aware of the
ueighborliyod of the object ol their search,
jet iguuruut 't its exact portion. At
lust they discover the settlement, and the
foremost of the Invaders rushing iiupetn
otuly to the utlaek, mo met, grappled
Willi, Hud frequently killed by the negroes
ou guard. The alarm is ipiiclly coiiimu
iiicated to lliu interior ol the nCstj the
negroes sally forth by thousands; and the
nil nut I ashing to the rest no, u desperate
coufliit eujttes, whiih, however, always
Uruuiuitis in the defeat of the negroes,
who roitro to the innermost recesses ot
; their habitation. Now follows the scene
of pillage, The red unts, with their power
ful niaudililcH, tear open the sides of the
negro nut-hill, and riiah. into the heart of (
tho citadel. Iu u few minute each of tho t
invaders emerges, carrjiug in Its month s
the pnpso ot n worki r negro, which it has ,
obtained iiispite of the vigilance nud valor
Uif its uaturul guardians; and tho red ants ,
(then return to thoir own nests Iu perfect
order, bearing with them their hiug bur- (
dens The pupiu of the negro ants np
pear to lie treated by their red captors a
entirely their own; and tho workers, when
j they emerge, erforiii the various duiie of
i the community with the greatest cnergj
. j mill apparent good-will; they repair the
iient, excarnte pncsiges, collect food, feed
1 tho lurvic, take thu puptn into the sun-1
'shine, uud erlonn every office whicii the!
-'welfare of the community seems to rc-1
-jiiuire; lu fact, they conduct themselves
t entirely as ir fulfilling their orlgiuul desti
j ny; and thero cau be httlo fpiestioii
iHUat they have as much enjoyment in the
I homes in which they havo bet n reared ns
y they would have experienced it brought
it i up "in the communities from Which liiey
,wcro trunfporttd when o yet imenible
a of the change; for lbe red ants do not im-
iittllic'i4ilL ltl " H
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pose npoh tbera labors from which, tbey 1 '! M
hold tliemselyts exempt; hot all toil alike 1 1 ffl
will, the most perfect equality and seem I , ,. 3
to find their delight In doing o. .ajl
That ants should have their mfa-catlU WI
seems as extraordinary as that 'they should M M
I bave lieir.sfayes; It fc, nevertheless, well- iff M
estatlMbed, fact. The Torious species of fl ' m
afhute,, orplant lice, fiopj.ly fPo4 to differ- Rf-', M
ut iiKthi .ot ants, by yielding to them tbo M J
juices which they have themselves extract'- 1 ,mA
eel from the leaves and young shoots of tbo jff fttf (f!l
plants on which they are founds Jt ttcu If lfiI!
appears tbat nuts make a t.ronprtv tA ltlrzkrai
These cows; a certain set'keepiiK peWns- 'lff'1 I
lott of tbe ants Inhabiting the branches of H ' ?
a particular tree, or tbe stalks of a plant, flf 1 " $jL
aud driving awny all Intruders, who ot' lM f VI
tempt to share their treasures;- apd some 1 M i f
tuBte eveucoustfuctfiiff a sort of iuclosuro 'Hi I. "
around th. pasture wheo' it lies eonfcul- MJi V
s-jv r 'woth nest. Tho common 111!!- -
yellow ant said to Lc tbe greatest cowi 'fMl
keeper of tho whole tribe; collecting, cvett 191
nr iiU.iWUiUKl' tt K'ehcrd.orkii.a 'J9
or aphis that derived its nutriment (rum Wl
the roots of grass aud neighboring plauti, $
and rearing th.Tr pogct,y with , hi same ?ij' '
ww and aittidu.ly ihnt tbey bestow upou -1
their own. r -1
. J. !L' !,Il0'B ccouomy or Bnts, ns or j I m
social Insect, we trace the clearest ninin. ...It W
hlutIoui rf, wlsdantund lornlglit'tluit Ji i '
MS.n pucb too great to be attributed to 1 Jfl
reasotnug procekse based npon the limit- iM -
e,dA'xpiUcoC tbw bumble creatures, W ik ml
acd too uniform to admit tho idea of I'-' -i'
choice or judgment outbclr own parts. fl
EAULY BKEAKFAST, Ii' W
, BREAicr'Asr ehould be eaten in tbe morn; M '
uig, borore Iv'avlog the houso for exercise, ' f&
iim 1 .. ""' dwlpli tboscr who do it ' I I
wtu be able tJ perform ihorc wo.-k.nrid w 1th M ?! '
greater comfort and alacrity, thau thosa i HI
who work an honr or two before -break- f Sjl S
, .i ,f.t?ldM u,i, the averaga duration i K- ttffl ?
or the lift of those who talo brcakfaht , l- Mf
before exercise or work, will !, M I)nnibcr 4 ml
or years greater tnu those w ho do otla. 1 It 1
wise. Most persons begin to feel' weak i tH
SiShlito v" enggtd in OT Blx ! 1
Hours imhcir ordinary uvocationsiB good 3 Mi
meal rc-iuvigorijtes, but from the last V ' I 'M
of the day until next m-o-i uctl1; ; rTJ
inttjltatstrcir cold of uud-wltitcTt of cf , t ilf
of offal. This Ultima is more solid, moro MRlvI)
concentrated, and hence more malignant, rratufl
about snnri.se and sunset, than at nuy VvVJlB
other hour of the tweutj-fjiur, because. ) 4'jlWt
the cold of tbo night condenses it, and It ; ' mm
is Ou the firkl few tuclas above the soll'iii $m
its most kolid form; but as. the sun risCF, ills
it warms and expands, and ascends to u tfmm
poiut hib enough to be breathed; and
belug taken Into the lungs witirtherirr, (f I S
and swullowed with tbe saliva Into tbo If- M
stumacb, all weak and empty as it is, it h f 1 1";
greedily drank In, thrown Immediately j jt If'
into the circulation of tbo blood, dud car- v i 1 W
rfed directly to every urt of the body 1 Mlf'
depositing its poUuuous luDucnces nt the if jj
very fouiilulu heud of life. When in Cu- Sf '
ba meny years ngo, w ohserved that tbo a T,jp '
favurite time for travel was midnight ; and W1 UL
tho old mercbauts Of Charlraton may re- ,&
memucr tiint vviieu ueudiy levers prevailed Jlf .It f
In hut weather, they dared not ride into ll"ii' .
town iu tLe cool of the evening, but mid- Jtf-tf
day wa accounted the sufest We know, fL"! '
from many jeark' living iu Ncr Orleans, jn n Ajlj
that it was when tho evenings nut) morn- nLufx
ings were nuutuaily cool, Imlmy, mid do- TlWlli
lightful, the citizen prepared lliemselics ffl 1 if,
Tor ttill greuter ravages or the deadly M ra
epidemic rur thu first tew days following. i S
Jf early brcukftist were taken in regions . 3" 'a
where chill and feVer, and fever and uguo mil S
prevuil, Hiid If In addition, a bilsk fire were 7 11
ki.ulle-d in the family room, for tht: hours in- jfrUanill
eluding miisct and kiinrise, these trouble- iSa
some muluillea would thmiulsh in any one ,jI rat
jrur, not ten-fold, but a lliouiaud-folil, be- . illl'HK
cause ilia heat of tho fire would rarefy tho '1?$IjEu
lutasmutie air instantly, and seud it nbovu Mk J?'
the lireutlung poiut. lint It is troublesome Mi j
to bo building Ilres night aud mormrg ull JMtI Hi
vummcr, oud nut ouo in a thousand who VJJ a Sf
reads tins will put the suggestion into
practice, It being so "troublcsorao," re- Wa ii
quiring no effort to shiver and shake by IffcG
the hour, dally, for weeks uud moulhiUo- "jil J
gelher; such is tho stupidity of the aul- i
mul man! JlalCt Journal of 1 Itaith. J&h '"'
i , , 3&i tJ
WjimscTr)1' dlirsitrhca say that at a recent .S if 1
CUuct touffrclica Ocn-Cft" was nffcctul to 'W.fV f
tri, whilo Ur Ituclmniin, In toUklitng Ian- , jSf'XI
guHgp, laiuctilwl tie protct or (otiblllty ol 11 5.
lisiulkiu iluilnj hU ailuiluUtratlou. 0( i&Jt S
ivoim tiutliiflg vas ilupo or irupuM.sl to l fist J
dons. i ijjr i
Hy the census of 1830, It appears that fioutli ai
Carolina bad a noputulluu t( S,4,CC3 wlitlu, A a
8,0 Ire tolored. and CSt.'JSl ilnven total jn jIH
of UlS.jOT, tltat khc lot by fugitlti or rUji; fli
aviavailiirtog Ilia year ireccilii)g the 1st of ag 11
July, 1HC0, tutun 'avn, an actual loiaofoue , J4U
In i.wli 21,001 of hrr grot number. wnli
lliero I goneial tnMiliordliintlon tn tho , Bi
I HugtUli fttuij CVct l.aet ccurri.il In Mioip- JwB'
cliff, Hover, roiti-iiioulli, AUIcikliott amluthor sffi i
1 plait-, In io iliucu aid lion couimlitlouvii HH 1
nlfurm liavu bteu ilrutk ami crrltoudy hurt ?' J
when in the stilot iHIin,rgo ot tlulr duty ;,tUi Wl '
. nicti Imd ttcuKeil no pioiocatlon whatever- )S f
Kvorj piiiixirr confineil in Newgale cnifi 9H If '
i tlic cily ol UniJun (001) per aniiuio . Wciotlit mV
I k-lirr auiuuut uf money Juilivlouiily rxnil, Wf
In the prcvintlon ufeiime, the uJdilioiiil; . fL-il
kiim Io tilileii-fii'lil tlm ijcpHiUtidllk of i 5f C T i
B I leaders might Ih- avlll A gocvl hint fvi MtfWt :
i- Ne yoit ' ' mjn
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