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.ORLOW SMITH ''ScEVKYoE
JOHN . G. BROWH.-U-, Cooiver.
GEO. M'CONNELI - -.a j
- X.TTKE' SET.BY. ' CojimssiowERS.
AM 03 HILBORN,
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OTE6RGE"Vr. HILL - i Ashland,
? OfiLQVt, SMITH ScijtiirAJfc
J. McCORMICK .LwDDQMvnxsj
KJTT.'W ALLACK- jUJuTajBA8paER-
WU.LIAM ZIMMBRMAK.' Proprlotel;
)arg,AshUnd county. Ohtv. --MT
St. lBMiHt. . , '
XJtOK.Oluo; O. RATNOLD8,j?roprltOT.
iuauf jb, jbj. ii-i.i.
. :M -. niLLEU HOUSE
Tkn TCkori(Tbejtle tonnoi tht fc
m oim4 a Hotel, to b called the MlUaz
BaBm.M dtfacUf oppoaite tae Samssell Mwie,
afaletret, Aalnd. and Teipectfoilr olicitaa
-- Um sublK patronage. m.. jiuji
A k laad, Marca Wd. 1B4.-
jUtEUICAH MOUSE. ... ;
ffHJ(auideraiaedhaTlogUaaeJtka above booae
A.wateaaa( era.refpeoiruiij miiu "
I tae aabll patreaage. No effort will be apaied
IM maietcT to the comfort of all wko may tevo
w" u witiitiii. : --. ;
;.-Jareaiy.ie, -gov. 30 1853. ? 8tf.
f i 4-aiji.jiK.l.IM HOUSE ' is :
rrXYlSG leaied Ike abova named -Boaaa for a
XX urai or yeara, tae aauereigucu
It cite a hare ef the pablic patronage-. o pain
trill baeaiarril to make conUortabU allttaoaewbo
',rAeataado.13.ieS3.,, " . tf
i..--v.vt-(CI.a.Elay JMPIE.:ii ;
K VoMPT4WTABMAJi(ka(aaHtaten the
eeaiaaja ltoa)an wieveparedlo ;ac coaaaiodate
.11 - - I f.ine -ear tin TTrai V lallir alia rTllJ aa
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VaaoaiMfyNov. S3d IBM'.
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m1. mt fA::u JmtH'
riLlTproaapUir attend to all b
er of Main and
to bia care, Ji-
Juae Id. IW.-3tf
. . Attorney at xmv, .
VftUlloMiYlIX.Aablandcoantf .Ohio.: Prompt
given 40 all business connected, witn
tfte least orotession. juuc jc jl.
-,, .eerti a- wto, j I paoasa n- rirui
7XaV0i. ' 1 W, 0.
.K t ' i,WaXSOH PAHKEK,; ,
AM' Cs'aiJra t iV Wm ' Chmnfrt;
i ( TlVlJO.iorned a opartnraiilp. ' wlH lo
XX -prooaptatteaUoai to all business en trusted to
thair care ta this aud surrtrtrnding counties, ,XJf
ftca aearlr oppoatt the Sampsetl Henae. aM i
- TiA ajxua . Km, 3d.-iaS3. . " Stf r
HOJHEa4x BliEsC ' i
iokta aya jiffortcjklid CointWo idi.
"T3 3f FrcE'.; oo' Main 'Street, West of tie
House .'Ashland, Ohio.'
Jtablaad.- Maytr. tHS4t
twwTna w. aacLooa. William a xlusmt. -'
, .r kellogc Ac Ajt-jLisor, ;
'iiiraaAatrJOiak Solicit or tin Ckmucery;
a ! YTtLb attewd to" alV proftoasional - be sinesa ea
xil .eciVV lias ted to taair care, in -this and adjoining
-a I ; IsosMiM.' :.Ahaad, o. S3d.. 1SS3, Matf '
ad Counsellor at Law 'i .
i i) . sfhFPf CS oer Drug S
r J-' mm in tnia and n
v "lr attended to." "
r Driii store ol bamoaeu ex l.o dusi
nexgnborias counties provopv
Mil . !
TIOV?. -. i -. 1
A i KBNWT, FOBTEB,, ;
aioslilans ai tUtufs md CU
1 cuXfTIIJk attend prompUT toallbasinesaentr
71 y ,to taotr care in this" ana adjoining con
OH'ICBoalMainatreet.-ajwer the Store of X.
C. Bu.hafcllvAsai.JVahlaadCoBiafi0- ' '
6R5EY .LAV and. Justfce of4an
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Jo urine. Aihland L
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mmm 'imin f iaiirii ii tAlhacnixess
eavtli r vMad and viaMMt. ia t treatment 'of
staao fisura. Vrsctured Kanes. Club Feet.
aHair fcip.' . feraoua aatcted -cat find bin at
Mh Sampset House, duriLg trie ataf ts AsJjkaml.
. as-rkih mint neeessarlljc be short at this time. ......
August 2Qy 1854. - '
.-- i Jfe UaS!t, M. !.. i..r
Frmctitioner of Medicine nd Surgery, -
" 'rTTlLlTgira prompt attention to all calls in
Vy bia profession.-
Haye.rilfe, Jnlr ft, 1854. V- 6tf '
a l'ni. .. . t . . i i T ' -
rM V. sjsP.XICJUA.lasS.a M ;. . .
ssA tmK paoaite F.fc l. Kiaser'a Store; Mala
fes eJ! Atreat, Ashland, Ashland cuuntj, Ohio. .
jaTaklaad. Feb. 14. 1854. ' :
im3 !. '"IrkCBANE, H. D. . .
l.l.rJSKi Smr4 OcmHtt, : : - '
Cgiadioiningr MHIington'e Drag Store
nosite P. fc I. Rieaer'e store. - . -' -
AailJarl, April 19thi 1845 a48tf - .
- n. WB. JOSEir- ."-
tTW A t SS " ciil' n Ruf gle Township Ashland
ta.Ud""'" h. (r,r.W nrofessional services
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:jOmF.ainj-, oft- vitbout the
. a.ad Caacsroos
Kaa ar CaaUC. . f
jaar . w
ATAHSAB; Wand Coancy.vnro-t.
awkjU 4aottb Peace an Notary PjiblU.- f- u
a7TNonberg3d..J653. , , - ff tr
aaaui .wip. AaJf K!L,-1 . ,
- t. ita branches. Office in the Em-J
w aavre ,sj in. i . o. J
' 'i3;-B'W, XT, SlPBUss-ai".'.'..'-
Proctitirmr Vf JtUidmM aM Surfrft ' ,
TTTllL attend tol bssiBeasoaaled wjtk hta
' .aasV W-professin. Olliceisi-tlvs CnVa of Xror . Aaa
. tanA count-T. Ofclo. . . ... f4 V.
- 1)U8. J. jP. Ac J. COWAN,
prtACTTTlOHEBS OF MED1CIKK AKD jpg.
M a. oj.Kr, jjomwjifto, .....j ow
' March Seta, HSS4.
WIl.SvIA!I ItAI.rSTOX, .
Iva-AToa no clock majeb, Postor-
2 tics Building', Main street Ashland,
o. Gold and SUxfii Fen, aua a cnoice
shaaa. Nosamao as, 1333.
Jewelrr. kept coaaaniiToa
t . V'-Tro'iv. -;-.t . v
So newly met. 'twas hard to part .
With such a cold adieu .
Not ah a kiss to cheer the heart . .-
That beat alone for ybuT
But, eyes are books whan lips are still,
. When ilaace hold aostrol, ;
Where kindred eyes may read at will -
. Translation from the soul. '-.
. ..And on thiae eye illumin'd laaf.(.
Ai waawar to my prayor, ' "" r -
" tn'fcharaetera aablime, tho brief;
j . .? -a . t,.si ;
..u When aazt ar meet, oh I let .tUoa mf
-' staaaaa ita parting ray j
TT. ft -1 -IT Ll J-JL.
O 1 And oaicklrab away.' i J 1
A TALE OF KOETHEKN MEXICO
BT DR." J. H. ROBINSON.'
Which -way did.' they go?'. I inquir
ed wi thou t delay. . .
" Wnicti way did who go eenor j"' be
asked -Without removing his cigarro from
his lips," ; . .. . . V. . ..
".A ladj, attended by a gentleman."
; " Followed by a man on horseback.
yonr worship?" he returned. . .' ... "
"Yes,'J 1 returned.
They went that way, if your lord
ship harries, joar lordship can overtake
them." - ......
I took the path - designated and "gal-
lopped three or four miles without sotp-
ping ana witnout tne least saccess. x
then began to realize that the man with.
the cigarro had purposely . deceived me.
This consideration did not put nie"in'tBe
best olTntinor and I returned at a Blow
er pace, inwardly determining to pimiali
tne iellow lor his falsehood: bat i might
as" well have spared my anger, for when
reached the angle of the roads my in
formant was not there. , I went back to
the padre's, not in the most amiable tern-.
per for the seventh day.
A -fandango was .to com o on in the
evening ol the coining Tuesday, and Father-
Gardette and myself made prepara
tions to go. I laid aside my military
rig, and dressed tor . that occasion a ui
Mexicana while the p&dre covered his
shaven brown with a wig'. ' ' Knowing tlat
considerable jealously is apt to be exci
ted at such times toward Americans.
concealed a brace of pistols upon !niy per-
son,, that I.rhight be prepared .for ..any
disturbance -that ; might possibly grow
out of my being present. Ihe padre
took similar "bxecautiobs, inwardly hop
ing, no doubt, that he might make some
discoveries m relation to the mountain
eer and his horse. V ' '
,We did not go until a ilato hour and
they were dancing the itelero with great
earnestness when we got there, i ibis
was just what we desired, for they were
so occupied that our arrival was no no
ticed." I soon become tired of looking
ttu, and danced, in high feather, with a
pretty Mexican : lass. J ust as A was
leading niy ' panting partner "from the
floor ,whd should I see bat the military
looking gentleman. '-and standing by his
sideiny brigBt divinity.; The; padre was
chatting with a buxom . damsel close at
hand,; and I hastened to drawhia atten
tioa toward 4he-lady;and her. com pa n-
. , . '-.-3 s:.i-3.-i. ..-i. i" ;-j i;- i
. M Those," said" he, " are Jttr.r JJounv,
and hi5' daughtei,"- full - blooded -Amwi-t
dans; ; I Iuiht' - jny handsome' horse-of
that gentlemaii iHis rancheria i, about
wmiles br i half from tha lower end
it aua --. . -.. : j '
f5!i1ifits.nr1 si-fiTiA lrwilrmir ".rfrl she
" Her name should be Bonny EditL,"
I replied, and then requested to be in
troduced. l ':' ' '.'C. ' . ' ":
.The priest regarded me a moment in-
qaiaitively, and then said, with his ac
customed twinkle of the eyes;
. " Ah 1 this is your unknown charmer !
I ought to have known who is was before,
but I have thought so much of the ras
cal that stole my horse, that it has driv
en all my wits cut of my head. Come,
I will introduce you at once." ;
It was" not without some trepidation
that I approached the object upon whom
my thoughts were centered. She was
then unveiled, and I could note her daz
zling beauty. . Notwithstanding change
of dress had. made, considerable altera
tion in my external man; the recognition
being followed by ft sudden suffusion of
the tace and neck ot the. tair one. one
instantly called the attention- of her fa
ther bf aVfewlow-spoken words,', when
ijeriurce3iJiRa.rd me as I advanced, &td.
held out tiatjiand with a smile -: ;
-i - u j taye -the pleasure of making, yoii'
acquainted with one of your countrymen
Pr. Edwards of the United States
Army, saii the padre. - - i ; ' '
,.,Mt. Bony replied thai he was happy
to meet me,; had already heard of me
through his daughter,' and had expected
to 'see me at his rancheria.. . . ... :. ;;'
f ." Believe me, sir, I should have need
ed no second invitation had I ' known
where to find your rancheria," I answer
ed, as he presented me formally to Edith.
; ."How stupid !" she exclaimed, rcd
deuin T to the brows. " I forgot ia my
perturbation to givo him that essential
iniormatuq ' . ,
J" We will now. repair that oversight
The doctor must go home wits' us, and
stop at the ransheria during the reinaii
der" of hi ..stay aij Moro," added JJIc
J3onny- jjrct. iJj -si f
1 l"17expre8sed niyf thahks'a'nd'jngaged
both futher. jmd daughter in ananiiuated
conversation e then . A . daucedi -4witU the
laltef. growing mb'metitarily tiioro intox
icated (witl' the loveliness of her person
and the amiabiUty of her wind. - During
a paoso itfthe dance, the padre-touchxjd
mc on the arm, aiid "whispcrdd that' he
had discovered the man who had bought
his hofse. -
; Where ?" I asked--'-' '''
' "There ' by the door. ' He has been
eyeing yoju for this half hour." ' j "
: " That cannot be niv mountaineer, be
cause his whiskers are of a differant hue,"
I remarked. .. '.. . - ",.' . 1 .
. HBoth. false, my friend. 'Whether
yourmountaineer and the fellow who
bought iny horse are the saine, I cannot
tell; but that is inan,'.' added the
padre, in a positive- tone.- I then direct
ed the attenllon olMissoiIny owards
tne inaiviauat.m. quesuonri': w-r i
". Did you'' ever nee-him- 'before 1
inquired - ho : remainea TBiienc a mo
ment, regarding him very attentively.
"I think I have" she -said'; bht
w&r-rs I && not "bow reuemxtesL 1 1
. ?' -Tax your memory somewhat, 5 X bb-
t is the mbuntaineer,'!ihe rejoinedj'
In a liwer tone j "and .jfe4pe is singui
bicly plianged .in apperajiOoi. I fear his
presence here portends 00 good, I jshall
speak to my father and go home at once.
At that instant there7 arose.a". tumult
without-" ' Navajocs t ' Navajoes ! 5
reached our ears. There-was evidently
a stampede the Indians were driving
off the eattle and horses. Immediately
there '.was a ; general rush toward -. the
scene of disturbance, and I ranwith the
others to defend the property of the "citi
zens. Such descents upon the-' Tillages
by the .Navajoes, Jiiutaws, and -Apaches,
were quite common, and many lives had
been lost in repelling - them : and innu
merable herds driven away to the moun
tains. . Indeed the Indiaus have made
first and last, sad work with the towns
of Northern Mexico, and their' names
have become a sound of terror.
'we reached tae spot in time to pre
vent, in a measure, the full catastrophe
of a stampede, and to send 'several ef
fective bullets, among the. thieves. We
suffered no harm, save a few trifling flesh
wottnds-from arrows and spears.-. We
hastened back from'' fue,"fbraV:tb; finish
off t4 lundango in' prop'eV'style. ! Npt
until we had n early. -reached the door,
did A observe that the tmmntarueer 'was
hot of our party. " The fact gave me con-j
iderable uneasinesa. A-poke of it to
the padre," and it put. .him. ip,. great fear
that his horse-stealer Lad eluded him.
The rapid rattle and clatter of hoofs at
that crisis drew our attention. '
" That sounds ' like the tramp of my
horse," said Gardette; y ::!' ' -
I hurried into the room where tho la
dies had .been . left, but, one hasty. glatice
around assured me that Edith was not
there. I ran, and met Mr, Bonny at the
door. ---- M".:!;.T - ': !..'' f. ;
" Where is jyonr daughter, 'sir t1.',
nervbuslv "enauired. V . '. -. ' oiir
: -" She- should be here,?' was tho reply.
" She is not," I returned: 4 I Ifcar,
that Sills'' not right. ' LadicsB have you
seen Jiliss iionny within a lew minutes r
The damsel with whom I had danced,
said she has gone out with several oth
ers, tin d presumed she had set out for
home. x .r, ";'.'?.-.-: --o;
- " I left my horses hitched at the cer
eal, close at hand,' said 'Mr.. Bonny.-
"Let us secif they are there," rWe
went to the corral, bat neither of the
horses were to be seen.' 'We then run
toward the ' rancheria that isj the pad-
-a sr -n tm 11 1
re.-jur. JJonny ana myseu-impeiica by
a common feeling that there . ihad been
foulplaylT1 The bridle pathrt was lit
f.Ie . better foliowed.-fhe.cnerat. course
of the It io Moro, . had various, .winding
and- trirrithW and nnmerons divenrinsr
paths. After running abbut-bali a mils,
- -r j - : i'.'L
1 : O- . . " r-i
we came 10 ruite ivrrfeniiuencejywnKiu
was'aTargo and .lgif-tbck upon which
t. laieredahieavi -jo my.Jft, in ! the
direction of the rmouatams itie.ontiina
of fiacres on- horseback Tace.- The "bai
Hrfi fwho Prided himself oiihlsharh eve-
sight jr was soon at my siue. .noeoiaxoci.
thate, .01 the ngures was, Diissliionay,
."-and two-other, " be added,- 'with inucll
ill hnmor, "is the viliainons'rnountain-eer'-rrpon
imy h"orse,in rmrsuit. j ..im-
''If Edith J had a fair fttart and a clear
road, she, will distance- tini,', said Iir,
Bopny confidently.' - -"--j-' ' .iau
" fcie seems to hare diveiged Iromthe
road," I .remarked. ; . - -
' " She was probably'-' forced to do so
by the nearness .of the.pursuit; or think
ing, perhaps that : si';? might elude hini
altogether bv leavinar th't? path which be
naturally must suppose she rould take.
Really; I canDOt comprehend the mean
ing of this," the father rejoined.
A he man in pursuit is the .same irom
whose impertinence I relieved your
daughter a few days ago doubtless the
leader of the band of robbers."
. That explains it ; there is indeed dah-
ger... Jjet.us nurryi on." . a neeaea no
urging and by qintoi exertion soon lett
my friends far in the rear. ' Iu the course-
of half an hour I came to a corral near
the base of tho hills at the left from the
valley. There ; were several horses in
tien.cjure..t Mejng, aara)i, jngmg ,
upon a stakex I-caght an animaL.at
randbmV' Blipped it about his Tiecjt' "and
over .nis nose, ani leauiug jluji. xroju tue
oorralr mounted without stoppiag to con
sider his qualities. ' My selection proved
an .unhappy one ;' a young horse" that had
not been broken to human servituae.
He ran some fifty rods in the right ,1k
rection, and then' stoppingsuddenly
tried to pitch me over his bead among
the- rocks. I clung to hrm desperately
despite his kicking and plunging;, when.
in defiance of my exertions, he struck
off towards the mountain s, diverging
rcatly from my intended conrge.' Away
e dashed, with his head" down and.hjis
ears laid back, over, every obstacle, into
a dark ravine, Tip asteep asee"nt, across "a
chasm ,.along the edge of the precipice
through a rugged depth, finally throw
ing rup.i.ntQ, a juoglo of iiiisqiiit bushes..
.L crawled out, scratched aud bruised.
to ec! lay chargcr.stop-and shake. hiii self
triumphantly, and .-then go--.11 , at
moderate. jpacQwitb , the, lariat trailing
upon, .ground. A did not regret parting
Company .with him, for 60 Anr,.A .consider
ed that J. .had beem more -injured than
benefitted - bv him.- -'Itoiled - up: .the
mountain'' trs fast as I coxildl The moon
was shining ' pleasantly, and the' fragged
Bceijery was bathed in a dini silvery jJiiet,
Beyond, -and at my feet lay. a wide gully
bounded on the opposite quarter: by
high range of hills which looked: stern
and dismal to mv anxious sight. -1 1 felt
vexed and baffled, disturbed by painful
apprehensions for Edith.!. As I was then
placod, it seemed to me that ' I had not
the slightest- prospect-of rendering, her
any "assistance." ' I ' ardently'desired to
show my devotion to her, to incur some
great - risk to rencounter Tearful odd
thus showing myself worthy her friend
ship..-? I concluded that there was about
as much present- probability of effecting
my' wishes as there Would nave been up
on the" summit ' of " Mt. Ararat."1 Lsat
'down'to'resi.'nd iiror3er: thai the-Jjme
dre-'fhe 'charg'etj.'frbm nylp!stolB.au4
theri idaded"them mdfe' tarfouy,
pfdved" "a rery judiciods-mo vementK r fr,
- f . 1 . . '. . - A ' -J -, " 1 4- -: J
nne or cnem -was- cuargeu wiw pwuer.
only, ; having-in Tny bastfr, neglected, the
important item cf a ballet, dunfl t the
excitement Of the brush with the Andi
ans.?': :".':' '':'' - .' ??" V :'
.. 1 then commenced descending into the
crcixzsse; made two-thirds of the descent
and found myself on the edge of a shelv
ing. Jc'dge devising .the 'inost feasible
means of : completing my task,.- when I
heard sounds - that addressed - my ears
like the clatter of hoofs. : ' I thought at
first .it. might proceed from, the colt I had
ridden, but began-to entertain - other
ideas as the soond grew store, distinct.
A threw myself upon thaledge, and await
ed with much curiosity the approach of
the party or parties.'-' . I could hardly re
press an exclamation of Surprise mingled
with pleasure, when . I -perceived the
mountaineer and Miss Bonny riding slow-,
ly towards the spot where I was ensoon-
Sed. a ' ' - - ' - '- .
Now this seemed truly providential.-
I was no longer disposed to find fault
wiUi the. unruly, coal t,; and euihraoed the
aocinne toac ait -nappens -lor tno nesc
The tafldit waslifdiititfea' irpotf the pad-i
re s. horse, ana .iea tue other .oy tue i jjr
dle.' -I could see that Judith -was agita
ted as the distance lessened between us;
and, could with difficulty maintain, her
seat in the saddle.'- Directly before me,
under the shelving ' ledge: the mountain
eer stopped to . give his reluctant com
panion an opportunity to rest. He dis
mounted, and observing that she was ve
ry pale,- ran and brought some water in
his hat, Irom a rivulet, which she retused
to -taste: then ; seating bimselt upon a
stone, "he "regarded her with an expres-
siun.somewuat suiicn-ana u.-namrua
Presently be resumed u conversation
whK-h had obyioiisly been recently bror
ken oiu : -., ....... , F.C , ,. ....
M Don't you --see,- silly one': he said,
in Spanish, " that I can mafcrj' you the
gayeBtjftO.ung lady , in Nw JSIexico ho
envy of ail tho senoritas who may chance
to see you m your finest t" ' ' . ..-
"The wife of a mountain robber !.' exr
claimed Edith, indignantly.-. .
' jou can give me a name less harsh,
he resumed. ' ' I follow the customs of
the country, which have prevailed here
Bince 'time lmmeinmoriat. rl A roDDet r
No no more than the Governor Amn
io himself, ' t You shall have a pallace in
the mountains; and my fellows shall be
vour slaves. - tome, mistress, do not
take it so seriously J.'.,u .t,
' I would sooner throw .-myself on the
first crag, or throw ; myself in ' the ,firsli
deep bayouli''.reK)r.ted iVliss,Aonnyii si
u " lij the aaass 1 you are an obstinate
piece .my beauty !" bht Iwill'oonquec
your pqueamlshnesa' break. ", down toar
pnua xouiTuxatanfMiB, vuo-iBBxue wx .-r
mtrabtaineer's home -hear - the! merry
tPSs!-'i'ffi&jt; V'JieaieaiadsiQd the
aiiiinds of, thiirc,iijglejii gij3gjl
thbiHi'Bnd ecBomg'liT'tbe gorges, when
thev return Jaden with SDoiL'at'nadtka!
iiiyia morning, ,o.j3iire air.xxx,
down frers the northTepn-soowsrand add?
ew Treshtie89't0 rfuF-osy cheeks ; .and
inq . uirus w jxi fiiiig you ,. w jitx axizoueta.
Tumbling waters- jrom high- cliffs .will
make you murmuring music - when, the
sun a,t .his. '.meridian drives you;' into the
cool From the clefts of your
rocky tower you oan look in security .and
see the storm in its sublime sweep down
the mountains. . When the evomng in
vites to pensive thought; you will. .sit
upon thelofti est sleeps Of the ranges, and
gaze upon ..the., blue sky, .the. floating
moon,.. the mild stars, or look into .the
misty depth of a crevasse, or the sleep-;
ing waters of some embosomed lake." ..
:':. The fellow was- now really speaking
with deep earnestness and his clear voice
was mtJlowed to a tender tone of sad
ness. !.' - j:-.-. 1
" Your picture does not Teconcile. ma
to the ruffian violence." An American
maiden must wooed only when she is free
to chose or: reject;-- Giva -me liberty
then come to ' the rancheria and ' draw
your wild portraitures, and I will list
en, retamed Edith. . vn-
Xh'S Aionar'that-" wtirnever do
r.i'.i'V 1 aj-5t .. ..4...'-- 1
You would scorn meij-onir ypur presence, J
I know too well your:Drejudices which
ydu' brought with' you fromthat land of
the' accursed gringo 'Xm nbiataia-.
err And a Mexican,-and. all -the fairwpQT
ing in the world will n6t accomplish my.
wishes. 1 Well perhaps it. is iiesthat a
iree rover ef the , hilla should ', woo .bis
bride in true robber styles f Cmaej my
pretty, we must prooeed.? "-, ;' '; '
4 ;Oenor ! . Sam jl, urawiug itiynoxx .iiu
the edge of the ledgo and pointing a pis
tol at the fellow's head. 1 :i ,;
I had, .during my .somewhat wander-;.
ing and ieventt'uLi life? eectv lttanypccncs
tion"nd fage -but never had X seenj
those' emotions exhibited in. ..'manner so
mark,e.d,And so strangely blended before.
Alia swarthy lace grow whiter wan tne
snawsj andjie really
irrasDddaor breath, like a nerson lust.Ti.
a.ipg from a prolonged, watery ' submer-
ajon., . Xiuitn iainieQi ana sauk: toiAhe
ground without .uttering ,. a . sound., so
great was thft ryulslliaVtOok place
.WV?.i4.rj-W? '.VV;j.H .".:,;'. Iviflol
'?Seiifr niountaineer? which, way . lies
jpur.-paLhJ."rI.added,r with my, finger
quivering over the hair trigger,., and. my
eyes fiasiied. a little .with, excitement, no
'., He. hissed forth a bad Mexican oath,
and cast a wistful - glance towards - his
horse, otjanore justly, the padre's.
, , , " I .wiijake it upon, me to retr.ru the
priest's horse,' and . also , to escort this
Joung lady to, safe quarters, . March
added. ... 4 -, I
It would be .well for him, had ha obey-
' i ' " ' a ' . " .' .1 ' a ' !
ea my; oraerj.Dutausteaa. oi aoing , so,
he leaped with amazing agility upon the
padre's horse-and, attempted to makeaoff
,with him j he, probably, would , have suc-ceedod-,
f .a pistol bullet hadjiot stopped
him and -stretched him out at full )ongth
:upoq tho.,., ground. , I- scrambled down
into, the creixis'; aa nutckly as possible.
lind by the time. I .reached Edith, , ihe
l.waa aaiio. jeauvereu iroai xier awovtx,.,-,'
Uj 1 'Twje.mTf benefactor. f':, she exclaim-
t , . J.I T
her iUajV JiKbousidereA. y 49 refttfigt
kappiness.joi.my Uto to pe at)lc-,sa serve
her, at a momfint-so . opportune.',. X can
bot rftcoelleett all I said,-but she was yer
ry. lovly, . an4 jfjisras yeryr-yery res
peotable 1 : - f.n.e ml-.v . .;ni.:' i ! -ulin
The mountaineer was; wounded, , but
not . dangerously. I. extracted the ball
by means of : my- penknife .-and -, skilful
manipulations, bandaged the wound, de
prived himi'of .his side-arms, and saw
him take up his disconsalated - line of
march toward the.-mountain fastness;
while I, mounted upon the padre's steed,
trotted briskly ; along the . crevasse by
Edith's ide. - - I : .
.Jiln. Bonny waanatorally overwhelm
ed with gratitude, and the priest mani
fested almost equal joy at the restorat
ion' of his - horse, " his handsome horse
4 his great horse."-' " :i-- .v.-.r -' : .-i-.'.-.
j JNeed.i say that A became a constant
visitor at the rancheria,' and did my best
to make a favorable impression upon
Edith.' I am ? now :'a married man, gen
tle reader, and my wife, once oh a time:
caiite luxar Jemg athe.-fUQWiixing bride of
aiBTOunfcailieer.-?'ti ..I:i. ! fiti c.t
1 ' it A-ti-ft-pB'tn it : .rrrryrm !
auilUA xjxx . xjlxvj.ii nry ,
Cotue on,: b'oys;- coine on, "boys ! "
shouted Harvey A5.; to a group
playmates. ' - ' ' '-
' Let's go down to the river and have
a good-ekate I'll show you how to cut
your names scientifically.
x es, como on I let s
answered thov 7
; vhere are" you going, Millard r "
I am going home." ' ' !-: .T
" Come on, don't back OutJ,i- - i -u
I darer not go without the consent tf
my mother."'" ' " ' ju :
Uo ward 1 coward 1- 'ooward I cried
the -boys; ''"-;5'' -"'" - i" .;-?
I would not be such a child' as: to
ask my mother to permit me to go where
A wanted to."-
I'm not a coward,1' replied Millard j
his eyes ' flashing, hiid his- manly: form
ereet;, I'm not a coward! I promised
my mother I would not go where there
was danger 'without first obtaining per
mission from her." ' -' ""' " '"J
" He is right," said George 1 : "I am
going with him to ask my motherj also.".
"You can wait, or go on as ., you
choose," said Millard ; ' I tin going im
mediately and if she ohseht, : IU join
you; '" and be. turned on bis neei anq
walked off with George:-. ,,;.'i;r"M ;
n-isi 1, theni go. Scried Harvey; they 're
themnk-sOpSr-we're the' Bravos, and
he'rah WwirdtheTtVfefoxxbwed by all
the bdyita',,J rirTJ:.uiX3i.x 1
'!"It wasr;earfT springrald! the Si
watT thawing 'the-'lceVery rast;'5 which
made itr dangerous' to' W on it Ahd tor
thatfetrn'MalaflOuloViWt' ; --f
Harvey was a bad bov; -he'respeoted
nAithefiTH-faLhur liormother: he nrided
aua was oounDgw very just.,
Millard rwpeeted hiB mother, obeyed
her Lit all'tfiiDgs.ioved all his playmates;
ahd'feared God. oli vd ,ivw ht-ii i Ju-
How man w Millardi and Harve ys I
wonder there are who read the Sun every
Week ? 1 I think not oany Harveys. .-
Dear boys,- do. your always :obey your
mother r - Uo - you respect net .'HI 1
were to say you -did" not love her you
would be -very muoh shocked, would you
not f Well,' you. most prove your love;
by obeying her always ' '
'i As soon as a boy thinks he is too old
to obey his mother,' scorns- her counsels,
smokes segars, runs with hre companies,
stands at corners making remarks on all
who pass, then it is all up with him. . I
would not think much of -him; but pity
him, and - think of his ! poor mother, his
wasted youth and unhappy ..old -age.
Many a ruined man-looks back to the
time when he first disobeyed his mother,
when he was tempted to do wrong,: as
the stepping stone to all his misery. If
you' nave the moral- courage, you will
never car to. be -called a -eowarcU is - he
who-'disobeys his mother from fear of
" ' P-i-'r '.mi.'.:;: rr:r-.'--?.-. -.i.
J 'Acts or XxoVsl-Tne child whose good
offices" ere "awajs ready. 'when they are
Vapted--to run 'up' stairs or dowp--to
get .'chips or rock the cradle1, or to run
on an errand' and '" right back '!'-- and
all with a cheerful look and pleasant tern-.
per, has a reward along with such good
deeds.. . A. little girl can get her grand
father's slippers, or put' away his book,
or gently comb his thin locks and wheth
er she thinks "of it or hot", : these little
kindnesses 'are the sunbeams that light-
on up a dark ahdw'pf ul world. '
ssSsv"." Do you like novels ? said a city
girl to her Buckeye beau. , . - , .
" I don'rt:now," said he, " for I never
eat any, but I'm some on young possom.''
. : . IFrom the Yankee Privateer. f 1
ll','uA--.cQvsmr 0P A. GAL
!'.By jingot.ifl don't think Betsy J)a
yis 'are .some kin to a yeller bir;d,! fbi
she's about' the .snuggest little baggage
""at ever gin "-corn 'to. a lion t Dijat' it!
how 'oderiferous she does . look (iBeek
er'n a'lain." She got" 'me' fowler 'nor-it
pickelctl "'rooster, an-'' J expect II shall
hive tri take a reef in the tale pf my
cote' putty quick, for . .J'ni ; .engaged.vi-i.
Ever since she slapped me iujhe barrel
of brine, an I got my ' clozes, ett off me
I've biu sorter feared on her an thinks
I, I'll never shin up to that critor again
but I did ! ; ' .. j
? I hilt back puty tlte, 'till one inite"T
seed a ' 'cadeuiy boy a "making" turky trax
in the direction of old. Mrs. ; Davis' house1
an) he had oh grasshopper boots. . When
I seed that in course I couldn't stan't it
didu't shoot hum an't git ou my satti-,
et '"'tr'6wsers(vickelr,B" four' ' taps bif'a'
oodpeckcr's bill. " .Then I , had dn-' W
woodpeckers bill. Then A had on
shurt-i-with .'f'ufflesj'-an, a, pair "of Spurs
what U nele AJen had fetched from' Mex-t
ico, .an' boots.' , I . didu'tT' have ; much
whisserS to be sure, not more'n 5 or 10
but I had my" hair" chuck 'full-, "of goos'
gre'ese.-ah I: looked "iLs't 1 Ik a a Krwl a
?elt,iflidd!fix,:pertV too aiirthe' way I did
lecn for Betsey's wcro delicious. When
I got 'up' to' the fence," ah" unmerciful dog
come akitin' at me, an' if I.-'hadnTi lia7
gdt'on the gatepost pretty mill-dain quick
he'd "ave "bit a bcef-stak out d',my"le'g,
shure'a a Injlu."; '. ." ' '; ' ' ; ,"! : .r;j
Git'oiit ! you 'bomnible ciis, sez I, an'
lie run into a barrel, an' hollered. . An
onder the impulse of the moment, I shot
-in the house. , The"bld woman an' Bet
sy 'were there. . I tho't they were gwine
to bed,' for I seed Betsy's nightgown.' An!
nightcap a uangin on a cheari back, n
their old torn cat cum aad smelt of m
boots, he tho't they was meat. Bat
didn't see no' cademy boy around, an I
telt uncommon suck. - A he old lady look
ed dreadful wild at me, an' sed " How
are the; babies ?" an' - groaned, shockiu'
aud -Betsy turned redder'n ia roosters
fills.'.' That, made" me kinder fancy,". bo
upa au' sets on .tho .cheer where Bet-
c, .1 ' j ,, , rrl, f iwitvn nrAt-n o hftnrvin'.
were a hangm and
went to whistlin.' . Sez the old
"Do you know the news t"
Sez I" Old MrA Fairbands "? house
got afire last Bite, an' she's monstrous fat
an', she run out doors with nothin'on her
but. at but a nightgown,, t.ana -:sbe
fetched up amongst a flock of goose. an'
ttiey went at ner, tne geese aia, an' peck
ed her. like the d-" 1' . '. . , '. ". i -t
'.Likewhat ?'! ; .; ....
Like a little eat with the creeps,
sez I, mitey perlite. '. -.... - '. - .
Sea the old . woman -Grate laws of
massy! poor oreeter. reckon she.s knit
her last pair nv socks. Oh ! me,"- an
she shut he'r eyes up,- -I swap't a
buss along ov Betsy,., . Thunder how it
cracked ! an' the old woman hollered
. " Mercy me !. the cats a lappin'-the
niilk, 0 Shew I skat f you varmint," on'
she flung her" shoe towards the kubbardV
Betsy lafiediand snickered, ' an? 'struck
her .;. little "'hand out ' an', pinched my
trowsefs, and then sez she ". " ' ft 10
1 " What does that' 'ere truck "cost yoa
a yard r' ' . " . ;
f: Sez I, sorter soft" Git 'out l' and
stuck my t'oUnge out.'.''. '
' Sez the old woman" Id's ' monstrous
nice goods," an' she put on her speeks an'
commenced to look, .like a skeart coals
does over a white fence. A didn't like
such doings ;as them 'ere, so sez I 'to
change the gad '!-"-'4 '
'"That cat's a howlin, jTi-raps she's
OhOkey. -: "liu'K'-j ; y.t.i g
" No sheain't," says JJetsy;1 an'. she
nodded her little- drab-colored head like
no ov these limpy bobberlinks;''-; Jest
then i wanted to blow my nose, and in
pn41in Out my handkershief,'jislap1 come
a chunk candy-out On the floor1, what
A d brot -tw iietsy, but A stuck out any
foe alt fired: ajtiickraB'ikivered it over
soitheyliwouieis'ijaee-ity Jut lord how
my knees knocked 1 Then Betsy went
down sellar Arter some nutcakes. an' I
jistj" piled ,.thoJ licks at th.es ptd yomau
tilt sT,ii wovA ,i 1 f niio. aiH,nfft,J . ttn
V... TT . . T. BU.U VJ I -Q V. V . V. , , ' -
Frehcli an'A leetle Hottentot. Tell;yoo
she' tho't I were' a synagogue( j(or ',.sartany
nn Ktr 't1.Arf.iiTiAl'"R.tatr Imrt' A.im ' IjaaIt
she q most got the hdopin. cbft. . ;
' Asctcey she sot down ia. a chear.,as
stalely an as stiff as ayyounghvekyry,
one sorter giu: iierr,cneejt a uiteuj lueu
I gin mine a" hitch au' a half," just like
wmdm ; carpet rags: then cilcnce cum
on like a lame hoos to his" fodder. Sez
Betsy" Do let me be,. . ": ;
" Sez 'T,"". I "ain't a'tucben'ye'.) " .
Sez she, ".Ain't you going too ?" .'
Lord I" sez I to myself. ain't that
nice. . ....... ,., -.-, -.
'; ' So I told the old lady to lookVup the
chimney, for I smelt fire." 'When Bhe
did look by gosh I. what'a smack" that
gall got, an' my chear tilted, au'' I hap
pened to look down to'ards the floor to
ketch myself like from falling - when
hush ! -I were struck plum in .a heap.
If there wan't'a hole in my'.trowsers, an
a great piece of ' a shirt a hanging out
like a play. Be darn'cd ! if I didn't drap
my band quicker, an then took t'other
hand an, sorter shoves it in,' like a cat a
creepin into . pice. 01 stove , pipe.
Samp"'ah' Molassvis. I but wer.o"mightily.
Sneered, -an tno swet arapt .on, 0 me ior.
Betsy Was' kinder shyin' 'her J)eye,"an'i a
smggcrin, awiul when X were a tuckin oi
the shut in, it mado mo leel like A- were
a se tt en' on a pin,. The old woman won
dered "what pon earth ailed' her 'darter,
when Betsy up an, wooped like a stunned
dog.' , I swan to man if I oould bear that f
sq I hopped up like a bed wrench, : an'
sez I ' :-..' - - ---'.'T if.-.. Lx.-...-?jt " .
"I guess I'll go now, , foe there's an
old cow out doors a hollorin for , me.
Good nite," ,f l-,-.: xvz:- - I I -r. i
Good nite,". 43ez Betsy a giglin' an' I
dodged out -.of .that door quicker than a
swaller bird can- dodge a stone, an thea I
Iisaonod to the winder to hear, what, they'd
say." Pootty soon the old, woman sez.-,
" Aietsy, what is you snickeriiv at j"
'Nothin'," sez Betsy.
TtWhy don't you Wtbp, then ' j A
H-' "Cadse f cah't''-se?j Betsy.' j
'i'rnerr'wfeV don't ":0tfsTii " 'oTiaTf Tnr
fniiutx ! iiitr tt'-Ti Jw.yr j sjjrtj
: "He Hie r sez Betsy ,f,v Ned Aidro has
ktiered off" tkjt'nightgowii,"'knIfeait.i"c.v-!
- I 'ye secri little',' bobtailed"' dogs fiafpre.
now rtitt'like chain" lightning, with apiece
of stove' pipe.'tied' fast1 ttf.'the.'stumir of
ueir erenie epd, but Jehuyph'orter ifee
me leave Betsy Daviss house: -Tha way
I tilted over the" fenc''.a'n" things would,
have skeered the telegraph'. 'But I kept
that iere riigbtgown.V'By darn-i' ital the
greatest "curiosity; this'"'side"of-?Japah.
I never Went to sea -butjT'fwtent to see
thatj gal the ,'a gobd mess &f times arter
that.'ai Iarnt yhe difference 'tween-cottrl
in," an' hookiti a gal's' W
warnt, it Comiktl I ''y.
AIT llf CEDENT -OF THE 'BEYOLTJ
. . : ,
iUTue 'want ''of provbionsin thV ciifp oj
-BnrgoTrnelMVrreTltfbs ' toc fau'bantiiri
Burgoyne, just prevbiis ' to" his'bapturi
by- the Americans, legan tcf be- severely
1 . . , . a -m . . .
leit tne American" had seisedbeir last
supply,, which some boats contained.; tll
resort to- the country lying round, where
tory mends were to beJTound was to tall v
cut off: "" Theperseciitihg Americans had
fenced them in aa with' a wAll I f--Bm--l
geaUoe, whieh could not be passed ; famine
Jiaxl. coiipjircnced jts;..unnervipgi pqwer,
sickness was multiplied among :tlie sol
diery, fever at.tendpd Jwilhit's deleriiihis,
raved from couch td cou6hi'i Watep,-,w--ter
was the incessant orfy.1 -Aad altliough
the Iladson . on one side of the, amp
ponr.ed along its silent watew,.. and." e
rapid stream of Fish Creek roareJ jiweei
ly in the ears 'of the sick and depporiditig
forces',;-yt it was impossible to snatch a
drop from, those dreadfully-guarded wa
ters: ;a; hundred- bullets : were sure ,to
, pierce whoever made the attempt,. soon
as they stooped to touch the silver cur
cent?'"' But such were the cries for Watery
by- the sick and dying; that" their" women,
moved by pity, were -ma.de 'superior ; to
the dreadful crisis, -(imagining ..that the
Americans f would not, 'from, feeling of
f allantry, shoot a, female, ) "snatched
astily their pails, and ran to the shores'
to try what the event 'might be. u Their
opinion of the enemy, a it proved, with
respect; to their persons, was correctly
formed, but their pails were doomed to
a harder fate, for while ,they cburd not
find iHii their hearts to' spilrthe .blood
-of defenceless1 females,"' they'were sure
to riddle their pails h& they ; hung' from
their hands, o that little 'iTr 'no water
could bo produced. "' .-! l- --".ii.
-: - In this dilemma, a fafithful wife, who
had left her ' native -country' for1 ' love. ,of
her husband, who was' One of 'IhW unfor
tunate Hessians sold 'fly his -goverament
to the King f England at a certain sum
a head,' to fight in a'cawso- the -merits bf
' whieh he knew Nothing ; his Vromapr as
she moved from cduoh to -coueh1 listen
ing' to the moans 6T the ict-'fdiT" water,
suddenly resolved :- rI;JwiH try1, perhaps
Ilnay succeed to bifv"g.-A littlei i Her
husband tried? to -dissuade he'but she
persisted, her sympathies' were-'fetrong
for as ft kind and joomfotLn Angel she
made it her business to hoVer-'rrer the
diseased And wounded Nf bef' tWUn try-
men, "(the Hessians) all - the " while4 she
the -' advent arouB path that led ; to , the
dreaded' shore.-"1 herKhusTt)ailTl'f311bwed
close as far as he dare already 6he nldod
at the brink in lull view vr tae" guns on
the other 'side fbr-" iftronieBt"inie-Mt
Ait imploring -glance that way'AiSd taeb
to heaven forprotectiob tier right hand
had dashed the vessel Ieep,into; the wa
fers ; a struggle 10 oiear weiwn aaure,
and reach the deeply -shaded bank,! mark
ed her agitated demeanor' when a' ball,
aimed at her' j?ail;,'i.triki, aa-r'riie had:
Btooped'irver the;veBseI too! -low,, her
angel- ibosoiir--M,he1blo:od"' spouted 'arid1
dyed the" 'ground before her iqtirveVing-
frame-Tell crimsoneOv in rae gore oti ater
faithful heart. ' Her Jhu'sband,; who had
waited bAt A ihort distance for- her, re-f
ttrBf hAd ' not' '"m0Tedrhis "teoflBtaht eye
from his alI ;:of earthwhild ritbin ' his
soul vibrated between the vast extremes
of hope And- despair, het Acre'eeh strnek
Kia'Aat.-Jii. kAliWfl IVATiiff- nliAarArl riirn
fhat'th'e Hshafl Uf'tfcafh had' cleft her
heart: "asunder. ' She had 'but -touched
the ground whereshe fell; when his arms
enclosed 'ber.'tiyeQ 'in sponting blood
from her ibosbmr-frantio -with-'grief, he
dreaded not: the flash of the deadly rjflex
but bore her to the : camp, struggling in
the bangs - of dissolution. -while: ho im
pressed on her fading forehead the last
kiss of fervent affection; ?a -i : -"
The grief : Df this man was respected.'
not a gun moveiits trigger, huShed.wefe
the., volleys ofthe sympathizing,. yet
brave Yer-montdrs;.i" her -.pail,, .and not
her person hacLbeen the aim of the dis
tressed, marksman, the greeu -mountainH
' 1 ' A S'hiftY joDGE.A'short time sinee
thev had a queer case for A Circuit J udge
in tho Western-pistrict of Tennessee.
He was a good lawyer, but cared nothing
for appearance,'' and less fbr dicei. 4 .The
latter he kneW iiblllmg abdut; itheing
left entirely td Betty, his wife; His Bet
tys was absent from faom'0; fmee'when' he
started "'around on the 'eifbuitj leaving
the Judge to fack his cloths ifotftlfe trip.-He-did
so but instead of finding his siiirts,
he seized on tt pile bf bis wife's what's.d
you-call-enrs, used' for a like purpose. -A
learned brother who roomed, with him)
was much' amused a few mprniiigs after,
wards, at the trueer appearance0 of the
Judge, nothing being' in sight .but' his.;
head, Arms'And feet, his lookB of bewil
derment and his' sotto Voice reflections, '
which ' were.', I wonder what'on earth
made Betty cut off my' sleeves." ;f. can't
see." : It' is probable that he Heard the
reason the next time he saw-Betty', but
!.; jt. TJ.'.t '?X ii". '!
uun upiuro,-aa ixie) xjar jiejjn u;irii xiu luo
CkTV tl,.: t.a1 'a 1 i .
tuauQi ihumuii buiM uuua
n t- i.iMi-.' til':;
JC3T Halloa :Ponrp, what are' you
doin i jdare T" 1 Fishin., 1 And ;hat
you got in your mouf? Oh nbglB, but
some worms lor bait ! '
va Jf&;VKE$Zt ai t. -:
.i.rta atreltJoPty p'h Al?ino rVifntight
: ya .T.bawarrior,bnttiTrorti
- And'it shs:! Vatter towersto duit
:-fl !43ialilaegUna-ge i Wnrion 6tl'' .
J .'LHow ca.8tDn4aryaLlit dulitHe Press
J .,e .TTh8;ulwr'nfli-!1tSf th
paxxauium oj4 jioerjjjBotjc. aUjjiv cer
tainly 'deserve these, titjesl .But the
beta thng,adn6o"6fteli,' abused, and
the J'roAs'is-prtPerteel frm glori
oas jobjeota'to beooiua tJjeBinaa of mp
lice and; the dissimipatOT a9hcHd.
.Political opp'psition2 engender .personal
ennVify and resentment leads to the base
es6tt'ef'ATlithnyi as'been justly
said that 4j-who aspires to a public 01-
fieetmast I3n (lot r A'fief f or'JSit. terY
ghtgdwn. ; NowwbdWWBUWef ffial wmadmit of een-
conduct has been so unexceptionable aa
cf di"saj)p6inl this array misrepretenta- '
tHoaBw sKii(3r Are efnpldydd m its stead.
The Orii'mars in firms brCriifM )rum&n na-
of ridicule his. 0 Ipse t And, .fires.de aiw
invaded," and bis private feelinga tortur
ed by-theACurrility "bf LiViipponents.
ThJ380lToct do not Arise' front the li'fai-'
erty ,of the Press, but from its-licentiousness;
t is a serious evil, .Actdihat mai
who couM devise a remedy, would be
truiy'a''behelliotor'ld:hIs "couniry. - The'
virtueij'ef a saint' and tlfa 'talent's of an.
angely enno8ra'a;rjfW frn:calum
nv : the best of .-our coiintrvioettji. Wash-
innumerable, have suffered by yile aniT
'oowardly 'detraction.'' The effect of this
Utriverstai'BTOre iS'tomaie'many good
And able-men stand aloof C-ohV" political
contests and, withhold their-jtaleAts that
mightr otherwise be beneficial to' the
community; it renders, some men in of
fice'obdurate 'aiid almost indifferent to
public onibnv and thus-orie -f the best
.effects of, the Preas,-Jts-istraiiiteu'"pub-;
Jio ofiicer(s, is destroyed-g .TJ.?iood act
ors' pf the PressBhould be menof liberal
principles and strict entegrlty,"fi'rm in a
good ?ause,: and unwilling to '"undertake
aliad-meiJiieh'men-'are 'Areat credit"
and adrat tage, .-to.-:thetf -c,mliryi But
when so mucTi. prejudice; auipAsgion are
visible, such injustice apdnjlecepcy, we
cannot but regret ''that persons,' so unfit
for the business are placed at-"the head
of the chief organ of communication with
the publiot s Bes$div the mischief they
occasion at home, they lower us. in the eg
timation tef ether BationB.fi :,'-i JL
-.InconelusioDf letme'aayj'that Prtntj'
era have an honorable employment, and
one that tho hrst men nave hljed; an 00-.
to themselves in kanrrBuilArhe path,
to honor And' enlneBcorvIdriH''Erskine
was aJlririverJ.I'Fajnkj3'M. Print
er!. 'iJerangert.the greati;epoh: Poet, .
was a Printer ! ThiersthegreatTrench
Historiahl was Prmler-f riner
hfive btjebihe our State GwWri; they
takeeata aiwnottF-SeaatoiraJiind as
lejLniEdioraJ havwielde penB that
ohtrol we destinies ot aWWRA , '
- ' 1 TrabrillUnttar
Were etrishsa rea the domeof night,
APrintjj Praas,ifplanteAlbera. .
Wbnl MI tbe- vac omn1 tor a hair, -
Ann-ar..kav'.a beUer ligbtl" .
And, with, thi high . estimate of the
powei' 6f hiS gWi.Ar-an a-Editor pro-"
eeedsr -ItlsthiAmiBioiSid ?iTuminato
the worLdaajidnshe gbitfortiPwitii a
high faith and a dauntjess spfr itoo Now,
tjocpociudejwithjhej sonjgj ejj Jroet,
re'spec'tTng , " " " ....
ttj -eitH..-l Srilr"''f,5BeJ "w
,1X1 jio lta-Wa MttataianVnri
L1i!5i" - fl
juke dew-drop over the land i. ir-'
And sootheavd pesca t wake to atrtra.'
As with a talismanic wand-M
YvtgIenionaii'ijlileved have been
-" TI. m. hrMft anil f.rlM. rfc" - - -
1 ,'teuts eaMh'ssrnsbed eaies how aad when?
For thsrr wrongs to seek rxsrsas
, .yjRich aeaiireBomaaiaea:af msatic Ion
n Moirr the nationi hath it spread?.
gjiaSndaoaik of JKteswssaJsd-olareA. -
. To the millions onen made. -
...Then holrjjysTt aasbktalaAsnaaaT"
with ltsbunderbolU tojitar
-, -pa the l)iwarkqf.aTsiiaktaoal
And oppression every wbersV -a
iTMl arssalAMlyfranteraiBa;3,T '
. And tallowed offerings bring, , l ,
TlKiteverlastingaaaa;. . ; ; I
'i. AB: fofr KtKV t Trrjiclt- MorrBEit ? '
Come, my little boy j : and yeay little'
girl Tftfit: answer. can yep-gtye me to'
this question ? "Who wag it that watch-'
ed over you when 'you 'was a "helpless-'
baby ? ,Whof nursed1 and' ; fondled you,
and never grew weary in her leve' T Who
kept ybu.' from the, tipldby ;Bigfat,v aad'
the heat by day ? .: Who guarded jrou in
health,-"and. comforted "you; when you -wereilf
? !" Who'' w'aslt'that "wept, when
the.fever made your skin feeV 'hot, and
y oUtj pulse beat quick aad hard ? - Who '
hung ever ypur little bed wbea ytiu were
fietfuT'.and put the cooling drink to vour
'parched J'lips' 'Whir" sang the pretty
nymu w pieaseyou lis you lay, or Knelt -dawn
by thesde of thehed in 'prayer?:
Whvi'was glad, when.:' you- began t get
ell, and who carried" you, into Aha fresh
air-, to "help your; recovery. ? , pWho tft'igh t
you how to -pTtiyl'hxxd 'gently helped you :
to leara to read f rWho ha's'b6tSs with
your faults! Jiud been .kind a:'.i fstic-nt
with, .your- childish (Wayaf... jfv liipi loves
ybu' Still,' and contrives, aii. worke,' and
prayS for yo every day !y dui live T ' ' Is it
not your- motherj yoniWri aaV"?ri6ther?
Now, theny: let- me', ask -youfAre you:
kind to your mother l7tj y, j.:i
There are . ma-nv roara in n-kiiT r-Uit '
aren snow wnetuer they are kind or not.'
Do 'JOU ialwAys"'ebey 'her,"aiii "try to
ploascier?'-I,7faa Bhe'dpefiks'aVe you
reay, to Attend ia h'ei3,TxiiT!?rifibyou
gebTl.lat.Blie.vfiaha4 yotl todoT Do
you love' to make her heart Jeel; glad ?
fcCtosfi'PAfefe-ieva fliclfaija, is
the only town 'on the O ai o titer wltcro a
case, off; cholera ;;b a-freter; 'c04Uirred.
There is,nor AwelJ sM,:! placexta The :
inhabitants use ci sterp winter Jtligjjgtherj
rWHirVotffiD-TrjiVi? Wi'tr ! "
A'aiagTiiflceatccathedral is'bijult '5eing'
erected ro Washington -by" thO"-'Metho-'
dist8. :r)It is to be ojneOrfJ e m.6fetstly'
and elegtfntly ' finished church edifices ea
..--J-..-t. .' . ..-. I T-.r.- - "
' the continent. .- .'
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