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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1850.
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II RKAMAN, Vt",u nuMWicr
UKO A Tl'TTI.K.l'rintcr
ll.ll.4N Vl'M t UAIU
llt. I .111 11. .Jl.ttf,
(lit I K f I'l.tO
JWttrt OTi -II e
ii-tj '' ;!f 'St ;
H H4ltf I', lift..
'r in mi ui.i'
tiik wayhiim: w
0 tm !'; .td a tit,
Wmiwd !m iU row,,
ltr, tfUjM wild tvbthing i-ll,
W rtij tut I Irjioici.
H V I rU.mt fmh tnd j-irrn,
IV r Oil bonier rti.wt,
lUr I u i jr Utrrlfcr mii,
t Jim (, Ur ir.
1 tiJt lli lTrr on Hi twr.l,
I nvt II. U pfr luil.tT,
t in n fiitl'-nun oi loiJ
) imiu hi (f d la hou tV-f
f fi-jm nicliin ii rmn
Unf muriiuiird ltr,ing,
1 1 . imj in th) lulu
U- III CIICI.IDi,
I ll.r gtrr (in j frr 'timI,
I lr i dauliltr,
M.rn III- ,inl Itmo Unili
Tt tlij licli.Uinj ilr.
hrn tlif lrti Utl llrr ll,
li utftncu'rr Ihf tiiritor,. -
I tlull fill the ilniiricd Ulr,
f II (he riuuljlc tlitdow '
U iu! lair lliT ci) ilil cup;
iluip arriim In jwl llitr,
Si lliiiif .uinmrf. foxy li
Hall, no ponrn lo OpI tlirp.
( ;'r ln Itf led, ,id front unircli,
In t ljr rtrrlrl lnjf,
On l.tr in .illrr liin li
'i fofrst ldv.
7 i jU W.r hUf of i:o
i Dim lo lnd hrr ;
JJ,ti ii Miin Ihy dppih. tm i;r,
lit' wd in iiiclld pplcndor.
I! onirmn Hpriug ' frrrr own
1 I. '.tiltl-rd li.j- kUlinii, .
it la llniilT li ilmin
Hdniif mild dGimliun.
.Ntitt mnn Ilit- nl or fro;,
IVlllr tlirovin in malirr,
Mjd or itlic rrd lrvr., lo clog
Or litfdc thy clialicc -,
llntpii lr ttill wilhin llir krn,
1iiu)li tin- vt-il limn nrinril,
(J i.i,itin2 rl'ipl, with inrii,
W l.i n Uir bought arc btrr.l 1
TIIK HUPK DB GUKKHK.
ix rris '-nr. in tiik lifk or muiiat.
Wi de Italy was in possession of the
rrci.cii a muttnv broke out m ono of
'A regiments stationed at Livourne.
Altai V.'t U'l.ftn li. li.i.l r.1 I .lnlH.
'-''i iii.im: nil u.ainpiu ui 1110 01
.Murat soon arrived at Livourne, and , c
rcti me seu nous roL'imeni to na .
in the Jihcc ; he then told the
M.ll.U 11. Ok 1. -S I. .1 1 - 1 . .1
t; the Kmpcror to punisli them for
tl'ir misconduct, and that ho would
hie every tenth man in the regiment
Tho force of his
nge, coupled with the authority
his name, caused the men to
sit at once. Thev became greatly
rt,iil, threw themselves on
lf.ces l.cforo him, and jtrayed for mer
er: hut he Was inflexible He order
di.i. . ... ..
n me regiment to lie cotilincit in the
Ol&rlcl until tho day appointed for the
....... i ivi., iiiu Oo.u,t,3 1
. . .1 1 .
s .. v.uiiui.ui j muui, j
weewnjj mm to interccue mr uiem ,
i'.a the hmi-eror. 1 hey seemed so
Cwtcnt, that at last Murat sent them
crd that if thoy would select three
tr. to ho shot, he would pardon the
it. The victims were soon designa
H; and their exccittion was appoint
' 2 f r the nest morning. In the mean
the rest of the men remained
tl tc j tisoncrs. In the middle of the
.t, the three soldiers, who were to
' " tke next morniiiir. wcro sent for by .
lurat. hen thov came, he said to
MM 1 " 1 ' 1 ' 1
'Vou will be shot to-morrow
I liopc ,
jcu mil endeavor, by dying bravely,
'jrcmoie the stain from vour names,
j , , , , ,
' promise to convey your last wish-
t U mr parents. Havcyou thought
1 iHir mothers 1 Tell
me . t'-bs
jkAeJ their, utterance.)
been proud of vou
Sed jt the Inula fiefd :
if you had
i ! uul
uuaappy iBcn :-
-go : a win semi
J fjncht to offer you the censohv
MofrcHgion. Think of God and
rrvrff vou ara no lonrer of this
.. .... e-
2-re soldiers threw themselves at his
- - I
t, not to ask for their live?, but for j
,suuuu irviyjs; UK) uieu.
At they were going out,
'Utcn,' tAidho, 'if I give you
liYt-s, will you be henett men :'
'No, nc wint to die,' auswercd one
f tl.t toldiera 4wc deserve death
k " b ihot."
'I.ut if I do not wish you to die,
" you itill uv to ? I have Jievcr
blood but on the field of battle.
-re never ordered mv own
U ?ist at, ami I do not
l . , . , . wneb.
Lr? .ii Lille.l. for TOO &TC r rCUCIl-
. " - - ... ,
.w. uil ty oroincn, auuouiin
111 hi JIJjK'VLI)
1 4LLc to nc continued Murat
.viiiw. a grca.
imiucti a great crime,
:m so j-emtcnt, I will
a. qi must, bower-
ed dead, especially by
! oai its tou iccm
i Pparc your lives
I cr, be contHlcred dead, especially by
your own regiment Tomorrow, bu
rro ''orc ,,a.v )'ou w conducted to one
of the gates of the townthere vou
,'-u!ill he shot at hv a file of men: vou
"V51 Ia" as i ueac; your regiment
will then ti.iM In- A. , il.,.
--j . a owl .l .Ml;
last file has turned into the cross street
'a man whom I have bribed will place
jyoumacart and carry you to the
I country ; there you will find tome
sailor a clothes and 1000 francs for
each cf you. You must secrete your
selves bomeu here for three day; in
that time, an American vessel will be
ready to wiil for New Orleans ; you
must go in her. 1 hope you will bc
come honest men. (So! ' 1 will take
care of your families.'
Ilie soldiers hathed his fret with
their tears, and declared lie should be
.satisfied with them,
Kvcrylhing ha: nci 1 as Mural had
foretold. A severe example wus giv
en to the regiment, and Naj.olcon
thanked Murat for having sacrificed
omy iiircc men. jno j-.mperor was
happily deceived, and never become
cognizant of the ruse played off upon
him. Mural's iilan was' known only
il - ris "
iy a lew ot lus tricnili", and was
rctcmcn un aner las ucatn.
In the fall of '81, ayoung man, who
was Hunting near iNcw Orleans,
overtaken iy a tliunJer stJim
i,w,b r,.r., ; n.:..i . ..r .1... r.-
, - " M".4' J,tt 1 . "" iipproaching contest Hint tl.o com
est, and noon perceiv ed a smal cottage lniHldw M.Ml inductions to the Amerienn
in a little 'clearing, at a short distance. commander, suinnioning him to rurrend
He approached it and knocked at the,eriit discretion. Did gentlemen re
door. It was opened by an old wo-1 member the answer that was returned to
man, who invited him to enter, and led 1 this summons ? They ought to do so.
him into a small but neat hall, the walls 1
hicli wcro decorated with bortraits
of Napoleon, (surrounded by laurel
branches.) and numcious engravings
of his principal battles.
'It seems,' said the young hunter,"
'that my good star has conducted me
to the house of a eomr atriot.'
'Ve?, sir,' rcpliod the old lady, 'wc
are French people. My son is in the
garden ; I will call him,' she contin
ued. 'Your son is French also V
Yes, sir,' replied the old lady hesi
tatingly ; Mic has been established here
for a long time, and thanks be to God
ho has not repented it. That young
woman is his wife. Wc live respected
The master of the house now enter-
This gentleman,' said his mother,
'has done us the honor to stop tor a
little while under our roof until the rain
is over ; he is ono of us, a French
man.' The father mido him the military
i,,: .i ,..ni,m.i t.;m ll'e
mc(l si hrh. struck wilh hifl fi
ure, and was so much moved that he
f.nlil nnl sneril.-. Tlnwpver. nt letifth.
t... e,A,,.,n, oil r,n,
'Sir, you will, peihaps, consider my
nuestion imtiert'ment, but 1 am obliged
. ,.i r....,.'
i.My 'friend,' interrupted the voting
ftutitsman, 'that is the only question,
cx j cannot a5Wpr. 1 couhl cast-
, dcceivc you ,,Wuv. a fHisc nam0
. r mcc' t0 be 8iont However,
although I refuse to give my own, can
I ask your name ':'
The farmer bighed, but did not an
'It seems,' said the young man,
that you are obliged to be silent al
so.' 'Yes. sir, the name I bear is not my
. -ii . 1
own ; tint what goou win 1; uo you 10
Hill" " '
Here I nm called Claude
'At all events,' said his mother, 'it
.......s.-nr.. fnr the vniinit eentle.
ID liv ,s. vs.iM j .w. - ,7 n
man to imagine that my son has ills-
.1 1 . ......... 1 1 1 ii ... . ... inn.nr.s
graced ins iiaiuu , uiv.v. mv w.viu
' . 3c0with me.' said the hunter:
,j io not jj,!, (o tc mv nMM OXCOj t
to ifC vj,0 jcfCrve to" know H but
as 1 believe you are worthy people, I
will tell vou." I am Achillc Mtnat, the
ton of the King of Naples.'
Claude Gcraid and his mother fell
on their knees and wept. The Prince
seeing them weep, knew not what t0(
think of it. s. lauife, as soon as Jie
ii i. .i .,i .i. nr:.. n ,.
CQU1U Sf-Cak, MlUtli'U IIIU . 4 IIJW. U I'V.
lra-)t 0f thc King of Naples, and cri -
,c(0i(i this, my bcneficlor and the i
mi!rdi.m saint of "this farm your glo-1
rious father : I owo nil to Jam he
saved mv life.'
On 'the field of battle?'
'No,' replied Claude Gerard, 'I was
I. - I ....!. rr- .r ..tle.
coimciuueu 10 uciuu. ."iuiuhi.-
as mvtelf were to be thot with me.
Wc were led out to the gate of Liiourtic
. r. 11 T. .... ...-
ire were tnoi ai wc icu. n wu-.s....
r -i i i .1.:, . ..:.. t.:-
t tamer wuo umuisvu ait nut , mm .
V ' - ,
i ... 1 Mw tan!
iuw" -'-v w "'"M"-
comrades died two rears ago in .cw
IS" 1 . W I L. .. . 1. & .' .. .MM.!,
lCTk. 1 I1IH swum, IIU ui. iiv
a c.rojetcTicc. Mv mother, who be
lieved her 55a dcatl. rccviud letter
from him calling her to America. The.
por womsj, nearly died with jor
recovering me. Now if the ton of my
royal benefactor wishes for mv lift
my goods or mv arm, thev arc "all at'
AGINCOUItT AM) UUKNA
Sir Ilt-nry Uulwcr draw the
ing parallel btiwccn two grent
saxun Mciorie :
'J'lio battle of Aeinrrmrt wai foiiclit on
the Wth dy of Octuber, on llie pliiim of'
1'icanly, in France. There wi.ro on j
Hun occasion llio hnglwli force, few in
numlii-r, fnligiitil by inarrliitia, mfccbli !
uy Mi-kire, nr.d
1 furrounded bv a went :
and piUun, army. ,0 cnfideii, of victory. (
that its cliul, proviou to pivintr the nig
. .1 1
iml lor lh onct, n-tit n liL-rulJ to the
KnglUh lcndiT to bargain fur hU ransuui.
That k'udur's answer li!i bten thus gi en;
" (iri loll jour inmti-r hrf I m,
" My riuiom itthn fril and wmthlra Inink;
" My armr.lul wcvk and tcktr cuard ,
" Hut (Jod lpforc ; tell f 1 1 lit c will comp on'
" Unt fjil before : Tell him w e will
come on " And on wait Kins Henry
mid Iim eiillmit baud; uml oil' wn:.
though not without it fight, the vmnning
rnetiiy. It was n great victory, and won
on St. CrifpinV day.
Will in 1847, win fought another bat
tle in a valley in Mexico ; and thi. time
tliu di'seeudents of thixe who had fniiulit
ijot'imd conquered four centuries previous,
were, ru their anecstots had been on the
occaiion nlltidcd to, few in numbers, en-
ns ! 1,:U'U )' sickness, and eiieoinpu.scd bj
,, I foe, who, like the 'eontldeiit nnd over
lie 1 1 - . 1.
""ty rrciicn, leu so sure ol micccr in
11 would live in their hiitury. If he (Sir
II. ISuIwer) remembered richtlv, it ran
thus: ' Ucad-imnrters, near liuenn
Vila, Feb. 2l'd. Sir In reply to your
note of this date', summoning me to sur
render mv forces at discretion. I hen-
leave to say 1 decline ncccdins to vour
request. 1 am sir, with the neatest re-1
fipect, your obedient servant, Zacharv
This was not poctrv, but il was stout I
and sterling old Anglo-Saxon prose : and
It wns b owed no in 1111 An In.Snsnn
mnnner. Again there was a great vie-' whl,ft llM rumor ot Ins sayings and quib
tory, not this time on the day of St. Cris-1 blt's SuU abroad every day, turns out in
pin, but on the birth day of Washington.
But did not the old battle of A;uicourt
resemble ihu modern battle of liuenn
Vistri? Mi "hi not Ibev who were tirnnil
of their fathers having Leen at one, bu I
ns proud that thev themselves had been
. m . - - I
at the other f lie said yes; and nianv 1 -"u' lulu,u "u puuisiimeni .
were the gentlemen who had slept quiet"- ' wnJt refusing to recant, in a caprice of the
ly in their bed- at Uiiltimore, rm the night PPlllar government, was condemned to
of the 22 of February, who would nt die, and sent to the prioii. Socrates tn
tlmt moment given half their fortunes to leredthe prison, aud took away all iyno
have passed it' by the side of the gallant n'om l,iu l''ee, which could not be a
veteran who was then nt the head of the ! I"11; wllill!l ho was there. C'alo bribed
American camp, nnd who now presides ' the jailor ; but Socrates would not go out
over American counsels. ''.v " cacln ry. " Whatever inconvenience
KARLY DAYS OF NAl'OLKON
Thiers, in his History of the Consulate
relates some very strange and previously
unknown particulars respecting the early
life and penury of Napoleon ltonapnrte.
It appears that after he had obtained a,
subnltciu' commission in the French ser-!
i vice, ami after he had done the state good '
service by his Fkill and daring at Toulon
he lived some time in l'aris in obicuic '
, lodgings, and in such extreme poverty
that he wis often without the means of
paying ten sous .Id for hi dinner, and
frequently went without any meal at nil.
He was tinder the necessity of borrow
ing small sums, nnd even worn-out clothes
from his acquaintances! lie mid his
brother Louis, afterwards King of Hol
land, had at one time only one coat be
tween them, so the brothers coild oIy
go out alternately turn ami turn about.
At this crisis the benefnclorof the futuro
I'mptior and conqueror "at wlioe name
the world grew pule," was the aeior Tal
ma, who cl'tcn gave him food and money.
Napoleon's face, afterwards to famed for
its classic mould, was, tlurin;: ihis. period
of starvation, harsh aud angular in its
( lineaments, with projecting cheek bones.
Ilia meagre fare brought on uu unpleas
ant aud unsightly cutaneous di-i a-e, of ft
type so virulint ami malignant, that it
took all the skill and assiduity of his ac
compli.hed physician, Corvisart, to expel
il after a duration of more than ten years.
1 b'i Hiualid besaer the, the splendid
, w e "
nuu.i men,... ine ..nper.a. n.an..e-...e
hov el and ihe palace, the meagre food
(,f a ,loor acu.r ,i,e homage and the ter-
uuu ine uuruious oainiuci, ine ineiiusoiii
r0r of the woild, and exile and a prison
...... I .....1 ..I
i,PUl II UIL ,4IU U jS 1IU Mil H 110 Wl III n
, changeable life.tuch the lights and thad-
" 01 ErcBl lUlo,ily
The Rritith Minister, Sir Henry Uul.
( wer, paid some fine compliments, lately
. in a diniitr.sjK.cch, ut Baltimore, to our
i great American statesmenjClay and Web.
" Where indeed, could he find -in old
Kngland n Senator und orator more
' clear aud consise in hi. logic, more copi-
r j ,ii; vi
t " 'v,s
. r.n. .nd m.l. s in lit llluuratlonfc. mrire
. . , , .. '
extcruiv e anu tiroiouitu in mi acquire-
1 menus ttian ine ellllor tiiu orator irem
yew Knclrmd ; the great Ulysses of dc-
bate, iLe wise the variously necomrdhh
, ' ... . . ' . . 1 ft.
t-d. thu alacM incomp&r&Lte Damcl
W'zviTtu ': And where, timtUtt lie
statcincn of his own countrv. for whom I
he point lo a ,
! "g tn M
nirioiJcally partial, where txiuld
eloquence, more mud and mod.
, , : i 1 ., , . ...
trnlcin hi. cuuiim-Is, llmu hr lro titul.il
fence wa the onlv drawback
pleasure of that entertainment '(
niOM KMrnsON s i.r.CTLiu: on tlato
i.n " i:n,iir.si;MAiivi:.Mi..s."
Socrates, n man of humble Flom, but
linn.i.t . . ,.-.l. . 1.1 .
.7 ' ... '
" lr "
.... ..tin..? iiii.-
rather than hit bioud
"ood nature and
cxtpiMle taste for a joke invited the Hil-
ly.w Inch was ? ure to be paid. J he tilnv-
I eis personated him on the ?lnge i the pot
I ter copied hi ugly fare 011 their Mono
ijiim He was a cool fellow, adding to
hi humor a perfect temper, and a know
ledge of his mini, bo ho who ho rniuhi '
who hu talked with, which laid the com- '
panion opert to certain defeat 111 any de-
bato and in debate ho immediately de-
lighted. The younj; iul-ii are prodiC'ious-
ly fond of him to their feast, whither he !
oes. lor coiiver.-ation. lie can drink, 1
to ; hits the Miongejl In ml in Athens, uml .
nnd iiftcr leaving the whole pnity under
the table, goes away, as if nothing had;
happened, to begin new dialogues with
somebody that in sober. 1 hurt ho wus
what our country-people call tin old one.
Iloellected a good many eili.endike
lastes, was monstrously fond of Athens,
hated tree, never willingly went beyond
the walls, knew the old characters, valued
the boors and 1'hilliMine?, thought every-1
ilijn in Athens a little better than any-'
tiling in any oilier p'ace. He whs plain
as a Ijuakcr in habit and speech, nllected '
low phrases, und illustiatioiis from eoek 1
and ipiailsoiippaus and sycamore spoons
grooms and farriers, and uiiamiablu olii-1
eec, especially if lie talked with any I
.supeiliue pertun. Ho had n Franklin-j
like widom. Thus lie showed one was'
uflaiJ 10 K 0,1 foot ,0
Olympia, that it I
"a" "onoro man nis aauy walk
than his daily
"uor. " continuously exienueu
Tll, ll,tri1 beaded humorist, whosi
""'go conceits, drollery, mid bonhoni
"iernu iiiu youil'' panriciaiis
me sequel. 10 nave a probity as tuviiiei-
bio as his logic, and to be cither insane 01
at least, under cover of this play, enthu
siastic in hia reli''ion. 'When accused be-
lolu the judges ot subverting tliu popular
eree, ,1; alhrms the immortality of the
I (1... J. . 1 1 ! .1
r - i" -
jtiiiee. i nose iiiings J near ni;o pipes
and diunis, whou sounds make me deaf
to everything vou kuv." The fame uf
this prison, ihc fame of the discourses
there, and the drinking of the hemlock
are ono of the most precious passages in
i the history of the world.
i Yes ! steamboats were grand, and all
, honors to Finch and Fulton, and to the
man who in anticipation of such things,
caused himself to he buried on a steep
slope of Luke Champlain shore, that he
f might ghostly look out and see them
when lliey came i but the railroad is a
grander thing. Over the Pontine mar-she1-,
thundering around the Vatican ;
across the Saharian denrts ; through
Ifnrtz forests ; past Lapland cabins and
Ciunjiichft wigwams ; rou ing the Hot
tentot mid Patagonian from a bc-tial le
thargy, the iron path, and iron steed, j
flaming of nostril and furious in speed, i
shall break the monotony of pat eterni- j
ly, it darkness and ugliness, and scatter
a new life ami light, to the iiltcrmou
bounds Of the earth. Who will say that
oceans may not be tunneled to give, the
iron fire-horsi! freer vent, that with loos
ened rein he may snort and plunge from
ltenii-phere to hemisphere like lightning,
or ik3 thought. 1 1 weie ea-icr in our
time, than lor ruiiuans to otuld the iir.-t
pyramids, or tho flatterer artist-genius to t
hew Alhos into a statue. It is already
. ,HiUd of a-a s mall bore lo tunnel ihe
. ,. .,
i.. .i... ..:n l.,. ..
, Ani, hiW(;n M wJrMtt.
CiJ , ,,,. 5ron . , ,.,,,1,.
. . ... . . .,.,. .i. ;,,.,..,,, ,i ,. r..
. ... ; t.i i ..".! ...... .....i i .
I 11.111s 10 -iuiii'j me iiic-ricco, iiu- nan-
I . ... ,. ,, .' , .
. mg will bent down Russian boundaries
and despolim, though Hungary lie de
feated, Ik.-I rayed mid bloody In the duti,
and Kos-uth wanders a stricken prophet
and hero, whose name can ncier die,
i ... .i 1. 1 h i i.. i
uunicu line a ii hi uvti-i iioioii un- fin
1 1 ...
net eating t elestiai ; Clear the track,
for the engine is coming that will tumble
down your pagodas, and end your humus
haruiu-senrum to nome locier, dtejier
down than Davy Jones' I And fly, you
tyrant!, assassins and thieves; you hitt
ers of light, law, und liberty, for tho ltd
tgraph U at your heels, goaded by the
which will lav vou on the block of
I in.,',.... m il .l, U.irl.,K..l,r
Fes Alivk. A fellow at a hotel un
town this morning defined funihve to b '
discovering a chicken m your eggi
the exnenenca of .Notor Willi th miirit I
f . i'i, ,, ... , . inaiion in 11 nigiiu anu uir.nmt. 1
of Ael.,1 kf t he n.l.t and fagu of Ken-, U ,iroll,tf Winter. h.M v.
tIK.l I.I. 1.1. .. .1.1.. II, r- I m - "
. .;:..' :'"" .' courses should be cheeked, nnd broudu
. .,,v,i, , 11 i.u 1 , . 1 "- t , in the rule and lin of
to the '
1UM.KS TOU KKADINO.
Ill tli. K.lf.rflnn i.f K.iVa t. l.t..li vrtt
! rca,l 1iu,ul, nipntnl r-1iilirtii i n...
....... t 1:1.. .1 . i
' .," i. ... v... i ' . 1 1.1
""".'i 1 iiiv-v Horner nuiAr, nintii
K;n ).. rnr ,, .,,,,
ytem. Hut read the
but of the old.
! and best ofllie m-w. the cream of both Morv ycMtrdny that it was lint known
with iw til do of the blue milk u. possible .on bond the boat that bet present ininie
and e en n you will be nblc to make ' Ml 1-tttl. ion. For a number of
Oiirele nciiiaitiled with only 11 slight
sprinkling of thu volumes which the teem
ing pre is pouring forth day by day:
and even m you will be like the plowboi
at tlw lmrvest homo feiu-t, who, when
ho had swallowed o munv Rood thinrn
that he had brought him.iulf lo n Mato of
surfeit, bur.'t into trnr, a the table
were cleared, nnd cried out, " There's all
that pudding left, and 1 can't eat any
more." And in doing all tlji , make
v ourselves the master, not thn slaves of
the books which you read, bringing all
their eotitents before thn
par of your
judgment, and the test of
nnd common seiiro, I have nlwnv.-
thought that a plorioon exclamation of an
eminent writer, in which he says, " 1 had
better never see a b tok, than to bu war-
pen uy it iiitriirtinn elean out of my own
mini, nnd make a satellite instead of a
All cannot be so nmbilious as to being
the authors and founders of a system, but
all should strive, in course of their read
ing to extract the honey and lenvo the
poison behind them.' Speech of llov.
J. A 3 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 at Lancaster.
HOW TO K ATTHACTIVK
It is a delicate secret, that of being at
traelivu and charming in company.
Some people think it reipiires beaiilv or
knowledge, or eloquence in tho speaker ;
it icqiiircA no such thing. It is true that
j beauty brings the hearers near, but it
I does not keep them. Some people think
j that it requires the speaker to be clever
, in herself, or agreeable, or iutcreliug ;
I instead of which il only requires that she
' should, with nice nnd delicate tart, so ad
dress herself to other, as to make them
! feel themselves clever, ni;reeub!c and in
teresting ; and that will please and grati
fy them infinitely more, than by display-
oil' the most bril lant or extiaordinarv
powers of he own. Hearts and Jfamcs.
Constancy is powerfully exhibited in
the nlTcctions, A lady fell in love with
a por.scn while he wns imprisoned on the
continent of Kuropc. She planned his
escape and was to accompany him to Ku
rope. Her efforts but partially succeed
ed j he escaped, but she was detained.
Kver wutchful for an oppoi (unity hho at
last accomplished her purpose, and cross
ed over to England, knowing but two
words of linglish, w hich she could pro
nounce Gilbert, thu name of her lover,
and Loudon, the name of the city in
which he lived. 15y using the latter she
reached the city, and finally, by wander
ing through the streets, repenting " Gil
bert, Gilbert,'' us she passed along to the
infinite mnaetnent of the mob, she t urn- (
en lino ine STreei m which no nveu, wnen
in; i kA.ii.ii.iiii vi in ii eiimu. .i in h i
. . ' . .
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were married ton-tancy mums up
character, and character is not capricious
if properly understood.
SOMETHING OF A ROMANCK
An incident occurred on board tliu
sknmhont Mayflower, last Saturday
night, which il strikes us, is worth tellinz.
Among the passengers down was Mr
Ilenjatnin Glaier, a man between CO
and 70 years of age, who reside, at
Whitehead, Nauta?ket, It was lute when
thu boat reached the wharf, and the storm
being very severe, Mr. Glazier thought
it would hardlv be safe to attempt to gi
home, and so he concluded to pass the
night on lmaid the boat. Among the
per.-oiis employed on board, is one whom
most of our readers know as the cook or
stewardess of the boat, but whose name,
until the occurrence we are about to re
late, has never been known lo any on
board, none having thu curiosity to in
quire, and all hands agreeing in calling
her invariably by the familiar appelatiou
I of ' Mother.' While at the supper table.
( some one having accosted Mr. Glazier
by name, ' .Mother ' began lo gaze at him
verv eiirne-llv. and then nroeceded lo
question him as to hi origin, his family
1 . . . . t . .. 1. I I.
t eotiiieciniiis, unu ru ioi in. iiuiihz laun
i . . , ... ., i . . i
ucii ner-eii iuiiv on uicse ano oineii
point" of hishisio'ry.she exclaimed ''You1
are my brother !' Tho old gentleman j
looked up in astonishment. " Don t you
, . . . . . - ,
know your tutcr .Martha .' slu inquir' d ;
I . . ..... . . . . , . .
he replied, ' I don't know you I know
I had for many a long yer, and am ig
norant what has become of her." He
then questioned her, and toon became
convinced a the tears streamed frtmi his
i . , , , , ., . . r .
oyrs, that she was indeed the sJ.lcr from
1 lie Iim! lier-li in Innv tprmrritcd. 1 hv
, .. - o i - j
' had not seen each other for forty-four
Il appear that their parent! moved
from thi State lo Vermont, wheu ihey
were quite young childrun. S'js.n after
ihu remuvul, he returned lo Mauchu
M-tU, and lived with his grandfather hi
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only an occasional tnii to hi parents.
He then went out into the world in quest
, of Li fortune hu father moved into
New York Stitte he himself in the
meantime, ha lived in thirteen different
Sute and though he occtiionjdly wrotn
home and made inquiries About tke va-
rious members of the family, yet, in om--eijnenes
of hU jx'rcritiatioii from pUr
to place, the If Hern mblred to him in
rt'turn, nrldom renrhtil hiilmnU. Atwut
'rn i ear. acr, lie came lo Whitehead,
and Inn re.idcil there ever mice. He 1
11 widower, and ha children, mine
them married, we Wlieve, nnd luiug 111
this vicinity. She i a widow, over 0(1
year of n;;ei aud it wa in nnvwrr to in
oulries which we nddrcnnd to her day
vearii imt,(hc has It veil as a dmne.tic in
llokton mid clfwhere, until but fall,
when hrt was elieuK'-d as slewartleM of
the stenmboRl. Her brother hn been
up mid down in ihc boat i-evornl timo
since 6ho has been cmnhivcd on board, 1
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0.11 i.iey never mppeueu 10 .
ili.ll .ltrl flwtt 1t.l tl(1 fll. (flt Tt rWlf'II
other. From 1800 until lu-t .Saturday,
they have known nothing of enchoilrer'
fate. Ilinyhau Juitr.
TIIK MAUltlACK HKLATION.
The ereut secret is, lo learn to bvir
w ith each other's feelings ; not to be blind
to them that is either an impossibility
or 11 folly j wo must see nnd feel thtin ; 1 varum, mlrer.se rircnmstuuccj it
if we do neither, they are not e.ils lo us, ronsimmtimi ha been left to the patriot
and there is obviously no need of for-. ,,,(! I"""1' "' 'i Uia comer
boiirancti but to throw the manllo f 1 Moue was hud on tbe 4th of duly lul,
infection round them, cotirenlinc llitnt 1
fiom each other's eyes' j lo determine not
to let them chill the affections ; lo resolve
cultivate good-tempered forhenrnnce, !
cause it is tho only way of mitigating '
3 present evil, always with n view to I
ultimate, amendment. Surely it is not
the perfection, but the imperfection of
human character that makes the strong
est claim in love. All thu world must
approve, even enemies must admirr the
good mid the estimablu in human nature.
If husband and wife estimate only that
in each which all must bo constrained In
value, what do they more llian others?
It is infirmities of character, imperfec
tions of nature, that call for the pitying
sympathy, ihu tender compassions that
makes each the comforter, (he monitor
of the other. Forbearance helps each to
attain command ovi r thcmelves. Few
are the creatures so utleilyevil as to
abu-e a generous confilencc, a calm for
bearance. Married persons should bu
pre-eminently friends, aud fidelity is the
greut privilege of friendship. Tho for
bearance heiu contended fur is not a
week and wicked indulgence of each
other's faults, but such n calm, lender ob
servance of thcrn us excludes all harsh-
i. ess and anger, and takes thu best mid i
gentlest methods of pointing them out in
the full confidence of affection.
Tit UK. Gen. Shields, in his speech
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j Ull (MIIIIISSIUII Vt WUIIiUI lll.t, illlfia CiU-
i queutly mid truly. I ie says :
i Sir, tho whole united South dure not
'venture to cany slaves to California.
for the purpose of establishing shivery
there. In Califoruiiii at this moment
there nro one hundred and fifty thou
sand men, not old men, women and child
ren, but young, active, daring, adventur
ous men, the flower of the youth of our
country, Mich ns nover settled a country
bufme. Hefore a year rolls lound Cali
fornia will number half a million of the
suuiu sort. If I searched this world for
i an army, 1 would turn; the men collected
t i . sii i.u t
''in I .allftit'lim. I li'll vnn. sir. I In. Sun II.
and tho Nuith and ihu w hole eountiy can-
nut force slavery on them. Napoleon
trampled down Kuroite with fewer rnen
and worse material. Sir, they are lay
ing the foundation of a great empire ; un
empire that at some, fuluii: day will car
ry your flag, your commerce, your arts
and your ariiii into Asia and through
China, Hindustan aud Persia, into west
ern Kuropc. Talk about carrying Slav
ery thcie, of imposing such a Wight Uon
that people, of withering their strength
aud paralyzing their energies by such
an institution ! No, sir; such u thing
t was never intended by God, and will nev
er be permitted by man.
CUTTI.Vf; OUT HF.lt UALiiHTKIt.
The Ki-teni Md. Suir, relateH tliu fol
lowing incident. It appears th-tt a young
liiiiu, who resided in L-iston u few years,
by the nnim! of F 1 and nfterwiirds
remim'd to the village of R , a few
mile" from (', lx:eam" enamoured
of a voung lady in the iieighWhood the
iluugliter of a widow C , lo wle m
he afd rwanls 1-aine engaged o 1' mar-
neil, hut Ironi un oppiMtiou on the iart ot
' the reircnts Ixith ot wlioin wer; ilierl liv
'ing or some other c.nis..', the cort'innation
i.f 11.... inl.1.1. i-fi... " if. .li.fi.rriMl
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'- hi.h.-ip ri..-i .n..i .. "a. -.",
when the wily mother sent the eonfiduc
and unsii-jH'eting daughter on a Miort nvt
ami utiimg tier ann rn e uroie
. . i
into town in da-hing Ktylo. in ('inpiuy with
Mr F. and w tunlly nutrriial him hem-lf I
The aKtMinding news of her uii'ther'n uiar
rit'e threw the i.nir girl inUi siiasiit, and
at one tiiao her life was lesp.iirel of, w o-
veriweriiig wm llw sli(:k that fell uikiii
her young uul confiding heart. Iler
mother in haid to U'alout forty-livo yean
of aim, anil ha ln-eil a w'ylo only alAtut
six month.! Mrange world this!
i'Ifi,...T Tin S'nir t. W.fji "
IWmg along Fifth ttreet, U Friday
. r K . . . . .
evening, we .awn woman lying .-a thetsjgu
of th iveineut, helpleesly .trunk. I5y
her ude, m lie p iiitiesn, Wa jjttic
daughter, hpienily aUwt four yiai old,
vuinly endiMioriag Ui rL- her ffitn tins
-. . it i , . .
grouu'i. in iimio enruurr toiioou wiu-r.
ly ai! he found her efforta aiwl eutreiUh
.Uk.frt.iiUs Th !ire mc uA r.
ruA the di-gradcl wooun tolbe wirehboure
on whtcianowWi..i7 Uaz.
Srr k ) hr mltrrt Dartn,
Whttf tlifin' Konttt htxt blow III
1 lrrr lulli .! IH IH1 .nl
Vfi, p, lh mrd It
Hffk hfr tr txd't trngr
Himto o r lltr ino.tiuli; trp ,
llri y iml llt licr e.tf r '
Wfrjr lor lltr purtrd, rfp '
Sffk m Hit jhwcIi lirtr ti l.4
O'rr.hxl hrr flltr" lirdi
Arr ) ftty li.lr. It II In.u-ll '
- W-r., tirthl 1 1. Ar J '
.NATIONA I. MONMWIKNT TO
" Iluild it to thn kir- you ennnol
oiitrviieh the loftiuri of hU principles!
Found it iiki 11 the rmtitvc Mid eternal
rock, jmi cannot ninke rl more enduring
than his fanicl Construct il of the titer.
, ,, ; ,,, , , mako
purer than his Iifn I Kxhtuut upon it
the rules mid principles of r.uriciil nnd
modern nrl, Jon cannot make it morn
pniiHtrtioiiate than hii character ! " H,
C. Wintl.rop, July I, 18111,
The defign of criftinc a suitable monu.
ment to the meiinu y of (ieorKO Waslilnir-
' been entertnineil ever since tho
close of ilm war of Independence, hut
n,,t imposing ceremonies mid nlrcmJy
consitluruhlu prngrr has been made in
the gigantic work. The cost of the Obc
wl'ich is first lo be completed, is cs
"mated at 0."fi'i,00l. lis dinienilons nn
r,:' ,Ul f,lunr,! 1,1 ,!"5 'lon, with wlh
15 feet thick on every side, lenvlng n
cavity within 2ft feet square. Tito out
side walls contract regularly one quarter
inch per foot in height, fthich will Icavo
the lop of thu Obelisk, at o(.)0 feet in
height,,'! 1 feet hqu.ire, and the walls i M
feel thick. The outer sin face nr face of
Ihu Obelisk is eompiiH'd of white marble
of supei or quality ,'riit up in huge block
uml laid up with unifoim regularity.
The inner wall is composed of blue,
gneiss, a beautiful building stone of thu
most durnblu quality. Tho Pantheon
iw coutemphited in the grand de.ign
embracing u circular eolonmnled building
2.1U feel in diameter, and 100 feet liigU
from which sptiugs the Obelisk shrift,
thus giving to the hitler a total ilavutiuu
I Tills tat rotunda, forming the graml
I base of the Monument, is svi rounded by
I HO columns ofmnssive proportion!, being
12 feet In diameter and -tit feet hiyh, tto
I voted upon a lofty base or stylobiite of 20
I eel elevation uml IHin Iccl square, fur
mouitied by un entablature 20 feet high,
mid crowned by umusVne balustrade fif
teen feel in highl.
The terrace otitsido of the rnlonadc,
is 25 feel wide, and the iron cos or walk
within die eoloniide, including the column
space, Vii feeti The walks enclosing thn
eellu, Or gallery within, are fretted with
110 massive linlie (pilaster.) 10 feet widu
15 feet high, and 7 1--' feet projection,
miswering lo Ihu columns in front, fur
mounted by their appropriate architrave,
The deep recesses formed by thu projec
tion of the until', provide ruitablu niche
for thcnccplluu of statues. The totul
expense is estimated at t-1 ,1 22,000.
If I pusressed the most valuable things
in the world nnd Has about lo will them
away, the following would bt my plan of
I would give the world truth and
friendship, which are viry scarce.
I would give to physician skill aud
I would give to printers their pay.
To goutping women short totiglien.
To voting women, good scii'c, modesty
large waists, and nntural tecih.
To yountf sprouts mid dandies, com
mon heme, little rash, anil hard labor.
To old maids, good tempers, smooth
fucirs, little, talk mid good husbands.
To old biichlors, love for virtue, wives,
and children.---houitville Journal,
E.Ni'oc.NMJtMi tiih Law. A Scotch
man called at tho home of Lawyer
Metcher, of Vermont, to consult that
legal gentleman professionally.
'Ja the Equcer at home ?' he inquir
ed of the lawyer's lady, who opened
the door at his summyin. llo win
Disappointment was now added to
the tiiah of Scotia's s in ; hut after a
moment's comidtratiuii, u new thought
Mebby yuurcclf can gid me the lice
ciiary inlotmatiuu a well as thesipfccr
sieii as ye're hii wife,'
Tho kind lady readily prornhed t
do so, if on learning the nature of In
difficulty she found it in her Mwer
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I mm uic uinur jiroeeeueu 10 aiaio Uio
, case as follow!).
I 'rjtooze ye was an auM tshlto mn,.r,
j an 1 should borry yo to gang to lnt'i
j with a griit on ytr back, ttti'we !irtiJ ii
, get no larder than Stair Hill, Un
all at wouce, ye should hack up, a: d
rear up, ami pitch up, uml kneel
backwardd, and break ycrdeaniod't.'!
i IlCCt, W Iw U .a V lor VC tOt ' -
1.1 lift r - ....
t Jtarn me if 1 would I'
H'l ..I.J.. . lf I.. i ll I!
Jim i'iy amiiingiy ioiu nun, ftj
( cluiod tho floor, that as he ha1 '
; psuAeil icuieiicc on the
' would be entirely supcruV,'
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-jjic gword ol wit' U hi c ar,
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an(, j.j,, y
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