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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1850.
A If BKAMATT.ttitwfc Pallor
ei. A tijttlr, prints.
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Of tbc intraaftnr art.
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CUrtofoft.Jost, 1 630.
IAIIORAKK KT ORARK.
to LABOR 14 TO vnxr.
r tHt 11 . r. oaoi.
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I'tinttratttlBf woot no lto lit. en !
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nMJni pnJlUln lk hIIIdki of li on.
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Tiny tbo iwecl kjri, tronlJt thou ki-rp tlum
BRIDE OF TUB GULLOTINK.
am ikciomt or Tmt mcrov or tr.n
On a Korar; nitt in ib tt-
oti liaKNi the r ttuch HTowtiOn, a
Ttnins urnsmo mm returning iu uif
lodgiiifi at Uie hour, acroM the old
part T Pari. The lijrhtnlnif ltarcnJ,
and tha load ckp of thandkr rattled
1 through tli narrow, lofty rtreeu. But
' 1 ihoultl firtt tell jqu oroetliing about
' Gottfried WuMang wai a ysiing man
of fpoi family, li had tudled for
wtaD litae at Gotttrtgea ; tut, being of
a rltionary and eulhuMatUc character,
he bad wandered into those wild and
speculative doctrine which have Ki of
tia uawilderati German Undent. Hit
aecluded Uf hi iutca af plication,
and die lingular nature of hit itudics,
had an elTect both on mind and body.
Hi health wa impaired and his imng.
inallon diracd. Ilhad been indulp.
ing in fanciful (peculations on spiritual
cMvnce, until, like SwrdenborR, he had
an ideal world of hi own around him.
He took up a notion, I do not know
from what eauoe, that there wa an evil
influence hanging over him an evil
geniu, or fpiril, tecking toewnaro him
and insure hi jwrdition. Such an idea,
working on hi melancholy tempera
ment, produced the moot gloomy effect
Mi friend discovered the mental niil
adr that was preying upon him, nod
determined that the bcM cure was a
change of scene. He was sent, there
I fore',' to finish his studies nmldit the
' splendors and gaieties of Purls,
i Wolfang nrrivd at l'aris ai the
tiivakinir out nf the revolution. Thnt
i glorious popular enthusiasm at first
1 caught his ardent mind ; and he v as
. captivated by the grand political nnd
! sublime philosophical theories of the
day. Hut the scenes of blood which
, followed nnd shocked his sensitive na
ture, disgusted him, with society nnd
the wirld,and made him more than ctrr
' a recluse. He shut himself up in a soli
1 tnry apartment in tbc f'ay$ JJatin, the
1 quarter of students. There, in n gloomy
street not far from the monastic walls
of the Snrbonne, be pursued his favor
iio speculations. Sometimes he spent
I hour together in thu great libraries of
Paris, those catacombs of departed au
! thors, rummaging among their hordes
of dusty and obsolete work in quest ot
food for his unhealthy appetite. He
1 was, in manner, a literary ghoul, feed
ing in the chamcl house of decayed lit-
1 Wolfang, though solitnry and recluse,
! was of tin nrdent tempermcnt; but
I for a tinto it operated merely ujion hi
imagination. He was too sny anu ig
norant of the world to make any ad
vntiee to the fair ; but he was a pas
sionute admirer of female beauty, and
in his lonely chamber would often lose
himself in reverie on forms and faces
which he lind Keen, and his fancy would
eck out Imajc of loveliness fur sur-
nd looked wildly at him. What was
hi Mtoalslisairal at bcboMiwg, by the
bright glare of the liahtning, the vary
ace which had haunted him in his
It was pale and ditcontolatc,
but rartithmgly beautiful oh ! so beau
Trembling with violent and cot. diet
ing emotion, Wolfang again accosted
her. He p"ke something of her being
exposed at neh aa hoar of the night.
shall be observed there I my hand. I j
plc.lct; myself to you forever
Forotrrr a1d the stranger solemn-
The stranger clasped the hand citcn
ded to her. 'Tlicn I am tours,' mur
mured she, and sank uptm hi Ixnam.
The next morning the Mudent left
his bride sleeping, and sallied forth at
an carlv hour to seek more snacious a-
I.U.or ti rttfrom tbe orro lint Rrt uf,
fltt frcmprtlr vttntisni tbtt mrrt u,
imssinu the reality.
n line ins iiiiuu in
and to the fury of such a storm, and of-1 partments, suitable to the clmnge iu his
situation. lien lie returned tie nitmti
the stranger lying with her head hang
ing over the bed, and one arm thrown
oer it. He Hke to her, but received
no reply. He advanced to awaken hcrj
from Iu:r uneasy posture. Uii taking
her hand, it was cold there was no
pulsation her face was pallid andphat
lv. In n word she was n Cortisol
Horrified uiid frantic, he alarmed the!
houe. A scene of confusion ensued, j
The police were summoned. As the)
omecr of k1icc entcrctl the room, he
started back on beholding the corpse.
Greut hcavonl cried he j 'how did
this woman come here?'
'Do you know ntiything about her V
'Do I Y exclaimed the olice odlccr;
she was gullotined yesterday !'
He stepped forward, undid the black
collar round the neck of the corpse, and
the head rolled on the floorl
The student burst into a frenzy.
'The fiend ! the (lend has gained pos
session of me !' shrieked he; 'I am lust
They tried to sooth him, but in rnin.
He was poatessed with the frightful be
lief that an cvllpirit had re-animated
the dead body to ensnare lain. He
went detracted nnd died iu u madhouse.
fered to conduct her to her friends.
She jointed towards the guttotine with
a gesttirc of dread siniBcation.
' I havti no friends on earth 1' said
'Hut you have a home?' said Wol
'Yes in lli grave,' was the solemn
I'lio heart of the student melted at
'If a stranger dare make the propo
sal,' said he, without danger of being
misunderstood, 1 would otter my humbtu
dwelling as a shelter, myself as a de
voted friend. I am friendless myself in
Paris, and a stranger in the land ; but
if my life could be of service, it is at
your disposal, and should be sacrificed
before harm or indignity should coinu
Hot fr. w l prowpUnict ibt nr tnircat u, fllKi sublimated slate, he had a dream
which produced an extraordinary el
fed upon him. It was of a female face
of irnnsceiiilant beauty. So strong
was the impression it made, that he
f .. ? 1 !.. I. I, -
ilreampl ol ll again ami iinin.n. .
cd hi thoughts by day, lis slumbers by
nicht. In tine, lie became passiuuaiei
L'namored of tnis snauow m a urenm.
rhi lasted so lo2 that it became one
of those fixed idea which haunt the
mind of melancholy men, anu are at
times mistaken for madness
lUrt frta orltl-trci Ibat Ur to 111.
Wurkt.Jpurtiitamtr tball watt ou lk p"
low, Work tkou hlt ht orr rc' ccniln; bll
o 1.1 bat down eril 'ucslli mat' Ki.lr.e
VYcrk with Hout hesrt tn.l rtioluU will t
l.ibsr l bltb '-l.uf tbc baibsntlmia rcsp
in. Il Itjrawgb bli viu kmi lbs lift arrcnl
Hew li ltotif irroi.lu Iti (tsJwarl prldt iwt p-
Tret lunVfsia tbt wlfl Iklt guUit.
UUr It wllb-lnlbtJt tbt pttrl jrowtlli;
Kith tbt qiitra'i rebt tr the trail cocoon
lem tli, dot oro tbe trnx frt !1wtli ,
rtsfJr tat itttat lb wtrblt tlotk blJu.
tlroop ftnl, tkonifW lUnr, tin, Sod auguUb arc
ltk lo ytw rt tietvtn mllinK ljoiid tkrr;
Bt .t cosunt In thj drnn- clo.l
W.tk, fur sons jod,l Il inlowly,
flrtriib om flower I it ' to lowly t
UVcrl- !1 tAbor it aWI uU hj I
Ut Iky f rt 4a b thy praytr to td.
At a voun toenV debating Mety,
Ktoiewhcro down In Indiata. the nueiAion
for disrusKon was, "Whicb t the groat
et ctil, a wtildiug wife or a ontoky chim
ney V Aftur the ai'iwintcd diiitaBts
hid mneluikil the delate, a JWcHlW
roxs and begged Ui privilege of 'making
a few remark on the octai-Soti ' Permt
sion Wing granttxl, le delivered him
self in thla wav : "Mr. Prc-ident. I've
lt alawt msxl listening to the debate
cf tltcrcToangster TlH-y dont know
ruAliraw A all auOUL toe MlOieCb " na
do thrv ktxiw about tlw evils of a soold
in wiVi 1 Wak till thcr hav bad one
far twentv veari and 1d basBsaercd ad
3.uaml still UiaBtl all the while, and
watt till they bate been scoUled bccaiu
the bly cnud, becaase the fire, would
not bum, Lota tbc cow kieked over the
tolik, liecaai the ben didn't ly, betaaae
the butter didn't eomf. because the old
riicrc was an honest earnestness in
the young, man's manner that had its
effect. Ills foreign accent, too, was in
his favor ; it allowed him not to be a
hackneyed inhabitant of Paris. In
deed, there is nn eloquence in true en
thusiasm that is not to be doubted.
The homeless lady confided herself im
plicitly to the protection of the student.
Ileiupported her faltering steps a
cross the new bridge, and by the place
where the statuo of Henry IV. had
been overthrown by the mighty people
in their just rage against hII the monu
ments of a royalty wfiich had been their
curse. The storm had abated, and the
thunder rambled at a distance. All
Paris was quiet ; that great volcano of
human passion slumbered lor a while lo
Rather fresh strength for the next day's
grand eruption. The student conduct
ed his charge through the ancient streets
of the ityi Latin and by the dusky
walls of the borbonne. to the great, pol
ar house, which he inhabited. The old
portress who admitted them started with
surprise at the unusual sight of the mel
ancholy olfang with a lemalc compan
ion. On entering the apartment, the stu
dent, for the lii'.-t time, blunlied nt the
scantiness and indifference of his duell
ing. He had but one chamber an old
fashioned saloon heavily carred and
Uiitiii-tiailly furnished with the reinuins
of former magnificence. ; for it as one
of those vnst mun.Mons in the quarter of
tho Luxembourg Palace which had once
belonged to the nobility. It was lum
bered with books and paper', and all
the usual apparatus ot a student ; and
his bed rtood in a recess at one end.
When lights weru brought, and Wol
fang had a better opportunity of con
templating the stranger, he wu more
than eer intoxicated by her beauty.
Her face nits nale, but of a dasuling
fairnes, set oft by a profusion of raven
luir that hung clustering about it. Her
eyes were large and brilliant, with a
singular expression that approached al
most to wildiui. As far as her black
dress permitted her shape to be seen, it
was of perfect symmetry. Her whole
nnncarance wa hiahly striking, though
she was drcued in the simplest style.
A STOKV OK TUB H1UHWAY.
Not many years ago, an Irishman whose
Ciianccs did not keep puce with the do
inaiid made on his poeket, aud whose
scorn at houcht lalior was immensely un
favorable to their Iwing legitimately filled
borrowed an old pistol one day, when pov
erty had driven him to an extremity, and
took to tho highway determined to rob
the first man lie could mot conveniently,
who was likely to have a heavy jmrw.
A jolly old farmer came jocing along,
Kirr eetj.Unt, trtr tmt.
l.tltbt worJ W, No iurrnJtr;
H.l llj Jr knJ Kitilly Jo
Thli ikll trluf u bii,l through,
Xti inrrfxJf' No turrf h-li r.
Ad tboHiib f.irluit't nillr b few,
Hop llwj ,irinlnt r.cw,
Mill iiitpirltijr i6Rn. jai
Wltb mj;i urrrndrr !
?ll I).? cvlurt to tbc mail,
SknatinK nUdly, Hu tirTtrJur '
Truuklo nrar Me all t.al
icrto lliiu m j on JtJ tor lt;
Sn lurrendrr, iiitraudrrt
Tliouh llif Vic !! t'lrrmtl,
A ful Hn tkf lprly Hott
Ulappinliniil (alhrr fatt,
Jtcat tlirm ua" with Na lurrcntcr '
Comtaiit anl eouagcout ilill,
Mlnd.tlir world it, Nor lumnJcr ; ,
llattlt. thnueb It b up Mil,
Slatfftr not at iwinlnK III ;
Ho lurrtuder, Nj nirrtndrr :
Il-jc 4nd tli in your hope fulfill
Tbtrt'i a way krr' a will,
And lliewuj nil caret to kill
la to (jive tlirm No lurrrndcr'
The Board of National Popular Edu
cation continues to kmhI I'eiaale Teachers
to the W'vr-t. Itetdlccts them eiui-aiiuu-ally,
iiielaMvii, at Haitfunl, Ooun , where
it carries them thtotigli a coiireo of ire
aration, and having obtained HHiilic nnd
reliable applications for tearherx. with a
pledge of kduquuto comieiiwttioii, it a
sigiw them severally, to places for which
they shall have U-cn found to he filliil
to which they nre thereupon K-nt, at the
expense of the Board.
The course at Hartford, eotisihU of lec
tures on tho bcM iiicIIkmIs of teaching the
various branches ; on the lwst iiicIIknU of
orgauuing schools ; on school govtrnticnt;
on moral and religious iiiMrttetinu iu
school ; on tho influence of Icacliorp in
the community ; mi physiology, an con
nected with tlw preservation of health ;
"examination of the class tion the Mihjett
of the lectures ; diicuswion of the Mihjcct
of tho lectured, in the class ; visiting
model schools ; exmnitiutions in tho ele
mentary branches ; religims excro'iMis and
Hociul meetings Instruction is alto given
in vocal music.
One hundred iitul seventy-five tcuch
ers have already U'cii sent out, in seven
clasws- coiniuenciiig iu .lunu 117
Tlicy have been n ut to Western lViif-!-
and l at put him down instantly as a r-1 (,ll5o AVUc-nisin. 3Iin-Ho liherality of
ty who iKu-wscil tte requisites he so ,,t.wtai r,m.t rLmlii IlliM()i.s Iluli.U)11 .education, fi.rl.id.
much needed htm-clf. 1 resenting the KptuckVf 'jVnneftce, nnd Texas. Mine! means of preiwriti
The tcarjirr will IsmpI in eoronmn, ot j rrnrked, it would be too much to expert
tho iriv of 81,60 pir week. Tld they f mtltB pedagogue, that he would
will etfwvtMl to pay, circling In L.VP (lp the feeding of tho who IU
raws of manifest inabihty lo vay it, ctthf.r ' thrlr meat klndlv. ami aincar to thriro
iikiii im-ir own mrnni, or inniuga uut
aid of friends. The miirso of intrne
ii gratuitous. The Board alll wy their
cxjietisfis friwu Ilartfonl t the plave f
ll... .lA.l!..Hl....t. u1.!rt. ii In 4u.tnlK
m i, . i,-. i ill.!.,.,., I, f null II " j"iii-i
near ns timet icahh:. a proper eswrt will'
Mich teacher will know her domination
lH-f(in leaving llrrt'otd, and Lor wishes
nill hk far tin pnw-tivalilc, lie consulted in
10,5a rd to it Wo desire however that
the teachers, should go there, with nmic
ooufiilencii in the winlniii of tloo, who
are to decide ujmu tliclr ligations; hut
abov( all in such a spirit of t-i.tiHtcrstioii
to tho wotk of doing good tlat t)iey shall
lo willing to go anywhfin!, 3'nd do any
thing to accomplish,!!) tlio grcaUt-t ptistihlr
extent; that Into r.nl rnojier ftttt h
man life. They are txpecliil to i-ontin-uc
teaching at h-nt two vears, linles pic
vctileil hv ill health The refunding to
thu limril the auiount 0 -mUil for them,
will invariably ho expected, sluulil they
within that time, and witLout tiuit cuiirc,
, Wo have m nt teachers of all tho Evan
gelical denomiuitlious fn ni which niipli
ciUions have 1 e?n received. Application
ftoni them all arc desired. ! lie anion
feature of our movement is deemed very
itnnrtant. We want (cachets: in whom
tho Christian shall decidedly predominate
over tho sectarian spirit. We aim not to
build up any particular denomination thru'
this educational agency. Wo leave that
to other agencies. Our (.Vinstilutioti, en
joins, "the daily use of tho Bible" by our
teacher m tlicir several schools ; una re
garding the moral teachings of that 1 00k
as mi indisM-uvibIe pirt of education,
wo inleiid in tho true spirit of (ho Co isti
tutioii, to give them full elicit. Occa
sional roqueMstoourteaohois, to tlisemo
with the use of llin Bible atid prayer in
tin ir schools, hive we 1 ro glad to say,
bei u nut wiih 11 mild yet fi.m dcri d
which has, wo are gratified to ndd, with
scarce an exception, finally resulted in
acktiowhdgemcuta of the gn at a'ueif
these exercises iu tho govcinuient Mid
proper training of tho children.
Wo lioiut to have a large cla. of t( a h
en, next August. We shall
plates for them
upon It, and oVvotc himself to strug
gle with the intellectual languor of tho
In all department, of birsmcs, tho
wine principle hulth good. When tlm
tirophylo most needs credit, h finds It
hnrdctt W gel It, and has to pay an c
iiotnious rale ol interest to tie "blood
sucking prixnte dttiuintrr"but nneo
aloe thu neces'iiy of asking crrdil,
and nil nth 'or wan! ti trttM lilrr
w ith gtmds or money. The hardest tak
is to make the first accumulations 1 n
tcr that, nil goes stnwthly eno'Jgh.
M'ho are tin? lawyers ami physician
thnt nro tho favorites with li6 pnbllc?
Not, certainly, the hundred who arc
altnnJt starring foe want of n client or
patient wtu hSTtj plenty of tlmo np
011 their hnndf, and can give n' thorough
cxiunirtulion to any particular1 case. It
is thu worst tmsrihle tlitpialillcatli)n of
tho yonng uactit!oncr. that ho vtnh
business tlmt hi) has tunc to rxecuto
whatever lift undertake. Were Im
highly skillful and expci leurfd, It Is felt,
he would haM! no lime for peoplo
would crowd to him fur adiieo and n
sitiuu:. It is, therefore, In tins tntvt
w ho i nl ready overwhelmed wltb biil
n,ss who is known to bo hiccssantly
occupied, and run c,rnnt hnnlly an hour'
eoiifidcrntion to lie gravest inaJInrs
that nil the worltl run for counsel. A
few momenti of hi precious time tiro
felt In ho worth more than weeks or
months of an ohcure person', who has
no business, and consetpicntly no ex
pert ne. Thus things go on continu
ally in a vicious cire'e with thu brief
less lawyer nnd ihe physician tlotitala
of patients. Bt-cnuic they want busi
ness, they do not get it ; bccauo they
do not get it, they want it 1 and it is on
ly by some unexpected "hook or crook'
of good luck, that they succeed, if over,
in ruing nbove (ho stale nf non-employ
incut a id obscurity to which they seem
There is something wrong about llii
sttte of thinirs : but thu it will doubt -les
remain, so long ;n the soll'mli priu-
I cii.lf'- nre mom d(niiiiuit m the worltl
sliuil liavs good , ..ii.lr1i,. ,,r ,i.ni ,,,-, ,
nod our exrie.i(ti tif , i)n);i)l ,mlllt0 f((rm, ,ll0 V,-IW
UHJ lIK'lHlh "I I JUIMlIill (
rtlii,ri it tin murrtl rittikt il tit !ii
Iiuli.u.a,M;'IuiMion, forbids m, to . oubl that the I J)f ma7,. yullUt lllwh.
vital Htiii r;i til lijeisiirui" :nm n'litnni' i v n in t i
pwoi, 1.0 oniereti too agtieuiiurn .u ,ban hjjt tlln,.m,i c,U.lt it aud vollth are ' including the extn.or.linaiy expun-o ..:
under their iiihtruitimi. They me all of sending to Oregon, will not In- watiimg.
them teachers in, and many of thorn ni-jTiiu frienda of our cimsc aio leiniudtnl
111.11 lUi:jl tn:ilLJ.IMllllilll' IC.'Clil'II.UII'l IllilJ
be sent by mail, either to tho Ticasuiir
of the Board, Thomas W. Olcott, Ks((.,
stand and deliver.
The poor fellow forked over some fifty
dollan ; but finding Pat soniewhat of a
greenhorn, begged five dollars to take
him home, a distance of alsmt half a mile.
(eriiuciiuentsiii rauuiuu wiiihii. ineyi
wvu done ami me doing a great gxl,
occupying iKisitions 111 the circle ot Ijcii-
i.y tlio way. J request niu coinp.itu , ;n .iit Iiitltsoxs .-es at the West, that can bo
wuu. aeco.i pauieti wi.o u e ilisi ,m..oo- , f ,, , , t
- - . . 1
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lzmgair. Iho Acres an I Jloods wa a
knowing one. Eyeing tho pistol, he ask-1
etl Bat if ho would sell if.
"In it to sell tho pistol 1 Snwl, an' it
ih that same thing I II le afthcr tloin. j
"What will yu l) aftlwr giving for it '!"
"I'll give von this five dollar bill for
it." " j
"Done, anil tlonc's enough lM!twecn
two gcjitleiuen. Down with the dust and '
an' here's thu tool fur you." '
Thu bargain was inado by iinmediate
truii"fer. The moment the farmer got
tho iK'tronel, he ordeied rat to shell out
Jt is promised to tend out another c!a-r
on thu .mi ot uctoi:cr, next, aii'i in
gather them. at Ilaitfonl, for tlio prepara-.
torycouiK!, on tho 'JItil of August ; uud j
the undersigned now invites applications
from ladies, to form that cla-, Tin; ap-J
nlicatioiis should bo made by lcltci-, ad-
Albanv. X. Y
at Mildluluiy. Vt
Cir. Fee. k lien. Ag'l lloaitl
of Nat. I 'op. Education
Middlolmrv. Vt., .Jun- l.r, l:.t.
or to tlio undersigned,
The extinction of shnery in tho l
nilcd Sl;i!c- H i ) v it nt 1-; untl the only
deb.iiablt! question i4, 1J vUnl mtanx
tmtl in irliat time the result shall be ut
tuineil. Theic nru nt present nboitr nineteen
inillijutof free hint persons and tin 1:0
million of laves iu tin: Union. TIki
wl.il us oulniiuibir the blacks more than
six lo one ; and owing t.j tho largu an
nual accession of immigrant from hu-
THE WAY OF THE WOBED.
AV'llV 14 it llllll sllf'll !1 l.tt':ttl.'f! lllhlllH
1 11 ! 1.1 ,1 ... 1.. ' .. .... .1
tlii.-.-cu nv inn lame.- inemseiMs, in .'us.- suion i.xi-i in i.uui i.i nature in neguxi
Nincv WlIT, at Northamptcii, Ma-., the i.eedy, uii'l help iho-e who need mi
who has prepatcd the four last clus-ei, ' ,cl, J ery body knows thul thei e is
and who will lako chaige of 1 he next. !-uch a ciookediie-s ir pcru ii y in hu-
l.-.-.i .... tl . il ,. i 1 ..: :.. ..1: .1 - "
J-Mieil lllil'U .11 two .-'Umiiii rum- iiiv. . imili III; I "-. IOCIIIIIIIZ IIIVIII III iiiiiciii: . , , 1 , I I . II
1 .... '..1 ...1:. ...... .1 : ..1 ".. .. .. ?.r I ubrtKid, white laboi ers wtoilil still
res uuot-u, unn n-iiuiiMir ui.ooiiiiii.ii en ! m , e roturai y coiir-ie irtuu nun 11 iiil-ii 1 .... r . .1
.t 1: .1,.. ....1.... :., .-I.,.!. J. ' : ....:...:..! 1.1 .... tiidy six time faster 111 thu nggrcgatc,
. . . 1 . IIIV pv iiimiviivii - ( liitl II a 1 t III t iniiuilli ii'JUivj n unt ' , 1 1 11
aud pointing the msioi UC lliruaicueii in ' ,,. ,,.i. .,,i ,i, 1 ,t. , , .' -11... .i c .1 liiiiu si u o laixuors
. r j acir. iwiti aiMii m K.viit ..it-. ..... uiiiaiu i in; lit'ailili uu I ui luijii.ji.i is
ilieir iiropcrly 1 and this property,
whelle r of biiiius or worldly pelf, is ul
rope, ftee while lubnters incicase c
liniK futtrr 111 this Bepubliu than si.no
, laborers increaie, counting aggregate.
The 0u1111.1l iuerimu of slaves is lest
' than ouc-lliii'd the number of free per
' -oiis ib.it caiii'.- into this country in
anil il there weiu no immigrants Iriim
1lm iinlw ititncr nimrtuieliin? to an orna.
Such was Gottfrictl Volang, nnd , wj.:t., suc wort. wa a broad black
such his station at the time 1 mention- anj roul,j lt.r necv, clasped by din
ed. He wa returning borne one stor- mott
my night through some of Uie old aim pCrplcxitT now commenced with
ly streets ot uie unrai, ,j,0 gtudeist how to dispose ot the Help
nart of Paris. The loud claps of ,. ,,,n tbus thrown unon his protec-
thunder rattled among the high houses t-on j0 tj10Ugnt 0f abandoning hi
of the narrow street. He came to the I j.1,.,1, ,0 i,eri ond seeking shelter for
Place do Grcve, the square where puu- , imS(.if eUewbere. Still he was so fas-
Hi- ,-icf utions were then ierformcn r;nnii.il bv her charms, there seemed to
The liahtning quivered above the pin- McJl a t.wn U.H)I, ,;4 (houglits and
. . .. . T I 1 .1 .1,, Villi, . ' ,, . , l
nacle or 1110 ancicm. aiuic, cnleS) that ne coutu noi tear inmscii
and shed flickering gleams over the o- fr(Jn jier p-jpnce. Her manner, too.
pen space m trenl. a w oiiang w WIU gjngular and unaccountuuic. bhe
crossing the quare he shrank back hpoK(. Il0 more of the gultotine. Her
with horror at Undine nimseii cioo ty ripf- i.art ai,a(r.j. The attentions of
the gulloiine. It was the height ot tne ( t(lC s(ujt.IIt ,d first won her confidunce, i
reign of Terror, wnen tins umunu m- (ueni r.pparently tier liearu hhe
strurnent of death stood ever rfady.and wtl cvjjently an enthusiast, like him-
it scaffold was continually running sum 1 scjf. 3mj ,1 tutuusiasti 6oon undcr
the Mood of the jieople' enemies. It Mo0(J eac, otjltr
liad that very day actively rm-1 jn ,nc infatuation or the moment,
ployed in the work of death ; and there Wolfang avowed his passion for her.
!( airvivl in -rrim array, nmitlst a silent 1 11 ,,.1,1 i,,,r .torv ul his mvslerious
and sleeping city, waiting for fresh vie-, Ureanii aoj i,Uw he bad pose&cd his
tim. heart before he bad ever seen her.
'Wolfang' beart sickened within him, wM trangely nflcctcd by this re
and ho wa turning, shuddering, fromj WK ack.,w, llged to have felt an
th brniWc engine, when be behtW jmpyt, toward him equally isnaccounl
shadowy form cowering, a it were, .0lc It wa tbc time for wild theory
the foot of the step of Uit scaflbld. A anJ ct;olu. Old prejudices and
fucoesiiun of rivid flahe-j of lightning 1 nrltitjOIIi, WCre done away; evcry-
revealed it mow Uistinctty. 11 was a ... ( under tlto wav of the Ood-
1.1.... I.ij ..it f l rnfiiftittl. ... . 1
uiow o n im-. .. ... .v...-v... ((f j-llm) , (,m.,J,lvc, .M j, teat h-
Pat looked at h.ui with a comical lecrji . Wl hmU h(, u.-u.nnauhA by tes
and buttoning his breeches ptrkctK, sung j tita)0iil:tl from stmie reliahlo souru. in
oul , , , , .1 ' reganl to Iter education, natural iculiai-
"Blowawayou dls.y. divil take tho . Wi, ...o,..,! .! uligious if.aracter.
hit of jwwder s 111 it. Among the tlesiicd qualifications, aptnw.,
believe the old man never told the
tty tho jn
IT and "on
lixs since been his motto.
ways tending to aggravate nnd exagger
ate itself. As in agriculture, the damp
ness, of the bill-side ntlr.icts the clouds
to couio find ui3"li.irg; llicm-elvcs on
We be hevu the old man never told uie ... ,, , , ,u ".,..,;.. 1 .i..:.i,,i
I I il ll 11 n ' r,,' s.T v ' i-f-n
last pn 01 in.! siory ..niy once a , -et (no, a I1)1!ru niimcntal, but au fol0 U ma-le wetter still, while hind has
inai wari nv 1110 iiniei uhivhi. ,..,
Not only have freemen the advant
ngu nf slaves us ten to one, in point ol
iiicrcaie iu iitiiuLer-', but they enjoy in
tellectual and social ndvmitages Mill
more dcuishe in their favor. We aro
not disciissiui' the light or the wrong 'if
to bu vi-ited by such ruins so in the
way, lias since wen 111s mono. y() Jir(,(,;1(. tan.lar.l of knowltxlge i- airairh 0f life gunerally, the natural
.... fX(,( as a jirL..rjni.Uo for acceiitatiee, a- j course of thiugi is always against thu
The ConroitAi.'s LkssO.v. Dur- We have Ndiools of various grades. It sn.-t;lv until, nini fuvorablo tuhim who
in?r t he American iievoiiiuon, uu uui
imulves on 1 . " . B .
1 .111 .1.1, . .1 1 ftuuiiiiiy, 111 iiijiiu 10 r.ii'.ii ni.iiv, in
that hill, so ihul-whnt was loo wet be- '. r , . ' h ...
' . . . . vitwifj iiml iitiwir'itioii titi 1 1 1 1 n 1 ti tl at
, 4 1 . t
,aI ...rn,., unrl-bxr i.letvt are deemed indm-'l 1 .1. ..;i.,l i. I.... IJL-.la, tt"5ticy lUUIII more lltnil III! Cls.1
moved off and "once away, forever a- , , . . .. ,r. ......,. . .. . besulu to cMingulrli the rcliition of ma
boweier. desirable, that all our teacher
cer, not habited in tho military costume, . uetiuaiutitl with what aro term-
was )iassing by where n smnll company rt higher hranelicit. lew. if any will
of soldiers were nt work making home i. .,jal..(i u i.oritiyus when; they will not
repairs on a small redoubt. 1 he com- ejtlJt.r immediately, or at no dintant day.
mandur of the little squad was giving jiaVL. oeoarion to give instruction iu them;
orders to those who were under him w'.iilt the maturity of mind acquired iu
relative (o a Kick of timber which they obtaining a knowledge of them, is very
wett endeavoring In raise to the top of iuqtirtant to success in conducting all the
the works. 1 h limocr went up nam, prwe-.-ciof ml'iewien. Niuie experience
...... : :...!.....! ...
Ill learning . eiv iiiij-ii i.uh i."ici-o ,j
docs not want.
shall bu given ; nni
ler iiml slave It lenders slates worth,
leis for Jen ice iu nil thu stutk-rnising
and giaiu growing regions of this vait
'.' . i. !...... .: . r .1
I ,l,, i ,l, uuililll". J , 13 llltll7i;tiin 1-nn ill liilll.'
1 II llllll II. HI I..IIII . .. ' . . . ...
I from him that hath ia.n?iul 'W'' Iroin .Mary ariij ,r-
and on this account the voice of the lit
tie great man was heatd in his regular
vociferations of 'heave away! there
she goes 1 heave ho !' A:e.
The officer, before spoken of, stopped
hU horse when arrived at the place, and ,nav )v added, to govern
fulfill the iust expectation- of thoao to
whom ve tend teachers, aim'.."! indistK.ii
sable. No amount of kii'ivilt-dgo will n-
.. .... .... i .
vail, witliout a caioc.ty to icacn, atei h
. i ui . i . ........ it. ..i .. i.!..i. ' giuia, linn oilier .orineri. ot.ivu ouues
not shall he. take away even that which , . ,, ,
, , ., ' Sou h into hu i ia;, co ton, and tugar-
Who' arc lbs recipenis of the most ""'' " "' fc, whim
. ... t i- . rii. hborcr are Supplying their lilac in
t... ...... ...i... i.
iiiuii im; j "ju . , ...iu iv ...... .
for w ant of bread .' .o It li the rich,
..I I 1 .. tl t.. !,...."....: .....I I
v uu uui nu , iiiii in in aiii ii. , vM.. . ,,. . . , ...
. ,, . ' ..i :r ,i into Virginia, h.ei.ttii ky, ailtl Mivun,
l.iiv iit.vf IniL'r uloeh itiav trriilllv their. ' ' ... . '
..... n . v r. ... j ...
w him or fuiicy.
, I the farming sections which tln.v l.avo
left. The constunt influx of Xorilx in
f.uin"!f, mct-hunici and day InLoicr
female figure dressed in black, bte
wa stated on one of the lower step
of tbo scaffold, leaning forward, her
r. ViJ in her lan. and her di.Uvcllcd
! tres&ci hanging to the ground, stream-
. . . t. all I titrsj I
a. . 1 I. lav A 1 ftlwsMV wfl1tA Inft
a'-. . ' - . ... . - t wViL-h fell in torrents
Jbrdinn.bstbfy cAsm, i "JS .-folto that .ou
st they wr, las-1 ...-..t - - .
. law aiiulHBIMl Ol WUC.
mlamto too late, btwxaM they rang.
and c en into Ttnnc-cc, Xotthern
Georgia, und Northciu Texn, mini,
noon root out nil inferior, ot Icai ititelli
jent fiiriu-operatlMs. Bcly iiKn it,
the time is close at hand v. hen j.u igno
rant person of either t-rx will he the.
mint worthiest piece of property which
uu intelligent man can hold ai proper'
littlu : benefit of that (ouracki.owlfdgeiuign-atrt.lv)re There aeiuis indeed, to 'be i V', . . . ,
i . t. i i ; ii..ii .. . ... . i. A stiiniil bioinr I eco:ne worili.cia
value. il is til-emeu cr uu niiiuiinuni , .i.n... n. in., in u i,e iis-nn or wenmi. ...... . ..
J'o what colleges, bos-
pita's, A.c., tin testator lenve vast lega
cies t U it to tho?e that are ttruggliug 1
w ill, debt and embiirrastineitt, and whieh
can baldly keep their head above wat
.. . ..i. i.i i
erf .o Il l in uio't: wiiicii nre-ui-
seeing the timlier sometimes scarcely ' jn fih these i-made part the comx- at j ' rt.rt,y nihly endowed, nnd which hate
moved, a-ked the. commander why he H3rtfonl. All who lnvo enjoyeil tl"1 riccited many such ; mu liliccnt gift
.K.l ni ink,, hnlil utul rentier n lilllo 1 lu..,..fll i f ll,..t ..nrvu .if-'.-iuiu b il'.i-itc "rent ! i c ti .... :...l.....l ,.. I ...
- . , or wop. a i.t. i v.
Un-'T tor Usjtr tiowart.. j - j.. mhoTt lba ,
ZZXr itwTr 1 bejng fall f
os. wej tau .-rr' . , ' i.j Laiuw
M tV eriU of lii. wifV. Why Ptuow! ob sww p- V , "
Mr. tii&Jet. I MtW Wsmr tbc clatter ' TT" .i
of haaMMari assi ktosM am twecty tk pan
Mai mk brasw krHkfi. tfeM (be diw. die.
of mriHinf wile. Y rfe, I wwiU
toary wJmi, Mr. VtmWmt. mmkj
rUmmj'um mare to be cpwrwl lo a
'ljat mMa tbjn a Irtsfe Mrgtrii 11
mfr wbnn tbo dreatdful X0 bail
rendered desolate, aad who sai here
bert-broken on Use trod of exUtene
trim wktck J1 Usat wa dear to ber bad
Wen launcbed iato eternity. He p
n.sbJ. ajut kaVlrcafH her in the ac-
Uls of sympathy; 6b rUKd br bead
dcA of IteAaon.' Among olbtr tnti
tutiou of tbo old timet, the fornss and
ceremonies of marriage began to be
considered superfluous bonds for hon
orable minds. Social compacts were
the vogue. Wsdfang wa too inncb of
a theorist not to be imbued by the new
doctrines of the day.
4Whr should we separate ! said he;
'owr heart are unttcn ; in me
rtaaoe and booor wear a one.
need is there f sordid forms to bind j nander.in.Chief, and I will come
high soul together r help you a second time,'
The stranger luteoed with emotion ; j 'fin. Co rj -oral wat thunderstruck
she nail evpientiy receivea luumuiauwii
at the tame fchooL
Yo have n borne nor family,' con
taJc4 be, 'let me be everything to ywu;
cr rmher lei bi be everything to one
..i.. . If rrm is ecctstarv, foUu
. VI. . . . - ' , -
did not take hold and render a
aid. The latter appeared to be some
whnt astonished, and turning to the ofii- all d,0 tcai hers wo k-imI should go thro'
cer with the pomp of an emperor, the entire courw. Tin pfqiteof the nist
EJd J exjrf-ct wo will tend th';iu gooil teachers.
'.Sir. I am a Corporal.' Tlicy apply to ut in this coufuh-nc a
'You aro not ll-ougb, are you ?' f aid , (-,nudi nee very proj.rly strengih iihI by
theoflicer; 'I was not aware of it.'. the fact that we collect our teacher in
And taking off hu hat nnd miwing, 'I clase. U-come acquaintr-l with them,
ask vour tardon, Mr. Corporal.'
Upon this lie dismounted his elegant
steed, flung the bridle over a post, nnd
lifted till the sweat stood in drops on his
forehead. "When the timber was ele-
vated to its proper station, turning to' j,t,ut tb let of October. Sutw tie crt
the man clothed In brief authority gagtvl to go; and it hoi I tint tho rejui
4Mr. Corporal Commander,' aid be, iic numl(-r may l tvimidrtt-'l fnm a
. . . t 1 .1 - i . . 1 .
no llilluxi Ui lorui iuu next
and carry them through tin: course of prep
aration rcttrml to.
Very' urgent apilicati'm for tcachen
liavc iK-cn rf;ivl from Oregon. We
intend to m4 leaelwrs to that territory
eVe. 'when yon have another job, and Lave . immg tbube w
, not men enougb, end for your Com. rbw'
K httu 1 nMtler.in.Chief, and I will come and i r,
was Washington !
An engine tm the Aberdeen (Scot
land) Hail lload, bait trarersersed a
dUtaiiee equal to ti thee the eircum
fercitce of th? glol-, or -$r'0 mile
I MMMV'B l I'
'the next tLvj- be K-nt to Mis Swift as
" I earlv 1st of Auzu-t. r Mtsst if wartica
. . ' . .. ,.. ,
Pie JiiimwltatiS replies win ie given
to tliem. Th ooeit,-l teaeliers will l
expected at I tart tori, on rrnUy the -.H
dayofAuxust Tlx'y will on tlvir ar
rival rvio'r to tlic ''Orrihsn Nrvlum"
lb tm"tMti iweirtte.1 fr tinir frr-riwri
which i alwiy nlliacling the little
l,e.i s towardt it. But Lecaoise men or
itiatiiutions waul help, they do not get
iu Tor the very rea-m that they need
iu push, they art; left to struggle en of
tl.emsi'Ivci. Jltc'iuro they l.vi been
treated frt.el.y by fortune, they get
the cold shoulder" from man alto,
(io into any tchool-houii, and ou
will M.-e the satut; hiw exemplifieil, Up
on what class of iupili ilA-a ihc petla-
gogue U-stow the mtist care and pains
taking ujion tho dull anil thick-headed,
wlio itiou i.ecd hi, u.tiiiice. .' o.
rerlail ly ; he U-lowi hi lime and at-
entimi iluelly upou tins " tfibt and
cl vcr Uiy the nib
who would get on
...m.i i i...... .i...
WWII Ulllvt VllWilvJi w.u itiiu IIIC I . .1 .1 ..I i . . . ,JV " . ,
; it f ll-,m, vTlll'l 7f .'Mill IV mUIJf anu
so 141011 us educated, uctit e, skillful U
Ixiryrs come in direct (umipetitiuu with
him. 'i'hc truth of this Haicincnl will
not be deniitl, por will the fact be que
tlonetl th'it white laborer increatu ten
times fatter in tin count ry than slavo
laUircr. But one rculi can brc.u;Ji.
el by the iKT.iiioii of lh'e Influeticr,
and that in the liberation arid improve
men', of the negroes now held In bond
age. Slat ery cannot safely Im: extend,
t.it ; but it will soon b'j drltcn Into h
smaller cjrnpss as a means of df dc.
fence and pecuniary profit. It is an
element ol wealncu nod peril to thu
three hundred thousand shttlinlders.
that they and their projicrty in human
; " iS. 15 Z K) Icres of ?M firming Ul,. wbH,
to the bottom of the class, to win. h Nu U V.0I' 1 ",U aud
. i . - i ... 1. 1... i. i . .. t incident to slavery
turc I mi l rrc-nmuiuci iik-ui. i it c.iir , , , , i .
, , . ' . . fjlavtdtrjldris have been too zratpin
to declAim aga. ut this a, a wrong .Ui j f , . , fc '
of thtu-s-itiiiry l tomuw,. se.ioe, w,m Jn , iMr
and all that ; hot urh if iIk- nv
f si 1 1 ' 3 i i- at '
i!lll ul i or I i l ii' "ilrtfM.OOl