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THURSDAY KVKXIXG, AIMIIL, 10
HIE RUTLAND IKHALD.WONI,KKS,'i',Hm: W0ULD'S
rOBUkUKO KVICSV TIIBBMiAV KVli.MXO AT . , '
t t"fi jvn rr I lir'u'M,la"o uid Mrange projects
'J IT, It I irl It. titer l.r.tn?lit rr'Mt.l It. nllr1nf
G.lr.IlEAMAN, KdiiorA: VMiqt. . .7,, .,,.;,,, ,,;,.,,, :
OEO. A. TUTTLK, Priufcr,
ri'.n.Ms nut r.Att.
Ti lllijjs mljftrll.cn
ToO.Ticc ml JUilul.fri(.r.
" when l In adduce,
view of making tin; haunt penny out
of i i-i t o r s (i) thf World's Fair. A-
2 fin ' moiiu ol her thmei In be exhibited out-
1 P'' ' hiil.i i, ill 1..- ti. iiiiliuitili trlliltp liv Ml'
tho little thorns which, though men ' wns full a loom fnt'arl ; one balanced to live in one room, ami have a bed I veil, Ct. The box emiMcd a umrt nm- ' MV tl0aj(l im 0f fr ,j0jp i((
of rou-h form may make their way ' oilitr. mi's ho couldn't limp. One eye in the very place whoto they sleep; some smell, ami thooiuViuh were l Uv n'ii mUi to, Hr id.e'd n-n-through
them without fecliiv much, ' hn-l been knock't out, in the light, but how I hope thev may be comforia- I1"'1 "" r.l.-i ' r a had taken tin ; Mvu.A mnuv:
extremely incommode persons of a ''" hcndH kiverc.1 that misfoi.'n.- blc this l.lustorhigV.ght. This must j "W!" J?' , V ff'Vu. 1 ' ,k,l! fi,i,,1 m""- '. 0,11 "ml
more- refined turn in their :mir,10V 1 Hrusl.M 'nil down kcrfnlly. ami put on j c (t noxious stoim," continued she, evidence ol their guilt. A lag- i (Mll ,mwil ,ll11l.l .-!,!,.. itli u
... . . ..Ji ihe Oiincv harness. Lid him down the 1 , .,' ' i. i ciowd of persons win soon gathered a-
i teiillttn ni'iimi'i' Mini lutiii.il l.i.s tumi-nll.-
i ii i uiijiii me, mill uiaKU ineir travel
ling it Iconic and unpleasant.
A Irrf tltf t)if( toti'i'lct'-u'W tnortf'l fniSI
p9t Kpmrr lfi lm ) f'lf llirrr eV ; V!Srnli
for J'(uar will tie clurjcil lur cacliuWiuriit
Wld. It is In be located in Leicester
Square, in a building filled for the pur
pose llii! ground having cost the beau
t iftil liltlu "urn of Slo.000 as a rental
meri'ly. The building for it is to be of
n circular fui:n, 'JO feet nenii, uiielo
in the jlobe of GO feit in lliamctcr.
1 (!orridor-i for pruinenado will mi round
il.nnd i. to haw four covered approach
es from the Miles of iho npiare. The
external elevation at the Miles is pro
A TOUCHING INTIDKNT.
A correfipondeiit of the New York
51 irror, writing from Liverpool, nar-J po?ed to be "0 feet hijrh. sui mounted
rates n totienmg incnicni mat nnppcneu
on tho voyage of one of our bct pack
et ship?, (o well told ami .'oclmraoieiis
tie of the noble-heat led fc:i-cnptnin,tliat
we copy it entire:
A little gill was i-lurnin? to Hmj
knd in charge of the captain. She
was the only female on board, and by
licr sweet simplicity had won thu lov
of the noble captain and his passen
ger. The poor child was v ry, very
sick neatly nil the way, and became re
duced in strength. One dreary night,
the fancy Mruck her that nid.t water
would be refresbin;;, and it was Riven
her perhaps loo freely. Spasms of the
stomach almost immediately ensued,
and before the morning came, the little
sufferer had passed away to n belter
world ; mourning mod of nil that no
mother's gentle hand would close her
eyea in their hut deep, nor a mother's
prayer (a wtiii:is'.s pkatt.ii !) linger
lust upon her deafening car.
Hut the great Malwort Captain bad
almost a mother's heart, lie wluxe
voice could be heard high up aloft.
when the tempest raged in its fury, had
tones of Gentleness nnd love for the
poor dying child ; and though he scarce
knew tho mtaning of thu word fear,
tears fell like rain droits from his eye;
upon the wasted face of the little corpse.
Beautiful, beautiful, most beautiful
thouzh full of uloom was the scene
presented in that cabin on that wiltl win
ter's night. With exquisite delicacy and
almost sacred tenderness was the child
laid out and preserved. But another
trying time for the captain was yet to
come, for he knew tliat the mother
would hasten to the dock gates to meet
her child the moment the ships arrival
was telegraphed. And she did. The
captain saw her in an instant, and as
noon as the ship got near enough to en
able her voice to be heard, she could not
longer restrain herself, but cried out
inftremulous accents "Is Mary on
The tioor captain scarce knew what
to say, but requested the mother to go
to his hotel anu lie wouiu soon uu wiiu
her. I dare not attempt n description
of tho subsequent scenes of this simple
tl tough sad drama. Suffice it to say,
that when Thomas B. Cropper gees to
bis last account, of this touching inci
dent it will surely be said Inasmuch
s ye did it to the least of these my lit
tle ones, ye did it unto .v.u.
niSl'OSKI) OF TI1K
A MATll.lt OI'-l'ACT SKI'.TCII.
Mr. Helium is a horse jockey.
street, and met an old nenl in search of
a 'spirited, beat. Asked mo of I want
ed lo sell. 'No .SVr." 'W'ol'll you take
for 'iiu?' 'Ilt's high strung' tvz I. No
matter' scz he, '1 want n 'good 'un.'
'h'nt he 'uiisome ?' e 1. 'lit is, wol'.s
he wuth Y 'I never warrants hoSe.-,'
i sez I. 'Kf vnu waiil'm. jest as he ia
wnen lie is not more proiitauiy employ-, .,.. .,,,., ;ml. liotcf . do doubt
cil, be is not aMmmcil, so he says, to ' ;C7 .V!1) j ,,, jK.. .yurv
try hUt'.riin'in Hint resectable callin'. i vU hl voU ,,,.. lllV-,n for tuul-un-Ho
dropped in at ISailey a Brfzaar a j wy M.z .
few tbiys Mure, and very soon after .The old eunt pe key into hi moiilh
Scllum arrived, a superb looking char-' i ctrl...,i ,,r..-L- verv l.tmw.
by a large bell-shaped roof of zinc.'
The building itself will be mainly of
limbi r, tlie inner surtace o the globe ii
of plaster of Paris. In the centre of
the globe will be a .-cries of galleries
four in number, con-lrueted so n to en
able visitors to .-co eveiy proprortuin
of the model. 'J'lie.-o galleries, it is
Miid will atlbid aeeommodatioii fur 1000
or l.'iOO pi.TSOti" at one nine, and are
to be approached by spiral staircases in
A most woiideiful piece of linen has
been woven for the 1'xhibition, in the
North of Ireland near Waningrtown,
by a Weaver named Geo. Haddock.
It is a web of lino cambric handker
chiefs. Small print can be read thro'
it, yet tho web i so close anil compact
that a single thread could not be distin
guished without the aid of a microscope
or rather web 'glass. The cambric,
when held up to the light, looks like a
fine and airy fabric. In the produc
tion of thi-i beautiful gossamer-cambric,
Mr. Haddock, almost realized what
elassic liclion ascribed to ihe perform
ance of Araehiue, who, as mycologists
inform in, was converted into a spider,
on account of equalling that ingenius
little architect ia her production of fine
A rival has appeared to the file des
cribed in my lad, by a Danish maim-
gcr, mounted by a graceful looking ri
der, pranced up the court and entered
the arena, to be sold at public' Vendue.
Tbeie he U, gents,' said ihe auction
eer, 'there he is a -plendid beast, look
at him and judge for yourselves. There
ii an ear, a forearm, a no-tril and an
eye lor you. i nat auimai, gentlemen,
was Knocked down to a gentleman un
der the In miner, less than three months
in and repiicii,
''II gie you a hundred Mid-fifty.'
'Split the ilitllrence,' ses. 1.'
'Done.' sez he.
'The boss is your'n,' sez 1.
'He give me the money, tool, the an
imal, an' that's tlie la-t I've becrn o'
him or that boss.'
'Possible !' exclaimed hi friend.
Yaas. Under all the suckumstnnces
I thoit itwarnt best to keep the beast,
1 i . i
ago, for two hundred nnd eighty dol
lars. Lot I am authorized to-day lo;you Jt.U( ,.0 j lt him go
Aril tin? mil ii'L linn iiiiii" mill I' ill . .iiri .....i.
t nero arc you suing uu
sell tlie liors. let linn nruij' more or
less. He's a beauty, line figure, splen
did action look at him, gentlemen.
Klegant form, prompt diiver, very spir
ited, seven y ars old, gets up well be
foie and behind, splendid taddle beast,
natural gait fifteen miles the hour, trots
a milu in 2.1'2 and altogether he is a
nrcul linive. !' f Which liKt remark on
nm could doubt, for be. viei"hed eleven AN ACCOMMODATING .1U DG K.
" ' - t
hundred pounds. We find the following anecdote in
'How much am I offered for that ' r i.',,,,! Hisim v nf llliii,-.1
Tn those days (from 1818 to 18.10.),
'Whim do you leluin?'
'.Vr- (( jircsenl!' said Scllum, slily
and 1 reckon he wont !
Drawing Room Companion.
beautiful horse?' continued the auction
eer. 'Move him round the rim? John.
Klcant molion ' Here the justice was ndmililslereil m tlie court-
rse stopped short and refused lo budge, without much show, parade, or cercmo
otberinch; though John drove his ' )' Thu Judges were gentlemen of
sense anu learning, wnouau uieir courts
mostly in log houses or the bar rooms
of taverns lilted up l'ov that purpose,
with a tomprary bench tor Judges, and
chairs and benches fur the lawyers and
jurors. At the h'rt Circuit Court in
Washington county, by Judge John
pounds, ornamented externally with the
royal arms of Denmark and views of
public edifices of Copenhagen, cut with
hammer and chissel after the manner
of the grent Shellield file just completed
by II mini lounge. But what enhance
the curiosity of this Danish file is the
fact of its being hollow and containing
a nest of smaller files within its iron
sides. In the first place you draw out
rowels lo the shoulder into his ribs!
'Give me a bid gentlemen, if you
please- that horse mint bo sold;' and
'twenty dollars" was heard from one
corner of the crowd.
'Twenty dollars,' screamed the anc-
tinnef't with a ci.enitni.lv irriniral liioirb.
faettirer. It is a largo Hat file with four I t nm ,(r..r1,i ii10 cinnpnilmu sum nf Reynolds, on the opening the court the
sides of equal breath, and weighing 10 I twenty dollars "cntlemen for that ani- i Sheriff went out into the court yard and
1 I nvln.nnl III. ll. - . .
mat. Are there no sausage. niaUers in
this congregation 1 I am offered only
twenty dollars I But ve do our busi
ness here upon honor: and as 1 said,
the horse, must be sold, so I accept the
'Twenty dollars. I am offered twen
ty dollars. Twenty dollars, twenty
twenty sivo thirl vV twenty dollars
i. . . . . . . '.,. ...i i i' ;.. .1...
Iwpnlv itiil I hn.iv lliii-tv V I'm nf. WHO, WIIOll SllOU lor lllsll UC.IIOOS lo IIIO
a largo round file, which, in its turn, fL.rc(j 0I,)y twenty dollars givcrre? jury on points of law, would ruli his
disgorges several others, all of them 'Pwenly dollars did I hear five? ' head and the sides of his face with his
hollow and acting as depositories of oth--J Twenty dollars give two and a half ? hands and say to the lawyers.' V by gon
er files still smaller. There are about 'iV(.ntv dollar's -v one Shall 1 tleinen, the jury understands it ; they
a dozen, all emhowelled within Iho 'rub- j,,lvu twenty one ? Twenty if that'.- I,lifcl 110 in-truelions ; no doubt they
her,' the smaller of the tubular files be- ! ,im iitiSt ,i(n'vl', llc ,,0li gentlemen ! , wil1 'lo justice.' This same judge pre
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ing an men aim iiu.mui iun. " 1 Twenty dollars going ! Twenty, only
ingenious laoncaior is mr. . and who's tho buyer i
said to the people, "Boys como in, our
John is going to hold court." This was
the proclamation for opening court,
' In general the Judges were averse
to deciding questions of law. They did
not like tlie responsibility of offending
one or the other parties. They prefer
red to submit everything ihey could to
be decided bv tho jury. I knew one
scot." She donned her specks, and
sat down to consult Dudely J.caviit
about the fact, and she found .the was
riht ; while the wind howled around
the house 1110-t di jtnally. I'athlind
AN I'XMIO l'K UF .1 LTKK I'SUN.
Mr. F.tatilmrv, in Ait'ntr'a "Home
I uazettc, relates the lollowtti sticc
. dote of the agc of Motilu'ello :
j He had prvehed his country seat
, on a mountain height, commanding
a magnificent prospect, but exposed
to the sweep of wintry winds, and not
very convenient of access. Not far
from jyonticello, a.ul within the
bounds of his estate, was a solitary
and lofty hill, so situated as to he ex
posed to the b!aats of two ciirn nts of
wind, coming up through valleys on
different sides of it. Mr. Jefferson
thought this would bo an admirable
position for a wind mill ; and having
recently invented a model for a saw
mill, to he moved by vertical sails, he
sent for an engineer, and submitted
it to his judgement. The man of
professional science examined the
plan, and listened with profound at
tention ami deference to Mr. Jelfer-
son's explanations of it, and to his
eloquent illustration of the advantage
it would secure ; having heard him
through, and being asked by the
philosopher, "What he thought of it ?"
he replied, with groat sinceiity, that
it was a most ingenious idea, and was
decided'y the best plan for a new
mill he had ever seen. Jefferson was
delighted ; and forthwith entered in
to a written agt cement for the elec
tion of such a mill on the neighbor
ing height. The work went bravely
on ; tho inventor very frequently
mounting his horse, and riding over
to see how it proceeded. When the
frame was up, and the building ap
proached its completion, the engineer
rode over to Montieello, to obtain a
supply of money, and to get some
Inecliotis about tho saws, .leltcrson
pt him to dinner ; and when the
cloth was removed, and ivino sat upon
the table, he turned to his guest, and
with an air ol much satisfaction, exclaimed,
And so,' Mr. , you like
bout Ihe oU'ending and su-picimii ease , .A3myft ,lCOp dim 11 among the. loot
to look wise, and at the same time hold
their noses. The Coroner considered
ihe hu-iuc-' awhile, and then decliiiid
it in behalf of the city lu-peclor, one ol
who-c aid, accompanied by the licrdth
Warden, soon app'oached the mvsle
lioiis ia:'kii"e. The box was with con-
of tho old tree, ami nhu never ciimo
The old l.i ly told (h Mnry to tho
miniilcr. and Ike vouched for it, 'rvt
the good man shook bit head inciedu
loiislv at ihe Jidea of iho suicide, and
looked at the buy. Ho very evidently
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-i.i.-raiiie uiiuciiiiy opc.uc.11, unc i siicn . tllld01.jtOl,d I4)U ,)l0 ,.a, ,,.,,,,
.lllllllll'l .-UK II IIIIII' UU III ilS.,UWIll lliltl-
dclightci! the uoie ol Listnahiigo, when
ee gave 1 bat singular lecture at Bath'
For awhile ibe iudouiitnble officials
scarcely (land to itppioach. but sum-
Cy moil, of ihu lUston IVsl. iliccur-
ind cologne, they did , sua on I ho subject in the folio wimi verv
so after aw Idle, and found wonderful imprcsjiv 0 manner :
lo rclule not the bodies, but .-ever.il
broken bottle of the. hodrate of am
moiiia. A'. Jiceniiiy ',.
l'.vTl'.loTts.M. A Yankee gentle
man, conveying a lliitish friend a
round, to view the different objects
of attraction in the vicinity of Bos
ton, btought him to Bunker Hill.
They stood looking at the splendid
shaft, when the Yankeo said, 'That
is the place where Warren fell.'
Ah!' replied ihe I'Tnglisniaii, evident
ly not posted up in local historical
matters; 'Did it hurt him much?'
'Is there any character in life m in
teresting as a young and be.iiiliful will
ow ? Not a llu ly, coipictish one, who,
evun amid her sorrows, has an eye to
liiltire wedded happiness with anoihur,
but one of genuine heart, wcddul lo her
husband's urn, pen-dve, but not tad, her.
grief softened 10 a plaudhefs
ti V'nt 1111 I niri,
Sn' , -IimiIi.i t. ami ili-nniii
'I inel one of tin,, fashion lail week
Her sorrows had seivcd only lo soflcii.
her chai ins, as age mellow i a picluie
Her brilliant eyes, which I have oil
limo seen dance with iov. had hist main
The native looked at him, with the I of ihcir power. bm ihey were moru sub
expression uf fourteen I'ourtli of .In I dued they seeincd lo be looking be
lvs in his coimteuauee, 'Hurt him !' I 'old ''' n''ax,!i longing to join her liego
said he, 'iio was UlL J, mc.' 'Ah ! ' ''"'J '" 0"0 l,,,'m;i1 'f "odded love.
he was. e!i V said tho htrauuer. still . " :-'"" "u-iianu men,' nul
eyeing the monument, and compu
ting it-height, in hi-own mind, lay ;
er by layer ; 'well, 1 should th'nk he
would have been, to fall su far.' Tho
iifilW-ii Ini'ii liw lili- bill it ifjlv'ii hmi n I
good opportunity to enlarge upon the
j glorious events connected with the
oill and the benefits therefrom (low
. iug for our somewhat extensive conn-
and SJtn talked hiuuclf into good
sided at a court in which a man named
Green was convicted for murder, and
ANEW ClU'SADE FOB THE BE
COVERY OF THE HOLY LAND.
It is slated, in a Irrtc number of the
'Allgeme'm Zeitung, that the Austrian
Ultramontaine party is preparing con
siderable difficulties for Prince Schwort-
Kcnbcr". br its zeal for mi object which
the Chrisiian world has abandoned
the rccoTcry of Jerusalem and the llo
lv Scnulcbre from thu hands of the Ma
liotneloui. Tho purpose of the cru
sades is to bo revived, but it is to be
pursued by the way of diplomacy, not
by war. It is stated that the Catholic
powers with the connivance of Austria,
intend to obtain possession (it is not
precisely defined how,) of all tho fn
ercd ipols of thu Holy land, which will
then be made over to the Catholic
Church. The Order of the Holy Sep
ulchre will be raised lo tho importance
possessed by the Knights Templars.
Thn Vonl. is in be the Grand Master,
and one Trincc of every Catholic state
of Europe is to be created Grand Pri
or. . ,
The movement, as far as it can be
tolled one, is probably caused by the
Increasing influence of the Greek eh.
in the East, under the support of Bus-
Bia. That church, too, lias mauc 1110
lor, a file manufacture! at Copenhagen 1 Solium John Scllum,' said our n became his unpleasant duty to pro-
the place of bis nativity. His father, j fijynd, ' nnunco sentence upon the culprit. lie
who died List INovemljer, was a lur- . 'John Solium, twenty dollars,' said . called tlte prisoner uotorc mm ami said
mingham file smith, who adopted that 1 ,)0 auctioneer, you've got a horse as is ; ' him. 'Mr. Gieen, the jury say you
city as his place of residence many 1 u j,,,,. y-,.. Solium, and the fortunate , iWi o"'1'' of murder, and the law says
years ago. Tho file i- got up express- jolm iJoru his n,:l,ificut charger a- )'ou 10 '"""K- 1 wnllt )'ou al111
ly tor the great Kxliioiliou. I way in tiiumph !' all your luemis down on inuian erccK
A very uniiiuo ca-.e of cutlery, by a ! ' r,.... ,i.,v anliconoenilv an old ae-' t0 know that it is not 1 who condemn
Shellield house, has ak-o been broii"lit 1 .,;.,. .ii,n ;,. ii. ,.-,r .,,ryou, it is the iui y and the law. Mr.
into notice. There are -10 pieces of , inqlim.d about his purchase. 'Got that
cutlery, knives and forks and spring . ilorsc yati j0i, ?
knives, made trom the solid and ivory .. s0i E0i,i ,;m mi.lic-a John, dri-
hnfted. J lie smallest iitur is minor , iv
.... . 1 i, 1 "
fclUlllUS VII III! Hltll UIV. .!.,
G.what time would you like to be hung?
iho law allows you turn; for prepara
tiou.' Mr. Green said, 'may it please
"So soon? What for?"
ycur honor, I urn ready at any time I
! those who kill the body have no power
the extreme of the haft to the point of yal noibin' in narlieular ; but 1 . kill the soul. My preparation is
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the blade,) can be put into the tube or didn't rauey that critter, nil things con
an ordinary tobacco pipe. The sizes sidered.'
increase gradually up to four inches o-
ver all. All of these have been made
'He was sound, wasn't he?'
"Wal I reckon ho -wasn't. That
made, and I am ready al any time the
The Judge replied, 'Mr. Green, it is
is a very serious matter lo be hung ; r
by a Mr. Oliver, some of them 20 years ; . . 1 tai'iaiM h,. uasn't. Shovv'd ' Ciln'1 ''appn to a man but nice in his
back, and have cost an amount of per-, vt,,.y 0()(i i,i1U;k till 1 "ot him into I'f'N iU"' had better take all the time
severance inconceivable to any lint those U'li-hin. 'ion street, afier I left thu Bnz- '"" fe'1-''- Clerk, look ul the
,(!, 1 almanac and tec w hether tins day tour
weeks comes oil Sunday. 1 lie LlerU
looked as directed, and repoiled that
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fliiill uaj juui ii;i-i-,- 1 iiui.-iiit .
acquainted wilh the minutirt! of such an a.iirJ but jest opposite the old So
undertaking. On thu right hand side ' hu fuli si.,p m,wii on the pavement.
ol the miniature case is a specimen ot Sho, you don't say so !'
the knives and forks manufactured 100 v.,., ' Blind khi'x'ers. vvns l:iiul
years ago a green ivory China head- 1 iitIt r .ljdt.'t mind that, so 1 took him Then said the Judge, 'Mr. Gieen, the
ed round point knife, and spoon shank i.nm ....,1 ,.5,..l him no a Huh-. V.,t ' court will give you only lo this da
fork. Antiquated articles they certain-, ; :.. .. :,, I1L,X, ,jav : wouldn't start 'uur weeks.' The ea.-e wa? iroeeiilei
ly are, and as compared with the cut- ..! (:.,v(.,i him. drawe.l him run' by James Turney, the Attorney dener
a hotwire in his ear, wolloped him, , woo mierposcu ami sai.i : -.uny 11
and so forth; nnd finally built a fire un-' P'-'iso tho court, on occasions ot this
lerv inaiiulactnred at this time, look
woefully shabby. On the left hand
side is a specimen nf table cutlery man
ufactured fifty years ago the knife
round-point, and foil: straight prong,
turned bolsters, and silver pi.-tol-hafted. 1
This was the style in 1800. ihe top
nart of the case is occupied by somo
choice specemens of carving knives
in the newest design. The first is a
poMessfcn of tho Holy Sepulchre a spc- t nf mo carvers. knife, fork, and , ijiltni,' Throw'd
iini.jH.uH, steel, in lawn s leei, moumen anu snou U , kJ intur lhu ll0is
1 Rvria. y.iereu bv tlieir . m ll. ..,!- ii .i;...,w,,l nut I . . , ,
scone nronss. Above these
Ul Vvliiwl nf iu
other lccalities ip Syria, sacreu oy men .(i .Uvcr
associations. During the two past years, hnnk anJ
v-1,!ti dm nnbtical oovvcr 01 I lie 1 apai 1
goTernment was prostrated, tho Greek j Jct .(J efep,ant's tusks, the smallest ever
church are said to have made great pro- tnown to i,aVe been imported into Shef-
. .....rii.,f fit.. 111.
greu, anu arc Rruuuuii dujuhhs
ilueace of the Latin church.
The feud between the two churches
hive long been of the most bitter kind,
and in Jerusalem, it well known,
fuwe grown to a scandulous excess a
mirvrd of Turkish soldiers alone keeps
Beacc between them on certain fcsti
in the church of the Sepulchre.
The German state that the Oreek
,i.-.:. i.cn rtnllv obtained the pre-
poodcratinn influence in Jerusalcm.and
fr.,ri. nftbe Austrian ulra-
CatlwUc to recover the lost ground,
7n u .. i, il.n ilccllcd opposition
Will 4v Mil- w J
of Uic Emperor cf Kussia, practically
Se Pone of the Greek church, rnnce
e.i ti.onirn' U not over zealous in
Xr".Tf (. Austrian 1'ielisU, and
will probably supprcw the wholo plan
r .. 1 ,liMf.nilv incon-
u toon as n ucw"1 i
ventent. .V 1' Conner and Lnq.
field. The tusks arc respectively o, y
and 10 inches in length. The blade of
tho carver is IC inches in length, in
the centre of the blade, in gold letters,
is the word "Venison, enclosed in scroll
work. OcitnUJie American.
LiTTLK Thorns. Tho swetcest,
the most clinging affection is often
cd.ra-Pii bv tho slightest breath of un-
the delicate rings ami
tcndriU of the vine are agitated by
tho faintest air that Hows in summer.
An unkind word from one beloved, of
ten draws blood from many a heart
dor him; all no use ; cunniu' cuss--!-rl " " uiual l01' coul'ls 10 pronounce
sot richi down 011 thu nilo of li..hted i tormai sentence ; to rem mil the pns-
shaviii's, and put it out !' "n(T f 'u perilous situation; to reprove
Here his friend smiled. "im lor his guilt, and to warn htm ag
That wasn't nothin' tho. Wi to amt the judgment in the world to come
"et inter the waifin. and ho stalled fore To which the Judge replied, 'O, Mr.
1 gathered up the ribbin! Went about Turney, Mr. (ireen understands tho
Ihree. rods or'ad. am stout afin 011 ck- " uoie inauer -, uu nu uu nas iroi 10
. .. . . . ... r- 1 1... 1 1..... 1 i r
1 UIO OUl OVer H'lii. juh innivnuuiu ii ..1.. uiucil
iron,,, Ijii.l;. don t vimr 'let, said the prisoner.
bisself out of the shafts, and run a mile 'men, ilr. hheriil, let the prisoner be
before we ketched him. Brought him remanded and adjourn court,
back, put him in the stall low stable ! - -
got out of his reach, an' then began to
wiiaio im. i nen ne kickcu till agin;
knocked the tloorin through over head,
'1 do, bir, indeed, very much ; it
is certainly one of the greatest im
provements 111 the construction ol a
avv-mill 1 ever witnessed."
You thin I; tho sails arc k hung
that it caiinos fail to work well ?"
"Certainly : it must work, it vau't
"And there s always wind upon
that hill ; if it docs not come up one
valley, it is sure- to come up the oth
er ; and tho hill is so high and steep
that there is nothing to interrupt the
full sweep of the wind, come which
way it will. You think then, on the
whole, that the thin
complete success ?"
HOW IKE DUOl'BED THE CAT.
'Now Isaac,' Said Mrs. l'aitingioii,
as she came into tho roum with a bask
et snugly covered over ; 'take our Tab
by and drop her somewhere, and see
that she don't come back again, for 1
am thed and sick of driving her out of
llii! buttery. She is the ibievinest crea
ture! But don't hurl her. Isaac ; only
take care she don't como back.'
Ike smiled as she received hischarge,
and the old lady felt happy 111 gelling
rid of her trouble without lusuiting to
to violence. She would ralher have
endured the evil ol the cat, gieat as ihe
evil wa-', (linn that the pour quadruped
should be. inhumanly dealt wilh. ,Shc
.-aw Ike depart in the d'H; of ihe eve
ning, and watched him until he became
lost lo view in the shadow of a tree.--
It was full half an hour hofoio he re
turned wilh his empty basket, and an
uniisiril glee uiaiked hi.; appeal aueo-
it spmUed iii his eve, il glowed in hi
eheek, il sported in hi-hair nod Ike
looked really hand.-ome, a.s he .-.tin,.) hi:
fine the dame and proclaimed the re -.ul:
of hi- mission.
'Did she drop easy, Isaac ':' a-l.ul
1,'eailh hut a bright ornament, bur
Heaven gamed a saiul. A tear ol
sorrow stood in the widow's eye, but :i
gleam of religion- hopo ami resigna
tion mulled it away. ! need not tc II
you,' continued I, '1I1.1I search ihewido
world, you cannot Ibid hh fellow ; you
already know that full well.'
'The fair bei caved one clutched un
hand convulsively. I had touched lb',
right chord naiuri' biu-.-t limb a ,.y
torrent of tear.- gii-hc.l lioiii her cyc.-i
like unlo an earthquake heaved bur
breasteven the 'eountei feit jiiesenti
ment' of Niobe upon her cameo scorn
ed lo catch the -ofi in fee. ion,' and lain
alabaster tear-, and in sweet and biolr-
en accents llm hi'.'iiiiifnl nwiiirn r.....
sobbed out 'I'll bet 1 do!'
A Ilrr. In "ye olden I vines" tho
meeting houses were fitted with two
galleries, one for each sex. A min
ister at Newbury was interrupted 0110
Sunday in his scimoti by a talking
He stopped short iu his discourse,
and remarked that ho wished that
talking would cease iu the gallery,
directing his eye at the same time to
the. women's tide whereupon a ven
erable spinster arose ami said that ii,
was not in tlie'n galery, but 011 tho
men's side. "1 'ui ghi'.l of it, then,"
replied the parson, "for then it will
he likely .o stop the sooner,"
How 10 no IT. There i.i good
sound icnse in the following advice to
young men and women, who arc think
...... ,c 1 . i . i'
iug 01 uiairimoiiy. 1 1 is irom an ar
ihe old lady, looking upon him kindly. , l''.'le by grant Thornhiirii, in the lust
'and wont .-he conic back ?
'She dimmed iu-t as eav,' -aid Ike,
cannot fail of' Jelling his basket drop on the 'lloor, and
shying his cap upon the lable, some-
"I should think so, sir, hut fur one whai endangering a g!as lamp with a
wooden boliom that stood Ihereou ; hhc
drooped ju.-t as cay ! and -he won't
como back, yoiPmay bet high on llial.'
But you did'ul heal and mangle her,
I-aac, did you ? I ('you did I should be
Irani she'll come nack ami haunt 11-, 1 ve
"Ah! what's that ?"
"I have been wondering in my
own mind how you are to jtt uj ijour
y .j. . 1 . 1 1 1 ii. uu sue 1. iiiuiij ii.iiii iiini iu. inn 11-, 1
ticueiauii inievi hii ina iiiimir, mm i,,,,.,! ,,f C1,, il,;,...-.' d,,. liW,.,l
eyes : "I never llmnght of that." anxiously in hi-fae'e,but deleeiiug ihere
j ue nun was nnanuoiieu, 01 courac. ,,o traces of guilt she patt.d him on Ihe
. bead, and palled his hair and told him
Ht'NdAUi.VNS AND l'oi.r.S. Hy the to sil down and rat his supper which
Inst arrival from England it is aunouiie- lhu joung man did with considerable
ed tbatalaree body of lluuaiians and unction.
number of the Hume Journal.
'There is nothing to be gained in
dangling for a twelve mouth after a
sensible woman, talking unmeaning
stuff words without wi,dom. Tell
her your wish (icj a man, and nyt,
like a blubbering school boy. Hho
will never trille with your aifectious,
and ifthere are three grains of com
mon seusj in your ni'ieklu carets 1,
she will be your own before a mmth
has passed." See the history of Re
beeea, iu Genesis, L'lth chapter, 2"tt
verse : When Abraham's servant,
had coi cluded the j rcliiniimry con
tract with Mrs. Laba'n, 0:1 tlie part of
'l.-aac! 1-aae'.' .-creamed Mrs. 1'ait.
ingion, al the foot of the liule stairway
,1 ... 1. ..1 .. !.. :.. .. 1 ii... 1 . 1
Illill I'.'l I'l IIIU lltlll ii ii'-i 1. III!' ll'l V -11.-1 'I , ' 1 1 . . . , . . ..'
the next morning after the above 00 ! illSi U!: U:l'1 'r'"gbt him, hut ho was
' curreiicc. 'J saai: i' 'and he sum came
down -tails slowly rubbing hi- eyes a
he came. Shu had di.-tuib'.d his morn
Isaac,' said the, 'what is that bung
ing yonder to a limb of our apple-Hoc?'
ue .-cnitering tree, as she said, consti
tuted .her whole, orchard, unless she
"Cease, rude Bolus, blustering rai
cr," said Mrs. Partington, as she
reached out into tho storm to secure
a refractory fihutter, and the wind
I tttidtsuT in onil nvtirwriiidlirtfl ItAt llirtif
Mi 1 1 1.1 I i UllVU ill uuu v,rtunnuiguvu tui 41 ttv.
d.00r. .W"f 'V. L. :f...!,c"' ! and shumcd to tho door, and fatmed
the fire in tho grate, and rustled the
cr.Hco flounce upon tho quilt, and
stove his shoes oil', broke his halter,
and then run back inter the stable floor.
down went his hind les clean lo bis
hips. There 1 had him foul !'
Yes. vou did.' reolied bis friend.
'1 eot a niece o' Hank, and I lam'd contemptuously shook Mrs. Partin
him for 'liout ten minits; w't n I'll bo j ton's night jacket as it hung airing
hanged if he didn't 17 it mid and kicked 'on the chttir by the fire, end flirted
himself out of the hoie. Next morning! her cap border a3 she looked out uon
tounu mm sweiieu up as oig as two the night. It was a saucy gust.
"How it blows !" said fahe, as she
shut down the window ; "1 hope hca
i.v...i......i. 1 ..i.i.-..i 1
IIU Sill 1113. iiuuuvii ?iv;i I 11 U IUI JIV.11
line all over him, an' (he ungrateful
rascal kept trvin' to kick me for't.
gave him nothin' to cat for eight days,
.... ..... . , avt. mm !,.,
which, would uety me y"-'"1- and the swelling went down again !
hatred, or the keenest cage 01 Took him out o' the stable, and found
dictive 6atiro. Ivay, mo Eiiaue, 1110
gloom, of the face familiar and dear,"
awakens grief and pain. These arc
him lame, lehind-
Bui, ou a clcscr c.xamis
Ui-'tl. S'.C 1;0
Poli-h refugees from thu late sli.ugglo
in Hungary had ariived iu I ,i v 1 ej o.l,
bound for America, but on their arrival
from Turkey they were met by a depu
tation from the Loudon democratic cum
rnitlec, who have induced ihem lo re
main in England, iu order, a- ihey .-ay.
to be at hand in ca.-e their aid should
be required lo assist iho democratic
cause in eilher France or Hungary.
The English government have so far,
naid for the boa id, lodimi" and other
rufinisitHi nf tlif.an men. nnd. in :i:b!i. ' counted the poplar bv the corner.
lion oll'ei eii'hl nounds to everv man' I can't see .-0 far oil',' said Ike, blill )
who will go to America. A few of ihe rubbing his
Hungarians have accepted the oil'.-r.bui 'Well, I should ihink it w.-b a cat ;
the Poles all refuse. Tlx; local m -'-'is 1 and it looks to me like our Tabby. Oh,
t rates and the mayor of Liverpool have 1 J-aael it you have Hone uu-. ami a
had several interviews with thorn to ' tone ukiii 10 iiorn-r ireinuieu 111 ner
persuade them to emigrate. Public ! voice
meetings have been held to rai.-e sub-1 'I'll go and se.e if it's her,' said Ike,
scriptions for them, and it is proposed , a if "ot heating the la-t pan of her
to have an atnaH-nr peifomanco in ihe 1 remark, and he da-lwd out ot the door;
Theatre Boyal for their benefit. Tln-y but soon eanr; back, wilh wonder depic
are t-aid to be a fine body of men, and led 011 every feature of hi- countenance,
their quiet and ordei ly conduct iu Liv- 1 'Oh, it's hei ! mix cnoiigh.'.i'j her ! cried
erpool has, it is also said, shed a lustre ', ''-. '"" 1 l'1 diop hei ."
upon their cau'.-, and made an impress- j ''' H, bow could bl e c-jinc there
ion in their favor whijh will not soon s ll"-" ?' and the good (JJ lady looked
be forgotten. ! puzz'ed.
I 11 tell you now I gues- 11 wa-,ai.l
1 1 1 . . . 1.
ner uaughier, to liecome the wile of
ljaae, the old man was anxious to get
home to show hi:; master the bunny
vcu will keep the poor sailurc safe,
who go down on the sea in vessels ;
and the poor, Gol bless 'cm! the
poor indignant creatures that have
none of the comforts of life a3 we
have poor crcaturci v,h. ar. f.rad
A Fkaiiil-i. tijih is Tin: Cl'-toji
Hol'SK. Dtitd Ifudici Su'jitcttd. The
Coroner was hastily summoned to the
corner of Exchange place and New st.
yesterday, by one olficcrs of the custom
lo inrestigate concerning certain de-id
bodies, supporcd 10 be contained in a
ca;cm:k;df: C O-.rhmu U
Ike, looking deniuiely up, 'I ue- she
committed suicide, beeau-: wo wa- go- (
ing lo drop her ;Jihuy ari dreadful know- J
ing critter, you know.' J
True enough,' n plied 'ihe old lady,
while something like a tear glutcned in
her eve her pity wa, cxciicd; ltu e
1.011 ." plied '.U: -ii kHy 'and I iarc
iiiu i in leuiaiu a n:w nays, to recruit,
himself an 1 his e iniaN. ffo pcrsist'trig,
it was finally referred to tho daughter.
' We will call the. damsel, and enquire
at her mouth,' sai l the mother. When
Bebecc.i appeared, her mother risked
'Wil'. thou go with this man?' Be
beeea lepikd 'I will go.'
There was a noble girl for you. No
tear shilling from her black eyes no
whining nor simpering make-believe,
nor miick.itiode.-iy, but what her heart
wished, lu r lip, tuin-eil. Like an hoii-e-t
maiden, she replied, ! will go.' Now
youn Indies, go ye ami do likcwi.c.
When the man whom you prefer befuru
nil others iu the woild, says 'Will you
go with me?' answer, ! will go
By the bye, l.ulie, when you wish to
lead a true, pimple and un-ophiscated
love story, read over iLu twenly
fourlh chapter of OelicjU.
Water proof shins are coming into
fa-hiou. The bo-oms an: made of shen
iron, and the rutMu consists of a hand
raw with ihe teeth BCt wide.
" Pray, Mm. C." caid a gentleman,
tho other ..-veniiig, "why are lnlie so
fond ul'otlicer'." 'lluw 'lupid replied
Mii C, 'is it not perfectly uatuiul and
proper that 11 lady .-le.ul'i HL'.' a g'd