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af .4brf btf Wwim wrtJt tbaoa,
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JOB 1 HINTING OMCK
ZR ramlttittl eellh Slab moat artirvrl
Mumfc 4 la lae an, md . ant by etdi
sa n an) vrietiel earbiae,te nref-arrd Vi eie
rut at a -r. auekre, eei raj (k aaaH hiffI frfwt IuIh
aj ail ktaala, hm llaUrtal MuatuMfet abort dux n.
All klaidi vaaii fcfrltaliftf KlbiUtma,
A!talaal4a4fcr fAlrait lU ' IhaWta,
11 kl4aaaW fcf 11iftrK4 I eiaaitawa,
Ad ka4 aa4 fet JInigfltaa.
All il4a aa4 hj KMnit,
All kl4aa4 Wf rtalva.l ItoaWla,
All kl4aaa llu.kaalW.
All kla4a mt4 M Prkxaula a) tc4llaa,
AD IMi a4 kr rMI l)V.,
AH kl4a a4 Iff Mkaiailalllra4.a,
All kiftja a)a4 kf DkfvrrfaarfMiala,
All ki4 Irj r'"l'ff
All ktftM4 kf KotmI AaUm,
All kl4 Ha4 ffKliia)U(
All klfi4l a4 W MkMirkfwrtra.
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All 1 lB.it ja4 fcjr lnawM.a I IffWa.,
All l4a a4 tf Kimu Mf,
All klaj4t'-fc)r rrolaaloft.l ilnt
AllkkaM k) Mbarur rWaatM,
All kl4)w4 kl Uauwlkara l j,
kll khbUrtl-laia 4 rtwr ri.ll ). ll.a
allTr.l Tr4M ia4 (fMalnAi faaafklll.
CAHIi AS II 1IILI.KT PKISTIKd.
lllt.VTIMi IN t'OMJUH.
CUTS FURXISII1) TO OltDKlt.
MMahldf lb ntaad ik fmiinitllfJrlti rfulu,
kikfit MtJth4 Mil (mi la UikkliMM Ifeai hat
lt ( jf1tM W ll i mmIi rf mtm thU Mr r4u
tatw4 wH& nltiM I ' lbnt iadivMwtl vaUrffiM
la 4Mr4 pa. Tha ,nl f ta aya mmtttvtly 4
Mtlthl nui u U,ia aaC4Mla huiarM lttAtJ ,
m Ntntc 1 14 a uaailtirnM. ta WTTtt (L Cuatutncri
t otl k Man' aiWa If ba 4?n tjnttly 1
MtJ tiU Um( writil tattiag hi kt,MU 1
kauwm. H ail tit u mU 1iUI ca4I ibd pUr il
wfttitr a WhU
kM Ih a vary rlaty nf tutor
Book and Pamphlet Printing
v Iftta tlaa'pailrl ! t Iov raUi.
II U ihIm ti raaiurau faribr. All wwiltuilba
oa riffiOi, Mf4tKMil) t al f hl) J a (air 1
hat af niMm pairwaat i ff-f tf'tf 4(rtlis4 n
tbra r4wkkikv AIWfa a44rM4 bilb (ru(iikjr 1
of tb IraJ4 will rarlv wtwipt (talk,
f i iirm:v.
rnillt trial r ctlilrUl raaucdUI pr
( 1, araiivai, tifntiUm tlik turaacb and arery d-
nfajMi irf KhtaaialM Cuiafilaiau, ia alr4f 11
fc a a4 atm4 lbrzHuvl lha litiud Mala U
rvqttir aay laaffllf botk f ll taraimmM rlrtaea.
Ilri4ict hi briu ItMarablaand ditrata(
4iAta In ta tjaUm, a4 iiaad aarivall4 la ih
Itbtfaiity of a4Kla.
IV 4 H'4 yrtfpnw la Ntak aiMjualift-M afatctuaatt,
f w lva a auatrata btbm fuM'w, tut lmvl ia
Ixiuf1 taW RM iMlrtt dtri,
i prwurt rrm lb Ac a la ib4r tltitrr- a tltctilar,
aa4 tMi4alr a4 lb cliNiy vf llw H Jk hat
lpTttr4 Ha ial4bU caratltr rwfi, but td
wfHalda riUjaMUi aaYalfai, o Ihtt the
iata.al may aiaaaata (fow lb mntaja b4 ( a
fwhich witlaatikfy Ih M(IiiKr4iluraftti ihi
br Mb U ropatubwi mT I hi Rrmr4f la crnala f.f
W4a(atJa4a4 WnualMtlo lb Tt-yt"r; who
will ar(.u4 ri7 la form a 1 1", a4 furaitb aama f
tia4aal4 cbararfr frmn vr arrima wf lli Ualoa,
a4aitiaf Imm( thani aura f ll imiI mtnnl
f byaariaiM, Clrrr IWllura, bI pruiaiatnl rill
aa.rtt4ria lb fUb.l.l aa4 alArary pflbrw
4r Uyaaa tb ttwb f 4Mibt dUimil.
fa a r(Kabl. aitfarl, aa lalafaal in4f, pfpri4
tftiy M thi am4iraMt anJlhU it wlft rura la
ity (utm, JataMMialokr (.ci) c (b(OMtc,iioiual
Itf 4 baw b( taaUac.
IU4 t Ralla4 by rtl.M - MOR-T.
Tba a Una bat at driila
THE Oil EAT ALTERATIVE,
1U.O0U I'UKIFVKIU (
TMa lafavtatfcU tlrt(W uhuibl a fV
lanlf whmtil Utfu4ar4. anrrM,4aat4 lb
Ut f aaf pbl prrpwalmt bmarbl b.-f hm ptrb
III Tb MtulUft4 UKaa4a b bi w4 K, a4
t.a labl4 UimMTflMiatflala tuirit4ira
AnA ItalrlHC ht 7rui UyUmfi
now hfXa!4 It lb trarU a NkMia lb mI 4
lrwf ttnua bnawa to lb Mauna M4Ua fkfM
aUaxa iba fM ia4laf la lb tvfaUMi aa4
frarnbtf aalb a-l flrilv
. UUmitvt and HUvd lurifyrtrr known,
iaralfU,(Utal ftaMUtr a4 Namma Alia,
Ma4a4-b rV w f lata l(4t (Vlrnw
4 rrflml ' tb tMWt, rurjf la lb K.4,
ll! racy rlpMt" lb Hrl, trH Itoaalta.
IC, rrMi'iVM ft M N'Tta Hvlaia f .Nata,
.Nijbl "aiiliK ffKtbau af Iba I!, iaa4-t
HMiMtflWlii.l y,lrataau, frfrlanlto,
MKiatt tb raMlMa i-liia l)li) i4 Itw-,
UatiJAaf b .rvw (; al, CalaaaMiM v4ikh
f M4anrtffba tioM l I ra r4if jr
IimmwH bf tb Ma4 lblal4iai.
THE HALM OF G I LEAD.
Ktlallr la K'kaialr
I a attf f BMara-M a akMaaa 4 lik, ll lafawiaaM.
Ikaalf fe laf fcMkaal aa f-ai -f kfM t tarW fW
aaarMMf4aMl4a.raNTraAfia4 aa4af Ika Km
laakMalta UW " ".lakaailMka."
. MrrB r1k4 1h4lfl UiaaUla tkr
lira la tawltaf MUM aaaKWal k uu. a4 tka lat.
aaialai a4-Mpt-kf. lakkftk k-lll . tWh
Ia4 4 tiialrtf W Ika thij ufralkIM k
aaUaMalata4aa.aalatlaaa 44a.a.la, alKaflkv
Iba caaaaajeaum la k S
Ha atreanb. ea4 La.i-.ru a f War ul laeallk u4 baaaif
Tbi ka a NeaaoM tkylau, 4abMa u uka, ea4
ailkr(.U aaia U Uaarll. aaf alala a4 Maitk,era
Vj lb kaaae 4latkte laatfcb. a bJ4
v. O. aaflee ftr lUitU.
H) aU bf (trai f Wka far.ll. WbeJeikle
kuoal HraaH Vrl ba mm4mI aa elaaak oaikM
niMI MfIf, AlsW.Uk4 IVaaklaiva
lli.aei. Haktaa4, Vk.
U'. V. k.m A.NIIKK aV OraiaMa,
Vk-lf Na, I kUalar .1 . aa llaaae ' New tMb.
JOHN C. ill L. I. r. it's
raleat FuUlnp, Washing and i
L'HUJtXISO MAVHIXES. I
fl'ara V'a,4ealaj., kaaataaai rerba.f4
L Ik rLL. Mp a aaaaaia.aar a4
aa) Iba I'altaa
1. keapilTi I II I r-r " '-- Iba. aaef ba
aaraajajabaajiai UIL f lie a e. .aka, aa aa) a.
ta-arltaJ tral-a I larba. I aiLk ka.
.aaaa. II. Uat Var awa,-La, tMlaW
.1 aa4aa..wakareMaaaa. JAkil H. HtlkNKTT.
beaaivai . L, Maa Ik, IkTJ.
We, eka aaUaa4ka4, bkLa aa klaWe
Tevewl W aakaaai Hvkw. aa . aaa-aalaU; Maaaral
MkfeiBBeaelkaVeBka4 a 4 aa-e,aa Maabaae
1 aaa e ba. r.t a 4, ea4 aekaal faaOOeal
Wl lto. allto earrtaalr aa.l. k.4 aM IU Mbaa.
mHaiUbl Ml be.eb-aa kr-aU
awl kaark4- W ibaw kiaf ta Mali bar aa
eaai tt aa. eaaaa,
eL a aarea,
at a, aee. e.
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eat l. a. eekeaa,
aa a.aea ,ktel,
a, kbae aeefa,
aa kU.k L. aaaak,
aee a a. a.ealeaeae,
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a ta leet
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Crosaett'a Cornet Dand,
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ea neltaew ha Slaame Itaat aeaa aw, Lale-tk.
eaaaa, . aa .eaa teaa eat --afja
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aaaaeart aeaaaaeaa T 14. 1 0' - fT"7
CLOCKS WATCHES JEWELRY,
ciiAiu.HN v.. . ruiiu.i-
eeteea'r AWL, re-.Ja.ru. t, AMtoW. tl
IVk.f lfr.fct,itk.tik .mi Taik.
a.4 Cajnar-aUktxalantakJ. talaa. 7 a
ij A. DTER,
Wia. laktT,Otr.lvi IMk Taai,
VT kla4aaf aaU all, kr .1 aackj .Mak.
iMbaaaau.aurfdM Iaac4rr, nnkalkl tllralH paij
l(ll CI llTIk,
W.VKaflrWBita . . .
CABINET yOHXITCttE, CMAJBS, MAX- f
wtf., .r-kia 'iMMi, ril I L Kli
rRAMCu4 KKAIlY X UlK
Hint oca' BalldU;, Wuhlnrtos at..
" ;p)lON U LinXETIELD,
KA.Vl r.laUtl", AMI IIIILU!I.KA.MI
KirTAIL IKLI.Hj IN IKKnn, l-MUIV,
Rl'IIIIKKK, n.MUM.', J.caVc,
Ho. 4 XirtlMBt'i Sov,
ki;tu.mi, vt 7-1
MUD & MOBSE,
(VIKlLKKd.K AMI ILTMI. IIRI'niMVTa,
ami n.ii.i." i ri:ui i'Mi.Mv i .-v ar
Titi.i,Tm;iv-ii, (noLiJii.it un ii-m,
UIIU.MMI II.fll AMI CAUrillNB,
Calan Ballilng, Xiln Strtit,
Bl'TI.X.Mi, M. 7-1
UEO. H. COLE U CO.,
WIKII.I.-iALK AMI KtTAILllWLKIlH IN IlKV
uooirHiiKori nirj,rKiM-Ki:iii niLVMMi.
TON i:-.AH-.l:lP, l-ARIAN, II1.ANI AMI
dtxim: waki:, iu ih l.MirK, cam.
rm:.M ami iium.m.nu i i.I iii,
t9 1 MkiCAkuu1 Raw, Mtar Ih Djot,
ML'TUIMI, VT. tMr
M. f. DOHHANCE,
.NUr.crtiau ur iiakmiu, fAimLEH
BSHII.IV, ll.ll,TEK!, l-L'CCI.MH.I-.-',
No. 2 Fork Bov
J-l I i SH.NX
inHiKci.i.i.i.H ami m i ir.it,
DtM.l.ll IN PATCH HANfilM- AMI t TI..T
JIKnlCIMM, CIKI1CB rWll l UKUY AMI
lanMfacturtr f nrrra .laaaaik Ink.
A rj(-rk.r AHIilr, Irnli I. .U al VI.lr.ai.
k lnw k. MfiJ latd lak fa III lualktt
2 Doori South or Park Flc,
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H. d. &. A. W, CLABK,
OIMI.I'.IIS IN WA'lVIIKrt, ClaUCKH, JHU KLRV
fll.Vtll H'AHIL J'A.NCV IKKJI1H, fcc,
Perklst' Bttildlng, nou th Depot,
fr Iltfiwimf nmlf a!a. ! alarf aattc', 71
MANTriLTL'RI.B AMI IVIIULCrlAI.K AMI
KKTAII. IIKM.KK IN HAT", CAPM,
I I.KM, ai,J I1CAMV MAUi;
lto. 1 Dtnloli' Block.
7-1 limi-ANII, X
MANl'KUTL'KliK A.NIl IVMOI.IJ" kl.B AMI
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I'.MJHlN.SAiii.r. miu.im:rv ami
Union Building, Kiln Strut,
OU Imrti 4nU am, 71
lABRETT U SON,"
lir.M.IHS IN II AllllU AKI'., IIUV ;ooih,
CROLXKIGrt, CHIM hr.RV, LL, Ar.,
7-1 111,'TlaMI, VI.
BARRETT SON U. Co.
POMMIWl(. MKIICIIA.V1V, AMI IIKAIXlM
IN ll.l)l-R, HALT, IttlJ.N, HfKf.U,
IHIORH, HAHII, CiH.H.'.,
71 Kirn-ANii. vl
" " " MARTIN O. EVERTS,
ATTIIR.NKV A.MI C'(ll'NKI.UIR AT LAW,
AMlrxlLIL'lKlK INCIIAM l:KV.
Office la tho Court Kouio,
7-1 RITUNB, VL
J. 0. FOSTER,
nr. u. Kit is' iii:ahv iaui: cuitiiim;,
l'L'KNIrIIINO llOOlm, HATH, CAri",
No. 2 Xirchinti' Bov,
7-1 uirru.Mi, Vl
WA.NL'l-A(T( lli:il AMI IIKALKS IN BOOTH,
Mlnix, a., if.
Our 0. L. Robklak' Stork,
0f Hrjirimf it mt akarl aatarr, a4 mli wari
CHARLES L." WILLIAMS. " " "
ATT".NBV A.MI rJlJ.Nr)I.LI-lllt AT 1MV,
AMI IXIUCITOH IN riM.MT.RV.
Alaa, a IVmiml.atnfirr kr tlta Hlaua of Main, New
llkmivura. HImmI lalLti4, Cutiarrtirat, New
Vi4k, I'eaa.il.aaik, Oliiu, ladikus,
alMbirkk, Wlacunaia, kbd low l.
ODc la tb Court Uoum,
7-1 KUTLANfl, VL
J. L. STAB1C. Jr.,
ATTIlltNEV AMI IL'.Vr.l.l.0a AT 1.AW,
AMI HOIJCITOR IN CIHNCEItV,
OfSea aetrlr oppoilta tho Stork Bosk,
ATTDRNKV AMI .-OrNlaU-OR AT UW,
AMI fOI-lriTOlt IN CII.U.CCRV,
OSco la Ctuhmia'i BulUlsr ,
7-1 iii.m.vIito.V, vl
J. C. CLEMENT & Co.
MA.NLTACTURI'.IUI A.MI IVIIOI.IJULU ANII
RETAIL IIEALKJM IN A. D. HAfOM
tuniH PATENT mt-MV CI TTEttf,
BEUBCH B. THBALL,
ATTORNEY' ANU COCNSCIjOI .T I.e.tr.r-0.
IJCITOR IN CIHNCERV, AM ..i:VT (OR
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bwa4, l Mbebkll, I a-u
0. L. BOBBINS,
IICALES If IlRV I.OOII", k.R"l'.RII, 1IARU
WARE, tROX. STEEL. ' NAim
2 Doors North of Cc &r H M,
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ATTORNEY AMI IXICNOELOR AT LAW.
OnUo r Bamtt eV Saa'l Storo, Weet-ktree t,
tH HU1L.A.M1, VL
SO. STALE r. Aiea.1
HIM'int'lU AMI lRALJC IN TIN,
aiticr icon ami iiorrzR ivarb.
Aad, tiea, t trla-e Arrae la RatUad (aaalr, Sal Ike
KALE 1P THE FTOE C UXtt
-THE TA rTAR,"
Flnt Dear Eut ot Drer-! Bout.
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LANDON A. OXAVIU.
nr.ktxst i n sMTi c pkovi'loN'.
Ik.e.lw.a, t.Mj, M. eaa.ee feaaee, tea fret.
Hear Ike R b II R & Depa
UACH rSSEkN AHIllT.
e.keaae eareli.le . a.aa a.Haaea. aata ef.
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aara.aalaaeeaaaaaalata'rta, aai ea aauVa
' a4 aaaaa eara-ZaeaiTS ele ke III. It If
w t alOHOLa,
tTTORXHY IVIit'S jeEtJ.S'R ATLUV.
OtlM la tho Conn Bonao,
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ra al Iba Mew Pr( b.r'e enter tie aardaeii
W"itv IL rat vi
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aa, alanaet, I
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r.T - aal Aaeal, Zaad
- eat I - r ty ore.
Til MV JtOTIir.lt.
ei r. m. raw tlx.
Tin eery ee4 ku.alfbl( laafher,
ltlb.e nj 19 tbiaa
71 r'l leal bavjime atj eft,
A4 ell bh hvta be.e flaw a
Pee tkiak leg law I taif e a e. bleat,
Ueaaaih e Haiabrr'a ,.re,
Hew tigbt aijr beert ake abea ebe enulHl,
Na Haa tut aorrow Iberr.
Ob t I a te )7ae Lbeb, banlhrr,
Ab4 klaef I liM ka4 fra ,
Aa4 brlbtel rlaliate o'et lae .tikr,
IH beafaaaae b. ba.
I kaew ih4 a ibe reclaf etara..,
Tbet baa I abwi Lbe kr
Of bib. lMtiek4e bi.lll khaie,
Im1 lemeaate hla bih.
Mf lla ere ljla rvua4, bM.tlir,
Tlva Ifeeauraa .f n; brerl,
biaa aij.taf leaeea eurufl I've turn),
I 4M.I4 atu) Irian (beta pen.
Hut tliajr traiela Umi,aaa4 imjw,
A ad la riaifuakut ley-,
My tlHrurlit. ere 4eik and eirtfK to nlgM,
An4 BD4rruif ler ea e).
1 raeJVba fay knj light, mother,
Tbraw emllee ..f lore eruaa4,
.4 All ilbji the been, uf UamMi
1 kt. e a lib lu. e infiirHl.
Ab4 I lerarnt lhat llamn atrele oer
lie a bra I eni ehair,
Ttiel .hedna e dark enajuil bie flu,
lir ih. uri bidden rmiia.
Abd a ken w lllun my heart, tauther,
Tbay bKKlht llirir du.ky Ihruae,
And Hie le.t faint lekut af Utpet
like from ruf biaajot Ml,
1 era lliy urui belure rue riaa,
U'lth eiuilee Uiua lliy ltfa,
And lna ly brndlbf o'er we,
Iii.Ih.1 the derk trUfe-a.
Noderktie.e .bell eVrhtl'bt, motlier,
Tlia lu. e I litre for tbee ,
Tun' other mty luuk dean Hitb exrni
Ttaal alt Ibeeime lo uie ,
And when lair life 'e hlieldey 1 o'er,
And faded Ink. blhl,
Ou, may we inert la aurlde af bliae.
And tueiu in field. if li(hl.
(N. Y. Central Collrfe, Anrll SO, .
I'rwn lltr Hplrlt of tlie TIiiim,
SCARING 1 CROWD.
Standing nl n 1'ojt ofllce In one of
our Soulbern Stale, I win intioduced
to n very respectable looking and intel
ligent Methodist clergyman, with nhom
I entered into conversation.
He proved a cheerful man, nnd the
discourse fell on tho eccentricities of
preachers. 1 owe the groundwork of
the following anecdote of the eclebrn
led Lorenzo Dow to this rencontre.
Dow wns cry exact in tb6 appoint
ments hu made, and sometimes arrang
ed them a long nay ahead. Hu once
prenched near one of the small towns of
Upper (Icorgin, and told his congrega
tion, on that day year be would preach
to thcmnguiiil The next season, on u
Saturday afternoon preceding the Sab-
bath of the appointed lime, the old man
wns jogging along the main road in Ike
direction of his congregation.
Ha noticed before him n stout liltlo
boy of peculiarly active step and Plan
ner who carried in his hand .i -mi,,, I ,n,
born, such as are used to " . t. i
The custom among n' ji . uth
is to allow the marri i t go to
Ihcir wives' houses, n:.d children to vis
it their parents, rn Saturday evening,
to stay with them on Sundays, and as
the negroes arc musically inclined, llioy
carry n fife or n born to give notice of
their approach, and to beguile the way.
In other cases, they wbistlo sing or
shouL A healthy cheerful negro, of
honest Intentions, uses generally some
means of association, even if ho is oblig
ed to talk to himself I
Dow, according to his usual manner,
entered info conversation with the boy,
and found be was about to visit the con
gregation he bad apjiolntcd lo meet.
If the truth must be told, Lorenzo
bad an Idea lliat Ike character of bis
flock was n reckless, frolicsome, kind
careless people, upon whom it wns nec
essary lo mako it very decided Impres
sion, or lila time would be thrown away
"What is your name, iny lad?" ask
' Gabriel, sir," replied the boy, lift
ing a new straw hat, and showing bis
ivory, while he actliely stepped along
lo keep pace with the mini'tcr's borre.
" Can you blow ujwn that born V
" Oh, yes, master, I can tool a little."
" Well let me hear you,"
So lbe negro inflated bis velvet cheeks,
and made lbe wools resound.
" Do you know n tall pine near the
stand at Sharon '!" said Dow.
"Yes, that I dots, very well, mailer,"
Lorenzo then put kit band in bis
pocket, and pulling out a silver dollar,
ihowrd It to the loy, nnd told him if be
would climb Into the pine tree btforx
the people met at lbe meeting, and keep
quiet there until the preacher rnlltd out
his name, and blow loud ou ku horn, as
be had jutl done, be Mould give kirn the
lilier dollar if he would not tell anybody
The- negro expresses! Lltnulf highly
delighted with suck n oiler and promis
ed punctuality with seerrcy.
Ou tho Sabbalb a Urge meeting as
brmLtnl at Sharon, lo bear tho famuus
T meaner. Ilnar. S,rir,ul oLl Imn ami
their wises, wild boys and iheir sweet-
hearts, almost all on Loneluick, oinc-
tiuwt by two's and threes beside ne-
rrwt front a zrval dieuoec 00 foot be-
tiajr rrbdily captiiated by lbe naturally
1 frcwlrie. for tbry lot any thin; that
I lots a laugh attacked lo it, and they
I knew Ixrrmro was good for ayoke, If be
, did bit bard.
IViw kIm-ih! rather a brimstone text,
, and nade lbe ai.idiotiwit as ttrone as
pae.U. Ut ba forrrd hi. way slowly
Rnoag the to cm rial, beslthfut, boot-.!
L-rtrj people w feo w rro t nl t fngl-
f- IJ arjuir.tralee! IL -wt ly f
the "S te it-,
ta -i used '
t- l-lpf 41'. '
H I otcr llicm like nntcr over a tluck'o
at Icnjrtb lie Willy ilfwrllml, In the
1itnct Vim! oriangtisi;r, tlie nitrnr-nnt-ei
of llio "lait Jy,"iiJ lmt would
bo tlictr runtlilivn ulivn (lint came.
Su,ioe," falJ llie jirvnclicr f ud
tlcnly, nnJ llicn ibukh1 " thai lliii
were the Jay 1"
He uiw lliat f-oinc of llic women Ih;.
came a little fidgety, and nudged (lie
fellows Into attention,
" Sujise," repented lie, electing
liti toicc, " llint tilts day linliricl tliould
lilon liit trumpet I''
.Vt tliii moment the little neroilionr.
ed lie wns n " trump," nnd from tlie lop
ol llie lofty pine n loud nnd elnmorou.
blast otcrivliclmed tlie nudlcncc, Tlio
women iliricked, tlio men rcc in great
surprise, tlie bones tied nruund tlio
c.tmp nciglied, reared nnd kicktil, wliilo
tlio terrified neroee. clmngcd llicir com
pluxion to n dull purple color. Xever
wn nlnnn, surprise nnd nilonislinient
more promptly exliiliitt'd.
I.oren?o Dow looked illi grave but
pleasant attention iion the huccemful
retilt oflm experiment, until tlie first
clamor bad subsided, nnd some begau
to estimate tlie character of tin: artific
ial nngel, nnd wcrn about lo apply n lit
tle hickory after tlio pine ! Hut Ibis
suggestion was nrrcsted by the loud and
solemn tones of tho preacher, who look
ing very firmly into the faces of bis dis
turbed nuditneo ns he leaned over Ilium
to continue bis discourse, and impres
sively remarked :
" And now, if n little negro boy with
n tin born on the top of a pine bush can
make you Icel so, how will you feel when
the day doa come ?" Amen.
Huibondi anil Witts.
Mrs. Dcnnison, in one of her editori
als fur the Ilofon Oliic Branch, pre
sents the following striking contrast, be
tween two homes and two husbands:
" I wish I roiiW sec n pleasant face
w hen I come home, Tired I Yes I that's
always the cry. never get tired ok,
no I Customers to please claims to
overhaul nccounts to cash up! Husk I
hall bate that child, ISow; wulk the
floor, and spoil him. Hill, bunt up my
slippers. Mary, uw up my locking
chair. Other men have these things
ready for them. There's Saunders, he
takes comfort. His wife it as band
some ns she was the day slio married.
If there's anything I hate, it's n faded
woman. Light the lamps, and give mu
my newspaper. If I can't read here in
peace, I'll go ocr lo SnunderV'
" Mary, dear, how tired you look
Give me that great strapping boy. o
wonder your arms nchc. Oh, never
mind me. I am always O. K.ut Irijmu,
you know. Tnko the rocking chair
yourself, and just bo comfortable. Ain't
I tired ? Why, yes, I nm a little, but
then I'c feasted ou fresh air nnd sun
shine to-day, which you have not. Be
sides, I don't kau suck n lump of per
petual motion as tkis to manage.
" llless my soul kow do you live
these hot days t Never mind the room 1
every thing looks well enough you in
cluded except that you are looking n
trifle better than well. How do you
manage lo keep so young and pretty,
Well might the smiling answer be,
" the freshness and fullness of my hus
band's love, keeps rny heart green."
62" Hu wore n flashy waistcoat, on
the night when first wo met with n
famous pair of whiskers, nnd Imperial
of jet. His nir had nil the haughtiness,
his voice the manly tone, of n gentle
man north foity tkousand dollars, all
his own. I saw him but a moment, yet
methinks I sec him now, with a very
flaiby waistcoat, nnd a beaver on bis
brow. And once again I saw that brow,
no flashy tile sat there, but n shocking
bad 'un was his hat, nnd matted was his
hair. He wore n brick within his hat,
the chnnge was all complete, and he
was flunked by constables who marched
him up the strcel. I saw him but n
moment methinks I sec him now,
charged by the worthy officers with
kicking up a row.
A Si'iitiT Wkaiteu, A gentleman
was met in the street the other night,
who liad evidently taken loo much of
the ardent for con etiicnt storage, and
was nilher unquletly resting himself
agaimt a lamp-poet, when an acquain
tance came along, and observed lhat tho
Hlllicicd individual had on n new o tr
ees!. "Well, Hob," aW be, "guess
you'ie been indulging in a new over
coat." " Coal V replied Hob, giving
hi) kat a Vnrv-V dark, ai.d endeavoring
to geniculate "Ibis a-ainl a tot."
- Well, Hob, what is it." " It's a ;
i KlUESI'S AU KNEMIEd. He who
' by bis conduct mVeis good friends on
the one hand and bitter balers 00 the
other, pitei evidrnre lhat I here is some
thing U the bold, Inde-fMrndent, upright
man in bis icoipoeilioo ;wbllo the chick-cn-brarlrd,
ioibeeile character, Is capa
ble of waking ncllbrr fritodi our foes, j
F:w hate oteurage bo owTiati frlaod, ,
brcauac you rarely rnett a frieod who j
kxi iLe courage to Lar corredaooav
LtSBUlM) THE Lsaot sor It
will run yralerday," said one Kienb
wan to acolkrr In IngtiiU, " lie sar'
it taowej lo tnorrew," replied lis com-
too, itapiatlly ell skill! m the Un-gtiS-
The Slim Miprntr.
" Do you see here," aald a rajrgrd lit
tle boy to a group of oung pilly drvM
cl tirrbins, as he rnme up from Market
street wharf in Philadelphia, "dn vou
see here, Tic n silicr sixpence "
Tkey nil sent out n kcaity laugk.
" Why, i said Jeremiah Hudd, whoo
father waa n wealthy rhipnr, " 1 hatu
got six dollars to spend on Christmas i
and that fellow it proud of n sixpence."
Theodore heard it and looked Ibo't
fully on the ground Torn moment t then
recollecting himself, " sir dui !...-, lo
spend," muttered he, "butsivp lcc to
keep is heller than that."
Theodore kept bis sixpence in bis
ckct, carefully wrapped up, for scl
eral weeks, when ono ilny, his uncle,
who kept a fruit shop at the corner of
the alley where he lived, said lo bun,
"Theodore, your sixpence don't grow
in jour iockct; you rhould plant il."
The little boy understood him better
when ho told him, if he pleased, hu
might buy some fruit in the market nilli
il, stand in his shop and sell it out again.
He embraced tho ulTer, doubled his mo
ney the llrst day, and went on until he
bad room for il in his little comer.
His uncle, observing tlio tbiifty, nnd
withal, honest turn of tho boy, finally
took him into his store, and allowed him
privilege to trade In sundry specified
nrticles on hi! own account. Tho clos
est attention to business, Ike most care
ful management of bis small funds, and
tho run Lr good luck, ns il Is called,
which generally runs to Ihose who nro
saving, industrious nnd prudent in the
course of three or four years, enabled
him to go into partnership with his
uncle, nnd lo extend his business to
double his former amount.
Having trimmed his sails right al firs!,
it became a kind of second nature with
Theodore to keep what sailors would
call close lo the hu 1, and made head
way astonishingly now. Soon after hu
wns twenty-one, ho was enabled to buy
out tho whole slock of n dry goods mer
chant, nnd go Into business on his own
account entirely. Still ho prospered,
became an importer, rbanged finally Ins
business for a wholesale concern ( em
barked in the India trade; and at hist
man ied u (inn girl, whoso fortune was
but n little Inferior lo hie own; nnd it
wns said, nflcr thai occurrence, hu was
not worthless than half a million.
Theodora now lived in nn elegant
koiibO in Arch street, kepi his carriage,
and hud everything in pretty style; yet
attended lo his business. That hu might
never lose sight of his good fortune, the
silver sixpence was blended with the
arms on his carriage ; it formed the seal
with which he stamped bis letters, and
ho had ono coin, (he used lo say lbe
very identical ono ba first owned,) fas
tened iion his desk in his counting
room. Iicineinbering thus constantly,
that by small means he had risen, he
still, nmid much well bestowed charity,
nnd in the constant practice of truu be
nevolence, looked well lo small things,
nnd never forgot "how to reckon pence
as well as jMiunds.
Thus smoothly wuro Theodore's af
fairs going forward, when one sultry
day, just ns ho had entered his count
ing room, a thin, squalid figure present
ed himself nt the counter, nnd asked for
employment. Ho wore a Ihread-baro
suit of black, an old bat, and his shoes
weio almost ready lo drop from his feel.
"In what capacity," niked Theodore,
"do you wish for employment?"
" In any capacity," ai lljp i ply
"but, sir," continued lbe strnng-r. will
ing n tear from bis eye with Lis coat
sleeve, " my father was a merchant, and
he brought me up to his profession. I
should, therefore, be glad of employment
as n clerk.
Theodore looked at the man closely.
Ho thought be snw some lineament he
"What is your name I" he added.
Tho stranger hesitated n moment,
hung don u his bend, nnd replied inn
low voice, " Jeremiah Hudd."
"Ah!" said Theodore, recollecting
him instantly, "and you have golton
clear of your six dollars long ago, I fun.
" Yes," said Jeremiah, with n sigh,
"but I have not forgotten the ragged
little boy with the silver sixpenrc. Hod
I been half ns careful of toy thousands
us he was or his pence, I should not
have l-een here friendless and peunyleis
this d -."
There, was a half triumphant smile
on Theodore's face, as he took the hand
of his timer, which seemed lo spring
from a self-complacent feeling, whkh
was exeu sable, because it arose partly
from the consciousness of his ability to
aid one whose imprudences had cause!
! hie rniifonune, but who now ecemed lo
confess his error. He look tb appli
rant Into Id. w..; toy, and in process of
lime restored him lo the business doing "Ui"J ' -"
world, an attiic, prudenj, and valuable ,Ui mt '""l"1 001 'M!COr,I
1Bin . J isg to the most approved patterns eon-
'lie Won laught in this story is too W"pl.lod In bis license, yet U will al
plain to netJa word in addilion. I will 7""iyW' mrl-
kliD4y aak : Where is lire needy man
w hat not spent won- tooney fwetW.. tO No man is a genlltmaii, who,
ly in bit life than would U; noeiary I without protoealiirn, would trl with
to make 14m eotnfoiuUo now 1 iiiejivllily the butuUrMt of bit species. It
1 M a surartiy for wbicb no ieaecrfa4iih-
Tbe Dttroil ItaUg Ottwrat tayo: " or dress eau eitr alone. Ktew
We have none of thai sort of vanity I me lbe man who drtirot to make cry
to be thought iKLorf, which exbiWts it- one happy around bnujind kUm great
trlf in raotlie and violent prrtona! 1 oleiaiud it never to gise uit uuse
abase" It would be wb denwne, if ibe ofoiretM-e. to ary one, aod I mil show
dup .iikm lo fort . il-at sort -t van.iy . r "" by nalgre aod pri'r,
wtrc uior uniiertal I'loo,'' be av r.rer have worn a
i . I of 'rtd- otu. or vcr kearj a
H L u 'Le I-oH Icir ' Le .HiTth tcxi ot
riisl with the Condutlor.
" It's lint often n man loses anv thing
by kindness. I know n liltlo matter tvf
that soil that saved my life, and pcrhnpi
the live' of many others tit the sumo
" How was thai ?" niked we of our
friend liattling, tho tnmlcl conductor.
"Why, we had ail Irlilunn.tr on this
road nntcbiiigthe tunnel. It wnswiirm
wrnlhcr, so hn used lo go Into the tun
nel lo kerp cool. I rather think hn need
to take a liltlo liquor when be wns lone
some. Hu laid dow n on tho track ono
day lo listen for llio cars. Hu fell
asleep, nnd very imprudently got his
hend cut oil' by llie, express train. Well,
that wn ,i, of lbe oor Iil.hin.in.
We look him up nnd carried him lo bis
hnnty. Somrhow I hiii sorry when I
pasieil that place; of course 1 felt as If
not exactly lbe snmu thing but just
ns bad might happen lo me somu day.
I told my wife about il, nnd sho sent the
family sonic liltlo things.
Thu widow of llio dead Irishman was
n Catholic, and, ns I then was on n very
fust train, I would sometimes tnka up
I he old woman on Sunday and carry
her lo church, at Miirtlnsburg. I some
how thought il wns u satisfaction lo her
lo go to church, for sho had hut lit (la
chance in llio world, nnyhow. I cer
tainly did not expect lo get nnj thing for
it in this world ; nnd I expected they
had so much scored against me In the
other, lhat it wouldn't amount to any
That wns during the summer. Ono
nigkt the next winter, it was very cold,
nnd Iho mouiiluins wero covered with
snow, we were running to mako lime,
when, on turning n curve, tho engineer
saw a waving light on the IrncK, and
wo soon heard somo ono abend shout
ing. I was then out on lbe platform.
Tho engineer slacked up nnd slopped
Iho engine, nnd we got out and went
ahead in the dark to sco what was 'tho
matter. There it was. A large land
slide had fallen across the track, near
thu shanty of that old Irishwoman.
She had built up n largo firo and
watched for Iho train for the cones
wero so sharp that wo might havo hern
upon the rlidu beforo wo could sco It.
So wo run up ; thcro wns the old lady,
with bur calico cap, swinging the chunk
of fire tike a revolving light house, mill
there were the litllu Irish rnrrying brush,
liko so many beavers. Sho had watch
ed all lhat night in Iho cold. Hut for
her, in another minute, wc should have
run into n piln of dirt and slone ns big
ns Hnmum's Hotel. I should have got
a "pit ticket," certain, for I was on llie
platform. What would hnvo become of
the passengers and train you can guess
as well as I can."
Wo expressed n hopo lhat tho old
widow had been properly rewarded.
" Tho passengers made up about
eighty dollars ; the company nftcwarils
gavu her n shanty rent free; Ihubruke
men nnd engineers bought her n cow,
and 6he made out very well. Hut when
I handed tho money to her that night,
she said, " Gintlemcn and ladies, I nm
thankful, nnd may jou niver know the
want of what yo givu me. Hut what I
did was mostly on account of him there.
He w.is kind ami thoughtful tothojioor
nnd nfllicted, nnd I'd vvalchcd till I froze
before hnrrum should havo come lo him,
if I could u' helped it,"
" Darn tho thing, it mado ma choke
" l'uisetijaia for tho Unlay." " Don'l
forget jour umbrella, sir; thcro might
be mi explosion, and you'd want It to
keep off lbe cinders." " Let me pass
your bandbox, miss." "Take care of
your little ly, madam, no Insurancu on
birr " -All rigid ! gonbeadj" Wash-
CjJT" Nichohm Hiddtc, when president
of lbe United States Hank, obtained the
opinion of Chancellor Kent on some
point of law, for which the chancellor
charged a fee of one hundred dollars.
"That Is not enough, judge," said Mr
11., I "hero nro two hundred dollars,
and your services are cheap enough at
IbaL" " How is Ibis T said the chan
cellor, "do you think I do not know the
value of my own opinion ? You hare
imiitW mo ; but on the whole I'll ick
el the insult."
SrroiMKNH or votm Woiik. I.v
try mechanic capable of doing n good
job, every profciouaI man eklllfol in
hit profession, every man of whatever
lawful occupation, is proud of exhibiting
" sirwltneus of his work," with oni tt.
itjitivn. 'ilit rumioller alone, suiport-
, ed ns he is by the laws of the land In
j hit employment, never points to tho
specimens of lit work and says, " I did
j il." Tlie drunkard may wallow in the
j gutter before his door; tlie wife may
'J1? k'1 lM!art'1' nJ ,llie vldldren be
.1 nrantlmothrr's Aihtrr.
Jcstie Jewel nnd Del Dimple write
very prrlly letters lo the llnnt JtmmitU
These young ladies belonji1 pniilmlarly
lo inch oilier, nnd they do every thing
together, think lbe same thoughts,
huvu the same feelings and utile Idlers
in paiiiivrthiL They have nn Aunt j
Ivslher lu whom ll Is iho builnossofthe I
miMidii- lit 1, rill. .1m. ati, lima atw-uV e tt
the evening scene :
Ah I Del, utid I nie vriy happy. Tho
lines are cnl lo us in pleasant nlaO'S.
Wo thought of Ilia limn when Aunt
litlhcr was fining nnd bleil so dinriy.
Now sho says sho it a " lonely, dreary
woman." We wimdeted if coming
Jcais would vbangu us lo lhat. Her
letter is like tlie pensive evening gale
sighing over tho past day. Del hml I be
gun lo write, wheal it diair opened, and
giniidmother ruino in Del's grand
mothtrnnd iiiiiie ndignilletl nnd grate
woman, but vciy good. Del tlitiiicil
Iho letter away ; for we feel very con
scious. Our grandmother sat down by
tho grale, though there was 110 fire there.
Shu termed lo wi'h lo ho nniuscd.
So Del. lend her Aunt Ksthcr's letter.
When it wus llnithcd, nnd llie dear old
sjH?ctaeles had looked nl Iho dead coals
a while, she said lhoo wero lather ro
mantic ideas for 11 very old maid. The
story reminded her of 11 joung friend of
hers in olden limes, who wns now alone.
She went 011 knitting, and said, in n low
voice, " It is u dangerous thing to mako
earthly idols. Woman crcnta them of
their affections, and worship them, and
God lakes lliein away In his wrath. In
my voting days 1 made many Idols
most of nil my husband, whom I loved
heller than I did my God. These idoln
were taken nwny from mo nnd I made
no more. Hero grandmother termed
lo drop 11 stitch, for shu turned from us
toward the window and paused for quite
n lime. At length shn resinned ; " My
children, your grandfather, whom y 011
have never seen, was an ambitious, mfiii.
His talents, which were brilliant, were
strengthened by n determined energy;
but he lacked that cool judgement which
seems necessary to success. Ho started
in lifu a cheerful, hrave-hearlcd, hand
some man, feeling dm Mrcnglh nnd hope
of a nation in his heart, and his idol wns
earthly glory. I lived In seo him 11 dis
appointed, gloomy, tiimless man. Suc
cess had left him, and sent misfurtiiuo
back to fill its place. Before his fiftieth
winler emtio, I watched his hair grow
white nnd thin; his face despoiled by
weary wrinkles, nnd a hopeless eyo re
turned my glance. His idol wns gone;
the Almighty mercifully overthrew it.
He whose word snith, " Thou shall wor
ship tho Iord lliy Owl, nud him only
shall thou serve," knoweth how lo re
claim his ci ring children. Your grnnd
fal her died 11 devoted Christian. My
children bewitio of idols t my beert
itches lo sea joung girls nnd young men
starting wrong in life laying out their
hearts on lh.ll which brings no rewind
but Iho wages of sin." Aunt Ksther, Iho
words of our Grnnmutheriirc wiser than
our words. Why thouldwoscitkHgaiii?
"Nor Dkaii Yet." A few days
since, n mail called at 11 Dagiieneolypo
room, In Northampton, nnd bargained to
have n group picture taken of his family
of nine persons. Tho next day he nj
peaicd with his family, and, on lbe op
erator'! " counting noies," und making
out only eight of the family, and enqui
ring for tho ninth, hn was informed that
ono of Iho tons hud been dead live
years, but Iho father thought lhat he
could describe him so exactly, that there
would be no trouble lu adding him lo
tjie picture. Another funny case Is told
by the same "operator." A woman
whou husband bad been deud tome
months, wished lo have a copy " look "
of u " piclcr "of her lute husband, which
she had in her posicstion, nnd which,
the said, was good except the eyes, and
she wished lo know if tho " piclcr"
could be " took," or copied, with lbe ad
dilion of a brother's eyes, which the
said were exactly like her late husbsnd's
nod the brother could call and tit for
the eyet if il could be done.
Kvi'itr man ought lo pay hit debit,
if he run. let cry man ought to get
married, If he can. K ery man should
do lib work lo wit kit eniloiners, if be
cun. Krery wife should toinvlimet
hold her tongue, if the can. I. very
lawyer liquid toinctiinet ttll Ike truth,
11 111. can. J.t cry man ought to miml
Ids own businrti, and let other people's
alone, if be can. lit ery man should
lake a newspaper, and pay for it any
how. A IlittvE Lim.E Glut- 'llie Sa
lm Gazelle, In Sfx-nllng of the late
lailroad accident at Andovtr, saytt
" One brave little girl, ten years of
age, whose 1.11k It was to badly broken
at to render amputation necessary,
never skiJ a lour, but kept saying,
flou t ery, mother, you me I don L
CtT The Jilor of the I'oxtown J'u
illler inuil be a (ery happy man about
this tln.ej. lu bit bi.l number, be uys ;
1'ottieripl We stop the proit wilb
phratuie to mmourny. lbe deeetaie of our
ceteteamporary, Mr. Sieafg., editor of lbe
I'ostowii l lawb. He has now gooe Ui
niwatbaf and a Letter world. Suaess Ut
hi 10. l'erotikas wbokaietaktn lbe Fbuh,
will Cod Ike l u. liters good (taper.
Ctf 1 ne Hoeioti T"aetty, " (oj'ie
L, uv. Hutu at I Ley upon it
a. -4 i l"-tl vfT -"' r wick
r' Wed tav I wd wV "
Whenever yon tlnd a man thai hates
babies, Vnu will Ih) infrt In haling hltn.
No one lhat does not deter to lo Id
shunned or di'lisf 4, ever shews an an
lipalhy lo hnhlf. WkM ? Kate n liltlo
m'ature wilb a rlloii-n 1 'icnd, Ihul
can only inaulfcsl its joy by smiles,
kick, nnd nn Inartktilntu gurgle 1 lhat,
in nnginili, enniml tell lbe scat of lis
ikviii, but inuil endure innrlvnlom while
jon are jirstlng out th nourco of its
ngonisn; thai hm the helirst of all claims
on human sympathies- ull hrlples.
neat uttir dependence I What I halo
Iho thing which you yourself were, and
from w hich yuu would nevrr hovcgrvmii
lo inan't citale, If your parents had tier"
like you ri bnby-hiitcr I I'le 011 it '
Kv en dogs lore babies, nod will sutler
them lo bcitrido them, pull their ears,
nnd bullet them by llio kour, wilkout
rcoiid!ng to Ikclr aiiiioynticrs with
even 11 growl, Mothers, if you happen
lo know any inalo biped Ikal dislikes
Ike species In its Infancy, don't If joti
can help It, tutli-r him lo marry one of
your female friends or nequnlnloncct.
Hn turo ho will make n. tour, morose,
llul what shall be said of baby-liiitlng
women ? Wo have known some of thai
tort married ones, llint bad babies,
Und did hate them, and, ns we verily
believe, would have gladly put them to
bed for thu lat llnio, whero they would
require neither" rocking nor pnrngorlo
under the sod. Yes, wo havo known
such confound them I
11 ihcre bo any spinster who bnihors
In her virgin heart 11 diilaeto for iho
fruits of matrimony, may she novcr havo
an oppoitiinlly of raising any, but li
left bloomless, blidlcss, nnd unproduc
tive, boyonilajke range of love's sun
shine, nnd never have hor sensibilities
wnrmed by a kiss, nn embrace, or even
a chuck under the chin,
The Loir of llouir.
It is only shnllow-mlndcd pretenders
who either make distinguished origin a
matter of personal merit, or obscurn or
igin n matter of personal reproach.
Taunt nnd tcolllng at the biimblo con
dition of early life nlft'd nobody In Ibis
country but those who nro foolish enough
to Indulge in Ike in, nnd Ihny nro suffic
iently puniihcd by the published rebuke.
A man who Is not inhumed of himself
need not bo ashamed of hit early condi
tion. It did not happen lo me to bo born
in n hig-t'iihin, hut my elder brothers
and sitters wero lmrn In 11 log-ciihln,
niifccd among tho snow drifts of New
Hampshire nt 11 period to early lhat
when the smoke first 101a from lis rudn
rhltunoy, nnd curled over Ilia frozen
hill, Ihcra was no similar evidence of h
while man's habitation, between It and
thu settlements on the rivers of Cana
da. Ill remains still oilit; I make il
mi annual viiit. I carry inychldrrn lo
it lo leach Ihem the hardships endured
by the generations which have gone be
foro them. I love to dwell on Iho ten
der recolcctions, tho kindred ties, the
early nUccllons, and the narrations ami
Incidents which mingle with all I know
of this primitive family nliode. I weep
to think that none of tin who Inhabit
ed it are now among lbe living ; and if
ever I fail in affectionate veneration for
him who raised ll, nnd defended it
ligaimt lavage violence and destruction,
cherlihod all the domestic virtue t be
neath lit roof, nnd through Iho fire and
blood of seven 'cars' revolutionary war,
thrunk from no toll, no sacrficu to servo
his muii try and to ruite bis children to
n belter condition limit bis own, may
my name and lbe name of my posterity
be blotted forover from llie rnomory of
inuiiklud, Daniel Wsbiler.
The " Narblnr."
Opjvotlle my dwelling is it fire engine,
which is In a constant slate of prepara
tion fur emergencies, to the great rnorli.
licutioii of myself and of seieral small
boys, which laller dally collect on the
tldewnlks, and took with profound curt
uiily iulo Ike dim reeeise't of the engine
room. Never had engine tuck devoted
attendants, iiiig and profound con
sultations are held respecting the heultlr
of Ike " machine," by young men In
pea-jackets , lbe wheels are greased
three times a day, and about as often
the object of their sollciludo It gently
ronducti.1 around the block, by way of
eiercite, while scouting patties of young
men In straight hats, wglh ringlets lit
front of their rars, kolieltooui fur lbe
welfare of the iniurance companies,
walk lo the corners to k if they can
discover indications of a lire In any di
rection. If none are lo be seen, they wait
moodily back and form i. knot In front
of the engine house. Tho last lire (t
then talked over, and the merits ef eaeli
" machine" are dlseutsed, f ani oorcly
kfrciJ, from what I overbear, oar city
is but sciirslly provided with (Ire en
gines, as ll seems by their conversation,
lhat every " maehloe" In the city, ex-ta-pl
their own, is utterly utelVa, aiad not
a tire has taken place wbote exllojolsb
tuent Is not owing lo ties seipcrloer merits
of their engine and the ujtreor tutrgy
of tit followers. Tle Allorncy
Tub toot I eleiited sod pure soul
ranaot bear, eien from tW 1p of lbe
nvrit euotemptible men, thete words i
rmr-Mrainr, ss.atlklttir, yiriv
witteoul iniuiedialoly ultariuig to ibcoi
all i.e f jodeur of wbicb lllr beurl Is
(4 I Jean I'a ll lUrLtar