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Jan 15. w inos3
Newton &. Forbish,
fitrttc Street, fUontpclirr, lH.
rpHinbtr, 10 JH. J d!3' wll
pCER? DltY GOODS,
T i f I4- I I il 11 I" 11 11 i"T
ri o into i n i:its.
Or Pence and Hood Ariltborltcod.
Tlio visitor to tho hanks ol llto Wye must
donbtlcs.s lnvo reiiiarked tin; liioli hill, upon
which tises the villuyo of svil.ick. Th" path
leiuliti"; to it from the neieliliorinu' ineailuw.s is
as steep as i intended to teach the chunks, ntnl
caused tin; unpslr.ito of tho place to yivp it
tho name of Jucob'? l.adiler. At the top ol tho
hill Flood the church, which from n distance
served as n ;:mde to 111" str,ivtti' t'-Ufler :
around it, wen; scattered the dw ellttivs of the
ililnliitauts, stationed on the different plalfurms
of the frroon lull, the tio.'ts in the wide lirunclios
of a lolly oediir.
At its'foot, not f.tr frn.vi Jneoh'.s L'lddcr, were
two pinall farms, separated, by n h 'doe of elder
trees. The two cottages, sn exactly leseinhliiinf
each other in their neatly whito-washed walls,
in tho thatched roofs, in the casements round
which hiin the honeysuckle in fragrant
clttslers, came upon the ou; as twin sisters, so
alike' in jr-irb and features onse.ucely to he dis
titiriiislii'il fiom each other.
In truth, both were built nt. tho same tini",
by Tom and Jones It.islniu : not even a hedixo
divided thein first. There was as little separa
tion between tbehouses as between tho hearts of
the two brothers ; hut their close neighborhood
(ooti gave rise to innumerable qti irreK and, at
the tunc onr recital begin, tlie Itashains hid
long ceased to hold any intercourse with each
other. I'erhaps they no lunger oven enter
tained any iilfection for each other for hearts
which have parted in anger unconsciously be
come embittered. We fill tip with reproach
and censure the void which wounded affection
has left in our heaits, and by incessantly com
plaining to ourselves of 1 lio-o we have loved,
wo at length think we tire quite right in hating
No one could tell the cause nf qu irrels,
which, originating in some ebullition nf temper
about some trille, and fomented by mutual re
ciiinin ition,and by the injudicious interference
of a third paity, ended in an open itipture. it
unfinttlli'itely happened jiK at the tune that a
fre.sli dispute arose between thein ti'iouta piece
of ground, vt iiich had lo he deciih d by law, and
though a fair and equitable division was undo,
both parlies left the court still more exasperated
for it if love, not justice, that softens animo
sity and soothes angr' feelings.
if, then, the impo-sibilitv of reconciliiitinu
between the lii-Omuix had become, so lo spoil;,
a thin? of public, notoriety, nil thine who b id
filled in their I'lide-ivo.s to br ng it about do
dare 1 lii' thing was hopele-i. 'Had not his
Worship's exhortation been perfectly useless;
Had not farmer Sokcr got dnt'ik three times
in a vain attempt to make thorn take a glas- to
gether? Had not even .Miss Hosm herself in
vited the two wives to I or house, under proti-.t
of teaching them to make gooseberry wine,
without being able to prevail upon them to
shako hands r' (Jul none ol them seemed to
remember tb it he who would reconcile friends
iiiu-t make his appeal to feeling, not to reason.
I'nided hearts can only be remitted bv gently
'.o'" lung snme epring of feeling common to each.
rvieh was tb" -l He of things whon the curate
of the p ii . .rived one day at the dwelling of
Jones ii.it-u no. lie was an excellent man ; he
had no family, but bis parishioners were his
ciiiioren, ami lie was as welcome, to owry
'muse as a gle.im of sunshine in winter. His
words were grave and geulle, and even tho in
de.stofhis (lock felt, he knew not why, his
heart softened by u visit iVomi him. To be with
h;.n s-(...M,r.d like the inhaling of a purer ntmos
plieie s I'lthing, and ch"ertng, an I bracing
Ills ,i.s, indeed, pure mid undefiled r. ligion.
Jones llishani received the y. nng pator. as
bo was everywhere received, with a respectful
and cordial welcome. 'the children were
brought In him, and as he smilingly spoke to
them, and stroked their little heads," stood tim
idly by his side, now and again "'e iling a glance
of them through their long ovo-h-hes. Taking
the eldest by the hand
' I have a I'.iMir to :ik uf on, w. nrgo.'
The little one looked up m surpri-e.
'To-morrow is I'al e-Sunday. and I have cho
sen you to distribute the loaves.'
' 1 sir!' exclaimed the child crimsoning with
' Yes, you! co ne early, that 1 may showyou
what you arc to do.'
Tho child seemed as if he longed to thank
him, but stood twirling his cap and turning up
the gravel with his foot, till his father came to
bis relief, by warmly e.xprossin.r his sense ol
The pastor now iiccompinied Jones through
his farm, which be examined uiinutcly.ennuiiiug
into Iiai-hani's plans, and pointing out several
alterations winch ikish.im tigieed with linn
would be improvements, but declared his utter
inability to carry them out A hundred
pounds,' he said, would be n eeiry, v .il I
have ii.it -o much available aim ih to borrow
ing it, it will set mo hard to work to meet my
Hut the Lord has been pleased to grant you
your health.' said the pastor; you are more 'for
tunate ill this respect than your brother 'i'j u.
who, for the laM. inonth,ha.s been fir from wo'!.!,
'Is he suffering much-,, inquired .ones, in a
tone of embarrassment.
'I do not know ho expressed a wish to sco
mo to-day. I am afraid he is careless about
himself he labors just as formerly, though ex
perience ought to h ivo undo linn' wise,-. If I
am not mistaken, it was over-cxertiou that
killed ynur father ?'
' It was, ittdeed,' said Jones, alfected by the
recollection ; ' but why do" not ho consult a
' I have tried to persuade him to do so, but
wc have not one in the village, nud he thinks
his illness too trilling to send for advice to the
neighboring town ; so that there is no chance
of managing the matter, unless a doctor should
by any accident p iss by, or be sent for bv some
ono else in the village,' rnfortuintely, it may
bo some time before such an opportunity oc
curs, nnd Tom's illness may increase; howl
er, I hope his youth and good constitution may
carry him through it,'
So saying, tho curat?, having now arrived nt
tho garden gate, ool; leavo of Jones liislnm
and repaired lo hi brother's. Arrived there, ho
niuioiincid to the little I'atniy, whom he met as
bo was entering the house, tint slm should net
day help in the umu il distribution of bread in
the church, Fanny not a whit the less proud or
!rippy than (ieorge, ran to toll her father of tho
honor intended her by the curate. Tom soon
appeared, to thank tho young pastor, who niai'o
most particular inquiries about his health. The
firmer was still sulfering, but seemed now much
les occupied with illness, than with n small leg
acy which his wife had just h id her loll, and im
mediately began to consult the-curate unto the
comparative security ofdillbrent hanks in which
h'j proposed to lodge his money,
Tho curato advised him, in the first instance,
to nay of all incumbrances on his firm, nud lo
make some improvements on i' which lio him
self pointed 1 1 it.
'I have just given them the samn advice to
your brother Jones,' added the p.hior. 'and he
would gladly follow it, only that ho is m sad
want nl miiuey,'
'I believe,' observed Tom, 'he bat- met with
si me heavy locs within 'hese last two year-'
I '' ",ir ''lat Uuiucli pressed just now,'
mi' li'uncv von uivo inst rcci'ivi'il. won M ntvo
been tuori' w'antitic '''M1 yon.'
Wnni lit' ctitaU lot . Tom remained n liinjr
titni' tliniiolitful. Mis brotlipr was in want ol
inoiiev. wnil-t lie natl a slim nl wlneli no tvnn I
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, iicluiiMv at a loss to dispose or. I' (inner y, had
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I such n thing bipppiicd, l would nut have b-eo ,
I I if 'ii. ,i ,i i ,i
miff be foe he umii invn uken be leathern
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' Jones, and said to him, 'Von may have as much i .!
I I . . a I I ! 1
ii" you wain, nriuucr, ami inneii uieinnr.iiiuum
of what you keep.' Hut no.v bis offer would
have been in-nlt ngly rejected, and this he felt
he con lil not hroi k, or look upon nil advance ou
I his rart, which be would have dreaded still
i Nevertheless, to leave Jones without heln, if
lo wore really in want, was very bard. liven
.were every Mrl; of affection exlinct in the
! Hearts ol the two btotlicis, the honor of the J! i-
shams would not permit that one should see
the other in poverty, or unable lo meet his en
' gageincnls. The heart is not less quick in
finding a pretext for kindness than it is for an
I ger, and Tom, while fancying he -till pr.'sprvcd
I all his old rancor ag.iin-t Jones, pissed the
night in devising how he could manage to b"
ol iim lo him.
j Jones, on his side, was not less prr-iccupicd.
' The lew winds let fall by the curate, relative to
Ins brothel's health, weighed upon his mind.
'The more he thought upon Tom's illness the
'more his alarm increased. He loured it would
become d iiigernus. and was uneasy at the little
cine he took of himself. He knew Tom had
l always been imprudent, not only taking no pre
cautions against Die attacks to winch ho was
i subject, but. when they did come, appearing to
look upon them as a gue-t whom, though nr.-
Uvelwcome, it wonkl be tro troublesome to at
:d,d ake we e alw ays orced up on lm by June-, j
who was Inmsell a bit ol a doc Or. He was,
! consulted bv iho ullages aboutlheir own corns, !
jand their children's whooping coughs ami ch,!-
a,s and cmicnc.c. drinks renowned tlirough
. ii.,u ..iijiiuiu mis iiie'is.u
'knowledge from his wife's brother, who was n
doctor, and eveiy year spent a few days
(arm. Junes saw he could, hv a letter, brine
l.im lo Shellack, w here he inijrht see hi brollier
and judge of the state ol ins health. lint how
would bis visit bo receiv"d by tne Litter ?
I Would he not look upon it as an attempt at a
roconci'iation as an indirect advance.' Junes
1 1 . i i. .i . . i .
colon lioi near 1 1 li" inoiifon.
I li., the mobt wa- paed by both b.olliors
in iincertaititv and doubt
I .Meanwhile d'eoioeanl Fanny awoke before
da) -break, lull ol t.'.e ceremony in which they
were to play so conspicuous a put. Dressed
in their best, they tepaired lo the church with
their respective f.imile--, who, for this day, were
I In occupy the seats o honor near tie co.n
I manion ti.b e. Jones at d Tom had alw.a s c.ni
I fully iivoiii 'd eacii o'her in the church ; and it
was with no sin ill emotion that Ihey found
tbcmelvcs .-ide bv side in the Mime pew. The
faces of both fio-hed. as both at lir-t iii-linc.tive-
lv i1 ew hick, and then, as if actuated by the
miuip leeluigs, ngnn lunaiiceu.
j 'He i- ill.' sum Jones lo himself,
i 'He is in . rouble,' lining I Tom.
I Ai .1 Ihey both took ileor allot cil seals,
In the mean time, tleorgi' ntnl Fanny, who
Moid eid..m met since the quirrel between the
j bundles, weie kin'elinu side by s-iile, now and
, lb. mi e.fh.iiiguij a 'pv. winds and smiles. Tlie
I'.i-I.aiiis made i y n y i hurt not t i look at each
iitii'T, bin tl eir eyes found a common obj. ot in
the two children, and M.ineiiiiii's met as if by
-nine ir-esi-libie altracimu : ihu young cum
tur.'s were a kind n! neutral ground, a living
link ol clmiii, iiiscii-ilily drawing them to each
o'her. l ivery joyous smile nl (icorgeand Fan
ny was like ,i Miiiiie.ini playing upon tiunr
bean's lulled, andini Itmg iti.wav. V unly did
f.il-e shame and pride atle.npt to ri'-ist th'- tre
nial inlliience. Niturc was strong t than tin
strong. And now each of them stole a glance at bis
b o her.
' What a carc-v-ern look be has !' said Tom
How delicate be looks !' thought Jones.
And as tlic-e tin. ugh. s
instant tliriiiieb their mind
at each oilier.
issal ai the same
they slo'e a glance
At this moment the curate hfgan to deliver
his sermon, wluci, according tn the cii-tniu of 1
'he good inin, in- l,nrl : but before leavinc i
iue puipu ii ouiiiMi to iieorge aim raiiuy, a5
they stood holihiig locha-hois of loaics.
1 Von are awn re, continued the curate, ' tmt
one of my p-i dec -.-ors . stabti.-hed, at Selhick,
tins annual ili-trihuiiou, for which ho le't a pio
vision in Ins will. Hi, intention VVas no doubt
to encourage you to live together in harmony,
peace ami love ; ami it is no less the will nf I
the Cod of love, who pul tins care for vuu into I ' 'ble of course. No man feels comfortab',' c' VPX 81 m' oti.tmuer Uuor. u.i : lur
Ins bean; ami thereloie, my breihreii, wln-u 1 whilo there is a cloud upon the brow of lls help. 1 m friylitencd sose .
ibcse children go rum d the church presenting wife, whether it b occasioned bv peei ishne-s, I 'Then into his chamber flitti' g, (in.t even
you the r baskets and lepe.itiug, according lo ill-teinpir, bodilv nr nieiit il Millering. No, Mr. ''tic.o .eimilting li'tn to lly into tlie c .',or In
the dirccluui of the iel .tor. ' l'eace and gnu,! ' H ''" did not feel altogether comfortable, nor i gt b'liind the door) ciiiue the .' .-:;el fond
Neighborhood.' iheiefoie it is, 1 would exhort ; sU''1 ''' " ' ' him--pf, as be walked along lo Ins heart broken, (.win in.iuv a r.p d u : r to
each oi.o of you to examine Ins own beait, and "'"'o ! f"r there came acro-s bis mind a dun re. I;'''i,) and tlitvj sil them down be ,dv . . .:i the
when each one nuts forth his band lo take a ' collection of having heaid Ihe baby Iroiling and dusly, Jljok-btrcwn lloor, sat them dow n amid
liaro of the criiuiiion bread, to do bo
pledge of in lit u.i 1 loigivenes..'
With these winds ihe curate quitlrd the pu'
pil, and Ceorge and F.inny began the diotribu
lino. After going the rounds to llio members nf the
clnptcr, they stopped at the bench occupied by
their parents, and, as they presented the bis'.
kets, repeated in due course the words 'lVaco
1 and good Neighborhood.'
I The brothers were evidently confused. They
I locked up, and Tom saw Hip 'furrowed brow ot
Joi.e--, and Jones the pallid cheeks of Tom
bolbwero deeply nU'ecled.
I, are aid good Neighborhood,' was uttered
in a half whisper, and their bauds met in the
! And nnw tho cetcmony over, tho two fami-
lies left Inn church; the brothers walked out
."golher, though no word wis exchanged till
they reached the church yard,
' AliMliinks we have both just made promises
to Cod,' ninl Tom, but without raising his
ejes. ' And for my part, I desiro no better
than to keep it.'
ion cannot desire it more than I d,' said
Jones; 'and ,f yon wish it, yu will pn.ve .ilwS
hv letting the children dine at my house next thai he was re,l clouds ,.,l r .i,, , . ,. , " i. I
' With all my heart,' said Turn.
1 And what ,s to prevent your coming with
them. Tom it can do you no barm, and may
do you some good, as by that lime my brother
I in-law, the doctor, will be with ue.
'I have tu obieclion, Jones, on condition
that you find use for the hundred guineas jest
left me as a legiry, and which 1 am quite at u
ll.C Ii. m.l I.. . . , ,
'un'- I " ("I. HOI HI iKIV till Igt.
At these Words Jopcs muck I V raised his head. I
... ; , 1
itiu nt eyes encountered thogfuo of broth-.
' All, tho curate told you I was in
innn. y !' exclaimed he.
'And told you I was In want of a doctor!'1
replied Tom. i
An exclamatio'i of gratified snrprifp burst
Irom the hps of both, as they rushed into c
oiher's n m,
' Peace and good Wgkborhom),' murmured
a voice at their Mde, it was the cuia'e, and
BSVJBtl'.iI.WB'Oft, PaiH ED AY ittOKtffllVW,
I sh iking hands
dli 'hem both ho said, 'Arp
Rood firighboihocd happy
, Stories (or Husbands The Invalid U'lfu.
tlv T. s. at: rmrrt.
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. :,,Lir.. n.i.. n..i e .
murmured .Mrs. Il.iin, ass1. o arose from a soon-
i i.i ' n . ,
lug posit mil, anil clasp"il ber cup e? wit i bo'h
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lT.. I. ...I I !.., .T!. 1 11 I
":""--- ' was engaged in Dressing a rest
eyes and tightly cnmprced lips, still clasping
ihroW.ing temple.', the Imll announcing tlu
ruing me.il mug. Tho sound caused her
slarl, nud she mid, in a low and frctl.il
'There's the breakfit bell ; and Charley isn't
ready yet; nnrhaie I rnmbed my hair. How
my head docs ache ! I am almost blind with
Then hc renmed heMvork of dressing Char,
ley, who struggled, cried, and resisted, until
she was done.
Mr. Haiti w as already up and dressed. He
was seated in tho parlor, enjoying his morning
piper, when the breakfast bt'll rnng. Tlie mo
ment hp heard the sound, ho throw down his
paper, and leaving the parlor, ascended to the
uining ro.itn. ins two eldest ciuiilreu were
there, ready to take their places at the table.
'Where is your mother?' I.c inquired of one
'Slip is clrrming Charley.' was answ'oret'.
'Never ready in lime,' said Mr. Hani to him
self im'i.itienlly. lie spoke in an under tone.
For a few moments he stood with his hands
on the back of his chair. Then In; walked
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,rf. IJajn ,.3,.
never being in tini" aniioys me erribly. J
ilTll .lllVrl,' Inmlt 1 ..... ..I........ .... !.. li.....
I'.n il..' I.. . I ... :.. .i' . .. .. , ,
i.iiv iin-i..- is iili ii.iru to iiior ill mis iimhs,.,
Mrs. I!,in was -lill s'riigeling with her rrns.s J
and troiiblesomp child, when tlie oice of her'
impatient liushinti reached hereir. The miiiikI '
caused a throb ol intenser pain to ass through
her ae'ilng head. j
'.line! inaki. haste! Ilreakf.ist is all cottin'? i
i ii . i. , . . ,
COil a II I am It. :i IiorrL tn irn ftvvfiv lo Iiiiii.iws '
.,.,. nllrn ,nr ' '
'Do inv a lillle p-ilience. I'll bo there in a
moment,' replied Mrs. iiain.
'A mnniPtit ! This js always the way.'
And Mr. liiin once more paced bickwaros
Meant'tnc tho wife Imrrelly cnmpleted her
own toilet, and then repaired 'o the dining room.
She was just five minutes lo late.
w.i. j;,.,iiu..-.11 in -i i.-, "ui; nicu.siniiiio ,
have clnnged to svmp.itliv and pity the ill hu-!
I Inn r. l.nH ... . . .1".. .... . l I.I '
mor of th
ihouohtli's.-. imiatient biishatu
lt it wis not so,
The moii.enl she appeared,
Inn In 1 .1 me ! 1 p I old you nvcr and 1
nvcr, Ih il I it -n t like to wail alter the bell
rings. My mnlher insnl',',i p'nniptlvat her
place, and I would like to hue my wife imitate
so good an example.'
I'erhaps nothing cuild have hurt Mrs. ;,in
moip than such a cruel reference of ber I os. I
bind to his mo'hrr. coupled Willi so unf eliiii;
a (icciuration ot ln will concerning linr as j
she were to he the mere creature of Ids wil'.
Ashirp reply wis on 1'ie tongue of Mrs Hiin;
but she kent it back. Ti.e piin in b-r head,
s ih-ideil all at once ; but a weight and oppres
sion in her breasl followed, that was almost suf
focating. Mr. lhin drink his cnfTe , and eat his steal;
and toast, with a pretty fair relis h ; f,)r he had a
good appetite and a good digestion and was
in a state oi miu--t lin.illli. lint, Mr. Iiain ate 1
nothing. How could she eat ! And yet, it is
but the truth to - ay. th ,t her husband, who no
ticed the fact, attributed her ub!ineiic f.om
food more to temper than want nf apppli'o He
was aware that he had spoken I no Ireely, n'
tiihnlidtl.e consequent change in his v.ifi'
munuer, to a i angry r.ither tn.in a wounded
'Do you want anMliing.'' ol:ed Mr. lhin on
tiding from the table, an 1 lurnin? lo leivolim
room. He spoke, with ui'jro kindness than he
had prpi iu-ly.
'No.' was the wife's brief answer, tmde with
out lilting her cies to her husband's face.
'In the sulks !'
Mr. 31 tin did not av Ibis r.lnud : but such
u"1- bis tliougli.s, as he turned away and lelt
"10 nousp. He UiiJ not ee altogether c.imf ir-
crjng uiiring uienigiit; and also o. Ii.iving
seen the form of his WfL. moving to and fro in
his chamber, while hu lay snugly reposing in
Hut tlipso wore unpleasant image', and .Mr.
Bain thrust them from from his mind.
While Mr. Biin took bis morning walk to
his store, his lungs freely and plcasurely ex
panding in the pure and invigorating air, his
wife, to those throbbing temples tho anguish
had returned, and whose relaied muscles had
scarcely enough tension lo support Ihe weight
of her slender frame, slowly and pinfiilly began
the work of getting her two oldest children
ready for scho-d. This done, tho babv had to
ie washed and dressed, I, screamed during
the whole npera'ion, and when, at last, it fell
asleep upon her bo-oin, she was so completely
exhausted that she had to lie down. Tears wet
her pillow as she lay with her babe upon her
arm. lie, lowborn alone she ha I a right to
look for sympathy, for strength and for support
in her many trials, did not appear tu sympathise
with h"r in the least.
If she looked sober from the pressure of pain, !
give the world for a wife that would smile
now and then. If amid her many household
cares and dulics she happened to neglect some
little mailer that affected hi., comfort", be failed
not to express, his annoyance, and not al.vajn
in i'ari'fully chnen words, No wonder that I er
woman's heart melted no wonder that lint
eirs were on her cheeks.
.Mr. B,iiii had, as wo have said, an excellent
apiiriue : aim no looi; ivnccu
appetite; and ho look especial pleasure in t
nriiltomi.,., lt 1,1- .1...... ...1..
, ..... ...... . .s- ...... uiiiin 1 ' ii't 1 11:11 iai-
V) nnd hi dinnprn wore alvvuyK rood dinners
lin ,.nl .nn.n.bo. .r,,.ir (1 I.I ..
,. ": ui' n
his store he passed through Ihe nvi.kel, and his
butler sent home what he purchased.
iio inarMMing nas como linme, said Ihe
rnn f In Mr Haiti n Until t n r. . ' I -! .
her from a brief s ,oer into winch she bad
........ ..I..,,, ...,., , vu . wmi, ik, iwuiiMMK
fa'len-slumber t-i at exhausted n ituro dem ,n-
iled, mid which would h ivu done fir more than
.'nf i'.',,B t r ,'e rt'8toratt; 1,1 "r suinetbiug like
a healths tone lo uer ) stem
'.. Irel ii e n i . some two or irno rmn I.I ' ' i""" nours in me miciieii III inah- i o.. . .
..... i. : i.i ,.'i i. .V "i ..J. il. ' ' ling sottn and .Iressiier tho eulf ,l f, ""'"g "i 'o wmcn iiollung can
w I rillU.i;il IHUI in.l II Wfl'll'U ill IU (irrSL'U. . .'. .. " v," I tl IllfH n fl.nr fnrrtA l
.i . I . . t . - ' llt1Mim 'a .lin.M- r .1... II titti iwii.u Wl UlCill llt!f.
, ,ni- " "",u,! ,u-,u' ,ori trusted mil,,,!,. r,r ,; ;, ovclie mibhi ....nohcr mmseir
UtL-'titi1"l, ! " "-'v l'-m M lirt ref.l II. t .
As Mrs. 11,!,, stood, with tnle face, closed ! prc.?ralon to her was to bnve it spo I 'd. I rr,...V.'i !...." . ,
' ery well. I will come down in a little
while,' returned Mrs. H.iln, raising herself on
her elbow, 'and sco about dinner. What has
.Mr. Main sent home ?'
'A cilf's head.'
'A call's head.'
'Very well. I will bo down to sco about it.'
Mrs. 15 lin repressed nnv further rnmmlt.
oi.i i ' ., V V
ii h, i nn exiiaiisten as sue lelt, she must
end at enst tie,, l,or0 i .!, t,!il, I .
A (,r--t "I"' staggered across the roo . like .tie
' """X'catod, and the pun, wnicii i. nl p.jspi ,
I ''"""S briuf 'mber, returned ?.g..n w,ih
nilded violence. I!ut, really sick as she le't,
she went down to the kitchen and pasfed full
two hours there In the preparation of delicacies
lor her husband's dinner. And what was hor
'This is tbr worst calf's head soup ynti ever
made. What have yon done to it ?' said Jlr.
Haiti, pushing the pla'te of soup from before him,
wiin an e.xp ession ol disgust on Ins face,
'J'here were tears in the eves of the sudorine -
wife, and she lifted them to her husband s coun-
H.ea,l,ly she looked at him for a few
then her lips quivered, and the tears
inr inn ;c I I -j uti I tr nein . l. tI)
fell over her checks
Hastily rising, bhc left
j the (lining room
I 'It is rather hard that I can't speak without
having a scene,' muttered Mr. Ii tin, as lie tried
! his Fiiup once more. It did not suit his tuste
at all ; so he pu-hed it fium him, and made his
dinner of something else.
1 As his wile had been pleased to go up slairs
in a huff, just nt ii word, Mr. Haiti 'did not feel
inclined to humor her. .So, afler finishing his
dinner, he took bis bat and lelt the house, with-
1 (lilt C Olllell !IS sf.nT.'itlif III .lll'ur n CMr.lMnn ,....-.1
i'ui.1 inu iviiim ivuiiiiiT nun wnc n ol r. Jia n
!... i... V..I-. ...... ...i.... . .
returned in the evening, he found his wife so
seriously ill ti5 to make it necessary to send (or
ineir lamily oliysiciati io, tlie reader will
inn wouuer ai ,uis. nil, .nr. iiain telt n little
i". ... ... ..... .
Ho had not anticipated anything of
Mrs. II lin was not nn'y ill but delirnns. Ilrr
feeble frame exhausted by maternal duties, and
evei-lieginning, never-ending household cares,
had yielded under the accuinul.itionsof burdens
too heavy lo bo ir.
For a whi'o efter Mr. Haiti's return, bis wife
talked much but incoherently ; then
quiet. Hut , her fever remained hi
llimmalion tended strnnlv towards
He was silting by the bedside about
alone with her, when she beiMn to
wandering way again, but her words were d is
line: and coherent.
'I tried to do it rieb'.' said she sadlv ; 'but my
li":d ached so tint I did not know what I was
tloirg. All me : 1 never please nun nnw in
. .... . , . ,
nnytlung. I wmi I cotmi always looU pleasant
J-lieorl'nl Hut I can't. Well'! well! it won't
last forever. 1 never teel well never never
never! And I'm so faint and weak in the
innrnitig ! Hut he has no patience with me.
lie doesn't know what it is to feel sick. Ah
And her voice siglipd i'.splf away into silence.
Willi whit a rebukeing force din thpp words
fill upon the ear-- of Mr. liiin ! He saw him
self in a new ligo'. He was the domestic ty
rant, and not the kind and thoughtful husband.
A b'W d.iyc. and Mrs. Haiu was moving about
' r '...iisp and among hr children once more,
pile s a shadow, and with lines nf pain upon
tier lorelieail. llow ili.lerpnlly was s.n' now
lreat"(l l.y ii"r hu--li ind I With what consiife-rah-tenderness
h,. r. girded her ! Hut. alas !
be finv bis error loo l.tl" I The gPlille loving
creature, woo bad come to bis s.i,i. ton years be
lore, was not much hmgor to remiin with htm.
A few brief summers came and went, and then
her trail body was laid amid the clods of the
A! si how nviny liko Mrs. is tin. havp thus
pa---ed away, wli", if truly Invml nmi cared for
WHildl.aiP liprn tlie light nf now darkened
li"'ii is and the b'p-sing and joy of now mothei-!e;-
children and Ic'ieaved hiishands !
I From the .rKcnsutr Traveler.)
A l'oetical I'ocin allcr Voo, (w ith a sharp stick.)
KOf BV ' rEVITOH."'
' Once upon n midnight stormy a lone bach
elor Attorney pondered in inj u curious volume
of his heart's forgotten lote; while he nodihd,
nearly napping, suddenly there came ii tapping,
as of somi! out; gently rapping lapping at Ins
cliainber door. "'is the spirits !' and lie si trt-
the volumes of most venerable lure, liuoth
Hie lawyer 'What a bore !'
'It must be something serious; ibis is cer
tainly mysterious, quite an advent of the tipirit
icsurreelion con amnre. Hut I understand
them mostly !' here there came a rap so ghos.
ly that ho could no more dtsemble as In- has
done heretofore, and his feco grew pale and
paler ns ho started fur the door, down he fell
upon the lloor!
'Then (here came a clatter, clatter, and bis
teeth began to chatter, as the spirits gathered
round linn, and accused him very sore ; how,
will) handsome face all smiling, nud with witi
niii" words besiiiiiiiL'. ho had charmed swav
the senses of lair maidens by the score! and
each lass had fondly fancied 'twas Ifer he did
adore, Quoth the lawyer 'Nevermore !'
'Slaitlcd at the stillness broken by reply so
aptly spoken, lor the answer, strange enough,
quite a relevancy bore ; Ihey began a noisy rap
ping sort of spiritual clapping, which the law
yer thought could lie but a fash oi,ab!e encore
and again, as if his soul in that word he
would outpour, did he groan out 'Nevermore !'
'Freseol.y In-soul grew stronger ; he.ta.ing
ll,e" loitffor ( ) ! Mid he, 'sweet spirits
your forgiveness 1 implore ; on my knees, to
cverv ghosless w ho to love Ins play oil the host
ess,! will promise to recant the many faithless
things swore! Will you pronuso then to
leave me V here he pointed to the door. Happed
the spirits 'Nevermore !'
'Be that word our sign of parting,' said l,e
ipless wight, upstarting; 'hie ve hence into
H'O darkness, seek ye out some distant shore.
In tlie noisy c.imp or lor.im, in the lonely sane
sunrlnrum Mich nbasllv. emu. iinniiiiilv
r t. i i."; (,nt.i.
Wpro neu,r bcen toforc. Iavo my luneljncts
.1 l.bml.pn'bprp I.P OIIPIIPlI wide I be Hoof
... ...Vv 1 n '
d Hk spirits 'Nevermore!' !
'So ibrso vixen guests nf evil spirits still
Iho' most uncivil they will never leave the
I r t i
i.iwyiT, uiu in ifurs no may un pions At his
falso heart tl ev ar t nmi it. ibeu i.Vn r.
r ippinp, rapping, and he w.shes, oh how valnlfi
that Ins haunted life were oVr ; and Im often 1
ughs-'Oli ' could I but recall the dajs of
jure, I would i i.tm Nevermore
i ii i i uiith Mrs i': f... . it,.
From the London Globe, April 5.
Kntntlon of the IJnrtli Hontlcrcil Visible.
The experiment now being exhibiting in
aris, by which the diurnal rotation of the,
.,,il, t. ..i i .i.... ., ,
of tho most retnarkahl" of the modern verifies
i...... Pr itnuuieu ii nn it n up ,). nun
tnninf theory. Allho'igli (he demonstratinn
by which the rota lion of the ear'b bus been cs.
lablished ba such as tn c -rv a conviclion to
, d :f
! : mltluS 01
nil who arc capable of compre-
i""",u"" iiiiercsi mrj taumactinn, anil lo tlie
I ro.., ,.. , , ,. ... . .
I phennmein I v w
experiment is inv
T, ."V Jl'?'1
..ii.oii un: coiiipiiuaico inysicai
wiii int: liiiii ll Uil L' i Va Cill
Inch the rotation ol the earth
died are incomprehensible, this
At the centre of the dome nf ihp P.inth
fine wire is attached, fr.im wltich a sphere of
menu, iour ur live inr.iies in duimetrr, is pus-
nnnrlnl an t, 1, 1. it f .1.. 1 . 'i i
r v..v ov, uC ii; imiii; iifiif UIL" UUUf UI UIG UllllO-
ng. 'J'his apparamn i, put j vibration aflcrl
ii, m... r ' i.i. r t, ,
.i.i. iiiniitiLi in n penuuium. unuer, anu con- i, ,i, , ,, . ,,
centrical with it, is placed a circular table, ,, '3 "' Jfsl;l 'I'' '0 Meamer Great Brit
some twenty feet in diameter, the circumfer-1 1 '"' , f e ''""'""p are complete, will be cti
pnro nril,il, ,t.!.i.i i i' i Ilcre fertile New urk trade.
' &c. and tb i J v!.... ;
j be shown bv the most elemental minclnlns nl
, i '' ""' i ii i ii ou r i u . nmv, ucan
bo shown hv I bo innci o omni.. i
mechanics,' that supposing ,h cVr to have
the diurnal motion upon iu axis which is im-
1 .. !, i i . . . . .
nnlpil in ii .,,,1 ...l.i.i. !..!.. I.. i
i ----- i " ims.ii i-A iiiiuia mo pueiiumena
ot day and night, Sic the plane in which this
pendulum vibra'es will not be affected bv this
diurnal motion, but will mainfain strictly the
f-ame direction during twenty-four hours. ln
this interval, however, the taole over which tlie
pendulum is suspended will continnallv chanrre
its position in virtue of the diurnal motion, so ! 'o,Pf pat,n , b,y.tl,e .""ffy fora genc
as lo make a complete revolution round its '".V111 bons, divided over twenty
centre. 1 .'ears. for the repair ol all religiuus monuments
... , ,, , and edifices.
:',"??! J'!0!1! "e !.ab,c ,h"3 reyolv;cs- anJ t!ie I'"USS.A.-The Berlin Ministerial nance
i-ouuiiiui which v urates over It noes lint rp.
. ..I..- .i ... .. .
i ; " Zhv, J ."J"" Aaf "P"
I ... t... ..i t.. i . .",
- " W..U..-.., Hi- lllll.L.,11,11 I L l.lll k LI V
" oi-J irtuiu. iron niinuie in m.niiin nmi rnin.tnim i,' i.c . a:... .. .
1 ... 1 .. . r ,
111 1 iinr. sn 1 1 il s 1. 1 ni... 1 .. nvr. n.n..'..i
hour to hour, so that if such point were a pen -
. 11.111a mat paper veto spread upon the table, Aus rr.tA.-It is stated that the Austrian bov
the course formed by tins pencil during twenty, ornment is inclined to accede to Srnlbrt
four hours wmild form a system of lines radia- Diet. Prince Schwo-tenln rrris . .
titigfrom the centre of the table, and the two I con in, a I tlP, , I nS .C?llw
lines formed after th, interval of one hour would h a deficit in the n ,acM for X "ear 0 f 77 -always
lorm an angle with each other of 15 ,' Uil,(J-5 ilorin-- Tl,. rmn.t ' ? . '
beinsr the 24.1, nut of the circ.mfcrpnr,.. ' .'. f:... ..I :!.LWror h!W fc. an
Itlus is rendered actually visible to the crowd I arn.nerit demn,, ,li rV" .v. . ""T
1 .1,,- , ..i.i .......11.. .., 1 . 7, "
With Ibe pnrll. tn, ,1 .,.!..! I. ..........
she became which dai v l ock In the I'.intbenn tn ivitnoss I i..,... :.. '. '." 1 r
gl, and in- this remarkable experiment. The n r . ed ' T rS"'lW. ,n K ranc,V .
' the brain. ' eye of a correct observer, esneciallv ifoided In- r.,A , ' A"T "noaMor Jim
en., clock, , a proper optical .nstrument may actually see sutb, H.thyani, -Moera, and ho two I'urseU
i rV,. . l,rr :r.""?l,(Ci'solno ?ixt' 'v"i ro iho
..... .. ..... ..,,., , upp.i-
rent that t be ba . or rather t ip no nt iiihielm,
to the ball, does net return precisely to the
..... ,., n. is iuo-, liussnns wn ev.icuatu the Danubiin minci-
dered visible the motion which the Uble has in J palitics on the th "'"'""un punci-
common wh the earth. , j,?IA C,,.;.Inull remaiM -L
It is true that, correctly speaking, the table A fkirmish had taken jilacn at Harrow on the
does not turn round its own centre; but turns mountains near Kohut, between so.no' robber
round the axis of the earth ; nevertheless, the hordes and a l'linjaub r?gim-nt. in which the
cirect of the motion relatively U. the pendulum former were defeated and driven back. A "con
suspended over the centre of tho table, is pre- piracy hid boon discovered in Nipaul. theo'o
cnely Ihe same as it would be if the table jeet of which was to murder Con. Jaiii'b.ih'il-
innveu once in twenty-four hours round its own
cenire, mr annoiigii inc table be turnee,, in
common with the surface of the earth, round
the earth's axis, the point of suspension of the
penuuium is turned also in tlio same time round
me same axi, Lemg cin'inuully miintaineil
vertical above the centre of the table. The
plane in which the pendulum vibrates does not,
however, partake of this motion, and, consc-
quently, has the appcirance of revolving once
W?", ''""I ovtir. 'I,e ,ill,'e' while- !n
reihty, it ts the table which revolves once in
. r" ' 7.
Ji'nor. Mcl.r.AN ash tub 1 uoitive Slave
fi uv. In hi-charge to the jttn. ut Co umbus,
llonmttlml.ll, ..i.-l l..,l..nM.l.... ..
-"-I ' ."...in-.. - uuKi.- .111 uvaii, anion-
other remarks, congratulated tho jury that no vi -
olatiun or infraction of tlio law i (dating to the
I'pciaination of fugitives from service had taken
place within this .State. Ho remarked that this
fact spoke well for theclrir.ictor of tiie citizens
of Ohio. He trusted no forcible interference
.,-; i. .1... .. . ...
w ,l,l . n..'.,.r i, vi.n,i, i ... , . i. V. . ..
If the law were object ionabl
. - . ............. ..I.... mi. ...... s,
. il In, ro,.,r..1in.l
by the ballot b. x. Forcible resistance should
not be countPiiinced. It should bo promp ly
discouraged and frowned down. Hitch a mode
of redress his no stiict...ii, and can havo no
sanction from the in-!!"'- or morals of the
country. It tends alik ,j tho i- ibversinn of all
order, and tho destruction of all the securities
ol our social existence.
Xnvr.r, Give a Kick rot: a Ihr. I learned
. ... iMir.uii-u
.a good lesson when I wis a I. Lie girl, says a
lady. One frosty morning 1 was looking out
ot Jie window into my father's barn-yard where
tnod many cows, oxen and horse', wailing In
drink. The cattle all stood very still and meek.tili
one of the cows, attempting in turn round, hap
pened to hit her next neighbor, whereupon the
neighbor kicked and hit another. In five min
utes Ihe whole herd were kicking each other
with lury. My mother laughed, and said,' i-ee
what comes uf kicking when jou are hit.'
Just so I have seen one cross word set a whole
family by the ears some frosty morning. After
wards, if my brothers or myself were a little ir
ritable, she would say, 'Take care, my children ;
remember how the fight in the barn-yard began.
Never return a kick .'or n hit, nud you will save
yourself and others a great deal ol trouble.'
A Sort, ahove Steamsc, -When young
Billy llotton lost one of his fingers a few eve
nings ago, 'Old Saratoga' overheard a con
versation between him and Scheesicks about
'Hilly, how did you loose your finger'
'Easy enough,' said Billy.
'I s'poso so but bow ?'
'I guess you'd ha' lost your'n if il had been
whar mine was.'
'That don't answer my question.'
'Wall, if you must know,' said Billy, 'I had
to cut it ofTelsp Mral the trap. Ihe. Mirror
I.ivr. Betthi ' I hive been young, and
am now old ; and in tlie review of the past and
future, I declare unto you, beloved pupils, were
it permitted me tn live my life again, I would,
by the help of God, from the very outset live
better, les from the outset I would frown up
on every vice; I would lavor virtue, and lend
my inlliience to advance whatever would exalt
and adorn human nature, alleviate human mis-1
.... ...! I... , , ..l l, ,. ...I.I I II. , : r
tr'." '."." "-v ..... ...v .... .,..,
line tlio lioaien to wmcn l aspire, be abotlo ooi
innocence and felicity. Yes th, u,h I were .,1
exist no loncer than the ephemera that spor
away their hour in the sunbeams of the morn-1
. . . . - . ...
nin" : even dur
'C'. : " l. ' f. "Z'"? V""' '.,
tUat Urinf r'mA 1 ......1,11
gions of flight and fall among ,ha Mars, than!
creep the earth and lick the dust with the ren-
lile, and having done sn, bed my body with mv
memory in the gutter ' 'Jtev. l)t Noll
New Scries, v0l. tf fto. 45
AR1XIVAL OF TIIE NIAORA.
Halifax TF.Lnoniini OrncEt April 30.
England. The Agression liill will t,n
in ruruameni (iii tbe 6th of j.Iav.
t I, i. . T u.tau
- ! -r t ' 1 ,Ht "!0 ('"'""nfiitary commillee
....... . j -
of inquiry have resolved to recoinmpn.l tlmr ih
) American mail strituicrs call at Hulybead for
j the purpo.'c of recoiling and landing th miils
The schism in the Established "Churc. is
widening. Tho llishop ol Exter proposps the
i convenuing of a ihocec and synod. Tho Cor,
ham question is at tho bottom of tbu difficulty.
,'itbout feelings of ' xt "sl""n " oe openeu by Her
, 1 :Vi?JiM?J.M,y 1,1 Matc n the 1st of May, but the
public are to bo excluded until the ceremony is
...I ,t iti- ... ltJ ,j
I ?i ' iV? '"It" l!c,c!s lV" le admil-
ted. I here will bp tinny thousand troops with
in nr nines ui uyue i-.uk on trie occhk'.iiii.
Lady Franklin is again fitting out the Prince
Albert for a voyage to the Acrtic, in semch of
the missing expedition.
Joru ixindunderry has made Yery praife-
,f,,tl1 m..i . .1 . J . r" 1
r.. "A ... ' p.B:a."on.. ,h0 A'sidcnt of
i ' ranee to re ease A br p Km ir
'i . I'asce Trade is dull. Wheat is still Woe
1 " "t
1 ln t,'. agricultural districts. Haw Silk ha.s
' ""J T' A-cml
fl - i? i n""M ,,fe,ebrate
' IDG JLn IJ 11 111 1 P. in nromi r.. sn.
Jim Assembly has granted
' tlie Jtobllblic. J ho nress. favorable tn iho Mi
i.,. . ,i ' '. ,
! L 'Jin ffr ,i Prcsen,at.10" ' pet'tions for a
I. " of l,e constiiiition. The President
' ,, , B m:iny e Jud,cial functinnries
! J 'Zu?f,l , "'"k M " m mu,liciP:l elections
r y "eld Ul;a" d the Aube,
,. !uo.nsclv-ll"'es gained signal triumphs. A
' stnlns I ,.i i. ... , ., r-r
-..n,, uuiura j.uirianu ana rrancn. ifns.
I Sm t0 .,,as remonstrated against tho Aust.ian
Klrl.fl Tn.1T nil fl.nf'n. t
. ui. uuiuian oiaies enotlli nccoiln
' al crisis are rife.
miiMun uiet. iiumora ot a .Mm stpr .
lV 'onucai prisoners. -J'fic Uov
1 Klin II ST I I I llrt lif 4 l"..i . tut
I 11 . i . . . . 7
A.-.-.. '-s...uu Ul IMIMyeil. 1 !C OUlEf
i.ucsi accmtnt.9 l.om Ilos n a sMtu that the rob
I ... . , .. . ' lllit"lc rca
I tlio chicftans we rc
j oor. i lie conspirator- were his own father and
brother. 'J'lie G ener.il isn fivrtrito f'tl... ...-..
wliomthe conspirators endeavored to gain ove'rl
I rom China the accounts state t at the initr-
oerers ol J Jceasta had been taken, and tint four
J'iraiii "ai junks Ind been captured. Kvports
"'ore heavy. Tho crop uf cotton is ood and
j clean b
I 7'.. Vrwrif Peach and all e'icr Fruit Tr"t
t'rub.-. correspondent has the fol-
lowing: Take a piece orC.nvas-s from sW to
ten inches in width, and length sufficient lo fold
twlcp arf"'"d the trunk of the treo, of two inches
benentli the surface of tin; ground - place a
string loosely arround Ihe middle ol the belt,
.. ..I I. . e .1 . .. 1
ami ill 1 ill- lop O! 1110 tl?lt With S00t, lime or
1 ashes. Tnis should be renewed every sprin"
tr. ,1 . .......t. . 1 , ... ... . J. 1 . .
... ...- .ooiiiii in .-vprn, i roes treated in this,
o n ue auacKeu lv inn o-rn i u-.i-m
I . . . .
Bed fold Mercury.
Is Mn. Sum.ier F.-rriTi.F.n to a Seat ii the
I 7 ne following pertinent lacts, from
ng pertinent lacts, from
Transcript, are worthy
., riirrpsniiiii lent or Hi.,
! . ..
... .imn .
"Mr. S. bad just a majority of the votes ai
counted by the Committee. If'lbey had counted
the two blank voles ho would not have been
Mr. David Lev,' Yulee, for the list si;: yeirs
i Senator from Floridi, was recently a candi
date for re-election, and on the first lul'u! had
ncV'ir majority, exsluding blank votes. Therj
the Committee counted blanks, and dddared
there was no election. On a subsequent ballot
Mr. Stephen 11 Mallory was elected, and hu
receiied Ins cri-drnliais. Mr. Vulce. mean,
while, has addressed a memoriil to Congress,
claiming the scat.
Now the Senate i'. the final juJge of 'he eUc
tinn of its mcnmrmhcri, 'and it will eilliri de
clare that blanks shall no: be counted, and
thereby exclude Hon. Mr. Mallory, Senator
elect from Florida, or that they shall be, and
thereby send home Hon. Mr. Sumner, Senator
elect Irom Massachusetts. Which shall it be J
The facts are, we believe, correctly stated in
the above, and the only conclusjon'uliicli wo
can deduce from them is, that either Mr. Sum
ner is not, or Mr. Yulee is, entitled to a scat in
the Senate, llnston Journal.
We havo most ungraciously omitted for
longtime, to notice a email volume, for whirh
wo ara indebted to the accomplished author.
It is ; "Lectures on Hygiene and Hydropathy
Roland S. Hougiiio.n, M. Jir. Hoi'o'iToa
is a thoroughly educated Physician, in New
York, who adopted the Hydropathic system of
Medical theory and practice, a few years ago,
allcr careful cxatnination and study, and shows
himself quite competent to explain and defend
il. His ' Lectures" are elegantly written, as
well as practically useful to the increasing
numbers amonjj us who are converts to ihe
"Water enre" doctrine.
Wo are glad to notice, by the way, that Ihe
excellent and ndtnirable work ou Hydropathy,
"BUI.WER AND FOKBER O.N TIIE WATER TllEAT-
JIENT," has been stereotyped, and a second ed -tion
issued. Dr. Houghton modMtlv
tt tta"nr 'e oook, though by no means Ihe
lenst vulnnl.tn .n.l l. .!.. -r .
.v ,..,(,,., ,,llu u, II,
contents us is from his nen
.. " " "' r0"'
Wr' t,A",,0N, the Indefatigable circulator of
l'3''t and heavy literature, has handed us "The
II.' . n . .
"fnKalm"r! vel by U. I,.
1mM PMedt ',c"rs' Will k
I):iTC"P"r'. Npw 0u- opinion is that
"' an immense surplus of this descriplion
of 'ilerature citan', and lbt . c Uu U Is ps.1