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ST. AXiBA.TSrS, YT, MARCH 1R, 1864-
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i iiu'iwux j.nii.v i time I Bnw her." he WMit on. in a inu-' in Saratoga, when u hand placed litrlit-1 Philip's tiiusl have boon at Avhat those extend Hit; dark area of liinnim bon
1 1 iif.wmn i;vRitv rutDAV
HKNHV A. CUTLER.
rr.itMs or si;st iiuTio.v i
' -i p ' ivinn the pivprr through the 1'ont
I.J a i r nunum. To Villiw Mihserthem
er, o re in 111
pnper lijf the
hniy in .Mi,rtiri.
IIV'IKS 111-1 ADVnttTlUVBl
ii i Vnvv.nTiMCSir.NTH. lVr Hqtiare of la
i if thin tji, fur Hrot lntM-rtimi 7ft
1 i i ,i- li Hulimn'ini nt innertlon, '-i-i iciiln.
, i,. i ut iiiKittiiMiH imiHt l-d marki il on
mi nt, hi tin will 1- rolitmurd
1 nut. Tt .iii-n ut nhrrtiH(mriitN to
i mi I'U.incr.
, i ii 1 1 ill bo nwrti-il fit 12 cents jur
-i mi nt l TK Yr.An, with tb
UiM- . 1IM flil'HlK .
- .1 i -1 11 tl.ll
I ,i . li inn
ii la I'oli'iiin
f 18 m
.uniiit U-MN than ofip-qimrtir
pir mpnm w ill In- ihiuwil.
THE BURIAL OF MOSES.
: i, ii !i -ii in a vnth y (n thf hind of Mo
i . , Mini i r lnit no man W- -ith
. ,, o. until ihiM day. - Pout. S4:
v I - l.-iii 1 moitntnlti,
i Hi ' .ls li li nl in h iikm
Ii - ,'. in tin Ininl of Monl',
Inn li.-s :i loiinly Riavr
i 1 i - i i m .lux th'.i' xi-pnli-lili',
1 1 ' ! tin tll.lll MH it (-'fi
1 i n tin nun. ! of (mil upturn! '1 the unit
Aii-I i.ikl tin- iK'iul Hum tin ii .
'lluit hum the grandest fumiiil
'I'll il i-M r p. i sm il on rartli;
Hui n 'i niHti hcaid thr trauiplni','
I ir -uu the tl'kn go forth,
, --I h -ih nt til.- in li-'tit
i ni'n s when tin- irTght I" l"in .
i ', 1 1 111' cntUMoii Hllf UK on in1 rtimoiii
( .1 - - into tin- gn at ivil mci.
sing tone. "Sho a, us bonding over
lioi' motlior'B eollln, I boliovc L could
haw Wpjit with her, so lovely did she
look in grief. 1 am sorry for her ;
but I lmvo wud ambition, and cannot
tnko anothor brido."
"Philip Loods," I Biiid, pausing and
laying niy hand upon his arm, "lot
mo aviuh you against thin rash deed ;
do not deHtroy the jicncD of a confiding
girl. CariioAvill wait for you, and
with such a prize in nov you wll
study all the belter. Love will not
impede your progress, believe me."
"Do you speak from oxporionco?"
ho asked, with a smile.
" No ; from common sense," I re
plied. "Or rather from sensitive feeling,"
ho added. "I fancy, David," he con
tinued, "that Carrie would suit you
better than myself. AV'oll, nftor to
morrow night she will bo froo for you
to win. But, excuse mo, I have an
engagement. 1 shall be in my room
at the usual time."
Here ho left me, and I sauntered
back to the seminary, thinking of
ly upon my shoulder caused me to
"Philip Leeds!" I exclaimed, "is it
possible you a ro hero?"
"My dear follow" ho was as cordjal
and friendly as over "do you suppose
no one has a light to a holiday but
yoursolf? How long a time is it sinco
"wo met?" he continued seating him
solf beside me.
"Not since school days," I said.
"ITow has the world used you, Philip?"
"Oh ! so, bo," he replied, with a light
laugh, "1 need not ask von the ques
tion. Humor says von will one day
at the price of a nation's life, (
the dark area of human bon-
She batlj'efuKed (Inge, and once more cover the sea
THE FORGE OF VOLCANOES,
Cotopaxi, in 17HH, threw its they
rockets .1,000 fuet abovo its crater,
few words revealed
v. .i ii. ..... t. ...!.., II. .. .1 i.; ii : e ...1
mm, uien, aiu-r uu .. K ...... u mo- m u. ve mnV, uw .u... ..,. while in 17-11 the blazing mass stnig-
fesmonof his attachment. 1-roin the, goes (.f human so.ds rise abovo jjM,, for ,U1 outH, so that its
prose mmymim.M.u. iU.. ,u . , (i u.e ... ...i ...u ..uH- , r f j vn.(1 (1 (1Btftnpp nf
-to the low grave where C an te Hall nant leavens ? Let the sea answer j . mMnA lllik,M. Jn , 7!)7
was seeping. from he -depths where unnumbered t, ( f TungurKUI 0110 of tll0
"01 Carrie, I thoiiglil, "one of thousands of dead slaves he, cast alive . , , ,.." i.'V 4t ,
your own sox has tmwittnigly avenged out of the accursed slave slnps , lZ HlSn Z !
.von." "o earui reply, wiioso uommi mis oeon ,, ., v,t,.Q
1 1 .11 f T MIVill I. Aimun, .Mill it I I ll.ili i
oeilownd with llin nwent, mid iiars nf . . A , - J
I did not see Philip the next morn-
Tyler. Jn 1845 lie ro-entorcd tllO Sen
ate, and was a member of it, in 1850,
when he died. t
Daniel Webster came to the House
of HopresontutiveH, in 1811, from New
Hampshire. In 1820 ho was elected
from Boston, Mass., to which city he
had removed. In 1828 ho was fllaeted
to the U. H. Senate. In 1811 ho was
Secretary of State. In 1815 ho w:ts
again a Senator.
r .,,., i l 1. ..1. ..1 li
rait, ami tears oi, ... i .... i i i J.n inou ne agamioiiK uuurgu ui u."
ing, although ho had promised to drive unrequited toil ; let the sky respond, " 8 tro un from ! Vont of State,; and ill led thnt
mo. At noon a nolo was handed me I whoso starry eyes have watched the go- vLTu ins wh i. 1 1 in 1 7irMsiriliroiS l"wi,i"n ,lt t,w ,f m Jwi 'J' 11h
from him. It run thus- I rv stens of the midniht furtive, wfth ! i""VMAli 1 ,,':" ' ' VVl!"S.. politicnl career lastfcd about Uiirtj-six
David That ticket was a blank, thobayof the bloodhound on Ins track. I t .... ..) . ' ... .".fi Jim
Miss Camoron declines tho honor of
bo a successful author. Ah 1 Leland, j my hand. Saratoga has henceforth no
I used to tell you that you were ambi-1 attractions for me. I leave for New
York tins morning, i nope to meet
As surely us God lives and reigns, as '
certainly as the divine Bedeemor came
to break every yoke and let the op
pressed go free, so certninlv and so '
you there in the fall. Meanwhile, good 1 surely is tho cause of the North the.
cause oi mercy and justice, ol truth
and righteousness I
tious in your quiet way.
"And you," I. rejoined. "I Biinnosc
ambition is still vour smidinir star?" 'bve. Pim.ir
"Why, yes, I suppose it is," and he j Circumstances prevented me from
smiled, curiously. "Life i8 a kind of meeting him again for many long years,
kitten', after all Leland." I 'Hmo had thrown tho foregoing
"Tl'iat dooscn't imply that you have events into tho background of memory,
drawn a blank, does it V" I when one day traveling on a western
"Whv, mi, I haven't drawn anvtb:nf-r i railroad, my attention was attracted
an yet. 1 have just enUrod upon uie ; by an nuliviutml wlio pmercti tne car
practice oi tho law ; out 1 feel as at one ol Uie way stations.
fVirio Hall, and wondcriutr bow her I thouirh my tickets may be blanks or : I had seen him before, but when
woman s neart wouiit Dear tno stroKt prizes. couui urn i-u. jus nmr mm mm kjV should he desired? Js it uluai.le as a
that was impending. I knew that the ' "Then vou are not. as snnguine as and his form- somewhat bent. The svstem of labor? No! it is the worst
beautiful, graceful woman. Unit in you used to bo as to success V" hues around the mouth were sharply
four years lie would bei-ome, would' "Of course, not. You do not think drawn, and his keen dark eyes seemed
do honor to as prond a collegian as . that school boy dreams List forever, do to cast a suspicious glance on his fel-
l'hiltp promised to be. Deeply as 1 ' you?" " low travelers. His reserved manner
pitied Carrie. I felt that he would be "Hut von are determined as then, prevented me from addressing any
. .. . .... 111' 1 . . T , 1 1
are von not t casual remaru 10 mm, mil x waicueti
"Yes," he exclaimed, and his dark eve him carefully. At the station lie left lions of poor whites ! Alns! ithade
Hashed. "What do you suppose I am the car, and I saw him walk awa into graded them even below tin- level of
here for, Leland ?" , the town. An acquaintance of mine the slaves. Has it benefitted the black
tlio gteater sutVerer ; for 1 knew that
i hoveer successful he might be in the
world, it neer could give him the
w ;Wi of her true, loving heart.
1 did not see Philip the next day
after study hours. He seemed to avoid knocking the ashes off my cigar.
thirty-four millions cubic feet of solid
matter ; and, in 1701, when Torn- Del
Oreco was destroyed a second time,
the mass of lava amounted to forty
five millions of cubic feet !
In ll71) the ci.iter of Ktna poured
forth a llood that covered over eighty
Rfiunre miles of surfuce. mid measured
Why any man at tho North should ; om. hundred millions of cubic feet,
desno tho perpetuation of African Shi-, ()n tujs occasion the sand and scoria-'
very, after it has been laid open to des- fonn0(i the Monte Bossi, near Nicolosi,
truelion by tho treason of seholdei-s. coll0 two ,mjCH iu cim,iuf, mi(.e ,ui
ir to me a mystery. What is there in the four thousand feet high. The stream I
moral iuiluences of domestic dospotisiu 1 ii.-i.ion d,,...,, ,i ;,, it-in o ,
I tlMmght; to fnvor its continuance? What is there motion at the rate of a yard pt da
l ni it, lovi-lv mill of iroorl reiuirr. t hut. it, t : n ft.... .1: .
- . - r 1 --iiiii.im- iiiifiii.m uiirx till' i-iiiin lull ,
and it is mi recuiil that the lavas of
tli Kiiinc no itmf niii. iiftiT n ti'Vi'ihle
ot all, the most exhausting, tho most
wasteful of all. Has it benefitted tin
slaveholders? No! it has made trai
tors of the majority of them, and ru
ined alike their tempers olid their for
tunes. Has it improved (lie six mil-
eruption, weir nut thoroughly cooled
mid coiibolidutcd ten uur afti r the
In the erupt inn of Yesirvius, . 1).
70, the scoria an 1 ashes vomited forth
far exceeded the entire bulk of the
mountain : while, in 10GH, Ktna di
chargi'd more than twenty tiims its
ovn mass. Yt-smiiiH 1ms thrown its
' ,.-i-l-1 111 , , -t -'111. lllivnn. , l nillllfn ...l-. till - '.iu . '
l or pleasure. I presume, I replied entered the cars, as they moved on, , nice? It has indeed partially civilized own ashes as fur ns Constantinople
i-U an tin StiriHK tmi"
i rown ot M-riinrr ttmvi
i on all tin
Ai,.l all the tn-.-
' i i n tin ir tl oiihuiiO. ii ii i
. nitliout Mi'ih,l nf mil H".
Or nii-i- nf thoHi- that wrpt,
Kill n'lj iluwn tn mi tin' liiMinitimrM omnn
Tin gii .it pro.-, s-i.-ii him 1 1.
1'. n-li 1 1 -1'- tin 1
On 'i. ' I'., ill.
Hut i-t Iut i'i i'Im
1... ' . 1 - ill-
1 . li.i'n .' tin I
ri I i 1
.'.Mlro i. '
' . ! .' 1 K II
1 ! I
I l -hull- ill it llllll.
I ill 11 I 1
i In 1 1
I In- nh
" win tl.
H i-i inn .
il 1 I' H' .li. I n,
, m tin -Mir
Hi ii in-1 1 m i - ,1 iiinl in ii fit ilrum
1 tin tmii i il fir.
'1 hi i Mioirth- luiiiin-r tuKi'ii,
I in y li 11 In- linttli-s won.
i .1 lift- r li.m li ,nl lib m ii -t it'--, b-.
in! ,u ilu 1 1 1 . miiinli- mm.
11 1 l the sn-i' tu li -t.
th i'o-tl niiirliu- ilri-Hl.
Win tv hum lik- iflonis t nl
) .i'i; tlir cmhlazniii-il null.
'I'll i ii-i 1'iK'kli ! wwot-il;
'In-, th.- most k'ifti-d i t
Hut .Mr hri .it 1 ii il a wonl.
..... ....!.'.. 1.1. .1 1.. -
111. in,. ,1. i. tl.l. MM i.!i..i InitliM h.ilf Ml s..i'n
- hi IM'nlt' ll'iwll tor IIK'Il,
1 11' lltl: -111.' fill 111.- p,l!l,
' ' II- III Stilt.' ttlllll- llllu't'lM Wll it,
. ' Ii st ir t. r t.ipt-r-1 t.ill.
I t 1 1 il.llk liii'k-JUlli lll-.l' tii-SIIif; plmwH
1 ' . r lus lin r lo w ii i'.
I I....!- iw ii li.iml, in tli.it loncii hini'l,
1 i h.-ll 111 111-. k'l"'M !
me. ite was absent during tho eve-'
ning, and, as we roomed together, I
determined to await his return. Nine
o'clock came, and I w us fast beginning
I to hope that he was sptnding a true
i lover's evening, when I heard his step
in the hall. 1 had retired, and feigned
sleep as ho entered. He walked with
Ins usual proud, merge! ie tread ; but,
;is I glanced furtivi h at him, 1 saw
Ih'it Ins fnce was judtt and lin;. t; n-l
His li.n.d tl'i'liilih'il, in.-, -is l r t t i n
the llo-lit. He tin 'l 1 ' 'k !l .'ll ki I I I
1' I tei'K tV' i-i ln ii-Ki ! . i'lul I i
1 111 I'I III II s nl ! 1 11 l.k. 1 Sltll'l 1, Hie i
t lit to sl p.
l'i)ilii wa--. now wlinll diMitf.i t i
11S s mile-,. Hi- Sl-ldolll WSl'ilil'll fi 't
i 1 ei-M . a tu I lliil'ilW in it lei d t hi iilii 1m -mi
nt- "1 lln ilii-ernund.
)iie iiiuiit. iiiiniit a month : ft v ins
iib'iiiiluhiKi lit of Carrie, 1 h arned that
she d.uiifi roiisly ill of t. er. 1
went lninieihati ly to my -oom, where
Philip was i ngaeeil w.th tins Mitclid.
"So, l'hilip," 1 said, 'it ins Car
. rie Hall h;is tound a biidegroom who
will prou more f: itlilnl than nu
' Death.'' I anwf n -1.
I w as w atohni'' linn
Wife hunting?" I continued rais- pointing to the receding figure.
ing my eves curiously.
"Well, yes," he replied, frankly. "I
am dancing attendance upon a lady
here whom I should be glad to win."
"She must be a paragon."
"She is," he replied, in a low, deep
tone ; "and besides, she is the daugh
ti r of :i -i-l'tiL' la-. r who ean ad-aiii-i
tin ;T -illy M union with In r
Would I ie n ii 1 1 stel ipillg st one lo sue-
i i. i I . ir l . . t . . .i i , -
ami semen iiimwii m'niue un-. Uleui. but that the nro nlential v ai
"Do you know that man ?" I asked, 1 pointed time of their deliverance bus
it. ...1,. ti.Mi . .i t
'Yes, that is Lr-'ds, the lawyer in
'What is his first name?"
"Philip, I think. Do you know him'J"
"I nliiv lilu'W ,-l Philip Lei ds. and
pn Mime thin is the saiin- one'. YA hat
km' 1 i !' i a ii 1 i n i- In - '
W i !1.
iw i r .it.
h'.l. . d, and do
the iadv faor
i , to '
lie Is a
hi; linked, stiii'd'iL
"'I'liaf' more than I know; souk -times
I think so Hocer, I mean to
a si i rtain soon. There she in," he coii
tinui d, as a party of ladu s came uj)
the sti j.s.
He li ft me as ho spoke and
w.dki d towards them. His marked
'reference to one of the number indi
cated the object of his pursuit. She
was a proud, imperious, girl, I knew
from In r manner, and I concluded,
from the few glances I cast upon, h.-r,
that she km w well her worth in the
aft r approached
. i-t pin il,
a liaid o;
' i In li.as made
tllllie to e;i t plopi it
luollo. 1 In I,. e. ii
for ri pn s.'ni.itiw t
his i ejiiu if ii ui as a i lost
was such that our wi
Aoilld not elect liim."
Is he married ';"
' No ; lie m too dose t
such a luxury as a wife.
I'lumliline; at the hi-di pric
"And this," I thought, "is the once
generous, gift id l'hilip L cds. Kn-
lowed with genius that should hae
made him a noble and gifted man, he
t. The party soon has labored for self alone, and verily
.1 , '. T,l 1 11.
the place wncro i ne nas ms reward.
come is manifest in the divine
moti of this war ; the report of the
ttrst cannon tired against Sumter Was
the oice of Ciod, reverberating over
sea and land, saving, "let this people
go." Hi r.Jiihn (,'. ImiiVh Thtiuktijiiiiuj
Tie- ! in, it Tulilr has several capital
artu-h s, hut none better than the one
on Breakfast and Jb-eakt'astiiig which
re, uls is if it might be from the p n of
.osi pii Ptarber of winch the follow
ing is un t slract :
" An American breakfast especially
at this appetizing season is the t
ulin' of a matutinal feast. 'Juno
allow himself when she liantpieU ' has nothing equal
H- is always to it. hat is Olympian Ambrosia to
Buckw heat Cakes ? And then at c'oiTeo
makn.g w e can beat e en the French.
Not that wo always do il but there
are artists among us whoso decoc
tions of tho fragrant berry put the Pa
risian Cafes to shame.
Our broiled spring chicken is a thing
.is run once
'li-i i ss . lmt
tisti d tawyrr
Syna, and l'.gpt ; it hurled stones,
eight pounds in weight, to Pompeii, a
distance of six miles, while similar
masses were hurled up a distance of
two thousand feet above its summit.
Cotopaxi has projected a block of three
hundred and twentv-seven feet in vol
ume a distance of nine miles ; and
Sumbawa, in 1815, 'during the most
terrible eruption on record, s nt its
ashes as far as Jna, over a distance
of three hundred miles of surfie i and
out of a majority of twihe thousand
souls only twenty-six escaped.
OFFICIAL SEEVICE0F LEADING MEN.
X O. Adams was Minister to the
Netherlands, under Washington, 17-!M-l5,
Minister to Portugal; 17
'.)( y 7 ; was Minister to Prussia during
the administration of his father, 17-'.W-1H0:5
; Senator, 180:J-t)8 ; Minister
to Bussia, under Madison, 1808-1 H ;
Commissioner to Ohcnt, 1813-11; Min
ister to England, 1815-17 ; Secretary
of State, under M.onros, 1810-24 ;
Presidents 1S24-2S ; and member of
' Congress from 18U1 to 1817, the date
of his death. 11ms, in a period of
Fahhionaum: Womf.n. Fashion kil!-
more women than toil and sorrow
Ol.edn nee to fashion isa greater trans
gression of tho laws (if woman'-i nu
ture, a grentor injury to her physical
and mental constitution, than the hard
ships il" poAcrty and neglect. The
slae woman at her tusk will livo und
grow old, and see two or three gener
ations of her. mistresses fade and ptii
away. The washer-woman, with ware
a ray nf hope to cheer Ik r in In r toils,
will lhc to Bee. her fashionable si--tirs
di( all around her. The kitchen
. maid is hearty and strong, whm her
hidA has to be nursed like a sick bab
It is a sad truth that fashion -pan,
pered women are almost worthless for
all the good ends of lminun life.
They hae but little force of chai ac
tor, they l-.a'.e still less power of mor
' al will, and quite as little physical ener
gy. The livo for no gn at purpose in
life ; they accomplish no worthy om -.
. They are only doll-forms in the ham'-i
of milliners and servants, to be dressed
and fed to order. They drees nobmh ,
they feed nobody ; they instruct no
body; tin y bless nobody. They writ o
no books ; they set no rich examples
' of virtue aud womanly lifo. If they
rear children, servants and nurses do
all, save to conceive nntl give them
birth. And when reared, what ai '
they ? A hat do thei e-er amount to
but winker scions of the old st
M ho (Mr heard of a f.'shionaHc
man's i Inid exhibiting any irttm
powt r i f mind forwhn h it becam
incut ." Bead tho Iuo-.m -qihies of
gu-iit ; in 1 good men and wou: n.
one of tlieui had afashioiiublci nitin .'
The liciirly all s-prang from -.tr.- ! .
minded women, who had us little to d
with fnxUiun auLvvith tho ehangii.;
Sf.nsl. Sense is a tangle of contr
diction. Ilio boy throw s wood on wri
ter, an el it floats ; then ho throws in
his new knifo aud it sinks. How was
he to know that the samo force would
lift a stick ami swallow his knifo?
He throws a feather after a knife,
ami away it swims on the wind. That
is another brook then, in which tho
'1' ' .1 C Itll'Utt .1 Ii I'I ' ,
n I i- mi. ollin. .1 . l.i
'in .iK :t ' nti fin-ist m . -nil mis tin n "lit )
Hi III- Jli-U'Lil lit il.'N.
-I ill.l with K'inl' IM'.lpln il iiri'llp't
1 Ii- iil'ls In ni - tl " !
I . ik i ' tin- ftnli thnt imiiv out hfn,
'i I I" llli .11 II, li. Sou i .1' ( i i 1 i
( t illitl lu .M.lftli H 1.111,1
' Ink 1!. tlipi.,1- hill'
. tu t In -.1- e-o'i. ms lii-nrt" of mm
:1 ti .ii-ii tlifiii to ho wtill.
ei i li an ins mvHtcnjii oi I'l'm-i.
V 's th.it we i-unnot tell :
11. in 1. s tin m .1. in, liki- tho Rccrt-l uluoD
"t In-'i In lul. il so ,!!.
THE AMBITIOUS FBIEHD.
LV ANN 1UWSO.N.
pleasant Juno evening we wero
together, my friend Phillip
Hid myself. Wo had entered
in. n.ivy together ; anil I, natu-.i-.tiu-and
shy, looked upon
1 ' 1. t dented Philip with great
'1 w.is proud to feel myself
1 him He seemed un
' I ' 1 nlitful as we strolled along
''t.ti load' and when he spoke,
w ,fl. a (ii,, t deti iinination 1
' r i i u In fore
ii i.stiongir in you, David,
i' 1 loe '; '
''d a the miestion.
il ei r suppose. Philip, that
. . . . ,
! ie;. so. Shy as you are, there's
'lie g beneath the 'exterior. But,
I 'imliitioii and i,i. have been
m my nature ; but now ambition
' i I'd me "
t do du mean ?" I inquired,
tell y ni. You know Carrie
saw that in sjjile
Ins ci ill if i iiangi
hi Id tn milled m
' hat do inn
most t'.i i i Is
through the dav.
of las self
1. and tin
im ,ui '.' In
s( lv, and I
to thank Heaven ujkui with epicurean 1 fiftv-Minm vnnr tbn intnnnlR butween - feather is a stick, and the stick .a stout
w as sitting. i At that moment I fe-lt glad that gen- unction. Talk of your Lnghsh snatch- Ui,,, invine- down nf nnn nftlce and the -ot only ro results ol a single law
"Mr. L( land," said my friend, "I tie Carrie Hall, instead eif becoming t cocks they are not worthy to. bo assumption of another, amount, when , opposed, but tho law pulls one this
h ive the honor of presenting you to i the wife of Philip Leeds, had gone in ' named in tho same deendo with it. I nddod together to less'than two years. Wtt'' 0110 ua' ns gri'rftation contends
Miss Cameron." I the brightness and beauty of her Done of-an ambor brown, anointed Thr. offi.! nnr-t,r r,f r.nn r.m,.;. with currents of water and air. If wo
1 rose and bowed low. She extend- youth, with a heart pure and unsullied, witlt fresh butter, and duly seasoned, . ., t i ,t, could be shut in sense and surface,
ed tin t.p-i of h- r tiiiL.'. i s tc me. and to that distant land where change ami , it is a dish to take the mison prisoner.
.-a s s
llying ot a
1 added in
broken heiut. 1 sllppone.
Just then the tones of tho Aillago
bell rang out upon the summer air.
"Then , the bell is tolling. It must
be for her," I said, and I leaned out of
the window to catch the sound.
Tho sun was just, setting, a tit em
blem of the young life getue out into
tho dim beyonel.
"Seventeen," I saieh as the bell ceased
toiling. "I'oor L arrie, siio is gone
epies-,iii In r-s ll much jiii aseel m
im i t oig a fi n ml i f Mr. l.i ( - is. ' IL r
word., . 1 1 1 -1 tie- a,' of cmidi c, iisii ,u
with whi'-li sin n 1 1 ied his attentions,
confirmed uie in tho b( In I that he was
u favored lov-r.
"Ducky fellow!" Tiioiight I, as
they moved away.
Begalh beautiful lookeei Miss Cam
eron, that night, at the hop. as she
entered, leaning on the arm of Philip
Leeels. A handsome couple was the
general vorelict of the assembly. I do
not know what slio wore that ovoning.
I know tho effect was bewitching.
I could not stop to .think
diKippoi'itiiu nt may
neer blight the
M0EAL 00KTBASTS OF THE WAH.
It is constantly urged by a class of
persons, th it this- is a war for the negro.
So far as the North is eonccrm d this
staff Illellt is false, for the North did not
originate the war at all, cithir for the
m gni or for am other cause. The ri -proach
winch is eh emed so stinging,
the sarcasm w Inch is thought so scorch
ing, lies solely upon the South, w ho did
commence tho war for the negro, and
without grent wrong to either,
. li liotte r to havo hoth than neither. "
Some prefer broiled quail, auel one
It were inn-
We wonder how the Children of Is
real ' fixed' their epiails. If. Mo.scs
w as tin- man we take him to have been,
he split hi-t birds down the back,
and eookofl them on the gridiron.
Again the American porter-house steak is indeed, the patriarch of our slntes-
would that it had a more melodious Im.nj w flir ftS iungth of official service
and li s.-, tuperwlt name- is an article 1H e-once-nied.
m ii'inm John Bull believes in Martin Van Buren, while he has not
i ...i. .1: -l :il. - .o .
; umji .siejuK puiiimeiuigiii wnu a rem- boon in olhce so long as somo ot our
7" iu.b Nature would seem a game of cross-
of Mr. Adams. Commencing as a devouring
member of the i inst Slate Lrgislat ire mnhoT. Tho boast eats plant and
of Ohio, m 180.1, ho has been in h.gh fc t fao fl. fl fa . P h
P?1SrP-SSn yJAViT d'in; firewater and frost, in their
of hfty-eight years. V ithin hat time e fl whatever thev
Le has been Oovoruor of a lerntory hnMl the night eats the day, summer
Indian r.;"tendent, Se
M 111 ,itlimsi l 1 ll . L 1 mice, I. lllieil owurti - i ' M.t, 1 -
, . , ii is a revolvniK wheel, m v
nenaior ior iweive years, canuianie ieir
President, and See-retan-of State. He
for the dominance of slavery on this ! mg-pin makes it tender ; and yet des- htntesinen. is the only one who has
ot detail 1 continent. This is th.iir own account Pito tuns ouartor-stan-practico it i
is im filled tho four highest, most dignified,
have less to reproach yourself with
"Do not talk to
"I cairiot bear it ;"
his seat, he hastily
The school attended Carrie's funer--al.
She hail been a member only a 1
short time before, and with sad hearts
we folio weel her to he'r narrow home.
me, ho replied, .
and, rising from
went out into the
Unhp, 1 continued, turning U him, , she haughtily accepted tho attentions .ofthe matter, as appears from the pub- tender aftor all. Old Font-do-hceuf im(l poworful positions under thoAmer-
j. tio not say umi Aour iieiumeni ox 0f the geutlemen avIio hovered around lihed declarations of their higher of- cannot hold a candle to is in the steak iCun Constitution. He has been Miu
C arrio has caused her death, but it her, but showed a marked preferenco ficials. '1 he North were forced to take department. Ho won't acknowledge istor to England, Secretary of State,
seems to me that if vou had acted a f,-Philip. The seat ho offered was ' ttrn,s in d. fence f the constitution and it, for he is one of those obstiuato old . vice Presielent, and President. His
iiiauij pan, ujw.ueis nei, jou woiuei acce-ptcel with the most evident pleas-' thn laws nn.l the l,ln- M-hich have 'heavy fathei-s' that novor tnvo any-. i-mlili,. lifo commeneed in IStlK. as Sur-
ure; the compliments ho whispered mewt fallen on sla-rv wero the result of the thing up ; but the fact is patent to tho , rogate of Columbia County, New York,
smilingly received; and Philip's usual fact that the South forced their domes- unprejudiced of all nations. Of buck- ' which he left for the State Senate, and
calm, proud features glowed with tri- tio svstem into the war, and made it a j wheat cakes we enjoy a monopoly. Tho then, as Attorney (ieneral of the State,
umph. I looked on, a quiet obsoner belligerent, and the whining, either loss enlightened countries of Christen- United States Senator, (oernort Min-
of tho scene. Beauty and talent were North or South, about the fatal thrusts dom have not had the sagacity toadopt istor to England, Seeretaiy of State,
well represented in the dance; but it has received, is both pitiable and ludi- 'his crowning glory of tho breakfast Yico President, and President. He
the, observed eif all observers were crous. Itisurged,also,that ajustgi-ouml table. Like nionkies who warm their ' was constantly before the peoplo as
l'hilip and .Miss Cameron. And yet of offence em tho part of the South ' snntloss ham Ir by tiros they havo not llu important personage down to
it seemed to uie, as 1 watched them, .-visted in thn nrhvnm vinw lielil bv I sense enough to keep up, tho outsiders his rotirmont from tho Presidency in
that prielo was the elistinguished char- aixirfionnf tlioX'm-Miin in.riud foKlave- 1 of the earth partake with rupturo of 18.11. a period of thirtv-thive years.
L prielo was the distinguished ediar- aiKirtionof the North in regard to slave- j of the earth partake with rupturo of 1811, a period i
mtic of both. Pluhp was proud ry. I have never been an apologist i ho product of our gridelles, without Perhaps wo ought not to say that his
iiavuig uie capacity to mix ino oiiuer public career then closed, lor he was a
and fry tho articles for thomsolvos. t prominent candidate for President be-
Ah ! those cvhndrietil columns of dim-
i , i
bs ' '
Curious eves AMitchetl 1'hilii) besides acteristic
mine, for many knew of tho tender of his talents and of the position which f- fmiiiHenl imininnc m, u, inihiort nr
relation existing between them, though through them ho had acquired, and any other, hut freedom of speech isa
few knew how rudely it had been sun- proud of the now conquest of beauty i necessary condition of tho existence of
elered. Asa member ofthe senior and wealth he had evidently won. As 1 (l free government.and where christian-
e-lafts, he walked nearest tho ceiftiu . for Miss Cameron, I felt that she was, ' j,y iscoiistantlv assahVdby iiifide-ls, and
hut his promt, calm face betrayed no as another has expresseel it, "prouel , the marriage 'and parental relations
sign of emotion. Only once did he of her pride." ' upon which rest society and law bv So
e.xhibit any feeling: when Carrie's I turned away from the glittering I cialists, without legal restraint, it would
father was led tottering from the scene, and sauntered out upon tho pi-1 hardly do to prohibit all dismissions on
grave, hi eyes lilled with tears and aza and down the avenue The moem ' tho subiect of shivorv. or to prevent tho
expression oi tho wildest theories, and
1... ti.i.iK.rl nit.t -it... I lrid l..,r..,l. ......... ., i i ,. , , ,1
i i,.i..i.i ...... ,.iu,-,i imnnii ,,wn,. Avas crow ning witn nor silver ngnt tne
Ho WOB golio tho next week. He nrlorvof the siiminei-nvHriiiio- llirniinfl
I believed there parties of ladies mid gentlemen
was not well, ho said.
1'. about six months ago 1 asked
i i tain question, and she said
nt till i nni tlirouidi. And T
S-i be.-n thinking that it was a fool-
tej., mid that I must break the
! i-' nii-nt."
1 ll lllllSl VOll ' I nutoil
i" '"iiw 1 am poor and ambitious.
1 . ill 1.1 ... .1 I A. ... ..... ....... 1
r, j ......
him, for I felt that ho was heart-sick.
Ho came back soon, however, and went
on with his studies in tho old way.
The end of the term cuii" at length,
and Philip pronounced the valedicto
ry. Many wero tho admiring eyes
bent upon his graceful figure, and flat
tering the compliments bestowed upon
his eloquent adelresa. I was in my
room, cording my trunk, a few hours
later, when ho came hastily in.
"Woll, Davo, old boy, Pm off," ho
exclaimed. "Wo have seen tho hist of
stuely hours horo. Now, remember,
w t wo moro before I oan begin ' Avhen I am president, I shall make you
'W. if I burden myself with n sccretm-v nf statu "
I I '.!' .is f lllll T (Mllllliit trot, mi tiiwl
- . - ...... . rtvv i
t i nist quit Carrie."
" oii moan unit, murp t i ox
I, o.-rconiing tho magnetism I
felt in his presence.
' he replied ; " my friends loll
' I have talent, ainl I bolievo
I shall yot timko my mark iu tho
1 1 and to do that mubt bo tho
. 11111 "f my existeuco."
"Thank you, Philip. But tuko euro
you don't got dizzy up so high iu tho
world. Success to you."
"Always croaking. But thoro's the
stage. Good byo."
I. echoed his good byo, and then ho
It avus soveral yours boforo avo again
mot. Mcauwhiio I loarnod that ho
had graduated from college with high
my extremely modost friond, : honors, and avus studying law with a
a t eased to euro for Carrie ?" distinguished barrister.
s - lio exclaimod. "I love hor as On a sultry summer afternoon, I wan
were Avulking to anil fro, enjoying tho
beauty and coolness of tho summer
night. Leuving thorn I passed on, and
throAving myself upon a sottco lit a ci
gar, anil watched tho smoko as it
c.urled upwards, thinking uieamvhil'o
tlmt it avus not moro OA-anescont than
tho fashions ami follies of tho pleasure
loving crowd I had loft Soon I hoard
voicos near mo. At first I did not
hood thorn, but at longth I distin
guished tho cloar tones of Philip, say
ing 'So, Miss Camoron, tho tacit oncoiir
agoment you havo givon mo has been
Avluit in modorn parlance is termed a
"Boally, sir," was tho reply, "I think
you attach undue importanco to tho
liborty I havo accorded you, in com
mon with other gontlemon, to attond
mo Avhen it was your ploasuro to do
"In that caso, Miss Camoron, since
I havo hod tho honorof adding anoth
or laurel to your conquests, shall I es
cort you again to tho ball room ?
tho stormiest donnnciution. To do
mand this would bo to demand the ab
rogation of our froo institutions.
Tho revolt is for tho ovaltntion and
extension of human servitude ; tho re
sistance of tho Uval Statos and people,
is necessarily to abaso and destroy it as
tho special enemy eif tho nation, and
tho common enemy of mankind. Tho
object of tho insurgonts is to porpotu
ato tho bondage of four millions of
oivmg wneei, m wnnit s man-.
spokes rise, so many fall, a motion r -turning
into itself. ' Nature is a e u ele,
but man a spiral. No weinder he is
dissatislieel with his longing to get on
Eating and hunger, lubor and n st,
gathering and spending, there is no
gain. Life is consume d iu getting r
living. Afterlaborious AOarsour mmi
eiy is ready in bank, but tho man who
was to e njoy it is gone from tnjoyuien.
shrivelled with caro.cvery appetite dried
up. So learning devastates the sch '
ar, is anothor plaguo of Aveftlth, and our
goodness turns out to bo a hasty mi'i-take-.-Vv.
Holme, id A" lunik' Mjnthhj.
FniMc or N.VTttni: A stoiy is told
of an apple froo planted over the grave
of Boger Williams to this effect : Tho
tree had publied dowiiAarel one of its
main loots in a sloping direction, m,.l
iiearh straight course, toAiHrel the pre
cise spot that had been ocenpicdln
the skull of Roger Williams ; then',
making a turn conforming with its
circumference, the root followed tho
direction of the back-bune to the L.p,
and tin nee elivided into Iavo branches.
eiifh one following the leg-bone to th
lu-el, where they hoth turned upward
to tlie e'xtronietius of the toes of the
skele ton. One of the roots formeel ..
curve at the part occupied by M ktu -
joint, uius producing an uiere?ed re-
blacks, and tho ignorance of mental
slavery of six millions of white men,
who aro necessarily tending to barba
rism under a system which deprives
thorn of schools and churches ; in our
arniod resistance of tho traitors, wo mo
providentially forced to declare tho "ac
tum tho Biillimnrit Con vmitiiiii in 18.1.1
plod iimboi-brown pau-cakos, light as and ho ran as tho Freesoil candidate
tho snow newly fallen, and moro do- for President in 1818.
licious than " honey or tho honoycomb ;" Denrv Clay's public career corn
how can Europe do without thorn? 1 menceilinl807,as member of the Senate
Baptized Avith sweet butter, they "al-! ofthe United States, and concluded as a
most raiso a mortal to tho skies," and mombor of tho samo body in 1852 an
., I tt i 1 -.1 .1 f..,. . . ....... i r
" l1 XT ,VJot. nyUV semblance to tho outliuos of the skel
.UUUi,niuoi.i.uu umui i.uuuin -", u. o. ooniiior, mojniJor oi uie jiouse, ,,(on lls ,r i,,,-,..,,- ,i,i0,i ii, ,.,.., i.
ing a pleasant tingling of tho palato ; Speaker of that body for twelve years , iKiliift1 itlt
-a longer period than any other man singularlv formo4l ,?oot hll8 hixn ct.
over served m that copaoity-:Ministor Mly vrotMVVoa, as constituting a A-n-to
Ghontasono of tho Commissioners, imnnweivn r..,i:.i: e .f? i' .
TnAMKPOucEBS. I hopo frioiiel, you to conclude the poaco with Great Brit- ;n which tho contents of the 'grn.
and I aro not too proud to ask for am in 181-1 and Secretary of Stuto jm,j Joen ,)Utj,.ui v ttjjoorbiMl
our daily bread, and to bo thankful from 1825 to 1829. j ;
for getting it. It is a thought to mo' Thomas H. Benton served a longer Ravaoub or W.au. Very fow pt-i sons
awful and beautiful, that of tho daily time in Congreos than any othor of , have any udoniitiio idea of the cost .1
, l ll -1 . t i, l.li . n. . 1 il... tt ,i - ..... i .... u
- p - - - - - o o - - i
and a cranng sonsation a littlo IjoIoav
prayer, and of tho myriads of follow our public men. Ho entered tho U.
mon uttorini it, in care and sietkness, S. Sonato whon Missouri w as admitted
in tloubt and in poverty, in health and in 1821, .and continued thoro until 1851
mu win. u non wo tulle ol one or
two millions of dollars por dav, avo
seem to regard that as tho spin ' total.
ho nover We seldom think of the cost of life.
Sho oA-idontly assented, as they i thoir nationality to tho lips of shivery?
moved nwny in un opposite direction. I Is that the cause of righteousness which
in wealth, all over tho Avorld, Avluit an a period of thirty years.
ondloss chorus is singing of lovo and held any other olhce. i Hence the following statistics, present
thanks and prayor. Day tolls to day j John C. Calhoun entered tho House I ed by Mr. Colfax at tho lata'meetii,
tho AVondroiiB story, and night re- of Representatives in 1811 ; served of tlie Christian enrnnilssioiMwill .h,
counts it to night. How do I como to thoro until 1817, Avium ho boiyimo prise many.
think of a sunrise Avhich I saw near Secretary of War under Monroe. In "In the' Peninsular win- Mm nn I
iii -..I . i . ii i nidi l.. l .l if., n... -.1 .ii ... .... '
copiaoio your ot tno ijorei, ino opening twenty years ago, on ino amic, avucii to-i
of tho prison doors," to our poor Avhite tho river and sky flushed and glowed until
brethren, unel the right of tho black Avith diiAvniiiL' light, and as tho luini- signe
man to his Avifo and children, and a fair nary appeared, tho boatmen knelt on become
compensation for the labor of his hands, tho rosy deck and adored Allah ? So, Carolina. Tho reason of this extra- but during tho TiillowingAvinterinoiiths
In this controversy, Avhero is truth and , as your sun rises, friend, ovor tho ordinary step was that ho might it rose to ol 1 in i.OOt); and durin" tho
justico? Is it Avith tho threo hundred ' humblo housetops rouud about your champion the causa of Nullification in next throe years Uie loss un Ahn
thousand slaveholders who are in insur- j homo, shall you wake many and many the Sonato, nnd to reply fo thoargu- fourful rate of !)i2 m 1,000. During
reetion against the government, or is it ! a day to eluty and labor. May the nonts of Mr. Webster op thatfiiiitject, , tho last year the loss in the Airitfricnii
..i .1 .i. xt. ii .1... 11 i . l ..1. -i ..l. . ...1-..1. . . -F-lf.. -.
Avitn tno lioemon oi tno iMirui, avuo iusk nave oeoii nonesiiy ciono avhou which Avere producing an oxtraoreuua- army wftaonly -ivin cvory.l.UU'1
and tho stoward ry ellact on the country. Ho con-1
Tliaqlfir tinned iu the Souulu tdl 1811, when ho I No inorn, valid te st of manhood, llm.i
became Secretary of State under John to perfoim faithfully what you promi&e.
ho avus cieeieu i ico x resHinni mss oi the IJritisJi army was 105 to
i-e-eloctod in 1828. In 18!U ho ro-, every 1,000: niltlio Crimnnii wm- dm
d tho station of Vice President to ing Julv. Ane-fttet mul Kimi,.iw ,'t.
a U. S. Senator from South , avus at tho uifaiial ratu of ''O.l in 1 Oflfi
return tho poisoneel chalico proflbrcd to i tho
deals ktndh with tho laborer..