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JtS'hIjetub tpd ftJcf
The New Yerr' Night of on' Erring One,
( I'uniated j.om tM6 Grman of Richter.)
A I midiight of the New Year, an old
ma1.n .tood at his window gnzing with
A look of despa. ir out, uipon ihe. utvary.
mZg nnd wide exten1t of the blue heavens,
and downu agai upon- the quiet earth,
so purely wmte, upon. which no other
mortal was so joyless and sleepless as
hims1lf. CI'se a hand was his grave,
-onceled only by th'e .soW of old age
liot 'ihe verdtire of vouth-the only
frujis of his Whole rich existence, his
errbis. his misdeedb his infirmitics, a
ruined hooly. a withered moul, a heart
filled wnih loison. an] an old age of re
no rsu. Now tle days of his heantifil
yotith passed before him as icspectre
tram ., Wid carried him back to, thutt fhir
mn rinmg oinoi which his father liri. phcedv
him at that starting point in life from
which two roads diverge: The one to
the riiht.. eadinug : liro'igh the11 sn .1-path
of-viriue mIto a wid]e nn quiiet laud, the
dwelling place of pure spirits, ever
bright> ever glorious, where the wearied
pilgfinm meets his reward. That to left,
leading thro' the mole-tracks of crime,
into lint dark pit, adown wthiose sides
deadly poisons cominially dis ill ; where
Vetonmed serpents coIl around their vie
im.11)8 with deadly fan* amid denso and
glooity Vxhallaitons. . Ah ! low the ser; d
pon hang upqn Lis breast, and the pois. I
on-drops f1l upon his tonguie, and a ter
rib h-i ertai int.y 6f htis late Seizes him.
Mmilk, and with munterable grief, he i
cris to Heaven I "Give me back my
Youth ! Oh ! filther, again place me
when. 1 canl choose I lie better path."- V
But his flther and hlis yonit had long s
sine pasRsed away. H0 saw the igncs b
d ug fliting o'er the bogs and finally dis. 1
appe irmlg amliid thle tombs, 11nd exr-laimi. it
ed, "These are the da ys of noy folly?'
A star fall from the heaven's, glitter. a
ing In its fall, only to le dissolved upon it
fhe snowy .nrih. "Sneh am I," burst
from his bleeding heart-and Remorse, r
with ills teeth, dug yet deeper into its f
votiulds. His excited itmagination con. a
jueil tp before him the stenltby iigt- 1
wilker upon the iouset opl; the wind. 8
lill, with its ponderons arms, threaten- )l
ng to crnsh hin, anld n mask which had a
'ent lift in tle empty chtrnel-house, a
gradtally assuming his own fleatres e
Ii the midst of this terrible conflict. A
idenly tlie sweet music fpr the Now. d
Year chimel down from thie steoples. a
like the nnthem-strains of some far ofi f
-Imrneht ; le wa< soot lied ;again lie raised
uis eyes to the horizon,'and gazed aroumd
upon thi wide earili ; and memory h. c
;ied itself with the friends of his vouith-- S
they were now leaders and tea'chers of I
their race-fitihers of happy children -T
td blessed among uien'-.ad h sail - I
'A h lid I chosen, I couild have sweetly a
iunbered as you .dq on this the first g
ight of tle year-with no tears to h
ireak my rest.-ah ! 1, too, could have C
leen hlippv, Ye saited p'rontsx, httd I "
bvyed voutr instructions itndlis ened to of
votr wishes for a "happy New-teutr." tu
rmid these feverish -remiimscences of,
is youth, tiere again arose hefor him
ho mask, with his own foatuerein the
bltarnelten-house, aid at last, thro''that
iperstition by which one New-Yeta's
tight can1 behold spirits aind . look
ito the future, it was changed iito a
iviag youtl ." cati bern no more,"
Itid hte covered his eyes; hot, burning .
ears streamed down, and were dissolved at
mid thie snow, and he sighed forth only ti
ho mnore piteously, franticaly,-"On..
oth I, yoetht, return uto mie again,;t"
fld ia youth retnrned, for ho. had only' -r
Ireamedl a fearfutl dreama ont New Yed/s h
tigh t ; he. was still yomutrg ; but hj's. wvan
erimga were no dreamt. He thatuked
io4 thnat he was yet yong..enotigh to c
,rPake -the (lark, thiornty pat hs of evil (j
nd oif crime ; *and to -turn back into the ti
tmny path which leads to the latid of ii
tirity atnd blessedness. Turn wyith him, 1
otnthftl reader, if thtot, $wo, hast wuon.
credl, lest, this fearhtul dream ehaHl be
by futture Judge and. Aqocuser,- whein
iOnl abalti thy egtremiitt 0ry out
0 l comoe back, cotmi ,sek,ty beauti.
ti youth," and the mnoekistealihes shall
verberate, ''Come ba k Oo na Sak
-and it returns snos,.~
Seeretary Seward hait rV'...
tnd on vessels a
LVVL.- 11.-NO. 131.
Gen. J. E. B. Stuart.
From a sketch of this great' cavaly
fficer, published in the N. Y. News,
ve clip the following:
le laughed and danced, Anrd mada
ierry wherever he, went. Hie would
ght all day, and at night-if. circum.
tances perinitted-ride ten miles, with
is banjo-player,and d'ance with a ..pnr.
Y of young girls till the "small hours."
f his fatigie had' been great he would
man back on a sofp, fall asleep in a mo
iant, and wake to dance a:s gaily as be
.re. A greater faculty for sleeping
1st % hn le wished I never sa w. Halt
lie time on marches he slept ,in the
addle, and his adroiliess in not falling
ras remarkable.. With one knee ihrown
vet the pommel of the iaddle. arn) fold.
d and chin resting on the ,hreast, he
vould sleep mile after mile, antd' wake
s much' refreshed ipparently as though
e. had risen from a good bed.
Tiler wassomething of the cavalry.
,an in everything that Stuart did, as
a his persotial gtppearnce and habit..
t was seldom that he doffed his hili
loots even in winter qiiarterp, and h!
avariably danced in his spurs. A pair
mde of solid golI nand ichlv carved'
rera presented to hi' blit hese he
nly wore upon ogxtratordimarv occasiors.
lisa.sabr Was a Freneli sue, slight, she.- )
or, plint and ligilt. 'rhis riarelv lert.
is aide. lie preferred horse- f 11U.
hum size, rather light--liked mares,
ad would never have stalions. * ix
crsee "Skylark," "Stai of' the nst,"
Lady Margaret," Lill ,v 'the Valley "
rere all eXcfellent. The eqipment.
re all plain and. good, a McClellen
ddl, without leather coveriig, curb
it, and single rein-no nin rtir.gale ;
ehind tihe saddle a red blanket rolled
1 on oilcloth, and on the ponmel a cav
Iry cape and oilcloth overall. These
re trifiles. it. may he said, bit. the worht
I m'ade lip of 'ifles."
The Gneral's seat in the saddle was
ot only goo4-it .was perfect. His
gare was short and heavy. but in the
iddle lie was the nodol (if a cavalier.
le seemed to "grow there." His per.
n moved with the movements of his
orse, Ho perfectly that horso and rider
eMed one. .1[ wis aln excellent
.ord.iman, and would have been-nay
ten was -p dangerons mani ina charge.
regiment, of men like Stunart, vith the -
rawn sabre, would go through or over
riything. it is certain-at least that they
10n1d dlie tryin.
Ciruncut Mtisto.--After a sormo'n on
nagregational music, Dr. Armitage, of
rew York, set hia. congregation to
lking h*v rokitng his experitnee in:
remnlit Tetrjple, 0oso6.- He had
Krd of its choir of.bAdred ingers,
14 the organ th'at,reqired a steam en%
ne to fill the bellows, and expected.to
ar something grahd.: -oerd jig1
ve out another hymn. A\iotherjig I
[1i1 fix yoti,". he said ; ,I'll give you
ie that can't be sung to a dancing
he." - S0 he selected' the hyrpn:
"From all that dwells below the skies.
Lot the Creator's praise arise."
"Sing it to the -devil's riiic if you
n," he raid to himself. 8ure eough
iother jig! "I went from 'I'remont
trmple as soon a, possibl,".. he si,
Lnd have not been th' uhi1. ; And to
t me there again; t& haye ty'expce.
.19e repeated. woold -14e4 a biger
nm engine tali the one' that koeks
TtE ATrs OP THE FhV'ErpMAN P u
as pnleed th't Jndiana L~gia tiro r-b*
iring tehe Goyernor, dr his substituta',
enforce the tlhirtoenth' ardlalg ofe~
rnsttutinn Tzohibiting, the' h'ntoi a.
nf of negroes' -intlo he Sifte'an4'.4a'
prizing' hlim to fmne, peiaaltidand(
aprisomatentkif he dloes not-enfords 'the
ir. Poor Sambo fsreb bufillyunoit'
"I'ho Monitgomnery (Ata.) tAdver usr
pbrts a flghat.in that cit~y 'betwe n9o.' '
lie sand over .one' hundred'Wf ffty. l
go* iII wuhih the for nef tg9th 'd
gitfIathong~h th 'Atter eo~d.."
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up oe 4 3 igt 6 cin)d
n toliges 4o