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if THE
F) 111~11) V.1 .'V.b
lItfi 11l " ltiV i ' I till d bet1l en to the
V" I Ini I I. f/) n V I~o~t only ro
i tikar ton tLe U11- avtri lr, $1.ld
fling ttat Inve ol.
tI1'l'il t c o isl 211110, ni)111.
Itillctiv1) y Ir titl-oad bto ltho
elou I had io ttdclfrttc e Wil
in I on ~l th e ecrt ; fnyhr ould
fe iiortl that I r coll 'lote
1ho~ the W uliI. PoItlono, I ba'ut.
on.I afuai o it, ownlit thll(ht, wore
I iii ir o hilt the1 ll(yt of Ill
di WI) l~frt 1)(flO that Ijwllill loved
wir t atcsm itiitltr I il~tn'
Nlil bu Ii (Xtlt)I iitl ius~i oe
t llrnigi teat.s i l wt o ll
t.11ll lul 311( i of fortulle llftr 8*oi
Now tt, She l.tli(MI 111, eIVIS ill tol
11kepug l-dflaid Isen\ -fotir a ery
Jo1'litil of h i ilik-I tholie ts, u'i
hItil cme IVtll in1ti, tty.lih I ltd
two t l hufor evlcr lnll eeto
1'.)(lellhilt '1)1e ttft.! i; tullh~r :tto
.17 11*d1 in yhr. 111:"11 r1. I loouit
he 5tt ltovs tl(ill(]a, Iee Iit' fill,(!, I,
aur f.i le ire o n It is(fuc, tio do
rho~il crowd of. fl-al iii llid angelics--1
f\ill. .1 had Irol her hille. fo 111(i1
5 ) llin.,Int ha wire foriil4 tl vay
lol;t.c.1 ill,( I tinkI thy in (-.1 u -
I)cl1,i o it howJ a.. o.,iu n I (lo
1 \".% i V0W 1110'K It i 111 11011:0'as.d
Ilin fairc Wlln( of itcl.illllg il tile1
Jnli. fart I hecn llt y. Iot unnci(t
ril.~ 11Crt~ o iiiitil e f-~o thilh
8 ) 1)ait' \'tt-.l :t"111ll , -'. ,l ~ ,
11 tisfv., 1)111t ]a ll ih.:.l ves and
tilt1lt. But ziti fell ot. (1,1 ilysIf, ioi
lr, .s ot Kleid~ Ir (olilt
S l I1.1 IIL\ wh Ktt Il~cr:1d ~.;
13t lt, (105ithJ11 eth11 illgo ('t)) r
of was v' ayrce toiUll:] o ill frthe
N%*(Q'. (le:t slfil o -iliC,115 I tu 0
n ivisl t tl~tl l Antinsh :;(t1~,Litt
--lltt O1l.rolti ive 11011. de':-.Hodl tt
rat 51l1)Ct. WUMr bolt n1illy iii e trlt
dlim dil h1er 11116 11 wo .1ll-t,
itoru iIt afte 8.\" i~~r, urtuerjti
or thtS i lt llac: 1+1ll alleollslt
cltlte s. I idwen i 1:'ia
hoes, f tnrllr Iher. No)1 use0 .
tha t 1 tecel c utc, ht .n
Atl bus~llt, ( guii cof~ I fvor it wa
.otti ridows 1111, :,,1.,..., uicwi
robes with a cambric to her eyes
I for three hiidrel tila sixty-five
days, hopping out on the . sixty
sixth with beaming oyes an1(d 1in1k
honilets No, I know - better than
I am1 sorry to say. it,, but I think
I quite forgot all aboult Jilfia in
those days, and after I Lail again
met Kitty, and 111(1 1)sel one or
two evenings in her society, I know
I did. In fact, I did not know'that
there was any body . elie inl the.
world. I was fearfully in oanlt
Kitty was ovo'ything that wa
perfect : she siiaig thnd danicel an4
played and talked and cei'oad, and
in short did evm'y thing 'that svas'
iitero4ting : and I learned, after
ia while, that the "ods imd been
neatly litted" two yea:rs' before.
She told mue that, and it was tlyo
only allusion she over in:de to the
"gone- befoi o" sharer of her joys
-'' iefs I'm sure alhe never had.
1Lhis wa.s abolt, the tiu may trots
ble commenced. 'T'Ihings had got to
just this pitch 'upon that stormy,
cold evening of which I spoke, at
the coiuluec'lieit of this story. I
didn't like Julia any more, and it
wags asltonishinlg how insi~gnificant
her money looked to mle. 1 was
curtain that Julia loved m1e, and I
did not know how I was going to
get out of the entanglement : but. I
coiuldni't marry ier' with 1my heart a
bumnning,. secethling furnlac'e of alcee
tion for Kitty Blanchard.
She lizhn't ally moley. I knew
that: but I loved er so that I
Would have beens willing to sacrifice
at dozeVn Suich fortimes ats JuJli:44 for
the simple assuramee that I w.:s dear
to her.
But I was bargained for-as good
as sold, everybody thought, and I
Could not aseeIt tin the state of
Kitty's feelings, until something
should turn up1 to help) me out of
my difLiculty. Two or three times
the tIlioigh. stad entered my brain
that I would see Julia and make a
c'leat a breast of it : arsure her that
I had )een imiistaken in niy feelings
-that, in short, I loved anlother.
That, was the orthodox way of doing
things, mal it waiLs the only way tth::t
at first o."curre l to mse. 'Then, when
I e)n1 ide red uipoien it., .1 was afniid.
Julia w.1s ;l !"f~f.grlihl irl,"
and blconge.1 to anl iitnthintial famit
ly, all, ii she chose t. m11k(e things
n ',.. ... T niew she cou.d do if.
'S.> I felt (hba, J. ,n ai rm.-~- ,'
str'atallrem et Jli L in1 low vo wth
some1( otlltberfelitow.
And T no.1 have got (nti(e back
to that, frosty, cold nighIt that form
ed the opening of this e-mfi he:;sion.
I am now re uly t e il! wh >: I
Why, you wellt to s'e "o:ir
widow, of (oimse," CXelaiiII. ai pro
pht,i( i ender
No. I didn't.. I went. to se(e a very
intimat nule friemi, rejiciing in the
eupIliniou1s n:m111e of lIlsw irt1 Per
(ival. le was it great, lady's an.
He lo'e'l theu whole se-. ati.l they,
sthe la lies4, to )lk t") himl n1.sturally.
I found him attil t.>ld my story,
andts nuked hilms whs.a I shoulcd do.
.1 didn'tc (1 Inw the little widow, he
tihe "bn e lto(lgethier lovely.
Julia Lieeds lie did knowv, an1-1 bue
a1 little llirtati.pic1ik aL quairrel,
br'e-k the enIgagemlen t, let m1e3 marr1y
the( widow1~, and let Julia1 lutu some
body13 else. It was ll as1 114 3;y~ a4
roltinig off ai lipery log So it
upon01 Julia, and1( I uponu the wlidow,.
and keeping aw~ay froml Juiliai. I
thinkil I wali moreWL happy1) for1 the ne(x1
few weeks thanii mor01tal has1 a rightl
Kitty as5 ofteni 1s I could fre31m( 1:n
ex\cuse( to) go3 there, o1as oe ften as5 1
*entle, pleasmzlt, overy thing. 511
liked m~y soc'iety, I kneiw 1 imt sh14
had i aL mst, wonlderfuli fa'ul ty o.
making14 a1 1man feel t iri h le hade I j
riihts or prIivil2ees iln life. I e-mb11l1!t
accounit for thidt. (umsequentidly,
IIIa v1 ery mu~lch rpr~1ised~ 0n<
to L a 1 long-whiiskereud in-lhividual:, wh<
t ws t(1 endely hiohling (41e of thuout
id.lPiaIl little hanL~d.4 that I had hs
raing.1 about31 fori four mionuths.
Shte roEse very' 'T gracefully as'( I eni
1.ere(d, and1(--well, I neverV didl knv
just how sheo did it ; but I foau i ou
by~ some~ithinglJ ihie said4 that. 1 was1 av.
nequiime oe, a3ndl 1t. )'Arlemuont
or somIe such 1~ Frenh 1name4 -wa1 hie
a lllin'c ds:mld, or she was3 hi:1
all1 ned wife, or' 3imne1thling of tha
kind--I didn't know or carewh -
I was5 only conllscio.-. (of the( fact tha:
I wasn t niithinjg, or' any(whoeI.
I belheve I congra'IL~Itulated thi
widow,3( 1and sidl,~ "I hoped I d3Min
uhomte, anfd I on'ut think I had take
three4384 success-ilv( stepsl ini ll thu
dlistacile without -(onifouinig" 11h
it widows anid wishing the whole rae
to) my3 reasilon ai litt1h1-it was .1e
a though SheC needled any43 shiow~ing.
it My' indii wasi3 maifde up-that wt
>r' 'erta:ini. I would call upJoni Julia
ml onceO. I woublhl apologize for m1
.1 married rhght awayi~. I slenpt
hour or two on that. I wai a ilittle
ore around the heart, and very
achey around the head when I
awoke. Thlat mo~rninet two letters
lay at my hedside. ., teok one of
thon,' doubled u1 m1'y pflio",' raised
pgself on muy, ,elbqw, m11d. b roke 1the
sQa.t It was from Ellsworth l''orei
val, telling me that he was lmarrield.
He hoped I was satisliedl, and inist
ed that he owed mlle a debt of grati
tilde for putting hiin in the way of
leiting =:o luvcly aend loval ( n;vife.
hi followed some badinagofr
1about -the wi lw. with the HoulIhl
yes, and iany good wishtesw for my
jsocots in that direebion.
''ho .other letter wais -fl'ont .Tuliat
horholf,. inelosihng wedding' cards.
Thle con4tens If tio l.ette. I po
remomlber l ut I kniow it wa"s tig.
niied in tone. and that iaA in.
forn;pd that I was rele:..sed from
my eigi.age:g$)1,, that si harbored
no resentiden~lt p? bur.tht) I'hrin@
never, nevor seek to see her in.tiAain.
And I never,' never dlid.
MGPgyltt's F1Igit and Its Consequont
Mars of Runore.
McDevitt is gone--to the Centen
nial, to Now York',' ,o C.tm id r-to
the devil we. hope ! Previous to
sailing from Charleston. he reinoved
w40,000 from the Central Natignal
Irmk of Colutnbia to a (harleston
Bank. Forty thouisatdl ? It should
lmve Iie'n nj1 eater One Hundred
Thousand ! Edgelield's tax, just,
collected, amnounilts to so01n1 $70;)00
-of which ex'reinoly little has 1(411
(lisbursed. And Judge Carpenter
con ftsses to 19,000 ' of the a )mney
enjoined. A. bealltifll etate of
things ! 'beautiful Ti cairei , be miti'
fil Judge ! beautiful aduinistration !
and a it be:ultiftllyV chiseled set of
white talxplayers ! . 4.
McDevitt has sent in his resi.na
tioln to Gov. Chamiberlain. 5o runs
the rumoer. Set in his re ;ignatiIn.
but nor nwneyrl. In thie meanttimne
G.)v. Cilnnberlatin htas off(eed the
place to Paris Simkins, who has de
elined it. Also to Lawrence C.in,
Who has likewise dc'.lineCd it. He is
1now offering it to Auditor I3elanger,
to W. 1). Ramey, to ltihert Green -
to MIiles Yeldll-tu Wat Comer
to \c lniti':: yellow log-) Cain's
h)use ct1 ! \'e hope lleDevitt s dog
wil a'el' :tl ' '(l \\fu like the
McDevitt i:ot. Bah ! it 1ittt;rs lut
little who gets it or who takes it.
tii101i1-.1 flay no4 more tii e!
Yes, Mctr.:;itt is gone! But
hleivet hats left uts sOme1 comfort Vet.
We have Pai is -Silkinl still--Paris.
with whoimi, iiark you! McDevit~t
setieda befo',re he left.-md Catin, and
Carp1e'1 nt.er, .t1 1imkle, and ;le~ov
ill's yellhw dag, andll the gloriiJls
mem011ory of Ie1)es it t's virtues.
It is suipposad thmt, Mcl)evitt will
HOOn O retu 1; 11-tiln ihe next Citeintella11
--a hndred sh4'rt years hence!
And E. Lgelield is; rob 14 at 01
1111111 of One 1Hiunlrel 'T'housai
) >llars !-- Adq/c/ie/hli eerbcr.
Satrering and SrtIrvation at Adams,
Run, Col o on County.
The cowilitionI of the colored
pophdilf i1am is dep~loratble. At anl
assembly (f over thirty m.n of
f aniily a few dayVs ago4 one uh
T weI v husel of1414 (4orn 1and4 011
hundiored and1 tewenty pounlds (oj
Hood04, fromi the (itizens (If Dmi
W ~est, have given Itinporatry reliel
ta few; bu aid1 nmst b~e f(mll1 fm1
- manihy mlore, or ten1ilei suiffeingi
* miuit, 1he endure1,C1.
*At ia meeti ng (If the labo r'n;
fiarmers oIf the~ neighblorhood4(, th<
following'~148 reslutions8 were uimmhi
mlonsuly ado1(pt.0d:
Wh(ereas, we, t~i51 representt0iven o
the farm~lels, havo mad'e every eflari
toI sus1talin ourelPves(, yet find wani
and eveni starvation1) threatein~g u18
andi~ whereasIL, un10 less aid comle froni
some' saource, it wvill b~e impo)Isile t<
maeour breadL~ for iiext year, anl
.Reno 1/r1'd. That we, immeUdiaItel
re(51test, the press4 generaPlly to mallk
our1 wanltsl known to tihe publ1)i(
whoma we 4L-trnes-tly solicit I.
aissist 1u: iln this~ ouri time (of sor'
Rev':o/re'd, Thailt Dr. 'T. 8. Wain1
114 14' 2 nested'1 to IConltinu 11a4iidin u1f1
by emn11ding tiA not ice and4 A
eCivII inglay contitionsiul of mone1)
orz' proisins tha~ mayosent to
us,~ deist.mtingteun a)s oIhe
.1iuen arlie alrei'oitan uner n
pan12p of un, andllmore Ault ia
Dr.Wit ring(!~l hag tonen11ed1 ilo t
V. r--- pm--- d.-Hi---po-t-o
A~ "bu dntIttgh' llu.S. a ly 5t, i6i11
fii depot~ ia Rlc af Lvee lueato
rit 1tn)a oneman hund.r a"Y
fo evhry 8O, perslonsl the e poub
40(1i4of Gery 1s inio8; tay 1 ie
r Itian gseice. ttbiti
A WonClerful Subterranean Palace.
Recent proceedings in the Hun
gai ian Parliamnent disclosed a most
rpntarkable discove ry. ''ho story,
.s-1 econdbntsed from the ..oflieial re
ports,i i that two peasanits, from
the valley of Ivan-Egerzeg,. near the
ancient city of Vezprin, and not far
from Isike Batlaton, fnme to Pexth,
and tb a jeweller o(1fered,somiOl broken
fragmenits of what evidently were
some0v y old golden ornatqont for
fnmalo -ai', l)robably a )racelet or
sand for the itp per arm. The jew
eller g(tesltic.nedI the shepherds. and,
their .auswors being unsatisfacetory,
hebad the men arreoted on slspi.
<ion of be'ng thieves. On the ex
amination hey told a tale which Wasm
1o astonlishilng that it wais enmianni
cated to the Minister of the Interior,
atnd this functionary. ordlerw aul in
vest.igation by tscientific olI.wes. The
il)forin1tion of the shepherd wava,
that in. tho woods skirtiig Ivan
hgoie;;, where they hid siane hiuts
for shelter when out at night, they
had been digging at a little bill.
uddeily they enoe upon what ap
peared to b)e a square structure of
brick 'walls, with a stone covering
the aperture. Removing this stone,
they found that those walls enclosed
an. opening into the earth, ond. re
5olved to sounid its depth. .Lower
inig a stone tied to it rope, they as
certained that the shaft, abont three
feet in diamoter,' or nine squaro feet,
descended ' perpenldicuhlrly to a
depth of oNwr qi hundred l.gitaLr feet.
The pebble they had lowered reach
ud what seemned like a stone floor
blnea'.th, and from the sound its(
they judged that this opening must
R leasd to soie large subterraneaun
cavern or hall. A day or two after
walrd the shepherds were again at
work. They probared a small
squaire hoard, freighted with stones,
and in the centre of it they 'plaetd
thi c lighted caldles. This. they
.let down through the shaft, and by
tlhe light of the candles they saw
distirictly that the inner sides of the
shaft were smooth anud apparently
<e(ld ill (Som1e large alpartmenit.
'T'hey next prepared a rope laddcer of
the requisite length, securing soy
el al lanterns, and then one of them
let himself down the shaft. At the
botton lie stood in wonderment as
'.: ga l 1up)n1 a large s qu.are halil, the
walls :Vcovered with faded pain' Zmi8.,
ivorp, and large heavy doors, lumg
on golden inges, leading to other
1111s. The shepherd ehilied the
ladder and told his com painiul of the
discovery. Both of theml went
down together, and foundl thon
selvs in1 a L suCcetissiOl of rooum0s
iioundinig with elaborately carved
fmm nit urte of a style they hadl never
seen before. In somaae of them were
low, large st 11mds, evidently once
used fl ar beds : there were also
c lo s2ets, l)ureallu contaiin 1 armn
lets, rings, tmedals, coins, daggers,
Chains, sw or(s, shields and hnliets.
'T'here wre('1"; also hreastplates of
leather, covered with iron and stud
dhedl with ornanents in gold. Soie
of the armliets they took aLw.iV, ha-oke
them up and carried them to Pesth
for sale, ini wihch tranisacttioni they
wereO atrr etd;''n~'abote stated. Th'e
(btlcers of the Hiigairian Miniistry
of thet Interior began their investiga
ihio imd1(er the anciienlt law w~hic(h
makes all suc-h discoveries the p~ropl
ty of the crowni, and1( their rep1ort, as
cominmnicaited to piarhiamienti, is still
imore stairthlig, Their rese-trehes
(le:;rly establish it as a fact tha:t this
subterranean striutre was undl~oublt.
2dly1a old Romanii eaistle, built mimiy
cenitiuries befo(r ei tihe Huns and Mav
- yars left Asiatic hiomes~ to invaide
tis part of Europe. This sec'tionl of
Hamiiigary wasl1 tihe prov-inc~e of Pan
njoil, of the Roinmn En:pire, and( in
the~ vicinity of L.ake Iialaiton thiere
wias a larige pernmn~iient 11)1nan1 camp,
Ithe aigticultual and nmiitar'y settle
> mentsh of the ibainanjs (eting for
many miles, andi trates o)f this R~o
I down to thle sixth cenIt~ury of the
(biismtiani eraI, have repmeatedly been
foiuud. But how this v.aist istructure,
which is said to covri two nerest3, anid
,built two stories high with miassive
)walb of stonie anid br5i~k, was covyered
Li with ear'th to the dept.h~ of 1more
than sixty feet, over wich'i at forest
Sof heavy timbler lad gr'own uip-a
5 forest, too, that, 1 i motioned.. as ex
-, ist.ing in .the . 1bs prseve
y' chron01ieles of the kingdom, the ofli
r eer's haIve so farl famuiI, is imposs'4ible
to accounit for Iime rooml'4,l sever'al
rI skelotons oif hununi~i beings havevh
e *been found, but. theii bones30 were tooi
e mucl hU(ecayed to ifldicaIte with (cer
tainty the r'acet to hic~h tihey' b~elong.
t IA thlor'ough scareb'h of this woder
'a ful buiildinig ii n1ow pr'opoed. T1hie
H1 shaft tlronug h h~lh the hiist dlis
('cover1y was imade is believed to live
I- 1been eitherii ai (hinmely or' ani obster
vaitory or look0stI as iron hiooki
hmatve been fond fastened to tihe
w~all1 inside, to wvhimeIanis of aiscent
it an esetvr prbbyatahd
1'Patienlt (to docto4rs4 after .cousil
2, tattio)-Tell me tile worstgfentle~
le 1men1 ;. am I going to (ie ?" 'We art
thiere is a nimjority of one thiat you
'Y will live."
l on't laugh sit a fellow iwlan1 you
s, see his eyes running water n'd his
a , ose looking like piece of rav' beef,
oit's the inlulonn7, andio youri turn will
'4 1u10 01 eertain. as taLx'3.
A Huity Joulr --While Juditg
Maher war, holding the court c
common plo8 in B.rnwoll last weel
he was iniforti md by the 4oloret jur,
that they had bout.i without food a
lay : that tire wit no money to pa;
their tickets, and that thtey coulc
not got credit ; whoreupon the judg
dhismiissedi them with the remi
that 11e hoped they woull be able b
eleet ia county government in1 the fl
that would lie able to avoid. Ho dis
graeoful ai state of ljiii H.. Th
Judge further said:
"Under the cireiis tances, I wil
1)e co)pelled to disi-rge you, for .
(,innot kee) YOU hero Ill ao Rtarvin'
condition But you see to wIat I
condition you haiLve brought th
eountuy.. You are not without blamex
for the nen in oflice, responsible fo.
the stoppage of the court, were p1
thern by your votes. .1lere we art
in the month of May ; there is n<
money to pay your judge,. to piay ju
rors, to support the pt isones s il
jiil, or to pay the expenlses of th<
eomity. You colored voters are
reH)onHible) for this thing, for by
your votis the had mon who have
brought about this huiniin'..IAble state
of aff1tirs we're elec ted.'"
A ''inIVINO BusINki's.--A Dotroit
or who joined an Ohio lightning rod
agency threo weeks ago vas yette
day broiught holue inl at lAeep)ilg (e.u
inid so chanulgod in looks tha t hii
family ('amte near r'epudiating him.
IIe w.as very feeble, b;, yet ii.maag
ed to inform his friendbs at the de
pot thatt the lig;htning;;rodl bunsne.-,
as well lis 1he could ju dge , wias push
mg along. He put u) one r . h
two weeks and put in the rest, of the
time getini;g away from OnrageJ.
farmersb with shot-guns. The head
agent sent hint hom1e bcause ht
could not stald bird-shot in hi.
Tm-:Pla^!:s..-..llthe Pope.'s
robeH arc ilnade eitheri of white
elothi or of red cloth. Pius IX
1ses five white (.asoks ini the
(ou1rse of the year. Each causm*1ie
costH $)50. The ied mantle, whicl:
he reneiwls onc1'e at year, costs $1;O.
The silk stockings are furuisheld b,
a Belgian house for 81( i Pair. m)111
his slippers, whluichl are chlnlg(e(
every m1onth, are furni:she 1 by it
Roman lfirm. An ordinary pahir dil
l)roidered with liro cros. i. wort:
in~ inlaid with dimnlondls. The oki
east off clothing of the 'ojec; is
ea.ger'ly bon ght als t a gro pn'ee.
A Swetdish professor of cllelisfj 3
experimenltinig with I a <utiuu.ity o
' eindeer moss," at pee ii i-tr grow t
with which the Mweninlavianl mocun
tain" lire cove reed. declares that
1.800 pouns:l of the moss mule
proper treatmen'1t. will produce nea!.r
lv 1.200 pounds of 1efined sugar.
and that five gallons of pure a 1111
may be extracted iromni sixty- th.rc<
Any excnse 1. el-ter tlurill ne
toper Says he would be it tiempieIra(nei
il tn i: 1I iullte it' it w 1-in'" f>r hii
wife. He knows she'd be h1.nesom
if she hadin'Lt smeinitiig to jaw abou
and Iind famlt with.
"aeconfonunded1 idiot lhas pu
that 1p(en where I can't 1ind~ it'
grotwled at manti the other1 (- t s 1.4
yes ! I thought so41," he' e.uiJt.inuel ii
a1 lOW key, ats lie took the mt iich fron
behinjd h1is ear.
F'lorida, whereV( theIy inhabd it th
Ev~ergladtes, aund are4 1believed to 1hub1
a fewv netgro0s ini bland.Lgu. TIhI(3
imake p)ets of their pigs. and~ tb)
por1ke'rs folow theim like dlogs.
A. staItlJIg rilor(I (comes from
twenty bult~t)nsi will hot (casetLil I.
thet peace of mind of every, well
H.dlf a dozen~i men(3 huny g) dlow
counscentively onl the same8. piece e
banana1(11)3(1 peel, an vet (3.14eh will exN
pre(ss hunselt~f a1s d'i Ifertullty asif h
hadlt been31 brought up (' ini a 3*2'p: ;rat
Whent~ youq address'5 a1 1ote cl.er14
on1 bitsiiess it is al1ways proper
bleg hisi inl.1higeni~ (.4r on1e m-I)uen
only3 ;~ you may inlterrupt a conIvet1
1.ation01 1h( i8 11hodi with IL frienm
ab1out the 13ml11 rate
A lfhode Nkt'lan clergymi m1 sai1
malike thet pi)1)lpit a) bulle(tin1 bjoard an)
more14, (11nd that herea(4:fteri he sh1oui1
It 8seems stranige3, buIt it in tri
se4ve1 we3 VO8)1 so lorglt *t I 1 ui iv'h(
Iemllber it at long imt.
A little dtifferenie w ill fr3etnt
ma13k( enemOiesO, whlilO' aI litle dh5~itm
tion w~'il ttract hlostf of' frien1ds.
A manli someltimes(3 patst his5 nanl
ty'. EvenO Jactobi 1has a good ee
ot 0a caelrd wilen) placed as J. Cob,
Ono of thet elo0wns inl a ne0w sho1
puits this conlundrmu:~ " '\Uy 1s 11
(ent ennial lik'e home~( .' TRcau.e it
ihn (l(31r108. me1t. Oil (.8ri.
Tho South and Tho Union.
Col. W. C, P. Brc'lcinridgo de
liverel fill addresms at the dedicIt.ioln 1
1 , of a monumiiiioetl to the Confedorate
detad in Bowling (lreen, Kentucky,
Ia few weeks ago. He referr'od to the
cours Jian:1 crtause of the South in
the late war, and then Said :
''.lut whother we wish it or not,
we are of necessity citizons of this I
Rebllic, and thero jjrei Only two f
courseS beforo us-~one to fold our1 (
Lr1m3s and say it is none of our i
aftair-live in the past andt! abnegate a
1our manhood in the present. The f
other to aeknowkc dgo our allegi- t
une) and )Orform our whole dity as t
citizen1F;. \'o ask no favors-we I
miaike no claims. Wo are citizens
e'pial with all other citizens, with I
free tong~ueiad brave~' healrts. We 1;
love liberty, and mean-God willing r
-to aid all who desire to preserve l
it. we unito with all good eitieni fl
to pi eserve to ourselves and to l
1)oterity the )lesslings of good a
governmelnt, administerod under tl
the law, and we reserve the privi- (i
logo of reisisting as musy bo neecsiia. 1
ry all who may attempt to enrp r
those powers or filch thoso rights ; n
binding our chilhren to no other T
and di Werent pledge than that to t.
whlich our f:thers bound us, aid to 8
which all alike are Iequally hotul, i
WIe bear no nalico. We keep alive 8
no an!imosities. We make no con- '1t
fessioni. of guilt. We love the H
caus() ;and ou 0111" omrialet. We love f'
their meiories. We will honor 1
their graves. We stand by their o
rphIauis ; but wo do thi. witlout
I littenl 1c 4s W any ton alnd wlithout e1
apology. W'h'ile we riIlember that n
Lee a~nd Bireckinridg=e died proscrib, O
ed, and Louisiana andm South Cairo- "11
linI ale held by the throat, WI) wait 12
without iupatience or servile im- 0
portiiiti's for the dawn of i purer e
andt better day---conlidellt that no tl
Polands (an be kept enslaved in this e
couniit iy, that. all will be free or all tl
enslaved, aid that the liberties of li
every Stite tare equally at stake, o
and the day of a true alnesty is ft
not l.i' (listanlt. We are not !i'odi- i
gal; who retiu'n confessing tihnt our ti
si)stance has been wasted in
riotoii living, even though fatted
.(calves be killed foar our feast, and
';olden l in.'s be re:bd y for our
Slingers. W'e simply -im that we
are (eqlil citiz(ens of ia Common
colult1y, iin wtlih, With God's aid , ti
is th1e truo basis of m onii:.A.I;n.
A m:ily lefonis,, of the causer; for
whichi we I'ough t, a frank confoss-ion
ofI' wlat was lost , anid 11a1 honest
avowa i of our plirpose'S to perform it.
11 the dities of eit iztenship. More
thisi would he raven anl
mifrutit.ful. Brave meni will believe'
andl tr'ust us ; patriotic ]mett will
w\lcome <t mr' aid( : lfree mn will
applaud uts, and thus, true sonls of
0111 nother c'OlllolWealth, anid
faithful citizen!; of ourt comnion1 C
('0u1n iv, we~ will do ouir pirt to
sectur1ie to every . Stat aid eiizen -i
the blessings of constit ttional ,t
libertfy. 'WNe will build up our
States by ai wider iuantion, at
fuller1 o!Ive~lopnmnt,~ sand aL mo0re
libemli culture, and1( thus adid to the
st-renigt~h andi glor'y of the cohlmnlon
fovel mwn1 't, admiisPter'ed acceord(
ing3. to the prlilciples of a1 reveredli
will 1be just, iInij til and10 pure1.
We will dOl our1 parit, to mainitauin for
aill ci tizens11 anld eivery State fihe
Okinaiiable nn hinst, 10oiil'nabl riht
umy1 haIve becu1 taiken, preservI Iin~
whaut rema3lmI. securllinig to tile
c Oomm31on go)verm1i.(ent its just1 power
:1h1 true glory. We will strivo tIs
lealize theo glorious v'isioni of our
Sites--tifree 'ounitry of sovereignl
Sh1ties so) str'oni' $1luat al11 will re
spect it. s0 just that all will obey ~
it, so free thfat all will love it ; a
counhtr'y wher'e to do right is theo
>wholhe comipulsion, to proevent wonOfg
is, throu1gh1 love and1( obediec1Oe, an
acet of thme heasrt. We, may comriiades,
s tanid noct, inl the wayul of the reaSlizA
tion of this bright future. Le't the:~
('urs'o of thle patriot fall :pon thiote
Judge Boned Disgusted with~ a Jury. '
Ini thle tijial (f ai 'iv'il rights suit
in the Uited State~s Cir'elit Court
at I iimond~, V'0., last week, Juidge
1Bonud deLthCIverd hii.; char'ge, and14 thae
1jury, )ikalutod of ine whaitesH andI
thr ee (colorei'd, deolibeate~d o)ver1 the
e'ns'o a whroe days' Wh'eni they'
retullned to lith0e11 cout room thet fol
JIge~o B~iod. "G(entlemzeni, have
F'orennual i. "'No, sir."
Judge.~ IiRoid "Wh~y, dhidu't I
iusti'ruet ymi1 titis mnornaing fullIy 011
that po~it ? Genutliemien. I desirufii
. of anyl verIdicft fr'om a jur'y that
eaonot undter't~dt4o tiitch instruel
Lions as I gave you.. You arei di-..
I) chaurgedl. Go on : doln't want1I you
toLI say antythaing mrore about it."
b) hiav~ 11ad0 less troule inl comflin g to Ia
(onclhllsioni hadt theo mars'haul (ex
' patsasi ini sunuiinonuing it.
' The fale of init rest.- Thelo'. innuer
Value of Disciplino.
(en. (leo. A. Cist er, in his war
nemories, thus describes the eonfu
ion at the firit hat.tle of Bull lbm :
the value of disci)lino was clearly
hown ill this eI is' by obselvil'
he manner of til fe regular
roops. as con1trasted with the rawi
.nd undisciplined thrive m1onths'
nent. 'Thie regular whcliler:; never
oL a monfL cealed to 1u(k to their
flicers for orders and instructions,
aid in retiriug from the field, even
nid the greatest disorder and con
alsion of the organizations near
hem, they preserved their format
Onl, and maredltl only as they were
irected to do.
The long lines of soldiery, which
few minutes before had been brave
'confronting and driving the ene
)y, suddenly lost, their cohes~ion and
eoanone immense ma5:s of fleoing,
ight~eud creatures. Artillery
ormti were cut from their traces,
ad it wasl 11 uttutal sight to see
Iree men1, perhaps belongig to
ifl'erent regiumentis ridilng the ltgle
01'ri, and making their way to tte
ar as faslt its the dense mass of meni
loving with them would permit.
he direction of the rtreitt was
)ward Centreville, by way of the
tone Bridge cro;siLng, and other
>rds abve that point. An ocea.
onal shot from the enmly's airtil.
ry, or the cry that tlic Black
[orse cavalry, ISO (reiled in the
rat months of the war in Virgiun
ere coming, kept the fleeing crowd
soldiers at their best speed. . ra'
ore thrown away its being no Il.mg
of service in warding oil the e
y. Here and there the State col
en of ia re ime1(1nt, or perhalms tih
rtional stanl lard, would be sect
'ilig on the grmltld aloneg the lino
retreat, no one venturing to re.
mim or preerve thm1n, While more)
Inn one full set of bad11(1 instirmie.ts
ldh be observecd, droppe d muder
o she1111(10 of some tree ill rear of the
no of battle, an1( dihre their late
,Viors had probably )een1 rcstigi
0111 the fatigues of the fight when
10 panic stei.ed them and forced
iem1i to join their colmradues in
A Painul Scone.
A painiful secne took place at
or(, ill E~nglaI:, the other day, inl
1u(ec(tilon with the burial of anl in
dii llZlii~- f 13 jlVef itl ll( 1,wt 1R n%
ted a certifictate (f burial, mradle
e ncessarll a gements fo the Li(
moral : Imut when he had completed
om111 the Rev. J. Aldred, the vicar,
formed himit hat. hie could not inter
1e boy, inasmuiiittc 11s ie 1budO not
aplised h1111. The vicar, however,
aive Mr. S:ianders on1 perm1lissionl Vto
lace the oly in the grave, and the
ltier then en1g-aged ia dissen ting
intister', M\r. Whitby, to ollic iate'.
n1 arriving at the- gnave, the liov.
[r. Olmhne11r, at clergymlanl of the
hurehl of Englid, wV'as foemlul
vaiting their approach ; evidently
tenldinmg to read the service hiu
af. 'Th(, following altercation 1he0n
>ok place : Thle yv. W. Whit by:
Stop, sit', it you please. We-do not
-ant , auny ...,,, r icere. We. ..avt
ad a sevice0 rald inl ourn c'halC,
ad( we (10 nlot ishx anly ser1vice( of
ouir chuirch.' The RIev. K B..
bien." The- iRv WV. Whitlby : "I
Iy yes : it has1 been01 (1o1e." Thea
tev. IA K Chialmer : dut you1
anniot haive the b)ody interredo hlere
nless the~ se~rvi'e is readl~ !" Tho
1ev. WV. Whtitby :"It shali bo
d.'ie-l like .1 dog, then, withoat your'
(ervice. The pa~efitR of the de:MI,
oy stood4 by lin the ipetst grLief,.
ndc theo miothier, paline~d beyond1(
Omlpairison by the dispute, had1( to
'as en~ the eve oif fainting.' . was
*0.idedi t~o aplil ti he parm'Ciits as to
d'at should be doite. Tihe Rev. WV.
Vhit1hy atggested that the body
hldbeu taken fto theo GenealCL
0Jemet('Pry at Shmllield. but the moth(1
r fnllyJ elete ai mnyir,
hat her21 boy sholld be( inlterredC iln
hoechiirehi-yard. Thet cor'pse was
naking n11 o~ e-oment whatever uipon
he pr'oceedinlgs oultide.
3..'Jud1ge Mlackey, bmy in1vitati4 ni
I'('mperanceul('; de'livere(d an1 address [*
m Tmp~icointhe Me'thod ist
hurch' a t JlLaenter on lasxt Fridj ay
vinihg. W'e are0 iniformuedI that ih
Lutdientce wias one o t he1( lariges9t and(1
ear~s ini JI(ensteri, 11nd( lheo spea'lker
At notable featuire of thle o('caion
vas1 the~ attendaneIoU (of tihe hari keep
31'a of Lancasi~ter~i (ourit Htouse, whof ,
hitened( a' tentivel y thrleoughnlut and1(
eairtily enorsed)'(0 thIet Juli1'4s nlove
conflo todinik, and slhoulid p)rohii
r11 keepers freoni sellig to any1p1
on1 11ot 54) licensed. We haIve not.
Ulhe bar") have yetb passed'( res'ohuttions
aoumplimenOrtary to the Jfudge..
'VT pr1llincil dist1 ille s of Glermnany
Bierlin for the. sp~elal cuiltivation of
the1( scecsherin(c) ~~~g upon.1 formi1enI -
tatin un dihllaion

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