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For the Eaton Democrat.
THE ROSE OF THE VILLAGE.
; "' I We the' brigiit sceuna pf the green sunny.
;t -.'"' highlands',' '' ;'. - -. . " .
' t'i The Updcnpe strolling ifself to lbe sky; - .
' I lore theswee-t memorieaof distant tat' island,
. ..- W here nob plcy breezes ascend opoD UigU.
- I ' . "v .
i. tiul, 0 anwoffali ofour mHIj'j falrcst.tienaure,
Tbat.beaveni ha given W, light up oar rays .
Tbore i none that I vienr' witfi tuch exquisite
' v. v ( plrtiiure, " ' . ., ' r;
'At thott dtxircst angel, ihie lUi lijfhtW dy. '
' Tby pnre marble brow and; thy light floiriujf
;. - ;' , '; 'I ... treaaea, 1" .' S :
' ; Enoaaa thysact fenturoa like apenrl in, its
' , ahell, '. ., 'i -,V..
'.'f Aad thy eye 'oV mild blue tbaV eo. nreety
' - With arch calm like onftuesi the words thoa
.. i-ouldt tell,;'- -J 'M'
$ .. Thyight ajtpheav form like -the breeie of the
. . -. c, moriiiB(rt ;. U .. :: . ' ,
, ' .v',Floata. o'er the green- earth to gWe fcladneat
; " , X' . - and joy,;..,-.-' ':(.')
: To all the fair cirelri thou now art adorning, '
. "JAnd ererr hromrare-woro tbot dotlj thee
t And brtfrhl e the eun e'et the mtmmet eUmi
f 'i, la the aweet lorinjr ami le that JbrTr thine,.
V; ." Digpelltneiien.aorrow.iii- .. pauiway weoi-
" And liRktiug tip earth with a fire divine. ; ''
. 3 :. -- ' '
1 V And O niar th eummers, lust fifteen in number.
I . He a tvoe of thv life and unetilticd wilb fflooni.
: I And when at long last tu coW death jhou ahalt
, ' alumbor,-; - r ' 'ws -
t ' ., ; Hay thy aj;irit descend to in dear native
THE OCEAN'S DEPTH.
THRILLING TALE OF AN OCEAN DIVER.
The fifa of n who explores the mysteries
of the sea, to riot more perilous tlian foscina
'1 linn.' The eharm of 'te'rrot hangs a round it,
f '' and the jntermihable euceession of 'exciting.
'V-e'ents render tt dear to its professors. Not to
- the common ! ivert of the east, w ho cati remain
i' but for fraction of liDielbeoepth the wave.
S i -'ind efone ' fearfnllf among the1- ruegcri ocean
I jooHnda, bat to a depth in the'-oiviliaed mode
., of diving, who in his pwteolive armor, rnayrt-;
. miiin-upmet(rHi t(W nuT nnu woiioer wrn
' '1 hnDUtilty, fo miles along those jinknown re
t cions fair below the-'seaj '. To him are laid open
' ' the borrow of (he watefy creation,' and he may
.'( ntMi aMi-catti( j.'Arbiia Story
telltf preserilKii.lo.itie teariuieyesoi a.buanaD.
, ' To awl the moat thrilling (recurrences of (he
t!D0"er wotld seem frtvotmis: for ro bra memo-
V ry, be terains thoughts that may well chill the
' - soul With drtfSd.- ?. , -' . ' ''.'
'; 2- I arri a diei-- diver from choice and I am
ii, proud of my professibnr f Where' ist)cb oour.-
;' sg Quired as is needed beret It is ftolhin
i be s Si)ldi)rj,oeverbut-vI forjiear;-.
- ' will (ell my story,, and leave otfatiis to Judge
i": An appaling .ship-wreck occurred, 'not 'long
.. Bgo, rpon the wildest psnoi the eaasuu new
' toundland.,' I'be tuliuiisof this ealamily reach
d the ears of thousands; but smld the erowu
' ; of accidents which followed iu obick surces
. "eioii, It was soon forgotten.' fot by us how-
V aiver. Vr found thai (he vessel bad (unk up
1 . on a spoL where the water's depth we by no
'means grea,Vsn(t..that..s.daiing maa. might
-tf easily reacu ner. ; ne vas: a teamercaiiea
' "H'le Msrmion, and bap been seen goiug sudden
. ly down.wiihom a momeni's wainiug, by some
v fisherinca near by.: She ' bad, undoubted ly,
'. struck a hidden rack, and had thru been in One
H moment dcattoyed, '",;'..' .'.: ,; , 1
' " ' i t poke to my assootntes oT the nlon, and
the approved ot it ' No time s lost in mn
t : JUug (he necessary. 'prepsratiohs, and short
V ., time twseld as tmtHiaa in our small sonoon
t " er for the eunkeoahip.. 'There were six of us,
! , ' and we anticipated estiaonlmary success.;
.-' I Was the teader, and generally .ventured
,'- upon lay exploit u which there was ancom
, ' mosr dancer. Not that tin othen wete cow
r . ardst on the eotitrary, they were all brave men,
' but 1 wss gifted Wilb a preaence of wind Of
.which the ulcers were ilestilult.y As two per'
V ;soos were heeded 10 explore the Mflrmiou, I
., had selected my companion, 4 you ne fellow
, wbse stead measv and dauntless coucsge hsd
,- several Uaiea Ue lure been fully tested.. '..
' ...'Ac It-Wasv Sflin and pleasant day, but the
: - aouthem and esstern horizon looked deceitful,
: v Small .suspicioos clouds were- gathered there
I of ill' sspeot,. and 'snaking fellows regular
' X hang dog- lel)ows," s my comradevt Rimmer
,L leinarked to me. Nevertheless, we were not
; to be put off by little cloudiness m the sky,
iul boldly prtnsreC to venlnre,
4 So deep m lbe Water, that no vestige 01
the ship's mast remained above the surface, to
point out the testing place of the Marmion.
. We were compeueu,- trrereiore, 10 select- tne
i scene Pf operations to the beat ol our ability
',;' Down went the sails pf our schooner. and we
' put eo out diving armors. ,iW fixed on out
i ' tieraleJ tightly nd screwed on the lioit ,One
' tv onet eack elnmiy article" was sdjusteuUr
The welcbte were bunr snU we wete readis
f i "Ii lks terrible blackish, Beiiott," said
t,- Jtimiiei to aie.!...'; .',.v' "Vi
i f'.oh," 1 tepleil, gaily, "it's only a little
; r, mist ail nchti".-, w,,:,r. ' ,w'
; . - k-'Ab" Us ottered t, low- exclamation
- -which sounded hollow from bis cavernous
2 fcemlet, tJ '-..' .f . 'i'-', r'r-;!V.'.
1 : 1: "All ready," .1 cried in s loud voice,wbreb
they could not. easily distinguish. . Then ma
kins s proper sign, 1 swunu over the side.,.
v- --Down we et lfirand Hunner close be
bind me. r It did not takes long time lor us to
reach the Uom. .We found ounelvea en
'- wbotsoemt-da brpad plain, Sloping dowawnrd
toward the north, i j.ooking forward then,.
: dim black object a rose, which our experienced
I eyes knew to be a jofty-rok.,-'' ,v
- ' 1 nientioned to Rimmer that we should pro
' ceed., ,;'y':''-'- oi' '.
1 cannot tell the strangeness pf the sensation
til by one,who,.first wulks (he botioaof .the
.'',' .ea. "..."(, o j ' .-,:;' . r
i . There ere a thousand objects, fitted toex
i " cite astonishment, even in (he mind bf him
1 who ha dared to do the deed a hundred times.
AH sround as toy 'be plaini covered by water;
' Lul here the eye eoltld pot perceive 1st away,
. ss iu the upner air, for water -in the distnuce
crew obsque. Silt seemed to fade sway in
i ii,,-jty datkness. There was no sound, exeapi
t t .it iime which was produced by the escape
' cl air fiora the breast valve, and the flush
elided by our passage through the water. VVn
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asems ciuiiiy Mji.a-iVC, is C"s!!?Bl t'lfw,
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$l,50p e r Aanttm I n A dvanc e .
aliitjt offers little ioconVeniejice to thwpracliced.V
Fishej in crowdi wstearound ns.' Pishes
of evety sliape ami size Diet our eyes, no mnf,-;
ter Where Ihey turned. '. They a am awrftly by'
oj- tbey raced and chased eh another, in
every ureelior. Uetff atioai n pornoisti;
tumbled alon in elumy 'gamhcijs, tliero a
ersmpua nngnt be seen risnia tftowhr to -lbe;
surface:' hers-an unnieiise number of amailtt
Bh naelieu pat! 09, Iheretfihw hU(teoi)K Hlii
pondtrout i lormi, D 00 ted in 1 tie wetet Univ.
Svineiiinen three or four placed themste di
rectly uelwe u, Staring' at us cud aolewul
working their gillt.' There' they wouhl rtmoin
rill e en me up Cto to them, em) then wilb
atiirl ttiey would iatt wy,' A : , ''
. All thi time we wcie waikine onward along
the bottom of. the tea. while above un. "liXe a
black cloud in lha ky, we could see but
moving slowly onward Opon the cut face) of
watt. and now not mure than 0 hUndied yawls
before us, we could see the toweling form of
that ebony rock whirih had at ftwt greeted our
res from afar. As yet we could. not re cer.
tain that this wta the pkee where lrj MmiL
on bad struck. Bui soon the ohjct became
disernable, as we glauqrd atihe rocky. base.
;Kmimer struck my amjsnd pointed. I
iened : aisenl, and we moved, onward more
ipickly :.;-. tr-'.-V- ' ... '..
A irw iiioijiroin ciai'cu.wc usu vdiiiv nearer.
The; black object now looked like the stern of
a vessel wboae hull lay there. - (
buitijeniy, lumnier strucK me' again,- ana
pointed npward. Following (be direction of
h is hand, I looked urraml sawxthe surisce of
the water all loom and in motioi). ..: There was
a moiueutary - thrill tliMioiti my heart, but -ii
passed. r ; e .were tq a dangerous cuiidition,
A storni' wos roming onr-.. ;- - ! .-. v ..v
tint should we'turiv -back now, when' we
wcie to near the objett of our see rc lit Aires.
ly it lay before us, We Were Close beside ft.
No, I would not. ;1 signalized to Riminer to go
lorwntil, am) we still kept mir course
Now the rookie' up before us, black, tug
ged a iid disrual; Its rough sides were worn by
the action onhe water, and m some places,!
werecovereo oy marine pisnts anu nameK'ss
ocean vegetniiun.' ,W paed onward, wej
clambeted evere spur, which Jutted from the'
Cliffs and there lay .the tteaineK
There she lay iipnglit.with everything stand-
ing. fc.be bad. gone niit lowti, ami bad set-j
tied in-such s position amons; .lbe rooks, that;
she stood aprightVjust as though she lay at herj
wharf, , crushed eagerly and clartibered upt
her side, '..There was a. lowmoan in Die waler,.1
which Sonndedwaroinglylnour ears, and told
uf of a swift apprir-chuig-dnhger.- Whnt wna
lo, be done rriiisl be done speedily. We rushed
forward, Rimmer rushed to.' the cabin. ;
went forward to descend into lbe hold. l de
soen.U-i the ladder.' I walked into the engi-
neer'snioru- - All was empty here, alt was w
tet. - I he waves pt tb eeenw 'bait - entered,
and Were porting .with. H 'work.s of-' nn.- 1
went 1nift Hi' fr-iglit ro.-. -SorKfedlir-1 war
Startled by an appalling noise on deck. The
hBsyy fput-steps ol -sotse one, running, as
though' in mortal fear, or most dreadful haute,
sounded in my ears.. -Then my.benrt throbbed
wildly, for it is a fearful thing to hear, Tar down,
in the-silent depths of the ocesn. -
Pshaw!, it's onlytimmer. -- ': -
1 -hurridly ssoended the deck by the first
oulellhat pprtreil,. Wiieji I speak of hurry,
l apes k 01 tue qoicKesi' novemani po-is loie,
whencovered with so much rumor., but this'..
moveinem 01 mine was u,imuk 1 rusueu up-
ward.. , 1 rprang out on aeon, - --v..
It weSKiiumer. 1 - '
He stepped forward snd clutched mji arm. -
He.-. pressed it. with a convulsive grasps end
pointed to the cabin. I attempted logo there.
Hesiamped Ilia foot and tried to hold inebaok.i:(jope
He poivted to the bust and implored, me, with;
Ifantio gestures, to go up. . . - , , -.,.,.
, It is aniialling to wituess the horrnr-Slruck.
sdul trying to express iisilf by situs, ft is hw-
fol to Jee the signs when no, tnca .is plainly
visiuie 01111 no voine is ueaiu, 1 vouki uui se.
his (tee' plainly,- -but hit eyes, through his
hesvy mask, glowed. like coslsof fire.
I will got'': I ''exclaimed. ''.'I sprang" from
him. -H eiped, bis hands together, but dared
not follow,, v. '. : "','.
Good heavens! I thnufht, what featful thing
it here!, .Whet scene can hosa feartul s to.
paralyse the-soul oft practiced divert i will
see for myself.,: . ' :
1 walkd foiwsrd.. I came to the cabin door
1 entered thefotwird siloun but-saw nothing,
A feeling of eouleinpt canie over me. Rimmer
shall uu't come with me again, 1 thought; Yet
i was awe struck.--, Down in tlie depths of tue
sea there is only ail nee oh, how solemn)
paced ino long sstoon,, winch had ecnotu 10
the hnese'. the drowning paasengers.-- Airr.
(here are 'thoualus, which sometitues fill the.
auui,. wuion are 'only leu oy uioe -wuoin
scenes of sublimity ere familiar, .' Thus think
ing, 1 walked to the af.er cabin and tnlered
"iJ.Jliodol Heaven!" - '.. '
Had liot-lny hand olenqhed the door with.
a grasp which mortal terror hsd made-oonvui
aive, 1 shoubl have- fallen; ul (he . floor. .
stood nailed lo the, spot. ; For there before me
stood s crowd of people,' men' and woinert -r
caught isj the last lie.nh struggle by the over
whelming, waters and fastened to the spot,
each Mi the position in which death had found
bun. - Kuch one bad sprung from, bts Dtiair at
the shook of the -sink'tig ship, and wilh one
common emotion, a't had started for the ilxir,
But- the waves of the-sea had been loo swift
for them. , Lo I then som.' wildly grasping
Ihe table, others lbs sides of the cabin there
they stoo. , Near, the door wn .crowd Of
people, heaped upoit one anoiher-r-soine on
the floor.-others pushing over them all seek
ing madly to gain the outlet. There was one
who sought: to .clamber over the table, snd
sttll wss there holding to an iron- post.' -60
Strang wss each -eopvuhirva grasp, no 'fierce
ihe slruigle of each villi death that their hold
bad nut yet been relaxed but each one stood
and lookedfracticly lo the door. " . . " ..; v,
,;l'o.' the door ' good God 1 To me, to we
they were looking (,' They werr glanniag at
me, tall those "resdfat, those, terrible- eyes.
Eyes in which the fir of life had. been dis
placed by; thehilling gleam of deeth.' - Kyes
which Still glared; ltk the eyeaaf the Jniiitino;
wnh no expulsion. ;-They froge me will! their
cold'snd ic'stare. '.They hail, no mcani;ig,
for the soul had gone And ibis. made tl still
mote- horrible, than 1 it would have been ip
life; for the' spalllng contortions x(, Their- fa
ces, expressing fear;' horror' despair,' and
whatever else the hiimon soul ftiay Tet,'eoK
trasted with the. cold and ' glassy yerhmde
their vacancy yet more fcTtuI. ."He-upou 1he
table Srtinrd more fiendish than l alhersi
tot his Jong black hair ditheveled and floated
horribly dnwn--and his beard snd mustuche
an loseni-a Dy (he waler,' gtryo htm 'he grvn
sessoi a nemoo , u, wt.it .oe ana lerture
Wl.a, UHK.'IUUL'IE til'Mllt.'a, uiilfidieu T Ul .
despairing gUilftes of il.we faces laces t
eu ino ?p.ir.iiiiiic c,)n,or:ion, wniie inesouis:
n.if liptiK'.ttheiM were- wiUierun! and struK
p lor life.
wdul '.nf lie very atronp, ytileos it. should iu
eu ase 1o' teir-foM fury sh ire. But il hail
itwn, iriclfeasiup, thnu'gh t had not noticed ft,
tdaraliff.'One of tiiertt 1 wrested Off in my coir:
theivuliife eflottn, but tho other slil! kept me
1 returned to Ihe fal'en door; I s.it down
'jn despair and wited for death. , -I raw no
of escape. This; then, vss to be my
end I -. , , v', -i
But the steamer gave s sudden lurch; sgsin
',i.trl aaaa hv-tho nen of- the waves. he
1 heetWnot the lafi(tnon rs, sr(ilrri even
- loHfd. !wn m ths,wlitl,A p'tia-ihe iwtsil
and Hre nmiwrt ul 0,e water lsa to br. fer
in iheso aliysses, Suiiienly.the sicactet w.
abnkoo aitl tcet.by.tbeMf rwtrlia... - ,
'.' At thu th'hid(-ou forni'i rr 'ahalen end
- ftlt The hcii6f people rot It d osMiiuV'r.-
Triat demon en thtj.tnhle aeemrilrtv'iuiikA'
snringdireoiiy jowaidsme. I (rndi shrk-kitjg-cj
all were alter me, I Ujt?ujrtit. . 1 ruihcJ our.
with .itp'pu'rpoee bm to esrape. 1 toughi'tA
thro off y eightf mid rise.' "
;!v . wett0.tcuD!it or Us Iaust;qs4i tpnitbt'
at Uiern wi'.b Iron lie exartions, but ci.ulj not
loosen tlierri. ' The Srou fasteninsa had grown
duwu. , The tube,' also, was lying down still
tn my passage wnj through' the machine
rooms. I did not know this until I had ex-!
bausied my strengih, and almost my boptf, i
vain (Hurts to loosen the wij;ht, and still the
horror of that scene in the cabin rested upon
trie 1 : '
: Whore wss Rimmer t 'The thought fl.inhedV
across me. He. was not here. He had re
turned. . T9 weights lay near which seemed
to be thrown off in terrible hujte. Yes, Rim
mti1 had gone. I looked upj there lay the
boat iofsing and rolling sniong the waves.
1 rukhed down into the machine room to go
back so . as to loosen my tube. . I had gone
through' the passage .cnreleaiily, and this iay
there, lot it. was unrolled from above as I
went on. I. Went back in haste to extricate
myselfi I could stay here no longer; for if all
the gold of Golcouda was in the vesgi'l, I
w ould not stay in company with the dreadful
defl 1. '- .V--' ' ' ' "
: Back fear .'lent wings to mv feet.". I hur
ried down the hold once rnoro, retraced My
suibs lliroaktli the nasaase be'ow. 1' walked
fcback to the plate in wliichl descended
was 'dark; a new lucUnt of horror shot
through met 1 looked un - The inerturt tews
j clotted! .. ; '- .
Heavens) was it olosed by mortal hands
flad Rimmer m his panic.fliiiht blindly thrown
down the triip-door, wllueh I row remembered
to hove teen opon when' I descended 1 Ur
had some fearlul. being fiem tho cabin, (hat
rt.mnn who tnrane at me . .:
i KMried back in terror.'- " ' ' ' '
Butt could not wait here; Tmustgo;!
must eafcape Irora this den of borrorc. '
sniah uh the 'ladder' -and tried tu raise (he
U00r. h resisted my efforts. , I nui my hel
mti head 8eBitist it, and tried to raise its the
liruug of the ladder broke beneath mo, but": lie
d.K,, was not raised, mv tube came down
ibrouah it end ktnl it-baril nnon. for It was
, ,Ulllft iui,t. ami kept strongly expanded by
' (he 0 !oe wound wire - .
1 ei2ed.s Jar'f-;on and -tried to ' .'it
ooen. i rehed- it sliL-htlv but" there ,w.is' no
way 10 get -it up further. I looked. aroutuM
an(t toundsome- blocks; with these. 1 rniKed
the heavy door a little, rlacine a block in to
keep who t 1 had tained. But the. work wss
.tow aa, laborious, and 1 had .woiked a crest
whi,6, before 1 had raised it four inches...
',' Theses rolled more and more.' The sub-
meril veic.iel fi-lt ilk n ,wet , nnrl roalied.
jjuchienly il whveled over, and lay npon its
jj(Jo, "1; ...-,',, . -, .,-,,
1 ran round tn pot ,n deck above tr the-
pullet, 1 kireW it was imponible, lor the lube
v would not ntrrail roe to co so for, ud then
would rather have died a Ibousaiiff deathw'
1 than-liave veinured aaaio so nest the onbin.
had balanced uoon. s tock, in such a wav
tbat t slight ".cliou.ef the water would trip
n. un w '.- : '
ci".. creaked and eroa ed. ood labored, and
" (ten turned uiktn herside.: ' 1
. j rotej I clung to the ladder; I pressed the
trapdoor open while the steamer fay with
her deck perneiiiliciilar -to the ground. .
Bp,nn. out and touched. ihe Dotlom of the sea.
i, WS8 jn fi00(i 4jme. for a ,nonient after the
)ass wtiit over apain :;
i Then, with last -effort, I .twisted the iron
; f,,,-,,,, nf the weirht vfch keut me down:
1 jerked it. It was kinsened, it broke, 'it fell.
Iu a moment' 1 began lo ascend, and in s few
moments I was flijaiing on the waterfor the
etr which is ptes.ed down for ihe diver; con-
suuipiion, coiutiuites a, buoyant mass, which
raSe him up fiomthe sea
Thanks to heaven . There was the strong
h,,fc w.th mv hmd. brave nu-n I Th felt me
rising, -they saw me, they cattle snd saved
me. -. .. . . .. - . i -. '
Rimmer had fled from the horrid, scene
when 1 entered, the cabin, but remained
ihe boat to lend . bis aid. ..He never went
down sen in, .but became a sea captain.. As
for me, I still lo down, but only to vessels
whose cows hare been saved. .
it w net d less to say thst ihe Uarmiou was
never ogam visited, , ":, V . .
A Hard swearer.
A good story is (old of a toll, raw-boned
fellow, who went into s marxet bouse at uos
ton perhaps the Qniucy and teeing n large
hnr on exhibition, was mtL'htrtv struck with
sf'I swear' said he, 'thst's surest hog.
swear 1 never ssw a finer looking one in my
llfe."l awesr4 what short legs he's got.
swear ' " "'-'.'- . ;- '
"Ufok here, friend," t;d little dry-look
ine individual, trotting op, "you muen'tswear
so." .- v.-- :.V "'-
"I swear I shoulJ like to know WhyT"'ta,M
the hard swearer, with an ominous look.
""Becssae,"1 faid the litlle mart; "swearing
Is stein ' .the, law, end I shall bave' to commit
you!" drawing hiinself up -
? "Are y 8r jdstice of the pescef". inquire!
the swearet. - v
- -Yer, sir."' was the reply
Well, I twear," said the profane 6ne
tm nmie talonished alliitt than I was about
thebogT". !"-'' ; ?- J ',-
, .,; ... , -ii
IT"! presume," said Jem Horn, on entering'
a hardware. store, "yon deal in' all sorts
hails."'" .".''""''. .'., v '.'- '. :
"'Certainly, replied", the clerk in iitent?-
snee.. , : '.i-w- '' J"-:- ".:'''.
'' "Tneu l Will trouble you for s pound of
;nails.' yv7"': ',, '''""'..' v"''11' ' :' - - - ;
Jem got ,i pmmi'vet tils' head for fats paips'.
' ffT'My good woman,' kah) Ihe'eVflngelfct,
as he ofleieil her -' tract,1- 'have yoW got
! SN, Stri we haven't replied the old-crone,
tiiey'-rg- got them awfully Juwn lo New
M,r8nns., J l( :."...""'' .':-. -, '.-
- i (Tfit Imt been ascertained that tbe min
I LuiJ-os to the last was c si.oemaker.
Remarks upon Dress.
,- "Of enirs the immense fullness to which
we htve attaiiiH must be m1e up of fome
mtteriaf, and the wide fiuil prgeou3 sweep
nitisl hrve a f umlat'un of snflicient sirengiit
to n: tntM the viper-strucfure. , Thin is unt t
b'utta,iiied wiUiout also soms. weight in the
nK.li'nn', ami I; is one of the -evils of this
style cjl dr that, being fastened at the
.W.HSI (id unsupporlad By (hd Shoulders .
which iredtie mitural pi to hang our clsjthes
-Hi (s a
hirovy weiirhl to carry about, at-
tochKt to a part of (he body, leas! provided
with b-jpes, or any means of resistance lu tbe
pre:i--irh. . ' ' , '
1 j vrt oa? Mfn sei lortn sun preaciieu
ej'i.nsl,' bnt ftiftlifon'rule) and.lhe only bipo
is to niodiiy and help, without nope ot change,
till "ftthioh shall see Ot to change. Of all
obstinate beings, commend us to a young girl
Who beeirts to have nottn$ ot dress. Tell
hsr that hei.waisi is to-j wnall for beauty, and
she will lank down on il wilh added complai
cency; lell heshe will injure her health,
and because slie does not laint or drop down
dead .at once.i will scoff s: you for an old
logy; tetl her, i3l ner smnsare iooiuii lor
proportion, a nd .the will survey their rotaiuh
ty wilh increa-d admiration, and an inward
smile at youf old-fashioned notions. What if
her waist and skirts do remind you ot
churn stick, set-down in sit old. fashioned
church 7 ' ' " -;. . .
"Biitlo my siggetlioris: a nicely Siting
waist is a tidy arts le for dress, as support,
without corsets, o a covering to tliem, if they
are ' worn. At 111 oottotn 01 ipis wais- lei
there lie s belt; on let 'It be finished with a
short W,Kf, and jiave a piece of broad tape
run on in plcu of belt. On- this belt sew
four buttons, on the front and back, sud each
side, willi.m accurate measuie fur the dis-
tuuee from the from to tne side.
" In tl band 01 each skirl hove four but-ton-tiolesi
at the turn distnuces; or for tinder
skirl, stfi' bi lter, broke .loops of nauow tupe
or braid.; Thus'' the buttons sustain the whoie
weiglilol the sUirts, and they oao be Insteued
bioscly, Without slipping down and dragging
as a heay burden, while the '.weight rcsia,
where imluie intended, on ihe shoulders.
1 ' "The vsisi may be low in the neck and
n'arrow'at the sn'iutditf.-su as noi to interfere
al'ilwili nny iir-sa of piopr heiRht.- . '
..".'JJliere in an objection lo the first arronge
mentKir (us, that it involves some woik. a
Uiw 1otirs' use of the nuedle as long perhaps
as ll (ft'ouiil lo talie to embroider a rose', or
coiotnhet. half a purse; but, this dilliculiy
Wlipa over, costs no J'uuher trouble, and com
fort and relief are imlecribab!e, lo say noth
ing of liibenefil to health.
' U nj could at the same time be persus
ded too! lbs-tr tihs a Utile freedom of mo-
inn. .(or-jthe -rilvoi tne luner piay or hip
luhgt, it would be, benefit but there 1 des
pair None a' yj-'iear as l nose writ vtinm
i... '.b til iwt (hone wbo ere. Wen
011 thii) ffWW'itn. They wi'ltnot liR
to the voK-fjOt charmer, charm e pever
50 widely. liiueru, iitnuii 14 liiiuui uisi.
and.to be " dclxMe" is an attribute ol wo
men, which make her interestmf ! . -, .
iotertsiin,?, forsooth I very well wniie
one is young and pretty; out, 1 tear me, meu
;iow Into in time ci ttns coosinui omii on
heir ivmnalJirVS, and learn to winh for a little
more. 'comprjitionshipi while Ibey will bave
lees patience, il tuey team ine unaiio i urs
iroyed by ptocess of low suicide. The recip
racf:y in mar.'ied life should uofbe sll, oil pu
one side) , . ' "' . " ' - "'." 'f
Parting Intervew with Emmet.
The evening before his death, while the
workmen were busy with tue scauoio, s
vouni U'lV was adalilted into his dungeon, t It
was the girl whom he fondly Joved, and who
had now come to our mm nn oiernai lureweu.
Ue was leaning iris nmlaneboiy mood agonist
the 'window Irame ol the prison, ami tne nea
y clankiMJ of his irons mot dismally upon
her heart.'. "f rut interview w3 Diireriy. otlect
iiu'. and mel:ed even the callous soul of the
jailor. As for Emiiiet, lie spoke little; but as
he pressed hnjtieioveu, in snerice io nix uosuru,
hia I'ounaaance ' betrayed his emotion. In s
low voice; half choked by anguish, be be
sought her not to. forget him; he lemtnded her
of iheir foimer happintsK, of the long past
dins of their childhood, anJ concluded by re
questing her sometimes to visit the scenes
wheie Until intoncy was spem, auu -iiiuugu
n world Dimht repeal the ir names - witn
scorn, lo cling lo his memory with affection.
Atth s verv instant, the eveiiing iieti peai
ed from ihe neighboringcllurch. Kmnielstart-
cd nl ihe tonn-i, snd as he fejt that this was
tbe lost time he should ever hear itr dismal
armful., he folded his beloved still closer lo his
heart, and bent over her sinking form with his
eyes streaming with atrectioo. The turnkey
entered ai this moment; ashamed of his weak
ness, he dashed tbe rising tear froirjhis eye,
and a .frown oitaiu lowered on his counte
nance. The man. meun.wb.iie approached to
tear the yoimg lady from histmbrace'a. Over
powered by his feelings he coiihi mahe nor.
sis'ancej'bulas he gloomily released Iter Irom
his hold,, he gave her a little miniature of
himself, iind with that last token of. attach
ment, he imprinted (he lost khsses of a dying
nmit npo her lips. On gaining the door, 'he
turned around as if to goze. once more upon
the object of her widowed love. He caught
her eye a she retire Jit was but for a mo
menl; the- dungeon door jwung back upon
its' hinges, ond as it' closed sfier. informed
him too surely that they had met for the last
time en ear'b. - ! ' . ' :' ;
An Editor in Heaven.
Under the. above caption a southern ' news
paper gives a long obituary of a brother of ilu;
quill, Ironi wlncli we extract the closing para
graph. 1 A glowing pictures . .; .-.;.- ;
"Are we. not sIsq glnd thai such sn editor is
in Heaveii? , ' ' ' ' .' ,
. Theie the cry of 'more copy shall ntfre;
again lull upon his distracted enrs-. -'There he
ilmll ntvex tie abuse.i. suy.rmire by his politic
eal.anta.trou'istt, with lies sn'l delraatioit that
hnu!d shame a demon to promulgate. There
he ft.tll no' rrifir bt 'nject as a iaddfcr for ihe
aapitHig. to kick down.: is 'they tenck the desired
btright, and need- hid) no' rrwre. There he shall
be ah to tee the immense biasei of mirid be
ha.'mqved, afl'uniiadwiugly and unknown as
hi hua been, "dn(ing his w eary pilgrimage on
enrlh.'-- There he will- find all erttcUo creitiud,
nota plop of :his Umuder stolen and .there
shall be o4 nprrid typographical errors to tet
bim in fever, V We a,rt glad the editor is in
Heaven. .; ' i ' y-.-'r;- ';
f' S, 't
'"V.'i j-, , -.' i "
' tXEishleen Old line) WU1Q papers have
already raised the flugof Unclisasntnd Breck
inridge in the. L'niteiLSiates. . .. ' .'
' , .' Georgetown (&ir.)"Gatte.
' Ahd'einriteeh thoussnd Old line "Whigs
the State f Kulilucky are tetdy hi vote tha
j ticket in Novcmlet. JLou'isville JJirrtssV
Attempt to Bribe an Editor.
Attempt to Bribe an Editor. ANOTHER EXPOSURE!!
Thniiam's npon thousands pf dnlUrs have
been raised by the Block Republican Dis
uiiionists, under tho. pretence that it wjs to
be lent to ".bleeding Kansas " It appears,
however, that not one cent of money ever
sees Kansss st all I It is used ss an election
eering fraud to buy up doubtful presses and
unpiincipled poliliciadt to support the Cali
fornia Beef Speculator for President, ; .
A number of German papers that heretofore
supposed the principles of the Democratic
party. l) of a sudilcn changed tlieir tone. end'
raised the home of Fremont , lo the pead of
their columns. The honest nwces of lh
German Demoe'r'tcy, Who are true to the prin
ciples of .(he Constitution and the -land of
their adoption, cannot be transferred over to
the Know Nothings; and in. every rnrtaoce
where tbe presses have been bought up by
the Fremont corruption fnml, they start a new
paper, that at once exposes the swindle to
lh gaze of the world. .
The "Free Kansas and Free Nigger party,"
attempled the other day to bribe a lierman ed
itor in Northampton county, Pn., but they did
not succeed t"is time, as the following affida
vit will show f Mt. Tmiow Banner, .
State of Penntylcania, Northampton Co., $l.
Personally appeared before me,: the subscri
ber, s'Jttstice of the Peace, in and for said conn
tyJnsiahotf,editorOf the Independent Dem
ocrat, i German .Newspaper, published in the
borough of Eastnn in said county, who being
duly sworn according to law, doth on his sol
emn oath declare and say, that on or about
the middle of July list, Henry W. Lowry, a
brother of Major Gen. G. P. Lowry, of Kan
sas, having first called deponent aside, pro
ceeded to enquire if was proprietor mid had
soie control of the paper of which be was
editor. That upon this, deponent answering
in the affirmative, snd after some conversation
had passed upon the prospects for success of
the several candidates for the ftesidency, .the
said Henry W. Lowry further said that he
was authorized by certain persons to tay to
him that if he, thesaid deponent, would come
out and faithfully support Fremont, he, the
deponent, would receive $3000. ' That they
had the money ready, and all they wanted was
or him to pledge his honor (hat he would so
support Col., Frerjionl snd the money should
be paid down to him in cash, ueiore be nioi.id
be required to lake any slant!. Thai upon the
deponent replying that he would 'not do it,
the conversation upon tnnt suuieci enueo,
nd they separated. . - . ,
And this deponent further saith that Hie
above and foregoing is suBslanlially nil ttuiU.tion
parsed between mm snu tne saiu tienry vv.
Lowry, lo relation (o thai subject. , ,
Sworn snd subscribed Anitust 4th, 1838,
tfM .'- '- -i (. Ii; Wol 1. V.
Consequences of Disunion.
Hon. W. B. Beed, of Philadelphia, has
written a letter io (he citizens ol f ranklin
county, Penn'a, io'wliich lie thus forcibly de
picts the consequences of disunion : . ' .
. "I remember, yearsligo, on a bright sum
mer's ofternoon. toiling up the turnpike rood
on the Cove Mountain, in your county; and
when 1 reached the summit, turning to gaze
on as beautiful a scene ss ever gladdened my
eye the val'.ey of peaceful btnaly which
stretches off to Maryland and towards the
Potomac. It is a familiar scene to most ol
you. To me it was new, and its impression
has never faded from my mind. As far ss the
eye could reach there was fertility the signs
of tranquil industry; all was Deaulirut all
was peaceful; il looked ss it was like tbe
abode of a happy, snd united people.. The
political line separating Pennsylvania from
Maryland traced by those old-fashioned sur
veyors, Cnarles- Mason and Jeremiah Dixou
was visible to Do eye. ; The trees on which
they marked it had long been, felled or disap
peared. ,Maoy a form was separated by it,
but, except in the eye of the law, no one
kuew it or cared about It. '-. ,
I have, often for painful, thoughts sre
thrusting themselves upon me recalled that
scene of actual beauty and united interest,
and realited what it would be what your
condition will be -what must be tbe eondi
lion of every county of this commonwealth
on the Maryland line; Chester, Lancaster,
York. Adams, Fmuklin, Fulton, '"Bedford,
Somerset, Fayette and Greene; if disunion be
forced on us, and the rnpture be. as it would
be, between what are popularly, but falsely
colled the free and slave States-6ru?en s
and MirulaM. I wish every mon who Could
be mwle to -understand what a frontier is.
even that of a Civilised life.. Its daily, hourly
vexations and dangers--its line of custom
houses, to keep the smuggler in and out tbe
crowds or fugitrves Irom justice and, labor,
infesting every avenue and concealed in tvery
lhicket--the murderer -striking down his vic
tim to day, tn flying with the fresh. blood on
his hand lo a foreign-terrtlory to morrow- the
ticketing, the strife, Hie hot blood of conter
rtimous depute all this., would be the' daily
djora of.every southern county in (his State;
and across the leaouiful valley I )ave.spokea
of would be distressingly visible, the tctutl,
broad perhaps bloody, line which disunion
must trace, j Ibis ts (rue,, though bard to
conceive. Pennsylvania, and you, citizens of
Franklin' county, have eo long reposed in the
vetv centre of (he Union, that you cannot
understand bow yott con become frontier
a.d how you will suffer wheo you do."
Falsehoods and Ta; tus. The charge that
the democratic party is in favor of the exten
sion of slavery, is a falsehood.,'
.The charge that the present administration.
or the; democracy, are. trying to plant slavery
in Kansas, (a a ialseho6d,' :.'.' -The
charge that the demoorsdy wish Kansas
to bo s-slave state, is t felaehood. .5
The chart thei.lhe. aeentsof lbs tovern-
ment and .tho United plates troop in Kansas
favored the pTo-finvery men agamil the free
slate men, is s nisenooa. - . . -
. The chnrce (hat Mr. Buchanan ever Carored
the . reduction of waes, has, been proves a
hundred times a base calumny and s lie,
The story that John CvBreckinridge wis
engaged in the defence of Matt, w trd, ts t
falsehood. i-t ,: ..";' ''''' ''"" '
.The charge that Mr. Bucbfmsn favor filli
biltterinr. it i falsehood. v ' .'. ' .
' On half 'of the slprief tbat .'come, 7rom
Ksnssi about' Tourden. robberiev dc.,'. sre
falsehoods. ritriourjsr Poot.c-.; r. 'j ;,.v:
s Uf o DoWnT-Ijj iioitig on' board's Missis
sippi steamboat the other. day, Mr. Jones met
Mr.. Smith-'Tvt btcti way are yo.u going Brail
np mt downi.',' . ' .. . ,.. ' ' , -.:'.
""That depeiidseri cfrcinnslances.', IMsleep
:rct l!tc loi'.et, uy.-f-i lit the eabio, down."
John C. Fremont.
of the Union.
Fremont, Ih the United Statet Senate, voted
always wilh the ultra southerners. :
Fremont, m the United Slstts 6enste,v voted
stainst givest bounty lends to the- widowe nd .
children of .the deceased soldiers pf the war
of 1812. ', . . '.': . ' -. . : .
Fiemont, in California, purchased immente
numbers of horses Snd cattle, wbicb the Gor-
trnment bad to pay for, but not one pf which -
ever wat devoted to Government uses.' '
' Fremont, in California, made loans of hi
habitants, all of which be pat in bis own poo- .
kel, snd -with a portion of which, be bought
tbe Mariposa claim, and the United Slates had
to reimburse the individuals front whom he -
fhorrowed; with interest - "" .
Fremont, id California, was go lily of muti
uy and other milittry .cjimes, . for wbicb he
was ottmbtted from the United States Aimy.
Fremont, io California, during Ihe wr with
Mexico, always arrived too laie to take part in
any conflict wilh the enemy, and, ss Commo
dore Stockton tays, never was in the right '
place st tb right time. . ; - ' ' -
jTremont, wbue exploring tbe Rocky Uobdu
ains, rashly disregarded the advice of exper
ienctd guides, fdaced his men in position pf '
the utmost' peril, snd then , deserted them .
leaving (hem to die of starvation snd cold. '
Fremonl, after having left his company to
almost certain death, received from the'milim-
ry commandant at Taos, New Mexico, large
number of ralions for their' benefit, and. in
stead of taking or sending them himself, statu
ed for California .with .them not coring whe
ther those whom he had so inhumanly desert- ,
eitehouUt perish or not.-. . ;
Fremont, in. .Conforms, while -. scilng ss
Indian Agent, made tbe ignorant savages give
receipts to his underlings lor two or tnree
limes Ihe amounts received by them, and poc
keted the profits. v .
Fremont, in tbe United States Senate, com
mitted an assault npon brother Senator an
old, weak man-' for words spoken in debate.
and then challenged him to tight duel. ,
Fremont, in California, challenged Colonel
Mason to fight a duel. '
Fremont, is a partner tn Ihe firm of Palmer,
Cook & Co., New Yolk, land sud stock spec
ulators. To them was intrusted the money to,
pay the interest on the State debt of Califor
nia and the city de"5fof San Francisco. Thst
interest they did not pay, and thus the Credit '
of that State snd that . oily was dishonored.
The money waa spent in securing tbenoraina-'
lion of t reroont. ; '.. -.-
Fremont in California, wss t habitual gsm- '
bier, and was seen Id loose 4,000 (probably
Government money) in one night, in one of
tbe most notorious " hells" -m San Fran
Fremont, professing lo be sn ultra Freesoil-
er, is the -owner ol slaves good authority
says seventy five.
Fremont, professing to lie a gentleman, has
allowed the name of hit wife to be used with
the utmost familiarity by foul mouthed, negro
worshiping brawlers. -
Fremont, according to his, own father-in-law,
Colonel Benton, " is no more fit to be
i resident of the-, United Statet than a child;
the caution and prudence so much required in
that position are no part of his nature : be has
had no experience, and no ntsn whose antece
dents are like those of Fremont eta be.qualU
tied to be President,"
Fremont accepted w ith alacrity the nomina
tion of the Know-Nothings a ptrty which
proscribes a man ou account of bis birth
place or religion.
"Fremont it the nominee of the Black Re-
publicans a parly whose aim is tbe dMtsoru-
Fremont is supported by (he "rifle clergy"
men who claim to be ministers of Christ, -but
whose, every wotd end act are hellish in
their character. '.'.': ': ''".' '' i
' Fffjnent Is- supported by tbe advoeates ot
Maine iowism, and of every other pernicious,
riiiiculous and disgusting ism.
Fremont is supported, equally ' Jealously, .
by the Pharisee and (be Atheist, the Puritan '
and the Scoffer.". - - - 1
'Oh, bo! what a nominee - -
la John C.Fremont of Maripoxee! ,. m
Detroit Free Press.
How aniversal it isl ' Wa never knew the
man wbo could tay, "i am content!"' uo
where you will among the rich or the poor man
of competence or the man who earns bit bread
by the daily sweat of hit brow, you hetr mur
muring, and tbe voice of complaint.. The other
day we stood by a cooper wbo was playing a
merry tune with the adz around a cask.'
Ah!" sighed be, "mine is a bard lot rortvw
trotting ruund like dog,, driving away at a
hoop.". i '.....; ,. - .,
Ileigho! "tighed t blacksmith, one hot day,
as he wiped away me urops or perspiration
from bis brow, with his red iron glowed on'
he anvil, , "this is life with a vengeance-
melting snd frying one's self over the fire."
"Oh! thatl were carpenter!" ejaculated
s shoemaker,' ss he bent over his lepslone.
Here 1 am. day after day, Working my soul
away in making souls for others, cooped up in
a seven-by-nine room." : . -t ,";
"I am sick ol ttiisoul-door work!" exclaims
the carpenter, "boiling snd sweltering under
the sua, or exposed lo tbe inclemency of the
weather, u I were only a tailor," -. '
'Tut too bad!" perpetually cries the tailor,;
"to be compelled to sit perched up here, ply
ing the needle alt the while would that mine,
werea more active i)ie! " ' ''-.
i"Last: day of gtsco the banks won't dta
conni the cusiomert won I pay wnatshau t
do!" grumbies tbe mercbsut. ''I bad rather
be s pack-horse, a'dog, anything!"
."Happy fellow!" cleans the lawyer, as be
scratches his bead over tome perplexing case,
or pore over tome dry record, "happy fellows!
I hsd rather hammer stone, than cudge my.
brains on ibis ledioas, vexatious question!" ,
And ibrouxh tbe ramibcatious of society, all
are complaining -of their condition; finding
fault with (heir particular cauinr. "I U were
only this, ( tha( or (he other, 1 shall be eon- , '
tent," w the universal cry. "Aoyming but
what 1 am." So wags tbe world, soil wagged,
so it will wag.". , . ..;..,; '.,., r.-x-,:
Pasam nr.. In 1851 John C. Fremont lest ,
Senator Foote at tbe door of tbe Senate chant'
ber. He struck bim oa the head, and since.
then Senator Foote's brain hat so far soft
ened (hat he bat become a Know Nothing,
What tball be done foe -tbe "ruffian' Fre-'
moot 1-..' What ponishment Is sevens enough
for him? He his never even been fined yet..
r. Foote wav struck by' Fremont for words'
spoke in debater, was assailed by. Fremont
when off his guard, II wat at severe an as
sault as (hat of Brooks on Sumner. Ought
not Fremont to be punished f Yetytbe ssme ;
people whs ba wl out. thefr vengeance against '.
Brooks make Fremont their idol I Star iut, .
fc?7 The, Toledo Commerw'ef bas t friend,
whose acquaintance! oall him Solomon, nartlvr
becanse Solomon was a very good man, and .
psrtly beeshse his name. wss bolomoa. "Yr.
see," tsid the gallant Solomon, "1 wet out in j
Ihe woods one day, tnd I s'epped on something '
which rattled i 1 looked down tad saw my '
foot wss on a tremendous, big rnUlesnake. j
Ana,-- saiu mr, ooiomou, in ooiu voirve.i
"ifyer turt it feared t rttr, "uot l( ere ; '
rattittitavrtP'.' " t .' -' ' ' r- "'"'
.,, v ,.,., . ty.
T",He!lo, Sharp," said Pop, meeting hit,'.;
the other dty in the street, "yon hobble, my '
boy; what's the matter vtth'yoot ". "'
- Oh,l had my feet emshed throngblhe'
careleiitness of a conductor (he other daylie- i
iween railroad cars Mint's all, ; , " '
' "And don't Yoiimetn: lo'eue'rbr itm-
sges f"..;. '.'.;'.;. V; ry,; r -' : t.
. Damaj'-;. no, no-l bsve fcsj di.m!
enough aheady.' rHtdu't 1 U-t'ter s- lot
pairs I" ":-.',-. :..-:'. .-; " ''."-'. -