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i ;., Six month, a.
, Eeoh ad'Htwoalinseriiou,
Three mouths - ?.-.
" .Twelve rriontlfe,' -v
half ' .' ' . .
Vii V.-aolomn it :. I V iff iH ,30iDO
1 oera iqnrtecliirgedaitWMqoirei."1
1 CTAdmtiseinenie Inserteo' 'tin forbid 1
W fcetpentof thetdsertiter.XAS t i '
Ktecated tlthis office with neatness tnd dt
sjatcavattht lowest possibleretes.'t.
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THE OLD OAK.
T'-JIeVe have I fiood the prioVof ttie park '"f
Jl'In winter, with snow ou toy froton barks' 4'
"i aVnpriue;. 'mj th flowers -thst round dm
wars' spread i
ft And among my own. levet -Artie . furthotr wsi
d. . c : t. ' ', V. W. 7
, hree boudred years mv top J bare raited;
Si . librae hundred years I We asdly gst-A - '.)
: ; Saturn's wide extending tceoe, .. ; .
"'-'ea'erruhin(rriwrnd uwadowe groan;
' "ot.thougij j was Always wining ton-ve,
, t fir 4 sorer could yet-my firm foot Bore. "
V ; "Vney felTd my brother who steed by my side
-Aid Hiino- out u aarmssowioe. eo wiae.
" $Hew I enry him, for bw blel i be. . vi;
It'- Aetbe keelofa remol, bs esiUeefree ; '
A. . I oaoe wee too haughty and proud to complain,
i V;'"" But em bow become feeble from je end pain
H i Aad therefore i often gr tent totny woee
y.! WbB tbrough. oiybraDCbs the wild wind
i-'i ." Wowe. '' -
' -'vr : i? -rtt ft ,
1 ; v A l(fUt like tbia, m calm end eler; rt ; ,
( , 'l have not Keen fonuanr a reart
T"" Tha milk-white doe and her tender fawn ,' i
Are skipping aboat on the noon lybt lawn;
A od on the verge of mj ti m worn root ,
! Twolorereare eeafnd, sort blb are mutei
r. Herarmjenclrclennn vouth uiiiect.
it For none a re present ner. lore looneoa,
Y"' Thle night would almost my sad heart cheer,
4"" llnd I one hope, or aue single fear. - " "
For none a re present ner. lore to oneoK,
OR WHO'S TO BLAME?
Ooe ievenint the fesiuliont Harry i Went-
1 1- n .v. n 11 hnma I i a il B ' I itanM.D.lf
i found bis wife in the po rl or, d re ssrd in a soiled
v' morning gowri, wcoring t peii of slfppert down
etlh heei. ' To iDCteae bu vetniton-, she
,.1wet ittin in en -eeayu ofisiir, with leg
r. crossed ovot the other, leeding a trasiiy uorel'
"Why, Fnnvl" be exclaimed in emoxe
' ' roent fot - they had been married only a few
' monlhi; end hitherto tie had tbofat Iter the
pink of neatness, i- . . .;. ..-'". , ,
.tt , "Weil, what ie ItT she ited, tucking up.
., f hen noticing' the direction of his eyes, she
';' essumed' a more becominjr position. "Yau
VdOB'.t like iy dres, perhaps," she continued;
1,t bt reelly I ws Uh Ufed to .ehsn. it."
t ''Whel have i'ou bten din2 sit dayf" said
v s."Oh, YcaO ii'g lbrs,"ehe rep;iedj sh colored
i '-t she-held up the book) -and addedyVaud
.(.then it bas been so weroil'' r .- , f;
. .. "Now, her husband, bad been hsnJ at. work
ell ihroueb the suliry summer dy, ent liad.e
was usual with liim ieo busy,. dliM ,
" 'U'Wce. 'Yet b:vure was eaf, bud eveti'liw
Mir nearly biothed i for lie had Kixi tubi
cberriber io do this brlbre coining iio the pr-.j
V'lo't" n my be siipiweert,' thereiore, itiat he
wee annoyed t th'l.eliesaof hieWifet the
'' more so n, on looking 'outnenovel,'he found
; It quite i worthless affair, tie snid neihlng,
fcowtVer," except, "a least te ohange-'yn'ur
" slippers, my der. ' Y don't know bowrriucli
I dislike 'tv te. lady slip shod." - f. ; ;
, : J-Doyouf Ilow odd!" .id his wife, with
" Irlly lough, stooping to pull op the he Is p(
v her shoe. The(e thet will do t tbink; I
trslly can't walk e far ss the chamber Ibis
warm evening. 1 wish you wovld riMg lor tea,
j. 4he..bell bby fom, as t wunl lo .finiib thin
''I-ebesjtar"-V ':-? .;Vii..V
,-,'. titt busband sighed, bn'.;did as he was bid,
ivTbe.lea f sire, and be look his seal, .but. the
..; Chapter was sot yet ronoladed, end so he was
v. eowpejled lo wait. When iLUsl. Mrs. Weet
worth oeme to the..'-table the - tea waecold.
- ti -'I be meal) under, those o.icu mete oce was a
dull one, end the husband, after it was over,
'', niidiirg bis wile stuorbed in her book, .lay down
Jut the sofa end finally went to aleep..., , ..' ,
. i Mre-Went worts bad beetrtbe.b,ellf the
rilovi before ber-marhage, iJer sp(i(ihHines
v end beauty bad been. ,,ibe theme of constant
.( admirations. . But Ihesevnualitiesswould kave
,i failed to have won Harry Wentwsws Mrt,
ii icey noo noi oeea susiaineu vj inoti c
; qnrHie.tast.e in dress. -See, Fanor.wben you
would, she wes always eeteiully al(iitd,.ahd
'as Harry Wedtwortrr was particularly
"'bnson'this point, be thbnght himseiribe hap
J 'piest ofmen, when FaHtn'. P bright summer
evehing, promised to fe:Bi. ''- A '
Bot unfortunately, the"bride- had "no tenl
nsblls of neatness, but oily love of sdmiia
; tion. It was vanity that bad induced her,
. ' -while elngle.to be csrefu! of tier dress; but
" veow, 'bet the was married, she'grailuallygsve
"ST f to her Dtlural Indolence. The first occa-
'tion on which she did this to my very glaring
f7 extent, was the tfrning on which our story
, opens; but it was soon followed op by other
. exhibition of slovelineas. - ."' ' '
rr J do wishf' Fanny, that Jrot won Id dress:
'-rno're nestly, ssidMr. Wenlworth, in e rrxtd
"'troice, some months leler still.'; "Night after
" night ( come home snd find yon in tlist stro-"-"cions
w rapper. ""J " A'" : '
'You bsed to think me pretty enough It any
dress," retorted Mis. Wentwortb testily '
"bq l never saw you in one like that be-fore-w
were married," replied bef bnsbend.
H "To be lure not," id Mrs Wetworth
'end she lauded ironically." I always dressed
for compan. then, and t do so now."
"""Whet coutd Mr Wentwortb fyf i i( bis
wife did Dot think it Keeesiary to keepbenvll
lisil in hit presence did notconid him at
' worthy of jilessingt as the comparative etran.
' gers whom she called eompeny it was useless
to argue with bet; so 'after tee, the slip-shop
keela stilt annoying, with perceptible pole
io the stocking to increase that anooyaiiee, be
..uwodily took bis hat sbd left the booses " 1
- "" At first Mr Wentwortb wslked up and dowq
' fli Stteet, but t last fatigued -with this, be
itepped -intoi a debating room atlached to a
' ,tsvern'-" Here lie met reverurcqneiniencet,
"snd Rtduallr falline' Into emtnrulinn lLe
evening passed rs pin I y1 sway. t .-.-
'When us-wens nomr. nw wentwortb.
lookine serysieepy, end s little out of hiimor.
' kccOKted him wuu, "Where in th-r world have
" yon beenf 1 bare finished my arvel en hour
''i tm, shiTTisfe tsrt-n'jbedy -to talk la aver
- suiee.' 4 (snt ahmxh, MO tlesib. - There war a
'---.a time," shcaddeii, poutinly, wbeoooibuig in
. (the world could b,av nidueed jron. to epem
1 $ : evening wj m u. ,
1 . :;. Hef husband wee on the poinl of terflylne iq
- i a similar itptrslrtir.f style, but be recollected
that he hsd-npostulate--tow-ofien and too
.;taiftly;auke tsniioihing.-.:.'. rr?'-l
' . ' U was another week before Mr Wehtworth
SnenlsnOinerevenins oui. . iiv mru uiiwreir
to stay at torse, but ' bui' siinoysu'ce' it ' hn
w ile's sloveliness too great, and st lost he
k ber agi.teJi Aft 4slipHihod
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h ! ii'lt !! ,r WIN
. ,'i.fl -i Ww 1 If l!I I n f'; v.. ' : , s
i . i:i i' in i. ir i nit i.i i in t i'j i iu r . v t i - , -
by iv. aiaouLD.''Wei
Li-' "J''T ,t.T;,-
i MX tel. '...lii m
'I ' I i i I I ' I , I I ! ! , ! I.I I II
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it i tfi .n w.; lit i ni r in i Jiff i i.i i m ii i . i ri ri i i
-. $l,50p e r Annum A n Advance .
' Mr Wentwortb bat now become Veonsiant
yisilogof the debs ting room, the rnerhbers of(-
which are chiefiv married meri, am) if the full
truth wss known, it woald sppesr.we-belleve,,
Ih st most of them, if nor all, bsd ires re
sembling Mrs Wenlworih".'; Sometimes', there
m sn undue quaniity of brandy snd watet at
these meeliDi-a. so'lhst kome membera'.amlMr
Wentwortb' among them, have been, uodet
slood te have goe borne inebrialfd. " If wis
rtn one. of these occasions thst so ' ftitiniste
friend ventured te expostulate with Mr Went
worth on his. habit i ; - - v.
; i'lt is easy or yotr to islk,' was Hie' bitter
reply, "about the felicity of a man's fireside.
Your borne,. i have no question, is a refuge
lor vou when you seek it, tired snd dismnieo
ai uigbti fot'you have a wife naily dressed to
receive you, a cleanly apartment to sit in, snd
cbeerful conversation. - But when I go home,
it; is to find my wife slip shod, untidy, "the
room untwrpt, snd the children dirty. Were
I lo stay at home,' what comfort oonlil I1 find!
No, the debatint room is farpleasanter tome,
snd there will I go. If Mrs: Wentworih
don't like it, she ttss no cue" to.blcme but her
self."'. ' . : -'; ' .,
- Mrs Wentvorln does not lise tt.'but com
plains loudly at what she calls her husband's
We shall, lesve il to the reader,' wno hat
beard both sides o the question, lo pronounce
who's jo blame.,", -. " ' '" .', '..(; ',.
Toledo, Obio, iaa great place. It promises
to be the grand centre of civilization in a cer
tain number of years, if no other point is se
Itoied by pariiciilar request of the universe,
its most remarkable ronuiirnctures art reptiU-
licant end bull froirs. "The first is distinuish-
ed for -iia devotioa laliemeii-slavety ajidyen-
erul insanity, and the Islief lor their number
and their voi(;es.,,Tlie roost important bever
age of the pluce ir fever and spue, to a dose cf
which every strsnger is immediately treated on
bis arrival, lb consideration lor new srn
vals his given the Toledeans a- world-wide
repuislion. In consequence. of the ilicvncrs
ey, on Hie port of the inhabitants of. Toledo,
thrir chief -imports are graduates from medical
colleges -knd 'quinine -especially - quinine.
Hslfof 1be people et thst vicii.ily are nearly
deaf from the eflectt of Vhis foim of Peruvian
bark; : ) -..- . f'
During n election thst took pises l the
above delightful wiy, not long since, an f)b.
msn,'"fresk arforc," stepped up to the polls.
One of the board of election, who. was sitting
near Je. window of the loum ii which the
ballot box was situated, observing tiim, isked
jnu wnai ne wnnien, . ......
"He jnbirs" Said Paddy, "I want to vo at."
. "Want to vote! Bill you can t vole," ie
ponded the guniduta of the ballot 1 box "un
less you have been nsiuratir.ed." " r r
.', VBen fwhat.'snrT'! ssid Patrick. -'
,.'4"Been hstnriilized," reiterated the fluardian.
, "An' llist's (wtitl I fiave bin, sur!.' respon-
lWt tut filii&JiiAll tbe gosrdlii'n.-'.'Yon
haven't lirt-ri in the country six we.ks. How
.wss you rta'iiralir.edf" .. v ' s'.".,'- '
.. "'J'lie wurst kind; sur: I hsd-tbe fnvtt nstt,
Divil burn me.lrtttit Shuck the to it H chief me
ijid, is did.. ' WouUl 1 Vjp at now, sar?" -.
"Yes to'e a doien times," said the: guar
djsn as a tell fioui the populace went up en
dnrriiig Pat; "'yes, vole ond begone," snd Pal
deposited sslraighl vote, ss Hie gunrdinh said
to nis compti mouse- "All rietii, a man wna t
acclimated il naturalized in 1 qledot" '
The Majority on the Wrong Side.
" Several' years-ai;o a .celebrated Methodist
miuisier and rtvivlit, well known fosihis
eloquence , and feat in oonteMing souls, we
preaching in Louisville.,- 1 he leelins Dsd sol
pretty well upi., and one titht,! after a very
powerlul" sermon, lie came iiown. lm Hie
pulpit for the puipo.te of receiving the mourn
ers, while the good eld hymn ol , ft : J;
"Canaan, oh, Canoan, I'm bound for ibe land of
.. uaaaav. : . , '
wss struck up snd chimed in by hundreds of
voices. The hymn was concluded, but there
was no penitents st-the altar. In vain he ex
horted his worus snd appeals fell upon' the
esrsfof. his congregation - without exciting on
emotion. At length be concluded to make
bold strike and follow il tip .with a leaf; and
returning the poind,, after e few words of ex
frtorlation, he -solemnly snnoQnced Jhst. f.e
falj).fwoirld pot t qiiestionr upon which bnexpeeted
ail lowoie'in view oi ide esuinoiiou iney
pieced upon Iheit souls. . .WUhu fijiger reined
most sirniflcenily, and -in t most solemn man
iter he announced ell i hose m favor of Christ
will please U. rise 10 theit feeU .,i
Onlyrome eight or tn responded to the an
nnuncemeni f end while thiminister was wait
ing intensely lor others to signify tbeir position
by '.'.rising," a worthy, member who was on
his feel interfered and suiigcs'eii: :hat "the
lesson" might be thst the true disciples: were
too modest to vole." A ' y ,t', ,
Al tliis juncture,, a loud voice was beard in
the Ksllerv: ."1 say, brother, it's no use
lalkine or tryine to force IHia vote ' coii
gtegntm ii far tit'drtlt if at Uuit tternty
Jfee hundfti majority.' -'V- ' "' -' 1 .
! i A St-tonT MisTiKK.- The Elmire- Gntetlt
relates Ibe following 'eneedrle.r -The mistake
Isnequrte4ikely to occut in political thurcli
es now-a-dsys s" i ..,... ! -jw
i A gentleman in Ihla 'Tillage, who. bad not
before been to ' church sinev.it beesme tasn
ionable "to preach "bleeding Kansas," inslesd
of "Christ crucified,"- attended meeting last
Ssbbslh.- i He caw a bitches and a tumbler git
ting on the pulpit, and the ; Biiuistelr; was
"dalking boliiics.'.- He tupposod he was in e
bar room, end wt'ked tip to the pulpit, saying,
' Look VheTeoM fellow, etoir-' fiing' (on
politics, and atieod la your euslomera. .".Give
ut a gut cocktail,'' ,.. , v! . .-.a
, He evklently thonght thst lit had got into a
It re drinking establishment, where the bar
tender wtt expounding bit political senti
i-ir.:uJi.i&-M ii ' i" i i '" 7"' "A
I!tn Thi'kcs to Po.-To eowince a moth
Mhnl Her bshv is nele. -' 7 Cm-
To persusde a young lady lo exlend Ifie
"mitten" toiler been who ts wertha cool teo
" For a dead codfish lo climb, a greased ssr
ling tad foremost, with s loaf of, bread ja his
Otnulll.. .... ,- ). ; .-i
; To Cud e man wbo is not mHuenceC by mo-
J - .- , I 'V 1 ' - I-
. These tre haril' ih'ingVIo perform;'lut'it it
muoli harder lot an editor to sustain bis, paper,
when everv man he solicits to subscribe, ssys.
"Yon publish the besl .family p'per irt Ike
eouM'ry, and t Inland to take u aner i wBi,
but ImuH waUfnd see how Ibings gel along
CfVanted Immediately if not topnei Ibe
h.im r n.... i..,.t..j dA ..',niu i,ti ilnwers.
'fo. a Jonii nun m' Main Steet'wba
'kicktd,- t'oii -ikiiV Ut-Utt'J.UfU.k
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GOING ASHORE IN AN IRON POT.
Some seventy orVfthry yt-err since, on board
s small brig, be lo giugmthe East Indie Cora
pnny, among a number of MnpresfCd men, were
a brace of fcs nnlamed wild sons of .the Erper
ald lxle ss 'iver yesaw,' from the some town,
arid "t coorse," sworn friebds."'' Thsv were
the bbUof Ibe whole crew, from II pftdlisr
oblaseoeea qj thejr inlejltis,epd because they
either could not lei.rri anytbing, and literally
were not worth their salt.1 'r '
1 Tbe'Nif wasshbrlof hsndi.'snd put-in'6 1
small bayon thoooaslof Africa.. - Being snT
cltored off 4ome disisno frpm.ihe share, (he
officers snd crew went ashore to collect mood
and water, leaving oiir two lierbes to watch
en the tipper deck,' with orders to fire one of.
Ibe guns, in esse el sny stuck by the siativrs.
T'ie cspteiu botl no sooner landed Ihsn Pal
sung out to his cinusde, "Ariah,'Tto, scusb
is, snd -did ye tver see lliem big cannon balls
beln .r t''-' ,w. i; v- ' -. . .! ..vm
"Och'f sure an' f did. - But. sure whst
would ye be sdher doing with them ssmeean-
non Dsns r- - . .
"Be iabers, wouldn't it be fine fun if we
conld fire off one bf themt -Wlml a divil of t
racket it would be afther making V
v Vliedoo, but so it wou lil. But Pat, wouldn'l
llhe captain be missing it I"
This was a tegulur tlincher t'o pbor Pal, ahd
he stood scratching tne. wiry itrrse Hint covered
his bullet shaped head for seme time.. All
a sudden a thought seemtd to sinle him of s
way lo surniount the liifhculty. Oh board ot
all resselst s almost evely -one isnware, is a
large iroa pot r kettle for melting lar, etc
A plan w o very thuMy adopted. which fhouu!
obviate Ibe losa of a ball. Il wan this r One
of them wss to place himself sslrsddte of the
gurr; bidding tbept over the" mBzsste by Ihe
bamlle, sqd esicfc- ihe-ball as it Iraued from
the run; and r.sour hem Tun wss the stout
est of the two, the duty of holding the pot wss
assigned lo' him. After 'some trinble they
msuseed to gel Ihe gun losderf. Tinr mount
ed, holding the pot. J jl ssPut was about to
toucq. on Ibe CJnnorj, lira. .turned round to
him and Jflne out ." .
"Arrnh, Pat, cornnt, be anher firing very
sisy, win ys f- v, , i . . -.. , ..
Pal applied Ihe match, and oft went Tim,
pot end alt, "into the middle n.1 next week."
The contain hesnng the report, and think
ing it nnnonnced inirte ' attack, csmeon bod
in great haste. .. The first Dime thatgreelp
bis eyes upon stepping on. deck, w us fat, bis
face ell btijrimed with smoke ond dirt.. .
"Well, Fat," said he, "whal'S the mailer
with you f Where's Tim I"' v -
- '.'Tim, siik 'Anv. didn't ycu see bins on
shore t" ; .. 1. ;.,j, . - -t, -
No. How the (!-vil conld he get Ibere f
The bostr- are all here." " ': ' " " '
. "Och ! by. my tol, sir: he Went ashore in
Ibe frew pel.". v - . v- ' .: V .-:..'. '
A Mesmerizer Nonplussed.
Curing Ihe eorlv part pflist week sli itine
rant profes.'Or of physiology visited our town,
I, tit r iImI wtiautlanni.itl Mir tl
people lolbe linll, MIn tj,e hope, probably, of
inducing s lareer I urn on I, he concluded, one'
day, to give specimens of hit Skill to hit fel
low-boarders- at the" EvclfSnife Hotel, ana lo
,bii ettd.he colled wp liillei darkey ss t sub
ject, After verious passes snd mnnipiila'.iiins
over young Gumbo, his eyei dilated and bis
muscles beenme rigid; ?' "
ow,"- said' the professor. y ur arm Is
psralyzed..". .,- '-...-. ;:
, An" so it really w-es. ior several persons
l.:..i iA l.. J..t :. ' '
liirii in viu i'i uriiu i. 4 ,
Womfetfurr'sid the biiarilers.' ''"'
Tbe.profesaot than -laid a. three cenl piece
on ijiimbo s hand snd raid i - -
"Now sir, yu cannot close your honu. If
y u can, you may keep the monev."
The.darkey seemed to make'tn effort, but
the hand remained open'.. ' ' '
The prnfesror ifetl plneed' a qnarier nf a
dollnr upon the- dai key's band,- and invited
him lo close on it, and keep boibi , (, v
The crowd ss mystified.
The professor in a claw uT enthusiasm at the
Irmmpli 'of ' his ciene fumbled abou', and
soared up half a dime, which he sdeed to the
pile, still invilinu the dsrkey Id close, '''
Young Gumbo concluded lhat.he profes
sor's trasll change war a'uul exhausleil, and
on Ihe lust iuvitniion lo close, ideirberu'lely
shut his hand, llirusltl into his psnrnleons
pocket, snd with a "ki iy-iy I" such ss only
a -young nigger can give, disappeared through
the side door.
The professor tcfcriowledped himself to have
been slightly iskcn in tnd done lor,- ' - i- -
I am Discouraged.
Faint not beneath the heat and bunTen of
the day, for the wise mm ssys "If thou faint
in (be day of -adversity', thy s-rength issmafi:"
Kite, look up 'he clouds are dark, but beliihd
them Shines Ihe mririimt siar; -Hie clouds will
nil disappear. ' 'The" darkest-dey will pass
sway". - Clieer"np, desponding-' hearU - Take
courage I Strive- to' improve thy condition;
bnt il thou canst not, -learn io endure w(ii
patience' surf fonitude thy hard rot. Repine
not fui it will only make thee more wretched.
What if -lit rond of poverty end toll is bard
to travel !. -Whst If ihorns.end briars lacerate
thy unprotected limbs? What if.U-e Units
wound thy weary- feet T Whst if the snn
heuts on thy head - What if thj botes achef
vVhat if hunger gnaws I bee T Gird on the
tiusty armor of hope, faith and contentment,
and rjiesa jtnward. sliH onward, to thy jour
ney's enrtv And.tlieie a borne, awaits thee
a borne for bit h thou rjnsh'enl well aflbrd,1
lo endure all n.iins sue SQirow8 a vhome
wbrre. tliou rlial, nut enJute sickness or sor
row or death - a home where the Lord 01 Glory
reigni ' where Chrisf Is, and ' Sir of-the re-:
deemed a- borne fit bsppinesw . inexpresti b Ie,
music diviner where mynsdsof tnitelss witlt
their myriads of VpftlMqiird in snTson, are.
singing ptsict-s J o the Lsiii'j. Wesry pilgrim,
faint not, if the way be dntkj'lt.e journey is
short, end- st the end if (bull be net found
wanting,; thou- wilt tfeceive-t Iby reward t
etown of gkiry in )b leutoas above, v 3 - j j "
gotT-rlhe people have Ibe most money btlttle de
'viUs,1 tbe most tawrtrs t-.
f " A'Wi'sb AKSwtia. "Vlin must nut p'it with
thst little girl, oy dear," 1 saia judiciousJ
parent. - - - . ;-.--' ; -
,-"Bui,- ms, like her she it a pood little
girl, and I'm sura she dresses ss prettily ts
do, and slw? has lots of toys', '
"I esn't he'll! that bit dear," rerpomted the
footisb arili-'Amcricsn j' 'bet fatbei te a ssoe-.
niaker.''! i-m'.-n j Pi- 1 , -.
"But I don't play with her fv.heri Inlay
she isn't a shoemaker."
hnrnikr ' t
n 'C,nm ki. m ttuL" ..tn an llnrnCt
to a boy about nine yenrsoluV Th boy
snd asked what case wss to be tried nerU
Tbe lawyer answered," "A case .'"between the
people and the devil; Which doymi think
be most-likely togajn Iraciiohf;. The bof
teolied. "I suess it will be vrv hard sousiseF
The Clergymen on the Stump.
A'writer ibtli New York Observer bas a
capltsl article on Ihit eol.jeo', from which we
irjalre Iha -tfiriliowing exftack $ -K".
-For the first time irt the hwtory of our coun
try does the c It arch present tbissingular spec
Iside wiHi. regard o. its psstors. You only
know some bf the lenders in this bo'd innovs-
timt'Ofl Ibe doctrines srld teachings 'of our
lathers, but. the country ia alive wiib the
lease; ligh la following tbeir example. ; Now if
these men are rigbt(,it behooves eoch clergy
msn to'dd likewise,' and each preach up bis
owcsndit!te on the Sabbath; and stump the
Sluts in li'B bebulf on tlie-, wnk days, , fitip-
poielhe Rev. w ard Beerber givta notice Hint
he will on the nexl Lord t day present the
erTims of John C. Fremrmt lo the suffrage of
the peopletihe sacrament or Ihe Lord's bup
per to be administered in the afternoon. Rev.'
Dr. Kerbs has let tparl the same dsy to prt
sent the claims of Mr. Buchsnsn; wh le on
the othef door of Dr. Phillips' Church it a pos
ter announcing a discourse on Mr.- Fillmore.
If It is ti&hl to do these .things, it is. right to
announce . them. The olber , clergy seeing
these thints nlout to be done, fell in, end
Presbvterinne, BuptjstsMelhoaists, Epitcona-
lionssnd Dutch Kelormed range themselves
on different sides, and throughout Brooklyn,
New York, snd indeed in every town and
hamlet, The Sahbnth dsy is devoted to ibe dis
cussion of the claims Of ihe several preside fi
lial .caudidates. The duties of the Sabbath
being over, and the encomiums and abuse of
the various jloniloy morning papers being
read, Ibe following notices of public meetings
appear in the odvertising columns.: -- ' v
. tiev. Ward Boecher will sddressa Republi
can Mass Meeting at Canoi.ii Hall, Cunnecli ut,
on Tuesdey, With other distinguished speakers.--
" ;''' '' - '- ' !
: Ree.Dr. Spring, tssisted by Rev; Dr. Be."
lliume, will tddirst t Buchsnsn Msss Meet
ing st. th Five Points; gtsnd torch. light
Rev.-D.rs." Phillips and Tyng are expected
at a grand Fillmore rally in Rochester, on
Thursday next, -Several fire companies are to
be present. ...... , , '
Subordinate meetings to be addrersed al:o
Suiidi .ales. The State is in a ferment ;
churches ore rent asunder.- Il is no longer
Christ and him crucified;. but the diflereiit
candulules snd their political principles.
The week of political religious madness passes
on, and on Monday we find in the Evangel st,
Churchman,- and Cbrrsttan -Advocate and
1 s 1 1 1 r ii n I mn ftflniiilnl f iliesir wminiia mukliriAs,
l,0w . e.ithus.iistiq they were: how . Werd
Beecher pltcbed into Buchanan, snd D. Spring!
iirt tr.-iu '(. n.. n, '
by pastors ate held in the various localities ofl
the State,- Now and-then a Buchamm
r-remont clergvm-n meet, upon the tnme plaU
f,, .,..i n.- ..r-h-t. L;.
iui... Hiv....a ...fc lllllll. VI ,UII ,.F,'i;.IITS
Jillmore., These would be followed by letters
dirtingunhed cletgyinen who bad been
inviied to atli-ud, but could not. Orre from
tlx.. Siwra-U'Aia-W--U -
Dn.m,,.-... !, .! i.-iMflitt. nni 71Ti r-...K.i.
i.viiiviiivi., wui mil -i iivk Ul'll, IV, .Ifcfl,'
. , ... .
upeble lo leave the deoth bed 01 a dying Sin-
ner. Now,. Sirs, is thias csricature ? Is it
noit Mrde.cripiion of wh.n KuW W if oil
clercyhitu enter'tined the views and adopted
the Course of those who preach politics from
inecourseui ihosb who preacu pontics irom
the week ' mH mp ,c?ol,M luri"?.
"'ThTis tut Ihe Wginnin'g'of the end;' and
mir r nnn f,r lrl K.tliin Viiitr n a, hn,
.r:M;n-.nM.lai. uk!im m nt.l;.,....k..i
Uionary Just relur'ned froin. .be heathen was
...texpectedly detained by sickness. Another
eoold not put off a funeral; while a fifth was
nflless the Conservative pinion of lbe clergy
hiBse from their position,-snd. meet thit dsn-'contempt,
gero..s..ruii.6usei.cronchment. with Ibe same
boldness and promptness which it has beenr
oommeiicetl, it will sonn be loo powerful
contr..!.. It will not do for the prest or the
pulpit .lo be timorous when such eila are
woikii.g thtir.dikastrons issues. The voice or
rebVkr- and Condemnsiion mint be heard above
tl,er.rtof r tmt din or these worldly' strifes..
Yoiilreie. uok the fainlest conception of the
madness loot, hat seized the pulpit.: Everv
Sobbath i ehurch and congregation w rent
in Ihis .uate, and a strife of hostility
awakened in those out of Ihe church that
years wiUnot alley. If you could move about,
smong the aissses, especially the young men';
-the farmers, mechanics, fcei who eonstiflrte
the bone and smew of ibe laud, end hesr at'1
i i. . u i ,t i., -r ...
BDIB liCHIU IIIO WIIUC1 'Wit Ul UIIEC, IU CU,.
tempi at lb action ot the clergy; you would
ih.i it.- ni i.ifittutiiu ,.;.
scattered far and wide.'
1 ..: .. ...it. - - ' -- -
The Marshal is bow s'ty-lwo years cf sge.
Like some other. Celebrated men of our own
time he boa been a, victim of Ihe tender pos-
siiui, and has never got over it. When young
he loved and wat loved by a ta'dy, daughter of
a wealthy and influential gentleman of Paris,
who refused the marriage on tccounl of the:
occupation of Ihe then captain, and of the in
equality pfther fortunes, for the Pellis.sier fam
ily bat no estate.. The lovers both remain
single to Ihit day, anil ihey are lovers still.
When. the. captain had become General fhe
father of the young lady gave his consent lo
the marriage, and then, Petliasier'lo show' his;
in-Vependence, refused. But he ne Ike less!
ilfl vioteuce to his ber it, for he had not Ceased
to hive the girl.. She Is now 4i ye,ars old, and
yet a IrfiiiiUmnc pe'ton. . As may lie supposed,
her heart palpitates at the announcement ol
nhr new honors, and of his speedy arrival at
Paiia. i His other tnd sister, however, wtto'
reside tt Paru say that he will never marry,
unless the desiie to perpetuate bis new. title
should hsve changed his mind. In that case
e would not marry the lady in question. -
-. " ' ' " -
A Bit of Advice.
Mll.eitJ aeknowte-lg their error.- -- "
: Have you enemire t Go sirs it on and don't
mind them. Jf they get iq your svay, walk
roupd them, regardless of their spite. A msn
that Ws no eremits it seldom good for any
thtrrf--he is tnsite af thsr kind of malerial
which is so easily wpiktd (hat every one bis
a Land in it. .A
eieriing cftsracier one
thinks for hirrrself, end sieakr wba't he think,'
hi always snre In have entnnes." They lis as
neeestary'to.b s fresh sir. Ihey keep -bun
alive tnd actK t-A celebrated character, wbo
was surroiindiy enemies, bsed lo' remark
They si sparks, 'which ifyoa "do trot blow
w ill k ouV t-bemselves.-' Let thi be yonr
feelisif,. while endeavoring to live down the
scandal of those who ate bitter against you.
If Voil s'to'D lo disntlle, yon ' do at they ueairei
and open the way .(or more: sbo'se- Let the.
rellaws laJk there wilt be a xesotion, if
t : vu bul perform yon duty.. end hundreds who
.were once aliened Iroin yon, will flock to
rrA child. -vaBlinf 4ft drtcnb a snake
- ita, tunl.taid. it raj , " Ibinf flLtail-et!
' uP tothe liead.' . ; , " -;
. ,. '.
JEFFERSON'S OPINION OF THE MISSOURI
rv'JW I--.-,C -',- o '' --r "i -''
' Wa bv frequently beard it titled by Re
publican orators and ne wspapers, that they are
followers of JtOVrscn, snd that by the repeal
of the MIssomtj Compromise, the Democratic
party, of 1854, deviated from the principles of
the JefTersoniaq Democracy of. 18'iO.. ; Ta
show that. Ihe Democrat" psrty bat never de
parted frrim JefTetsonisn' doctrine, we submit
the following letterwriltenpiji A im tt the lime
tbo Mtssouu question wss agitating the coun-
Uy.-. r - . ;.v.
Mr. Holmes, of Maine, Member of Congress,
add ressed Jefferson a letter, which drew from
him ihe following remarkable replyr. - r
MONTICELLO, April 22, 1820.
derlakijig ol Congress to i regulsle the condition
aud!ofJl'!! MZni ." of men, potiii.
8,,"8Q,'" csrl.iplj ; an exclusive !gbt
oftbe Stales, wh;ch nothing in the CoiiSlitu-
ov" 'V f tu-wwld but dispa, .on
from "e,y 'Kht Ihe bluing,, tl.e-y will 1 l.rovs,
"k X V . LT"'n ".i '
' be affected bv union .then secession, they
, ouW pc.use before they would perpetrate
of treason against the hopes of the world. T
l,U"f ' f"'r"1 Jvocate of the Union
' i thank you, dear tit, for the copy yon have
been so kind to send me of the letter to your
constituents on the Missouri question,, It iaa
perfect justification to them. ,. ... . ,
1 bad fur a long time ceased to' read newt
pepers, of pay attention to any public sff.iirs,
confident they were in good bands, and con
lent :o be a passenger in our bsrk lo the shore
from which I am not far distant. But this
m -menlous question, like a fire ball in the
ni(.ht awake ed and filled me with terror. 1
considered it at once the knell of the Union.
It is hushed, .indeed for the moment; bat this
is t reprieve only, not s final sentence. A
geographical line coinciding with a marked
principle, moral and political, once conceived
tnd held up to the softy passions of men, wilt
never be obliterated; and every new irritation
will mark it deeper and deeper, I can say,
with cjnscibui truth, that there it no man on
earth who would sacrifice more than J u-oi.ld
to relieve us from ;hj b,eavy reproach, in any
practicable way. ' Of one thing 1 airt certain,
Dial as the passage ofthe slaves from oneState
to and) her would r ot make a slave of a human
being who .would not be so without it, so
their diffusion over, a greater-surface would
make them individually happier, and propor
tionally facilitate the accomplishment of their
emancipation, by dividing the burthen on a
greater number of coadjutors, , -. .'
An abs inence, lop, from ibis acl of power,
would removn the jealousy exciled by the uu-
tion has taken from them, and given to the
Ceneral Government. Could Congres, for'
exemple, soy, thai the nan free-men of Con
tiecliciii shall be freemen, or thai they. shall
not emigrate lo any other Stole?
I regret that I am not to die in the belief
that the useless soarirke of themselves by the
generation of 1775, to acquire self government
tnd happiness is to be thrown away by the un
,D.d "PP"W to thrown away bylbe un
wise and unworthy passions of their sons, aid
"'7 uu" "'."
that my consolation is lo be that
1 live not to
,, . . ... . . I J
Iht, ilr.iri,l Bnt A I .iimulA nn 1h.mwi'i snn
by those who nffect idle. indifference, if. not
of sll mlimnlioiis'of peril lo the
Union, Mr. Corin said ; "'
,-., .- tJ - ,
m not electioneering, gentlemen, for any
body whatever, and whoever ts elected I shall
oknowledgf him as President of the United
t,ulr "d " ' carrying on the leg.ti-.
"?"le P'P his government ; but I do say
lhal 81 "o period in Ihe lnstoiyof tlu tiepubltc,
?'rtce Pttce and ITa.iquil.ly were restored to
lt" bornera, after tua -le.nble revolutionary
l'gsleJM A"ere been so much frightful ap
tsun.ler pfehension in the -minds of the Americsn
r"Pl'f toms vaKue snd entire disruption
of lb bonds wblcn D,on ,0Eell-
' ' . " ' -,'' 5!"
PM tl noi bec,ome to consi er bow
Wl" nswer 1,.,,al enol posterity who We
may fancy holding ui their hands to us a
Tom forwin on tha TJsoeora f lh Conntrw.
, ,,.;; ,.
ln ''",sPe" ' Carthage Mr. Corwin's
allusion tot the dangers which environed the
Republic snd tU Union, in the present Pres-
KepuOllC SHU Wfc union, in the present
idenlisi strife, was very touching. Tt
loin extract it" worilly of perusal, espt
. ' , '. . ,
fbousand ears in the iiiture, and tppetling
us by Ihe blood of our faibert, if you will aid
sian act which, by anv DossibilHv. mv iinnetil
the existenceof this Republic ; Uiye no heed
141 "ie,, MUlll -lien fVV lUll IUCIII IIIC
Bennblio may be destroyed to the men who
. .. 1. .Ma ukn.,u ml. an ... . 1 1 , I. .
sneer at ;be power of the South; sive no teed
when they say Ibe North is in a majority, and
may do as it pleases I If this alienation of
feeling goes on, not e man is there acquainted
with the fculory of the post transactions of
mankind will tell you it shall be impossible to
avoid the conflict of arms. Men now a-days
are too free in spirit to bear oppression,' real
or imaginary. ' - : ' . - -.
They will fight, : You may trample ob tbem
H you win, out it lliey believe themselves,
however erroneously, to be injured, they wUU
bring Vou to a conflict; tnd when that comes,
yon have heard Ihedeath-knell of IhitRepub
lie snd of your Constitution. Separate these
Slates once, snd you may. again have aeon
slittition, but il will not be the one 'tinder
which you' now live.' 'If wjll be different
government, for the government -that then
comes will emerge from, Ibe blood anJ the
conflict of battle. The stiong msn Ihotehsll
lead his army to victory will be no washing
Ion, for it is nor, at we believe, in the provi
denceof God to tend another such-sis.be.
Cheers. j .1 wish we could make some faint
imitation lo the character of that man now.
The spesker was here observed to become
much effected:) - -v - ' r ; . . -.,..
The Doctors and hoops.
The editor of the Medical ond Surgial
Journal Comes 'out strongly in favor of hoops.
He says hovbmg can be more appropriate dur-
i . . . .. 1 1. a I. , I . , , I . A llnnma- Ih.n llims I r. k ,
, lh wihinfih. itrt tim ih.
bips and lower part ofthe beck. 'He Counsels
moderation,-however, end csu Lions th ladies
againut making such very airy sprites of them
selves as to lake .cold., Yes, ladiej, beware
oi me nooping-cougu
.'thr feet high, tnd reprcseated a tbabishetl
'Jw tbeouairy. i ;' '. . ; : -.
,, ITMr. Binktoonotuued bis talk the other
n if hi bs hearty sUuse of Catholics aa individ
uals and as a body,, edmplelcly dissipating
double as to the illiberatliy snd history of the
Republican p")v Tbe Catholic t wbo,' were
-present tnd disposed to go the Fremont ticket
musl have been edified at well aa tweclened.
f '-ti ....v. t.
spire of St. JJeter's Cstholio Church
ia Pbilarielpltit, is two ImadreJ and thirty-
The Doctors and hoops. SENTIMENTS OF THE SELF STYLED BLACK
The Doctors and hoops. SENTIMENTS OF THE SELF STYLED BLACK REPUBLICANS,
The Doctors and hoops. SENTIMENTS OF THE SELF STYLED BLACK REPUBLICANS, AS PROMULGATED BY THEIR LEADERS.
t have great bopsa of the overthrow if the
UDWtbv-r&ef .T FosS . .,- , v;
Tb Nortk mnst seMtate tom the Sooth.
and organise ber owe tosiKultoua on a sure .
oasis William Lloyd Garrison.' -
one ofthe churches fa Detroit, "s Tear
less and faithful minister of Christ" as the
Tribune terms bin preached an abolition
sermon, in which be remarked at follows!
. "Before I would see popnlsr, sovereignty
wrested bf force from the people 61 tnt Terri
tories, (referring To the deterralnatien of the
authorities to. enforce -obedience to Ihe laws,)
I wonld hsve the plaina of Kansas silent with
universal destb. Before I would bate Ibe lips
pf ear Senators arid Representatives sealed in
cravea silence by the bsrd of Southern vio
lence, deferring to the eaarigation bestowed ,
upon Sumner by Brooks for personal, not po
lilies I,-reasons,! would sea the belli of Coo -
inkle deep in bloodl'
VTIibs be (Rer. Dr. Kirk.) ealy poioUd loth
thunder cloud .1 bet -banc ever us. "God."
said he, "may avert it. . Man cannot avert it
Coaxing, compromise, letting alone are all to
late; Mr- Brooks is nothing in this natter,
Mr. Douglass is nothing in this matter. Tbe
doctrine thai a negro ie not a man and the
doctrine that Ike negro ia t man I at now eome
to. tbe deatb struggle,, arvd.lhe. natroa will
heave wiih every convulsive struggle of the
contest. . Neither will yield until a Continent
baa been swept with the deluge ofeivil war.
Travelere report pf Bey. Dr., irk't Speech.'
DEATH STRUGGLE. POWDER AND BALL.
At the meeting ofthe Emicrtnt Aid Soclelv.
Rev. Mr. James, of Worcettor, said: ;
-"He had no faith irt the resolutions Dsssed
bylarge meetings, tnd believed thatpaperrea
oltiiiont would do no good unless rammed down
the barrel or a gun with powder tnd ball..
Rev. Mr. Snow, of Lowell, endoned Ibe sen
timents uttered by his brother Christisn, and
said that be was ready to follow, him to mar
tyrdom, -" - .-. '..--.tj:
AWAY WITH THE UNION.
"I love Ibe Union and the time has Come
when, we must declare we love freedom bet- .
Ex. Lieut. Gov. Ford,
PLEDGED AGAINST THE SOUTH.
"No man ham r it lit to be surprised at this :
stjte of ihingt;'- If is just what we (Abolition-,
isls and JJisunionists) hsve attempted to .brine
about. There Is merit in the Republican par
ty. ' Jt is the hist sectional parly ever organ
ised in the country. It does not know its two
face; tnd it calls itself national; but it not
national tt ia sectional. The Republics!!
party is a patty of ihe North pledged against
THE UNION A LIE.
"This Union 1st lie. TheAmeficsn Union
is an imposture, a covenant toitk Death, ond on
agreement with- Hell . I AM FOR JT3
OVlRTHROW! Up with the flag of
disunion, that we may have a free and glorious
Republic- of our own; and when the hoar
shall come, the hour will have arrived that
sholl witness the overthrow of
Wm. Lloyd Garrison.
AN ANTI-SLAVERY BIBLE.
"The times demand end we must have Art
Anti Slavery Constitution, tn Anti-Slavery
Bible, and an Auti Siavery God." Anson
Burlingame, Member of Congress from Massa
chusetts. - ..
LET DISUNION COME.
"In Ihe case of the alternative being pre
sented of the continuance of slavery or t dis
solution of the Union, I am for dissolution ot
'he Union, 1 am for dissolution and I csre
Rufus P. Spalding.
FIRE AND SWORD.
"On the action of this convention depends
the fate of the country; if the Republicans
fail at the ballot box, we will be forced Id
drive hack tbe slaveocracy with fire arid
James Watson Webb.
REVOLUTIONIZE THE GOVERNMENT.
the duly of the North, in case the
fsil in. electing a President and a Congress
that will restore freedom to Kansas, to revolu
tionize the government." Resolution of a
Black Repub. meeting in Vi isconsin. -' ' -'
LET BLOOD BE SHED.
"I pray daily that this accursed Union rriay
be dissolved, even it blood hsve to be spilt'
Black Republican clergyman at Poughkeep-sie.
" "At a recent Black Republ:ctn meeting in
Auburn, Fd. Donglsss sard, among othef
thinirs, ibat it vat the duty of every slave ta
cut his master's thtoot. - , . , t . , ,
'I look forward lo the day, Vhen there
shall be a servile insurrection in the South
when the blsck man, armed with British bsy
onets, and led on by British officers, sbsll as
sert his freedom, and wage a war of extermi
nation aeainst bin master when tbe torch of
t'-e incendiary shall light Up the towns and
cities of the South, and blot out the last vest
ige of slavery; and though I may not mock at
their Calamity, nor laugh when their fear Com
eth, yet I will bail as Ihe dawn of political
Joshua R. Giddings.
The Mother's Law.
'"Forsake not Ihe Taw of tby mother," it
Ihe test of a punted sermon, preached by tbe
Rev. Chandler Robbins, upon the occasion of
the recent deoth of the mother of the late
Judge Story. As maybe interred fiora the fol
lowing passages, it it tn appropriate and beau
iifol discourse i ' - ; -
"It Is told tathe honor of the great Lord
Bacon, that be could never repay hit obliga
tions to bet who had directed bit studies s
well as nourished his viriues; tbsl be delight
ed to upesk ef her thredgh life, snd in bis will
left the injunction, "Bury me irt St. Michsel't
church, for there was my mother buried." ..
"Let it be also told of tbe great American
Jurist, whose fame, ia as pure and still be aa
enduring as thst of England's renowned chan
cellor, mat It w as kia request, also? that tbe
remsina of his mother thonld be laid close to
his own at Mount Auburn, that their dust
might mingle in thegrsve, whose Ipiiitashoeld
be at one in heaven.''
s,rfj i'i, , -
. f y I 1 ' ' ' I. . . . II. ...
FooLmo uia Horse. "1 engsgedltyt
traveller, "a chaise at Galwar, to conduol rue
some few miles into the country, and bad not
proceeded far, when it pulled up at the foot of
a bill, and' the driver coming to tbe dooipt
ed it.r i. "j 1 --i
'.What ar yon at, man ? Ihit isn't where I
ordered you to stop' said I. ' ".'..' ,
WUist,'your honor, whitl!"' ejaculated
Paddy. ''I'm ny desaving Ihe baste. If I
bang the door he'll think you're out, and cut
up the bill like a divil." - '--. ts.
-t " ., .. ..
ITTA farmer going to eel hit grist ground at
the mill, borrowed ' bag from one of bia
neighbors.- Tbe poor man was knocked ande
Ihe water wheel, and the bag win him. He-. ..
wss drowned, and trheo the melancholy newa .
was brought Ki nit wile, aba Molaimed, ".My
grscioosl what a,' fuss there'll be sboultUAT
trGnstsi-ut Adoluhas , know how 4o put
dowa daelling. Two officers , asked leate to
. 1 . , .
ns.ni a ouei.. jesoe ws frnsuien, sou 1110
King became spectator. "With bint carrth
Provost. Msrshat. "Now Gentlemen,"' said
Gustavus to tbe enrhbstaots, "fight till one of
you In flilledr thv Provost Marshal will hsrg
tb-t-aunrirof.'; Tbe otteert sboukLmnd.-
' .-' --St? tu"