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Sj NEW SERIES VOL. 7, NO, 14.. LANCASTER, OHIO, TIIUKSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1859. : : : : 3
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ao.,to bepaldfortaadranea. ;
' Prom b Ohio Statesman.
bt caaara a. clarx.
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CITY OF LAVCASTXB:
rut tday nrnlnv, AtiK 4, 1830
aofllr, bow, tka aaldeo'a ileefilnj,
1 earn aae lha ertmaoa low,'
fllowlf , gentlr moaotiaf apward, .
To bar forabaad'a vrf ot aaow.
Tlnrln(beek and Back and bo torn
' With a aoft asd roaeate glow.
I can aae her nowy garmeuta
la the golden morning air.
BoftlT pulaate withlba llilng
" LorlDg tide ot being tbera,
And the netted eanbeami qolrer '
In the maahea of her hair.
I can tea a tint of sapphire,
Through lha Tall of bar aofl aye,
Ai through yonder nilat of morning
Cornea a gleam of elondleaa aky,
Tolling what a world of brlghtoeaa
'Neath the trembllngenrtalna tie.
And the Wue Telna tdly loiter, '
, . O'er her temples pasaing fair.
Thrn.llka lorera'Sngera, wander
Off amid her atlkan hair.
Toying with lta golden tracery
In the roay ehamb 'f there.
One white hand her bosom presses,
With a natra and witching art;
And her lips, the roay tempters,
Boftly smiling, and apart,
' In their low and whispered murmurs.
Half tetray the beating heart.
And lha air la atlll and dreamy,
Rosy-tinted, fleeked with gold,
Loitering through the ghtlqda ehamber,-
Bathlng many a plolura. old;
And a wily parlan Cupid,
Household god of dantleai mould.
And 11 wraps the lorely sleeper
In a flood of tender light, '
' Leaving, with Its ft reams of ermine,
: Brow and breast, and garments whlla
Still, and fragrant as the Insane
Wafted from a censer bright.
Sleep on, young and happy dreamer,
Fanned by morning's tenderest sighs;
Dream on, angel heart ana spirit,
- Bathed In morning's rosiest dye
Boftly a sunbeam, golden Angered,
. Opens the doorway of her eyes.
., ' . . Written for the Lancaster Oazotle
Thoughts Snggeated by m Visit to Mount
. Pleasant, Fairfield County, Ohio.
Nature is full of poetrw. . Hp it bril
of LU condaot, knd subsequeotly beosme wnusne tnampns orer tnepraua scniev
one ef tbemosk dietingniehed EDgliebmen ments or man. tie rears tbe mighty raon
df bis day. . Inment! forms nay ies, and nations, build
Dr. Samuel Johnson was ones Tequesiea
to driilt wine
K.i v 18nr
ihost. -'I eannot,0wa8 tbe replr; 1 know ooimon. cut me wity runs win staid
'abstinence I know exoess, but I know untuned and firm through endless ages
n medium. ;IiOng; smoe I resolved, as i These ancient heigbts gilded in tbe rays of
The distant pinnacles . burn with living gorgeous utroctures cter tbe mouldering
splendor, as tbe sun raits his. shadows over bones of an entombed nation. Yooih and
tbe. bushed dwellings beneath. These beauty ind alee their, minh upon tbe graves
. , . 'The Element of Success.
ATI men who hare suaoeeded well in
Qife, have been men of bigh resolve and en
duranoe. Tbe famed William ritt, in
I' arlv life was fond of eamblincr.tbe passion
3- ijnoreased with his years; he knew that he
must master the pission, or the passion
would master him He made a firm re
solve that he ould hever again ' play at a
baisrd same, rile could make such res
. olution; be oould -keop -iV -Hia aubae
onent eminence was the fruit ot that pow
er. William . WUlberforee, in "hia earlier
days, like most Young men of his rank and
age, loved the excitement of games of bai-
ard. He was on nieht persuaded to keep
1 "the faro bank he waa appalled at what be
-beheld. Sitting amid gaming, ruin, and
, ?,'despair..'he took (ha Teeorarion that ha
would never sffitin.enter acnnng nouse
fie changed hia company , with tbe change
huh u sr ivi ui v . aims a wsj eu uaiwu iuiiuo
nuel Johnson was once requested tem ,e, nd otio (o perpetuate hig ,or
rine with a friend: lie proposed r r. , 8
,t drink . Httle win..- Li bis ..'. ?" theM P"'h. M
6uld not drhrk klilUt wine. X would drink
none at alt."
A man who eoula thu support his reso
lution try action was a man of endurance,
MdihBt element is as, disolayed in this
a setting aun; the circling cloud a fringe
with fire, and even the violet and spark
Hog dsw-lrop mook man's feeble efforts
Everywhere lie naturs's charms to arouse
incident as iw the completion of this great 1t , Ih . l;i,..( : nt .nKi;m
rri w : -l J T).:m1m Qm.lrl -n t a r
' WOTBV.B Tlf nflO-AlUUBlu aji ma j vuviiunu
made hh first apeeobin parliament, ft was
regarded on all bands aa the most mortiiy-
ing failure. Bis friend urged mm to
abandon a parliamentary career, and "en
ter some field better suited to hia. " ability.
"No." aaid Sheridan, "No.it ia hi ue.and
iit ihall eomt out I" And it did, and ha
i(y, and nil tbe aonl with the noblest ooa
ceptiona of the Deity,
European cariosities have thus inspired
with immortal song. Then oannot th
scenes oi our own beautiful Amenoa,
awake mind and heart to aotiont We
'became one of the most splendid debators have beauty and freshness in tbe verdure
in England, : Loyola, tbe founder ot the lot our hills and Tallies; wild nasi and moj
order el Jesuits ine oonrtier, name oi 1rly Jn our rooks ad m0ntains, musio i
' baling nils and matchless streams:
renoe. that, to illustrate the fact, he stood g'"7 r- Andes, and the . thundering
several bOUrS, apparently unmovea, m tui oi m ungis, i lusira mm iua ueep
GmaasTiO-' Eiaaeratt.- The ' Scal
pel, an' expositor of the Lwa of Health
ditd by ElwarJ II. UiXon, Ui. D., o(
New Yrk,. has a. ep'u;y ai ticle, eniitlrd
i"The- Ilpocnuj aL. Gymnaaties." lie
aya:". 'jr .",- '"V.-" '
, Il baa filled ub with horror tar are a pro
poaal to add a gymnasium to evrry public
ecbool in a lit as city. A ley until be ii
lonrten. or evn more,. wants no exraise
Aa Elltoi' D era. , .
A bachelor editor, out wat, who had
reoeived from the fair band of a bridu,.a
brilliant peaks and sanless depths, present I of the perished Indiant and the votaries of I (-Dug K;yrI t,e re9Bitf 0( it yemarkabl
a contrast of tbe most entrancing magnii-1 pleasure tetm happy In tbe life which the I xnrienr.e, ' '
cence. .There 'V '.beauty, Tad!" refulgent ileeping bora taVe lost. ' Y gare upon We pat ft unr?er the bead of our pillow,'
splendor above; but below, broods the in- thia representation of life and. d-nib, and oor ey" " '". P'"e
. , ., , I., j. .1 i i -,i ' . . i .l with an easy concteoce, and soon snored
oreasing gloom, through which the distant feel impressed with a aentiinnt of the nrn(j: nn,i ' .
objects are faintly visible, ,. ! deepest melancholy a ssntiroent of utter The god of dreams gentlr touched as.
At tins hour, we stood add gazed from desolation, we grope through the crowd- and in Inncy we were married! . Kcver besides the plsr he irtt on -w'iih hi asso-i
the beigtl upon the plain, where once the ed street, and call lor the departed beroea, ' "pry. "a mj Ctatea in tbe open- atrj he ' will -exercise
haughty chief and happy tribe mingled but no voice replies. . We wandsr through l0Te derst' ,we"'V' .."JS!." '? our hH. io B10'1
' - va - -i ana r avwawrsr mfltriflni. i m i n ml ine (i reim i a : t i . : :
oyfully in the promiscuous porU. W. the innumerable field., and upon the h,r B't , " "lJZI:
ear again the mirthful voice of the brook mbuntain'a lofty awell, to find the Indisn'a genius put it into the head of oor dncky to . JJz, ,A . , j. anmmer and
and the soft whispericg of the breeze. We hut, but meet with only the wlita man's J have a pudding for dinner, just to lease pWnty of ice and anow ia the winter,: and
enoiu tne lavonte grove, throii2li which none, . i' . '""- . . .. leave) mm mono wa nw nie.
r... " i ' . . t I n m antxrprv ftran n ear nnmn innm. - t . - , . . I : . -: r
- j t..io)iirora eiini io-twn ynn oi .gr,
ner. Well, the bappy pudding morcenl t.rt .. in vmMU. ,ular?v. fa
had arrived, and a huge slice almost ob- b,d haliit, ) oft?n develop their muscles to
a liideous' u'ly degree. ' Insttad. of lire
have the-kkinrty, overworked, ' hfird and
verJ I dry outline of. en old man," induced ky
over exertional an age whioh.dots not 0
the youthful maiden strayed; the silv'ryl We pause to weep over this dark and
stream upon whose serene bosom' she sail-l mighty ruin, and ask why-a land so pop.
Fancy returps (lie slumbering hosts 1 ulohs and fruitful, shonld become a tomb
to tbe spot where once 'they ' bled. Thai What crime has been comruiiied to call
cparted Indian is called back to this green I upon a once happy pooplo thi desolating
rena, and his actions croon around him. I curse. The dead alone will amwer. We
n all the brightness of their , original ap. offered reei6tanco to oppression and wrong,
pearance. 'I he ancient hunter ib bronirh1 Irom whieh we toDnd a welcome reluce in I tasted in my ine."
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from the couch of corruotion. to roam a. the grave. T .'1'luma pudding, duefcy, auggeatea my
gain through the dark exp.nsive forests.- Would to God that the groans tnd in. n m . . ; . - .
ibe sage; and hero, stand before us, in Pi"ng shrieks, that have arisen Irom this nng. I was always ' extremely ' fondo?
an the majesty or their enoe. undeoayed nd so steeped with the blood pi, the great I 'em.
strength. Quenched existenoo is kindled. nd brtve, might float upon every breeze, 'tall that bread puddingT asked my of our juvenile dancers
'I ' - a.tlT ' .1. I w .
nd gleams through the sh(oud in palpa- that men's hearts might become sick of wlw- WU1W ner lips .ngnt.y " curie u wuu . Kxcesive exercise, besides injuring ihe
scured from sight the plate before of.
'My dear, said we fondly,' 'aid
make this?' '' . "
'Yve, love, don't you think it is
"Tia the best bread pudding I
mand violent exeiciae of any kind; besides
tbis we thhik su:h ' processes are apt . Io
retard the growing of boys, anl will oilir.
i a ...?. a j: : -.'.a' c
i mate iv Destroy toeir carrme nnu muii
when Ihev become men. Uor readers
may have observed the same" ihing in lbs
'dissfcted appearance of the les" of some
ble reality.' Every object is ' revi.ved ; and noh cruelties.
expanded into life. But gaze again is it I Could the sufferings .'and sorrows, the
what we have seen before? It is a chang- lamentations and walling, of the1 innocent
ed and lifeless pioturc. Tbe joyous burst and helpless, be presented io their collect-
of feitivo hearts is no longer borne uoon ed wra chedm ss, theoombined horrors of
the breeze; , the bark oanoe glides no more thousand earthquakes would not be
upon the crystal waters. The feeble ta- greater. W. P. HARFORD.
contempt. faculties of man. has a tendency to li'iaxe
Certainly, my dear reckon 1 hayei u,e eont circulation of the blood. A
had enough at the ; Sherwood House . loj stupid. clownisli ' young fellow, ' who
know bread pudding, my love," by all kad. for llie last eiht months, undergone
means.' the most nainful and exhausting exercises
"Husband, this is really too bad: plumb 0r ii,. pvotnasinm for five or six hour
pudding, is harder to make than bread every day, complained to me" of (lie small
trlarch, the proud matron, the gay, hare
shrunk from light and life. The warrior,
the hunter, the romantic lover, have re
turned to the silent tomb; and no hum of
Morrow, 0., Jjly 26th, 1C59.
pudding, and is more expersire, and a
great deal better. This is plumb pudding.
sir!' and my ptetty wife a brow flushed
My love, my awett, mv dear love, x
claimed wo, aoothingly; 'do not get angry.
it it is bread
ness of his legs; on looking at him, I raw
what I afterwards discovered to be prev
alent among the acrobats and membera of
the circus rgreat falling tff io flesh from
the knee downward and from the' elbows
toward the fi gtrs. ' - "
The Doctor Outwitted.
When Dr. Dodge an eleetie physician,
Life and Love
What lessons are embodied in thv teach-
ins"! stern lessons, as was in ocr days of I m sure it is very good,
life again disturba the quiet of thia now hoDa and hanciness. could never think of pudding.
..j r..t -t... I ... u;i ..j.. annn. I 1 Yon mem wretch. renlied mv wife, in
giuvuir auu uiuuiuiui BUCUO. DU ra m"si cu,,.., K. ,J . . 1 i . .a. a..t.. C...
. ' 6 I .1 . . . a 3 a..,. i-, j i .i I . i.;v. t i.nn Ln. i, n .mh nn.l I was lectur'.nor throurrh lhe ota'c on the
rra n Ihia ranraannlalinn nt n, onl BSiea, ana our Darx gliuea p eBBBUalV over I f . Jv " T r"""" r 1- ,T ?t r i i "
??. "-repMsentalioo Of joy sad- K F ' . ,, . Laws of health, and particularly on the
clouds, the storm, the' tempest, that came 'Then, ma am, u s so meanly put to- e.".u..-.uCTut. u ,.Fpr,r.u an
.it -j i rt ... tA rrather. and so hadlr horned, lhat the der- one morning at the breakfast table, a witty
sail auu uisu ouu as nvao ua uuiu vui ivuu i e J l 1 r
.M,ritu . I il himself, would'nt know it. I tell yon, " of E. f the better class. ' Conver-
. ' . .... I , . J . 1 J I . 1 1 B.nnn In.n.rl th. flnKlnr', IntrnrilA Bllh.
" m. ti.. m... a. .11 i manam. mosL uiBLinciiv ana emDnsucs i. w u . - . . .
A JuiOi luu i;i tn.ti iuuiii.v1 vi .11 uvbii, ' j ' ' . , . , . , t 1
ana i win noi os eontraaicieo. mat it h vu,
Iowa: ; ' t
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.'f.-wrai w w aiaa ," (
I visited jlays siao-. ear, State i
rrison. It'waa an awful scene, and one I
ahoilJ be unwillicgto look aton agaio. '
I cannot forget' it if I wculd. ' I seem to ;
see them still that vetley array ef all ages
and isood'uiona Not-- a .word, 4en a
look at , their felrowB alloweda. evePoBnder
the eye' of a 'vigilant keeper, and then, as j!
they were ax' mined, marched to their cell ;
and lockd np for the eight, only topuisua i
again (JtaLuuyarwd riunJ 41 months and
years, and some for life. t ,0, bow it makes
my heart ach. . It waa aad Io see among
tlwyoang'TMir in lirshtiese ana vigor ,
doometl by crlmi to'thftf wretched life. ,'
Old men.' too, even wit h grity Tiaira, went "
there, aotcrownscf glory but feadgee
of.ttajte waa theirs.i Bttt if 'possible, it
was sadder anl) to see among them 'boys,'
una icifi than fourVen years of age, young
er thai! cp of my own- litUa boys at borne.
And ;'uen I thought.jlf he and ptheiboya
could once look npoc such I iceae it would -
be a -life lung Us, n to tlienv- 3 t-t
The' Wden aaswered all enqwi8;Bntt .
whit do you think brought Uai bey .there?
rt was 'passion, uncontrolled t tamper.'
He commenced only. in playtbanioi an
gry'wiih a playmate,, and a .-the best of
passion de!t hito blows (hat tookJu life,
lie did not mean to do itryhe 'aaiacPro
bably he did not hut bis sorrow ceuld not
res I are life. An indictment was found.
He plead guilty,, and now.ia rilenee and
shame, the weary years that ahoahi .have
gladden d his parent s home are dragged on
in those prison walls. Would be not say
to you, boys, 'govern you tmpei?!,
'Another sad fact the Warden, related.
Of tf.oso one hundred and one cony isU.'all
but six' we're brought there by lbefvtc or
intoxicating drinks. I hope not eoe of all
(he boys Trho read thia, will ever. touch,
taste or handle the' destroying eup; but
very many of them X fear have not perfect
ly learnr.4 that difficalt lesson to control
self. Do you of er thick, when M"np'd
to eager, to what it may, lead? Ameri
can Messenger. (....;.W rU'V J
ners is all an illusion a mere phantom.
The floating vision is gone, and we behold
the reality. The moonlit arbor is vanish
ed, and the vbbI unbroken line of forests
tea then us the undeniable and stern truth,
'.vond'of ioe and mail dy water.no to his chm
- Perhaps, no of'er nation in Europe, at
that time, could have won the battle of
- Watarlo except the British, beoause no
other nation flould have brought to that
conflict that araoant ef endurance needed
"to win. For many hours that army stood
"manfully before the murderous fire of the
;Frenoh; column after column fall, while
not a gun was discharged on their part.
One aullen word of. command ran along
the line as tboniaiida fell "File pt file
' npl vNot yet not yetl" waa the Iron
'. Duke' reply to the earnest request made
to obaroe and fight the foe. At length
! tie time of action oome. The charge waa
' given, and fiotory , perched upon - the
standard of England." .;, I'J, '
Hoos w KxiirucxT. Hegs are plenty
in Kectuoky.': Tbe returns of the Arsea
ors to the AUditor at Frankfort, shows
that in sixty-four ; counties ia' Kentucky
there is this year 815,448 hogs saseseed for
taxation, against 639,207 in tbe same coun
ties last year, being an moreaeeof 176.24J
head. The sams rate of increase in the re
maining eounties will swell the excess to
- Tm Nxw Yob Wheu CnoP.-rWe
have i oat eeen a letter from' a person who
li ii reosntlv, traveled through some of the
b st wheat eounties cf this Slate, whoesti
ttinios the present harvest tbe ,bet pf five
year's", af least. , ,Tbe orop haa ripened.and
mar.lv ail harvested in eood weather, and
very free from the ravages of insects. N
Y. tribune.'. - - ; .'.'. ;.' 'V ,
' -st9"A western editor' having published
along leader on,: hogs, a rival paper in
the same village Upbraids turn lor obtru
. ding his family ' matters upon the public,
. yAn Ir'uh paper announces that a
Mr. Kennedy returned t6 town, fell down
and broke his neok, happily received no
m. a i a -''''''.
xurtner Berioua uamngo. .
i : , , , ..
3TTq do svil '. is human corruption;
V) de rood for good ia but retribution; but
io do good tor evil, is vonswnu porieo
est awe. Whether we climb tha heights,
and View soenes in the dim distance, or de
scend into the shadowy glons, nature still
nhanna nar annsaa. The wild winds of
heaven proclaim her triumphant.
Suoh were our feelings and sentiments
aa we paused to gase upon the solitary
gTandear of that rooky bight, Mount
Pleasant, . whose lofty look oasts stupen
dous acorn Upon all menacing yiolenoe.
Standing aa it does in the center of a plain
in the valley of the Hockhocking, and
looming up three hundred feot above tbe
level, it presents at on.oe, an aspect of
wildnes8r and the most magnifiocn'
grandeur. Tbe frowning cliffs towering
far above, shone in tbe light with tbe
most resplendent glory. The gilded sum
mits served only to increase tbe gloom of
tbe ttnpierced depths below. What scene
haa so enchanting aa effect as this? We
msy behold around us, life and industry in
all their forms; but here every domestio
sentiment is overwhelmed with the migh.
ly impressions of natursa ,
With profound feeling wd gazed upon
this mountain rock which towers amid
wheeling clouds in the wildest . magnifi
cence. . From its utmost height, to tbe
beautiful stream at our feel, everything
awes and subdues us.' The ' threatening
mass of towering elifls,'-or the perpetual
gloom of yawning phaama impresses with
sublime terror. ;rJr"rJ,J?X'
' Upon reaching the summit of this, im
me use rock, which seems to have 'Jisen
thrown up by some anowat votcanio; con
vulsion, we again beheld annvaled beauty
and grandeur, atretolisd before us in one
vast panoramio view. The exoansive
plain 'is dotted with beautiful groves, i Tne
placid slieam flows past. below, to disap.
pear amid the green amphitheatre of hills
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u" ,u" uuugue. , . . ... ... .... kraad nufld nr. and the meanest kind Bt
The ruthless hands of relentness white men Li, aaJ. i- a...u aw t. ,.t;ki. that ' ' - 'Perhaps you think that I wonld to una
I lilW InUMCJOl ID UCattU , VU ItUrT IVJ1 IIUIW IS I ----- . j I a . 11a' at
hare hewn down the sturdy oak, and made the wreck of hearta and homta when in I 'It is plumb puddinR!i we above lha Me to convince yoa of the dileterioua efr
Waa A lv mxe natt VSH."X Tl. - 1 i 1 I Uim M..l, V. xa asa. ! .1 t ll,- Mail. Baft Wri hA Ik. rflftL.nP.t T Tf! P Til . O fl olifeCtB Of trand COafsle
vcaio iuu sj7Bj tooa uillais mo iUVTOriU? OlulB I uiriiwu no inacn nuui vui ujiubi luvj I " " - - g j I -Tj t r t . vast 11 i
I feeling two olates smash across our beid. I d(n t knew, said t.nn, bat 1 11 like io
.... .u j,UOr up.u Ana.ns, cave fan- - - - ; rj - " , - Tl - . . : . r.. be there when von do it
en; the sovereign tribes are blotted from """'""' " . " ' - "iJ.C- ..if, tf.-j -.'.a -Wall, said the Dontor. 'If I convince
w i ii in nnrntni wsi MinsiE 11 nttat i bb i kuiavu ioit vui uauu . a uu iiinig .
tbe aoil where once tney reigned. Evry , Who haa not eeen some of their loved
relio of their .magnificence has nerished. I ones wranned in the oold ocrementa of the I hie, landed in madam's bosom.
inrl nannU Kut flta. mnrmn.In. J crrTfl. And horn f,i (1iH inniimArfthla nit TJumb puddlnt?, WOUOded tbe War
a.ti wub aav aUUIUlUl IUL Tf J O, Oil U I O ' ' " " J I . - " " . ,
. f I i .1 s nr I a a -a . I f.Am iha anamv SB o tkya a trr a-r rlidk
oi ine neaa. w nen we rememoerea inai u,j "vuM "uou,i wru ,nJ
.11 .... : i. tl i:f- a 1. I trvnV na ithArii wa hmA hunn AiRnn&inr the
- , . , . , . . i lit nil vur frnuuoriuic iiiruuifii mo o u;it ub, i w- r o
p..u g.urj. iu, u,,a.raoi8 remnant ri .hou,d . BO - h -firgt pt of our dinner
an ancient nation is bsnished from the loved tones no more, have wa not. in an 'Bread pudding, forevtr, shouted we in
graves of its fathsrs, to die amid the gloom anguish of aoul, uttered the wail of bleed- defiance, unsuccessfully dodging the soup
of a distant wilderness. Beyond the wes
tern hills, their feeble cry is faintly heard.
In the dark sequestered shades, the strick
en monarohs of the forest are withering
away. Slowly and sadly Ihey are shrink
ing before the fierce and mighty tide, which od hoPes Br6 cashed, our household goods
has swept away untold millions from ex
istence; and soon the last wave shall roll,
through which tho remaining few will jC"An excelent reoine for making
171 It it I
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wilhextremely swift motion across the la- ? 'hey are injurious Io your health,
win you aDgimn imoi iireir usoi
Sure and I will, air.' ' '
'How often do you asa coffee and tea?'
asked the doctor.
'Morn'ng and oight, sir.'
'Well, said tbe doctor, 'do you ever ex
perience a alight dizsineas of the brain on
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. i . I ; i. . . i frciinrv ai nan f
ing hearts, let me ale, tor in an thia broad isuhuS ho gnaojr "u " . : . , , . ,. . -
sarth I have nought Io live for; but we tenia.-- , j' ,ad I do; replied Erm. '.
cannot die when we wish to most; we may pudding.' yelled tbe amiale , 'And a tb.rp pain through the temple,
weep at many a grave before we reach our Pse aa noticing our misfortune, she in and about th eyes, in the morning?
oyn ' . - determined to keep na down by piling on 'troth 1 do, sir,
Oh. who cannot sav. when all ourhoard- our bead the dishes with no gentfe band. ''Well.' said thedoctor with an air of con
fidence aad assHrance in his manner, 'that
are aoattered ani broken, "I would not
distinctly recollect, it had grown into
whisper. 'Plumb pudding' resounded
like tbundor, followed by a tremenduous
crash, aa my wife leaped upon the pile
with both feet, aud commenced jumping
n( I up and down. Then thank heaven, we
01 I r , , a ai. ,j . , mL:
awoKe, ana oenoiu it wbb b aream. ini
dream haa determined us we shall never
marry. ... -
aiuk forever. Soon the dismal wilds shall yourself unhappy is furnishod in the fol
contain the last rrava of lha red man. ' ami lowing:
i . v In the first place if you want to make
v. . ... , ., tourseif miserable, be selfish. Think all
isn in oonvion. The mother, with 'her h. tima
clinging infant st her breast, and shriotinii; I Don't care about anything else. Have
daughters at her side, shall be driven into 1,0 "elms for any one but yourself.
. WnnHv or.. Ynm .,! i,0.,w no ll"ik Of enioying the satisfaction
j . , . seeing others happy, but rather, if you see
ternal tenderness, and infant sweetness, . miTin faA V :..u, i.,
will not be spared by the conqueror's steel, shou d enjoy what you have not. Envy
The dark and fearful tide of rain and one who is better off in any . respeot than
death, movea on with slow but inevitable yourself; think unkindly towards them,
i,..a t ,i.. . 'j ..,-.. and apeak lightly of them; be constantly
as oeau mm wi ivniz tuo Tin1 iuu ICfllW e j i L is t I (a j
ir ii a . . .4 afraid lest some one should encroach upon 1 r.fhr hirA tn Vaph nn a tH)p an
p Un, become the gloomy, epulohes yourrighla. be walohful 8(fHin8t lt j if -
oi a ruinoa pe 'pie tne vo:gotna oi groans any one comes near your things snap at
andblool. Soon the humble mounds, and him like a dog. Contend earnestly for
tall ascending woods, shall be leveled everything that is your, own, though it
i .. . - . ' . . , , may not be worth a pin; for your "rights
dewn, that growing hamlets, and gather- i r t
14 " are just as much concerned as if it wer a
wg crowds, may txpand the boundless poun(j 0f BOid, .Neyer yield a point. Be
very sensitive, and lake everything that is
aid to you in play fuloess, in the most se
rious manner. Be jealous oi your friends
lest they should not think enough of you;
and if ut any time they should seem to
then in raoid succession followed the war
erv. 'Plumb rjuddinir' she shrieked w the effects of lea and coffee.
with every dish. "' - 'la it, indeed? Faith and I always
"Bread pudding.' in smothered tones thought it was the whiaky I drank.
came from the pile in reply. Then it was Tbe company roared with laughter, and
'plumb pudding io rapid succession, the the doctor quietly retired. He was beateti.
last ones gruvriug iswier, aum wa just
Tux Potato Rot. The rot is nuking
sad work in many of the potato : fields in
Rhode Island, and in some looaliiies the
crop will prove almost a lota failnre. In
Bristol, as we. learn, same farmers have
plowed up whole fielda of potatoes (the
rot being so extecstve aa not to pay (he ex
pense of digging,) and repltated with other
seed. New potatoes can be purchased for
ninety cents and oqe dollar- per baahel,' aa
'X7Tbe following interesting annecdote farmers are disposed to put them off
OOmes to US aa true; , ueivru suoy roi uo aoeir uanus
A man having a large family found it
Already the once happy home of the I
forest king, ia teeming with the rich and
smiling labors of another race. ' Already
the purling streams, and winding brooks; neglect yon, put the worst construction
give musio to other eara. Tho verdant I upon their oonduot you can
bills, and shadowy plena, are echoing to
ti,. iJ nfnH,r woicn. Th.' ,!.. A Jokh for thb Ladies. Tbe editor of
av wvtanw viytnvi ;v- iwivs buu I T J 1 . t It
. . , ... . , - , a paper in rroviaenoe Mfeiy inrormea uia
plains no more resound with the .whoop of 4hat the ladies always pull off the
the fearless huntor. . The anclaqt warrior eft stocking last. ' This as may bo auppos-
is gone to re-appear ; no '; more; . but 'the ed, created some stir among hia fair readers
wave wblob bore bia bounding boat, still d whilo in positive terms Ihsy denied the
Biaiemeui, -uiey at, iii aaiuo nolo uevinrvu
sparklea on the atrana. Xhe. same sun.
which gleamed upon his waving mansion,
now gilds bis grave. - . ' ;';
' The onoe thronging nnd happy popula
tion are slumbering beneath the spreading
Village and "ep'ulent cities; and .the land
that he bad no business to know it, even
if suoh was the fact, and pronounced him
no gentleman. lie proves it, however,' by
short argument: y, '''''; ' , . '" "'
"When one stock imf is pulled off, there
ia another left oil,; pulling off this ia taking
r- . . , ,' ,. -, ..,. ,. the..lttfj 6tycking 'Off .last. '-'I v
wherephoethey roamed-thoirehtldhoodB " ' v'7 . r.
bome is now the seat of refinement 'and
g'ayett'.J , We pause to gatJ id -sadness np"
this gloemy piolnre, which 'desolation.nnd.
ruin have made; and beholds icade over
Which angels might Winder' and weep.-l
Wealth and grandeur have reared their
dear!' blublurvd "an , urqhiu
who hikLheunaulXdriiig. from the applioa-.
tion of a kirch. .'Oh, inylthey tell about
fqrty rods mnke a furlong; hut. l oan tell a
bigger story, ibuu that.; Lit "em 'get snoh
a plosgity lioking aa.j've had, and they'll
find out that one tod imkts an achel 1"
At evening, before supper, he calla hia
ohildren around him, and addresses tbem
Who'll tako a cent to do without Lis
" jfjy'Sammy, my deat . boy,, what are
yoa crying for?" : '., ;
' 'Bill hove the Bihleat meM and hit me
on the hand-' v.il -,";
'Well, you are the first rperaon,, in my
family on whom the Bible aver . male,, the
slightest impression.' ,t ; ;
- Iteaaa for Ilouaekeepera.'.
Do every th'mg in its proper time, keep
everything io itsvplaoe. Alwaye mend
clothes before washing tbem. .
Alum or vinegar ts good to set colors ol
red, green or yellow. " '
' Sal-soda will bleaoh, one spoonful is
1 enough for a ket.Ie ot clothes. " -
; Save your auds for garden and plants,
or to garden yards When sandy . ,
.; Wash your ta tray with cold soda,pollsn
with a little flour and a dry cloth.' , -.
' Frnoan potatoes make more a'taroh, than
fresh ones.- They make nice' cake.
A hot shovsl, held ever burnished furni
ture will lake out "white -pots. ' " .
A bit-of glue, dissolved in skim milk and
butler, will restore rusty old crape. '
Ribbons of any kind should be washed
in cold aoap sudt. and not rinsed.'' "
i If yuuf list irons are 'rough.' rub them
well with fine sail, and it will make " them
smooth. 1 ' ' i ' ,
i If you are buying t carpet for durapili
ty, yoa must eKooas small figures. '"'
- i A bit of soari rubbeJ on the hinges of
doort will prevent their breaking'. ' , .' '
Sootch stiuff jjaf ori the boles Owners
crtckeU come out will destroy the.
Wood ashes nnd oommon salt, wet with
water, will slop the crackr of a stoVe, and
privrnt the smoke from escaping. .
. Green shoald be the prevailing cblaj cf
bed haueibga and xlraparyi". ""
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,II.w Qld riia Fans An.-Perhaps iue
ladiea or some of tjiem regard the para
sol a model u luxury.. Not a bit uf Jt.
Parasols were parried .in Egypt three thou
sand ears ago, and. ar .represnled..upun
sculpturea coeval, a iih the, Pharaohs,-
ine oJ(llWB JiHIJIIUICO,. Mvw.vcr,.
built on a more sepille and jub.taaiial
plan tliao the 'liuo sLada' op itt vogue,
were toe larire and heavy for. the . daliuale
hands of the dusky danif and demoiselles g
of lha vailey of ih JiiW, and were gener-
ally borne by their1 slayaa. : ,-Tbe .phijao- -
thropio young princes, .who fished little f.
Mosas outof he.bulrnsher, is portrayed
in picture, with a big , parasol over her t.
bend; knd probaily the widojr Cleopatra,
waOi tlongh brownish;wai parlioolar about S
her eompWxion, kept a herniaphert tt silk"
between the sun and her beaity when- the f
went,down, the Cydnua U rueeliMar An t
JtYfbj don't you wash the bolfom's
of yonr feet, Jonny 7" asked a g ran ,1 mother
of a boy,' when - he was i performing the
operation before retiring for the high, to,
which he very gravt-ly replied f'" i
"Why, granny, ybu doeenf thfnt I'se
going to stand up in bed, doea ye?".'
. -iT"Ma bore'sa word fn theWper; I
want to knoW. Wlrat MhomTcide?",. A
homicide, child. ia one who'mhrders an
other.. Well ma, whea1 Jack Nobb. killed
our tom-cat, that waa Tommvcida wasu't
supper.' - . . i ,
'i 1 1 ! 1 1 cxolaim.the children eager to
get the prize. , . . '
The old man nulla out a pocket book lull
of red cents, which he keepa for the occa
sion, and after giving them one - a piece,
sends them off to bed.. . ..
Next morning they look, like starved
Arabs.' The old. man calls them around
him, and with an air of grvity asks:
'Who'll give a,, cent Io have a nice
warm biscuit for breakfast? ,..',
It is needless to say. that ihe cents were
forthcoming at once. ; Good plan.;"
. Poarar in PitosE.-The following ahould
be lead by every man who has neglected to" A very good kind, of , wpniM .oflan-
take the paper published m cm own place,
or Ihe one i.earest to him: "Breathes there
a man with aoul eo dead--who never "to
himself hath said I will my county paper,
take bstb for my own ant family ake?
r. ......i. .i.. ii. I.., iL.i "...i i 1
the paper Id Kim sent-and if fie. at.ottidir?H:' -f JW-T
pass a happf wiulor-i-be 1naVaicnouldf t"T 1
pay the printer." '' , ''.v'.'' :. ' '. " Ai -Tb mBWwho' Wurtltrra'vnvJsli-'
gation aaB.it1tsn'i "halfds'oiHce as tfoart
iag an affectionate giii.'1 f'1 ' .
'f&Ar. certain. Jwycr, bad, his poftfait
Ikken in Via favorite attitude standing
ithlir han'da' in his pocket. , , His '(innds
. .. '. . , .... 1 i J.. ztJA
an J enenis an wont to see h, biiu
exolaimedi, J' ! J "1S
i wr'Q.)to,liktt? it's the picture ofhisa.
An old larmer oniy aisaeiii.,
"'T'ini''iik?' exolaimed everybody,
"just ihow us wherein 'taiot like?
Taintno 'taint('raperl'l4 th farmer
Vilout you, ses hia hands in kiaown pock
et?"' JTwould.be aa likeajBiinrbti:sa4
il'inajmt'b?dy else's." '
spoils hersnlt in trying to become a ruahJ
The best woman in. the) BrorlJ Is a' female
womai all,others.ar aa. sound ing bra se
' 'Jfc3"AS Iowa, farmer, on bting.asliod if
"he Bad 'evef done much..farrai)ff lietyja,
.... i 1 . ' -w I I .
' Slight clrcumstancas';give ul the
keenest inBight into 'the' secrets of char
acter,' " tr
' i-During the present century.-''to
Amedioal friend aaja that Tartar hundred and Cfiy thousand patents lor m-
e-aetio is productive of great rrtci edness. ventiona have been granted m England.
.uitVAn, IrirJimanv who- had lain sick a
Ion-' iinje(was met one day by ths parish
';:?'. when the following conversation
tot1 place,' "Well. Patnok. I am gU
jon' have rerove'red-a-but ' were ytt ' not
afraid rlo Itoitel ?fruri jCodlf I- fOek rno
your livereuc. it we the; other, fibap. I
was afraid uv," replwd Pat.
. i l l,.' , , , . I. '- "fr
'if DoyoVdTiuk . hU io America ?
-f-cockn'sy Mi ,'' ...
-Nt.wiilrintl iKutlder'-and lightning
; if piied'0m. Yaokal tlS '
Xll tAce Graoly tTiieks the eulld T
nuw b-.ro that will see Illinois a stale o
ten millions people.