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7- CITY 0? LANCASTER.
rhurIf December 99,1859.
, fyVLat g!oiiou utumii,wq hi?6
f Dioyed, tnf how imilioglT .it.loare ns,
a day sink to rest upon, the purple oouoh
pi Ibe western tVj. Nearlj everyday of
this fall bas strung a diadem of boaatv on
the chain of lime, and every night added
a pearl to the brilliant oareanel. .Tb' dy
.ina year,' Kite o Indian- warrior, naa derk.
ed iuelf in the gaudiest array, bd cliaqnts
ita own requiem, in the sighs f the leaf-
' jess orests and the murmurs of the rising
Streams whilq. it falls to sleep as, get Uy
nd imperceptibly as the twilight. fades
before the coming night. Ibere is a mys
tic power of beauty io ibis season;, it re
calls the !iorgol ten muslo of life's heart
strings, and stirs them with renewed ti
jbration;'. old ; 8;ene,i are. re. visited, ir) Ibe
fairy. ear 'or. imagination, with Puck for
charioteer, girling the earth fn 40 minutes
we dream of times when lite was "young
ana, promised ;to ts , bppy: '. cherished
aiemor.ies are re-awakeo; tiie old Dome
stead isalivs d'tin, and lIu's great magi
oian. fanor. coDiures up Ions departed
forms ,eod essigns, them places around the
- giowingK iisartDtane aswoi yore. ,u.di
Drnised be .Qod for. all; bis bounties, and
above all for the carnered grain, the rust
lint? standing corn, the wealth of autumn,
and the, long evenings, to enjoy - it in.
And pra ised, loo, tie ,b Almighty archi
tect for the ppming .delights -of winter; for
the ruddy , health , ihnpiriug cold; for the
inYlporating ice, the board of ripened nuts
Ibe fleecy mantle, of snow; the merry jin
gling of sleigh bells; the, rsibB of,, jewelry
that will OOHI0 from pu of tbe frostn north
the trees pendent wjth slalaciiio, icicles,
'nd lhe thousand household pleasures tbst
' apring np like flowers to deek the eofJSn.of
the year. ,' In the journey t,hrpujh. lifej
"we haye to encoupter bpapricjons Spring
the scorching summer, snd the wayward
- Aijt.tumn: but when we reach tbe .Winter
time it is as the cooling shade, tbe grate;
fal repots the , borne toward which we
' yearned. , ' Bounteous Winter bpw like
he almoner of Deity, it dispenses ,of its
Stores. , V bile Spring hes rollicked, life
way 'mid buds and flowers; while. Sum
mer lias (alien to sleep oyer tbe butterfly
has 'aftet fashionable watering ; places,
and Auturn, ike a prodigal bss wasted the
t golden; fiijs of labor,' scattering them in
every -direction; old frugal, careful, pie
oittrt Win oofock ' tW B8rner,houses-i"
. paying in titpeof plenty prepared for fam.
ine BBOfWiuja nurraiuaim loeua vu urn
thhB.LouisvilU Journal. '
A, miser's Prayer . -.- ,
, .The fojluwiog sinjiular.prayep Was made
" by ijolio Wafd, of. liackney. Enulapd.
The docvirnept which was louod $u Ward's
-own hand waiting, inigbt be called the
misers prayeri . Itis one of Ibe examples
oi feoord; of men oomkining 4n themselves
M tuf uiuiub inoanoisjp, Willi me tuiai.au
ence of ny like fet ling:' -. ?
V-VOW Lord, thou Itnowest ihst I lave
.ninftsUtes, in jhe.citjf pf Londou snd
"likewise hat I Isye lately ' purchesed'an
estate inj". Fessiseinple, in tie Cpunly of
. ', J2sseK.',' . 1 beseech tkee Id preserve tbe two
counties ol Middlesex and iiasex Jrm fire
diod harlnqiiakesV and I bave a mortgage
s n -Uertfordsbire: I beg thee . to have an
; ye.pf tompsRaion on that county, ind for
tbe rest or -the oounties tbou msyest peal
with tlem asthou art pleased. O Lord,
enable tbe banks lo answer all their bills,
Md.nake my debts, on good men." Give
-" prosperous voysge- and retnip to the
' '.Mermaid aloop, became I bAre ensured it;
- and thou bast said tbs days of the wick
ed krf tut short, I trust lo theV tbai lbb
wilt aos forest tbr nomise; as I have pur
'.chased an estate in reversion,' .which will
be mine upon the death of Via t profligate
young mas, Sir I, L." Keep my frieeds
. fronjinking.and preserve me (ronStbeives
' aa M sW tinitaA. Iiwaat Iraswai mrA 1, . - ekll swief MAW.
'tasaiftev, iiyvov uivpptit auy tun aio es ia
x aanta sq honest snd faithful that tbey may
attend. U. my: interests and never obeat
rne out of my property, nigbt or day."
4tr"Tb true meaning of word Is that
which expresses; eni tbe right name of a
biVg-Ts tblt wfriob it fs called by.
AaHar tk Old Plmf Oroiad.
T Miat aoaroao.
jj- I eal an keur to-dagr, Joha, . n- ! 4 u,
. , Betid the old brook atresia,,. , ;
it - Where we were achool-bojn la old time, j
' When manhocd waa adream,
'1 he brook Wat ehoked with fallen learea,
'TU pond It dried awar 'iv .
. I aemrte bellere thai yoa woold kaoer ' '
. lM Thedaarold plaoels-dar. i(i
TheOh(voI-hoei( U do more, John,
; Beneath our iocnrt iree; , ' ;j .
The wild roaebjf oar window aide- - ., . . .
' So aaore WaT lathe breeie, ,
The scattered atonaa look doaolate,
1 The tod they reded on' " '
Baa bean lowed op by stranger naodi '
Since roa and I were (one. " t
- ' The cheatnnt tree It dead, John, ' '' '" :
" ' And what It sadder now-, i " '' -
i Tbo broken i-repe-Ylne of oar twlug
Bangs on the withered bongh; i : ...
, I read ournamea- upon the bsrk, ,
And fonnd the pebbletrare, , ,r
Laid up beneath (he hollow tide '
' At we had piled them there.
Banoath the graw grown bank, John,
' ', Hooked for oorold spring, .
' That babbled down Hie alder path,
Three pacee from the swing:
' The rathei grow upon the brink,
TI e pool It black snd bare, . ;
- And not a foot this many a day, ;
It teeml hae trodden there. ,
1 tootothe old blind road, Jobs, . ;' ,
,. That wandered np the hill; (
'tis darker than It naed to be, ' ', ' .
'' ' " ' And teems so lone andstill I ' '
The birds ting yet among the beught ''
Where once the sweet grapes hung, i 1
1 Bat not aVolce ofhnman kind - - '"
- Where all oor Tolooa rung. - -
, I aft me on the fenoe, John, ' " '" '
" That Heats In old time, ;'''.' '
- The tame halfpannelln the path ' '.
Weased so oflto climb- . ,
:' Aid tbonght how o'er the bars of life
'Out playmates had patted on,
Audlefl moeonntlogon thlt tpot '
. . The fact that they are gone.
' V Onr Sons and Daughters. -
Will they realise our expectations? Not
unless. tbey are properly trained. What
may we reasonably expect of them? That
they should be the strength and ornament
of the age in which they live, ' and con
tribute largely to the happiness of the pres
ent and. tie glory of the future. What
sort of training do they need?, A partial
answer may be found in (he following spec
ifications,, ' . '' ' ' f r
They must be trained (o bsbits of.fn
fufry. 3 The jdea shoull be very early
implanted in the minds of. children that
they were eent into the world to do some
thing. .Work, js.repugnsnt .to natural in
do!cn09,U.Ia a I ighjy artificial state of so
ciety in which industry is the prevailing
t .if., r . , i f j : . i
liabit fow think of s1ettling down into bars
bsrism, or nsipgjUp.inio, eristocratio in
dolence. This bas been foil. twocenturies
the common state of society in New Eng
land, end in a good degree', is so 'still!
Yet there are unquestionably symptoms of
a tendency toward a fashionable indolence
scarcely less' pernicious iu its influence
.i .i f rpu...
man lust BIUUIUUT ,ui uniuniinuo. n xunio
is no occssiou for proof pf the common re.
mark, thaw '.'children are . not brought up
to. work is they used to be," . It is com-
ng to be regarded as s very tine tbmg to
btr.ajoung gentleman or a young, lady,
though at the eipebse of toil and treasure
which the parental sinews nf purse esn
llt-snora to spare. ' Ana vote- iouencj is
m msny cesss fostered by tbe parent
The, fltult is not all the children's. , If tbe
sentiments amOnir (he adults wss right on
this point, there would be little occasion to
complain against, children and youth.
Habits. of industry must be formed in those
now. coming upas .well aa in ,thcss of past
generations... When would men have lov
ed to work unless, thev. bad Deep, trained
to. it by tbe supervision of tbsir elders or
by the providence of God? ( (
With the aocumulation of wealth ihere
arises a feelincr of independence, snd then
a leeiing oi superiority w wym.. tjoui ,
looked upon as degrading to, gebllemeo
and gentlepian and ladies,, altliough they
cannot take a, single 'step' ' iiL, (heir, fashion
able ' career, without .the' resufl of much
nains taliino- labor. . When men are asha-
mea to ioor, tney ougni 19 ue BHuuuieu
lo eat the fruiVot toil, fof it is safely tboie
'1 . '! M J.. .1. A -'-'! I --V 3
"If those who Vise from modeYate1 oircum
stances to sfBuenoe are' not thentsefveS lifU
ed above work, their -children ,msy b
This is one of the evils commonly incident
to wealth, tliatjtinduoes a style of,liing
which makes the young wno are orougut
tip in it, lo feel that tbey have enough si
resdy. or' ehall have, without ' labor on
their.psrt. It requires great , watohfulness
on the.parof;psreols to prevent (his con
clusion. And tbis conclusion once rescn
ed 'there is lik-eW to le an end of all esra
est endeavors to do a .work in life worthy
of man, or .woman v. Tbe influence pf this
conclusion will not be confined to those
who entertain it., ,. Their feelings of supe
riprily to labor. wijl be communicated to
those whe bave not the eame ooossion for
them, . The children of the poor, ill think
it a sreat hardship that tbev have to earn
their bread by . tbe sweat of tbe facofc wten
they see others luxuriating in - abundance
without esrefulnsss; "..Tbey do not wish to
submit to tbe indignity of labor, w'en the
fashionable 9Diinjtpf ot the OJtnmuoity
bas put that brand- upon t Hence tbey ,
too, seek for an easier end more 'popular
way 61 Irving tnan by work, apd tot 'a few
are betrayed lito orime as the oonsequence,
ae the penitentiary and tbe bouse t indua
try. baa .testify. . n'.-' r .:'o,n-ir.
There is current at the present-' dev.
stronir disposition to turn bfe into , a boli
day. Pit ssureV pleMure, this fs the cry
PBES3 COMPB0MISEavICRUia.aT,.0aASSS;,Ta iJBBTD Or tJtzmiV' " X ."ojy vJ .w uu:.i .
. lancasto;mio.!ThubsmY"3ior .. 'IZZimtm
of multitudes.. Invention ,i , tortured to
suggest some new form of amusement, or
, . ' u ' .t'
noiuiog else,. attempt pothing elee, but fjit
front pleasure to pleasure, ,tne livelong
day. . Tbe first ' thing, the second thing,'
tiie las and only thing with them is sport.
They seek it now .in one, form and place.
and now in another.' , Preparation for it.
a ' ' ....' . : . . ' ". . f -' ,
and engsgement in it, engross, toe wnoie
thought and titne. ' Now, it 1s, noli tjues
lio'ned that vpung persons' should have a
musements, and enter heartily into them,
but tbey should be tie exception and not
the rule in life; recreation' from " busibesS
and not the business itself. Amu.sement is
in order to work, to lightea its burden and
enbsnoe its reward, hut must not be sllow-
ed to displace it. When one has worked
well be is entitled to plaV, ., The. mdustri
ous only' know bow to enjoy their leisure.
The idler,' ibe pleasure-seeker is often a
burden to himself, and ale-ays to others.
To the young, of both' sexes, I would aay
have an honest business, either of the head
or band, all your lives, be diligent in it,
and be not above any' work which - God in
his providence shall set to your bn,d.
Hear what' tbe wise man saith:' "Tlio da
sire of the sloth t ul killeth him, for his
hands refuse to labor," . "He that loveth
pleasure shall be a poor man, and Is that
loveth wine and oil shall not be r;qh."
What an exact description, in this passage.
of the sporting ' gentlemaq'of, this day!
Pleasures, wine snd cosmetics. Tbese Are
his gods. The wise man hss' also a Word
for our daughters- "Who csn find a vir
tuous woman! for her price is above rubies.
She seeketh wool and flax; and' worktth
wllingly with her - handi. ' 8he lookith
well to tbe ways of her household, and eat
eth not the bread of Idleness." - Tbe 31st
chapter of Proverbs has rouob of tbe same
style, a pattern certainly very unlike seen
in the belles of modern lashionable society
but as much superior as tbe delineators of
the former excels In wisdom the contrivers
and exhibitors of the latter. Congrrga
tionalitV ' " ' ' '
',..' Style ia IVntlnx.
Benjamin F. . Taylor, the accomplished
literary Editor of the Chicago Eyening
Journal, bas an artiole on style, from which
we make a few extracts: ; , ,
A fine word indeed is a treasure, but its
life is latent as it lies there in the Isdgeeof
tbe Dictionary; and it is the privilege of
the great masters of style to summon it lo
a first resurreotion, and it obey.' Wrought
into tbe close knit armor of the argument,
or laid like a tint on tbe wing of a aoog,
we wonder At its strength or are charmed
with its besutyr but -restored again to the
eolumn where tbe lexicographer placed it,
it sparkles and delights . no -more.- its
meaning is not gone, but its life. is; it stares
at you frcm the page like a dead face; tbey
that look out at tbe windows are darken
ed; ita capabilities are looked , up in it like
sunlight in a diamond; and unless thought
bee use for it, and it warns ltnqw and then
by wearing it; if, ss has been, a whole na
tion shrinks miserably from its dimensions,
leaving the grand' words it has no more
need of, like pesrls and tinted shells along
the. shores of a receding sea, . then it. be
comes a member of a, dead language, and
scholars wonder at the splendid fossil slruo-
tur e that nave outlived their builders; tbe
noble words that bad no noble things any
mere in all tbe land to be names for; ar
mor for. the giants and tbe gisnts all dead.
Tbe ooral reaf remains, but ths ooral inseot
has perished. m ' .1. , v ,
A man s style should simply be his ears
nest self in words; words not cumbrous is
if. he played porter to great dictionaries,
but as if the clothing ot thoughts, i worn
easily snd gracefully every day., ,..' ..
S i iii. .-,'. i .. I- I 1 '' 1 l.-i
Ah-Esoapbd Num. A yoaag lady of
about nineteen years of age stopped at the
Willis House over Ssbbatb, who represent
ed (hat she had iust escaped from a ounce
rv at Montreal, Canada. Sne hs been in
the institution sixteen Teats, and recollect
ed nothing of. her parentage, bow ebe came
there-, or what was the namaot her family.
At the nunnery she -ss osiiea By . tier
Cbrislisn name, and, 'She . now ;. knows
nothinir. aa we have said, .of any Other.
Within twa weeks'of ;he day of her escape
she wis to have taken the blaok. veil., Tbis
prospect wss most distasteful and obnox
ions torbtN end finding a providential p
porlunitf for, esoape, she embraced it, snd
rusbsd into new found joys personal and
religioua freedom and genial, social inter
course with her kind.,.; The young lsdy.iri
ber deportment and conversation, indicates
that she ia just what she claims, to be, She
lefttheicity tbia (Mondey)i morning Jfor
Deytop, ber plsoe ,of, destination. , Some
BsptiBt friends in Montreal ra)suil suQioieot
funds to send her to the charge of a mini
ieter in that city, and ehe.! now, we hope,
safely sheltered under bis' roof.--f bpnng
field (Ohio) lie we. a tj. ,,'.i-.ir UmU
, atA wittyeichsngs serves , up the
following queer hash to its numerous lead
ers .vie:- '' ';? l' "- '
"Unhustled ladies; pure' arid '-updefile'd
Christianity, disinterested Iriends, com.
mon honesty.sound potatoes, firsVrate but
ter. unwatered milk, and Tich printers.
are'Weer ,!'.".' -i-'W' . . ""v
' We endorse it all particularly the last
itm! ;.' -y .
l w. :,) ''''' '." I1-- .
-; Wa Tiatt'r BilIxVx n-Some . 'nerson
said io the offioe the other day that be ieevf
achap thet gave hie bene not waterman
I they laid bnltd eggs.
He can't stuff us.V
t-" ' : I 1 ----- - Ll - r 3.11 -rrrt-r-r, jafcp
(.ooel for the Newsboys. .t','nt
, The New Yoikv9)s Mis us 4.es the
New York NeWaboy' lieft (heir Thanks. i
givingftJ 4 irww;; . ..vrvy a,rl
The tiewsbos bad a eleassrit) tiiae.r--
About sixty eat down' to'ein excellent din
ner' of roast beef end! turkeys, aieywriieh
followed pies sod fruie ' JTb greatest bar
moey and good fellowship' peviled, -and
ample jualtoe was dorie to (he plentiful iw.
past provided for these py Sbeir genereiie
friends, i After the cloth was removed tbe
beys .were addressed by Mesars. 0.. Wie-
gsnd and. Maoy.'of tbs clildreir'ssid so-'
cietr. - One of -the ( newsboys retaroed
thanks on the, part of bis companions.-
Ilia humorous scanner tticitsd mnob mr-
riment.,. We, give sr- extrect from his
'Ladies and gentlemenr I em a news
boy end aa, honorable member of this far-
famed Institution:,, this nursery; of Con
gressmen and eminent pharsCUM-s jn -all de
partments of this great Kepubli. , (tier
rah.) Permit e .to. return ilisnke to-the
good people who gave us Ibis very- supe
nor dinner. . A good dinner on -'ibaoksv
giving Usy is like a good, conscience it
makes one. feeMiappy. , tell you, ladies
and gentlemen, that we, tbe newsboys ol
Hew i ork, are not so bad ss some -people
think we are; but the newsboy, who is, not
honorable cannot come up to the lofty po
sitioo of our club in the top. stcry of the
bun building.... , . ,. . t-!!.l -.. I ;-
Ldies, and gentlemen, lee on'the walls
around me. the mginofour profession the
newspapers. e work hard, lor tf'O pro
prietors to make them r ich, end .1 am sor
ry to .say. (hat many of them never pay us
a visit.. I see the Sun and Tribune have
often a good word , for.us, , and jthe,( Tines
our Jriend, top, and the USserver, tue poor
boys real inend,v, i . .-'.;;., .
(Ladies and gentlemen, gxouse -oie, as I
am but a poor stump orator, and, nly sn
sppreulice to,; publio spenking. - When
get to college and, go to Congress, I'll do
better, I wish you alL msny happy Ibsnks
giving days sod don't forget us on New
Yesr s Day
- Tfce Electioa and the Future.;
The election has resulted in the choice
of a republican Legislature and a diviaon
of the State officers between the' repuhli
cans snd deaocrats, ' While this is less
than the more sanguine of our friands bop
ed for, it is enongh to justify most encour
aging anticipations for the future. 1
Republican State officers are chesen who
have majorities exceeding twenty thousand
The democratic S'ate officers elected have
only as many hundred.'' The' republican
vote on Senators shows a republican ma
jority in the State of many thousands.' - .
' The demooiatio party is reduced to an
iropotant minority. Without outside aid
it no longer possesses the power to elect a
single oaouiaaie. ,-
' The American party, so leng a disturb
in a element in our Slate pcluios, isdissolv
ed, and is last returning lo its original ele
ments. Henoeforth tbe battle in NewYoik
will be sn open snd straightforward one be
tween the party of slavery and the party
01 ireeaom. . , ,.
Lsst ver the united vote of the demo
cratsand Amerioans exceeded that of tb
Republicans bv 48,000. . This year their
vote combined .barely exceeds the republi
csn 'vote by 1. 600 or f,000. This show
a relative republican gain, for tbe vote of
both parties is, pf course, lighter than that
usually easi at a uunercaionaior r rosiuen-
tial election. In any contrst wbioh shall
call out full vote, a republics mojority
is thus rendered, certain. Albany 'Evening
Journal.. ; , ' '., .,
Important Nxwa roa ihb Ladibs. A
French paper reoeived by the steamer
Csnad, dated JSovember 3 J, eon tains news
of such importance to the' Isdies ' tnat l we
thick it necessary to translate it tor . tueir
benefit immediately. Here is the momen
tous paragraph: Tbe sojourn of the Couitat
Compeigbe is going to have a very remark
able effect upon the fashions of the season.
At the request of Her Majesty, the Era
presSj orinolina is-indefinitivly bsnishsd,'
and fir promenades in ordinary toiletts.
mousselai delaine b&i been adopted. All
dresses will be out of tbis material, but
not long and trailingV"' They - are to-be
short, so as to show- tbe lower pari cl the
leg a little. Coming sppareatly With the
authority of an imperial deoree, (his an
nouncement is likely to make a - sensation
in this country, where, although we bave
a Republican government, a large mass pf
the people fere willing subjects of-Fi-nnoe
iu the matter of fashion, -. .Let us aee how
soon crinoline will he definitely abandon
ed in AmeTica snd hpWySoon our ladies on
tbeir'prdmeoarles.win wear tnOuielain de
laine, instead of silk.'withv the.eklrts short
enough to show the lower part 6f the leg a
little ' Id the natter f bonnets, there is
a sensible change thiw "season -'alrsady.
Whether there will .be a reform at the
other exIremUy, since' the promulgation
of this Tie hch edict, remains to be seen.
TfPhiladejphia Bttlletiw.-f ;;;V'''
V What la Nbepxd. We ned for oar
dwellings. more veutilation and lees hea;
we need more out door exercise, mors suu
light, more manly athletic and rude sports;
we need more amutferberrf, more bolidsys,
more frolic,' and noisy .' bbisteroue-roirth,
Our infants need better. ouit"hment -than
colorless mothers esq ever, furnish J (purer
milk than distilleries can manufupture; our
chlldroo neetTmdre rornping'aai! less study,
Our eld. men more quiet, ind,earler relax
htionfrbm' the labors of life. AW mrn,
,both ;yonngand old, need; Use. tnedicine
BOd aoia good oouoeell'.
. ,1 i
lVve 6'ot si BAr'
The following Jeiter; whlotriiejin interv
at esridanee of beinire tn4 ( euiatle.
wss pitied ou ia the streets. of ' Uiica. a
ftWW ata7tl SKPi-i v 1 T
rBaotnER awb Biitxk 1 fcrtflBTiis!--We
hive got e livihgbahy at oer , boose,
litile KirJ beby.T-thai'e so.- How. i wisk
ihu, might find, you in tbe same situation.
But otf . baby is oope of your ccmrrjon
babies." r She' laughs (and Wies) sVprettyV
you have no ides- how ' handsome ebe is.
It is iloeided by; tbe best of iudLM ( her
mother md me) that sbi ii the. ljandiipra
est child that ever1 lived; and every body
ssys "what S pretty
lat a pretty "child, how rouch she
uoits like iter lather," children - will re
semble 'their parsnrs..- yon - know.. , ,1
xooldn't take twenty dollare for her; no.
sir, no. temptation. ( rerhsps you think
I am a fool. Who cares euess vou'd b't
a fool if youliad sach' e "' baby I ' wislf
your domestio -affairs i wbull fcome-W a
crisis (crjM.)j Yea must excuse all mis
takes, for l am so delighted snd transported
that I expect there is a right srpert chance
that I will 'go crazy. ' fju( je;
the excitement was over, wasn't 1 tickled
soroe. If it had, not. been ot .that white
hat of mne I couldn't have told which
eod my head was on. I went up starrs a
dozen times or less alter- iny khat shd
forgot it 'every time. 1 Sold a man soma
goods, "on lick" an4 'charged .liu "To'
one baby, sixpence per pound." ,But I
am calm now; think I shall entirely recov
er Begin to think tbst baby' ain't inch'
ounnicg affair aften 1I.J It's quite a night
miuiution. , It takes one-half of the .bed,
and right in the middle, and I have to
sleep ell round On tbe 'edges'. ''Can't foil'
over and kick ss I usej to, rhlght wskeun
tbe baby. And if I just happen to troll
on : the Jiiile thing io the night, then there's
a fuss, my wi e would make a, grest fuss
if I should kill that baby. '.She ' ale ens
with one eye' opea'.'" ' .1 .-i .
i n lell rod how I 'get slons nlrrhts;
The oilier night I went id bed t as : usual,
got ip a 8D0f,wliea my wife clled,"f ohr.1
Johnl there's s mooie in my band box, and
it will yuin my bonnet." ' Well, T YoTlod
off th e bed rail hnd'raade a break fof " the
bandbox. ' Monee takes the bint and leave"
snd I ballsnce my self on the bed (rail , a
gaio, go to sleep, and dream , of., the .old
sonit Ihst says, "Bless me, this Is pleasant,
riding on a rail.'. JJut soon I am awak
ened by my wife watchful creature) will
ing "Jobol I guess that moose .is . in the
lower bureau. dpewer, .where. si) the babies
things arel"t So upl got. pnea more and
made a pliings for the bureau, and", mouse
leaves as usual, while I like the bid t ia
ker, wished for sotne prefaoa" ' persons- o
d n ibe mouse. .. Well, I get Pn the mil
once more and dream of sending to Chic
go, for some traps. Well, I dresm away
a whiletill I am awakened once' mora' by
that old familiar call "John! John! the
baby wants tending to." Well, 1 .ait up
and hold tbe .light, while she --well,; no
matter, you know what mean, , (. ...
The next rooming I have to he careful
in using the towels, for "all is" pot gold
that glitters."- But I mnst keep still and
stand it all far the . dear Utile baby, moth
er a . precious little lamb. :
Good bye. Yours as much a possible.
k ' 1 . DioHToir.
" P. S. Ourbsby's name is Louisa, i
' N. B. Don't forget the bsby's nscse,
Uuchnnan on the Supreme tonri.
The Cbicsgo Tines, the organ of Judge
Douglas, has bunted up sn eld speechde
livered by President Buchanan, ' nf July
7th 1841, when in, the United States
Senate, on the bank question; snd insists
that it proves him a beleiver "in tbe doc
trines ot .Lincoln,' Seward, Ossawatomie
Bfown, Ac." .'" -
Now, if it- were 'not ' unparliamentary
langusge, and if I did not desire to . treat
alt my friends ou this Whig side of thi
House with the respect I feel for them,
I would ssy that the ides of the 'question
having been settled so as to bind the eos
scienoeeof Members of Congress w.hen
voting on the presept, bill,: is rediculous
and absurd- , If all the judges and "all the
lawyers in Christendom have decided afflr
mstively.' when' the qutistion lelbns
brought borne to one ss a legislator, bound
to vote for e against t new, chartor, upon
oath to support llis Ocnstitnlion, I , must
exerciBO mynown judgement., I would
tree t with profound respeoUhe arguments.
And opinions bf judges' snd constitutions!
lawyers; but'if after all, they fail ip con
vince me that tbe law wes unconslitutiopi
al, Iehoull pe, guilty :of perjury efore
high heatreoifl voted in "ts favor. ,'.
But if the iidiciary "bad seftle'd the
question,! shall never bold myself bouiid
by their decision while actingi io svlegisla
tive cbaracter... Unlike the Seunlot ,1-0 ui
Massiicjiusetts. Mr, lates, I shalf never
consent io plsc'e tbe liberties of the people '
in the bands of any judicial trfbtirtBl.1' ..
;"No man bods in higher esteem, than 1
do. the memory of .Cbdf. Justice Marshall,
but I should never have' consented , lo
mal;e even him ibe':lioal"a.rtit,e between
the Government and 'the people of this
couuiry on -queslions of constitutional .lib;
erty,'u i t-i.-:'v;sj '-i'--,..-.,'. :
"c&3Pk Vritty 'audtwheer was' drying o
sell en old hand-organ,. .ro that end . he
Wss grinding .out ,t.het muaio..and, . the
crowd, in sport, began,, lo- throw, out pen
nies, when a dandy standing by sajd: 'Sir,
Vou oulihf to havea monkey." '''s''i
''"My good fellow1,' eald'thvcuetio'rievr;
"so H bad; step right. up here' i n?. ; ?V
..rllw dsadf! vanished. J. v,' ";,;
,JesUce Casr eaV the Oiea4tta,'e(aaer
A bill U p-nyisg.berr iha lnnre1
Written tQ the.Jf.SihviIlei Ln'Cn, B(l Amr-
. . . - a.J
Ptu M! I have lor sevenl - wee
past. b-n srTxiobsl Vailing' to 'b'a!WTia!
tne view 01 your leameg joornals were eo
the ail! Bending 1 before', oat LeeWhlur.,
propo.ing to estlarepr ilriye frowr the I
vqic, toe irw puior popuiaiiuD now -
mocgst us.' 'jlf 'piovjJes that thep'e'' te'r.
so'dafshalt be nez-d and -sold if- frond ' here '
aflor ttieffirvt'ef May. next,, if .they :ars a
daltaS od thai flie children shall be bound
Put, 5io.,lbe. adults are allowed toerpi'ste ,
to AfriQt, jn whicb case-'ome 'stight aid it
lo.be.furoisfced by the State, foVaslst" Tn
their frsnsp.'rttocJrlscos(Ilytb; d-
seels a tnssier knd'go i6t lavary.-- ,-,..'
,J!ow,rbpwre these-people?, TJ.era.is
not one iq one hundred pf them, Jo say the
least, that ever pas been a slave. Usuilly
their '-mbthers,' gntfdmothersi "or1 grent
grsadiS(Aher., "were elsves, -. wbo were -e
mapoij id ,jjsta3ters,., for,: nerjtpripjria
services or from, beneyplent. mouvss by
the Courts' of Justice' according to' 'Is'w,
ThVall fiave'a'vested tightlo free3nm -bf
lU'Iginec'.s And. deetwe ol Vourts.'i - Under
iWUrCbnatiiulion of 1706, tiie Ireel cplcwea
men T.oudt hs polls. Thai tbejold. Con.
suiuiion esienoep to item ana proieciea .,
(heir rights to a certain extent, is ire Irom
denHf. But I pass bf'this''iiaei'oB,--''i''
My objection lo (he bill .Is that ik pa
posee to commit an outrage, lo . pepetia'e
an oppression and cruelty. This is the
plain (rath, and it is idle to mince -words
ie sofien-the fact Letns look, the propo
sUiort boldly, ip the face.,; TI4si depnessed
nd, helpless portion , of, eur, population w
designed to be'driven out. or to be ensla
ved for life, and' their property" forfeited,
as noelsve can boliK property. Thilmo'h
era Are ts be sold, or driVett away IrPm
tbeirit.hil.dreq , mny o( twq infanta .
Tbe children ere to be bound out until they
are twenty-one y ears' o, ege,' and then to
leave me estate or se soia; wnicn" means
that they era lobe made slaves 'for lileV, io
ia'cj. Now df tbese. wo den and athildren
there i hardly. one in tea that is of Hnm'X;
ed nepro , blood.' S me sre half , white:
many have half while mothers, and white
fartier'a, fasting's csSt of 87f -i-100ths ' of
whitebload; maey hat a i third crone''; in
whicu lbev tegro b.ooi is almost extinct,
suck is, the unfortunate trcthi. iuit, op
scription of people who were born free
and live! as free persons are to be inrro
duoed ae slaves into cur -families, or rnto
onr negroe quarters, there to be under, jia
overseer, pr (hey are to he sold to the ne
gro trader .and ssn't ' South, (hers to' be
wh'pped by overseers and to preach' R
3bllio;! m the ,egro quarters e tbey
will preach rebellion every, wberejhst Uiej
mey be driven to by this unjust law.whetb
er it be amongst us here in Tennetsee, or
Sodth of us on the cotton knl sugar bln
tstfonsor in ihe abolition meetings in 'the
free Slates. . Hor will the woman b.. tbe
least rf&eiivsin preaching a crnsade.wben
befftrinr money in the North to relieve
their children left beliiud in this .State io
bondage: "-" ! '" '
f We are told tbst ' this ""Free
Bill" is-a ,poliiio,' popular . njessti're.-r.
Where is.it, popular? In what .noak. or
corner of, the State are the principles of
humanity so deplorably'detioient,1' tbaf "a
'majority of the white., inhabitants 'would
commit air outrage,? not oomdtted .'iaa
Christian country of which.,. bi&tery,. givr
sny account. In what country is it, tbis
side " of ' Africa ', thst " t b e ' Tnsjority
hsve enslated ' the' 'minority sold ihe
weslsi'lo.''ths strong--and applied 'the
proceeds of the eate Ip .eduaste the chil
dren .of the .stronger side, ( as . this bill
proposes? fit. if an open, assertion that
"might makeu'right.''It-1l re-opsning
tbe African Slave trade, In fifct' In that
trade the strong capture-the ; weak, -and
sei),them.,aBd.o it will bu here, ,if.,tb
, , All ovjr, the t State,, lliosp wbo are ro
snonsible for' pass! ng the Lilt w ill' haye'To
contend with fearful phblid opia'rbn.'Tnsde
un of alt the women -who have moral.otiar-
aptere and sileligiousj.. fetiings;, baxksd. by
the cier"Kana essiieaiy vy very jHr
majority of the members of all the church-,
esf for "we rn'tAf 'carry Blofeg1 with ,;ns; 'tfiB;
impoitsnt 'fact that numbers of the "pee'
rl soutfhtta be enslaved, or-driveu : put,
.belong tlPajod are members; 0 oiusvar-
ous churches anq in iuii comuiuinun -
That these 'great boddfes of christian men
and women will quietly stand by 'and see
their humble-eo-workere sold on Abe bleak
to lhe,ngfa traderjis not tp bxpscUjd;
nor wi l any set of m:o be supported, mor
ally or politically, .who are the authors of
SUCH lW. . ..
' ' 'Sfijf SaNlifti WMihi trnthr-lealf tie
Fre'e'Sutes; and" iaW will the mstter'stsnd?
Tbtre, those' staunch and upright mea mlo
revatruggling to uphold the ponsutntion
and lawa. and-la Drotect Iheriirhts pf tb
pu.th ia the enjoyment of tbeif slave, pro-'
nerty, will be met hy our law; win ",
e J 'before -the' million)- will hve ii put Ho
ihun-aniitraf athather tbev SSOCtioQt tbl
PUl. measure , as a . prj .f.tbe to$fif
sigeipg lo eiUier rjnrheia from, the State I
or enslave 'them. Justice. (JatrvV.of 'the I '
tcsn the fol'ov.ingjetter, nrotAsfng agafust Ibsd; Bt Tnds iwis f
i-..:,,hi u t , : m . ti'.-i t,;K-.-.,i Dlios: she bas made two. Pre
S'f roeilgln.-seAn Jlrtgrrtiyfy sWd, iptofj
lavryi.-0,4l wen (froBSiyirjJdrf snd
the .place jof tVcirJ j'Jh -Fqreafraip
e-i will of.ths Cy-Jihetri wH'e man? Wbst
here tb-n. rtTr fTtliarrt.ood- WXM''
l!-keraif,"'wl Wbo'misiwl' ft a't
9;bi aKberw-tWiWaione in. tleFerthrs
T, L -t .- ' -
thlnw Ann in acnrneV.'lf 4f!liul,fhnf--U'''
'ong stooJ iu.iLe front' rank ' oflie great'' '
aceWalfy W' aeatly-liixiyyesisf kkI
therefore jstuilrgiiUtioiKjney wfJI4 eiUal
i' tr is pa i ,!ilf eot goQV M easn'tXiy-
ly past tbe B14CV seiwnal jlins, ,b.wton
the free and the sfaveStatea? n .. ,
OlUil f FjJCUliUll V, jour UCX!().i(ll WTI
' ; j, VArS j;
t.i '! '. rr -rx rrr r --nir-rnf 7 ui SS
, , CUppiazi from J'rentice -
""When the fire'eate'rVdlV" i.lr njon,-
trwhich "sertioif wfl UsPdurtnr' Jf'
add -Pedlamtiosv of Iodnpffidrfnei bttotigfrt-'
h president; JKiclusnan f aa-tfcwfed-a prfr
sent of e Genealogical, IJil'lf-,. How mapy
iaqk leavea oots it coDiatn lor ri "fam
ily HrYord?" V rJ ' ""''' TW r,'t
m'inUf iipftd hsl(TriVlirreiri4b
orating ihet peVser and yet anajieesuii fc
iBdecealPXporare crf their, pnfigleafer) soib)
as should. subjVettheipj to a criminal irp
se'eution' ,?'k".,,'. kV, '- ''' ' ,
" A proa:nnt advocite of iher tevivsrof
'the slv tnavde talkbont rreetcrjl snti
liuW wo.ihK r'.VVsw)aeppqi,h sl'tttdes, led
aegrp babies,. iWZ, ' j r
. t I don t thiplr. Miss, ,ttet yoor Jnlani.
manrterl would suit me1- 'Prbbabrj-nor;
sir. for yfturs ire Wr fto itandish.' M 1
- If a,druukeina bears a beizlog i hiw
bead, he had. bet-er conclude t,bt Hp fcrjift
isl rewlirjj bottle flies. . .
- v ' -,: 'h.:.i i-!ji.'"j''l'.'
tourung naa niwnjs u-en rruui-e i to an
art; It can tnj'r gone ihroigh W'Hh
ne plays dn the' gi;r by a Jitile'jfoyev
fcotomeiu CtLKX. The liiS9Ts.'''Boy
den, el.Wjasiead, Conn m who hvjbeB
so suajeess'ul iff solid,;fyuig roiH h,Jt, J1I7
so acsomplishod lhe solidifioalfoa.of swel
cid r. By ths vacuum process the" ciJ r?
taken- cweet frorej (he .ftwrj : rednoed
five gaUpns m, one; rtiihput boiling, jfnd'
the addition of water-it i emrhedialetjf f
stored- toitsi' fprrjaer condiHon,'anu At ,
cornea ciijer againf : AI". tbst tis los0j.;
the'proness fs tbe impurities that ssy, ex
ist in the primary 'apple ' jime, " and' lh.J-gretfisii-klsh
taste. 'The -restored "elder
is mnoh 1 like driokof pepard UmariaBsi
hut is Piuob more elipste an 4" paltnbh.
Thecondecsedartiele is a btsutiful winfr,
colored jelly, sod is excellent for tjie ia
f?e."eiiher wlfh-mears or ?e! -'a' delersV
Whenfrdueed snf ' bottled'- Wilh' proper
delay, tht Article, ill ferment and become
e euperior sparkling ohaaptghe elder.
,'.in nd' !' .' 'j i!'.L 9t.t it.
XSp"Fether,'"yeakl a 'yiuegclisper'sis',
som-four summers.-'wbem wsth the flood t'f.
0h my so-' replied the parent,' f'tfaat
happeoed a loeg 4ime ago.t vvrtnol Jt-W
f r- VWat a-we alivs then? V presistes! : the
KltleioquinrJ '- y'lsf-' S.xrsi
,,-."No,desr,V:was th wply'.'tiWfibed
we yead oi. in-lh Bible bsppeasd maay
th&uod years Sgo.;. - df.-.a-:tta pei
" Well,-now," rejpineit the ooy in prest
disgust, "ttlath Ibd lad? tl tbeaght John
Bro w ( aoothev yotragstesl oi thesams) age, )
waist fit. bin'.i -lie tbnid'to m thkb ratwti
lag thai he wee t&erai then, arid wai -
' -') ie'j j i 't ri"rT-.J -r
XThatta trae4due Yanked noliting
man ever was, or evtroan bt itvaiwatir
burry.;tH is bodui to be first everywhere.
Some one says of tbis peculiarity; of bis .
dispositionZTi.Hi.-i t.'A'j ,-t; . J itA - .
. "If a -ig mortal, ppstld. be ttOnteiled
which would Uirow an tyjniensejiomD'eMii,
containing fifteen psasertgart.fromSt.Louis
to.Boetan, ia five miut,r with, an. abfli--
lute certainty tht fourteen would be Bid
ed by theexplooior), 4ioke(s for "ids t. by
the -Bxpfesa Bomb-Shell UoVwoutd'et,
onee- bee prenriuiB.'eacli paseeagsr befrig
anxious ro the ehanoe o pnore himstilf 'lhe
lucky fifentli." Jt- ,mo si.-
' There is ne sort P doubt abeul i.'
XiT.A .erehact -ad verliieililfor dielp
and was wailed Pa) by,,a gBntUmani Jately
from "old Ireland." r, .
; Patrick!. -W 'yob 1 We li1 wat of
belp.,h' " f ;-" I
Lhsve' but Very little fodd kt thf present
Wait 1 M if-'! e'.M h"i,i. ..-
-''Patrfck Thin I'm the boy for y'sete,
but bttW I Want to dd,r ft' iW mboeyTm
vthef:1-""'1 'rA. - ..';'
. Annette, my dear wtatloteoatrjria
opposite tu us on tbe globe. - , .,X .
Don't know sir. '- J
f Wel,:c!f, aid the pr'rjle'xeJk feeher
if IWe-td bore a' fiofe through the esVfh
abd you'to lo at1 tlfs end, where' woril4
" Outorth bile's:? re'cHed the' ptipiff
r,:p ; r1-" ' ' - ' J'lt-Oia..
-.,At3T'IiawksI7 exaUimed MmPertidg-
ton, "what moostrfs these ttaitea banders',
must bel 4l eus told 9iis.tn 1'sm bsre s
HforepttherPjrirwJs, ae sjeelanns
sentiments bf the,Soctt. I put it ,to any
fa'Ir-'mind-d'WB:fo say wneiher iM tsw.'
a beao'rull jslly .is t,he result wbi h will
keep for any length of tirr4 w'ii.fcauf ipou'd
souring bit feVrhsn'Uifon df Snr'WndV'1' Bf
tlf t..- 4.'-'
a vim's !-ew vt jai ,;3 ... . ".va.