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uhjen coniracJ. except a-ainsi thoB;
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r 1" - win ue sect out ol
rerHjwinfe. Save in thd
times past theire Lad njever been seen
a gaihenng iii Red River county, wh
Ueling apparent in the! assembly beo
lar per Squar of - . great odcasion. A concise narra
Mnty, unless pid forjin aiivaoce
From theNew Vo
The YoIiinUer Counsel.!
A REAL LIFE TALE K)F JoiijT TAYLOH
, At an early hour on lilie 9ih of April,
the court house jn Claksville, Texas,
frowded to o
" ttT-p dvertisements inserted at Ou JDpl-'.fl
orj i, for the. First Insertion; Fifty
Cctiits'tiir each lon(
reJucfiou for "iearlly AHttisino.
tffhe privilege cjf Y-y Adver.isrri is
Jtzu!ar.:nuinest; and the Dusiness ol!an'
AdVernsirfg Firm is rfot consider ,J
H-Mi-iingjiUai of . iisiinJividua). rnPmhP.s
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facts will sufficiently explain the mattdr
" About the close of 183Sj George Il'oikins.
one of ihe wealthiest and most influ
planters of northern Texas, offered a gro
sun to Alary Eilisfon the young and bea
vife of his overseer. The ! husband j ll
ened to chastise hira for the outrage.iwliere
uponIIopkins loaded his gun, went lo
t(fn"s house, and shot him in his own
The murderer was arrested and bailed i
not marked with iho O " ...Cu a..u ycucu
nn nbpr of Inrtion'tvhen handed in will svver f"Tcliarge. Ihis occurrence causdd in '
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I " ucu uniu vraered out. and naumeiu- ivemeni; anu iiopKins.i, in ord
exticUtl, ; ; i ! i iura the tide of DODular' bninionl 'oi'ai
Jp7Vo Meertiseinr.nl can hcjnscrled gra-
ipAdvertisemets'or a Personal Nature;
' iaanah'y charged Double Price, . '
IjrjHAdvprti'sertieois'! of Patent MedicinPS
injerted at' Thirty DoSlars pcr'Coli
ALL L'iLiI .V.?..
rfone. on Sew Typo, and on as reasonable
Trms ns any Ofiii-e in Tennessee, i!
SktSfo Paprr-will! be dlsron'iiuueJ 'until
a.l arrearages arejpnid up except at the
o.jfi'oH of the Publisher: , '
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j Of the suit raiu ou the roof.
JuVin j on the Roof.
Whn the humid showers gaiher
Over all he sfarry Spheres,
And a niel incikilv: ddTknfs
Ger.i.ly weeps in rany tears,
Tis a jny jo press the pillow;
Of a cotjiige cliHiuter bed.
And tolisitn to the patier
Of the S(jfi raiu over head. "
Every ti iikTJ? on tle shingles
; Has an ejcho in the heart,
A nd a thousand weary fancies
Int busn being start;
And a thoutand lecoUeciioiis
As 1 Jisten
There, in f
j to rjijrjgate the general wraih, which, a n'rst
k4 ijiolent against him,l circulated reports
jjnfambusJy prejudicial to the character o
wixnw whq had already suffered such
wrvna at his hands. She brought her
for "Under. And thus the vi wo cases,
criiiiinul and the other civit-Ssud both oat of
tlie safoe tragedy, were pending, at the
iirrii.il court for IS40.S
i uci iuicji ei uaiuraiiy leu uy Hie COniEilU
nity aj to the issue became far deeper wh
waslhown that'Ashly andPike of Arkari
and; tfie celebrated S. S." Prentifs f N
Orleans, each with enormous fees, had
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retained by "Hopkins for his defence.
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trial on the iodictmont for inuxdei
tlieS'.h of April
wjih the acjquittll of
Hopt ni. (Sch a result bight have been lore
seen, y comparing the ialents of the counsel
engag ;d o'n either eidJ The Texan' lawyers
were utterly overwhelmed by the arsumpnt?
and eloquence of their! opponents, lit wps a
fight of dwarfs against! giants.
eir bright hues into woof.
o the patter
ncy comes niyi mother,
s she li-ed lo years aginie,
To survey ijie infant sleepers 1 1
Ere!she-!i-ft then till the dawn: j
I can fee her bending o'er' me,
As listen to the strain '
Which is played upon the shingles !.
By the patter of the rain. i '
Tiion jmy little sVrar.h sister. '
With her wines and waving Jiair,
And I er bright-eyed, cherub brother, "A
A ifjerene, angelic pair! " : ' ,
around my wakelul pillow,
! their praise of mild reproof, ;
isten to the patter x i
the soft rain on the roof. j '
nothe'T comes to thrill -me, !. j
h her eyes delicious blue1.
5orget while gazing on her.
ht her heart was all uniruej
mber that I lovd her
I ne'ei may love again.
ny liean's quick pulses vibrate
ilie patter of the rain.
Theri is nausht in art's hravuras .
Thpt cari, w ork with siich a spell,
p i r j t's j u re , . deep fo u r. tai n s ,
lence';the holy passions swell.
As tllit niploily of nature j
Thhi subdued subduing strain,
Whiah is played upon th shinglea ;
J5v t'li patter of the rain!
Thtl slander suit was.6et for the Dtli, qtni
ithtoni of spectators grew in numbers as
as eic;itemeut; &i;d wha may seem stirangd
current ot pabu? npimoa now ran' ueciua
for IIopkiBS. Ilis money had procured pdint
ed witnesses, wlio s?r?ed most effitiehtly
his powerffl advoeateS. 'Indeed, so triuu
a:)ily .had been the stjecess of the prey!
dayj that when the dander case was calie
I think 68
Mary Elliston was U(i wirtiout an attojney
tney had all withJrawo. The pigmy ret
tiloggers daie not brave again the sharp wit
of Pike and the 3catbinj thunler of i Prentiss
IJave you no court!?" esquired u;'ge
Mills, fookiug kindly at the plat.ititt.
'No, sirj they have ail deseiteJ me, and I
am too poor to-employ any mote," teplied
ihe beautiful Mary, bursting into teats.
"In such a case will hot some chivalrpus
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member of the profesioB tolunteet?" . ask
the Judge glancing around the bar.
The thirty lawyers, were siletl as! death
J UUgC llfil9 ICUC61CU (lie UCSIIUU. j 1
I will, your honor said a voice1 from the
thickest part of the crowd situated behind the
rich rain of wi
They saw thai tbey had caughl'a Tarter; hot
who it was, or bow it happened, was impos
; Col. AsjJIy sjoke first, Ijle dealt the Jury
a dish of ttat close,; ,dry logic, which, after
wards,, reriiereu him famous in the Senate of
Albert j Tike, followed, with a
, and a hail torrent of caustic
ridicule, lo wjiich you may pe ure neither
the' plaintiff ncjr the plaintiff's! ragged attorney
wa either forgotten or spared. . " J
The great Prentiss concluded for .'the tie
fence, with a glow of, gorgeous, words brilliant
t$ showers of falling stars, ai d with a final
burst of orator y; that brought he house down
in: cheer, in w hich the swoin Jury them
selves joined, lOtwiihstanding' the stern "or
der!" "orderl'rof the bench. Thus wonder-
fi!!y susceptible are the south-western people
ta the charms
It was then the stranger's turrTrlIe bad
remained appapently abstracted during-all the
previous , speeches. Still and straight, and
his seat, is pale smooth fore-
un high like a
of; enow: ,but- Tor . that eternal twitch that
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came and we rt perpetually injiis - sallow
cheeks, you Would have taken him fox mere
man of marble
ice. Even his
! But now a
railing, not f behind
eyes still half
pillari of iroil
or a human iorm carved in
(flira, digamy eyes were visible
grByJ sjiaggy e- brows, 'j
last ne rises ceiore ine oar
it and jso neir to the
that he might, have touch the
his1 long bony finger.- With
hut, and Itapdling rigid as a
his thin lips 'curl as if in
part and the
lit is low and
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sweet, insinuating itself j thro ugh the brain
as an artless tune wipdirtg it 'tay intp the
heart like jier1ielodv of a, magic incaeiatiori:
w hile th"spt aker proceedswithoiut-aestuiie
oljexcitement ta teap in piece
of Ahly, wh;j;h metis away
or tne least
iafonce so br
Anon, he camejto
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bar." At the jonesofthjat voice many star ;e
half fiom their sea!?; and pernfrps ihere ' va
not a heart in the iramjnse throag which Jid'i
hot beat something quickei; i was s uo'ea th
ly aweet, clear, ringing,jand mournful. : ! ' .
j The sensation, however, was changed iito
general laughter,' when a tail, gaunt speciral
figure, that nobody present remembered ver
lit have seen before, elbowed his way throt gh
the crowd, and placed himself within thenar.
His appearance was a plrobem to puzzlejthe
uphtox herself. His . biih, pale brow.
smill. nervously twitchinjg face seemeJ a
an); could comp iel.end it with
frojst before the
'Ilis logic was
yj clears .that
perilous height! 'His jvoice; wailed out-for
the murdere( dead, and described Ithe sorrows
of l.he widpwe tvuigi-the beautiful Mary,
more beauiifuLevev moment J as her tears
flowed fresher-iiill':3iaa wept,'ihii lovely tvo
men sobberj jik litlle children.
by a grange exhortatijon to the
descended from his
jury, and through litem, to the b
He entreated the Tannel, after thew should
bring in their verdict for the plaintiff, not to
offer violence to the defendant, however rich
ly he might deserve it; in o her! words, "not
to lynch th'e villian tlopkii s, I (but leave his
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puniEtimeni lio vjou." xms waa uie mosi
artful trick jofj all ihe best calculated .to nr
sure vengeance. : '!
The jury rendered a verdjet lprj fifty thou
sand dollars: and the night aftefwards Hop
kins was taken o3t. of his bed by lynchers,
and beaten nearly to death. i
As" the court adjourned the stranger made
known hi name, and called the attention of
the people, with the announcement "John
Taylor will preach here this evejiittg at early
candle' light!" ill
The crowd of course al turned out, and
Taylor's sermon equalled, if it did not sur-
pass.jhis forensic effort. This isj no exagger
ation! I I ha.ve listened to Clay, jtVlebster, and
Calhbun to Dewey, Tyog and.Bascom; but
haye never heard any thing in the form of
sublime words even remotelj approximating
the eloquence of John Taylor massive as a
mountain and Wildly rushing as a cataract of
Empress' Catharine, of mi
A 'TRtJE HIST0K1CAL' TSKETqH
Dark and ! dreadful was the night cif , the
2Sih of November, 16C6, land hqavillv- 'fell
the snow-flakt'S, but i ilafkcr wcrif the
prosnectsl and heavier iwas'ihe heart bf ihe
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poor Litvpntanj as ne renqeu jno ris oi , L-.r-. i. J ...i.J ...
iHo rloncK f.-o tiirrnnnf m(T thrt If JlV n fit J l . i . ' . .
The night wasJismal and the underla
kin"afc-artul one, but the difficulties daunted
not the resolute Catharine. She soon came
uoon a field covered with the suift-rer'a of
lhfi imeaual Icontest, while the groans-and
cries of anguish -told that many survi ved ihe
slaughter. : ; ; ', ; ;
Intent aldne upon discovering her more
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man Ju'.ner, sne uiu noi uiscpvcrinc pres-
.Marrionaurf?. MisfortiinBi had ComnelleJ
'hhe indigent peasant to) sevpr the jendtaring
reiationsithat bound htm to his haiiye vil
lage, to bjd a final adietito the seenestof his
early daVs, to1 aqanuon! his lavorue haimts
of sacred memory, snu seek among strnn
gers that jivhieh Was denied him t'morg bis
lriends. Uy, t'
Accompanied by his HYst
3routh of (fourteen, and beat
arrns a lander infunt, tho express
her whom he had lately consi
porn, a sprightly
eararig in ,!ns wearv
heard this remarkable man.
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is the opinion of all
An Action of lire j Beautiful.
The folio rving admirable anecdote is frbm
a recent volume by the late Sydiiey Smith;
"I have said a great deal about prospect
and landscape; I will mention an action or
two, which appear to me' to convey ps (lis
he dazzltrtg wit of the
'hea the curl of his lip
is tallow face kindled up; and
to open, dim and dreamy ho
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e ttvirj ! meteors.; The whole
eye the full heart streamed
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la uve minutes i. ihe s wii.
soul was in the
out on the late.
seemed the fujanj oi folly, and his finest satire
horrible profanity,1 jwhen compared with the
inimiiabiesallies and'exterroinating sarcasm
of the strangjr, iptejrspersed with jest ami an
ecdote that filled
lusiou on Prep tis
jureu witnesses e
mony into atoms
ucji as bestowing an ar
turned short to the per-
opkins, tote their testi-
nd hurled in their faces
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such terrible invectives that alii trembled as
t i "ft
arjd.Kvo of ihera actually fled
from the count house. ; j. ,.J 'ii j
the excitement. ol the crowd was oecom-
ing tremendous. Their united life and sou
g pa the burning tongue'of the
stranger, tie insiirea tnem :wiiu uie powers
lof ibis own passtonis, ! He saturated them
Willi tne poison oi nisowa malicious leeiings.
Je seered ti have Nature's long hidden se-
ctet of attract o'J. i tie was me sun 10 ine sea
emotion, which Vose and
To a Ladv,
BV OE0. r.-f BESI ICE.
Si s tldjsli
I iliiak ofj
tnee when morning springs i'
lep, -wilh plumage bathed pi dew;
pung bird, lifts herwings :
nqss on the welkin blue. J J - j
noon, the breath of love ;
wir and stream is wandering free.
music from the grove.
I ih'iink :ci' taee, '-then soft and wid.
Tlieevjpnjng spreads her robes of liht.
lalteh lite moon's Fweet crescent jppnpgs
thee 1 think of
oung and liiitiJ bride.
ing in the anus of night.
Sf4ian-3ed Judge MtHs a bbad parchmeot.
o er fteave( s ueern wcr "yt
ale forth. iike blessed things.
thee I thittk of thee.
Irliiiklof thee; that cye of flame,) ' Jf
Those tresses, falling brrght and lree. j
Ifcriiw i here "Beauty writes her uaine,
yii&pf lhee-I think of tee. M
TKFr.NG Dows PAVEMKjrrs.-Mlissaid;
he new pavement: or the raristan
cards consists of a mnss of small stones
iih. ird in titumen. This kind of pavement
hap bkea sefccteJ in preference to the ordina
i'ijy:SWte pavement, on account of in not
j,j.Ji!y fulri-h:ng ttaifriii lor revolutionary
: famine eyes, hardly
sive arches, lo
case proceed up dei
with the concentrated
of genius: but then his i
visible beneath their ma
dim, dreamy; almost unconscious;
clothing was so exceedingly shabby
court hesitated to let the
hb management. J j; . .." M--il
''lias vour name been entered On the
of he State? "demanded "the Judge, sispi
ciously. - . j. ; : r f '.
j lslnr.niatenal about my name's
on your rolls," nnswe'ed ihe stranger, hi
lint. cUrlmg up tnta a uendisu sneerJ
may be allowed to appear once by the
tesy'sf the court and bdr. Here is my lidensb
from the highest tribunal in America!' arjii hie
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i l ihp Piaminatfon of witcesses.tlie araal
ger evinced but little ingenuity, aa: wa :om
rs! ihoo?rht. He suffered each oae.tp til
b:s own story without, iutetrupnonp inpo
L Lj! I M.l.. ..Ill Anaialt ilkrTti
rje conirtveu iu uiic cvu -.. r
kr three limes. He pit few crost,qtiesdiprti,
-v . . .. : i -f.u 'LV
which, with keen, witnesses, omy, eeje
onrrpn mistakes, and Tie made 0 ;qan
which. in mighty memories, afwaytrjdso
embarrass. The examjin'atioo beioi rjde1, ell itself mig
counsel for the nlainuff he had tfu.:to
ihe opening speech, as) ell as thekist;tut
every one lit Jeqlrnea
iu rirmr aA nllnwed! the defcncV tol lead
; lie iwm", ' " i - . 1- " 1.
off. Tten a shadow might hafi treed ob
seiveJ lo flitau-rosf the fine, teat urts t.f Pike,
and 6 darken eten tne priguiejeay i f"ra
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t ioh before g
villpw in tl:
motion of an oak in
oi-all! thought and
felarld boiled in Li'Ipws, a3 heMchose.
his'greatest triumph was to come
Itisj eyelbegan io glare furtive y at the
rassirl KbpSiis;! as his leanLj taper finger
slow'r assumed the, same direction, lie
bemra the wretclJ aiound witlj a circumval
latioiJ ff jjtrtlng evidence and; impregnable
arguihantJ clitting off'all hope of lescape.
H6 rill 6p huge bastions of insuimountable
lacts. tldug Deneatn ine muraerer anu
slandferet'1' '.fept ditches jof dilenjmap, such as
nophffiry could overleap and do, stretch
of Isgeriuiltf evade; and having tfcus, as one
BiighVaay' isppunifed the victtmj girt him
I . ' i a . . t ' - r 1 I - f c - L
J XffX iree-VHSTrtoo in circle w uie. us
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i stMoned buMSblt lo the wou oi masearrei--
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" 0!hua 'b-Jl itf88 a visioo baia
Bfididieadful jo behold j the orator.
aceful as the wave! of
breeze, grew impetuoLs as the
the hurricane. Ilia
vtice became a trumpet; filled with w
i!d u birl-
efi and vet is
i te ear with crashep of pow-
ertnlngted all the while with a
swjet under sosg of tbe softest cadence.
His face was iterj atl a drunkard'shi fore
maniac; and" eve.
r heated fur
! haggard lAe
I a?d anon he Hung
on 1 high, as if gra.'bing after
drew a picture of murder
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u.icta teujltngot the beautilul as any la hd
seapo wh,atev!er. A London Inibrchqnt,
who, I believe, is still alive, while he as
r . '..:..' r i 1 t 1
in uie couijiry wiui a
mention that heihtende
nnon n liprl nf snow, arid went in f:
T- , - ---- p ,
assistance and a kind retreat from tin
ing storm, liut he returneu not 03
The' carliv "dawn had discovered; a
f . . - :i - I .
corpse oh the outskinsof i the retired vil
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P Fattening (Aiiinia
! As Ihe cold b'ghts aad mornings begin
come upon us,; it remmds us of ?'lattemng
time" and it behooTes us to look to the kind
and quality of food that we intend lo turn ti
flesh and fat, and o the disposition and nature
of the aniyia!' that we intend to fa' ten. It is
well knownthitloil, starch and I sugar,' are
three of the most imp rtant ingredients ta ftt
lening inimais.jariil": 3 'these, are not often
combined ia on sobJance. the judicious cul
tivator will so ;manfce that they shall com
pose the food for fanping his animals. 'As
corn contains riiore oil than any other grain,
and is easily jobtainedof course thssSvill coin-
pose the oil part wf, food. Now lot the starch.
The farrinaeeous vegetables contain the starch
such ns potno, ;carrot, beet. Sec, and ihe lu
cernes, such a? pes, cont iin, both starch an !
sugar. The next question isi how tiall ihf3
be led to hoi tsr (jattlein their raif lstat.1, or
rooked? A pets of thirty hogs m.ly be f at
oned on the same amount ol coked food,
that it takes I lo jfatten twenty ra!- Cooked
food for h gs.j that has sightly souud.
bind lu r to earth, and ihe longed to I will faitpn more-: utiediiiously ;han :perfeet!y
hd pious and devoted guardian.! 1 "A i SWPP. f110lt. I A kteer will take on fat in les
lri?Jntt'. Sh0 Wi,S ir3aie.1 wllh "$e'1 .ime. and with L tb.rd less food, when fed or
. iur v uivt- ir?jrvciuv tin; ci'rui'iii-cjl lei,
with her charms, and admir rig her bold-
nets, had ttccompanied her tukhc'goty field,
l lie cveiiuij un - is i.iuniny,ui:u is
no place (jra woman; pray return, and
leave' tne to seek your woundqd kinsman."
Astonished at the sound of i human vofce
she turned and recrgnized",iii the ."jirariger
the sentinel (ivho bad impeded her progress
without ihe dity walls. Kefusiing bis gene
rous oifer, she permitted him ; to aid! in j her
of j errand of mercy and love. v
.u i Long and tedious w as the s
sparch, but un-
from laV!"'mS' ar"' at early dawn ;bey rettirnod to
.i- i i the city, having failed to find the remains of
.loll- r,ni "'I'K
i uie! goou oiu niinisu r.
Caiiitirine j religiously kept
silent tohnb, he well nigh stirim
a fnghtlul tourney," tlvrovigo
inhospitatilo regiorh A moist violent storm
III I1IIW rillll WIIlll 1 I lt.l.11 I 1111 U 4llJ UllLi T ... ....
r I ' I t.tvn...l,.witrtr 1 . ? l- f I I ' fv t'lOAniin . 4
. f . j;i " l; ...I. . . c-u 1 1 in i ut;itu ui iouiii.i it.
pnnninr l iifii-f..iiT. rfj m.ii iw'Tirimr ii.i'.s i ri 1111 i . i
rv . I ffnri-Jiaiiavt l t v r- rr it? o mm v ft n i ii..
.i. L.ti.rr!.! ..LiLi,..U..i gcnetal
ill" ill I uc in 1'iu uiiuuq, uiiiiio uMnr.iKn.v4. cr l' JUi
, J 4 ili i i I. L-...V r Lore ft of her preserver anrl benefactor,
wfinlrvi-na . I lirt rrn i or. tw it Ii n. fcif vpfril v nt . I I 9
X f' i ' a ...i.i ' iLlL J,cl;Mi:c ; she was now alono in the worlJ, and young.
. I . , vil, ii , i ;, with a promise cf long life, there were no
icr w ord, and
tnaiideil the protection of the noble Ilussiao
n r, , i w- 1. , . i . ii
who oniercu ner weii turnisueu apaitments,
land yery nttcntioh to ., her comfort and
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fi . I jrt j a i i 1 1 t i L" I . 1 ' i' v ml?vj v-. i-iit. uiiiy ilvsiiwi iiiany niliu
Jrrtnl find! wlmtiin T hbnri'' Piacutated- . . .
, .I.; o, j - I i. i i" nesses from the youth lul Cossack, who at
the minister, ckovrouskt, lis .us subflued,. ,- , J , . . . t
gupom bis ear during ! f v , ,. - , r .i - , -
e: K i i -anil nrovi it ino Slrrnirih ill . h5e atfri.-hr.-mr.i
a temporary cessation ot the stonnL attracted . , ' - . . , - r ,.
1 "f J - . . r l.i .i : lv nroourinnr Upr relc-asa Imm rnnhnprnorti
his attention to the frozein ejTtibaLtikiiient upon ';' i 1 i
which rested the descried iinfant. He hes- j "'l, , i J' "m' t T, .nj
, : . j ,i !, ' . r lor her safety. .His assiduous attention to
ttated not to rt-nect upon ihe cruel huslor-' '., , )T . , , ...
, i, , , r ',i - . L , . her wants, and earnest eliorts in hei Leha I
u8e that had- bereft the ni'fant of parental ,;Y ' . . " , ,.,.j. r T
I .iiv,1 L .i-'f. i ) were not without reward; for she soon came
prui, no, ,-. nor '1 1 toi regard him asW hope
fruitless endeavor of oiscovmng those who,' ,i , J i , i r i. . urrv..;.,i
. i . t, ' ... jv. ? , T ,. r the lorJ of ner pltections.
the invstenous agency of. Htm who iJoeih !' ' . ; . ...
i i .iiiirii;! in . w i re him iiiii v i ii -
ll .1.:." ' II .'. V 4.u ' ,, " ".
ttU """rl"' V t l-fiur ' , 1 tent, and Catharine was employed in super
vpns wluih thev prv. r.i He'll with winded'.. ... . ml r I ,J ;.
- I . - J' r,.. , : intending their domestic athii
footsteps o its rescue. .raping it ti, his : , 0ni d 4he w;,s c 1
nend happfched to
kl the next vbar to
buy u ticket in the lottery; his frill d lie
sired he would buy onejfor him it tliej same
lime, which of course-lwas vcryj willingly
agreed lo. The, conversaiion dropped the
ticKet never arrived, tne wnoie pnair was
tniirely, forgotten when the country gen
tleman received information that .tho ticket
purchased for him by his friend hud come
pp a prize of t-ve ity thousand pounds, (about
SlOO.OOO.j I fJpon' his arrival in London he
inquired of bis mend, where heihad put the
ticket, and, why Ihe had not iDformedj him
that it was nurchascd. 'I houphft them both
i p 1 ; . -
the same day, mine hnd Vottr ticket, and I
flung them both! into a i drawer oft nW bu
reau, and pever thought -of! them kfierward.'
But how do you distinguish one ticket from
ihe other? arid why am 1 the the holder of
ihe'fortunato txket more than you?'. 'Why,
at the lime I put them into the drawer I put
a little mark in ink upon the ticket which I
resolved snouid be yours, and upon re-opening
the drawer I found "that the one so
marked wLs the fortunate ticket.' I .
"Now tiiis action appears to me perfectly
beautiful; it is le beau ideal in morals and
gives ibat :a!m yet deep emotion of pleasure
which veverv one so easily receives from
?, her refuge,! and
but a "simple
!;cuten.mt, were ihe only ocfupanis of ihe
iinrine was employed i
fjr domestic afTiiiri.
I .1 I I . a
day as stie was engaged in seining
tlic'ir-cusiomary j mCal, their
ample clohk, he hastsncd to reach bi!s hum
1.1- 1 I l.-.L. i ... -J"
uie iiouieuMiiai lio iiuyi.i iiuiiaicr. io ua ru- ,rrlo I ,,. mr,ri, f ,1,1
t.ei.ere tne spirit uau i eu to mat -"'s- ! anj lh3 voung officer, nddressi
covered cjoumry from .whose bourpe no-... aato of her
ttaveller returns.'' Art ved at fhe peacelul ; -0 i con(:hlded 'hh lh inf
the beauty of the. exterior world."
rLai cf n
h is Jong,
co,.1ig censigned his tejiidercharije to tho
care of hi j kind-heartedj housekeeper, and
again sallied forth in' search of other objects
of his benevolence. He- had not pro needed
far before his ntirntion was caned i to ihe
melancholy sc&ne before) noticed, j
t'apcrs Were irtind upon the un ottunatc nn!ieHbe tho wife of a soldier
stranger which induced Ith
'GifF.era!, wilPyOu sell your
And what will you do with!
l:.kc her my 'wiPj." '
" i"What say you, Caiharine
J turning to the blushing darnse
illcrj hesit.UMig response wd
ir fair' maid,
bg the former
but we must
? Cdod rtlirilSter v.-mt Jf n rVrrntl orinnrn'U
to believe tliat ho kriewj the parent of the Bravely spoken! from
infant which he had resell ed from thp ruth- vnu'nW. mine." hp. rrinineil-
i . . :i . i. .. . .!.-. : J - ' --- - j 1
less elements oi me nigm oeiore;! nnu no ; ..n the permission of iho.tr. It will!
sooner wa ne impressed wun ine.-i.uep man , Eo-imneditely lo'the Kmperbr's tent, and
uie resolution w as when io auujn mc .h'ikilt receive his sanction to our union
babe as bisiown daughter and to bring it up ' here, while I seek ati'audiencd
in the path of duty, ond 5n ;tlie lnurtti;re and , CS,
n..uu.,'Ar . t... i .t i,.;r,r. it... .1,.. i ii. , .! ' L
uuiiiuuiiiuuiui ,im.uuiu. V""5 v" ; in a tew moments ii young lieutenant ad
liist iribiitp ill ri-Knrf t 1p n;ii(J to the U mains ' . . . .. t.i ! .
r. ---- - .t i - : .a. ".my .w incfjuiK-isiia iemi iu
according to tne riics ot te uruPK
ef his .ybtitjiful prolog
Church,! .-The Czar. PeirrL AmnniU
he took jcliaige of its eflects for; thd jbencfit 0f Madame Catharine"
i Wtlfl fft ntlirL- ltl.-ii.iAti frnml.
I: 1 . C I I 11 V . iinmuil UllllV
! . 'l , l.1T. !'! . '1.' .
i ears onssed awav. anil tinuer mo onvc- t toitowea. anu. on entering ihe
tionate care anl protcctidn of die good pas- tent, discovered a throng of I
tor and hts benevolent companion, -atna- rounding one who was seateil
rlnc for sjtch she was named by her foster sshe rocrgnized as her affianced
i ; j'
ing step, slie
parents, increasec not onty in personal tvvtiere is the J'.inperor: f . dernahded
beauty and ' loveliness, but as she grew in Lutiiarine of her conductor.
years, developed those peculiar graces nud "There!" replied he, pointing to thd sol-
dijpositions.which became an amiable and i dici who was sealed
Toottt-p rav.'ing.' "We country doc
tors," writes af friend, "have to be dentists
as well tis druggists. 1 Our saddle-bags) are
our shops, and the turnkey a daily weapon.
few days ago a hearty young 'woman
called wii i another likelher, and asked me
to pull a tooth, which with much reluct imce
did, and vrth less reluctance took I , the
usual fee of "twenty-five cents. Iler com-
paniprt, plpjsed witli iheloperation, sa d she
had a! toot h ahat sometimes ached, and 'she
would like to! have t bujt now. I told; jhrir
she hod better wait sill it ached ngaind but
she said nv; she ivouid, have it. pulled; 'nnu
so l took i i out. ; Sheprdmsed 10 ca'l soon
and. bring Ihe pay, a she did not 'expect to
haver' her sooth drawh wbc-n she came, and
j she was nj: repKp-l the" tpjarter.
co, a day pr-two atlcr4 sne catioa ana. 01-
fered . sr.e ki halt d(tllarl but fortunately I
had ho change, and e said It made no dif-t
fcrence, for . I could just 'take it out in pull
in hnothelr tooth, which he knew would
ache1, and she wou d a greatdeal rather
have them (pulled be ore they bad chance
to ache. So I took out soother, and made
the chapgej!"" Was n't that girl a philosd
pheressL atid would n't she make' a capital
in.nrivrl 1 I , T
Ivew rVEilioii oi ScRipTURil. A friend
in Pennsylvania wriles: "I heard of a new
Bible-reading, in a Sunday-school not tong
since, wnicii some nai amuscu me. jns
of the little urchins, (after reading the admo
nition to love the Lord with all the Mieart;
mind arid strength, ate-, contmaed: I h:s is
o-i . . .. . -.
a first-rate conimarjdment, nnd the second
and liny arm
in such mppallmsjfcolbrs. that id, comparison
i!t ip f mi? lit beasnstuerea oeaauiui. . xie
painted he jlaiidiW W black, khat the; sun ,s like tinto it: 'Thojii ahati love thy neigh
such aii accuriei dDoiisjtii; and then he fixed
a2itatioh of the auflie
iag brolof Hopkins,
ihere Joirever, The
bor ns, ihy self.'
so oau, niict uiu
'Jie boy's version 13 not
It is estiraaielthaij the 'yield from the Ca"
lfoAiiu 'Mines.'for ihis vcar. will vary but
Hale (rim 550,booioo.- ; ; U L::
Thtt is my husband.
"He is thy husband, and Czq
likewise, broke out the Em
grateful daughter: And soon s-he wa ena
bled,' by- assiduous attention to the wants of
their declining years, to testify her npprecia-
tiomof their self-sacrificing devctionof her j was he;) and presenting her 'to
youthful day. i I ' .' ' bade ihcm ackpowleldge the hi
The Czar of Russia, not content with his ', rine as ihe future Euipreis of fiussih
widely, exscinded domains, and, desirous 01 1 j .
the conquest arid annexation, of , Livonia, l " Wotp abe Things." Yes
had already! marched hii forces upon ihe times very dangerous Ijiiins, ; toi
thirteenth year, when his formidable rannon
Catharine jhad aHained her ! jie g
re-arms, a&J ! ghruild fee handled very
1 J- r..t , I -
1 l - ir J :., .k u ,7 ' rare vi your wru or VOU
annniinr.i-i In lha innHL.ncin lrihnii innlH tnA . - . ,i .
aiiuuuiivvu 1 ...u . .v'i.. .jo vi 1 .i.-i.". - -
bombardment of -thpir quiet towni' j With
views to her safety, he was separated from
the aged pa: tor and isent to his sistert Alex
ia. The patriotic Skovrnuski remaned to
assist fn the defence of . his native iii
iui me eiRjiiaui inn mfircu iiviiui nun- , . ..... . . ; ... - .
J , . 1 . 1 lu i .' ..LL:,, 1418 "Jiving -in iis way and a mac's
irTfsnnii lritf. u -th ft iim iii-uuia km an tunuci . 1 t y
.-...' I. 1I...1 LL. ( is the nejil thing to his life. It hi
captives of war and subjects of the iEmpe
c T - f :i : '
roroi xiusaia. - 1: . t
.... . ' .. . - 1 '1.1 ,
ihe humiliating hews
may hurt somebody vrhari yoii !n't mean iq.
A rein's "grul" . maj depend upon his
neighbor' grammar, and accusatita ol hor
rible sins may grow om of nothing but syntax.
A-' worthy clergyman once came
j.Tfs mirjiilf r's tis me was ment'ried in tenn
' Mi-1' 'ii r ,i - . 1 .
cws spread likji light- j.,of eulogy one evening at a social
rjnr jt rfitch"tiej eager1, his pans,' w&e a ft-ron prco
cooked food, pbrided the foe ib-eon tains oil,
statch and sugair. Ahnther inipor'flAt matter
to be attended jto n fattening animals, is" to
look p-eil to ii.posi'tio:is. Two rjoiet good
dispositioned liioga, wilf fatten faster, and
take oa more fat on halt the food, than four
gaunt igrumblefs; and in fatteni.ig; a steer it
a positively 'money jsave ' to knock a ii-f-ctouSonein
the head before attempting to
fatten him; fat.'piiljr accitniulates during 'rest
and sleep, any janiinal that is disposed to be
quartelsoine anil troublesome is not worth ihe
food lo fatten jt the Ciit breed of jiogs ara j
noted fur theirljin J djliios iioiinnd they lake
da fat remarkhbjy et&fE'a and tazj.W-.n
an iild' adage, Laugha'ad ivr fai' is ant4,':t - -and
we knowuat-H applies, as well to ahi-
nals ast.9 nVeaJv Cfeaiibntss! is another indis
pensible resii iff b?rirr on fat; the aahni! '
thaLis kept clean I will fatten on less food
than one that j wallows in I mire. ' A beef
risoner?" i$hou!d be curried atjJ combed; hogs jpbould ba '.
ber?Jil j fwc.'l littere.ao Occasional dufting ofasLes fa
FiLe heg's siep(ing apartmerii will peofser-'
vice; it drives eff vermia ajid keeps their
skins clean. Aj hog that is Well lejd, and of
a kind ,disjiosiCipn,'wiii come) to ifsjfceder to '
tbe curried and iscra'ched as: regular, as any
oihei pet, and a$ curryng and scratching in
duces con!emmtjnt, 'content helps lay' on the
fat. We iay ' jienl dvimesiicjate aiiJ gf-ntl
3; "I j Would
than the scr-
of our maj
all animals thaf are to fatten j'
r of Utissia
eror, (lor it
I, '" SOItlUM
eais of CatharineJ than sn? determined to
return and ahare the fate bi her aged: bene
factor. ..'- : - :-. --I " I ::R.'U-i i -1
Th rluskv Bhades of evehing wefe just
closing, nsi a horse reeking with foam, al
most ready lo sink from exhaustion, rrjaclied
ihe border f the wood naicst the gates of
Marrie!nbur&. Emerging; from the sljade of
the trees, itb progress was! suddenly aheccd
by a soldiejr seizing tho jbridtci and jrudoly
demanding ( 1 " ' i ,'';. :
"Where tore you goingTj? I'
"What ii -that to yon? j was the peremp
tory reply; H am in hasti, and pray you al
low me to pass unmole6icj(l."li jfi j : ' ' ;1
"I mposs bte!". replied jhe flentineV "thou
art a Liviwian, and know Livonia1 -belongs
1 day to Peter I, of ' Russia, lou are,
therefore, my prisoner, anidtiriust be conduct
ed before pur general." ?. :i ; ! , '.;!;
Arrived at the general's tent, she threw
Uir r, 1 !; Punt nniT AnmrtmitHl lhp nrivi-
ntiotii "i .....-- . .. r-- , ; , tLi r. .r
fr hor rmtPoir,r arrtonfr the Sydney omiin praises ine irw? oi wu-
l.f4.. niL,i . ,K .ihVnr hr i!A,tih. kX ford's nigs, for the "genius the display for
astonihetliatherjcouragcl ihegeW abgrarjob esity.and the laudable propehsajvotOiv
pi 1JIV WUJ f
s which ara
faced, wiggih lello'V of con tibial, habits, ob
1. - . 1 ,1 1
served that be quite agreed with ike rest in
their praise of Mr. A. ' We havi often 3-ak
brandy end water together," ssid the Io;i
t icari(.r"a.nd I consider him one of ihe pleas
anient fellpwi I" ever knew!" - A pretty cop
pliineot to a clergyman and a teetotaller!
The story 1 got to the deacons and ihe ..deacons
brought it up ia the church. -The j par
son was arraigned and confror ted bis ac
eusef, who declaredihat what le had said
was strictly true, bol was obvious y m'isunder
stood. I "It in a soieaio fact,rtsid tke wit
ness, "that jour excellent minister anJ mj
self hare drank brandy and wattjr together
but then 1 drank the bnifldy and hi the xetUtrl "
And that was the whute story ibal ta J
nigh ruj acd the' paron
1 iiii..- . . 1 . , -
1 - "7.. ". '"' 'ft "-';-v '-, ;.--.'' "-1:V. 'v-l'-'V '-'i'V
I- '-'ii"'! fer-T mm?mm'
ed her review on condition of her return- flbLip desert the cheap regions
ing to hi.ii wJien sheihadilcompijeted her j nd cggWrateon th,e par
. v . :-: rfi .j( fc . . ' r Vriwonh; riiixrenco a pound!
-, i. i
if. ir' r'
' V- i-U
" t -!''" na:
' ' ." - - '
' : ' - V-
1 ; j 1 1
Froin the .llnrriean. grricblturist.
For several vears.it have kaid
tcntion to fattening hogi, and find)
1 1 . t . ' ; 1 c 1 a
win innve mucn lastr oa cpm ana, sweet
potatoes, or ori . peas and sweet! potatoes,
than they will on any one of these alone
I am wijll satised, also, that jihey will faitett
much faster on boiled! arid rtjwl fqod mixed
than ihey will rjn either Separate. T'ie vear ;
belore !ast, 1 turned myiogs into a potato,'
patch, and ever) evening fed rhem with cn
The old hogs jsoon got vfry fa', hut m
the lot ihe re were ten lirtig-lged Jiigs not a
year old, .wliichi, at the tilirre; t killed the old
ones, wer in as good orderfoi runpin rac s,!
perhas, as hog could M put ia for thai pUr-
pose, i I 'despalited of making thera f(
enough for bacon, but, as I;did ndt wish toj
keep them another year I derermijiied iii liyj
what effict cooked food woull have 00 lieu
as I was well convinced ihatithey couU'not
be made fat otijiawcorn ani potdfoesand.1
with this view, I put them into a close pen
with sufficient fine stra w in j it to kcr) tha-
hogs fro.ii the dirt. I then boiled sweet po-t
tatoes until they would iiiash up fieefy, into
which I stirred roro meftl uitili. the ; while
became inusb; add after ei uirg them un thi !
uBtil thejr-. appeared satisfied I j give j ih nir
cornJ.thea.raw ioiatoesraod jonitiimei lur--nipi?,
with the torjs on. Under llikirehltiiient II
1 hely fattened -faster than i!hadjseeh bugs'
before, j la! two weeks alter T put ihecjl itlio! . J
the close pen iher were' fax aodtgti r any,
ae.. fatter ihnn ibey ever ' coalJ jave! ber
made oa tir . that ast4r any' lone! ki'd, j
"Of-foo.,-: Y- -. t' ,. Uf- '! . )r '
Hog!onght neiver,! be on i AW of.,p!ankt
nor rails if pinesirawcarj be had.tecsul il.leyj
caiinol jhe uiaTeT comfortable jipn! a H'Jor cfj
wbodi Fill lire pen twi fee deejij w 'tlj pfcerf
straw, and when it becomes foul rul inmori" .
straw. In this way, thp hogs car bej'maLlap
comfortable, and ou part of ihe manure n,i ;
- r ' - - - jA. t:. AII.M3ST.
Ma cox, Ga., July, to. - jjj " j ; ",
To MAxa ilcM LV. Th Sbutlij .prb
linian says a neighbor slate. ibat , hfg lapl
is the best thing he cart'find ii mis wijV'i
dough tie girts to bis bens. ;Hej saHl thai';
one cut of this fat as
trge as a .wainnrw m
eet,a ben lo laying iriirriediaitijr fter
been broken up foci sittings and ,at, by
feeding tliem with fat . ccas,ollr h's heoi
continue to lay- ihiouzh 4b wh
n iiivci. l
Maxh Oi. At.hefr; Pl'ttiel Aaier- .
icau Insiimte, New Yittk, the(-
posed ibe largest evVf fknorth- He is P"-! ;
ly of American ttick-.aild ,ll? b eihdHvJ f i i
the approactiiiiif wona s f aur ai uojiwa
' -'.' " '
TIip Anijt.al n K. nearS old.
.- , -, . ' t i ' 1 . r .
aa j measures J4 teet la leett' aait,.