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IUBL18H1SD WEEKLY BY -Jwf
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eaid,xipt Btthfr option r jlii) pt)Uibr.
1. Subwrilisn wlio Oo not plve expreif notice to
b contrary, are considered M wisiuiij 10 coiinniie
hli Ailliutrlntlntia. ' ' . " v
' 8. lfnbcrier ttrflof 1U rltntontinrmnce of their
f por,-tho puhlliherscau continue toaend them un
il all urrear(ta are paWI. ' ' ' .
3. irjuuecrioera nopfi'sctorreTaae io innwiinnr im
part front the oce (o whit h they are direct, they
are hold responsible till they tattle , their IU1,ikI or
der the paper discontinued. ,. .
. 4.. If any utcrller romove to another place
"Ithont Informing tho publisher, mid their paper U
ent to Hit furmor direction, tlic tubscrlUer held re
Jpoulbl; ' ; . ' . '
i. The courts hare decided that rofrrtlnrto tnwe a
aewtpiiperfroinf the office, or remiirl nf a nd lenvln;
iluncalleil for,ipriinafuoieeTldenceiif Intentlouul
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HiTIss t '..jiivciiriMnu:
One aqoare B'O enu
Tliroa-fourUw in., :
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13 OU; 1(1 IX. W IX
15 H.!2 W lit.
One col utiii.
mj'.'S in (V 130
' l.nu.'i.l .lvi,rtii,Min(ii4sclMLrired at ralv ullowed !ty
f w. from which 15 -per tent.- will lw deducted, ror
.dTanc piVinnnt.'' .v . . .- ; . .-. n '
Catunl er tmiiaiuut adrertiaeiuonl'iuurt be paid
fer n advance. r j , ; ,w , ,.
Adrtisi)mcnts not linvlrie the nnmbar of lincr
't'out marked on copy, will be-cwntinuod miUl Tor
bl'l. and charseil ri)ely. ' ' ' - "
JiUSlXKSS D 1 1 'IK O ; V O It Y .
T, A. PLANTS, Atunney mul OouiwhI..!'
at l.w," 111111 ry. O. OiHi-r hi tin- pourt I1.n". '
iTZTimink. ..... . p. .hmv.
BURN A I' & STAN BE RY, Ati'.rn'T9
. and Counselors ut Law. Particuliir iittcnlioti paid
. .to th collection of claim. Offirc on F mnl Street.
- at the hnd of Stiainlioat Lundliur. a Cow ii mr ciisl
of tlie"Cilioii Hoih','1 I'oincro). p. g-:tP.-K ;
SIMPSON k LaSLEV.- Aiuinieyn.se
Coutireloraiit law" and -iicmI cltci tlni; ngrntt,
fouieroy.O. iifltco in Hie I'vurl-Houw. 5-ly.
ioN. iiaV." - JV ,. tlHluT. "V 6 7 u-Hiiuiui, iiirnuumuuiiui
HANNA it EARIIAKT, Attorneys 'at 'many worshipera I .'ad. be.r. murmured in
Law, Pomerov. o. All unius entrusted u thci j her but ,bhe possessed a pure, strong
jkt H1 reeeltro lrm j.cJ,j?ja.uM.: , WW1WII). 8(H,f w.j,ic, fiaueiy ,-ould not
THO MAS CAllLETOS; .Attorney ' and tXM witii its poibuii.' A proud but iovino-
- Coaim.'lor nt Law. oiei l.lnnjrarurt. fust tldi-, , i , j . . . a . j i i l
two .ioota'.ove T. J.Mriiili-iShoc iiir. niipltc, nrai.i otai in nei oosoni, ana U J.a.J Deen
the Keinlnirlou Houjj. All bn-in. M uutmUod to j iear'tfsely KUI'lfnilrt'rd at the eat llfrtl, pas-
ittocafmrocotv, "; Jt io.w .oil of Harry St. Lerr.
tvVr.'.'V. , V ,y nJr-i-K-'A"6'""Hrm' Hher o tlie aiiifcipailona of her youth
K?.i.!t n-..fd Wn. UncLuJed
' attend th aeeerul'Tnart (f Miir '"'t.:.r t'v ' liilhi, l-tll Hrt liie .hour drew near
h'1s" f "' U"""'' U.M7."V-'"J 'w-'iT' 1 ivl"c" lu I'er, ftaure toahe
1 r! 71nZx'.'Ti J i ! kl'''r ' her, -wimi -wtnider that her
S'YtRlitlTH.rijrViTMVi . ("! tiT-: "'" w i" -wrd her hand in serious
dors his professiiu.r
ti4 w rviccito tlie'C titi isiil ll.e
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CTKITUU -STATJSS HO i'ii-U,-rW. , A.
Hudso. Proprietor! Cfu nicny rycul.!. . M A.
Websltfrl one au'.mr
uui-vv me lion i.ir iwui.rtiii v-
' rov, o. My enii-'uvors ut iu-coiHtnoojne "in in.-ui ,
t and banal iu Ilia lit si in .inner; 11 r. tl ckui t. tn .
. etaoivea cout.itity iuurossiiijr joarotMicv... U'5:l..:
' iiiry'iois CKOC I'. H I Ks -1 '4.t l' i i ?t fi
A. L S l" AX JiB'U HVW lVat tirtavr,!!
Rice' Bulldine, coraur (Tronf 'aiAi' Ki.ce Sirjcls,,
., Mbldliiporl, uliio. Country .Mrrthuntaimd KiMnil !
GrnciM are osn-iel illy r n i't .! f.. cut. nil fl u l!
SAA0 KALLEH. Olothier, (inx er and
Ory Coods llcHlbr, firt Flnfii (ilm'vit Dominlly b
Jifniiiinc' neur Itui Knllln-MIII. Pnmcroy. (.
Cenntry Merclmnla ilrn Tespeclfnlly requested to
- call and eaaiainft uy stock -of GrmM-'ricii, s I, an .
rntiflitiuit tlinl I ciiiti'iit I"' unrt.'rsold. l-3
. .'. .ti i i.'ls m. t ll i S hTs. i .
I'ODI ICIt Y ItOI.I.IIXdi Jtlll.L O
Keen 'constaiiilr'oti' hand ami ' inaiiuiac
tare to order, nil kinds and 1r.is of flut, ronad and
quare Iron or superior quality, wiucii inef oner,
vrliolesule and r-t.iil, at current rules. . Also
American mid ftwedo nail roils, steel mnl Iron
plow-wines, cast mid theiir steel, wuitoh boxes
Hcrsp-lrou and kidney ore taken In wxt'liang. .
T3-l. L. A. OftTKOM. Mipt.
5TEAM SAW MILL, Front m reel, l'om-'
roy, near Knrr's nun. il:il n, ye, fniprictor.
Il in Iier suweil toorderon short notice,
lath con -tiintiy on hnnd.ir Miil'ii..
JOHN S. DAVIS, has his Mailing Ma-:
etllne, fwi fliipur Klin, fmnerny, In good oriler. and
constant iperatlJii. Ploorlng, wutluir-li(uirdliiir,
Vc. kept enstiintly on li.ni-1. to all or.'ers. l-lii ;
.leu bi.iiv. ... j . ':,,';.'!' i
PE'i'lili LAMUKEUBT. Watchmaker 6r
Dealeria VVutches, Clocks, Jowel'ry iirtd Knhcy
r. Articles. Court-ttrcol, below the now Hanking
House, Hnuiuriiy. Watches, Clock mid Jewelry
; carefully repaired on diort nntlcu. . ' . 1-1' ;
W, A. AICHELt, Waudimakcr and Jew-j
i elor. iin'l wlmlesaio and retail ilw.lor In Watched
i Clock. Jewelry ami Fancy Goods. Froiit-st.,abov
the Kenilagtiui House, Comoro) . Purtu ulnrutle.il
tion pnl'l to re pnl ri mtal) a nicies 'n .niy line. 1-1
HOOTS A K I) SUOKS..
T. WHlTh,.SlDlC, Manutaetttri-r-of B.iola
and Shoes. Pront Ktraet, three iloora nbevo SnSha
.. bridge. . The best of work, for Ladle and Gentle
men, iniioe lo i nler. (1
LKATHKK lIKAthKK. .
MoQUIiiO &i SMITH.. Leather DeaWs
and Fluilor,Conrt street. 3 dr below tlieHuuk,
. and uppoU Brancb' Store. Poimiryy.O . . i
ttTTfl A O.niTMBull n.mr"! Sail tusj
ty-dve cent per buhel. OtHca ncdr Ilie Purnaet,
ni-i --.-r .....iiiii jiiiw,.'
, rOMKKO V -Salt Company - 6alt twenty-.
" cinf net hnsimi. ' ' ''''; !
DAiNEV 'Salt..Company, Coalpor.l.: Siilt
,. twnt-Byeeonia,irhiiiliel for-ouiitry trade. ,
ft. W. COOVKK:
F. E. UUMrilREYe Blai kmtth, in.i hi)
new boltding, naek otihM Bankbnlltl4ng, Ponierdyi
Job Work of all khds,J4orOflioerjig'.sJe.exeuied
with nutnossand dispntch:
v.-. K.bl3rlW'tAg4-4tHrK,-.;tr,'-e' i
LYMAN, Haiirier'Rrid Glazier, back
l.'rsow at H. UMiWrecht's Jewelry Rtrtre.'west slrle
.lOiirl sieeatt Pome roy, )
1 .... " ' .''. MtlOUbKrYi '1 "'' .i'.'j
"0H E!SEL$T!N. Saddle; Harness ami
J Trunk Bfanufucnirur. Freut Street1. thfioi'dorskOJ
' low Conn.-Ponrrty.. will eKociite. all Work ttn
i trotted to hi tun wlth AentdeMand lepatli. fSsdi
dleseo'ten up in tlio newteat style.; ,- v. ; !!$ j
1 1, 1 1 1 f v. 11 1 '
CA RK1 AWE &' W AO N M AKI NG by
Jf. BLrr7. Front. Stroet.lrna ornernelow the
ffnlllnsr-WHI. Pom-roy, O. ;AH nrlle In hi line
('of buslnoa manufactured at rcnsonoblo rnto, 11 nd
'"thev are especially reeoumieuded for airniDlllty. j
--ly. ' -' ' ,...v"'..
fETERCROSBlE,, Wagon, M ken Mul-'
. orry'trect, w-jl tide, throe .daora Ituek street,
Poiaeroy, Olilrf. 'Mansfarlure of-Wngrttir,'! Bugj
.-jri CarrlagHi) -All ordtni. fittod tmihorl
'. net ice. , .- .;. 1-1: ;
it uin uaj.i, : - rri
. immls Intl.lM, On,l Iftorrl
A atldSlwnarl. O.i -Jill .onartrllona DMrtwtnliis to lb
yrofewion ptotapuy periorneu. iiiobi"w i
ajtoe t JMt raldfy, If dndlrfd.
n ' -
t ' Jm i M 1 1 ' i ' ' ' -- ,- 'in, - - ' i ..uimnu.au i ni'"..
' ..- -j.,.,, iTO,,,....,- r '. " ... nnrrnTnt.- - , ,',,,, 'inmif .uu F
h.iuiimi ii in ii mini hi mi I .in.
.0.5 0 -IT-'
i ii.,: iiij nw
,TB , C0Q THAT ppt S IN KOH TBS BIQHT,
f,".f. ! l."tT Mftv .?mC. ' W .?.ef ..U
-JIW tht your upper anTbp'ttomdngi..1!
And youroutslife do! Id th Oght,
HsTeeeeli had thtdf H-4et tne 4i !,
, Forth dog that gnnip for tU rlf ill.
When Jittt doff ot i'lil; on 1 wronged', 1 11
HoclnJ-with all kialnlxh' ' - ' "' ''
for the little dnjrl or loe or Win, -; '
Bott the dog that (01 iu for the right ''e'r
He ro, fbft time; a bottom slow 1 ,UftiJ '
Bath kno, by l) linllncl hrlnht, ' " 'l ;
. TImm the doirtlmt will come oet a-tnp In the nd,
It the dog that govt In for til rljiit. " i
But ha'snnt o telllsh. ouite.' ' V '
As to care for no other dog hot himself t "
vitv mil vci it, lor ,ii ngiiia
HrVil'l rtrcj sn'mctlmO, and jlien yon iinitVnoW,
HtrvfngToiiirtit.WhilelielrvMi dgnlitldicHt, '
Ho will ufo, without foil, where the rood dog go,
Will tue dog tliut goes In for the right.
Fo hrfre'sininrier'willi he.tith aha" tuciMs,' '
i Tu (he dng tnnt's iy lieurleihllghVi,
Th noble dojr .tiie generous doir-r
f The dog that goes In frir'the riithtl ' p: 8
tWritln 'for Ballou 'Pltltoriol.f
THE WIFE'S TRIAL.
By' CARRIE 'E.'
;. s I . i n it1
It was Marjjaiet Wiirtei o'' Wedding day.
Tim western' tun slied A flood of vndiaiice
inio lid- boudoitYliglitinir'up with maific
jluw her .dai'l',. Queenly buauiy,, and weav-;
injj a cimltft t yultleti lays around - her
rich; blikk hair: ' It was her last hour in
llifit deaf-,' iiiniiliiif fotiin'; ihe 6a;ied shade
in whit: Ii she' had , clieiished . heir girlisli
linn-its,, the iullowti.J temple wlieieiii the
tirsi loud, pure dieamsol maideiilioud liaJ
lefii-finiwl to iier eoul. . What ijlowinjr
hnpi'8 hiid bfeii tiui lured in thut calm soli-
lude! what llnilling visions ol lutuie bliss
had shed thfir hl.. within its walls! But
now .ilie 'H8l, was (!mecraii-u by them,
and (he nt-ai, the dawning Future, would
u mister her to new and untried scenes. 1
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,U'K' "I " il.trii iPiii t'iion:
".''1 fame a (juit k Btt-p in the hull,
;an(l a liasiy knock upon , door. She
: dnwher enBhrnere wraiipepuiore-crost-W
HbuUiJr. billshed back the liavv n.as.,..s
i - r
, oi nnii-uibiieieiieu iniir- Which haU. lalien i
over linr luce, anil alinost Oc fore she could
reply, thV dooi opeiied and her fover en
leied: '' if. ' ' t -,,: : .i ' .... ;
'AJy queen, 'my bride,' my own Mar
yaiet!" was ins toiitl, earnest greeting. s "
An till wi inied glow llluniinaied her dark
fye, aiiii a iadia,iitmily rij'iplcd ove'r Iier
beau ilul codiiteiiHiice. . ; , . . .,
'1 hoi glad you' have mime, Han v,V
nhe niui mutxtl. "I was just wishing' lov
y.iti. ( X want to talk loyoti a little wliilp."
"An hour if vbu ;chiite, so you don't
delay iliat precious! moment winch lb to
make you wholly,- altogether mine.'' (
bi.e responded to his enthu-i tm 'with' a
soil, tremulous sigh, and with an-almost
leai l'iil 6iiiile, slie nun mured, 'Hatiy, you
aie sure, wry sure you love ml-?'' . J '
"Love' : jou. my lilv-qiti eii! Why,
tlon't you knluio that I worship .yjiu';' .th"1
1 am juiir cpiiy slave; thai I ,wyuid die
lbr JOU?!V :' . . . . i' ;!.'.-,;' ,
"Ah, Hany, yu'are so enthusiastic,"
she said,' ye-t smiling w ith jiiy at his earn
estuess.'., Bukaie J'w su. it. Will last?-
Will you elmpr ltrte meVwiihVihe fond
devotion Of this ). our?" i; ' , -a
''Have 1 not sworn it, Margaret? But
wnal ' black 'Uiloiid ' ha iuteivened its
shadow ptii wtjivtsiiit) Jmd my ;iv. r,ame
here witli a 'bounding pulse il.inking to
timl you inipaliertli Idr pie.i v. Ailing 4o wel
cdmd'ntD' with tuide-like' tenderness, and
iiutea'd, To'ijj ' are a e we'piiig'- Niiibe; whit
lias'tiaddeiied,yoU 'eo,. my iiargaret,. inv
peal'l?'',.! ... . ,.,..'-...,K ) M::-:v.it.-.y
i "It U wrong, Harry; for me to distress
yoa'wi.Ti my' weakness; but ! cannot re
strain tjiis lei jing of ,, uneWs.', Xfc
seem sucii real, arnest ilhing, m Hie
liijht oi this. greats change;, love, look to
I '" 01 'ol '""f"
in'-vi niuio inoiiieiii. inan ever oeiore.
S n'Ui, wnai i att)lu Oo-MMVM jny , pa
urem BiVjiiiippy nome, mi the Ion
1 rue. atteuitKi.wiiclif luifr fhithert. ncom-
pajlsed my life,' and place my wlrole being
mm imjjjjiiicos in jruur hois tare ana Keep
'Iftf.' 'f .l:-"a i-'..".i 5,:r.i.'j-rt
"Weil, Margart, ' lo you jfalter? i la
)m uuv iu uie..uea man ,u was yester-
ony. ' - -
.'No, 'Harry, C 'oiily realize'-more per
fectly than evei' belbie the' weightiiies of
nie .11 tpoiiMUimy,., y, ! ,JTou were -ever
10 weaiy ot Dtei ever lo grow. txiW. r m-;
dirlerent to rtiK'its so niaiir husbands do.
it would bre'at. my . Ii6aii'' :' ' :'.l'r'"i'.'..
"eVy?? )r, MarJtait t.V was M'gk
W.' 1 KteV yiwr Awee ifaeei4d4e-
figured ,by, those fduus tears, and I thall
always" foe your bi.uiidefi Mifall:0 Tf'iiif do
ntit ktibw liow 1 W(rshij'youi'wo4ideVful.
bewildering be.uy"Margaret, or you
cwjrdiieverou'bt ijne." P , F
1 ."ls" that tlie (reason, yoij" nee like Yo
see me, Jo 'tears? she asked. c
Yei;''aiidii1etfj; tears are espeially
dwpleasiiigf lo ifie. betwuAeiii'eV are iiaused
by ;yotti-; ; nloyal tlistrusti ; However, 'I
itVppose all-, WiKueo are'iiair or Wb-wnjik
Lsnd.fiefvous at; oi.h a 'iiui(r. " is it not' (Yd,
fotvo to tbese Jtpnl elite.,'
- -' -.-'
j ,ii ,', .j ',. j ,r.,iVJ ., , 1 ! , 1 '
i Mttfgwetit)) poll Smjp,Jk
Iier Joverjliifi. Joypus, moorj ikvited to, no
tieepn ifonfideriuei ka he", put back
ilie.put ..pai't Pne
weight o( enilling doubts
. ,w(icij sui ,op
pre88ed;ber,,8iid culling up heT sweetest
smiles, she eppke crjer(uily qf. jtheir "'fa
lure, itrid bade! him iebali'lici bd
eyer enterirtined a fvnr.,,(,', V't. .,;.,';
. .''Ab, now my brilliantWr pjfjove be
gins to Bliine out -.; frony ithc., encircling
yflporsl v,Lit the gentle ephyrsdisppw
llirri,mj idgrlirig, andf wbe'o'l. rturn to
clairu mv bndeJet me find, her rar'iant
Jn lie'r ,pwo ,ynpprVL'baWe Ipness.--
And .Avii' one 'onJkisg,.', wbfufi, h4vtl-
Wsrmthifnotthe cBlinneM bteinwritT, he
I9ii,ner.rp ..i,j- ..; , vi., ,, .,
, i"Dear Harrvl',',she murmured, as the
door closed;,, ''he'is eoenthusiusiie- Kis
spirits are so airy! , Shall I v'er be able
to realize ail his unbounded anticipations?"
Harry had. been aai. youth a 'wor
shiper at vnrious shrines lon ere he had
seen Mariajet VVitljer6.i' .'i'hath had bfen
twice be lore engaged. he was well aware;
and from his. own, conlession, she had
dim. consciousness not only that his im
pulses we're wayward ahd inconsistent, . but
that his-standard of wifely perfection was
laised to tin nlmost airy 'height, and that
any.jlailure lo, ;iei! it would, ,b very
likely to be visited witl the, severe punish
ment of iridiQerence and neglect,' Was it
any "ivonder that even Iier perfect and un
faUertiig devotion w'h: dimmed : by'
shadow, of self-disl4:U8t?,; .i,M,.,j .-; ,....t
t,But her bi;ide8m.i ids entereda bevy of
LJIllLVIlll,, CAUMCU 1119, IllkCHIl upi'11 .111c
festal decoVati'ons ar.d her' Sober thoiisrhls
wire tahiehed by the ariay of bridal finery
which !whs 'Rpivad out before her. , An
hour later,, . liar. y knocked aain.at the
door, and 'hit time xhe met him with glow
ing', happy' smiles. , "
' "Isii't she beautiful? isn't sho Superb?"
wa" the cry of the exilied maidens, as
Harry stood i,egardltigt':ljer,.;wUh. fervent
admiration. , ;-,.r.,, j ..;;,.;.,. j
. -'.vSha is jriore than beautiful) she is, di
vine!", was his earnest exclamation, ','" ',
"Is it my leaiify, theti',' tltat he W6r
ships?"1 thought ' Margaret,- Badly. " :."0i
frail; 'frail tenure,, by which to hold so-wayr
ward ,jieart!" . 1 ; , , :J I, ; .1, .. , .;,
., .Biitiis glance was so fond, q forvenl,
the pressure of his hand so . re-assuring,
and above all; the tovett 'hhti "ioi thiit she
resolutely dispelled the doubt, and taking
hii proffered arm, descended to the draw
1',A:,crowd,.'at, admiring guests echoed
tlie praises, of her beauty; but - the. rosy .
blush which' gleamed through' tlie 'midst
of the' 'bridal 'veil,1 was ink' 1 the blii-h ilf
tifraiifieil 'vanity,-a purer,- holier feeling
warmed; her hetrt, and sent the 1 ,fVeur
irr.t in sparkling edJies to her face.) ,,'j'he
vows were spoken, the marriage blessing"
pronounced, and Harry St.' Legere pressed
his lips to those of his happy, unresisting
brtdei' .'? - .-i-ij :; .j:.fij''.-.i . -,, i-.
Two years had passed, and-Maraiet
was : mother .now..; A.(lm :iiight-lamp,
burning in her nu!-scryrchmber, revealed
the stilT proud. and beautiful wom.iii bend
ing fondly and tenderly'over" the 'strfiwy
liest which held herdalling tipasure:'1 Hot
tears were' iallina! fast oven tits innnceiit,
sleeping-fai;e and wjil) frantic, (anguish the
niotlmr pressed the baby-l'orm to her ncli
For the first six month after marriage,
Han y had been 'as'tendei and devoted as
the most exactinjjf aifectioti coultK'desiiv;
then a slight coolness .became apparent in
his manner, but Margaret thouglH, ,'',T'ie
husband has a more constant drain upon
his love than 'the suiior, 'one must n'ot't-i!-pwd
hini to be puntftilttius in little things;"
and with 'true womanly magnanimity, .she
ivdo'nbled her quiet, unobuusive endeav
ors to, please him, and. render his home
worthy to qe still tlie sacred temple of his
affections. ' But strive as she' might, she
coiild not disguise the'totr- apparent' .fact
that his interests and affections were grad
ually ..becoming .alienated, and, his..lncy
beginning to roam. Sorrowfully sue coii
sulied her mirror, to know if her personal
attractions 'were 'decaying, ' and turned,
away to5 weep bitter1, bitter tears. , Still a
warm hope lingered, Ji) her , heart; there
would come a lime surely when this cruel
injustice would be rep.tired, and wtlh' tlie
hirtli of her "babei'h'er' hieart leaped up' "to
meet ihe longed-fof endearments of hei
hiitiband'a love. t' Her expectations were
partly realized, . Holding hi fair buy in
hj,i arms,; and looking upon tbe pale.siif
fei;ingN but still beaiuiiul iaoi- ofi is mother.
Harry wt'iuld have beeri legs tlmri hamnji
if liis1 heart had inn l! f lied wkk same
.tfaing of th-? old-Mine nd. uess, .,..,,(, ,.,
,,(iBut;ieyen, this, was .transient,,., Mm gar
ret b. health was delicaie, and her motherly
cares confined, her" tiiucli1 at home',: and
Hariy.'ga'y rover' that he 'wiis,!Cu1'd !w
de'prive'iliimseU' of ,stK:ieiy ' for her Bake
Wjih. noble .selfrsa jrifice'She. bade him
r leave h.eriif it was his pleasure, anil wailed
nis coming many a weary nignt, to wti
cofne him with a sniife."1 But lliat day tlie
idle bi t of a elirtntte' caller had aped like
an envenomed arrow .to the .heart i , .;
!i,'J'HavH you Been tlie beau iful Miss l?or
gan yet?,'' inquired .tyjus Uhley, a .touiig
Utly who' jiad been in other days a disdp
'pointed 'rivaf of Margaret;' 4SheJa" per
fectly siipet b,' just in your old style pre
cisely; only all thei KMiroeii sav l)e- 4s
ihemost fauhlesBly beatitiiul creature that
ever si rayed Irym Paradise- . I liisar' Mr.
St. jLssgere say last evening mat sue was
certaiiily TrMui the seventh heaven of tin
piophet,' for uch i mugnitioeHily reial
beauty could belong' only to a hourly You
know he is always Si extravagant in Jtis
praise; ' Fort una ely hie enthuaiaam soon
expends lUelf.''' ?'. .vii-;.iio w.k;
' Margaret reftoturily subdued the rising
lit her throat, and replied, ealmly,j'-I.lmve
nrU even heard of Miss .Morgan. Pray,
Wh6 itf'tJlteT'.-'.i-Wl Ui y .!! ed
VJ Not heard fbert '. Ia it. possible! but
oTfjn rut Miitttw Yottdotjon
" ', I ' " 1 - t"t"'- .'. rU
to nomi 'fa realiv aatontsfiina.1- 'Miss- ifor
gft'n,1;; Wasinngion, beU. of tjhree iejiaons
soinqingnitnei; uaug'jr ijjiu n nine uaau;
inc in iber manners, but .then , some men
are so ' captivated by siicK jihings,' jou
know; and she really 6 superb, and her
WSie 18 SO laumeSHiy ;uuisif. . uu mny
Well iMf 'rjrdrid of yon .husband,'! assure
Yoii.To'r fie has dlstan el all his unmarried
"compflitors.'and ls:'ii aftionslsrjt ' satellite
5h M n i'Mrt's 1ia rL vi 1 1 :v' 'ltii
'glbw-ubofai liefi kifibiit'tKe''deep.
9:'!piii of 'm&frdWfaiM&iUt
pride sustittnedher tylf $iie Aehlcy left',
arid then thrbwinsr herself upon ; her bed
she tvepta flood of burning tears.;1 Rfsing
at length,' half wihf will! 'the anguish ' at
her heart.' she ute'sed herself, ana draw
ing a thick vettover hei- face, went out for
a walk.1 Uet'B was riot the " step '' of a
pleaSure-eeelter, but the:'tirm,' rapid tread
of one whoeeks forgetfulness in the ex
citement of aciion. " ' '
. Scarce ndwing whither her steps were
bent,' she entered Oriidn Parki ' The day
was hrigfiij nui-siis'. were iiut With their
charges; and ihe air resounded with the
merry Voices of happy, careless ' children,
Glittering e'quipages dashed by upon the
8trefelYaiid the mingled hum of tli9 passing
ifnitriiliide drifted over the solitude of the
paik'like the 'strong voice of. the surging
sea'.' But Margaret's senses were locked
in oblivion of all around her; her husband,
arid 'he alonei Gl'e.l all ber thoughts.;' Bit
terly she' recalled the scene in her boudoir,
on the 'night of her marriage, counted over
one by" one a' I those' tond' promises, be
Iholitrhi 'lierself of all ' the tenderness of
their early wedded life, and asked herself
with' a low. despairing heart-cry, wou'd
those' scenes 'never return to- her? Must
she hveon in her gloomy, joy less life,
wri'hout one ray ot -real - hiva- Horn mat
heart which had sworn to cherish and pro
tect her while life 'should Isbi? i ) '-i.
She had crossed the park, and was neaN
inr its opposite boundary,' when a vnii,
that Voice whoe lightest 1 lone had siill
power to thrill her deepest emotions, fell
on her eari Looking up; she saw upon
ih& open stieet a coir, le of eqnestriaiis.'--
Harry, htr Harry; mounted on a dirk bay
steed, bis' blue eyes flashing with such a
li'Hit aa she had 'rot seeir In them for
months, and- his proudedt' smile outbeam
iilg' from- his handsome lace, rode by the
side of a magnificent yes . she was a mag
nificently beautiful woman.- - Hari. form
was faultless, her eariwnpe:ib,at,d the
drooping plumes of het 'lding-hat shaded
a fHiie. of exqtiisite proportion. Her sil
ver voice' rang rrut in a. clear and merry
hiu'hlas touching her mettled eteed with
her Bilver-mounted whip; she chillenged
Iier u'ltnpnni'in to a race, a"d tliey ktarted
oft wponan animated iiotl ..:t
I Poor '-'Margaret! she clutch-ill the iron
railing for-supp'rrinn I irsispwd, a faint',
deathly gasp, lor brea'h But her strength
returned, and with it her pride rallied. -'
-''This is loo much!'' she, said. "I have
bolne a ;great deal; patiently, but thid is
the dne.drop which overfliiW the cup.
He never loved me -- he' never had Hhe
power to- love. Ins wayward; tbkle hear)
knows- not the meaning 'f the term: I
can live with him no linger,) II its caresses,
oiice bo dearly prised, would -be repulsive
now; I shrink froni him as from a-serpent.'
ct.il. : My; father's - house-it yet open to
me, I will- seek-- it this da) j hot another
niglit'will I puss under tlie iiiof .-of one
who has so foully wronged me." -; ;
She liui ried iiome, pneked her wai-drobe
aAtl her jewels; and I he lew gifts ol. friends
which she -especially prized) put 'Oti -her
traveling dress, and - then lor the first time
-since itr goldeiMwil'ght she had -entered
the house; eat down to ctlirt her. troubled
thoughts.'.: Her bps were-firmly! com
piessenl, a wild, lurid light burned in ker
eyfee nnd a stranger might have taken hei
anguished look lor the Irunzy of a maniac
ill Her child .still slept" on,, but the time
had home when she must(wakeu and dress
him for his journey.; I Taking a night-lamp
in hei' hand, ehe crept softly into the nur
sery, and bent wiili motherly solicitude
over his rosy slunibi-e.; i: v-: .i
; "Dear Harryl idearj dear child!": she
murmured, The babe smiled his fath
er's smile, and she caught him in her
arms, -pressed 'him to her bosom. Mild pas
sionately ! kissed - his' gtowing' cheek.
boltly she xsooed to' lilihvin that . broken
speech i whiph rmiither-lips so .-quickly
learn; her hea it welted beneath the. iwarin
louch of i his baby fingers, tears flinved
oVer her burwng:olieeks, and for his sweet
sake she lesolved still to liv-,: still to suf
ler "for -the. being who had dowriedi htr
wulr'Stttth happiness.. . 't: r i , ,-.!,
- H! is the. lather of my babe,'.' she
triuimurvd..'! iiannot, cannot leave him."
:. Tlie night now was wearingaway apace.
Since moMiitig she had not keen Harry
She held the babe to her bosom, fed his
sweet-young .liltj litont her own veins, and
laid him smiling back again to hi uncon
scious slumbers; and Unable yet to over
come Iier (diitging tenderness, she. .laid
down besideiinu pressed his rosy cheek
to iher',! rind fell tntu- troubled sleep.
The -lull iniam rose and ..looked tii . upon
hei', and the nurse came: inland -peeping
eol'il .over - the couch, tripped but npiin
somrrand of her own, et still Marga
ret slept on.i "J'.-iJ lo'ioniinfl -d-trwhq
"'At teri oVlock there'crttne a Hnrr at the
fdOovbell, ;tfieir"it' heaty ' biiren 'was
hti'slied trea-l;' they' bore It tip the etair
way "hnd laid it carefutly upon Margaret's
btrtl' '1' -1 .'l ,.:''"H-y I' fft f. .tlr.f ...1 '
- ll'My" Viler ' raV Margaret,' where ' Is
'lull ir, .....Mr W..K- j " - (i
a : "Ifo one kneWi 'btit tvt 'AteJMmg 'Jjhyst
i'iTaniJ''i'iot!cinu( a ' rclde'tl ' 'note ' upon' tha
l,riJjAi,..ikt? k.:i...;.t t.-'ww W
i,. . .j.imi.i, i,o n.unuu,i ii, nil.
':-xr..' l'.l.uy-i.u. i.:.ii-j..j..t:'-.
l(COOMiC lA-flQ, VLTOUOU IV UI UlUI) O Ol "
,1-iUi' ?l JtLJVU' 't V-JS si,, i..-ai
auaj ',r,i ..a-i j
iVip uiiu icnui i
Uasht, St.'. Lobk:
.ft JIVJHStOWf lnrII .inform
:... , !,!:r' .'' ':
i.i. i i ",i ' , m i . u t j
you j ''.-The lots you vowed' was mine, and
mine forever,, being transferred t another,
yott haveno. , longer, any ,,need of
mem yoiir,home; therefore T ntjd' niy
babe' have sought a refuge elsewhere. -
...Her closels and drawers behg 'searched,
were foiijid empty," arid Harry, convinced
at litat of his loss, turned bis ' face to' the
Wall' and moaned.' A 'quick fever flushed
)iiS; whole system, and .he .became delir-
js,, ,,It was.lmiduightr,w)ien .the,, nurse
returned, antf hastenimr to her charge,
Woke ' het fslressji -wh'd ''ill' hen'Jiad
ifurnbeWd - in pTtTuTiiCbnsi
and told her' the atrango story of - her
husband's misfortune. -t . The. physician
still sat by Harry's bedside, when Mar
garet, frightened and ghastly jpale, en
tered her own room. ' '"'" " "' ' "'
'"Hairy; Harry!" She exclaimed; . ''my
nusband, speau to mel " -.; .:m. 1 h ; i.
-...He; is delirioius,", said the physician
severely; "your tenderness has come too
late, madam. '
"1 never hnd aurrht bat tenderness for
him," said Margniet, wondetringly,' as she
met the sternly rebuking glance "of 'his
eye. "I have loed lum as I love my
owh life; -1. would idte , for (ura Uns own
ment.'',, it i. ,;.. ,,,,, ,,:; ,,:,
Dr. Long held, up to her the note wl'jch
had been found upon, her lable.
Tlie sudden flushinir of her coiuiieniince
seemed1 to him' proof !of: her 'guilt;' but
comprehending at last the mistake into
which he had fallen, she sat down calmly
by him, and .revealed to him. the,, whole
sorrowful story. ,',"
Do you think he will live, doctor:
she exclaimed, earnestly, at ' the' close.
"There is no grief so bitter as to lose him
alloirelher.',' . , .:.y f.:; . .,,.
..Time only .will : determine. He was
tiirown from his horse, and his skull is
badly i .fractured. . Careful nursing, how
ever, may i est' ire him."' ,,
Margaret took her plaCft hy tier HUB'
band's bedside,' releasing Dr. Lobg.fwho
retired to an adjoining chamber. .The sick
man. nvjaned and turned restlessly upon
his couch, muttering fragments of deliri
ous 'speech. Anxiously, wiis Margaret's
ear strained to catch his Tightest whisper;
sometimes he-murmured- her own name,
and seemed lo be -recallinir- the. davs of
their courtship, and the tenderness of for
mer limes; again he was wandering in
desolate' wilds in search -'or1 his lost wife,
and crying loudly, "My Margaret, "my
pearl, my hly-queeul.lms any ime eeen heri
0, my wile, she is dead! she i lost!"
But never mice did the name of Eleanor
Mbrirari 'dsss' his' Iiu4. Teridevly "and
carefully bhfe watched by" hits belside three
long days; no othei- hand . adrnjiiisteieu his
medicines, or smoothed., Iiis fevered pil;
low.; no othei' (tou!h but her's cooled his
burning brow',; no yoti-e but bet's answered
hi piteous eiiies,:'-'A'tMa'st he fell' into '-'tV
leep and 'pe-elul sleep.'-' O, how almost
breathlessly the anxious and am! 'remorse-
Jul wiht watched lest the. slightest breath
iniirht distract him.' .Toward niornin-r' lie
opened his eyes' and looked faintly yet
earnestly aboiit him.1' Margaret sat by his
head, fainty .concealed ov the.. curtains,
and it was. a moment Jbfl,f"re he saw . her.
"Margaret," he exclaimed, at length,
"my wife;, there; you' have opt,,, left me;
If... was ,8 dream, h cruel . .nightmare tell
me u was!" " ''" " ' " ' "'"'";
' "l have never left'y.Ju, my nnsbani;' I
am' still a ever your -irue aiid devoted
wife."-.! .-,!) ': ; ;-... - -'-
(I,"Bit was there, not .a note? Did not
some one say, 'I and ray (babe have sought
a rfiiuge elsewhere?' How Wis it Margr
rttt do not deceive'me1.' " ' ' "! " ;
i !" Yoa have beert very ill, my husband,','
was her tender, tearful answer. .'-You
have been deJ(rii)U,3, nt.d had many strange
fancies;" but' yoiiai-e' ' belter how. You
must not lalk, hdweveri or disturb' your
self about Bnyihing.t' Be assured that I
am still your own true Margaiet yours
as. dearly and tenderly as on the day we
were married;" and she laid her, face be
8iJo''his tin' the 'pillow,' and soothed hini,
as 'One miht sooihe'an ailing child. ; "
' O, Margaret, my love, my light!" he
.murmured,, ,'l buieye earth has not an
other, like you, .1 We you this hour as I
never loved you before." , , ."'
nariy's' wanderihg'' heart at' last was
fitted, iiever more: to .rrtarii'"!-D"riig - hi3
long and tedious fecoyery'.i M;irgaret's
loye and pa ieiice .wererunurjngr and he
appi-eciaied, as he had never done before,
the. t'rtSe w ifhanly'SiiuV fhat" inspired her.
:l "MargaieiJ darling,'" hei smd to her
one diy, "1 always loved you differenlly
from any oilier woman X over knew, 1
never saw another Wiiman whom ,1 would
have married, and I never for one Instant
regretted having married y.iU; but never,
until the moment When (in my delirium it
must have been, though it comas terribly
real to nie even yet) 1 thought you had left
me; had left me. because of my .coldness
and: indiflereiiiie, my criminal neglect of
you,, and my foolish attentions to others.,
0, my' darling, God spare me from ever
again experiencing' the agotiy of ;that mo
ment!" , ;l.:j
Then kindly and carefully she told him
alt; of Miss Ashley's call, Of her 'subse
quent' Walkof her hasty determination,
and how it had been; prevented.. Tears
came into his eyes as. he, listened, V
: , 'And jon hays suffered all this for my
wicked folly, Margaret. ' It shall never be
again.' Your 'face",' failed and' worn - by
your ceasvlees care for me, is more beau
tiful to my eyes, than K ever was in. the
days of. your girlhood; it would make no
dilfeien e to me now, if you weie plainer
than the plainest. ' 'I love your noble, gen
e'rduS 'tioul,' your 'sweet womanly truth,
with such a love as no form of mere phys
ical beauty,, howeve perfect, can elieit.-f
Can yyn, forgive me iMargarf t?". ; j V
., The reader can fancy hertepTy..
. '' "Harry," she atd, a few minutes after
warfJ, ''"! p-$$tyi&jo1tt toirs-'
LLjmi! y .i..." .' 'i ' 1 ' ." -j i
tinrif my beaHityj poc that-1 doubted its
sincerity,, but ,it was so frail a lie; now;. I
feel, that veare united y. a bond which is
stronger than death.'. . . . . i- ,
"'This remoree which' Margaret felt' for
that one fearful dereliction from duty, im
pressed itself stongly npon her memory.
Harry's waywardness, though subduwl,
was not annihilated; and if in any of the
peity,trjala. which, afterward, darkened her
path, she felt teinpted to. use .hasty or
summary measures, "(he remembrance of
lhaf fearful' nfght toSe bef6r! her; with its
lesion hof; patienf,' loiig-ehduring, long
iJi'bearing foy, , ? ,..,;;::;,; rf! (,, ..- B
: -"',- . . ' . . sir I, p i ' 1
';,-.,' ?i" .f,ltle rTimtlM'.'" ttKfilevfft
If you wish, to. measure, and. obtain, a
right estimate of any indivitlunl's mental
caliber observe closely ho'v he is affeetpd
by little things'. "'If lie is fussy and fidg
efv. fifreatly annnyed or elated by trifles,
be sure his mind is of the smallest. If he
calmly stands- aside lo let the small tor
rents pass, and is uot discomposed by their
touch, do not argue, thai he is only dull or
inseri&iblej;., It, is one of the properties of
great 'minds' that they 'readily withstand
slight shocks and small -assaults. ; ""
r "Little 'minds are too much hurt by
liille-things- , Great miivla perceive them
all. and are not touched by ihem,",
Yet do not despise those whose intel
lectual power fails them iti the contempla
tion of expanded ' themes.! All are not
bom great, few) achieve greatness, and the
mass of mankind are in no wise distin
guished !oi greatness of mind. , Little
peop'e ' ri.itii rally ' busy' 'themselves with
small occupations, small thotiglus, narrow
ideas. . It is the little minds (hat longest
harbor prejudices. They are the true
C4nsryaiive8vfor; ti)eir mental visjnn. has
no magnifyini' piwer and ininnot see be-
ybnd its Own limited field of sight.' They
hold fast by iecgnized fuels, nd so bal
ance the tendency pf. large minds 10 fly off
I rum the. sale centre. , . , . i
:Trlfi D ANOGh OF .BINO TOO SmAT.
We.cannot forbear, malting niiolher extiact
from Col. . burnout's address before the
.ful.ia Dumont Society, in Brookville Col
lege. In speaking ol the danger m being
too smart,' he says: i ''' .' '
i "Let no one bevrtiil, or proud, or lifted
up. on account ;of a precarious intellect;
the hot-bed pjnnt qorrieiimes ceases, lo
flourish, withers, fades, and dies when ex
posed to the atmosphere of nature. It is
dangerous to; be too smart to rely too
much. upon our powers.:and too little upon
our industry and ).-iboia,T Life js a long
journey, and )t,is wisdom to. see as fur as
we may f ho end Irom the hpgiiuiino-. and
10 shape1 Our fourse rather in View rif ag
gig'ate, and ultimate, .'than - present and
temporary advantages. An intellect may
sparkle, .for a.tine, witli .its own inherent
brightness, but ' unless supplied , with nu
tritious food, "premature decay ensues; its
fires' 'wax 'dim, and finally' gti not.- When
nature has been lavish in bestowing, we
prove ourselves wicked, unwise, and un
grateful not ..go-;. cultivate., Wc excise
hopes 'that are nevi r realized, and expec
tations that aie' doomed to bitter disap
pointment "' 1 ' ' ' -'f -
.... - .. - ... ' . ;. ' ' ' , ,
Mind Yo'cb, Own Bi-sisess This is a
fesscin that cannot b'V tiii) early nor "loo
earnestly impressed npoii the hiind. ' " Med
dling is one of the greatest. of curses; and
we liave,soinetim(8 though', lAat this must
be: ihe 'original sin" for ever since ,the
meddling if the serpent with Eve, aiid of
the' first pair With what they' were told
not ' tovmisery' has ;followed in' the-foot-steps
'of mankind. ,' Metldling has pro
duced ill feeling, roiifusion and disaster in
all ages; and especially against this offense
did Jesus, of Nazarteh warn the world.
He' rebuked the Pharisees by bidding them
pluck the mote out their own eyes, to
judge not Inst they be judged; calling them
the blind. leaders yf, the blind, and always
inculcating the lesson of forgiveness and
charity. "Mind your own buness," de
serves to become the twelfth-command
ment, as th. fulfillment of it by al men
could not fail to lead to peace and , harmony
on earth, ;, The truth of this is everyday
manifested in all the affairs of life that
is, in a negative way, by showing that its
ojiposite-nieddling breeds 'disaster.'
, HsAvr Veiidict, Johnson Cole "set
up" wiih Wiss Maiy Conrad for a con
siderable , period, during those long eve
nings ami summer walks Johnson said and
promised many things, which he' after"
ward" forgot.' Among other thing, he
told Mai y that she should be. Mrs.- Cole,
but he tailed to redeem the promise.
Mary, therefore brought .suit, in, Peoria
(III.) Caunty, but the case was removed
to Siark County. The case was learnedly
and pathetically argued arid debated.
Mary claimed 810,000 damages, but the
jury Wy gave her a verdict lor 83,300;
and the best ol the case is mat , Uole . is
fully able . to pay the judgment. Miss
Mary is niw going to "set up" by herself
andor herself! '" ; ' -''''; 1
The Pkw Svstkm. We see by the
London correspondent of iheChuren
man," thai a pretty etTeciive war is making
upon what is called the ? Pew System,"
in all, the churches of lie Kstablishment
o,f England. , The object of the war is to
demolish the pews altogether, bo that ncn
and poor may meet" together; all on the
same level, without distinotion. : The rev
enue lost in pew rents it is proposed to
make good by voluntary contriputions,
We are iiot eure tlmt this is not a genuine
"relorm."f: There were no pews nor anj
thing ,ol; the sort. ill. the .dJ of primiijve
. jC" Horace Greeley relui'ned last higril
iii the Mosft Toylor froni Cklifot nia, after
a visit of four' weeks in that State. Bay
ard Ta"vlor who' with" hia wife, arrived in
Sail Francisoo.on the 23d of August, is
lecturing successfully there, -V. Y. Eve
VHOtE NUMBER B93.
, "IToraMs" on thoTucp ',
An English editor infotnis a eorrespon
Hehtwho signs himself "A Troubled
One"-as follows: -' ' I v'J
, ! Lil'le blask specks are occasionally ob
served upon the nose and forehead ol some
individuals. These specks, When they
exist in any hum ber, are, a cause of much
unxightliness;' They afti minuie corks, if
we may use the term, of coagulated lymph;
which . close the . orifices of some of ihe
pores or exhalent ve-sels bl the skin. jOti
the skin, immediately adjacent to them,
being pressed wiih 'the finger hails, these
oils of coagulated lymph will come from
garly called "flesh-worma," many persona J' $
fancying them. to be living creatures.
These may begot ritl of, and .pieVenfed
from returning by washing ' with ' tepid ;
waler, by proper friciioli with a towel, and
by the application of a little cold cream;
The longer these litile piles ai purniit'.ed
to remain in (he , skin, more firmlyj they '
become fixed; and after a lime, when they
lose their moiBture, they are' converted -into
little bony spines, as dense as bristles, I
nnd having much of that chaiacter. .. -,
They should be thoroughly but cau-
tiously squeezed, says another author, arid
on retiring to rest, a paste should "ba ap-
plied to ihe part affected Recipe for the
paste: Take one cince ol powdered bitter '
almonds, and one ounce of. barley .flour, '
and enough honey to make the above in
gredientsinto paste. " There is another and
h still more simple remedy which you may ;
perfer. i Bathe ti e spots several times a
day- w,ith luke-warm water and a Bponge,
rubbing the sponge over a piece of yellow,
soap. There is a healiiig power in soap " '
distinct from its idealising properties.
, Fxcellr-kt Advicb. Williairj Cobbeti
was an industrious,, self-educated man,
whose knowledge of wtitintjr nnd even' the
art "of thinking! deeply, were aequired
when; a private in the British Army. i
When he was nineteen years old he could
neither read nor write. But, he went to
work dilligently. and mastered the . tudi- t,
menl8 of the English laitgnage, unaided j
and alone. He practised ihe art of put
ling bis thoughts on , paper, and thus j
framed his style of composition, in the
school of adversity; . His is the style that I
swayed the mind of Great, Britain on !
many momentous topics, as no pen had
ever swayed H before.
' His advice to young men was thus:--' ,
"'If any young man. wishes to know the t
grand secret relative lo.tlie perfoi m ft nee h
ol such' wondrous jabor,,.it is told him, in i
a few words bq .'abstinent, be sober, go
to bed at eight o'tdtaik nnd get up at four
the last two'bvingof slill more impor"
lance than the twn former. A full half of
all that I, have written, has. been, written
before ten o'clock in the d'. so that I
have had as much leisure as any man
that I ever knew "anything of. If youri
men will but Bet about the thing in earn
est, let them not fear of success; iheV will
soon find that' it is di-iagieeable to-' set
up,, or to rise - late. Literary coxcombs
talk of 'consuming the midnight oil.'
No oil, and a 'veiy small portion of Can
dles, have I ever consumed, and I' am
convinced that no" writing'1 is so gbod aS
that which, comes from the light of the
sun.".. i ,; ; . , , v. ,n,r
The Mind, and not Money. There is
very : little' honest 1 independent in this
world, v.' We all worship distinction.-.. iWe
all do: liomage to. wealth and fiuihor ly.
Knowing as well ns- we do the nature of
litiraHii impei'ieciions, we still worship the
syriibol of power, as if its possessor - must
have something in him of divinity as if
he must be akin lo godhead because he
grasps the sceptre.; It "my lord'.' address
es a fellow-creature in humble life in or
dina'ry language, how we stare iit liis'cOh-
descerision! ' Do we expect diamonds "aiid
peails to drop from his ' lips instead of
words? Do we expect him to use a spe
cies of sublime diction lo , express ' his
.wants, not to be found in the common vo
cabulary? And if a 'man 'of enormous
wealth in ibis country but bow to you,
how exalted you feel in your own estima
tion!., Yet, does his wealth, make him a
b-itter man than you? Does his recogni
tion elevate your moral nature? ' No; it is
the toadyism of the age. ' It is the mean,
groveling, self abasing spirit of Mammon
that exercises the emotion, How ashamed
an An.eri. an should be of indulging in such
degrading feelings! Gel rid of them!
Spurn S'ich an mi worthy' entiment. In
tellect should be kinjr in this republic, and
not cash. . The mind should be, of right,
the sovereign, and not money. Away
with all ignoble principles! .
' Oorresfondent of the Rii-hmoi d
'Enqnirei " snys Of Powers' Greek Slave,
that it "needs neither comment.or eulogy;
its graces and elegance have yone Jar. to
da away the prejudice of our Xurlherii
brethren, and reconcile them to duoery, in
at least one Of its phases." " This is it very
interesting announcement. The' phase of
slavery to which the , Northern brethren
have been reconciled, is probably,. thai
slavery is right without regard lo the color
or capacities of the race enslaved. The
Greek slaves' complexion is certainly one
against which: we are' not called upon to
eunquer any prejudices-CVa,; Com,. ...t.
A ftitisR Kind of Cod' Fish. A" few
days since a freight rar on ' the Illihois
Central Railroad, When the trnin"lwas
within about eight miles of Kankakee, was
discovered to be on- fire.' 'The train was
run to' that city, when the fire was extin
guished.' 1 Upon' an examination of lire
damages' It" waa folind- ikat among the
freight 'seriously damaged ' Wis H box
maiked foflfXi' but 'on removing it the
box was so badly burned that it fell in
pieces,' when it was found to contain, noi
cod fish', hut other property, among Which
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