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V9 . SU M T E R V L LE, S. O 0" JANUARY 2,, !53T.
1-XII1SQE LL ANEO US.
OttTh M '4OF LrisujtIE A 2t1AN UF
'', til blsd.
t11. 'hr dIeIjoil~ %itl thle ii-'recalik
'C ~IallI ' e t or a i ticat ii' i all-]
P )1IL i , t lad o1)IflIaCCli tile 101 or.
V.1r 1.,. i I'llie $Sm oth I SilpifacIe t'a
Wvel' l Iid li)0.1 "asi a lli' 1.1i~di l t
-'.this.-Soutaewliat illtrice ove Oil
I~l~i'l),liii Ihie l it SeeltiS, tilemIa~ q
'jpei1 . 'iihe io i seal -I''V c a (lt
J0116e11iii or - pitialple obij.'Cz ill tit(,
9'1Iivisol'(, hii a a n %%hot ' l 16wr mt ii I
S.i6, v Pi)lit tiC ereSi RoIlI I zi ii(l
citl i) h11 sllu Sam 'ate iii. It Ff
Aia lhet ' iit M\r. S ipI'ia Ila I (it
13i fit II 'cay tit'.a Sot *to' shi iii dul
IiiI e t li-] tieck as ill al vie. ('w it
s~e 1r Iud .1 'n alf', ;il withi liv~ilV ilt.
had till to1 ~ IiisIz iec toi liei Il I-ifi l I
Mrs Shfe.rjian be...iii Iou' %%(e
%ith a IifAt hatil, flil li monh:-ii
'dcii "t ie e l it pari (it' the bkeel il
aq.i -net'.4 fel eairani t thk SoviC 4 IY
v I'a .il iizei' 'flo-Iet' the.t. ieidthe
s,. 1.~ '~thiat li:f.- il r itti lt! i di
-ll; %%e.'r cvetbtth
610Mi- hot I.vaiwcel'l fll.' ill Lii
t1he dioor h.1f %%a !it.'ri'l Wllf a zi 'ter
Uaill, it . 1.l Shoi s'.l oeitidit'J it the
111111 with a1 wwirowhtl paltilig ghwe.c
"titL tile heel 'eselcliitfef11111 It i I' W~f .
VC.~ ~ ~~Ia jtUtila;igi i i riiv. oi
t loj' I tV*- t.M ' fifo :l i it It,
Iu0 ,thgju It l .4111 che Iei.l 11 ti,1e.'a a lilt.i
ttire .a Vi.~ fi k i 1.1 k'~ it, r"t 1'f4 tl.
'lich efe5io e.' tue.'! flI. aat laitZ
e:)'zS 11 C, Ic~ t v vlf W i s 1 11
A"liS,1 tii.f tt lo Ck Pe t l o e .e
allh a~falCt ~iu ~'~it.
.cti uaitido re.'aaid t; -e the;I : 1
feie's.ol olhii.an asaceu1(til altite~ !,I,
itol't.'fIlc~i Se-e fl wtue I f .01 1
diiI- o fr ' t' he d lo. daU iC at
T C ,11Cr. Mal -,I I'iur. satlll ie
liS ie 1iiii',hutitr il- h~a t til e gt ,i
* t~lftll tita.IassotiLed au-1 t ried~
-n the floor. Ili her agitation she
IAst tie in portant houndary 1 in. an
an error-ocurred inl her culetilatioins.
The shirts "(ee i tade. but for eigh
eel mlont!Is her hushanl never tik
eaI Frar his liawer blut with a wer
Vois Sh1ueleer, oir a suppresseil execra.
The Man rf Leisure in a Count.
iny Il'use.- The Man of Leisure
rext visited the emiting room of
C _ -& Co., aw0l Socially seating
himself, on a harrel, hli.ed he shhil
nIt plrteventt it head clerk, wlho was
hisA aegiaiI t anlck-, fr-on writinig.
'Not -at all.' sail the I olite clertk.
antting his *-ena behima ! his' ear with
a c 'es~trained air.
'Prav din't sthp (i my aceount,'
Said \aIr. luklin, with a Iatrneis
Tihe clerk return!eI to Ihis aecontits
1011 lette's, while tice Man ()f Leis.
uredesribd ith sonlienhalt 11,41re
:timt atioil tha tuial , e(nlle herring
he had eate n fOr 1beakiast. 'Ih e
el " k inde atn errcr in a figure, u hicb
coa.1t Mless. )-- & Co. le week
to i t ify, :nl mne (I tile correst'L oil.
deits of the li in was sholtiy after
supse ith the0 annatuII1eenient by\
lt'ter, that ala hum'red hes.r2 /c
I. d herriln nu!l 0hortly be Llotr.
n a' hee tel caner'l.
T, te an Leisrur' and hi.Y min
iste- I s Satu liy s hlt. and
Ihe R. v. Dr. I ligni at in his
siauy with his sheets before him,
e. ann"IentatorS aind leian arian
hand, when11 the ilian of Liisuiti"re was
-11 VoilInced . . e( ter. 1 . h( .n1- l\ y atI"l
abno=s Meillnb, M) thWt the con
4rcS'ion eif thliet! Dr.'s brow I rduced
byj. thI I e i I i n .trI .. ga ve %ay to
ale op~en sotie of' tee' ttragerna'.t . I
.aie nwtiiiyined that ir. baklin was
he~ ~trew n-iil late vier th teinds f
ah .ariats- tere wVere hog iis
in th:a lI.. ig h ur. ital the g'ed
wiil' (T the ie- it fell e ni hn
Illieogr-uel ii. A I I1t egt I t r Itr.1 k -
brke tu10av okor ronet
n,'i -Awl ikei it was. Dr. In.
gran tchd thl 1ie .I d his en;
Aslth-sl. uii t 3 lie :pag s v! ( ia k,
it . laclna l1er, G rets. & c.. tir b
htd his aore l nd, tick t w o et' Itree
ui acrs the r., mot Kall tlw
himlself1 mn a1 rz.:st i) dt ,I air. 1te
unp11etu. unW; g-one, the ar, unan It n
-riVere awI;a.\; he sMile Iir' t o
Ied. a i.eiined tiat a l.irtr
tw -cp.c l rc i u ~ :e, ing ella his cli st,
w ith the 3)n of Li.re surn'an:.
/ id.i. 1'. Ml3 a l i . klle cal
e.I tl it,\ l. I .y < l-s E ]aiam
eer , a llrty hebliu ing A i I IoF
4 n-~en.E onwsclear stan ch.
TaI atti' I I ti lilt li la..t tha
What hive hl i ti ! ai" I It al inl
hc- i. i c i b lie ll u er'ies (F
ae ull l, o if .ieels ' indulgin in
te imcyii ,t tu ;.lo he aet ci'Iee;t..jls
ther wa cii soft.~ b icht abcu herC'
aii fi til or ichcl pe t i ut her small
hau aci s ift the fisc elt 01 t e i impulseg
l nu lic mll i- l ry Um rt 0
e \cii cat th cllrli Ias 'i Sudi s I v on
der. if h likedca atit,' though ~'shia,n
a Ieiie i,:.h rust-led h ie eh(' l s tif
thnlh dior-hall sounded andiiC i
the stt lac lof Leisur wal kedaa itoac
Shel sinig room, we'c re Eucna, nithi
l ice eenibtecl isint of scc ohi ng i
the iic'i iridg. a-es rhage cli
ine icepo iris c ou,'iai. Inln
sta Iin s t's her aicr gaeit acc i'ac' v te at
her sU d ac igers4. al' sain t't'e ket!
a seaI4t1, teir,' stc ededi er wark wii,1ith
ith neianwhiiilel heci ltachg'e coldet
ma was ntcl ta lie a icaeut, and thea
fa bet i.OeU en, Ena bendere dea,' i
eras, lier' Iace becameu flushed , an thI c
the timle the lMani of' Leisurae hall
sitteni out his houjr, a grey huei had
set tied over'a her muslinas, and inidel
lible smutchul disjigurevd Harr'y ur
--Mr- Iunklin anon callhed nernnn and1
Ilet Iarry Bertain. It was no i"
fluece of0 qery1u*n a u
liet her Iowers aid talked more to
Mr. Inikli thain to Dirry, a mod.
est you'.hr, throwntl s U.c what ilito
the shude by the veterau visiter, wlh
outsta ed him., Ilarry, who i% as nit
a Mia of Leisure, coubl not Call fol.
sevei al diai %; when Ie did, Mr. Ink
lini had 'd ropj1t inl' before him and
"as tuirling his watch-key N% ith
hli,, Cohl womllering eves aind] ever.
lasting affirimatives. Eii.nill sewed in
dustriousiv, md her- duitk lasies con
cueld her eye8. Iler cheeks were
beautifuilly fhushed, but for lh m.!'
Mr. Iintii toved with her noik.
hoX, nittiolit Scenlinig to kilow tiiat
he uas tvucing what Iarry thouglit
larry loukeuld a little fierc, n11
hade good iigit abrul tly. Ei.
1iina raiisedl her soit eyes milli i
look that ought to halve de tained a
rearsoiable Inani, but lie was ire
po11ssessed, and the kintd glance
w%1as8lbst. Enl.n1'1 wished Mr. I1'k
lii .t the bott'in 1of tie sea, but
it re he sat lokinig I ri-.ilvgt-d be
cause he i %%as a ManI of Laisure.
'1 te fatstcniing of the n iridlmw I C.
Iminded hiin that it uas timie t'.
gi, for ie did naot lunit his even.
ing call. to anr hotur. Eriona went to
Ier bed-roluri,. -S:he w as just reamv
to cry," bit a lic at ter t ir r
or shoIwCd such bright ceveks t);at
it stIp--ped tihe tear-S, Mitl she fell inti,
a-.asi1. She tied heri nlight cap inl.
to a h ar. knot, aid bi -ke the siriniC
ui a1 et.
'llarray Bertram is a fo,' said
she, "to let. that stiek of a iriani keep
hin frinutt i'.e. I wish4 1 coluldt cali.
Ilaces w% ith him,' a'lA sit ting dwn I
a lkw seat, ,hie trotted lie. fUot and.
hetaved sole il'cp si'l s . 4
t wie a I fJri V re ul* orrtsl. I e.
p'Crt Was busy, llar ry's prido wa as
I usel. lie oli-red hini.sclf to :m.
'o her irettyv girl,1 to mud ns ii neiL t.
e'l. E:sa's brilght cheeks Ia
rh-t, ll-r step grew s,% n.,
hecr Iice was no h ger heard in i
gay e fral rum stair tW stair. N
%%as litVer i t Iltat i vev, Illt iow l
uIs Sal. Mr. I iklii col.tfinutd
to) 'Cdr,0p ii, iis Leal t %u, a liile
lieve toueditCl, but thenir tIII re .s
'tine m~uh.' Oi- evening" he
canr.e with a look (f news.
'j Iave b olrt you a hit of IHar.
ry Ihei trillit 8 tilinrg cale, E:Id [(e
to Fl usum.
Ei ina inne.d I ale, ti enl re ial.d
IrSt jli ti ous. 'J Le Mtlui t L, iS
tire. u Its Colliceli ni I. L itatt tw i ed
\Cry I I" ttily as sle striggrI w.iit
ler feelis, uhile tie tars rhied a
u.ay; aa l h offerCIId it Iis 1ir ar
'lwulso;'ner Hie donin my
grave tlilt n:lry * uti, Sahl tfiw .
I e 1:l, l 1 a v. e C soC I.Il that
i.t eh! ve s Ehe st1u1hu n.< I th
dCor. 'Mr. Inkliii W.as astoi.e
amliC satrited agatin, btut shte eveor ii ar
ried Cno etier detr~t COed, ai llulei
tlowe that1 IJ..rr 13Crti ca bei~lo
uhenti*i it was ts Cight fornI~ei C he tve
ant tl hope. 'tthe M~ ml 'f ICisure litr
Ltiuedt 144 'ulrop ii.'
Iu' Ilan e./ JLi.wirc' and the le
110g. -Yjeu-it please. *at tCC lit et
tu as it h ace 1.-i mie, Har,' Sli.l
traW blue-et'e i~i LV, as the ha.shed
thre cu nt 4.f the Main of Likure at
'I shrall le gping that wa lin ai dat chti
' td ou as-k four the ~itae for
iiue, '. enlerda.' said the ale huy,
lin the0 flhal~ig (litv, with at (1uiver,'
-Nu,' twas thec aisue r, 'I wtas
nred~t :he boy, andte gaized listleossly
on, thre cent Mr. Inlinji larid in
tthe Luiugtryi chiudr w.ith theo hu~i
oft bread het .bit .' arned hvt brush.t
inig tue genitlemt~iuenscoairs at the.. llou
tel. ITheyv shouuted't with j..y , anid
htisi mther thed Iout hie r ematiciatedcu
hanid for ai pt14i, wthile a sickly
smriti littLed acros)s heri lace.
'MtLhier, dear,' saidt thre boy, 'Mr-.
rinktiu *tinka ho cant get mre thre
place, andl I shall hiavo three meals
a da-only thinik, mothebr, three
mah~l!...and it won't. inka mo thr..
ii:tites to run home and share it
'The morning came and the pale
bovs voice trelnidled with cageriess
s lie askool Mr. Inilin if he had ap
plied for the pklac.
'Not yet,' sail the Man of Leis
ure, 'but there is tinie enuugh.'
'The cent tlt m1iorniling was wet
%%lth tears. Another norning ar
'It iA very tlutghics in the boy
to be so late,' aid Mr. Inklin. 'Not
a soul here to truslh Iv Coit !'
'The child catne at last blis face
swollen witl wee ing.
'I am sorry to disappoint you,'
said the man of L.isire, but the
:.lace in Mr. C- 's store was ta
keti u. vsterday.'
'Ihe boy stol:ed iushing andi
burst afisith into tears. 'I don't
care now.' said .e sohhi h "-n!, '' %e may
a well ptaruwe. MeAther is dead.'
The Man if Leisuro was sholicked,
an-1 lie gtive the pale botj a dollar
T/e 1ran of Leisure on a Death
Jc d.- Mr. 1Ikii was tuken Il.
lie said obdten t1at lie thou ght reli
i-n iight he a good thing, and lie
meanit to look into it. Ai alaxinis
fimivnd brought a clergvmun to him.
le spoke tervler.y. but serious to the
sulfTerer, i eternkil trutths.
Call to-morrowv,'-said the niai of
Leisi-e,' and welwill :alk about these
That t it tlie Man of Leisure
<!i'd. C. G.
Miiiory of lii. Uolischidq.
Anmti g tile mI of the times, few
exelI-ise ia gicaitir iiflintie tlioni the
ineinbers ~ ~ C0 fthpeliec-pt tuer
hip lloiwn1 a-. tjiti use of Rlth Iwchild,
i h ii prsoJatlu thalt inoney power
v hit h gtivent 4y
theil lil . A aii) m111Y or ml
ble:e (d $S.tate. Elopve is indebited for
;h' w t eIV et "tiin 0t 4fce liet ween ilte
to at vt.NwLis. In (11der to, give evel
:Il withn I of(.(I thle ironl let:.e and.4 success
till opeintions wl lieI have placed a
GenoA .h wtN. his Fonls and gnal ',)ns.
at thet. lead ofI thei leonevedb.. Iinterests, of
. t th~ Il'l 4.1' 1 l it' W1d 111 4 Ui CI'tS It
the wor1ld. it otil bet ' i ecesbi:l v to
ib, w e tif the historiyi f tlle E e1
l1inte 'inie lir the ieatrt I ; lit a this
(url: S I cet d e.-s i Ii I init. A I n iet
-I t h (Ij(f the ti e m'Ild pr ;I*s Of wh
house.~ ~~~I~ ntUs, hv, hiehe*nlet.
h;s f. rticer, Mv yer Ai.-ehna Riothcz.
.ild. l nat F(n it lilth bIin.
nl iIn alut the b II I1740, asIt' a
I iy bt r '1 IA .N I hi , ge I Ilier.
to ll th 1" 1111 Ia LA11lL~ ' d ' -
4bill 4fir tb1 . OIL hbl~' I !
r. n n f i E ta te di en:ql -v (.1 r-1
1141 i t:n-4 s. Wl i wa P1in he irl t illn
I l.1 ol N i. b :-I i \ l I I i lit- il. 1-lh d
IlAgn 1;d to i b a b b: mi.l, i i I s
4b1 n'a. y was LiiI I bti l itsblbhneyland
but. I , i t V te 40n l lnd a t oll ha i t4b
th bt ?.:.te. In t iv t-it ! r A .
4bIo 1 .1th Id < ', h( fiL Irtids tO O h
T i i Il' r i uas ltd and tle ltil
lieui4 btw Lit thei.- hui i~igraveJ aA
.\i.1 Il' he h'ii bImm mh d l ~inll the lit re
ctfiitlw war.I lthe Lul b itmll il in, cet1 lie
isd's agents y ilut lii t n b li el ed11 :blld
411e teil, PSI 'thjat y the l'Lof eli
(b'Ih uih i r u itd ia cglin .tait ng.ll' t i
I'lt he i hunir el\Vlitbst i' tX. (sub1e
thae Amben resht.lion,(I had A. h.
t heir luiips 5to l (1 plaul;o :u 5l lh, byit
Cnw: lUt'C lf.sinihi t ae durg te the
rhlly ad by w i of he thneiatedof
Napo on;alte ti~ hatle o~en (Oct
150 .) apoeo deret te fnninr
I'r the danger to which Mr. RothR
child exposed hiirtself, the landgrave.
offred himi the f'ree use of the entire
sum'without interest. On these torms
Mr. Rothschild undertook the trust,
ma.d by the assistance of some friends,
Jewih blinkers at Cassel, the money
was so carefully stowed away, that
when the French. after a hurried narch.
arrived at th1at city they found the old
lia dgiave gone and his treasure van.
ished. At the time this large suit) of'
inoney was placed in A. M. Roths
child's limids, lie had five sons, of
whom thice, Anselim, Nathan, and
1S 3oloinon, had arrived at imn's estate.
These lie associaited with himself,
keeping Aiiselin at Fiakfimt, while
Nathan was established first at Nan
c:.ester, and subsequently'in London;
and Solomon as tra vellinig agent fir A.
M. I ithehild and Sons, visited the vi
rioms courts and princes in Gerniany
w li needed loans.
Old Mr. Rothsclhild himself, as well
as his sons, especially the second, Ila
than of Lindon, appear to have pos.
sss( Cliterplise, prdelnce and indtw.
try. of the' highest order, so that the
lirge suni Of ready money at their dis.
pomal increased aind multiplied with
astonishing aipidity. In 1813, when,
by the treaty of Austerlitz Englad
agreed to pay Russia, Austria and
P tisia twelve miillions sterling, (sixty
millions (if dollars) subsidies, the
kothiseilds, on the recormmendation of
the oldI oaidgrave, were appointed
agents fir the paynlcnt of' the inoney
in Gel nnann; an operation by which
they gained several millions o'dollars.
After theC vicuory of Leipzig, Oc
tober, 18183, ii their pursuit, of Na.
poleon, the allied sovereigns sudden.
Iv fiound themiselves on tho banks of
thle Rhin. 'he Emeror or Ans
tria, Wlli a brilliant Court and stafi',
toik-up hIs quaiters at Frankfirt. But
the tieasarv of Austria, notwithstand
in tihe lairge sums r(eceived from Eng
luid, was entpt) what resources there
came uiccessary, bt. tNo p'ne
banikrupteies of Austria had destroy
ed her ciedit, so that Prince Met ter
nich, after hav iig in vain a pplied to
the Dethiimns and other Christian ier
ebat princes of Fnmktort, was at
Icigili reluictiantly driven to address
hitiself to lRo'I thsh ild, and tihe pride
of llapsburgh's Cacsar st' pped to so
licit succor of a Jew. 'J lhe gracful
nimmer in which the recolest was
gianited culled fith the lraperr's
gratitude. llis sOn Nathan mas ap
lointed Aus.triai consul general in
G(nat Britain; and time wholie weight oif
A ustria, Iid of Mtteinich's infliienlce.
welre put iin reqplisitio n to extend and
secure the finiie-Il -peration of
the louse of I lithschild. The fall of
Najioleon enibled the oId landgrave to
reun ~to Cassel, and lie gave the
ithschit!ds notice thru1 lie himild with
draw tie nuony he had couiided to
then.; but befoUre the notice c-xpired.
Napolt n's ieti-n from the Isle of'
Elba so greitly alarmed the land
gnive, tha4t lie inged the Rothschilds
to keep the tionley at the lo'w rate of
two pr ciit per anumii, which the'
did till his death, in 1828, when
his son iiid sulccessor was i'rcd to
receive it back, as the RIithschilds re.
fured Uny Ionger to kcep it.
In 18 15, J :us de R1th child,
thse t'omh soni of' M'. A. lithschild,
opnda Iank ing hiiouse in Paris. Ini
1 520, Clhanes , the youniget, estal ish-.
Id h~ i im-elf at N':ahs, aned ini 1821,
~Smlonmi, the' thmiul sn, tiouk up his
riden cice at V iennia; si t hat at thle
death of M. A. lRothsrciihi, 1821.
he saw his fiv e sons placed at
lie h eadl <-f fivme li nnense e- tabilis.h
Smients, at Franki1tburt, LondonI~i, l'aris,
\enna, :iald iJales, alid iiiited iii en
linetirrlhipm, wi~ihias universally at
h'owed iio be thle imu'st wealy mind ex
teniiv e the worbi hats ever .seein. N'o
I iIi ti'o ini whieb lie cor hiis sones em.
bomikt d has~ misea uied; amnd t his unin
teruted 't suiccess wa iii ai gieat meas
urei, oin ig to th irm' ir'sighit andmu en
I erpi'e. I o thlichild in Lonmdon~ k new
he resuilt of thle ba'ttlec of' Waterlooi
eight hiurus bethrae the lihitit-h Gov
enimen t, andi the valune of' t his knowl-.
edige was noi Iless thaini a miiillion of'du l
tlars gaiiined iin onel hirenooun. Nmi hiad
loanmi was evei' t aken ini hiiid biy thle
Iliothiset i;; no0 gi od lo an ever I'ell ini
to oitheri hamndls. T1heiru iniviiaibe sute
ess at lemngthI gai ned fo r them such a
dehgree oif pulblic coniifideice, that any~
frowneiid, wais surec to futil. And s~o
conimsciouns wer ce t her of'thiei r conrfidlence,
th;, ini 1 10, A usletai lilmschlihId of
I", ik ibfrt, w'as heard to dee'are:-"'thle
houiise of AumtIia dlesiretS war, but
the ii'muse ot Rotthschlild requirmes
lace." In ,18.10, on the iccaion ofi
the troubles between the Porte and1
Mlcmet Ali, the UnthschilIds were
agiain chiefly inustrumiental in pre'seriv.
ing the~ pecet of Europe.
Nathan, the. son of' M. A. Rioth
sc'hihtl, died'~ in 1833; the fotur other
birothers are yet alive. .In addition to
their twe ,principal establishments, they
have agencies of tlir own in several
of the laige trading /towns,: both of'
the old and new worlJ. As devalers in i
money and lills, they may be said to
have-no rivals, and as the nangnitude
of their operations enable them to
regulate the course of exchange
throughout the world, their profits are
gre-t, wlhile their risks are compara
tively simall. indeed the wily heavy
loss they have as yet experienecd, was
through the *lbruary revolutions
of 1848. when, it is said that, owing to
the sudden depreciation of all fundi d
and railroad properly throughout Eu- I
rope, their losses from March till De
eember of that year reached the un- t
01r1r10u of eight tuillions storling, (fir
ty m'il lions of dollars.)
But great as their losses were, thev
did not afTet the credit 4-f the lRotih
schilds, and did not atppear in any -
gree to have iipj'airvd their mean.
The ieibers of the firn e-C nuimb.r
ous, as the third gei.erntion - has been
received-iin* o-piutieers.hip; and, as
the cousins mostly intermiarry, their
ituneese wealth will, for a length of t
time, remain in comparatively f-w E
hands. In peitics the Rothsehilds t
of London and Pains profess to be
liberals; while those of Frank fort,
Vienna, and Napley, are conservatives.
It is, however, evident that the inter
ests of the Rothselilds imtust render
them ulike hostile to absolute rino
archy, and to popular bmovenents.
Constit utional monuiiareby, with its rep,
resentative chambers, is the 11ost Con
genial to loan colitrnctors, and to sup
port - hich their (wenilt influence is
doubtless exerted.-The Ien of the
Esimustion of Talk.
How long the lamp of conversation
holds out to burn. between two per.
sons only, is curiously set down in the
following passage, from Count Gon
falli ner's nount of his imprison.
men :"17irteen years 1 existed in
ti tn; q unre ! Dueing
nine I was alone! I never 'could
rightly distiguish the fice of .imi
who shared My captivity in the eternal
twilight of our cell. The first year
we talked incessantly together; we
related our past lives, our joys forev
er gone, over and over again. The
next year we connunicated to -ach
other our thoughts and ide-as on all
subjects. The third year we had no
ideas to - communicate; we were be
ginning to loso the powter of ieflec
tiont. The fourth, at the interval of
a month or so, we woild open our
lips to ask each other if it were pos
sible that the world went on as gay
and bustling as when we formed a
portion of tmilkind. The fifth we
were silent. The sixth he was taken
away, I never kinew where, to execu
tion or to liberty. But I was glad
when he was gone; even sAlitude was
better than the pa0e, vacant face.
One day (it must have been a year
or two after miy companions left me)
the dungeon door was opened.-and at
voice, whence 1.roceeding I -knew
not, uttered these words :-1y or
der of his Imperial Mjestv, I inti
mate to you tiat your wif died a
year ago.' Thent the docor was shut,
and I heard no mtore; they h flcuiing
this great agony upofn me.. I was
left alone with it again."
oLTAie! s ].J13Ti.--hlee awlcI .de
tails of Voltabi's dteth aree toot we-ll
kneown to nee-d repeetitiont. It will le
c-uflieleniit ini this late mierely to -. dd
lie fol low ing authenct ic aniecdot e.
"Smeyarsengo, an~ indiv idJua!, n elI
known and higly resp ected in the re
Iligiouis worild, tiaranted iin my heaering'
thle fibilaw ing inid ent. lia (atrly lifet,
whlile with at colle'ge c~opanioni, he
was miakinga a tour on thte (-cn1Ieeit,
att P'aiis his fiieind wais seized withe an
aelareming iIllne-ss. A physiciant eergreat
c-elebriety was speedily sun cntoed,
wlho stacted thatt the case was~ a eriti
cael onee,aind t hat mnuch wo ublI depetnd
uponi ai inin u~ete iett entioni to his diriee
tiuois. As therei was tno one eat. hiaid
opo whom ~tthey dc could plaece muc ra
lianice, ho waes requeseted to) rconnaitanen
somei cionifidenetial and expIerieiced
nutrse. lie enttionied ione, beet. uadded,
'You many theink younrself happ'I y iendeed
sho uld yon be ele~ to securei hier se
vices, but she is so tuch ini request a
iimngst the higher ci re-le- hiere thact
therec is little ebaznce of tfindiing her
disenmgaged !' The ntarratoir a~t etnc
airdered his caririiLa, andil . went ta leer
re-sidece, an d, muche & io~ iset idzeetioni,
fubund lher at .ho'ine, lie briety staeted
his erratnd, aned requeste-d J'e-r immeidi.
ate attennanciee. -Bmit, before, I con
Sent to accomepany you pzermit me,
sir, che said, 't ask y on a s'mgle ques
tion. Is y our fiewnd a christ ian 'h e
he replied, 'indeed he is a thristiani
the best antd highest sene of the ter
a nman who liv ht the1at
B~u Ishould leet 1eai~
f your inquiry? 'Sr*'1,) b
was the nurse thdA tit1tj
11 his last illness, ahd for all
f Europe, I would nle.0ej'
nftdd die.' "-iord's Damad
l'n Mange A Arvar U
In pireference to the d
criment of pullinga
Packward, I recommend.. bk.
T the following iietod
o perceive the borde
o rear, separate
>are for him; tile n
o rise slacken one ha)d hd7
wist his head witl thlother *jf6
rouir hands low. This
els him to move a Irinri 1e" Y.4
uccesity brings his fate
nstantily twist hin conpei
wo or threc timew wi -i
Iuse him very-much,-and OM'I
hrow him off his guand T - m
nent you have finished twigti f ikii:
ounld, place his head in t
ion you wish him to- p 4
he spur sharp ly, and la 1
o go forward: if the, si
oivenierit prcaa him inLo l 0
nd apply the spur and hI
wo three trimes but iot WboI
y. The horsBe, nill,- pIh
iuito satisfied witlthe firat
mut may feel disposed t
or the mastery. Should t
:se, you.,have only totwisethi
is bcforand Son ill fi
he secoihi 'sti-u'gleo e i
'asily subdued fluan a he
asion-in fact, you will ,er
iutail under the operation.
iappens that a rearig
iaving been treated in- t yli
cribed, will resort to his tc t' r
ime. But in going intodtbe;
itd having another rider I
-cry likely to have re
ig. ie Spprtman.
ate Eishop Hedding used"'to tCl
ncident in huis episcopal ca rastr'lki"i
ngly illustr n ting tie despoli a oiir9
I' long imdulging too great a sces
a ex.aggeration. He was not qad
>i guilty of positive falbehod l b
uierlatives flowed so.freelfri
us tongue that truth had . eu th
emblanice, and fregnenty d 6 j le
niischief of a lie. The "o
vas sentenced to be publicly1 [non.
shed by the Chair. H e st
he presence of his brethrer i ,
he 13ishop, with grea Iki
iomtei out the evil resu lt.4-7;
he habit. Alter heolin. b
brough, the accused,
carS, requested permissio
ew words. lie cormenee
:aludkid acknouledgement o
iud thanked the Bishop for i
nonitiun.-Turning to. his 4rt
n the ministry, lie asstur dit wum
ns deteririation to ,cbigqt i o
letting propensity. -
iaid le, 'as much as any
Iave struggled against it-,*-04
vept over it; yes, 6 reth ren
iight and by day. I have rp o
uccount of' it, and I can trul y
mas a~ready caused me to sk bar
-els of tear..
Exmsqiva 13karouso.-In Anati
le rebitingm to the Metropolitan fe e "
N\ew-York, ii he inelenide" sagys~
"I the mlatter of p'rices, fewepjy
ess than $2 per week; and Qnybfur
igu emissary, whio huafta ~ tW '.
rt he se ison,. N p'ying aVl~ ~
0 i er day, besides a ver x
ra etspeniture for the vtery.I t p'
tiiqiue wiies. One getip''
50O per ,week. The bi Il'(d 'ttrS
noun it to $200O. 6250, an 6 Q
It is also stated, that "more peopl -
tuo tonead away than are recei',ed
ui that "rooms are taken bf lette,
msd lg- telegrapjh, for (eksi ad
ScolpINa.-"I n'ever cw
ucoldin g petrs n that was y~u~t~o~
urn a family. What mua~ e 6
ec scold? because they auib o
wn thuemselves. How tliia
zovern others? Tiliostid ~ ''
:rn well are geeal
re prompt and resolut, 3e4~~$
aud mild. ~
A Yauhae h~irt dai
ind cheap plan fr or i~9t~
f- the boai~&~ h
rest, and h
ho mestn ed