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t ,,1"%'N~_A lly stJkfistald
46 t""i-li re hid
s~ i~ thes~patisibly
and for -several
a~ heay part Ito
aion 6Cthe mnag., r,
f e audlertie Tle
very tedious one,
wasobliged tio'e on
utan hour, and Ned
W ofthe bottle to
thout "setting his
d 9liis 17vits to work to
arYry #i wee drop" with
o:the eiep,bant, be
t poitr' bottles, with.
pceived .the .bril.
tl'ihj ith "good
y carUried out, and
a ccess, willingly -un.
~e, ' th.theatre was crowd.
bhizes bf the Qua
d layed's sweetest
le sounded, -the cur
e' play began. Ned and
A nached upon the .stsge.
t .was greeted with
Itad;6f appliiaIbe. The
,e trappings wore gor.
_r.e seated - on his
he 'play proceeded, the
narched rournd and
t. The fore-legs got
-.one of the- corks,
le, and drahk 'the
dience in a bmper. (.f
cPVuqnt ge whiskey, a brand,
,i1l ithen, unknown. On
0nd on went Ned,
.. bohcluded march- was
h' ignal ~was given,
Ith 6- stage. The con
the carof the elephant
fre-legs staggered to
W1Itghts Abstructed his
) feet and stepped
,~ ~% ~stra! Downs~
ir tued .
1, it..l ? :i to
laors choking with
V~'Ad poor Ned casting one
r b1tuding s'of -dirunk
and liaughiter, - at the
yout of thie Theatre,
iJ adby the leader,- wvith
- lh~iddle, pierforming va
- 4 Mi~ hist motions in
l~ I tilftnothe scene, paint it
su~oe,if you can.
rdut' 'reader, can you not
ocurtain dropped on
i~~t the scenles!" No more
o orelegs, musicery
nej~ tor -sides; musi every
~ ~l~iy~.and boxes, rushed
~ Th~roe shrieksing ev
a de you seen the. El.
~to mreetmng, dear' said
gn, as. saae stood
bir preparatory to g'.
r ~ ~d~ ade him .sigh. A
I qhn'outi -of his pocket,
Prtington didn't see.
U lg toI" asked Ike.
:iW hid given up 'her
orthi.Chitreh; she had
a9$ly'fs she pulled
<j l~t- bhind, 'go . any.
Sgospel s dispensed
ime fIE is rare. Bjigotry
V~i~ er composition, and
II' Wiew, throws Its
~2ayrtment of the
i like- an cysterman's
~to-his mnruy booths. The
'tlie.very best. hut the
3ID Im . LE AvE ?--TiIs
- cerning the prop.
-m Ynnhat dies, and
iappily by Cloots
- the estate of
f this ilk:.
'gentlma me lo i
tesls hi a t d
wP f-eli i im 1
gent ema ill sy i
4 ii a anrnfo- s
fight tne -!;I il-ight' youifguipit
upon it,. but i do not see bowivthathvill
-mend the matter.-jfor. if you killee
I shall SmallI too, arid if I kilh ybu, IllI
smell, if piossiblej worse thang*oJbdo
at present.' - -
".How can such miserable sinnersjis
we are entertain so much ridd, 'to
conceive, that every offhnt against u
imagined honor, meritideath? -'I'hse
-petty princes, in theiO own 'opinidris,(
Would call that sovereign, a tyrant,.
who ihould put one.of them to ddathl
for a little uncivil lainiguage though
,pointed at his sacredip'rson. Yet ev
ery on emakes:himselfta judge inl his
own cause; condemns the offender with.
out a jury,, and' uidertakes himusel to
be the executioner."
A- LITTLE INCIDENT.-A bachelor
friend of ours was riding a day or two
ago through Athol, in this Stat+, when
he overtook a little girl and boy ap
parenttly on their way to schooi. The
little girl appeared to be five or six
years old, and was as beautiful as'a
tairy/ Her eyes was lit up with a
gleam of inteise happiness, and her
checks gloved with the hues of health.
Our bachelor looked at her for a mocvi
ment admiringly. S:.e met hs- gfdfte
smiled,-and with an eager Voice' sluted
him withy, "Iate you got bwby" He
was struck aback by tI' question,
and something'likea tgtet stole over
his mind as he looked mupon the anina
ted and leautifill little face befbre him.
"No," he answered. "Well," she re
plied, drawing. ier tiny form protudly
up, "we have," and passed on, sti l1
smiling, to tell the joyous news to tI
next one she might meet. What a
world of happiness to her was connect
ed'in that one idea-the baby.! . And
in her joy she Met av if' all must have,
the samedelight as herselp and it was
a matter of afibtionate - pride to- her
hat lifted ier little -heart above the
reach of ordinary envy, for in the baby
Was her worid, and-what ilse had she:
to&erave?- Such was the refleetion of
.our-. flead arnd Jie enmbeied-i lt
RIM ki7T, in1M7 s 1'i: g
wi afar holier and moro enduring
passio i than the enthusiasm of young
love. It may wanit its gorgeousness
-it may'want its imagimative charac.
ter, but it is far richer in holy and
.trustlng' attributes. Talk not to us of
the absence of love in wvedlock. What!
-because a man has ceased'to "sigh like
a fumrna~ce," are we to believe that
thme fire is extinct! No! it burns with
a steady aiid brilliant flame; shed
ding a benign influence upon exis
tence, a million times more precious
and delightful than the dreams of phil
DEATH WhuILE ON THE wAY TO This
ALTA.-A young man by the n~ameo
of Edinund Slattery, while on his way
from Franklin to Milford, on Sunday
week to be married, met with a sing
tular and fatal accident. Hie stoppe~d
at a well-to wvater his horse, when the
bucket fell into the well. Hie descendl
ed to obtain it, when the wall caved in
and buried him, lie wvas a native of
Ireland. His intended wife was ae
companying lhim on the journey, when
this singular death thus intervened to
destroy their bright anticipations.
ARoN's CALF.-" WVili am look up.
''elI us who made you ?I" William,
who was considered a fool, screwing
his fhee and looking thaoughitful and
somewhat bewildered, slowly answer
ed,- "Moses, I 'apose." "That wvill do."
'-Now," said ounsellor Grey, address
ing the court, "the witness says he ''spo
ses* Moses made him. This certainly
is an intelligent answer-more than I
considered him cap'ablo oif giving, for
it shows that lhe has some fhint idea of
Scripture; hut I submit it is not sufm
eient to justify his being sworn as a
witness to give evidence." 'Mr. Judge,'
said the fool, "may I ax the lawyer- a
a question 'I" " Certainly," said thme
Judge- "as5 mantuy as you please."
"Wal, then, Mr. Lawyer, who, do y'ou
think, mande you?" Counsellor Grey,
(imitating .the . witness,) "Aaron, I
'spose." (A fter the mirh had subsided,
the witness exclaimed,''Wall now, we
do road in the good book, that Aaron
once made a calf, but who'd have tho't
that the 'jarnal critter had got in here!"
"The shuip which cnveyed. .General
Ifon his expedition to Quebec is
-foat, under the name of WVil
iAnn. She was built in 17
ombketch, and was in dock'
esta fow. days since, smimd
eendure many years yet;
~ed in. the honduras
michedpiW birds to
r.y everythIg b ioatas
p ,an@H~atilfn unt aiio
ho h$ amned. rtfearl in. .sy hum.
dred votgitiiith)ej.gocr t, has.
been returnea.to Congress by nearly;
alhousandharl The dispatch
es all ingiateha t Gibraltar I:opf
Whigger lis' be nrr-ied by
stoym, and 'tha the Democratie
banner floats tions in Tennessee.
WVeli dono, Defiicracyl -Macon Tel.
egraph 0% %
'd ~if. XA i4 t 'u h~eI ev
Andrew P.1a' er, aPreVbtvrian mis.
sionary in Chinea; vritetotlie editorf
the ' Presbyternii,. 'under ate -'of
March 1st, as follows
* The sympathyof many fdglghiwa
both m erehan and misionarves are,
w th the insrgents. They, .t
itsch greater fheilities of interce ,
with .the.pgoplei if theyare suecessfdl
in establishing a me' dyiast For
mys'lf,hile I trust 'i GfI' 6 0-^
errule all for his owngo y I would
expect moro benefit to -foreign inter:
course. if theo .foreigh' powers would
g'ant the Msught-for aid to the 'Im
perialfrts. ' Ghe event sh?%vs the Em
perorsi4 gomg to .exert all his . pow.
ers to disperse the..rebels,.death is the
condign punishment lie has inflicted upa.
on six high officers, who have been iun.
successful in quelling the rebellion. At
the hoad of these stands the lnte( Gov.
ernor-General' of the 'two K wang - pro:
vrnces.' who was honored so much
for keepifig the gates of Canton ciEv
shut in 1849. 'Ie has b'en in corm
imnmd of the forces - in. Wuman and
Wupich for more than. a .year.. His.
property has been confiscated, and
he condeinned Co death.. Shaishangah,
late Prime Ministori and' whowas
sent to Kwvail'igsi tir-e yea'r4 ngo.' has
the' same puna islinrnt The Gov!
ornor-Genoral of the two Kiang, the
Governor.General ofWbuNwang, t.ie
Governors of Nganhuen and Kiangsi'
are the four thers; but ,their punish
ment is uhdt Vet determined
pani trt~ ti~dailery, forming
pr s,0a OV poi-t,
Rhod are-sounder sOitoj
the same point. The ecinpan94S he
fourth artille'ry stationed att Oswego is
to be withdrawn, to replu'eu--hi part
the force taken. froim th?' posts at
These changes are consequent up.
on the ad va'nee of Santa Anna yipon
Carmnargo, who, it is said, has' con
eentrated an army of six thousand men
in that quarter; and of whose move.
ments the government' -have been
Ibily ad vised.-Jonurnah of 0Comnmerce.
*IMPORvANT , DIseL osUREs.-Frauds
in theC Issue ofjLand Warrants. &ec.,
We learn from WVashington, end -in
eident ly in this city that impsprtant
information has reccntly been laid .be
rore the President touching a long cr m
tinued series of frauds in connectiron
with the issne of land warrants and
bounties. The Presiden t has handed
the subject over to the Secretary of.
the Interior, who is here, it .is also
said, partly ini reference to the in
vestigationi of these frauds.
Theo Tme over whichi these tran
sactions have extended exceeds eigli.
teen mnonths. The parties to fraud
are, as we learn thema, a distinguish
ed head of~a bureau at WVashington,
a clerk of his, (both in Government:
employ) and a broker of not, very ex
tensive reputation in this city. The
parties at Washington are represented
as having miade some *08,000 out of
the transaction, and others here have
miade as much more. We are not
at liberty to give the names 'of the
partiesaccused this nmorning, though
they have been mentioned to us.-Ex
LEMON SY RU P.- JWhct it is Composed
of-The public 'are not perhiaps aware
that tihe article sold in the shops as
lemon syrup, and extensively used by
the vendors of mineral wateir, is not
what it purports to be, biut is a syrup
made from Sulphuric Acid.-A t first
Citric Acid wvas substituted for the loim
onjuice; but that lbeing too expensive,
Trairtarie Acid was employed, and' last
of all, Sulphuric Acid being but a six.
pence a pound, has taken the place of
Tartauric. ' Diluted Sulphurio' Acid can
with diffilty be disitinguished from
Citric Acid, bniydiflfers from it in being
conio in its effects, wyhuie the former
is a Refrigerant Diaphoretie.--Phil.
Eve. Bfulletin. .
THEs IIAILnOADs S'raNGx.-It Is
stated ,thjat soine of die 'rail road comn.
panics refuse to carry the United States
mails tnless the' Postmaster General
will pay thenm in so~ instances, a hun.
dred per eent o they have
1lroIad.C r 'iniafnf
Ti to V,
,Arlt pt Ie eto
in somet otit it nh have
esed to d us, ad itie past
waee* ve have h'ad pleasantecool and
dr r tes a
ine optnng f ddor
ri dig fli etton gras.;
feelnofar tha the o pent erop
Will-e'a fir die -
Withhith ?efiworjf ouir friend and
g re6 > dest inhabltant,
there latus n eer Gee siich an alitin.
daneo I t this market'
as thas t season.--.'ater
mnelonsts01L flye* c'uine-"Bradfoird seede
pouisca e Ao, p~ rten and twenty
cents, ando #4ael~ of the 'fincat vairie.
ties r o Ie I r a ons.na caits
at 60 echts per busheil' grapes-too are
!!preprt q th9 Cjy Register o
Charleston asputb.1shed in the Coutrier
of the0th ins"Al h(s na unusual
and gatiafyilg :q fIhepublie health,
in thatbty; 'otal nunlier of
d t I t iva smesht 'to
the .vdry etn- mber of fillckn
whites, blacred ner di.
T1i., I ht ev4 p of the year is
takird int ,conal Astioh, is certainly.,
the pleasAntestns' ecan give fruin
our &ntiriieriali y
canperaftam noyve 0tion.
~utea ajy~ndl~j~t~e St te
Teoper noe o4tkw asqmivbled. n
Cha 1otteui ekhwdsk .Rso
lutione u-ere e ng
the asfge d -a
and th cono a e r
te-ible in theten. On' Vdnes
day the de.ii >tnt d to 22,- (gf
*hich 195er Tr::ylo fevec-.
*We have dei~&d til Angiust num.
her iof t -s r efi -nhly
journal, edited b. Ab E and .War.
Suiismz anud pulished by R. M.
S-roKEs at Laurensville, S. C. for *1,00
per annum. The present numb~ler
fully sustains the reputation of the
work, and conutains the usual quantity
of' interesting 'and .usefui agricultu
;T ie Dennocratic Press.
WVe notieg from the last number of
this Journal,spublished at .Wilmingtni,
N. C., that EDvAaD CATWELL~,. Esq.,
has withdrawn from the editorial de
partmnent,- and is suiceded by Mr.
Jhs. HI. Smurnr, formerly oif Marion
District. The elections in North Car
olina being decided. the Ifreas will
hereafter be deioted fo the interests of
the Temnperapce areform, for whjich it
was originally dtablisihed.
.The Southern P'atriot oif the I [tlh
ns.notices some beautiful particles
of gold found on the farm of Mrs. Dr.
RowNssoN CA[LLJSLE unear the village of
Greenville, and says: "Gold has also
been disecovered in large qjuantities in
Oregin. Some of the miners earn
from *50 to *80 per day. There is
some danger of finding so much gold
that it wvill be valueless. We remem
ber hearing Juidge WarrTaza tell an
incident, which occurred on his return
home from Florida, somne years ago,
wvhich' my manifest more sagacity
thlian was attributed to the ol man at
the time. The Judge took out a five
dolka gold piece 'to pay his bill after
staging all night in the pine woods.
"Mine IHost" refiused to take it. lie
was asked if he thought it was coun
terfeit.. No, said the old man, but there
is so much of it found lately in Califor
unia, that it will soon be of no value,
so Ilhad rather have a Bnnk Bill.
Thme Roman Cathsolie Convert.
It is said the recent convert to the
Romaji Catholicech'urch, niaWin. Italy,
and said to be t disttnguihed S8 ator
fomted 'Ulid tetam isith6 lden
Oslt r k
I W, i- %k..
twit, 0' aho -h'AN
.ed tli ndr yeta
ad MWnor . te' ailui JsjW4he -
afies otels fo a eunty tw iie
tilt I aaoa i IW tg i
med by he oroei .p:ig' par
tie4 buitc'lIhe aN byo igrkIgd "R0.:
Che~thednlentnr e ha his HI &ie t
sofl r h t rlid stntM
vdich CuifabVueg oneust'ofi
that 1;onWbied):nnr gqent-.tkd
hou"s Iecessary Almot itn ia gh'
this and -vbe l n teonvndt
Church, rapidly progressig tol comiple_
tion, and already reningits,.spie h ilI
in ai r' a'di gsen ting witifil'
lAu .t!ryI s. anid -elegp pj tc h
frOn*-onn Broa'tlecs tolaitek14ig
ad will be furni hed .i I LIle orrrj-itte
a ri ysry ria im . itd y e N e
mote V- tth 11/0 ' "fa
Of hblding;,000, per.4.b III aits.;
era -ippeardin dots csredtit-toi.li
eralityand thre f ht iefigiegadto
B)'ath C.e aldt , formn byro
atl the baildupn comimpeqadthataou
00 et I eea:en r
a commjni 1 tills, Al cid
hou assitieigion. nt -in weghtyf
thi bl pnut be nhheanew- 1
ahrcoshe apdyrrtss to nhiple.
tren,andrread neri ite par dig
in aired prsetngp a ts n~
OtlagflS mid egant otaco a
free it ow to sayti; htthe dan
TfhidngRevoi0atien. i itsa
. 'l thipeteprce d .s thelt ie lith
ervilized nid Citian h worgnto
Bhe event iy e ar is n ofmed nj in
ortatibiai epchs .nah iity aot
n10ineeet .ntury,~ sandp he ins wirr
raeconar paty prve .successful~a a
gte astes changiaill'enerrought he-titi
dtiw not the coun te nllons of~;
tinsan itsthe poi of- th ewiree
iitrnes t tliouhot th adcicah avs
tema o h slai ppon th adanfao
ofthe hrisiavorldich wen dChibt
o th Miitnrycse i ~oitai
that tod themist ue wthe erenor
turedateasuri of his moent anoti:
Whthe less~ii ng of eiaio lirty
aonigt epmusai hine upoy he hethe
Runssiat cnu and T1 tke.sir
roomthe aty Eupropea intellad
we earn hatg wth e wrughnty bewn
thstnations is~ bount taalao setf
ied.heultn of uthrke luisin
to sendr banr ambassador th etes
bu aurc. The ts tPs te ais
tiiaaiisthe occuatio of theniarltes br
trie Rss throos ise laid, to havese
thempeaely -writtn. The ldFavor
ofmthne. fasirm. Thisds hk ne'dbybtr
of'cthy csonty wei still e acid
,ade toc dem indsup the Ottom n~*
emp~tirasuro ithi enerally ackaidg
it canot e eltee e yteS
tan;h the Russea torsuohtaei c.ssed
prn baiiessilon ofgin ndry$
ar lhs refusedhto woithratiis
es ahslid au Tur e t 6
Fronding lat Euoea ntslie~
t h w dioasi bttt est
.1 nT ~ A tA
oursoheo, "'I 'ditht~o ~
siant y. increasing: got'id' dApm,~r
War fb heiithfujifl ufdisuplane
oboard: our, lipt art hu
4~ H!T.frjvL and Lbtu' ahuag
L ur *t d a h u u i n ~ I u t M m o ic u l
._?Mactaoai p'"ilk ary"'.,,,-.. .,!," ffiA n.rac'bn
sailor~~~~~~ plot) tei~d i~'
and if caled, iipeMit; t'ci
PPry k_~ bidlaA'. i ) 6
he ipol d -G Woum nsokrr ~14
.1wterhn 4;ae~knwa a j~n~r
ap8jrah~r'~~zra .t ha , reity
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