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THE UNION OP THE STATES-ONE COUNTJiY-ONI DESTINY.
LANCASTER, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 2G, 18G0.
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Kurrsyor E. S. HA.N.NU.M.Offlpe, Public BttiMtlip.
Cor.a.r I,. SII.HFPKI1. lesldlMKO , Madison to.
0s.pii.r-JOSKPII SHARP, of Bern Town;
ship: JONAS A. HAKKH. of Walnut Township, and
JtlilN W. CUNNINGHAM, of Hocklnff Township.
Irani Eism-'M. W. WHITNEY, JOHN
WILLIAMS ami URIAH C. HUTTKK.
OUR COUNTRY'S CALL.
l-iine "Hull Columbia.'
Awake! yc sons of freodnm, rlso
Can ye not hear jonr country's call?
.Were ye but told that foes invsilc,
That riSos flush and deadly blado
Seek to destroy her elorl oils peai'O,
How swift your arms to bring release!
Plronelhnn yonrarnis! lest dnnuerscomo
More leurf ul than the victim "s doom;
Lest faction riot throunh our land,
Lest brother, slain by brother's liauil,
( alls loud to llimvon forvcnicennccou
This happiest uullon 'nialli the sun.
Pliall this onr land so Rifted. bo
Cramped by a section's tyranny?
Shall North, or South, or liasl.or 9St,
Clslm despotism o'er the re.t?
Nay, lot us now and over bo
Joined lu fond C'iuuI Ity.
Our fa'.liors snuirlllforllbfrty,
Thuybled and died, and now shall wo
Don)' to others what they irnvo
'" To us, their children. Trom the grave?
Can wo still cherish Sluvory.
And call our country still, "Tbe Free?"
then, onward! pal riots, jol-ward, on!
Till yon r glorloii. cruise bo won,
Oil! for riirhtand liberty,
On! for just equality.
On! and let iho watchword be ,
"Lincoln! Hamlin! Victor)!"
From Gloasons Llforary Cotnpanion.
AUNT KEZ I"A H ' s
BY CLARA AfUVSTA.
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tt A ni'il ic rvn Lnnil fnr cartin.
ainlit? Goodness sakes, how the wind;
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linen ivm 111 .no 1. 11 1 in ui j ..in. ... j
if it nint a snowing! Somebody's leather
beds is emptying thoirsi Ins of ihcircon
texts pretty rapidly! I lik to see it snow;
now that's a. fact. It looks kinder so-cisblo-liko,
and makes anybody foci ns if
Ihev'd bo 0011K nted to sit afore tho tir.-
foreverlasiingty, and crack walnuts.
"Speaking of walnuts mak-s me think
of yer Uncle Small. Such a hand as he
was for walnuts, I never seed in all mv
born lifel He'd sot and e it, and eat, and
inrow tne sne.is into tnenre
it all out, and got h.sself atutTad so iul
that his jacket buttons warn t ol no c011"1 1
no now. iour uncie wnsn panuei gnu-i
ton when there was walnuts round. Hut
ho was agond mau a right. down .clever,
good sort of a mm. only a lorribU read
er a remarkable, literary character one
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01 1110 luminaries 01 1110 iiiuu, no iweti to
AN 0 KANCY JOIIHlU. Will, uew auu su pe.iuri) ,u, o-inil I, nvi-a llnfil la HQ nab iniifiin Inn 1 1, n, I. I.L..,.i, n,l 1 1 1
,,don short notice. j i V, """'i ' u. uuu ,er pursue it by anv concealad
rniiKTY WFICKH 'f ii. ',' I V. f ' Yr 1 . ,, 5 as-as-wou, s long as a thy means. Wo may carry our
COUNii Ol-1- ic lAii. ,t will kcrry hirn clean to nov here. II is ! stick! r..r iii..0,r..; i ,i :. , .
Jflff FairUld Common Pltai C'(-lbMV ' , , , , ,,, 0 . 101 Illustration, both llltO priVSlO
- ...SJ.X.. . t' 'i.r ... m.i shndder left him lane ao-o. I hv do riur- "W . Vr Smnll " r hn It r . '
Palais Jr-JKSSE LKOI1SKK, Oillce In Pulillc ; lenrl .0 that Tom Sliknae's wife sent that, we are ,n rnt,U C. Mr WIiIl'. alnrV . . .i . , "
.... 1T '11 i'iiini;a niibiicu vui'i 1113 nun, uuu
call lussel . He was powerfully purposed wont,poakiinr into eve v little
to woman s r.ghts-sd they hyl.i t .,0 ., mrv" bi, r
b.zness to have any rights but the right jor foar tlero' W'11R Mayflower hid
bo su.jf ii 11U1113 him mn. 1 .iiun " ' isotnewhereS
and fry sassiges for their huxbands. Their Por ' ., ffM fi(, llcmcnjuonB
spear, he sed wuz right m tho buworas ! (nrk ,,,. Mni 8pe t0 fim, ,,,,
of their families, not on the public -.os.jMMj 0t To 1 1 u t. n (oly , I Ibrgut lo bring my
trums making speeches, and ranting for a ( )e(, ,hichmJa mallflnJ W(,8S ,tpw.
Kirrht I r r'f tAurn niAArinrr
"He never was wuhn for mc to gil out
ofsightofour own door; ho hated - tea -
parties and quilting like p.son-nnd would . m 8lullli , lhat moVbd. X nni or.
have it .that all the wimmin wnt4 SHblc afraid of snakes-thc picter of one
to B.ch gctberiiis fur, wni to bilk about , m so, mflto trcmbIi , lik9 n wpen
tneirne.guuurs. i a sea niniwnai no
stood and talked to old John Grimshaw
so lontf that morning in the cow-yard, if
it was such a sin to gossip; and he sod :
they was disgusting the great poliiikul is-1
sues of tho country Hut I know they j
. T n...l.n..1 'am t.lbin' qLvmI1
y- c ...:,i. .i, wi.iio
e May, the Beanville!
heads that it would 1
g to have a May par-1
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."A year ago come
folks got it into their
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fy. They talked it over nnd over, and
didn't get no further towards it; and the
fiist of May cum and went, and still they
didn't have it. At last Ijiacon Grant he
took hold of the matter, and put it right
Btraigh thru.' Il liad got along to the last
:,f miv. hut that was no consenuanen. tl
deacon sed .the Qovyeis had only bloora-
ed out tho britrbter.
"He 'pinted tho twenty-eighth day of
May for the great happening, and there
was a parolellogrum qf ihe porformingoes
writ out and posted up in John White's
store, for everybody to read. First, ev
erybody was to meet on the common, and
ptirseed to Jenkin 8 woods for flowers.-
Then they was to pdrseed back to White's
pipre,, ana maua tua flowers into vyreatns
sud bokays. ' Tbcu they was to repursee'd
to the common agin, where a queen was
jl.ibe crownered; and then likely enuflhe
j younger fry would have a dance. The
! wholo to end with a tnl.lou, and a relation
of cold wittels.
"I went dawn to White's after some
salt mackeril, and I read over the parolel-
Ilogrum. and kinder thought I should like'
to rro tn tlifit ftrfl nnrtv. IiAn I rmt tin in a
! I asked yer Uncle Joshua about it; but he! come to the swamp he couldn't turn out
. - Ta,Y,' nnil rlid'nt nnc muni, atron. Ifnr il. anil fllA nn.ia.rillrit..n ina 1, .
h.i..tnmfl. Honnlv Bt.l tint 1, di.ln'r.
j reprove of folks beincr co Bay and light -
uiuiiru. ouui u.tu iu ntu njioua ui
i bein' melancholier than a tombstone; but
he never con fected me, for I believe in
I laffinfr; when there's anything to laffnt
! A nnnrniilj iliili.'t lf,(T n.-.lliiiin KfTu K.i
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j human f nltprs; nil(l it it IUUn t been right
for 'cm to have LAM. Idon't believe
iiiirrv ii i iivb uiihii iiiniiM mill hiiv HDiuirHi.a
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! l lL'lit Out noXt timo.
It's. .i,ir tn rrive
A" dispepsy to look at her; and
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, wle i eat to her house the vitlols a lets
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lavs h.-avv in mv Btomach she nuts the
o lomoholieai An
I,,, ,1m, woman leads; and her husband -
iSoiioinciioineB into era sot
, with a jacket and tiowsis on
tneir aoz over 10 want s t,Rtav while
she went to visit their diirler for a- week,
and when ihey got back home, poor Fido
was kinder drooping, and fell away nnd
died in two or thice days. They thought
he had the consumption; hut 1 thought
he died of the solumcholies!
"Hut to git back to the psrty. As ' I
Sed, 1 asked Joshua about it, but didn't
p;ct his answer; so I waited till we sot
down to supper; and then I let in'o him
"Why, Kezinh.V scz lie, "what on airlh
do you want to go for? And old woman
like you hud better slay to hum."
"I aint an old woman!" sez I, with
spiiit. "laintso old as you ho by four
years; and you wasn't too old to kiss Sally
Yucher up to Willey's apple bee last fall'!'
"1 beg your parding Keziih." sez your
uncle. "I didn't mean nothin'. You
aini no age at all not a dav, as I'm a sin-
doxology kinder pacified
me, and I glanced across into the looking
glass, nnd seed that I wuz rtiihcr a young
lookiu' woman. 1 smoothed out my cap
string, and 6ez I
'Wall Joshua, I'm glad that you've nr
riv' lo your senses; end soin' ss you have
I'll jest explain a litllo about the party.
First, we're to go and get all the posies
we cm muster than make 'em into Lo
kays and crowners then ciown a queen,
ami then dance round a May-pole.'
'Dance round a fiddle-stick!' sez your
uncle. 'Don't make a l'ol of yourself,
Ke.iah; natur aid that job lot you preMy
us lor killing. JNow, there's old Auntt "I huntsd rou:.d alter flowers all I could 'It's a dredful thine to bo an orf'un1' Ice," The th.ln. v Vl ,W J, . . 1
Sally Brant her fac6 is as long as a yard 'but I didn't did nothing but a dand-rlin' ,T fi'J P 8",
slick, if not longer; and really believe if .and a leaf of lamb-kil1 I wished a thou-! m :mt mar rT.lwavs simple IlJwpwJ varvS rllT "Jm
-i.- a- - -i i ,i i.- .i . . . . . a7 a. jusi mar. is always simple. Hew pwaieewy varvinsr fncv. wilt do
thoroughly! Git np by daylitht, nnd goling from it in all directions.
scrabbling off into the bushes, nideod!
Wet your fcot, and have tho rumatiz wuss
Land sake, Joshua,' scz I; 'I can wear
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bing a piece of mince nic, ho made tracks
for iho barn. v
"I ?cd nothing moro to your uncle n
bout it; but I took Ichabod one si.le, nnd
ho and I bilked it over; and ho lohl me lo
it myself ready, and I should 'company
him. lie guessed ho could 'sqtisrt his
inarm ns well as ennybody.
"Wall hen th'i 'jiiiited day nrriv", I
was up in tho morning by two o'clock,
lor suitain, a Hating round, fixing yor un.
Yer unkul was abed, asncri.,' away like
nnJ j conclui!e(1 it rari);t U6t
10 wake bun
n ,. (nr r,.
! kins' woods. There was tho sijhlost of
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1 'Il 7n n "I 'i " Tl I ' WOma"' Wi'h t7 vmn "nJ " chHaro eqlcd by tho fervor ol .he noon day
! ! t ' itC,lD tc"P! jMhna W""l,, k,,mk "' su,,; the friends that started with u. are
quit 1110 on snort orttc.i, aim ai',r) ,""; breath out ol you if ho siiould know ill' ,1 lkioTmi.i'in.r. Pnlnii iMinuin lint tlinii
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suiuever, I picked n bunch oi spruce twigs,
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ri..- of hnir.lnek. nnil that was
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I screanicd right ou:
, 'Marciful airlh, n snaik! a snaikl'
I "Everybody grabbed thcirclolhcs tight
I around 'em aud run liko cruzytics; and 1
run too, ss fast as my trotters would car-
ry mc, till 1 run ng inst and clean over
Gin ral Gordon nnd Sam Parker, as they
inn ral tiordon nnd ham 1 aiker, as iney
wM ??ult d?WD' wl,?t'ic(r
.eJ d..f,;u,,1d. a toa4 stool or a blue v.olot.
Tbut ,rnl ls a seTJ -; 4?
1 8y H'a lie fty to K,)oJ t0, h.18 'f
; wh.c he allv0 ; nn.d ,sen8e 8 dled
j1'8 8fafcad to K f"1, if 1 1 .
ft,rTft'ar he 8 ,ouM ,89? ,1,or P
Vh8D 1 " h,m'1I:e,houl1 h!8 w"
i had 8 Vtinly f' ud ,,C P R-"J
lt for I,ome llke .Blea,4 "nnin,' wlul9
Sam Parker yellod 'MurdetT at tho lip-top
ol his lungs. - -
"Deacon Grant heerd. tho cries, and
come right straight to tkYttscue, A pow
erful curraffeous man tho uoacon isl Sez
'For goodnegi sake, Mrs. Small, what is
all this fuss about?'
A snake, deacon!' sez I 'a snake
' js hanging on to the tail of my gownd.and
11 vc '" wu on snaa go inio me ny
till . I
l ii annn
Jo the job for liim.'
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And. hinds sake, if
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juu ii uu.icva lib, uoiue to IOOK UlCSNSKn
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wamt nuthin but a black, water-soaked
root! I laded, and the deacon he laffeJ,
and eatdu was qu.te a cataplasm.
'Coma (o look round, the gin'ral liadn't
gne up: but he d done las best to ti
t mr. Inr hail run crt funf tlint ..,. k
I lurn,l ir,r,rAtiff mn .1. ll .
(The men oks heard him holler, and ihey
incin in mi'i ueipeu liim QUI DQl RUCIl
looking specimen! He was actilly
to 6keer tno crows mud trom crown to
uuiv. imiu iiv.W nun U"VIIHU rn UIUIII U' UI
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Irom Mm l every pint! lie went home
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i .'irrini'tii in inn iniirn i nir
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started for White's store. Deacon Grant
Mio wa kcl with me part of the
1 somobodv called hi n awnv f,,r Rnihmrr
! and produced him ' to Ire. Mr V
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'Un root." sez
r Viri ., ,"o:ne. i nereis a dial in about lnm which!
: 'Why. blow jour artificial grace ha aver had the power
the ground! ou re ato l)estowj tlwro u a ,..1 a.
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soul, no; we're on
loetle nigh -sighted, ain' ye?
'I beg paidon,' so, ho. I see now; I
was slighly mistook.'
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know. I expect every day when some-
fr. KL. M - I I 7,' 0nP,eSDt
to Innlr tor warn m b p. t n nniiMnmnnv
..iii.uiiuuii iianiiiS uie uuoiui lumj, you
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'What?' sez I 'for I dido.'
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'It rriiiBt nn vArv nnnlanqanf In MrMnr
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Land, yes, it u; and form ly pari. 1
never do, set I. 'No, the other day,
when 1 lent my itat-irons to your Uncle
urani s wue, i snow u sue a Drcat em
afore she got through with 'cm (a nice
woman sunt is, but an awful hand to dc-
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eirtiy iiiiiiitn; i uui x never uorrovreu an
j atom of trouble on account of 'em.-Lf,'
'They're in the hands of Providence,' sez
i io rnysbii ; aim sur enougn iney was,i
"BvtUU time we'd irriv' nt While's1 '-""""'7" " "7"" -"
end WU te he oiled out a barrel of . rack !lV leta lho rsggedn.ss of its bed. that is
MniSZAeotri! fiTo re'iTu8!MrbU,0,lt. Utl'?,lhr t,lis g - n -
crsanu scoupie 01 sail HMi, 10 trc.il us . ,.... there a fxufee.l foree: w tl. nil
1 1 took hut tlla win n tn fir t in lin
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hays, ana l ien wo an i cjour.icu to the
common, mere was scais rangeu rounu
for the ordinanco lo sot on;
the middle of the field was
and right in!
a tall pole, j
1 iko a liberty pole, witfc a striped Bag on
ihe top, nnd ribbins nnd streamers flv-
"Who Khali be queen? who shall be
queen?" screamed everybody nil to once,
"Let Mr. Fiiz Brown .Jones select the
prettiest girl, and crowc her," scz some-
"My heart come tip iu my throat whon
tliiswhs sod; for you know that evory par
ticular woman thinks that she is a hello
mite hand oiner than nny other ono. Mr.
Fi t z Jones looked round kinder puzzled
like, olid put his hind through his hair
as much as a dozen timss, to mako sure
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"Land sake, Jlr. Filz Jones." sez I,
"chooso the one you love tho best.''
''There is little difficulty in doing thM,"
scz he perlito as a basket of chips. 'Mrs,
Small I scloct yourself.'
'My goodness-, Mr. Fitz Jones,' sez
'vou musu t bore mo! i 111 a married
. 1 w 1 '1, . ' nui Leans ere beating with hop,, our frames
"Alien. 1 Wall. ,y, the.c ,s so many ar0 ,,ll()v;iiuwit1i'lu.all. U M0 uo P,oud
angeho seraphims hero that I cant fix f(lftm, md wUl 0Uf cli(M(,n
...y eyes more 0.1 one luminary than on,alJ beluveJ companion, olu-tcingarouiid
"I was" actilly skairt.but folks o'nlv laff- looks are nold and estranged; others havei
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...1 nn,1 Ofl.l Tnolilin nA.iln'l L,....,r ll k..l T
iu, mill nun ii vainni nwun I niiiin n, uu, i
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dido t feel exactly easy in my conscience
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rhnv ti.nlf tl hlir wreAlh nt nrainn nnil
sprue.) boughs and red ribbins. and put it
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on my head nigh aht.ul ruined my now
cap ami fixed a bokay , in my apron
struma, nnd Five mo another to hold In
iiiv in.nu i.i. u Liie
my html nnd then they sot me up on a
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slalld ou my throno. 1
'doclare, I never felt, so queer in all my
born pilgrimage! I didn't know wheth- lairs of evening are unsurping the noon
cr I was K'Zish Small or somo oilier per-1 day, Still we press onward; the goal is
son. Everybody cot down on iheir knees 'not yet won, tho heaven not vet reached.
to me, and called mo 'your highness, ate!
your majesty,' tilll I didn't know but they'd
lost their senses.
At tho very mill it they was singing a
hem called 'Go I savu ihs Queon,' along
rushed Joshua Small, puffing and paint,
ing for dear life. My blood nigh about
ran cold when 1 seed him, for I knowod
by the looks of his physiology that there'd
be a row.
'Gracious!' scz I, 'I guess I've kotched
"Joshua didn't say nothing to nobody
hut he cleared his way lisrht ihrotiL'h the
crowd, climbed up on the pile of boards,
and grabbed me by tho arm. saying, in an
'Keziah, what aro you doing here?'
'Nothing,' scz I.
fit's qo sich thing,' soz ho. 'Theyr'c
perposing upon ye, and like as not cal
oulating to burn ye at tho stake, as they
did John Hogis! I'jl save you,' sez be,
or perisb iu tho attempt! liberty, or
death!' sez he, shouting, and clapping lis
'Maroyl' sez I, 'the man's actily ce
"Joshna kept tight hold of my arm.and
fit -his way through the crowd, kicking
right and left the master. Mr. Filz Jones
j nit i iij uerpove uui ii warnt no use.-'
irir.-i .a r..nAua r.ur . . . .
Joshua knocked liim one ami i ',
i 1 1 V I iwm wu. L T : 1 1 F I I 1 1 I llHCI
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, i other.
"When we (rot home. I v., r-i
Joshua . real footer, and earned thing
j to him; and I gurss he was u let-lie ashm -
pi ,,f iimooII , e. j D i .. ' j--... .iiunjiiinc iji ins youiil was M
.wnir - i 1 r , , !8"ft?",nrr '"" 'f fuel what bright- yours, and ren after he b-iran
a I K.x..h, sex. he. thought it , is rigorous and doi.ati. in tl.-ir theolo-, hi.downard co.irs,, he ! M InJui
wo dn't do yo any good to s,t , li.-re. What . re,pe,;t more, in s,,i of loiou. as the firm, around him and wouM
r;? th, addition "hi"
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con fa a married mso, at a church me,,, -
I ho da.,
I'll mtfrt. .
a , ber, he s a powertul hand afi-r the wim-
"So, you see the whole wcret was out! havs bean pas4i,ii throub an epoch of un
oshua was iellun! WhII tumr mi,,.1 1.' I.nll.r ...A i. ,...:..:.. i ...
. h I W H IU 1QI IVHII Mifir m,n.' ..'.
...... man. nr
dead and g,,.P-and ilu doon's wife is
1 1 A - Tl f . j..a
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in jHIn . s .. .1 ,. - 11
uinmiou neuu uiuvtuersL-nra hw u 7.-
.. - u.,i
is a man of direct aims and purpeses.
I llAm it fi A i.imm.iviiif !l.t..
j There is
!.:, y uoiives,,
nnu nence ti;ere is no jarriiK' or discord-
ancv in Ins character, lie wis iuh in
. r . . ' "
riif ir Hiw in mnal nnn.. t. . : II
I '"T, " uu". ,le
' V?1' ? .TTn' .
,vayg a clear and wortiv cm .ha w I hpv
rectitude ol thought, conirols all that aroi
i . il, m ;,. C..1, . I ....
llll: null jl'l UlllLII HIIU Vt'l
resisles!) 8wsy. FuU,lfllI l0 evc doln'C3.
would no more prove recreant lo n,,y lov-
I . . . r . . . J
. in nr.imna tl... rt l.n ... I.I.....I
w. ..w.mq umu .iu nuuiu uiui.iivuie
tL.. : ...i ... ..' .i
ins miisci iu wiiom imj ueimvus, or man
tie should forswear the
U : , . ,
iivuua. x- .uciiiy u..u bt utu bo iuoe
, i . J ...
iVIOHiiill LI1Q S.UU.UII ll WIIIUU
u:.i..i:. ...i . .1
.uwuiiv. uj ,uo iv ..iiiu. a to ii io leiart ure to
most aiu music in ins manners which.,, ope, ; anu conune nun entire: v to eccle- j her patient fotbearance her precious for-
no sentimental refinement has ever given. , wl"'out '"tcgrity. It is the basis, aia:i.-l authority. The National Couo-Uveness. Then only in kindneKS let yonr
His speech ever fresh from pu.ity and i.,. , "'.e 8L;c",r.'l' 10 w "?h e. V'r.Id i cil ol tl'8 Grcek Cdurch, wi.ith has been band rest on each honored little head-
Inui most sacred prmoip.es; they are in ., .. .. '"""
the last recesses of Ws moral being; llievcnnot harm h.m, his word has the effi.
ara imbedded in the 'life: and to vio!at;ie'enc of a. "d: . 0 "'"S-
woulJ ... t0 lin aa ..:.;,., Br.,fg"a 10 ,".18 8,rl,Jcc,
termination, the suicide ol his soul.
Nor is such a man unrewarded, for thei
goodness that Ho.o largely gives is Iarga-
; i -:,! i,,i. . i.:. . ...i .....r:...
lrr,.nl ,lMlU l;r ' ana ' .
8 ti.n . r .i . . ness enougn o avoui a uisnonorau c ac-
;. io shallow. On the contrary . it is deep.. , f ,. . . "f
land strong. The river that tills its oliaii-l .n. '" en0U" ta 1)9 asUamed
'!nel glides smoothly nlong lh the power ofi '
: IJOj 8),ai0iV
j "el glides smoothly,. long ,h the power
1 ,. . . . ? .
1; but ,ho orc. ; of wis(loln
maml; but iho lores is the Inrce of wisdom; .-ifl uad not bum more afraid of hell
and the coinma.id is the command of love. '.La,, I was of heave,,. I ahonl I hava .UI,.
And vet the authority that rules so effect-
uallv never eathers an antrrv or an irritu -
bje cloud over the brow of the ruler; and
this sway, which admits of no resistance
does not repress one honest impulse of nit
lure, one moment of the soul's high free
dom, one bound of joy from the heart's
unbidden gladness, in the spirits of the
Life. How truly docs the journey of a
single day, its changes and its hours, cx-
hunt the history ot human hie! We rise
; up in the glorious reshnes-t cf a spring
, morning. The dows ol night, those sweet
; trees of nilurs, are hanging from each
; hough in the refreshing lnorniiiij. Our
step tho scene b'oomes mori'lovely Iioiii
hv hour our hones l.eenme more brh.'liter
A few of our coinnnninns have dronned'
1 - - -
iawav, but in tho muliitudc lemaining.nnd
I the beauty of tne scenery, their hiss is
T. tunfelt. Suddenly wo have eutei'Gd on a
-U , m iv en
' 1 .. I .. .1....... . vol 1.... .... A.mn .. en!
mill uuu il III HDi iu. Ilu IIILia uiu niu,i. ., ., , ,. . . , . ,
I., . , , in the i.idividual who is fond of ihir cul
, ling u son us and now hopes are beck-1.. .
I r .... tivation. Ihovare th sourcs ot en n
inninir na mt. Am hi h nn unn t:.mn nr
" n - w
before us, butvomh and affection are bo -
J hind us. The scene is more glorious and
brilliant, but the beauty and freshness of
' . . . . J. .
! ilu mnriiimr have failed, and forever. On '
! ward ftiid onward vtc g6;4he horizon of
and I inn rcciiles s we ndvancc to it, die
shadows begin lo lengthen, and the chilly
l'he orb of hope, that had cheored us on
is sinking in tho wrst; our limbs begin to
grow faint; our hearts to grow sad; we
turn our g.t.e upmi ihe scones that we 'occupation, may look with scorn upon llie , dent and Vice 1 resident at Chicago, sev
l.avo passed but lho shows of tno twilight j tl,,. laborer engaged al his toil; but his entecn new Ilpub'ic.n pap.rs have bon
have interposed their veil between us; tvCicorn is ionise his contempt honor. i started in Central Illinois.
look around for lho familiar faces, the
companions of our travel, but wc gazi in
vain to find them; we hnvo outstripped
them all in the race after pleasure and the
phantom has fled: and caught in a land of
strangers in a sterile and- inhospitable
country, the night time overtakes us; the
dark and terrible night time of death, and
I weary and heavy la.len, wo lio down to
rest iu thejbed of lho grave! Happy ,thricc
happy is he who has laid up treasures for
himsull lor the distant nmt unknow to
IiLKNK8s, Said the distinguished Chat
ham to his son: "I would have inscribed
upon the'eurtains of your bed,' and the
walls of your chamber if you do not rise
early you can never progress iu anything.
If you do not set apart your hours of
reading, if yon suffer yourself or any one
else?b break in upon them, your days
will slip through your hands unprofitable
and frivolous, and really unenjoyed by
A I 1 1 V I I III I
n e know of some indiscreet per.ot.s!
. , , r
w ho are a wav. etulnvnriinr i. ..; ,1,.
'.,....... ,.r .. " ' u 71 "
liieldinL' tlieir reliL'ious r,iincin;ii TJ.l
,n,nwkj, jiioiuuiiu o-.nviouoas, no
Without fear'of the world's
moral courajrs to ,o!d religious views
MM I lir.ll I Ln (..Til.. n.l.i. IaI-
cry. If the
world is to be fUiriVf-rc.tr. il nutr t,a l.m,;Ut
, .... ... U nn wifir IVA 1-llitflfft 11 St V.
1 " ' " " " va r s kv i. . i
I.Alir ... . ' : It . t
uuiini nun BKHDiicism. jjijl there are
jaiKn of rclurninj; fait',, and many men'
I - J
wmuu iu uiace u.e ic I WHICH
1 . .
, Ave B6 h nr w.tm n -lal nr..-.. .u
, nothing fr them but drive them baok i.i-
tn trnrua irrA. . ,1 J 1
" . u uFr .,cplI;ira. -
ueiitfion is a nosmve t hint?. Jt sava to
I I r
. the sinner, believe thus, n.,,,1 ,!, ih.r f n
, ... .
Jihni, al.nl, r, T..
"7" vv ,"rou' 118 "quiremenia are
ere W J1"1 ! '"L6":1
IxTROHiTY. One of the ui .st exc-llent
I . . .
. .. .
I ",,,, i.tl ; , r 7' , t",','M0 on f,it y'" i" the
'a d 1 1Z t . 'Greek Church, to deprive the I'a.riarch
h'!.rn..T.Tw . ;.
w. kjtwk .uiuin u II iu M wii i mii srijii- wm
trt min-riM A ni ai. oh n n.t
WK uttauat.'B w" inaiviuuais.
u vucii iuo nucuuin UCJUrUIIl.M V. A
. . , . . -,
, thousand devices are needed by the art-
a,'UreS' of,r.,llch h.onest' "Png "
Ir nnwn nn urir Tr. l.a r.. n..,., n
" ' - " uinibit'iu
.1. t i,i, , .
tliat a number of falsehoods a sum un.
, . . ,. ,, ,, ,
ii.uui, ii.av iv ui:iy not nil. llie mm Ol
I i , .
integrity stands up in ihe proud conscious
i t i i i i
. neaa .if h.a nwn mural wn.tli La m.o.la ,,.m
., ... . ... . , . ,
"ItcDroaches have ..a nowr in nffl ;i
, " ' un..,e, neu ...teg uy or u.e
. .. ... r. -
-'. ' ..
compound character which is alone mis
. erable often the man who has not firm-
h lo avoid a dishonorable nc -
the man of unblemished ihterrri.v or the!?ar eJ r- Douglas as a tender to the
JaT Whatever he may be now, llenrv auopt. Asa private individual, he io
Ward Beecher, according to his own con- tends to support Mr. Breckinridge.
lfoeeion. wasnot a heavemy minded youth. It in stated that .he Hon. Thomas Cor -
t j: ... .t .Li.-i c 1.... t........ r.
111 .cuoiu uiauouisa lie inus poriraj-s nis
U.l nt t r,n ... i..,.. t, i..
1 ,n,i ; -i, .t. ..1 t...r .1:1
not want to be.
The idea that I picture of heaven is no
more now than it was wh-n I was young.
n. . t ..i ....... i.:i.i:.i. .1
ui . 1 imio uui nvi.iy uiil.uioi. t))l.lirt..
.1 . !,...-"
lliinos around ihe throne."
iti) Here as a
good moral under the
guise of a fable:
"A young man once picked tip a sov
ereign in the road. Ever Afterwards, as
We are not to praise God as if we Wen, g.n-ymei.ieymitc.letischinpr.ieldt-schupvon
many parasites, so many courtiers, whose! JrirmPlxi'(lvxv,rt,,rew,a'10t"Plustena1
interest and doty it is to ssv rra.,dilolie,,t!SMld. dutfh'. 6Pill,r'S out '"8 M
he walked along, he kept his ey.s fixed' J to it determined, by the grace of God en-
steadily on the ground, in hopes of lind-j iT?TThero is nothing which creates ;abling her, to undertake something on its
ing another, And in the course of a long 'hirst more than labor in the sun, and behalf. Accordingly she spoke to several,
life, he did pick up, at' different limes, a sueh bsing the case, it is the riu y of the ; but received nn encouragement' but" was
t'oodly number of coins, gold and silver, (firmer to have a cool and refreshingdrink' repulsed. At length she resolvsd upon
But all llieae years, while ha was looking supplied to his bands in the field. A 'commencing a S-lilaih School. Whilo
firthem, ho saw not that the heavens1 drink made in the proportion of five gal-. walking to her phion the Crsl morning she
i wure bright a'mve him, nnd t.amie beau -
uM mound. He never onee allowed his
.1.1 r ... .1 . 1 a 1 1
cys w iook up ir.nn tne mua an I nun in
which besought the treasure: and when
he died, a rich old man, he only kn-w
this earth of ours ns a dirty lead in which
to pek up money as yon walk slong.'.'
! LOWERS What a I.Kimili,! world this
is. What a beautiful drapery is given to;
nature by hor manifold variety of dowers.!
J . . J. i
a delicate refined taste it betokens
"'oi.i i. ... :i i .......
.. . . . e
,,lo.,0. n liim ,.1,1 .1 tn till mn i nn t
IK . .V""1"1".1"" '"" ' -
I the young and the car to the old and
the 1? -Thry s.n.l upon us ,n our;M il)a t timcu wouij be , great
morn i nit duties and shed noon uur-oa-Iv-1 . . . .... ....
morning duties and shed npon our oa h
way their swet balmy fragrance. Their
gentle tears are the loveliest earth over
hrhohls. They were intend- d to make
life more joyeus eaith moro lovely, and
time more valuable.
f-fTEvcrv vounir.nvtii should remm-
ber that ihe world honors industry. The
'vuliar and useless idler, whose energies
f mi ) n.nd body are. rusting for want of
BkiyWo havo a little six-year older, a
mong our juvenilj acquaintances, who is
noted among his friends for his original
anil precocious saying... T. t. . i
The other .lav he broke out abruptly . f Tommy my son what are you do-ni.b-Father
what makes negroes black? 'hre"'"h r dangling in he
Father ttied to explain the supposed , "T0"''!,' t0 catc1' co.ld ,ra8- 80 t,iat
reasons to suit his comprehension, and i' Iayhave some more of those cough
the course of his remarks said that tl,v lozenges you gave me yesterday,
were thedesceiidants of Ham, one ol the ggf The Newark Evening Journal
sons of Noah. Gdorgie pondered awhile, states that the name of Jacob Van Ars-
and at last b.iv'hiciiimr up, he taid. very
Was it smoked, ham, fsthnr.
at Rogers mentions a clever thing
said by Lord Dudley, on some' Vienna
lady remarking lo him thus
"Wretchedly bad French you speak in
'It is true madams,' replied his lord-
ship, ' we have not enjoyed the advan-
tae of havihg the French twico in our
T.t m.n ... k. .r ....
.. ai, ,w Willi, ui VI.9
h.... i - . i.i . ...
."rJl T"""M ,a eauu ami .poiieuin
ZX'nitoot 1Z X I T r
l f''' Mrl,er
ware ol .nt.-mperance. The danifer oftl.il
vice lies in its almost impi-rcBDiible
i n . . . ' . r
Few who perish t,y it have done
un 1... '..m i. s A .
i outl: does not
smpect drunkennoiis in the uparklin" bev
erage, which quickens all its susceptibili
ties of joy. The invalid do's not see it in
'.he cordial which givfs uew tone to his de
, bilitated org.ns. Tlx, man of thought
and trcniUi uetnets non.tvnir r.n In
- tr ' ' m
.k ,t i. .i ' " .
will sink him too low for the intercourse
: i i .
. ln woicn nc no Ueii-rnts. Inteii.pera,,, o
mmi,. nr;I- t.;. .1...
- " " J .V .K OH I ' ''.' BIIU
lirjf inr.lj mill. iA.lnl. I : .1. . 1.
u.-., vw.un "hii ukyii ui iiviu u ue
'( m . . . . O
wit; I lis truth ot mournful exp.riei.ee,
; ( 16 r'.,,".,.,n, 'H haW" e:' !
The Gkekk Cir-ucii. A
i' CortstHnt.n.iple, Ihe acknowledged head,
,.r ,i. i i. i, i . i . .
- - - - j.--., v..w n..u
i t i i . i . i .- . ..
IUI IHO VllUICll UI H'i:U HI linWI-r I llin
vj;s nynou nKve nut. erio exerctwd similar
, 8efgion fur nearly two yea-s, nd clofcd
n kj,.l n. w. l.'L..... 1... t. ...
i uvuuui.iivuo l ,l A tOI ,,C.l J .BI.I, UJS
b,en , by ie .tio TLe j
decided msjoritv. to dep:iv tl . I'aui-
, . . , . . ' . . . ..
a ri Ii anil nml. ..I r.ll ..mi .. nn.. . .. .Ii
j. j mi. "vuiai quia juui
a-..i ...t .:-n.. ,.r ....
l"1 f"-i, .n vrjjcv.iaii ui ma rituv io
i L.v .., T ,. ;l ..,..;,..
t J ' n.ii ...iiuiiiiuiDlluU-
Mn l.na.vpr r,..rri. .v.. l i..i.i ...il
i ' ' iii; un .uu
.. -i .r . i
i i iuii.ibi.ih -
Marshall, in his ip ech nt the Cal
! ,imore ratification mteting, aid "he re-
I ,,.!. f. TV.,, ..I.. . t I..
, .mn.i n .,.nn.r.ii..A. I... I,.... r . l :i
( uiHvviii ivv.uii.isi i. a. no, bueieiore. cut 1,1-
connection with him.
Mr. T. T. Tredwav,
who was appoint-
led factor by the Democrat of Vir
. . . ' ...-... .
ginti, has resigned because he cannot pre-
.sume to decide for his constituents which
of the conflicting tickets they ou-'ht to
of the conflicting tickets they ougii to
l" toun.oru j.ii.ia.rs lor
.Lincoln and Hamlin. Clay and Corwin
, fill do a good work among ih Hoosiers.
: "1 vauts to s..-hiun in de Lucili.
said a foreigner to the elerk in a sbinDiiiL'
i:"r'",,k w.",fcm" ,P'g 01 i genuy, jenny, sep nacK tnoN
'n,8Pl,rat",n '? ,n'e!lcCt an1 "ntiion.nr words. Avert ihat cold cruel stare I
nW,f 'T' 'il"U dr. jo t M quivering of the graved
tnt the pUm tint inmuts. enntLHaiAai mi Mrir nn i- Mi A i 4
n. 1 1 . : , v.
Well, said the clerk with pen in hand ! l'lis State which had about nix hundred in
what's tir name? 1 habitants, but not a single church or house
Il is Hans Yanansimhandordanu3eva -
. . , , ... ,
iiun., and tnkin; a resh on.
Heavens! s.id the clerk, I can't write sencc was thrown under religious iuttu
that. Look n-hera mister what is it ir.;enccs which resulted in her conversion, as
English do you know? she believed. Immediately her heart b'e-
Yah, Ich does. It is Yon Smidt. j came interested in ihe spiritual stale of the
The poor clerk fainted.
j Ions of water, halt a gallon of inollasses,
nd one qa.tner of a pound of ginger, well
.:... .11... 1 i. : i
, u.m .ery
; vig irating, refreshing and safe.
xft?"A little girl, showing her litl'ecous
iu, about four years old, a star aid.
"lhalsiar you see up there is bigg"
"'a" this world.
"No, it sin t, ' snid he.
'' f9 '9-
ii'n.. I 1 .... I ,1. - nrl,
I lutli wuy "on i 11 seep u.e rain on:
A Case For Medical Aid. Old Lady
l! Doctor, I've brought you an old hen
Oh! Doctor. I've brought you an old hen.
i.i ,i i i . ,.
and please could you give her something
tn Ml u L' a lull IrtTT liqii.rli'.l or,rB a a m O n tT '
accommodation to Uo?
"My son, hold up your bead, and tell
me v ho was the strongest man?'
"Cause the whale couldn't holJ him f
ter he got him down.' . .
t-rT The Chicago Tress and Tribune
says lhat since the nomination of Tresi
I jt-grTiiK Daily News, a penny journal
published in Philadelphia, and a strong
a'vocate of Fillmore in !$5G, has oome
out in favor of Lincoln and Hamlin.
, dale, Esci.-.' is on the Dougla Naiipnal '.
Comittea without knowledge and conseut,
'and contrary to his wishes.
3TSonator Bright -is about to start s
daily paper at Indianapolis, in the Breck -
inridge interest. Dr. B.'F, Mullen, "one
of the Directors of the new State Prison,
win dome eumng.
3rThe Indiana in the Carson valley
region have been hostile for Rome time
past, and it is reported that 800 people
have been killed by them. - - ,
HBAVByis nx none.
I bat (nr.Ur hr, .
Heavta la any hooi
. . Earth is a d.atrl Sraar.. , , .
Ha.f.a W my kuma. -
' ' 1 . , -v
Danror am) sorrow stand
Hound or. vv.ry a.nd)
UcsT.a la my father land;
tUaf.Dta any aomt: ' "
then at my Savior's aldo,
Haaraa Is as? hon.,
1 shall be (lorlS.d,
UcaTna it aay iioma: .
There art Hi. fond f,d blr.l.
- Tboao 1 love .1.0.1 aad best;
There too I sovo shall rest.
Hmvsd laeay hum.
Th MuTHBRLess Thev are motherhit!
.'i i .1 ...
las! that torrOK should ever make a child's
I. . a
heart us home.
! Ti . ,..inu.. t
1 .l. V.. ll.'I.HVII... I
QfTftft am tattnlal
' Miv.!jrA..M 1. J .H - a. .
miumwi iuk w mrir Uriur wun triiuirur
a. . . . "
hearts wearying r,t the irksome dt,y
No fond .'weft ki.s ; no war embr.ee.
. Ni b'"-'' ! cf . omlort and lovs. ' Ho
Missing the low, sweet Cxdence of her
voice ; missir.e that tender "p-ood niaht."
'seeking, seeking, seeking all in vain," that
j,k for the weary dove-a mother'.W.
Draw the little form, near the heart!
I'tliW fl A ailil. l.na.f anrat r.iit Y.nam 1
rii .i . . . . .
t niun V. Bulling I1CBM U UJU f UU UUffU I
' o r
Think i-.Cvr.iit- at.. .11. ..l.M.il r.n I v.la
1 " UI I7UI PUUIM V MIIUIIVUU . I VUI UIU
laer a earneat lota ! tier trentlis care
, 1, UU a 1
0n , , b fl h d , . ,
the still water, of the preciou, Saviour's
I . . . ....
la ... I. t
l.... 1 1. .. L . .1. 1.1 A V i:
.use . jjrv yours ua tus uicbbqu ueueuio-
. ... , ... j.
nun ; inasmuch as vo nave oone n io
l.t. . .1. ..... .1.1 :.
IIIC ICIHI VI ..ICSf, VO ..HVO UOI19 U1IIU
u i...:L-:-, j.
: iu, sbr.ncu.urr ine.r ln'rna eo a.wayo
. .r- J
, .m.io.u iu iiceoi our rnviier id neave.i
Then, it may be that a child's hand shall
lead you to that heavenly home. A child's
hand j. lace the crown upon your head.
Sprak remlylo it,, moth.rle.sl
A weight of .o lbe bear. . ' t
Gr.e( tbeui will, loots of tenderness.
Oa.' add on to Ih.lrcar.
Speak gp.illy to ihe .ootberl.st,
When tears their eyes hediiut vn
Kemerober who has hid them come '
Aad lead Uieia uu.o Llinl '
Then yours shall that rich hlesslnir he
Friends, ;e hate done Hits unto tae!"'
Wm t WolfW B-Th. Pl.il.iel-
i.den , showing what one woman, con-
I?1'8"!"1. ' Chnrtdid for a v,l-
Isee in the mountains of Pennsylvania.
. , .
1'0 car, estimate lb. home missionary
, Power ?' IU1S in me nt-arts ot
le.ven ? bundrell, part of the professed
! Christians ot ourcountry 7 Ihc Instruc-
' ""ys r "Ten 5ears since, there was a
, hills town in the mountainous regions of
, of worship, nor, so lar as known, a single
i"" - no P senses .0
! P" 'S'- Abou thsi t.mealady
r.Cs,de.J, Mt8 lcd 10 visit some
, I- t. . . w.
irienus in tne esi, ai.u uuring her ad-
placeofherresider.ee, and she returned
j met the gem'eman who now made this
statement, I nt hn too discouraged her.
She however went on, had two scholars
that (fay, the next Sabbath six, and be
fore ihe summer was close ! one hundred
and sixty. Shor ly after the school was
well itart-d the public began to be inter-
ested, many became p.-ronal inquires after
Uhrist, a minister and rrgular preacher
were sought: and now as the population
has deadly increased, and religious du
ties, have been presisted in, there are five
organized Churches in ihat place, thrte
CI .L. .I . 1 I.. .I I.L... I:.J'J
I'1" ? uunrc,i
;clnldren in tnetn, and six vouns men have
gone from that place, nnd ','rom this effort,
j"lt0 lho U,r,sliao
TflK Bibls. There is a sublime gran
dear, divine sublimity iu contemplating
the mission and dnsu'ny of the Bible.
Wherever its holy influence is felt mi its
teachings obeyed, there man attains the
highest degree of moral ex ellem e. The
Bible dispels Ihe gloomy clouds of igno
rance from the gazo of man speeds on-'
ward tbe mighty car of civilization, and
actuates man to perform deeds- of lasting
purity. The Bible is a. gem containing
pesils ol untold value. It is a standard
for Earth's erring millions, and the home
t-ook of Heaven ; ihe lighthouse of hope
looming up through life's tempestuous
sea, guiding the despairing soul, fiom ff
tbe shoals of vice, through the "murky
dees," of sin, and watts it triuuiphiint.lt
a harbor of Eternal' Rest. Iu influence
sparkles and shines l'ke a brilliant star in
'.lie midst of clustering bests of worlds,
eclipsing by its glorious splendor, tbo
brilliancy of the gloomy wotlds around.
Its influence in the heart of man like iha
sparkling gem of purity, breathes forth in
us mud teacbiftg, a balm tor the weary
soul. The sacred rays, ot Love, Peaoe,
Truth snd Purity beam and radiate from
in glowing rage. The weary, ana nesvy
j laden of all classes und conditions, seek
here the oonsolations which nothing else
la.The Tribune gives a lists of the im
provements which are to taks place io New
York within the next six months, th ag
gregate r.lue-of wbic'o i over 85,000,000.
in love reprove that stiicken little