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TItE GUKCK SLAVE l'UIZE POEM
As hasboeo previously .nnouncd In the papers,
Jtf.C. L. Derbv, lhe Actuary if the Cosmopolitan Art
udWorary Aclllonf Saukusky, Ohio, 1.1.1
.. d ... ...i..i.l .ututo of the Greek Slave.
... Hi.triboilo.1 as . nriie by th.t Society.- A prise of
ono hundred (1oU.wmU offered for the best ode
to this great work, of which Atnorlca Is sojustly proud'
- r ih. Tribune: R. B. Willi. of Uie Mu-
Id Worlds bii II. rVler.of the Kv.ulng Mlrror.wer
1p.int4.oaju4ltory eoniiulUoe; and on th 3d
... .i .1 War A iisnaHn lln-
tnsl.,tkey declared tn. following j a
' .i. hundred eont In. Thoro
,e M1,a... Ilne.,h1guir ppr.rt.tlv.of the beautiful
. ...... .j... r Ki.nt. in Duzanae's composition.
thew I. healthy to in U, fleUo to nU,e'
iialy-raraby nor ssntltamiuu.
nun TrtTBB ORBBK 8LAVE.
beiiccl.it. th. C'PI" aa.ift.rar....-
' ' traCfa. , . .
' , -t.1.' . t'itVWl! BI'.jlKK.
O OrweW y more Mm Moslem fetter. Mnll'dl
' 6, nmrblo ptlsen at wdiwit thought,
, Whora llfo Uh.lfrocll'd
An benucy wcswctci), H""'
V hy hiintet thou my drom, enrobeH InligliK '
. And ntinojphered in purity, wherein
Ullno own iul I. tr.nllgurod, nd grow. bright,' ;
(: A. though o wgol .utttcd wj IU .In.,
' :V ' O Chastity of Art! ' .
1 : oboldl thl. maiden hupe mnlo olltudct , .
.. I Of all the busy in.rt; ' "
Beneath hor .oul'. IwmoM.mMo wp,
All .en.uous vision lies subdued, ' -r
,:Andfronj her velle.deyeetlio IIw . ; . ,
bt tear. I. Inward luraed uiion herhoart , i
- While on th. prisoning Up, . ",' r ' . '. '
rller oloquout Vl'l,woo,' ; - '
Fulls patient glory ,a from eloudedmoonrt " '
" S.Tere In vestal graco yot warm ,
And dexilo with the dcllcule glow of youth, ..
h Sho ataiids the sweet embodlmout of truthj
-Her pure thonghls, olustoriug round her form,
llto MraFhArmonts, whiter thaB th snow.
Which tho wild sea upthrow j . ,
"lt ,0-Gn(u! ihou const chain ... r
, Kot mjirble only, nui me nu- .
n.' And melt the heart with. oftoontrol. . ..
''. .And wake .uch reverence In the brain,
1. - Thai man nvqr e forgiven,
'If in the anolentday. hodwolt
Idolatrous with wsulpturod life, and knelt ; -
Te Beauty more than nonvon! . ....
' -' " 1 fjonlu's ks worship! for Its work. ador. . '
i i,.": iha Indulte flourco of all UieUglorlon. thought,
Ij'.o blessed Art, like Future, Is o'orfraught
, with such wondrous .tore
. C' Ot hallowed Inftn.nce thatwe whogaio
Brighton her creations, haply pray and praliet
Oo then, fair Blavel and In thy fettor. teaoh
What H jbvcu Inspired and.Gonlus had ,design'd
Bo thou Kvaagelof uue AKandproch .
-The fraedom of tile Mind. .
TIIE TUB EE BUIDES.
: ' A THRaWKG- BTOHV. .-
'Do vott Mtid the sexton, 'those
ttifda hillocks yonder, side by side? There
sleep threa brides,, whose . history I am a
boiit to relate. Look there, sir, on yonder
bill, you Hi if observe a littlo desolato
houso, With a little straggling fence in front,
and a few stunted apple trees on theasoont
behind it. It is sadly out of repair now,
and tho gardenia overgrown with weeds
and brambles, aud the whole place has a
desolate appearance.' If the winds' were
high, now, yoa might hear tho crazy shuU
W flapping against the sides, and the wind
4-Irr rriMiv nllinOrlaS Off the ' roof.
anv years- ago there lived in that house
n AA man. who cultivated the feV acres
. of ground that belonged to it. ' .
rti. r..ri, asnlf-taun-lit man deefi
t X 11V www " o .
u. ...,a in tVia rrtvstoiics of science, ana
jry tui ireu . j . '
ss ho could tell the name of every flower
i.f Ki0r.mnft In f hft wood, or ffrw in
the garden, and used to sit up late at night
at nis oouK.8, ur in icuina j j
of the starry heavens, men inouguk. no
erasy orbewitched, and avoided him as the
r-i -aViiiit tlirt o'ifiod and the en-
1111 ua ii i v i v 0
lightened. A foW there were, and among
mourners, with a pans' at his heart, but
serenoty upon his brow. lie thanked his
friends tor lueir kinaness, acknowicagea
their courtesy, and then strode away from
. l L J '.
iue grave, v) Dury ws griei in uie privacy
of the deserted dwelling. '
lie touna at lasitiiusomuueoi me man
sion almost insupportable, and he paced
tln pVinnv flimr from mnrniniT till niirllt.in
all theajfony of woe and desolation, vainly
. , ! Tl
imporiuning neaven jor reuei,, j. w
him in the guise of pootio inspiration. Ho
wrote wuu wonaonui ease auu pwer.
Tarra affAr nnrnl nftma fl'nm llta nrolifie ncn.
almost without an effort, and there was a
timo when lie dreamed (vaiu tooi; 01 .im
mortality. Some of his productions came
before the worll. . : They were praised and
nirf ulatpil. and InnuliiuB SCton foot in hope
of disooverintr the author. He, wrapped
, 1 .1
in the veilot tmpenetraoie ooscuruy, y
ened to the voice of applause, the more deli
cious because it was obtained i , by stealth.
From the obscurity of yonder lone mansion,
and from this region to send lays that as
tonished tho World, was indeed a triumph
. .i -
10 iue visionary caru
v 'His thirst for fame hrtd been gratified,
and he now began to yearn for the compan
ionship of some sweet being of the softer
sex, to share witb Him ine laureis ne nau
won, and to whisper Consolation in lus ear
;n iha mnmnnti nf desnondencv. and to
sunnlv the void which tho death Of a fath
er had occasioned. He would picture to
himself the felicity of a refined ' intercourse
with a highly intellectual and beautiful
woman, and as he had chosen forhis motto,
'Whatever has been done may be done,
he did not despair of success. . '
'In this village lived three sisters, all
beautiful and accomplished. Their names
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were Mary, Aaeiaiae ami mauciiiio.
am far enough past the age of enthusiasm,
but never can I forget the Deauty ot inoso
fliwt. vniinrr rirla. Marv was the vounsr-
J o rt . . . , ,
est,, and, a fairer-haired, more laugniug
damsel, never danced upon the green.
Arli.lnl,!.) wlir. wiib a few vears older, was
darkhaired and pensive; but of tho three,
Vr.,rlliivn tVn clitnnt rvnRRpd tlin most fire.
spirit, culiivationand intellectuality. Their
fnihnr n ivinYi nf InstA and aucauon. auu
beinff somewhat above the vulgar prejudi-
ces, permitted the visits of the hero of my
story. BtiU he uia not cncwirBge ma in
fection ho found springingupbetwecn Mary
and tho poet. . When, however, he found
. . . i v
that hor anecuons ,were engugeu, uo um
not withhold his consent from their mar-
rinrrn. and the recluse boro to his mansiou
the young bride of his affections. Oh.slr,
the house assumed a new appearance with
in and without, y. y ,
'Roses bloomed in the garden; jessamines
peeped through the lattices, and tho fields
about it smiled with t ho entctsoi more
careful cultivation. Lights -were . seen in
tho parlor in tho evening; and many a time
Hip nnqsAr-liv naii so at - the trardon
gate to listen to strains of the sweetest mu
sic, breathed coral voices from uie cottage.
If the mysterious studvnt and his wife had
been ueirlecfed by tho neighbors, what car-
. . m. . . , rr
oa ineyT , xneir enauring hiuhui suou
tion made their home a little Paradise.
But death came to Eden. Mary suddenly
f..ll oiclr imwI nfmr n fnw hours illness died
in the arms of hor husband and her sister
Madeline. This was the stuaent s Becona
heavy affliction. : '
JLavo, iuuu.ua viv " . i .. -
of the bereaved was to sit with tho sister of
the deceased and talk of the lost one. To
Adolaide he offered his widowed heart,
The bridal was not one of revelry and
mirth. Yet they lived happily, and the
rose again blossomed in the garden. But
it seemed as if fatality pursued this singu
lar man. When the roso withered, and
the leaf fell, in the mellow autumn of the
year, Adelaide too sickened and died iiko
her sister, in the arms of hor husband and
'Perhaps you will think it strange.young
man. that after all, tho wretched survivor,
stood again at the altar. Madelinel I well
remember hor. She was a beauty in the
true senso Of the word she might have
sat on a throne, and the most loyal subject,
. , i i 1
tho proudest peer wouiu nave uworu
tho blood in her veins descended from a
hundred kings. She loved the widowed
for his power and his time, and Sho wedded
'They were married m that church it
. . 11 . !i
was a - summer atternoon 1 reconeci it
well. During the ceremony, the blackest
cloud I ever saw overspred tho heavens,
this bride pronounced her
vow, a clap of thunder shook the building
to its centre. ; All the females shi icked.but
rVmhridn hp.rWlf made the response with a
steady voice, and her eye glistened with a
Interralltlf te Yonay 9Iea.
IfELESX'ID VICE. ' '
TniinirmAn haoVjlrA nfirllpnnKfi. . AftftUA-
Umi the mind to habits of regular ' labor.
Fix the attention tip'oil a course of useful
ness to jyourseit and . others. ". Awaiccn
within yourself an interest for the accom
plishment of a purpose. Cultivate a habit
r - -- g s i
of patient endurance. Let it be your desire
to secure the approDauon oi the wise ana
good. Link yourself to those who are
doing something in the world, and who
compose the frame work' of society, and
lot your motto ue determination, activity
and perseverance. ' Sit down calmly, while
vmi am VAnnir anrl InnV. m'flP tliA trmtinA
aud get a clear view of what is before you.
Tl. 1 r - !.:.. I
j. nun lajr j uof , ivuuuauuu uiiu w
woik. '. .' ,
What i? the difference botween One who
hArritifl in .a.mnl in l.nlM mnnnnr- snil fin
other who idles away all tho precious time
of preparation? ' The one starts strong and
vigorous into tho-. grand work of life; the
other commences, feebly," aims one stroke
here and another there, and then lays down
his tools, and don't know when he will take
them up again! The one exerts an influ
ence thiouarhout Uie community in which
ne lives, ana nis name is nunoreu, auu
will be . handed down to posterity as one
rtantifi.irl will. Ilia inllnf.u'd tirnrrrnftA in
all that is good and great; - the other is un-
. ... .. .. ... ....' i '
Known, except . dv uiose to wnom ueisa
burden lie is of no use as a member of
sooieiy. or to his own family, and when be
,! jiiI. e .i t.
TitituH awuv niw nnmf. ivi r.re iiiririii.if.il iiv
all those who, connected with him by the
i? e Ml i l r .. 1 -J
hl'soi lunula, win, periiaps, louij icii u
at the recollection of the fact that 'lie died
as tho fool, dieth." It seems surprising
that, two such beings can belong to the same
snofioR. And vet this is the natural cou
sequence of starting in the two different di
rections, v Wo ottou see two sucn wtueiy
differotit careers diverging from almost the
same point' The same family will be able
in roiniip nvpr rinn Ron wlin lifin rt'.aliznd the
expectation of friends, and is pursuing an
uuuuinuiu , mill uuuia unmci, suu wu .no
other hand will bo called to mourn over
another, who is bringing Lis parents - to
shamo. ; .'""'.'' '
I- It is true, too, that every young man has
all these matters jn his own hands. . Each
has the power to turn his , feet ; from the
path of the foolish and seek for true honor.
We are more and more fearfully impressed
wWli tlia fnr.. f hat nvprir man hafl the now-
or of control over his own destiny, except
e i i .. i . : , .f ,1,A nn
in cases oi uusuiuiu igiiuianiio ui nnj
of improvement. Young man, look about
you- Inquire what - you are doing, and
what you ought to do. Lot it not be said
that you are '. "" . .-
, ''Fixed, like a plant, toone peculiar spot
tv. v i).j. ArAw nutrition, nronajrttte. and rot.1' '
If you have been dreaming away your
i , i . . i i i . .. ..
lite, wane up ana tana a. new omru , n i
not too late. You can yet make your mark
unnn iIia world.' These are stirring times.
on1 iLmwrn wo An tint, with Romrt. think tho
world oiUhe high road to perfection, yet
... i it ' i aA .f utahiIaiid am
We KhOW mtll Ulia is nil c wi nuuuvio, mt
il offers an onnortunilv.
"Z j.j,.- 1 r i
for every man who wants to work, which
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has never been oiierea oeiore.
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others, the miuistor,. ine wwyoi,. u steaay voico, uu uer j " -
physician of Misplace; wno anuweu mi- , wua nroassne gaaouupuii uh ui.uo8.v,..
Y ' m a . ' 1 n r. IihI 1ITI ' S ..1 A. l.n..nA nliA a.lllr 11 Itlin
lin'rness to anord mm ooumeusuun, vu ! vv uen arnveu u mw .iuuou, oi.na
they very soon dropped hia acquaintance, the threshhold; but this was the timidity of
r.. (nnA iha rAA ' man Was somewhat the. maidnn. ,: ., , -...'
IVI tUuj luuiiu . v. t ' - .
rosorred and morose, and moreover their . When they were alone, he clasped hor
tanitv Was wourided on discovering the et- hand, and it was as cold as ico! 'Madeline,
tont of hia knowledge. . , said ne, -wnaimeaiis iuii , i "
" 4To the .minister he would quote the as pal0 as your weding gown. The bride
fithW and the scriptures in the original uttered a frantio shriek., 'Mr wedding
fontTUO,' and SnOWOa nimseu nvu .gowni Ciumiuvmira, uv, ...j
.ul . r nniamin rontroversv. I ciuinr'o Khranill Tha hour of. confession
Willi luo wcsmwu3 "' "....w , ' "'" " , V. . , . .
lie astonishod the lawyer- with his pro- has arrived,, It is God that impels me to
found acquaintance with jurisprudence;and speak. To win you I lost my own soul.-
the physician, Was BUrpnseu a v... Ie8) yes a oi"
of his medical knowledge. So all of them on me in the joyous affection of her young
deserted him, and the minister, from whom heart but I gave her the fatal drugl Ado
i, ji-fTWrl m some triflins point of . doc ; Jaide twined her ' White arms aroundmy
." ", ; Cot Married.
' ' ''If you fool as if you didn't know where
to go and what to do, kinder chaotic and
iridoffinito, get marriod. For bringing one
iinrn in fivprl fnp.t and makincf him feel
1 1. w " .... 0
soroohow or other, matrimony is a great ar-
blllC ' , ...... .
To tho above Jooms ' pf . the Salem
Democrat adds the following: That's the
talk; jump into a honey-moon! loung
jnnn whon von find vourself in that pecul
iar, critical condition, when you feel en
tirely unsettled in iue, wneu you nave
inclination to rove from a matrimonial alli
ance with a pair of blue eyes immediately
don't delay it the sooner the better!
It is emphatically true that matrimony is a
great invention, won i you euvy me u.ip-
: r. tl.A 111:.. AfnAii, vnnnrr frip.nd. who
piliusa, ."I? wwvi i wi. J " o , '
returns from the business avocations of
i;r liannir hnmn thp.rc to be wclcom
IllC W I I t J " ---- - ...
ed with bright ohoerful oyes and good dm
ners; JJon I you sign ior conuuumi u.
itxf nnrl nnn to inereaso vouriovs nnd fam
ily expenses, and decreaso your sorrows
and surplus funds? . Don't you feel miser
able when you think of all the happiness
and curtain lectures he enjoys? ' Of course
trnn rln"' Well. 1USC RnCllOT nu BUllIU
yourself down for bushels of blissl . Cast
aside all intervening difficulties overcome
all obstacles ascena 10 me neigru oi ur
prograramo.and commit matrimony. Don't
IIIIIIIIIILU Hinil J 0 IIVlIW law
.,a oiiiot Kii.. hifl farAwoll forever to tbe
ntiu au w. , ,
State of single blessedness, unite destinies
with some loving feminine institution, stay
at home with her, ana expenonce joy im
measurable and inexpressible. In short,
fnnl .nnRulnrnblv all over as tbo
IT 11 U il iy wv. wv. . j
you didn't know what to do with yourself,
dissolve paitnersmp wuu ouu-moc uou
steads,' and get marriedl '; -
; D rjEtLiHO .Traveling itt a stage coach
Profossor V- -v got into an argument
V,. ' iiope olid Sicftiwrj'.
. A baby lay in its cradle. A being with
briffbthair, and clear eye, came and kiss
ed it.---llr name was Hope. iuaursile-
nied it a toy for which it cried, but Hope
told il of one in store for to-morrow. - Its
little sister gave it ft flower, at which it
clasped it hands joyfully; and hope prom
ised it fairer ones which it should gather
forilaelf. i ."-' ":''-' .' -
. The babe grew to; be a boy. He was
musing in the sttoiiiier twilight. Another
beiutr. , with a sweet and serious face.came
and sat by him. Her name was Memory.
Slitjldlu: 'Look behind thee, and tell me
what thou aeest?' ; ! '. .
Thebov answered, 'I see & short path
bordered with flowers. Butterflies spread
out their irdt wins there and birds sine a-
mong tho shrubs.- It seems to be the path
where my feet have "walked, lor tbe be
ginning of it was my own cradle.'
- 'What art tliou holding in . thy hand?'
asked . Memory. ' And he answered, 'a
book which mother gave me. .
'Come hither said Memory, with agen
da vn'tfa 'nnit T wilt tpft1i tliftfl how tn cr.l
honey out of it that will be sweet when thy
linii la mitr '
Thft hnv hpinmn a vnnth. Onnft m Iir
lav in bed, Hope and Memory came to the
n ii . . i-i .I .
pillow, nope sang a merry song,, interne
lark when she rises from the nest to the
skies. ' Afterward, she said, 'follow me,
and thou shall havo music in thy heart,
as sweet as the lay I sung thee.'
Tint Mamnrv kuii! 'Ha shall he mino ai-
ro ' " Hon Raid, 'whv ncp.A wa nnlind?for
las he keepolh virtue in his heart, we will
be to him as sisters, all his lite long. 00
he embraced Hope and Memory, and was
h'liivid of tVipm holh. 1 .
When he awoke they blessed hlin, and
he gave a hand to each, He became a
man, and every night he supped at the ta
ble of Memory with Knowledge for their
At length age found the man, and turn
ed his hair white. Sodim his eye.it seem
ed that tlic world was an altered place. But
. I . 11... I 'l ' I .1 J
11 was ne mmseii mat nau cnangeu, m.u
the warm blood had grown cold in his veins.
. Memory looked on him with grave and
tender; eyes, like a loving' nnd long-tried
friend. She sat by his arm-chair, and he
said to her, fThou hast not kept faithfully
.1 - J 1 Al 1 T - ' 1 J 1
some 01 me jaweis mat 1 enn ubu-u iu nivu,
I lear they are lost. ; -1
She answered mournfully and meekly:
'It mav be so. Tho lock of my casket is
worn. Sometimes 1 nm weary and tall a
slecp. Then time purloins my- key. But
tho gems thou gavest me when life was
new, sec! I have lost none of them. They
are as brilliant as when they came into my
Mumnrv lriultnil nitlifullv on him ns she
. J 1 J ,1.
ceased to speak, wishing to bo forgiven.
But hope began to unioiu a rauiani wiug
nrliii.1i uLn Vinrl Inn or a'Arn oiiAalftd honeaLh
her robe, and daily tried its strength in a
heavenward nignt.- ' '
The old man lav down to die. And as
the soul went forth from the.body, the an
gels took it. Memory ascended by its side,
and went through tho open gate of heaven;
There snc expirea.iiKO arose laiuuv mg
furtli ita lal. ndnrfl.
A rrlorious form bent over her. . Her
name was . immortal Happiness. Hope
commended to her the soul which she had
followed through the world, 'licligion,
she Baid, 'planted in it such seeds as bear
dm fiMiita nf lionvun. Tt is thind' forever.'
ILMU . ' ..J v. . V .
Her dying words were like tho music 01
some breaking harp," mournful, but sweet.
And I heard the voice of angels saying:
. . if a lv.a
'Hope that is born 01 eartn mus. uie, u
Memory' is as eternal as the books from
which men are judged. .. . ,
Marriage is a divine and beautiful ar
rShu.mi.lit T 4Sr-. ili.alirr.ilil VlV lJrt 1
..Jj--.... .... a. 11 1M1 11 ' . v. vj .
dence not soluly as the meant of keeping
V wf i.iiii, J 1 H fuel"? wv-mi .uu v
conomu! convenience, but aa the blending
01 two spirits into one the masculine rep
resenting vitdum, and the feminine, affec
tion. V hen there is a true uniriluril alliui-
ty betw'n Uit two, then the dosign is ac
comnlishedi Kuc.li an nfl'miLV a hulivi-.
may continue in the other life equally as in
.1110. ..... . .
. Premature marriages are amon? the
greatest evils of the times; and it would not
be a bad idea, in these days of reforms, if
an anti-marrying-io-a-burry society were
:...:i... .1 x'. ... - .1 . i 1
iiiDinuieu. imw uav jieupiQ way iuhj
the mcifi li..p.irflM. with no tvirirp jvinaiil-
- 0 - -1 --
eration than they would partake of a dinner
t:..l .1 1 .1 1. 1 .1
nuie lumping mai, ,wueu once, in, iuey
a m tlinFA tinfll lliiii u..l .mi.a Tin.-, .it
but little, sometimes no mutual analysis of
l! '.. I ' r. . -J
uispoaiuoo, ana comparison 01 urr-s anu
aHiii'.tinn. TlifV seem to finfv that if
there are any discrepancies, the fatal Gur
dian knot, which can Le seldom cut. and
ni-vur unitail will Yin rmi.nii.11 nil
Tho numbers who have felt this truth
the numbers still foelintr it 1o their heart's
core are incalculable. Tliey recognise it
as the great misutke of tlicir lives, llie
liuin In nnf In tKam a ciltriin 1.111. lull a .a.
Lie of form, that tightens sround them more
nnrl mnr, iiruiihinrT out nil linnA ftvirt f.ni.r-
13 --- --r.
gy, substituting hate for love, and eating
-1 1 1. ...j .1 .l.i. : 1: t. . 1 11
oui, Trim u rusv, iuo Yery inner iue 01 iue
SAI ' ' -
H.it'R nnrl cfirla -notp mirrv .it a cnwitir
j Q j .. B
extent than ever before, instead of waiting
till they become full grown and matured
men and women 1 he youDg dandy, as
nrm flu ha trrta one or Rhorc l.-u-kotit. and
finds a little fut gathered on his upper lip
auu lite uuiijj iisiii, aa awu m uc
merges from the nursery and abreviated
frocks think ihev.ara well Qualified to as
sume the most solemn responsibilities of
life.. And so if "IV and "Ma" won't
consent, they post off to some Oretna-
(irann anil t.liArA , AjiVa nlilirrationA thiit. in
ninely-nino cases out of a hundred, they
II 1 III - 1. 1 L
win never ceaae uiueriy 10 reueui.
.. Marriase shonld never be the result of
fancy. , The ball-room and the evenintr par
ty rarely develop real character. ender
the exhileratiDg influence of the dance, the
rrlnrn of licrhtn. nnd tha mnrrv Ollin And
joke, the disolute young man may appear
II ' 1 .I.. 1.1. I 1.1 1 LI.
am la Die, auu iue Biaivcrmy buuiu tuveauic.
. . . . ,1 ...
Matches made at sucn places, or unaer sim
ilar circumstances, are not of the elass that
orio-inatft in Hpaven. Thev more rraneral-
v..... j o .
ly are conceived in the opposite place, and
bring forth only iniquity. The true way
li. l.tam ofii.h nthr.,. tn itn it at lmmf in
tha nnrlor. in the kittfien.and on occasions
that tetl the temper,- We see the result of
: Vaallr lasllUii
fxrlhim vbo vlll .llnbaulilUau's illVbrT roamU,
An 4 lesn apoa th valgar. rattca loo.
I'H asteorrrval hiss. Tns ma will fit.
A. (ml a lka4ow to mj Uuak as his;
Aa4 a.r 4ath, Hlu , kavluf Mood
la lar lot WmUuf soavt, for kulftu and paw as,
law. ba(. Old PIi,Wl.
Aasyala at tke lloarth.
How sareal it were. If wlUioal feU. frlfht
Or drlns; tffia. di'aadfsl lnsats4u tlttl;
A a anfas eaasvluu, rad w aaald bear
Ton. Ms. tasM fron IB. silent sir
M rvsuitix our room. Sad bend oa vara
Mildivloe ayes, and bring as fro liispow.r.
Sows of dar tm4tni ehlldna wbohav. never
Beaadoad, ii4ed; a we sbali know forav.r.
Alu! . tblab aotdial wa dally see
A liuut oar beaHiis angels that are to be,
Or aiay be If tntr wlll,aa4 w. prapar.
Tbir souls sul oars 10 meet la bsppy air
A child, a Mead, a wife, whuee soft heart sinirs
In aulsoa with rsn, broodlnz Its future wtags.
i , .'.r -.. ' - -- ; (tfal.
Ba ratio lo arajalB forlrenH nakas
Error, a fswlt, and train dlseoarUij:
! Whr should 1 fsel another loin's ratslakas,
Mora lhaa kls slckaass or his pov.nrl
lu lore I should, hot aog.r is aot lova,
tot wisdom eiliier; therefor, feuiljswnove,
. Adv.rsltjr ralaiuHlerstoad
fieoonios a doable carset
Uurchsyttoalnc hand Luiprdres tbd fdo4
. But maicas tha wicked worse.
Thusclay saore obdurate becomes,
To tbe arre flame eonsfti'd;
While gold iathered ordeal netta,
But melts to be reflaed. 0. C. C.Ut.
'A brave wonlan;' said he; a wife after
Solomon' own heart,, whoae price U abof f
rubies! Wait a minute.-and you shall
bear from me again.
So saying, he I ,iotied away, and a few"
minutes afj"-, a t made hia'appear
ance.yw' r tIIe went up
to J tme, gave the
ber not Ui
?n ber huav
stOIIASN-a A.VU IIUOEUT.
A GERM AS 8T0&T.
Johanna and Hubert were German peas
ants. They Lad two plump little children.
a irirl and a hop. and bv dint of hard labor
o . - j
thev lived very comfortably. But there
.'.--..:' -uf.-i.' D,.
u.tun a wiiiiuu. nuia wo avaivc. x wi
Hubert was taken sick. The great baron
on whose estate they lived had a cruel
steward or inspector, as he was palled, who
drove Hubert from hU cottage and put
him in prison because he was not able to
pay a debt w hich he owed to the baron.
Thin was very hard treatment, and Johanna
was very much troubled. But having a
kr. linOrl anrl mill-!. lntTA fi.F liA, line-
band and children, she resolved to visit the
Ring and a&k mm to help ber husband out
of Lis distress.
She gave the little ones over to the care
of their grandmother, and on the food wo
man's asking her where bhe was tro'intr.
Tn loo Kirn, rnnthpr ' isha Kiidf 'liS stands
in God's place, and God is gracious and
full of mercy. ,
, The grandmother was frightened, and
endeavored to dusuaue bar, .but to no pur
.t i i .i : .1 ii i :
jrmvcij .uig vi i vi v i i u . mru Mull m
minnlia aha art ilorl.'tti.tT mill nnt flrr. ill I
have thanked the good gentleman who baa
spoken oi me to toe ning.
'What gentleman?' said the servant.
.4 r a ii i i t m a.
'lie wno wauteo dbck warns ana lorwsraa
in the garden, and to whom I told n "'
.ma .fc . T s . . .
'ihat.was toe mng, nimseu, aaia ids'
man laughing; 'go along my good woman.
be does not Want your thanks.
'&i Hlnaa liim. than mw fsnrll anirt
Johanna, falling On her knees. 'May bd'
be to all eternity as happy, as be bat maaa
me this day. Tell him; sir, we shall pray1
lor nun as long as we iiTer
Night and day did she prosa forward
with unwearied diligence, carrying bei
precious packet in her bosom. When slid
reached her little ones shefhardly stopped td
embrace, them, but broke open the packet
.exclaiming, 'soon your father will be free!' .
l he lirst (lung that meiner eyes was a strip
, B.:-V wriflln V.i lawb
r 1 IllliU r 1 1 ....ii 'W .
from Scripture (Proverbs xxxi. 10.) 'ThJ
tr:. '.. J.. ' iLi.ii !4 .1.. I
ivuig naa Yijuuta U"ui aaiu sun. a.iaoiu
the paper, 'But what more? Fife bank
notes, each Valuing one hundred dollars.'
She hastened to par her husband's debt,
and then ran with her Children to the jaih
The blot was drawn, and Hubert was in
her aunt. Tears streamed from their eyes,
they had no words to express their joy.
Even the rough jailer, and the bearded sen
tinel at tbe gate were movea ai iue sigiu 01
such overwhelming happiness. - -
liuoeri s asionisnmeni was imuouuuou
when he learned what Johanna had dared
aud suffered for him. He could but press
bis faithful heroic wife to his beating heart,
and feel that God had t indeed bestowed
priceless blessing on hum
lhe bounty of the Jusg enabled nun to
secure a firmer foundation for the family
provision; but Johanna was the more blest,
for she had the happiness of feeling . that
her, husband never forgot what she. had.
done tor mm.
Tho inspector avoided her: but Johanna
bore no ill wilL Was it not his cruelty
which had over-ruled to brinir about her
present happiness. -
And then now can ue; nappy n.aui ,
I Wi uninn. ! (U alnW. lilw .livorra P0SC. UOW' " lU "J "
that are Ukimr place-in the runnin away I S om l'?
v v. . : anu m noi aiiiifr rmirri tav a ja n i s iiHnititi ii
of husbands, leaving their wives and chil- -m , . w ,
I : 1 1 . . 1 a r I LiUV a, Dlicati suuu iwi a j m"-"! wmi
aren to starvo-nc. m v u , ciupu.,.. y. f . . .
wives. JNot on y tins, out we witness it in - -.
of life; smuggling on for mere food" and .aZTi
see love urcos
rung on tor mere tood ana ... . irki
, v. .. i T- fill Mill I ui e a u iuuuui i lus. si i uicw
clothing and shelter, and in women, cross, -- - t "... ,.r . ,i tai,'. 0.,
. . , T ..j J ' 1.14 lllB UU UUf JUUlUCTi auU ruuawua ovt
utriy. biuiLiaU Hull wnuwuu. - . . ? . . . . L -
rty.j u t su ana wnnu a . . I otf without money, tut witb a warm, lor-
Id WOUIU UU UUUC luiuuoaiiic tui us w uo i . , - -
- i .. Iinrr triiatinnr riOArt.
pict faithful t the multitude of phys.ca. and ' - - d , m h
moral evils that result from these sinful al-1 vf""f . . J PL7'A &lnoA for
liances-for they are , lliey hiin - ' Ca8tk whre the King lived
the body corrupt .the morals and stuli,fy J by tbe htof the cffficers ,nd
iue m nu .u - gervVntgf she asked boldly for the King,
with husband and wife. There are the . . J .
childrnn.; They partake of the teebleness - r wmill. . find it
and vicesof the paints both p.
moral, anu uo out mwi u uuv nunu t , ,
su,.tc'dandlnarled. God pity t&m! . L Itl
. - - - i - ii . . 1 T
:p . , . infr 'saui Johanna: 'on v leu me wnere i
We wou (1 not DeunaerjiooaasspeaKinff r o'. ... . . t :.j
. " . .. ... . t. r. nan tin n him:- ana navinir recciveu wo
anini titri inoiirii nnn nr m nrri n ti r is i
Munu ni Llin iiiiiLuuiivu va aa.Ma a is.-l aw m-r
;tv. o fallow traveller about (lucllintr.
Professor denying the neccsity while the
... . Ji a J - A
ome trifling-point of doc : laide twin
ry lightly of him; and by and : neck, but
le self-educated farmer with m0 to yoi
: ' v -' I 1 "j .
trine,: spoka very
1. 1..1r..il nn tllf
yes oi aversion. v ; -
H instructed his son in all his lore; tho
languages, literature, history, philosophy
and Lscienoe, were, unfolded one by one, to
the enthusiaslio son of the solitary. '
Years rolled away'.andthe old man died.
wf'j- i i . . .inrm nnnvulsed the face
U8liiW1uua'vi". .w- ------
oi nature, when the wind howled ground
the sheltered dwelling, and the lightening
pUecP abdve tfhe roofand, though he
went to - heaven in faith and . purity, the
vulgar thought and said that the , Evil One
cWmodhisownlnthe elemants. . I cannot
paiftt to you tho '." grief or the son at this
teraavemflnt. : : The minister came and
nHn.rl fanrlinllnw praises in his ear,
.'-J rv... n.iiTl.r.nra. ImnMlnd bv CUrlOSltV
'.to see the interior of his dwelling, came to
. a - i ia ' a --Li TTa l mtA 1aftV llVslf.
-w -fJ iWa fliAHiiRtjind tbo aeaa.
T umintalnrnrl tVifi noiaon! Take
VU. .Munu.".".-- t '
vour arms I have lost my soul for
you, and miue you must helV, , i "
And . then,' continued he in a hollow
V VlOf UU ivaaa.- -
and tho guilty : woman foil dead on the
floor!''.,,. ., -t iT
The countenanceof the narrator express-
edashefelt. . - "' : ,' "
& A tha liridoirrftoml' asked I. "the hus
band of the destroyer and the viotims; what
aTQlrfaiiaw v aaaaaaa ; "- ' " ,
He Hands Wort you" was the thrilling
answer.',:..- m '
other stoutly maintained it, and asserted
. .1 . n nnona irliiiin l.nlll1 VlA
til at tnere wero uiimj
decided only bv a duel. ' ' . . , J.
. . .-. . i - ti . r. .... .
I deny that,' saiu me rnneaaura
Pohl exclaimed the other; quite clear.
Why what else, can you do? Here are
you and I talking together and I suppose
, l.tn . nrarrn aroriimnnt.and I should
vro kc iuw " o .
say to you,'you liel what can you do then?
You must tight me mere is uo uwi reuio-
. .--..L , ' '.i' "' Tl... f. !ll
i ?I deny, it, repiea vne i roiessor . wivu
provoking coolness, . . ;'.i!;'!..-.T-".
.'Wen wnai c:tu yvu urn ;
'.I Why,' he again replied, ''if you say to
me 'you lio,' 1 should' say, 'prove, it.'
If you prove it, I do lie; but if you .don t
tViftt lie. and so there is
prvvo o J - " -
ft. J .rii.. mU
tne anu ui
' Home and Woman. '
Our homes what are their cornei-
.ii.nnc nui . tlia -virttm nf woman, and on
DllUl.. wmw -.
what does social well-being rest.but onour
1,rtwAC9 Muck wn nnt trA.'e all OtbtT blefl-
11UI11QO aaauw v. ..-w-
of civilized life to tbe doors of our
O - s a i. V...M,
,1 ..rrtl I inrreT A FA TlOT. fllir llCUltiU
ai-rnna mi ft rd fid bv holv forms of conjugal,
filial, and parental love, the oorner-stonos
ai I'hiiHih aim ."MniPi 1111 ii h fH(, 1 .n uiau v
VI VUU1 vfj V Prfcsiav
ther, more necessary tlmn both ( kei our
temples crumble, let our puono ouiuuoo,
... boiia nf iimtifiA mimhle. and public edi-
Bcos be leveled with the dust; but spare
our homes! Let no socialist invade them
,;tv, tile nrilH nlann nf community. ' Man
did not invent, and .'he cannot improve or
abrogate them. A private sneuerio cuer
in two hearts dearer to eacn umer mnu on
the world; high walls to exclude the profane
eyes of every human being; seclusion e
nouch for children to feel that mother is a
- " a. '.m aaa trtin a a Anil
holy and peculiar name iui 10 uuiuo, o.iv.
1 . . .1.- t.:.ii. .nl.ii.A nf Avurv ' aocret
nereis 1110 uuvu-j'"..
thought. Here the Church and State must
come for their origin and support. i Ohl
spare our homos! The love we experience
faith in an infinite cood-
K1 ' . " .
1 ... 41,1. niirito of disinterestedness ot
borne is our foretaste and our earnest of a
better World. In relations there establish
find throuffh lifo the
-i,:f cnlann and iov of existence. What
... 1 . nMnawnrl With
friends deserve ine name, , yuujy"
those whom a birthright gives us? One
1 .. il J f.!..J-k AMA
n.r.. ia wnrih a inousanu iricimo, uu
.:.... iiian t.nrcntv intimate compan-
ions. We who have played on the same
hearth, under the light ot tbe same smiie,
Ji iiontr tn iha s.ime scene and sea-
WUU Uvo tri.o. w - j
son of innocence and hope, in whose veins
runs the same blooa, uo we . iiih mm
a maltn more sacred and more 1m-
. . if . 1: . .i,i v.;r.,lc9 . r!nlilnKs mav
UUI UIU UO v.- - -
j;.,inn.i mav Kpnnrate: ainorenl
sphere may divide; but those Who canlove
. . . . 1 ! 1n.,n .4 all mllfit
anythlnff, wno conuuuo u
i. Ji .1 r . .1.. I.:.J. nrVinm (lorl llimStlt
nna inati i.uo iiio""a " - -
irave are wholly unlike any we can choose
for ourselves, and that the yearning for
. a , lr 1 m m.w AvninriiT AT
these is the strong Bpijuusi
can una nim;: ana uavmg iciium
i- .. .. . 1 1 1 1.
holy, beautiful and benificent. But leteve- TZ Z Z
ryontake his mate n 'none.- letnottho opposed, she was turn-
brave eagle pair with the stupid owl, nor J to press into a
the genUo dove with the carrion crow " MnpB.
Like should have like. It is a glonous b'" -. r , . .
sight tosee twoold people, who have weath- h nd' we t Nottling 8vane(L till
ered the storms, and basked in the sun- . an . non
shines of lire together, go hand in hand, . .... ,r,n aA remain in the r-
lovincrly and truthfully, down the gentle de- " ' . ' . mflv walv there be-
clivityof time, with no angers, norjoal- neverjetiny one know I
ousiesinor hatreds gar aered up agains ach g.
oiner, ana 10011.3 v...uUwFD-...Ujj - - - Johanna did not leave the garden till
everlasting youth of . heaven, where they . . to re
too shall be one orever. ..at. .true mar- o Thus many nights
rinee for it is the marriage of spirit with " . R. ' sawtUe
spirit. Their love is Wover .into a woof of - J r,d flemlul in a large !
gold, that neitner ume, ur utw.., n - -sometime8 walked up and down
nity can sever The LcUctxe. , : -d .,.. returned to the Cat-
u Jnlinnnft sometimes tried to enter al-
to be climbing a hill, on whose top eternal so, but was always driven away and
sunshine appears to rest. How eagerly we bhe never saw the kind old .serving man a-
pant to attain its summiisi oui wuc-u we gam. , ', v -h
have attained it how different is Uie pros- She wept mucn, out uiu uoi. 1"""
.i.i .nr. -:i, ... it.. i,:.i .da in1 In .iiw. Ones she saw
npr.t on the Oiuer biuui , io oiiiu m ne mo utoh r .
r 1 .. .1.. . K.,r.,M no 1 11,0 vin in cnl. lid dress, but at a creat
Contemplate hid uicaij - -r------ . y
and look back, with a wistful eve upon the distance. He got into a carriage, and was
. ., ' , .1 t' . j.: :l.l. ..n. ' Aa he never came
Erealaf astal Demtfa.
Death never appears a more welcome vis
itant than in the evening, when, as Jean
Paul so sweetly savs, "tha day is dying a
mid bldesom-clonds.andwith itsoWn swan-
annor Then' even "the allevt and car-1
dens speak in low tones, like men deeply
moved; and around the leaves fly tbe gen-,
tie 'winds, and around tbe Blossoms tha
bees, with a tender whisper, at if afraid ot
disturbing tbe holy stiuness. ai sucn a
time only tha lark, like man, rise warbling
- ..i.i .1 .1 t:t. v:. a -1 .
into ine .a V ania suwu ass siiui, uiui uvw is
an-ain inln tho fnrmw: whils the rrreal
soul and the sea lift themselves unheard
and anseen to heaven, and rushing streams,
. 1- . 1 .? j 1 rn J
SUDume ana inui-giriHjj, muu wswisaua auu
thunder showers, dash down the valleys.
fn imc-h an hour, tha tone of tha tollina
bell which tells of the dyingsround whom
.. . . t a .v . 1 1 . d
the Uiu Angei aaa arawu toe auauoa ot
niirlii iKawin InuvAr hia heart atrinrra. aa
- o -
they bandage one's eye in the amputation
1" I 1 Ll. -.a-S
OI a limo, wcnis vnapnaaisuiv sarai tuva
. ... . .1. t 1.
rises like a nymn upon me air. 1 bouuub
as if Death itself were flying down from
Heaven, as indeed it is, with a song upon
its lips, and singing on with one continu
ous tone oi rapture, nung poisea wun open
wings above the earth, until the flower
should have sprung up for its evening
T- .v.. Av.n!iiiT. Tlaalti finmAB mantW. Ana
AU UIU I. I I A.. ., wvwww (3 J
on its darkened hattle-field no echo of the
receding earth can enter. Boftly and calm
ly, in the dim light, the angehi about the
dying one the manueoi r.iornai jjovq,
gently they loose the silver cord, and giv
ing Faith the helm of their "tiny barque,
. . . . J - . 1 .!.-
steer out upon me snaaowy waiera iuk
boat, in the far distance, against the very
cates of Heaven. . ..
jjealn in ine evening is ueauuiui, mem
is in it then a poetry and eloquence that
speak to the heart like a trumpet, and gar
land the soul With sunshine. To be cher
ished for ever, as a previous thing, is tha
r il 1 IL, I. it,- lanAfuia
memory 01 uiuh wyy iu u -evening.
flowery pain we navt? pitsjcu, uumu.y umo..
er more retract. Life is a portentous cloud, into the garden, the poor woman thought
fraught with thunder, storm and raiu; bu! she would speak to tho gehtlemaA in tho
?. . ,.,'. 1 ..r ...... n..i Annt 1T Rtiralv lives in the Castle-
religion, IIKO uiose Btrv-aiiiius ' " s.lo.v- j -- ,
shine tvill Clothe it with light its with a said she to herself, 'and if he is compassion-
garment, and fringe, its tsimdowy skihs aw. wno wo im
,.,;ti ivvii 1 raiuu
wssu.g . - S.1..w.ntnrta'walst Unto him. M
Vt.vtaTunrii. Wit. A wittv flcrtn'man 1,. n,..aA tn and fro in a shadv Dart of the
lion hfipn locturinrr one eveninir in a coun-1 .oriiftn an il then stood directlv in front of
try Village, on the subject of temperance, lim( nopjng na would ask her what she
iry vuiifi"w" v- o-,-. --r - -iiuui, uu
iJQ nstial after the lecture the pledge ,,aj
1 .1 rn..iminlnMe. 1 1 1 ' 1 l. . .4 . .1 ..a.ft
waspasseu arouitu iui Dijjiia.u-v.". 1 Ana so .11 uapueuou, auu "
"l'nss it round that way," said the Ice- he fferitleman looked at her, as he
turer, pointing towards a gang of bloated ner business. . - , :
and red nosed loafers near the door. "Pass . .j)car gaid the poor woman, folding
italong perhaps some of those gentlemen i0r liand8 an lootmg most Imploringly,
.r.i.iii i;La tn 5 nn our cause.' I m,.oi i;v in tha , Oastlo. and it surely
W vUivi now w - 1 w U aai uo. 111 v a aa w.aw
ip-A Wcrvman : lecturinar one after
noon to bis 'femalo parishioners 6aid:7-B9
not proud that our Lord paid your sex jne
. A a '.' a X ' aa
distinguished honor ot appearing nrsi .
t 1. si... .anwitinr. for it was on -
IQIUISIO P.1W31 lllfl 1 . - . ,
ly done that the glad MW W 9 W"
uina crAntlgman ' plavihtr
VliSAB Ui"fl" p-"-"
-it.:.. :ii. intimaU friend, who seemed
WUUI 1tla " . . . ,1,1
as far as hands wei"e concerned, to hold the
Mahomedan doctnne 01 amuuon in supreme
oontempt, said to him with a countenance
"more in sorrow than in anger,' . "My
gQod' ; fellow if 4irt . were trumps what f
and vtu would have.''
.. Valce ot tub Soui.. If tbo sun were a
globe of gold, and eachstat &' diamond
itu siMs hall of silver, ana me eanu
pearl of great yalue.one soul would be worth
.ik.. it,orf .ii anrl Mina sinner vai-
UlUIV lunu W1VT , - j ...
ues his soul less than a few, rusty dollars,
or the transitory pleasure of sin for a eea
"Wn rton't bite a bare hoot,
of the rummies. ' '
UIUIIM1IV1U waav -
f.-Wnii ' ' caiil the. readv clercrvman, "I
believe there is a kind of fish called suck
ers, that do not bite, r . y
srn.n . In .prtnin heads, a kind
of established errors, against . which reason
has no weapons, xnere are more 01 cucou
persons than one wouia oeueve. men re
very fond of proving tbeif steadfiwt ad
herence to nonsense.
a"A srreat man commonly disappoints
those who visit him. They are on the look
out for his thunder and lightning, ana ine
... ii.: .... liba
....to ahniit finrnmon inilll'S uiumu
other people; nay, sometimes he may ven
. i l:
De seen lauguiug.
ffru?y cannot he impossible for you to bring me
to the King?' . L ... . ........
me is-tngi . ,
To tha Kino-? said the eentleman, 'what
do you want of him? .
tioiihi.lnif.rlfld Johanna. 'The Kins
llvlUi iivit" -
rules in God's place, and is surely, there-
... 1 ; Of
fore, mercuut ana gracious 1
'Most remarkable!' said the gentleman w
himself: then aloud, 'Let us hear what you
want; perhaps -hut let us hearl ....
Johanna then related, simply and hon
estly, alfthat happend, the gentleman s at-
. 1 : 1.AM..1IIIV aa ann w 1. 1 1 L tiu. . -
So you love your husband said he at
6ifo"re than my own life!', was tha re-
Tbe gentleman seemed mu,ch moved.
rirst Btefr ttnil.'
"My first step to ruin," exclaimed a
wretched youth, as he tossed from side to
.1,1.. nn hfa airaar hed in one corner of his
ciug v .1 1. " -.
prison house, "wss going fishing on the
Sabbath. I knew it was wrong; my mow
er taught me better; my Bible taugn. me
better; but I would heed none of tbem. I
did not think it would ever come 10 uusi. . a
am undone! I amlostl"
What a warning u contained sn me a
l in Snhhath hreakersl The Wan-
ton desecration of that holy day, mav be
looked npon as a ngni mmg, uj m
younw men, but it it not so., God, is in hia.
wordand in bis Providence, makes it a
very serious matter. It is more corrupt'
ing to the heart than many sappose,. : It
seems to lead directly away from God, and
consequently to crime with a strange tacili-
tv Just watch the course of tbo habitual
v . . . -j :ii .o r.,a4
sabbatn-scorner, anu yo ntu aw.
see him coma to some bad end. PerbspS
he becomes an infidel, and "says in his
1....1 hsM iano Godl" Beware of "tha
first step to ruin.
J Mio anhnol AramLnation. On
of the visiting committee was asking tha
.... v o Am Tl.n an.
class the meaning 01 wu.u . -
swered weU nntil he gave back-biter.
It went down the class until it came to a
simple Uttle urchin, who looked sheepishly
knowing and said, "It may be a flea.'
.. Ha who Craely praises what hameani
to purchase, and he who enumerates tbe
felU of what ha means to sell, may w VJ
a partnership withboneatf.
inthenudst of tho baud of byppcriUcaJ