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OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK.
VOL. XXII. BATON ROUGE, LA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1860. NO. 126.
I I "II, i lll ll I ll l
CITY PROFEIBIONAL CARDS.
. Scra. A. nuae.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Banoa nm. L, ":.
A M. DUNN sad A a. IIONa oe qeneel~ .
o. ed the pries of law. "d will atted
to mes bsteasea eemtosd to them tI. Ihs mad the
mitn Itreists and la the u upreme Court.
Owas laureol street, between Third
and Obeh etrens. (sat,.
U. J. HEAsD,
Attorney at Law & General Agpt;
WILL PJ&CTr nhlreiedo Ia thn aL.
sad Peveath Jedielal Ditrlolse mal the
premse Cens . a. will promptl antead to a
m1 iotoees, the entry, pueheae and ms of lnad,
and alI ether bustuee ItUilet to hi psseMsoa.
Iintfastel rrr.es gives Is mlemes.
tlls N At. hLep Mastreet In the ourof dCRap
earles, appoettSe Mate e
La. uuurl- 'U.
J. U. f. uoum........ .....L W. sumaoeeau
IMNCUIN ItWII iuse ,
ATTa3rT l Tg0U3L8BS AO T LAW
GENERAL LAND AGENTS.
OIllt RACTi pru lea It the m lash
d .desvot. Jadieli DtatIW ot e Jl -
Gad In the Be Cour oel tohe Ewto.
the 1 will strict Mad oelt atte4 tiu
the en.tleu oIf nil e1 reaop auO a M1
beuiness relative Sn Wth.heoe andS ISotld of
atrOideos afm -Icak R , .e trum
Jane 14th, 1109.
J. C. STAFFORD,
ATTORNEY CO)UNSELOR AT LAW,
Oie Re. , lano' now,
mywart BATON S0UGB, La.
J. DUNCAN STUART,
ATTORNEY A COUNSILOR AT LAW.
Orase-dm P *e'oo**w,
COmner Third d nrds ie., t U sBe asE, Ls.
THOMAS elei n ORGAN,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Offlee-ln Plthe' Row,
Laroeletoet, betwees Third an asua.
J,. J. URK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OPPIO--At ido olQe'e Oo4, wear otr O Old
Cor ea.. see **L
DAVIo No. BARROW, . W. OPS,.
Ptonlea West mean u14411
srillle. La. 3 DBoesi ougSP.O.Lb
BARROW & POP%,
AM i an l Cewfsa aS Law,
Sthe Pa Weet Wested Best Btonlekg,
tIbrlle Poiat COpesand Wel POSia s I
m CUdrt of La. and She Salted E"oe
Adveeato copy tf. ma f
M. M. FAOv.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ones at oS. Caen omele, W. B. las.*
Aoaussm-BA·o Roean P. O.
Will practlie and attend to ColleeUtons
in the Sbd Judiolal District, and In the
adloining Pesthes. marohiT.
FUQUA A KII~BOURNE,
Attewmys amd Ce dins at Law,
P RACTICE In the Crts of Et and
P West Felolana, East Baton Rouge and
St. Helena, and the Supreme Court, a New
Re fron *o.-W..ie Piko aq.,lBSo
RopW. D. Wiator oolla Store,
Weua Bato roug Pin. ("-l yd6w.
O. W. DEARnLN , M. D.,
Beeldense COrner of Pt. PVrdlaeud a Sapes Pb.,
IOwSee, N. t. Wuedls reug MInse Ma.in
stres. emn Rouge. [ bAdd.
OFFICE ON LAUREL STRE'T,
sd*oons ia of the mothBd od es.
-pta t1y. BATAON WROUG, LA
DR. rDWAUD DIikNY
I PEt.rFUL tendm is prois
R ional servicei to the people f Baton
Rouoe sad surrounding neighborhood, in
the lraeioe of Medalin, Obntr.n, oe.
Ofce next door to the rod e of P.
A. Walker LEq. asrillO-amd.
S. AT, as r.geehs
InsLsureate, and wuhkat
it thre za sm n w.st -l N5 .
NEW OOD81 NEW ITYLE It
sanLa anmloe, Two taus we s
Por nhawlva onlye ple e the
o~mA og.ler and ho eld _ep
A 80s. ELINPE T
U. 3. L. USertxlU K,
mass o m- a. .
U N ROUGe, LA.
dmas oma <as sa
AROHITEOT(URAL OARE1S, £0
JOHN L. WOLFF,
*AUUU? -~lcsI & UN3URYAZZt
~3WUOOOMA MT 96
OUT C" A=OU =
hblI-t t r at oGe dAý,
HR Ni. NA L1. aaNs Oaa
-IV -·-L- AND~t NANWAl
Ir W rl a Go"M00
..moo = 01 Ac~
H. A. RAUHMAN,
Deloslea x nth Deeleamri " C..vaeoih Iwest.,
gDBATON 30V0, LA.
' 1 U3 bWLatil mth.bea,
·· r*IbU rer·L· r s L*
3a Third ull. 1herehehe evedA Shia y,
sail e-attel pepsi 411 let liem hdr. ver b,
aeywbhe, ,34hla ae.ýofMV Mnts. tre his
la I tea AI, r t.SLaUNS, PA
tI he peet s e Is thie oty, wil et WP at -
I lolts.. (jmae'S .Y) E A. MA XA.
J 103N TILANO.
Wewbdr III Ti,, O.PW I sal UheeI Ie,
1ýx skims droll *POlhs B dl ON"
1 a" ie emmeity, oot to 1 a ·ee
a . h that I. : to omesm all
S.elb.t the w. w.b.. Im theshit woos"m
like aisama. Metes rsy at all Ute to oake o
plyMtle restage, or ere gel mais .eis.
SOspnth vafa /lor o us" am yest p
-tasirt Ussu. Avylv. e bsuad a gerel a..
earimat off Ttewre, pr hsnemle peI·tw oa
.11emee, be. Alitreyalrfmg yrewtI atteadei Is,
teeei. mowls JOE .
LIVE KILLU ,
HOUSE- PAINTING, GILAZING
THE nnds·ismod ls sie ready to ll
1 any ovAdr.Tor wont Uwe Mil, with
proapta1as ba i.T~sM at oderate
Orden from the oaaoaat olioitrd.
- pt-dy LIVa LILLUY.
C. G. WILSON.
Eeln, a, & USAI PINisE.
+ HOUSE PAfINTING,
M /f ON NIM 3T3351,
G O e . N 0 4- o el a m
WONe 011 Is.lrr
Orn w sw to or dr.
a SADDLURY AND UARNM.
!usd gweeme, umos amen, La.
w aý D ts.shis Mee am
P u ha" be he mew on
ýfh res~jfe.1Yd -.O wery em~uetr eteek of
Ow'g. Dews soil iTili a rtaaeg
a wA Uuece"Ame Ow ass..,..a.
d OjOmtDm gsmd·U·6AgeNSUaa
- ' X -Y-
'IIMW' M kalt a..r We~in the
shoe uainMrtob, * IT em Levees .tret,
his aes., h.w Misru tern Deies iel.
Ll be wil .besow rs iss. ie as.h..la
.ha 341 eb Ja eeY~ Ih~ aeaa
emi isletS share. ite yeteua.m. Wihebse.
he.~~ -rr U5TmdwU Wto
hm ( ae II M~el to Srr heslt.
de w*rnY 0. fUuuvn
62il esreer MUe Oralhidt ses)ermOm
5 ee w Uede, e.
bl The toesh.. hoves kise wr .Red toe tase
the fets Prim obseewe~.r mod whrevr ties
have bee. breuht Is eespgihtes with Pian..
ofH ilb thet heauauef UewTek,Deeems, Ph.. te.
Vuram, mod mr w he tearo "ith
=th from the dpofia ,tf the. to ~le
A·M hs rmeaarknr(
Minre " w. w i
M oN Odesu et, we .g retaSieeA e9.
.~we fee Stre 1
LAWUEfL STUTR. BATON DOUSEt LA,
lion to the faet t!.at be hi opm-u.
- .n the erLiek beutid e JI-L
~ H,uei,. Imawel mT,istey
DOWNS, NEDOl, EMt, AIDO CA
Amm medale tulesd wil be1 devte
th II, of isehom II abely keepi~ mo
Mime Ch~ mmd tUb PO
-i U wgeskrw I a ll thevwetee'ndatis
i mm deaemioda so keep evel ;arel in
"~GI1U L srur- t hee d qeur
toregtreedela lime, medt by se
E 3a ~nrLl~i
NiT DIUG 8TIB.o
COURT HOUCS SQUABR,
esse sbE.. nrOen..d ame Ab*Nsaeee,
V. HEUDE a 00.,
559 LEAY1 to call th at.
an dalere generally to our LAMGM
STOCK otM IDICIE .CO HMIOA M,
PATWIT MKDICIES, OLAInWARE,
BII, PAINTS, OILS, WATIONAIT, rNACT
0008D, tBo., rC, which we haveoJut rweived
asd will be eoseaatly rwerving, R3ICsH SUP
PLrl. durlngi the srar the MOST RILIADLB
anm LAGNIST IMPOBTINO HOVBIS IN T11
In e.ring yen er ateMk fr InepeestIe we d
.o,eeaSdent that the public will and nothing l
eaour li of budeNa wantng. We ha, takesn e
uasal ears eleeting or DriDr espressly fbr
thetr waalts,ad are*eeeldeetbhevg lentaeth4
lag usdo.e to make it emplete II all reepeet.
Our Drgl will at al l tis be towad 1IU8 11nd
OINUIII sad wil be dispensed with every re
gad to eselmaaes ansd despateb.
We woeld my that ear fh liloas Sr dspemasI
hseM4ptelsnea menot rpaed4 by say slailer
hebos. li the SLouth. hsaving bsees teeoaldeable
expemse In Sting up our
and Iesed Astrs oeapease I sleetg PURE
IOWDERS A CHEMICALIS r that parti e see
bedn.we leatter eunslves that all whbo or
us with tOher patrage will be pleased with oar
modeWfdodag bulsteas, as we shall exert oer*
aulves to pleao our patrons sad hope by ereul
sad oMist atteaton b businesM to merit the sea
oNese of all (ekbl-y.
J.ases .WMe Vt,
IG0 keaveo respectfully toi iform hill leads,
and the elUmea of haton Roulge ad Its vicinity
generrtly, that be is prepared (at short enota) to
eseteo any orders In eomseeia with the rs.
ea 41 or repairs of aul!dlsgs with whiek heasm
benetrusted. He willale furnish tontraseoes,
ulIders. Plasterss ad ethers, ash (reedy primed
and Oland It delred,) VUNITIAN UUITTER
with stationary or pivot slai, Ilusde Ro llg
ainds, Pamad Desa. Ae., ofsay requlred nea, at
as low rates a they es be obtaned elsewher in
th South. and of the best style of workmanship.
Be has sI estaiblished In oemaetlen with the
above., a JOBBING DBPARTMEIT, wheres
sedrs wnll bea sesed premptly. QtWIEES o0
nay required espeey made too oder.
Ie would ales respestily uggedt io tho ee who
may sotemplato building, that h i prepared to
got up Designs and Ple of Metal uottages and
ether Reaidsase, with detailed speslestlsons,
l ew quanatites ar materals. stimatef arcs,
ee., ea reasonable terms. Orders for ay s1
the above amed workmanblp. or services, lel
Is eme of mars.
r DAL UICT, Wet atoa Songo,
JORDAN HOLT, Rosedale. Is.
ALUiSD DUPLANlImR, ManehbE, 3. Reas,
a. I. sAi.I, spregeLld,La.,
or thregh the Peos Oese, wiU mt with wHit
I op on North olevard street, opplte
SbesNotes ., Sate s. bauge, La.
Auguat Ith, IS1S.
ektberm Land hbe.
T HAVE customers in Mlasour,Lentuoik
I Virginla and North Carolina, for iram
proved and unimproved Cotton Lands, al
Stats [lud entered fora small Commis
don. City Property sold, rented, or eo
eband by Jon. COLTON, ourthern Land
Agent, hd Beal Estate Broker, No. I
Psas, low. Otoe hours frem f until
I Io'lock. Jan14.
Dsats an vas
BIST BRANDS OF HAVANA SGARS,
AND ALL OTHI QUALITIES OP SEIANS
THAS ALSO eeEasatly on hbad all Prouts el
ithe measn,asd Dried Pretle at all kinds
A o amoorteestef
11ADI5. WhIIE. CORDIDALS AWli
LIQUORS of all hinde, wlt I eoser at the vry
iowest cask prle, sand I lnvite my Mends and
the public to eell and examine stock whirL
wil abdo me pileaure i to hew them an lears
at what low prie by my lath arrangmetsI I
rI cadaord to nell them the bet In myln, inei
low, If net lees meou thin any other establish.
meot to the city.
deld4Smdedw 1. CAUMOWNA
R AYE JUOt eseloes a lot of Americas
S10ateha,l gold and lver eass , anliabs
or evermormesd Moebesaals een sent of thei,
A e Amler , , ,as something new to
ake ush, SI wold inte all my feoods sad eas
temiee an ike I i elst g rily, to et siad an
them. Ita.ds to shew them et
ev o or alne" and ireeh Watehee., s al
w.yo eilete, eamprlng the maot celebrated
makern. My seshk of Jeweiry I the largest and
b "es lte, nad my - r eam rseahi.
Havi engaged the services of Mr. Jul.s
PalMer (late Is the emyloyment of yde A Good
) I as prepse to beause all wk, withest
day,5M I. te beIs meaner.
Walthmaker and Jewder-La hytte smet
.et oor to SRgers Drug Sae.
DrWWlT C. JONUEs,
blyromsr, la tehsr I1i-g.
'ID T~m TRADL
1 0 o. River ad bins 1t
sea redend 0t e -med
m.ae. n m.f w. ,
- istyU, s OrmT, p rU na
seet tabhediClIebruledidesmh adshede
W aeS KowER FLK ar oslo kg
m5sy 31. c wE. OSEns.
fi j 0'O O W ¶I* a .I
LA RGUIER ,& LANOUZ
ra DOiN Chopplag Ales of Coln.. lres snad
O ether good makers. Light, medium, heavy
and etrl. heavy, always o" band at the IIUrdware
esltaitlshcaeof I.AIOU Il LANOUS.
mart Corner Lajyette sad Florida ste.
Patent Portable Cora Mills
WITH SIEVE ATTACHMENT.
A tT of the above Mills. without demt0 the
bhost ortcloe of the kind boer the pabid. It
e m lpa eonestruution, asly adjumted torid
coarse or gS. and let liablete get oat of
grind and sifte one buslel of ooer per hour. aI
fet the very thing whenr Soulag mlia are to L
and hr betwee--for ile at
mars LAROUIIR d LANOUI'S.
Corner Labyettm and Florlda sta.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. I
PLLOU01, Asee, meadiu and heavy Corn
shellers cd lRoad SIraper T Straw Cattrs
sad IHay lvee I ,Ames Aleow ds Ipde sad
Shovels, Iloes. oeeket Ilesand M orieu
aad Graln Seythe, l klelo, raln Cradles
oeath's liar Meekl and Twig Calloy, Border
Ihears ad Garden Trewolle, Steel Pol Wedge
froes.* lag, ebeak ad trace ghala, Wiled erl.
dies. Oollars ad Ilaumes,at Saddle. aed 3reso-h
tea Groemeut eut pit sawe, Garde lagiao, Cur
1ry Combl, and all the othoS Ioulemalle.orlly
ued, to he had at a AhgleeMtirati lehulamoit
mays LAUOUISB A LANOUU.
TO SUGAR PLANTERS.
TRAIOHT sad orooked headle Case Kalvee
with cad without bookL, Ooppor and Tlloed
immers and Ladebl; Case Shed Lantoerna:
I ugr lieu. Luamp; Vlesal, Oil Caes, largo lad
small; agineer Wmrenhes, IS to li SwIan's.
iPaIsetso r I-Ulphlte; Gsallos and IlfGalloe
fr El1lnlphltel; Enoharosetnr's Thernreetoes,
Ooepeg'esoHage and Mop Cobs. PaOhlm ofewy
descrJiptioat LAROUIKR A .AN agS,
oetSl a. Lalyts and Florida itr
TUST reelved per ship oinsomn ,7T Cele O rane
lopo,asr.ted, eso a ot L Ib to a Seaus.
boat's Oabl at LA IGOUI Ad LANOUWS
oe8L. Mariware Nleabllemea
` -)tw -aL" Goods.
SI)BUSIlS oi all kInde. Feather louesers, Cetoe
D Mlll, Ireeler, elekets BSieve., eust Pans,
o(d Doota lea o.es Pet (at redoesd pireen) sad
the Old Preneb CoAee Ordeque-An slew Smooth
F tre. Preserve uttilee, aumel"d and Brane kM
t behn Saw KEiven, Spoone, Ae.
m ay21 RANK HUOGUIT.
N INDIRPESANLE Labor caving MaehNe Ir
L tPlaters, h e S and a Intch holes, owrask
a at LAAUIBR A LANOUSI
Jame IT. Car. LaAptte I Flories Mte.
3BO135 EACEIrNI, AUIINS 60.
S USl T I r01IVDa ew Iortig Msahiee., with
three Steel Augeor, Pastet Auger Bls, aaesrt
ed sles. Post Aegors a nd 10 aeshes
Sw1 LARGUOE a LANLOUB
CART & WAGON HAIRNB.
S FULL amsertuat of Cleusr, Iames., Ind
r, idIe, ahrt sreableg, h art Pa(ddles, ague
,Tre ChOals, eol., whid we Br at
Jeal8 LARGUIBR A LANIOU.
QUCH an Brown and Bleached Cotton
B Shoting, Damask Table IAaaU,Towie
and evorything am this line at reduod
h price 8. N. ASHER.
S COMPL*TE .seorltenl of Pletlo and Re
A velvere, oonsteltlg of olit'. Old and Now
Medll Revolvers; sad a new article ef Lom's a.
graved Revolvers. also WIltnesy's Revolvers, Al
le's Self COsklgi Ptstols, Nay Rovelver, and
the LmitLh Woessa eveA Shooeter, all at the
eno25 FRANKR IUGUF'ITr'
EZRA RELLY & SONW' WATCHI
Oil for Sewing Mehanesjutroeoerved
nad for sale by
i SUll sad Csmelm r Mate.
I HATE now la tores alarge ussertmeot of Hats
of all kilds, and will receive Ia few day
eseteig now ade hLaadem In s.
aprU w. D. VISLIISI.
, eats IVrukhlg utin.
A T TIb Olotking EBporlum ecu now be boad
a mew and 'preoyeera mentofevery artlele
In this Uneeaetun ntl eresAva, Nsetiees Hoaery
Gloves, supondern, lonkaborwoah, !Lise, Draw
ae, Bilk, Coton cad Lyle Tlhead. Undershirt.
S and all ether goods Ia this iae of betlares.
or=8 w. D. PHILLrIPS
e THE VICTORY CORN MILL.
8 sperio ,Plantation Medl sad roed Mill,
ow witlo~mu e umpelllar hr a pltielty,
a~Pr I r rPEw UA l AL·
"OT N,ImeUn ad lPebinot usquiteojNettlng
J/ jst reMived and or ale at
sprT 8, S. . ASBSW
TUST RECGIYvED the hovel A Geoodll NEW
s oF PATiTSI MACHINtE. This Madics has
o been ealrged esipr, a,jt i,aer' me.
i-oeme maot to Mrs. ilucelea's laey
d JblS8 J. U. TRACT. Agent.
cosm smos ahern ail as well me our etra
Bslilsh stab nma, and both allow ples.
KuTNA A MATTA,
decT hardware Oorse .
AT REDUCED PRICrE.
O MAE room er a large sad eateniveo I.
I have imoused the plegon of up onlne Meek mew
on haod, e.ll end eaumino.
CANE KNIVES, 1ANRE KNIVES
- 7 DOZEN Loial.a. Long . .a.,
lOP Cmst Stool Cane Knive with sand
Swithout hooks. tSo dos. doIo wide Blade,
fou male at city prices. at
LASIII & LANOUW8,
* rLupI md Vlo r ,a.
BAS64* s st and MrOo sa¢ atin s e
Y . ... i on.mn esk s at .
m5 .," " " J S- .L
1aU ýa!rtte anb omit.t
WEDNESDAY:.:::::::::::::ULY 4, 1580.
ItTrEr or TaU Jwas To Pa.ssetrI .
To the christian, the present move
ment of the Jews is a subject of the
deepest interest. The Jews are a
most extraordinary people; and their
history is replete with thrilling and
wonderful events. Though often and
severely chastised, they are neverthe
less the chosen people of God, through
whom the sublimest manifestations of
the divine will and love have been
made to our race. Evtry portion of
their past history is full of interet to
the world, and as we cannot antici
pate the dealings of God with this
people in the future, we cannot bet
watch the developments as they am
r gradually made to us.
What is to be the result of their
return to Palestine ? Who can fath
om the object of their return ? We
do not expect asy farther revelation,
and what is to be accomplished by
their settlement in the Holy Land is
a profound mystery. Is this to be the
dawn of the Millennium I The gospel
began at Jerusalem, and is the glori
ous day of universal peace to begin at
the same point? What a mystery
hangs over this subject.
Why isit that the Mohammedan has
given his consent to sell the Mosque
of Omar, which now stands on
. the very site of the Jewish Temple ?
SThis Mosque is held in the highest
.veneration by all Mohommedans; and
why have they consented to give up
their mosat sacred shrine to soother
people sad to another religion I When
w did a Mahommedan ever consent to
such a sacrifice in all the past
We watch, and can but watch,
Swith the deepest interest, the mysteri
ons history of this mysterious people.
g The Paris Siede revives an
old story : "At the corner of one of
a the streets leading into the Rae de
Temple, a large crowd assembled two
days ago, and on inquiry it turned
out to be caused this way : Two well
dressed females, each with an ample
i crinoline, met on the pavement, which
is narrow; and one, stepping toward
the wall, said, 'Pardon, Madame I'
thinking that the other would stand
aside; but the other answered
'Pardon, Madamel' and remained Arm.
'Pass, then, if you can I' returned the
first, the second replying, 'Oh, I am
in no hurry, and can wait until you
, let me pass!' 'As you please retorted
d the first speaker, ' also have time to
wait.' And the two stood stilL For
_ a quarter of an hour they remained
close to each other in spite of the
a crowd. At length some one cried out,
'what are they doing there ' 'They
are trying to see which is the most
pigheaded,' answered a bystander; 'but
e they appeared to be equal in that
quality!' Tthis caused a shout of
SIughter, and the two females, at last
beconringdisconcerted, severally turn
ed back the way they had come.
This affair adds the 'Siedc, calls to
u, mind the one which occurred at the
' Court of Charles V. Two ladies of
equal rank disputed who should have
precedence in a reception, and the
matter was considered of such gravity
by the master of the ceremonies, that
She consulted the Emperor. 'Let the
most silly come in first,' was his Maj
I esty's reply."
,, . As the words Vuelta Abajo
and Vuelta Arriba, which the dif
- ferent qualities of tobaeeo are dien
tinguishld in Havana are not uni.
versally understood, the Caesi
Meeger explains that the former
means the western part, or down.
- ward portion (where the utt goes
down) and the latter means the
s eastern part, or where the man ri
wes. As the best tobaeco is culti
vated in the districts most fertiliz
ed by the rivers west from Havana,
it i a very general thing for el.
gar m annfaetere to state that
they pemplwy the Vuelta Abajo to
bacco, e.ven if it is not true.
A 8ou JoMcIsa RsmaRL-.JUde
-McClure, of Pittsburg, in charginla
Sjery in a Senday liquor car, spaoe
of whiskey shops, and msid if the
furnaces arem ept in full blmes
- days in the week, they shonld he al
lowed to cool off on Sunday, ad gie
their stomachs a chases to tahe lT a
little coldd water, mad we* their ti*
he r Meimy.
Wouau's Vausaanos.-IIf women
have one weakness more marked than
asn, it is toward veneration. They
are born worshippers-makers ofr il
ver shrines in some divinity or other,
which of course they always think
fall straight down from heasen. The
Brst step toward their felling in love
with an ordinary mortal, is generally
to dreabhim out with massnner of real
or fancied superiority; and having
made him up, they worship him.
Now, a truly great man. a psan really
grand and anoble in art and intellect,
hes this advantage with women, that
he is an idol ready made to band;
and so that very pain-taking sld in
genious sex have less labor in getting
him up, and can be ready to worship
him on shorter notice. In particular
is this the case where a saced pro
feasion and a moral supremacy are
added to the intellectual. Just think
of the career of celebrated preachers
and divines in all ages.
Have they not stood like the Im
age that "Nebuchadneasar, the
King set up," and all womasnkind
(coquettes and flirts not excepted)
been ready to fall down and wor
ship even before the sound of cor
net, flute, harp, sakbut, and 44
forth, and so forth, and so forth? Is
not the faithful Paula, with her
beautiful face, prostrate in rover
ence before poor, old, lean, hag
gard, .dying 8t. Jerome, in the
most splendid psinting of the world,
an emblem and a sign of woman's
eternal power of selfsacrifle to
what she deems noblest in man ?
Does not old Richard Baiter tell
us, with delightfdl single-hearted
ness, how his wife fell in love with
him first, spite of his long pale
face; and how she confessed, dear
soul, after mary years of married
life, that she had found him less
sour and bitter than she had en
pected ?. The fact is, women asi
r burdened with fealty, faith, rever
Sence, more than they know what
to do with; they stand like a bedge
I of sweet peas throwing out flutter
ing tendrils everywhere for some
thing high and strong to clime up
by, and when they find it, be it
ever so rough is the bark, they
catch upon it And instances are
I not wanting of those who have
I turned away from the flattery of
. admirers to prostrate themselves at
s the feet ofa genuine hero who never
a would woo them except by heroic
n deeds and the rhetoric of a noble
I life.--TA Min ster's We~ a.
An AarussiLM WasW . 'p NA&es
r z.--Wq are happy to kn rL
some peblie spirited gademen is
e Nateber, who seers the usul South
, eu pemea of askig a rweatb .
ter sad deolg mothing, ave i s' koi
I ion eootemplation to attempt the
t boring of u Artesian Wedl, which
t shall, at least, peetrate as far dow
fs the setras whieh throws up the
Wildwood Speriaps Fraskliesnty,
distant frem Ntohes only a little
L more thanee twenty miles on asn air
line. The water in this Franklin
eeeaty natral Artesian fosatai is
f kws to be as perfely pms the
thermal watse, or t i watd er
of the drug stens. The upward or
Saeessive foroe of this spriag thregh
L its large but very inding and tort.
uem tassel is smeh a to threw et
the body of any sm who pluspes is.
to is; and if it wes soiaed, to a
straight pipe of thre or four isebe
is diameser, Is would doeudw spent
frty or fty feet aboen the s at
We knew that seuh glories and
pce water sederlies the strat is our
vieuity. Why She. should sot
Natebes bore dsi to it, sod then
obtade ae ilmlgtate aepply of God'
ons pe deleems? It wold be
worth ulioen to fair Nasees to have
eseb an ever tfylig fountaia, e
lesping up, In beautifl helthfassee
'from the hrobbig heart ef the m.
W' Mie Wiloa Philadel~phi,
a nise o1 Mrs. DIgwa;, asoedtl g t
a lato Paris ietter, m seen ta m sy
Hungariun Prim., a mese darmons
fortuae. This Jef of American
women to marry foreign i tes is at
mot a diease, aned one which oAe
prow to thea s urs'ady inerable.
Turms vs. au.--Asaiou fer
a smels ad beaty. Champ : Truth
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