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THE I? "AM
eiTi'nniv vrif i iok
THE TARIFF AM) Till' .TOUK-
Onr last riTtie.le in reolv to a rre -
- i . i .
vious one in tlie Journal, appears to
, . .-
have thrown our good Iriends into a
terrible snarl. Not content with
tlie usual weapons oi w ariarc m sucu
cafes, reason ana logic, mcy conde
scend to lecture us at n round rate
about our "high flown eulogies" end
"round assertions," and then an if to
give in example the lie direct to their
precepts, they send forth to the world
nn article "all sound and fury," a
bounding in nothing save round as
sertior.s unsupported by one single
iota of proof.
We do not object to advice where
we receive it gratis, but "brother j
pluck the beam from thine own eye"
we hope for improvement, we
shall see the day when in our style
we shall be as pure and chaste and
as strictly logical as our brother
Quill of the Journal.
Thev tell us thev have not been
inconsistent, and prove it by the as-, from na,ivism , Vp ,.erc "neither
eartion that there are three classes f ,ie political parties ate willing to
of Democrats who oppose the tarill '; acknowledge a ay sympathy of feel
upon difTerent grounds, and growing -lT frthe nativist faction." P.ut (heir
Ulb Millie I L'UIU IJll I 1, IrillLi
once, we suppose, they round off their
ttaamr linear e. .oia mflrmori in P i '
defence by warring against "the at
tacks of open foes, ns well as the in
sidious wiles of preten led friends."
Xow we would know of these men
of "facts and figures" what all tlrs
has to do with their once having said
that the tariff was "to be sacrifice to
the vengeance ol party spirit." and
in a few smtences af:er exi laiminj:
that the Democrats "could not, if
they would, and would not, if they
could," repeal the tarill" of 1842,"
with all due deference we concfive
that there is a gross inconsistency
about these two assertions, which
they will find itditTicult to do away
with, even by "facts and figures."
Many questions are propounded to
us, too many to crowd into one ar
ticle, nnd we -shall content cuiselves
by replying to thorn one at a time, at
our leisure. They call upon us to
make good the "broad r.r.J startling
assertion" that the tariff is unjust Sz
unequal in its operations upon all
classes. The thinking mind can con
ceive of no proposition in the moral,
political or religious woild so easy
of demonstration as this; it is one of
those self-evident facts about which
the rational mind would require no
evidence, save that of the eye. For
instance, if our friends of "facts and
figures" should place their hands in
a blazing fire thev would hardly re
quire proof from the bystandc- - that
it was the fire which caused the hum.
From the position of the different
States they must necessarily depend
UDon resources somewhat unlike for 1
the support of their citizens; for in
stance, Massachusetts relies upon
her manufactories and Georgia upon
her agriculture for the support of her
population. The Northern States
raise perhaps breadstuffs enough for
their population, besides shipping to
other Slates an immense amount of
manufactured articles which atTord
them a large income- The .South
confining herself to husbandry, is
compelled, by necessity, to purchase
all manufactured articles in some
market. Upon those articles which
she is obliged to have, an exorbitant
tariff" or tax has been laid, amounting
in some in-tances, to 130 or 40 per
cent. There can be no issue made
upon the point that the South pur
chases, alone, those articles upon
which this tariff" is laid and from
which the national revenue is raised.
The North manufacturing the arti-l1''
cles itself, does not import them,
and can, consequently, pay no tariil'j
for the support of government; on
the contrary, the South importing
nearly every article which her citi
zens use, the amount is immense and
its operation as unjust and as une
qual, in pron irtion to the sum which
the Soutli pay into the treasury over'
the North. !
Wl 1 ave r t the documrn's uy US,mr i.ueu. .ma eioque,,. e, me . ami ac-
at t'.c piiivi.t vtitL-. I v.e tei of in able fn.-ient public ofTi.-f r.
. . . -r
lievethat we hazard nothing in say-1 Polite, accomplished, and aecoinmo
icg that South Carolina, with Iter lim-, dating as he if, his anointment must
j ited and sparse poj illation, pays as
nocii revenue into ine puinie iie.isu-
Ir as any (our ol the .New I. upland
; States. If thisstiteof things is not
unjust and unequal we are at a loss
I to conceive what would he. It is
I.I f. .. f !.:. -I ,,,lian1
me i.iui m ims jw j nem o......
'to continue so long it is t!ie patient
j forbearance of the Southern people
. " -
so "startling, .vn. .'num-n. "
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VOTING IX ST. I .OIMS.
During the late elections in St.
Louis, for the Convention, Tirman,
a legal voter, was required to show
his naturalization pnpeis before they
would allow him to vote. lie bio't
an action against the judges of the
election. After the commencement
of the suit the defendants becoming
! satisfied that thev were wrong. con
sealed to pay the cost provided the
suit was withdrawn.
f5- Will our friend of the Repor
ter or of the Missourian, tell us
whether Mr. Foster, the nalivis: del
errnte is ademocra. or a whiff, anait
ambassador learning that the Demo
crats particularly looked upon them
with jealous eves, because they be
lieved that the taction was ma lo vp
of the fail ends of the whig party, &
for sinister t urpeses, endeavored to !
persuade the democrats, of 7mcoln.
that they nunb-red in their ranks
more democrats of native birth than
whtes.ic proportion to the number of
each in the city: and that Mr. Fo?ter
and others of the nntivists were lead
ers of the democratic party Is it
so? Or is Doc'. Adreon, the only
democrat who would consent !o he
tun by the nativists? We had tho't
that the nativist faction was mostly
made up from the whig ranks, but this
man wishes us to believe a liFcrent
There can no doubt of Georgia
having elected a whig Governor.
V e'have only a few scattering re
turns from Pennsyl vnni i- nnt enough
to speak with any certainty of the
The Tennessee Vote Offirial.
The official convass of the vote for
GovernorIn Tennessee, in .-ugust
last, presents the following resul;:
is . a- .
ror nu o . irown,,oco,
" hphm II. l uster, whig, 5GMG-
Majority for Pirown,
Tfie Whigsjiave succeeded in car
rying both Hoesosof the Legislature.
Edward Warren fias been nppoin-
led U. S. Consul to Trieste, in the
place of Mann, resigned
Dr. Buchanan, late of Louisville,
Ky., is lecturing in St. Louis on Neu
rology. Wm. Smith, brother of Jok, the
Prophet, is now lecturing in the :
The P. M. General is about to es
tablish a mail route between New
Orleans and Galvesti n.
C. C. CADY.
This gentleman, who was reward
ed by the office of Register, at Pal
myra, for his allegiance to President
Tyler, has recently made application
for the editorial chair of the Native
American Whig paper, in St. Louis
The editor of the Palmyra Whig
lakes occasion in his usual sarcastic
style to give -Mr. C. a castigation for
man' political sins. First a Whig,
:'i''er wards in quick succession a Ty-
'er man, a holt, a Hani, and lastly a
Native American, the ex-Uegister
has become as notorious for his som
erscttingas formerly, for his long and
We are gratified to learn that his
succes'or in office, Col. !rrijuinin Da-
vi, gives scneral satisfaction, and
that he has added to Irs reputation
. ... -I- .t i.-
he a source of gi nerai gratification.
This meeting was called together
in the Court House, at Troy, on Sat
urdav, the 25th tilt., for the pu.pose
of taking into consideration the pres
ent stale of eJucation in Lincoln
j The of e(,ucalion, having
neativ declined of late in this, as
well as in many of the surrounding
counties, many of our citizens thought
that a rrg liar association of teachers,
and othars interested in the cause,
constantly conferring and interchan
ging views upon this subject, might
be attended with signal benefits to
our community. Urged on by feel
ings of this kind andinsphed with
the hope of producing soma peroa
nent good, the association met.
The meeting was organized by e
lecting E. Hughf s to the chair, and
appointing J. II. Henderson Sec v.
At the request of the meeting Mr.
Wing explained the objects of the
association, in a sliort and approin
te address, show 'niii the ureal tisai.;
vantages under which parents labor
ed in the education of their chilhen.
and the many inconveniences attend
ant on the present mode of teaching.
Mr. Welch moved thai a conu it
tee be appointed, whose duty it sisal!
I e to take into consideration si.ch
me.isuies as aie Lest calculated to
further the the objects of the a-s via
tion, and to rep u t from time to tune
tlidir deliberations to the ui -etiiii.
. The motinn wai CAU-e .C;i the
I hajr arju,intt.j , s;iilJ ( ,.niIn:l:c,, J.
n i).ir',..,n 11 UVv- S P M u-iv.
land L. A. Wei
.Air. Wing proposed to o.T-r a ros
t'lution reconi.iieiidiiig the ad-'ptmii ; it thev could succeeii la tins, and stay
of e common text hook, fr the .He of ! he s -ntinel, they might ur. lis.-overed
,, ., v. , . - ,, ... ,i .' cater the ca?t!e itselt, and vet rescue
ail t:io Schoois ni the couat . .Mi.i ' ,' .-
I Anna !ro:u Ho- hatiebtv chieit nn.
Murray concurred with the ger.tie-( Tlip lirlj,.,.t a s.t,r, :iently
man, stating in a few forcible lemn-ks desperate aspect; hut E Imtind yes.
the manv good results thai w u' J in- and Eau-rson t.'.-. tltnigh cmip.ira
evita,!v'ilow l,o:n the ndoptioti ,.f ! v.-!y u.lvat.ced in years, were b dh
, . , . , in that lerkless state of ir.md. which
such a svsteni bv toe teaciieis tar o - ... . . ,
, htted them to undertake unv enter
out the County. Mr. Jones was "i Pr ise within the confines of practica
posed to actinL' upon the resolution at , Lain v
re.;ent, ow ing to the ineaerne-s of: Calling to thir assiv. and
the meeting lie txp-essed l.i:oye!; "' 'i'-ontu then, with t-ir p.oi. c-.
, . 1 . ,. , 'he hi'i s : 1 1 1 f ;I o! those of L'lier-
ilect leiliy in savor 1 i:s oiijert, l ul
thought it best to defer a-'ion until
some more suitable occasion. Mr
:: re 1 w ith Air. Jonns.
Mi- Wing withdrew his resolution
until the next meeting. j
After some per tinent and thrilling'
remarks by Mr. Zimmerman. Mr. .
WinL and other centlemen. upon the
J , ,
rangea ana mcons.siani mooes r.i ,1(.f vj,;l a1 j n )l Mw pf ,he (.iljnt.
teaching, nnd the happy results that,le. lesser himi.iai ie --. which lit other
might flow from constant delihera- j limes hestud an d "pai Me, in the lir
tion, and tiio possible adoption of ,c. j'"MII"-'"' was vis. to tf.e eye; all
guh.ritvaml m.ih.rmitv wi;h ,,...,, "ire enshrouded from mortal gaze,
..' , , : .. k , i nv one apparent vast cloud. Ivn-
to this much regulated subject, the j R;suI1 .vll(llinilt " ,,eir p.,rU a
committee returned and reported the . mounting in all to twelve, ai lived at
following resolutions which were a-j''lt' pail of the wall they wer. tont
j,;., tcj. I tempt to scale, and one of the tali st
i i it. mm . . , .
Kesnlverl. 1st. I lint thu ntjorn.
tion meet ajjain on the 1st Saturday
after the Nov. County Court.
2nd. That every member of the
present meeting be requested to use
his influence in procuring a neneral
attendance of teachers nnd others in
terested. 3id. That each member be reques
ted to consider the meiits of the dif
ferent text books now in use and re
commend those he may think best at
the next meeting in order that their
merits may be discussed.
On motion of .Mr. Wing, it was
resolved thet the proceedings of this
meeting be signed by the Chairman
am .Secretary, and forwarded to the
Democratic Banner, for publication.
E. HUGHES Chairman.
J. B. Ilendeison, Sec'v.
The Loveliest Christian. Rethink
you of a womanly soul whi'.h sutlers
much, but is continually open to God,
which, let her inwardly weep and
bleed as she may, appears like the
image of joy before men; which the
sorrows of the world may disturb,
but cannot darken: where is her
likeness? In heaven theie is the
rainbow, in the clouds, and the winds
that fly over it move it on; nnd it
jdittereth before the sun, and its drops
Leeoriit: co'crf, ;:nd thev test on tne
j f ,. (kc r,,neitr: moriiin- d
'..fj, l,C;luiilul d.iy. "
uvi. ...... vw..
THE FATED RIVAL.
.-1 lilt lllin" ISloru.
(Concluded from first pin.)
the use' of that, noinber s., clmrac W-; " wl.maat toe same t.u.e w.tn b..uno- "I have," was the reply, and, a
isvicof thy sex?'' said McJwyn, Siir.l less md.-nat-on; and as ..e ut.cred beautiful little diamond, of which the
cT-tir -ill v I the epit'iel, he rushed Inwards his j mock st me seemed o fnc timile, wa
" Anna,' ho had hut parth.llv re-!hatea '"e a!l'' 0l"e the latter iia-l time I producet!. ' '
covered from her swoon hen 'wres i J" ",s( we!P.' " ll,s 1,,,,rnce'L. rhc P? was four hundred dollars
ted from the armn of Edmund, and ! he heaihed hisj-wom m his b oso.n. The southerner then explained thit
who had taken it for granted that ' Me w'n ,p,11 l'r"st' i,te the j he wished to borrow it for'a feW days,
both he and her father had been the
victims or Melwvn's limitless furv,l
implored the chieftain, in accents I
implored the chieftain, in accents'
which were repeatedly interrupted !
bv the irrepressible grief which swel-
led her gentle bosom, and which ven- j
ted itself in an ocean of tears, to
terminate her life that instant, as an
act of tender mercy.
"A few hours of a solitary dungeon
will perhaps bring thee to thy sens
ses, and cure thee of thy regards for
Edmund; if not, I shall then wed
thee perforce!" said Melwyn; and so
saying, he dragged the agonized An
na to a gloo ny cell, in which lie was
wont to incarcerate the persons ol
those of his vassals who had incurred
The enraged chieitain then des
patched a special nxsicnger lor a
priest to unite him and Anna togeth
er in marriage, but being some di--
. , , ' ,
ed before his services could be ob
Emoi'son and Edmund, who, trio
worsted in the conflict between them
and Melwyii's party, had been pen
mi'.ted to enjoy their liberty un-no-Vsted
after the latter had decamped
with Anna, beau to muse on the ca
;am';tv which had befallen them, and
to think whether or I. t it v :s :':
in the range of possibility to do any
thinj lor the recovery of the pirson
nf the hnd'i.
Ed nuiid was intimately acquaint
ed with the lucahties of M -Iwyn"-castle
an 1 its vicinity, and knew tint
after sunset there was one par! of its
walls defended only by one person,
which to adventurous saints it would
be perhafis pi acliiiii!e to scale, an I
!: s vaxs ils
ia.1 survived the
recent conflict, the
bl idejr.i.iiu :,n
. Lo uh s latlier ;:
themselves at every point, arid h is-
'S'1 ";Vds the n-.jhbo,ho-,d ,d
Alelw vn s wal.ed castle,
Tiu; s ,n ,ia( lmi-0i, hjlIiV.lf lu.K)U
the western huriz .n i wo hours bef.ae
they Iclt Emerson's bail on their ad
venturous im p. s .
I ne niirlit was
exceedingly dark: hours had to e-
lapse before the moon would show
in'i'i 'I'uiiiai oi men i u iioit p ice I
. . . .
j himself in tlie position best adapted
tor enabling theolhersUo avail them
selves of. the assistance of his shoul
ders, in endi-avonnix to scale it. Ed
mund, with sword in hand, was the
fir-d lo make the attempt, and on
reaching the summit, was astonished
lo find there was no sentinel there.
Impressed with the idei, from the dir
ferent voices he heard on the outside
and not being able from tlie pitch
y darkness of the ni'ht to correct his
error that there were a vast num
her of regularly organized besiegers,
the sentinel, instead of standing to
his post, ran to tlie cntl, for tiie
purpose of giving the alarm. The
remaining ten instantly billowed Ed
mund, but the eleventh, not having
any one to assist him to scale the
side. Edmund's party were at the
castle almost contemporaneou.d v
with the sentinel, and at the most
important part of it befme him.
The brilliant illuminations visible
in one of the most spacious apart
ments led them immediately t it-
Edmund unceremoniously burst open
the door, rushed in, ami Was follow
ed by Emerson and others. There
was exhibited to theirastonidiedgaze.
the spectacle of Anna in her bridal
robes, pouring forth the agonies of
her heart in deep-Fetched, rapidity
succeeding sobs and torrents ol tenrs,
and being supported by one oF Mel
wyn's sisters. The lord of the cas
lle held fier snowy-white hand in his
around was a numerous parly and
the prest, wdio hadanivrd hula few
minutes before, had just enunciated
!. r... ..,.nA ..f t'im .v.ott-'...,..r,;..t
i ine nisi scmrui.u ' n.v mm. i..iuuiai
ViI I .linT'exclaimed E Jmund, with
his eves directed to Mdwvn, and'erner,
' ' "ul SUL" auu
"';lu, l.v '
E '"""V1, that though he survived but
. ' 1,1,11 ll)'Jun oi; uui
,wo ""n,,t?s 1 '":"er, he partially
!"ose "P- A h'4 A ler, and aimed
" a t,!e brMrl of An,rin' S
at the same time, under the impres -
sion the thrust was successful
"Nor shall thou, scoundrel, enjoy
her either;" hut EJmund had alread
y seized her in his arms, ami the
thrust which was made, ol her proved
mortal to Melwyn's own brother,
who, in the conmsion of the moment,
occupied the place on which Anna
stood but a moment before.
Entering th castle of Melwyn
'.hus unexpectedly, and finding in in
mates anticipating scenes of fes'ivitv
rather than of mortal conflict, Ed
mund and his party found no drihvii!
ty not even resistance in carry
ing oil" Anna in triumph. Tnc only
obstacle was the turn-v iron gate
Iruntino ihe c.u-d'e, but a sut'i'-ienc.y anil others oflered to the amount of
of it was iri.it inii.rieoudy de no'idie J j five or six hundred doll irs more, all
to admit of their r xit. They read.-. "F -a hi wa promptly met by the
ed hoiu.-in an hour or two thereat"- sonth"rner. Tin stakes boinsijout
Jer, and oa the following day E !- up. out siiied the sportsmen to find a
mund nnd Ami again approached i jewellej. The first they questioned
the hymeneal altar, were united to-1 pronounced the s-'one a 'fie diamond
uelher. anil spent the remainder o! j and worth from fmr to five hundred
heir days in peace and happiness doll irs," so said the next and thenext.
The better stood aghast' :t wa a
DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. iiamonJ and no mi-t ike; and as tho
When there is a scarcity of rata- southerner pocketed the "tin," he
ml pigeons, spurting men, by way of coolly ohservej, fold you gentle -kerpiac
th-ir hands in, occasionally I'" '? trn-f!.:l .vo.vA."
plni-k nr.e another. A 'ich case ot'i Th following day he took the
this kind, in which two of the frat er- js'one ba-k to the j-weller of whom
mtv. one a s u'hemer and the other Jlin '.' borrowed it, and had the com
a New Ynrker, fi-urcd pretty con-( position counterfeit replice.1 in the
sp '. a-ouslv, oivm rf il in this city last , r;ni?' ar'd m the evening he sought
week. Wt-wio give the facts as restaurant for the third time.
tik'V were related ts n- indeed thevi I'-e staie Sm' were again there. and
i.eed no aT.plilica'i-.n. The w!i- I '"'kinj so;rewh-it crest fallen After
ti....-i;.. u...;hl .." i .:..;!. nm !:.( u r. ' :--ki;.u thorn for some time, our I t-r.
in in side for several d-i s p:st. in J-'avely aJJir-.-e I ;hc cute gentle
consequence of the paii.x vsm 0f . ii.an from w li.im had purclr scd
langlitei intJ which it was thrown I m" "0" 'his fashion.
i;y tlie den ai neat. We omit the! 'W e'-', my dear fellow, I hare had
names i the p'o ties, but in oilier r. j n,V laugh out of you. and d-m't want
sp.-f-K th,. statement may be implic- i ''"' r:n-- Marquand has oflered me
itly leiiej on ns mil and faithful. three hundred and fidy.and you can
It appear- that in '.he early pail"?''' hi:. i to morrow, if ynU like. &
of U-t week. Mr , of ' South ', a c,,'f hundred out of it The
Cai .i'iua, an !!; per . :ai l' g miliier,
arri.'ed r:. town v. ;t i a Po ntv ofj
lor the j-ijrp.
: r.ice I t t .veen
n. -n l of pji-king
Peytoin and 1'
up any t h : ti lT
verdant that might
hrnt that might
oine in his a v.
Soon alter landing
Inm the Ptnl.i ir !
na boat b.e wend-
restaurant in Pa ! ilow, w here I lack
h' tnost do cor 2!'-'-:j-c. :'.nd f-r tlie
purpose t mi.-.-t!!: .m ..I h:s o!-!
acqii.iinnn.-es.r.n I making some pro -
i 'si aiai m-pnri". tie nail insti
ligated !us ciga", and was in trio act!
ot raising a elass of brandy to hisj
nps. w nen ir.c ii is.i oi a larg- jewel
on too little linger ot one el the cr.-tt
who was ei'orming the sa ne
iion arresi-i ins afenfron .
"That's a tine diamond." exd-ini-ed
t ie southerner, set' big do n the
tunrj'.er. and stooping forward t.a ob
lain a closer view of the: jewel.
"'i-'.s," remarked ihe nth.-r, -n
ougtii toi.'C i aw tiv.-initidrcd dol-
eu way to a cert am well known"-' ul -oeicurv, me god oi uue -.--
I irs for it. and got it cheap at that. Ii'le ,,:'.;,rv,",,s lio;n t!l -New Orleans
wish I had the value ..f it now, tho'.T -"iigh we sve 11 now credited
fori got it regnlarly cleaned out at 1 1 ' " . paper:
-"s in Barelnv st. vesterdav."
What'l! vou" take for i". cash
down, said the s .iitherner. who like!"1","' "
most id his tube is fund of show y .';
joittTi: and having a pocket full oil :e :..ru f"ertair.ty of getting a
imks.re't binsLir iciuokabtv sell '-1 " " There ij no such both-
coa placent. ' jCiati: n with us as married men have
"Wi-H, w,l the New York land ' "7s.1" h -v,,,r wil'' ,)a w!'"g out at
shark, speaking slowly, and taking a ! 'J';-;."'," ,u " i'm are enjoying a sweet
pull'at his cigar everv second wordJ L,l"',": ,
-as I want money, and vou are a! !,"' ,a,i0 a.;vay 'our elbow!'
pretty clever fellow,! don't care if 1 j . , t.h:i'."-v:.," ''irther on the other
let vou have it for four hundred r.r.d
"Say fourbundred," was the re
ply, "and it's a bargain."
The ring was transferred and tho
m lie Time, the jiar-;
ties na l Peciiine lue ceuiie ol a little
kn t of know ing ones, upon whose
lacus sat a sneering expression,
wh.elt the southerner, who was a
good ghysiogimmist. perceived nnd
did not relish. When the transac
tion was completed, his keen ear
I A .1- - , .
cau:;ui ine sound ol a srii"'erm"
whisper, which ran round the little
circte and he nt once concluded he
was doiit:. He showed id symptoms 1
of suspicion howevci . but albng fori
ehampi'igne, treated the comjiaiiv !
declared himself d. lighted with 'the '
purchase, and bidding his friends good
evtnuig.'ielt the (dace Proceeding!
to the store of an eminent jeweller "vn'siactioii
in l5ro.idviav.hH placed the rinir nn d I, here lies, a sir
counter and asked the value of "that i
b; illi.iut. ' i'he jeweller looked at
it and smiled. "It's paste," said he
(n4 I. I . r .-
, aiu una auoui Iliiy CCBtS.
Have you a real stone about the
same size and shape! said the soutli-
,.u .i w, ui.i leave trie vainem the jew-
e'der's hand unt.I it vas returned and
pay twentv-fiv d.I!ors for tho use of
it f he P
proposition was agreed to.
nond substituted for the coun
and the South ('.amllninn lr ft
ithe store. Oa the next evenins he
paid another visit to the restaurant,
nnd found the old pirtv assembled
The all began to quiz' him, declaiing
that lie had been regularly sucked in,
thr.t his rino was not vvoith n dollnr.
I &;c, the former owner of the trinket
appearing to enjoy the joke more
linn any ol the res.
"Welt, sen demen,"- s ii the sup
poskd dupe, in a s-lf syffi-ienl tone,
"you may ili 'mk what you please, I
kitoir it's a diamond. I've travelled
some, and Pin not to be taken in
q'iite so easy as you think for. 1F
bet yon a hundred dollars this is a
The bet was taken un in an instant.
;';'''r " :ls t- ten pang to be rehVed,
Phe shark t it nnd the souilicroer r
ceived two hundred and lil'ty dallars
nest a.mning the Carolinian was nun
it i;irr,!us, and the oven etched
1 -sli:i: l'"r ,,:'-d Ivuig on his table a
'-'auiilcl liith- bil et. sealed with per-
: uimed w ix. and st .rnped with a fi
. r , . .i
Oa removing the envelop ,1 the note
was lomi.l to contain only three
i oiu. i:
; W ttw.J Cut Diamond.
swasa pczzle; but the first
o-r to whiiin our -soorlin ' mnn'
bowed .In,. Av.a..: j.i.i3
it. V. 'p.
--.j-:.nm u me tin s-
e v iciirsi unable to bear urt
mist the torrent (,i" ri.lioule broi'
down uiiL'n him l.v thu
doWII LOOP, (.j,,, ly .; . ,
lias I. Il i i vn hr
i U'-jt'!;t busim ss.
. ... ... ...... ,
few wteks upon
1 .';''ItiltvVi;i' 17i:ir.hir il.,r,
i k --f .... .-i,iiiiiin
lot tne coailort, nl a Bachelor e.hu.r
l!n'",p " eth "dvises bachelors
' et ':""''vd because tlie winter is
II) a does he know w
wi 1 b
bettered bv ihe cli.incT..'
l-i - : "
; S1 'V . " 11 nave me "t of bed!'
'John, you've kicked the kiverofi".'
'Louis, gel up you lazv doe' it
Nothing of this kind ever troubles
us. There we lie in our little cot,
voich is just large enough for one
with its clean w hite sheet spread over
our person, tucked comfortably iu a
bout the sides, and our head raised
to a dignified height by having our
corduroys skilled under our pillow.
How comfortable! wish we were
there now, instead of here. When
! xve Set tu bed we never have ooca-
S!,11 tu.Bdaiin with the virtuous,
-Vcl selt-upbraiding lloman,
e have lost a day !
n ,'ie c,"ntrary we stretch our
"oar.v bl)l,y its full length, (we
id ;ui1 ourselves up in bed as
n',,med men do.) and say in a tone
a single type-stick-
cr'.alcr a day's work.
" c tlie11 s:ii" fur prayers, and turq