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T0DLLA1N, JBX.MXGS &(!0,, '1
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CONTINUE the pnle of Cotton and other
produce in their jVcw Fireproof Warehouse,
Corner Jackson & Reynolds Sts.
Cash advnnccs made when detird.
THOMAS J. .MANNINGS,
Sept 8, 1850-10-tf.
G. M. CALHOUN,
GEXGRAL COBJISSIOX MERCHANT,
Reynold's St., between Jackson nnd Mcintosh
will attend strictly to the sale of
COTTON, BACON, GRAIN,
And all other produce consigned to him. Per
6onal attention (riving to the filling of all orders
for Bagging, Hope and Family Supplies.
Liberal Cu6li advances made on produce in
June 24, 1859, 8 tf
TALl'AIILE HOIM KIT Fftlt SALE.
rpHE residence of Mrs. Harrison, situated j
JL monoul tt>o most eligible locutions in
Abbeville Villngo, is offered for Bale on reasonable
The Ilouse contains ten rooms, with till necessary
out-buildings, in a state ol? thorough repair.
The Lot embraces five acres; a large an<l
handsomely improved Flower Yard, Orchard,
There is also a second building site on the
EST" For further particulars nrmlv to
"JAS. M. I'EKRIN, Esq.
March 3, 18C0, 45, tf
A. Benevolent institution exla/i/irltvd Id/ special
ciidounn ait. for the relief of the sick and ]>ixtressed.,
afflicted icith Virulent and Ji'jt identic
>1VTE^ L Advice given gratis hy the Art- J
jlijl nig ourgeun ui an wno nppiy tiy fuller
with b description of tlicir condition, (age, occupation,
habits of life, Ac.,) and in cases of extreme
poverty,Medicinc furnished free of charge
Valuable ReportB on the New Remedies employed
in the Dispensary, sent to the afilictcd in
Bealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Two
or three Stamps for poetnge will be ucceptible.
Address, DR. J. SKILLIN IIOUGIITON.
Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2
South Ninth Street, Philadelpeia, l'a.
By order of the Directors.
- EZRA D. HEARTWELL, President
Geo. Faibciiilp, Secr'gtMy. "[Jnn.20,I2m
THE STATE OF SOUTH GAR0LINA7
Joseph McBryde, i Bill for Partition.
and others. \
LT APPEARING tliat James MoBryde and
the children of John McBryd?Xwh"8e number
and names Are cnknown,) Defendants in
the above stated case, reside beyond the limits
of this State, on motion of S.tfc A. McOownn.
Comp. Sol., Ordered that said Defendants do
appear, and plead, answer or demur lo said
Bill within three months from the publication
hereof, or the same will be taken pro' eonfesso
WM.Tf PA T?TJ"F.I? ^ r a
Commissioner's Office, }
Feb'y 28, 1860. J 45 3:n
IP WASMXGTOX IXDDEPENDEXT
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Newspaper?Independent in politics
* ?devoted to Domestic and Foreign News. Lit
er&ture, Science, the Arls, Agriculture. Mechanics
and Education, and luoka strictly to
the Domeatiee interests of the South in the encouragement
of Home Manufactures. In a
word, it will advocate the common interests of
a Southern People.
April 27, 1860, 52. tf
tTm lia OllA H.3S?])
WATHCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY,
HODGB3' DEPOT, 8. O.,
IS prepared With all necessary tools and mate
rials to do anything in liis line of business
at the lowest rates. All work warranted
tft'do well for twelve months, if not send it
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ullv& aim in will uc UUlie 1TCC Ol ClltirgC. Ul*e
jne" atrial and satisfy yourselves. Terms cash.
Jam 17, 1869,7-12*111,
A .QQJiriVfDr v iir\iTu
_L liX'J AUOUH1DU1 IIUUOIJ,
One Square Wett of the Pott Office, Plain St.
OOILTJIBiffRIA-., 3- 0_
well known E*tftbj)^M^en? lian been
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D mvtt |fviui?uvubiv wpcum iur me accomrnodation
of tbe pn&Sfe? Every attention will be
given tosupply^fhe wa^U and comfori^p/-Patrons.
6. f ?.UASON,- VBprietor.
April .6, i80O, 8m. *
SPECS' & BIGHT,
OT1LL oecnbv thafr old tttad. onnoaiUT th?
O Planters' riotel, No. 816, where tbey e*?nfit?Dtlv
lrtec on hand'one of the Largut?to?jp
ia<gw^u}&ra Country, copTpridirrg'fcVery ar
ticlWrthcFDrag and Fancy Goods Trade. All
Of V^ioh they/will sell at Nejr, York Priws.?
Pria^hefpr* Jo6 bay, <>ft*o.a6T 1860, j^tf
Worke^^^^nds, froi^he plainest to the
tntfflfclftbdrate, deatgoeAMwroishtd to order
it hort potion All work"Itmhn country
AiIFjr boz?d Mid (oTwkrd+S,
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For the Legislature.
The friends of W. JAMES LOMAX announce
liiin n candidate for the Legislature at
tlie ensuing election.
For Tax Collector.
Mr. EnrrOB-'r-rPleiwe announce W. It. Hilton
as a candidate for the office of Tax collector
as the ensuing election and oblipe.
iiie menus 01 uapt. U. fll. MA'ITISUN respectfullj'
nnn'ounce him as 2 candidate for
Tax Collector at the next election.
The frienda'of JAMES A. McCOUD respectfully
nnnourioe hitn as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at tlie next election.
The frienda of Dr. J. F. Mc'COMB respectfully
announce hitn as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at the next election
Wc are authorized to announce S. A.
HODGES as a Candidate for Tax Jpollector, at
i the ensuing election. _
The friends ofvCi.pt. W. S. HARRIS
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
| the office of Tax Collector of Abbeville District
at the next election. ^
CST T! ie numerou* friend* of WESLEY A.
BLACK Esq., respectfully announce him as a
Candidate fur Tax Collector at the next elec- I
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The friends of HENltY S. CA30N respect (
nil)' annnouiice him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector, athe ensuing election. '
For Ordinary. '
t3T The friends of JOHN A. HUNTER re
ppectfully.-'announce him a' candidate for the 1
office of Ordinary, at the nest election. j
The friends of Col. J. G. BASKIN re*- 1
spectfully announce him a candidate for the
office of Ordinary, at the next ele'ctioD.
The friends of Il&BERT JONES respectfully
uiMiuuucc linn us u cauuiuuiv iurouerin at me
r|"1HE OLD/ ADAGE is when you *re doing <
JL well lo be satistu-d. Hut I ha?e taken
lip a notion of going West, and now offer my
Land, Mills, &c., for Sale. ,
I offer my Home Place in Abbeville District, |
near Greenwood, containing SEVEN HUNDRED
AND SIXTY ACRES, lia?r cleared and
the other half in woods. Very healthy location.
Fine improvements?a large comfortable
Dwelling, Iiarns, Stables, GinjjEioufte, excellent
Negro Cabins, &c. On this Tract is a (
Tine Flouring Mill,
With three Seta of RUNNERS?apd a CIRCULAR
SAW MILL?all driven by 'steam power.
This Mill is in elegant condition, and has been
runninc ??ifj|ifc wnra frnm tn
thirty per cent, anmtallif.
' Also, a valuable Tract of Pin# Land in
Edgefield District, containing ONE THOUSAND
AND FIFXyi ACRES, and on it-is a
first rate **
Saw Mill, Grist Mill, Shingle
This Mill haiiSjieen^ita operation seven years,
paying from thirty to tlurty*\.hrec per cent, annually.
Also, one other Tract of land,, in Edgefield
District, situate on the Martin. Town Road
and on Horse ' Pen Creek, containing TWO
HUNDRED ANJ) SIXTY ?.CRES.
'Also, one other Tract of land- in..- Ji>ickt'ns
District, Containing THREE'HUNDRED AND
FIFTY ACRES, finely timbered, and the Blue
ltiilrre Rnil Uoncl rorinini* f.hrnmrli i?
A RARE #^ORTUNJTY!
This is an opportunity for nersonrVii^Bng to
invest their inoBey in aomfetliin^'tfiat will pny.
And euch opportunities are rarejy^oflfered.
Look out all who feel interested ojr -you wftl
certainly lose bargain?.
1 situi 1 tie absent in April and May, but after
lliat time will beat borne; and will.take
pleasure in showing the Lands, Mills, Ac., to
any one wishing to pprchase.
J. Y. L. PARTLOW.
X*iew Mnrket. 8. C., Apr. 13 3in
At the sign of the Golden Anvil.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Subscribers, having been appointed
JL General Agents for the Southern Stntei
for the sale of
TAYGART &. FARR'3 DOUBLE THREA1
sowing direct from'tbe Spools, and making a
strong, durable stitch which cannot be unnav
?>11 wl nnrl aominrr nn tlio lliiiinitftf on^ lipavipaf
fabrics with equal facility. These machines,
for simplicity and durability, cannot be sor.
pussed. They have taken the first premium at
^ve of the CouDty Fair* in Pennsylvania and
New Jeiney, over the higb-?rie?4 tygshioes.of
Singer ana other manifrsd?^ IfllPllf^w.prioe
ui which uiese j>iachinesWa>e(pered ttpt^iuiem
wiiliin the reach of every' one. Price from
$40 to $46. Parties venting agencies for these
Machines will please bjJBly to us, as we are pre-,
pared to sell them at remunerating rates, to'
wiuhu ucwrgMjOj engage in Urn JiuBineM.
We are dMfgenU for Slout'a LtiJtStiteh
Macbme, ana the EurebiL&huttle Sewing Macbiaea.
Prjc^nging fr# fftO ?od^Bird^
all of whi.oh aM$rat qualify Machines.
? . ? FI8EER & AGNEVy. * Co.
i rVilumhiJi. H r! " ? a?
W*Mr. W. c. MOOftE baa the Aim nay fofc-'L
> Abbeville District These ma^nesTncy "be!
; piirohaied from him%t Jfce above ratSr xriOT
' freight ?ddsd. . ~ ^ W
TifoiOULD Jtofcrm the pablis he fol?!s~
WT torns?o tkjTUW vd will conUttjk
. the pHclioeof uecitaioe*. -Ho mav he fiHMT iT
MMAR&U^LL nOU0R tualew proj^poffljy
THE GIRLS AND THE WIVES.
Somabody has written the following about
the girls and act it afloat: t
God bleu the girl?, t
Whose golden curls ^
Blend with our evening dreams;
They haunt our lives 1
Like spirit wives,
Or?as naiads hnuut the streams. ]
They soothe our pains,
Tliev fill our brain* <
"With dreams of summer hours, ]
God bless the girls, I
God bless their curls, f
God bless our human flowers. j
The wives, we think, are quite ns deserving j
of a blessing as the girls; therefore we submit ,
the following: I
God bless the wives,
Tbey fill our hives
little bees and., honey ; 1
vThey ease life's shocks, I
They mend ou?"socks,' <
But?don't they spend the mone}-! j
When we are sick,
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That is, if they should love us; t
If not, we die, I
And yet thev cry, - .C ,
Aud place tombstones above 1 ' j
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Of roguish girls, i
With sunny curls, \
We may in fancy dream ; ,
But wives?true wives? I
Throughout our lives,
Are everything they seem. '
THE C0LUMBUs"0RAN0B OIKL.
The Cincinnati UazeUt^i Thursday last
tells the following:
The citizens of C jluinbus and visitors at
mis vjnpuoi will recollect a beautiful young "
girl, apparently, 'sweet sixteen,' who daily
carried about the Legislative balls and State !
offices a bandsomely-wrougbfc banket, con- j
taining tbe plumpest and sweetest orageges.
Ob, yes! everybody j^mtimbers Eltie, tbe '
beautiful orange girl,-and bave wondered '
in what book she has bidden for tbe past '
two moot be ; -for no more bfcre sweet face .
nod girlish form is seen in the Capitol, and
interested clerks, 'with a great admieation" '<
for tho rotunda are obliged to forego glimpses
of the neatest gaitered foot tripping up ^
the marble stairs.
Everybody about the State House admir- ]
ed Euie, but it was with a respectful- admiration,
and if a gruff legislator was tempted
to jest^with the girl or make light re- ,
luarss, iie was restrained oy me modest .demeanor
and pure soul-looking appeal from 1
her heaven-blue eyes. Eitie always brought 1
a full basket and went tripping home with '
an empty one, and her scarlet silk purse filled
wilh silver coin. She was the sole de- '
penJence of a widowed, palsied mother and
her noble efforts to keep away want were '
known, and made the fruit from her basket '
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(en times sweeter.
When the great Union meeting of Ihe
leuueiwee, iveniueKy ana UDio legislatures
was held in Ohio's Capitol the beautiful
orange girl was trapping about disposiflgof
her fruit lo the 'sons of the South,' and receiving
the homage of admiring glances
from all. At the end o?;Qne oLtho halls,
viewing the noble row of princely residences
on Third street, stood alone a youthful
member of the Tennessee legislature? wfien
be was startled :l>y a silvery voice asking:
Buy an 'orange, airif
4 How dQiyou ;8eI0hem ?' said the fit rant' *
ger, looking jo to her eyes. ;
'Five cents eacb^sajd the.rnaiden, bold
">g ? '"'go uuc ivmnMLwrn; ?
4 Indeed they are.' ? *
This introduction . opened the vr&y for tC *
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piviuugcu ituu serious conversation, in
which tb$girl artlessly rev&led to.tho stranger
the poverty ofhfirhonie, and the necessity
of her supporting her sick mother. He
ttril BO KlrilP.lr wTiiti ihn m?im? *<nA
singular beauty lhat he secretly r$*oIved to
visit her home and become more intjpiately
acquainted. He did* so, and after successive
visits, woo the' cdnfiaence and love of.
t^v maiden, and ibe mother's consent to
fftisjF marriage; and whgit'be went back to
his southern; borne it was with a promise to
return ip a fortnight for his bride..- ' He
came, and noff^the manly BQqth&rjier and
the bifluliful orange girl are man and "wife.
fle has taken hef, the forest of ^be fair, to
l.:. .iLI ? A < 1*?LH __
ii ib ?uuuib^^^( in in ana
The L*dor of an Author.?lF9.rd
Ly.U0D Bu'wer, one of the jnoft -pr^
lifta and briliiaet of< modern lulhon in n.
lecture recently delivered, a^ic) tbat ho bad
published about sixty volumes upoTi ffribv i
jecU requiring more- or le^ or patient ,re^
8earcb,?1Sn^j^.V?(^Dev'er? ^^general rule
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GLADSTONE AND DISRAELI.
From anexcellent well written article enitled
Parliamentary Ddelling,' published in
ho April number of Black wood, wo exract
the following sketch ofthefee two parlia
'The difference between tho two princi)al
orators in Parliament was very strikingy
illustrated in the duel which they fought
>n the question of the Budget. On that
jreliminary discussion raisud by Mr. Disaeli
as to tho mode in which the debate
.iiouiu proceed, the leader ot the opposition
ntroduced Lis motion in a speech of great
ibility, defending it on grounds that, to our
nind, were'convincjng, and were at least so
ar successful that ministers were ultimately
breed to concede to the House of Comnons
an opportunity of examining the treat)'
jy itself. Mr. Disraeli's manner on this occasion,
however, was hesitating, and exhibi,ed
very little of his usual 'go.' It is not
:asy to get up an excitement at five o'clock
n the afternoon, and the best speaking at
he commencement of a debate beToro din-.
]er seldom rises above the level of calm
jarralive. As tlie speech wound its. slow
ength along, it was observed that Mr Glad
itone was more excited than lie usually is,
;vhen bis adversary is speaking. Tlie ruanler
which ho usually affects when listening
o Mr. Disraeli is lhat of indifference. lie
.brows bis head back, stretches out Tiis feet
ind to the spectator, at a little distance, has
dl the appearance of a.Bound sleeper. On
his occasion he was more excited and starLed
to his feet the moment Dr. Disraeli had
$at doyyn.^Jn the yery first sentence which
tie uttered there was the war-whoop of the
real Indian ;- the tomahawk was blandished
in the most exc.i.ting style; and everybody
sneff that there was lo bo a grao^peiTor
m ' * ' '
mance. I'ereons f-peak or Mr. lil.adstone'a
speech in bringing forward the Budget as
sne of the most wonderful displays of which
the Ilouao of Cotnomns bad ever listened
Mr. Disraeli's'itaa. a very good speech^but
there was nothing wonderful about it, for
it was simply .a level of skillful narration
that had been carefully prepared. The feat
has been performed manv times ahead v.
and will be performed many times again.
Hie upeecli in anVwer to'Mr. Disraeli iiHhis
debate was very different. In the memory
Df the present generation there hiiS no speech
been delivered in the House'ofeComraons
in which there was such a ruling eloquence
such a rage of. words.. .Its 'go' waa.ipcomparable.
There was not even tiua&fff cfreeiv
It seemed as if tjbe vbhanrteildr of tbe? Exchequer
had only'nve minutes to^ipare,and^
i i . ,-rr " w j
into that ppace bad to^cowd the entire*
diet intiry. He Beemtfdr ot' oa^ fpcflbing^
against time an&ihe pneefremindeo one.:o(,
nothing so muchuB the 'last half niilerof tlitf'
Derby. He kept this up fo??.go 3RfoorJ
Htrswept^gn JHkea harricape,'tfre flou^tfif
he".^^?-on risinjj,to catch every
er was there sd^rexciteroent, and tho'^o'nfy
man thatj^ppeal^d .unmoved was the Red
Indian's victim, who sat,?8 usual with his
arms folded/, with*fiis eye*c|own,%. and w.ith
Lis countenance unaltered. Moat oth^r
members keep tfifeir hats on, and/t^ play.,
of their feature!?i& concealed by the' 6h%df
?t,? ? ti?
"" """"V ..vmrj-mo ..jjjjjpyi/v.c iJ?r, vii
the contrary^sjiu always* ith his hat .'off,
but motionlcsa ^s?' statue, not a ljmb shiftingiu^p^i^jon^nol?
muscle of Iiia 'iTaco
tfUirfiring^ and .of? ibis Occasion, although
be knew that-be b%3 op chance of 'Veplying
be bore Jbe^tack-vf "hi* untpgo^Bt wilh a
col<jhe89 tbftt was siltjliroe, if'wo remember
tbat Mr. Gladstone,Mn the oj$inf6n '<>?. his
admirers, was supposed to hnjre scalped and
scarified apd settled for .ever ihgdeaderof
the opposition.' ' ^
tit w l
viuooir- if iia - Juuiuuj^u
Burke, tfrb oriator vva^^fi^Q of parts, and
his beau ideal of .a perfect-Sjifo is worthy
of consideration by ourftifr fnfnjti Here
it i? &'C' ' **
Aaflorfect j^fe Is it is not.
a beauty amffig froures,.Jrofltfci
( onjpJfiXion, or fioraShe lias" all
three in btgh degree, but it fa not by tbelg
tnatflne iQDOuea ine-neatt-^-iiis aji mat
and eeBeibrnTy which, a Twee can, epptfcss.
that forms lieiJb?aatvi'?ShehiBn?ffia"tliat
just rouses your atteotTpnl Mg^t; it
S? upon yon e ri t, aDd yoil
ifdfy th^Jl did hot fffito,Jfr
butt^fey awe when tCe^Sbm
does rija e xcl .tKtrao ftetaa
mmr. wj*- *'?
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THE BEST PHYSICAL EXERCISE.
After all the invention's, erections'and
tempor^sy eulogizing of the 'gymnasium?
after the costly experiment, for a-time, of
horacback riding nine-pin rolling, and olher
games after the novelty of military drilling,
too exacting on the time and ptirso of the
student, too starched and mechanical in the
style of carriage it gives, and too demoralizing
in its associations?after all devices,
the wise man comes hack to the simple
thing of walking. In the old beaten track
the man of perfect health and physical devel
opmcnt pale and hearty- holds on the even
tenor of i.is way, till, staff in hnnd, lie steps
into his grave. The history of this branch
of education is most instructive. The empirical
Greeks, especially he dreainy among
their philosophers, first inroducud gymnastics.
Tho end sought by^ihese exureises
was not one practical with lis. Thcn^meii
were to fight hand to band, and the gymnastics
of the Greeks seemed to be adapted
- . ' '
to train men to this mode of combat. Dio^
dorus, however, the Roman historian, in
^ 4 ML
the Augustan age writes from Egypt; 'They
Jhink that fiom slaily gymnastics in the
'palsestra youth will gain not sound vigor,
but only a temporary %lrengtbj and tlmt ntgreat
risk of injury.' It was not, then, from
Egypt that Pythagoras .and Plato brought
gymnastics ; Vnd when they had introduced
them into their schools, the practical followers
of Aristotle so preferred the roiindabout-town
ramble fotiphysibal cultnre that
they received the name of 'Penpal ie?,' while
the teltra '.onservatne stoics wijre.satUfied
with promenading and lounging upon their
It is refreshing, almost invigofaUng in
itself,to the robust peripatetic of o'u^dny,
panting and 8Wellfng witli the thrill of hjs
morning and evening walk, running through,
every fibre of iis frame, just to think of the
men that have;- preceded > liirn fq this line1!
which he'iias marked ontATor himself. lie
i$s Uie companion of Abraham, rambling
over the hills, 6f Palestine, of Jo^us walking
two miles out of J^eruslam every night,
and bark in tlio morning, of Paul, 'minding
liirmelf to go afootandRhe is the fellow
partaker with a long lino of men,In
secular life, most. masterly in their, .power
of mitid in every ago and land, because the
framework of mind'a-migbty enginery lias
beep^kept in ifcratreright by the renovation
ifiatrtictivo to tbe educator, wben
t reeling in Europe, to observe the-?Uide|jt8
ibjiliejGerman universities spending tbeir
Summer vacations in tramp^jihonglfie Alps
wilb theft'Kt^^ck.8 on llfeiV b^kp^ tlieir
slout plioes on- ibcir feel, ,^nd $&ong .'slaves.
jo .tlieir hands; gain[tig Hba? a vi^dr nnJ
k^|)]i.;up^uft?ig- .tfii unm
most, nf (liA oil
experience ?ho'wa tfiaf, w^^other resorts
may be valuable as'iempoiary restoratives,
ho*- location of an institution of learning
whfere long and pleasant waU^arenot only
oiit necessary, witji the ad^iiioo^of;
a Covered promenade for inclamentiwe'ather"
is Ibe best provision for physical education:"
?Prea Samson. '
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, *** GOOD NAJUBED.
Bo good *natured. operates
against a man's bappineao-.inorQ'fliati ill na
bui^ , ii? irt au inuit itiy,voryjyucjJi
istence... It deprivej?'*nihi t of all-pleasure^
except such as he'mhyjJ&^lofaj give himself?it
is a complete;b^r against his ?ntry
into any social amiisetnents, and baa tljfcef-jfeet
of ren ]erihg..Bini:-p^ni8?rable, ns those
withvwhom Lent thrown in dontact. Who
ever hcaril of A happy ill - natured inan ^
VVtnj^-thdnUing is morally.^^t>aaible. "Always
gfowliog if anything j^a^Bonfe, and
if nothing ^oes vrr&frg.li# ia^misejahJ? becaat?4ie
has nathifte'to-errowf'*' aL f>u6h
w,,y jft of and
comraiB^jstion. lie .lives a BeclqaWtnSoj^''
Jjted Ure,:*flfew? the Vorl5 through _the
diu'ra of h)B apd *die?_ disg^WSL1
wtyh everything" oSr^ke very bod
self, wlioni hovjunly imagines to he
d a tiffin *nrh > ft 11 I n.
jrfOV good natureO, oultiy4^^3^^wju|gf
d!flT rea? asauretjyou w if^_i f
you w?h iff be bjppft jfegg
natured, fur yqp JtjLj* morS" fitted, ,tp?g?*
.be good ,n?^oWK|w Ejtppinew is w co-ox-.'
istent 'with good qggre
PETS WALK WIIH PAPA,
Did you,ever see a mother dreM lief darling
fo r a walk with papa ? How the rosy
checks shine with soap and water. How
cftrtfully. is each little soft, vine tendril
ringlet, rolled over , her 6ngcrs. What
dainty little boots she laces over those
plutjip feet.- IIow much love is woven in.
to the Embroidered coat, which sho fastens
so closely round that croup-tempting j
throat?defying the treacherous wind.?
And how with many a soft touch of her
hand, every stray speck of dust is removed
from tlie velvet cap, which is jauntily set
on that glossy head, framing those bright
eyes, and cherry lips, into as sweet a picture
as ever adevofi?? knelt before. Another
kiss, and another, ana papa, cigar in
mouth, takes tho tips of the tiny fingeis,
and nods a good bye Id the matronly face
pressed close to the window pane to catch
the last satisfied Icok.* Surely no child ever
^as, or ever jwill be, eo pretty?she says to
herself?as she sits down to her needle.
* Sq far so good. Men like children till
thav -&rnw4 paiil?'o6rtma ?
j wmviwwviiiq* luniuuin i;hii t sue
round the corner-?-lucki}y for her presence
of naiD^ii Papa stops, to.Rp?ak to an acquaintance.
Tommy seizes that opportunity
to fall flaton his stomach into a minipiuldlc
where lie healths I"t*!e diacon olate
bunch?with his nose'forked up io the air,
awaiting the paternal release. Papa stop9
puffing and talkiftg,M.him right end up,"
'lakes his pocket hmidkercliief, scours his
face, and rubs the dirt :rint6^his coat, and
starts afjiew. Tommyf^ll^fcontiiluing 'dis^'
consolate, and the cigar not stroked,
1 a' - ' ''? - ' - - * --
iv.rocurs 10 pnpn to oqjam;* temporary res
p>iOT i by purchasing ft-slicfc of pitsiTcd^idy^.
wh icl^is received gleeftrtly by tbp cojnfortV
ad cherub, who Jcommejicea distributing
j.equall)*?outside and iti'side.^now op the
nice coatj now on the'Gibbons of'his? -tfttW
cap, mxking small account'^f'^fte^ew.
gjovevih which it w^f/uch n/^|qb -to^enca?e
the restless little Rogers. ^Papa/" well
"Satisfied, strolls dreqmily nlong, reveling in
the fcurling fumes of his cig^r^iill tjjdfpink
j candy gives out. T'beti
( bread cake as a further quietuijftfhd the
insatiate infant's teeth .aire' poon 'buried -in
the soft treasure; ril>b,on3, gloves, cap and
coat coming in for a share of'the spoils*
Still?puff?pbff?thotigb the heavens
should fall 1 At length' the gingerbread
gi>N uui, Biiiiuuuueuusiy wuu \ioramy ?
legs. Pajja for the first time glances at tbo
sickly condition .of his offspring ari&^jpquires
ftith;.;*Reducing, parental ettille,
-"wouldn't Touaroy libdta r^te'ypide ^ \Si
t!f<S cnr? fM ^he'goirged infant nods a gratfious
assent./lpapa t a Ices him up by' tbfe'
Traoroccj Jits ovyo pejsonal security,
IftSttllfltlfe '.'nnrl /?Vnn?'3fr.!?i(ivifc*Aj?.tl
fr ore ? v"
ter; but tlie-conducttirV.-"Lurry imtbetet"
" - . . v ^,1 1 V
ho unceremoniouyy cafcbfis at
-Fommy's fat legs, and hastily deposits bin
ftb-a seal i the?ar*, wbertbtfia soon fiMV
f\s1ecj^ his^pcrowded quite oyer hisnosfl,
we cape^oFm,s cogt tnnd &t<)e before, one
boqtuulacedfjiis stockings down, and his
stockings dawn, and liis copt, like Joseph
f0f-old, "of^ many colors"
Me?ntimoraamnm anxiously tl$
arrival <f|^er*.petv ; She rushes -irito^lBe
entry with .uplifted SJh^fccueUIjjft
She tjikaih Tym mywt?i)tly
the spoiled <fiil dFclotb?? wbi^.Bhe^Maf
been bo \n any"busy hours'jg^fhg^<lIl
j^ally is tnMnfijitebut n^ftopatienoa^ Vuto
'ST.ildren, wliei?*tbey (ri&rfpre i|$eir
i conffort, an^fter all there's nb'use'iftV&fag
1 crose about it.**' Good 1i(lie
ciato he^I b'e djjjgT?
one wheo tfe^ihwan^y and; gfr
g?t a w/fnk of 'sleep
The hardest trial of those who fall from
affluence and honor-to poverty and obscurity,
is the discovery that the attachment of
so many .in whqm they confided was a pretence,
a mast to gain their own ends, or
was a miserable shallowness. Sometimes,
doubtless, it is with regret tbat these frivolous
followers of the world desert those upon
j whom they have fawued ; but they soon
forcet llicm "Plino U??? J-Ii-l.? ??
0-_ ... ? uw icoto tuc aHtiiCII WIJCU
the dishes are empty. The parasites that
cluster about the favorite of fortune, to
gather bis gifts nnd climb by bis aid linger
w ith the sunshine, but Bcatter at the approach
of a storm, as the leaves cling to a
tree in summpr wpnilior V?nf /! ??? -
_ . V f VW% uiu|j vu ?1? 11JU
breath of winter, and leave it naked to the
stinging blast. Like ravens settlo down for
a banquet, and snddenly scared by a noise,
how quickly at the first sound of calamity
these supperficial earthlings aro 6pecks oa
But a true friend arts rn the centre, and is
for all timep. Our need only reveals him
more fully, and binds bim more closely to
us. Prosperity and adversity, are both .
revealerp, the difference being that in the
former our friends know us, in the latter we
know them. But notwithstanding the inf)inr?i?rHv
j. gi vtumpoo jii^aiouk Hiiiuug
men, there is a vast deal more of esteem
and fellow-yearning thai) is ever outwardly
' Tsbown. There a>e more examples of unadulterated
affection, mote deeds of silent
love and magnanimity, than is usually supposed.
Onr misfortunes bring'io-our side
r.-al friends, before nnknown.v Benevolent
'J - .
impalses where we should nof eipect'tbem,
, in modest privacy enact mfctiya scene of
beautiful wonder amidst the plaudita of angels.
And, npon the wholo fairly estimating
the glory, the. uses, and the actual aid
possible prevalence of the frjendlyrsentiment
we mast cheerily 'stViJce* lyre .and'Jift'Tyoice
to the favorite song confoasing^atter every
corilplaint is ended, that. . ~
There is4# power to make eaoh hour
Ae swecl as Hmvuii iIobIofii?(1 it
Nor; need we roa'rd to bring it home,
Thougli-few there'be tSit find-af!
We seek tocy high ftfr things close by,
IgAhd lose .wfiSt nature found as,
, * Por lif# Wntb here no oliiirm'so dear
Aq horae'and fricodt aropod us."
*'' " QEN.-JACMOK
AT-"IfBS LFVti?GJfTOltS DINv
In t^ggpisb publialfed'iife of Andrei Jack
MjY,";^^r7'Bdrt6a we Jnd t^e following
/.Ibe rr Livingston,
as be f(^e frpni tjie parfide Rroijnd by tbe
geperat^jomptly pc^pV.i^the'' invita
tirfil.'*'^ beautiful and
gay Mr9;\Li#i'nRStotVt tbe lead^r bf-^ociety
^cr^ bjd^ntllb iJiooer p?*^ fr*
fe.'eomp^ea Vnly of Mies, rao&t of/whom
^r?mg *tid T.rdy Vno\r Mr.
LWftfi&o/bmf rtft^we Word HKgf&n.
J^Ktjijfc to ^6neK??iilM?t5e bf-'newS'* thAt
\ tb'r??W-IWhospi tlnble''la^ioto A^onstomae>o%
;-}What sbaltfgb^dS >Uh*^#,*%ild
" gepe^a^'f'om Ten^^eli^^ieporHd &?
, Gen. ;J$pjMbit???too,v^0fi^Uh
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