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JTATR EPFBJLICAN BY IIOSJIER & KERR. LANSING, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY. OCTOBER IS, 1850. VOL. 5, NO. 20. WHOLE NO. 234. . STA TE OFtCERS. NOSS WINNER. ;.ro. KMIUDB. I'AIRHKD, l.-eufenant C..Tm-M jitLSOS U IS.BMX, .eeetary .f . fclM A- THoMi'SOV, tieputy PASin. L CASK AailitirH-uf!. JiHX JlclvlN ', .-ta-eTrea-eirer. IHfcOHORF. Ht'XTKR, Keputy Jo JoHS tl liRKOoRV, S.ifrini-i.lnt FuV In ruction. tllKTUNC 11 -TfBlXS,IV.uty do JAMi-i W. "ASH .N. C .lamwMuntr State l.ao.1 Office. JHS H TRF:Ii:lX, Ih-p-ity ! JACOB if IIOWaR!. A'torney livofrtl. -RKMKlCK W Cl'lUtS'Il'S, Alj anl Qr. Maater lio. JUSTICES OF SUPREME COURT. CEOKI.E MARTIN, Chi'f Juctice. HA AC V. CHRI.-TI.IXCV, A ori-te J.intice. JAKSV. CAMI'Br.M.. " KAMJOJJ-H MASMXt;, JUDGES OF TIIECIRCUIT COURTS. lrtlit EKWARr It C. WILSON. it NATilAMM. HV H V.V.i V. H ttirtll-RF.i l.. 4tb " HWIX l.WRKN-K Sth " BlXJAiX .UAVS etb " s-mi:iM r;RrEs. 7th" J'HlAll URVKR Mb " IJl'H ". UVHJ.. vih" Fi-AViivJ i.mi.EJo:iN HAb' WILBKRI" WmMittORlH. Cnv I'ehiutula, IA.I1XjOOIjVVIX. i joi.vr. kmxi;c, SI ,KKiK W1LI.AKI mJtJ HAXrU Ut Dwt. BKNJ. L. PAXTER. 2.1 M 1th itb 6tb If tb J KASTMAV JHSM, ij:vi liiHjitii'. ImSAl.l) M.UNTYRE, K LAKIM BKHWX, HKNRV W1II11N;, I.IKKII fARsiiN'S. ilJVfcU L. SCAlLlilXU, h'tQfU " tkt I'lnnrrnlf. James a walkir. i f .uum BEXJAMIM I'lKKSuX, V 1P1.ER Y. J ". lhimlaml ItUmt. REV. II M "AV, -rn-if l Ay lkf, lMnit-l I! i'l-l'liut. JERFM1AH P. WrUVRV,"l HKNRV M'T.U.I K I.ITIIfK II TttA-K, I IV A HTCIIKR, Tru Urilni.lru Allium. DANIEL I- l IUTr. J Aylm f it tlw iiin' Kn!niir james iir.v ;ei:, Ht'I.W'Rr B. SIIAXi t.WtRt.K. W. I, ll r.l i f r,,tr4 llniw of Crrrrtim HRM.Xnitll:ERMS', CHAS. A. TK'WI!tUI.E, ;Etr.KW I. EE, tniARi.Es Tiui-r. WILKKKI. K 1-ll.K, CHARLES IfN.N, WM. L SEATuX. A rent ..r tl.f fut I'lixm. J. EL'tifcVE TEXXEV, t.t Ubranan. AMOS K KIT, i IJ'TIURH TRASR. V NEL-VjN W. CLARK, ) fmprrtort nf St ii I'riton. SAMl'El. P. MEAIt.Snpt St Mr ElUSbip C.B.I CHARLES Mi KEY, l'r. t Stat Airru-u'tu-al Soei. ty. R. K. JOHNSTONS, SK-M-tary !. t. AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. L. R FI.-K, PrHilfut n teinpur. Prof. f tlirmistry. CAI.V1V TRAtV, Pi-f. .f M itlii-nw'ici. T C. ABB" IT, Prf of Euelih I.itert.ir. XEVEI.ANI ABBE, lonru-t-r ia Civil En?in-rii.ir K. F. JoHNST.JNK. tnnrl SupKr.ntrii.Ient of the E.rm. EAGLE HOTEL, nV J. iTI. SHEARER. LANSING, MICIIK;AN. SUffM for St. Ji.tn, Jarkwii, IVtroit aixl M inh.U, Irivi LANSING HOUSE, Luiitsiiii?, - - - - Michigan. n. IItDSO, 1MIOPUIF.TOR. WM. P. HOCCK, CLERK. Uges Vare th'n house tlailj for Jackson, St. Johns, Dt'troit, ami intermediate places. Lansin d, Aril 1. 1s5'J. It i:V I.IVI.IIV STABLE. 1VX . H . X ANZEZjS, 1I70ULD 1NTURM THE CITIZENS OF V v Lansing, that he has opened a new Livery Stable, with a full stock of fleet, well broke liorses, comfortable Buggies, Double Carriages .nil Sleighs, and hr close attention to business hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. Lansing, November 30, 1 85S. J. V. LeOXtiYEAR, UW AND CHANCERY BUSINESS, Lansing, Mich. Commissioner for the State ot New York. stepiii: .noiiEiiousi;, Faahiooabl Hoot asJ sh 'iakrr Itjota am! Slio. cob tautlj 4 hitnil.or mti to or.!-r ob uliott notir., aol at n-.naW pr- All work warranTl. Shop nearly opixmt. Bi ,'a llaukiDiC tiltirc, M ali.ntou ATenue, Ltwtinr, 51 ch. .4 p a Miox jTa" wili: Attorney aol Couasellors at Law and Solicitors in Chancery, Liimin, Michigan. Office in Cowle's Bl.ick. io. 1. raa-sos. n. c. wilkv. N. B. D. C. Wiley will dVfeml criminal cases as heretofore. 223 I. L. I, .TKUT1A:, Oflceathis-oiiJcnceon Qrantlitret,exactly Mtofthe Capitol. Lansing, June 30, 1S56. Oerxe A. Ariuttrong, Attorney and boaasellor at Ltw, Ltnsing, Michigan. Office one door south of the post office. PEASE & FULLER, srccitssoasTO t. b. rloss, Jobbcrsof, and Retail Dcalcrsin, allkinds of PAPER STATIONERY, Paper Hangings, oorwG paper and printers' furnishing GOODS, Vo. Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Mich. -TI. ELDER. ARCHITECT & DRAUGHTSMAN, . liso, mcnioAS, . " ""arnwh Plans, Specificationsand Estimates ia the best stvle of workmanship, and designs .or tharchos, Court Houses, Hotels, Private J-ellmgs c, and will contract to furnuh ma wnais an j build aimhin? Ia the i; T nf niiil.liritr w superintend the same on reasonable terms. rteAse jrire me a call. Lansing. Ja,mrT .t gr? ,)Q HORATIO 1KATT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Jry, WilUamston.Jncjham Co., Mich. THE TlTET"liT IU. J. S WOOD, late of Al- N Y , now rMtv to att. n l t nr CjfcU 111 Ki. Iirn.,;. .. Iv. 1- a . a. - cis::;rh;r,.:',nir,,v ia uu"r u.?T'1 v5' x " ,,T M r yh' u io r Jt purrha,,, M m,u.f ,, r u MwtL, 7-x, corr.er . T Srt ni-'mr anI Sn .S'c T" J 11 1 Attorneys touneUocs at Law, and SiLcitors in Chan J; "Mag, Michigan. All business cntrus ja to their care win he promptly attended to. UBceorerE. P. Cos weir. Shoe Vtore, second JtoOT North of the P.O. lr?uittDnG HOUSE. lYlT R. CHILDS would respectfully Da J w111 I"9 wishing Board, br the w Week, to riTe nim a fa!1 at tbe oeiQ 8tat. u " Yrshu?n!,r Str,. opposite the ?w House iquare. Fine Rooms and G,od e.m m obuined on reasonable terms. Miag, Jane 13, 1859. i6 Sale of Forfeited State Landi. "U-iHwu, Meb ,vPt iiti.isi9 ; i j TVwiilJC NOTICE la he-ehy iu, that the fl.o.u ! 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MOTICE. ovnm or tnt Sbcrftart or Stii, i Lansiv, td-t jbrr CI, Is.V.i j TiWlP U 1ICDCDV I'M'rV .I....... . . .1 IN Ti.it.iMot Act No. in of'isii.!.L..rat iM Tro- 1 mejear iti. iai wnuw wum in w wim- wuu p.op;ne., and th. laws to b. prji-ed anl .l.iivei t.. the b no.r withm tarty day after tho iis of rh a of the Iicaiatur. Mnti.J.parttu.nt. Th. abo. tot-. ,i,cia.l in on. bid, and lb. amttoM.'imat.drrta'iunlein4, ana in. ecna par ream oi papw, wneiorr pruiim ihi in r Hid No. 2. Firi.t For B.ndieg tb Law., JouinU an IVicumeiita, to b. don. in T.ry reprat equal t equal to that oi tb. yr 1st., to be tbe law., journal, and doeumeuu ot ext.ma'n! pr copy. re.ia ror ury.ng ana neMing tuf nii, tf - - mated vet hundred ia;aatar.!i,and for loMin?uJ Ftitfh- inc ramihieta and bu.. tob.e4tiniate.iDeri.il. hundred "'xrd-ror Roim .ni p,e n, Bi.nk.. to b. .Mimatoj per tparn, whether ruled on on. or both .d.-. lourth-Kor Bin.linS Blank B-ok. b.r tho Executive dpartmen .. and the manuscript law and ouroa . to be .stimaud per quire. The price to i sta-.i f.r oi mn luU Dount and nan Doun.J. ine note wora to oe done i.romoti.. and the Mwion law to n b.uni.ani d-iiTen-d at thu office, within thi-tir .i af er lejeijin .1.. .t,.u. ,K. Tl.. k .,l.ul in tl. abre bidoM lwdiu. atth. a-at vfrovenni-nt l.ii.-x.o rir iaiiiiu uK -ir. irui...i i lining i . 24by36iucW401h. t-U ream, nith jro. B-wb.ana "a.e p'oportio.i r.: white 'ork. SampVn ma I !-ti fior:: quantity to be inerea-rd at the option i f thv li rd of sUteAudtor Bid No 4 lor furnliinir f.r the Execute, depart meut Bl. ting and IWt-offiee 1'ate.. AU, 1- ter. Kul-:.n i riain tap, r . up, nmi ni, unn, ivmj and Medium; al.,saliu Wax.F.berV tvnoiU.Mai.. 1. ."S'lfSV.Uiig and 1' aio EiiTelsipes, Waf- t, l". .V J Arn ild ! i "ry Fd. ,m ntity t b. .noiea-e i Chemical wrstm rlui.l.Meei I'm. pie t- aceooitanv the bid Tin uu at the optH n f the Boar' of Sta'e Auditor. i h..i. lid No 5. or fu-Dili Hi 40) r-.r0 t l .mi oo.wmt, lech ant hicko-y to be ie iver.-l oiilir at tne tail i.l or lae inncru, n. o.rj ii uni...- mar dueet. K.f'T crd to be drli.-red bf tl.- tir-t .iv of January, lSi.0 ; 1 jO cr't he .le.ive-el b tiie tir-t day ol Marrd. I8 v ; o "rn i. u" crniereo u iuc o.. rf Jnur. lsi'.t , nl 15uer.l. to 1 de mere I by th-j 15th oay-f February. 1S01. Thvqunlity to .ncr a- ! . t the ptii.n of the B ird f State An.lit- r. Iw.i ;t ui'Me re.pt.n ble sun tw w II I ie-iuie.l f.r th I neif.trniar.ee .f earli c ntrart, and in c lie-e :l.r ' tep"ntlii!ity ..f the individual tVred a nte y i r.o; kn .wo to the mt.notM.f the Kar.l, the eerti5,-!ilc i f th? Circuit Jnd in wh.'we d.t ii-t he n.i.le. ..f h -e-p nV bil tw, will be ie.1Ui:r-l. N i. I-11KIJ., Secret ;-y of State Coiiniiiioiicr Xofict --w-t i . - j k...... .n:, ,.,.1 .TT, r v 11 T,", o.,i.:.- lv-s. out tmr throats and at minister to j last, t nan a niua nav&nna in my inouwi, me oura:ion arm iou rite oi wuicu i never ; t ra. me renei oi mmu ana Uody wnen 1 ?J t, -o I ;u J . .,1 W it- 'jsthdarof NoTmber n.at, fir jo.u tim rnutu - .n,.i , " .... ' . . .t . , n i ? . i i - ' i t i , , seconds Mr. Iarey was at Lis suouldcr, the Bd1id for th. State, and fam'siiiu Kut-1 au.i .-tti. nij our effects afterwards, replied the mate ! and a pair ot slippers just at the cxtrvmity f,.re saw cqu tiled "Its only bis i .-.iv that Jerusalem pony deposited safely .. ,n bi.f f ,At 1 soi mm bXl:Z r J"""a" walking forwartl. j cf my ties, it will be understood by the rlay" begati the hypo.,riticai pro- in our back preen ! The gratitude with ; The Mru !hat followed w"i Bid No. i. Firt For rtmtiiiR the Uw. j..um hu i i We inado all the sail we could, but fif- i married portion of mv male readers t:;nt ! priotor. I congealed the remainder cf bis j which I overwhelmed those guardians of t n - cn rWo ' teen minutes satisfied me that escape was was in a disposition "peculiarly adapted f .r ; sentence by c ghmce of in-'-rclulou, scorn, j the public safety ! the reckless of expense i .inai.totbf pnntint of . iik character, i.nm i r tin-, impossible. The retxirt of :t gun from the ! subjugation by the female. Lee'iiort, tue and reo'iestcd to see sou.o smaller speci- j with which I opened bottle after bottle of I . ..i . . Mat in tli. vear 1S47. Ta. whole work t iw done with . , . .. P . tJ r , ,! 1 , , , , , l .r . .',, ' lie theater, i here was no sham. Hostage by the Judge or Probate of the county snu, opening his (.yW, rrnd liking fall at i U woUid very mnch mcr-as..' your rrae of Ingliam, coinniissioners to examine and adjust ! me. , tice," remarked L'-rr.-rti, mu-;ng!y ; all claim, against the estate of Hirara Cranson, I yes f. fjotjr j PJy vessel was " there's nothing l;';e a cirriag? Lr a me l- ueceaseu, nonce vaerc.ore uercoy va lu.u j frt el iTCa , Christians to feed those ' in pursuance 01 tue stun urut-r, wr win uieei a, i -. , - , .. :. r 1.1... ci. - ,.r 1.. 1 st.irvin T-ct r-le. . IIIC IllHIS- III "ill t-iiniun, 1.1 iiiv M'" 11 vi v.i- j .-j 11" T onJa''. for the purpose of adiastimr claims! The rascal continued his eieaocrate caze a . as against the estate of the said deceased on Sat - sentation of said claims, notice is also hereby riven that all rlaim. on aaiil etti not rrpsnteJ inn i on said estate not presented will be barred, under the put- JOSEPH S PIERSOX JOELV SHERMAN", ' within said time ate. 4w2S2 Commissioner;. nrday the 5th day or oTcmber, A. D. at by this time had broken into the main prison," remarked I, asse:.tirg'v. A sli'it nine oVlock A. V and on turJaT the 23 th hatch j j b commanding tone, pau here took phce, duri which I only uaTof January, A. I. lSoe at nine o clock A. I , ' ' . - . . , . . , , 1 1. 1 f , , M.",andsixruonthsfromthel5thdajof August, po a few words m .Spanish, which 1 j caugLt ono w -rd of my Leonoras, al A. D. 1859. beinir the time limited for the rre- i could not make out. Tho men looked un even that was not intended for mc ; it the pniATB. - Eighteen years ago, the ship I cornnian-1 (led was dancing over the waves on a m is- e i i . . ! "on of mercy. Laden by generous contr;- hntinna nf a. NVw T-'nrrlir.rl r-itr ab i . . - . T .1 bound up to the Cape de eris with bread for tne famine stricken and dvinfr Ilriher ,. , .... .. . "r"-11 skies never gladdened the sailor's heart than those which were knt over ui: r.le?.s- anter gales cever filled sails of the pea 'journeycr tnan tuose wnicn sped up to na- ven where we shculd be; "and now may God have the ship ia h;s holy keeping," ' the prayer which concluded the old Kng-; lii-li bill of lalintr was lionrd nn.l frnr.tP,l I I r..l , - . V r .l - ! craft, whose errand was to succour the des-! titute. j Wo were all in high Kpirits, forward in ! me lorecastie ana att in the cabin. aiiors : who arc often so hunirrv. liable tit anv mo-' meet to be put on rhort allowance', ai d com nelled at times to fast entirely, know1 i ufLifr iiijiti i n i-iniumon i, i.iri' ri.i.u.. whom famin threatens. Jack h;ts really sympathy for the mm who has no biscuit in his !ockr. ' It was now thf fourteenth d iv out jut in the first grry ot the morning that the mate arousrd mc with the sfart.mg intelli- gence that a suspicious vcssil was in sight. With the fin-t ray of light, the vigilant of. fleer had descried her. and the was ho rear as to be nude, out with a rla I was on 2 deck in an infant. his cut throats over the side, but he linger- l m j The lirt glance at the itrange ship al- I'hind, ami, after a moment 'p hesitatioti, 'most difl!ed the fear that the mates's ! as fV.ugh he had half rc r.u d of hi reso ,1,.k. ! alarm had occasioned. ! lu'ion and was a-hnm'd of wi:ar. he was ! " W'.v, Mr. Larkin," I said, laughing, j h.iig, he approached n.e wi'li Lis hand . . fu 1 as I spoke, " there's nothinir supicious in j tended. If- that bib! erly looking craft. ' She is a I 'or-1 , ",:,xlbles ;..,r." bo ex -laimed. as he isi ' tugese brigintineshe can't sail." felt my grasp, and s.-nd ou where the ..J " She l.H.ks like the build," said the mate, ' Carving are j nijii g Lu bread " ii.';i"but she is built for sailing and she'll ' The nest m ..meni he was youe. It is spread canvass in a wind like this, that'll f send lier skimming like a cull over the sea. And look now at the men on her deck." ihie glan-'e through the telescope was vu...ii iu ,iii.iji invi iuit i.t wa.T iiiii, The vessel was sham built, of Ih'ht ! draught, and rigged like a brigantine. Her i ; masts raked very slightly ; Itcsides the can-1 vass usual to such a rig she was fittt d to carry a lugger sail, which, when spread be-! fore the wind, would add to her speed In j addition, she was pierced for twenty-two j sweeps. Her decks were crowded with 1 ! men. I "It's no honest craft, Mr. Larkin." I I said, ' but she may not be a pirate for all j jijjj j that. One need not be surprised to fall in I but in point of fact, we are in it, the nenr im i with a slaver hereabouts." I est villa-residences bein thirty stru ts Ii", She's no slaver, Captain." Wliv do vou think so V . JJecauso there are guns on her deck instead of water casks." T f 1 l t l Z1 1 U1U nor say Slie liau a cargo Ol Slaves 1 in," I replied. Then why does ohc carry so many sruns Kjondcck? If without a cargo, her guns j sltouLt tuft lilow ; iT ritli uue, there ohoulJ i be mow guns ou deck. If that ain t a pi-! .. ! rate never believe mo acain." As if to put an end to our speculations and clear up the my story, the su?picious craft began to spread more canvas, and as she gathered away with the frcshning breeze, they ran up to her foremast a flag which, when it reached the truck, unshook its folds iu the wind. On a white ground we saw the terrible insigna of the free booter, the death's head and cross lones I nol. to.l :n .n. .i. i;..i I t-,,,1- I .l,..l.t so. said .lr. Jarkin, ijuietly "ami the ship has ro guns." "What arms have you. Mr. Larkin .'" I asked. ! " An old horse pistol, and the l' k ut ': of order." " And I have only an ol 1 fowling-piece and a pair of pistols. 1 loar tliese iel.i7S will make their own terms with us." j . - . , . -. ,. - , pirate, auu n suoi wiusiiing over us orouglit j us to The pirate came aiotif like a i.an - . , i..irrv j. -i . ,,wnilt . i e j : caxuc nlt-UHI pu:iKillg Uisi.llice, lie llulietl, 1 1 and ordered me to launch a boat and come on board. Wc got out the quarter-boat, j arx,ut t jullJp jro her, to iav : my respects m t crsou to the vulians. when I J . r. . , , . I Mr. Larkin asked leave to co. 1 " t captain, ' said he, " h t them send for him. I'll sec if the mate j : won l answtr as Will. I le had sc irce'y put his foot cm the deck . . -.it 1 of the pirate, when he ajjam appeared on tie raj( acj descended to the boat, which ' began to pull back Almost the same in - ,.. ., ...i, , ., i i " ...v . 1 to which twenty savage-looking rascals, to the teeth, sprang and railed lv he teeth, sr rang and t uiled to- j 1 j ujard US Ten minutes afterwards they . i i - .1 i t t ,- j Were OU uoaru my tsei, !IUU OCgail Clear- j jnT avv.ay tl,e uiain hatch. i ; , , TbO leader, it SWaithy follow. whoS? j suarc, compact frame iu licatcd .strength. j and whoso eyes, black arid hazy, ar.d half- ! concealed bv the lid', expressed cruelty ; ai,d cUnUlU'. aprroaChC'U tliC Cabm-hatCb. . .11 11 1 -.1 i WiKTC 1 St..Kd, 3U.J addrCSSCtl me III tolCM j j 1'rifo.sh " Are you the captain of tins vessel " Yes," I replied. What's your cargo "Flour." ' Whore from V " Uoston." " Where to " " Cape de Vcrds." u tn. .i . t . r ,t t. u, mo rc an siariz iucic, lit; 1 m imcnt, then turned towards his men, who; j in astonishment, and then withdrew to the 1 I .: l. t .t . l : . .1 sije lhcv pkKHj sazin, cautiously to - , . - . y . - wards their capbtm for such was my in - teirogater. He thrust his hand behind him, and walked quietly to and fro for five minutes; then lie said simply turning to me r ou Americans ahiviM vnn bt.I ,lU. J ''n T;,J I at holies ?" are all heretics why fi 'i;r t ce 1 Ptarv:'!'.: 1,.. .... r o 1 Ioaj. t.Kj nr our tehow nun, tnir Saviour is our Saviour," I answer .1. . . , '""ffni.-hro: at the euMi.ict of the mn " If you lie t.) me." he cri"d, witi a treeness wusch Mart.tJ me,' it you l:e to "- 1,1,11 " 1 " i your uu u.-v.- i cargo the free gift tf your country men to Carving f" 111 prove it t. yu l.y my jajrr answered. "I (Inn V n-or.f t .- rr.iir r.orr.ri ' returnej, swear it. As lie sj-okc. h- crossed himself devotedly. ." 1 ewcar by the Ib-iy Trinity," I re-; i" icuii.i uc pirate h'1 devotedly, Ir!'l?y. w1 - , ...- vn. ii.-ti. uj . .v.. i . i n i counted hity. hen he rais hm s it up ; 'l "cd to mo there was hs f roeity in , i ivunti .Tnce. His eyes were no long.-r - half-closed bur ojn and c'ar in their; d. pU I l.i.ko l readily at lim. j Cap aiu,'' said he eourt.-.usiy. " can you supply me wstti two or three easK.s of , wafer . i I e.-uc tho rdiT. and the waur was low TeU into the boat. A word frotn hmi sent V(-r7 probable that the piratical ras. al was afterwards hung, a- no d -unt lie deserved to be. 15ut however terrible his fate, 1 am sure that from his heart, -eared and made calloiu by crime, and self-desecrated, there burst forth a little warm gleam ot light wni n nntigate.l somewhat the desolation, an'' relieved though it coin d not eiifi rely J'T. tloom of bis dying hour OI K .IKItt SAI.K.M IVWKV. I TWO r'KTl"NS. PliRTUlN I. lion- th 'r,.,ir ri 'jr.rt"l. I am n medical man, residing, as my wife informs her relatives, in the South " in the neighborhood of" Kdingburgh ; at the very least. Our b-0-k-grcen, howe ver, is commodious, and boasts of variou fancy animals (principally rabbits) and poultry; tho form r of which I ue for : ... .:: - : . .1 . I ... r ... sciciuoio cxperiineni , me latter ior in i.i- ble onlv, although it has been hinted by the malicious that they are made to fulfil double duty. Lxking out upon this pleas - ut cAJ'Uii.sc of nuJ uu jtT'iUre, Willi IfH contented denizens, sleepim;. or eating, or through tho various interesting pro- cesses which result from chemical or ehir- urgical experiment, I was wont not only to feel the monarch to whom Mr. A. Selkirk compares himself in his somewhat r,tii- cul poem, but to envy no man his ancestral I acres, however wide-spreading his deer- littcd his crip, and bt tit In ! and it don't sisnifv." : down stairs, and onlv ntrr..nMi-.!,l.. hr th.. I ovnri.M'niii than lf..n r..itnnieticed with when I mention, d the. In thit woudtrt'ul alembic with which area s'trs an I throuA the kiteluui i.assa"c: hideous pertinacity, and incrtastd in volume lb MfHid Mill with his o.l b.t.t married females arc rndewt-d bv f-o Wan- but often dtirnii? the tvurs.-of mv tri.in.i-hal with even note. lNcscntlv the nu-e irnvc forests, however tuny stocked. I ha 1 risen : the proprietor, who, without giving himself ; ward aud addressed me with a very cxci in my profession, not by standing on my an instant's breath for a comma, aud far ted demeanor: ' L'xeuse me, sir; 1 have dignity, as the manner of some is, but by less for cofisideiatioii of tho facts, deposed but ju.st come, and am unacquainted with hard work, and, as I fl ittered myself, u-e-' that it was middle-aged, steady, and well- j the circumstances. Vou are a medical fulness. I was not made dizzy by my ele-' conducted, would carry a lady side-ways, man, I see; lam connected with the press, vat ion, since it had been gradual; end I did'nt know how to startle Lie down .' : sir. What is the matter, fir ? What has reflected with satisfaction, that even if I liless you, ?ie vcr. A child may ride him j bapi-ncd ? Who is it, sir Is it a lady should be in danger of slipping backwards, j a hunting ; while, as for kicking ! or a gentleman, and arc thev dead, or only l possessed enough of balance to keep mc right in that best of balances a balance m ! my "banker's kuks. When I add, that, in : .iuuuioh iu uies- ari"U3 pui ji ei.s oi o- grafulation, on a certain evening in J uly 1 f . 1 . . .. 1 wii" m uiy uosoin ior s ei.u yeais, aoi 1 therefore but too well aware cf Irr ;p.ir- ... . . , : uu. runninrr lirr finders throuL'h what o l, 1 11 . ' mic iuujihiis o ou iii tu:i.. .n.'i mljuii. pleasantly upon my professional talents :md success j " Alfv," said she, coaxinclv, after she i had thus mid diwti the raws, asshc tiio'i'Mit. .1 i . i- i -i 1 1 ft the idea to s.ip drcainilv into mv mini, " now you are ge ttmg on b 1 wcil, my I,.Vf. love, , buy a , i, dr 1 don t )ou think that vou ouirht to j brougham V' j on uu.iiii . i l crtamlv, it yu wi-h if, mv u ar, ..,., 1 1 . 1. , ., 1 . , . ,i returm d 1. pretending to misunderstand i her, and the bread a'is of d.rrc-tic ccon- : oaiy at once placing i:.-li' between mv . TiOC'.-r-U -in.lfli.j iTT..rKT.itil r.r. , .M. f. i , , .-........c ,. r .... u, i " buy half a d.-z-n l ri. rn li ar-.' oe- , ccssary, by all ,et:s, sw-vtot, but I i thought we stocked the Use wlie.U I ll)i- I ., . c - fi .. :. . .1 I . j'ti " !', no:. i n U.-.4. io.o nil inaiu-d m r. rr.. t. IT 1 1 t c ! Ibis fQ 11 ha I Such a fj'mtlty Ol TU-V ; nails in it, in the !.-nii ef rcmisi.-;vnc and rcmsirder, that I imagined it would have silenced the cncmvV fire altog-tht-r ; but no, mat S'.ni sma.l Vo;C?, Wl.'iCh ! in sr;a:i v;c?, wl.-ieh ! r- er still the voice of one's wife aain at tacked me, witu t!i;..t ijuiet j rsi-tencc. j which I its most fatal attribute, j " I mean a cirriage, love I rougli ; am ; a one-horso brougham wruIJ re ij-n'c ; enough." " Whv not siy Mr. Axle's priz? dr:- jat once," replied I, laughirg, an lighting , another cigar; ''111 send round Letsy in i the morning, with my compliments, and i i i nir . i,,,,. i.,. ...... , a - ii umi u .i ical man, vou mav depend npen that ; u takes him where skill an-J talent, even su?h yours, Alfv, Would never carry him." ' es, love : it sonjctiiv. takes him to sounded exceedingly like " Fiddlestick W'l. l. . "' l : ' When she recommenced, it was in a graver Iii,..ici t, t - T , and Ie?s playful tone; M -tribal Oyulai s - j - j prseded, and 3Iarshal Hess in command, j with a new set of tactics H yo-i know how mcch you spend in the course of the year in cahs, Alfred ?; S -sin nz.' Oh. d -n't ycu tell me naughty ! ti- ? ; vi i:;eu never can keep any account. ; Wl: t d i iy, dear? I csn't quite t !i wfnt vu are saving. ouiralk: i, fa wi'.hei man, you aon t wait trom i t live every day, I'm Hire !" " My 1' vi" returned I, kissing her, " my remnrk was, there is such a thing as a " cry well. Alfred." observed Leonora, wii;i a tij;h, an.i as though the discussion wasel(-s.-d. " all I have to P;iy is this, that she child's nnkles are going." " (ioiji''!' cj iru'att d I, with unaffected surpr:- ; an-i where arc they g.ims to ?" If the child's lin hime for life is a ' j ke, Alfred as everything seems, indeed. ; nui liiii'.ii-. ij-iiinir.i ii!sritiH,i h tf.UT,irt f.i ttats. and h t them fall. "lb-'s th' perambulator." observed I with that call .usness to shame which is the huhand's only and very inadeuatc defence. th. unwarranted msckinfoch in : which he vainly wraps h imse f from the watery t".' ; !;e can keep his ankles from "iii in that, Lcotiora, surely " letsy won t pufi if. sobbed my wife ; ' she said sh .1 r!ie bt'.ie angel tur fur-: fur ber first Its oulv u 1 is now to hold ; tite iimb'ellas in the lobby." " hid we nni-t turn over a new leaf, :u"I ir.-t pae,' rcturt fd J poa-tntiy. You've promised me him a long time," rttiirnt-i the unrelenting Leonora; "but I would t trust that ehil'i to be butted about by a pa:t no, not lor millions." " 1 don't think so iarjc a temptation will ever be tiircwn :n your way. my love," re- marked I, drily; "siy 'thuu-ands." lJut 1 tell you what i will do. Lenny ; Ml get a Jerusalem potn for him." ! " A pony," cried she, chipping her hands and shutting up her lachrymal ducts, as if by magie ; " oh, that'll bo delicious." ; " A Ja usuh m pony, observed I agam, with empha-is. and unwilling that an ex - pedatkui shou.d be aroused of some Arab .-bid; " it will only br. a Jerusalem." , io i-e a j"i.e 10 yt u tt s an well ami g.vj, chase, that tur t-ack-sreen was. - to Meak. ' half stifled, t itiful. more harassing Uyond " 1 don t care whether it comes from Jer- j d-rstand the feelings which prompt the I is increasing, aud the child' ankles are W usulciii or l ot," replied the, in evident ig ; demagogue. I saw tho nspectable inhabit-1 ing rapidly ctrengthened. A broach knock norauco fiat the expression was cuthusias-. ants of l'aradise Kow regarding me from i ked through tho wall of our back green tie for a donkey , " I'd ju.-t as soon have it their Saturday-night windows, it is true, ! permits the immediate cause of this pros from there as from Wales or Shetland." , and I knew that I was losing my practice nrity to retire, after his daily lalnirs, to a Ua, said l ; tur I hud not the heart, ndee 1 the courage tu undeceive her. nd, Alfy. darling,' observed, sh as she trinpir.iriv It ft the room to commuiu- lU' this t i'-e.; of hows to her ollsorinir. "do, pie; i if you possibly can. let it be a pieiu.u. ' v try well, my love ; lwill.it 1 poss -ii.!,. ,.i ' I-.. turn. ..I I I A. r,f..j I . iu. , . k. v. not taink it very likely. r.ip.TnN II. -"" t'i 1'ronuse ll'i Kfjit. );i n Cf! tai'l Saturday evening, woino time alter this conversation. I chanced to be at a small village in the neighborhood of KdiuL'biirg, wh ch forms a sort of a watering place to that metropolis that is to say, which b a-ts ot a pier, a wheel-ot- fortune, a f w bathing machines, and a stud 0f Jerusalem ponies ; and on one of those animals I set my eye and my mind. I mad iinjuiry concerning its merits of ; It may have beeu that the puilosophic beast was annoyed by so much flattery ; it may have been a gadfly ; but certain it is that at the word "kicking." that donkey may have been a gadfly; but certain it is , tuai ai iiiu woi'a nuking, mux. uonr I began a pas de deux with his hind legs, i".t it-lir. ir niens, iniant. .iiihcys, who nan un on ' milk diet, but had not vet len taught vi ; . . , , . , , - t , 7 . l ' could hiv his hand unon his heart and re- ' "l. .1 C .1 f '1 1 ciiiuo ii'J io .n: laiiivi oi iuuii uiiiiij . Had he any under a car old ' '1 he change that came over this gurru- ' l,.us r-r-i-n, ut-:i his discovering with whom he h I to lt ai, was remarkable : from snu- 1 1 1 1 1 nous enti:u?ani. Le sank into Cuwurmht obstmancv, wmle he wrangled and distutcd i i ,i .7 . t . u . with ail the lemcitv T ancient sophist ! m i i i IC "loung donk.ys : Ofcourse.bc had , . J i i j i- i . , i.ni.r I ii.Lr.ic - ..,...-cliiiT.iirorl J I n Itr " , 1, , .it ii 'ne ear 0id : Ucrtamly not 1 low could . he havo : INothin was younger than one .' ; opoic:. :uo out e.t re r. air. .. ,1, ' hi i i i-ii, .i How could it be : , ' V ,y, a s ot.lv a drea l'u d mkcv. A - , , ,. , , i,, ;r 3 ,--. ibc low cunning which overspread tbclrvJ, cried li-fon-ra. w ith just indignation. c i i i i t-,- i ,t ceuuttiiHticc ot this dca.cr ia Jcru-a:tm , " I ts furry d -nkcv , cried I. r-nitent- ,., , , .ill ii, i J J k-tii s w..uid have shed antither halo round , r, .-iti J Mi 'i nuii; in v ears. t cr, indeed, , e , .v. , ,, . ,, ' J , r kt 3 i- i iiiV n.cmi-e-r ot the t bd IaiU Jjar. sna.I 1 fjr-'tt that noi.ie, which seennj even , i . , ' . . . , , ,! I f -in ...I fl'A 1 V Hi llt Jill. I H'lull il . ,,. t , In. rli. !.:. t l.r. .tt .'. !. .l,.....l,s . f , . . , , , '"t ' . . i, ute u ej.artv'i ui'Iibc ic-s, nui tn.u a i'li's rx tu.i'inwi a fcii'.w belonging to tn - fjttii't a tcii'.w belonging to tn - n.itloog-:;.a'-i:int wno set-med to Kr.vW thi tii iii au i hi- humor, intorttnod. and s ive l the d Iticuisy He txplainc I to him, with i-.n e !a!. o piti'.iicc which ehoul-J -rn bim the lately v.-at-.J place in th-j College of IVetvptors. turit tl.crc was a smaller iu 'aur j of time than a year, and t!i:.t a Jt ruihm pot ey miht be any nuui-bi-r of i.i.diths i Id short ot a twelveu on h I a -companii d these tw.j t the d nkry cinr-oriiim, i urchjSed mv oung ass fur ten shibings, hir -d a 1- y to h-ad it Lome by to lead 11 Lome t a 1 ,t A . r- , t aiced the La:r to bo - .- .- t at any time, estimate straw li-j'ter, and i::ia ti,nci'iued I d d not at any tune, estimate the duties cf the proprietor cf a Jerusalem i-'tiv so Li'ilv as the privileges. I:, the 1 ir. . .1 . h-r. I f r tiifcv, tue re were about three- j. , . " t -i . a:-d tw-i.ty .t:.cr.s who accompanied Ui out r .T -i " . e .1 . e .. 'e .1 .1 - f.-r the fun tf a i'ie i the th:Dg; . . 1 . f. I or ths t.vo tjio: theirxpesi . lise a guird . . . ft h jni. r, e'j cither side of the creature, ..i 1 i :.n .ii;.;i. c . ii- t i u- '.-- cries; a fourth established bimseit urnne- -Lately in his rear, and took every opportu- nitv t f mv eye bcinr diverted from my property, D twi.-t its trf-ctly straight and ful hearts, I knew, that I was about to luing , mctih. The Grand Jury of Chittenden rather attennated tail The rest f jilowed , the Jerusalem pony. I was not going to f Co. have indicted the Vermont is'tate Ari in a di-rderly manner at a distance, a J-1 do anything ot the kind. cultural Society as a nuisance. Tbe ground dressing either myself or the animal for,; I approach the animal, uttering 6ounb of indictment is. that said sochtv baa riola- rather "attennated tail. Ti j- i i . ; m a disorderly manner at ' dressing either myself or t havlng the misfortune to be an Englishman am unacquainted with tho Scotch lannag j in its native purity as " the cuddy," and J taunting me with social pride ia not at once getting up on the udrupcd's lack and riding home. ! These myrmidons deserted us in the 1 course ot the journey, but ouiy to be re- placed, as we reached KJinghurgh. by a ' much more formidable following. When myself and prize reached our residence in I'aradise Kow, aiout alout eleven o'clock P. M.. ' he had ia addition to his four personal at-' Undants, who had remained faithful, a "tail" of aKv.it one hundred people; including 1 two policemen and three or tour highly re-' srcctable persons who wanted to p-o the other way. but who were compelled to tol-' low the stream, and accompany us ! 1 had lorg-.tten. when I made mv pur- nnri. i n..a i. itti ..n ir , ii...f ..k....,.fl ,t..ir t.. my procra.-tinatin mind, and it 1 ' to Lk? soive-i : "iiow were we to get the ! Jerusalem ronv into his unaeo untable rad-j dock ! Peanst Leonora was ouc to Ud ; that was the only brtgl.t side the picture at j present afforded mo If her reproaches noon the annual not beitij: a riebald had 1 upon t tie annual not being a pie t'ccn added to mv ther annovanoes nt that ttioment, I veriiv bcl.eve that 1 chotild have ; given the Jt ruviletu .ncy away. "Come." cried tlio n.'iiviii.'r, ns wi vainly urged flic animal to descend into his tuture result nee, " this won't do, oii know ; j sarcastically ; " you're n fond of that." you iiiut move on. sir; y ti mu-fn't ho ob-j Ihi.s remark mttuded to wound my pro siructing t!.c street." jfis-ioiial feelings, us mci.tnes hap- " t)n-:ru -t.n your randinother." cried it ns. the verv U'M advice that could Ik civ- I. pale with paion, nt the idea of the law ! interfering to oppre.-s what it was intended ' to protect ; " is there not room in Pjrad-.se 1JUW f.r this poor young creature as well as j ,Vsclf? Move on. indeed ! that is the vt-rv I thing I want to do! A 1. take the Jeru salem pony's fore-legs; A Ltake bis hind- quarters, and be very careful ; and carry him d wn those steps '' "Hurray !' shouted the crowd, in a state t,f wild excitement, and delighted with mv commanding air. I was never in my life in the position of a public: and jspular character before, but lean now well un- as a medical man ; but, on the other hand, the cheering rang in my ears like trumpet voice, and I f it tint, what. er happened, 1 v.tis the fav. i ce of the f.eot.,. Take him doit:;" cii. d I. in a oicft of thunder; "you had ltter tak him down, wheii'l tell vou " "Hurray!'' shouted tho crowd: ' take i ! . . .1 .:.!. I i Hmi uowu, oi uuyiii ou mo i ivicra. Tho policemen looked at me, looked at the ass. iiihle i thousands f.-r the street was tiiU d U.i,to,.e from end to end. and surged into tue ad.o.n.ntr s,lUarcsl,l at one another, and thou proceeded to obey , .. r . . me without a murmur. 1 hey lookup they ii . i . J ; had never taken up Mi.-h a c .. i . e usomier oeiore . . in the manner I the a.-toni.-hed ipiauruped. had suggesu d. an 1 carried him safe and sound down the area s'eps. While this apparently funeral procession i was in progress, a gentleman stepped for i insensible ; He is a gentleman and at present . speech ! ss." returned I, hurriedly, as I ac- ( cjm paiiieu ino piincicr ill I!Icsiioq into mc j house i i- .1 e i .uj trior wer it i;iir icirceuruci.t. : I woke Leonora, to recount to her all ' i . i t i i 111 i a- i r,n vent her rushinc to the windi.w to I...L- ' t l ;ti ill': new ailivai. f ,.v., 1-...... l..l J..r,....b..., . , . i ! i i ' on. Nm times the maddened animal rear p,.nv ,.. urged s e , I shad ho It ng a- j cJ ar;), K.;iM.j Mi Jf uhfM Uf rrusb tho .ro. wale. :.n i trying to picture wtnt unu-uul j f,s.r( ..i,,,, , U ,allk UJ , his tip. ... , , , ' ri'ed forelcir, and, with h-ad stn t' bed o';t. At lliH juueturo, her doubts were sat at I , ..,,. . e c . , . , .. . , . , ' rest, fon.'ver bv the nnot tremend rui bray - '' i if i i c- , ing that ever issued from the mouth of jack - ii r ii i a-s since the dus of IJj ;iam: it was ex ,i i. . . I...., -t!, I m,r..l ... .1 J- , . , ii , s.un nd iic a brs-s b-tnd, c'iiii..mcd of 1 I ..-.- mem rv. - We retired to rc-t, however that is to - We retired to rc-t, however that is to .,. c ... , J,",u l irl :'",uuu l v ; wjuu nu in-:i a ihm i;..jc that aa was j ....i T l .... over, tnai i:ie ..erusi:.ui si y would tnm-.-cit' r.q ;irc t!i- bk-sit;g- ef s u, and be c me raic-r ; ar; i M.-metimcs the real hyrrr. iv ui ruj'iii'jj o.iui'i uui o" ui-wiioj ny i ll I r , an j ..... u uu-.j. i lu.u. me crea j:ii nia -i'.s- xancy. tur mu.-t have been comrtviinj a coronach . ' , 0 , r lament tr bis aoent mother or otht r re - . . , , latiVis, tor, after very s.i 'tt i.aus.;s, such a ..... J . .' , 5 , c,,, J , J, . . J , composition, he would bur-t fjrth with a tor ' e i- 1 . t t r rcLt of diTCorJint wanmgs of about fourteen 1 - 1 t r ii-, hues m let th as fur as we cuuld iudj;e lines in length as fur as we cvuld iadae- and ending in an Alexandrine. It was horrible from the Lr-t, and raridlv rrrew to , , my dressinz-gown and fchpners, and, tasm j , r 1 - 1 c down the r ne from or.e ot the window-cur- . t 11 1 t .1 . .. . . tais, I saihed forth iuUt the back cretn -1 1 1 r 1 1 , . ? ker. had of course bctu banished from cv. i t . . v i cry other inhabitant of i'ara Jise diae Kow as wc.I . r ,i . .e x. ii r e i e regarded me from far and near, frjm first fiat to attic, with interest and satiJacti-.n. They be'I ved, in their PV.i.-h and revenue - sach as, in the mouths of bis late attendants, I had uhscrred to give him pleasure; but I saw I might just as well have read aloud the Act for Prevention of Cruelty. II turned away; he fled; Ik even lifted up his heel agaiust me. Disg stcd.lut notdifpiri- tod by this conduct, 1 pursued the flying Wast with persevering vigor, despite the Cut. tcrii g f my lengthy ga-ment, and the in- creasiug coolness of my unprotected legs. I caught him. I tied up lis jnws securely. as 1 thought, with the curtain-roiv. and re tirvd amid murmurs of c: t lause to mv a- paitment, leaving bim speechless and di-- com S ted. lfetter, far b-tter would it have been, hd I never attempted this The rreat bar monies of Nature are not to W lui-hed by the rude bands of Mtn. Scarcely had my head touched the pillow, when the bray. ... tn fiom that Jrusjeni pony, a the ji'tit up waters from an im fl. cn'ial dam; while the cock, imasriniinr. no doubt, that it was dawn, and aecu-ug itself of tmrhtp ing und jrmi'ting another creature t I the first to white th tuin, aJdctl ita hhrill tribute to the din 'I'll cut that d inkey'H throat," cried I, leanimr out of Ud. and tu i blinc for a ra- rr; " the orgA is sit ttituatcd so low uewu his Lrvtix that iiothiii" lt will tiii iitm ' ''(live hmi chh-roforin," cried Ieonora, cti to me. I snatched up an enormous phial of that divine essence, un 1 again rush- ed down to the back gret u to silence tho domestic enemy '1 his liu.e 1 o tiiucrd ; in tiftcen minutes it must be iviifcaM-d. af- ter tremendous exertion I was standing j in my dressing-gown and dippers ujs.n that pro.-trate Jerusalem pon). like another llar- i ,.y; a victim to Muei.cc," he ressd like a 1 sleciun infant w ho has bad ti.oiich v( bin I bottle. j '1 his victory, achieved in the sigh of res- j spectahle though hleeple-a myriads, baa been i ouite an advertisement to inc. Myiractico nasturc a considerable distan pasture a consiueranie instance. Leonora is j more than mollified Hie the hasty expression .: has withdrawn mad' use of. i about ott;i tli!ii! ln inL' i.u more like atioth- , er thinp- than a liorse-cheMitit is like a j chestnut horse, and eotd'esses that a Jerusa- 1 lem Ponv is verv c-xfl after all. I lor sole ! regret now is that he is not a piebald. I i Ksniiw' ra rnr rim . Kakly Tavi.m; a Yh n-t s IIoksk He entered the ring, icighmg'Varfuiy, snorting. , lid rUtUi uZ. and ; times ! aw tromlLo ,,ro, r N(,w ,lt. (W( j i . J i -.t i .t n 1 the ground with in pati- nee, ai d tl. n Hung .t it e -.i - i t out a hind boot with a i..:e which milucs- v.v . .... ......... v " " "f.r-1' 1. i . . t t .i t- i ted to slanders by the esped:et.c of kceo- i :i i . . n "... . ' : ing ai a ci ii u:.Niano:. jtiseasi- mat a -er-j feet lesson, and was wa'ehed with intense interest. Mr. K in y at first approached his intractable iupii sh wly, gently, but without fear, lecturing as he went along, and ex plaining the courv of '"gentleness " by means of which this proud spirit was soon to be brought to a state of submission II is left hand was on the strap, which ecp ed unobtrusively from the coat pocktt. and his right extended iu the most conciliatory manner in readiness for the preliminary caress. Cruiser the Second hs.kcd puztled, ll,.n C1..1. I v.. no ifl.o il t.l m j MlJileQ () ,)e r0M.neJ m.bt8.udlhen , t-rr.ctv motionless. The master' I i i - -i i , dcr the mesmeric influence I trick Wi sr.ell no thilter- i was a regular I . ,' . , , ' .,' ", p. , htan 1 iiji light between the horse and th i .. .i. i- i t ! . '. .. ' . lJ . .' Btl't Intel. Cct and mere fTUU force, having I itt Jinsr L.HA ar..l ..iiuy.lo .Ir., ,..l ' I' -'" -'-' V -- , f . .. . i ti i 1 recptratioii lnm the tuMr.ls Then bo i , , , ., . n , would rrake another d sr-eiuN c!l' rt to ri-o, !..,... , ., . but only to b; followed b aiiotlu r a:.l ti ois J i bclrb S- r.r.istrati'.ti. II; w r d, be pn- i . , 1 , ' , ,- , . r.-.l l.n .int.i.ri.il l.tu kL'ii, rtti xr.i1 I, -II in , . 'waves wilder tbe s r-ng nonv, utid bia :, . i .i , " i haunc .cs were marked withb-p cTrngn- . ,- , , it: . . . . . ; Hons as be repeated bi frantic a't'-inits lo . i , . , . i i i . break his to bim. t:i -n ri-iun l-ond-. JJut . i -t . . .i i '! it was ot no avail. I n: tnm r all throuirli ; . i- . . e clunir so close to bllt; US. to Hi in a i.art of - . . . v,i uimsfrir. lb: net nevirgiH excited, neier loet . 1 ,, , ,, 4; ,..! ! and whv be did it llfs gri and prc- u ro was as slow, n-cular, erddual, but as ; incX' Table as fate, un:i!, at ia.-t, the joor animal surrender-- at fjiscrt-ti'-n, strt tchd ' 1-. I., r.f t l.if li.r,.l!. ft,.. -a.1.1 - ; f , f , , f , - , .: t t .n conditional subm:scioii. i he ranting low , 1 ... , ! gradually ceay.d, tr.c muscb s all became re- . ? j .. v. t 1 1 .1 : laxed, and the limb? lay he-iplesj in the pro- ftfcs.r a bands, as be knKt.d the Loo's to- , ,,, , , ' getaer cr place 1 then: succts-ivel ; c 1 1 . t 1 e . ! own Lead to fcbow how re; feet wa? r 1 .1 1 ' i-.l t y on bio was bis con fidence in the ubjection of the hot ?. After a few rcinutcs' rest t!ic rtrrt'S were taken o9 and the pujil was a!l wed to rise, when it was curious to cbTcr-.r-that at first Le kept . . 111- bis fore lejs eor.tra( ted, uiider tho imtrcwon . . 1 ? mat. me icrncie jt-'arures mm remaincu m .k.l-.l-.j Wt,. .. 1 1 a iu-ii cmo.!-. nucu JIV U.i 1 COII.I'lCltly WV , . - 1 3 ci.rred bin rricmhritiTii Mr I!irir itnun. . ana the !u:i tuie ol uii iursi ii-nu 1 1 ? v..r tr F.' , Qa tig Lack lud slcw) QUt tf tue ring, amid loud and ccLcral applause. T, . A- fc 11 , J ' A State Acp.it rLTrr.An Sccurtr tv. j ted tbe law against Lorsc-racing.