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Wiy (0. BitowI. Editor. RATU ntW U.~v EWG~. .' a qwLYrO oftitht linets, or itut equl. p qpeC , &t tt*tinian $1 15G, elk!: l Plquent miai tith 75 c-tS~it. or M rpWfl. 5pc tfd. with *sat , mrnuydrfiationa' '13flrtt tee a~ltetl ,f h.Yo Jo~a.UieAtll rlt. intel imma y,4 be areonnpiT&d by tht tiuw of< . .-iu i y tot' pubheatitu, tat tray ge1nft god Mdtdl. lttt IiitO !blbtorL The1J Islliubm~ialt. - einJevor to e.mablieh another IRepeh awl in Ngs. ()kkmsi, the propiiutA're of ghlnAKr.)wojpne to '811 ea zwetiatty which I tntr,. aut lotestiaette peiufrt1I;---fet .to In the ttsaasdticei a.tnte (if OUT peo thur atrilg IJ1.R 4Giai to a ttain lb.t iu flu. Body. r*titic. which we pol ti. t it due, it its T4 glarded that tench t~ii. i~ia!e. en.'. utrig.utnent, .''iau'ut it haew. bees l8'astt in co nriteunet of 4 a muutflut. through which thesie de. * znifift le Nnpq .We.. ha l istrive to e . L .OuZSIAwZ\ a &atderal.LwI in tlhese res POLICY. motitto 2.jnlc4IM.s the L.a niwUAW+ ishalt Jthli"'un (0t nil in'firivi 'mt neir all eirenm We. .hall u.lioe.at.' the sneurity and1 a .f btelad civil liberty, the als"ai.-ite :"f all limot lwfofro tit. laºw, unait eat ian .I.d.rilimltinu of honor and pat..lo meg to Lerit thrill. jeq f allnu.intg antinoeitice, of obliterat me.mory ..f the bitter pmat. of pi en.. tinlt eanl uniti in anong~ all elawu.-a. Mistn he .1 jaterecty., we shnall dvo.-aae the- re f all political .hiiahihilitea.; faster kind ".r encw . re waligni~yanad ru"snt ;n' d. and .s.A'k fur fairn~ue. and juetite irro"g uin-i oplrreliain pare'.aik.d. Thuas ' tar anus and iiiij.."ctzd we sahall con ar test inttf..s.' i4-1e1144 our anhite 'Ia uut nviabale pon~ititun among her aister by the dt"wsslopar~ent ..f her illimnitiddle s apal ,~xure lh, _sIbe.4uitti of thme 'Liunges in the biatiary andi condition of ;d," mu-I the country. luxa that there can be no true libertty the umlsremanay of law, we shall urge a ad undiscrimainatinag aduniuist~ratioxa. of TAXATF 1N~. I111 .4port the doctrine of an equitshle of terat ion uniting all clam-wa a faithful m 'it- tlm rn.va-maa. rC.0t 0 say in thie expew. emifortniabiy with the exigencies of the 'eolantrv andj the diair'harg. of ev~ery hoo e ºt i Igte lt. EDUCATION. MUl ..nitaan thne carrying~ out of the. pro. Af Ith.l act uwlablishijag our ."trci.uao ytr'n. sarl urge as a prminanomat duity the ma (t OW.'bovmth, asn vitally cvnna~eted " rt ewv esaigiatmeut.- and the l.sesarity 'INAL.. a /riler4 utaialy, .tasjatadtitt. and 4t L In this admals addresset the Coop er IMituute Mr. Muii 4ls praised very warnly ' uch that he had arhiu thie country ; but he made somue imluabie Ariticisum. thus he said that an iaw tNeni of (camitio" ¶*e1m bgnt4 the woa M Amt that At neededlne thing to make it perfect and that is, that ediration shonkl tie fmod eomupula ry. Ti'is remark Was received tith appleat by the audionuce, and it is one to which the people of the country oust soon be a ccstniuod. The coinridence of the universal Prnasinn education, and the amazing advance of Prussia to the lhad irahip of Europe, is, too signiticant not to be z marked. The fact that in this ry elmatoral corruption is most pre valent among the mast ignorant class is one that ruggeats to us the emedy. In 41*l, the c tief reliance 'ot AmericAn liberty is an iptelligent inuLic opinion, and that in impossible without edoar tion. To maintai that opinion, and constantly to elevate it, the State must not only provide education for every child, but it must insist that every child I- eduneated. There is one cdanger in this direction to which we have often calked attention, and that is the resolution of one of the religious sects of the country to break up our present system of public wrbools, with the intention of throwing it under ecelesiasticad control. Nothing could be so fatal to the country as such a policy ; but it will be steadily pursued, and not without chances of -eesms. It in a de sign frankly proclaimnal and defended. ts advocates declare that they wish only that each sect shonld have its share of the school nosney, because education abould be religions, by which they mean eeclesiaa tical. Now, to resist this school policy, we mnmust h&ve an enlightened public oflasDOL But we can nohaave it if the the people are ignorant, or if the schools are sufR*red to become sectarian or ee cdiestinuh Moreover, as the Prote - taut sects cna never &! so closely bound for conammon action as the Itnuan Catho lics are-as they are divided by a thou sand theological (lifferencew-the way in which not only the school system, but the principle and spirit from which that system sprizng,. am best be maintaiual, is by the aune enlightened opinion. The condition of that enlightened opinion, which is the true American coO iervatisua, is education ; and it is the highest duty, therefore, to .insist that the Ieople shall be educate. Look at the Pltsuuia of to-day, and -at that of the -r of Frederick the Great. They are both called despotisnas. But the vital dietnace between them is thet to day there is a public upsnon, while them there was none. Amtd to that opinion every thing is really referred. Bisniarck is a Tory of the true blood. But he caasnpreheude the spirit of his age as well that he eunstamtly reiur to tort !nal tribunal. It it a painful fat.--end one that audniald be stiatling to the degree of inspirlug a national resolution that it shall cease be a fact-tJat we are au kager the unat generally edacateul peopl in the wotld. The stumtiautict pres pmrdhuad patbliuhod by the Ilureini of &luatan iauw uae very dl~mrepsbz& bat. upon. this saueatmi ..a thagrue hiborutnmwhictro(geeapeinaold. deviseitscli this is onetbinlyese sintks chtef-to devine some rnttlide( oun pelling every kitate to. do it. dut~y to the citi.4n lhe Uniap-by makiaW StW most ampl eduamstioal proiion wMbits eu eeli Slt.t where Ibi. gmisiaon ialliSMouy nSa&e, a4 in *New 1ukh, thel uafafcupeflhmg every chin&1 gi take advsaatag. of ait -aoM bel drzpt esagesd.mwth tbhea.im.. mata *f~ir ljqe saqt hase I b liqs psth dm114 , of1 faeth th stda . sepro and this in what vain chic6 ueld to per feet your cnluacational Mastem.' ` N NAF W OMAM. flr days arewfled with bomely Her hiert with lUwe coit.nt; Whater.r Mrshe has, she, enj IyU, nor For that Hesave bath not vent She lonks not toward the purple hills. Throagh smwll-hlki'ued windows gay, The sunshin. rimpple- o'er the silk, And the lumse-wade carpet }ay. A onul semme, thrwogh clear, mild eymý " Her Lainby guaes tfrth; : aEistal eamiUlak e * cw l mnodes,`' HIs smile a cherub'g worth. She Bare not many books to reed, lint f.edrn lifer instead; And trammelled by no faienl ererl, Her eartiapir s her bead.. A honme-spun woof of noi edems deeds, Her life makes elttle show; For weord comae hardly for her needs, And ne er like rivers flow. And ne er of duty dlth abe prate. But straightway does the deed ' Most ueeded, whether smDll or gueesP a Fulfilling than Love s creed. In lbabyhnorl, asanag her toys, She happy was for hors; And now, amid hjr houeehold joy., She buWis1 enduring towers. And wie as then she giveth joy, To all who near her dwell, And feel the riestful harmony. Which from her sonl doth welL As from a brook in leafy dell, Or bird npolmits nest, Or whaloseer at home loth dwell, On Nature's tranquil brmwt. M. R. W. "-OU ITSIY-TELLEl:' TOLD BT AN *TORiAhL It waM in Ohh that New Year dawned upon nei. I renienmber all the events of that day with the distinctness of tie pre sent, not beeuey of their importance in themselves, but they were theley th unlockdl for my endurance all the in cidlents that follmiwec. I had been for two'yesrs a teacher in the Hilton Seminary for Young Ladies. No ond save the 6a4y priascipal knew the seceret of nay birth. I was so likely to betray the stain that clung to me, and rcuntnmtane hual been such dant it had not been revealed. Mrs. Hyde, the puintipalwas one of the rare woman of the world who unite with the utmost tact a heart of unbound ed hlberalitv-anii kindness. Four years before, when I was eighteen, my father had sent me his dauthter and his slave As this ashool to be educates. To Mrs. Hyde vnly' had he comidideU.he feait that my qter- wai 'allied to the' negro race, and no oMe woutid have unn pectel me, who am bluotdo-haired _ and 4le.r-skinaed, inhalting oer my only beawty my mother's eyes -To the list day of my life I thall bluis Mrs. Hyde, who received we for what I w--a girl Msperlutively sensitive, quick to learn, and to miaapt mysf- t the ar ciunmtaors by whidh I was asrroumuisaL She betrayed my parentage to no one, but let me take my place as any white girl among her pupil, leaving me to earn a situation of trust by industry, if I chose to do it. ~At twenty I was graduated with all the hasura td theohaL-4acl the dqr afte recesitng .~ simy~hnaseame a my Jatf~daBi 95-lab~een Wat told and ans eaM. 1 istle hail been SabSh baruine beuwameaubht agee to hiS am eternad damnnethak Never shal t MguA the look Ibait eaons ~tu 2rLfly.de'i fac whenI I~ b oetw *u*b. ntthe lap' $be loub-, ed@e with diwbS, yd in bar sesee .she did not hpak ut with a q dk.k h pulsive m U lilliok Jay hahd an' ki,.edf my g was then that Mrs. Hyde caffi'red mec a plan e asn teacher i he s iar, sand ao forbtbWO uetM l livi.4 theeis~ t es (mw&r~t mib. asena of "Muing wrY own living-.et Wag~ sy onu mistrevig. N~kw a t1 w pkmbttleddlowu ov er $ lo andswxnyuvda,. Mrs. H~vdedkvisi:A am iwpmeptnri c roto, eiud teith her inwy ! Iiewi~enL I was titniwd adrift with k º L the monepLim&sm wI aatLtbe eeiti icate of the ,oitisfutietii oi f auv sv~ri'in -eai By pottses,.itou. Ini that gla S Of o f thatt !line when I ttau4ht in vaini foir emi-! alnymeat I t lmn~I upon a S outhern At~erat-ilnfand ºwimlarityYrefu4 in a to~wn ini La nuuaIba. Doº tot think it strange that~ In that za iiuimatt There re attirned uponm me the In e-it'i rve for thei Srwatheri lard, e*u thouagha that land had been unkind to nme. ej a mny heart had slnnmbered tlh 'love of' Irishi 'verwium., of wanner' skies than the iold climnate which hiral sh.4lt4"red nut.. An 1I~ he art hail ladep the %4rupiakl' lamer. ha were the dower fitjs e'wV faU*r. The.1 w*Ctiinl WOCtliilg .4 the, sdwetimwoment mirght to rue, 1lLkts.uatmfthft*Aiwg in iw4den lights the long barli - shay tdiur pian home,, before girlhool hbed aleepenaid and' brou1ght with it Ahe kntiwkleage of vhat I was. It wa s natftinW that mol~ to forgett it want there I founid that t hechain wans Anre~lv wthne in spºite off dlowers.~ SI -was white, I was unkino wn. With t'fe I felt I wais the peer of ant *aenaet i he and, ainal I IN alal ausnatrweal the. vertis&~iuctt, statinig lily tItutlitlit~titiInflf w~as aeeorpteiL Thus, before MY ney was quite gone, I haul sta~rted for t wias tq the house of a wealthy planter I went. The househoild iUtdja1 the. e ng ease whirir NO often socºut wealth, I.artirulirly in the So)uth. r hlual iis plantation only fur a~t, and I caIuii r it bail aiwua}+ Malne, .for his inoasne. aside fromia hise twm. large: & luvq, » Jute: long vennh" oif tulip tr es, w4%, mny eyes Nrev 1, in the. gloirous foliage ¶hat pbveI ahoyc nay childhoaal. I, receivied anti triateal kinilly ; lint) I w apparently, a. Narthrrnoer l was a r of thae working clatss, mand alwaiys I 1 thaat aihaiha of Cliffº.reua'o which,. ho daeeeu thewamaaovass atristoerataw into their iuanahiur what~ thrown wi -out of theiriajabter~e. TI..at I badt e= aaittl it dlid ail~ awniu we. I (ul 1 that naky birth w&as am Becret1 too otund f, ir thm.mrp nt ratiotan.. 0 day thewre a uu at tnjvuest to NJajort Wyu " 'a. I mma on the .vernwd with I I the chillarew who were na}" claurgeas, Ii when 4hor enauia Bnue tit) the a'arritgia-t drice, vli saluting tub e~mployeor andI his "whir mqm.wakiug rip out down I the saqaam infroon! .tnmauell qumtly expe cting a$inm k ); but df r glow'Beu iuy wamy i~riml a mane that M~rs. WVinilhitu .w48 ttigtl well b net toº yield to his apparen~t ex P4 c at o a nd~l she u IW M4 W run o h ueo, l au t H lihtni pal anal hIae~jed1 he hava hs ke rqisc but, fur sum ing, I know mgiat Whsaa. ýOf( ina ward, mm tus tire that warn ~mrat, ats the t be~hind 1poer ai vis i » i Datass~ it the 1~ci i"i I 'ir)tl -tTVi a j an Iii[~t a lies busied i- Sejmiwl. of t1# ids + ; NIhU 1. Bd Dbjl~n liaie di t eaA 1 wa~s bef.*e M db~r "l*it " "Alwnbuis eeoifr'r of tra It-aneP tl, an' balan te, utrerdilr,. ;U& rie4 *ik rwedm'is.m l $ ('iltiga :eiteading` be~omI t aty ran-~ tui~ti! -i Va-is near Ifm ut that of I Trarnttiu afa .t1 light from t Iusvei atieveº the brifl htneewc of the asu~ th wtkit~hit i ix eallodl ýStniight"'li whieb it~I4 eiithde pnrayethr," still rmthruu.agh the situv, the b ( Lz4WaUa cainte. 'aunt bt4 WS it (11( 011*61 thuitmwda yearaC 'u there is. still tits'1 siheik; 'the a~iub anftb.4 water-wheel; the uiereliitits of thºe Mediterranemut ff1141 dip Euphratesm stiff iocbpy these, "with tIM* whic~h Mt~thoiuet snrv.'yte~l fro it neigh~~l mulern hejht,- tiefd -, ,a hfraiettor enter. "bee e'x'it is given t men to have grtfl uric ptradise. and, for hlik. punt; hb 'its ! resieilvted not to harve±-ft in thisx worts," it! dist~ywe .uincle t h lv-tte E~ust," as it v~a, in the timie of Isaisia' the beauw of Syria." '1Msm Dannuuienus ctame our dzunmmsº our hlwteplluma, :nul the "wlic icdhb. *prie t of " lrortngzAr called d~rntwe~o, damastsk. ourl husitiful fabric of ex tt.At 4U41,14l, with 1 Viue$:ii el flw e I Wrs r istec1 upOJ its isrnutiIW. Ibright-grwrimd; the Auuzusk- twsee intro 'lure i into r ughuid in the. tuei oif Henry VII; the dawitttuek hblade, wt buwnion the w4 ue o t ~% tli tk :table .4et eit ; the teeret ¶Jfthae :uiMe-t hiere of *blr hh was lost '*Twu Tianwi tr $ camre if itthe art is itioe1'eraiat; atd the" beautiful art of inlaying wood maid dad Jel with swissw aatl goelu-«l-eknd of 'saameis *rngraving ad" ml Rxt*nre, *nitt~i:e& rht puish ehuunimaabhig Wathmahwir dljueusaui 'bo re' U, swdart manduuma are ovum.t'ohi Atilt AN eItM aieibof itowersimaatbright j1 wauters: the sttrltw. fromt leAnos, ttie d4 *'reetrs of L)*uiwmecs,," the "ricer o gold," :t s~till imnwi naawtl aparkks in, the .ailmkua% muesof Sirize (huaz'k's. Tin I1&zrnucaeAN CAvcvs.-W'e~ copy98p fulls . frswum a speciul Vi uebiugton dliii- u patch of. the 11h: Tito caucusi of Reupublican fie: "ri.' Ia.4.l to-dza y. slid iuyt ejNou~i, uu.a~e I en azaticiei~tt4 ll J,,siWU quaritersi, tie, t .'hangs' the, .rgaqntiz4tkua of tJte bIemuse, ;r I~;L a+imoply vuuteuat e ibs'fr~witl the: an roageweuut of the c nawtitt ihcu~~thie p - muhtat little ibounit ejV e ~. Wp t status (If Se~ti~tnt') ie. I4Truiulputl luau at oeegu NO reaOel thY it j~uaýal 'betau4 y uuehuiiu 1 '. an Mý'i. Clr&uernrn'U;e a av1 awjt a jitu sratxisfrds wwlrum SeitlMw rr . on.aien th to~s~m m The Apt it; ,1 At91't. 1'a.,1ur'4f g;. u~ 1'u3 the U tt," IPl-~o t~u o e: WI ýýiý=r l Mw o L..,ýiºh, Clawýu'.t,"lt ýt~ 1' .%w." ps;V.a.7gien a 1. *V4) siur r lLerM f.ethat , %V entao 'rt a 'iaurvil by the dzirkwi'wa of qtý " f tlt . twIynz'wum Ift ' prits ,m. a tti'la trioA *4) o a kwtt ri gisuixs of thu v~arth. Amongt L:virizewwl iM11iq1, ante iti anfl (.I atina, ,1.11(1 its vxitoeneis' wt rr.gaizedi. t* T t~U(* a, ~ - Ltd .ib~i meti4Of tbEtfla W 401r. WO arn itsa riv tet~d to tpee rushl, wiul its hry UL%~~ pWill the "*axel lI ttlat c to . .wyierL Nit Adew'lch t b tiud~irjwj6I alwii 1 ro ep jr he 'it isluilr mttsr buI aI *uud " WI *a1 4a ,la~t~~i i I. .:;.~hs --~.9 w"":3 `4o" Ch Cý 4ow-. a ~ a ,it is tn:.. fromui the. *~tr.Nruir.1zmr k. .4f ,iirut rothaer iiJki~. At it is not t , tluw. wti iit541tj p~: tAhiedYIfh Oft t,º ('Ihnrlena :atu. L'.'tihA ý,kui r.--.al "1 th 1º} A.r fi1)4 iia-Ttrw h--wart 1134i)1 tis rve -r~ ' '