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Iii Kiili j in l iianii. hm, me i tju;ur m PYlRAUUC CEMENT, ARCH MoiTIW. 11UTAIR VtNTILATOKSor ti t! i I ,'TV tl I rAUTtttitv ittair,rn m,.,,, I CALCINED PLAtiTaB &.c. j Iim ilaat 4mh North ( tt IS(-tUt , "si"". .. . WM.C. BOOKS. r-u--y P!nt, Jen 1. ts 5. 11 U C K M J T T I X S A- o I, o V E S. Manufactured and fold by F. IIOYT, Asi I!hI.viJo:t fti. J'fJ PLANTATION BITTERS, For t THE IiBf J f-T.iRK. "bacon , stTckneys7 COFFEE, SPICES, , lair rsJci, f r. Ttttsr, ImUN, it , fa. :; A t LEAN t 1 1 1 EXCil A w 1 1 1 5 ALBANY, N. V. i ocai ir; THE E.'-:EKT. TfM'H sit- rkif t,f h fli'i'.fj clat jii ' t! umi r cf 1 ''. t a:'I'I down li i t) fi.V of S ii.( !r-;u (i.c -nfl'di 1,1. ' () Srr NrVH'la m'j;it,!iri. ainj in ih iu dl of a !.! ! rv.! kik) ri..n '.i- s!i y, Al li!i!c i!ii- e Ciftt rr;il a m;ill jm j.'ituk :as.J.g t ii,lMv ui jui 'tlritUite luxuriniit In rVtajie tJial ' KUrrituutirJ u it h jm-l in li nut (ril m k alJ rvr lo kiii'ilf our ran fin. A till. r5li-v;.ip-l MiiUi.Bii o .! ill t ur riy rn e Hul iiKniil lowiitd i!, litit uMeii!y ( I, J aii-( d a in ii. iil, r-!iirnci!, sin), in ! (! lu obt.fj it!ofi, What it'U i,l mi I juni-i!- it wat a cli.Id's graf, wilii tin tal-'t'l, nuil H iiimti) lion 1H Cj -hl.il, ill tf.;i! d'SClt 0;i- V imjllCIiOO of irrii f : Tu i itr t,iily ( 'laid, LITTLE ANNI V., XQiU YOVU VKAIJS. A lrnvi.r.e line wa.' cul dfi ji ninlcr the vi oi .1 only," ji tl.owh lliu ': Mlit v.uu!d thin .'ii!iliit.-ie Ins gritrl. 'i i.ite i,i,'!!iii in, lie: ll.i- a!i we tiiiiid pii-an ot ' Liitle Am. It " r her t-elnngingt. it v.iU vert simple, but very tooehiiig. - j The miii ha l r.ol ytt Mink behind J ! toe fi.ot,tihui!$. Silently, and h i, bout J spoken concert, we fii uck our camp (and moved fuilher down the stream, j for il v.aholy gruut.d, A d had been j i inn eiaud by adulter' and by a ino thet' tears. Thai ni-hl we n!cil t wish the i-ky for rur oiinopy ; and in J the mo ai t;t!( d high, like ll mU er seal u am the elo-ii:'' dav, and the htiti lil.e jrweli stiewfd the boutidU-K ttighi-'M-a, we had i-ious of Little Am ie " deaj in the ih-M-rt. " Head in I he dest rl,'' fa d a grii I Woni father one rav tu us. I'ooll the j top i f a giauile hill within the Suite 1 id I aiil'oi nia, a lew hundred vards ; froiii the old i-migraiit Hack, far re : mm id from human habitation, we ! came to i "rave with li.is inscription .; uptiii Hit liiati lioai tl : .... I if if Iks the falteiitJ rniiiitnt i'f ii I I Juiliei 'h hi jn$. A HitAVK Lov A I.rntMi Son. '1 In ti follow s a Latin inscription to th is. pin port : finite ore n.j y:y after deutli. The occupant of this h ue r-epul-e vva- slaiighleretl by tho I dians ib- thh-iidlng a mother and sister :cli i wi ! in the alieii'e ot ihe ladier, wh i was a tiiiy's jourm y in adviince of ihi m. i The mother ami sister escaped. The lad whs hiihd within three d iy Irav !e of his th stinalioii, alt. r a weary Ijoun ty ol two ihoiisantl miles, j "Hind in the tii-strl," faid hiioi j pi ini hoy then in the cily of liroohlyn, w hrrr ask'-d ol hi-j lather and mother. (In the hanks of ihe Kio Colorado, near to the horde m ol the State of X'--brioku, in d in a "iiiect hm; from " the high raries " of Texas, through New Mexico to Salt Lake Cily, in Utah, is a sidilary grave. Jiy this giave has Icen erected a strong and substauiial hendiomd, over which ha been stretched ami securely nailed, while vet green, a bullalo hide, w ith the Ih-sh side utile! most, so ihnl in drying it has shaped itself to thw wnod. Upon the paichii eiit sui lio e, wiih a hot iron has !et n s.ii-gd ihe fiiliowing inscription : Hl'.NRY UDOLK tits iikhk. Dkd .Scptr. l l. 18o4. Pi hi fur hit tciJutt xtwl soiroirin; boy. .Thousands know of the existence ofl this grave who never have passed it j and why? More than six hundred miles to the northwest, and on ihe hanks of a crystal stream bearing an Indian riamo which signifies " Sweet watt r," is another grave, with a head hunt d of exactly similar coiifetiuction. On this head-board is inscribed : T11K WIDOW OF 1IKNUY UDOLF LILS HLRE. HIS CltAVK IS OX THE COI.0KADO. Tray.for his orphan boy. Jan. 1st, ltvio. Wilhin little more than three months of at:h other, the husband ami wife the father and mother lay tlt-eping in death, itli more loan six j hundred mile ot desert between them.) v hal then of the orphan boy ? " Mure of him aiu.n. "Dead in the desert," sniil an old j I1UUSOII ii . i .. Lay U tii tier one of 8 coin- toward ban lraitcisco. lite oIJ mouiilaincer ha 1 passed a l.fe of hard j l,ii and rilou adventure; he bore j it, i u-iirs til toiiriv jin Ioiliaii eoi.fliel ! ! Le could count In fights with the 1 . ' .""7 " V Yil 1 7 l. i V , .,- ' i 19 7 3 .t i -but 1 dared not ask any person to tiiightiii the month of Oelobi-r, lMiti, i Swede, on Ihe Liu I olonehi. ' 1 I e i Law ne des' rung the boy and taking , . - ., , ., ,, , . ,, , , . .. i 1 . .. , , i , "i-i i read it, fear. ug that it might thvulgi; i on boatti a river craft, were uroiming , same, replied mv coiniianioii u oi ; the l iooeitv. ' i io-ie is a m tier way , . i-(- " , ; ' IIO: I 1' 11 ,1,, rri-.',t ,.-Miil lit HIV hit ! it C.1,1 Oil ninv n I i n,,i.n i-i .1 n.kf ... 1 I I L una' Ito. ruli, llii.,- l .!,, I II... , I , I... ..).' ,t l,,Lt, l I ,r, ...I . r . ,lmn ll.A lr.utii l l .i. Si.. r-..i,...i,l,il l,u .nil I U'i I lp I Vi,u l! ,11, ti,-.l ' u t, i-.l I util. S,.r in ikf 1 IS J , J fierce griztty of the mouniains by j and thus he nai i ..ted it.' tarried it out:' ' i 'John Douglas : Should ll.i letter ! Kuir knew will ihe meaning j Tw day ago, 1 was nai.deringj 'Ut-der a pretence of a trip tluw n ; ever reach you, it may possibly re- liungtr and llnr-t had buried n.i y ! in ar eighttiii! along the oppos.le kink the S o rainento liver lo locate farm- lieve y our mind of a hi.avy burden. ' a couipanioii iii tin- lone wthieriies ; ; of the liver, when I a near the ing lands, we hired two row boa""i,ruii (' What is it'?' eagerly enquired Doug lateiu and rugged in bit. npp at ai.ee, ! shore of this island a man waist-deep taking with us a tent and somo pro- hi ) You mast know lh-n of a truth j witii a voi.-e bke the bw grewi of a in the water. With a pole he seemed I vission. we stmt'-d down the river.ithat Charley Ld dt f'lll I, vet. Iti i lion, tievrrtheh lacking nothing tf to be drugging the river's bed, and j aial lor ihe purpose I had in view. I place of the boy I substituted the ! trc l.ui4h y tt'.tlty. b, b. art U-at changing bis position from lime to procured ihe old anchor nuke and ; mastiff, having first drugged him, : with the teitit riiiss of a w man's, and tune he rot linm-d Ids Ll.ots until, in chain which you now nee on the spot bound ihe chain beavi'y rouml him, ' ihe lOi'gU suit-burnt bund wiped away the ilccteasii.g light, be was lost lo my , where I drrdgijig.' j placed hitn in the boat, and covered the ting leur, a. he lt..!4 u of b kw. I tle ughl Ja.le ot lje citcuiu-1 'On the second da out we were him with th. lad's blanket. Then !,. hob! nidi who mtt Iji'.j dead iu . tante unt.l on the bdlowing eeioiig I joined by two men, who kept company took the ttupeficii lualjr of the boy ihedi M-rt" cb.eivt d him iu lh- stsu.e place and wi;'iulor K-vvtal thtjs, camping w ith the treaMire, an 1 proceeded has- The ashe of toy i lut r M'tt." !d shnilailv occui ied. Mv curiosity -a ; with o at night. With these men ty to San Fran -ico, aii I in two day the ulJ utaii, he on she ihore of Clear Lkr, on the blue island of Altinjo. iiui iu iy trie ori.eij green lonage ol the MatKaQda, at ti c loot of the I. ',. I 1 t ... ctJ tnoutiiaiu Co-nrie-le, or High ; M.wj.iiiri, -lxt s:ttp t'Act Art cloth-' t, w ,1a il.f t li il.ik f k 1 1! e li. itj- !, I tin" n :il ,y U wa J(,k j ,y ti.i; In- tii.t uy Li r In wUiti J liri'Mtl.mgii. . xniai.Kiu ikitwiie, ittuiy to l.nsen to wl' !.; I -n'ii l.i-i iiiii.i- ni;.l , !! I.d in IkI a loiijj UatlfKk . Jf iill"l I niijiht iig-i l,.r di d l.i ti.ut.lv mi ri! ; i. l. that wlmdi l.ad tvidtt.iiV lixid Uj-un trnan- txin til liitU- C li:u Iry ; lull !m h ft dial;-u-!.,.. l.i gisiiff n-.'.lil l dt,ii-tuii'i-tj l.y the ' w.lj I en' id' I In ii.ui:M,i;i j, th.y hi-'; i d Die ra's a funrrul j ih-, ftid un -. tUo m-ike fif the b'.iiiiig ) te riiilcj 'end ti:-l iiM.-ur.d the tie-tii, a ' hKMiridul Kail. i.idWTi) l.y the who o( th' icnui-titin, ritio tru ii the ii-t-ciii- lid In.-liaii whi'e. to ii, ii, ( it in- , thi -y i-iiii ti d to ti.e wi-stcrn l.urizuii, ' wini h' r,' ran! the. h iipiril i ihg t its t'.u -i !l' In me, li,r he was ! gogtl. an 1 bi,,. j ii it ha trw--!-! to ' waid t iti-ih n, wheie- t!:e earth ui.d kv meet, wn J he hni. bn a a -iar.' " ; " Ainj tf Ui;;i yiutig'-r . n 't : w e ii.tjuin ii. hi -! ioit! j I iii- did m:t'i. i-)t-s 1 1. II. hi- ii caiim iiiii'i ii -M il. hi-, hutiihii j and ii'i'u-k, m d the ioli nl ht;i ot j ! hin ci,et iiuii, aled the lei' agony of! his soul ; til li-ngih, in the d, cj est ac-J ; ci-nli i f hin ii h hasd voice, l.i; replied j ! "ll'! rb-cps till the banUri of t!it-, i nnei t-w:.t'JiV j Then, li-i-li!y-!eaviiig us, he paced bitn, and us Jo- relumed to diore nut j in iin.oi'v iih-iiaei! ,n up and th n the j tt-ringly exelaimed, '-Nov, with head i lie k. The) e was a M-rrow tu eon- and body far aput, ta'k U me farther , ne. lion wita the uoaiiiot ins ion too ! deep tor iinpiiiiive em ioilv to na - d - die, with, and we made iiofiuther i-f-J lort to rt new n.e sutji-ct. Two hciif.-i i r more had elapsed, and our csst 1 was Hearing a lit;!; wooded i-hi'id iihout a tho hindiii:-!ili miie bt-iow what is now to the village of Uio '1(1, 1 he old trapper was i .-eiinmj: upon the deck, wiajped in sullen miis - nigs Hie b.lv er ray ot Hie inooii bringing out iti line relief The care uorn, rnegi'd features of this grand old man of the mmiataius. Seating iny-elf by his side, I said : ' You meuiioiied a stream call d the Sweet-water : have on ever n en up. on ilii hanks ihe grave of a widow named l.'dolf by lit t Ii a Swede?' 'Seen it?' said the old man 'aye, otleu; and full Well 1 know, too. II. c grave of her husband, on the Colo rado.' And then, beckoning me lo follow ! I im Io the. forecastle, he n anted out t..e th caving tnn.k ol a sycamore let: h ing near ihewaler's edge, hanging ironi which by an iron el. am, was tin: rusty lhikt; of an old am hor ; and a sdioit "'islam e In, ther on, hut iilmoni ii ii bit- it by the th-iise nntlei vvootl, he pn: linti-.l i,ui ilor tuina ul Vvooiten shailiy root cru-iicti in t'V a latieii svi more, und I he. vv lmh: set lie look ing w h i d and desolate. ' iSvv,' said my companion, ' sit down h) me; and when 1 have lit my pipe, I will Udl you sotin thing ol I he 01 phaii hoy of Henry Utlolf, the Swede 'tor a strange story lumps to that old anchor (hike.' ' It l!i nearly' ttveivc months ngo,' said he,' that, that 'lovvjirds Ihe close of a sultry day, 1 was seeking near this spot an ni.choingi' iui' the night, bor seveial days I bad been siiccesftil in liappimx heaver, ami sought a suita ble place for picpiiring my skins. As I iieared the island oil' which we are now saiiyig, I observed a man i ilea! ly watching me ironi the shore, and he was evidently seeking lo attract my alle injtin so, just feeling that tny .x- - siiooter was in reinliiiess, i puiieu narti into shore and landed. The stranger advanced to 111. -el mc, and colilideiice was soon established bet ween us. lie proved to be a citizen of Sail Fian-i-L-ctl, who lut l-heen spending some days in this solitary .shmd, lo sport among ihe abundant watei-lovvl. You seek a eamping-plaee for the night ? ' s:aid be. ' If you will join me, we can occupy a ruined shanty clo'e by; but tiist we must bury the bttly of its late occupant, for he lies there cold and lifeless.' Deatl in the desert ! ' I found my ell iuvuluut trily grasping my revolv er. Could my companion be a mur derer? Lut in v neives were too in- i. i- i nit. i ureir to uanger io leer lear, ami so i i ra n mysen at me expense oi uie uoy, , t)lwe.i t,,,, murh for his shattei i-n ,-ys-hillovved on. We filtered the dreary j but I had no thought of de-lroj ing u,,iU .!(j p,,,, (;,r u ,;. j I'esolato cabin, ant! there, upon it heap ) him, for little Cltarh-y grew every day j ,,.H-',ik(. torpor ; reviving again, of withered tide-rushes, lay stietched I in our aff cti(ni..' . ! however, he pointed to yoiuh r wail, the body of a man in all ihu stpialid ) We f..ui..l i.eafiy $-.lt in Udolf.; anj j hr nCeents and laboring j wrtlclodi.es of poverty. a shot t "Now, said me stranger, distance away is a prospecting ut.e. We wdl place the hotly there andcuv- er It III, ami then lwill tell votiai htiange adyi-niuie that runccm Inat hoy, the son ol one Hem v. I'o'oif.' ' Henry n e f,atein-a in lairr ti.o b:niy, we buriit d the tub -bedd.i g within ihe cabin, that we might purify it with ihe h e. anil ihi n h 'I. tin" our taiii s. I ailed i agt ily lor this stiange storv : now ix.iied, and, foit-idii.g to the tot wh;t- n.v vkiH r,a moored, 1 ; .!. . 1 ...' i.ate::-ea iu u.c lower ci.a ol tt.o is- hu d. Ibvirg olten hunted lu re I Int-w of a p.'ih t trough the tangled sJtr;To:li tlt o-! .i j-ii-Aly lal 1 i-.o.t , . -.i. l ..i i ..i i i.uoii iii .-seoe; saw i : anoui inrt-e wcckn neivoue nay, n: t n I r I le Lr'w.4 1 n:i rnin d a Hi'i-'H l r.C t'uil I Could iha- ; ilih-.r, w'uhIi dr,v;i;d hf.ivi.'y, h" at ; all tin- i?:itiiiin tu me. tww fur ; 1-i gih l-ro;,lit !dil.5 V.uitr' tdf.' ! the jmrt of UlT Ktorj that 1 would tu ' At tl.i inoii.tsit lie ud.!e-!i!y drn- j (."! weie bluitrd Iii tn my im iiimy. ; n d hi buolhmA, Mini lining rouiid.I jmi M'd to Iwnwtie that towaidr, ; ttjw su d th: there exi !aiuiid in a voice i niliiull he hoiild dr tij the ! y tu ' full of lrror ami Ik-limxe, ' VIiatj etujicliictioH, mi4 thi'ii wlifn nil i.-c 1 thut you y ltut 1 had fai-J I oth j arratigil, I wotild J.i the nM. ing, ami nM' the umi.d of hin ou j Vt'e thvu till jait tiar in-t a!u.ide : wii: aid uxtftnKiit, every thing ; lects into one b-at with the ir.o.'ify.ali ; atoiiiid u t, l death. Again i but ab.nt 500 f wliu li I had in my ! he Moufwil. ni ii-iitt-Z uj Sowtly.K. juii-ket. j h tiki d at it for u i,.o!in-nt tu the tmian- j 'It was agreed tint w lift, tiighl came lilit, tiud tht-ii I. mi' d it into the thick- I idumld It-ave the eamp, taking the ! i i. I' U !l a!ni.;l elo-e to 1ne. un I I i itiV..di!j.tar.lv ekcLtiiik:d aLud, A hu - ii.un f-kii!i ! Then ata,ii hi hollow,! ii m 4,1 tidy v oice rang out in the foli-j imle, What's that ot fay?' and then likening tur a in tun lit. he added. ' The hoy t-eiins taikaive to-night.' j From that inonionl I lJieveJ him to he a muidi rer. lie lj(.n gatht-n d J MiiiH.ihing up fri.ui the liver, aad; w uiini'' out iii iii en waier tuiiz ll li urn ; it ) o.; can. 1 'The hot hloid V:-,s ii- tl nulling ihruiigh my veins, 1 eon d endure it no lunger, o t-.unng.ng nw r i.,e inter- j veiling brush wood, in a m iiiem I was ' at hit) nde. Hu gl.-izei i ,e- shone t by the bright nioonhght ;u,,.l glared on J nut it: mortal (error j while il;.- lll.lt of a ilootied vwtli a man he int i cy v nice ' cried, '.Mali or demon l..v upon me l' Instead of being s.",. Iwart and strong, 1 found him a bran-broken, conscience stricken, how en iIo .mi man. I assured him I would sho.v mercy, but insisted that ho should at once clear up the iityslery of his inov i incuts.' With weak and tottet ii-g steps, thai gave too cet lain evidence that his day were nearly numbered, he guided no lo his cabin, ami throw ing himself up on his tule-pnllet. and pointing me io ihe si at beside him, he gav e me the following narrative : 'My rial name is Douglas : 1 am Lnglish by birth, ami fiom my earlo-.-t recollection 1 labored wiih my falln r in tho Northern collieis. in 1 b " I sailed lor A merica, but in thespiing of 18.) I Mettled in 'lexav; ihe;. J lived for four years, h it at length dt teimined to strikii.ove.b'isd to C'-h';"-nia.' ' In company with a Swede named llawnt: I traveled across the high praii ii s of Texas into New Mexico, a tarns Santa I'e on the llio liianth-.' ' Here we ma le the acipniintance ol one Harry I'd, ill', a Swede, who wiih his wile ami chi'd a little hoy of six years of agt '.vert; prepaiing to st..rl lor California. Utloif had tnoiiey, and in addition to his teams and rolling stock, some filty head of cattle.' I; was Soon iintingcd that we should join them, and we engaged ourselves lor six months.' ' Crossing the New Mexico Cordil leras we reached the hanks of the Kio Colorado in the territory of Utah. Here Udolf was taken ill and in Uo day s died. We buried him and raised a head-board by I, is grave on wha-h we inscribed his name. We eniiiiu- Uet! our jotiriif.y with the heart-broken willow and her f, came the darling it he i less b iV, who l;e ;ind pet ol my.-t.il and my'eoiiipanions. We reached at length the grassy meadows of ihe CWoit, and here Mrs. Udolf was seized with cholera. In a few hours she Whs deed, and we left her body in a deep grave upon Ihe banks of the Sweei-water. llavvne and I took the control oil the party, ami ui-nnssing men w ho had accimitifinied the other the Ii nin, with ihe tirpl.au hoy and the properly we coini iuetl our i units lo California.' And now for the ir-t time came over me ihn I bought that I might cu wag ,n ; and upon reacumg Sacra- ' tut i to we sold lh wagons, leant and icabte tor K.iMtwt mtire allot ciiir-e j the pioperty ot the oiphati imy . ' I he desire to possess tins iilt-HAy j ; in.vi hauiilt d me day and night, j had I ecu tending at Sacramento W't ciiy r - cae tl.e hoy ; ing that I had yi my companion a j ready accomplice, I at once divulged in loin t. .is I lint! iornwil for rnnr- i tb ring tht; boy. and it was thus was a huge Kngli-h mat iff, to which our little l-'dulf Watne e really attach-. i-d, w the d il the ;!eelioti manih-jlel by tr th-; th;; i wa truly re- tuarkabie. At the s ineM etdreidy of th toy wc j u. vLa-t'i the dug, and me'lit leil ol us. 1 Iniik-1 . . ... - i laie u n r. We hm! now ri'arh-! ; f & tlii liulf Muitil, anil I fi.-l.nl tr y . UtafililF with rne ; th;.t the nioon'ti ' ng nhoultl be the -signal for my re- turn, and for U-t tie's d, pariurs with the trea-ui e huat to the louver part ot i-iand. where he w as io await my arrival, hut ing l.ict'd the heljdi hut not liteta body of the boy eiieircled by the chain, and allacln-d to the o'd am hor Hoke in the bottom of the oth- cr b.-at. I wan not to see l.im place I ii '-i "I iiii-ri' : lie wan not to m-c w draw the plugs from the boat an 1 cut it adrdt. 'Tw .tight came. I ro c to tb-part, and, though a murderer at heart. 1 ft II a li nking sensation in my throat, ami the gre.it hot tears chast;d down, my cheeks as I g tzt-d upon ti e titter 1 1 -1 j -less' ,c.-s oi my victim. Si on alter tny departure 1 missed tho dug ; he had probably returned lo the camping ground. At length tin moon rose; and stealing my heart against every geneious impulse and every toinh of pity. 1 hastened hack, llavvne had departed, h aving everything n a iy. I approached the water' edge, hud my hand upuu the boat, and could distinctly hear the half suppressed bi t a : hinge of the child as he lay wrap ped in blankets. I waded as lar us 1 could towards the deep watel, drew the plugs, hehl lo the boat by a short line, heard a low gurgling groan,' and the waters closed over it. Mb turning to the shore, I hastened lo the appointed place of uieelin, when judge of tuy rage and disap pointment, 1 found lfSvvim was not Un re he had gone, taking boat, money, valuables, and dog, all with him all snatched from me s hen al most in my grasp bit me without t!i'- un tins i f escape from this fearful place ; but what u.- was i.,iv,' with no covering but the ai.gry sky, A .murderer' iilonat .' with no sei ecu from the flashing eye of Cod. Atuiie! all alone in awful dleneo, where every sigh of the night vv nul Si enied speeding up toward Hea ven, la ten with the cry of blood. From lint hour I have bet n tuorii a d -Mi n than a inaii. At the end of t,o days I was obliged to drag up the sunken boat as my only nie.i ,s of es caj'e, and now again my heart sank union me. I h it a cold terror at th i thought of gazing again upon' the accusing corpse, of my victim, but overturning the bout before it reached the shore, 1 saw nothing of the burden il hud borne. For three long and weary years I have wandered over every part ol' I lie Slate, from town to cily, from camp lo camp, set king the hated object of my rev enge, but all in vain ; and now, wall the terrors of d--ath upon mo, wiih rt-mor.-e eating out my soul oh ! that I might sink into foigt tlullness and the grave ! 'Stranger,' continued he, 'that is the dark mystery of in life, the si al of blood is on my forehead, the cry of blood ever rings in my ear. And vet. ofimes in mv dreams, while slot ping here, close to the moulder- ing bom s of my victim, with fiends and demons shrieking ami ti-mcing aound my bed. I see the radb nt face of that 'till, it term io beam wiih pity ami f ngiv eness. Ti e recital of this f'eai lul tragedy I,,,.,,!),, a,ked me to hand bun u old 1 ,i..., I. ,,,-, tbore 'He tore apart a portion of the lin ing, and produced a f:tter with the seal unbroken, fur he could not n-ad. It vva-i addressed 'John Douglas, San Francisco.' 'I have had that let ter or me lor three wars, sun ne, m ins teaeli P.-ita please.' 'I brok - the seal, and read as lo-is: fob we were on the ocean, homeward bound. if ie la is now with hi father's relative in liiookSyn. Fro in the hr! I m er ii.tt-udrJ yov should destroy hitn, aad I J'ray God that crejon die 11 IO Hie, von t i jou n.ay h-ai n thai ja v. i re imt hs.i inur.ii n r. Vo'ir, t: aii . 1 IK5,!U IE. 'I ra'.M-d toy c,' said ti.e i.arra tor, tew. ard. HmigU; hi Ion ! iiy hand were cl.i -pe 1 j.ii t!n i, a cai;i .Mi iiud urogghtig to p!;iy over the pallor of Je.itl, ilio eu wrre fixed w ilh a gla-sy t-tare, :i: d with the deaih rattle in hi ihtu.it he exchiiinrd.'dod have tneicy upon inc (Ha ml have merry upon me,' and he fell hack '!), ad in the 1 Mil." Diatji or Owi;n Ltivi.ior, Hon. Owen Lovtjuy, M. C. fur the Oth tiistiii t ol Illinois, th il at 1 irook Ivu, N. Y., on li e .i;h iat. lie was bom in Abion, Me., .Ian. , LSI 1, and was tht rt !oi e in his lifiy -fourth jear. The sun of a ilergy man, w lev tillid a tin in to mid eiioogh to his ta'ury t?r the Mippoi t of a large hllllily. OiVell l.ovejoy had ihe Very b'-t sort of Nt w Lngland education, resulting in a stal wart hotly, a t l itr heat!, at tl a gener ous heart. He labored on the farm until he was eighteen, vvoike l his way through llowdoin College by teaching, and in LS.bi migrated to Xlton, I II nois," where he studied theology, unibr the care of hl-t ehl T brother, I'.ev. Llijah V. Lovt joy. In lS.'iS was set tled i pastor of the Congrtgatioii.il chiTch of I'ririciton, llliiiois, which position he ie 1 1 until lSo 1, w In n he w a e!et t. tl to li e legisla'ni e ol Ilh i oi'. In Ifi'iii he was elected to, the ihilli C' ngie.-s, and he was serving his b.ui'tli term in Congress at the time ot his tic, till. We have said that ho had a gener ous heart. He was a genial man a man of warm sympathies; but he was n man of very deep feeling we may say of strong passions ; Mid this was best i.lustrati-d "indiis iu'eiise hatred of slavery. Must ihoiotighly did he hate it. lie had seen the minioi.s ol slavery murder his brother for shive ry 's sake. That martyrdom wn never forgotten ; lit ver did shivery iro-g his path without getting a blow that would have bei u mortal if mortal blow a man could give. And slavery imper sonated, in masters who cracked their 1 ish on the floor of Congress, roused in him deadly ire, ;ind it was ever bravely shown. The New York er- nAwell says that moon" the many liery oral or ui that liery leiiott pro ceeding tho withtlrawal of the South ,,,. ,r......i.-. fiom Congress, Owen Lovejoy was periiaps one of ihe must t initU'lit." Nur v ;.im t-no'.v'Ul an abolitionist only. The Jleruld adds that he was "a man of extraordinary tdnpieiiee, iin l had a reputation for indiistry and bravery." This is all true. He was more than eloipient a man of sterling sense, of l it h humor, ot sharp wit, and we have heard it said that he was the mo-t effective spi iHit r of the great West on the lump. YVe run easily bcliive it. Hut his lepulation will sttintl chitdly as the orator i f Frceiloin, and lint hud r of o'tptessiun, ami ihe deliveierof the oppressed. Weil do we re member the vain attempt of a gang of slavocral to' intimidate and silence him on the floor of the house. In vio lation of all rules of decorum, they ad vanced upon hint in n body, with threats of-word and gesture as if ihey would murder him on (he instant. Standing firmly iu the spot he hud lakeii, in the area in front of the Speaker's chair, he stood iihmt! with clenched fists and angry gesture and fierce denunciation, defying all their malice. They were cowards, led by tho cowardly I'ryor, or his defiance would have stung them to the ex tremest outrage. We should not have beer, surprised hail he been murdered on ihe spot. Dut the Speaker inter fered to enforce the rules, not upon bis cowardly assnihtn.s, but upon Love joy. By ihe rub-8 hi; had 11 right to address the Ilotie either from bis seat or fioin the Clerk's de-k, hut not from the place where hi; stood. In-tninly submitting to the rule, he took hi stand in ihe desk's desk, ami directly fronting his a"sail:itit and the south ern side of the house, he poured upon them such torn nts of indignant elo- rpicnco ti never hefoie had tingled their tars, untl tn-ver will again. We felt that ii was at the hazard of hi hi life; and had not every assassin known that in a contest wiih him it wtiuid he life for l.fe, we believe he would have been murder -d. The hero, the gnat orator, the good mail bus gone. We do lit expect lo see his like again ; we tin not mean lo forget him. In a lecent viit to Wash ington, one of th pleiisaiitest anticipa tion Wa to renew our aeipntiiituuce with Owen Lovejoy, We did visit hi in iu hi sick ihamb'-r j but we did not think it whs for the hist time. Now we know that the journey was not in vain.- Wultoiit Jourmi. The Washington e o n ej ,inb rd of the St. L-ittB i'lt 'im givia the fol lowing offset t- the story about ihe in tervioiv bi.twi.in (it:, Lee and Mc Civilian : Il has been a-eertalin d b' re that (ji-n.M'Cleil.trt,Jif":cr he wa supersedi d by I irris'tde, went down lo lliehmond in a balloon and bud a long ituerview wiih Jeff' Di4vi; that the' r-uil of this eotileri: i ,ce was that McClc'dan, io d go:'; a the rebel Cotil manurr, ft, ight and rep fc'..-id Lurm-ide al Fied rakbmg and Hooker at t-hanw-I-lorvillc Hoi at-; Gi-e!ey was pre t i t tin 1 knowing lo till the li.t ti. L-.t Orceh-j't. j..aii;.i!;t for Mct.ltl hin a it-doted LiJ4 to bo i!en i.il CO." (il N t. It A I. l'AI VI K AND TUK 1101. Two ymr ago our officer wera very strict in respect to foraging upon the individual book, t hicken and pig wcru kej t sacred, because ll it a sin To sti-al a pin, Ac. Hut a year or o of tamest war ban taught the nation a lesson, and thi stiicttitsi ha been greatly rein ltd. Now, it i practically root, hog, or die,' with our cold let when in the en emy' country. Larly one morning in 1802, while at Faniiington, near Corinth, Missis sippi, ai liiigadicr (now Major) (Jen. I'ulmer wn riding alortg l.i liuts, to inspect soiiirt brrmtworki that had been thiowti updjiiug ihu prrviou nighi, he cauitt suddenly upon nuiie of the hoys of coin) anV 1, '.'? ih lllinuit Volunteers, who bail just hot a two hundred pound hog, an, I were engaged in the interesting process of skinning it. The aoldicit i'i started; their chief looked astonished and sorrow fill. Ah, a body- a corpse. Soum poor fellow gone' In bis last home. Well, he must be buried w ith military hon or. Sergeant, call the officer of the (.nurd.' The officer was speedily at hand, and received onlers to have a grave dog and the body buried forthwith. The grave was soon prepared, ami then the company was mustered, lhjl bearci placid the hotly of the dead upon a n'.rctc.hcr. The order was given lo march, anil with reversed arms and funeral head, (ho solemn procesmion of sixty men followed Ihe body to the grave. Not a word pass ed nor a muscle ot the face stirred while the last rite of sepulchre wtro-, being pel f'oi met!. The ceremony over, the (lent ml and his staff waved thuir (k7-!?, and were soon lost in the di (ante. Tho philosophy of tho sold'cr i umally equal to the emergency. He has rend ami pontb red. He now painfully realizes that flesh is as grass, and that life i but a shadow, lbu he think of Ihu rcsurruflion, ami hi gloom passe away. So with the phi losophic boy of company I, f7th I'lli noia.' Fro llio General whs fairly s- tiled at his own breakfast table, there was a raising of the dead, and sayory pork steaks were frying in many enmp-pan. " The doctrine of Bishop Hopkins - .imply nf.,y,. Hann a the i v w.t-. . , fl.1.11 9J n UI;i..tM. u. the church, there i none other lo lit the case, in fact the writer's position only deepens the infamy of the policy he advocates. When I lie exculpation of slavery is. left to a I'ryor, a Yancey or a Del'ow, the Democratic Dill'u sionists, or to ihe Daily AV-, it it hard to find term sufficiently strong to express ih honor ihnl should bo felt for it, but when a IbVliop seek apotheosis iu their shatneh ss company, it i time for language lo lake an es pecial point ami directness. " It is indeed slrunge that this doc trine should have proclamation now, in the midst of this nineteenth centu ry, when all the world is ablaze with pi ogic and freedom. In one nation and aiiolhei! Ihu letter fall from the blave. The emperor of Itusiia de tect liberty to his serfs. The poor black, so long enslaved, finds the re cognition of his commonest right from those who make no boast of any spe cial spiiitual Irctnh'iu. Ly ihe dread arbitration of war, 1'iovidenee leads bis people to the comprehension of tho truth that slavery i dead, and knock ing away the corner-stone of the slave empire erected upon the negation of all right, and the repudiation of I ho det Juration of the Fathers, as earnest as that of Jiishop Hopkins, make the wrath of man to praise linn and turns tho cruel purpose of the South to their own discomfiture. It i just hero that there is et up a theory based up on the inesl fearful contempt of the di vine leaching, ai d which in its arrant blasphemy overtops the infidelity which the liishop ns-ails, and which so ni .vi - hit lighteous indignation. If Fmerson and I'aiker are indeed infi dels,' as this mil red upologbt would have ihem lo be, it was in revolt front a labe and pervert'-d theology, which asciibe to the God of Justice the au thorship and continuing sanction of a system so intiimou that it doc vio lence d) ad the instinct of humanity and the truths of revelation. This slave system has been well called 'the sum of all viliaiiie.' The power of kin over the human soul has a most fearful exhibition when such a system make a convert of a Christian pre late, and extorts a benediction from the very altar iin-lf.' Ssomebru fless barrister wholu been V udii g Lord Weslbury's deeukm in the 'Ls-ays and I'eview' case, ha circulated ihe following epitaph in the I tins of court : 'Lit hard jitiroii Wel bury, Lou! H'gU CbniKi lhvr of Lug land. He was an mini id Christian, an trietgef'u: as d suceclu! stntannan, and a still more euiinrni and success fol judge. During Id (line year tenure of offo-i; b' abolished the time honored iusliiutioit of the Insolvent Court, the fiiiM-iil mode of f e nvey ing land, and the Kterntty of I'uoish io. i.t. Toward the. !o: of hi earth ly career, in the Judicial Committee of the Jhiry Coiiicil, be dirtnift.d ILH with rosis, ami took awsy fitm orthodox ineithttr tf the ihurch tf Lngland th'.ir Usl Lopu of vei lifting diuariati'iil.