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1- LlVf! MANHIKSTKIJ. YT., Tl'KSDAY MOliNING. APiilL 1ST YOI.UMK IX. o. it" ii 1 I I II ll 9 V --a' '1 .'aJ.e f " ... (IM.VN ( fljf 3e.in.fll. I .Ufl;.' Mll K bi'1 '!.Si., i t c. a i!H.' i: A CO. Mil t MlM Ml all I;, T. Tra U-V) I. As- e - . ' i ; e M -.' - . . a. . ' w ... . , .... I fc 1 I !' . ' IV. si .! . I l.ik. ',f ii.,pr. viMc Wi.ti.s.- .A J; if 1 !f u in L. favor, sud til p.,:.y ha J Kluri .! !r fc.m a shsro 1, !.'ioe J.Kt t. for l,r testimony f.-,l '. U -t cU n 1 l.ke chaff. itU's rb.id, f'-r i,im Mother had ( i btrei.gtb to ) giTn fair ! ; ! k tli tn.tli i it ws Llm; it i.-.-ti..! g 1 i ,.r for 11! i r . c -okt-i : I. I . ' - t t t ' - ... . A f rm,', r.;.1 t: i J" t ! & .. i I . ) r I ,i !,, li ti 1 .': I i!fVii'r i.f lunture 1 lit r mother h l USXNIS DIRECTORY. , ft T. If Iff i 1 . V I uc, .ill' f r til.' t it lit: j .(j-J f"i' wan -irn l" r, miA tb n!- fur t hi an I I wal iiy I iiii.a nij.l turiUH' aioiiu'itv (rrttif. how h lik it Tlii i li 'liitou, tn the i!!fjii;r anit h; u'- i a hliaip xamj-lc t t -h a wan, inv jr.uN---itU Ln'h kh iinikf, wa hU j fncu.1. Hut don't he i. lie, utrUkt I a ktm'u in (n.m himi If. i Kne moifl of th fuml l-irncltttmn. 1 i .... I t . A' . I uD.rM to hfi shiiauu"! u oner vdu hucu bail i-r 1 I t!ii h'lW t I uilr ratiiiff hiianit l a vn r, 0U!!'lilr, litiil l!lt 1 !M h',!!l, ijot l r.-v.ii-a 1 ri -tcl hioj, not riiu.-p I wiirU.l t fimv f.ivor with hi rvittjtvs. Y 1 1 i't. " Th.v Lata fni-J him '." f-ai-l th liup. AUa, !'.r lauItttT. llnwu 'rr, lit Hi cheer up; lot t.K he roni. nt lint I will l tuv O'k fur hit'akhi-t -an I 1 llk( it. r .4 M..iri' in ar . i fino darct cluth, ntJ cooUnrf n!a ln !v tht wcon worth ... . . . - I t W 1 I . t K . of a.- i I lt I' 1 .V- 1 t ? ' it i. ' Ai. t I t t.fll.. A I:-' A-.-i i- k f ; -1 t- Si 1. t .-JJ.V N I H 1 tsi t I A N i Hi Ar:.i !.,!, Vl. . 1.. 1 til. IIJ' It-Ml I I, At.-., ?! hi MViAK PIIIHUHS A S l .. at M'. ;.Mu, 1 , i. a C i. L u S f , . i I I, H. I'. it HH.i !V a, p.. t h ( r. o v r.s. sf y..a U- t i.nt i.f t -l I. U.,S !.. . Iu I '. t j Am! Uhci f ' i.. a , i A-.-I I k,; 4 1 I ill' ft ; .'. ri-; if ! ' ;i ifi l!-,f l is- . ..1 Cit lull '., i - s ; l i.v.viaii i sir.dW Uitiiiiutit wnv ' a tlthb. lnt votl hee bow I am aituatei!. f:He OUht to hiivn l'B Imkftl this Ut-llow oiibt. We aUiivs Ae nut Ttis. j Frriichman we ui'or think of fry ins ; him. 5at I wnU you ba I kuowu thia Now, u u-gai-Ja tlew ! (olluwao kiu.l. mt L'fuUo, w loving, conttUHMl the kiu, r-1 an,j TOU (,,1 Toursclf bow leiuh r his ta. liut thnt Wiihaina Imsineisii I winb you would etrai'titoa that up for tne wla-ii vou u.o Imt'k to America. If rottr pfujilrt could ouly kuow tho facts iu tbt i'n-. tin y wouU not blttuic tne. It is a On the amt'.h hrtwciit ;Uih :i m l'.':b avrniti's, j oUn.ls a row of n.t4iit onuelty neb, 1 o I ... .... . 1 . I., ...,". IlifT). Ail inn ;jwmi',i, , i I'.l a hit-. . ' 1. t ! i'k''V tn; ik". f'-w: b f iutirt thi world I'm: rtu a v, miO; a rad wnsron, ,vn Tl. following lit ut iiiforiiifttion will but tutu i!v huiit il t i n k. Tb tx- in thra at-'fu-a hif;''. 'hi to!H, with a Jhiti-i-loti,; ti Wi.'.iitm M. iiui n fc.MO to a iir.i- !h rt.vciy, fcorahibin hia bead with the f. : k n int h 1 hai i n t !itf bilu, RiiJ which ho had a!rady ltarufd to tti !L-ood (ha1, thuuv'h Uut alwa iu ai a regards thohj .Mi-.toijiit u a, I w ill say that their j ijttlo bard, alter I have spent all tlicno I . i I.. I li ( " A M I I'M X8l N , t'ff.r I Jwi jt Mu.n Hail. Ma. tietur. rit.ER li its wu.t, . a. Mi.1.. hrml't, t. IIUTK'JN IMITKK'HS AM nt'i.oKUN. ! ! i.tri. Vm "'I" I, HIV U !. f- . ( y, bAf'Kl', Mii'i.'n"' wf Hfc I.IFl.:Ut:' Jlil.-U -0111.11 itw liil.il .r. tr..t! sr.J M-.mftn-t. w", "s'. r h 1 1 i i t 'T Ai'uiif '"I, Vt , 1'IITWd-tAM AM M-UOK.01, aail :.t..u. ,.or A. J. rUmiufa fclora V. A. " III V A t O H AL0T.K' r'Wl.R J'flt ! tlTH rTlt E, 1 lkui K..utli rni.it H -u-, Maivkti'tfr, S.nt A., I'r K r-i ::i. i A'n i-no . Ilil jl I B'i 1 Ml!. I !. l (.i.t ' iij. .t' ii'i-s; Ali i i-nr a!n' ln tli iftoul n "I nli . i mitt i.v r. Ih.hI.Ii' l tto was unexpwtril, tnu i hunli'i.) d to me thrill eery prutrc- t nut. At. 1 1 fcao thnn full privilr'e i tod a: li. Tliey were tli ft rat whiten . 1'unt KotiKj 'if tu I'copk' hud seen, and :i''ii,ie thewj fc.iupitt liiitivoi hit I a ; niil'iiiil curionity to r.xpc riiiicnt 11,1011 ' th'tu ? I could not reiiHi'itabiy deny thciu tilth httht (,')i!iti"u!iun, though I Coiium Id 1 t!. in to pntetica r.a tittle ! i i ii. :'y tip iii uut atran-ra im wan roui i t ut. l ie w iiu a fun denii e fur iufoi lim it ma and the neccHHity of wholesoinp aiiiUhtmci.t. They removed Johnson's ears, and that wsh a thing which 1 re- n .tti.il shioumIv. until it whh cxtilniu Tin- following heuutiful illimt ration j (o mv ,)llt ureat chief 'a little sick of the simplicity and power of ti nth ti j 1 oj ,(Hjmi them to iiliiy with and . 1 ... 1 . it. nit 'in 1 . ui i.ii.k ..i lj.e Kcone in' a. s ri.:M.v. M. i., . IHIIMXt KLtlOKuS FilH INVAl ll'K l'i.n., ik1 t'r.'!'; A .j tf ant f r iff tt ttit It imj. ii'ii"iftii. luijr.nn'l TruM, ru!nc nf lir. io. t- , nnrr r.iitil, t. l tl. liUAVtrt, tJi8KI AVCTlOXfcKlt, Lt Ar'utifil.iii. Vt. ittlX II. L. llol.ii'N A CO.. UltUSrf.H ANP lUtl'SH M A K II It M M'irlir1r Vl. 1. It , a, it. Riurr, HAM 7A(Tt liKH 1st FINE FlflllNO Kill, 1 Ii,.t r.t feint II aic, SUnrtiMtor, Vt. niitir.t 11. II. WliEEI.i;.t, AMI ( lt N-K.i.l,i'U AT LAW, JH.li. Vl. liftS MHTf.SH AM) Cil-OVEf. M . i r.ci v d u mi ft W. Hmr Mui linur, Vt. H."la7loWtfl, ATfOltSIIY AT 1 AW, I'F.1SU AM' HOI Ml Anl, r.t ni l.ifa Iiarnt Af lit, aiiJ Cunimiwi.ni r li N. V .ik. n. eo Mam H(nt, Mtrrhttr, Vt. "" liftlHiS HI NStA, ATfltnXrtH AXli Cut N EI.leiHS AT LAW ( iu l fiU't flar. Mmititiur. ). K. l!Al iitl.l'I H, ATTORIEY AM r(H'Sr.Ll"il Af LAW Aiiilaion Vs. VANfjt.lll.lt'S H"l H.. UtarliMitr, - M. Vuwi.im.iii, rriritwr. MThta lung )l.lil'.l II.JI conliiiUf.cij fur il iTourtuUiioii er tli trv,in,f pai.ui Fui'ilf iioimn in In t"i ton fn.r ilin.l .l.ii'.'. ir II. uiitif iie-nlh, 'I li put. tie do:ii,' toiiiit. iitrf(;ij Hff.'4 n r. faiT .i.i.t " rOR SALE. (In tt.il l'! . I'lUnli l'!.')it, ftti intv trr . 1 , i" . 1" I In p f 't 1 ...i, or trhaad f I'.i.l'il'.n- Hi 111. JUt I A U. UUll 1.. Ma.-i.il.r, i. la, t.i one of our coin t,-. : A httid fcjitl, n.no j fat of a'O, wan tiRV-rtd tn n v.itiH.1 tij'uiijst a piinoiier who assoti trial t-r feiony committed 111 her father's i.OUHO, Now, I'.nnly," hiiid thft couiikiI for the pi i-ont 1, npoti Ler bung ol'i'eied ui. winn-Hi, " I ili'Mte to know If Toll utuh'istuiid the lii.turu of 1111 ohUi." I don't ktiinv v. but ou mt uu," wf.s iho simple answer. " lneto. your honor, fcuiil tlio coiin- !, a nil rising me eosn i, "in niiyiiiii! fillthcr liecchiu v to deinoUKliulo the Tihditv of mv obj'-ctmii ? 'J'hiH witness should hfi 11 'y c'eil. Mie docs iiot win- prehrnd the uattire of au oath. ' " Let tinaec, sa.'il liiuJU'igo, come ere, tuy diuiyhtef." Akcilied by the kind ton and man- nrr ot the Judy-.;, t no fluid bteppml towiuil liim, ami looked confidently tip in bia fco, with a cu!in, clear eve, and iu a mmitiir m arliet-a and flunk, that it went Ktmight to tho heart. " Iid you ever ta.te an oath ! iu- ijiillcu toe Judfc'e. 1 no little gill step ped buck with u look of hotror, and the red blood mantled 111 a liiiit.li nil over her face and neck as alio nrimveied " No, tiir !'' She thought he intended to inquire if i-he ever blasphemed. " 1 do not menu tint," mid the Jiidje, aho aaw her mintakt!. " 1 mean, were vmt eer a witnca b foio No, sir, 1 never wa in court be fore," whm the niiawor. He bunded bet' an opeti Bible. " I) 1 roit know that book, in? ilutigh- ter ?" She looked at it and unawt-red, " Yen, 'r, it in th liihi-i." " Do you ever rend it?' hit abkeJ. " Yea, air, livery tveliii)j." " Can yott tell mo what tho Bibio i ?" itifpiired tho Jtii t. "Itia the word of the Crrat Ood," she anaweri d. ' Well, t Uc! vour hand tipoit t hip if you could have been bow much more contented mid icKtful the poor thins was lifter it acquired them, jou would have felt how blessed a thing it is to he, able to contribute to the happiness of tvci n little child." "It was the impulse of a generous heal I it wan a apirit of liberality as rare ns it is beautiful. And bow did Johnson like, it?" " Oh, Johnson said it vs tho will of Ood. H wuh like Johnson to say that. But the Minsionariea were right well (rented on the whole. The natives tried Tarions interesting experiments n pi 111 them, Hitch as scorching them, and kcalping tbin, and all that sort of thine;, and 1 kil.ed one of them myself, not 111 malice, but because I bail a cu rious caprice to e Low no would 1? with oniona. Ho was a failure Old and tough. Underdone, my wahine. suhb-a shade, too venerable I miid. (iive me pungency and tenderness for a combination. Onions) and infancy is in :i idva of comfort But here cornea a iIimIi which you will like, uit cood haAe linked dog aud yams project your teeth in this direction and nip this 1 ico from the contrivance whicn v mi ou'd a fork. A man, if he bo any- tbing of nit epicure, is bound to like this dish. It is ar c.rcfllriice, the na tional dinh no titan m complete with out it. A luau is a grand feast, my friend that is what the word means. Do vou know that tho edible dog of this hind is a perfectly proper aud ele L'unt beast for human consumption ? It is even so. Ho is never, never allow ed to touch meat- Ho is fed wnolly on poi a strictly vegetable diet, lie is leaved iu the house sleeps with bis owners, male or female rides borne back with them, travels in the boat mith throi, is their inseparable pet and companion. They love him tenderly in life, aud in death they turn not away from him. Tliey cat him. They tuff hi body lull of plantains, bananas, yams aud other dainties, aud cook him among Lot stones buried 111 a nolo in a breath of the of the combined unices, escapes. Jon people Uou I ten know now to couk. Ao. as 1 was sav- B,b!e, and listen to what I lav," and he 1 r peal i" 1 a.ow.y and solemnly the tho ground. Not oath ii sii il'y aduiiuiftcrtd to witnesses. ; aroma, not a drop ".ow, winl llm Judfjo, " vou nave been nworii as a VtitttcM, will vou in what will Ik ome of yon, if von do J jug, the Kanakas experimented a good not tell the l! til li r "I Mm!! be id lit op in the State I'riiftii," answered tho child. " All) thing e'.fcp ?" ii:-kd tho Judgtt. "I shall never i;o to Heaven," Mie replied. " How do you know this '" aked the .Jii'L'p. df al on tho Missionaries, for we could not know when we would have another lot. But among those that survived, wuh Williams, aud it was he that sent homo Ihoso damaging reports to your country, in which ho spoke of tho treat ment of bis brnibern in a peevish, fault finding spirit, ill becoming to bis sa- voais in building up uno.l name, to have it all knocked 111 the head by this shabby adventurer. Now what he onlla a ' hideous revel,' and a 'feast of doviis,' and al sorts of viio and wicked name, was nothing iu the world, I give you my sacred honor, but a simple baibecue seventeen old crippled natives, no account tinder the sun, just an expense to the community, and 1 fricasseed them to give a littio tieat to some visit ing towu chiefs, (Aldermen you call em iu your country,) who weie hero for a day or two from Womga Island. ' Feast of devils,' indeed I Feast of Iried-up, skiuny old rapscallions that the island is a thousand times better off without, and I am sure it was hon orable in us to bo hospitable to those strangers. Though between you and me it was au awful swindle on tueui tough, oh, don't mention it! more cholera morbus and indigestion, and general Buffering among those chiefs, 1011 never saw the like or it in yoat life ! Now, Twain, yc n see bow much truth there was iu Williams' state ments? all that row about nothing. You can set Ibis thing right in your country you cau do it easy simply just explain the facts aud anything I cau do for you, 1 11 do it you cau uo-1 pend on ink Send me a copy of your weekly. 1 can t read it, but a little lileratuie can't butt a man, anvhow. Ciesar's ghost 1" Oh ! Heavens I what is the matter, your gracious majesty?' Oh, misery, Uh, murder, Uh, des peration !" " Oil u'hiil is it, your imperial majes ty ? I beseech you !" Ho had Bpruug to Ins leet, aud his fixed eyes were staring wildly at the fried meat before him. " Oh, my brain reels ! This hair a Frenchman's hair 1 There muM bo some mistake? A bor'id susp'ion bursts upon me! Ah what is this I Bee? this thing? accusing mark ! A S raubrrnj on the left arm.' it is, it is, my long-lost brother!' Alaj, it was evou so. It was bis long lost brother what was loft of bun. Poor, poor fellow he was only fit to be shoveled into a basket end given to the poor, now. The king fell to the floor insensible. He grew worse and worse, and his removal to tho country was or dered. Many sympathizing relatives and friends followed the palanquin and did what they could to alleviate the suf ferings of their unhappy sovereigns It turned out afterward that the sweet-heart of tho Frenchman bad made a surreptitious exchange of mark eting in the king's kitcnen before day light on that fatul day. She bad bought the king's brother from a wandering tribe that belonged iu the great wilder ness at the other end of the island. She bought bim purposly to mako that exchange, though of course alio did not kuow who be was. The girl and tho Frenchman escaped from the inland in a canoe that very night oud were hap pily married. Or drowned, I doutknow which. I would have liked to laslo that Frenchmau biiiKiui n.l is limit m 1 aid roef. It 1 r !. an I 1 t .... 1 1 1.1 class t i 1 1 Ii trtiii dwelling. Al ru.i $t"W ) without the lot. In the eeuti. lire two wide double 100!, for the en trance of carriage. These doors are of mtiuuve bUck walnut, handsoniuly carved, are lilted ilh immense panes of figured ground glass, and cost to gether kbotit f i id. independent of the L'laijs. which cost a out f ..V) a pane. The doors iwiug on heavy lunges of or namented br.s, aud aro opuied by means of a richly chased brou.o knob. At the side of these lordly portals Stan Js a smaller door, also black walnut, at the sidi of which is a brasi bell-knob. This door open into a ball at the aido.which is covered with oilcloth aud contains a staircase of black walnut, upon which is a rich l'liusscls carpet, with green ground and figure of biowu.yellow and V O II S A h V. Wilt Hlim ftlWUI. ! ! 1 I l.INO lioi m isn bit . v..ii ti . 1 ..,.wr. j Fm. FM.'. t y ' 1 JollN It. WAItHlS. r 11 is- - m. GREEN TEA. BLACK TEA. JAPAN TEAS. MIXED TEAS, tii U f ! 4"iA T irti . IN t'W T' 1ST tl BIIADLKY A liLACKMntS ' rt.a 1 1 m rot rv .... 1 III I lis i.WI.'TM! M s. UAi4'i. r..,iu. titw.t Ul. i. f .t. Agent! Read ThU I tt- u i. rat mii a t.kY or - rut lkk jfcM, ...... . i.!. timm The child took the Bible, ai.d turn- cred calling. I Kurt'Oso your people ing rudi.lly to the chapter fontaining believed every word of it, and just the niiimikiidmMits, jioiiited to the in- . jumped to tho conclusion that we were j junction, " It. 011 i. ait Lot bt ar i.i.be a had, inhospitable race. Never cx- wiaiesu r;.ant thy neightmr. plained about Johnson s tars, perhaps? "I haii.ed that buluio I could lend."; never told t7iy I killed that other ' a icy eue talked with yn about ! fellow? confound me, it dos seem to your l i-ii ' h wiiiicss in the toiut here mo that some people take pleasure in against lhi man i" ii. quired the Judge ; imvr presenting Hangs, and bringing " Yt s, fa"," she 11 J in il. " .My moth-1 obloquy upon their f.llow creatures, er beard they win. ted mo to be a wit-; Sometimes I feel as if I bad rather be nr,n. an.) !ut inght fhe calli-d tne to ; dead and at rest The world seems so tell her tin t a Uiiiiuitdricnl.-i, aiid sl.iiintless in its iudomenU. and one's ithcu wo Lneeied down t' ,et her, and ' hie is so embittered by the malicious ! l,e prayed ti nt I might nndei stand criticisms of tho e whose hearts are liw wicked it wo to bear faiw wtlnees. not in sympathy w.th bim." aaiint my Le.ghh-'r, anltliut Ood. "It ira piiyful in that Williams, would It 'dp me, a li'.tle child, to t 11 the after all j ou had done for his party." I truth as it win In f,.ie Him. And when I " I should say bo 1 But never mind, ! I fame up 1 eu- v. ,'.h my f.itiier, sue. , !t's lie cheerful, anyway. How are ikiVwdiuo and told me to remember you making c ut ? line tiititli conns stu.imeut, and that (Ltd Iet mo help yon to a fried plantain, j would hear tv.-.y word that 1 said." Take some more of tho pup ? No? Try ' ' Do yon ft iievc tins ';" asked the Kome of the human being ? By George, 'Jti ?,', while (tar ghsleiie.) ia Li this T-llow is done to a charm. You'll J' '! bis iipit quiveied with cu.o-! like bim. Ha was a Frenchman 1 tl-' 1 sniendid chao vounc. bale and heart v. i vict 1 Ye, kit, fcfiid tin! ciilil. with a Leiiuuful to look ttnon. Do vou hip ai.il msiii.er ti;st sLowe I b r con- fir white meat or dark ? Bet me lieli 1 iw ..f.nl t.ii... K W ALMS M..H.. I tl of tlltlU HI. perfect "tiod I .Irs you, my child," ai) the Jnde, " jou bavu a (.'Ood motLer. " T to. Witi.ess ; eo:HpeU-nt," be cou he t Uitmued. "Una 1 on trial f..r yon to soinii of the breast. Ah me, I hive known this you . gster for tauten, Tears tishfcd with him, swam With Bkkcuku's Suor at a Sot HtHU.. Hen ry Ward Bcecher in a paper on the "Chipnioiiks" to the Chrintiuix I'nvm, tells this story of himself: "The first time that ever I fired a gun it was at a "chippy," und I tired auu did not bit him. My father it was that let me trot behind him, a seven or eight year old, while bo bunted through the fields. How my nerves screwed up when be took aim, aud what a crash in my over-sensitive ear, wustbo leport! It was a painful and always an irresis table faeiuation. A id so one day, re turning borne, outran a b ld chipmonk and cui used along the wall with trailing tail then mounting a atouo, tad cocked up he said, "Hit me, bit me, bit me, bo, be!" "Here, Henry, do you want to i-hoot ?" "Yes, sir -no yes, I do," 'lift behind me let the gun rest on my shoulder now Like aim come, pull the trigger or he'll bo off' I shut one eye iu a manner that car ried tha other with it. I opened both. The tears cama. The squirrel seemed six or seven squirrels whirling round in the air. I took aim but it would not stay aimed. Somobow" I saw the aky, the stone wall, a great muiien stalk, the squirrel, and twenty other things, all in a jig. Bang went the gun. "Chiggsr res" went tho squirrel as he dived dow n laughing, into a hole. Keturuiug iul.) the street, aud enter ing by the doub'.o doors, tho visitor is ushered into the coach houm. It is a hand.some hall, sixty feet long by thirty wide. The floors aro ot thick and nar row plan!:, like a ship's deck, aud stain ed to a black walnut color. The coiliug is of narrow pino plank plank, haud noiue.lv painted and grained, to imiiate oak. Tho wails are lined with narrow strips of fluted black walnut, two inch es iu width. Upon them are hung sev eral handsome pictures of stueplo chass races and hunts, costing $73 apiece. To the right of this palatial coach room, the first objoct which strikes the ey is an tlevatc'l clock, and a carved black walnut caso, which cost f 110. Follow ing this, hang u quautity of sleigh robes tho most notable of which is composed of tho entiro white skin of a polar boar which cost $301). Adjoining this is a smaller skin of the siunu animal, cost ing $200. Next to this hangs a beauti ful suow robs, made of numerous coats of bo silver fox, which cont $100. Above this is a large wolf skin, worth $200, aud a pretty robe of racoon skins, val ued at $200. Several expensive aud brightly colored robes of wool also hang there worth $00 a pair. Beyond thoso robes stand a few of the owner's carriages. The first is a clarence, lined inside with crimson sat in, and costing $2800. Nttar this is a two-horso calecho, costing $1,500, the first vehicle over owned by Mr. I weed, and purchased about ten years ago. It is lined with clarot-colored cloth. Next comes a buggy costing $."00. At the end of the room, ou the siuno side, is a black walnut closet for tho coats of the two coachmen and two "rooms, who, in the genial warmth of a colossal stove near by,- begutu their Jreouent. uue.r vals of leisure iu playing at cards upon a walnut table. lo tho left of tho room near the entrance, is a feature of start ling peculiarity. It is an enormus mir ror of French plate glass, reaching nearly to tho ceiling. It is set in a mas- giye black walnut frame, on cither side of which is a repository for bits and bridles, a tall narrow case in the nature of a pilaster, the door being of irench plate glass. A bronzo bracket is inser ted in the mirror, above its coutre, bus taiuiug three gas burners which throw their light upon a bronzo bust of pretty woman below. Tho mirror and its appurtenances stand cn a black walnut baso, with drawer in it and a rd marble top. The whole piece of furniture cost $1,000. Al'Hig tho remaining portion of the left wall aro a number of handsome black walnut cases, costing together, $15,00 and fronted with plates of French glass costing $b0 each, .these cases are for harnesses, of which tha principal set cost $l,u00. It is gold plated and very showy. On 01.0 sido of it is a set cost ing $100, and two others costing $1100 lu another caso aro two sots of light double harnesses worth $.100 each, niu two sets of single harnesses worth $00 Tho cases coulain a ladies saddle cos ting $125: a mans saddle, worth $80 and two pony saddles, each worth $H0, The whole of these articles hang on $8 bronze hooks, and seem to bn on esdii bition, as in u museum A walnut folding door, with four large ground glass lights, opens at the end of this baronial coach-house into a stable. The floor aud ceiling are aim ilar to tho floor and ceiling of the form or apartment. Tho painting mid graining of the ceiling alono cost $1, 500. The walls are of the best brick and aro perlorated with ventilators Seven colored and framed sporting pictures, at $75 apiee, hang around them, A well descends to the celling from the roof, 011 tho top of which is a skylight. A box-stall of oak-colortd wood, surmounted by a lilngrce iron railing is ou each sido of tho railing, and on ea:h side of the entrance. Ouo of theno contains Doll, a bay carriage mare, worth $100 dollars, and Dick, a sorrel pony worth $25i). There are five stalls of similar material to tho boxes, furnished with iron aud feed-boxes. Tho horses stand on straw, orna mentally plaited. The first two stalls ate occupied by Fle. twing and Whale bone, two gray road hoi sea. I ha form and a Lvbl cutter. m el et, with two cut-gima window, standi at the back. A door at the side opens on a passage way crpetd with Hrusac!, similar to the stairs. This b ads lo an o:Uc, which is lately ustd, and w hich one of f ur occupied by the owner 111 tho upper pait of lh rdy alone. The carpet is the same as that of tho stairs and pass.-ige. Tho furniture consists of a lounge of gret 11 led, a walnut desk aud table, d walnut arm chairs, wdh csne bottoms, a rich stove, a $2(d walnut lsmk case, without books, a $100 walnut ward roba, aud black walnut inner blinds, shading large plate -glass windows. Tho celling is oraameuted with Ponipriau frescoes. A bronzo chandelier is sus pended from tho ceiliug. A black wal nut and ground glass door lead to a closet, carpeted like tho oflico. lU en tire appurtenances are of walnut, aud a wash-baaiu of the huest whito uiuule stands in the corner. Ou tho third story is an unfinished apartment; intended fur a billard room. A pump ou one mdo is used for fore 111 water to tho floor when tho Crotou reservoirs are low, Tha story also con tains two largo rooms for the grooms and coachmen. They have oak imita tion cottage furniture. Tho carpets are of crimson Brussels wifh dark flow ers, and tho ntiro arrangement of tha apartments equrls that of the bachelor rooms in a first-class hotel. If tho stable of this politician is costjy, bto magnificence of bis abode becomes dilhcult to imagine. It is at 11 West Thirty-sixth street, near the Fifth avenue. Ho possesses a similar number of carriages and horses at his country Beat. Ar. '. Pout. Mi.t .. tltT lift', ,,i,..T 1. I.U!H - r....... W it ;!! !. t - tm . .. W 4. - 1 .'J " . u.. a.. . . ,.. ft" . i. .!. tt & -.., .11. , n " it. .... -. h nMMi, .1. ..t.s'.d I. y (HK-.f... Wftv I.HII I,... ..barf j ,w.r. M. 1 ... m t ... m. t. ta r. stt, a t. S. Iiu l'...a a m I. t ii' at 1 r -im t ,WI A rj. t p. .. ,h- I 1 w A l4,.,-? ti. Iuh. M MM. . , .s . .1 .4 - . . ( lr 4 . ..... .;W l S .. w... ... . ,..,-; .m tt ... .... I ( V .h. 9 .t,.., ii, fU Up- I. Ml .4.i U ... i . : '.,,, . ; . ; A .. I . A O , TaaMt M u: of the -han.e agau.sl rijo, 1 woul 1 j rty to Ood . gie mi such a w, ti,ts as :,.. A ( Let Us flammed." SU L.'.d h r Clil.o, b !,! s Mil Tsjt-re w&s a .t Lit li can md cn,. i.'M. was ngi 1. !. The cotil.kt ! ,,.: J st.d tngt tious ija-i.-d L'.-iu i.er fits'. tl--A Xh ttutU rt.u.l was sjti.i.ie. p' lJUI V Ltd f liC-dc ic i.in.i,titr i,4 ij,. Well I've seen mauy a minit.ter do Lim. sailed with biro, tare a couple of ue M"1'0 ""& u "rmon, and leel s.aters and four auuts to bim. 1 1 a" .uea as 1 ui 1. w t,a sute 1 had er trots a miie in 2:10, and li e latter in 2:42. The span cost $1,000. In the next siall is Kejser, a bay driven THK ihtbit zw.ri". at JutiH BIIXlNuM. Thar iz one man iu this basement world that I always look upon with mixt feelings ov pity and respoct. But thero iz one man in thia world lo whom I alwuz take oph mi hat, and re main uncovered till bo gets safely by, and that is the dislrikt tkoolm&ster. When I meet him, I look upon him as a martor just returned from tho (stake or on his way thore to be cooked. He leads a more louesum and single life than an old bachelor aud a more anxious one than an old mado. He iz remeinbored just about as long and afiecktionately as a gido board iz by a traveling back puddlar. If he undertakes to have his scholars luv him the chances are he will neglect their larnin; and if ho don't lick thorn now oud then pretty often, they will Boon lick him. Tho distrikt Hkoolmaalor ain't got a friend on tho flat side of earth. Tho boys snowball him during recess, the girls put water in his hair dye, and the skool committee mako him work for half a bar tender gits, and board him around tho naborhood where they give him rhy coffee, sweetened with molass es, tow drink, aud kodfish bawls threo limes a day for vitlles. And with all this abuse, I never heard ov a distrikt skoolmaster swearing any thing louder than Condemn it. Don't talk tew me about the pashunco of anshunt Job. Job had pretty plenty ov biles all over Lim, no doubt, but they were all of ono breed. Every young one in a disrikt skool iz a bilo ov a different bresd, and each young one needs a difl'srent kind ov poultico to get a good heap on them. A distrikt nkoohnaster who does square job and tuk.s his codlish balls reverently, iz 0 better man to-day tow have living around loose, than Solomon would be iu all his glory. Solomon was better at writing prov erbs and managing a large family than he would bo lo navigate a distrikt skool house. Kuny man who has kept a distrikt skool for ten years, aud boarded around the naborhood, ought to be made a ma jor gonerall and have a penshuu for the rest of bis Lateral days aud a hos and wagin tew dew bis going around in But az a gereral consequence a dis triki skooiUiasicr am t got no more warm friends than an old blind fox bouud hcz. He iz about az wdkuin a, a taxgalh erer iz. He iz respected a good deal az man iz whom we owe a debt ov CO dollars lew and don't Mean tew pay. He goes through lilo 011 a backroad az pour az a wood sled, aud finally iz 1 , 1 ... . 1 . . .1 . . bay-racks ' mi"'",' uul wuai ever utuawn 01 iuz remains I kant tell. Fortunately, he iz not often a sensi tive man; if be was be couldn't tinny more keep a distrikt skool than Le could file a krosi kut saw. Wbi iz it that llieie mtn and wim- At a d utanoo of less than thrco dsy's voyage from Valparaiso, In Chili, and neatly in the same latdudo with Ibis impottatit orton tt.s weslerti coafl of South America, is the Island of Juau Portland! , wlicis oncetiivin a time Al exander Seiko k during a banishment of four years, gathered tho material for 1 Woe's Ihibinnou Cruwo. This island, little thought of by tho inhsbiUnts of the Cbillian coastlaud, has lately be come of some interest by Iho fact that in December, Im'O, it was c-iwded lo a society of Germans, under the guidcuco of llobert YVehrham, an engine from Suxony, Germany, for the purpose of colonisation. Tho leader of this expe dition, Kobert Wehrhani, left Gsrmany cloTen years siuce, pasaed several years in F.nglaud, served as major through the war of the republic against secos sion, and was subsequently engaged as engineer with tho Ceropaaco Rail road, iu South America. Ho ond bis society, about f0 or 70 in dividuals, have taken posac.ssiou of tha Island, which is described as being a must fertile and lovely spot. They found there countlsss numlrs of wild horses, and CO donkeys, the latter ani mal proving to bo exceedingly shy. . They brought with thsm cows aud oth er cattle, swiuo, numorotis fowls, and various kinds of agricultural impel- ments, with a boat nnd fishinr appara tus, to engage in different pursuits and occupations, The grotto, mado famous as Kobi.ison's abode, situated in a spa cious valley, covered with large fields or with turnips a desirable food for swine has been assigned to the hope young Chillian gentleman lo whom the care of the poerciuo part of the society's stock lias baeu entrusted, aud bo and biB proteges are doing very well in their new iiuariers. Juan rernander is 0110 of tho stations whore whaling vessels take iu water aud wood. Shall W Ear Pour? The lovers of " pork ami cabbage" must desist from their favoitto dish if wo may be lievo our western exchanges unless they aro willing to incur the risk of a horriblo death from eating trichinoiis pork. This terrible lillle worm pest ia saitl lo have again mado its appearance in tho Wcstsru States, and some esses are reported wlicre tho parties eating such infected pork have tliod after tho most horriblo suuerings, A case is mentioned where a hog which, to all appearances, was perfectly healthy, the fat clear and white, and tho lean firm, and of a healthy color, upon cut ting into the lean portion of the meat hundreds of small cysts or cells wero f-.)tiri4,ccntaiuing a semi-transparent fluid, iu tho center of which was n white pearly-looking cell, which, npon being ojienetl, revealed, with tho aid of a microscope, the dreaded trichina spiralis iu countless numbers. A good many human deaths from this cause havimr oeon reoortod in various narts of F.uropo, and at some points in thin country, have created considerable alarm and rendered pork suspiciotiH and unpopular. Before partaking of any food into which pork enters as an ingredient, it would be well to cook it very thoroughly, aud if the article will admit of boiling the worms will surely bo destroyed by continuing them at a boiling point for twenty-five minutes. Weskucv's Wirt John Wesely mar ried a widow, who through her jealousy led him a life of wretchedness and mis ery. At last bis spirit was up aud he wrote her: "Know me and know your self. Suspect mo no more; provoko mo no more; do not not any longer contend for mastery, for power, money, or praise; be content to be a private, insignificant person, known and loved by God and me." It is not likely that a woman would bo pleased at being recommended to be an insignificant pur son. After twenty years of disquietudo sho ono day lefthim. Ho bore it philo sophically. He went beyond it ho took his diary, and put the most pithy entry into it I ever mat with in a diary: ".Yum ram rrliqui; nan dimixi rum rn-f rubo," which may be translated thus: 'I did not leave her; I did not send her away; I shan't send for her back.' And so ended the marriage life of John Wesley. AsBchOTE or Dickk. A- dinner party whore Charles Ihelens was pres ent, a young writer was invwigbing againrt tho world in a very 'forcible fee ble manner.' During a pause in this philippic againat tho human race, Dick ens said across the table in the most self congratulatory of tones: "I say, what a lucky thing it is von and I don't belong to it. It reminds rue,' contin ued the author of I'irkwick, 'of two men who on a raised sefhaold wre awaiting the final delicate attention of the hang man; tho notice of one was arouse.il by observing that a bull had got into the crowd of tqieetators, and was bus ily engaged in tossing one here and an other there; whereupon he said to the other 'I say Bill, how lucky it is for us that we are up here,' my How to Choose Comi-ahiohs. Pick your company from among those whom you are conscious are superior to you, and that cau teach you something. It msv perhaps pique you to be obliged to feel ttry day bow inferior you are: iLiei-ttjfsj bU-ti' tiCtlotl iO IrV 1 T !y ct 11s 1.1 bif with ii tlofcS. bill kl.e aUWm-t.l iu 1. !.. 0 I t t!; I a;- LiK-d atet her t-s!.moi.. miu, who pashutilly, and with crazed with Doll, value $0,'U. Two more bays, ' brane, tt-aeh our remorseless brats the 1 Prince and Grecian Betid, worth $1,- ' U ius meaning of tho alphabet, who take r.dfl ...tnr.L.to It !ii.t Tl,.. ....!. . IS.. f,rt ..l.t.,. 1,.... ... itnedhim. H wm always cood II w Uil tnjthmg, Uot 1 had made a ', ' . , -, , . , '' "".'", . mm. ii was -uways goou. jie 1 nM noiae. the stalls are each decked with s bronzo lay the stepping stone and mcurridge "g , , ..... head of a lion, with a ring in lU nose, them to mount upwards, who ba done ' . ... .. I' i A. .11, in vi ii ii. LIT i . . . ... I . 1. ....... . . ... I ..... ....... I. ... I . - .. 1 . .. 1 - . . I .1 . . I . ... i , . i,...,l , , , ,1 t,,,. t. . i ,,- , , - - ......, ..... uu;.ii iumi -uiij ugi a wm Kin Diauiiiii'M ia in erw- , ., . -, i"--"-. ' kinf,io..k a Lite U,Ujm:d V it.-1 he coUed race are ; ed kuob, contains aa tievator, which : das ou the fuLstotd, who have tuayed ; oont degree, 1 hertdore let lour friend o si ..i W.imto.oty aLd then gar... hu g pensively np- IJ(lt to outtlone in ah,e.dm-sS of re- , britiLM fool from above. Br the H!de over the renroLaU, atrentLenij the u half a Le.d uiw .. 'n IT1 , , ' , . ---.- .iu... i.uiu iw; uum ( .nip ji ii ma waiuui t.oaei lor aumines. , limni, rtsiraine'l in ouiia'wous ami: mim-.eaol Lia mouta tegatt to twitch the captain of which was a religious Opposite is a large iron wa.h-ba:n and ! flattered the imbecile, who had lived! witu emotion, and prewtiLy two or? man. was called unto 1 f!:w,,.,i f,,r ! ,, o,L,t. tronoh. !i,if,h -ml -...'.. U! ome misdemesiior. lhet(;y ap-are'l A neat uou sUii case leads to the hard to swear whi iz it that they are j U fore the captain weeping LAWJv. aiid Ihsvloft. which exhibiU eothiui I artic- created Lie a va-rant fiJJV-r. danced' falling nj;jn hi knee bo cned, ' lray, ; tilurlv tipei.sive. The rafters ami l.iuk ! to fvr a Light and raid oph iu the sir, wi.l yoa wait toll have tail in 'walls remain nnc overt 1. A i a'r of : taomiritr. ar.'l eat'erlt fortj'Aten ? or rureu grt ai tears louea irom let ' Mi 1 coursed d' ill L.s chetks. lum iu a (hokji.g voice be murmuied: 1 Ala, the have fried him I I laid down the breast Ume CMi.e 1 and L-urst into ttsrs a.s-i. w lie sTmj.aibbiic power of grif. lA a.ru it) look tip for your cmpariy,and life will go well with von; but if you have to look down for your company it will go ii! with you. After ail, it is this unconscious, incidental, sympathetic communication betweeu mind and mind that works most tiowerful changes m , , : ' '!aiii,y I wiil, n -plied the i double dw.rs o-h-u ou the opptr coach I had rather burn a coal pit or keep (aete and tui!rauint and that works S:l,' h t .. . it V..!I . l. . . , 1 T . . '. I I . . I . i . .. . . . i ..... . .' ..j,,.. nni, iik-ii, tfiacb, tovAi-.- room. iire is mii i large e.vau It ing up triumjibsjitly, j t'"--- bmi..1 m bet IH.L1 U dem-! was turthicg to tne w Letter they fried , when I pet ashore !v rge e.taUjr the Cies out ov a butcner s shoo m the , in th war r.f Li, 1 !,.. i n,il.. I will .y tLsai used f r tie racing and lkwering cf month of August than meddle with the! iug that excites such eW-tncity as auud . i i i.,;rn. i cothi in vi inj uve-ii, mien : Uiu.fcl aoJI lltiu, rUOUlBg OU tllUld. tUX liTT.