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Vl. :a'sI ul.il ll 'IKI., Mcir)..or E. M VtaManr, l'n'pri.tor. crTnM fcif ui.iiUil 11'l.M i mii8Mitii i ..,.(... -.,!... tl.e IfftVLllnir 1nlii)f. !ti. uJr tiili .n Ktii I" tni r frwn M,l .i..i. 1 1. .uH.ui.f m.,nLl,ft. i'li tlul,lli irwii; itiihtrtti l.'i.'n.lv noi.ncj i rui. ijr it.ini.'i FOR SALE. On IMI (Ki' l"i-i'li lu l l, 'n bora lra- i.t, im. II ti M riiriii f r ruth, vt ui, aio-ti h r wjixI. Ktil-mr t ttm Jul KSAL Ot riOK. M.h..:. fi-t )', t GREEN TEA. BLACK TEA, JAPAN TEAS. MIXED TEAS, T. j ti la- (- nk T-m m1 rf"" ia Uw r t 1!RAUI.KY A DLACKMKU.H. MINERAL SPRING. ui wh.ijb-b vt rK t xt (V ' ; W" ii I. Hut. j tt 1 ii, r- tuit 6.- 5 yw.iA t.- f U. iaWi ur r' f tl-fiPM. Ufc IJW ftJtIPjr ta3 t I kkM M rt tl wt irtrtJj -wir. elg f f.'n J IJH WW ftM ; t hlft M-. i 'Mt ,..)'.. (tt(liru ftli t fV 1 i.. kin H lnv4. n M If avk4 Um a,ji ll 'j, iUUHilM, Sk.tim Wi MMtMUlaVt fc a, li u.fc t tttfr w. r rnf tVi ,-f-'tr-4 --:lh 4 iatn ta4. U"I Aitmi: works. AT W1T U 'f. VT, T, M IXiLLlNS, .f.lir as! I .it-e fa .11 fcid -f Aevarwa k' i, i Ai (i:.itf fcl t-uut't ia, Heatfeli ii..... 1 ki.i'x " ' - 1 'j. i. m.f i -iwy -.a. A l..iMa "ieci ai uan 4 li.e liri l .( lea;, I Uti t. t. Ut I U.l I a nn entci niwlm to Vn wtm aaiav liiivi. an. ltt .-arx i ll.a ie a.l f a&i ..-4' ii. w..v li: .1" w 1. ' 1 aai-i .a .a. W.-i a. aia ae-4 t ... aJaia M I.W.IIM All el.iiuv 4 Ld aurt C...M. a; ivjMatv ihic. al aa an. vtmr ew- la lie l-.uil ti-i eal.aJacU.ia Hi- 4. ia aw eif.- tea- I I It l III'. l'Hi:sv nil ) r i i' n aassv 1 IU i.M-r llai.lIM".. M "THH1 rf"l., HI AS Ibt I I t 'i 1 vVi. eod tm.i I .. i e.;iliel U ei-eiy inn.. t.ari, aa a tv'f . I.V I'. I MCMONAliY OF T1.K MItLK tn"s I, -a 4 mi . I In nHii f tK r) Lt in it nj kC ' 4,. t ft ! HMITHS ISAlilUIKiKI) : . i .l...- i. w.a i 1 4 to. ..II b 0umxl ). !y.ij.Hiljirt ilcibl.. ud K j Ut ilir ..laBi r. U ru Itty icNmi- iiiu OBKAT till ! I t. WORS OF 1 UK 'INi.- i Ti rSTH CKMl HV. j tur ua HiMr r 1 i JA lino Cfl; cmjai. u- Urt.-- UnoioM t.lrflt ..f ouwIufK-KitT I ' . ... ; i fcri ,iti du...r. tat . .b.-i.i - I Th Very Ik-t in tba i i. r ... hiigbhu Lan- v I I!ij;aaL'e. I'rx. la iiun.brr, 7$ r ol i b. Tb.re iil U XI anilra Tltfii" -ilttiai- luw ilj (11 Si -. i, SU fl. K. H An !' wuJiiig tli tiun of tbrH uWnlari illi lliv UKiiirjr will rii'Mte thu lilt. liitiaiT Im. A AIAh.UIM-: loll lot NO AM) Ul.ll. t a l.niily Ui.l bu rhinl rf ii in it nbnalj fill ti !. Ilil " riiir f jiifruila Biiui" in "Kalilwib t ll'tiii-"', THE RIVERSIDE MAGAZINE lOIt VOL N( l'KOl'I.lv A M ri:ilU 11.1.1 Hill TK1 MOM'I.V. It .Unit, at tlio limit of juv. mio litcratiiru in Auirri.a. Tlx ilWrliin (hi l tj 50 a ycr, tint any .inn lio wiiilii l.i. mum a "t f ur uLhuti1m' anil Mfl.if will ri'iiim Ihn uia(aiti fte fur otm jcii. K. B. hjiiwial altii-ll'!ii lwin itli tha Jlajr hiunlirr, ami Ui.m who clioow ran a"iiJ tl.'O ml rrro th iitaaciui' fur el;lit luoiittia. CHARLES DICKENS. ium la tli time, wlien liirki'na la to t taiLnl alrnul fur a yir, Iu rvai. Ma aplrBtlid uox la. Tliere la Im olili n in Ilia maiki l to ibrnp aLiI ciHiifilit aa THE GLOBE EDITION. It vuta. lil.tai, AilT Tiluiiia "1J uiaratrljr. N. II. Vet the uaama of tli now anl''rilira to Ua liin rm.l.' W.a.mm ami llil.Uil, tli puUiah rra !! arnd frr of npvnae a romplfla act of Ilia Olol Un io n.. if)rrin:ir (,oosi:. M'tthrr litxiae baa bail jn.tico dune her In a an rb e. lilum, llluatraltil b.T tigbtweo puli-pafro pirtiiiea b II. U HTirHKma, tan afea of maaic by ( haulm Mori-Tim, and tru aiuallcr Uliiatra liona by liiatm Fr. Ittaaa full account of Mtilbar (lnoati, valuable biatorical notaa, and la alb't-rther THE MOST NOTABLE TICTURE OF THE SEASON. Trio in fancy clutb, 13. TS. N. It. -Tbia Umk will be acnt aa a priza to any une fiirwartling lire aew anWripli ina to the hltar.iJn. HALL'S HEALTH BEOK. lr. HaU, Alitor of "llall'a ouraal of Hoaltli," ia prrbap the bel known bauanhtiM hyairian in the country. He ba. uri iari-(l to eminently rxliral bock, ealind HEALTH BY GOOD LIVING. , it (iura a plain end itlli;iblc a.-'-mint of th ominnHi llillix. ll.al K'e. t nor beaitl.- Jiet. bfat, ioitilng, mnrciae, ilei-p- and lllu.iialt a the pre TviilKin and core of dnwaM by natural ageiii U'e, I'OXTEXTK, Tb tilijeet of Itlli, When In Kt, What lo tut, lluw Much to li.Ku'aiiiy ui Ijiting, lluw to Kat, lllll.u.uta, 1'yapi'pxa, Vuraijiie, N'er.iiu.iii-aa, The l aity of Diaeaw, A.r aad Kturclae, food t ure, Hi Arnmnil, Appendit, Kulea, t. The Iwik i beTinjf a Urn aale, and lie aound conitbon aetue omnn.ada il to e.ery ItiUllirnt rtkr. 1'rh r 1 .So. Mut by mail by the I'ubii.t.er to any addreaa. . ... I). - l A inmir'iiii viiwili m luiriwac , i. , , , ,, . .. .ii , rn-tt ontjllirA Lima ill tie 11.111 iu auv adilraa tm , receipt ul a (MaUfte alamp. P t any ot tl of th abu., addrriw lie I'ub li.h' r.. ' O. HOUGHTON A UO., i R:r:d, I amliridtra, Mm. ; H IT Ii t.Mol,.-Mr. o.'b ii in w..j ie iiri; I'll leave it to vour palaver to draw t, . to u.e !.. i !.,, i'i,u,.4ia ... h Jik,e ,lih,Uclj,Jtlg( rephed Har liMh.lab ba.r.,.dW, M,illu.ryE..a,li.b.,kfr bi be C()uU.nMllUl)UiT, Ut htt tvt.Une, SrM Isaililinn Haul of Ad-1 . , . A . i' , , I am Mall, a IM txd lea.utst in Ii. Itipol. j W.. ba. . UrS. ... clnieat of ' UtW bl LIVi iMail. to abkk aba j,,,,.. I : taeit aot.... j j Tt.at.kfat fc ker hwada and ui.r tt Uw-ir i ff . lr.gf, i. b-Ka to enerst a orilioa. , i a&oe of lb. eatna. M!i. i.Mi. s. Huu i.s. 1 crf I'Miiit, Apnl I. l7 tre IS Mil I IM hi - Mi. K ti. lio.fi ba. IL. M.DiMiy tiU..Lui.t,t tmti otv. i by lb. ale M.n t . II Kent, in t tl Al,n.e- ',. l.an, bet abe w.ll be rvedy t ail Him a tur ' .i.l. ta ibai in.. .l u, lai.t ait ... ati.l al r.-aw.bie piir., t ri.iU luerl fiio ,i : .il ') f. inf i n. ( 1 ) I VI. l ' wMiid ii.e r.ii' a Us eiti , I A aM of Maiibtr ald ailJTiind tlir ..wjia, '. Uml I ka r.Krt wl aay or Vo a,, retire, on ta. tua4 iia lewara 1VWJ Fatiit, bera I oaa ! h it.il al ail bae by Uiwe wi.blt.( aiy- tb.t.( ia U.e 1 atlii I t. A. at. )iHK'S. Inu.l. aaM.... Vb, Afvtl it KCft 1 .. 'A14i.'" ' " 4 Sew Haw awt re ana U attaau It Ari.. .4 la ana lai new m AVal Aefi Teiaa ai?. t m paruj ta ii w t4Mir tarn mill, wmirtitm YL- 3i-U t'..at ia aL J at i 1.-, r : 'f our j-ullic arh'-H'la, O'.iuiij ; 1 itit-i li e -la tivlu. ! J lit' a t.i.l!'N ('..lioaeil tlt.a jiif - j , . Ii., .11. ,tl.,.i.l ). L. i : .,.. !W.,r Ur of liuu, ,11... '.I,. ,.f . I,rt.i f r,l.... Jl.i, he Mki'tl. iu a r!ui r tn, who lainlu'lliat tl.atui liaiice Mauj of you r..,.l.r l.r, to maU conitaot. ( II M l.-.t l... lint mi i ii tio oue atmwered to the ai-' ! iwal. r I 1.,.,. .Iu,rl ., i .witUr: ! I ... 1 . ,!. ,., ,. iul . t..l'. ' Aut o me j And o ,l, 1, i. j.ht j Li coiupiiuion; jlUt L Will Uol fft It outof IU, I CU j tell L in ; And tlm Ilia lo v wititiur ran thro' Uberouui. loruioietliAU a tunim ; liio tfui-Lt-i altMx Utfora tlitiiu awaitiii tO l".UI ilutlK ill nil UillOIUUIL' loom. DUtliU Sooiiir wa in uttc turn . i . . . i . .i....i. i i . . .. 1 : . I I. a . ca wan u.a aa.uo " , i,ull'- waarJ,..Hv.u r t no. lit-lorc. tT " "" , t nv V'I. C H mill': (fekwa . i . ... ! Let thv bo aho huvo violuU'.l the Yon bnro (fivr n mo no rockI reason po.l onler of the bchiH.I, boltl U i thiiir'yet, John, why I blioul.l not Jo Hn I bau.la, be ai.nl. " j have Mii.l. No Imiol von hfteJ. j I .? will get tlit ill-will of New l.;t all ho me iui'ioeei.t bol.l up j the wholu eliiss. thoir hfiinlt.. j 1 "ut 's ""t fuuse cuoiigh not to tlo Eveiy buii'l wa jiroaijitly rniaeil. jrl'.'f' Lor ii lew inomeiitH fbtj teacher 1 ok- Tli'is thp two boys tnlke.l ns they eJ his M-hohiia in the hue,-his own j wul'mul ftloii', niul lit length patlfiil from toiiiiteniiuee eMireMbini; I'uiii tunl in ii -j 1 1 Iu-. 1 1 ion before he hiioke l'nnn a boy I have ever iookeil upon f.ilhchooil io the meatiest of crinieH, allowing a (liNiomtioii to coininit uIuionI any am, if the olTetnler had the coin u'e to do bv. I mil, thfieforu, deeply pinn ed lo hud Molt I have hcIioIioh in my cIiikh nho are not above thin most cow ardly of u 1 1 vieeH. It u bud enough to break the rulea of the Hchocd, but u tboua.iliJ llliii H worau to le!l tt fulne htKid about II filhuhood, too, thtil in eital upon every innocent, bi(,'h-minded boy in the room. I bee heie the hons of ii. en whiine virtue mid usf-fuliitKh nit kiioiMi to ull. Tbeao boys, I uiu aorry to buy, me nil involved iu the iniiit ol thib violation of order, nu.1 what i woibe, iu tha eiiiiio of u el t'li i nl of it; for bow can I (liM'liiiiiimte when all ltd alike? When I at.k the guilty to bold up their baudb, no huud ia lifted; but when I call upon tin) innocent to atlest their innocence, all declare tlieuibelves to be innocent. I will try you once more. Lt the guilty bold up their bauds. Hut no band was lifted. Now Ut lh inuoceut lift their hands. Every baud was again raised. I wouid not be thu the boy who Las limn lifted hia bund before the hcIioo! to tell a falbehood, for all the wealth thin world can bentow, the teacher said, h be looked at bib duns for a moment or two, ami then turned away to leave the room. Although be was away for full ten iniuuteH, be waa not again dib tutbed. You were oue, Jamoa Harker, said a boy, in a low toue, looking witb a half indignant expression of countenance at tUo boy who aat next to bun. I don't care if I was. He couldn't find it out, was the prompt reply But I don't think it right that others should ba blamed for wbut you have done. You are not going to turn tell-tale, are you ? Haid Harker, witb a aueer. No, not a mere tell-tale; but btill I am not certain that I bhall not let the teacher know that you were guilty, nuleas you bavo the true npirit to do ao voiirwelf. " Oh. tell-tale ! tell-tale! tell-tale ! Tom Jocea ia going to turn tell-tale! hiiid J nines Hai ker, so loud aa to be heard all around, pointing ut the name lime at Jones, and looking ut him cou teuiptiioiibly. Are you going to tell on me too 1 ask ed a boy silting near, witb a threaten ing look. I did not sco you making a noine. You bad better not, I can tell you. I did not see you, ho you need not fear, wua Thomas Jones' reply; but I can tell you what I think. If you did make the nome, ami then afterward denied it, I think that every houeat tuinded boy here should feel it bia duty to expose you. hiiv una dure to do il ! was the reply to tbia. ' After Reboot, several of tba boys got around Tom Jonaa, and tried to con vince bitu tLat to turn iuforuinr wouid be tlal utofel low, despicable thing iu the world. I don't think it half so bad aa to break the rule of acboo't, and be a liar . , , . , into the bargain, wua hia quiek answer. tra I 1 I here ia not a meaner eieut lire in the j world than a tell-tale ! aaid Jamea H ir- ker. with bia nglr sneer. Wbicb ia worte, Jarnea: be who t'!s what i true of anothar, or be who falne- ) aiftlwa hllll ? . , , . . . , 1 ll),"k- Ut J But it ia Ubtlean lor Ua to talk about tbia matter. I w ill Ull you what I will do ; and if I Bay fco, you may L sure that I Will. If 1011 will go Up to-uior- row ara U-.n our iarier mai tou iw the wrong be complained of, I will keep , quiet; but .f you will not, my mind ia1 ma te np to do it 1 can not, and will J imt, rest under the blame of baviuj; told J a falaebiKMl when I am iriioctnt; nori do I think I am rijjU iu letting tb who' c'aea anftr nniUr a f!c ac-j cuaation, while I am able to remove it I aUaya tbougbt yon were mean, low creature, replied Harker; and now I and when que.Uonod, did not deny the know it j charge, Ha'tl prove bimwlf the meanest boy: Yott cow aca, aaid tba teacher, the lb scLool, if b dm.-a it, aaid another of fonr boya who involved in disgrac the tba wrongdoers. j whole clas. Y'otl a'aO tb.e difTer- fle bid betU'r not te'l oa mt, said a tiuo U taeeti a higb-u.inJe 1 boy, nrg tbitd. ; e l on by a an-nae of duty t-j become an Look lere, Tom, come with rue, an-; inf jriuer, and hat i meant bv a tnare other lad aatJh taking Jonea by the arm and walking off with bun. ! it ai;thir.jf awit ;, if 1 nt.uoe.l Ihf U i Vv..wIi ill-will of lhti! Ik.vh, au i f -ibape of U.e whole !. You know , Low ni'icU an informer i ilf..in-l, 1 leiu i gieat difference, John, was ll',:,,' rj.iv, m imjt MImt haa ..fu-o "!. fU a BlT ti.-Ul. a liii l ik!ii ii ill mhixiL ami oue Lo iiiiiLm 'jkiiMun the rfri actinii of auolhcr f.r i the (-..oj of all lw if, 1W the rijpio ; tlwhfc'i.t of hrvw itht r 1'iKiit.l.e I, I . w;n! to li roiiKtautiv raini irii; tUo ! U"J ,ier )th comj.Uil.ta a iuat tl.a otb- T bovii. a. tht-u I wou'.l he lb at vny uu an - (ail tak. 15 it I Lav tio aacb -v av no aat'li motived in lie, tlmioa Jlj.il si- h,i not only luuki-u the rulit of thrt clana. '"'""V ""k'-u luenii.'aoi iart ciM. ' ''' I'll'TH t" I Imki liiiuwif. but ln liitH a!ao nickeil eiiouii t tl! a falwlioo.1 twico, 0 tbat our tacb- j r ciuiuut bolivte auy om of ua. Now, for vuf, I h lmn taught . lova! truth ever aince I can rumuiuhi'i'; ami the fan not. and w.ll mt, rest uolr cimif,'a ot I.i.si lio. I. Then why Hot to the to ithor 1( rbire vour iuhoih iicu ? YVhat fjooj woiihl tLat tlo ? Hus not 1 !1C T 11, ( I'lOV g"t til' e..iv boy in Ui clana U.u the Mme-iIu , "V " v' . .! 1 ,. 1 1 ' ... ..I . .ii.. . ' Cf,U'a; " ' " "jii! uie now. .. . i uii.fil hm fricii'l. . . - . 1 ; iir.cl bin fricn.l. e,i''b other. An noon as Tlionum Jones piiti-red bin own boiiNe, he Houtrht out Iuh father, by wiiokb judgment he va always- guided iu dii!ii:ultien. To Lim he biibinilted hii cane and asked to be adviKcd. Y'oit have made up your mind.Thom s, you bay, to inform your teacher to morrow that James Harker was ono of the offenders. That in, if you think I ought to fath er. From what you have told me, Tlioiu bh, I do, certainly, But you will no doubt bo bliiiued. and have your mo tives condemned by many of your school mates. I know that, father. But yon have often told mo that. I bhould lilwaya bo govei'iiod by right motives, and not by the opinion of others. And you are conscious of having right motives in what vou now propose to do ? I nm, father. You do not fetd glad at the idea of having James Harker punished lor his conduct? Indeed, I do not. It ia that idea that causes nia to hesitate more tl.n any thing else. What, then, is vour motive? One motive, father, is to clear mvself from the cliargo of bnd conduct and falsehood; and another motive is to re lieve from the liko blame till in the class who are innocent. It beems to me, in a case like this, that it is every boy's duty to point out the guilty, who are thus taking away the good charac ter of the whole. It is not right, fath er, that the good be injured under the false idea that it is moan to exposo what ia evil. You certainly reason correctly, my boy, replied Mr. Jones; and I shall ful ly approve your net. Do not be hin dered from doing it, under the idea that you will be mocked as an inform er. Thore am many cases whore it is right to become an informer, and wrong to withhold the truth; and this, I aru sure, is nn instance whom the former rule clearly applies. But in making your statement no it is one in which your char aeter and standing iu the school is involved do so iu writing under your own mime, with your reas ons. After resolving to act right in a matter where be tuny lie misjudged, it is the duty of everyone to give bis reusoiiH, that be may not be injured by false judgment. On the next morning, Thomas Jones waited until nearly the close of the school, to see if James Harker would be honest and magnanimous enough to confess his fault. As he did not do so, Thomas bravely went tip, with a firm step, to the teacher's desk, handed him a note and theu retired to hia seat. The teacher read the note, and after reflecting for a few minutes, arose and called the school to order, I bold a nole iu my band, he naid, after silence and attention were obtain ed, the reading of which has given me great pleasure. It indicates a tone of feeling and principle highly honorable to the writer. As reqnested by bim, I w ill now read it to the class. Mb. . m: -VnaiKnlav Ihert man a violation of order iu ihe n hil, liie ntf -n.li'ra in which yon tried tu tl'i I nut. Inn in vain. Iu uunr manner of find ing the KUil'y. the intnii-nt became Iuv.I.mI in tlie charite of dr.iirili r ami, what it a tlioaaaiid tmii-e wcrnir, of f&i.chiKwI. I ea-4 one bnv ill the act of iaal.ii. u tin n'.iac yon runigilaiiied of, arid have tried, in vain, to convince h:m that be might lo -.nfi"t In. fault, ami tM ruiieve hia achoil nuti'i fr-im the ti.arn'' nrwh r whl'-h tliev now r. l. I,ul be wiil nut du en, and call, in" a u li tai ami oilier hard nmrnce, ne ane I ii.;i birn ii ii- will not do , I ehall Ii compelled bi become an inf irm' r. N , in d uiiK o, I wmb II to We j cii-ariy uaderat ! that I do not want lo ace hun piuii.hr.!. but am niiy obliged-, from a iw-nn of .hiiv lo niyai if and th wick ria. Ui do tin. art. Tim b it iisfiii- ia Jatuc Harker. l'h-aae mad tin lo Hi. on.. TieiaAa J.na. James Hai ker will come forward, the teacher said, aa be laid aside the note. The boy thus called came forward with a guilty. downcMt face. Ili l vou make the noise I coninlain- .J of yesterday ? Y'es, sir. Why did you do it? B.ll Grimea, Heury IVlers, and Tom Tiice were aa bad aa I am. They mad ' nuiae too. j William Grituea, Hanry 1'etera, and j ITbimaa I'rii-e will come Lrward. The three boya came 1 came forward; ' U. TbomaA ,i ii.bt is au ibf-rtn-f er, an d Jarnea Harkej ia a t.-11-tale. H-i 1 a. khi a tie laiU-r Ui-.-oh h I, In' n.t- : ttf.hatrl tut ltu oil all a t,l tf. iu tint liie of w-ui t Ui si IiLkh o JiUUiilif ,1. An. I ii, roctimtc'l t ii" lim lii r, h t ivry n-.y hoLUim 1 hums. Juiu- fur imt la l,a l-tlir, l lip hia Lit in. Not a huu. I ii iiiiK-J Nu, li t ai! who 'itnu of his con iltu t h.ii I ll)i their hall U i.Ji'iv hau l wan hfu-.l. Mi l ry fjnt h"Ll-i tll',l. 'lhuiNii-tti a tbvu iliitiuiKM'.l; i.n.l lUv olhjii.li-ra loft witb t! i 1 0 l,"t't "" ! ui!t i this ti :iclu r, t J i 1 0 ili't'l U an he luuht we to t o l at ,or 1141 ir K""1 "Ji '!aie i itm ' -,'"K,l- Mr. Join (jm utioncl Iiin kvti Unit ottiiiuj,' aooiit tu l-u t of hm ft, ant Tbotuaa u h stiy tohl huu wb-tt bad own 1. i a iy a inv, hithw, b con tin u,'l'i ' bavt tu i xjiu J uut-4 U loii "1M bo!e ncIhhiI; Mini really I loit u ii I MOIliu Hiililu r btf Ullinh-t llltNl If tilUU HOtt hllll lilHlil Ul'Oil. 1 aw g!u 1 I lint your bi'iiit iloi-a you ; nn iniu.li tr il;t vour ln ;i I, mv sou. Ulu,0'"f? HfUt-a i-f tbi bfc, Uuty at tiiuta aturi.lv U...nl. ua t, Jo hat wouhl uludlv o o .1 if it ro oohm- , . " " . , , . , i,u, u Wttr r,j,,t iu ibunifi to kt t I' IllibU lllislllul lilW OOll lllllllh of vour aehool-iuutuiri au l voui Nelf. Con tinue, iny iluar boy, to think for youi aeil, to tnki) the reMpoiiKilulily of iIcckI iiifj, uiiil to bravely th vt hut you ba lievo to be nghL A June motive, thoughtful! i'Bi, uianliiu,'iH, mid cour age, ure uearly iikm lo goilline.-H. Tub Art ok Tuinainj. Ono tif the bent modes of improving in the art of thinking is to think over Homo tmbjict before you read upon it, ttiid theu to observe after what manner it lias oc curred to the mind of noiue great mas ter. Yon will theu observe whether you have been too rash or too timid, what you have omitted and iu wbut you exceeded, uud by this process you will insensibly catch a great miuiuer of viewing a question. It is right in study not ouiy to think whenever any extra ordinary incident provokes you to think from time to time what has passed; to dwell upon it, and to see what trains of thought voluntarily present themselves to the mind. It is a most superior babit uf some minds to refer all the particular truths which strike thorn to oilier truths more genera), so that their kuowledge is beautifully methodized; and the general truth ut any time sug gests all the particular exemplifications or any patliculur exKiiiplilieution at once leads to the ganeral truth. This kind of understanding litis an immense and decided superiority over those con fused heads iu which one fact is piled upon another without the least attempt ut classification and arrangement. Some men always read with a pen in tueir hund, and commit to paper any now thought which strikes them; oth ers tnibt to chanco for its reappear ance. Which of these is the best meth od in the cotiduct of the understand ing, must, I suppose, depend a greut dual upon the particular understand ing iu question. Some men can do nothing without preparation; others little with it; some are fountains, some reservoirs. Thouhht. Next to the good heart and clear conscience, is the clear bead. Dull thinkers are always led by sharp ones. The keen intellect cuts its way smoothly, gracefully, rapidly; the dull one wears its life out against the simp lest problems. To perceive accurately and to think correctly, is the aim of till mental train ing, and I had almost said of life it self. But I will not say that. Heart and conscience are more than the mere intellect. Yet we cannot tell how much the clear, clean cut thought, the intel lectual vision, sharp uud true, may uid even these. Some bay that a man nev er feels till bo sees, and when the ob ject disappears thu feeling ceases. So we cannot exaggerate the import ance of clear, correct thinking. We should eat, drink, sleep, walk, exercise body and mind, to this end. Just so far us we fail, we make dolls and idiots of ourselves. ,V cast away our natut at armor and defense. The designing make us dupus; we are overreached by the crafty, and trodden under foot by the strong. Very likely there is a low murmur of conscience, too, for falling below its pure ideal. This adds a sharp bting to the shame of conscious dull ness. . A man's great power in the natural world, among Nature's forces, water, steam and lightning, is not in bia mus cles, but in his brain. Any horse can pull harder, lift more, and endure more tlian the most perfectly developed tnan. But a single human braiu can control a nation of horses. It ia for ns, then, to look, out fot tnis. If we would bbare what has not only given Napoleons, Ciesars and Alexanders their power, but the great conquerors of natural forces aa ivi.ll -tha Fnltoiiu nn I the M.irm'ti let us look out for the brain, let ns that late suppers and indigestion do , not rob it of its vitality, that alcohol! d.4 not harden it, nor want of sleep j goad it on to insanity; but that moral, ' houi st living mav render it the clear, ! strong, glorious thing it may btcoiue. lib Schoolmaster. ! ----- - i Witb HE AH IIlIJ' TlittOl on. Jon-j athiill says be couldn't help laughing at an anecdote of a man accustomed U make long prayera, who bad persuaded '.. a guest, greatly ugaiuat hia inclination,, to stay to urak!at. lie prayed ana prayed, till bis impatient gut began to think of edging quietly away, and walking off, but iu attempting it be waked tip the old man a bun, wb ww aalefi) iu hi chair. How aoon a ill tour father tie through ? wbiajicte i the guest. Ha Le got to the Jews ? luled the to ig reply, in the aame tone. S'o, aai-l the other. Well. then, ba ami half through, re- p'iit the rJ, and cor:ii.Hs.d bm.s!f again to bia nap; whereupon the g-aet 1olU-d at om-e. ! I'lkiiTuM KliMTT'i lli'kil ri.a"H I Tkk S; li ix'a Jrati Wry (. w fe- If I liii C"iinin tinu gi t. inert aa-j bia'e Kivei.ij.-iia havo aren a f!fetrr mg ut it. ten lit rat liii'ie will, in a fiv ! quantity cf . ', or vimiiI trior .!a, be no r ciu for l ei f iu tba mat - valuable on.a, tban tbn t'.nipieM. Kit kfta Tbt niiiiiatrr of ivrictt.tnr Iiaa jiii, :,. .iif.H.s that the In. I a report ytm ntt.l to bun by tba j tt, aautee of the SulUn a )ti.roiitua. ci'inriiiiiee f..r eiitoiirairiiig lopts'pbagv, I ptar fabnloua to her, tVinrkte ar- and it conlums ei.ti.e 1 .'iiroe Dial will atai lie epn un a bo li i,l d tin pra.v tiee an iib.Mniiii.bie. It was o.i l!. '.Hh of July. I"''i'i, tbat the filet bora fleab mail w.ii opened; and from that day to the 1'iiJ of the year tilj atimla were cut up mi l m !d to ct foitU tue l'aria dm ing r.bU i This would be al the late nt Is. hi a ii cm. In Imi" tlm whole mini-l-fr of si'liiil ii tins wii 2LV2, allowing an incre me of ul out .'tKl. Ag itn, in 1 xi tS. thine whs a nearly equal il cronaei ; for, in that year, the uiimber ro to 2, Ul. Tin CO bundled head of 'call in' la a good round number to be added lo aril previous year's consumption; ami it is n proof that, knowingly or not, the rarisiiiia are habituating theiuwilves to dim) oil that dulii'iicr whicll was ao rel- i idied by one of them, who, while oil a ; visit to London, daily pun hau'd hia vi ! aiulu from a burrow-trundling cosier at the rate of 'dree tnorceaiix, on a leetlo i ati-cek, for nn pannie.' Every borae carcass y Ids about ;l(l kiloyraoinma ' of meat, or about JoO pounds; so that, j in lSllH, there was about a million of pounds of tli sh calen. lhis is only lor I'm is; the committee have not yet w cnretl tlutu for the whole of France; -but they think that iu 1HCH, the amount may be slated at two million kilogramme. They aro proud of their progress, and well they may be; but who envies them ?--Onco a Week. A Hint to this DisoosrrMTUi. All human situations have their ineonvon iciicu s. V, e Lei lliosa tiiut wu find iu the present, uud we neither feel nor see those that exist in another. Hence we often inuke truoblesomechaiiges without amendment, and frequently for thu worse. In my youth I was a passenger l a n little sioop (lescuiuliug Hie ivuia warn. There being uo w iud, we were obligud, wheu the tide was spout, to cast anchor ond wait for the next The beat of the sun on the vessel was execs sive, uud the company atrangors to me. Near the river bide 1 saw what I took to be u pleasant green meadow, iu the middle of w hich was a largo shady tree, where, it struck tnv fancy, I could sit and read having a book in my pocket uud pass the time agreeably uutil the tide turned. 1 therefore, prevailed up on the ciiptuin to put mo ashore. Be ing landed, I louuil the greater tl my meadow was really a marsh, in crossing which, to come at my tree, I was up to my knees in mire; and I bud not plac ed myself under its shudu live minutes before mosquitoes iu awarnia found tue out, attacked my icgs, hands and face and made my reading and my rest Im- possible; so that I ctnmod 'to the beiicn ana cuiittu lor Uio boat to couio and take me on board again, where I was obligud to bear the heat I had striv en to quit, and also the laugh of the company. Similar cases in affair of life have sineu fallen under my observa tion. rrunklin. How Small Exi-kniiituhhi Count. Five cents each morning a mere trifle. Thirty-five cents per week not much; yet it would buv colleo and sugar for a whole family, $18.20 a year and this amount invested in a savings bunk, at the end of a year and the interest tbero' on at six per cent., computed annually, would in twelve years amount to more than $(179 enough to buy a good furm in the est. Five cents before breakfast, dinner and supper; you'd hardly miss it, yet it is fiflueu cents a day- $1 05 per week. Enough to buy a small library of books Invest this aa before, and iu twenty veins you have over $.1,000. finite enough to buy a good bouse and lot. Ten cents each morning hardly worth a second thought ; yet, with it you can buy a paper ot pins or a spool of thread. Seventy cents per week il would buy several yards of muslin; $!17.50 in ono year - .eposit this amount as before, und you would have $ 1,310 in twenty years; quite a snug little for tuiio Ten cents before each breakfast, dinner and supper thirty cents a day, It would buy a book for the children; 2.10 a week, enough to pay for a year's subscription to a good newspaper; $1011.50 per year with it you could bnv a good melodeon, on which vour wifo or daughter could procure good music, to pleasantly while the evening hours away. And this amount invest ed us before, would in forty years pro duce the desirable amount of $15,000. The Kovai. FaMii.y or Ekolakd. As it may not be uninteresting lo many of on r readers to read the family record of Queen Victoria, we give the follow ing authentic record of the present roy al family of Greiit Britain: The Queen Alexaudrina Victoria, on ly (laughter of Edward, Duke of Kent, was toni May 21, 1810, and succeeded to the throne on tho decease of her un cle, William IV, June 20, 18117. Hhe was crowned at Westminster, June 20, 1H:JH, and married to her rotisin, Fran cis Albert Augustus Charles Emanual, Duke of Sale, I'rince f Saxe Coborg, and Gotha, Feb. 10, IW). Hba ia the mother of nine children, as follows: Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, born Nov. 21, 1810, and married to I'rince Frederick William, of Prussia, Jan. 29, IH-IH. Their issue is three children. Aiitert Edward, I'rince of Walea, Ac, born Nov 'J, 111, and married l'nn-' fas Aiexandri of Denmark, March 10, 1W8. 'I heir issue ia two children. Alice Maud Mary, born April 25, 1813, and married I'rince Iimi of Heea Dnrmetadt, July 1, 18(12. Tbeir issue ia two children. Alfied Lrneet, born Aug. C, 1818. Helena Augusta Victoria, bora May 25, 1 8 Ml. Louiaa Carolina Alberta, lorn March 18, 1H11 Arthur I'atriik Albert, trn May 1, 15(1. lopold George Duncan A!brt, born April , 1H5.T I atric Mary Vict na IWlora.bom Apiil 11, 1857. liiora of former Sn'Uiia, made of ailvvr aril gold, line the walls; eon I of mail of au. li amall ring that they rppaar to tm woven of aomu llcvible Uaaua, ate auMi'ii-lo 1 from pillar, but abuia all it the armor of Sultin Mural, the con queror of Bagdad. The braal jilat ia of tfold, ouinpttitely rue rue tod Willi larga patterns in provieus atones; lha dia dem, wbit'h is wound around the tur ban, consists of three enoinioua finer alda, and thirty two of the most bran tiful diamonds, cfti-h surrounded with I patls An elephant uf solid gold, two feel high, ia tain bite. I on a pudcatal cr uamtuted witb laige peal la. A table covered Willi brillian topaz, a; tbonvands of wonderful fur rot a covered and laden with jwels; ousb ioua and divan, belonging lo tb thrones of former .Sultana, of cloth and gold, fringed and tasselled with orien tal pearls; cradles of pure gold; large vases of beryl of iitfalrulabl value; (.earls weighing three thousand drachma each, da'gara, swords and shield. All tliee tell of the wealth of the Sultans, wheu Europe trembled before the pow der of the Tin k. A Chaniik of Nm. Iu the Itcvolu tiouaiy War there was a sergeant of tba nauio of Arnold. On an occuaiou of tho triHips being reviewed by Bui on Steuben, w ho was a great disciplinar ian, tho name of Arnold was called. The baron inquired of the ctiminandei' if he bad one iu the ranLa that bora thu numo of that anhtrmtor. Thu re ply was be Lad. Cull bim to the front, said the baron. Sero-eaut Arnold win railed, and the baron said to bim: Are you not ashamed of your naiue ? It will bu a disgrace to you as long as you live. Drop it. But what iiume can I take? was tho reply. lake mine, said the baron, who w.b a bachelor. There is no one iu this country to boar it after I am gone.' Tho sergeant consented, and be and bis descendants were ever afterward called Steuben. A largo tract of land was votod to the bin on for bis valuable services, and tho country iu which it lay is called after him. Tho baron be queathed a portion of this laud to bis namesake. Xkuvb Cuunr.MTs. The rut of spead of the nerve currents has been proved to be about from seventy lo ninety foet per second. If man receive a blow in the foot, it takes' about one-fifteenth of a second for tba sensation to reach the braiu, and as much longer to send buck a message to have it withdrawn. In tho case of a man, this ia but a short time; but in the case of a whale, if a harpoon were driven into bis tail, it would take about two seconds btfore the blow could bo driven quite tinio enough for the attacking boat to bo be yond its reach. The time necessary to form an act of reflection was calculated in this way: Dr. De danger concerted with the subject of bis experiment tbat if the latter received an electric shock on bis right side bo should touch a lev er with bis right band, and if on the loft side with his left band. Il was found that if tho subject was informed beforehand which side would receive the shock, tho interval of tuna between receiving the shock and bis touching the lover was 0.20 of a second; but if he were not told the interval was 0.27 of a second. The process of reflection, then, took 0.07 of a second. Ii Love with a Fat Gikl. Don Pi att says: I was iu love once with a ful girl, hho was very fleshy. She was enormous, but the caurso of true love came to grief. We were sitting in the dim twilight oue evening. I wua senti mental; I said many soft things; I em braced part of ber. She seemed dis tant. She frequently turned bar lovely bead from inc. At last I thought I heard a murmur of voices on the other side. I arose and walked around; and then found another fellow courting ber on tho left flunk. I was indignant, and upbraided ber for treachery in thus concealing from nie another love. She laughed at my conceit, as if she were not big enough to have two lovers at ouco. Ilicura. Many a man is rich without n.. i .1.1 money, dtiousaiiiis oi men wiin noiu ing in their tioeket are rich. A man born with a good heart and good limbs and a pretty good beaLpiec, is rich. Good tones are batter than gold, lough muscles than silver, and nerve tbat flush fire and energy to every function are better than bouses and lands. It ia better than landed estate to have Lad the right kind of father aud mother. Good breed aud bad breed exist among men, a really aa among Lard aud borate. J Juration may do much Ui check the evil tendencies, or to de velop good once, but it f a good tLing to inherit the right proportion of fac ulties to begin with. At a trial iu an Alabama town not long since, one of the witnesses, an old ladv of some eighty years, wo closely questioned by the opoiiig counsel relative to tba clearnesa of her eyesight Can you see me ? said be. Vee, she answered. How welt can yon aee me ? persisted the lawyer. Well enough, responded the lady, to see tbat you re neither a negro, an In dian nor a gentleman. Ibe answer brought down the bouae and silenced the cui.aeb A Macioo darkey np for aaaanlt aaid: De man tit m wid Lis fiau, I tiel'rally offended inywtdf, abut off a knife and called cn de young tnan to resist nit.