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NUMHKH 2; MANCIIICSTKR, VERMONT, THURSDAY .MORNING, XOYEMHEIl ?A b71. VOLUME XI The ManchMiT Journal. tVtUtfO ft &f 7ttlLiif t.0. Ii T D. K. h nio x I) S , : tMT B I ii' r MfT-'R. Vk mm ttmill H tat .4..aw. tll "! r ii4, . e uhim:ss iuin.tnoiivi ATTvUm As Cr("AU.h T LAW, , ?.o MM lk t (-.'.- M.f, j Nm1.mu, JCbJ T.fmAH. prhTo 1 VI'Mtn.;, ' ATTOlXtT AMi XlT.U.OM AT I AW (.; tisa C.fltl II !. Slam (ilr, Tl. ! II K l! I I B. TTonsrr at i , ". -1 .,) It, .(.! AfrM, . M4 IJf la'i . 4t.4 ( onttB.atuii. tr f..r ,S lit. OS us Mtia Hlratt. lUt l,l-r. Turnout, Ii HuWAt.H, ATTOllSJY AMI Ivt'NhJ.: l.it ATI (m tl IVtMfftfr. Ik ((.17 Potiit J I. BATOII I I'KH, AllOllSRY AMK ol XM I f l.n AT LAW, Ait.Be'j n, VI. WA1 1 l.M N A I I I li. afU'ItVr.Vi AND (Ot Nnl I.I.OIW Af LAW, trl R-.ilirlu.Tt (a liicry, Jtmnit, Vl. Jul l, : HAiiFu, Attm t tni Couuti U' t t La , ta l H-.hi ito in l.tri rf Ufttt In Cmil 11 mto, KiiiUim, Vtrm' iit. Sllft 1. U. 1IKMI.NWAT, M. I)., Hu'i .ii r. f HTIRUN A N I h I It 0 E 0 S, (ifte tl roaiili-uct, Mtin Slittt. lii (I. II. HWIFT. I) E S T I H I, fiAft illa ll.B Mu.ii? Hail, Muulirttir Vt T'rmt Cub. 1 134 l. H Cl.FM'iX, M. IV, l!. 8. EXAMISISrt HCIII.LON Full IXTAl.II.sj Faotl.iiit, ami 1'rai Ikiur Fhiaician. Attn, tf.nl fir W'tttf irtti'a l.npr.l Tiasa. 1 (Iftl.t tl til tat r.'.iJ.nc of l'r. I.ro, 1,. Aunt, ' Facility r.iiiit, Vt. I.. M.WKI.F.1C. M. D., IHISICIAS A 8 f BO EOS, . Ailisfttoa, 2 1 y Vrrmnut. W. S . I'HII.LirH, M I). AttiOKliin, ..... VeiBiont. rilYSIClAX ANI HlTlOF.O.S. DBlft tt ai-aiilnirt). L . C . O li V I H , Wholttal tu l litltil iK-tlt't in Willi, atF.t'VlM.S, FAX. J (UMHiS, Ac Cofiior of Mtin A ''ulna Hirf ai, MaiK-hr.lar, I"1'? Vermont. II . H . II A H V , tlF-SEUAl, imriiANCP. AtiENCY, Flit, Lift and AcciJctntl. ArtlDtion, ... Varmont, A.ll fit Vermont Mutual Fir luauratire Co l. n. cor, Jiiair AM) KUOF.t, lluoki, Hiiliniiry au.l Jc telry, ttmiuitrjr A., Maiictirater, Vt. o. a vr.t.i, N AMfACTCliF.il OF HOOTS AMI MIOKS. . BEira, vt. l arUru'ir tlitutlon l'l t i ll. pairing. o. r. w iriiiniui m a CO., Nanttftoiarrit nl KNIT H lit T AND H K A W F. It S Vat lr l'.ii.l, Venn it O. A WILKlNttiS, P H O T O (1 P. A P 11 E II , TvVff Ptiinl, - . Vr-minnt. It'mtiiai A latoa lU'.l. til; 1. I!. (iRAVFHI, LIC EXP El) AVCTIOSKEIi. latl Af!)ii;ln, Vl. B . W . H A I HI II F, Mailufa. turr of TITT. (T.I.LhKATTll MrLAt C.HI.1X Ft MP, OMera pnxr.pl); t'WA- Fl Atlinnt.'ii, Vt LIVtflT MAlil.F, il , A I . A . VCX SOX. Vattckttttr, . . Yeraii.tit. .n thurl aollra IF tod Caitrt f;!rmtid tnJ tt rttis.tiat iff lrw. 4JI) C ft. WILLIAM. i(..-t ta l B tl 0 0 J S . OttflCEGIf I, K-Kit twl lko. CiKi.rr, h-, , tut lf.t-tta. Iul-I 1.1 PALM LEAP IIATK, ' 4ll) !Mt 1. t.ii..;, Vint!. , i eta O. NITM, tiKT O0l, ORXltlF, FU'!"B, Mtrt.trt, OtiHtiiut. Htia. C.(, tVs.it A !. : I'aifcla. I '.a, tlivl taluiali., l'4;t M. lli'.sia. A , 4ti.Uil tsftiih 1Aib.KJrrT', Vl. . . l I L L E P. . luU t:u4 ui . I. H.eryi II A 8 R I 8 mill If, 1'a.i.A iilyila) Veraiett. P . O L T 0 S . ! .( it I ht U sOUi, lihiHihSL-, Ciiis. KtliY. Htr4.tr, Hat, :. Bs tnl s. r t.a,ij t wiM.a. V.iu. tij.ii.- ITKXIV. A i u-.r. ASCHITCCT. X. ysj I ivtiSi, Ti y, I'uk, (Villa. Ir ttt sp :.'.! f. I'U.t- l(a .4 t-ry ... i , Ik. I'M tut ttl tvut). . rav iiiifs I : . J, N I .k. Ad -i,r !. fr i .' t" Ii I.. ItiUFM. fri.jH. I I' I. M I" it A L L, lUtt-O. X i , I 3 1Xl ...'. i M lt0" i tt f. ai.4 iu 6i ! of ir I f l ru.a, t t,Jr It A I It'" W I I I.. t C . W 1 I. t, ll 1) , j B i' J T I ii o rut., Wtalnuflno, tl.li l'.''- I h I. j Mi II () 1st, Py 1. A ILi. EI!i lv;, ii'if Xvrisjut. the t. g i i x o x ii u rst, f ir.! 4? Nl, J.jU.il I,j )Urt' :i! r, ..... atmn.l F. H. uliVH, I'r. jiiiHiir. ti-n JNms to (Ku-lcr. V A 1 P. i; I, I j' 11 T K I , XUn -1 c' . , Vrini'jiif. K. 11. VuMKUr, l'rriirit'l !. j " j--. Its fiitiic jri-r. ;t T ii r. k I. m ii o t k i; , Mniirkri't'-r, - Vi-iHumt. I II U.U. F, dhVlH, I'ri.i H. u.r Ojxu fr sn Mj in NjtiihIk r. iTl.v T II V. I. A 1 I! K t. 11 O I." H K , Ctulrii-itill ) !), l it-lill ll nutuin, 1 1 niil'n Mint cf Hit M"tinuia ii mrf. 'Jlil'.t .1 I.. K( Ht'Tr, l'r.iprli tiir. I! A It tl IV E I. 1. H O I h y. 111 i. W. a n..J, lSut'.al.l, I til)) V.llnr.Mi. WIM'HAM I'ulNit' IK'tttl", I'lTfi'milln, Virm.uit. ('. I. Mrnsa, . Proprietor. I i. s.i.l l;.i:mi f 'i Hurami r Itutntert. H Tunna riaannal.lt'. .V'lvl '! A 11 1. I X 11 T 0 S E. KotTi.i;rr, H o I, s r. , , i'r.ijii itor. i A. Ariiiigtim, Vnaioiit. "'''J ' " 7. A 8 II I X O T 0 N HOT!. L, OI'.O. V. IlAKl It I'rupilfbir, J Yorminit. ! IllllIM'), Onml to .ini..It! .on f..r tuminer btnl. ra at ritmiUtlili1 (irlf-aj. ii l)l.'il IlKOMI.F.V IIUl hK, Py (Ifo. K. Itvit, I'ura, Vtraiout. irrmt Mmprti. Xit't IUs'int tor Hiunnii'r li.iaiih-rt. to.n iiEBi I: P. H.Ortia, 1','jiilu a iImi.sk. Mtnolieatpr. VI. 1 .1. M. . Cliiimi, Ftcl.irj 1'i.iut, Vl. 401) 1 I. 0 1) O MINI ll O b' H K, Fro lalauj, KTKITIFX P. COXKIJS, - - - Proprietor ISIi iiiIhI A.vonirnoilaliMia for Famnict Hi.cn.K K. t Air. (I.shI b.iliiiu, Fialnnfc, (inn iin.k', Uccsn aud mill ISaihing, etc. li I'ntu I'r.nia 1miIv fii.m Near York liT Homli smc liailrotd. 41)15. . LAX DO X, 220.127.116.11 m Iicady-Mitdo l'.oota and lioea. Lt.t.ft' aini'if 1.1 , Mi.a. in J 1 uiliireu's, uf ill t.jlft tn.) .pi.litira, ami il,n,rti.ii mtiiul.c ur. Ah ...m ..rr.im. ', ., ....... .! A -u Kubt-j-r Loot., Over U.ttt,Uvcrbo.'B. S. I.-'Thctie at.lt. Umu MlTa'u.'or.l.r. Jliflx 1,'Utt hAI.tr;. 75,h00 F.nvelopon, at tli Jul bhu, nflivB, f .r tale cln a(i. f:vtry Tt ne y ol buaiiu m t.nv.'lo.i. 61 WILLIAM T A T T 0 X X... l, l'i, H'J Main S'ruit, s.jriii(fli-lil, Masstclint:ttt, Import i r tnl Jul.bcr of XVITOS'H AM FANCY OWLS, l Cl'v kt, IVrfuimrirt, Pr a. h loniinf ami til kiinit 1 i.f It.iua, I'iIi.I. Allinilli'lOo.i toll I't.ll larklf. All nivl. r tilt mrcl Willi .rnuij.l atiiMilioii. 4li210 : yn,i.iAM Moru.is, i Aisir.it, (.nu.vF.n and Paper Hanger. (i ji it I.M al T. Parkin' prompt all. 'rill... ii. Mti-rtiiMHrr. '!'.. 20. 171. ttoro nilt rfci.iir lsiyl.'.n J A C O 1! 1'.. UBitlKtuD, Wrniotil, Wali-r in Ijlb, F.iiit.Hn liirn, lloisi rj. Ii. Maura, wh'clt, w a unjustly altered, but ful 1 1' Tua tnii,(i, tel., of iht lx-t I'uiiiy j nut iinpii.Tcd, to adapt the poem fm' teci trw tl city j n, a. .tulioiiiii public, is given roi reclly in the Ail m.h rs fcy D il rr. niptlf t'.Uio.li A tn. Ivan i s-ioti, i.. O t. Alb. Is71. 2 '1' MIAKI.fc.- HAlill.N'l Watch 5f.ker anJ Jeweler. Mr Har.tma tin U.rit p.t ills la. i la ipf piil.l t in n .tl f..r ai,.J li.'pll J! t C-.noiin.ln'a ..I Hi- .anir in ti,e luiuin. ti a.aot.sur, pirn - !l . I . ... ... . . - . .-f. ... .,. h.. I,... n bt)i.ii. I iimMm. Wi.l a ata b fntti.4 tlf.r tl Ll Lett .1 ira lf I I nirfcl tti VF.rilaol hltcus. tira Ail writ tWn ita a..pauh. Office t T. Ptrkitit' liar J ware Store uppoailc Maant 11 all Sli:chistcr Vermont. J MPKK, I.l'MI LR w. ii. r FAX. Fart?? rvi.'.t, .... Verne MaiiV tcrr tnj At tier ia 'tit. spture, Hemlock arsl Hardwood EuiiiU-r. !.',; iif Tml.tr 'fi fai ir mj Jird leit'fc tti !. liwiiLW .r l(i M.J ire fca.f t tfciW r h s4 tt.r.. bratt-r 1 t, ' I'M; aJ-l..a W. IL FEAX, i Fai Uitr putiik, V rmotrt lianh I, ll ' t Oi J)VMD AP.NUl.D tsrtrft 111 fin li'-' f.rvn'1, Prfjw.t;, ltl. I a Iv. ! mil Cr irt" , ltai.)ar I'rua, W.i.-. Ac. lliiV. VFtiM sr. ' .. tH-itiif'.r. t il, J t dif..J at ti.t)iiu Isln i.f tl t t tn-ain iisil f r lr'in. I ! biilinl l lint lawtu i IU ( Il.w4 (iiVi'l .' ! if lii r!;!;i!, Im n.inti'o (.'filial , li)'iu;itr it tt -i Hifir rare ul' tl j; nrt, atxl ji . .( a -Hi j !. i -a 1 1 1 'U it llt j;ri( . K'lin iiim tiiiMii , Muir ; i liinr rittliii-iatii U , but ! !j;n'i'i t i'li ail l fs jit tl.-. ir v'uc'tn r, j i Kiiutt ins; !,i i , uiiiiril) n II'Miilii' tMil" III till' IIK'IIiIm'I !( I(H U aitllll ( ltlll, j n Im, nil! a i-ou.j niiinii. wk l.ii)iii(.' ; li.i- in.iiii., in the vi.ihitv, ami wlin, M..,.,,r,l at the h..-i!,ry for the ViKM with i hi. ii.ih'iiiii'vii. hti'l a wayer with him j that the laiiii t.r it t-luuiht ii lii-c t agree j with hp. a.M-rii-'n. j nun u it im1 i !iiii run n m mi i ' ' , ii ,. ' ll i lnvill i'i ii i m in ll.f IfHtii-.l Imrlt ! : . . .. . - . . i - . . i I :.. . I !. ...I I , : K..-,. . ... ...hi ..... iH'nijj jiiiiiru b -the landlord, tln one to-.k t'i hu pur- I i,B I i I aniii'-rd I hut it a very fine trout fc! 1 r'tlit Mint ll til 11... V:i !i'l' lr'ii. .11'. le. ( . t.;i.'d the himliord, vou niav H so ! ' l.ir a gn-.it ii u iii br-r ot line irmu have iii eu ; taken ( re, and there, a it- a great; m .in h II H. 1 t-Kl't ni"t, rohtiiilted the fportslimli, ' I Inula oml,rto! experieueo there, I , wi n! d.iw n ciii iv in the iiiorning (n rx- j : ci lli'M time f.ir li-li, sail! the landlnrd.) j a d lliiottiinr tn v llv up the broken wat or. ju-l at I liu loot of a rift, ft lai'e trout tucked the (It from the Mie.ll, almost be lt no I knew lhal he had murk. (A Tcrv t coiiiiii.iii tl.iui;, t'lilleiiH'ii, said tin; land hod, liiey ai: ol good sie.) I perceived that he wat very huge, and that I hod not l nl'l" to tuke litni w ith the tackle that I had. (No ordinary pole nud line will hold the large trout, said the land lord.) to I went ami got a lied eord for a line, (iheie l nothing safer to hold a larye trout, than n beil-coid wat iheeoni im utari) ii'.d going on lo the blacksmith I h.ul lit ta forge me a hook about the tine, ol that on mi ox eliain. (Avery proper and i fully the only sale honk for the large kind, bloke iu the landlord.) turn going lo a friuml, I got a large, piece of sail pork lor a bait. (It is sin pricing, mid Ihe landlord, how loud the huge kind is ol salt pork.) I was Ihiis well provided for the occasion. Throwing my hook info the water, il w.n instantly aeizetl by til.; trout (iliev are always a-ioiii.-liin' quick, said tin! hiudlord.) but I found lieu ll was iiiinosiuie ii.riue to uoiu linn, t)K. mM) ttaid thi) Ian. Iloi d, can hold lho-e lul'ge ti-li.) and I wut at 'osi W hat to id i, until noticing a sunup oy t lie sine ol the stre.ilil, 1 took il hitch iiromid it wiih the line ami fancied that 1 could ,,,, ul , ,,,, ,i;.ovcl t0 be lotteu, and hi) pulled il over. (No rot- t'' stiiinp can hold one ol ' llm big kind, i . i .. i . . . i . .... l . i i.. i ....r : .... 'l lauoioiu s.hc.iiih, i.owMiig i ouicklv tiioiiiid, I saw small ash tree ! nh.uit Ihe size of in) thigh, and gelling a j sailors hitch around it, 1 brought my I ti-h to a halt. (S'coml-gi owth iish is Ipowcifiil tough ami strong, ejaculated the landlord lor the story wai liecotniiig exciting.) The a-h held, ami for tlitee hniirs thai fih struggled before I conquer ed him. (It's ivomlerfitl how long Ihe criltcM will fight said (ho landlord.) When he became, quiet, I wondered how I should get him up to the house, and il. ...ll.. I I...I l.fimrlit mn nt Ihn tut mi. r'a In ll.p r; f!htn 1-f.tt i'f t!.f ; V-t nii. i r.mxtiy lavidi !i 1 on ii I, ,:!- ! frin2 r u-;rv, i!.riHi'h w !: ! f a F.neir . ;....i ..r...: , .1 : siiinc-iiuiil 111111 nil' 'i. in.iiu-m.Hi U1..1 iiixeiiH the haiidiest way lo move that big kind said the hiudlord,) and we drew ihiiii up uinl left him in the door md of : t (, j.,, im.r'8 house ; mid tlu'ie he staid for I a long lime, urnl the farmef't little i children made a great pel of him utid j played with him. (li's curious said the j lauilloid, liow gentle and frolicsome that , nrc u, ,10 i,t0 children ) Af- n.wbiio Ihn farmer told me that lie got 1., of mvJllf iim , ll)C ,oryt.VaI. (Tliereie is a kind offM.y, .lisagr'-eiible 1 smell about the big ones, Mild the lund- j lord.) Hinl so he lui ned him out into the ' haininid lo run with the. cattle, (ll'a an ' loiiis'hiu" said Ihe landlord, how well the large kind will thrive Just sot t o' picking around, on the dunghill). He did Very nicely nil winter, tlio fanner told Die; but, when spring came on, you may imagine my astonishment to find that every call hud gill, lint and a li-li's tail, like that internal Iish. 'Ihe landlord leaped fiotn bis chair and exclaimed : The w hole story is a darned lie: I don't believe a word of il. The bet w as won. NKH IKMIKI AVI) M A (i A . 1 1 K t . T T ri f- Tt...ll.,o-a tw.l-A to,!,. 1 li.he.l a new edition -much enlarged bv ihe luhliiioit of seven new pier- elf 1 at though duly impressed with the solem- 'llenutiliil Snow, and other lonn,"by .1. j nilv of the moment; btitthev had clmto'- W. Wat-n.i. The lyric, which eive .li j f( ',.OM .,. Toiutnv was nrraied Tn title to tin volume lust appeared in No. imof IIrif- lf .-Novcml.er27th,!,lllll!i s",lt t ''5 o ' Tom- s,si and, as the say i'ng is. tininediately j iny't knickerbockers and jacket, covered "i an the round ..f the pns" iu this eouii- j w ith a formidable army ol bright buttons; try ami I i r.i.gia.i.i. n na i .e . . ,a, ...- ..' ami l.'V several persons, uiu, nun .,. ,.r,.t..l;.1i,..io.,'f their various ,,..! teiisiuiit, we have no (touiii linn .nr. n ai sou reallv i the author. The rioting mci-clil eilllioii. .nr. n aisou, wuo ui' li'.l If guliii ly iieiong to --me pic, iihs ; consiili ial.le Uciliiy w hetlier knack or talfiit ive shall not pan-e to iniiqire in . i .......... ii i upon fitiiiili.tr siil.jccts. Nmii timet he In- j nance that she was conscious of her gro-tn-is leinleri.t ts and pathos into hit fl-j tcqut lir'-ii. us,,,,.. "I lie tn.i.-i I. io.fr i me C... .. " . 1 1. ..... IO..I ' Ul.,1 I'INtll llllUtl! 1'he Ohle-t I'iipprr on the . ., l.-,,i, . i 'u.,,o.t'ii.. I...I,... , ,!.; clas". ul'l'll stieet in the promt e.liii ht-te are; new mkiiis. " I he Ki- in the aint "rv.me n-re to .... aremr Xlid r.dV!M- - rH.y woman, i i ,. ,n.,ir.-.,..ltl,. will doubt i.-;; looming purple In the face with shame ave a Iu: " sale oni wn li.e iipproaciiing . . .. , b'H.k-bm log holiday si asriti. The, AU'iiitii M ,i,t),'y promise finely for llm next war. N vi ral new cimtrili- uetit tt.ve been enga jed ; and not the: Ira.i '"''"lll ',; ,,;.fi;h : : OUter v e.M! lloUi.et."" lii c'.t.iribo' j lioiii. (lid nun Ii to buid tip the repot at ion , ' of ihe magame til ihe stall. j 1 Pild't Vunrol V.o.Ai i a marvel of U'!tej,!i-, r.intnii.iiig ifial pieri- of ' !lU very lift! tnu.ic in t vrry tuimU-r so that a a'.iS.iii.c it a lie. nrc that twiyi womWwlw't't'mtrn'cTr. be'olf.-'mh ' i J ... linti. ' .1 1 ivifi. l o iula- j ii.ln rt, New Ymk. I 11...." I. f,t t'l t tfiaL 11.1 g'f.l litiiloVHi.f i.U for Hit lii-- tear, ll . it ra.Ii:v gaining a tn-i.t i jok 'among ; our iM.'rioti :.!. Pul'itahttl at N w burg, j 7k I'hetiv.t -jt !'it J "Vi -it'll ron'Siine; iu isit tie! 'liini.iiiv riot ihe place ji i de-ini 'l ir. t iiw r ihne ! tny thu.g lit the as leiiir of inrt, Im ?!iglin ilfil t tlaitit liileresling. I'utiuaLrJ by S. It. WcU. New Vwk. 4 P4NUI1 rXttLtlt. laa tuj..ait t. rt' t s at fiiain. M' cliu-f M 1 VtiA formiilalilt) dirtii-ul- t it iu rfri f Zauita't rri'tfou liiiiiiinr Kl. m b lu iiu It I 'ililp li'fli-liil . i' i Hi the orjrati of Vfiit-iatiori, am) the hail ii'l fr s-n ft r-tiiir.li ir lirlialt llvr . , , .... ,..., i, i Iifan) of our, until the rami lo ( laklaiul, it aa4 (liffloult to trach tier tny tort of ; rrrrrriirc for tin- liu!y ImiMiug. j Wliy it it tiiiiiKlity to lanjjh In thtm li, j an nt ? t)ic w tuilil av to my lecture on j gixiil behai ior in the cai-ri-d edifice llri'lllllut It ts ll.ii lillllkp ttf (iihI. atiit All , . . ,,...,, 0I,-'M ,M'Uve rertfiilljr In It. I io.l thire? Ve, he il i!! thi itiu. Mamma lol.l mo no one haj ever teen . . i i t .... , lioil. h ilnlii t he have a hotie in the t.ltfl'? , No, no one lint ever een Him, for he is ..: ... ... ., , , . . atpiiit, ami InvMhle lo human rye. j Hut he hat promised that when even two r three at.emble together in Hi liatno ho w ill he Btnnngt them. " j O, then it' for the people, cried Zanila jumping at om-e at the. Quaker principle . , , 1 . , of 8 ",,'ti iy iloe.ii t t.od come here, then, when you and I. and the ! protestor ami Murtlm, sy our prayers? Ill) lliH't. Then I suppose, she teinarked, w ith a Inetry twinkle ol her elfin eyes, lie wouldn't like tnc to laugh here; but 1 must laugh aomewhere ; perhaps, then, in the '(able would he best. She suddenly asutmed a grave, unxiout expression, as though she was really earnestly wishful (o accommodate the Almighty. 1 could not keep my counten ance, and was obliged to change the sub ject. Not having been brought tip to go to church, she could never be made to un derstand its importance and the gravity of the mailer; and her keen and pertinent observations made it exceedingly difficult to inculcate tlio formalities of religion. lint a climax of all arrived bhortly, w hen the, clcrgvinan himself was obliged to take her in baud. There was a little boy, a neighbor's; chilli, with whom Z in it a would take it into her head to pluy for a week together, and then drop him, and Inko up with a little girl on the other side of the Btrect. Ilu was a chubby, thinly little fellow, with innocent blue eyes that never knew a glint of mischief. Being two years younger than Zatiita, She made a com plete rat'a-piiw of him, compelling him to become the particeps criiiiiiiis In all her mischief, Btid then, a with Cozy, made him Ihe scapegoat. Tommy did it, was always her defence for every luisdemeau or. One Sunday morning--1 shall never forget It, as it witnested one of the mott absurd mortifications of my life I had niadi) her quite neat, and succeeded in keeping her clean until church time. O, aunty, Tommy and I want to walk to church together, and his mother says we may. Very well, I said; take him by Mie hand and walk straight, mid don't touch anything by the way. She started oil' She wore a scarlet merino dress handsomely braided and trimmed, and a soft w hite, velvet hat with feathers, alio looked dazzlingly beau (ilu! ; and people could not help re garding her admiringly when she went out iu this costume. The professor and myself walked on to church, which was not two hundred yards distant. Zunitawas not there, when wo arrived. Presently the Iicksons, Tommy's parents came in. 1 had arrang ed the books, and found the Sunday of the month, when I became aware of a strange rustling, and something which sounded like a titter through the congre gation. The minister h.id Just entered, j and fixed his large gray eyes on some oh iject in questioning surprise. 1 hastily turned, and there were the children w alk- i ' low,y 'h'c. '"I , lilUe hut j,UIIlliv 011 ,, , .. . P' lutlo follow completely over- powered oy tnc vetvei anil plumes. Tvo such ridiculous little mummer never before tickled the fancy ol a pious congregation. Tommy dress was much loo long fir him, and Zitiiita's pants in - decorously short. He wa! ed on in good rsith: tint s in was net nir so hm hi v o..,t ' - . 4.. j , H... no one could have told from her counte- Thp fr u, , , , . , I- 15 J . 1 fires in their ih'ws, as at the first ii;pver Mr. JMckmn ami myself mailt) a rui-h ; each to our metamorphosed brats, and i ... .( . 1,J;,n- , ,.t .i. , . ' . . .. ... . ami Horror, still tlie snaking or poor Totnfiiv in. Iii he was the color of bis dies. And both bid fair to have a fit ol tpoiilexv. Zaiiita' I said severely, wh n w n were outside the charch, I am ashamed of , ou. To t.tny, .he began, assuming a .can - daiized air, Tommy wanted No, I int. rruj ted, don-! attempt to put ''i Maine on Tommy; you know per - fef l!y wcil yon alone arc iesjoiisiti; f.,r the whole. Well, innly, the cried rctiiortttralii'y 1,!r,I"lf br "lanict, you know jou said toorself that Tommy should have Wn a - gitt, and it w at a mistake that I w as not a toy. So I told Tommy what jou ta'td, ' 'a 1,1 course I Iiaa to put Lit chithet on w hen be hail mine. jv hitn rig! t gratxl spanking, cried Mrs. Dirktmi. Zanita laughed, and teem' d In ptotpeel , .nliv I, At Mr. Di. kson't bouse. which k fortunately quite near at hand, . w cbt''K'l tbe respsreuve ganuetilt ' again. I Anuty, aiJ Zahita, wlir IncprfMiblr j wiic Irrm, ailmr-o'nt fruit, ami ronl ; U'tnjirraiiiriit, riuKl lu'trrb t.ullur.l lor J for, with a !vtie iiii.ti'rt'ri w tli of g "unt a tuoiiii tit, wnf lint a!! the r'i ! grtt-. T!h prurrjitioti ati r jji'iicr tiaogl.ty to.Jiy in i luircli? 1 ation. flutuifi an I d r. tln'ir ! ar. ttctnt Mi? 1 aVr.1. O, tliry aii latujln'tl w linn h : fi aii't it i ahockiiig ! , , I riilainrd Diat tlii nhotklujf f art vu ! tin-une Iki lia.l maito tbrni laugh. j . - , The following Ut 1 intriiJrtl calline tioii our tuiiiiklf r, ami making hat t-! tlra'uin aDcr !iHim ai-riiinulHtrt, ti'l puliation ami aMiojy 1 couM. lint lir j the vi elnlilc ;ili it ml'jiM t to the vrrt antii ipatcil me. ami ctmr iu tui injf ihr j lire of, it may I it.oitNiilof foi t of o!iJ . morning. j lie the ihilil had au extraordinary j teiote of Iminor; but that il ought to 1 i r('irrKed, anil that he would like lo tnt'ak I to her. 1 tent for her. Hie ramo in bit i ing the end of her apron, hanging her head, and adi'i'ting the greatest thyliett. The luinUter eyed her approvingly ; he thonght hit in.sing pretence had aut- ' f, , ' , 1 jduedhcr; but 1 had no nub lioie, lie I was a large heavy man, with dark hair ! aud biliou complexion; the most prom- luent feature of his fure wat decided I hook-nose ; biteiet, of an exceedingly neutral gray, were net in pair of tor toise shell spectacles, w hich gav him the look of tome wonderful and rare bird, such as one tret in museums. If Zmiila did not perceivp the rondo Mdti ol this countenance it would be a wonder. We had some trouble in getting her to approach him; the teemed to fearfully ashamed; and she did it to well, that the thought flew through my mind that the might possibly feel a little overawed. My dear little girl, sa'd the minister, I want to have a long talk with yon. want to show you what a wicked thing yen did yesterday in church. Zatiita answered never a word. She stood on one leg, and examined the nail ; on the sole of her hoof. Zatiita, stand straight, I said. She put down her foot and became rigid. Do you know, if you are naughty, where you will go when you die? said the minister solemnly, When shall I die? Bsked the child. I dont know: that is in the bands of the Almighty. Then 1 don't know where I shall go; that is in the hands of the Almighty also, returned Zatiita. Where will you go to when you die? she said, following up her advantage. To heaven, I hope, said ihe clergyman decisively. Then I guess we'll split tracks, and she laughed right in hit face. Zatiita, I interposed, you must not laugh when yon are speaking to the min ister. Aunty, I can't help laughing; ha it Just liU our jackdaw, and you always say you cannot help laughing at him, he looks so ridiculously w ise. 1 began to see the minister would rnak no way with her. My dear little girl, ho resumed, I came to talk entirely about your conduct yes terday. Do you know it is very wicked to assume male attire? What's that? said Zanita eagerly, pre. tending she icltai.xious to be enlightened Men's clothes, or boys' he added, lest she might find a loop-bole by his want of cxplicitiicss. O, cried Zanata. Nell Kadd always wears her liusband't pants when she trav els over the mountains. I've seen her iu them many a time, and I know they are Radd's. 1 am afraid she cannot be a very prop er person, said tlio minister evasively. The minister felt he could notpursuo this question ol 'woman wearing the breckt' much further, and being again outflank ed, said : Well, I think the best thing you can do will be lo learn your chctchlsm, and come to my Sunday class. Zanita had been sucking her thumb, and now brought il out with a pop. That's drawing a cork, she said, did I '01' kl,ow ' j Say 1 cried Zanita running to the door " 1 was politely bowing him out, hnve ! von got anv little girls? ' , ' ,. , . , he replied, 1 have three. Hare they got black rims around their ! even like you? she asked with her clflh ; ,allah 1 tint mr hand on her mouth, and ptishril her behind me, Our minister never wanted a second j conversation with Zanita; but repeated, i wnencAer we met, Irani up a cinia in li.e 1 wy fcliotiM go, and when he is old be ! no1 from it. From Mr: Tel- , virion i" J'uwi .'iim. llovt Co. I It F.ranrd We can now comiirehend the formation of a bed of coal in the olden lime. Iet us suppose that a certain bed of coal hat ."" ""c'eieu oy mr grow iu oi iimir ! la"1 l'lanl ovpr low lying tract tub- , eel 10 Inniiilations lrom the tea. lilting jKrottnd of gr.td.e or schistose rock, in U.e distance define, the margin of the i....;., .. ...1 il... l...... ,.!..,;. f . .,..,1 , '""" ' ""i""i" m wnumni i from w Itn-h Hie seilimetitary materials of ; Ihe coal strata arc derived. The growth) I of vegetation marks a pcrid of rett; but! 'now a slow tnbsidence of the whole tract ; my oflne cleik, ai d pay vou fifty dollar ' comuii nn-s. The bra, kith w.ter. of the a t.iomh. That w ill I all you will fan, ' ',,ur.v ",! ' wtf'r from ji fir.t war, pcihapt more, but Ml l ocean invaded Ihe Jungle carrying mud : give it. Then vou can sell out jour shares ' in suspension, w ith floating ttruii of trees ami get one hundred and fifty annual In- ' and fronds of ferns. Pretently the mud j terest on what it left. That will make subside., and cover in one uniform sheet j ou aeren hundred and lil'ty dollar a ' the acetiinaiated vegetation f eeuturie. j )er im-oine : The proeett of tubsidenre goes on, wbilej How call I live on thai ? a-kci Edgar 'the e current and river pour into the j in dismay. Iran a-suic oii my taiiot't estuary fine land and mud, in wbi'U i billt amount Pi iiftili that . . braucbe and stems of tree from the t) - ; laudt are inelinetl. I nit prm-caa comiiiurt uiiui u.r tint- jing ot the Ocean-Led. either altogether ' ceatet or it counter-balanced by the rapid- !iiy with which the wdiiuent it deposited, I he basin bfCJiriie gradually thallower, ' and the r iant Win lo appear, coinntenc - ing perhaps at the coast, and creeping . tnl until me wimie Dtjtiti i again ; overtpread by a forest of huge cryptogtv j ami linnk fallipfi aroiiiiii atil piR'lvia;!; I .ruiiiti!tiiii, tin' u! y tim- aitiiinn a tliii liiir of ,'.Oor a liuiuln-.l fri t. Tlr priN-rtt coin.l trtl. tlio t h.Iii aioii rout- nietii-rt to tntiMilr, the ttatrrtriin ami huiv the nia-ti of tliounniult of txnttit ir ; matter. Mv.tiw bile t hemical a w ell as im i hail-1 leal changes ensue, and in process of time j what w as once fm est is changed into a i Ix'd of coal. Sy a repetition of thi pio cess, with local variation, we may con-; reive the formation of any number of coa'-seatns, fieiiit ntly amounting in t1 me dist rids, to fifty or sixty, ami embraced, w ithin a vertical thh kites of several1 tliousnnd feet of shales, and auilst.iiii. ; Ages roll on, the strata are removed from ; their foundations, upheaved fro'ii tlieseit. ! bottom, the breakers and rurreuts sweep away a portion of the covering, and the! mineral tren-ltiee ate brought M ithin the ! reach of mining industry. i UIUIK AS( litis N 11 Ml l.tlK. Edgar Aslpioft hnttied throtigli the (reels at an unusually early hour in the' morning; for in general he was given lo late evening hours, and getting up in Ihe morninir w heuever he fell like it. lie did not pause until he reached a plain brick house in a quiet street. Hinging the bell rather excitedly, he inquired ol the ser vant who answered his summons: Is your master iu? Yes, sir. Hand him my cnr.l, and ask him if he will not see me. The servant quickly returned with (he request that Edgar would follow her into her master's presence. Edgar was ushered into a pleasant sil ling room where his friend, ('buries Hoi den, a sedate man, til least ten years older than himself, was seuted at a li.blo on which rested a small trunk of business documents, which ho had brought home for examination, his business being that of a lawyer. What brings you hero at this early hour Ashcroft? asked the lawyer in surprise. Had news, said Edgar, thrusting his hands into his waistcoat and speaking in an excited tone. Had news! I am sorry to hear that. But what is it? Vou remember I consulted you three mouths ago about investing my money In a copper mine somewhere iu tlio Lake Superior region. I remember it perfectly, I udvised vou to have nothing to do with it. I wish I had taken your nil vice; but 1 was fool enough lo be dazzled by the bril liant promises of the directors; and the long and short of it is, I invested my whole fortune in the concern. Is it possible? I wish it wasn't but it is. Weil how has it turned out? The share are selling for flvo dollars where I paid a hundred. Five hundred. That is I invested fifty thousand dollars, and could only sell out for twenty-fivo hundred to-day. Sell out, said Hohien laconically. What! and sacrsfico nineteen twen tieths of my fortune? Better that than the whole. Hut don't yon thing it worth anything? Not a cent. There aro some good mines there. True, true, but this was got up by swindlers to cheat a confiding public out of their money. It w ill go down to noth ing. Hut twenty-five hundred dollars wont support me, said Ahrroft in dismay. Do as I do, then. What? Earn your living by your own exer tions. Hut, said Edgar, I have never been brought up to work. Everybody ought to do something. Hut consiih r my delicate health, My constitution is very weak I can assure you. j I should think it might be. Vou turn night into day, and day into night. Eate ' hours at putties, soirees, and theaters are 1 enough to undermine any constitution,' when carried to the excess you arc curry- ing them. ' Do you really think that? ! Yet 1 do. 1 never thought of that, Perhaps you may he right; but if 1 were able, what could 1 do! Who would engage me at a' clerk? j How would you like to follow my pr's-. festion ? As a lawyer? Yes. , Isn't it haul wot k ? j Of course il is. An; body thai expect j to succed in any profession must look j C.......I m I....I .....L w .... i ill you recomiiiemi it ; 1 wonhl reoinnieuil you lo try It. Ill tell yon what I'll do. I'll enpnge you a j Then you itiu-t change your Color, In 1 feel jou mut change your whole unxlc of inc. mu iiiuii ui". " i-m-,n j and berimi a steady going clerk, j II will hard. Said the young man, j hit exprft-ion, indi- tiu a im iifl ttrng- ' gie. ' But it I neeestaty. 1'heu again eot- tider tint il St oi.ly fvr a time. Votj will , soon counn.nu . unume. ibiiiw di. ing to extend evrry at.i.unce In my power, and upon )(u liintt depend lie It at. What da JOU sty? You think tut health, wi'l allow of tie lici-ca.m y lal.nr? I do. Then I w til make up my mind to il. Conic iu next Monday, Meantime make the ncrdlul an anpenirnta. So I am going lo K' a lawyer, thought hiUnr Ashcrolt, ts be left hit fiiend' house. If any one had told me that a month ago, 1 should haw panioum-rd him Insane, Will, rimtmtlaiirr alter cases, that is certain. What will my fash., lom.blc friends tut? Thi wat after all, Ihe greatest (rial tn Edgnr. To subside fioni the position of man of fashion to a humdrnin cletk In the oflico of a real estate law y cr, sccni.it to hint a great descent, though In view of right thinking people it w ill be regarded a an ascent. In a week a change w made. Edgr realized the sum he expected on hit min ing share, and invested it in substantial bank sharrs, which yielded him a net In come of one hundred and seventy-live dollms a year. 1 pmi this and hit salary he must live, Considerably against hi will, betook quarter In a comfortable but moderate priced boarding house, and began life on a new footing. As he had anticipated there, was con siderable, (alk about his change of fortune and most ot his lashiouablo aeipiiilutance forgot lo include hlin iu their future In vitations, while some whom he had known intimately, appeared lo forget that they had ever seen him. This troubled him roiisidrahly at first, but there wa one good resulting from this neglect by his fashionable friend. Not being invited to parties he no longer had occasion to keep late hours, and his health and strength visibly improved. This surprised hint a he was occupied with office work during the day. 1 declare, Holden, he sa!d one day, Eve gained fifteen pounds in Ihn last three months. Work seems to agree with you, Ash croft, was the reply. I feel stronger than I used to. 1 told you how It would he. Hul 1 did not believe you at the time. Iite hours are more trying to any con stitution than hard work. So I begin to find It. Just ot first Edgar found his office work a task; but it soon began to be plctisaut. lie became Interested in the profession he had chosen, and he was by no means deficient in natural talent or education, he became before the year closed a val uable assistant to his friend Holden. Just before tho close of the flrtl year the lawyer said: Edgar, if you have no objection, I mean to double your salary. Thank you, Holden, hut I don't want you to do it unless you think I am worthy of the increase. 1 do think so. You have mado your self very valuable to me, and have fully mastered tho routine of work Iu the of fice. Then I will accept it gladly ; for though I don't want to go hack to the old scale of expenditure, I would like a liltlo better room, and a little bettor tublo. So tho arrangement was made. One day Edgar met in tho street Mr. Hullion, a 'heavy man, in the parlance of tho afreet, and president of one of tin) city banks, Ho tried to avoid him, having, two years before proposed for the hand of Miss Fanny Hullion, and though favored by tho lady, had been unceremoniously rejected by her father. Hut to his surprise, Mr. Hullion ad vanced to him and said cordially : How do you tlo, Mr. Ashd'oft? Very well, thank you, said Edgar, embat rassed. Conic round to the house. We shall he glad to see you. Edgar's face betrayed his surprise. I'll tell yon a secret, young man. Two years ago I refused your suit lo my daughter. Shall I tell you why? If you ph ase, sir. Eccausc I saw ) on were a man of fash ion, doing nothing useful ami sure to run out of money at last, and no occupation to tall back upon. You lost your money Soulier than I expected, bill lo my sur prise you liiive acted like a sensible man. I hear good reports of you talent and In dusiry. Come to my house whenever yon like, ami if ou have any proposition to make to me, I w ill take you into consid eration. Edar needed no second invitation. He made a.i early call, and found that Fanny Hullion' heart was still hi. One day he made bold lo lay the matter lie fore Mr. Hullion. Fanny loves me, and 1 love her, he said, lint my salary it only twelve hundred dollars a year, and my fortune is reduced to twenty-five hundred dollar. Frankly spoken young man, said Mr. Hullion. 1 don't care lor your poverty. you shall marry runny, and I'll tee that you have enough to keep the iot boiling, So Edgar mart if d the daughter of a lliii liouaiie. Ilu wa at once taken Into part nership by his It if ml Holden, and to-d he i a millionaire himself, having itiher Its. .1 tho bulk of hi fatlif r't property. Ho hi bad link turned out to be the lscl of good Im k after all. An irishman named William, and one Samuel, a Jew, were pat titers lit the ownership and manage tiielit ofal.rgn ami valuable rain he, not many miie front Virginia city. Samurl wa upbraiding hi Irlali partner for hit queT Hiatiagi;. me.nl of tome particular Lutiuett. Wil liam could endure it no longer, and re. t.iti-d: Now, h.iti, you had better dry up elout toy Irish biumli-t, for ou Jews have nothing to big of; there you were for forty year biinglng your foil through the wildernea., w hen any good smart y.nkce would have done it In four dy t. Sam tuUldrd and pei wat rr ; tlored.