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10m rail X 7 MAXCIIIim VERMONT, .THUItSDAY. -MOUXING, OCIOBKR 2, IS7& VOLUME XIII The MainrhfMer Journal. rx at t-Ho iTf tr Tsi"Mrt f.Mu HI !. K. H IM ONUS , ...... .w..a-.- - A i ... . ia(.a I Ist-iS iu a liiO,!,) Hwi, ' HnirtTS trrt.T. Sat4ta ars . 9t ymi4 t 4rM. UL'HINXSS IMItKcTJOHY M I S B R IS f. i: 15 t , ir?vfcSl AM tl 'SsLLLUM AT LAW, V8. r U a r..,Ct.- fv-ia, SUafct. !.') Tnl. AToftufcr AM' vcshr.ixt. at taw. Vl'liV. A JSfX.US. aTIukHaVJ ASl V-lVSilUAWi AT LAW '(Mat la Ifca t4t H , Ktui i.. air, Vx. A. X. A 1. 1. i. i. . A'ITlhi Al U.l ' KI.Up Af I.AW. UuHAI.i', arrukaRK anu ojvkUJah Af law. istttt ai Ju A (.! tt-aj lul - Vrueit M. E. 1')wi.i:r, ATTOIKKI' At LAW, Paaioti ait.l T'.j.Kiti Aat, lua tti Ut lataia .f A,:ni, mi CairaMuiu M i'H Ka V .la. ' OAm tm Mats Kin l. Mam k atat, Vnaj..i.t. ' W f! HIIP.MiON, ITTPI! SK! AT I. A W. flfta tl( V la Kii t attvmal Dank, Kuara DaaaioutuC, ('.Tini) VraM T ATTullNtr AND COl .Vul.l.lXIl AT LAW, aaJ Iv.u.nli ii C.rH i r Jauaua, ... . 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I and ; sil.'icr a 1 f titsai.iaia framt-"! n. ho w. v .t ai It im, I.... II Tj aud U m in i !" d iiu.i mniu:.j jiii iii.i.i, ii.w nm ii.-iio- J nt.-;.i.f a a-. i r i a i I "Hi y v. TAVi.dk, Niw Yon lias DtU.sa SlllUTS, Oiivuir Sltum. I i t'sot i.t Soiais, art., arc. ' Ms I car J ia tt Ina MtU. WAIT HAUD, Aseot, Mam Irfstcr, Ad ,tJ-ra .1 - Venuoiil. iid A Hit A ..! la- S:i. ti :. rt r. ! . ai it. .o tun. JKif liul 7'akt "or Mramrt. fcarba, S ,Ja?f M 1C1 CSifs ii.ttiso HiWHti. - . . . : Tie (Tine 1 itc r see KMj fprfnj I li.ssiyM ha an juts !.e ('.( wan Id; UhJtvM f-rt. Aau Jenkins, who - a kmz itH fit ln we met biin, a !., Ixtf, II ht tli, I 'ifKi"f ' !?.!' Ui y-'Ung Wlow I'liur'n t?tUwg't MMt awLi;,' ami m I Jh-J, oJy it tu' F.iila Kerria drpjH-J like a kjf. Com- j Ir. hatiinel Spring. With thcae eminent ' ruj!jfrj fur! l'li.tb bad bin away tffiiuolw.lv bat Jack ani gul U'f Hr-,nirk t.On't finvl o!T l!ie )at charge-- dirine, ami Indeed with all the promt i Ihwtine lo nt'.l brr aunt, and bed latuk-d '. ti. Sow Aunt fs.tih bed btnvmiiklnif a ' but I bed? ! nent cleruv In New '.iu!inl. he. main ''. rTr;tr-"y. '.'"! ! tt...i:;l.t. i.diie! Ann, nieii uuat 1 kutf if 1'bii.be SneUiiti'' g'linj' ter mar - r that one! Why. be'a a homely as a hrdga k-uve, I votular ho ain't afenrd of Ida own ahaddui! W !!, if giria ill marry, aid Ann, itbeviniii.tt.ike alcli liubndl aa are gf . injf. And I 'pot Arm fo!tllieobigatm ' binding, fr die nx't r'.ed a widderer with tru l,i;Jn-u thai i-rtiuo yeat. ; ' !, aaUl I, I wouldn't tBi'rrjr Hal Man if there sn't anollmr on earth!. ' .' lon'i deuy btw yoo.'ia' aked, aaid (.be And then we in rued our head ter make sine bo went inlet the hneliin'a, and, hi, ami behold ! he w as jet pulling (lit-knocker at 1 leacou Thurlow'a and a bx'kiiij,' filler us. I felt cheap enough to ! laii-ilit latiugaliar a dmiiga yur fellow, and he no b-auty cither. Ile'a got a good finger of lu own, aaitl Ann, in w hoae ryea a ymin Miati allu bed niiie icdeemiug trails. He I k.U tke , flilai-iiiiHv, , l ; I ahould think he ini'ht be the ghont of someboily ebe. Pin autnii-ed at Phcebe Suellinjf, w ith all bur advantage I , iAud jeat then we come, upoit lciu'oi) Tliut low bimaclf a turning the corner.' ""' " Merey, dencou, bow you made- me jump! mi.l Ann. 1 hedu't no thought of meeting anybody. I a'pose you wtntlhat litmieiaed in go aip yon didu't bear me a coming, says be- . ,. . .. , Oli no, niy Ajiii,, who (ttcver ypaved anybody ; we don't believe in immetHioir! No, we was only a speaking of Plm-be tjuellitig's yotf man, who jit went in ter your house. " ' ' A-,Li Inter my home! Pbtibe bnt'lliug'a young man! Tlicru'a aotne mia'uke. I Mover too him. I gut- yott've look .tJialm Ft'i lis hitil Ihul'a i bought the lljoitlt. Farm for t'ollieri ' 11! ha! May bo it wui your voiing1 inttit, or 11 a ti nu li YM.a- bclhV leustway's it tvnWt Ilia;'' Jlcuvcn foibid! cried T, tiii!es I;Mli0nld clniiico ler loio my ey6-slgli( fmst. " Ha, lm! iutighed lp; ujpijoii KJislia ain't got BO tuayly , IvJ,' nie, "but bo makes it up hi faculty. it tvau'I long nttef tliia wheu tbcdcacou what diil he do but bring )lr. 1'i'iiia n ter talk tvitji pur Jack abgut iho cropi und stockl ' " '' ',' '' I kiaoir. vou'4 bo liti)t V agin, hiiitt the dcaooii,lyly tor mo. A thing of beauty laujoy loi ever, the pocl tells uh; mid hu picked yott out in meeliu' among all the girls, and asked who you was .. . . , I bated him worse than evor after that ; and when lie got through a talking with Jack,Hiul come and set down ou the settee where 1 wis butty patching Jack's over alls, 1 w ip lied ter goodnesn one ol ua bed the coat of invisibility . I'd road about in the fairy books ; und I would make no sort of conversation with butt, but just said yes and no. And w hen ho asked if I look any interest in farming, I told him there tvati'l nothing mote hateful ter mc; and 1 o'pose you're lamiliar with toy place, eays he. ' Oh yes, aaya I. You 4itunt fool the wind from the four coi ners of the ear Ih, the situation's so exposed. The lilounts was allmt complaining of Infliienzie, ami a sneezing and shivering over the flie. And then be laughed goi na'tnreifly, ami said, You feem ter forget that Satu- luei piya Hi a call once it vcar, ami pays us up lor all old Winter's tricks; und ha went ou ler le.l iiuvv lutleh pleasure he rx peeled in watching the spring oK'ii, and the leave iiuloiding, tUei I lit! lailll brealh ol liliiom deepening day by day, till wa tin.) the bloastnn on I he bough and the full llielc in the" ear. Yott oughter hev bin u preacher, said I. 1 would be, laid, lie, if - llxri'o was a chance of my converting you ! And then the Ueaoon said it was about time fur mother to be looking lor hitti home, and 1 never bid anjbody good-bye with a bullet' relish I .t. .i,. iu .. ' J Whenever we come out of meetin' there w as Ferris a stuudiug in the porch, staring with ail hi eyes; and oust he aaked ler walk borne w ith uiu iu brnud daylight! and I jtsl luld him i was go ing l r make a cull by the way, though it wau't Iny habit to be calliug- round on Sabbath-day; but you see, it's a good bit of ground from the meeliu houe ler the farm, ami I hedu't no mind to bo wasting my Hum aud breath iu , his aervice that war! He had a boufi wartniiii.'. too. a litila later, ami iuvited young and old, rich i poof, am) mo and Jack among 'em ; and i nothing ter do but I aiuat go. Jack said j , ..... . . , ,,' twtiit:..iiii';r-i!t.(-,ii,TM:Miiiiim;i.J . Uji an. I put. iug siit Ut'tamai a ftilow t i waan'l aa putly aa a wax d ili, wlu-u he ; ; as t(u..J it, gold, and the best match lor j ini.e. aiuiind ; and 1 might tiiank my ' atata il siiih a one loused at m. . Aod so ! I wu.i; and 1 note the ugiiet go nd I . In I, and lev.jtl of loiaril ,r oid lady I t i:;;it , nLilo ll.c )ouog !o k waa -:.ing guiles unj flirting, and piioing i caiidv iu l!i k.ti Inn, And a he caiibrd me aii I be war turotigti lor c iui t'iij.,auj and Ihe th.iuieu a luum; aw l whuoping ' If y ou txitne into this closet, said I, I'll i tough, and Mr. lYttigrcit blind-stacajahiMtl tus), a iwn irtnuait , knowing biin tgrt; and jcat as she waa in Uid thick of st.ap-makti.g I ta-e l.;il.a Feil'is puakiog ' '.tit way, aud my ben it beyou h r link ' in u t lite I.-.; i i ol inv b l, for kttfw be w t-otnli.g tei tike im; out ler sujij ej, ' so Pd it!ier be tarllutl And what ; do jfu liiii.a, be did but w k straight op' ti ut and offer bit arui l oM Udy IVt-1 u'.grrwl I wat ms.1 aa Crc, and i'Ud of it j loo.ifever you heard of sb h a tax. But I tuat It sH;h Hs when we rauir lr go off. Say a be, kail I )wu home? ' . TUiti vow, aara I; ami be began lo ttouk hi c.Uiw. itut I batf cuuay rely, I acKta, itltvr aa'iug him iu u paf'chirork qtsFljlftri fmt of wla.l a r l Job'i trouble; m avert tin abe'd git it out tbe'd tell you who bed a gwnd like j thi bit, and w ho bad aproua kff of that i other: ao it was a!mol like a torv b.K.k, j i!h mrt rbaptt-r lh ott could hake , waUckiiU (jiut'tatiuo after gincratioti j aa ieruaiitd m that quilt.kO ler apeitk ; here waa erJ lLat bed belonged ter br givatgrandmollicr, w hen oaiico wan m fwaflf a trliiit ud lhT arrap tl lr own . baby fiurkl, and j on lor a ( ylixe of hci unclc'a wifVi ltcr'il In j tact, 'twaa aa gKd aa a tegular giuealogl- j cal tre, ivrt ,ai)J bimu li and .bloaaotn. And Pd lied no end of trouble with it myself, fur auht'a eye! win failing of her ami if I'd threaded onu needle, 1 bed a thuiuund ;nd oue, and made knots enough an hour ter lake mc acro the Atlantic Oi ran in a week. . No mutter whether I wan taking i lf the butler, skim ming tho uiilk, or li ving out turd. Aunt Sophy was at my elbow with thread anil needle: ter tell the. truth, she waa that blind she mistook a fly ou the puulry wall fur a nail one day, and set ter work let hung the milk itruitteroti It.- The fly r aisled. ' Well, the Job's trouble, waa end ed at hiW, and 1 thought miu lied too, as farasliint quilt was concerned; but, goodness! it hedu't only jest begun, 'cording tt r soaia lolk1 thinking. Noth ing to do but Aunt Sophy tiittst hev a qnlltlng, wiiil ask Iho young meu iu the evening ler supper and frolic. I hedu't nothing to say agin that, for I was aa keen attor rot t as Ilic next ono, only I didn't mean that Klisha Ferris should coittC In'sldo our doors that night: I tlio't Iho aiglil of bis ugly fact would jest spile the whole Inn. However, the folks come In lh aftei-nobft, and used their tongues and fingers pretty nimbly ; quilted in her ring bone, ulid gossiped about the good old times, When girls weren't o for'urd, aud butter aud ggs fetched more, and about Miss Somebody' new fixings, and Mr. Tothei body's houte-rasiu till it grew dark. aud. aunper was. ready. Aunt Kophy 'and 1 bad cooked tip a sight of nice things roasted cbiuketu, tnado pics and jellies aud cakes that did ycr heart good ter look t, if I do Miy H. i And by-aud-by tho young fellows began to pour in in tioii r4tiiittoy-.4 - lb - uKjcJti u' best, and standing dickies stiffer'u a Puritan elder. Pluobo duelling's young man, Tom Com slook, Jiat JUickiun aod a lino crowd; and In a minute or two who should come along home Vith bur Jack, -as big as life, but Klisha Ferris! 1 jest give Jack a look that was enough to take an ordinary maw's appetile away, but it hedu't the least effect on hitu. i Woll after supper they danced awhile. Klisha Ferris played on a cornet he'd brought along with him ; and Phatbo Suelling was glum 'cause her young man danced k fore-aud-after with uie; aud Aunt Sophy sat iu the comer, aud lived over her yttang days, she suid. After a time somebody proposed that we should lievja gnine of rolling Ihe platter with for feits, and a great frolic it made, I can tell you; and the best of it was, when Klisha Ferris made such haste ter catch tho plat ter beford it gut done npinuiug that ho tumbled over Aunt Sophy's cricket, and measured bis length on tho floor. I was that tickled 1 couldn't keep myself from laughing light out, though 1 s'pose it wasn't mannerly. liut I was giddy as a windmill In them days. I'm glad I can amuse you so well, Miss Hannah Elizabeth, auid bo, gitting tip very red in the fuce and not a w hit hand somer Ibun ever. Thank you, says 1 ; you're alius oblig ing, lint, you see, the stumble gave him a forfeit to pay, aud lieu Niching hu wat elected judge; and he told Phuibe to measure three yard of pink ribbon with our Jack, which jest set her young uau and Becky Harrison tenter hooks; 'and then ler cap Ihe climax, he sent Klisha Ferris ter Home with Bocky, which sort o' ii Jed Jack, ami made me clap my bands. Pleasant Jouroey to yon! shouted Com: stock. Now p'r'aps you don't know what go in ter ftame fa like, sine forfeits hev gone out of fashion cotiRld'rable; but w hen I was a gal they was all the go. Well you aea, tho way they wont to Home an putty cheap iu them tlaya, though, merry knows, it cost Klisha Ferris dear enough! They Just locked arms together und went rottud lli room, and be kiaacd ! ail the girls, and the young meu they kissed tier if they rould. Well, Eli-ha j bo tivo his arm ler Becky, ami fleck y sun blushed up like a Jtooy; and jest then I got op ter Uk after tha fire, and didn't mind how they waa gitting along ,r ( ,,,. ,;ii t ri, ., .i ill j 'minj , in ivji nwimj body's hand ou my shoulder, and looked up l find KlUha's great mouth within ha'f an inch of my check I give lilrh a ; scream (hat it brought on Aunt Sophy a palpitation, aiwloid lady Pclligrew tlio't . Ibcre waa fire; and I jerked myself out . wf hi reach and mil for closet, and be j 1 after me. ' j Ail loads lead (o Home, said be, Iry iug ' If r pull otn-n Ike itsbmirl l.nr. I'm : bound to git ttas-re U'l'O'e I go Lome. i Jt.k'a pist.il Ihnmgb !lt crat k. You tee Jack bad bin out abootisig al a malt that altermsun, sod b-I bronghl it in aud I -ft ' i o.i the rni. hoard shell, and hen I -k-' jj ( 'lw ai o4 led Le I lold Ccmalock ler fir off too eharye, 'cause it tr:ta cetliix toj da ler see ihe mark, l And so when Ferris, tpite Of all f could t do, wrenched oja lha eupUiard dorr, ' audi f.nnd mi self at hi uifnt, I j.-t plnted !be pistol at him ami pulled the : Irteger. Think I, sie him a lisile itart for bia paint. Am! blest us ! so I did. Tliere w a noise like ten thoutand I eaitb'iuaiea, aeuwl lo tue, Httl aj-urt - ! of fSanic, anJ a Ihiiublcful of unole, and ; The fril ls nil ni-reameil like o many ! ratatnounia, and I thought I'd killed him i for nartin. I leaned against the cupboard ' he!f a minute ler gel nijaelf In hand ; ' but 1 aevined lo be Krowinif ail numb i and the trniiva aouuded a iflhey ; come tlirouirh a making lube, and the folk all 'peared lo be moving behind a fog; and then I didn t aenso nothing more till most of 'cm had gone home, and the doctor was looking after Ihe wound and I heard Aoiit Sophy saying, Twa dretlul carvlet iu yon. Jack, ter leave fire-arms handy; and Jack, sa)S he, It's dirflul foolish fur womeu folks to handle 'em. Ilanua Li has done a potty dav'a work. And then Klisha Ferris up and lakes my pait, as poorly a be was feel ing. She'd no thought of hurting me, says lie; and it aeived me light for pes tering the poor child. And I got on my feel al that, aud went inter the room; and aavs I. Dr. Motherwort, if you'll be so good as ler hire me fur nurse, I won't ask no wages. You see I've made hlin sick, ami it's my rigid ler help cure him. I'm moat cured already, said Klisha opening bis eves at the sound of my voice, aud smiling jest a little. Jest so, said the doctor; only keep hitn quiet. Well, Dr. Motherwort said it wouldn't do ter move him, and Jack and I we nursed him together. You seo, the ball had gone through his right shoulder, and it took lime; aud while Jack was at his work, 1 lied Klisha on my hands; and I cooked bis meals no great shakes ut fust and fixed his piileis twenty times a day, and bathed bis head, aud brought him the in ws, and read tho Arabian Nights ter him and tho Weekly Tacit,and treated him as tenderly as I would hev treated Jack it it lied been blui. Aud when he wus on the mending hand I pluyud backgammon with him, and wrote letters to his folks- he hedu't nobody but it married sister and laughed at 'the stories of bis school days till the tears run dowu my cheeks. He's growu quite pale and interesting, said Ann Jenkins, catching sight of him through the open door, while she was making me a call, but he ain't no hand somer than ever; aud you see, it jest took mc all by surprise, but I felt the blood tingling iu my face,and my temper a gitting up; and says 1, Handsome Is as handsome does, smart as you please, be fore 1 remembered that I'd used ter agree with Ann ou that subject. Ilighty-tighty, say she, every eye makes it's own beauty I If you're satisfied I shan't cry. llut I thought you didn't fancy skim-milk-looking men I But, upou honor, I couldn't hev told when his looks lust begun ter please mc; whether H was when be pitied mo fur burling of him instead of pitying himself for being hurt; or whether it camo about when I blamed myself and be comforted mo; or when ho spoke of his mother, and theicars tilled his eyes; or whether it was when he got talking earnest like, and his eyes grew sort o' bloc-black, and as if they'd strike sparks, and a smile was like sunshine ou raiu-drops; but there was tho truth, however 1 come, by it, that I shouldn't never hev knowed him for the same man I met nine months before with Aun Jenkins. Well, when he got able ler be about the house, before ho con hi go out, he used Iu help me at Ihe churning, aud he did a sight of tinkering about the house for my suke; he made me a reel fur my yarn, and a new bobbin and shuttle for my loom. Lor! said Aunt Sophy one day while hu was curding the rolls Ibr mc, and I was spinning 'em, how handy you are ubout the house Klisha. I don't see how Hannah Elizabeth's going ter git Along without you when you go home. She Iihbu'I no need lo get along with out me, said Klisha, speaking low, and looking hard al me, unless she's tired of the sight of mc. Al least, said he, after a pause, when Aunt Sophy had lost her self iu her chair, I can't go home without paying my forfeit, you know. You've paid dear enough for it, I aald, already. Aud so, of course, you won't hev the heart ter refuse it, I said 1 wouldn't go home till Pd paid il ami I won't utile you will go with me. And so I thought it beat ler go, Hur per i ISazar. KKV. WILLIAM JA KM), . IJ. A reference to the lute Dr. Jackson iu a recent number of the .Year York Obter- ter has revived a long delayed purpose of preaeiiting to your render a brief no lit of thai dilinguihed divine. Dis tinguished he truly iu I U sphele, awl bad he occupied a blunder stage, be woul I have been coM.pieuoiis ainong the ; eminent men of lii age. Settled in early j youth over a humble rural parish, be oc.. cutiied the tune iniloit until hit death, a , .. an advanced age; aud t e( he left a name, cherished and loved for hit rare vil toe - ' and great usefoluf, and w l.ile living ' wielded liom his aequcatered home an in- Buiee widely felt in .nr chitn li..., and w hich tveu now ia aeiiae an I i fT- dive. ! Dr. Jackson w aa a model pa-tor. His miud, of uncommon native powers, waa ! ft lined by profound aod varied learning; be thought with cl rites a and vigor, and 1 iew?ed bis roneeptioos with unosuat ' f"" ' and beauty ; earMcat and soil itual, be dev Hed sJl be bad sod w a l the gloiy of a Master be served so duty, and to Ihe aaivation of souia. Ho waa born iu Corn wail, Coou., lo i 1TW, and in eaily rLildbx4 emigrated j with hia father's fansUj t WaHinglord, ; V) , a tow n contiguous la Use parish of : ,; future miuit.i i! Ib nt. Al litlwn i he w aa a stibje. t i.f Divine gr-c ami j w aa then run 'rated l the ministry, j ll cra.luairl at Ilartmiati In IT:"1, ami : tiidieil thiMlogy w ith lr. Kmtiiiti anJ tained the tnot Intimate and endearing ( re latiotia. In lfi, he w lnt)led over ' (lie church in Itrel, with w hich he m- lained an uninterrupted connertinit lo 1 the cloe of hi life In the vrnr 112. At that period Dorset waa ona of the moat rclnded tlistrirta In Vermont. Ilcpoa iug amid the ren-aaca and along Ihe slopes of the liivcn Mountains, it la re markable for the majestic and picturesque beauty of its scenery. Dr. Jackson was Iho first elected mem ber of the corporation of Middlehtity College. Soon after the comtnonerineut of the century bo visited, for bis health, Mve-ewwtrrn eclion of Massachusetts, Du ring Ibis Journey he collected about fits.), a large sum In those day a, lo form the nucleus of a fund for the aid of indi gent und pious young imu In their edu cation. From this effort originated the first education society of this country. It waa called the Kvangvlical Society, und was established March Clh, lso, at Pawlet, Vt. This Institution continued Its beneficial labors chiefly under tho guidance, of Dr. Jackson, until it was supei ceded by Ihe American Education Society. While it existed, about fifty youth through its instrumentality were introduced into tho ministry. Tho in Hit ence and advice of Dr. Jackson were pri marily instrumental in leading Joseph Burr to appropriate tho mass of his large fortune to benevolent and religious pur poses. The Burr & Bui ton Seminary al Manchester, Vt., at once a monument to iu munificent founder aud a fountain of religious aud literary light the en (low men t of a Professorship at Middle bury, and numerous other acts of bene ficence, were the consequences of Ibis happy inspiration. Although singularly meek and unpretentious, Dr. Jackson exerted a controlling influence among the churches und iu (hu ecclesiastical bodies of his Slate. The interests of cd nculion he always promoted with great zeul, not only by his influence and aid, but also by practical instruction. A large circlo of young men received through his efforts the advantages of ed ucation, who hio now exerting in the ministry and other prominent walks of life, iu every section of our country, a wide and happy influence. It Is an Im proHsive commentary upon the efforts of Dr. Jackson, that more educated men went into the world from his little parish than from all the rest of the opulent county lu w hich he resided. Some of these, and among them, I believe, a daughter, were translated to tho mission Odd. Dr. Jackson wus an accurate and fin ished classical scholar, and these tastes continued active and prevailing to Ihe cud of his lite. His familiarity wild the ancient classics was so ample that bo was able to repeat large portions of favorite authors, aud to bear recitations without a text-book. To him instruction was a pastime rather than a labor. Ho was profoundly learned as a theologian. His doctrines were of the old-fashioned school of New England theology. They were derived directly and prayerfully from tho Bible, without any tincture of refined or speculative sentiment. His preaching was earnest, instruct ivo and impressive, marked by great simplicity anil its evan gelical spirit, and infinitely removed from every attempt at display or glitter. Keasouing with his hearers In earnest and all'cctiouute zeal, und thus reaching their judgment, bo could enforce bis con clusions by powerful and Irresistible ap peals to their hearts and consciences. Occasionally his sermons attained the highest standard of pulpit eloquence. His labors were eminoully sanctified by the Spirit aud followed by numerous re vivals. Truth, in its simple power, ear licslncss and spiry unlit v, were his only weapons, and be abhorred, us far as his gentle nature and Christian charity al lowed, everything like sensation, glossy aud transcendental preaching. His style was peculiarly pure, vigorous aud culti vated. As a parochial pastor, be was the friend, the guide, und counsellor of his people. In his social relations, Dr. Jackson was distinguished for a kindliness am amen ity of feeling, and bis extraordinary pow ers of conversation were often Illuminated by a keen wit and playlul humor, wbilo his practical wisdom aud philosophy were impaited iu impressive aud sagaci ous apothegms, which are still preservd. It need scarcely be remarked lhat such a man was deeply loved aud revered, and lhat be stumped upon his people Ihe impress of his own peculiar iutellecluul and moral qualities. A community blesa ctlilh such a pastor for nearly half a century could not fail lo attain rubor ami leUiiinieut, anil to IsPniiii' put fly in- i doi ti iiiatfd in religion" truth. It a as, j ii.ileed, the comiiii i -mui k. that im-ni- i bi r of Mr. Jarkaou'a conyaegaiion wi io n-inlily detected bv the elevated lone of .heir M-utiiuenta and the alt io and seoi.K of their conversation. . . . may almost aeein a mysterioua design ol Providence, that one so etuioci.itv cal. ciliated to adorn the most lnohiioelit 1. 1- titione In Ihe cbnr b, should I. vote hU ta teats and learning and el..q i.t to tu- services ol a humble rural piib. Vet the sdmiialilc qualiiira which ronpisfd bit character were i, either btn i.-d iior dimmed by lo aecluaioo. i Ids lif lbey shed a blighter It radial mil over a wide ;., and are still i 'Suming mane seo. tions of iir land by lb iu!ora and piety ' (A I bote who wtie euiightetietl by their , itflikeuce, and w isvm hu was ioa'iumcnu : al iu bring iug into the tuiw.try Nearly twenty years have passed since j ! Ibc grave rloed over the venerable form ; ; out U inrmorr tf Ir. Jsrkton U alill j fili in tli wannest alfctulotta of Hap. j p11, and hit lemons of Iroth ami lo am i l rnioatitig the btarti auj niouliling . j th c hracliM uf llic drtoeitJanta of l!uo a loiijj blcawd by l.i liHHitratioli. A ninvtun koitou I ws escorted around Ibstnat k the eve ning of my arriral by Mr. Ix.uinUity, Ihe editor of the Biiuark Tubune. Ho hud been a Colonel in lha at my, and waa full of bullet wounds and bsd voluntarily left a good position on the Minneapolis Tribune, and put hi little pile of savings Into a uvwspaprr venture al this lonely a't l li uif m , nearly twelve hundred miles lioilhweM of Chicago. Ho allowed me, w ith pride, his office arising under tho hammers of Ihe carpenters, aud hi preaa and fonts of type, and Iho compositors be had paid to come with him more than six hundred miles Irom St. Paul. Suid I : What did All this cost yon. Four thousand dollars before I shall issue a number of my paper. Don'ljouleel a little nervous about the prospects here? Well, said I.ouiislieiiy, I buve studied it all. The re is bound to bo a largo tow u ut the Missouri Itiver crossing, and 1 have got some years h it ami run wait. Did the railroad give you any help? Only transports) ion ! Well, thought 1 lo myself, If eneh a man as Ibis Irius such a hope I won't drive a unit In his cross, (io on, Louiisberry, and may Ihe world grow tip around you, aud subscribers ba plentiful. There is something iu Ibis northern country when there ate such game fellows to begin with. It was even touching U see this most banished of all newspaper men ho must have loved abclely like all our tribe so qnaintcd n I ready with every male being in Bismark, aud looking on all with char ily and consideration, as they scecuitid to be proud ami tender with him. Advertise I said Shaw, the leading mer chant; yes, sir I Advertising la Iho life of business. A little town needs It to keep tho editor to his work; for, Iord bless ua, wo expect a heap of that news paper of hls'n. George Alfred Town Mtid, in Ihe Cinriniinti I'mnmercM. TIIU IIHT OK 10. ' On a certain voyage out, lu exqulsilo summer weather, we hud for cubiupaasen gers one beautiful young huly und tea more or lets beautiful young gentlemen. Light Windsor dead colm prevailing, the voyage was slow. They had made half their distance when the ten young gen tlemcn were all madly In lovo w ith the beautiful young lady. They bad all pin. posed to her, and bloodshed among th rivals soemod imminent, pending (ho lady's decision. In this extremity the beautiful young lady confided lu my friend, the captain, who gave Ibis dis ci oet advice. IIo said: I your nfltic lions are disengaged, lake lhat one of the young man whom you like the best, and settle tho question. To this, the bcaiili- ful young lady made reply : J can't do that, because like them all equally well. My friend, who was a man of resource, bit upon this Ingenious expedient. Said be: To-morrow moroinif. when tanimli is announced, do yon plunge boldly over board, head-foremost. J will be along side in a boat to rescue you, aud take (ho ono of tho (en who rushes to your rescue and then you can afterwards have him. Tho beautiful young lady highly approv ed, aud did accordingly. Hut alter she plunged lu, nine out of Iho ten more or less beautiful young gentlemen plunged in afler her, ami the lenth remained and shed tears, lookiug over tho side of tho vessel. They were all picked up and re- " stored, dripping, to the dock. The beau tiful young lady, on seeing (hem, said: What am I lo do? See what a plight they are iu. How eun possibly choose, because every one of the in ara equally wet? Then, said my friend, the captain, acting under a sudden iuspiiation, luke the dry one. am sorry to say thai the did so, and (bey Jived happy afterwards, Constant watching is injurious to any child. Little faults may, by ayateui of espiouuge, be aggravated Into flag i am sins. Choose the boat lima for reproviug doliuqueiita, but be careful about doing it all at a time. Ixt tbciu go on your blind side occaaionly, for vanity has a great deal lo do with otir behavior, and a mis chievous child is Just as anxoos to court observation, at Is be who desires lo he considered remarkably good. Many evil's the Savior noticed, bat did not rebuke. Constant hammering frequently products callousness. A few years since there was a Pres byteriau minister at Columbus, Miss., who bad a horror of shouting iu church, which fact waa well know a to bia con gregation. Ooe duy.afberhe bad preached a vury spiritual sermon, an old lady was observed lo leave the church lu a very busty maimer. Meeting her a few dsjs utter, I im minister asked why she had "'!';,1 church so suddenly the Sun- lay beloie. "Well," she re Sstiiioil, "the j til is, I wat so filled with gr ucc in li.iru- lng to your seriuou, lliat iuulid could i cuutuiu Diyseif, ao tau over lo Ihe M. ihudiat church aero-a the way aud 'liouled."' 1 The Dalibury .Vewt any; "It Ibete I 1 iM,n kr oon ihois In lliul buiiooii of Ihe t.isphie'a iaei is a )"ung oiau .a Dan. jioirv wbw i in till it He lives opposite lo u and pisys the swxorikow. lis might jOlofvt io running I h risk, but be could , m atiiiiiicd liy a blow mi the bead and ; got into the iaiuon before he recovered.,' A t.tiwu of O-uii In u(, ret eiitly in. ttoda-4 lo a newly -man led loaii, etw gr!u!"ed hiw warmly, and said: "Ah, i these Lit'-Ukld county girls male clever wive ; 'vs bad tbre of ' m.