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HZe MoorflH Ubitlier. AT ( ) Ml.LAiiK IK) IK STOKE. C 'ii. til. il i-ii liitii i RCDeril i.iurlaiul -f Mtaci .-llaiicniia I'.ui'kn and School Hooka tn'W and old. A In in I . ti' it.... 11'. k tfi.o ). io 111. liur of S I A I IU N A U Y . 4" km !' ( kj kil l S 'lk I'ip.r Vin.iOi tinii r!i.. -.,. I rii.'i ii L. Il COT. Mm, -I:.. iff, V.rtij 'i.t. j oM'MKNTS. littl'MiiM.", T A 1.1 K I nl -. W A Nil. M A K I! I. E W O li K in-i.li .! .!. t.f I ... Pll".. I T ,illia?t iii'l 1 ffr(.Mi.? r. m. i.ni.i.iv-. 4iit i n. vi JJl'IlM A; WALKKK. -(, :-. , u. It j Ii. . uf I ' i ' f i .' I C.L(VKi AM) Mil l ESS on u 1. 1 i."i ". rtT " ' t: hu.i.. ii ii.' i. '.? .... V'iii.'l N II A tiff vt fc.ktv ..! ?"f ll. aiuirf i,.i mu bit.-. (..i4r I- tukt ef"fciijl- JKAL FILT HATS MKS. WILCOX'S. . bA-'.lf r 8 r J & U.'f M Rt (La ftu) ( r!jrUl:!., ,,.t7!:,K. VHT I Kl' ' " , , , ' , , . 't'li '' :t f t fcutAi&f. ( l UlliK kll lira it 1 J, u. l,el to(c(it I u. lnrj rol. JkJk. 1 J7. SMITH HKHItMMt.. I i.e.er U a wfff feie-w than Smith. II wai an arli.l. and rt try t l.i rg ) on id iatt for io lla rnsu whom 'c'n ma.'e j our friend Km inninc, !. it good-looking, but tin! in good-looking Ita! mi fell yea Ous i f I,. in when )ou iutrodu el tiim lo tour inlt fiirtoU I ! ai md srtn rriuunb lo lik jn.ir ri hrie i li)i)r! I,ncei lo tt. fiK' b"rnpi !. Mill.iff : iKi-fiitrj . He rl!ruoo)(livfl ni Snuff, eiiej iwim-oii of lU tl.inl tc in iil tu tuirrnw Dioiirv uf von, nd 10 ri. inl it if juu w.nleJ to txirrow your.tlf. Tbow Mitl.Ur Iobl y pijjth In II. ' Aud. lo clown !!, he La I ifiiii-cr ol : l(lV, ,llul(,t.r ,wi0r ,be ftiJ i iiMti (utv detcnptiun iuiiiiAl!r. trnri. If l, i;U t.i witb too .iid won, j Nji l)0t Mr sn.Uli. do mtk ll.e p k-1 .,K.ckH.l Ui uk; if, on tbe con-; rt l.mn.lkertlj.ef tUiire, Aiid the old man j ii.iy, im won, il did not oitkr lhe;WB ,M cri,,, im,t!,Pr-oiie of the! !il.trt diffeifiico lo .illlilji, JOU pock- j friri. ;-trd 1 In- iiimir), that w ma II. To nctb My d. r d.ildirn. x ou will worry Mr. ! ; lAUxuacc tit tb bj-ti.e profrawrt oftb j Smith, cri.d braminif littlr Mr. Jpii-I : imlilc ait l trll-diMcnir, Mliitll wl a : man wtionlttati ratne up tniiii((, and; fur him life tceuicd lo have 110 caie. j It it aald 10 be a loi.j lane lt.Al bai no j turn, and Niiitb fuiind Iheie n a tnru I nib,, at l.t. I l.al tin 11 led Inm into ll.r fUiiiiili id deipntul. j I inu.t i. ,l )ou, by the av, ll.it Smith in M'if "I bl. (fond lookt. wan a bit of a i:iiu . I It? nu-cird at woiih'ii, and lonk i ! tiiuti I In hi a an iiilurior older of be-ini-only ii 1 1 1 1 1 lo be kbit l-makera, et II I -un of litittuiiK, and wakbem of gar ment. Ii a. vei t (iliin tioiiable 'ur a i.i.i in nr kiii u potum, out men w e m e ; mine ui in pi rucl . Said Siniili to nit; one dj) , nuile ruiili ik'uiiulli : lln a mail iu bii lllil irhM'ii, mind - ran ii), w ilb bin t ) ta wide open, and ;V In 11 H iilliail, I ll'll', lit' 'iiir lave fur lib my dear, lei me j , ttuinii- you in i liutiM" loom aud dreakck, jjcia over me. And (lie mallei doeau't tnp tbete, for no inn. iiitild po..ililv k 1 1 1 1 1 I y a womuii with all abe wikljed lor. 'Mien look at her cliililren, iiinl Ibe chiim iurnl eleiii-e. Kvcii if a man could treat il in tbi lii;bl, tiuiiicly, lliat bin income would double mi mun iuxc and go on doubling will) every cbild born iiulo him, it would be a jrrcal uudei lakiii ; but, mi matter! ate, In , my dear boy, il'. alrociouti! I'll never marry. J n tt look at denning! Not here lo lnok at. No, dear buy, lit; aaiil, anavely ; but look ui ln poritiun, inentiilly twelve rhildicn, t ilia Ibreo limen, which make! a M'XM't, Fancy bein A iiimh wild a tel le! ! IT horrible. '1'ry anoiber of tbeie cium, old fellow. I wouldn't be .len iiing. for all Ibe world. Nice little wile, though, 1 aaid. Yes, the really ii a most amiable wo man. How welcome the alwayi uiakei you w hen yon a denning! it Tcry proud I her. No be oujjhl to be. .She U a model lil lle woinun, and loves her husband dear ly ; Alwayi bai a tweet (mile for bii fi lends. Seen her linler? Yes, aaid Smith, I've leen her. Hut, after all, it's a sad poiitton for a matt to be in lied up to a woman. How lie must look Willi envy at liii bachelor acrptaiii lancct! Ah, woman, woman, a Milton aid, V hone mortal taMo brought dcalh into the world ami all our woe. (icntly, Smilh, aaid I, if you must in flict quotation! on your friend, do it correctly. Thai'! quite correct, I assure you, laid Smith. I quoted Ibe paaaajfe. U that it? He opened hii fc'ray eyea very wide a! be Kpnke. Well, he continued, do you know now that I thoujiht my quotation wan correct? Ily tbe w ay, fcaid I, Ibe Jenning. give a pttly next week. Are you tftihiK? I tear boy, no, .aid Smith. I'liey aked nit-. And y on ib-i'lined ? Mill, no, I haven t declined et I've i only had .1,,. letter a week Hut I mean j ! '"' I H'iii'i decline then, but go. j Win , in y dear leiknv, ibcy 'II have all jll,e.l..l.l,e out; and c.ike. and orangea ,io ,,.,,. . uiiii. i. win oea regular : tonsil and tumble aff'iiir. l'erhapi ask you to hold (he twinn. and Smith "hud dated. Hut von like Jenniugv Dear old boy, in't he? a iid Smith ear nestly. Well, be w ill feel alight,! if you atay away . Think he will? Sure in. Then 1 will go, said Smith. Hut I kl.iil be a regular wet blanket on the par- '' i The night ol the parly came, aud, hav- ing a weeklies for children, I meant to gocatly. ! Hut, being a medical man, I Wai called ! away , and dill not get there until half- j I'"' There was a regular ihriek im tbe din- ; ii.g room. mingVd with roan of latigbler the knocking together of rbiirt, and rriea , aitmiUI.ed gae : of take cute, aa I ditrt-d Oiyaelf of lop- Smith, in abort ja kt and alipHr.waa ' coat and bat. When I edged in through ttireling m the tarpel. in front of an ! the door il lokrr iiih, in fulleveii- ras; cliair, in which he had Mock a l.o. ing malum, with tw stml. gone out of iiei from Im bed, and on t he lop of it hi" iliiil-lroiit, bii while It nnder on wii hil kiimkiug cap with it long lai-; ear. lhe kaid iliirl-froiit a regular rig, hil ttl ' hair ad louid, a big while handkerchief Amattur Ihealrirali, ! thought; re tied ovrr bit ey, a young Jenoing ' braikal. bai ging to tin rvit tail, a i)d otberi bail- ' Bul lb next moment 1 waa nearly Ihg him, at. with ouuttt.-bep haridi, h ' i?u k dumb villi aktonishnient, for groprJ atMUt, trying to catch tonebody ' South wnit on: lo ukf hit pia e. In arm Mi firay, iiure the Crtt night Ah, iKibby, gVI lo ee you, aaij Jen- when I beheld you al your kistr'a bona, nitiga. I Lav mad y, pa.aionaiely loi you; (.ii. Mr. I lobby, bow late yon are! ht, then, knling at y our fert, I make enJ Mii. Jenningi. , you the uffrr of my hfart ai d baud. Uar game, itn'l it? cried Jcnainga, ; Thai im't bad, be nuilttfed ; it'a tiy inoj ping th prkj iratio(i i.ff l.ia bead, : again. lg'rcitit:y. ' So latent wai be that h did not bra r lderlart.lt iaii't fair, cried a pretty, i lb tiejii on lb landing, aud 1 KiaHc ioo i.iteiy tone, atd iltda Jennie Gray, !y nlowd Jenningt lo lead Jenny eio M;a, Jrm.iDgk' aiater, wun roy cheek, ' op lo where 1 alood, when I Le d be r tpaiklitig , Ar.J ber auiiiiy tair f?y-! kind, ii.d let htr Iti'ed wb!! lb jor . j log, daibed audr toy artci, Juat u a , iow wBt on : t,f ,. , frt throw n II Willi! Dif, AnJ I turned round to gr full in ,,,, (krt Smith. ho. tth tl bt.-1- kr( rUr f m et(.jai.nJ kmd- ly, In evident gieat astonishment : Hallo! ('Aught tb w rong one, th? Didn't know you'd coin, said Smith, ttasiteiy, Oh. Mr. Smith's (teen suc h fun, cried ,. n. i.;t.i : IIIHK. (n, i,crr tiiimt I - I rllir like il, ! I t,jj Smiili. (,jT me anoiber ride r, Sinitli n'nil ahotber. on ) our back, 1 A bf itonped In lilt ll olmliby t rant to bia ibuul.U-r, Ibrre a pet li'.l ill ,,1 IetiKtit . and A cliaijt like a bin riranc l.juli. 11 bain-ini 011 011 to hi cmil litil. bii li'K'i bia uiiiiii, gat ititiiiK liim, and be kiitlrred it all u lih tin- grt'Alrat compoa uroindeed, with a eme of enjoj uiciil (but wat (j ni i ii'fii'i-liiiij;. At larl, by iiiitaliiK iiU aud paiik, the -t.i 1 1 J 1 1 n depai l.:d fur bed, but not until Smith bad been inveigli-d inlo ratriii dull n uy up Mail . 'i'bi'ii, with Ida (ejllirra imootbed, be wit, called upon lo go down lo tbe miii ' nipper, provided for our entiei ial bem lit amt ,(,1(.ile. Wjl VP uLe Je1lv di n, Sinlih? Hlt .leti niti;i Mr. 1 lobby j. ttoit'g lo lake me down, Tom. And I played cavalier without iinticinif the air of deep discontent on Smith' countenance. The nipper paused oil' very pleasantly, for Jenny wan the lovelieat little girl I had laken to nipper for yea a. She wan chatty, ami lull ol repartee and mil I'll u I remark, while Smith grew ilent and atxid. Those children have completely tiled you out. Mr. Smith, said little r. Jen nine's. Smith tibi'd, and nid: No, not at all. liut he kept very quiet al the aame,Hiid when we went oil' loaeiher,ttboiit twelve, there was hardly a word apnkeu between ui. I saw Smith again and again during the next two moutha, and could not help remarking l tint a change seemed to have come over hi in. It-! your liver, old fellow, I think, I laid to him. Let me write you a pre icriptit'ui. No, it Isn't liver. 1 am an well an can be. 1 tdiook my bead, but a, ho did not feel disposed to give me hit confidence, I did not pre. a kirn, and the lime tlipped on, the poor fellow growing more quiet every day. I think I told you that Smith wan an artiht. He was, but in a dilelaute way. He was a barrister by rights, but he did not get any brief, and he did not want any, for he spent bia lime in writing i in art. little article! and rem (fe socicle for a popular magazine. Smith'! chamber! were in the Temple, up al ibe top of one of the range! of building, where he could enjoy a capitol view ol the river and embankment, and many were the pleasant evening! we hud tpenl there together. It happened one iliy in autumn (hat being by Temple liar, I encountered a ; couple of Indie, turning up Ibe oue-sidm! I remains ol Hell Yaid, and one ol them 1 Hnkf'il lh vrav into the IVinnle. , i,,,,,,,.,) ,H ,!., ,!,,,, w,j(.u mine one said : a,K 1)bl)V; wl.ere are v on going lwHju.tguingto.ee Mnith, ,dd I, , s.lluk ..j,,,.,. J(. i . hea.lilv by Ibe hainl. Heie'a the wila and Jenny, and the next moment I wun paying my court to Ibe ladie.. 1 say , said Jennings, lei'a go and dorm Smilh. Oh, no. Tom, laid Jenny. Why not? He'll be delighted lo ee u, won't be, Dubby ? That I'll answer for, I laid. A moineut afterward we were climbing the alaira. Ai t neared the lop floor, for I was t 0n firl, by way of pioneer, I became conciou of tbe fact that Ibe door wat ajar, and I heard Suiilb'a voice, evident- y lepeatlng aomethlng In hiinaolf, ai if learning il. I had no bekitation in listening, lor we weie ucb old frieiuH, but I paused on the tbrenbold, and tt.it. it what met my I rart Mi liiar, sin. tb fiil night alirn I tb!l ytU at your fi.ief ' tmu-r, I bar madly, pa.sionate !y luted yon; bet, then, kneeling at yotu feet, I tnake yon tt a effrr of my brart and hand Hrato, Smithy, I tid, throwing opru tlid.Hr; Ibat't pre'ly prrfe-t. N "W go through il again with the lady I am afmd it was rather nialii .oiii, Iml it nisi hate been ulim mix hievou imp promoted me' al ail event., I did ti e deed, and tboe two looked at m a il they would like to cnili ma out ol tenre, while Jeniiing roared with laugh ter, and Mn. Jetiuingk aid it ivn- gli al ham. I.iUle Jenny tvaa very indignant, but i.e carried it oil well, and koon an Smith bad got over hit auipri.p, be knocked the boUier nil the chair, and trird lo krat Mi a. Ji nniugi in il. Hut Jennings Kit too quick, anal popped the i.ter there, to her infinite conlulo. We bad Miitie ritiie.htnciitt. and a tcry pleaiunl chat, during which I said In Smith : l)ou't look like that man, when 1 look the real thing bete. I aaw il a!l plain inoiigii now cvuical Smith hint lireu most de.petalelv gone w ith Jenny, tvlni liked him, bill, alu r the f ishimi ot some otiug litdiet, atitih bed him, and kept him nl bay. Alter the meeting at hi. chambers, and tbe iliscuv ery of his rehearaal, Jenningi wna not long, aided by bin wife, in arranging for the proper acting of the diama. So Smith declined, Ivan accepted, the play came oil ami 1 w its one of the ai toin, best m ill be ing my pail. 1 could not help thinking how pleaaut it would Im if Home little Jenny would take pity on my fort) -live yeara and gray haiis, and m:ike mens happy a imiu a was Smith upon bin wedding day. The rehearsal is a standing j ike, and the nicking up ol soft pi How whenever we meet u inre lo bring a red Hush lo the cheek of Mm. Smith, and a declara tion from her that it is loo bad for any thing. Poor Smith! How he ought lo have thanked us for bringing mutter! to a climax. i ii k: Kill Tit ti. When I wan a boy, I lived in one of those rustic uaiglibkiibooila on the out fkirt of lite great M nine woods. Foxea were plenty, lor about all those sunny, pioneer cleat ingK birch partridge breed by Ihou-iinds, an t'l-o field mice and iquincls, making plenty of game for Eeynard. There wure ted foxen, cross gray! and ailver-gray; even 'black foxes were re ported. Thee animal were the pests of the lariii-yardi, and tuude havoc with tiie geose, cats, Im keys and chicken. In the full ot the yen r, particularly alter the froata, the dealing were over-run by them night and morning. Their thurp, cur-like bark ti.ed oficn to rouse u, and of a dark evening we would heur thein out in tlio field, mousing around the atone heap, making a queer, iqiieuking sound like a motive, to call the real mice out of their grass nesls inside the stone heap, This, indeed, i a favorite trick of lteyiiiird. At tbe time of my story, my friend Tom Edward (ten years of age) ami myself were in the turkey buni lies, equal partners. We owned a flock of thirty-one turkeys. These roosled by night in a largo butternut true in front of Tom's house in the very top of it, and by day they wandered about (he edgei ol the clearing! in quest of beechnuts, which were very plenty that fal). All went well luJ the. last week in Oc tober, when on taking (he census one morning, a turkey was found to be miss ing; the thirty-one had bee. me thirty ktinee nightlall the previous evening. It waa the first one we had lost. We proceeded lo look lor traces. Our suspicions weie divided. I mil I bought it was I lit! Twtiiuhiy boys, lielarious Sam in put lien i o . I t bought il might have been an owl llul under 'lit; lice, in the aoll dirt, where the potatoes had been dug, we found lox-tr.n'ks, and two or three .minion. Utile wads ol leathers, w ith one long tail leather adrift. There upon we concluded that the tuikey had ', accidentally luileu (I wn out of 1 he but- ! tt ruut had a lit, pel hapsand that it. i Uuttei ingH had attracted the attention ol some pasain.' Im, which had, forthwith, j taken it in charge. It was, as vte re-! ganled il, one of iko unfortunate oc- j currcners which no rare on our part j could well have foreseen, and a casually aa tuikey raisera are unavoidably heir, j to, aud we bore nur lot with reaigiialiou. i We were glad to remember that tuikey I did not often fall off their roosts. This theory received something of a j check when our flock counted only twenty-nine the next morning. There ! were more fox tracks aud a great many more feather under the tree. 1 his put a i new and altogether ugly aspect on the matter. No algebra wa needed to figure ' th outcome of the I tit key busiue.. :,i tbi tale, together w ith our piospective profit", in lh light of ll i n-w fvt. li waa clear 'hat something mii-t I. d; n and at mice, too, or ruin ivmnl sw'ii,A up the io(ilny linn. Htghlly or wr uijtli . we a'.tiibnied ibe tniie hief In A certain kiiVer -gtav f ix ihM bad aeveial lime been si-en in (In- ;, " bor hoot) that ant until . It would lake far luu mm h "!- ! re ate in detail the (.Una we laid in .1 put in execution lo ralch that (ox dniii g the nm two wet ka. I reroilt t bt we set three trap! for him lo no purpose, and thai we boirowed a foxhound to bm.t him wiih, but merely iu(-ce.-tled in run ning him to lo! burrow in a neighljoriiig rocky hiila'ul, whence we fo'ii.d it iui Jciibie lu diilodg the wily fellow. Meanwhile tbe fix (or foxe.j bad aiic ci. ltd in getting t o more of th tnr-kr-.a Hero, it it aaid, ate born of great criara. '1 l.ia d.lemuia of oora developed Toni'i geuiu. I'd bat !!.! I U a a; I. when lit !;; Ii, e l , and w I, en Ui boun 1 pr.ned i.f ii i il .., I..' ! i iiid: I'iS i.slf Im yet. Hit! h ' I atkel. loin nd be Wu'il 1 ih iw me, llo brougl.t A two bit.!, c! btkket and wetit oil! into ilit' tiel 1. In the Ho tie heap, and bei,l the out ioi and atiimpt, there writ ifij c,is of liesrited mouse ncKk, rai II a wad ol ti '!' ill t g i akk a iai gc a a a qiiai t but Tut' he galheied up, and tilled tl,c, ba.kel. Thei, said he, Il i umphaiil 'y , ibm't tlii ui nih il mousey ! They did, certaiulv; they savored aa .tiMiigly of mice a Tom' queatimi of bad grammar. And d m't foie catch mice? deuiaudcd l oin, con Il lciilly. Yen; but I don't aee how Ihat'a going to c-itch the fox, I aaid , Well, look here, then; I'll allow e,. iid be. I'lay Mm', the fox; and play, 'twas night .and y oil w ei e pro w ling i mm. I the field., ti ) t IT. no, out there In ! that stump' I'u'l of wonder and furiosity,, 1 retired to the . i limp. Tutu, meant lue, Iniuid out I he ui t.4 ol neat. , and Willi it c mi i pletely covered himself. The pile li HV rcMonii'ed hii eni'iinoin mouse-nest , or: rather a small hay -cock. 1'ieity soon I ' heaid a low, high-keyed squeaking noise, I accompanied by a kiight ru-lle inside the j ueal. liv idem If there were mice in it ; i and, feeling my i;hariicler ana fit al 1 stake, I al once (rolled f livaiil, then j crept up ; and, as the I nailing And squeak-1 ing continued, made a pounce inlo the grais a I had he trd il kii.l foxes did' when mousing. lusiaully two spry j Iikia ii h in .U IV Jin out Hit) ii '.t c ut -In' I me with a iii'Mt vengeful grip. A a fox, j I Iruggled Iremi'iidously. Hut Tom ! eviitcatiii' me forthwith, choked me near- i ly black in the lace: t tie n , in dumbahoiv, knocked my head with a stone. 1 li'ye aee now? be demanded. I saw. Hut a fox would bite you, I objected. Let him bile, kaid Tom; I'll resk him when once 1 get theao bread-hooks on him. And he can't smell mi; through th mice nests, either. That night we set ourselves lo put Ibe atralegetn In operation. With Ibe dusk we stole out into the field where the stone heap, were, aud where wo bad of teucst heard foxes bulk. Selecfmi; a nook in the edge of a clump of raspberry bri ais which grew ubout a greul pine stump Tom lay down, and 1 covered liim up completely w ith the contents; of the big basket. He then practiced squeaking ami rustling several lime, lo be ante that all wu in good trim. His squeak were perfect successes made by sucking the air sharply betwixt hi teeth. Now be off, said Tom, and don't coiiifi poking round, nor get iu sight, till you hear me holler. Thus exhorted, I went into (lie burn ami established myself at a crack on the backside, which looked out upon the field where Tom was ambushed. Tom, meanwhile, a he afterward told me, waited till it had grown dark, then began squeaking ami rustling at inter val, to draw the attention of the fox when first he should come out into the clearing, for loxes have cars so wonder fully acute that they arc able to hear a mouse squeak twenty rods away, il is said. An hour passed. Tom must have grown pretty tired of squeaking. It was a moon less evening, though not very datk. 1 could see object at a little distance through the crack, but could not see so fur a the slump. It got rat her dull w ntch-! ing there; and being amidst nice, cosy j straw, I presently went lo sleep, quite ; itiiiiiteut ioually. I in il -.1 have slept some; time, llioitcli it seemed to me but a vei y , few minute. What woke me was a noise a sharp, auppiea.ed yelp. It took ine :i moment ' lo iinderai ami wheie I was, and why I was there. A sound of sen 111 i ng and j tumbling on the ground at some ili. lance a.si-t ,il my wamleiing wits, aud I iii.b-l ed out ol llm 1 .a r ii aud lull tots aid I he field. As I i .in, I wo or I hi ce dull u hack. came to my tar. Tom Wa holding and squeezing one ol hi lauds ivilh the other and shaking it: Violently. He said not a word, and left i tin; lo poke hhuut and tumble on the limp, warm eareus. of h fox that lay j near. j liile ye? I exclaimed, alter satisfying ! my self that the fox was dead. Senile, said Tom; and that was all I I could get fiom him that night. We look Ibe fox to the bouse aud light ed a candle, It wa the siiver-giay. Tom washed I, is bile in cold water and j went lo bed. Next morning be was in a sorry and veiy sole plight. His led hand ; was bitten through the palm, and badl; swollen. Then; was also a deep hue in fleshy pal t of his I igbt arm jus! below the elbow, seveial minor nipt iu bi b-b , leg kbov the knee, and a lagged grab in tb.; chin. I be-c niimeiou. b.tes, how--evei, were lo ,owi-i bv no ci;.us i, lte. tk. I'i,e tit it iii;. lout told in- tlott in- l"i h t'i .ll'l 111 jioiued inlo the iu-s,, (hat h had I illill tio d ol il l" of j!. I.ntd l'-gi, an t .hit they bad lolled iis -r .ii.d iV t III !:l' Jlf i .gllhir II" 0111! . me that w tie ii the lox 1,11 I, in 011 t i. 1 01. he ie! go 1. 1 the Itl III, att'l W..tn ' htve giien up Itie light, hnl !n ' 1 lis 1 liad i l,.ii rii.i u ii i v atiaiked i''ii I i-1 Hi ti , i.ii I ,,in, I pi. 1 .11. 1 i I 1 .1. t. it oiti lib Ic ui . We kohl I l,e loX akill I -I ice ll'l'." ant received '1. 11111 .loliaia lor , iri a coamioii red fox kiu la u"l woi n im.i thill lhree 'f'liltlt ll'.W, !!' h Whit WU. Itjit f H got t'.c luikeya out uf the !.i,'ii loiitenni', is a.-it tin thai pcr-.kiie.t With hitn. l! won itl seem lhat be fnu.t itlir have rlimlMrd tl tree, orla l.av practif.! sorcery to make the tuikey tAiine down . j tl a t.ri a 1 1 a t "tn.ii I 1 it tt ml 1 it t " ,,.,!,., A ,r t mli ; ,t.i!,l , ! I ill ii Aitl.nr M. Ati f u '"dg lo I i f tit of I l':k ol I he iip! i-:ne I .": t, t'olunibit, gave in'' n 1"; ke U.I an mini r Slid !,:: I I, , I l"i a. tc . n -- hii I cl to, 11 t ' I 1 ! A I. t:,il soon t io n . " I le , tun- to mi r 1 0111 1 ,,l S'. .1 up e lo ui- ,11 uliU i t. t .. .J , i.ii.g. I 1; 1 Im 11 I bete bke M i.e. or s one of !!,, I pall ial-.-l... Hi- l-i.'j;. il n I Itli": i 1 1-i t doit 11 lo l,,n k 1,11. 1 . i 1 I O ss 1 1 . Ii! I'' lllO'il .;V 111 I t(-V I'M (, anil ..ail!, i ,1 pi op, ,1 i i. 01, 1 1'ionld think, three bun, lit d to I di ed puiiiiiN. A look a' lie- t; 01, . 00 man , Ibe poel, ami th lawyer t md mixed iu hi l.i -c, with a type ot something Ik it; lit' n and antique. " lie had a io,' !,. n i I .ce i s , 1 ot,n- In In lil, clou, in d i'rJ ii.ilie hail -Ever and niioii he di c it- i n. 11,1,1 hia lioae, an I I in-11 sit 'd i! in h a list again, And iheii th,. ipii - r o' I hoi,.! 1 i -lool oil lilt and learn , itg , ."! I i;;lil on in ll.e iine ol 1 pi act i, il it, e , m I lu'. Im and 1 1 I it t mil vt ci e 1 ; ion i'ii I 1 i l, h - ;.' H O I C t , Itl !: . I ' 'it' I , it! I'OiS foi t Uui-ua! . I was a-limiabed." McAilbur by Ibe iinv, l n greal tic -devotiK r of bonks and lie n, lie 1. n na tive Si-oti 'on til. Iln 1 fn n .1 blight tit t Us bii.lv 1,0111 M id, ..;,, ,t,, I ... 1 it ine popular bete. Albeit Pike Is a mm In.,,',, his sli'i ped over. Tbcte 1. no man in the world of so many aides to hi t t li.n hi In , and so plain ivithtl. He wa. bom at Nctvbitrt- porl, M.i. , Ihe sou ol a slioi'iniil,, 1 , A wild, p;ic tic 1 1 lite look him to Mci n, and Im returned iu a pack Ham 1,- a inn , 1 . 1 -vcr, Iron l'h,huahu.t lo I' m t Viniih. Sil ting dotv 11 in a printing Hi c at Little I tuck, lie lice ime an editor, Itwycr, and chii'lof the Whig party, which h.' led with iiiilliucbing con-isteiii i Ihroii ;h pi 1. pcitial niitioi ity iIiaii to Ihn c,i,l tviir, lighting 111 'mil ime in I be Mcticiu war, aud doing t be government Inclines, ol the Cherokee. He became li,'h nil 1 cel ebrated, Quarrelling wilh J lli'i.on Davit '-0111 after the rebellion beg- 111 he i'.hdiew from tilt', contest , acd al Ibe close va Jionf. He removed In Wa-hiiiglon City about Ihe cat' Sti7, iiinl opened ,1 law' II lllce wil h Eolierl Johnson, e-i n ttor, the nephew of Vice I'resiileiil Johnson. Hi hum i ill Aalevti, It in, licit i,i.'iici!y busv siMpirl, where a laign hmisi", wilh garden, stable ami every eonifoi table ap purtenance of gas, water, tind police niav be had lor ubout t 1 1 11 in mi h, wi.ere.M Ihe tyranny ol lahioii inuke tin; saini! stylo ol residence cost in Washington $ .'oil a mouth. There wa an nuu-uuilv vivacious nod intelligent daughter. I'ike spend bis limit in it largu library, 1 011 taining perhaps ."V""' volume, eleyauily rebound the cnlleiiioti ol ti li let ime.--Hi lasti: lor book extends lo tin ir cov ering, and hi! haj a passion for eleganl printing iu common and colored ink, ail hi own volumes on Mason and Hindoo Philosophy being produced in (hi way by bis niniiteur disciple. Line swords, duelling pi. tola which he bus used on the field, a collection ol elaborate pipes, w hidi he smokes pietty much all the time, und strange things of virtu, are pari ol hi surrounding. Hi. poems; have In en col lected and reissued wilhiti Ihe pint two years mid he ha. written a series of book 011 Masonry which, qucei ly enough, have carried him fiom his apparently lijviul I heme back to mediicv.'il Jewish 11 I final ly Sanscrit M-tonry , a. lie beii' ve.. Not being a Mason, I am only iiivine that, eit her us u pod or n .ebioar !',). h , 11 in ed I he gei 111 -i of Misinr bey mid t he vc tiliuli of his toi y . He i. n S.iu.'-: i 1 schol ar and ha. eiimposed nn uii-iil-i- tl' -iii-e. noiv llndcl ioii.g Ji'liiii' i.ll io in l-onoon, Which ia apokeu of i h rape-.! tiiey by his 1 1 ieoils. I llil 11,1. M.I tk lioiv in" two Vlibijje., a-ty Tlcieail, one cinliowi'ie.l in iec- ;t 10 1 lil.tiug wilh al! Ih" glories ol I tuber, the 11. le 1 ,t iiii'M-Iv tinii! and ti.eie-.. Wii-i.-or tviin only a aiitgli- Ine or two tor 1 no 1 I , s m I shall be nil e thai III I he hit If" w.ilbi: found Ihe mo-l si it vei find b,,' io- I n ligi'iiitHii, and iuo-( tteieriilt' dm,!. "is. Every wash tub and milk i'n will he ex posed. Tin; inhabitant tviil tl 1 -11 j . ;n r abruptly behind their barn, and lem ., like the desei t A111I1- ami'i Ihe fn k-, and I shall look to 'C kpeul 4 III lie il' hiii'ls. Tl'f, Wil! be fH y to it 1 pi II, e tun. I bai 1 en and fori'uu do, ' 1 in" - t, Ibit l," world is speedily coming o iui 1 1, 1, lie has all cad y got to it, or llul li.ey l cin aei c. ai e 1 01 tii c;' iiinii:; sole mil '.'. ai -I. The l Will pr. bailee t . k t !,cl ill y j illll at one auoi her ami -iif it u apii ,lua: me Uiuuicition. . I It 1 11 I I 1. sit 1. 1 ( II !,"! li m-tii fail in Im. w'1.1 an flL'cl it ha on hi lot iiii-r cie,!;tm . 1 Me;, vt bo hale taken Inm bv inn itrm, ii i.'iii and itut'id w. '.ii him hv (be I, mil, ;.ing their alcmi l-r. and j tr.i w.i'i a col 1 ' I lotv 1I0 your on , ! , ! I t! ' ! i. lo 'i . . I, 1 1, '""I 11 ,1 it il i ,l.-..-ii.e I, Iii ,t H ! 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