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KCHUOL XAKHNEn8, EOnBKW; HILL..,. Anili. OKLOA'BMITH V " J, MoCOitMIGtt. oononeiiLa. DOBOliGU OFFMJEU8. JOHN H. Mct'OMttH...... ..M&Tnx. WILUAH kai.muii Hit ordkr. TaXMURtn. Mabvuai.Ii, TaOITBBi. . W. KIMSAMAW.. jkLLUM UKAKK JACilUHILUBKHKASU, MATUKVCLU(iHTO.N, M. a.MASSFIKLI), JACOB KKIKCHBAOM. JIllf.KIl KOl'SE. , rHE rebicrlber beji leaie to announce thet be he uncneil a llulol, tu bo called H'O " Miller Houae,! llircctl r oioioeito the Kampll Hufe. Ham Mreei, eniaiid,ai.i rvlcclluHy Buucui a eneiB i;i hi. i.uw Ic patlouage... - rtlULlsH. A ililaud, March nd, Vi. n44. If. 3SMriHE HOUSE, ' j AIUIO, U. C. nATJTOLDfj Preiprlctor. Akron, Jan. In, 1M4. u3i If. - Ainr.rtixA iioune. n Hit nndorelilBeu navinfr leaeeu .ph.. n.. .v. 1 atormol yeare,reiiectfully enliclti a uliait of ll.o ablkCPttlruttaiie. .tl rnull will "I'ai" u in mi...-- -.t to the comlua ul all wuu. may lanumini n iP. J. MCE. uiir. Jeromcvllle, foe. 30, 1013. FHAKKI.IN HOI Si:. TTAV1NG teaxed theehove named nouie lor aierm B.A ufyeari, Hie nudcrelimed refj.ectlully ollclla 17.... .,ki. ,,.ii-..n..M. N.iiiAiuB will herniated omake cuiuioitable all U"io wbo my lavyr litm iiitbacall. tflLI.IAM ituuinBun. Aablaud, Sot. S3, IW3. . .. ri'tLF.11 IIOIiSE. i. TOSEPH DBYARJIAJt. havlnf attain taeen vnv .1 .t..... II...... wiHliaiirf!DArcdtuAi;i;uuiniodaieall till old frlende who may lavor uim era a tan Undo!!!. 0- KM. "J. . sett looriR x. wTo. I oiomh l.-mlil , At", OA' I AihUU, Uktt WATSOK cY PAHKElly l(ly' J Cnnttllm el U mat Mrl fa Cry; llTAV""3 formed acopartnenlilp, wlllilee prompt ill attention to all builueee eutrueted lo their cere u tblt and lurruundinf countlea. utltce iu me toum ately ocounled by the County Treaiurer. Aaniaud, noe. aau, looa. BOUVIB W. XBLia.' i WILllAlt B ALUBOX. . KELLUOCIdc ALLISON, , . lfornyi o( lam a4 Solidton in Ckaneeryi KiriLL attend toallprofeiilonalbuilneieentruetea VV to their care, In I till and adjoinlnj oountlee. Aablaud, Nov. vJd. US3. . hiu jakbb r. eniin. I jambb ei.OA. 8.1IITH SLOAN, ' ' Atlarntyl end Counttllortal Law i FFICK over Empire Store or J. R. Kqulre. Bunl neln thle and Beiiliborlni connttee nrumptly ttendril lo. ... Aahlaill, NOV. 83d, 16H. Mil OB. J. BBBHV. ALKX. FOBTBB. . HENNT A I'OKTF.It, . . jeftye aad Ceaeeeffcre at Lam. VI!.!. attend promptly toallbuelneeeentrnited to their care In Ihta and adiolnlni connliee. Of- Icq on corner of Main and Church etreete. Aehland Kov. S3d, IBM. ' ott jujb a. ruLTon. . . - ., 'johmm. M'oonee. ,. 1'ULTOX McCO.TIU!!, Af'ornept and Counief fort of Lavi , FPICKon Main ilreet, over tbe Orocery Store of J. A It. freer. Aibliud. Aihlaud County, unio. plovember gtd. 163. Wtf Mr-: THOMAS. BULL, . ." WriDNHV AT t.lW mnA f.i.ll.. nt tin P....A Loudutivllle, Asblaiid County, uuio. II November r.d. 1813. - Mil" .w jPHT IN""' : p. . HI p. II. CLAIIK, DI. D.f E illPFICK at hit renldeuce nearly oppoille the Court t tiouie, llihlanil, where lie may be ooneulled at all timee. Feb. 14, 1(54. . , . . J. W. KINNAMAN, JTI. JD.t yratlttioiur tf Mtdicint and Surgtryi AY be comulted at hli'reeidence on Alain atreet, Aihland. Aehlaud Connllr.uAa loveniborllSd, W3. ' .. , , . Mlf J Vj , Dlt. THOMAS HAYKel, . , g fcl araeillloneT 0 itirnniH. uwm oMieT"f Ion of IVann AH. Aehland ounty, Obio. Alio, Juit- . . .lot ol the Feaoe and Itotaiy Fubllc; , ngiuvemofriuu, inae. . .: eTX3'tVX3XjI3XI.Se oboe r I I. B.COODFELLOW, .'. tlTATCHAIAKKR AND JEWELER. tui ueaior in nwiu.., i.wnti, I m uiUEii.iiiiHconuiiuui.ni.t ., b.u- y zkf m ana nnr.karenAlred and warranted. HiRboit price paid lor old tiold ana Bllvar. (InuneitetheHamueel ilouee. d, Ohio. aiiif. . Ilea H. IHiH. f WILLIAM BALHTON. vtVITATCHA,0pLoct;MAKSK p0,iomct ' J ; .""H'1 "I.: "'' etreet: Aelilaud. Obio. jeaV.1 . i 1 , ' "'eholee varialr of .- .....vpuuaMu.ii, b uaua. tnhMin.1 im. ... ; . .w ' . nir e. A. HVnea.- 1 flfdiivacriaolroiielSnor A THRKK dowa belter the Timet Prhtthte Ofnce. AehlAea iikin f..A.M we done to order en the tnorteit notice andlmott 'reaionableterme. .. ?- . nietltth, WM. " ahii ' i t f m iw i- Ttja. K 1 IommenuV It wti (f moni ill , ?::;r,flfrt;3brtrii.',;:;:; , (from ut f-umam'i Sligailue.) ... , ;l!:HH,TWOANQ;La,J Sr, Two aniele, one of Life nd one of Deatk, Faeted o'er the villas a the mornlin brokej The dawn wae'oa their facee, and beneath, , ... ,The aombrt honeet heareid with plumee of onwxe, Their attitude and aipect t, era the tame, iU v. s Alike their featuree and their robet of while i ' But one waa crowned with amaranth, with flame, . jinit one witn aapbodel ll.ie flake, of light. Ieaw.thempauttontbelrcelotlalway,; i , Then tald f, with deep fear and doubt orpretoed Beat not eo loud, nfy heart, leet thou betray . The place where thy beloved are at rett 1" ' ' . . . - . '"t ' And he, who wore the crown of aaphodflt, i 0etcendlng, t my door began to knock, " 71 And my eoliank within me, at In welle ' ''l Tl1 wt,! 'o ot'ow an eartjiquaki'i thook,'. ' I recognlaed the namelen agony, ' , Tbe terror and the tremorand the pain; '' . ' . That oft before bad filled and haunted me, ' And bow returned with Ihiee told ttrength again , The door 1 opened to mr heaveulr guttt, .i 'I . And liitened, tor I thought 1 heard Cod'a volet ; And knowing whataoe'er he tent wet beet, ,. i ' Dared neither to lament nor to rejoice, . then with a mile, that filled the houee with light, ' '"Mr errand it not Dentil, but Life," he laid ; And ere t anewered, paining out of light, . On hit celeitial embaaiy ho iped, ,, , ' . !.!. A . 'Twat at thy door, 0 friend I and not at mint, ,, The angel with the amaranthine wreath, . ' ' Fauilng deicended, and with voice divine, Whlipend a word that had a loond like Death. Then fell npon the houie a tudilcn gloom, Aihadow on thoio feiturei falaand tkih ; ' And eoflly, from that buihed and darkened room, Two angelt iaaued, where but one went In. All It of did f If lUbut.wav'eblihei.d "'' '"' The mini collect, the ralu falll thick and loud ; Till with a unlit of llilit on tea and land, '' . Lo lie looke back from tjie departing cloud. Angeli cf Life and Death alike are fill, ' Without ala leave they pa., no II reholdo,er, Who, trfen, would with or dare, believing tbii, Agalnil lil. meaeengeri to eliui the door I THE BRIDE OF THE WIlEl'K. '" ' A BEAVmvi STOEY. . 41 1 wag a lonely mrt of a Imclielor, anil had never ytl known what j-niing niPii otyla "Hie paiiinn."' Of pantiun I hail oiimigb, oofiiy old mala yonder can lell you. I broke hu head hucr, and Ilia arm oner, in (lis tit it; bill hs h:u aluiive xeemed to love tne ill llin beiter, and lie clinga lo me now rwy tmich aa two (lied'n of the lame cliii cling togeihcr wlien drift irig at ra. We arc tbe ile atirviviira oi a ihiiunand wrtxkii, anal of aha timpani, that n.iili d with U4 two ytan ago, no oilier oim Ii-ft ndtial, I lind been a aail-vfrom bny-liood, and wlien 1 was twenty-fire, 1 may tufi ly any no man was more til l rnmmiiid a vessel among the mariners of Ungluiid, And al this lime my uncle died and It'll me his fortune, I tad never aerii him, and liardly knew of his rxinlence ; liul 1 hnd now speaking evidence of Ihe fact dial lie had exisled ; and equally good proof ihal he exisled no longer. " " ,"1 was very young and airimg in limb, and i think atnul in heart, and I was pirn leased of the renlal of some thousand per annum. What bar was there lo my en joyment of ihe goods of life T No bar hi deeil, bul I fell sorely the lack of means ol enjoyment, 1 was a sailor in every nente. iMy tduealmn Wai lolernhle, and I had some books, out my lales were nautical, and pined on shiire, You easily under stand, then, why I buill a yacht and will pent much of my time on her. She was a fine eraft, suiied lo my taste in every re- apeei, and I remember with a sigh, now, ihe happy days 1 have apentiri ihe-Foam.' 1 used lo read considerable in my cabin. and occaiionally. indeed weekly, invited parlies ol gentlemen lo cruise will) me. liul the foot of a lady had never been on llie deck of tny boat, and I began to have an old bachelor's pride in thai fact. Yel, I coulees lo ynu a secret longing for some orlof aiTeciion different from any I had heretofore known, and a restlesauess when men talked ol beautiful women in mv presence. " Une aummer evening I was at Ihe old hill in which my uncle died, and was en tirely alone. Toward aunset I waa sur prised while looking over my books, by ilia entrance of a" gentleman hastily an nounced, sod giving .indication of no little excitement.. ' ' ' ' ' Your pardon, sir, for my unceremonious entrance. My horses have ran away with my carriage, and dashed it to pieces near your park gate. My fattier was hadly in jured, and my aister ia nowwatrhing him. i nate taken me liberty lo ask your per mission. 10 bring him to jour tnsidenfe." "Of. course my consent wat instantly given, and my own carriage dispatched lo int park gate. . i ;' - "Mr. bmelalr was i gentleman of for tune, residing about forty jiilea from me; and his father, an1 invalid,- flfly' years or mora iif age, was on Ins way in company with his som to his son's house, there to die and be buried. They were strangers to me, bul 1 made them' welcome lo my house aa if it were their own, and insisted on their uimg it. " " Miss Sine air waa the first women who had croaaed my door stone sines I had been poasessor ol His hill. And well mifhl site have been loved by belter men than 1. She was very small nd ery beautiful of Ihe sue of Venus, which all men worship aa the perfection of womanly beauty, but hating a loft blue eye, strangely shaded by jet black brows, .Jjer fact presented. Ihe contrast ot purity of whiteness in the eom- piexion eet oil by -raven hair, and yel that hair hanging jn cluitermg curls, un bound by comb or fillet, and . the whole face lit up with the expression of gentle trust and complete confidence sillier in all arouiid her, or else in her own indomitable determination.. For Mary Sinclair hid a mind of her own, and far seoingoneloo. Shtl vTna nirtalaan than . . . IM "M lln, rut.ae A.A In mt, h'nilea. and 1 al. .... .. , ASHLANI), ()IIOTJI)pSi)AY MOKXiyGl IAY at tended (ha solemn procession that bore his remains ever hill and valley lo Ihe bid church In which his ancestors were' laid Once after that I called on the family, and then avoided ihnn. I cannot tell you wlrat waa the cause of Ihe aversion I had til entering that houae, or sppruachhig the in fluence of that matchless girl. ' I believe lhal I feared lite magic of her beauty, and was impressed with my owaunwonhinoss to love her or.be Jpved by ,ber. I knew her associates werj of the nohle. the edu cated, the refined, and lhal I was none of these,. VVhal then, ''could I expect ' hut mitery.if J yielded to the. therms' of thai exquisite beauty or graces which 1 knew were in her soul 1 .,... , ." A yeas pasted j and I Waa a very boy In my continued thought of her;', per suaded myself s thousand times that 1 did 0 illo e her, and athouaand lirnea deinrmin. ed to prova it by eniering hef presence. Al length", t threw myself into, the votlsx of Loudon society, and waa lost in ihe winripuoi. " " 'One evening at a crowded aaaemhly, I waa Handing near a windi in a ireciss, talking with a lady, when I fell a sirange thrill. I cannot deacrihe il'tu vou. hut ua .effecl was viaible to my companion, who inatanliy said, "You are unwell, Mr Slew art, are you nol 1 1 Your face became sud denly flushed, and your hand trembled so as lo ahake Ihe curtain.'' ... ,i. . "It wns inexplicable to mf self: hull was siartled at the anuouiiceirienl of Mr. and Miss Sinclair:' I turned, hnd saw she was entering on her brmiicr'a arm,' more beautiful than ever. (low 1 escaped I did not know, bul I did so. ,, ... , , " I hnce afterwar.i I waa warned of her presence in this mysterious way, till I he lieted that there WeriMnme mvsteritius link between us two, of unknown', but power ful characler. , 1 have sinet? Imrnul to be lieve ihe communion of spirit with apiril, sometimes tvitltontm.ili-ri.il in erventinii. I heard of her frequently now as en- gaged to a Mr. Waller, a man whom I iiow well, and was ready to do honor as worthy o her love. When al length t saw, as I supposed, saiislaclory eiiuYnce of the rumor, I lift Loudon and met them no more. The sama rumor followed me in loiters, and yei I was-m ul enotirh to dn sin of Mary Simd .ir, until mootlia after 1 awoke lo'lho auitseof what a fool 1 lud been. " Convinced of this, 1 wenl aboard my yachiabnul iriidauroiiier, andforl'our weeks never set fool on fhiire. 'One sultry day, when pitch was (rtinr; on the.,dcuk, in the hot gun, we rolled heavily, on the Bay of Biscay, and I oaas. ed llie afternoon under a nail on Uih lar- hnard qrtr iWk,- Tiiwnrd evtoin, I fancied a storm was brewing, and havin2 made all ready jor it, smoked mi the tuff mtl nil midiiiglit ;. and tli intuited in. Will you Jelieve me, I fell' that strange thrill through my tiiii, ua I lay in' my ham mock, and awoke wi'.h ii, fifteen seconds before the watch on deck failed suddenly lo the roan, at Hie wliel, Furl- port your mini! a sail ou llie k-e bow. Sieai v " l was on dect In an instant,- and saw thai a alilT breece waa blowing and a small schooner, showing no lights, had crossed nut fore-foot within pistol shot, and waa now bearing up lo i'.ii north-west. The sky was cloudy and dark, but ihe breete waa very steady, and l wenl below again and after endeavoring vainly lo account lor the emotion I had fell, in any reasonable way, l Bl length fell asleep, and the rock ing nf my vessel, as she Hew before Ihe wind, gave jual motion enouifh in mv hammock lo lull me inlri a sound slumber. Bui I dreamed all night of Mary Sinclair. I dreamed of her, bul it waa in unpleasant dreams. I saw her standing on ihe deck of the 'Foam,' and as I would advance to ward her the form of Waller would inter pose. I would fancy, at times, thai triy arma were around her, and her .form waa testing againal my aide, and her head lavlni on my shoulder and then by Ihe strange mutations ol dreams, u was not l, but Waller, that was holding her, and I waa chained In a post, looking al them ; and sue would kiss him, and again the 'kiss would be burning on my lips. The morn ing found me wideawake, reasoning my self out of my fancies, . By noon I had enough lo do. The ocean was roused, A tempest was out on the sea, and Ihe Foam went before ii. .' .'.,... "Night came down gloomily. The very blackness of darkness wai un the water as we flew before Ihe terrible blast,, I was on deck lashed lo the wheel, by, which I stood, with a knife within reach to .cut. ills lashing' if necessary. We had but a rag of a sail on her, and yet aho moved more like a bird than a boat, from wave to ware. Again and again, a blue -wave went, pver ua bul ahe came up liko a duck and aliook u IV ihe water and dashed on. , Now ahe alaggered m l blow was on her bow, lhal might, liave aiavcd a man of-war, but she' kepi' gallantly on and now aha . rolled heavily and alowly, bul never abatnd the will flight inward shore, : It waa midnight when the wind was highest. . The howl ing f llie cordage wag , demonical, Now a scream, now a shriek, now a wail, and a laugh of mocking madness, , On, on we flaw. ' ' ' .'.,.,. l looked up, and turned quile around the horizon, bul could see no sky. do sea, no cloud all was blackness, . Al that mo ment l fell agnin that sirange thrill, and al llie instant fancied a' denser blackueis ahead t and the next with a crash and plunge, the Foam wasgone t : Down went my gallant boat, and wiih her another ves. eel, unseen in Ihe blank night. , The wheel Id- which I had been-'ashed, had broken loose, And gone over with me before ahe sank. Il was heavy, and I cut it away, and it wenl down fn the' deep aea above my beat. 1 And seeing a spar. I seized it, and a thrill of agony shot through me as I recognised the delicate finger sf woman. I drew bei to me, ant) lathed her to ihe spar by my aide, and so, in the hlaok night, we two floated away over lie aioruiy ecein. '" i--s--'"- " My companion waa senseless for agrit -t KAevr dead.r' A thousand e'moiion passed throuiih my! mind in the next-five minules. ( .Whty. was my. companion on the slight spart,. What, was llie vessel I had aunk t. W.aa'l with the body pt only a human being, or was there a spark of life left I and how ifjutd I fan ll to flame? Would it nol be bi iter 10 let her sink than, float off with ne, ihus alone , to aurv or die of ihirsl and a ;ony.",.' ' i " I chaffed her Hinds, her forehead, her enouideriV In llie dense darkness I could nol tee a feature o: her face, nor lell if she .were old or ynu g-scarcely White or black, i Tjie f ileal I po the sea was fear- fulr . ti,A 47!:,i ,..! : . So long as J hs 1 1ieen on Ihe deck of my boat,' the wind whistling through the ropse en around ike-spars, had maJe couiinual sound ; bif now I heard noilting but the occasional sparkling of. the spray, the dash of a foam t ip, or llie heavy sound of llie wind pressin ; on tny. ears, . ! ' Al length shefi oved her hand feebly in nirne,;i How mt heart leaped at lliut slight evidence that' Wis nol alone ty mhe wild ocean, i I redi ibled my exertions. I passed one of her rm over my neck to keep, it out of the re ler, while I chaffed the other hand will both of mine.. J felt the clasp of iHrI a'r v llghien. I bowed mv .bead toward here; "She drew me close to her, laid lior cheek hgainat miiin. I let ii rest there" ii ojigh .warm her'e, and eo help to give, her III ... Then she neslled cloae lo my bosom aid whispered " Think yon,? Why did n y brain so wildly ihrob in my btad at thai whispered scntrncet She knew nol win re she was that waa clear. Her mind w .s wandering. At that inRlnni Ihu end of le spar struck some some heavy objeel, and we were dashed by a huge wave ovae it, and to my joy were, leli on a-fluaiig, deck. I cut the lashing front the spar,, and fastened inv companion and myself lit the part of ihe new rslt or wreck, I knew not which, and all thai lime thai arm was around mv neck. and rigid as if in death, .i. t.' Now came, the low-wild wail that pre cedes the breaking up of the elurm.' The air seemed tilled with view ess anirna mournfully siuoing 'and aitrltint;. I never thought of her as anything -else than a hu man being. Ii was lint humanity, that dear likeneaa of lila, lhal endeared her to me. 1 wound my urm around her, and drew her close to nty heart, and bowed my head over her, and in the wildness of the moment 1 pressed my lips In hers in a Ioiik. pasionale kiss of intense hive and agony. She gave it back, murmuring soni'e ii u me of endearment, wound boilt urtns round my neck and laying tier head on.niv shoulder with hef forehead pri'surd ngrtinst , my .chunk, fell into a ealin slumber. Tint kiss hums on my lips this hour. Half century ol the culd kisses of llie world. have nol sufliced lo chili its influence. , It Ihrills me now as then 1 It was madness with idle worship ot the form id God gave in the image, of himself which iiHhai hour 1 adoird as evur Ood ! 1 tee the unearth" ly joy again to-day, as 1 remember the clasp of those unknown arms, and the soft pressure of that fore head. 1 knew nol, I cajsd not, if she were old and haggard, or young and fair. , ;- ,,j i. " I only knew and rejoiced with joy untold lhat ahe was humaq mortal, nf my own kin, by the grea( Futher ol our race, "It was a night of lhot)glit,iid emolions and phantasms li at never eJfn be describ ed. ., Morning dawned gravely, the first faint gleam of light allowed me a driving cloud above my, head it was welcomed wiih a shudder. I haled light. , 1 wanted le float over lhat heaving ocean, with thai form clinging to ma, and my arms Around it, and my lips ever and anon pressed ( ihe passionless lipl of the heavy sleeper, I asked no light. It was an intruder on my domainy and would drive ber from my embrace.) I was mad. 'i :. ' ' ' " Bul ae I taw the. face of my compan ion gradually revealed in the dawning light; aa my eyee began to make out one by one the features, and al length the terrible truth eame sldwly burning into my brain, - I mourned aloud in my agony,-""Ond of heavens, ahe is dead !" ! And il waa Mary Sinrlair. Mi,,...'. ...p.:: ".Bul she was not dead,, . f., ( ... a " We floated all day long on the aea, and at midnight of the next night 1 hailed a ship and they took us ofl. ' Every man from the Foam and the olher vessel waa saved with one exception. . The other vessel was tbe! Fairy, a - achopner yuichl, belonging lo a friond of Miss Sinclair, with whom ahe and her brother end ( pari of ladiea and gentleman had started hut three Haj.- prw vjuusly lor a week'a cruise, j 1 need not tell you how I x plained that strange thrill as the schooner crossed our bow the night befufe llie collision, and when I felt again at the iinoneul nf Ihe crash, nor wiat itllerprelaiiori ( gave lo the wild lumull of eniolinni all that long night,," ..- . , . . i" I married Mary Sinclair, and I buried her thirty yesra afierwaid ; and I some lime! have llie same evidence of her pres ence now, that I used lo have when she. lived on the aame earth with me." ., , . : :t ; C7 A poor fellow who had apent hun dreds of dollars al the bar of a grocery,' being one-day. faint and feeble, and out nf change, asked die landlord lo trust him with glass of liquor, i . : Hi. -iu rt ; r "No," was llie surly reply; ! never made a practice bf doing such llilngs." V 1 " The podr fellow turned to the gentleman who was. titling by, end whom he had kuown ii belter days.saying, '.'Sir will you lend me t aix pence." Oerisinly," wit the reply. ' ' - Tho landlord with alacrity "placed ihe' decanter and glase before hint tie took A pretty good horn, and having awallowed it, and replaced Ihe glass with evident talis-, faeton, he turned m the man wha lent him' Ihe ilnenfndtaid!-y,"i 'yi in j, , Viler u the kiipsnrv I dwe, you; ,1, mske it a point degraded at t am, uliquyt 10 phy borrowed vtiinrjj, bfotl I pay my frofbilL" TH2 i USO -j OP PEOPLE THE .in-; il.M lo 13X1011118.16 fin's ' A correiponlsnVfroroDarien writes an iiiwrtsilng account for the New Yerk Eve oiftg Pusi, in . which -he does-'eribes the latbfrrea ad lie people, i,, '., -, :i . Among the common people, marriage is scarcely ever eolemnized. . The parties live together as man and wife, each reaerr. ing'the right lo leave the other as inlereat .Or eaprie roiy dictate.!,' Mow and theft a case occurs where Ihe nirliei oonnnua faith ful lo, each piherfirlife..Tbeae, however are exceptions lo the rule. In a great ma jority of cases, wonrtn are left, after a few years, with a brood of heiplrsa children, ,lu aaf. the.'. vicisBHudee erf -Mfe e--beei- they can; and thecbancee ,o( cbildren to siluated, to become reputable inei andwo meri, or useful citizens,' la smalj, indeed: 1 have seen women wiih' two,' three, nr more children, who, when asked, s the father of your childrea living?", answered, 'Yes; each child Jiaa a father living." : It ia only very recendy thai mirrisges performed by others iliau ecclesiastics have been legal, and lire fees established by llie chnrch halve been so enormous aa lo place them beyond (he reach: of ihe poorer classes, It is doubtful, however, whether the people will avail themselves of, ihe rec'eul lay-ihey prefer the present arrange- mem. - v Along the line of the railroad, as well as of Ihe Uhagres river, and about sll of the principal towns, Ihe inhabitants are ma.de up of a motley assemblage of Weal India negroes and natives f Central and South America. - These people are generally dis sipated, filthy, treacherouK, uulruitworihy, and beastly in the worst sense ol the woild. There are, of course, exceptions to this, their general character,. From this class of population come most ol the desperadoes who have pcrpelraied thefis, robberies, and murders, along the rout between Navy Bay and Panama. ! .. r -. Most of ihe boatmen upon lha Chsgres river are of this class, and also are ihe muleleera and guides wiih whom the trav eler meets and - by whom he is imposed upon in crossing "the Isthmus " ; : ..As we recede from -the great line nf travel and, approach , the rural, districts, there is a much 'oore marked tendency lo a predominance of flidbn feature; and ilio population ofihe.se rural district are regar ded aa much more honest, faithful, kind and obliging, posseseing,,. however, very little energy or industry, , They ere "sim ple, contented, jemperatfj; anil . with fow wants, anil those eitsilysupplied."' Many of the land holder in this country lay claim in,, enoriiiouswtt,'f-ofTefi "sprnl ntilas in extent, and wiillnul my OrliuiieJ line ol deinarcatiiiii or boundary aoflle-. tiinea no sign of any clearipti'fxeeple few acrei about Ihe reauleucir'of Ihe'laiidlord;' and yet no person is allowed to pasture-! cattle pr erect any sjirliil edihea :tm uiis cl liin without periujtaion from the pretend ed owner. , ' j-' ' "".',) '., , -.; There are nn funees, and I hare not teen twenty rods of roid that a" carringo widi more than one wheel could pits over, in dependent of the Railroad. The use of ihe plough is unknown, the machete serving as axe, saw, hoe, plough and sickle, aa well as weapon nf warfare. The native, with' this inachnt, clears ihe limber from the land, and with iia point makes a hole in the ground where he de posits his seed, using the aame for cutting down Ihe weeds, as well as for harvesting ihe grain. . " , . : The soil in most parts of the country is of amazing fertility, and capable, whett welt tilled of sustaining immense crnni of all torts of tropical fruits and grains, The Iruita thai grow almost spontaneously are cocoa hut, orange, plantain,, banana, limes, lemons, etc., etc. Indian corn, couce, rice. sugar cane, yams, melons, etc., etc., hare been successfully cultivated on a small icale.1 in ' t--'!-' - : Many of these landholders have immense herds of cattle roaming over their poesee sions. I have seen several hundred claim. ed as the property qf one man, ihe only expense or trouble mending the ownership being that of herding them once a year for die purpoae of marking ihe caltei. Goats, asses, hogs, poultry, -euh, may be raised (and are) largely in tome disliicle, ' ' - One can hardly, fair of being strongly impressed w'lh lire man, poiuls of resemb lance between the hibits of lile of these people snd thoss of the patriarchal ages, as described in the book of Genesis. The large herds of calile, gnatt ind asset, and, lo a certain cxleiik theii nomidio life. continually call to mind . Abraham . and Lot, with their families; and the condiiioit of families ao much resembling concubi nage, to which I have referred ajiove. women with huge jara (pitchers) filled with water on their heads ijieir simple attire, the sandaled,fet and gtpupt of men, wo., men and children tqualttuc ou , the fround. at the door of llieiruabin, (tent,) and even ine manner ol" gathering aa well as cooking -their Iruita, and' preparing their meant. intend lo impress one strongly with the idea, lhal oriental limes sud habits have come down. to in all their simplicity. ' The inhabitants reside 'mostly in huts, made of bamboo poles, the lower ends of which are placed in A trench dug in the ground, while ihe ttpper enda are lied In gether with (hongs cut from 'pntanned hides. These huts srs covered with palm leaves. 'They are' entirely destitute, ( a floor a dried Dttllock'a Hide serves se a couch for ihe night, and a teal it well at table for day, .. The attire nf the men is of the eimpteet kind; tome of the ore inlerpiising and wealthy own a shirt; and in a very few cues, I have known the luxury ef panu luonl indulged in on great occasion. , v 1 lie drest of a full-grown, boy ol Cow teen or fifteen consists of abroad-brimmed palm-leaf hat op hie bead, sandals, -on bis feat, end a cigar iii his (neuih'iy nssno.' I Young Udist oitjiq,; lainf, aget a trifle more; elaborately dressed, someiunes wear ing'a garment which coven the person bJow tho pectoral region admirably. is5.y , Children grew up in indolence aud list leu inaction, not the slightest effort being made by llie parents to develope the msnlil ,or physical powers. Occasionally we meet e femirle among the mere wealthy who would, fairly put to Milan a North A meri can squaw, ore -New.Ynk fashionable belle, in I ho ingeuuily manifested in f roup, ing together gaudy ornaments about ber person the immense flouneta upon their dressee reminding one (at a friend ihe oth er dsy remarked) of a barrel ol French brandy on end nearly concealed by hoops and liie peculiary happy contrivances lo expose to tiew the Shoulders and upper partof the cheat in front, would furnish models for tbe cooper,"' ' ' "; A Isdy ofmy acquainttnec, who is, by far, llie) ben looking native female I have seen, having a lair proportion- of Spanish bloofl In her velnsy-eroown aa thtr fadre'a tisier" of San Pablo, affordaa good exam ple of Ihe better order of New Oranadian wnmatn enora Juanita his taveral children, among whom are two well grown boys, who my be seen any day promena ding in froul of madam's home, stark na ked, forming a moat interesting pair of Cupids. . . ,.! My friend, Dr. B., remarked to me the other day, that the admirers of Grecian and Roman mythology and of the inno cence and grace of paatorial life, iriighly undoubtedly refresh (heir ilieiic natures by a residence of a few months, amdug these "uaked realities" of that stage of humin Civilization and development, upon which they bestow such warm enconii.'' mrls. '. The lady herself mav be seen of an afternoon swinging in her hammock, smok ing her cigar, ami start nol, ernlle reader spilling a la Aintricuinv, snd (requenlly with an amount ol jewelry mostly in solid gold, that has been estiiniled by good judges to be worth (valued merely at Ihe price ol gold Out mil less than three thousand dollars. She has one chain composed entirely of gold coin, fattened together with links of the samo material, the coin being mostly double eagles, half eagles and sovereigns, which, when thrown around lies neck, will hang double lo be low Ihe knees,.' The future destiny of this country is of rouise a subject of speculation, I may, in a future Inner, notice ihe imlieaiioiit of an important change irt the; political rela tions of this land, which are unmistakably presenting themselves to the observer.. The event may 'nol occur suddenly, or suuu, but if will come.' . , COOL C0TJ2AGE. A rich Meiicin was proceeding with sn extensive caravan to Ciiiliiiahui and he fted-eVilIm lubil of carrvinir ' a ." larare amount ol'guld belted around him beneath his clothes. 1 he lad became known to a daring and dtsperale gaiuhlcr, wboav character, among those peop c, was an ob aiavle to perfect freedom of intercourse wiih aII classes, lie traveled will) ihe o iravan, as il soon appeared, for the ex press purpose ot making himself master ol ihe golden girdle. His opportunity nc currrd when about half the journey was completed. The Don rode one djy out of sight of the caravan in search of water, and ihe gambler whose eye had been upon Ins victim through the whole journey, wis inalanily off to execute his scheme. He sought and came up with the Don, entered into conversation with him, aud soon had the rich Mexican unhorsed at his feet. But to get the "yellow boys," il was neces sary to rt-lease ihe arms, which were tied down over tho girdle, and tins was not lo be thought of. I he robber dared not to fire lest ho should be heard by the passing caravan, and he aeizipl a buffalo's skull which law near with the intention of dash ing nut hia victim's brains. The Spanish desperado aloud over his conquered prey, holding ihe lightened lariat in his lift hand, hit horsev'a reins around his left arm, and, with the huge while skull, raited in his right hand ready lo dsh upon hit pro strate victim. ,t "Don't kill mrjnd' you thall have my gold!" exclaimed the helpless merchant; and ihe gambler paused. . Though the gambler had secured his own horie, the other had taken flight and galloped back lo ihe moving caravan when ilt rider wat thrown on the ground. .',-.' "I know you wanl my gold and not my life," said the merchant, "Cut the rope that hinds ine, and place your knife in suuily upon my neck; and if I. do nol give you the gold, you may drive the blade into iriy throat." " 'The gambler did an, for In hit hbrfy he had fnrgiitten lha frighted horse, bul the merchant had not, aud waa playing a cool and cunning game. ' "The gold! the goto!'' said the gambler, "or the "knife sinks in your neck!" '" ' ' "Inilamlyl" laid the merchant, aa he endeavored to gain all the time hi could in retelling the bell of gold. -. lk ,. Another moment, and rapid hoof ttepa were heaid. followed immediately by the appearance of a duzon approaching horse men. ' ' " -" - . . ' - The robber turned pale, but hit r yet flashed in desperation, and, gritting Lit leeih horribly, he awert he would kill! "Kill me," aaid the merchant, "and you are ahol instantly; release Ae, and I will never betray vou; quick, put away your knife!" , '. .-.. . j , Such auperiority hat coot ennrnga Over the- more daring' wickedness I The gambler sheathed the knife and stood trem bling -swliile the brave. Mexican Irader sprang to bit feef, adjusted hia dreaa, nek hit friends,' taid he bad been by soma ac cident thrown frnm his horse, ind rode back to ihe earavanltde By side with hit ene my by way of warding off - suspicion froml hint. .He promised not to nsiray ine gun Men end he.tlid nut; But th guilty mm succeeded tonn alter in another depreda tion. ni4 flnil. The lha etorv waa told. MATTEE3 03 THE PACIHO SEE. CatiFOBNM. Tit mint, generally are unusuallyabundanMnd new discoverrea are announced in every direction. Mr. Smith, an old Irapper, wat, a, Ihe last account-, about to atari fmn Lot Anglos w lib a p. ty to prospect the river. Virgin in Uu.sh. ' Smith Says thai twanty-iii yeara agar be Wet traveling there ami a man jn hit iiy picked up a piee of yellow metal and fail ed il gold, but bis companions laughed el the man, who. threw a way the gold, Smith at) a he can find die very apul, -, " Jigricullirt is fiouriahiiif i and pricee of. t all kinds of products pretty stiff. The papeie, however, are beginning lo fear ihit the soil is pruducing too mneh-e-mnre than will supply ihe waola u Jlie f aopla and they eaq have, on that side, no other Uiaii a horoe markel. ' The Republican save 8a ioor).)uii(y alone produces 1,2501 uuu ousneis, (aim tuts is the esiiiuaie ut Ihe farmers ilieuiti-Ues i) and if the crop ..ro.a ..... .r oi o iii anaiiin county presents any index to Ihe crops of oilier counties, then lliey win nave a crop ol V!J,UUU.UOU bushels. Then comes the question, what ahall limy do -wiih ihia grain? for the mills .cau'l ' grind ii, and the atock don't need the sur plus where grass is plenty and cheap. Sam Fbakcwco. The Grand Jury re turnedarepiirionilleltjihMaich;inwl.icra ' 'hey presented Ihe Uaihulio Comuiou School in ibis city as incflieienlly and im propei ly conducted. , - ., '!-; : . : ; ; O ir city is well pnvided with musical and llie.lrie.il stars, including Miss Haves, Herr Meni-is, MaiNme Thillon, Mitt Fre ry, LirJra Keenei Madame Cailly, Murdoeli Butke, Ihe Misses Denin'and llie Bateman children. The latter appear al the Mt.. trewlilnn on the 13 h nil. The U. S Bond Warehouse, the larger x portion of which fell down on ihe I iih, by the weighl of goods, waa 'rented by Ihe Government al $3,000 per munlh. ; - , On the lOih, proposals wire rereivrd, ; for extending 1 3 wharves, 200 yard, each, into Ihe bay, and the bids received offer 1 to pay in all $0,135 per month, for the privilege of colleciing lolls and wharfage.! Tiik FiLLltiusTtas The latest beard ol Walker and his gang nl San Diego,, was on the Oth April., They ' wire thnri ' going towards the Colorado, on New Me& 1 fto. They look wVh them aoiue 000 hea t ' of sheep hekingiug to one of ihe rajieherns. : Ihe heanls man of which waa' killed by . a portion of Walker, men, under thu ntin-' mand of one Capt. Charles Gage. Tliei'' ' ' ' whole lurr.e is bow reduced in a tnie of 1 7050 officers and 20 men, making just I two and a half officers , to a man, or Iwih filiht, of a man to die enmiaiud uf an t-f-ficer. - . Oiikoon .The Stalnmm lays,' there wat double the. ainouut of .wheal ante is) j Oregon, during ihu paal enedinit teaaoel than ever hefore. Some fields sown last , au'.umn hate suffered from the frost of the past winter, but u-ul nioaily recover.. AVa ... think we can seen re our f.rniers of s gotnl demand, and high prices fur dour nc-xtau' " lumiin, , . , The Spcciilo', published in Portland! , stye tho.l glil from the volcanic fires of Mti Si. Helena, was. distinctly visible on Ihe evening of ihe I0,h. . .. A The tame paper states thai the steamer Orrgon was suk a few milea below a deuj, on her last Irip up the Wilamslie river. She struck a in 'g and went down in eight ' feel of waler. .'-..,., Sandwich Islands. Ltltert from Maul - recently received say lhal ae mapyjis L .uuu acres oi wueat win oe town on (hit -'tlanJ this viin er snd spring, siiuuid li.e weather continue favoraMe lor plowing, which is r I peeled lo yield twenty buihcle lo the acre, or 30.000 bushels. . . ' The census of the teven islands, which - constitute ihe little ocean, kinvdom. ties lately been taken, showing it lo be.7rj.l5j; uf whirh 38,010 Ire females, 871 are Americans. - , The course nf trade between the Iilund -and California is. bring reversed. The Holonulu folks have lately been importing from San Fraueiaco, charcoal, hay, pnta- toes, beels and onions. . Charcoal and wool are two of the highest priced ai licit-a) ' al the lidandt. . , i. ,- - . The King summoned the Legislature In . meet at llonoliilti' on the 8th ol Apnl. The Era and Jlrgut proposes number of important reforms for llteir con eider- '' alion; - " - ' ' - Tht Irlrgraph Irt Ihe lake papera givM other items of California and Parifir Intel- i ,-. ligence broughl by lha Slat of tht.II'ett. The Oiorgt Law brines California ' malls of April 15th, 847,S78 in fieigdl ". and 88 passengers, i ' .. - The sicimer Jfcrrary, bound for Pel- elonio burst her boiler nl Sin Franciarei harbor on the ISih, killing IS persons "and acalding a large number. . , Newa front Mexieo intrreatipg'.' ' r' ' ' ' 8anla Anna bUickadetl perl of A'rapulcri' and the government troops and revolution-. ary parly were righting. . , , ,..,.,.,,,, llie steamer John L. Slrphent wai , ., fired nt, and hoi allowed to Communicate '' wiih the shore. " "' Snl Anna, with an armv viriu!v ei- '- 1 limaied it from 3.000 lo 6,000 wtaencaiop. - " ed in ihe.neigliborliiind, end il waa . lv- - peeled he would make an atlact on the , k ' luwu during the night. ' . " , SiaTKRl.T AvricTinn. At I proiraciej " meeting hetil nuts thousand miles from But- ' ston Hps, an am ienl a.iitr in the eburrb. arose and ilelivi-red herself at follawsi I -see young ladies here lhal seem tn Jove gew-gaWs fiirbvlnwt,' rihbont and rWee, ' more than ibeir Creator. ' I loved ihcm ' onee, and adorded my hat - with' French artificial llowem, bright oolortd ribbont aad sky-blue trimmings; hul I found they were dragging hie down lo bell, and I look ibem off and'gutt (htm ft my litttrl" ' ' ' ' WtTem pororlyeit down andgrov. I about it.. By ae doing you'libe sure logm rich and mske you.isif.parlieularly acre. able lo every boaly.-- 4 ' i-'-t'''1t - '-, .