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MOUKltr i Mil n rr tern V H.ci I , , u . . , .. ......... v . wa. mil. III' wo lh yr. No inn paid I .. .1 r . ..r I in; 1 1 ""mu.tM-J uui ail ... .J prp i linteei a the uDtinn of ik V.1L. k.. TKHU& op VDVERTldlNO. n qiir, t urteen line, or leee.) Ihre ineer J'OD'fl; every euoeequent insertion, Sj cent. MM iu proportion. A liberal diecount i i me to thoee who advertiee br the rear I) o c t r n CARROLL FREE PRESS, Mat at. liie fttoUiMM cf lke riioi I.W.Nimbpr i?7. MATY DAHLIG. verv nrtiruLr fn. n I U. T..l: VT" r w.i.ya.us ol lien- ion 'Joan.' Yea, air, Mr. Joati Tompkins of Ken 1 1W u-a to . T. JM. wnl thai he know d all the big-bugs in hu reciona CAREOLLTOW, CARROLL COUNTS OHIO, THURSDAY Mi, 26, 185a WHOLE NIHBEB Ml 'Juat ao sir, and au Ofc, they tell me thou art dead, K.ty Darling, That thy amile I may nerer more behold ! Did they tell thee I wu false, K.ty Darling, Or say love for thee had e'er grown cold ? Oh, they know not the luring Of the hearts of Erin'a sons, When a lore like to thine, Katy Darling, Is the goal to the race that he runs. Oh, hear me, sweet Katy 1 For the wild flowe rs greet me, Katy Darling. XrtA iV.. l,.,-. k:.l. . i . I ft ..uu mi uiiuj nrv- biukiii" on rncn tree' nonce. Wilt thou never more hear me, Katy Darling? W all the pastengers in Behold, love, I'm waiting for the. 'lime understood the joke, in hu regions VOU art. k,Aik.. will afford me in. xprestible pleaaurc to chalk 7uur u.v. oy wnicn means you will not only escape the payment of fare, but all axcideau so long as you travel on this road.' 'As ton ish ing !' said the Hoosier, who glad ly gave his hat to receive the application of v u I r KrtolutioB In In mi. Of all the countries in the world the last to which one would naturally look for a revolu tion, is China. But it seems that even the hab itually docile and pcao ul people of that hu mane hive partake of the ablation of ur era. and that the flames of rebellion now light up the vallies and mountains they inhabit, threat- uri even the distruction of the Imperial rule hich has borne uniutertupted sway there for MC Black CrrrU ..... .... A marriit of ralhpr i,.J ,l. ....... . Law mf Ncwssjmbwjm. ouaarriuers, wee o ae4 fire rrprtm , am contrary, art i their aulMcriaaJoaa. ft. If eukecrieera U.eir f-pe-n, Ik t ess uoul ail arrearagea art paid. n a ur critters asaWaTaWawa paper, from the offices to which they i are held rrtponsibla till they have eelUee aha bills, and ordered their psper dtsoMtiaued 4 ll falncribera restore to attar aluae wflbwat noiirtinj; toe pubiisbtr, sad tht at par it tot i u iunue- in cel.. n; trev are held sra watt. Ifltjw rrr wwmm r rsisswy rcrs. "Baby carta on narrow sidewalks are awful uor, especially to a burr't 1 buMne mn. in w over two centuries. China has been the theatre of aquasi-rebellion for two or three reart. But nine HUiiu-nilC intc ij'cnn- hn l n...r off recently ln the ricinity of the Black Creek fott Ottire, m this counlr tk ai t I a - m 4 ' sawjsjswawaawawjsjpsj of which are substantially u f,.llA- a dent youth namtd Allen A CUaW IM j.. Derate v in .itl. . , 7 " borhood Md -'ww by 1 I shouldn't dare to sWd rery near vou anJ Art they ? Suppose you and a certain ptirof blue eyes, that you would give hart your patri-' V'Sn mony io win, were joint proprietors of that ba-l1" by 1 I shouldn't dare to Und wry near Vo and hh A ssrcdoie or the "mp iirar af lisliaa Francis Joseph, Emperor of Austria, is now about tw. ntv-three of sure. H i. Um'U m rl i tall and graotful figure, pleatmg and indi gent countenance, and courteous deportatas. said that he poa states busiueee taltat of a order, raiag regularly at 6 A. If. to de- The pretended President mrL,l -;,k ' rCOl'.a UH ,n re,Pl iu progress. Vor some I f . . -"' ili.r. Ihn rr.,,,1 ., .1 in i ire letters on the rrn 4- paid Reuben TompL inc nai was re I'm kneeling by thy grave, Katy Darling J This worid is all a Mawjeaj, 0f j to me . Oh, couldtt Aon hearmy wailing, Katy Darling, think, love, I am sighing for thee ! Oh, methinks the stars are weeping, By their soft and lambenf light, And thy heart would be melting, Katy Darling, Couldst thou see thy lone Dermot this night. Oh, listen, sweet Katy ! For the wild flowers are sleeping, Katy Darling, And the lore-bird aro nestling in each tree; Wilt thou in ver more hear me, Katy Darling, Or know, love, I'm kueeling by thee ? 'Tis useless all my weeping, Kitty Darling, But I'll pray that thy spirit be my guide ; And that when my life is spent, Katy Darling, ihey will Joy me down to rest by thy side. Oh, a huge great grief I'm bearing, Though I scarce enn heave a sigh ! And I'll ever be dreaming, Katy Darling, Of thy love every day till I die. Farewell, then, sweet Katy ! For the wild flowers will blossom. Katv Darlintr And the love-birds will warble on each tree; But in Heaven I shall meet thee, Katy Darling, j ror there, love, thou'rt wailing for me ! Punch has favored the world with the fol lowing song sung before her majesty by a Chi nese lady, li looks rather difficult at first, but if the reader studies ii attentively, he will see how easy it is to read Chinese : ."Ohc o meto th cte uslio pwit lime, Andb uya po undo fthebe st, 'Twillpr oveam ostex celle ntt ca, Itsq ua lit yul lwi 11a tte st. 'Tiso nlyf oursh illi ngs apo und, Soc omet othet eama rian dtry, Nob ctterc anel sewh erebefou ud, Ort hata nyoth er needb uy." Stanzas from the German. "My heart," I bid thee answer, "How are love's marvels wrought ? Two hearts to one pulse beating, Two spirits to one thought." J. Mr. Tompkins eveinur himelf in tha u viiucu mm ne was 'some punalUS. ' About this time the conductor, who bad been informed of the joke, and he had received Tompkins' fare from a third person, approach ed Reuben and asked of him : 'Your ticket, sir.' 'Ticket! Looky here, kurncl, guess you don't know who you're talking to !' 'No, sir, and it's not my business I want your ticket or your fair, and that too, without ceremony.' Now look sharp, kurnel. ur there'll da a r.w. I ain't so green as you might tale me to be! Don't you see nothin ?' 'I see neither tick L ! I tm n of his hat : 'Free 1 n.-."T .7"V. J. in. , .. 1 i . 1 "Ul,',u. i"o uerman Missionary, whose recent '" turned to' hU d U " ,k ... I1"1 o"nts have come to us '.hrough-the Ea- i " I " aavr vt kUlS t !'! ret lil,.nl. II T. . I w - --" 4i k-'u ry her, though no endence of . rZiZZ of ! T . nn,"nc- rer7 for bach- "'e ""elf tnt.rely to the b.Moesa of the sentiment had been showed bv t,' X k l, '? tu.rn UP th lr at these i bu,te . pPrt,ng are Use atjy roart- parents of the girl were not nk ised wi-h th I ajmpled cupids but jul wait till their tine biehht indalges. la kit eacaraioaa visits of the enamored irallan: and forhul hi ' Cttm: ' ..e'ttu the minu:e lh ir name writ e"rcc,y ,T?r erd. except by oae the house, when all intercourse had fur I tim "PV pU" "P lMr dkkit, Mi ,trnt off fdt ewnP' d U &mmj dreated ia Solitary to eiae between him an 1 hu ldv love hfT d,Wn (h steet xs 1 Tommonwralth owed um(oTtD At certain eemtone, 1m ots to tao ters stood thus, when the youa- btcka o( the' . , ".P"'00 ! . W," n lhf7 the ofl5:e m"- of Styna, to indulge w tie eiercit ne,-l.horl.ml rnr. iv..,! ,1 .r" . . V ?e lhflr Pn.-r ('o whom babies ,j Uun ni "hootrng. lie will there past V - " - L ' li u ', I I,.,...,...... I . . burst into a lau; iren in u, runaway matcft and clandestine marriage, hich was accotoblrthed in this wise ThlJ have Ion:' si rice c-iin trt in an sleevea at the new -fledged dignity ii. wi i-.ui iauv S auvi nt li mnnnnmH be a noveltv) Uujh virai "ghu " the open wr, a bed of dry t r I .1 St . a w With Ho Abouta vear:P'-'"'"n "ln him to mike in writ n-n fil . TV. """"eeu . now since we published news, ree, irl hr wZk J eonfeesion ol his undvintr lv far th. ,1 .-j r "cV'' J eel DUB ther shoull e. 1 a r - J " "T - WI .... et D mm iaff hufi . inF- .. J . . : Ualilonua. to the 1 thnf ih,. ,. .ni u.j since "her nurnu .r i.ikL 'v " nr. 10 perceire th at been at least partially awppreesed and iu prin-' alanaeaiHt. marriage, and uaoie , place where ! 1 SK ;''r S h" 14 ftt th-' heal o cipal leader executed. This howevr -nn. he desired her to meet him f.n a rtin -ir.i.. , ?T .'. qaea'-ly one miy see them tradicted on tho next arrival, .ml n,.w . I..! if her view corresoonded viih I... Thl. i.fli' ' . ... . m a" lh: "'''? wnlow. wih inter " . n jw lnitn?in at th ulian ;n 1,- c ;n! b:ili anl bells. anJ hh i "e"11 ooting all night on his propertr. Oa J 1 . ... r . ter or money, and' k,i. . . . . ' .. 1 ,. 1 .T 7 .. -"-- ;est aiiii.i.ni' -7 ... im neu iroiu Europe yister- i" wuicn snc return- umwra ir-- .k rapid stride, and luu alaady became of M bi at the appointed time, and loge h r ir?el must formidable character. It ori.ina'lv mm repair to the alter of Hvmen where a ZLtVlAl? , there ever. nymaie nenced IB Kwnngsi and KwaiiL'tun", the two '-"erchange of everlasting love, would most southernly provinces of the Empire, in .them one forever. Ail things brhw ready at 1 mc inner 01 wnicn ine city ot t in ton is situa- ",c U,IR agreeu upon tnt-1 tea. Ihenceilhas penetrated northward for atlemlancc proceeded on I seven hundred miles and upward, till it has ! 8 '10U!,(; not fur distant, where an official dV . reached the 1 angoloso, the i;reat river of Chi- "ltaT performed the matrimonial ; na, and down us valley toward and to its mouth u.-. ; r li.i niL. d braaeha. of the inu replacing the luxurioaa beda of the Imperial Palace at Vienna. "One Kornirg the Kinatror, aeeompaoird hy only on ofiT-er, seMf himself carry iag a ame-bag, was met by an old StyriM, who was very jeuoas ot net gaefte. The Kmperor had service to would cast ! My dear sir, depa l upon it, oae'.t oien Wy it never a r,n met.." Love heralds it birth e the known your hat was chalked, I would not hav intimated anything about pay, you have ireettom ol Hie cars, sir. P ease make. self at home.' 'Lord, won't I have n heap to tell on when 1 get home ! exclaimed he, overjoyed at the evident iejwhl of all parties concerned. .:n . - . . r- .1. - . . . .. Jistlookv at my hat. what do vou think of "' T-.Waamy, imy thousand slrong, ornmg. tobis ntur dismay, aa- thnt eh" nas enterea ana UKen possession of the great lu"lslimcnl !'na moruncation, he discovered he Chalked bv heavens'' rTMnimr.,l ML !ity of N:mkin' containing above hulf million of been sold, hoaxed and mischierouMy mar- ductor '1 hU vour Jl t ft r i I 1 "i I hM- The rebels may thus he said, if ?2 man named John Trimble, who mw m w - 1 riiir nnrnunro int.. .1 ; r 1 rn m , 1 t u f 1 v oir i.i j tmi n k . . 1 11... - tho very beart of the Empire. ld the most ludicrous force, and strongest de- &air entry into the utiv or NnnL-in ! ire w cgmmi. mainmonr. ibii w hm hMrt jjc....fv.k i . . JW j made on the 19th of February. It is rery ev-' many a day.- K,nn Gazette. 26. 181 a A" ueiii iium uie progress 01 tne insurgent force, ' 1 '"' ' and the rnn!ur hv it rf mmmm ,!.. How to PRru.pi t i . . . T tl.. a . - - . . , . . w. w.n, vi .m iinvu uini - - -. ..'.tJ ai. .u mat v love loom? home to din- et-'nK D'm. the gentlemrn angrily exclahaved. 'Are there, then no lunger My laws in Austria, that any vagabond who thinks proper may cme .nd shoot on another person's prep fly ? Who arc you, young man ?' 'An officer ia hia mijestr's service.' ! see that by your uni form ; what I ask is your name.' 'I-'r.ncit.' 'Simply Francis !' 'You mty add Joseph to it, if you like.' 'Well, then, Matter Joseph Fran cis, my first business will be to inform hit Maj esty, that he has in his army an officer who ri oiatea. other persons' property. ' 'I shall re- turn to Vienna to-day, and shall probably see . ! ni Majesty. 1 will myself be the bearer of Britain's Happy Familt The Queen a I- an-v cornP,amt- ' 1 ou are joking.' 'Xo.ontho ex in-tna V ic'.oria.was burn Mav 21 ttlio 1 ro BWeet to their cur iu itt K,i )..,.! ... .. mate Oh, bow closely and imnercentiblr one hr one. nerng ready .t ; ,h.t fill!, ptwt wmds it, tendril, round the p. happy pair with their !ret ,tcm! low .Bsioa,,T th ,)an, 0er the wmgs of love to : iu cradle when the cheek Luf and the lip b - 1 1 . j 1 , . . r jjieueu , au 1 now wiae ana aeep, and Ion ' a .1,.,!.. Im ,1,,.:. v 1 ..... a ....... ... iv uappr nome us iiute grate i'rincc Francis Albert Augustus Charles Era- awav down here. What will the old ..,,. .r, r ,,11 I ..II .1 . :. , . n ill 11 t L nr. 1 : r .. - ..... It is needless to say that Reuben', end of the f'' i:sFfnt m,d ible posiuon.ve are forced . . . . iu 1 1 : rH iii its nn w fii nr 1 . v . 1-' t . f t 1 passengers, whose te dm.istv as .x.-eedin.rlv nromUin-r. IV. know not what would be gained bv the success of the rebels and the overthrow of the present laughed with the rest of them, and once so 1 1 2vZ th ev orZ r7 Vr' delisted was he with his chalked hat. that . Ll?. !"h..??,rj U ,,,,lt 's hke move- - -- mi 1.11 'u ... ucms "m""S ' stagnant waters olUinnese wwmm ... J...UII., Ul UUO.CI I lill hi I which he had laid in at Urbana. He consid- car was soon crowded with passentrers. whose merry faces and boisterous laughter indicated the .mute meat Reuben's conduct afforded them. He took it all in risht dow n enn, est ami he with his chalked hat, that . The twins were married at the age of 21, on the 10th of Feb, 1040. The issue has been: Victoria Adelaide Mary Ljuisa, born Nov 21. 1840 Albert Edward, born Nov. 9, 1841; Alice Maud Mary, born April 25, 1843 Alfred Ernest Albert born Aier 6 iftid contrary, I propose to do you service.' I the meantime,' said the gentleman, I shall confiscate your gen-.e-bag;' and was about to all the action to the word, when the Emperor said : 'It will be too heary for yonr strength ; my companion shall carry it to yonr house, if it is not rery far off.' 'About five hundred yard dkant, behind the hi'.l.' 'Well, then, let us proceed.' Fire minutes afterwards, the dogs in . farm yard con jguojs toadihpidateJ chaiau announ- 1850. ered Mr. Brown a genuine friend, and freely : communicated to mm ail His secrects, with th "And tell me how love cometh ?" "It comes unsought, unscnt." "And tell me how love goeth ?" "That was not love that went!" From the Cincinnati Times. The Man wills the Chalked Hut. BV INVISIBLE OltKB.V, EEQ. A few days since, while one of the up trains of the Madriver & Lake Erie It. R. was stop ping at Urbana, the conductor was accosted by . tail, lean, but sinewy specimen ot humanity whose appearance at once indicated verdancy. He was rigged in a bell-crowned hat, a shad bellied linsey coat, pants of the same material, and hog-skin boots. His hands was sunk deep into his breeches pockets, and, as a kind of counterpoise, his pants were crammed into his boots. Giving his head a knowing shake, which careened his old fashioned chapeau to one side, he thus addressed the conductor : 'Now dew tell, an' they say you're the dri rer of this ere wagon?' 'I am the conductor, sir.' 'Raaly ! Right smart of a hoss to pull long,' pointing to the locomotive. 'Yea air; such horses can't be bought every day.' 'I reckon not, Colonel ; but then do you know Josh Tompkins, up at Kenton !' 'Ho. sir, I believe not.' ' 'Taint possible now, is it, that you don't know Josh ? Why tit, s my brother, and 1 11 just be blamed if I don't gd o.nd see him in ycr darned consarn, 11 1 wasn t aieereu your piagy hoss would run away.' 'There is no fear of that, sir.' 'Do tell me now, you see I'm sorter green, but I've beam of these things to hum, and I'll be consarned if they don't look skeery. It's human natur, you know to be a little afeered the first time a feller sees such a beast.' 'There is no danger, sir ; if you wish to go to Kenton I will guarantee to take you safe.' This appeared to ease Mr. Tompkins and af ter walking .round the train, examining the lo comotive, and questioning almost every body he met as to tbe probability of its running .war, he told the conductor he guessed he would riak ft. He was accordingly shown to a aeat ia a first ei.;ss car, and in the immediate vicinity of our Hoovier friend, was a party of our fun loving gentlemen, who soon discovered a chance for a good joke in the verdancy of the new passenger. They immediately got into a conversation with him, and soon learned from his own lipa that his name was, ReubenTomp kins, the twin brother of Joti ; that he lived in north-western Indiana ; and was green and didn't know much about tbiii;;s, and was terri bly afeerd of the iron hoss getting skeered and ra'nning away. One of the party was introduced to him as Mr. Brown, the President of the road, who as sured him that he was at safe in the oar as out of it. 'But sir' continued the bogus President, 'as I am informed that you are a brother to my the chan re in the Iwthavinr nf tho r.nA ,,rS. r 1 i P cities 01 me country, that it is headed by P" mate up your mmu to accomplish what wrdi ! him wt 'e rfhe d,a k U lb d' j spirit' and considering the long vou undertake ; decide upon sLe p.r.ic 'Baalv it's surnrkin n,l I lr, cum nm 1 ; r I "me Us fts bt'un and its steady ap- vir ' mployment and persevere m it. All diffi- aaiy. It 1 tarpntM.Md I are sum pwkuia sure, Dro.c, l0 ,1... Canital fP. finl th. ,h tl.AX ' cullies are overcome hv dillinn, nA down Here. W bat will the old iraJi aav .. . . ,r . J -.p' ICT " .Uu- o - j .uious uisiricia 01 uie emmre. ti 1 im an . uy. . . . 1 - . . . ... jse not a. raid to work with your own hands and dilligetitly too. 'A cat in gloves catches no mice.' He w ho remains in the mill grinds, not he who goes and comes." Attend to your business, never trust to anoth . A .1... U..I , aSKRT? "r"" TTl A -not yet named, born April 7, ,853. lie frugal. -That which will not make a not ' Jl fZt? fHt hiatAVV Tl run k.. 1 at. , VI ltilL( l nnr .. 1 ' 1,.. . 1 L I j , nil outc nua wwu i ii J wmmm natiuil vr. uininlM' ill! I 1 1) HI - -j v , im iJtiiLU UUU IQC a successful revolution which would over'nm poun.ls will tsike care of themselves the Govtrnrrunt and stir iho vwi And unwiel.lv " "hblomious. 'Who danliet e v c i i. i i ! i i Imtnr, f I,;, fumi!,, r. uu .... i . naii otmgs who innamt mc immense "Wr" lir,AJ . r ti ETTr lu UrtBoryofCh na, would he profluctive of ood his one year old. The passengers wero kept Some in.,.r , fiMrt,X C1.,.m0 ' .-00.U IB t eanlinHl nur M l.nh. ,,, ik. . . . r r "v; .iu- . . ---r " -tl ""ri . . . ' . . " i i Mmm ... . ,., Mi... 1 j i i . . i , . .. .1 .1... . ... , ! .......... m i i... . t n.t I ............ l.. ...... II... - " . ... .. . . sation and Particularlr as tUuhan fnlle min -. i eie.u me mepiiitic atmos-, """ J " , u iu sen mm aeep. . - presenieu a Dy a swcei smite, ana then addressing her hus- eiated the irr.nortinco'of a rhalLd ilat u,!.i pbl !C w,l"oh and envelopes the ae- 'Trent every one with respect and civilly, phenomenon of the most awful kind on record. band, betted him to rcoueat the gentlemen to acted accor I n .ly I "0n' : 'BtCT7tWnl ' tSnid and nothing lost by cour- For many days after death, the warmth of life , be seated. "I suppose you will want to offer When within ten miles of Kenton Mr. Brown I uM W! MrbldtiOB ap- j W Oood manners inauro success. yet lingered in the right arm and the left leg of i them breakfast also !" exclaimed the hhani :,.,..,i ., ;f .... . . i vnn hi unr am in raanasilH IB S SIDUmefll nuuuinii: wcaim irum my oinw source "' -'c. wniuu iciuaiueu nmp anu moist. With an anTV "row "Thatstrue mv dear " jumped up as f astonished, gave a sudden of r(,frm t. v-. ,,. i , i u , than labor: AmiZiMw miJJTZ-A even bkidinr lihtlv .h,. nnVtii V.i.i.. I i:.. i .lFT.5 .t " ., ', y. ' a ance out of the window aad then rlinnin r i , r . "f i, j t -. o o--j ,uurlu- irputu me iauj. -i never mount at mat; wee oui oi int. wiuuuw anu men ciappin' fu., , ... ..- , ,. .j ....., ...i unnn imminn ih ivuir ..r un ,a...i sion norwiihsiuiulincr ,,, ,.. --- 1 -w ' . . . ' his hands said : j h zvw mmra 7u T f t - ; 7, ? tT. "-nulu ' l"e genuemen must dc hungry alter thootmg yriiei.uiy opjiiesseu. ine revolutionists ilt ; u wjihs lurueau meus snoes many nave icnuij ui ue.iiu, i vi me oiner parts 01 the i all niL,'ht. "les, growled the husband, "t thus aim, professedly, at bettering the condi- tj g a lng ''me barefoot.' body were completly mortified, and interment I my birds If they get no more breakfast' than lion of the people. 'The head of the espedi-! 'iIe who runs after his shadow has a weari- became necessary before the two limbs above I what I offer them, they will not be troubled lion is known by the name of TlaV TSU. We , some 'ace.' mentioned, had become either stiffor cold. The i with an indigestion." are not aware that he or his followers nrofuss Above all things never despair. The Lord writer ot the letter mentioned that this stran rH llise early. Helena Augusta Victoria, born May 25 1846 C6( b7 their joyous barking the return cf their Louisa Caroline Alberta, born March J8,imaster- A lady, surrounded by aeveral chil 1848. ' dren, was sitting by a good fire in . room on Arthur U llliam Patrick Albert, born May 1 Uie S,ound hoon" W h.t it the matter with you r.( mv dear "" said aho in K, r l.nul, ...: j . - - an i - umvvhuu. ncniijj nU . angry frown on his countenance. " What ia the matter! why, those fellows have been shoot ing all the night on my properly, .nd hare kil led the game which 1 had reserved for the christening dinner of our infant. At this mo- , ment, the attention of the Emperor wu direct- ,j . j. . ii. .t. . -r , ... tu wniiius a era.ie in ine room, in winch a was fast asleep. "What . little Objkral Hatnav.s Corpse A most extra- love shall ordinary, account has reached us in private let ter from V ienna, to a high personage here The sleeping fox catches no a"d ha been the talk of our saloon for the smilin" child Ir.CM' I'. lirul-il rm ' . O 1 . mZ. . . l.ai . r, . P . r " owne fcUL-li internal convulsion feems to h. ah. pounry. now Cecn while siii:'irnrds s een. iasi lew uavs. it appears that the eireumatane A nwl anid h Th iV.lj k: 'It ain't possible yes it is it is too you have been deceived, Reuben.' Thunder! the hoss ain't runnin off, is shouted Tompkins. bad, it .XT m. ... io sir, it is uir worse, ine conductor fail- , m11ki;., ...r kt. .1,,.... u ....i : . . . a v jtwMVWBBj aniiwain ui jiHJ)UMJ IU UlHUUrHLe ijt "MV nuij tl ut ill mill. J I air.. 1 . XT ire n Id, T h it' " rule of the People in the event of success. ! Temporal affairs are expedited when they the minds of those who had witnessed it, and a e now twenty mites Deyond it. I This would be too much to expect. But a are made the surged of secret prayer. Gen- that the Emperor had been so impressed with ougar ana salvation, tell him to turn back, chnngc in tho head of the government from one "ally speaking he who pravs fervently in his t that his physicians had starictly forbidden the this V ' l ' cl'iimin!? 10 be lhe descendent of the Sun and . closet will speed well in his shop at the plow, ' subject to be alluded to in his presence. ' ti.- u i u w u the brother of the Moon, to a man elevated from ' or in whatsoever ho may turn his hand to. Paris Correspondent of the Atlas. .: ::: ; : : .:: zrz rvr m co,nmon m f amiy t the exertions i .w,,-.v ..j LU " to 0f ordinary flesh and blood and Chinenw t. t.hot AW The editor of the New York Pi Durintr this dialo?ue lhe Flmncnr anrl hia m'.A. circumstance has produced the greatest awe in de-camp were seated near tbe lady who not- if he can t turn around Worlds Fair. Mr. Brown then stepped into another car, while Reuben raved, stamped, and swore to the no little amusement of his fellow passenircrs. Matters passed on thus until the train stopped at Kenton. In a moment Reuben spied the conductor walking near the cars, and instantly ran out af ter him, followed bv tho passengers. The con- James R. Rodgers, candidate for Congress withstanding the ill humor of her husband had ordered one of her servants to place some cold meat oh the table. The Emperor had won tha good graces of the lady by praiting her child, a thing so easy with a mother. The husband sulkily took his place at the table, but after . '"J; in the first distrc? of Kentucky has issued a fan-1 glaSS L-tW0J J Wlnf hl 'lumorL . 8TfT He ,v. ,ii 1. 1 I... n ..1, .... it. j: p lo 1. .. u.. -tl.:. . 'r...n.iw. a ? k zza :z" M;v z::' ttuu cye.rCuiar through the p.ducah joumai. , .u.iiivnviuil. miu ill IIIUIII HU LWItlllllirill, UV HU a... vin. luiiunui III HIV, .R l LIll I . I I I I I 1 I I, ) . 1 1 , . . , means to be dispised. On the whole we con-! In that other yard -which seems the loneli- v"?"" l'fe.m .i r .i . li r ,i n .i , ine k5iaie oi iorin varo ma on trreat fedee lor.. ..fu Hi-i ai... .... n. .. , . 1 ..A ...!. PQI f.l Ihem n tpn vunrc nirn l.,r...K ......... 1 tucw mlv,w.W ... .. w w I ril.lun.INia All- Willi ..... . ..u ivu.u ittv n VVIIIUIC I 111 fess, the Revolutionists ol China. .V". Y. Tribune. emigrants who were amonij ductor endeavored' to evade Tompkins, but , P!ISS over lhe country, west of the Rocky could not do it. Reuben chased him around fountains to Cahlornia. 1 wo of the party, Col. the cars until hu nvnrfnnlr him md then in th Eddy and a Mrs. Pike are now on a visit to the cars until ho overtook him, and then in the fiercest manner d-raanded that the team should be turned around. The good people of Ken ton, attracted by the confusion, could not im agine what was the matter , and gathered around the cars in great numbers. Some laugh ed without knowing what they were laughing at others gaped without stirring a muscle, and St. Louis having adopted California as their home, and being among the oldest residents of j was enacted. in thestore 1 fought a duel with bowie an ici iu a iiu o a lernuie scene tj:., . r r ,p I . , . , River in Anson county (not far from Georae . I wo men, merchants and partners i,... ru . i , . . , . , i mM i .1 . j . . j iunn s) of obscure but honest parents I had to which the yard was attached f ,l i v 7 . , ... . . . none nt iwive qi ranroirno nmcjsDan k,. The St. Louis Int. Uigencer of a recent date I 'ought.. duel with bowie knives. They both wmtauCZirZ.V T--.fTZrLi.T? gives an account of the sufferings of a party of and,0ne, ?? of lhe developed Tte .elf m me Tan eVr r Z if the first to ntlemnt ; ,U IS luu"u llml' u,e omer nau Uisnonored JUS a.: . ,'Pl. u u, ,, , ,. . VTTt , - g uil nrai to auempt ,i,u i., u . Again : 'lhe brightest trait that exhibited it- tl.o uuu i.e. nil ii"ue iuuiu niuu Hum lUeinOTV . if , rni , . . the flOCKV . .... r """"V sell in me wa hnnpit.tr Tina k .i, n. T I. nrt.v nnf i the terrlbl disgrace, lhe guilty and wretched ua.:.i , f.f,L. , ,i . . x V" christening woman was the first victim. Her husband lOJlA' stabbed her to the heart even while she slept 0 and she awoke in another world. The partners c '-i w va ; .. .. . " . . ti. iu n u iu n I .a aaaa ,v - . II' .i f W itli lilii mi i. Ui i'im .' Ira I Ii i k i . I . , . I . 1 . . that state. The emigrant party referred to ". '""J" u " V " the stake, in the presence of his wife and nine ir. i i r.i it . i r. . . e nir n Hide ions ipnrl in lu pi-nlra nf tlio .... ' . r uluc ieu uie Dorucrs oi ice uniteu otates in April, . -o , - 184G, and struffglins along without any well .narr.ow .P3" !hev gpt '"'o it and the second wore off and he at length held out his hand to his guests, and at the request of his wife prom ised not to make his threatened complaint to the Emperor. "A thousand thanks for your kindness," said Francis Joseph ; but in order to prove my gratitude to you I have a second favor to ask of you, that of being godfather of your child." "I accept it with pleasure," said the lady holding out her hand to the Emperor, who pressed it between his asking when the would take place. "On Sunday remembered and never to-be-forotten Martvr nexc' was.tne reply. "W then 1 will bo f spelling-book fame John Rodders of Smith-i Present .antl " ;ou will allow it wll bring two or eld who it will be remembered was burnt at I . ree frlt'nds w,th me' J?-v th.e. hle ther" oe a pretty godmother: "My sister whom 1 expect from Prague.', "If she resembles you children and one at the breast for heresy." marked course to direct them reached the Sier- handed them the knives. The struggle lasted VKLVET.-Yelvet is one of the richest of silken na Nevada Mountains in October. Here thev i Dut ,en minutes- The husband was avenged fabrics, and has been in Europe for several cen ... .... J fnr ilo clo .f Kr.iV, .1 ,!,, -f ,i. i i .u:.: .1 i . , , ,,. .. .- ini . . . i . . ., . were eomne cf to nun se anil she lev hem. vpa vt uiaiiy uresseu inuuiries us to wnat was uie mat- . , , r i : . - . j ;r J " ' .. . . HI .11p llnto nn urai.nl nf iV... 1, I" "lie tpr. KrOWn nmr In Ihn rcsrill. nt lh.. cm, not- "-uv..uia u. n.v. iitnii riiun... or, and taking Tompkins aside, privately ad for the souls of both joined that of the murder- turies. In addition to the wrap and shoot of Lui gracious as the first. Conceive the surprise whic vised him to run up to a magistrate's office, and get an injunction against the railroad. He pointed out a house a short distance up the street, which he said was the magistrate's office. He starled for ihp house nn u full run hut he had not proceeded but a short distance j toward ncross the mountains and if possble iniitu ii .-en leuiein nnu eiiu uaeh reuei 10 me others still living, They left on their hazard- eavy h in some places was tweniv feet deep. Here also famine, starvation and death visited them, thinning their numbers and (breathing to exterminate them all. Six of the party, Col. Wm. H. Eddy a Mr. Foster Mrs. Harriet Pike and three other ladies finally resolved to push Horrible memory isn't it for this dim which the substance of plain goods is formed, madam," said the Emperor "she will be charm - ti. i The young mother thanked him by a smile and happiness of the Styrian gentleman when little yard to bear with it .' And sometimes, as it has a soft shag or pile, produced by the in- i on the following Sunday, he recognized in the Mr. Pick looks down into it his fancy bringsit all sertion of short pieces of silk under thread doub- j offending sportsman the Emperor himself. 'Will before the iron horse gave a significant whis tie. He knew it was the signal for starting, and fearing that the train would be off before he could get back, he changed his course and sped for the cars. He reached the platform of the last cm just as the train commenced mov ing, and clutching it with a firm grasp endeav ored to stop it. finding his puny strength availed nothing, he yelled while he still held on : 'Stop her ! tell the driver I got a junction stop or I'll tell the squire !' lhe iron horse had no ears, and tne screams of Reuben had no other effect than to create killing laughter among those who heard him. The speed of the locomotive gradually increas ed, and at last Reuben's legs gave out, and he and the train were forced to part company. He let go; and as he did so, turned half a summerset which sent the chalked hat whiz zing into a mud-puddle. As soon as he re gained his feet he shook his fist terribly at the cars, in which act he was engaged when the train turned a curve and the passengers lost sight of him. What he thought when he returned to Ken ton, and found that the place of his destination, I know not, but I nm quite confident he can never again be persuaded to travel with a 'chalked hat,' jC3TThe Concord Democrat is responsible! for the following. It is decidedly rich: "On of the exchanges praises an egg which, he says, was "laidn our table" by Rev. Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith seems to be. a layman as well as a minister." ous journey about the last of December with snow on the ground during their whole progress. they finally arrived at a small settlement on the 17th of January reduced nearly to the last extremity from starvation and exposure they having subsisted on their journey mostly on grass and roots and had for two or three months previous to their starting eaten food possessing but little more nourishment, When they arri ved, the gentlemen weighed scarcely one hun dred pounds, though they were large propor tioned men, and the ladies were so reduced they weighed less than sixty pounds each. Dunn back again as vivid as startling as reality itseff. led under the shoot, and which stands upright j on its upper surface, or crowded together so as A Curious 1 bayer. In the State of Ohio entirely 10 conceal me interfacings ot the warp there resided a family consitinj of an old man you pardon me for the death of yourblacke ocke?' said his Majesty. I he gentleman threw him self at the Emperors feet, when the latter rai sing him up, aid, "The godfather of your child of an old man and shoot. It is this pile which gives it its char- by the name of Beaver and his three sons all of actenstic appearance and soilness to the touch, j has done justice in the complaint of which yon whom are hard "pets" who had often laughed j Tue henuty of velvet results, in a great degree, j were to address to the Emperor of Austria. to scorn the advice and entreaties of a pious 'rom tne unitorm evenness ot its pile; and this t t 4i rfi itr a rri' a .tt though very eccentric minister who resided in depends on the perfect quality cf the threads I ZfZ Jn uZZJ" A till the sine town. It happened that one of the , of which it is composed. The pile is inserted ; Li 11 &3Lt - - i i- i i n 1 1 1 1 ii i i i 1 1 i 1 1 - i i- tin ti r nit mini i nn a in nn w during me operation oi weaving the warp and ,, r ir . , . r J. shoot his rent, putting on . long face to correspond with the times. On entering the house he said JSTThe Hartford Courant gives the follow-' that times being so hard he couldn't raise tho ing statement. I money at all, and dashing a bundle of bank The president of one of the roads running in- 'notes on the table, "there," said he "'that's .11 to Bridgeport informed a gentleman of this city I can pay." The money was taken up and recently that he had within a short time placed ' counted by Mr. 'the landlord, who said, 'why the signals to indicate that a draw was open this is twice as much as you owe !' ' Dang'ee (when it was not) for the purposed of testing give it to me again,,' said the farmer, "I'm the engineer. Not the least attention was paid dashed if I aint took itout of the wrong pock- boys was bitten by a rattlesnake and was ex pected to die when the minister was sent for in great haste. On his arrival he found the young man very penitent and anxious to be prayed with. The minister calling on the family kneel ned down and prayed in this wise ; "0 Lord we thank thee for rattlesnakes ; we thank thee because a rattlesnake has Bitten Jim We pray thee send a rattlesnake to bite John send one to bite Bill send one to bite Sam ; and 0 Lord send the biggest kind of a rattlesnake win ever Dnng me ueaver iami:y to repent ance !" Syracuse Star. their route the American Fork was swam by I t0 bile tlle old rafln- for nothing but rattlesnakes . . . . . J ,, a .i n f ;i . the gentlemen several times they having sup ported the ladies in the hazardous undertaking. Soon after the arrival nt the settlement, relief was sent to the other persons in the mountains and the survivors arrived a few days subsequent. Out of the party of 80 but four men nine, ladies and about a dozen children only arrived at their destination. Seven Fools. 1. The Envious Man who sends away his mutton because the person next to him is eating venison. 2. The Jealous Man who spreads his bed with sling nettles and then sleeps in it. 3. lhe L roud Alan who gets wet through, The Beauty or Philosophy. Smith, (rush-, sooner than ride in the carriage of an iferior. ing in very much excited) ',1 say Brown who 4. The Litigious Man who goes to law in do you think ia dead ?" Brown (heels upon j the hope of ruining his opponent, and gets ru itove and whittling the arm of his chair) 'Can't ' ined himself. tell, my boy perhaps you'll enlighten me." 5. The Extravagant Man who buys a her- Smith, (nearly bursting with the news) "Why ; ring and takes a cab to carry it home. old Jones, ihe provision man." Brown (musinc;-! '6. The Angry Man who learnd the ophi te )-'What Peter A. Jono T" Smith (pant- cide because he is annoyed by the playing of ing)('The same, sir, the very same," Brown , his neighbors piano. fooeninar the stove door and squirting tobaooo 7. The Ostentatious Man, who.illuminates the juice on the hre) "Is he, by gracious ways thought tf it ate ont or uuu aays. lal- outside of his house most brilliantly and site in side in the dark. JFuncn. to the signals, and had the draw in reality been t." open an accident as serious in its consequences jgf fwo loafers met on the wharf yesterday as the present one might have been the result. and passed the "compliments of the season." In this instance the engineer was promptly j;m sa;d one .-have you seen Hall he wu discharged, but we doubt whether measures lnnf-inrr for vnn ?" . i . i i , i o. y ., were taken to guard other roads against employ ing so reckless an individual. The following statute from "Boston in early times,' will undoubtedly be read with interest by the fatkiormiltt of the present day. 4th of 7th month, IbdU Boston. .No gar ment shall be made with short sleeves, where by the nakedness of the arms may be discover ed in the wearing thereof and such as have gar ments already made with short sleeves shall not hereafter wear the same unless they cover their arms to the wrist with linen or otherwise and that hereafter no person whatever shall make any garment for woman or any of their sex with sleeves more than half an ell wide in the widest thereof and so proportionable for I bigger or smaller persona. Hall, what Hall?" was Jim's answer. "Why, Alco Hall, you fool," "Pshaw," responded Jim, "that's poor fell and you wouldn't have caught me if I hadn't been hurt )a"-t night when John tripped mo up." "John who?" said Jim. "Demi John, you numskull." tW Coaporal Whiti of the 4th Artillery wu sentenced by a Court Martial to be .hot to death for attempting to kill Major Pxmhktoh. President Tierce mitigated his sentence to soli tary confinement on bread and water tor thirty days and the balrnce of his term of enlistment to hard labor wearing ball and chain. How noislesa the snow eosses down ! Ion Smay see it feel it but juter tear VJ " 1;. i. -v.-- wc 1'