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ic-. J.l v -ALLe vutte. TIIUM TV a Cabboll Tats TiwV T pulliih try rhir4ijf jrnij at mi iui a f'tf curt per tunvian payasl ia advance or Mllab If sat paid Until tht fad nrth a It tapardis-MBUauedwiiUl bII umutgt r paid st!at thsptioa fth publisher. , . TERM! OF ADVERTISING. J . a,are, (faurtet !iner era) thre insev- Wm II ; every mib.4oint Htf rti.m 3 eenU Jkarpr ae P BfupbrUoB "."liberal discount. will aadt U tbM wa advert! by the year. i .. . j u.;; Poetical. ' ' ' Tli Blind' Boy. t ,? f - s -'. T I , , editor, from" who seleetioa wc tale the 0 fJlowinj; linea, but beautifully aid that, for X tiniMlf, h could not ae to read them through: It was a blessed summer's day; " " ' Theflowra bloomed, ll air waa mild, ' The little bird poured fourth their lay, ' .t.'l And tverythinif in nature smiled, ; 1 Ia plsasant thought I wandere on ' ' . :.; Beneath the deep word's ample ahade, ' .- Till, suddenly, I fame upon .Two children wbo bad thither strayed. . , a it. . . ' i' 1 . ,.'- . 1. ..'.' Just at an aged beech tree's foot . y, -A liltU boy and girl rccliaed; ' " . - Hit band in her slit gently put " ' 1 And then I air the boy waa blind. ' . The children knew not I wai rear ; A tree concealed me from their view fiut hII they said I well could hear, ' ; t And I could see all they might do. . , ij. .."'Dear, Mary," said the. poor Mind boy, "That little bird sing very long: ' . So i yeir are. htm in hi joy; - And ia he pretty it hit song?" "Yea, d ward, yt," replied the maid, "I see die bird on yondcr'tree." The poor boy sighed and gently said:,, , "bister, 1 wish that I could see! .!rajoi:i8"'":n! r The flowers, yu say, are very fair, ,; And bright, green leaves are on the trees, AnJ p ratty birds are singing there; ; How beautiful for one who sees! ,; "Yet I the fragant flowers can smell, , And I can fell the green leaf's shade, 1 And I can hear the notes that swell ' From these dear birds that God has made. ...... ,q 1 , . ,,,.! 1 . i ; "So, water, (Jod to meis kind; , ., , Though .sight, alual lie hxs not given: But tell hie, -are there any blind ' Among Hid children up in Heaven?" ! "No, dearest Edward, there 11 aee; , But why ask mo a thing so old?" , : "0 Mary' He so good to me, " '1 thought I'd like It look at God!" ' ' ," i Ere long disease his hand had laid . ' , On that dear boy ao meek and mild, . His widowed mother wept and prayed ThaiiJiJ3 Could spare her sightless child; !!! ' i i 1 ' i ' , He felt her warrn tears on his face, I -.i And said; "Oh, never weep for me; I'm going to a bright, bright place,' Where Mary says I God shall see. . I.ul "... . f ,' I ''l ( i I "And you''ll come therej dearMary, too But mother, dear, when you corae there, ix.4l'illA T"'' lou Inow 1 never saw you herel" Ha spokf Jnp'mct-e, But sweetl smiled, UflliJ the final blow was given; ; VVhen God took up that poor blind child, 't ,j And opened Jjist bis eyes -m Heaven. , JSLE (BEN'S lUn..- . IT BILL BEMBLI.!i I S't Unci Bon was a queer old man; ; A: queer old maa was he; , He owned a ram a butting ram; ; In .fact his butting propensitea prompted him to butt everything buttable he could see. i;i 4 i i (' -.- !.! (.:, ; ti : ' '1 ' "' 1 -'tlncle Bett had a fat old spouse; ) A fat old wife was she; J, , Whq used to feed. utd pail his cows, . '1 hat came up so recular into the awn .:-.',. :,. n i? ,i , .,' 't r" " ii.li mio uhuucmhuii i luigi.c yui lur jour &mM Whwer, creditable' attack; and as "'a' clerk in r ,;1 v. .-, .. ile se er used a stool; 0 7uj fatpld w I ntyf. To milkwould na'er ait downi i:. i f And'tboughold Ben'eaird her a' tooW Ye,t sjie would never barken U his atl vice bit' to reciprocate tW h'ror',' the sktib ;iWnraa-clOwVl. 31 'i :stf. v! 6ot6ne sd morn asnndle ftcioi ' y 1 1 7 Bene ath Uie stately,-, ':?'.(,.:. Z Old Ben's wife; in merty mood ... Wa milkingj her-occBpying her us ial position": with 'Vostertbr' extremity a little The ram and Ben tie "fact espied, h. fc ' i loudly "Ben did shout, " !' ' ' , ,'quat down! squat down." he sternly, cried, But she didn't hear bim, and before he could interfere,' the ram had turned hit fat old 'JJ'.iiu'ifo Mtl 0tttr r '. Kow Uncle Ben was very wroth ' Ah. very wroth was he: '.T j . l He took the griodatone from its Irpugii" And tying a rope to it, hung it up on a Jin-bofthavoldeaVtreo.' riici to .fr.r. ?:! oi 4 K;;di;K.':i mr. Tbea liketa beary pendulum, , " '" He swung that mighty rock; Which "sWtoed 'to say,' r,Tm tij for fun, i ,i Mr rani, so just come m, Will yon, a'd tali an affecti"! Vnrk't f i Vo!.20.--Namber iO. ; BrighlbrUlly then the Bgbt begun; . , , . . Tbe stone would ot "give in," , i And Ben'a eld Rami would yield to none, , So he butted all day; and when nncla Ben Went lo bed, lie waa still butting liU ail in. , ' , ' i ' ' i ' ' i ' . i i'i i ' . : :i i : " : ' But when old Ben arose tiett day, ' f 'Ahd went Into the lawn, "' ' V , The rm bad bucked himself away, v And everything under the heaven but about two -inches of his tail was used np-co n ' pletely gone, 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' I 11 " ' Oneof the Bhoya. T. Deivih Rsillt, Eq., now a 'clerk intht department of the Interior,' was accused by the eJitor of the New York Rt utile, with wri ting the attack apon C, Edward Luster, which appeared a short time sine" in the Washington Un'wu , Boston Pout dec. li was also said he wrote it by express order from KUicr. To this the said Rrillt responds, and pleads not guilty to every count in the Indictment. 'After which he enlarges and warms up in the follow ing capital i tyle. No one can fail to laugh at the Irish wit, and humor of the thing : I i ' ... -. This letter has been half forced from tie by you1 and other 'very creditable" allusions, and I desire to get rid ot them ' all.' Though now I am totally rtmoved and I hoe forever, from that sort of literary squirting , known as the trade of newspaper writing and hops to dovoteany leisure I have from the'anxletyand toil of my oflioial duties 'as the official phrase is to more ennobling and enduringworks a lei- sure I never heretofore have , had I cannot withold my admiration and my heart felt alle giance and if duty calls my life, from the Preident, the Secretary, and administration, be they who they may who have, in thcKovita affair, and the letter to Mr. llulsemann, and in subseqnent acta coimimated the dearest hope and work of Andrew Jackson, (a County'Mon airhab Irishman, like myveif who rame lo this country only two years before he was born,) and given to the immigrant of all nations , and the foreigh born citizen wherever he treads upon the earili the Nicene creed and the Mag-J, tS.iysshe, "if you don't get me another !bon na Gharter cf an American's rights and x liber- j net, you willian, I'll sue you for high trayson.' lies.,' You and your squibs and, your New j And to,; your honor, I was, obliged te do York squabbles may go to Jerihco with your it.' ; .. , , t . congenial London Timet correspondent- I go for Capt Ingraham I go for Cuba, for the "hull of Mexico,' for as far down iSontV as wa can getwitb, the heat andaa far ',' North as ' it will not freeze a hot-blooded . Yankta. I be-j, lieve in our Common. Father in Heaven, and! iuoiir common Uncle on the earth, and that is! my religion. .'If Sam wants a hacienda in Bra zil and a pagoda in India and a bathing box, l with real black fin oysters and Irish soil , from i Commerara tu Poldooda light and a snobby cottage by the Rhine and a seraglio in Tutkey , all at the same time I go for every bit of it, for I know nobody deserves it better ;or. abuses anything he gets less. If he'wants to lick' the Tartars or the Spaniards, or the ; Mexicans ! I join for that too,. If, he, 'wants, "a general fight round "with them dained old,, monarchy varmints,' I will heip hint with all my soul and body. And if he goes in to whip the ' British Government the bwnert of your correspondent if the London Times at' all times or, any time, at matin meal, mass or vesper time or all the year round on any subject I want to be 1 ('fust in .bar.' ' In short If he likes to stretch' himself out on the world 'stick his feet up on .Vesuvius, Jlgnt qis cigar at luunutomuu ,iuu, .urotr arms 'At the same .time about, the beauties of Cashmere and the vestals of Circassia-I will help bim to stretch hinwelf out and do,"as he dam pleases.'. And though it.may. pe a cen tury before the creature fally unfolds himself, I will give heart and band to whomsoever tries to begin. ! And I believe Gen Pierce bas be I gun, and I wpu'd not advise you to try j and ,, stop bim . He is a roarer, ! m':,u .i. : wi:..,:.. t e : ..... .. the Interior," will be most delighted toi crack v.'. a ',i.:'i ' i L I . . I nierary joae, or a literary u,igou W)ia nappy outsiders like you. ,,: ,, ,,. , ,, ,, J .v . "il Faitlifully whether my bead sticks or not, your friend and servant, 1 ' "f ''", " V ;! , A, "Clerk in the Interior." V (.! ! , j ...!, Bacfcbitcra..,,-, ,(,,,, .;i Every, community holdsrin Us bosorn .a spe ciel of viperous bipeds ealjed backbiters, eave. droppers, or slanderers who go about doing el vil continually. Thev introduce discord where 1 peace before residedtheyljirake up illwiil be - tween peaceable and frien41y, neighbors, excite suspicion in trusting hearts, and substitute bit ter controversy for social, amity and quietude. This malign private characters with impunity, because they are too cowardly and, hypocriti cal to , make their assaults boldly and manfully so that those, they. traduee cannot, have,, j. chance to defend themselves. They, ri;n Jip- behind you and strike you inH,the,u darky' and j then fly, to. escape detection.. ,,lbey fut on i great suayity and friendliness, to your face, but '. . u ,.. inoi, i rA. a. wuci .jryui um- m jucuijiuuii uui iyi ) u;iu for they wpl pUpg.p jouf heeW like a rabid dog. Avoid them as you would a poisonous - .Although Mr.' Denham travels oyer some of reptile fefue Aeir .company j-and above. all,: tne gronhdi touched upon' ,by '.'Hearing Jack, ft'opj fdirdt, them to yourhiiy famUy. circle ! "fyij vt hVretaVea idefl,' 'auj Jij('bem 'uu do not induce them into .your fireside; se inofnTto tiu,rteA I'M py for I crets; for if you do they will hare the baneful ' TJke Ciloi f be States n4 , , CARROLLTON,; ; CARROLL', COUNTT, staia of their ootatepa on your very ' thres hold; happmeu will flee before! them as from a deadly foe. - For the lots of peace, of wrder and of friendship, do net eouotnano the slan deroas imputations against your friead and aieghbora, i 1. l v .;;; m ' t .-i ... t..:, ,. r. . i, -.il u ., MVHT JOIU STOLE THE BOSNETi John McDonell, a young white anari, .with an open, prepossessing , eovattoues was, brought up for stealing a lady's bonnet from a millinery store in 8mn4 Itreet. it is not a common event, in the course' of human sffairs, for a young man to steal a bonnet Indeed, tht case was singular enougV to ex cite "general curiosity; the Mayor himself seemed amicus io know why John's pickers snould have fallen on a bonnet rather than a hat for the head piece he wore wasentiled "to repose after long faithful survice j 'Why did you steal a bonnet, John McDon elir ' ' r Ah, your honor, it's a werry delicate sub ject, and I'd rather say nothing about it; it's all the same to yoa stnd'the other gentle men.', v v: : -1 "' 1 "' ' ,'Have yoa a wife?' i ' n -j 1 .,'Devilaone.' :: . '' '" ' 1 T , ' A mother or sister?' ) ' n ' ' , 'Not a tasta, pleast your honor " Then what use did you intend to make of the bonnet?' ; . v i Mm I tell your worship? ' Why; then, was taking Nelly Callahan over Schuylkill last Sunday, that led to the whole calamity, ,. The ould scratch instigated me to Liss her 4 among the black berry buslies, and she fit Bgainst the civility till her straw bonnet was used up like a crunched etf shell.' ' " " ' " 'There says she, 'you've ruined me?' . nun o iiini'. onj a k. j t , ' 'Why,' - says she, 'you've kissed the head joff 6fme,' and spiled my best bonnet besides "d if that's not ruination I'd like to know what is,' , , , Never , mind,' says 1 ".here's not much harm done yet; and I'll pay all the daraag To do what;',,, ... .. , .. ,,; . 'Get her another bonnet. There was no slivinir nff: the Vinnni't hurl In rnmu K lionl; n crook, and so 1 hooked it. Ifl.musfigo the voyage ljt me epcak a word ofadvicdw the younS ? wl'.u , oow Prt'8ent. andin', in Bolemn sileoce around .thjs enclosher, , Tike warnin'by my tnelancholy fate,; udl kiss the gals moderate; don't, smash thei? ,Jbooptw, And n?,e?te Kf" t! 10 I -'"P' igeui woo is iauing uown ut proceeaings . will sartin mat l oore n wur. manly fortitude, it g a crushing affair, apd I have a sneaking notion that my lieart i crushed worser, than Nelly, Callehan's bonnet.'. . i ,,,.u The milliner lady from whom, the bonnet was stolen, was deply affected, and considering that the theft was coumiltad under the influence of aTmrgTir!o"v7,r 8h7I.T5 p7os"e.te, andpf W W'?DaW boarding-schoolsT" Urdaf at her earnest re'q Jest, the errinL' lover wts set! at liberty. Sunday Mer. ' ' ' - j .. - I'll-. J Beliold the daughter of innocence, how beautiful is the mildness of her countenance, how lovely la! the diffidence of he'r looks. Her cheek is dyed with the deep crimson of the rose; ber eye is placed and serene1.1 and the gentleness of heij spfcech as the ' melting , soft ness ot the flute, A ,,,,..., , , Her smiles Bee the enlivening rays of the sun, the beauty of her presence, as ibe' silver light ofthewoon::" f 1 ' , u Her attire is simple, her feet , tread wjth cantion, ana ,6he feareth to give offence. ; The young and old are enamored with her sweetness; she earryeth her own commenda- on.M"""' "i : . She speaketb not the first, in the , conversa tion of woman, neither is her tongue heard a boy her companions -: v; ), n She turneth not bet head to "gaza after the steps bl men; 'sie lnuirctli riot of them whith er they are going, ... She giveLhlier opinion, unmasked; nor stop pctb her cara to that.of bnolher. ,) - !: ' l She frequenlelh' hot the 'publlo ' haunts 1 of men; she'enqmrth'not after.' the 'knowledge.! impropefoi;' the conclition.'j j ,'it.j' ), . o. pecoming is lha behavior f modesty, so lovely among the daughters of womanj 1 ' F ''Yl'sl-land ,iTlary, . ; Highland Mary was Mary Campbell, from Campbellton, Argykshire,' and lived in Cpllis field in, the humble situation of daUy' maid to Col Montgomery, She also jiyed at one time as nurse-maid: in the family of Burns' friend and patron Given Hamilton,' where be Visited her. Mary had gone to the west Highland to make arrangements among her friends for her dj maniags with "the poet, and on her return to j"Greenock----wbere it was appointed they ihould appointed :meet she .'was'siejed with a fever, of, which ri! ' i. '( 'i "'' n. 11. "1 i :n i sne 016(1, oeiorf VUruB cyer jicur uci iiiucsv I This was' th cause of their auddert separation jth time lost ia tljd -prusal-.Mo8t reasoaing tk ristttat!fi f tie rsli.M lOHIO, THURSDAY November 1 1851: I -' - -.1 .. people, wrius Thorns Denham, 'are more or less acquainted with the bard's two beaalifal tffuaiona-'HighUud Mary ni the address 'Mary in Heaven.'" Poor Highland Mary wis a beautiful, interesting and innocent young crea ture of human loveliness, goodness aad great e!5 Vi sti-: i. a ti- ''-, " Tan netl In the lowly build, ! 1 " ' - - it! Aiel'i ia castle ha.i tu '. I - And though brought p ia humble cireim stance, Mrj had charms which attracted ma ny, wooers;; anJ,'ays AlUa Cunningham, Hlere was aot wanting the temptation. Ae., to allure.' But nothing ceuld win her youDf af fections from the peasant poet they were be- Wothed, Mary was U go bom la lb. wUn ; Highland to make arrangements for thefr mar riage. 'And their adieu, says Cromck, sn author, 'was performed in a striking' moving way. The lovi rs stood on opposite sides of a small brook, face to face they laid their baada in the running stream, holding a bible between them, pronounced their tows to be faithful to each other, and parted, never to meet again!' By way of continuation. Burn's own words are, 'At the close of the following autumn she crossed the sea id, meet me at Greenock, wheie she had scarcely landed when she waa' seized with a malignant fever, that buried my dear girl toiler grave in lew days before I even could learn of her illness. The 'Bible1 tney made use of on their fiual parting was after wards in the possession of Mary's sister, ia two ' volumes, on each of which it inscribed a quotation from itself in Burns' hand-wriring. On the first 'And ye shall not swear by my nam falsely I am the Lord., On the sec ond, 'Thou shalt not forswear thyself, but per fotwonto the Lord thy oaths. " There is something exceedingly touching in this plia se of poor Burns' existence, and the pathos and deep feeling evinced in these two admirable poems can well attest bow the sen sitive heart must have writed nnder the har rowing affliction which wrenched the tenderest, dearest chords. Long songs fall upon the ear, and 'tis customary to abreviatc them in sing in?; but t cannot see how one link of this sweet chain can be spared without marring its beau tiful stm me try. May God amend the taste can mutilate 'Highland Mary.' .-'.i-'.'l Bots' Names for Girls. The New Orleans Delia, tells the follow ing: ',A young ' lady, an only daughter of a very fond, devoted and scrupulous father,, who was sent to a fashionable sboarding school,. , where j she pecame the companion and room-mate of another lady, who rejoiced in the perversion of musculine names, for which .some ladies have a great affection, , in other words, her name was Riehardelta. and she was commonly ttL t "'!' Ill '-' :i. :'li- 1- iri:.i.- ' w.:.:.. inuwn auiung me jjmstia iitnjr. ,. I'li-iuj to her father, the new young lady at tho ; fash ionable school assured him that she was so hap py,' as she had for her room-mate, "sweet little Dicky H-V .':.:; ,u. V Blood and thunder!" exclaimed the old gentlraa. w,.ln specimen of; the morainy ,ng h,s P?! "r mm?aiateiy lor me 1 . 1 1 1.1 1 I u academy, and on bis arrival .there, asked to be shown, to his daugnra room .where he found her, sitting, very affectionately in the lap of, an other young My.. The affectionate, girl rush ed forward to gnjet the,, indignant father,' who drawing himself up ( frowningly, exclaimed , "Where is that rascal?'Ji0 w ,( , ;Tbat,, Pioky you rete about, who was your room-mate." ,.M. -ri H ' ; : Why, there she is," exclaimed the inno- oent damsel ! throwing her arms around the in nooent cause of so much anguish." The hasty old gentleman was 'perfectly disgusted1 with himself, and also with the confounded bad taste of giviing girls boys' nain.es. t' t - Raix ik Tn TJictTKb Statis A paper sub mitted to the association for the advancement of science, by Prof, Blodget, of tho Smithso nian Institution,' states the follow Ing interesting facts: ' ";., The portion of the continent i east of the Rocky Mountains, differs essentially from the western portion, and from Europe, in regard to th dislribitiou and amount of rain.1'- Its fall is symmetries! and general not irregular and lo ci't ! .iwnn. ;..).. '.'Si ' i : ' XThe actual amounl annually falling is grea' ter' tii hit countries, and dicrease witb the ele- yawn."."-'1""' : --P"'! ':' :1jIt'iB frreatet In 'the Mississippi valley than on the Atlantic coast in the same latitude by about one-eight! " "3 1; '"-- ; It is less in the Alleghenies than n the At lantic eoast, in'the same latitudes by "about one-einhtb The law of distribution is deduced as one of regular decrease' in amount with ! decrease in temature,' whether 1 that' decrease1 of tempera ture Is due to increased elevation or higher lat itude. rs,'..9 1.:; u-..u v( li.it.. The source of supply of moisture are eonBid- ered ' as lyincf beyona the surface tr tne wa- r.Jca JiMlcS, v iul tU u ter t t Ixu 1: Thete,''arO" two things" whl6h? ViVerybody shou'lf 'ddt(matry early and te)ur life in sured. One ;keeps misery from yourself," and "HOLE UlS UFHv 1DD0 A genm.n the country,wbohadput a- ai js two ooiiiea or eapiUI al, to recreaW some f , . .. . . . . - f frunHa V ruu.t. J J: :.i.f ' ' .717- tit x T ' ! ea, just before dinner, that a preea IrUh a-r-i i - - . . , , , vent bad csspted them both, 1 , 'Scoundreir aaid tho aaaater; -wan Jo yon eaa by thk VSVJ'I'.'-h . 'W.V,r' ,IwjiauinoBgn.fcy the clou J - mat it was goin to thunder, sol dri.k il.-M'i .1 . , . . . . . ' rr -: the ale at one, kaaitabaaki Um ,u ' --" mil- is nothW I abominate aomu'eh aa w..rf. " ..: PassMoaaa. How'macb tb fare to tDca-, go, air?. ' ' "' ' ' Aeasirc. Three dollors. P-i,ni;B u' aat J taa go for two, , A. How many are there of you? ' ' r; Meself an' wife, that's to: anr- .-' wife and her brodderJat Eoney, 'a four, sir ! j viitb Pat's wife's widdy sister and herself, with two orphan childer, make tin, that's all sor." A-I will send yoo all for $25." P. Faith, I'll give yon twinty, sure. A. Very well, there's a large family of you here's a ticket. ', P. God bleu ye, sur; divil the likes could I find of ye ia a two days walk. Faith, an' I'll write to my friends Ucomebeye's own line, sure. Mode! ICQweafi' So-neidea of the lorbearai ce requisite to toe composition of a steamboat Captain maybe gathered from the following interchange of no lions which took place at our wharf-boat a few Jays ro. The CapUin has tapped hi bell and ia about to shore off, when he is hailed by a lardy trav eler -.. ... ' . Hello, Captain I want to go V Come aboard, then.' ' . ( But my baggage it's not here. l Where iait?' v. Just up to the United States only three rqnares can you wait?'' " , Yes but hurry!. "A . i t , 'Look here. Captain, you haven't got any body about you could tend up tliere for my trunk huve you ?' J - " 5 ' " ' 1 " Sundry expletives, delivered in real rim lin go and concluding with a solemn recommrada i tion to 'go , himself,' convinced - the traveler that he bad gone too far in his ! attempt to Im pose on good nature. ' lie therefore concluded , to 'ohimfelffor his baggage and started one way. while the boat went the other. Per tnbmgh Guzetit. ! ' Sckni is i School Room. 'Fust ! class 'n jografeer!' ' "!; ' " Scholars YelVm.' ',' ; '.,','-A-r-k-"ark,' a-n-s artens, a-s Arkansas." 'Pronounce it Ark ansa w; but Tumui, you ain't spelling your parson,' childl " 'Oh, yeth'm. ' Hark an saw is a noun, object ive ease, indicaUve'mood, eomparilire degree, third person and nominatives ease to seissors.' Youbava't said what gender, Tumas." 'Feminin gender. 'Why?' - 1 CdssiU i ,uJ ' Next.' .- . . ! i,,.!ni'M ! t .f.iR .'Dunnoizur.',! :'. T 'Com David you kno w ' ; 1 1 " Yeth'ra why cos its got Mis Souri on the ndrf Loaisina Anna on the. so'uf, Mrs ' Sippi'pn th e ast, and ever so many shemales on the west.'..' ... ,., , i ,vi h ,f . .! ! s . ?Very well, David you may go to the head of your class you're a rising genius and "II iak'amanb3fore your mother. ' Tbk Pass Wobd. Mr Lover tellsa ood anecdote of an Irishman givivghe. pass-word at the battle of Fonteroy, at the time when the Saxe was Marshal. . . : . -, I 'The password is 'Saxe now dont forgt tt;' said the Colonel to Pat. , ' ' , "Sacks 1 faith I will not, wasn't my father's miller .', ,,, ... n -,, . . i-! f- 'Who goes there?' cried the Sentinel ' after he had arrived at the post. , , ' ' i " Pat looked as confidently as possible, and in a sort of whispered howl replied . - , 'Bags I . your honor. 1. ' c .1- .. ,. , . -1 ' 1 " 'Why dont you limit yourself ?' said ' a physician to an intern pe rote person ; ' 'set down a stake that you will go so far and no farther! So I did,' said the toper; .'but I set, it so far off that I always get drunk before I got to it. 'John has the Doctor arrived ?' , VYevsir' ; m:,' ir... '' , ..'Then go immediately for' the undertaker, for otain2 events cast their shadows before them, ''., " 1; ' , ,. , .,. . ... .; ; TaiABiU!i.'Ar ttrongt lazy , fejlow , who preierrea oegging to wots, caneu va gcuue rnaii in th city, and asked for -cold victuals ' i '' . i ..ii. .1 .1. aud old clothe.' The rnan asked : bim what he did for a living ;.6 --,e. 1 . ;.'Not mu'cfi, ai the'fellowexcepf Uayel ing.' ' 'Traveling 1 Then you au travel pretty pening tM door, ?lri utgom tnvtl t'3 ..II k !;'0h, yes a!d the begier,"Tm,.yery good at Ytl -H' .' '' f".- ' tbatv. rw .,3i i. ilhlvn- r , u'VFella then.!aaid th: gen tie man, .coolly o- BuMeribar h4 nr r ' urun nrM Wta caairary are tHMitkre4 wnwf t muU- Uif lerttiiM. i . ...... . i- It twsKrtUr uw'tC U Jci aaaae ! their fpr u.jb w'ur may ti nua M taatl lb(m auul 1 1 arTfarita are pai4., . A If takscrihe rft or reluM l take tbeif papyri frvn ffic to bn'b lli'f rf rn' tbaf are bld rpnihle till tliry hart rrv H taarf bills and bnirrrd thrirpap r tiii'ou(ii ai. 4 If subairilxrn rrraxve to wlirr plan wrlbMl ' lw1 dirt;on J thryarefxd n-pvnaible. ' cril)U(, e. of .UU. i. skJ t. I W . . it' a a i i . l . a ' j j. u j i. v. i l ?iyed from aa old word, 'eabb-ab a. . wiad- xl-' ' Ad th.ir W where lay ; ' , '' r " .t i . i i .i storecabbage, from 'helan" to IkiuV. ' ! - - - Tie most recent doverics art? tmi U ff P-kof .peetacUi to H tie eyn outota.' 4! ...,. Ih. ' f' ' .J The cWb wkb which at L strvcb t!i '! poet. V. m A stick to mwqr Barrow eeapea. ,.. . . "' (. :) v.t , . I ha hook and Una, with which an angler caught a eold. " i .. . ! .. , The ambrella ucd in the rt'gn of lyranta. . , 1 ! .'- . ' Tauaa if East. A traveller in England ob- . . . , .l ; ,w.i k- aw:! r a Bv-ar-iasuti a w us w aiiiva erc i u ia n aww wss taking it remarkably easy, said to Mo 'My j.'ita'j, juu uun appear iu iwrai anj. 'Why, no, muter, six shillings aiul iwfot!0 Kaget. i i . .. j .. i. . ... , jrSomtwhere In the West, a aahle Knight of the lather and brush was performing lha operation of shaving a boosier with a very dull razor. -.!';.. , . . 'Stop, said the boosier, 'that won't do. What's the matter boss? ' ' ' 1 1 That rszor pulls.' ' , ', ' , ' ' ' ; " . 'Well, no matter for dat tnh. If ds handl" and rasor don't . beark da beard's bound to eome off. ' , , r - ,( .i 1' ' ' ' "i .! jiU jfyThe cool mu of the nineteenth centu ry settles himself in the only cuahioned chair In jour office., carelessly throws his legs' upon the' polikhed slap of a mahogany .table, puffs his cigar smoke ou the leeward of your srael lers, squirts tobacco juice two inches bynd the spittoon; knocks off the ashes with his 1H tie finger, so as lo beprinkle your broadcloth, and leaves his stubs ou the desk or window still. - - : ,7 PaicttCALUBo Idbal. The Mowing dia logue was actually heard a few days siaoa in one of our state offices: ' " ' " " Clerk Well Dickens t & completed pit Bleak House at last.,. ' , i ., , VWtor Has he, where waa he building it? 1 yThis tenement to let, inquire next door.' The place was in a wrercbed state of d.lapida 'tion, . but Bannister; inquired the rent, vko. I These particulars, traiaed, he askad. 'Do you let anything with it?' 'No!' was tho reply, why do you ask that? 'Bee fuise, if you let it alune it will tumble dowa!' ' ExTaAVAGAnta. A full-grown buckeye, in ra ther an obvious and 'balmy'' slate, tumbled in' to a staje coatch once, beside a traveller who was in pursui t of lnotaj dgrj certainly, at that lime, 'under diCicu'tits, After ' tke ribbons had been picked up, and the, horses receded notice to starty the traveller remarked that 0 bio was fine country. ' ' v 'I " TI-hic taint nothing else tickup'd the buck- 1 .' it ; .'..) .... i ,', x y-.. . nr, fa J- -.. t-. ,,:",.,, -i.-.J t What jlstheataple production, sir?, , .4 ... .'IUb o.roit.; : .it;.. i!i-ij. .i ..t.;4 'You must raise a large quantity; what it done with it?'" ' "a ' "'W-hic-way, a gTeat deal fa used ' up in wn-btc-lslyj and some they uattt jn wiling bread!'.. ,1 ;,.,i. ,,'..,.,,..( it .;m.l Guilty of not guilty?" asked a Dutch jus tice. Not guilty ." Den what do'your here? Go about your business."' ' " " . Horn teoke, daring his contest for West minister, was thus addressed by a partizan of his opponent, of not very reputable character! Well, Mr. Tooke, you will have all the black guards with you to-day.' "I am delighted to hear it sir, and from such good authon "A female residing at Brandon, Vt, not yet thirteen years old, bas recently become a mother, She wss married before she was e even. '" ? Lucy nUone mention, as one of the six ob jections to a woman's being married, that she loses the control 01 net -cniitfieni ,,, ,t A Gbahamitk Stiw. Two handsful of saw dust to a pailful of diluted well-wster. Boil a half hour, and serve up with "cut ' straw and shavings, t il Tbb '.Tomato! A ' correspondebt of the '' Country Gentlemen" asks the following ques tion : ,; j, ,. ,,1 .7 ' 1 i t-; Will rott plesso mfonn me of what country thet Tomoto is a native, and bow long since it a as introduced into the United States? ' To which that paper rt plies'. ' The Tomato ( Solatium licaptrticvm, and be longing 'to the same 'genus as the potato .and eggplant,) is a native of South America,, and was first introduced to cultivation in 'Europe ill 1 59o,, nut now jong it nas oeen nsea jor souos. Wuf'cB'," ketchup,1, and pickles '' we' are unable to say;',' of 'when it wss introduced in the United States. Uur Impression is mat in French and Italians Erst adopted its extensive us,' as tt is said that during the early part of the present century whole fields were Veett covered with the' corpsespecially in the viein ity-of Rom and Naples; " " '