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OTf.- i Ji it ' P l) D L I S II H D WEEKLY AT IIUTLAXD, VERMONT, I) Y OEORQE H. D BAM AN, TIiriiSPA V KVKNIXU, MARCH 21. ISoO. Nl'MHKK 10 KITI.AMJ C(ll TY IintAI.I) i in: ' n .; i ut. T V r !-" i i lt' rf II tHrt. ' M ' 4 If f 1 1 " f i-1 . f tm t i,m i ,,...,,. I I , ,l .i , i . ' all ir, ft li m.',!')! n r J I j IVit Hilr, 1 ' .- lift ?(1I iimii nni. t .' ' ( I'.r i .'j cw.u ( rr ,(uf e ,;. b V 0 li T II V . I i it! 'I,r !.., ji- 1 S jr J." 'Tie f'ii'i.ii)' 1h nil tifiii ; i cm r,, I! M a. Ilia II Pill-- ol Scotland. Is rn i I "'ii llu (itiyina! hand wi i'.iii' if t r -', ,! df fiiuiis who ci i . i ."- tl i!. Tl verses wi re handed In f r j i.l. r.i i hy I'. I!. Hnlbirt H-sq., of this tdy. a fneud, (if ill" iiltid niiilior. and ful1 (if tin' poetic enthusiasm nsv) cutcd Willi the scenery of the lliuh lundi mid the remembrance of their b.nds. A ficr rending nrli verses, the (.'!'! st are ready to take up llu; eho-tu- i f the rowei's son' in i'colt's Lady . f the I. ' II re A j'i I b'.iia '.io cvcrrern I'pic " The Mountain Tine of Scull and. n v ;ons" .L(.i sti'm mi i:a. 11, r mount-iin p'.nc of .Stroll ind ! it livrth in tli-npln A;,,!l uli.'i. thr liyhtiilUK's banneo I cail I l.i (bunder cl" ml nf nijjlii; Sol f nun llir sjitl that deeply lies in l lie low land ta ll ilnw n, Io ili pin In- sieptmed uttn extend or l. ft Im to J I v crown. I (i ii I In nlnirr of l.i ij-lit, wlirid Ike i , ,il t cl sunn u play, I k. ii.. It mi pinnies on ,i warrior's helm al IliC ( !(' ( iMlllr da.; 'I I Me l,rr ln Simula., the mountain kltiR- Hi il uii tlmis k i f i c I. In-, Ail t-i m illi rule, on ritiv m!c, liii rl.iv.ilrv. IVim ano-v ihry of In jlmy ' wlnl know t In- ill In- pil.ir. 't of Ii, f Imii! tirM llitimlor in ins :lial imitiil liii rmjiiii r i. ! firs w I o I avp in'MT ' en lnm -ioar ulicm It v npii ' ii n ' ill, I'i iii lni minr ii;iihn I l:r.il!ici ihik, in u xl lo till l!ic r,i'' ' ' IjCOsM l x n .mj of siJtl',1,,'111," ihe OKI . r iaii;'il lo pioil, nd llir ( skfadrs ol otrl rlnl found, llieir crnir irnli' unfolii ; Ami I'? lliJit liiKlrc dneplr down tlifiiuulioui r j( Ii H otiiltoui sr riif I ti'd of i' iiv mi n lourli'd plidr llm ojio , n-Ai!i i grcrn. JUl'i a' i'io Atitn f.iiiy ic.ilm .i gloij liL m lii, 1IlIt and pon't, and fear and joy in one HIMIC li'iss I t ylani'i' in ilioic "iiin.il nnfi, uliim li nn ( loii'U ai iinfurlM, It 'if I't'lotiil ill- iir liuill u! of I lie (Iff- Ml' 'll II hoi I J M. T liffi arc in lllf n,;arrv, 'ilo nmoiislon, (, 1-fillllTI', s nlicH. l.orli tpirl, l'inJhurn and calm Iah h A i ), ' liori' , A' : me n r " l. llic Dirhui oul lie pnlt iiii" Ti' pri.titc lir, , 1 I .. r !i i vi lUtk of In rrauM nd the ; if ai'.nj; ol lliii mar. ll. i .1 ifr ill in piiilr and !trnglh, and in ,i i i,i" iii'l mih i r, . In in n Ai,im' banter irn' t"p- i: II r II I llliMIH i,w I t. 't 1 1 I . .! iloimniiiii" , (!iep tocli and J'' 4l(Htlllt, ' ".li ,i I i llu ttumpl'i tiea.l) or the i " i'i 4un; Ikxiji J. T tn .m th pine ot Srudind tin I ci'Hh Cl,.tl,l. 1 w.-k v c lip'.tnii.t'- lianntts iesil rUt ! ur.i'rr louds al ovlit , i-'Cilia i' i-ariiltaluf leave., Ic oyon n tit- :i;ln, ,e ,. l.ioV up to tl at lir g'j ti-e on li Ihioffuf anriMil imjr.i. Nobility. W it ,t ri I t 1 '1 l.al Mtiich !ice '1 iih m !'. er.irint liifl wil, ' liip i e lilr a: en tfkc . 'It-it n ai i.it,1 n'i 'oI.om :i.. ' 'is ti "up i i,tr,' tr.a' pnant ( at. t l''Ce h in k.i(-i. tf l i cti., !l' il. noble who iinrr li tdoui mu llic rautr ol mil.' Uu'-en Yicti ria'. Cro .vii ccwiauis n ' i-t 3U diamonds "rent nid siimll, '"'I :Mr.!ncd ul $5X),(;()0. ( 'Hiuc in c Utwfcn ;" nnd Ho ' i I'nn-, wiilj frjn ?m u ii. '"'.-dfr-r:. fllSCHL LIW. The LokI Ails. '1 he fii",'v in.' is ilia ni'i-Li: c cl' .'1 Ii i fore de'ii r( d U Idle llm W imii- in ni'''. I.t'irarv I ii-! it nt nth" 2:fi ii'., nnd tej iri. ' I' r il..- i h !( n I'n ii' -r : The I.M!iinr, Wcnd.ll l'!nl'i:. !.q , -nid ihiit iiiniiy .f '.l.e nrl- w'.'c'li lli.MSliT (n llu rniiifotl. f i.fc, Mere tnnwiiniid t:ir!i-rd inure ilinn luo li(,isni.i yi urn no ; iii.d i)ti of tilt liiMori.u) who lifivr Tecird'd lhfnrl ( "iii i rii.i n i'i. 1 1 iii r!;. i, nf i:,,iny ( f tin tii( fill dl. i' ,;il t'lll ly I'l'liod (if the v. nl'i), hne 1-ci'li t!il!t)ll!;r.'il US Ic e 'til ni thnt m1. c!i a"i iiicurrect and liti'rtli'. I leril 'ltls VMS l.lldVMl ,l(l I I-1 it iti'i is tin fl I if I dl His i r ; I. ill 'oilif w It Incil ;il;ei linn, ll.i il'.'li ) ady ti' ndiiill llic tltllh (if tlilieh th:'. Ik; urordi'd, Imvo doiihled and dr iiclliiceil what they eotild nol coniiii; hclid nnd, and eharnelciized ihc Iii tu ny a thi! fallu r of lies. Dr. Yiii;n viMtod Mypl, and in his uwinclio.s there, coiiliiins hy Ins di-covei ii.s that which ripjx nriil niai viv'oiis and 111 eredih:; in thf w ritinos of 1 tcrotli u. Il is not .sain to (Iciiotinei! that which we may iml at liii he ahli t(i conipi. -hend. II a creditnhle'iistnnaii furnishes ns w iih four or live f.u ts which we are nady So admit as such, and .should mnl.e (inc tt.itcmi ut of a; jutieii'ly (louhifiil aeeuiacy, if we cannot slmw Its IllCorrt Clliesy 1 .y f;icts wl.ich ale im jo.smI.Ic to di.s;,utcit ii best to ctraiu out cinicisni. Those hritnchcs uf art on which the I.'Cturcr tlwill more minttte'v, were: I. Class. II. Colors. III. Metals. IV. The .Mechanic Arts. 1 fllass. Did the aiciniils know, anytl.im about ila"i? li was mi- used hy many that tlx y did iiol ; and a ork was s ritlori to show llutt they, did iidt ; ai d a work was wrilti n to1 .show that they v ere not nci'tiuitiUd with its manufacture when a chain l"-r m the ruins ofl'mii en .var l.iokru into, and was found to I e fi.ll of lass of nil kinds, (iiaii!ie.s and col. rs! In an ailicle nn the sidiji cl, Dr. i.atdi.er uuiJeriOiik tnsho v ih.it it was mijios Mh!i fir a sliaincr to crms the ntlaiiiic and (liiiiiiL' the saiiio moiit'i that that article was published, a .Sti inner cross- fioin I'.iiKijie In Aiueiic.i ! There is in the Ihilish Musciuu a va.-e hii-'t from liouie, wl.ich has been sail d.icte nl proven to h j ili,in il;is, man uf.iCllileil lliousauds nf yi ai.s mik c. The ancients weie ct.al.led lo maun f.ie tine i;lass i I an i 'aMic natnii ; and inst,ii;iu is on recnld, wi.ele a :;('b!el was thrown down and damaci! or hint in, and a.aiu restored. ilLiiisnu brouiihl hoin I r v t a o!a-s tube, in the centre ( ivlnc h was a small duck of purple color, and perb cl in it finish and feathers. It was coveicd o er w ith hite or Hau-parcul lii.s, anil anneal-, (d. The windows of ihe ancient ca-i lhidralsiti lOuiopc, ninety fut hi'h weie oinainenleil with iich clors, on tbe .!iiss. repieseniu)'. a pn jhct or an ' a pott ii;, .Vc ; and where k pairs have been made wiih the best st. lined l'I.'ss "f modern times, ipm.. fl co,tias: m ilu (jiuiliiies of the ci !ors w.is in.ini fesl. Di 1 the ,iiii.ii (il. know tin li-fof the te'esoope .' .Sir William Diuminond contends that the, did. At 'aiih;i..'e, the Ins'oiian n-l!s us thi y had M,. '-. wi'U which they could ste 1 1 t'i i s,ip. a huiidieds nines o!i', Thiswns a spy. i!as. In the theatres al P.i,;uc, the jbidia'.iis fought in ihecen'te 1 1' .mi .vena i'f j ,i at bu-.uith, at "in i xtrein lly of this .. j nrali d f.i r ft . j u the scenis ill the CenHe of the blllldui!.', Was the Ktnin ror's box, w heie .iio fat, and eyed ibmu.h ,t ring the fent.s on the siaue. Here wa the optrn-i;lftss. In lilt) iir.seiimi ( f the old w oi Id nrc cu rtoMtiet tun! c.l j' ct.' of ani fjniiy, man ul.iclurctl in it.t times ot Jiihu I'li-sar so minute th a a m cr.icnK i- linmkd nlw.-s to visitor, bv .vhich to r xnnimc ilnnt. There itiu-t have been micros copes or maiMiilyniii.i'lu'ssi.s nMt! i, a.;sl lht artist in Kctnuictvriii; i'i . mini.iiiire ol j. ct. I iriunmoti 1 is nht in ntlnbuiiiiL' U the aminiis this, bliowlcdiie of the levwr of i!ns, ' Colors. Vanity and pride, .iii oii thts Kifttrii n.'iK fis, from tlic remoti st jioried 'I tin? woria, havi xumii inu ("hiini-t u 1 1 ifi.-inn m producm C'dnrs oflhf -.'naiest durability th.it ll.e touch of the rii il on porlrnil. miht 1 preserved in ti'l its fM.liness ofc -lor. The colors now used an very inferior to those known nnd used tbue thousand year apo On the olc'it-ksol pj il.t 'aii'.'iii'.'f i f the mhabi'ants -at writiert in inieo' jfift ics, nnd on their walls scenes tliiihtm tin; the r(jx.ctivc ntUarc uiveti tho ihtp builder is ic.fcfnud by r. n.n, a !. p, nnd ,i slup caiji tin i's lix!s I1., s' fr ,'r.' i -i ! !' 1 1 ,i . ,j e tep-i ( sitnl in a similar manner : and ibex nrean pirfit-t as when they were imprmicd ihose haul sin fires, and retain I cir brilliancy of coi ir in all its rficti"tt, A few years no, l'.ii'c, ihc n-b I rnh-d otltait jniutir, enmo fio i. ."cw 'tU to make a priiait of the r icbi.ilcd W. h. ( hir.'iseii. The lellrait w lis roimdercd n Mijelinr ef h it ill .'kill, and the nilist had laboie 1 to Mciiie ami rod uco colors lh.it Would rema.u tmrhaiii'ed in the lapse nf li ne. The piii.'ilillj Was sent to I'.llli'lx', r.uil ( xllihl'i.l there, lleceiit ly a friend Inis wti len that the cheeks add ee.s i:ji- faded, a'. I the poitrait basi.i i i!, a; M-aranee it had when m liosioii. Ci t , P.i'y. and i-X.imme the paintings i. ih, Masiei. which have U i'!i ( xpo.'cd three fcntiiries, and ii" tn-elhe Iii !i!;esi of the ei 'ni, Tbe cheek-are as u d and I'.e !ij s ns na! ural as the weie when fi.st ski tchcl. Tbe sauii: facts apply to the ancient painlitiL's in Ibime. At Naples the liaveller is slio'., n a s'.ih of f the size ol'an oidmaty table, on which 7(D'fl.'iii i-p.uuled ; ,'iiid the t ys, and the cheeks, ju.d the !i s lelaiii all their fleshlies.s. snle hy Mil,, wilh her s ai" tin. i p.miHi ".'j'-aid to he f the bride that Solomon wmt lo i spouse, and the ci.l ii.s of the aiiilim ale as brilliant and as btautilul as when they were hud on the paiiilm. The colors usid m jit, e.reiiiii'- "tei n, were utter ly chaiioeb-ss Deeji cuiois are found m lime, ainomi the erup'ions of lava lioni .M.iunt Vesuvius, Sir Ilinnihiey Davy 1 1 icd thiee weeks to separate some of these colors from the blocks, and utteily holed. Drmntitniid pound td up portions of the luneslaincd with colors more than two thousand years, and painted with them I '2, Metals. .Moses tonic the "olden j calfand made the Israelites drink it. Ill .Moses made the gold to become a li iiiid, and thcreadiii' would indicate that be did, it is more than chemistry can accomplish at the present day, without heatimr the metal, nnd in that state it could not bo diank. The ob elisk's at Home are com; used ol solid pieces of stone, ninety feet hiyh, as as hard as me'al. The Fiench put one of these in front (if I .oms I'hillipe's alace, and engraved a b w words up on its nirface. It took sis sets of the hardest and best tools that could lie pnicnred, and three weeks constant la bor to accoiiipli-h tin-: while the an oieni obelisks are coveted with char acters and imciiptions-, made upon them Ik fore the ire of iron was known. Their hulls weie nrobablv lnadeof con er, haideiied by a process unknown i to us. And ihc entrraviii!s and char ! actei-on those ancient obelisks an i yilliesli. Theed-.es of the iais(d( ( har.icleis are nol even worn oil' by the weather: but are so line and sharp' that ihey will cut a er-on's linger by j passmj it over them. In Htrypt tiav-' elleis have seen and seemed bronzed knives which weie perfectly elastic. We cannot maki bronzed a'tieles elas tic. The i Id Hindoo salt: rs will ci.t four limes Ik iter than the -.iilish ' Mibri s. I he Arabs lnoii-jh t into I'm; Ian d blades w hieh were worth, and (or which ibry nciived, their wi ijil in nld. l 'o.i.pnM'd of superior n et ais and iu'i-uii, the I'u.esi finish, sivords mannfacturid in the Hast have been made t i split asunder a line silk en haiidk'-ichief while lloalin.' in 1 1 if air. 'I'hi-bii'.'hturss of polish and a fid iK-ss Iroiu tainish of Ihe instrn mints of the ancients could nol, bow i ver, be preservi d, as was 'llustrated by a quotation from Myron' dc-aip-turns; ot the Mid. len diaili ol the Assyr ian army, w hen they came up to wnr nirauist the per. U ui find at Jerusa leiu ; A- il.i- leivis nf ike fornt, when Summer i pn en. Tl.i- la st with ll,Mr bsnncis at iLiuct were K I 11 . As iI.k a- ..s of tl.u fori si, wl.cn .lutunin 1.4 -J, I 'own. That biit en tbe inmio-A lay willicicd and uto n. I'oi th Angel of Uuaih sptcid Ills winfi on i't- 1 lit, And l it-atl.'d on the fart of the foi ii he as-tii ; ni I ei i'i in'i r, lii-lniud and pale, :(', mi i'i w i n l.i- brow and rut.' on las mail." 1. Thr Mechanic At It. The yramids of I igypt wi le so strong that no eartli (jiiaUe has rent them, and ihe earth it w if u mild ..ri L-al-'v pan aKiiudcr ere these piles comd U iii' ved. My what combination of the inechoinc arts weie tin se jiyr.imids erected ? The lev r nnd the u'ley must fold their arms in Ni'Tr ff nn ) i ri; , Vu.: of Ainr,. liime-rsiijir.: lb trian ii p'-n brist-t;i hi. cn.i-iiiilicM and lie Jewn.Uii -.eip? to Jriy.j'i-ni, ami nt a blapl.c!noi;i line r to K-nj llci.tuh, nlnib If rrJ ano l.ld b (off tbe leirf in ti. 'J cmpl, ai.d v rh uoi. ciittt i!inn !i, ui (Jod s;'iril .b As-t.iiri- 'I he rrojil ii t.t,urd bim that the I. tnl Kiuid. 1 bat r !(;bt f-SOWl rf ib A itoaii a'n.T ' ' "" f 'i .'t ? K nf II MiSrnse! N he-etlu-u the uiaMiinery that raised these in, uiene piles ? Vi n- lilalton with us i.-o! e.ii-edi;:ly mod- t rn m veil' ion ; but the nnrieiiis knew nnd applied the principles ol veiitil.i - lion, (hi Ihc hys ol the lai"e loinbs in the Hast, vnalphnles or apeiinre.- were noticed by ttavelers. but w ilhout knowmjr their li.e. Impn-jsed with, i ,i..., i i. an idea that ,iie-e apertuies iinirhl po. s.tny connect wi-li the mil re r ol the without the excuse of v.:ci.,ty or idle loombs, and to test the lac', a cat and nesss-, lake a dieadful pleasure in slnp her kittens wei" produced : the cat as pm- from then compeers tl.e eaih in piaee-t upon the lop ami iier bittens v. u n in mo tomn, and Kiitnere in this under a pretence ol love or tiuih fmnly, afiei a few lessons trout me, the mormiiir tht-y wiielo-eibet, show- mid justice! Tins. dismt. ics.ed iVOn!d ju' s for well bred people in . m concliiMvely the e.sisteuce of a champions of truth and ju lice ate the eiou d -an I I sh mhl make them tin ventilatm:aeiiiire through thetouib. last men to lay Li e their own con ders'a' d Ihc oHra, w Iik!i now lln-y bill of such a zi-i-zai nature that stoims scions secret faults to the public eye do not." oi ch.inge of we.ithei coiild not cllcd for the public unod. l.etuspray that .... . - tin interior. the thini upon which wo altio our Winter Hcci.r'a. 'I he ptop- rties- ol Sieani. and its ap- '.elves most may novel be meiitijiied m plication to ihe puijioses ol navigation their hcarui" I Me it wit or wealth,' Xaiuie to me is icry b-atitil'iil in we Inue icasi ii to believe, weie not licanly or go,.d humor, Immunity, 1 winter. I low pine is tin- aii ! ht'. unknown to the ancient ship-buildeis. steadlasluess, smeerily, or dehcacj'; bnelmes':, siiipajsuijr even the sjuuii To litem also were the advantages of pre-eminence in fashion or in learnu'ii tune, n-sls on the landscape! The canals known ; and in the valley of miiccs in literature, pat e c in sorrow, hills, iisiuy pa'e and blue afar; ihe iloshcn. whine Hit: Jews dwelt m honest ellorl in adversity, or what not, ' va!t s and plains-, dotted with fai.n I'u'Vpt.sm extensive canal was made, , thoiioli it !ie the immediate jewel i foiu yjiiils, while the herds me huddled 'm v. ith lock-, occ, and med foi iiiciciui- souls, no card house, was ever demob thur coie.s scenic,' and thu yeli.iv, hie and mail ships. It was broad e- ished with rcater coolness- than will straw or oneti liny inaiks the ilare ot iii'iioh to admit two ships of war to this favoiito wmt: or timet of our their nlcasul imprisonment, l-'ioiu .ass inroujn a-ieasi. n reacnen over many miles of coiiuny, and appeals. fiom theacci'Uiits of tiaveliers. tohave been supplied with locks oi nates that would open and shut as do those in canals of i tir own day. Mailioads were known am .n- the ancients. .tit .i. ii.. . . . Home, Aniens, ami many oi me lari- est cities of ancient date, were btiill back sevcial miki fiotn the sea coast. This was1 to sicnin the i'lhahilants from plunder, as their women, their children, and iln-ir fuinituie, would otiierwiso have been carried oil' by pi- rates and slave-dealers. To gam no- ens55 io inese, laiuoaus weie auopieu. Tliose roads, we are iiifoimcd, were' I.. r i: Kiiu wiin squares oi (;ianiie, m which were p moves filled with iron. The Pyramids of I'luypt exhausted in.in (piarries m their en c ion, and this im mense quantity of .stone was trans ported fiom Ihe ouaraies to tin; Pvia- mids hy laihoads constructed lor the purpose. Stephens, in Ins 'Travels,' records the discovery of ancient rail- roads in M-xico, similarly constructed,' on giamte blocks, but without the aid of not). Animal uiaoiietism, we have leaMin io iinur ii"iii men iiieioi;iy)ii ics, was known and piactbcd ainonir the ancient?. The delicacy of ancieni wnikmnnship is remarkable 'I heir clothe-, and the'exlure of the dresses worn by ladies, aie spoken of in terms of surprise. So fine aie tome of then fabiK's. that the women me described as arrayed, on certain occasions, m '(bosses of woven winds.' A puncess was broiiobt 1 eleie her father for be lli: indecently cmcicd, when sin; m foimed linn ihat she had on seven t.ar meiits. Tbrir muslins were extreme ly delicate. In Hindustan, wlnu first visited by the Hughsh, the natives were in the habit of manuf.-iciuiiriu' their finest fabncs umltr ground, so lhat no commotion inighi be lvviii to the air, as it would blow their iiiami faclures nioutid, and ii-j f 1 the pro r . . i . ... i .1 t. gress of their leniale operators. Our finest i.owill manufactures have 100 thieads ,.f warp lo ihe squam inch, and 111) f li:iiu; iheiis have 510 threads of whip, and an equal proper- lion of f.lliil!,!o!homch. The Ic'.mrr closed hy imiiirin': why the anca nts did not moie exleu- sively apply their knowled".' of U,,.- arts to xu.t'ul uroes; and attributed it to ihe want of a spmt ol libeiali'y and fi.-e social intercoiiis.-; and ah.'i i., il,. 1 1 in 1 1. .,1 .,!,: r,r i. in-, knowledge fiom one part"o( the wor e to another, ' he invention o Pi intuit Las i, -moved tbe latter imped- ,ii,.r in, ,,-, !. tiiiriitl nl.il uitli il fi v.'tsl i, mill, in- r. ai.dwith ii a vast number of l.nri-i.ri. lo 1 1 1 1 1 il tvumr.tit li.il'f. Ki mi turned aside. Knowledge is- no longer ' confinid to the cloister ; and ihe dis ! covcries of n Walt, a I'ultoii, a b'rank - lin.c.bccomi.- popular ail (.radical as soon as they ate made known io the world, and aii are hem fitted by their discovenc . .latiican (.uUnrt. ... ajanucrcTB, .iiate nun rcmaic.1 Mlessines rmd bane are s0 clon-ly i-noi.ti-d oi oil ivf,iiirs i.i-1-i.-i, i.ii,.. loil, i.' "ood thmt-'s of life, ihat we mcd not W'oniier t'nai many ins iIoh urn z erv al.ll- e cl l ne "nat "ill i sr i ec i. Talk is sp-'i.t. moons as tr.a'bmfe'. as' we have said. bu. it ,s far from Luti always im ffensivc. White hand. d ' Mrmvibir,, preened a few people who were soon out of tneir misery, and sl.e has been for ntrosheld nr. toex'-crntion Have We in ver seen a woman who figure and face said to be the model of has ,isoncd twice as many, for life symmetry and beauty a trnitleman and dt-Mh.rmd who ynt pases for n cood by birth and inheritance, (there was feortof a fcisoii 1 "apt to (-peak her 'never a mechanic i:i my lnmily xlii mind, but tiimnn p no harm" with 'cited in a ntirop-.ui (.'ruversity, r.n fi. litiie Btai.M.ce rf pri-ni'ditaiii u or ' accomplished rr.dMnrui. n tl...;-)ii 'h t Si I ri ;! .1. 'Shedocs but teporl what sl has hearr.' or she has it from mid aulb r'!y or she did not say n'u.ie than others sai.J ! in the course of a inoiiiini vi-.il, 1 she will skewer a whole sireet of her ( "Itiends ' like a Inticli of In! nibs, ami ,, peppered for tho most fatid..us liable. Audit must n it 1 th aUx that women are the . nly smners in .i , . . tins leyard, ther.' are men, too, w ho winch they ai,car to the world, and character be by Hie cool ireat'iot hah , nual detractor." He '.-.peaks (!n'ors nnd every other worJ slabs. '-.)r.i JCikhtml. . . Multnm in Purvo. - . .- . t.od .-mil eteinity arc Hie two pillars that uphold the nniver-c. Poverty wants sou.e, lii.Miiy manv, and avaiice aU thin".. ' ' The extieme.s of hailed, lo e and virtue aie .dike silent, P,easuie is like u cordial a little of it docs no injury, but loo much de- .stioys. 1 think it not fit that eveiy . . . - J man man should travel, lt makes a wise better and a fool woise. There never was a hypoeiiie so dis yuised, but he had yet some mail; oi oilier to he known bv An Irislliuali heiii" asked what w.e; the woist enriny of mankind, replied, "The ire to he sure, for it always 'hates' us." ' Why ouj-lit ihc giidiion to he es. eluded from domes'tic ii.se'.' Mecause it makes domestic bioils. ... . . 1 o iive lone to tin; .stomach lined with bell metal. cl il The family of fools is ancient. Necessity never made a ood bai gaiu. Dead men open the eyes of ihe liv-iutr- The u.eful and Ihe bemtiful ait never far asunder. A civil answer to a rude sprreh ei" Is not much, and is woiih a .-real deal. 1 ,et your e.;eii'cs- bo such as ti leave a balance in your pocket. Heady money n a fnend indeed Dn.Mi.s tiii; '-Soft I m im: a-i r MI.st.' i ioveiuor I'll!!--., last week aiiemieu a snci ii enle. iaiun,(;nl at ll 1 ' . ' ui" i.iihiiichi ai i n handsome re.s.d. nce cf II..,,. Char'e- Huds.'n. in hexmoton. l,s , vri.; ' ' cv ays a ; aj er I.. I'.,,,- ,, j was fir -"")"-"' meu speriami oi u,e dance I'i ."rU c ,0"1: l':,:' bi.wever. , ,or aotl hun.ore.lly, "you f"' 1 f"";' ,'r:,st. ll'" firs! Map bt 1'' b'ad by this ainufcicnt.-- 1 ,WVVT, ,J;,nr ,J. .'"' con'iin- d, m the r l'.'s.u;i vem.' ai.d 1 will take oc -'''''!'.' I'1 (-onlradict Ihe Mory, f which , l-"1",' "' loundsol the papec that '! t...-r k-un!ii s .m.h once invite cl the ''"titrhter ofa militia olieer to a hail. '"'ii L'oi reuiM'd in Const fini nee ol n-- '';U'ice, and that the sap black ' " i- nu . ivernor ol .na-s.i ciuiseiis. 1 acl-owleii.'e ih,, ,,,,. hu ""' ", acKowiedU'e Hie ,,i ,t, hu' lns'".-- ' tgnorc t lie j.umj,, .' ..--,, ' "dfr. A llaic Chance. ' , , . A Ymn ' ccm I'bshmeiits, whose real name is ' for ( 'be present withheld," addresses the , followuio touchin: note lo the (dit ' ,,, n,e l . in'i.aicii i ne casu really a heart rrndint' one, and, com - ' ''""' flS we do mo t deep1 y the ''0'0"''' nioiiiiviic'i-uibarrass I im.i.i ...I.. ...I....I. i. i. .i. 1 1 i.i im j in iw ii uiuu ui.- iiiiihi iu ui i veil i h-7 Cr.z t.::?.-! c-f !..... .... .J , ...i .......... i . i. i i V' " '' '-- "I--.nun-S,wec,K..-r. f" 'v U.vc h.m Ihe benefit of ,mr c.r- dilation to adverse his "awful U,d b" '! i.m 25 years of ae, five feet . loven inches and a half in heiL'ht. a r,.-,, , iVUV, .should h'.e t i I mnM v 1)U, n w isi'iJiy fnintlv, wlurb, ' wnnti'i; the -mUge of bitt'h, would i he elevated bv an ahi.iure will! me. I jCouM make un'-elf ireticrnllv useful m ' M,-, lt family, 'bv te.ieliuio the voiint ,.r m.. ,, hers ui'miiUi rs anil arcestomm , ii. ,.',l,.r t.. il no. I ,.t,.,-.. ; f u-t.; lw people. There nre iiiauv Weallh famines who hnvr lnixes nt ihe opi ta, who, under in v directm: would speedily learu lo Uvik as an-! cratic and important as they try t persiud,. ihcmselves they are. S . . . the ham, you hear the hollow soi" i iiil; flail of the tbroiher; fiom i!.--stieet. near and far. the cheerful jr. 't of bells; and all aiouiid you, wl,- . you L'aiu seme eminence, you be1 . ihc sliintiiir la',(s and uionn' bii-'ht as silver I i the beams ol '. mm. Then aoain, winter is so ; 1 feci I y salubi iou-. Sanctified and c shiuied m itsatmospheie,'the dot the horse, Ihe iat,' tlioiili never so . fund, aie molfensive I'm nioiit:. ' whenas, in the solstice, they w a ) 'directly fill your nostril with "indii.. lion, and demand prompt exeoiues-. I say I like wiulei, and 1 care nol a knows il. lie thai dill'er.s fiom may ( Ins ways.- His taste tnisl me.' (.'. (.Vii.t. Old CoutH. tJhlcu.it. are the indicate hv iv lo. '. ' a man's peculiar turn of mind may in. pointed oul. So tenaciously do l'h. I i this opinion, that, in passing down ,i Icro.vded thorouolifaie, the slr.nid hr insiauce. I would wncr odds, thnt i-. even uiil of ten ca- . s. I would tel: .. , siranyeis i hniaeti r and ralliuu' by '' 1 . i meie. cut ol his every day coal. - i ! can mist, iki.' the sbi.d fnimal r.iv,.. ol the othoidoN- divine, in the con.--puiidin-, wi ohi, iiillm ss, and In a!,. , eondiliuu ol hi lamili.ii, i asy-uatir i llap.s .' ho si ( s iiui ihe liecessilli : the habitual i rccniriciiie of the j . si'-nilic.intly developoj m his t -. -ha-'aid, shapelcs'i old apolien-s li r -i.nt , fuj; ual in tln ir uciiiii. " ( 'hi islah-1, ' uueoiilli in then build ihe New Palabeat I'uniico.' Who misapprehend t!;i- moliolis of Ihe . i. it, as li sill', lluller- I eliealll lie- (.,' krt dial, ' Thus, loo, the sable of the lawyer's w"ikmt; (cat eo ponds most coiivinciiiyly with , , , , . i i i .i ' "'"i '""''"''-' "ie whi.e his t;. '" M''1 tt-'tin t' !''f""". "H '" '''" half pay ollitvrs smtrl but Mime ,jt laded c-xteiior. Niagta Falls. It'ceun 1, indeed, as if tho earl1, t Heath, to its very centre, and ihe! ens above, even to the abyss f t empyrean, were sh.iidn and . Willi "the sound of many wnU 'I here is no ('scapm-i fiom the vo,' 'i t-jaia. i'i where you will; WV ' for mile and mi i s (mm ns ri chant." ful vol lex ; yet your ears in lbs di ep and '.oleum melody ' evi-i y a'e coiU'- that ast and s ' e 'ouccrt of water sound -; thehumm middle :usli, the hi'.-h mea.uic l r and Kii:.'!e, the aw fut uiiderloi.e ' ,1 Thf-y v en to.' all th': air. It i .ik". tl.iib ier; null.!;? ihcmiirt'-i the cumin:; 'de.uoi the troubled . i t ofa voVmo. It p-rvade Hie I an round ; tin; leaves tremble at u.- i n i the bi.d ship k,ns if m fear,aridiiir n;;. ',loi'r Iiiiiii tin. hrooeli I h.-it m-ni b i! , , .t, ".., tliioiiuti rainbow, uu t l,ri'hl - lomK brymid .he scene. TL, caiaraci miers us norrid wlie-. -, t Uri everv brrcve. Ynii linlon - -- -- - - 7 --- " nnirumrs, until the heart is i.r -. . i 1 - cut ' ; ird wiin iiicir Mii.imo j , (io,; . " """ " ,1)r,ist .,, ,, ,,, Nov, ., .... , like ll.e (.rack!.,,-, llames. ,r ,: f " b-avm-s OVor 'noui.ian wtV; tb'-n like doleful l,cs heard V .-.vr- v;'' "'H irttiseaofa funorai il ,.,.! ' " "'" 'uVm- ' inonipbant ub. barpiiir-i In tl.e In 1, Tho f.r-off ib.i.;'i of muliiluJi Ihi-.f nit -,nd fail.' (i T' 1 l.biiusei i, 'i' ' ',"'0 in. ".I'aurii'