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RUTLAND 1 1 ERA LI). YOLl'ME 57. TIirKSD.W EVENING, AUGUST 29, NT.M UK It 3,1 : rvnukHrn r.v.r.v mi.-RMitr ivim.no at Jtl'TLASD. VT. OH PEAMA.V. Witfr A: Publi.her W O. To writ. Printer ifcr.MN h-.k tArt. ftK'.a.Xn.i ?S " m Itu )-nt.l In titttccf , ifillftltlia. M.Mli.ft.fMM pct-omJ) n.rlf tfrSl I rr -unt urft r-r ,rtt tfn. mc-h, "..n,.,. . , i tiii'.ri: if a star in tiik WEST.' , ! I u,c t . .t ,., ti,f ni tint ilull netrreo io' , , , T,l th- .eeord. nf , , , decay i j ,u.l oi....,..U liCU. .ho it,, net out , ,- . j for l.te.ty bur.l ... .1. Mr bniu llir niui oi i.ireiou t rrr or nura ' . .. . . i iw lirman, tna itirni noi mi urraii 7 ' It thrtr ont out of liooJsg thtl l.i.la ..'it tin ' otd, Ai the Itttlilehem itnt nf tl.f Vrt t "War, .r toll.? kn.f--' c fntl.rillrJ, nr j lcr rou j,on0f an,j ; tlis p0S;tJ0 s,0 dir- ' spun hercolf round with a velocity S'.a the rchfl that ,uVr in thi. hnd ; t,at ma,le m(J icl(iy ,Q ()ok flt ,lo; Dut.t.Mnuib..T.. II..I ptnm.iteJ .hr cry . bamLoo jj a tll(. as if No, hi. n,.dn,.. th. k,m1 thr bund fiurport,(, , S0In prctcriiatural a lie ra.wdn.llo. atm,1..-.l?f.rd not hi. f-a ' j.. 1.1 1 1,..,. .... While a Iraf wf tile nl.vf ifiiiniiitd Till joidrd l.v in. ull In. Kjiirit aro.f I l,i Vr a lon;-bait(d !:on i.nclia.r.rd. He atruck n.tl. firm cmira; tin bluw of llif brave, t!ut ijhad o'er the carnaje tnJt apn ad Me ind.gnmilly trn.njiloit tin- yoke of the .live Hill wept fur th' thuiJM'.d. that bled. j TIioiijIi be threw back thetVtltra and bailed , the atnl'e, , Till Man'a ckarter w at fauly realnred Tet liirt)rd for the moment when Kretdum and Life i Hould no .longer beioeaaed bjr Il.e anord j Oh, hit laurcla were pure -, and hit jntriot name In the pag-y of th' future ahall dwell, And be aetn in the antial. the firit in fame, Br tlit aid cf a llofer and Tell ! ami: not my ", iv,r.thc wi.e A thecooJ , Among th Ur.tona have nobly conlened That hit ii the glory tnd oura the bluud Of llit deeply a'.ainrd lda ofthe weat. lXd (.wVi Journal. III.VUO JI OGI.KIIS. One of the men, taking a lare carlhcrn veisscl with a capacious ' month, filled it with water, and turn ed it upside down, when all thc wa tcr flowed out; but the moment ii i vras r.laccd upwards, it became al-' ravs full. 11c then emptied l'. ai low ill ' any one to inspect it who chose; this being done, ho desired one of' tho part" to fill it. His re- riticst was oheved. Still when he rc- ' j .i -.....,. ,l.. .f ,iPP flowed, and upon turning it, to our astoni-hmcnt it was empty. These, and similar deceptions, were several times repeated ; and so skilfully were they managed that although any of u that chose were allowed to upset thc vessel when full, nhich we did inativ times, no water was to bo seen, and vet no appearance of any having escaped. I examined the jar when empty, but detected nothing which nould lead to th: discovery of the mvsterv. I was allowed to retain and fill it inv6elf, still, upon taking it up, all was void within; so shat how the water bad disappeared, and where it had been COUTcyed, were problems that nono of us were able to expound, The vessel employed by thc juggler ,t.;. n,lon was the common ware . .. ! i.i. . ...... l. ol this country very ruumi n.-..v, n,,d in nnlcr to convince us that it . ... -,. .1 VimI not heen csncciallv constructca for the purpose of aiding his clever deccptions,he pciniitted it to be broke in our presence. The fragments were then handed rouud fur the inspection , of his lli"hr.cs3 and the party prcs- u - ent with liim. The next thing dene was still more extraordinary. A large basket was produced into which was put a lean ,.r?.1, !... Afterthc Isrse of about a minute, the basket was removed, and jho appeared with a litter of sev- r-ral Titintics. These were again cov- ered, and upon raising the magic has- kct. a magic goit was presented to ouAiew. This was succeecded by , , - our uew. jms a t ig in thc full vigor 01 cMstencc-, hut which, urtcr being covered or the usual time, appeared with his throat cut. It was, hoevor, thyrtly je.torcd to life under the inutical shale of the wicker coveting. W hat rendered these sudden changes m extraordinary, was, that no one sttd near the basket but the juggler, who raised at.d covered the annuals Willi 11. "IICUW r--' . When Le conclulcd Ins exp ow there was notbing w w " and vbat became of the au:w-is tuai figured in this Mngubr Jcl'"tJ'i " a ouestion that iurzkd all. a ma" now took: a small bag of brass balls vshtch he threw one bv cue into the otn air, to UieiiUUiUr of thirty five, N nt litems". ,l r'Jtr, hail dicharged the last. M a pause fur at least a mm. u!o. Ht e then inn ilc a variety of mo- . Uoni with his hands, ami a, the same , time grunting forth a sort of bar bar ' ou chant. In a few fecmi'li the ' balls were seen to fall, one by one, until the whole of them were I placed in t!ic ha- ; this was rctcated at least half a dozen titni'ii. No f.no ' .all'-1 come near hitn while" 4. tills interesting .iigiOc was iierformed. I he next thine that engaged our attention was a feat of dexterity al- ....-1. wfecl,,cr a-ioni-lting. All el'lcrl;,' woman, the upper 1 art of who-n-bodv na entirely uncovered, presented herself f our notice, and taking a bamboo twenty feet high, placed it upright upon a flat stone, and then, without any support, climbed to the top of it with surprising agility. Hav- ing done this, she stood upon "one le on the iojMl of !)anib'o()i baIa ing it all the while. Round her waist , ,, . ... . .. . i , . a" iron socKet. M.nniti" from 1 . , , . . . j ,'-...v iv...,ui. Ull Vll U.II1IUV.', I she threw herself horizontally forward I with such exact precision, that tins 1 top of the nolo entered tho socket of wards until her heel) touched her --nv j - itw I'n ii -.4 iiv 1 i v li - shoulders, and grasping her ankles in her hands, continued her rotation1; so rapidly that the outline of her body was lost to the eye, and -die looked like a revolving hall. Having per formed other feats equally extraordi nary, she slid down the elastic shaft, and raising it in thc air, balanced it on her hip, and finally projected it to a distance from her without the appli-j cation of her hard;!. j Thc nest pctforrner spread upon ground a cloth about thc size of a i sheet. After a while it seemed grad- , ually raised ; on taking it up, there i ayipeared threu pine apples .-rowing il.nler it. uhtcl. urrp cut rirwl iM-f-fiamt. ed to the apectators. This is consid crod a common juggle, and vet it is perfectly inexplicable. DIMSITCRS) TIIK IMICSU.N r V CAIl. A Western paper furnishes a cala- , logue of ills for this vear that U rpiitu j I startliu;. W u had no idea that so luueh , had happened iu so short a time, at is indicated iu the journal, which i-ny, the present year bids fair to be remember- , . eil lor sometime, as the era ot the mo-t terrible convulsions it. ilu! earth and .itiuo-.i.lii.re. Some .strat."i; jiihI unac- , 'countable agency litis been ul work to eaue flood, tvmpeM and eartlnuake, to on extent beyond that of any l'onm r period in the memory of mc-u now living, -'ur is Tl) dest.uelive ''re.- bare been experienced wheievi-r the hand of man has reated materials I for the divoming elements to consume. ' Almost every new spaper and work, that contain recorls of passing even!.,, has , come freighted w ill. intelligence of -otnu , teriilic storm, .omi: upl.enxjugut the, earth, or some feaiful conflagration. Let i ui look at a brief list of such occurred- J cc within the past .,ix or eight mouths : Thc citv of Hombav, India, was en- I tirely consumed by lire, in which two hundred and fifty lives were lot, and two and a half millions of propel ty de stroyed. The island of Markwa, in the Medi- tcrram:a, nai convulsed bv an earth quake. Many por-ous were killed, vineyard., plantations, villages and towns, were ocrw helmed bv the calas- trophc. , csUv,uS ,n Italy has been t.c.....g ore ...... .,a,. uu. ....... lava has laid waste a vast extent country. -c ivirium viuiiiiuii i , i..,.n. i-,.i,i A terrible eruption has taken place in .p(le j,uttt.r portion of the United smit.., has been wept over, at vatiou times by fc-aiful tornadoes, The touth of Fiance was flooJed by tains and desolated by a bunicane. A lake situated iu one of the moun tains of Switzerland, and which had been the wonder of travellers arid nat uralists for centuries, seemingly exist ing without supplr, and remaining with out an outlet, sunk in a few days, and ieft ;,s bed barten and dry. jore f,rrS hme taken place in the citica of New i oik, Hostcu and Phila delphia, within the lat A. than have been experienced v ion. year in all the dies o four month., iu anv pre- f the I'uiou All 'the western country hai ufl'ered an immense- damage at.d an nppulling los of life and property by lloo-J, nnd ti.rnadoe.. Stream have b'en swollen to an unexampled heigl.i, boUe-have been carried bodily loan incredible dii tnc, field of prain have been tw.'pl down by wind and rains and according to the U-M calculation., from ix 10 ti n inches "f water bus fallen on a level. The island of Geadalope. and other ,.f the Weil Indits, bav: been rotkcsl by t-ar.lm.lt.kcs I ftjn yucUM. in California, w rs fi.rt JfwU!w, l anJ ,ljcr, llAea h). 3Il eartlnjoAe. yt,,,,, j taint Sia'.e, h been W3,,ebv firr. j,Jt vt!, alraot drjwntd ty a rl vJ. ur then iv'lued by an .rM-5 ! The city of Undo... in England, h been v.mi.mI by t.rr, and millions of propel ly del. ..yd. .. . 1 '"" Kai4, ha been half deMro.cd bv fires I e .i . . . . : , ; ."vii. i in - MuiiU that iM lakni ,,Ucr for )., Ka. lMH.lHlr.l ( ....... Nm.h An.cnc;. , Hut ll.c n-cord f.-arfolly Urge and xfiii'ni I m irw.ir iini.riiAi.i n ..nr.i. .... i.itmrv ... mi .nun. lull. , lr:,rlul lo iiro.in.l the globe, the long catalogue i. co...ik'tis ! What fatality ha marked mini for cli-Mru-lit.ii, at.,1 what inll.iei.ee are at hoik lu lul.il its U.:iRn,, h a feaiful ivunui t of i.alntal lerstandiiiRs It i, of ronrjc, the reMilt cans. , wliii-h 0in- iMKI- um) ami wen s pero-pimm. are neither able lo explain orfrtlitmi, and wlnrli .n gttnd Pftniilt'iR-; h; sutii fit to inflict on Mis enmg creatures. Till: UAIL.IIIM I) jcimi.ki: IX iMisrt.x. - --- The city of Ho.-ton(alvaj s prompt to arei'iid and help forwnrd public improve ments,) lius resolved to duvol.i two or three day., in September, to the Rene rrnis and hot.itablu nurno.se of celebra ting tin: completion o t Itu i-cveral ureal line, of Railroad. Not th ward iin.l West- ward, that open lo that Cityjlii: Com ineiee of New Knj;h:ud am! I Ik; Great We.-t. heretofoie monopolicd by New Voik ; and al-o the. establishment of a "plendiil Line of Ocean Steamers be tween I!o!on and Liverpool. The lirM of ih.j Line of Steamers mentioned, the S. S. Lewi, ha, ulicadv been launched, and the other tin ee are in rapid progress of completion. The occasion is one. doubtless, which th; noble and enei sretic Citv of Itoston has large motives for celebrating, und lltyre can be as little doubt that the. nro. po,ed Fcstiviiy'will be of the most mu - uificenlly hosoitable ebatacter. When hos-pitaliily is to be j'u'lu demonstated, nuooiii Mini aim vv.iuoui measure, we are willing to leave tho experiment to the Commercial Emporium of New En gland. In view of the proposed Jubilee, the Mayor of Itoston, thu Hon. John P. IIk.ki.cmv, bus issued the following offi cial Address. It h no less remarkable for its intelligent synopsis of the statis- 1 1 in. ii nlSy or . .. veniorc.i n...t wr ,iat ,, M)(,u f ,t)f. r,itn Hoimo ! ltT"" ''.v '"hSidc at lU .pit. t ,' i " ' lr"' "' fm (. ,,,, n.en ihrnn to ltinlun tliv il.e enormou, of to ,J., nI.d ,10H., ,, ,. nmeunn&tv lnill.,M11 isl.-n..,i,,s ! ,.r lt,, M.o-I.i.,,. X M"' lh." "f I"'". 1 Hot i. w,n-i ,rr- no il.eru Mr. Trt . fifty million, of dollar- o..ld not re , ,,, Canada, fmm the DiMiict of lloUon m"' '";r 'oniill.- pur- mid I..-I. ... tl.c ' ' . ,,t,""k , rn kr. p. r. my idn plan, the amount of pmperty d.-Mroye.l. ' and Charl-Mnn. for the .ix i,mlh. end. ' ,loWfr' 'he twioe.l in l,,r .O.ini..;: It 'j.' f "'j'1 ' "''T i '? ' 111,1 1 '''' J-flwl h.HiH.I williout laLing int.. ae.-o.it.i the Jont; , inp .W 3ft. 1851. wn more lt.... ...ml-' . .....ilol ,..,ry tl.,;v tell i tl.e .'."u T.- ""w .''"" i"!."1 'V of myoir lr tn;c it tvr I.-..' i 'i" . "8Uti-,.,f "na". . M,,,ri,r," . mpl.' that of the six month, next pre. 1 Sco,,i''' "). "" ' lori.I...t (" ,'. I '''r;' ; -T .R : Ol. ...Mainly. M, , ttl; tt i.. Jeath. !.,. we aild the r.iv,.. of . ' , (,,''' Ih.'y call In....) who, wlona r " I, , " , , , . ... " her, I will send n winter into ihtj , ... the -p,.!..,,.,.. tl.a, h asn.,, irv..in. M..rt-l.Rn.li,e can he landed at O ' f'''' '",'" !h.,u,he N.i . ' ' J. ! , ' 1 U'n ',,r it or id.-r it ... I,,r j.i -...I.... t. I .1 . . ' - ' ' ' . . . . .-..If , , I 'H .... I ..... .1 .num.-, uin nriain m uriiin. ,l,.inl,- I .....:...... i . n. lit inrr .. I In .. 1. U , ,.r.L- o .i "" "'"'", iu. M. , ,,,, J ,.,,....,.. .., tteal arguments in favor or the celebra- I l,,u "eauing inemners ot tile Uanudian tion propositi, than il.e good home-feel- j Parliament, the Corporation of Moot ing of generous hospitality it evinces. ' rL-i,'i 'he lea-ling ineicliants in ull the We copy it with much pleasure -.Free ', Canadian cities und Ogden-biirg. the I'rcts. ' President of the United States and hi.s K AII.KO vr CKl.KIMv VMOX. Cabinet, Governors of New Eng. To nir. (Yiit-.kns or IIomo.v: ' ,,,u -Mayors of il.e. ciiie, of New The City Government of Itoston pro- l-''and, and other, interested iu the pose lo celebrate, in an appropriate , ril'J"':ys "! Steam Navigation, manner, the final completion of (he co. 'bally mv nc ilt. co-operation great lines of lailuav, uniting the tide- ou,r fel ?v ei'iens of HoMoti. in or waters of llo-loi. with the Cauadas ami ,.k'r "l!,t hii 'elebtaiion may be made .1 . . ... .. ..I ... . ...II! I. ..t t:.." ,.e .... twten Ho-lou and Liverpool. Thi iin poi lance of thc-e events to the great Eovnti .inn vi.inn.i.' v nil iiiiv-i i;si o. nu i tin- can haidlv be exag,erated. We ' a.e now about to realue. i.i, believed, Hm full benefit of ...ose'g,,!.! en.erpri,-' es, in the ( perfecting of which , have tocial und commercial inteiest of our exj.ended so much cap'uil. There are inal which docs not swim naturally i , .i i ..-...-,. y nuiY co...i.eieu aim in operation. d in operation, in ! about 1200 mile. New hnglai.d nbout .Massachusetts alone ol i;iihvay ; ami in . ivw nines. .iia..sacuueii.s iiione nas i 1 1 A.'. ! I ft f I . , , , ,, i i expended, in thu con.ple.i.n of ihese ' , . r road... the enormous amount of 3 LOU',. ! t,c be,,,,, a,,?e, when i .s m OOU; and it appears from the icpo.ls of :i" "" P'."". before his body dis ihe several railroad corporations iu this ,li wight in water, and th-JS Stale, made to the la.-t Legislature, that " a" C'phbriunt. With the nose ll. ere were transported over tl.e Massa- under one must breathe water and ehtiH'tts. roads nlutie during the year drown, lint ivhen the brain comes 18.jl), y.oclO.UW passenger and 2,6(jn, to he exercised enough to throw the uuu ton ot Height. i his siiittuu-i.t ..... r- 1 v ..... great lakes and tl... far West, uniting u bv railroad and Mean, navigation with Id biuic, of the Unto,., compr.s- ing an area ot f6 ,Vo square .... es ; tl"'"."n'!b,,,llt ,a,Ve': "!Vr' ..000 mile, of coast , amllbur.g.r.g will., "i 0,,,vr","""rc)-ai V?." n l'0',l1,a!'u.",, of IO.OOO.Imki of inhabitant. And if ft,. b.L Tor n t r, r. rrt .. t ..I ll,. I... ....... nf h; lake, and he Canada.-, and observe its rapid yearly increase we shall be. . more asioni.bed. It i, e,iimated that the imtiorts and cxporM of the Lake Harbor., exclusive of .he Canada, d... ' ring tin- present year will be SOO.OuO, , 0 .0. The annual ii.cn asc of this bus. ine-s is found to be 17 1-2 ptr ceni., ! tbu, doubling iiwlf in les than six vear. ! In additijn lo ihi, the im-ion. and ex-1 porat of tin. Canada will amount during , tht presetityeartoi.W.OO,. At.-l now, what ure ihe v milage that IV j, ion jKj.tse.., for doing thi im men.c bu.tiit-s ? Tbe.e are o mam- f.M.1 tl.fit ll.ir iini..rl-.i,r. u.ll 1. .....I ily appreciattd. Her ha.b,r is one of the riut-rt in the world. The v.bsrvc ! anJ .toragc hrcornrmdatio.n nre ..qual, ' if riot mpenor. to those of .jy other city, and capible of indefinite tititiu.it Her local jK,uioti i unrivai!e-l, and the etitrrpnrc ai d integrity of her wtr. chati re v.tlt knear. 'Die line tl 01 however, but itntieriecl v iircscnt lln- ... d. 1 I i. '. . liai.ee cov . I , .1 al I in er lib n,n ..v, li,. il.. ... , .I.i ., ., j. , ' ' . . . m ivijr ttiiiiu, ui.u i.ecp me various pain, muiling to the mountain, I , ,. , - v....v. Ri,,,v. I advantages w Inch weiire to dei.ve from ialldj and fect under water, then bv the forest and the loch; and soot, tor. I.. . T w"T't i'.". , . I'"' "u"cd lo I... general ot.tlinT. On t l"-'u ;NOrk,-1 1 ,,e rw. "a's.,,f , Ma"M- the eternal lavu of hydrostatics, th'e i,h a.r.e. upon .1.- heights and glim-' , ttll'V"' 1 r"",1 lc 1 ""J " '"'PPed ; ctcing into cm. ..mm.., .,d - p....,ui i cI.UsetlsarebutaMnall ht.kinlhegreat C0((tilll)(J water and ""-ri-U among .he ireei. und Hashed , " ""V. T "' ' ', W "'"!" ". .ji.al.n.-.,....,,, uf ,.,y line which connects us will, remoter sec- "0 n, U V bri,htlv ov er.be vva.er. Up..ddon. J ' ' - '" 1 "l" P""'" "-w nppl.n ..qu.rcd b..l l.tt.e tun.. no... ol on. country. . b ottle hich is " alauced to keS. ' ,u? woo.l nJ. "! "l ""',,'"-V x .U "V 1 ' "J !" "' ' '"'" " I ho several line cruinpi-line n will, o"iuc wuicu is .") lt.lUUl.en ,13 10 KC01) , f. ...n . wallet wa. al.-. and hi: lust innu I f. Ii ,11. . .,,. ,..,, .....1 .... ...... .,:.... ... : cemlcr in her and radic.Mr frm her. , , ;,,,, ained, from ll...- ncltml renin , ( ,(,;, V(nr.(( I,,..;,,-., .,. fvr. 1 nl.!.- riicumMat.e.-s. nil kind, ..f ..m,!.. tiro l ion ran n liroiijfht frttn tln wfl. .1 .. . . H.rongn iiirc. new linn ot (ommtinira- !,, m ..,oll. mor,. M,ct.Jiy .,(1 . 1 , t, ,,,. , AtUl)ti pn,. I ... rnnnlinn I m,v l. II . . .... T lt llin firu tit ll...f I. ... It : . 'u":,,l ro- ' Iter,. ,,v ,,r.n-1 .,. tl r "it tuuiuui ll illl'Mlipulflll, nntl iroin . mir .Mf am-liii... in mticli v liim, il.:, j it In-done l.y anv other ronic. It! ii .-an lie none Iiy any otlirr ronlc. It, I (-eem to u, that lln.'ten has every falie. ; ity for becomini: a rent i-xportit.R c'.'v. I j Cargoes from Lixeiiiool in StcanihtiiV, . Ni;i Ro-tnii. ...ai- bn d.-li, ..r..,l M ,.. real in 12 day.i. This fact.' taken into consideration with the fact that the St. Lawrence i4 clo-ed by ice during tin; months of tin: year, and that the communication with ltositm i, uuiutcrri.pled during the whole season must make Huston, in it seems lo u-, the port of entry for the Cumulus, thui opening to a business, the extent of which wo have not heyen lo realir The elliribilit v of our locn- ''on !li a shipping poit ior the Caua.las, "d an export cily for the West, will be seen by the followins Mal merit nf di-. lances, as coiniian-il with New YmL : I'd Hoton, fpiin Liverpool, via Halifax 'J87ii tnilet. To N.-w York .'1(19;) miles. To ISostnu from Lt erpool, direct '-'.So.; miles. To New Yoik .'5 103 .nib's. To 1 lioston from Halifax ;168 miles. To New York ofiO miles, Montreal 'Mi miles. To Hoston from To New Yo.k :i'J-J 'miles. ThediManr, from I, I to Montreal via UoMon i, .T.'OO i-s. while by New York it is 3471 I hc difference between Liverpool pool I miles, I milc. ! Th 1 al,d Montreal, in favor of IJoMon over I lork, is 271 miles. ! v'uw c.f the above facts, and in conformity with the expressed wishe-. of many of the citizens of Uoston, the city government propose to celebrate the completion of these lines of rail ways, by a festival in Faneuil Hall .and other appropriate ceremonies. h is proprosed lo invite to be present with u, on that occasion, the Governor-Oen- l'ra' f Canada, his Aids and Cabinet ; in some in-grei; eoinmcnsurale will, the great iinnorlance of the eve.ils to be celebrated. SWl.MMI.VG ..... . . . ' E""r Wright gives thc rationale of swimming as follow,-; " No branch of education has hc-en 80 much nt-g- lected as this. Man u the only ani- j lie sinks iu deep walcr fiom the sie I wf hU iJraill wj,P1 ,,ro.,cl.h. cxcrcis-ed. m-i,.,, :. ,i ',. ... "'V '"v "v'iu wi 1.13 mi .mi i ,.i t , . .i.. ., . . i-. bead back and the nose up, pointed its mouth .miiermnM.- Vn tnimnti 1,... 1 ing can sink in stiU water of anv depth lying on his back with hands I and feet under water. ' - , CwIhc Yankee Wade publishes the iollowmg ! A ,l,s"f0 VofTll. A newsboy 1 rushed into a ictail store in ( 'b-.ibmr. i ... . d , rf ; 1 .' . . ., , . , 'Say. er, da you re tail th.rts ,.' 'les, myvjm; we nave them to Cf you at five shillings apiece, very nice ones.' Oh, blazes ! I don't want a wh'.e o-.e. hut I seed on your sign, 'shirts, re.t.-iil and vvholoale,' and 1 thought vou mi-.'-t rc tail iLitw, for it wanta it j. ()(J., of , . wouldn.t a let go if I'd a killed him.' I 'iVhy don't your mother mend your clothes IwvV 'Ve.l, tbar! do you thinlt I got a UiOther ) 'I ain't got a mother, tnr never had a I noes wi ' 'i'vu had beat go to the man over ( the way, we cant re tail ventr od jne.' 1 - " - It t Utter to go to heaven in ragi, H - iiimi lit .nil nil im,:ii ii . . ' - - "'"--',......., . " " . .-.' 'v , .... - v . . i ,., mi- nil. Till'. I.OM I.IMIIKIX. lit AUn sri.Ni: m:ii..s. n thf-re ever 11 neHrr crrnlnrn fi'un-n-ii:iiifl rinra , C.n.1.l.. will. I,,-, f.tirv f.t.i,.,,. n,.,l rosy ch-ok.. ami xiolct ..e II.... ! I'.dy looUd. B. he l.o,.t.,l,-l , tli.in ilcyr liiili. lentil i twtiM ii itil l't.t-,i -Mill th? tiiliuilr fitttut tttia.n ..'.,..,. ... r.. ' - ... -i mm i nn uihru 1 1 1 f ' 111 1 1 ii i In, fn r II.-iim. ,.,,,.1,1 ..... ! di.pon.t I In- idiot' tniM. -"'fl I'l'.ra Campbell! i.nni;!.! ". r iora cninpuvii : sf,r mil.t ni,V1' h'ou her mantle oer ll.e un. '"H,n ;,,u' """Iked the gliltrriiiR l,;l"1 wil1' ,H'r delicate feel, till !.. 1 reached tin: bi.-'ht H.-avcn above f.,. I heart wa-, all I-'aitl J Mope and 1 ''atily. She piattled with the (loner, ""d lh Mri'iuiih-u and th bird, ; and l.cr clear, Mii)in voico wa beard at da)b.eak amid Il.e heather, wb.n the Khcpbenl- ltd foilb ibeir liueks. Ob. Mll.i.y and joWul and happy as the day i- lon', vva.s .lour litilu Klo.'a Campbcri. yll loved lliu fientlu i;liild ; and w by .should they not t Did nut her lei.d.'r hands brin I'il-I. lluiier lo thu fick wife of Kobert, Ibo plowman ? And did not her low voice tremble Kofi'y in l""ycr. at ttib l.ed.de of old l-.lspir, tin ' beirar-woman ? Oh. w bo would not love il.e iine.lienrtcil little- maiden '! Hut where is Flora? Twilight is falling oer the mountains, and sl.ultiii in the vales, like a "iav oiiitaiu. One i ''-v om' t,,(' '"'n1'1 Mrs Mc.. up inlo ilm ' 'ummer sky, and twinkle umid il.e ! "-"y ye g in ii, i.iK.i: mum . e . ,. ,. IoiiiIs. 1 he tinkling -'"' ' m" 10 "'ir fold, f.om the n.o, iu P''ures, and the lowing of iIm; kmc- in !!lT37w P,,UIII,C !al'0,;V,f "".'" . . r y;r. l.t vvLv-re i.-. .hk-i, lu.ired Floia Curupbell? vm: Has iiij. ust-u to linger so ong f.otn her LMandlathe, ',- , ? " ; - " n i " now tho evvning meal was ipread, and thu cottage Limps ligl.ied. The aged man clasped his hand, together und murmured a abort prayer, while his daughter, the mother of Flora, looked anxiously out of the window, yearning for her child'!, return. Hut I-'lora came not. The .h,,,!,,,.- , r..,.,..- 1 ...,.. .,M,i ii .. 1 mm ,, arounu the valley. 1 he o d t.ea:iii s , - J , i.i ... , , , , i vuii. iu.:-,iihii s, ano .ne v i j L' i . , .. , J . men ami ruat.lens gathered upon the v., age green, some to walk, and some to talk of love under the broad cites Iree some to piny tho pipe, or dance to its merry music, and some to Iin.l the (pmit, or wrestle in lite ring. Hut all wa, liii-lnd when Gafi'er f 'amj.bell tame hur.lcdly fmm his cot luge, inquiring of the villager, if they bad ."I'M hi. grand-child. Yes, indeed, had they. One had bubeld lu-r far up 111 "be mountain,., plucking wild llowet , and weaving ,1,,,,, in.o a gatland of , healher; ano.l.er had met her it. the i pail, of the. Mo.ss Glen. Mtii,,.. by the! : . i i -u , , " .planrng a w, low ba-ket .".ds.ie ; and a ih.id had re. ,1 ;.r::fl;;;,i;:.r1'i':;!;:c,;,1l; (Iow.,,rs ,,. l,.",,lll(1 1)f ,,K.k ' vvuwi.ln n.,,1 l,i, ;,.., .. m.. . i ... 'Ah, we must seek Floia.' cti-.l the youths, i.nmc.iiai.'ly. " The dear child ; no l.ai.n can sur.-ly come lo he," ., , t ,.... . -i on in-, u.niei , m.i.poc.i, stun u Illft itriu.ri irni.a I I . u .. .. 1.. hile-haii.-d old sb.-pbei.l, shaking I.i, , "T " ' ' " ad, "1 feur-d something; for the A"Xm f'"'' rclurniug lo -he l.ou-e jungest lambkin of mv flock as Ion , """ . Ut" U, ' u'-' -.lav. nnd it i, a bad sign, tbey ! "e , i Mbr . ""'' ' " ' mer, 'M"l.i.vi.,ra..itliaiwVp..Humi.kii.:1" l',;, M'l".""d ihe lo, of hi. I... i,.r.. " ...l.t r:...r... .......... .u a...'. .J......I Vv.lllll'UVll 70IVII1II v ' ' A.nr..:" mu. mured the white-haired ocas;,,,!. 1 Um villagers now di-persed in the '"'' Jouiig men, calling upon 1" ' ,W" ' ""l GatVerVi.u.pbell l.-nned u. on bis statf and s,.ol.e no word. He .mild not weep 1 fof JU Hut the moih.-r of Flora wa, loud in h.-r rief, M.e went and Ix-at her brcu.t,a.,d called ..loud the name of her child. 'fbe it', il tiri.titr tii.u- fini.r.:i..ii-il TI .. II " - l.ad beard, al the ma'.si , of Flora's di. appearance ; for ever houe had been searched wi.hiii .he li-rari and In: came ! now In comfort the la-ieaved one, ' Fear not, daughter." raid he, " 1 lull. will return."' j "Ah. l.e i lost ihe ii Iot lo rrit ," e.ied Il.e mirth, r. " He who leiuperelh the wind lo the alio... ln.nb will protect our ,,.-. il.ml, ' au.neiid the old pastor, ' Fear not "' AnJ a tl.e : crend m;.fi H(ke, the loud barking of a dog vtn, beard fiom the depth, of Mo Glen, and light q pearcd pairg quickly adoMi the val lev Trml in Ileavnu'." said the mini.- fer Let us aeck, at.d we thai! find the. emm. With tumbling, yet bur. ied trp, the panor and Gller Ciapbell UjA their "ay lo the deep glen. Hut the mother of Flora iiautd tlieui, and ran wildly down the nsrrjw path. louder and 'llrnSl K'"0,U U1' 'hC ,,a , IiiihkI. iI, Th. ,,..,! i.i , . , , ., riMPl.wiU f it i.lr. V It..' 01 W.-CI , , , , r ,, , fj '" '-lZ'-" "!'"' lrf"'- ' " "7". ''J '""'S ''-'v.o '. ,,,r' ' 'l' ""' l","n.'1- , U',U" Kiuni, nnn i.i.iiii Hint I, ' . . it rainr, low iiiid iliM-p, M-inin!v fr-i ' a do,, tan,-d i.,n,rr , i : i ir. i . . ' ' . :t :!"ut rMiM - wen. brought ..ml beld by Mionj men, wl.ile tl.e yoi.tli prepi.ri-il In dest'end. "Ti.ki.. heed, Chrislii.," M41.1 Im w hilediaited old idiepliriil. n.-mriuLi-r thu omen, my Ud the joiit.eit l.imb kin of n.y ll.iilt whs hut to day, mid I I ear unite e .1 i . . . .. . , h.ar noil,,.,-fr me. f.lhcr. cud Ire vouui; tie,-iant, ,s iivii... biinulf r.' .... -""-. o.ii.Mi. it.lo tin datW ..11 f.iim t be ed'o-o the r,..L . ..ill..... ;. .. i ... .-.i rock ; while n-' ilii t u loud balk ol the ,1,.., i ., , tlo' Miun.leil trout Il.e el.a-m. ti..,.-,. .1,,.... ..... .. i . Uown down, the oulh wa loweied. stM, ,i... .. .i t i ;.'i . .i . stalling tlio ui hi lni.ls tnun llm r nesl. ,:. , . , . .. . . uuilci-the elill.. and briisliiii" tin- tm - c, ... .i :. c. . t inp i v tin ii t he si,is of t be rock. At I, , i ' i . ,i , .. . I .'l he leached tin; bi l ..in, and i he no - hie do-.. Lua.b. s)r,11;; hi,,,, u.llfc. in- loud and j, f!,lh," ' Tl.e lareof tl,; lord, which the ynunu- ,"., Id, Hashed .-.rouml. im.l lit I" , "i-i i- i up every object. 1 hele, upon a t'.lck In-. I of wild bealher, lay vveet Flora Camphtll, lioldtn in lu-r w bile :n iih, and . l.wpcd to her bos .io, a voung lamb. j, Sm, 1 , T-j . 1 . t .1 . t Va'a 1 v f luislii! stooped ami i.ized at bei. and he knew slm ..... i, . it i . i- i wa, h-e nug. I Ic glance.) at the l b: ' I,.,.,! ,. ;?.,.,.., V. r . . I h.. U , il ,. u fl the bihiv " I h u , o l.,,kV-.i .V"..l ..!,?.. ' I ! " ,,OU ' j .,,,, SJl(. s p.fo ... 1 ' Tin: follow ity article r-.spcct.ng tlci "Tl.rM.n.,.wMcrl,W.-lWIV.lil t-ariy lite of one of . hete.ua. kuLlum,.. . ,;l(jlVi ,,,. h n.0,.,; ,,,,., J,,,,,.,, ...I our d..y. will be road with init-.ci. 1 from her slumber. She glanced mound I ;,,,., ,.., , . " , . , : a hew tlde.cd ga.o, ut.d lecnijn.ed the vouth. " Ocar Chri-tic," she said, iu her weet simplicity, ' 1 am n glad you ha Now we will save vuur futln-r's Iamb." Christie and the villager soon learn ed nil. How Mora had beheld thu young lambkin, where it bad fclhtii, ai r . i . . i . ... . . , ,. . ",L : """ i 'ou - aeer s .uouin, nun saw that mill ol Us dcltca e binb. was 1 i . i. ., , , , , , , , , hrnken how she had descended f.oin ... I.. ... i t i i - i i- leiigc to led-'.! of the r.lin-ui side. ebi.!r , , . . . .lilll:!l, ,ml (f'. j ,'r . ,,ow d , , " , . . millli.,-. i t .si. , ... un,.i unit, .sun .V. Ii-illliri lllj-j lions i.ml held this mule sufferer in her, turns; and bow, nt h.t, weary with her exei I. nn, si,.' had lalleu ash ep upon ihi I'm bed of lu-alhcr, mid slumbered on Ull Clu istii;'. shout awoke Iit. "'Try mi: , iii.ij;,-!. riv, u m ,. a.soied of Flma's -afelv ; nod the whitc-l.aiied peavani. Chnsi.e s fatl.ei, i... r,.i . ...i i... . in T U ,. L , . V ' ' !' " "' 1 ' w s!": "i'1' A'"' 'S''t '' on. be " '''" "", wun mr ,,,,,u:i ... .-i i in- ,,i ,ir-, n n it, i , f,,.u C-Uh: And whenever .he 1 .,, ,,, v ,,, XVI(1,( imk. "d ' V " M U- W cUild r I A Vi.Mii:i;'s I'licilCT fl(M-i:t ! , , " ! . A. J"ru,,8 ;'a, lately, for ihe pu I. .in vi-iling H'i.lOU puipo! ol seen i i it- i -i . 7 Il.e money, nun me r,..i,ry nu gave i, li.m -. 1 I." . .. ,, , , , v -"-'i relntioi.s, we..; calculated 'V!? i,e l"s !"h l'j' ,,A "'" hom be was talking, lie .fii ri.ll llw. I, I. l.t. a ........ t.l ' ' ' " " co.ni.e. ior ii. irt.r.-n I ih.ie. " How much money did you Io, V Jisk.-d one in ll.u loom. I icel.on llitre wai a putty grl roll for ,-t p,,r fellow like tne lheri! j. let. dollar, -ail 1 h ..I, . i-pijn .iiiy n nt.. and I had lew wmk plaguey h.i.d I'm I. lew up in my neck in wai. r uior,.. half ihe tune Hot ibi; ha. .glial, on out i-. 1 hain't grt notbin' to pay mi bill I.i n or lo ge. home with. Nu, uni'i I in a fu i Got iiolhit. in hum. Whirl. I get ihue got to wmk t-ml uin. ll..; inomy agin, fjr J'v got il.e iluiude.t mean el of rilalloni of any voting b lluw you en r t ed ; wai. there i.n't 1 omt of Vm ll.ul' got the first .i d tent, und dad he getlin old now, und u.ed to drink o like all gii n-ut, ibal he l.amt ' ; oi i.otl.i... ThvM wu.one of my aum.. ' v. bo did bare Intl.. .ome.l,,,., and the- looli'li culler it. a...,. I n e-rtiry ma... arj I show be put ibtuogli all il.e Hume. he I. .id in bo.t imiler, ami left he. .ri.l.oul r. i i itt or au exp. civ'i m." A laugh b m rolled in from ws of il.fl I.Mi-i.i.r., when tb- eo-jm; man re plied i;b. ye iietHJu t laff, for t true eve ry word on'.. And now, Mr, Talent- t-ctper. can 1 auy I., re iw night ct nr l .' Nn know but 1 can borrow won. I -y e, tough of a man who', i . h, v, t'w pa up, ar ! .u i k..ov a he go. '"" Pty '".-V. f..r Mf. X-, '" imiii. liv I lir-i mini! IITM i,,Ml1(.(lllM ,.. f ,UI lrtrt,M, ittlM! li-V- , mi- ,i i imii ncnir i".ii i. in i .1 . ' . i. . i , ( fin . u-1 tUu, uui nnrf n-.l In. Jt.n lt. r U ... ihurl, .ll.l y,- - .l.n.t tl.iuk knon Lin. ,1ml I ll, hm.llot.l. ltni .I. ,, nli.'i ii . l i.i ... .. ... ..... ...... ..... , ,, . a 11. .Ml. I I., lit lic.it her lo n Ininblrr of Ivmonmlu or .' ...I mi ii iiiniiiirr i. iviiioi uuu or 'M..uii.i..nf li.1ki.,.i.h..t,i.u.eom;,umi. cd pickpock.-t, or wlml ye ittnv call ;i.i lia to'l the March out of my jjincrvil. ty." Thi. Mppf;il ai o tnuchiu that- u cla-s of Iru.duade " prepared for llin i.ijuic.I one', ijul, mill aimtl.er for him- ?ell, wild no kin;: e.cr tcntie.l upiji ....;,, , , , ... , ", , , irci(.,j ,i vnth n ttl.vs in each I.hii.I , . . iu. . . . .. ""bug even to place thru upon ,. .. , , f. i- .. i i " waiter. A flei tpn.fim-' l ie who eumo .... ... . , r. , , oe.ct.ic. le.tl. rri'.cd to their npnrt- ,. . , .. . , ' , , ui.-iii. ii.ul in t.io mormi.2 the pwir f - (, , ,. . . " , ' ,. l'v borrowed money enough to liny H. , ,in t, ,e , ...,.. " , t'clore itlt'ui liowmcr he Uei- . t . e " g''d for n dediir ton of I. . b . 1 , v. .... i .. . , ! ;N; " k; ' ,,,l,,ri !,ml 1 ''"- 7 1 .' ' " . u.r,,c1 lUu A' fS. ! ? 'f " k T 'T'"" " ('rK,:h nun in. .. i in- inline y . pnv reou . ml. , , .... ... ,..', ' now cm. i ' es ' wuj the icnlv. i ' Then, ' aid I he raw one as ho ship ped down tho rhino, darn ll.ul thief, I wish 1 hal seen bin. tuko tin; inonoj if 1 lu.d, 1 svruw I'd Ml tick bim in mmuil !' - t. . ,n i . . . . 11 sc,!" u,ul ,,1: "riieris u "com- iieti-nt witue ' . '' e have known tint gentlemen letcrred to, almosl from lU slmk, n r ""'' eurreipomleiii, and have m.ttked his gradual, legulur ami sure uilvancc, up lo l.U preatnt ele vated position, iu which hi powerful intelligence, with acting ihrutigh a gicui journal, Mumped his own i-lmnii.'ter, cx etcl.es k, huge un intluetic-J upon .ub 1 u ilimcut, ami upon public iilfair. Wbaluvcr may be hi, idio.ynerusie, no one has ever p.itis.jd lwyoiid ll.eir du. eil his l.urueH mid Mudi.fts, noruny ot iho.e personal ipmliiie. of Ui.. whiel. make him so exoel!..t u friend -ml useful a citizen. ui. lii.i i.i.i.j. cr. Kotm-liuie in the ir.;nlb of Aly, Ir)56. while I i..ii,e..i iu-,1 b, ,.,,1.111.',.,.. .1... .W.rthan S,.tr!utt,r." . we.Llv- ..i.. p.p-r, in Ihe vill.tyrof L.iM l'oultnev. . i , : - - j i . vi-itniit.t, I was one iii'.riiuw i.,.i,r.etl j,, ,uy j,.,....-,,. when th. r,; came to nn, !t Mriplii.-of al-.ut 1 1 ' ears of g., ml '"' " " ' wl'" crr,tJ l'dtng..,,!!,-,. 7 I nn.weiH that Kni. U,: u,feet, , if , W1,( j , a buy a, at. .u.nr,uti,-, ? I rhl i ..i. ,. ., i., ... ... ., ... .... ., I , . 1 , , , ,, , , ', 1 ' " . ' 1 1 ' Xc , l' 'm , ,, be Ll 'mm! Z. of' I'nnug .t immg bu-u.-si. Ho had com ot.i iir.i oriiij lull toil.- ot. Itiii ilui trioruiiig fiom an humble home iu lln- v tciniiv of Wett. llHVl ll. Ill II. .il.e ibis lilitllil'llliilll. t I, ..I not, at lir-l nai'J nine h alleulioi. I i I.I. ii - - -!'' now turning to tho j uwvA MMng-r. 1 -aw Munduig befuie .n- u "!". 'll-'"'''' 'I.etvJ it. tl.e plain f..,,..e,,s clu-.l, of the dy. ,.d will, jh,jt not ... ..ccor.h.u.-e mtb the fa,. intou. lastu of J.-.iu N.nb or trommel III ban, ol a light hue, shading upon oiun-e, lay ihioly up-m 1. broad lot cie ml, and oi .r a hi.ad ri;d.ing t t t .1 a " ...oumer, app.iremiy ion Menocr n. ,up. teltneuce fur b. v .nd hi. v.-i.. It.. had had hut liliie eppoiuwiiy at tins common cl.ol, but he .aid hi ,,.4,1 ,,tiic." and w hat hu had mad h , II ur.ditiMoi.d and reincmherMl. Jn ;i,,lni..n lo th..- iipi. intuliij-r.en mum!- "led u. in.- g and wt.o.o uiM.uciion had b, en so l.mliid. ij.ci wa. ft airigle-milnltilin-, a liu.l.lbluut and evmruon n-u,e iu wl.at be .aid, lb.it ai oner cotiiui.iudcd my teg.ii.l. Anvr conv, img will, bun .iivhiln. I lol l him to go i., ihe i.!'.ci; and talk w nb lit fori;, u,.,n. I b. did ,o and ..n.iui-i.irucl ts.t), a line fiom lln-fo?.-m..ii, ji ing llul I o ibongbt iu- bad belter try l'h l.wl. Ho enter, d llm olliiv, afd i nu Ion-id hiuif.-lf at an rtppriuii'.' fur four v e ir. 0. lift riu (I,r. Jln,.r ,).,,. ,r,, ;, .cn.Uo -mog ll... oblc, a,,, .rt.l(r-, ,,,,,1 ...u,,,,-, IUv. J'b,',' tliixign. Iln'v liail Caught k green oti.t, and iculied i,u u treat of bin. H.u ibr i.vw .'OI1..I paid 00 atlenl.on to what r,;. pj-fing He t.i In. Jpy und v injie,i..g-tick frwia !,e f'remau und loal op 10 det of ami, ' anient ol. tboi.Kht. ar. 1 at! thr wo.l l a bl ir. Ii had not uA iln-ru nwny da b frf. b uiTxt t-.mpuii.on. ap"pe.i ,ni':wbat lo lUwJii, ami tit, .nor.! u.ot ones began lo aii.tf lit. le iJ llm jvitnj it,-i Hot ihoy eojld Hot t-i.iircly fore i. 1 w i e late kl'tirtl r' trtpt - ' ;in i .ml r r i I r - !! tti rt tr Aw fi run . II . .r ,,re II I . ... .i, i . , i) . .' .... I , ... lull ,l n.