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JUTLAND. V Hll MONT, FRIDAY MOUSING, .lANTAHY G, 1S51. WHOM? NO; 30(55. TUB Hirn.A.M) II IMA 1,1), rrriioMi r.rr rnintv .imw, BY C. H. HAYDEN. ItHce, fceftd We rl.. 4 M ttlUWaMite rriiMsiFrrii vi n, Half ay termed ay CirnM . $ 1 IIVm weal hi aene jdafl J'Mww it U tori awed t tllMM tl Te aidti... tt.tt T.a ti. " " ftO t Meet tad I' .afp. 01 b I mmmf, m rttata M te, U a I '. pat-ee mi eda-aa . ftfttd anH tW rn ft, afire. t ' reftea 4 riat a ja fW,'f wM tty tfce Ule ! ItA I l,S OK AOVKIt I'lHlNf i. Oft taMjrtM. l,Mk tWt.f-tl HmIMi 14. tr Tear A4ame i-t4 it hWral raw. y ri a wtM4 mttwwHi, pi) t IU W reajawad tee'f ft-- a eeetieaaearf adir JMa Hi lr.y 1 dl MHMfif ftftd fltkWea lmae Hh Utewetoe, wMI mt ta tare Marat, THE I1EUALD JOB PIUXTIXfJ OFFICB 1ft rairaiielaetl tafllilhe inntt piru1 niiMMlt ad M 1W tri. 4 r , and by U eAdt t lu44M fltHf Mrinr,t praeft4 bteie fHe ft! U eft i Mfrf WW ", Jte at ftllaiad, fna lit lrt MtMMWtii aheet 4iio. Ml fttadi ed fur I '.. til ftiada ayaed fey UilMif i;tMWtctt tUaievda awda ("alt! MeJnlelea, iAH fti4ed ay rne-alrftHJaiapttftiea, A4 ftt4a ww4 H Iifpu, All k4 hI Vr rtuliri la!rrt All IhmIi A bi MMhtftlrr(ll1tl4M( AU ktt4 4 lr IiicitimHHut, All Vm4i tt4 by rti. ithtittlv, AUVi4lM4y feirUI MU(t All it 4 t Mfrfrtu, AU ur4 b MnHtftuitr, AIIIU4i4M)by C.ihk., All fcin4a Ml by liivrar Offic, All ) i:tr lra. All i(4i uir4li 'rfiakl Mo, AN bi4 QM-I bf Murirr llrir, AH UimI tf inllft l t,iw, n4 ll bmda of FUm ai4 t'lb') I'rinli&t (or 4lffftrt Trilt at4 rnfriuoi 4nrmllr c'ahii ami iiii,i,i:r IMU.NTI.NO. rSIM'IMJ IN t1)l)KH. CUTS FUltXiSim TO QUDUH. ' MuhlHf tb mt tn4 jvt nuiltljJy (! rult I ( lt rUMil4 Miiim l bur-rbM thai liai iak4tl frtUB.e of Umi wf ru llial liaiarfUi lair4 with t"tbibf bt lUnt indhiJuaJ rntcrftlM tdtin4 Tbt MPt ir the api oiiirrlj !- tiJa that Man to laaiir urrcwa ! biioa atHMild u Hii4ihaaitiuWivrii4a W mrrllit. Cuiifitra btr anmtla wian'4 lwp If h vita donn quietly k4ailW Uimh( ittJtit UtUnf hi Ihi Imi kama, llr miftil u ttl l)ltt ft caudU hiul yUt it usdif bitalMl, Fancy Printing ilnur In tvtry vrll tif color Book and Pamphlet Printing lh frittli Mini ( law rmtf It i uUm la Mtiwtf tt ftrtiirr. All Mmkwillt d tMTMtlf, l(diftul)) and rliaji1j', nt ft fair AarifMieAininair it rfjwKtfK'ly mhrlit-d im lba (P)4(l. tl wJr addirttl ti the riiirittur ( tb Haiat4 U1 lr)t WuojI'I attrutfui. if c ii. nwiia MOKTIMOUKS RHEUMATIC COMPOUND. rillllM Uulr rU1jralrl rtmtillal jirr J paratinfi. ttKf ifl alike farli ami etrrjr de ci faikun (if llWluialtt ln(Uinut tt aJread)' tu wtll iwrna anj rrurt tliruutiMl tlia t'nited titataa Ui reqtiir any Irajfthy aHir v( lit armMinl virtuta. It tradttai 11 bri(tLia iururaMa and dUtrraaiiig dla frvm lti f) lam, and aUiidi uurivallad la tl hartutrr itt Utrdirta. Vdawt pff"' t mahauttiitllt4 lafemint, at Va h-Km m www . .. ..., .hhkIv i.t rattiaat UKm tnlt fblrf aiJ, tvrtt.HKH ritrMsrwr.st tatira lrft .1rlla thrlr kiHj" flrrular, aajuotuitlf read the letmniir "f lhiw wtiu baia iperirw4 Ha Invaluable rutatii 'Men, bl to wnta ut call uin, the furalexeni, e that the a4alaiaent in eiwraate frwtti llt fMihlain Lead, a e iur IikIih ill aatiafy the m, ibrrpdulu,ai(d ime bf whtth the rrMtatln tin Hrmed- i renaln tf Uwt ttikUlaed. lVn(alti the fn'WUU-f, w ha will ewrd rrtry Uff luaiino, and furitUli uainea t,f HBdmtbte4 rbararlrr frni ttty arrtioit nf llie rniuii, auttilrth)( ftjuoac Uiewi mine f the iihM emtiieht ljjrMWns?Uu"i and riuiiinenl ill aaa,reriJrUci7e teliaUhty and etlirary tf llie rrui edr Urn lb tearh 1 A.mht nr dimmt. MultriMUKK'rt mirr.M a ric (omimii .m) la tefetahla riUirt, an Internal rciitedt prepared elpreily (wf tbfa (mediae , and t tit it Mill cure In earyfurw,lHlattiKiaury i t'tt) or I'll runic, uu wal terf Iwiw rr)(etanjinc. B.-U la Eullaod by rMl ac M0lt.H Tlx ftl-n liftte for!) TllK Oil HAT Al.TlWATlVE, MiiiTlMimi:w : BITTER CORDIAL : 1 1U.00D l'riMKVKlt. I . Tbia iavalaeMe pwkraiwn baa obtained a rw. lanty t bnrer ialruduI, uaprrf edMiled tn m faU of any irihtr tiefrlki briHjxl'1 tetira lia jmb lit. The malliplied tttotitanda bo have UeJ ltf and bata realitedllatnarveliNiteirertala remuviadiMa Anil Iteatarluaj llir Jtarvvtta K-air tit, a Nerald M U tbe wufld a twl"ff ba aml n. jierbx virtue known to Jbe Materia I'ti)i riima ibe flrtt aua4la U tbe ufei ua and are-wtiWU ftattf mwl frti tlttrtdittaud Wood Vurifyertrtrinoicn, Neaia)tia,lveral lMJlir and S'trvtma Affertluaa, f4tplaot lHdlfetlt 1" f Apj-rltU, .Nereuna eadabe wCkwU DWoJ Kit be Mead, rMtivenea orlrra(lantkeeof tbaWwJ, I'liff la tba hide, llau ency, rftlltlaliua t tb Mean, liftfull Urealk kty Pn-ualbm U the Xmnt Hjateracr .amhne-e, Mgbi aieatao( AfTafU-'na U tba Uinf. Jaundire, ltaeU tb Kldn y, lWammM, liregulantlea, tally tetih reiale,prdtMiaHblllty and tralkMiwI tba Nare rrUi, INiUneoaa HruplKtae of aafaaf tba H"lr beat'-Mi 4ainu fttereftdily tinwt ed by Ibe uee 4 ibU I'ardiaL TV tie hJtry it kifr4 ittf TllK IIAI.M OF (lll.t'AD, Ulaltv Im Ptmalri. I ft every roaeeiveMetvndmua ft M, it recuaitneftj IImU fta fr awpcrW la f4l 4 eftr mty U ftny of U aMenMacmipaude.rw'eiitrate4 undar tb rum teabenjave name U M rtarar4iiilaa. It aria aa a flneT tr,ctrretatbeiwaefiheltMiM r,taflbeia ttadfanle vriana, atimUte tba Live b beUbj uU4 rrtat lb I tbt im attaaad ttiMi eafrHHiata, imturta Minty, IVli aM a4 Ul)ty U the Ud. fir ulal It freely, teMalia4a and reanwttac tutaie dd.tlta, etraiifUi ea lb kinMnnti, reUraatber(MettIutiualuall u auarlfc, ftaj fwauru a tf tea lib aad beaut a fMHw r"l a t n a i TV.-1. V. flU Clnf, rl'll tu Ub, tn4i Kr Uwjrirarlu (miUi IVIUuli i4 nMI WIUIT, AoH, ll 4 tVuUtttw V. AI.KIA.Mli:il 4b rO., ttvifn, tt-lf x. I Kutlaf l , ( tMor IImu1 .Nw VmL JOHN Mlt.t.EH'S Patent Fulling, Waahinir and Clll'llSISO MA ClllXKS. fl'li I'wrta ralKiteil, having iuttliaee I Ibe eu4aHe nrl la aaaaafertafe and ea4 IbeftUM aaaa4 anMbUhea In tot W Iba I'fttled fHu. a tfM4 b a all eedet thai may b f.-ia aided I ba t It T l' f . ( bu lill M Ibaevad areal Kait Kb ruB4- beft, He refrfe Ike fMiVi la lb tutWaiiaff lefiaa alralaireeWlUcTealaunb. JULII BINMMT tWwnifM, Vl, Mawk 1. I fell U'a, tba b)ft4erw(Wt laria aad 1'dtn C MMler'e fa4ealtVabaaf WwbU, UmlelMvffSihi reanead HaataWweeaa ba bewt and VMt affactiae lfkiae 14 aa4w we bate evea m4, aa4 aiekellmanaVatl Ibal tWa atM b pit4l MblUd Hk ia j -Me, efebMib ibea away hate bea ffeyatf d4afk l4ai4 trnUiUt Le 1m thenar an anbrle IW Ibe aa, aaH a aeea, kt t. aaatll. nawae aif, at. aw , a, atfuf a, att rMiitii at a.ata, a a a. aa. waaie, a avl"aftl. aaeea kanaka, av a. aearat, 4e rtaaaa, "aae. wea i t wie, mm ai aaiee, klMwtllM ataair, ajMMaaai aee, ataaiiett naacaaaw artae, waa a aaaeea aia aaf, aa a. a eae, aM etaeet a, aaa iv . aaeaa t. nta, kaa a. t aaaje, taaa Jaftf aaafia, m ft. a- Maatowaee, ku n vara aa m. ae af . Wanb ir. im Crotsett's Cornet Dand, 1 f U lb.k,M, la. .'.adl-e.a le. II far-ft ,4 Mr ftMft. aer - kw a tm-, Ahm ftid -f b AileeiaeeaMe mmi- - U le fctua:. r bi, tIUftKlX aaiap tjrtirt. IbM ib-ry 1WSIXRSS DIHKCrj'OKV. CLOCKS WATCHES,. -JCWtLrtY, AD A000&SC0KS RCTA1KCD BT en aum;k i;. TruuiM,, AbUTO U.I., BT A. DYER- Wait f aaittOrretnt ini faaa. iirru.n, v. Ilaraae a4 (HrHafee labrt e favaUe Itma, iVlj AftlllNUTII XtHKIlT, By A. DYER, IVatt liaitt,Orfr..tta. ih faaa, MTTUMI, VT. ftV AH liadaef kveau tiwiaJly krf-t at rwa eelab. hbMia,wfaW tord. farticvlw atuetwa hU baaMtklftf IT-lj mom: ( i h i ik, Maatafaetarrf and tvalr in t'abiarl rmlare, "baif., Uattteeee. Ix-lif 4ilae, rvtnre r ratiMHi, a4 Read Made Caflm. IUa,faun'B llweld tt. aajMaax rtH Atfad( J L JOirVBOK LXTTLErtELDi VI a an far I are fs ftbd h4eal and KeUil IMalare In H-4., fbwri, KaWrra, I 4,c., .Na, 4 Maerbaal'a Kw, tiU4, 7. POND A, MORSE, m..JMale and he tail lruitu, and I'ealrra la Ir timet j , rawi ArmUff fraatef, hbuuldr ttrarre, IturHiitc Muid ftwd I'aniBWne, ta I'nian MalMthf, Main atreettfthd under the lUtdMtll IliMiae, "ab ntai attetl, ktU4, t L 71 QEO. IL COLE CO. U'KoleeaUand Ketall Itealeraia Mrr ldt, r.rwer. (, I'm kenr. Hrrmtnrlt.a llaanitied, I'arias, Ulaa and ritne ate, HuiJ l,atn. Canipbeue, and llarvlftr I1ld, .Xo I lffrfaaulla Kom, near Ibe D.t( HklUnd, 1 1 l-4y ii. t. doeranFeT Manatarturer of Harnevaea.Haddlee, Hi Hie, Hatlera, furanflea, Ac, .No. U I'atk Ku, MmtlU. 7-1 CLARX & BROTHERS, Dealera In Wairht, t'locki, Jewelry, Pilfer Ware, I aaey liuli, Ac, I'rrkiiia lltiildiut;, near the Ue tt HutUJttL Itetainni lieatly dun at altott ktte. 71 JOHN COOK, Mauufarturtr nd Vlwlle aid Retail Deairr In llal,L'aMi, run, and lieady Made I'lutlilny, No, I Damela jlbick, MmCmU, t L 71 J, R. BARNES, .Manutarturrr and Vtioleale and Retail IVilar In Mraw IbtnaeU, faariionaUe Millinery and Tanry tU4, Union Uuilding, Main atreet, HutUnd I U Old llonntta dtrtmed vtt r. 71 BARRETT U 80N, Ct'iuiniaalon Merrbabta, and Ifealera la Dour, Fall, lrunaMel, Afriniltural tmiilrnienta, iKiora, Hali, i:iaM,ar.,.e., near the fright lejKt, ItmtUnJ, E. A. POND, M. D., rb)tirln and (urcm. oinre at Hie New I) nit Mere under tb Hard f II llou.e, JlutlmnJ, IL ttl ly J. 0. FOSTER, Iletlerln Ready.Marie Clutliinr, KurnUhlrtf CAAda, lUti, la(f , Ac, Ac, Nu. J Merthanta How, Hmt UnJ, 1 1. 71 JOSEPH HAILHi0T UlRiifarturer and I'aalrr in Itmili, (lnM)t. at., Ac, AC.,&C,tverO, I Itolibion' t'lure. KmtiamA, t'L Refiairin( dtme at ahort mllce, and allHcik war raiilcd. 71 J. C. CLEMENT U Co. Mamifarlurrra and Wtadraale and Retail Dealer In A. H. Macuuiber's lteut l?traw Cuttera. Ilgdt rtU,, I f., 1-1 IIOSTO.N' TYPE Kr.vniiv, joint k. noDGEns u co. Nn. 4 Hpririf lne, Btiaton, Typee, l'reiea, Ink, and other Printing Maleriala. a. rtMii'ia. i a. auDcaaa. v, wataoi, jr. D. B. WORLEY, Tearherof Mulf, Whitehall, N. Y, Tlano l'ortea Tuned and lteirtd. Uetidehra llh dr out It S. O. STALKY, At ill, Manufacturer and Dealer In Tin, tluet Inm and Ojitwr Waref and aUi, eirliuiva Agent in Rut land t'onntr, for the aale uf the fMve railed "The Tluy ttr.w Kim lKr lat of D)era llittel, Aaldad, 1 10 ly ' LANDON & GRAVES, Dealeraln Funutura, I'rmUhm, I run, lal, Naila, Hardware, l'wwder, and J'u, bear the Dejiot, h MOWIIUY, DaruerreAn Artut, fk)liKht lttiia in the t'nlon lluildinn. Main atreet, itU4f ft. lVturea up In everv varlt of rljle, with vt witlumi I or, at uieevar)iagfnem7cu.oJ$l. l-ly MARTIN 0. EVERTS. Attorney ftftd nmnwrllor at law, and Fotirltor In Clianccry. Ofllt In the Vvufl lltmae, riaW, Attorney ind t'fiineMAr at Law, and Koliritor in I 'dan eery al, ft tMuiiiw4fiier f"r the Htalea of Maine, New IUui(.lilre, lltn-de laland, (Vmntrll cut, .New Ywk, IVnneylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Micliijcaa, Wleuiiain, and Una. O If ice in the I'uurt lit", HnH4t t't l J, L. STARK, Jr., Attorney nd tmm-ellor at law, and K'llrit.r fa (Jianrerr. OIIic neatly ii)ui(e lh Huik Rank, Rtiftt IT. 1 N. B. HALL, Attorney and 4unMlUr at Iaw. and Kolifttot in t'huirerr, Ofli in Cuabniftnft Uuildinft Btmmtr tea. f'U 1 REUBEN B. THRALL, Atlurney and I'oualbrf el law, rulifitr in Chan cer, end A yent for Ten iera, lltxuity landi, Ar. Omre, 'J4 aury Thrall' Mxk, Hit', l -d W. T.lriCll'OLS, Attsmey and roaneellor at Law. Office in lb Court lue,Vetfd, "( WARREN H. SMITH. oi...r nJ iMiHaltiir at ftnd HUiritr In l'hanceryiatorennB and Kuunly land Aient tot Uutlaac runty and ticinlty. OrRca flrt dur tt.a1hflbOu4irtllue, iWM,b " iWUr fa 0roceneftad I'ruv Ulona, Butter, Cfaeeae, raMvtiuuda, Hlkikt, beat the lt(- U Oburtb, HiUm4, t 45 ocouac GRAVES, Mauufarturtr and Wholesale and Retail lealr In Ikvli, (be, KuWtu, ad all kinda U leather ; Wtar Hiatal, adibiag WftaliUiftua Hall, ! IW, fx i&-ly "II O. BURT if 0K," " lVbcleeftU nd Retail IWaUra la til klada vf Dry ,tiadat UrocefiM ftftd auUaai Hardware and 1 Cutlery ; fiunU,rlMe and Kobbcca, and allUtbe ajratrateat MedtHaea of tbeday Mai Hi., tin A U of Uiurt lloitoe,) hiUdf t i'l REMOVAL. BiHHKTT V MIX bve reravred fnmi t!n rmre occupied by tbera ta Vet erteet ta their New Drick Warehouse, opfrte tber-KKHiHT DLIOT Patent Medicines. AlOlTa(lbe auudatd rtent Medicine til U J 1 iuatad ftJ tba r-wta ut B IktB KTT A Mi V- t r T1mm furauertr b(4 by Mr II. L, Hraacift will aUw Le vWadal tba aaiae idftre. Wlt.UAM JOKOp A fOVM Celebrated Cast-Steel The eaUcriWfa fckVf on ht4, kad are nat telly r ti tit; ffuta lbr mmfuUr, MlA' H OltKS, SinUTlF.U), IbU Kedae4 Ct fulr, let d orlaaa. IWa arrantad fax trcl Mjiare, 6at and or laanaa. i4 4mU a ad Mrie IMkeai rMeeJ arraatod. Muberr 44 eid, tu- ad -id iy r4eet riael awa and vthtf aae- !. Oefmaa MieU Aat and eqau, IV I. A ft MfefftV ft ld WMffUbM. Oeeiaiaa -HUe.," I-llHe ar Nael kWl If to4 IUa4 Hel, ft. e Ac AU ad m barb ftia taT4 f-rf eftla aat tbe avi4 laa kUe Uew by M. JOMlf A MlAd, 91 i J.a . New Vwrt. Al ft- tbir iftu--CarW A llaaJ, 4; I wawtrt el'e4, rbJft4elAaftv Wi'i r'Wvai t t . , I ii MilWtt,lkiM. UikaM A iWfttry, iib I Vulea lret. Ha Itt awe New Y4k, Afnl If, ia 13-ly TU .NOHTIICK-N AND t IHTI.BV bOOKVCLLEU AND Mi- II NTH DOOK8 and STATIONERY .IT m r(i 1 ft.fi . KIOlilN A. Ki:i.l,IMHJ, 1 ri'Ltp.i;ftaVwbMrUr,rutaieeft, and kaaaa 1 a laaa Hmt, CW New iMblhVH ft ceil I ftaea Manbeaa 4 kWftMHfOWfiiaMhtUertKM a ad W ftbaat lu. ewa 4 Maak bAa, Uraw4M 4 r- fWe. eMftft.aae vf van ft-aa". M4Ha4tW4lrUltf evert kad awltlwiM4t ftftU ka4B.e, n Mwad imm Vm4 ffWw iti.ikara r. WU. rfteaa ie a4 Hftdit fc- bwvu frtier ad Mjm 4 ffeat inrt) r aw, (nki. ud et)W ad b-todit fHtf" U eea of Fim ad bMiri asftbi.ift'i'ir- ft m r ;ji Jf- n in . .t- a he rfe m oi4tfA. I N ft r4.4 Ltt4Nrw(ad rlitreftlaJMal 1 fetee. U-m 1-0 vi: and m rur st eaata c etn Lva ftk4 lrctt netooe darf la eiattl NvvevAf weather. And m, wb4t the Um a way, TV W4d dXeftaxirM to r4ti. Lata klfirrt vtae ravber efcr, Aa lkekif fxr waa daer la veafra aarrry N Tbe L4U(iy.Wilftg ftUaneer) IWI Lveaa tnfthared l erapUy ItHiavtwajr auualtal ThalU a trwe the bfthAl hey Crew bd)4 and coandeahtL "I heftr'qawta lt, WmiBf Ww, UVIlh all jemr bearta and rmney, YtMl eunetiMia (Te 4t It af I W lack ft lfla aoMo). Xata owned thai rW va aa ra.nr(o aught lineot in ieAeo fanctea, And be'er a )tt,ha4 ulrea a Ui hi Ta meudlh Ida Onaiwea. Reafdea, 1'va lieard lima taa went on, Tbe othei'a hint I m prat ( n "That tddhMeVer MMifhtor won, ii owl a fileud ta laving." MAn arrut le aa )mi hi lite rati bn age Invauled, (My knavea vhknftw not nr tne) TotMklethe dewenteU." And LtTCta waved Ma wan J and lot II y knftfical t taanekan, lataeaw hla little havrl grew Intu a atatrly ruanaliri t And w here lefore h 1 oaed to aup Intended In hiarottage. And grumble o'er the earihern run That held hi rueajte Httag , Now, kmoklngviandatrawnhia Uiard, And many a flmnKthftlirei Ilia larder wu with (.leniy atoredj And beauty tilled the patare I And Ijot a, tb'Mjgb lather lean at lint, A ud tinged w llh melancholy, On genermia w ine and ixiddiliga nurat, Grew very atout and Jully t Yef, mindful of hietrueal friend, II beterturua dttrtttur, Rut r) that bleeslnga may attend Ilia worth) tenrfacturj And when lila frieuda are gay ahure Tlieir etening w hut ur eucre, And drink btiiituiiug"!IItti to Ijovc," He drink, "Hurreea to Li tat !" Cl)c iTamiln Civrk. UT M.VUT1IA IICSSULL. (COIIl'EO.) firming. Uncle lia? rctunicj from cw York, Lringing Jrcss patterns for mint ami inc. Mine is a very nice Turc Satin aunt's n splendid watered silk. ' It is proper that my niece should be well dressed, I like to scu her so,' was unclu's reply to my thanks. I wish he had not said just that, hut, then, I am very grateful. I need tho .dress very much all the more, because aunt's niece, Miss Kmily Cranston, is coming up to spend the holidays here, nnd my old black silk would look quite shabby, I fear. Mother thought I could nlford to have a now one, before I left home, especially irMii;avB iii ,UJu, pateii, is... 1 convinced tio. ti,llt tt nai pacca must be had. I confess I nm not philosophical enough to get rpiitu above this matter of dress. I think theru is moro in the mind's craving for perfect harmony and fitness in outward things, than many of our sages admit. The dress of etcry woman should be evolved from her own mind,nn indication of the grace, truth, purity, and beauty within. Hawthorne understands this; the dark robo of Hester l'ryiinc the gay scarlet of little l'carl' the rusty silk of Miss Ilcpzibali, nnd the variegated dressing gown of poor Clillbrd, ure redolent of character. Only as tho ' outward and visible sign' of the study never for vulgar display. I nm glad Mii-s Crans ton is coming. They say she is a belle nnd a beauty ; but as I shall interfere with her in neither of these qualities, I fancy we shall be excellent friends. Xov. 23fi. Helping nunt and Sophie in tho kitchen this morning, and have won their admiration fur nil limo, by my making sponge cake and icciug. I have risen as much ns two degrees in aunt's estimation ; nnd rejoicing in this nnd the clear sunlight, happy in the thought of my new dress, Miss Crans ton's expected arrival, nnd various other things, (how little it takes to mako one linppy sometimes,) I was really delight ed to tee II. when lie called; nil the. more so, (alas poor human nature I) be cause I saw the horses ns ho passed the window, and knew he had como to es cort me on a horseback ride. Oh, what n glorious ride that was! How fresh nnd invigorating the rush of keen winter air, as wc dashed down the W road 1 Tho ice-bound river sparkling in the sunlight, nnd the bare brown hills leaning back lovingly against the sky. How I longed to turn my horse's head towards these hills 1 I knew that among them there must bo sunny valleys, like the one In which I bad taken my llr it lesson on horseback, nnd I soemcd to descry tbe very moun tain paths up wlncli Annie 11. and l liail urged our horses, on our whortleberry ing expeditions to the hills. 1'oor An nie It, no, hsnpy Annie I her feet have long since trod tho dark valley, nnd the opposite slopes have been smoothed for her by nngcl hands. Perhaps IU too had his memories for he said, after a long silence, as wu sat watching the scene ' I like to go out on a winter's day like this, the air is so still, clear and cold. It Kerns ta take from life nil that is merely accidental and facticious, and show it to us in its original dignity nnd purity. I feel bidiltled when ob liged to go back to the dsily routine of Wly rare. Have you nuver felt this Mis I.ylooJ" 'Oflcn, Teryoilen,' I mid, in pleas.! snrprise. Hut, my friend, do we lake the lesson aright, if we fail t train from It wisdom and strength to dignify these same petty details t You are risht you are always ri0it, Mist I.jlton The said. Iho'lfully, Am to wecliattrd on. of life ail itt duties, until e rrched bwiie. Wat there, or was iher rol, a elor prrssiirn of ray liaiul than needful, whrOtlie lielpol me from the horse? Ilrneef.irlli. I ibink I shall be cvuotrified, and spring offun- StitlMl. , .Vw. 2M All the talk Is ofT.'s tplrn. ' iImI ptra. Hit tale"', Ids ebvpseK. meet me on every Ir. propWift if I jut fulur sun-ess , and I rjoii-' mwf- ltc rorr n.nli'n I urn ij iru time from iiltymg mvstlt Utile , Hubby 1-ru' it 111 nigh unto death, tbry say. Mary lis gone borne to nttitt in taking varr of hiui I muit ponnd sec Inm tomorrow. Ar. iilk At Widow Lee's. They sleep at hut. these poor, grief, stricken women ami I nm Irft nUme with the child. At he turns his swolen, purple fare uuentily on the pillow; und I think bow noon it may lie quite still beneath the winter snuiv, my eyes All with tears mid my heart aches ; but not for the little one nhou feet have wan derwl lait such n little way from the gate of heaven, but fur the mother nnd graudmulher, along hoe dreary path ho teems the only visible sunbeam. I lis disease is scnrlct finer and my im prurience, ns my friends term it, in com lilt; into it will keep me here or nt Dr. 0,'s umil all danger of the infection is over. Uncle nnd nunt arc in n gient worry nbout it ; but Doctor f!. piouiis cs to take cure of me. in c:ic I do tnke it. He says be and bi wife frnr catch ing nothing of mo but my 'wilfulness' I intend to give him a tnsto of it, for 1 shall not leave these Mwr people unlit some one Uer than I louies to lake my place; ami that Mill tint lie immediate ly, I fancy, fur the neighbors have nil little children, whom they d.ire not e ixxo to tho infection, 1 have no fear, nnd these poor women cling to me nnd look up to me ns ir I were Minerva herself. Il is good to have ones ener gies taxed thus, and I thank Heaven for this experience, and every other that has taught me wisdom, or made mo stronger for the battle of life. Mary and I do everything, from the droppinz of the medicine on whose action hang tho life of the child, to tho making of the mustard paste rirafis for the feel. There is no abundance here, for the days when the widow's cruse was filled miraculously have gone by ; but never did I feci so thankful for the early schooling that taught mo how to ' make tho IH0-.1 of little' ns now. AW. 28i. I sat by tho firo this morning toasting a piece of bread, ami my faco shining a la Cnptnin Cuttle, when I heard Dr. O. calling mo from the little entry. Toasting fork in hand 1 hurried out nnri found my hands, bread fork and all, clasped in those of II., who oblivious of his fawn-colored gloves, poured forth inquiries after my health. 'There, now you have seen her alive and well, with your own eyes,' inter rupted tho Doctor, ns I was assuring him of my well being, ' I hope you m e satisfied. I couldn't get rid of tho fel low, llessie,' ho went on, though I as sured him you were never so well nor so handsome in your life; though you h.ivu got n bit of ii 'beauty spot' on your cheek, it answers for a patch, dear,' he went on grimaceing, as I raised my apron to cITacii the -jrlm mark of the t.-..i .,,,, l.-M,.,.sc. 1 iluuoumw. my honor ns n Christian man, the jack anapes, and insisted on seeing you tvilh his own eyes. Hang him! he might teach pcrseverenco to the saints.' 'And in return for this interest I must turn him out the door. Indued,' I said, as I put out my nnnri to prevent his further entrance, 'you must not come in. You can do no good, nnd may do harm to yourself and olhcrs.' ' And yet you stay here, Miss I.yt ton, nnd peril your own life, so dear to all your friends 1' ho said reproachfully. ' Is tlicre nothing I can do '(' 'Yes, you can play tho widow's gnoj angel, and replenish otu coal bin ; for I confess 1 don't understand tha art of tnvinz coal in such cold weather.' 'Hut is there nothing else nothing I can do for you ? ,Ycs, you can go away now, and tell uncle and nunt tent I nm well imri thank them for permitting me to May heir.' 'I nhnost forgot to tell you that Hint In Cranston nrrived yesterday,' he said. 'Then you can take my place, and play the agreeable to her,' I said, laugh ing, ns I shut the door in his face. 'Coolly done, that' said tho Doctor. Take n little of the starch out of that fellow, so that com mon sense will have full play and he'll do hu'll do. finning, It has been a terrible day tho little boy wrestling with dealh, and the mothcj in hysterical swoons. Oh, it is dreadful to see lh sweet, in nocent face ofn child thus distorted with agony. My God, why need it be J Mary and her mother have been over. Mr. Leo nnd I have hung over tho chilri until I can scarcely breathe. I don't know what nils mo ; the top of my head teems hot and heavy as burning lend. hater. Doctor has come, bringing with him a hard-featured, bony woman, whom ho calls Mrs. Lane. She threw oil' her thing', and came up and shook my hand us if it hail been a mat or piece of rug, saying, half way between a laugh and a cry 'So. you've been here nil alone, and are clean fagged out, ns such n young critter has a right to lie fur I know them there' with a nod towardt tbe bed room door, where tho or mother lay 'kind criiturt as ever breathed the limit Ii o' life do anything for other folks, but not worth n snap when trouble techet them. I'vo thought on yo all, but Jim wnt laid up with rheumatir so nt he couldn't ttir band nor foot. Hat Jim't at kind a rrillur, I must say, at ev er brr atheJ ; and when he heard bow bad on't you was down here, nnd the neighbors all ikrrred to dealh, he lelli-d me to send the boy over to aunt Sally's, and come over; and to I did.' And the dropped my hand, and went round Ibe room, putting things in llii-ir places. TmIIc of elastic slept am! fairy fett, girU' When the Kmianeout goorinent of our hearts leads us tu step at lightly in a tirk room as did this oor woman, we thall have tome reason to be proud ! Midnight 1Ut. I-nfl and the Doe tor wafli the thikl, hMW, too antltws to tUep. I sit and watch tbun. Aln ami again the Doctor rxamiwM the face ol the eliiiri. while his fiaptrt never leave, the Ibin wii.t. At !!, light brrakt over his fr. an.) be w l.i.pert He will live, lltit'. The boy will li.rr I spreg tv rot f an I ws maV mg f r li e WJnc;n, wLen Le caujtit ta Yon f.Kili.b nmin ! Will jou bling that doling grandmother ahri ball craiy mother Uwn us. to undo wliM little rood wo have done f Walt an hour or so.' So 1 sat down again, and lgn watching the pUy of hi features, nnd thinking I widied 1 rould tketrh them, just n he sat. 1 would rather have his hi trait than Kossuth's. ' Doctor.' ' I lush, you wlteh. Cannot yon write wbnt you have got to say, witliout Jelling like n wrcech-owl ?' So 1 took a slip of paper, and wrote, ' Sit a little to the right, if )ou jtlwue, Doctor.' What for?' in n whisper, hoarse as the vole ofn Jming Shanghai. ' 1 want to tketrh your imrtrait,' ' What will you do with it V Then, with a horrible grimace, ' Will that ex pression do ?' ' l'ut it in my cabinet of curiosities.' You can't have it. Do )ou no: know it is written, Yo shall nut mako U itu joirselves idols?' ' Ave. but they must be In tin) like nets nf something in heaven nbovo or tha earth beneatli, vou know. It is (Hough for n reasonable man that I want it." Hu looked nt me closely a inomcnl, before he replied ' I.vdia Mason shall sec about that t hut. to prove that I am reasonable, I shall lake you home with me to-tiiglil. So get vour bonnet and clonk.' ' I shall not go. Leave my charge, because you say he is better?' You w ill 1' ' I shan't I' )ee 0th. At Doctor G's. I did go; but how, or when, I have no distinct recollection Kor many days there has been no morning nor evening for inn ; only fever nnri pain nnd delirium the darkness that steals up from the vulley of the shadow of death. Oh, it is good to sutrer ; for without this, we should never know- half the kindness nnd love that lies hidden in some hearts. The rook must ho smute before the refreshing waters will burst forth. What but this could have made uncle anil nunt watchers by my beildde; nnd the Lees, nnri Mrs. Lane, and II. too all so anxious to do something for me; nnd, best of all, glorious Doctor 0. nnri his noble wife ! Surely they will have their reward ; ' for 1 wnsu stranger, nnri they look me in I' Here comes thu Doctor, holding upn letter; he frowns horribly nt the sight of my occupation. Well, well, I prom ise not another word to-day ; and so I get my letter. Dec. 2I. Mother's letter is unique, the riear woman has nil unconsciously nchinveri the deiitlrrtitiim in letter writ- iro-Z-dTniiTl'sVllfe!.0"!!!'''1-!-1-plainly before me ns if I wero in the miiht of them myself. Yet how elrnnge such passages m ltie.e. would sound in he ears of many of my city fiienils II., for in-lnnce, who is enthusiastic over the beauty of rural life. Potatoes nro going down, nnri last week George V. carted all we have to spare to G., nt fifty cents per bushel. It makes quite n difTerencu in the prof its, ns wc reckoned them ; hut I hope to make it up on the hay. That is lis ing, und Mr 1". advises ins to keep It n while longer, thinking it will gel up to twenty dollars per ton before spring. It hat been so warm that wu have not butchered the pigs yet ; but .Mr. K. killed last week, nnri his l.irgust weigh ed 150 lbs. lllack Ann is to help tne nbout thu work ; sojou need not worry nbout me.' Yet, to me, that fall in the price of potatoes is a serious matter; for if wo cannot inaku up thu difference, some how, wo may find on i .elves homeless; for our hard creditor, Mr .1. gives us no choice the interest of the mortgage, or the house and a few remaining acres thern selves. Here is n polscript : ' He very careful to please your uncle nnri nunt, my child. It is very kind in 1 1 1 in to notice us, and his favor can be of great advantage to you in many ways." Ah 1 there spoke not my mnlhcr, but the worldly wisdom which such na tures ns tier's gain from circumstances. Oh I tliu heaviest curse of poverty is riot that wo must earn our bread by the sweat of the brow, but the conttnnt, cankering cares it brings, ealing Into the finest natures like rust ! Men praiso it nt a teacher of great truths, and so it is; but if it sometimes ilevel. opes tho intellect, it not unfrequenlly dwarfs the heart. To lie free from thru? petty cares to be nble to free others to lift tho leaden weights from the spirit, and .'ivc it n free development this it why I would be rich. At to uncle's Murines! in noticing u, methinkt it would havii been more ap parent ami to the iurKXe, had he dono it when you, my mother, were strug gling to give nn educitlon to your fa. thcrless child! Now, when we have won fur ourselves friends among the good nod learned, I fancy it is no con detcention in him o acknowledge my niece.' Dee 220. II. nnd Mis Cranston callnd to tec tne to-day. She is beau tiful, and wnt kind enough to rxprot nn 1-nnmsl wish to havu me return to uncle's. II. it certainly loting hit larl, or he would never have forgotten him self uo far nt foliate mid it was ' dull ami stupid' nt uncle' without tne. n ml flint lady by Ids sldt! I thought Mist Cranston, in spile of lirr TtUnue, looked rather annnvrd. I nev.-r knew him guilty of Mirli a Ulin U furn, yjre. 21W- I m to go liome nfler dinner, Cbrittmis day. Aunt has been here, ami Doctor nnd the have finally settled it thus. She was in excellent iplrltt, and ItlLcl of the, partlet which were fo be given during the IwllyIays, ami which KmllU and I would Im ex ported to atlmd J.oeh a gov oppor tunity fur inn to see totnetuHig of nty life' The Dortir ! notion;, but tat m drew colnni on die margin of the nesminprr Ix-fore b cn. at a t-rt i f j wxmir.g to sac, I tuj-pjit, of the cad to whlili thi-sc would lend) and mncbw I grew sad nnd dismal, nnd wat glad when mint left. Doctor nnd hit wifenrr plotting tome conspiracy, I believe; for even now iney nro wnisering outsttle the iloor. When lie comes In ngsln. I will make hlin think bis bo.itse whispers have be Irnved his secret. to nr. coxtimtp 1 HOW TO TKLI. AlKAl llKtt. A gentleman from Snnuiptille, Slate f.Y Yolk, wut telling hon ninny diU'i-renl oectiiintlotis he h id nltptupttri. Among others he had tried school leach ing. llnwlong did j on tench f niked n bj slander. Wnl, I didn't tench long; that Is, I onlv tccni tn hire out.' 'Did you hire out ?' 'Wnl. I ilhln'l hlicout; 1 only irenl 10 hire out.' 'Whv did J on give it lip?' 'Wnl, 1 glvo it up--for some reason or 'ntilher. You see. 1 traveled inlu a tlutrict und inqu'ued for I lit liutlces. Snim-lKhly s.iiil Mr Snlrkles wnt the iiiiiii I wanted to see. So I found Mr. Snirkles nninevl my ohjiek in Intro ducing myself ami nkii him what he thought iris-nit letting me try my link wiih the big Imivs i,ii,l umiily gids'in (ho ileilriit. He wanted to know if I r.ialy thought myself enp'ble, und I lold him I wouldn't mind his n-king iih- u few easy questions in itlmielie und 'gugrn phy, or showing my h itiriw riling. Hut he snid no, never iiiiud ; lie timid tell n goml lem her by his gait.' 'Lei me fee von wnlk oil" n Utile vvnys,' savs he. 'and I tan lell.'sujs h,., j well's I'd heerri you exninineri,' sa)s he. Ho sot in the door as he. simke, and I thought h'- looked a lillleskilli.il thill I was eonsiil'iiilile frustrated, mid didn't mind inneli t so I tiiriuri nliout nnri walked oirns smart as I know'ri how. He said he'd tell me when In slop, so I kep'on till I thought I'd gone 'bout fur enough then I s'peclcd s'lhing was to pay, and looked round. Wal, llm door was shet and Sniekles was gone!' DM you go back?' 'Wal, no I iliilu'i go back.' 'Diri you apply for number school V 'Wal. no I didn't npply fur nnother school,' airi the gentleman from Swamp illc. 'I rather judged my nppeuiance was ngnlnH me.' A WITi:i(. IIAMI, A cnrieSM)iidenl lelU a good story, nllhoilgh ut somewhat Inn gicat length, (a common fault) of u Western slenr boat captain who hired, otf-hiiud,' u shiftless fellow, ut one of the poits on the river, to go us u hand on hoard one of his bo.ils lo New Orleans, forty dol lars nnri uni;'gHing him in uriviinee pie dollars, to supply nn urgent pres. bo on board in tfie morning 'before the first chickens crowed ;' hut he never iiinile his appearance. Long niter, tho cnptnin discovered him nt n wondiiig-slntion, jumped n shore, collaied the rii-hoiiest 'hand,' nnri a-ked him the reason why Im had nut kept the engagement. 'What was llie terms?' n'ked the fel low, with the utmost coolness and indif ference.' 'Koity dollars a monlh, and found,' replied thu captain; "you know the terms well enough.' 'Very well,' replied the recusant 'did you find m ?' That was n pocr ! The cnptnin hadn't found liim until now, although he hail lookeri for him nt every poit nnri slopping place, on all the rivei he had Unversed. A m.ihi:i) .HAiirvit. The history of martyrdom contains no more touching slory than Ihnt given in the following paragraph from the Madi-oii, Iniliaiia Daily Aigus, of Dec. 1, It cannot he rend without tear nnri n swelling heart. The facts are salil to have been i slnblishul by judicial inves. ligation, nnri were related by the presi ding luilge : A beautiful, fair-haired, blue eyed boy, about nine tear of age was taken from the Orphan Asylum in Milwau kee, nnri adopted by n lespeclablu far tner ofMnrfiielli.( a professor of relig ion and a member of the Hapli-t wr suasion. A girl, a Utile older than the boy, wns ii lo adopted inio llm same family. Soon tiller these rhildien were imlnlleri in their new home, tin; Imy discovered criminal conduct on the patt of hi' new mother, which he meuliooeil to the little git), nnd it thereby came to the ears of llie woman ; she, Indignant ly denied the story, to the Mill-faction of her husband, nnri insisted thai the boy should be whipH-il until he confess, cd the falsehood. The man KKir, weak bigot iiniutleri by n eense of re lizioils duly, proceeded to the task as signed dim. by procuring a bundle of rori. stripping the chilri linked and ii peiidingliim by n cord to the rnllert of tha bouse. Mild whipping him nt inter vnls for over two hours, till ilia blood ran ihrouzh the ll sir. making it (tool UKin the floor below; Hupping only In rest nnri interrognln llie lsir, nnd get. ling no other r.qriy llum "Pa, I lold the truth I cannot tell a lie ; the woman all the while urging him lo"ilo his du ty." The mur little hern, nt length re. leased from hi toil ure, thiew his arms around the lo-.-k of his torinmlor. kiss,-d him, ami said, "I'a. I am xi rokl," nnri died. It appeared in evidence upon the trial of this man and woman fur murder, that the rhilri risri lell the truth, nod tiilfered dentil by .tow torture rather than tell lie. The age of lie. roisin nml martyrdom will not bate pie till lil'.tlier. ecitse lo in'lll leity precepts into the minds of ilieir otf.pring The man ami woman who ward-red ibis anget-rlrfld are now In the Peniten tiary at Wauftun. lo wlsicli they were sentenced for ten yean. SloisJ.r it titt.ee nonumuUiive than n tnow ImII It is like a 'tin. I, which every one will teMen to his own t"le, or lli Intleof those lo whom he offers if. Vi'iifv fi. . r j tint I, U reason w ill cooUaJict. ri'U'Krt m rTnnm.1 1. 1 in- v KiiMoxr, t4 lstntirslM,nl ttlHttls4 1st tmlitltmllim lr stitry mt lol. No. 13. AN" ACT relating lowliness ts. If ii krrtty enacted. Se. Src. 1. The words "nor ny mil brought befmv, nnd prtiriini: nt, the time this art shall go inlu ellVet." cshi taincri in the thild section ofnn net en titled "an act telmlnf to wilnrsM-s," ii prill ci Nor. 1852, arc hereby le pettlevl : VoiiV'i, that llili act slmll not apply lo uny it 'tlon csiuunpncHl pic rlont to Nov. twinly third, ei((litecn buurirrsl and filly-lwo, wlsrre owe of the witles In surh action has riecen.esl previous totlie fiinrtmeut of tills tltiltr. Si:o. 2. This net slmll take vllei't fiwn its passant'. Approved, l)ecember 0, 1833. Nn. II AN ACT In repeal nn net i milled 'an net I!. -luting to Injunc tions, in ii 1 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 in rhnpier twenty, set en of the compiled ttalules," up proved Nov. 2,1, 1892. If is hereig tnneted. Ac. Sf.C I. The net enliibil 'an net relat ing tu Injunction., In iiriditlon In chapter twenty-seven of the compiled sliitules.' approved Nov. 23, 1832, it hereby ic-penb-ri. StC. 2. This nrl shall iml tll'erl nny procenliiigs bud, or taken under the piiividnus of the statute hereby repeal eri ; but lie' snme shall pioetiil nnri be delermiiitd in the snme iiinnuer n thoiizh sairi Ifpcutt'il statute el lenniin s d hi foice. St:c. 3. This nit shall lukn tdTect from its pn.sage. Appruved, December C, 1833. No. 13. AN ACT in relation lo the ili-elosiiri of ti ii.t ll herebg enitctrd. .e. Skc, 1. When nny pernn sle.ill be summoned to appear befom nny enunly imlrl, ns Inislee, in any c.iusi) lliero M'nriiug, nnd shall npienr und tile a di-i-lo. urn ilen ing his lialulily ns trus tee, or tiihmilliiig llm qni-liuil of his liability to llie mart iiku any stale. nielli of f'.icts ihereln eolilaini il, such emu t shall, upon the upplieiitioii of the pl.iintiir, appoint one or mine conimis sioneis, who-c duty it shall be to lake the di-closiire of such llulei', nnri hear nnri cMiiniin' such leslimouy ns the pur. ties shall milium ill le-pecl In the linliil. ity ol'siieh tin -lee, nnd to ileleiniinn nil quoMioiis misiiin le-pect In snili lia bility, and lo up. irt In (lie. coin! Iioni whii'li stiih cnmmissjoii is.ueri lie facts in respect to such liability, wild llie tie. cisloii of sin Ii commissioner or eoiniuL sinners thereon. Src. 2. Any commits'imcr so up pointed may ariinlnisicr nil necessary oaths or allirmaiiuii', to uny trustee, or tn'ily suiiiiiian nn'y tnlstf-t', wSiW-ml closuri) ho has been appointed to take, In appear belbri) him and make dis cliisitrn; and if nny lrnlee, after tea (wimble notice from such coinml'sloner, shall refuse or neglect In appear before humor nppenriug, shall lel'u'e or tie. gleet to make bit disclosuie, il shall be the duly of such commissioner or com uiissioneis to repoil suih facts lo the court friilii whence rurli coiumtssioii Is. fmeil ; ami thereupon such court, unless poori causi; Imi shown lo the contrary, shall render judgment again.) such Inn lee, ns in case of riiTuull, Anri in case the trustee shall appear befaie such com. missioncr or coiumissloners, nnri hall refuse or neglect to answer such Inter rogatories ns shall be proposed lo hlin I iy ibe plalnliir or commissioner, such refusal or neglect, relative In llie par ticular mailer In which such answer requited, thall be laken ng.ilnit the trustee so refusing. Six. .1. The comimsloncr or com. mi'sioncr npoinleri in pursuance of Ibis net, may notify the parlies or llie time nnri place of hearing, by ran. ing them, or their attorney of record, lo bo personally notified, or by citalion left lit such parlies' usual nbode, lit lcnl twelve riayt prev iout to ibu time ol tuch hearing. Src. I. The disclosure of the trus tee, lielore nny such i ouimissioiier or rouimI"loners, shall be taken in writing by the rommUsioiier ns in llie examina tion nf a party before no niidiior In nn miion of hook account, nnri slull b re. turned, by tint itniimi'siouer or eo-iiini.. sioin-rs taking llie same lo I In. eoirl from w hence mrli i-omuiision Issin-d, with I In- reixirl of nn ll eoniiiii.4oiii-r or commissioners. And the ili-elo.iirf if Ibe truster shall heccttiflri by the com missioner or i-onimi.. loners. Sl 0. fl. Tin. rourl before whleh tho fli lion shall be peiidin:'. mid iilso thu coinuii.siouer or rouiiiii.siouers so up. (ointed. may require ibe Irilsti c In pro. dure le-foii thu commissioner or nm ml'sioiiers. either tilt ledger or hlsorig Iniil book of entries, m thev 'h ill think priqier, w lienever the same .linl! leoini. nera-ssnrv Tor ileleruiliiing litis lialulily of .m il Iril'tee. Sc,0. i. Whenever lh couniiisiion. er or iiimmls.iouers shall Imve reluriiesl lo lh court tin. di-elo-urn of (lie mit. tee. together with the reirl of the f.ie. nnri of the decision of surh roinnVwlun cr or coinnil'sloners thereon, Jn.ljni'iit thall be rendered on sued reiu.ri. If nn just chiiiw lt shown lo lh" rooiniry. ns in the cassj of n lejiorl IHhiIc by uitriU tor pinted in nny itrliou iiio Uiok MrcMllll. Sic. 7. When n rommpjlttnr c tiimmisslnner tlu.ll ltte liecti iippolul. f.1 In nny case. In nirnoer of the pro. vT.lnns of this net. nil questions offe nri-iog In tuch case -ball b lriel nml determined by tilth eommitskimT or rotunil.sionrrs t Hiulsntu'irli ofrls nlnlen nml fwly-seirn of cUsj.r thirty-lxo of thn rompiled tltlttlrt nt Is inemtdttenl btrewiih It Un-I.y rr- penlMl. See. ft. fi'Cllofit twenty two tml Iwenty-fhreH of Hmpler Ibirty-lwti of tbe HsntsMei tfatulct, ami the ttrl esttt. tied ri art riJutioj lo frottrrt,' approv ed Nirud-rwJtc, cigMeen Iriiodrcd nml fifly-two. ure hereby repele.. Sr 9- When '" ''' ' nffosr- r 1 lo any Iru-I' e in -- s l, . t. la'i Lite Un IrieJ by a tvwuiittiwiyr or commls.loivers umlrr the provt-i.ms 4 this net, surh sum sloill 1-e H. .s, fc the travel niwl nllHtdnre nf W 'nrtsrs nnd llie ntlmdanrc of counsel n llm rt of such Irvislre. Ifforc I be tininis tlotirr or rnmmtlBier, nt by tin r ttimg rnles lf prartlcr In tins Sta e nre nllonrsl for tlif Irovrl ntwl Ktlprdiiru's-T wiiitrtsts, and the nltendam-e of ittuu tel before n m (tier in chancer v Sl'O. 10. This net iIihII Ink rffrct frttm ill pnsttge Appnivtsl, Dcrrml.cr C. IS''", No. lo. AN ACP telniiog to tuhtc rtnent ntlnehlnf crctlltors ft hfttij) sst.tr erf. At. Sic 1. Wlient'vcr ny tub'ciiuent nllnrblng frvslilor tlnll tnier Imh ill o n tnll nccttiilltiK lo the pti'ti-i.-nt if section lltirtv -four chupler in. ,.it r ' o' lhe eotnpihd tlnluir. he tbnll In. be stme n stily In the soil il -u in ta- -be fails to del'enl the plalnnlV d. I '. nnd the plainllir ircovel- a lli.nl to I it nt fnr his whnle di bit or c'aim. In -bn'l bn l-nlilled In execution njtivlust sa .1 tu' sr ipient ntlnehliig t'lnllior for n anusal ilninagei nml nil rot. thu no, mi i the lltlinttlou of stud suit nfler Ibe en'ry of snld .nli.iipient iiitiiiblitg mil i i Src. ?. Wheneier nnv .ul.. ir .t nttm hlng ereitilnr slmll so. . . d i. Ii ill in defeltdiiijr or ibleslini all cr any wil of llie pkillilitr t'lnuii ..r di mneil in -old suit, mi llie giieio I iI.jii ii h eliilui is fWniibileul or hvhih-i . r I i n , be .hull l-e eiililbtl to ju ltfin. I it . I r ecnllon ngsiiisl llie plaislilf in n I n lion for tiich co.ls I hat bate a i icd f terenln by snld tub.eqnent mini Itmjf citilitnp as llmiTOtil In I'oie wleiin llie nriloii is tiled nmy la in tls di-. n um, notwithstanding the ptainiilf may li.ua juitltnieiil fur some hhiIoh ( h t 1 1 nm nunlntt Ibe prliieiml ib-fi iidaoi ill a I suit. Approved, December 0, 1K.V! No. 17 AN ACT iclntinj lit n .mi between inpnilnert, input ece rt a id tenant, in common. ( i'i hcrely tnnrleil. Ac. Src. 1. I'lte nelion of m-e.n,nl, er nny other proper nrllnn, innv be bron -ht nnri miilnlalneri by one or more purren its or i-oparcetier or lenniils m com uion, to settle and ndjusl their arc units and dealings, in the tame lualiiii l' us It plovidcri by mi net entitled till m t It' lining lo nrliout bdwien ciji.iitneis,' appiovtil November full. A D IH.'iJ Skc. 2, Tlilt net slmll tnke i lled from its passage. Appiovi'd, Decrinbcr full, 1833, No. 18. AN AO'l'ln n ldilionlii chip. ter Iweiil v eight of the tinnpiletl lint- liti s, relating lo bail. All here by t nnctrd ,)C. Sr.c 1. Whenever ll shall be marie to appear lo llm snpieine or fount v necoii,A"t,rtii'.i.iwt.ytirii.bo ha ty sb now or whleh shall iK'ieafler bo pending therein, that such poison was induced In enter bail by iiilsrcpretcnlnlioiii or promise of indemnity fur entering such bail, which slmll not luivu been per foi nnd, on leitsoiinblii request, tho coin t in which suit Is a-mliiig it hero by authorized to direct, on application of the bail and lltu i ontcnt ol the per son or pally for whoi security tho hail, is laken, lo discharge such hall, nnd order new lmll on ttlcb terms as said t-ouit thall adjudge to bo reaiou able. Src. 2. This net thai! lake effect from lis pasnge. Approved, December C, 1833. No. 19 AN ACT in addition lo twen. ty-eighl of llm compiled Statutes, re- lining In process, ( i'i hereby enneted, .Jr. St'.C. 1. In any nelion of ticspntton thu cine, pending in liny conn III lilts Slate, llie plalnliir sli tll be id'ourd lo join In his ileelaration ro uils In leilh of the aforesaid forms of nelion for tha saiuu mii-in'miri taiiic. Site. 2. Tills act thall lake tflcct fiom its passage. Approved, December C, 1833, No. 211. AN ACT iiiit.ldilton Incbap. ter llnrly-oue of the Coiniilvd .Stat ute., entitled 'process.' It il herebg emxeted.ft Sue. 1- Any netlon or tub before the upreirw or riMiitly iiiuri. in wbirh any lailiisid corimrnlion in Ibis Statu shall Im- lUfciirinlil. in. iv bo hroiljtil, tried and dulcmiiitsel m any e .imly m which the nid of mi . s(rii -iu tbull h bfalnl. Apprured, Deeelldwr fi, H5J Nn. 21 AN ACT In relation to d lew of cteesilion. ( ii herebg eimetml. Ijr. S0. 1. All net fill illed 'mi net fo reKil 'eeliiai fmly-siti ofiduiititr folly file at r 1 1 k. lumpiUiri tiuiiiict in r hiiion In loi add nml lofismial lev ie..' upg.r ivid Novemtir 12ih 1832, i' hereby n pial cd. Src 2. This net ihall take rflVtt fro ii ft. io'sti. Appcel, Dremlfr C. 1833, No. 'il AN ACT in nmeii'lmt-ni of stiisn lliiiom r-f clwer " Inm drrd nod suieiid'irt- com, !' I -'' ltls, relslloii to llw eouijM-ii'alioii of sberifTs and jsil leeperi. i'i hertUj enneted, At. HtC 1. 8t ni'li'd sf r'i"" i'i I'een of efetHer mte Itnmfred nod ml- u of C.'tqiileil SllllUlef M ri'"tt ll mmps-imttlnn iiinl feet of sheriffs nnd t.ret'r. In ecrinln s, it f) ntm ml d nt lo rend m follow I'or fne.ibl nsul washing for lt prinists nnd Hole or town j !, 4ii tlatUr irr week fr'MtJ ! H'' dy tilnt to Ihfl flrsj day of NVm.'rf and from list '! day of Ninnii'a-r to tte Hut iUy of May, I o dollars and fifir eents jier week. Kr.c 2. Tlilt net shall 11" ttTrcl from in imssssg. Apfirotfd, Novcmbrr 2C, 1833, It It titled that Mrs, Miller, da lyliier of Gcrnl Hmlld. eteilet jrr.-et dent if ctot'Mily In Wbii?'", t by npanoii to full lllwiaw c-iv"'