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CO'rt "nr D 'fT'i ViignfahlPnif(i It lbnbtlLn- National VOLUME 1. Courting Under Difficulties. Kate Flake was the only diugh-t.-r iif Jacob Flake, the old miser ol West jiriHik. She was more than commonly pretty, and Iter frank, engaging manners enhanced the charms ot' golden hair, pearly skin, and eyes like the blue .skies of summer. At ner miners t:.: a sue would ie she Would be Heiress to Ihe lure llutc sum ot sev- . ,i,.,i ov,.r ,1R. crieket, ami fell head- J euty thousand dollars, and though ; Ul ag.dust p.-ggv, was stand men generally profess not to ,t in-; is M,it upright, trviug to collect, t!iie;,cca by pecuniary matters in ' her seiUScrcd ei.ses." ail'iiisoflovcit is to be reason i- .. -j,,. ; t.,.;L.tj j., I,t)0k ; lii.V supposed taut tins pr.ispectH'i; ; weaif 1 v 1:0 nieiuis lesseiieil the , innnocr ol jut ai'.e.ers, .i:Kiii;; tiionc moi ardent, and peiliaps iiiost liieci IV, was V.'ill i a; t moil! li.w itli a heart I.'.l;;:-!' than .r.-e, a:!1' vi 'l- co:s -l ( i . ' . : 1 ' . ' lei.a'.eiy, old ,(c,ht nr h-.m.i ui.i-cr of his d.u. ais Ji 'iil ; he v. 1 and a;-. t l:a e pill I; '.li''.'" he won 11. 1 1,' !;V' : -use: to i;.c si 1 test int:- i-'i .. ;.i 1,! ike v j"i(,s i:.-i-; wcii 'i', . c liia-t ei Y.m tar, '.. in l.wv.r ot 1'i-w hi ; 1 ijpii.-ed at . no Let ; ,:'!!( a U Mr aioer in-. - 11. 1 J.I. lite l'e- ,el'M' ptlllCip: 1 ecu.) -I lie 'A lie. ill'ut 1 lioie-ill I 1 ! - o asociati v. ii a 1 he oiui t.i til! S (Lie!!, Ii .led into i er (,,-. i.f :i r. tj..i.e - I his d a lie fair. .1 .1 a: ii a:-. v. a;, s, all iii I lied ly in i ' ' ill .of ot. a iii.!: a'ii eai 111. J CX'.ICC eij : 1 .i H Uii7 .... :f 'i 7 iig ei'. a :a 1 iia, o er ih. iv was iiif door. Iviiie tarn " l'ilel e i , w l.:,t siiail e 1 i '1 poo ou a 1 e 1' ..ie ill 11 An.i w e 1 'il .' it SC! Due tod : ir.i v; a tii : do iliV f vii tld t'.IC he ib - ii-iiat'jj 'i ri pu; 1 .. 11 an e.app , ' 1 i..it. l.ai'al ' a 'let and ilait iu a l.'io- .' 1 a al iil'-l lit rival!, id ill the oil. Mr. : '. d ' ia-i'e, r 1:1. ee. I'i',7. I don't cei'.iy, i lu-re is want to it lil.iV i.-'ar. a here are you . ;.7i..:;-l t.e pi'.ie Pike, i can't t, .1 .living voice et he v idow er of a ; ear. . hie'a wa v T eil I'.ave Oil! v, Daniel 1 I c easy. Good I 1 il.'.ci Pike. Well I i'.ev 1 a lope:;' buist 0:1 the air uncorking of a champagne I .if botth , ia m v Ci i jblot lilft d tint l'eggv. ier Jai iat.1 li ob say .' I jsscd bv a i.cc.r; man si "la-i dak" mind hi.-; own business ! ii'b'i ted the' ;-4uire. You anil I can take ! are of our.; w itlmut Ids help;" , and 1 a 1 r followed .1 l'epolt simdiir I to i lie hist oiii,,' more ol it. '!!o he ipuet, 1 eiu.fi, and let 1111 get a light. Sit right down then afore ihe lire and mak..1 oiiise'.! home. A light v as soon pioeui ed, Feggy die.-."d heladf Cl In f wfapjiiligs, and biu,.hing like :i iil in her teens sat dow n opposite the Squire. "il'sa line evening," said Feggy. 1 by t hi1 way of opening ihe comer sal ion. i "Vcia," replied the Siiuire, lira w- ing hi ; ..rni over her lac. "Oh, good gracious! Daniel, don't si I ijuite m nigh Io me, 1 that is I don't eciiddcr it strictly piopi r. Meicy! wind's that?'' I ioth listened attentively. It v.as ihe w iud rattling th" w in dow, I guess,'' said the Sipiire. Hoti't voi'i o lo getting to nervous Fcgg.v.' "I 1l1011gl1l.it wmi Katie waking up and if she should, I bluuild nev er hear the hist of it.' 'Hark! There is a noise W "Gracious ui it It ! it's bells. It's Jake iiiid inarm coiningback I What diallldo? We're iluiicJ Oh Sipiire, taint right for to be nothing to 1.110 'totiicr ! Jh help inej What nhall I do P "Till 1110 where to ;o, Peggy ! Say the word I'll go anywhere, lor your Hake, if it 'h up the chimney." "Under the lounge, quick! It'u BRADFORD, VERMONT, FRIDAY, uid", and will hold well, don't dela v a minute !"' Quick ! i I The Rjfjuire obeyed, but tlie sjiace I was so well lined that it was with ! lil!ieiiiiy could squeeze himself:1--"1 "l ".n. "!.. into so small :l compass. And ju.-t j writes of the two eminent Wmont- as he succeeded, Mr, JJlakc and his , ers who are anions the If-ailiny nr . wife entered the room, ilouudci in-' ,js!s tjlrtt l;lV(. t.ir studios at Fhr- i.oni.iine tiarK, lor r.-ry nan; iiceiued it nest to extni.-uish the li.uht. Jake made for the lire which t ii1 glowed red 1: !i coals SlUlll- out tht-iv, old .:.nv n r,v..i. .... i.v ,:.!' the m-k- cue ie'l. iiirn. I can't te'.l .ltStil.lt .' l.-ach- hi-, iiand to feci his sii a. it .on, iih tile ;!;;. i-(,;:iing ia eoiilaci. !"1P lace of Soujre. Ji' goil ! whi.skcrs ! le': iVg .' S ! wie. ic a:e you ;uul whcl' "s Kate? a !m! v, iiui is llii-, .' 'j he Soiiiie did not reji5.l1 the as--a. lit 1 1 1 . 1 i 1 - ou his ilisufe ajipeiala .les, and by the way of rctaliaf ioa, i:e.ie a .series of vigorous kicks win ii lot nk he 'ia pci ; e i Hi :!l Dartmouth ia the ,e iiuaiii'-'i and iiiired Old ly w ol'. 'out ii 1 I" e! that Itlll cliapj cxi i.iiiuf-d iiiing to .siiiii e my M- iii' ;is we're ou'd better not at a-ain." :;-;;L;ted iYgg : a 1.1 i.-ii. 1, to 1 "ii; -t'.iligs r.--e voice ;i 'i, a th here ? taat s a 1 ! "It i I ) hi i. o'.v .' cried Jake upright po.siiioii. i e'.,j',Vil OVl-l" -. 1'i ill) an "I'll let vi 1 io"s no .'" .11 !v :,!'.', said iii' t lie old ;o itiSta '.vim own ; voi'-e of .'dt's. lady M-i-aiiibed itiy down again where are , ou J and get a ii.'at. 1 a'.W out, N.-iicu ('.lake ; ji;ii e:.y to o er a chaii r. .bike install'., v oar iii "' - I tip th l- a: :i ;i io ei'. id ja-t tioai iiea 1 lag i he bl-eak loose Upon tlie ' O11W -v. ow. ,v 1. li near. ..:a Li if. a i ii" t: ( 1 , , ati ii 00 g. who I d niaiiaged to I Lor, iiislied st-t up hi bos ai;!' laid a taoi iud lie: 1 her tea liorror r r.i.r love ep liilil olli- tl) lli-S l.'iL trollg t lloll;;h to ki 1 t la;v.. lie.or, H; luiiovcd ... i..Vwl', ivatii' ( rd ; o w ..1 arc! v. .; h a iia:a- "ii iiig t. e. : -1 eggy Hang her ' Si Hire's Sleek wit it mi Jake .; as silent ai ins around n a ei v oi tei .r. ita auia.euiei.t. Mi.s. I:ia tif only one woo pose.s.-i '.' ':! s. .-die ;-ei:-:ed t'ae corn 1 ke v.as d Lr '"I 'per. 1 and laid ..7. 'i;t her with ig"i'. 1 T. -;:!:::! was not anvnvs correct 1 and ia 1 lee-eipieee. .-h" smasiied tiie i..oki:;g -glass into a thousand fia. 1'7'iits, and kiiucketl dow a the dec troia us s'.ieii' ami dem liishcd iv. ii,j-, is and g pitclu r that wt re quiet-1 iv ri'posin.; ea the mantle. ! ' 'i he S-piiie l".oie fiom regg's ' cm 1 u ace ' and liasiml out of the j wiiatew. . HI tia'aiwed lam ana i Mrs. a! would have pursued by diet, but slie was t; little h, same too lavge to get thloilgil with case. A i.;-i-:!il."l i'liiii'.si-l was liolden ; Jake stormed Mrs. I'.lake threaten ed ; and at last Kit tie ami F'-ggy confessed. And JaKe and his wile were . 0 rejoiced at the prospect of gi (ting liii of Peggy, that they for gave their daughter and look Will Dai (mouth home at tiie end of the yi ar. And in d ie time, lYggy and the S 'aire v. ere ninde one Ih-sli. Of:; PjUilJlMAiil.. We are pass ing tov aid hind red olllsdves. l)o not regta-l it if the eyes grow dim. Cll W ill j the ear is j sorry. If ! and your e better by and by. If row ing hcuv , do not be ."ur youth is passing, iieauiv fading, do not mouth, i. .oiiriiamt iremim'.- our i'u.'jt is unsteady with ag ami be not depies"! d in spirit. With every iiiiiiediiaent. with eerv sign of the j tai, ing down of this tabernacle, ie- . n. ..in I ...e 11.-.) it i j li'o "it ri 1. i 11 the I,,.,,, ii.... ,1,.. , ,.'.,...1. I...,.;,'? ..,,,1 I I ' III til. Il l.l. 11 111,1 1 " -.I", "II"! 1 that wiicii next yon pitih ourtab I ciimele it shiiil be 011 nudist 111 bed shore, and that there, with eyes 1111- j wet with tears, through an ntnios-j phcre iindiuiiued by clouds, and be-1 lure ii God unveiled and never to be w rapped in darkness any more that theie, looking back upon this world of ignorance ami siiiioting and tumble, and upon the hardships of the way, you will with full and dis coming reason, lift up jour voice and give thanks to God, and say, "Tin re was tint m.i trouble too much; there was not one soriow too pieicing.'' And , 1.011 w ill thank God, in that land, for the very things that wring team tioiii jour eyes 111 this, Loot; then, to that, better land, mil of all the trouble of the way, sigh for it, piny for it, prepare for il, and enter into it. There wasu "Topsry"in the police eouit, in Detroit, last Friduj, in the shape of a colored girl who was called to take the witness utand. Sdio surveyed the witness box a few moments, and after mounting (ho highest portion of it that she could find, directed the court to "go ahead widde Fide,'' evidently Hujriiosiiig that Min wiw to be sold. V.-..1..-II v.. 11-1... ;l MO l:ll IM.r Illtll Il -Til, I,, ,,l,i,., ; -' '- !01...l'l- ........ ... ...... .......,...,- . ...... ..v..v Vcrmonters in Italy. Carlton,"' the foreign correspond- . . ' , . , ' , , n,!... , Hi::.v:i Powei:?. I.onttest residence in I'lnronce of a'.I the American artists is Mr. Po.v ers. I lis studio is on the west side of Avon iu tiie, Via Sct,i','!i. ',; Mliit tia' hell aid IlieiiiHir oiieii A mail, whit clay. ( oini gi ay Ii a i re d . dressed iu ;:! apr.i:!, his l:ai.; 1 i'iii!ws!i cap fr.ua an iiiner ; liite-beai'ded iv. wearing a s covered wit h oa his head, luor.l to greet if note of his as : but ou t il.e iit dress, fur your attef !!;-oi bed by ! lie !i:iid. ting radiaiii''1 1 1' jus eye-;, the v. !-t s.':,;ie a if! the earr.isi t.aies tii in is wholly , 'ear. p.-netra-hi!'k, deep s t i:;i,m his i'.ife. ; of his voice, he was a child i-'iil v f.ve vt rrs auo at j-iav 1 II 1 he !:, ia: s 1 -!' I he (..'ounce - :, Vei-inont. La vie ;t:i emigrant but h,r tWe'itv- t iclll . i .1 Wo h! -Ioi ter. iii s ' !( r in i-: and w ( !; to 'I,;.,' liiia1 y ai s he h is been l.ei e in eacc, stlli'iViug, t Miil)e- j,);!- M.u-iiii- I.lim; ti. but n.iov v; e 1 1 i hluil ,iio;it the ( :.',i!i;:ed i Known rid as one ei' t If. tnaslers of eit. It v. mild be a pieasi-r.', had we time, to ..it u'owii with vair leaders in that .studio and la:!: of the beau iv of ( !iae ra." "America," ' Ydi- e i-i:!.i"aild "Pro. riia .'"Cordelia." d the niatele !'i,:ai iu the at the bcliig jj.lwat'd live- to take il T.eW look !.- s iif. f!o;iI.ieit of ( i 1'i'ek Shu e to gaze iiitiit eouiiteliance ef i'eti. tuk 1 w Ii' ti he wa.i in full vig eagi'i of maiil'.ood, er lh" or and sire; I e'l si ; cv. iiliii l:.a.:.-:ve h'.ow 1 . 1 ori:;ln.il ef the bum it oi the ;--t.,tf I louse 1 cosier. 1 1, statue in 11 I his ton. Th hand is mare '. h'eil fi oiu i V, IH-Il i a ia ar :i7 than th io-.es llOlU' S r.osltlol '.il! il'Ullilless have tiO'leed tliat the iigtioie ef rods emblematic of .;'ie (. 'niou, upon i jiic'i tiie orator r'.-ts hi.s iiiunl. does not stitud per .. 11. in iiiai. ytr. i;oweis designed to represent Mr. W'ehsor us sup. porting the i'liioii. Acrit;e in one of the papers at the tilueof it -t erec tion stiid that Mi'. I 'ewers had t'i tiieCtiioii akew. "I tin'iik,'' said lie. u ii h oniet humor "that every 1 body will admit that it ha; been : askew of !..t( --i'-'. t nwer . iw la- i i 10 t - . : J . v.-. 1 .a i when here eral yi ars ago. spent maiiv boms 111 his stndiD eonver.mg , uixai art. '! am eatlv indebted 1 ; to him," said Mr. 1 "Me has dom a great deal more for me than I can ! eve" do forhiin.'' Mr. Kveivlfs ex- j lensive learniiig. liis researclt into j ancient literature, his ripeue. s ol' euiie.re, ami ju.ruy 11 ena racier. enabled liiui to present suchxieus ef art is wen. of illeidcUnlble bene- lit to the artist. Mr. i'owers is a true i'lit ml t i'the Fiii'in am! a mosl -earnest an.ua!e of liberal ideas. F.y w old ;:t.d dec d he has done what ho could to sas tain our nation:1.! cause, and the same, may be said of all the aiiiMs In re I hat through all the daik days of the hist live scar.-, they h:tve!,cpt good heart and faith that iVeideiii would win the vietoiy. I till ing the war an English lady visited Mr. Powers' studio an 1 a-k-cd if he had u bust of Jeflersoa la vis. '1 have not bad the plea.- uf , I executing him," was the reply. 1 Seeing a bust of Fiesidcnf .Tick-; so:i on a shelf, she inquired who it j was. 1 " l'lml is Gcucrd Jackson," .said ; Mr. Powers. '(. Stonewall Jackson ! 1 .mi :-o , dc'iiilcc!.' I "No. niadain, but the man who would lain;' Stonewall .iackbonj k- ' were ho alive These incidents wills, tie to .show that the hoy of the Grc( 11 .Mountains has lost nothing of his !o ally to the I'nioii by a residence of nearly thir ty ,ears abroad. I w ish that your reader" could see his "live Disconsolate"! he inex pressible anguish and grief the heart overllowing with bitter re pentance. It seems as if the tears must roll down that marble cheek, and a cry escape from tiuvse half opened lips, it is an anguish which you feel, and your sympathy is such iis you may have expciicnccd w hile .standing by the kd-idc of a loved one racked' with painm iinguisli which brings liars fi'ia your own cj es. ' In contrast to the sorrow of Kve." me "Hope" and "Faith." to w hich will be added "Charity" I he three christian graces a coiiiiuissioii giv en by ii liberal patron of ai I in Prov idence. I ciinniil lind words to ex press my iiiliniration oi'lht so figures. 1 do not see how it is possible for Ihe iirlisl to product) a i oiiuteiiiiuee surpassing that of ''Faitir' a i s till in sweet trust, conlldeiiee, joy mid rest the full ,atb fact ion of (lie soul. This is imt from a living mod el i but. urlist'n coiicepliou of the chribtiaii faith. How iinmeasuw- the I nit li-ivi-" iM-en k'hi iu'ii l,v youn not niueii aiiuvu lluriy yearsl .1.-, noieus onu 01 or.-uiuch.si "". .,,, u-.;i.i:t; uv . .." . ' ' i. 1.:.. :. ..! 1.. urn' f .1 11 t w 1 1 11111.I1-...1 iter 111 1 r :u u r..t . nu 1.,.. tii.i . ......1. ' 1- ; . : i.,.;'.i;,, w.. ..... i wiuciv known, l-aiteriii'.- tiie u- : -mw tne iirsi who leu lor tueir. ".iu.iois, jiain: atA,iie con u.l a il'i.l '! .v , 11 1.1 i 11 ..I iiiiiihi.il:. h. ii S I! .. . , . . . . 1 ..... i 1 . , . I' 1 , . 1 1 ...... 1 I ..... I . . , I, ...I ... I ; o 11 1 ill- III 11 1 M 1)1 CI" ill llieil Oll.sll V . . .n 1 i.mi iu-uu. v v. il.s llio U.I I- 1 " " r'.' 1 iii. ..ii. in 1 , 14. .1 Li tiiive vov'-aeii are cn'-i o-.l ,,',' 1 work, for alt hough the lna.-U r is jhnit chief Diakos,' who with a f-w j Voni her concealment, take her 1. . .1 ' T'S .-. . 1 ; absent, there is no eessatio't ofla!or : f"lhwers, Siood against the infidel I force to the house of her rtcstit 1 1. 1 j uii.-. .1 1 in- in. 1 . . Opinion. MARCH 1, 1807. .iiysiipcriorismouernim,;ouia;:oi, tlie aueiem -i ill tins respect . Ilovy 1 ol"' .ls ",,,v"-' 111,1 gross ami se n sual bv n-ieh a serm. in stone as 1 t,iis; .,.,.,. ,vill 10 ,. 1(SS,,S. s. ,,f this treasure, lint with the liuht of this countenance following lis, let us st to the studio of allot h- er lnau ot inns. M!!. ?Ii: AOS STI'PIO. Near th" studio of Mr. Jackson that of Mr. I. irkiii G. Me.ii Tr., of I'a.ittleboro. Vt. Mr. Mead is now in A nii-t'ii-:! rill liisunc In V'iir.iic. 1 is Ins .studio. ;,Ir. .Meade i iceii exeei-diiil v indudrious sine est ah. lishiag himself ia ''loreiic". -':les his Jjejio,'-' which is well known in the Tailed Mates, there ire a dozen 1. 1 or more statutes: one of Sappho; another entitled ihe ibiniier" a little hoy full ot Imp-.'. 1 i.ergy ami ambition, in the easy at- i tiiiide of a runner, it is. iu r-ie. . eompanion to 'Tji-ho' ti c graceful iiiaideii. who has given a bja.vt upon a born and who is listening for tie." let urn of Ihe distant echo. I know i i f nothing more pleasing than this j concept ion of Mr. Meade's. Jtis not ' a subject which stiis the soul Jd.e I that which Mr. J 'on ers has chosen to represent Ihe Chiisl ian's Faith, bin it i.-so winning that you can look at if without ever becoming weary. Larger than t hose, are his concept ions of "A mcrioif' ami the Muse of History.'' '1 lie last figure is that of a iiiaid.cn standing on a half globe, or rather walking o 1 it; a wreath upon her brow, one bright star above her forehead, and an open book and pen at her feel. I'po:i t he page of the historic vol ume will le written simply the one won Lincoln j .Mr. M.-ade hn net been apathetic to tie- great even's 0!' the past live ears. biit. as might have, been ex pecte 1 of a ran of Vcrmoi.f. has felt tiie p.'itio! le I'ervoVolthe hour, and has produced a soldi"!' of the I'lii-'ui telling the simy of the battle to ids liltle daugliU r. lie is a soldier how for a day iron camp miiitarv overcoat, hi- Wc ' 1 1 1 : r l. .a :i:- Me. II is '.it '. da eg lit er si : 1 en one knee, her warm breath falling- upon his weather-beaten face, her hps al most touching his so ardent in love. Into the manly brow of thi-i defend er of our eoiiii.r.v the artist has thrown all that heroic resolve, de termination, which m as eh hone ai d confidence t.-e-lel f-tio of t he sol- d.iers f f the l.'niou. j could but think, as I gazed upon it, that iiiere w as many a mother in America whft, if she should behold it, would weep bitter I ears loved ones, at the brave . leeolleetioll of and title, who. wheii Ilie fit lough was ended. bade a tearful farewell to tiie fair h liivd child upon hi.s knee, and w ent aw ay, idas! to return no ni""c. How many thousands of sudi fat hers are there asleep in front of Petersburg, at ( iettysburg, and in the horrible trenches of Anderson v iile ! Pi-sides this. Mr. Meade has a fig ure enlithd "Mystery," and anoth er of countr.' gill feeding fowls, both lousing and ex. ccdiugly siig gcsiue. In addition are several mailer figures, all worthy of nut ice, but I have not time nor space for a desi 1 iptiou of I heir iitl ruction.-'.. I do not write this with a critic's eye. but rather to I t our readers ; know what 11 1 se men of geiiii's are : doieg i-i Ih s foreign laud. . A h. IT ... .1 .. ., . 1.1-1 . ". -iiou noes una iooiv ; sain Air. do 1 . .v. ....1. -i. : .thisbrawi.y hand. s, "looks as it you ' 1 rami That holding out 1 said Amos .7M out (.'1' Soil p.' A FfxxY SidiiY. Aii incident in the history of the rebel Congress, suppressed at the time, has lately 1 o;ne to light. A short time bef. ire the fall ol Kichiuoiul, while the re bel Coiigiess was dceplv concerned iinoiii me criu uy ami laut.ariiy 01 the Noil!:, a woman of 1 hat city walked lilt" the House ol Ki piv sen- t.vtives and attacked three members with a cowhide, cast igating them mercilessly. At last the Speaker 1.1 ii... , :.... .,. :,. 1.;. 1 niiiiii me lu.iii in inn 111 in.--, ..mi lietd lu r iticre until she went into hvstcrics. She said her intention was to chastise the. eiiti;e body be- cause of its abuse of ihe North. The 1 louse passed a ivsolut ton to keep the matter secret, and I he Kichiiioiid papers never mentioned it. "Sure," said Patrick, rubbing his head with delight nt the proici-t of a prest nt from his employer, "I ill way s inline to do my dull." "I believe ynu,' replied his employer, "and therefore I shall make yon a present of nil you have stolen from me during thejeiir.'' "1 thank yoin honor,'' replied Puts, "and nuiy ail your friends and acquaintances tratc, you u.i liberally I" The California papers slate that It. C. Gridley, w hose famous "sani tary sack of iloiii" Itiought into the treasury of the Sanitary 'oininisaion over $ ITo.ihmi, is lying sick ami in want, with a helpless family depend ing upon him, at , Stockton. Meas ures were being taken for Uia relief. lb- is a native of Vermont, vet w'th the S;-:irtaM and hislittlei , i . . I I ... ...I ....... 1.. .... .... T. ... 1 . .1 1 . ', . . c- ...a I. ; . L. NUMBER 38. A Moih'.hx Lr.oMD.i. The old ,.,.. yj , . 1 .Sal.imis. , Thoriiiopvhe. is founded on no more glorious deeds than were achieved in repelling the armies of the Turks, As 1 wandered amonu: the wild and noble s; 1,1-iy wiii ic f-t ill stands tiie mound of I.eouiihi.s :iiid hi-; iinnior tai three hundeed.oft which the Spar tan inscription Ion;; since disapiicar cl fro; u the vision to live et.i rnailv 111 the nieinory of mankind, the lu - t.rin ol another a nioiUin nida. ; rose before me, side bv hosts of Omer Vrion-se. at the en , trance of that same narrow pass. ' All wtit; .-lain or taken prisoners, , Diakos was among the latter. lb.1 - ttas brotight intothe pres'"nee of the j j'ni kisli J ;(.y, and questioned dosdy : v, ith regard to the insurrection, lie ; replied, "All Greece is resolved to be free or to perish in the attempt." M: life was offered OI, lit ion of entering the Turkish ser vice. Ot cours 1m refused. 'Twill pill you toucath," .said the i'adia. index you jom jiie." J recce," at swered !iie h sic ha-; umay V"''i clini'ac re, "will lose tint one: i it death. Ail this seems so 1111 a 1 iakos besides me.-' j nal oral to us that we seek for a rea erisiie crueltv t h e i for Midi an apparent violation Turks le.ioived to impal and, w it ii a re!ii:e;neu which r. g.'ie.ls its of tk. iuo tragodv evar 1 d on this earth, they made Inm bear tue instrument of Ids own death. As he walked thus shamefully burdened to the place of execution, he cast a look about him upon the face of nature, all smiiing with th bcaatv of soring trange contrast to the bloody) w ork of human hands and repeat-1 i d. from one of the dd ballads, of the j country "ii. -ii.il.! lie- lime i' .( ("nuroii chose to tafci? ini' iV. i.i tii- io ivij ; 1 in- I. i !i ;.: iiii-.ii,i.i'; iii.iv v i li Pii- cr-, th.' i-anii ;iu t l'urtli it.i bi rl'ii.i'-," and then for three hours lie bore wilii unshaken soul the agonizing death they iallictedoa him. (Irtcx, AiWicni (tnJ .Vo.rn', o 1 ',-ot'. FiHcn A Iifl.B WnjIiiLT AX Fxr'EP T'.MN There are exception to eve ry othi r rule but the "rule M' three." As vcur itmoi iu 1.1 .-..in. ,i,,,iii nut .1 1 ,,-;ii i. a . i- ,. s'to voitr cash iuhamb and ear -.v..'.,-,-. v.ni viinu 1.1 1..1 11.1, .1 11.1 o I. I constant ah iv to meit them. V.n.r my to met i them. liii nit uro may be hv.s showv th in that of your iieighbor, but neei mind, lletler are cane hot toned I clmus and mahogany table that are idler, than spt ing cushums am! iiiiiio.e j;i,-::n;es on u note oi six ,.( . . niont I'ashii hs. V mable iur caat may be less than your neighbor's, but. remember theie is a time, for l.a'.aiiei.ig the books and every purse has a bottom. So econoini.e, and always remember the ''rule of three.'' 1 I.n'cid;:m s ix rni: K::ly SiiT I tli:m;:n t of MAiisimr.r n. Vim-. 1 mom'. This town was first settled ! in the spring of J7;ii), bv Maitin 'and Calvin Pitkin, from Fa,-,: Ilait. lord. Ci the fall, eeeding n. They lett the town iii ind returned again the sac- pring, aecoinpanicdbvGid- cou Spencer. Thus they continued to spend tiie maimer hire, and abandon the township in the winter, till bSIJb This year Caleb Pitkin, Giiici Spencer and Aaron Klmorc ; move , ter, v ! lour the v i killei ! v,.' 1 their families here iu the win de 1 lie snow was, moie limn cl iiee p. Anil sometime 11 r,two ef t'ae intrepid pioneer .even hcavi rs iu one dav ' ' 1 ' ig be fore this time, the town - 'ui siiii) was luirehased nl 1 v Isaac Marsh, Fsq., was deeded to him. '. .... . snip was purchased ot the Indians, or y 170, and The deed was signed hy lightretii of the Stock bridge frihe of Indians then resid it g in Now York. Seventy-eight yiirs ago Marsh held wusii w ild de.s. i t, a sale retreat forbears, wolves, moose ami other animals of the foiesf, w ho w a re only inoh'sled when pursued by the hunt- j er. uv, us the traveler passes j along up the Wiuoo",ki into the town, his eve is addciied and he is delighted iu dew ing the wa ll ctilti valed tarins, with nice buddings j ihat mark the steady and frugal in- ' .1.. .1 ' . . .. i . . , 1 11111 1 v 01 me occiipaius ; nun us nc 1 1 passes luilher ir u bevoiid the ph usunt ami liourishieg village, : gr.itilied with feelings of eiilinsit v iu viewing the varied scenery of the distant hills ; his attention soon at hailed and his car greeted by the perpetual mar and foaming of the water of the WimmsLi. that rushes down a remarkable cataract, ttheic the wider laiL nearly live handled feet in the disUiice of thirty reds, It is recorded that our of the larg est real estate ow reis in Mobile has deducted one thild of the iiiiioillit due lioiii his tenants on notes given lust year, and receipted ihem in lull. The Southern l.'elief Association of Si. Louis has raised ? IU 1.7 l i for distribution nt the South, of which iSii:,7:'S has been iippiopiialcil ill fiioiuy, p'o isioiis mid clothing. Among Ihe jilants destroyed by t!i.. lire at the Washington Conser vatory wii a Sugo pitlui, which wus plii tiled by Gen. WauhiiiUii:. CocRTsirrp rs Geeem-asd. There is sotnething exceedingly mel andioly in the accounts which are fiiyeii of the custom of courtship in Greenland. ( ienera'dy women enter ujion tb; Itlessed estate with more willingness and less solu-itude than the men. The women of Greeulaud are an exception to this rule. A Greenlander, having fixed his affec tions upon some female aciiuainta his parents with the state of hi h'art. They apply to the parents ol'the f;irl, and if the parties thus far are agreed, the next, proceeding is to appoint two female negotiators, ! "hose duty it is to broach the mU jject to tlie young lady. Ilie lady i ambassadors do not bliock the young lady by any sudden or abrupt avow- :.l of the awful siiuiect ot their mis sic:;.' Instead of this they launch out in piaises of the gentleman who seeks her hand. They speak of the splendor ef his house, the miniptu 011 sues.-; of his courage iu catching seals, and other like, accomplish ments. The lady pretending- to bet atl'i 'mtcdeven at these remote hint?, of ain- snt her !7 husband, ami there lease her. v ompeiieit to reaum mere, sao sits for days with dishevelled hair, I silent tiiid dejected, refusing every ' kind of sustenance-, till ar last if : kind entreaties da not prevail, she U j compelled by force, and even blow. to submit to the detested union. Iu some c.ttKi, Greenland women faint jn! the proposal of marriage ; 1:10th I ers, they (ly to the mountains, and" I only return when compelled to by cold and hunger. If one cuts oil' her hair, it is a .sign she intends to re- liiu alive ; ! ot tuo lirst principles of human na of torture 1 ture. The Greenland wife is the i lavi o! her ausiiaial, dootned to Ui ! lit" of toil, drudgery and privation, ami, U lie me, she and her children have no resource against starvation. ADrvunfE. A corresjiondent of the ''Volksfound.'' writing from ''In. dian IVarie,'' relates the following: "In Sullivan county a young mar ried pair, wlio hud been united in the lunula of wcdlork about six years, having become somewhat niu Imiiiy dis igtYeable of late, the Iiih- 1 band, in his anger, hastened to a iiuvvi-r mill took steps to obtain a. 1 1 i voice tioiii his vife. One. davhe I came home to his wife and said to j her, "Ilelsey, I have fulfilled your ! wish ; yon said you wished you were ! si perated from nte here is the de I cree of ilivcrce." 1 1 is wife was at 10 t.i Mil iiii.A".;, oe.t iav nxj muitr- . . 1 x- t... 1;. i 11.1.H 10 express anv emoiiou. Shu Ls:,M be was ready to leave; sho . . , . '"' " I"'U1 "I1 oods ; "i.Mien mm 10 oe pri'senc to see . .1 : 1 1 1. : ... - 1 .. . 1 nai aae ioo:: nm nuig et-eept wnai was her own. lie stepped into the adjoining room, where the buieau . . 1 . 1 j 1 mi it ! :""" V were, ine wito i. eeiieu 111 ;,oeil-- in lilKO Olll. I IIO (clothes, when suddenly her eyes fell l upon ii small dress, and, quite over ; come she broke out in eoiivulsivo I weeping. The hti. bnnd, hitherto an indifferent observer, remarked her 1 emotion and discovered the cause. It was the dress of their only child, a little daughter of .three years who had died almost three v'ears airo. The husband was not less iiu'.c.tcd. '' the sight than his wife. He. em. j I'rncod her with emotion, begged her I jmrdou again and again, tore, the.- decree of divorce into a thousand I pieces, uas.iencu to 1 ie lerii sottlee, j took out a new marriage license, and wl'.s "'"""'cu lujtneiiiately to his lato w lie. nUTAUTY OP THE TURKS. How the Tuiks carry on the war iigaiiist the Cretans is demonstra ted by an incident related in it letter '.loin Athens. The Christians iu Se l lino were informed bv the Consnla j at ('.un a, thai European tslwps .vi, ul. 1 appear nit Sugia and take mi ah lamiliis awiiy as chose to leave the island. In lonscquem 0, nearly three ll.oiisiind waaieii and children ti n ke.l tli'oh'-r. iinxioiish awaiting Ihe niiha! of ihe 1 roiaftcd vessels. A large .sicanicr iqipearcd, carrying Ihe linglisli llag, iiiid was cheered bv I hose on sho; e, when suddenly the steamer turned out tube uTurk ish shin of war. opened her porta and fired her broadsides into tho hctplcssiif.il unarmed crouds. Over one hundred and fifty wonit 11 and chihlreii were killed outright and a much larger number more or less so riously wounded. Such wanton acts of crueltv iiiid barbarism nn.st I hasten the tei inioaliou ol itirkioli dominion in Furepth Ll'Xl'K V. At this present mo ment lu Miry in Fiance, America, ami evcii Fiiglaiid has advanced un til il is liceoaiiiig mischievous. Men, and still more women, make of out ward Iiimu'.v a passion, till they ox iicnd loil an. I mental force and lifo i!"df to gratify it, feel de'.ight when tin -ir equipages .lie the thiest, their plate I lie heaviest, their wines tho most expensive, trll iu fact incro siii iouiiiliiigs have become pin t of themselves, absoib and stifle all that ia nobhr in them. To "rise'' into Imve 1 i li Ih ng-i, to idiinc" to have their tidiest, tilings, ami to "fair to give, up lich things or not to gee t hem. There is no harm iu the rich thii'g3, nny more than there in iu pigs' food, but to want them rs pigs want tw ill is to bo piggbdi without iho exeti.'cof 11 1'fg's nature, is to the individual degradation, to node ty an Injury. fy: tutor.