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Aan " min' " In it, 11 1 m,Mand reiilMv Ia mltittifTirit Irnm all f,ll,a. ....1 .1...-1.I itrks mitiioi-t hnkkzimi ll'nr dl'orilrri oftha throat II neti uulekli'. Lui.. ,.1... lTr lt' 8af, tUllaMe, and only Tlllnri-Fili' crnta. IboIJ hl llrilfnrlrta, or inalled Srr. Aililrcw coornn, wilsJin a co., niiii.i,iiu. For a1 In UontnolUtrn.. N K niwn Pr.nt .t ia al llri.ritl.li . OVookb. In NorlhMd'hy im. K. rW tSS n."..! . "a1". . lilHMIH I A ro llnalftii, J, jiikaiiy in., waterbury, VI 77, l7. danly. luyroiu: Yorn siuiit' PKCTACI,i:s,nl M1IKIICAI. (P;IAT1II.N ZTtrhnltmaUt Wi.i.j 0 rtaH 1. w.l mmrW te ivi.i'ij'ri 111,11 l n r lj l.nB! of I ftw Wrftf ImffmrH Inrv fnM. iMsnv nf onr lilont emlnMit I'liYatolana Il.iii11.la M... SftFpertnanenlly cnrmt of Eltriesbyopla, or Knr SIeIiIwIaomi.. i-iiiiIiairDu irion I1.jKpl7iior .'(W.r. Kytt. I",n""i'i r rjr wnunlii. or Wrak Krai. if U10 Rtln, or 0llo Nvrtr. I7"0rlitltahnl, or Inluunmitlon of (h K nnd Itl IintniUtm. SUMl'holophi.Jilil i I Ivr.n. 0 of Lllil f.iepia,.iMicmlrrnicHiMorft.iitii.K(Mi'M Il'iJ(i(jiriU.U. I'Allliil lllinili.. mm u.i.l IK 11.. t f.,, fffr1rf.f tltv J.t. ni.VV tlNKnan uw Ihr IViinv lVl rr.tki .iiK....t .1... a1 r Hoi-tr nr inHlrlnr, ohk torw-pivt liiunitllaii' (,.n wnowjw i tnera ...- rrcfr pwwr s,ti C4Tt.ncnl. or vn-o Hhnro s curr wa rc- IfiWt rUinintMI A 1 liro Ol fivnri ruM wiifWM Itm illri'Ilnna kfm rollotliHL nr w.. will rt'un( tl.a Mnii u ... UlA Or... .ir TRk inMH I ! TIIK V 1 l ror phi" in iiructinui im iKnllafr. lrnirt SlrKlarn mll finr .ml jou, rull silitrtM lo 1" II. Hr J ll.ll.l.Alll ,91 LtOrrty t ,N V. 7") K'-'.'oi aui:ih Wantkd.-tmw iHimu M. fMMllnr of Ui" Irur) KteCutM U a bleMw&t aiwl bonor.Mn .ni, .nl ,iiirl,'i,i, nT .n iJ;iiTpi.rVT. InMnTewliri. Htwlonu anil Parmnrfl. an.1 rr 11 BvlMlr. I" m,kc l.o,.l II, lK . era,,, mrnt. AHptrnm. jVlnTtrm.loAj-umililneloilrnli ..... ..... . . riT.r-rv wonl In lli- l.,l...ln. l'.,lll!.t- touod ui. Ilr,'niT writini I" tii .i!w l.-r muanl, and to tli .Votuw7ii'rfU'i" 'hl "M ""' ,'""dm' "7jt iiio or. vaaKimi, r.'i j-, iw. yitna. ItAriit'iiiNi (' i.i.iti' A llao UirTL'iiK -hiii mii orii rri-nd ir. FniMi., irm.iin SS oi. ' "" "-"'"iin io riMtaui llllK IIOSI "Hr'i.r tlii' or-l m MVOPM, or NKAR , cuace of thc I Mlr7lITKll'.'..!. uaa n p I'll' llVmiTli' ITTll.tl P SillNTH. oiunlj iula.ll mi. ii,llt l ll.r Irorv Ktt ,lVB P0W to lnate uuiw rMitHl lor 1-iMnlililt.t, 10 dldmv 'fe;'." '" rirrnu a !.. i.roiiri.u.r in tlii. rid.d. do tamjHl-, raa -Ui lll t lt uo Iioumi hi waa atttu.(M wllli rSlnKTiultirni i.i.i imuiuliabil I ls.it inr thr ) lefr lir. roniNHi w!i.. Ii tlioutfht a trial dialof In Campoa. l,u( (In- r i i In.t. a.l of itlipluMilnx. Iurnl. ranrMari, aWr..iJ. Iln-U. Ml y ram ..l.l mnH ni hMfTr1 Tinoeoiv 'ri ih.il nn mi thc HicM"t hopf.(,fuT full (liHrrt'tioii to the (vtiihlUhmeut of tfijltla r-ttticr nd Infurm hiui nf thr Ut of hl in'i ltrjK4(lw A ('' nnxll. ntncl.ta, onil Kiiitltix. tlicoi to th Aill'itrfit nwnn r (nf t'miMn nr IX' licf In ttim hlvr.r Wftlr.'llvltlliiKtl thnvilcMMi a d) rrW-tiou wtth tlttjRcllt'f i.urc un thr ChM(, 'nwk aiil wrixtn, thre oC lUtlway'n) llUf wry , wt'Il .TrH that he fOlaJit iun.nf HMt.n I (iitv. h.If kur nr ihmIi Baim deo'Tt-iKmti ofRwnjIvrtit rni'. wuh-r In th fourth tUj'lie w 1.1(5 U ffrt nii fVntn IkI, t-i thc Bt-niMi,pnt nf Try ic wli witm-Mtv. thu m.rt-lei if lif tU.lwai Jt I trmatn. xrDtHtiten, uur rrry uLwllent frrBt, Bm JUAUI IM PlVTft FALTJ.I.. llMfhnnt 9rfJlL&.lwai' Rfifi.l irf 1.1 bv I Iruarn-Uta iiul ITCII ITC1I'" f i a t ri H 1 M Dlli H " ai uati H . ' 1 in rnnn lll to 1 boiir", IWhaatirfi'a OlntHawil enrea Ttw lth. Whutoo'a OlnluiMit uurea Nalt rUiMuav. Ulieatoa'alMntinCDl mroa Tcltar. Wnuaton'adlntlntut eurca Uaflwr'a Iteti. Wliraton'aOlntaitnt cnjraa HMHorea. WHflon'al)intiiMiit ouraa Krrry klftdnfUa mor llht 3IasH. SaoPrt.v -.i etiU a oost ! raatl. 80 orata, Addrraa 1 wm:Ks .i mnKii. xo. tn ViMtAnnon mmt, ivnton, aaiaa., riir nn nr an ifrunnaia. JlfrTII PATl'IIIX HlrX'KI.Kr! and TAN. LTUR 0LT RtLIARLl! llEHKIiT fr tuciaa lf.nn dtaa. Trmtri! ou tlie faala " IVrrt ' loth aml FraekU Lotlon. liVaamt (lv bv 1K. Il (' I'citar. 11 llond bt. Aew IVnrc. I17"rioldort.rwliorn. . M.Yldawioio IltJIIaS. fiX'pitfin of ttiadep .Dtvrior T rt'iBort thc mbm of ntcli ulTrins U Uonl iwctwy to v.iaI.m tht tiiooA wnipllnc lt wllli UiJ iTffWfnf. Inot. II THE I'lUU WW HVRIT, IprottH twl tolattoD t-niM- I'P'iMkldcnf Iron) willdothli &VctUS.ly , U1 it tnjth iijar nil wtr t.. the holytttn. f IHlLTul, iltt. Fur vr I wu a a(Trr frmn Itallf. m tldt uir llfe Ibtcume wrar.Mu.e tltrouth thelr lreqfiit and per iiftent recurrn. flnallj mrbnole furmvd io the Miiilinrui. I'tu-t. Durlnc IU iroaCriM larire nlecei of IfUouiofHMixt Iltmli wer rvvry day or two eut wy, n4 !w proniraiiua ni Kwcmt uuiDnr.uor iu wi ijicm vtre ffreat. U?fof 1 liaJ rtwrurtsl froiu thi AtUcd tiro nwaHtrcarlrunolf-j Utokm out h.tr up, ih1 I watanln thrtU'nod w Uh rwurrenvo of the mfftxof tu whlrh 1 bi4fo ionjc iwii nuSjprt-. II iru at thi thne that I nmenrr,i LnhiojeUie t'KItl VIA.N hVHl T. I ountiuued lnjC it until I hal uod Are liottlei i pIikhi tha I harr ut nothln of tlie kiivl. Fur reari I wa n of the wtnt ui?itriri. (Hhr meUIetn icv tue p&rllal anj njMirary rellef, Imt tUU rmarkajtD rcmnly, lth a W amt intultlre cnM, wot dlrrctly to tlie ruot of tlie 11, antt tlld it nurk wllii a tltoruushnwti worthi' tf iU Ui'lUhe4 eharactcr." A.33 pase?amphltaet.tfrti0. Tltexunulaehai "lVni- frUa'Syrpp " I'lowa in the rUm. J. I. DINSSIORE, Proj-rletor. No. 36 IVy 8t, New Yor. IMJ h all drucaWi. 12M IDKAKXISS, OATAlUtH, CONSUMP- TION, -.M) CANCKH CL'RIII). ATratliw oa Ikwfi.eu. CaLrrrli. rtnuuintjtion aml (Oaaeert thelr uir, tnoai.t of itxsM.y relltf, and ulU raat eun). llr a Puptl of The Aca-iiny of Mfdielne. FrU.T m.nt to any ahlrpM for trn centj. mlAttoT ftirtu Itoi.t. Jloiltinlv. I). 1... LL. I).. Uraml Prelate of t.rant l'ncimpraenl of t. H.t anl KJitor of e Vftetlonal r revin&mm." ' chartseof ilrace t'liurrh llopital, Alciar.dria, Va., dur 1.- lne0he war, I frtMuently, altoont Ually, for uioatlm, TltoclthlJfup1UI. aot had every luoaiu of kiiowlne MirepuiAUon, iui KrrtLiKtcr ana skilu lt wu or the lueetcrodltAble i-haravter. ent hl rux4 In the trcat pteet of lutlenU woi roiuiirkahlo. 'HP OROltll VIBHiTDR. 1 &l tuto the cjir, ! not prtrptiMttrtn.oti nnji2 fin ir rw. aui vttBiriutj uvmi ihub w uuar ui y at iMiurch anj paMli. awu.blle. ThU lcatru will oltin rinxluiMi reitulta aliniMt tniruiiloiiti. and IJtvlMl in inoKt rac uf Ion tanlinx (lcaf.ieM, lt wll re liBtilnaMiorttimo. lt may he aIJuiU1 wiUi the ciuq tlf tlMM-taliClCl. l.ri. dtillhkll wui lie irouMiuoaiiy 01 31 ivut ajtli Ht Tuoftdayi, when he will te at hUroom lw l'lno riiujeimia, ra, m.iy QRACE'S f riaKiniATKD 8ALVI1 eurei f a a rery ahort tlme finURNS,8tMlS,W0lfNIiS,IlHriSl,,Kl,RAIN8, tl C'lltLUMl.MS, ic. i prompt ln actlon, reraorc paln at once. and ro lililMthenioet anifry looklnte iwellingii aml lnflamma- gtIMiu lf l.y msKlo, tlius alTurillnKrvllcfand a com pUte cure. MHhE'rU W. FOWLK 1 bOX, IluU.u, IVuprletor. jBolJlby all Irwsic1f, firwn, awl at all oountry lliOrM.1 12.15 I1IP0HTANT TO FIUIAMX eeleliraUHl 1h. Pow contlnuoi to iloiita hu n. me to the trcotiuont of all dhieaip Incldent ta the ,esyfit,-u, ad eiponouyow iweuty-rour icart n hlin to iniArantoe idwhIv and inrninnint titurin wont eatw of HuppreMlon and all oihir Atcnitruai wmruin, iroin wiiaierrr cauxo. All letUrH f.ir ad. punt contulll $1. Ofllftt, No. 9 i.nilltiott Mrooct, ft.noaril r.irnl.l.n.1 tn flio.n wl.o w(.l. lrt ..(.. kinndar treatincnt. lootnui, Juna t, IMT. UliH TO IIOLUKRS OP OOVHRNMKNT 110.ND8 axu oTiirn BECURITira ANI VALUAIIliEH. UNiION SAl'K DKI'OSIT VAUIl'S, 1 4T.IJ"7 STXVKT, BOSTO.V. i, jnuoiaaua a uiit.-r lur reoi. earua lnniiia vaaltjtatrateafroiQi)tnIOilir aamiin. Tbey r to rcootre. un d)iwibi iiviiuiit, aa jiallaoa. e of pcraonf UvlHiC ln llio rountryr travnllnc wi, iiiiuvra ui iiiv Ariur au naiy, jiia.irra ol vAM iiii.ittl nrii juiiuKit, m, March I, ISOK. ul.w W II I 8 K 11 R 8 . liioXTr,,a ronnoLU wllt foroo Witliker.orMoiIa. ftaaMjan tbaimootbeit ntea or cl.In, or llair on Hald llw.inerir knonn lo r.ll. I HakWfile, for trlal, nint for ta eenti. An.ircM, ni:i:vra i co. M Naaaau 8t., Xw Vork. T P 0 aboxof rol.Kl'l l'UTIA Oixiuikt. Tbakeit i ln tlio Wurld. Take no otlicr. but Inyl.t on liavtnir v.r or KAla liy all DruKulati and oount ry doalrri. lr. J. IV. I'UUANIl, Manunuturrr, (Sll Mmlitimenl.) S3.ll hnotiA Wartn. A dtllgbtfut tollel artlclo aupa. f v.iv.u., auii at naii iu niw. 'fltancei I'rilo. "nenlluf. Aii AlMlmrt of (liu Vluivs of llim. (Ito. K. Kilniuml.H 011 liiiic:icliiiuii., "I'iimittp.ii to tiie tr.xxrr. mav 12, 1808. Mr. IMimimla, nficr Jcclnring tluit lio w not iiiflueininl Ijv llio purtisan nfiiect of the once, oxplninoil liig views recardlng the juilU ciol powcr of tlio Scnalc, ninT proccoilc'il to nr. guo ut lentli for convietion 011 tlio liargc of vlolatliig the Civil Tentira iict. Hc nrguei! tlmt tlio cliargen wcro m'tnincd by llie iiroofH, aiid iii.ilcil tlmt tlie only iiiMion tlin in volvitl wan whetlicr tho ncts ooinmitted wcro criiiioa ninl iiiilciniiii)r-. After miotinj; tlio coiKtitutioiwl iroviio rrunliiij;tli(' aiirioiiit in ainl oonfirniiiig k;ht, lie irocetnlal lo ex liliiii tlmt tlit' oiilv imwer- ra utml to the 1 'riwiluiit liv llio cuii"litutii)ii were tlioi-o of . . . 1 f l r . vniiiiniiKiur-iiv-ciiioi iu graiu rejirieven and innlciim ; m the othor haml, liin tlutin wcro ilintiiiolly tleflueil, aiiiciiig tliem belug the ro ioiiititiirity uf tttlUifuUjr execiiting llic Ttiu limitwl Kiweni wtiicli the frmners of tho comtiuition thouelit fit to irraiit lo the irin I who waui to ImV Um lif SK1VSU rorii in V"ti'm of gorrrniiiciil HiH-nt lioHtile to llb- cr(, cimld 1".' tmtWj mnl, nuil oiight to Ije i ioaioiii uuii'ii'ieii. iiiuic- ruiaiiug to ! ,, x ,,.,. if.n nf thp Hrt'vTU iu ut'tftil, Btnl Irotn thoui couUl warce U ariJW niiy unnintr to tht roimblir, for tlio I'rr-nlfi.t wiih iml toPxecnto tho Ihwm liunMelf. Iiut t tnke cnro tlist Uvy bo fuithfitlly cie rutiil, Tliin rould ouly e Jomc h just such uinl (inl) tlio iii.'ttifHlr nnd Hgi'MCM prokli flllK 1 Hllatf t llt' lllU' I II ftrillr In fll(lirfi lllfiln Z . . ... .. ... iiior iii.ti.i af.itiiiir iimmui tiriiioittina ira ... ....... ... ..v . .. fl.. fl. 11 M....I ......1.1 1 , , " ,. . . ull7 "J,l' O" mwvi lll lNlllllllll.-l III inuniier ilicrilH;il i tlic leeinlatita ilciiart- ' . i . i i i i ' mi'iit ; he cniniot arcomnliali n lojral imrpono 1,- ltl..Ml nv l.Mnl. fl... 1.PU 1.:. lf V ,r' 7 - ""' , to ircvcllt them lielllg VlolatOiI liy otlieni. tion he (luoteil llio lan 'oiutitution tli.it ('oiigrew fliall all invn whlc'h ,'!i ill bo iieccnNirv anu iiropcr lor cnrryiiij; uito execu- ''ol1 ''1! forezoing, i. e. the logilativo liowers I""""- ") yoiuum- tlon lli the tiovermneiit ol tlin Uuitcnl ' or ttn.y. ,'P"'"'e'.'t hereof. In view of thwe prnviHioim ne inibieu inai iitc imwer ovur uio l r m nt . 1 i-i tcTiurf of civil olhceii waK veeted iii Uoiizreju, i UIHl that the fruoieni of thc Curmtilution in- I . , , , r n- i . i ti'iiiltil to lcavi' the nelei tion of omce-holtlcrn I i il... I'roMi.hiiit m.iiiiir witli llm tulvtiw uml " "" 1 " ,, "10 ,HJV" "' folMInt of tlu' S'liati, allll leave lo the Wholo Kov. r.i.n. nt t K t i,, to the law.maki.m t-ow- oirirtw, aml a s to thc tiine unon wliicli, antl the tcnuri' tiy wliicli, ihejr ahutild lre hehl by t!ie"i'r)ii m clevtnl. Haring thus arguctl the ni.lkaliun of tho Civil Tcnure act to Sjeretary Stanton's ca, ho procceJetl to cx iilain tluit it ImJ lwen violuti.j by tlie l'rei Jent in hin rcmovul of that oflicer, he jirc viounly .iiotiiig a lmmber of Suireme Court ileciiioiu miatnining hin viewa reganlin the legiclativc potrer, aml then presonk-cl a lengthy ntatvmeiit of nther authoriti(, in cluiliiig the ineiiibern of the oarly (Joii'iroiwos. Ile then diocuMtod theactn of 17!'l!, lTi'.'i and ISO.'l, relulinz to wl intcrim aiKiintinciit, aml argiiwl that Scoretary Slanton wan Pocro tary 01 W'ar. iiotwithstaniling Ihc cxpiration uftlie lerni ofofli'e for wliicli hc hail been ooiifiniiotl, aml ran.ntiently the Civil Tmmro act hel.l inhi' ca.e. IIciIimiiIsmsI the fourth article with thc n.UttJHtnt that it flot pruit'ii. aini aniiuuncoti tuu alu opinion rc gariling tho connpiraoy articlctj. llealno tlis- iuir"Rl tho iuntli article 111 the miub inanncr. Hegariling tlie tenth and eloventh Irtifltis, bo oxpruitsed the opinion that they did not coinc withiii the constitutional nicaniiig nf higli criines and milcniinor. Tlic Trlal of Autlrcvr JiiIiiiviii. In ordcr that our raaders may undcretand preeiiiely tbo voto-whieh the Senato of tho IJiiito 1 Statan will t.two ou Saturday, 011 tho juestioii of Amlreiv JohnMii'8 gnilt, rt'fpoct- ing tho chargoi preferrotl agiiin.it him by the Itouno of ltcprointalives, vo subjoin a sum- mary of tho sevcral articles of iiujioachiuciit : Articlo 1 Charires Anilreiv iloliiisyn, I'roi- idcnt of the Unitadstattts with isuini; Bn or dcr for the rumovalof lMin M. Stiinton frum the offioo ofSotretary of AVar, in violation of the teniire-of-on.oo act. Article - Chargc bini with unluwfully aiipoiutinz I)rcnzo Thomas Secretary of Wnr ad interim. Article 3 1s nimilar to article 2, and ac cuaen the Pronidcnt of appointing Thoinaa Socretary of War whcn thcre w.n no vai'an cy oocurring during tho rccesn of tho Scnatc. Articlo 4 Charges him with coiiMiiring wilh I)ronio Thoniaa and otlicm to hinticr by intiniidation and tlircatn, lvhtin .M; Slanton from holding tho office of Secretary of War, thui violating tho Constitution of the Unitcd Slatos, and alno an act to ilclino and pun'li conpiraoy. approvcd July Hl, 1801. Article 5 Charges him with couspiring with Iiorcnzo Thoina and othcrs to hiiidcr tho cxceution of tho tenurc-of-oflico uct. Articlo G Charges him with coi-piring with Thoinas und olliorf, by forco lo eeizo tho propcrty of tho Unitcd Statcn in tlio War Do partnicnt, in violation of tho consjiirncy act, and with intcnt to violato tho tenurc of offico act. Articlo 7 Charges h'un with conpiring with Tliomus nnd othcrs to hinder tho oxccu tion nf llie tcnuro of oflico act by unlawfully prcvcnting lvlwiu M. Stanton frum holding tho oiTico of Secretary of War. Articlo 8 Charges him with intcnt un luwfully to control tho disburticnieut of iiion y nppropriated for tho military scrvicc, by tho uppointuieut of Ioreuzo Thomag to the position of Secretary of War ad interim. Articlo 0 Charges him with noeVlng to Induco Gcu. Kmory to difcobey that part of tho nppropriatiou uct ot -uarcli isoy, wliicli renuircs that military ordcrs bliall bo issued througli tho Ocncral of tho army. Articlo 10 Charges him with making apowhes in 1 860 at Clevoland and S(. Iiouis, intcndod to bring Congrcss into contcmpt. Article 11 Charges bini with denyiug tho legitimato authority of Congrcss to propOvj iiineinlnicnts to tho Constitution and to legis lato gcnerally. A (loou Hulk, Jlr. Wilson mndo un ex teinixirancous epcech, JlonJay, wliicli is said to havo been vcry cffective. Amoiig other gooil points, ho said that during tho prceent civil war he had oftcn notierd that tho oldest and ublcst Scnatora bcsitutcd and tndulgcd ia lettl doubts on grcat qucstious. On uch occasioiis bo bad alwavf) Toted ao as to advancc tho causo of hiiman frecdom, aud ho had nover liad causo to regret a vote thus givcn. KltAl'llS IN LCMIIKH Tho CulltOll (N. V.) Vlaindeahr ays tlia( Oeir, N. M. Curtis, cpccial agent of tho Trcaaury llepartnicnl, has detcctcd fruuds in tho iniportation of tho inglo prticlo of luinber, amoiinting to nenrly ono niilllou dollars iu gold, which amount will probably yet bo collectodj nnd that bis nu thority.lias been cxtended so as to iiicludo tho Ironticr Iroui llurlington to Chicago. - Cougress, it haa bccn asocttaiiicd, ruukii iniortg its mcmbcra 111 Jlajor.Gcneralj, 15 Hrigudicr-Oencrals, 0 ooloncls, nnd elcvenof fioors of a lower grado. Hood, tlio lato rcbel Dciicral. hnvinn irono tbrpugb ono ruoro engagoincut, was nidrried in new urlcans on tho uuiu ol April, Twim ttiuper yea'iUuleiljyi If holl.,iMiTni,1oibW MoisrTPioirwu, vt., wedxesday, may so, ihh. !ITltoolltm. WIIKX 1 JIIIAX TO JtAllKV. ' " y'i6ii i. Uh' lu n Jo I Inlend lo marry I W-ll v Tl. I.H. i.ji. ,..',(. Tn. f... . " j lliitirynnrlioo-tbrarm-lll, ; I'rar llilrn I lli tlj-.UIf, I Wlirn danitlititi ba.Ui, wllli vngrr rt, 1 A moUier'a dalty toll tn rliare i I'an mVr tlin J.i.MIni blth llit rat, 'AimI Hx tbt atocklnta tlmt thry wrar t Hbffn lnaMrna looV uion a inan Ai In btinarlf wliat tiity nonM inirry, And not nn ftrtny- anldlnl acan A aottcr nr rommlrrar)' i Wlif 11 eflitle U'ltta, wbo liave ;l Tb- oflVr ora loret'f liaitil. ('nrMNit lo abaro blr tarthly lot, And ih not raaan lila lol of taml , Wnrn ) oanx in-tliantiM aro allowed To flnd and wwl tfia farmf r xlrh Who dn-t't pcri to t tndwtit, Wih rfiblaa, dramiinl and -rl, Wben wlvca, In rbrt, aball frrely r Tbolr hcarla'anu1 Jianda to ald lbfr riionar. Athl llvtMtb' wrra wont tollrr, Wllli lliclr flrra ln onr-ilory linu-ei. T1m.ii, iiiaiUiiilfriii not too old R-Joawd lo finH tbli Ionly llfo t'tl brmb iny Larrr( caM to arold, .nd)ookalnitlnaifK4rawtral hi. -- OUK KATK. 011 (Ir.iiiilina lOiiifry's Slory. Uf all the puzzles, which do niost afllict nn ocially, pcrhaii! none i groater or moro pcr plcxing, thau lirt, how iaoLtain good"hclp," ainl nxwidly, how thc heep thc treaiiuro. llousehold atl'air" havo of lato years movod along tx) Hnoothly that it woubl ncver have occurrod to mo to prenenl " a picturo of uc ce," bd not my neighlxir ovcr tho' wny in istcil that the Mory ljelouged to the iublic to thc thouaand and ono anxious matron- who livc iu daily fear lest Hiddy may " flash," or 1'ut dcclinc to nttcud tho door until ho has boen duly rcfrenhuil by " bot vhocolate and roiU!" N'o doubt xoino of the lively young housc Veepers may eall lue prosy, and very likcly I may bo; but that'e to bc cxjifcted from one ol tuy ago and cxM;ricnce ! My tnne is lcss occupied with faniily inatters than in ycars gone uy ; resnug uays conic soinctuncsj but tthcn thcro wcro little faccs to be lookod af ter, little lieartn to educatc, and httlo gricf to foothe, thcro were not niany sparo momciits. It wa not thc bread aud buttcr iniestioi. wholly, but tho dcvclopnicnt of mind, thc uiornl and religious traininc, ncccssarilv hcrting iUclf as a daily problcm awaitingdai ly solution ; how I ever should havo accom plUliwl it, unaided, I caunot tell ! In mv oirly marrietl lifc mauy of tho lightcr housc hold duties caino upon my shoulders. I hai Wn coutotncl to it at hoinc. I cnjoycdit too. Then the vascs wcro to be lilled witli fresli flowcrs, tho slippcrs and gay houso-robi to be attractivcly arrmigcd, rcady with cheer tul wclcomc wlicn tlio ovcrlaskcd brain of buy wqrkcr ahould coinc in from his count nig rooin. lt wa wortli domctliing to rccciv the smile that broko with plcasant words wlieii the picturc was tully takcn in, 1'aul, our cldest fon, was iust trottin. ulwut, ond Haying all manncrof funnythingSj nneii neiios miie cj-es ana Uimpled inout tlawncd ut.on u. Then camo a timo wbci vacs were not fillcd, and nlipicrs were som tiincs forgotten ; oecneionally tea was lati aud bread was not alwaysns light as ilthoul. bc. One dav a geutlcuiau calleil to ciKiuin n i wouiu give fiicllcr to "au excellent pcr Miii," rmalilied to pcrform all customary do niertieuulir-, invtuiling Hniinir aiMl care o ,.i.:i.i 11 ...11 --i i:i. i n. vihiiiii.'ii. - l7uu nuuiu iiut iiau iu ne cauc a '?ervant,,M ho said, "aud nocded avnipath nnd kindncM; iflhowi wero civcn her tJ). will provo a fuithful fricnd and nlly in all do iiinttd M ma " Wo had mauy " misgivinj," but our crca need and thc excellent charactcr of the girl her stcrling moral trnitn, and her firra rclig ious iiriucinleri, dccidcd tlic nucstion. andvcr soon Kato was duly intallcu as nursc and as- si.-lant gencrally. llie problcm to bo solveu was this : " I Kato is not a Jcrrsnf, what is fcho?" A placi must be tounu lor her Miitctl to my roijuire mcnts, ana. ono wliicli suould also cusurc lo: her thc ropect and good tellowkhip of thc witchcn dcpartmcnt, aml iiotonlvllus, toserv ine fsithfully kIic niiit fecl comfortable aml b.ippy. Kate came, and now, after moro thau twcn-ly-years of faithful porvico and fricndly com paui6uHhip, the is Kato still ; but fhe is " our Kate." " Omr-cliildren aro moro iudcbtcd to her for thcir moral nnd rcligionstrainingfhan to thcir pawpu, and "".in cvery change, ovcry cvcnt wbieh .bouies lo'.us aa a family, Katc's fympalhy andljudgm!(irtiaroJ,as much lookcd for aud rospcctcd as our owii. Slio lias' ha'd chargo of all tho Mven; now nll but two have Icft us, but Kato rcmain asSolaco and coun xellor. Whcu kho first came to us, it was arranged ttint tho phould occupy tho rootn ucxt tomine, a largc, airy cliamber, and l'uul'acrib was rollol to tho sido of her bcd. Sho had a nico rocking chair : cvery convcnicnco and com. fort wcro givcn her, a sewilig tablc, books to read, and flowers and niclurcs, to inake thc room cliecrful j lt was litcrally floodcd will tho sunshino ouUiue aml in. lur Kate haa brigbt, rhecrful fpirit, and au unusual gift in nuapting hcrscll to circuiustances, and wha is far inore to tho purposc, tho good scuso ti undcrstand hcr truo nosition. aiid in all thcsi years sho lias ncvcr forgotten hcrsclf or as- sunieil airs. " Iiut," aekcd little timid Mrs. l!own " Uid the r-mcrald clctncnt nevcr rebcl7 Occtisionally thcro' was a slight indication ot "rullled lcathcrs," but my talk with Wor: mado H cosy for her ta comprchcnd tho tru state of things. Kato had hcr dcpartmcnt tho cook hcrs. I demanded of them courto- ous aud resncctful trcatment towards cach other, but not much was paid aliout il. il nhowcd my rcspect for Kato, and tho childrcn wcro taught to do tho sani'). It was emphat- lcally a lcsson ol ncts, not worus. On ccrtaiu days I took ruy work to thc nurscry, and Kato hclpcd about " tho fino thiugs" iu tho kitchcn, tho pics and cakcs also camo from hcr bands, and if at any timo thcro was a chango " in tho bascnicnt realra," or any ppccial leiwon on courtcsy was uecdcd, I stcppod in, and blandly deslring tho presld iug gcnius to supply me with tho matcrials, kept hcr fo busy tlmt tho was glad thcncc forth to ' kapo tho pacc." In thM wav iho rough cdgos wcro siiioothoddowu,nndacuarm ing ncutrality bccamo n fixod fuct. After our childrcn wcro grown, Knto oamo to my room ono day, tuyiug, ' Now, Mrs. Kinery, my work is done, tho young ladica cn do licttcr for you in scwing than I ; if you will lct mo Ihj oycs and feet to you, so that you can rcally rest, I will etay, if not" 1 lookcd Into hcr cyes ; tears wcro gath vring thick aud fast ; tht childrcn gatherod aroundhcr! my own oycs grow dlm. Kato took iu tlio picturo, ana wcnt quietly up etairs. No moro was said, but tho faithful crcaturo ia .with us still, nnd I hcar her voicc now, huinmiug ono of hcr "romfortingBOngs." Sho was alivays tcaching them to the cbildren, and always standlng bctwccn them and bad words and uncouth cxprCFslons, which the kitchcn dcpartmcnt is not elow to drop Into tho cars of tho littlo oncs. I do not think cbildren wpro cver lcss undcr vulgar' servant influcnces than iniuo havo been. I notlca it tho ir.oro, and am daily moro and moro grntc fil, slnco from my prcsont homo, facing tho l'arlc, I sco nurscs and childrcn out cvery day for cxcrcisc, and. 1 am suro iny heart nover acbod hardcr than lt has for MniQ of tbcso littlo pcoplo Bent out to walk with thoir ' at. tendants, and I oftcn aay if mothcra kncvr what klnd of nttcntion thcir childrcn rccclvo, they would as noon givo them poison as nllow thcin n niomcut undcr tlio influrnca bf tho I'opich mlasmn they con.itantlybroathei "tho arts aml wilcs" aro.moat cuntilngly dcvl'ol, and spr-ils 6f 'tieo'anil lmmorality tre sown in n way which must, it Kccms to nic, bcar 1 hoavy harvest ! And all this 1 sco from my window. And I thank fiod that Kato hat been, through ra many years, u chield and Iricnu lo onr lieloTotl one. i Knowing that what has Wu dono may lifl iloini aeain, and that other Katcs mav bo waitinu for kind hearts and fricndlv hinds to" rlaco them in plpasant, indepcndcnt position'J l hac roally enloyed kctchintf our cxpcritl cnco'of homo hnppinewt. I fecl kceuly tluit many wouicil ol'adilily and culturaaro ruflVrH ing fnrlack of a pOTitlon which shall dcvel op for thcm.clvc. rarc eift of mind aml hearl; and an carncxt fpirit of cheerful, daily laliortj and what is pcrhaps nn cvil of nn Iok m.igni-1 iiiiio, womcii ot laminos are aulluriug lur lacr ofsuiuble r)ns who chail un into thcir houscholds, not nh wrvanla, (the wnrd was ncvcr namod in eonucction with our Kate,) but as fricnda, as conipanioux, willing to ac ccpt the sphcro oMercil thcin, and willing, too, io work lt out glononsly 1 Now, whcro is the trouhle I Scores uihiii scoros are iu ncod of honies. nnd hoincs nra suffering for jut mch licarty, yiiipnthcti((l lanorcm. Uanuot- lhrwlvoi arm mothfrPi able and anxious to socure this luxury, root out from thcir nilly henrts n pridc of fceling which now forbids thc ezprosaion nf n jut nad nroncr svmnalhv fnr wmncn thus dcnpn- dcnt iiiron thcir own cxertlon-. and wha witl, uniler Miitahle cnuditiona, nccept positious ot trust and usetulncss .' This last has secined to bo tho itrcatcft dif- ficulty ; for what Christiau woiunn iu rcduccd circumi.tanccs will not open hcr hoart to the oxpression of a sinccro aml hearty intcrmt, and will not joyfully olfer thesame iu rctiirn'f It her bo suitnbly i-ompcn'sati-1, and as sured that friendt aro aliouther, andwohhnll seo fewer carewom faccs ainong tho wealthicr classes, and fewer baggard, tenipciit-toictl women will Iw met at cvery turn and corncr Then childrcn will bo childrcn slill loving, tcndcr and youthful , lio longcr tho puppets of " crafty serving-wonicn" theirbaby-brains nitcii I'n.ni tlie Allantle Slonllily f.ir lr- ,tni:it tiii: iiuuiai. r i. . iiu. Vrr, Faltb la a ffoodly anrlior i Wbrn aVlraare awact ai a p-alm, Allhloi IIIoIIim r.Mart tn Mi!Hlri-Hid.)HitM(.rril calin. And whn ovrr brrakera tn letwanl Tb tattercd lurjrra aro bnrlrd, 11 may kri our hooil Us tho teini.t Wilh lUKrtp on tho baaeof Iho world. Ilul, artcr tlu ahtiiwr'rli, tclt m What halp In Iu Iron tbewa, SIIU trne lo th fcrokrn liawntr, t)ap down ainanK Uf A-went and uuia 1 In tbo brcaklnK KuUa oraorrow, Whtn llia lirlpl roat .trrtrh out. Aml flinl ln thu dn)ia ofdatknfa. o footln; an anll.1 aa donl.t. Tbon Ixtter on ajur of mrmory . Ua brokrn plank of th pa.t. That imt huiaan heart niay aHnic lo, Tlxxuli liiirl-aa of il,ri at laat ' T tlMaplrll Ita.pleijdldaaai'faHnrfa, To tho flrah It. awt driatr, IU ttara or Iho thln-worn lockrt With IU rauty ofilrathlna lialr ! ImiiKirtill I fMllt and kuoir It i Wbodoukta It of riieh aaabe t hat that l tlio panK'i rery foeret, Iinniortat aaray froin me I Rnt to iu anil luy tliouKht It I wMrr Than the tUr aown rafpie offpaee. ir loxk, uty 1Y.M.0L, te )fftrt, Voar moral mot drearlly true, lltit tlie eartti that tt my drllnKf enrn Maken nilne tnnnmte too. CoimoIc, lfira will i 1 tnn hrr It i TU a well-ti.eniil aliiiN ofhrentli ( Hutnot all the prencliltiRfliteD Adaut Itiut miwle death othrthan Ih-nth. 0nnunii'U ln Kjilril ' Korgire mi, But I who am imrthly aml wrai, VuaM jIts all un tiiOKiarB fmui ilrt-tiiulaivd for h r rc-lcaf jrului on my r wvk Tliit little hIhhj In tloriir. o worn and wrlnklwl aml hrowii lUmotlijnlcw hollow ynfiitM you, And arjcttos )our wllem down, From the Wmtern Hitral, 31 rs. (Jiliw' Ti Varty. BV MltS, L. )l. HAYNK. Mr. Oilcs wcnt homo one dav at noou. viti a vcry agrccublc counteuauce, and iu a moro complaccnt frame of mind than was usiul with hiui, for he was one of those ncr vous, fussy ludividuals, who turu thcmsclvcs into small etcain cngincs to ruu other peonlo ofT tho track. His wifu sat iu hcr cool lital.rooin, with Ma'itcr Tommy on hcr lap said Toiumy be ing thcir orily child and Mr. Gilcs, as bo cntcred at tho kitchcn door, could not bul uotico how bcautifully clcau cvcrythiug was how fair the well-siircad tablc lookcd. and liow ncat and cool tho sittiug room beyond was. Whcn bo cot to tiie door of his wife's roora, hc stoppcd. I would wipe my fcct if thero was a rug to be found," ho said, frctfully. " It hasu't raiucd," said Mrs. Oilcs, " and dust won't hurt anything." She was a vcry plcasant and bright little woman, who kncw just how to inanago hcr fussy husband, and so got along niccly. Sho was drcsscd in a ncat calico, aud hcr hair was snioofh and xhiniug, and Mastcr Toinmy was just getting his drciscd in the short top curls ho u.-unlly worc. " I'vc done a good thing this morning iu the way of husiucxs," kiid Mr. Qiles, rubbing his bands. " Jlnvdyyou,!.' jnuwcrwl hiswjle; "keep II, Tommy) Sold thefarm?" " i'cs, for cight hundred dollars. I tlidn't xpcct to gct that much, but Voutou says lio'll gct ten for lt, and I've" hcro his voicc ank to a whisper " I'vc cot it all iu mv pockct this miuuto j" " hcro will you jmt it 7" aukcd lus wile ; inthobank7" ''Jso, lndced! llanks break, and I don't ntcnd to losc that moncy, the first I cvcr lad, in a lump. 1 shall kccp in this vcry iousc, whcre I cau put my hand riirht on lt Urhcn I wanl to uko it." Wcll ! Lct us cat our dinner," rcnlicd Mrs. (lilcs, " and then put thc moncy nway j it will lio eato anywherc." " I don't know nbout that," answcrcd hcr hmband ; " thero isn't a night but what thcro's burglars a round, 1'olks will soon know I've sold tho placc, and bc on the lookout for thc mouey." "Nonseiiso! I'm not afraid. Ilowever. liakc caro of it yonrself, and then vou'll le lrc it is all riglit." And Mrs. (iilcs cat hcr dinner as if it ere a mattcr of pcrfcct indiffcrencc to her. iut all tho time she was thiukinz about it. Tlicy hnd commciiccd with a housc and lot irtly paiu lor. lly economy nnd niligcnco 'Jy mado it thcir own. Uetty. Gilcs was a prudcnt woman. nnd did not'hanker for silk drcsscs nnd laco cur tains, Ijccauso a millionairo's wifo in thosamc block woro thcin. No! She was Ihankful that she had so good a homo so kind a hus band for Giles lrai kind, albcit ho was fus sy and ro fair a, child; and sho somctimes wouderetl why elio had so clcar a sky whcn many wcro dark and cloudcd. This cight hundred dollars was moro to hcr than a competcnco -they had Ihat aheady; it was positivo weallli a uest cgg as sho kept thinkiug ovcr In hcr practicumiud. After dinner Mr. Gilcs began to fiud a placo for his money, where burglars would i u:i p i 1 1.. 1 uuicr iiuua. ui iuua.iug, uiiu rajou nu nssurnl Ilctty that it was safe. " I won't tell you where," ho said, " sinco ou don't want to know." And bo wcut off to his ttoro with n vcrv nowing countonanee. " Tho farm " had been some propcrty vcry ncxpectcdly lcft them by au agod aunt. It as rathcr a barren picce ol laud, wilh u iHrbKKlown old houso ou it.but arichsnccu- talor thought he saw a prize in it, aud pur cliascd it from thcin. Mrs. Gilcs was wcll pleascd that they had the money for it, and that u was under thcir own root though she ould not uivest hcrsell ot a tecliiig ot rcs-, lousibilitv. She cvcn wondcred a littlo what Mr. Gilcs had done with it, and then sho con- luded to think no moro of it. 1 That niL'lil, howcvcr, they fasteued cverv irindow securcly, and Mr. Gilcs " might havo I ccn ecrn looking up a rusly old pistol. Io also left Ncro, (ho lig Nowfuundland, n tho housc, instcad of outsidc, and dcbatcd he pronrietyof keeping a liirht buming all ilght, but cxtiiiguished it on Mrs. Gilcs as- ssuring him that burglars prclerrou a light. Thoyslcpt trautruillv cnougli until ucar aylight, Then Mrs. Oilcs wosawakcnod by tcrics of tcrriblo scrcams from hcr hus- baud. ' Murdcrl Firo! Thiovcsl IIclp!" he ahoutcd, and tjic, light as a cat, crcpt out pvor tho !bot-board,atid lit tho lamp in a scc ond, "Quick," gaspcd Mr, Gilos, "I'vc got him 1 Ho Is straiigling me ! Ilclp 1" At that uiomrBt tlio light llashed and ro yoakJ r scnerMr. Qlles sittiug up iu bod, with his fatc purple with fright, and clasping Nero iu his trniis, until tlie poor dog's eye balls protrudcd froni th6 .light romptmnou io was iu ! i lio could ncip laugmngT Ncro sluuk away, and lr. (lilcs disnppear- lcd in eilenco under tho bed-clothus, and Mrs. IGilca rollol ou tlrs door until sho was, calm cnough to slccp tgain. Aud that was tho cnd of burglars. IWlien Sunday morning came, tho Uilos family camo ucar bcing late for church, a thing unhcard of in them. Mr. Gilcs was Itba last one to be rcady, and his wilo Was awing on her glOYCD no puuea on nis Sunday IkjOIs. Ono wcnt on woll enoiigb, but tho olhcr was " no go." In vain he pull cil, and piitlis), and tiiggpd, gclting rtsldcr in tho fnco. " Thcro must lw oinething in tho ine," ho cxclaimcd nt Inst, and runniiig his fingcr in, lio pullcd out n rull of bilis! " Why. it's that money !" said bis wifu. l ilcciore ! v hat n tiwl 1 was not to re- im-iuW I piit it thcro ! 1 niight linyo worn it to rag. i n put ti,t.m in my ivockct now until alW church IIIW. " ltut orrn then they wcr" a souiwof troub lo to him. Whcii the doiieon passcd round tho platc, Mr. (llie put his haml in liisnock- ct hurricdly to gct the twenty-livo or fifty rcnts ho usiially put in, nnd iu his ncrvous-1 HCM and lialo ho pulltil out tho idenlieal roll of liill.H and tlropjKil theiu nu thc platc, and Dcacon Holt tiirmil nway, and wns horriflnl to fecl his rnat talls seitrd nn, aml hcar a loud, sepulchral whispcr, Stop !" And Mr. (lilcs gra-pod his monoy. with an additinn of fite and tcu cijnt pleros ticking to lt. Ho got out ol thn lan glc at lasl, with a faco liko tho rising smi. " It's no usc," said his wifo, whcn they got boine, " you may as wcll givc me that monoy to tako rarc of, if you don't want it lct." " I liclicic l will," said Mr. OiloK, " for I'm sick nf Iho jnb. I do liope it won't Imlli cr you as it has nn?. ' "No fear," ari'weroil lletlv, Miltinif the roll iu hcr ocket with au ussuuiptinn of lira vado she was far from fceling. " I licliorn I'll Iwive it rieht iu the ioeket." sho thought, oto. Sho took hcr dross ntr, nnd so sho foldcil it onrefully away, with n great fceling that it was safc. Tlio next morning, wlicn she swcpt thc houe, sho saw sonicthing un the floor. "What's that 1" sho thought, "itlouks likc my old I.islvthrcad ulovcs, though I don't know what thoy should lw doing thcre." Sho stoo(iel tu pick it up,.nnd found it to bc that unfoitunate money ! " Jlcrcy me !" she oxolaiiuod, " I b-licvo its alivo ! It nimt have dropjied out of my drcss w hcii I foldcd tho skirt up. What a woudcr that it isn't giiuc. I ilov.ij.li I knew whcro to put it ! " rorawcck lt wai niovcd cvery day. It occupicd thoburrau drawer: it slcpt bctwccn tho inallrasscs; lt mi2gled iu a truuk. Still Mrs. Gilcs felt troubled. " I want to put it away in kiiiic placc, and forget it," she said to hcrsclf. After thinking lor awhilc, an idoa'dawncuiipou her. jf" It will'bc safe tht're," she said, " no burc laru would ever think of looking thcre, and no hanu can cvcr touch it. I'm glad I thought ot it. So the mouey was phtced safcly iu its new rcsting-placc, nnd jlrs. Uiles, sure ol its cc curity, forgot it for days nt a timo. It had bccn thcre ovcr thrcc months, Hhcn businuss talled Mr. (lilcs nway for a wtek, und his cousiu a murncd lady caino to visit Hclty during bis atncneo. They had a fino timo talkmg thiugs ovcr, but prudcnt Ilctty did not mcution the moncy. " Cousiu Kate will think wo ouirht to livc bcttcr perhajis, nnd bc moro cxtravagant, and lt is just ns wcll to say nothiug atiout lt. When Mr. Oilcs had been abso.it four days, Ilctty thought she would have a tci-party, one of those quitt nQaini whcro ouly ouo scx is rcpresentcd ; and sho vcut out one morning and inuleil some tlozcn or so of hcr lady Incnils, alter haviug cvcrylhing in rcadiiicss lor n good tea, The invitcd camo some with thcir kuit tiug, soino with sewing nll dresscd in thcir liosl, ana ull rcady to seo and lw sceii. .Mrs, Todd brought hcr lour-yejr-old Johuuy to play with Tommv, and tho two childrcn did thcir bcst to mutilato each othcr..Iohnnv run- liing cach ininuti to his'mot1iSr "to'"whiDeS- he scratchctl me! whcn lus uiothcr would answcr, in a rt'signeil voicc " N'cvcr mind dear ! " They sat dowu to u very nico tea. Old -urs. l'ord, who said, " un, my ! ' whencvcr sho said anything. helped the prcscrves. Mrs. Kry, who wore classcs and lipped, pass- ctltho biscuit,and remarkcd therran.nhilo tho rest of tho company were hclped lo tho dain ties near them. Mrs. Giles, in n spotless lawn and white apron, pourcd tho tea iutothc bcst China, and passcd it to cach one, with sugar aud trcam, and nhcn cach had suitcd it to thcir tasto, they bcg.iu to sip. Mrs. Kord said " Oh my ! " beforo she thought. Mrs. Todd inade a wry facc and said, How nico! " ltut Cousiu Kato iiskcd nUinly, " Whatis thc matter with thc tea, Ilstty 7" " I'm sure I don't know " said Mrs. (lilcs tasting it; "I thought it looked black. It's qninc new tea that was recommondud to us, as bcing vcry good somcthing cxtra." "It's not vcry bad ! " said Mrs. Todd, coughing violcntly as she took auothrr t.iste. " It tiistes of leather," siiggcstctl Mis Fry- ' Oh my " said Mrs. Ford, " It tastcs liko liko iuk ! " " Ilctty," nskcd the cousiu, " did you senld thotea-pot7" Ilctty tumcd suddcnly white, aud mado a frantic dash at tho lid, which sho.raisod with one hand, whilc with the otlicr sho graiped a fork, and fishcd out somo black dripping sub stancc. " Oh my ! " gaped Mrs. Kord, " n baby's shoo!" " A toad, as I live !" shrickcd Mrs. Kry. "Wo'ro all poisoncd!" s;iid Mrs, Todd, with hcr inoiith full of raspberry tart "Iiadies" said Mrs. Giles, "it's my old portmonuaio that I tlirew iu thcro ono day nnd forgot nll about it. It has spoiled tho tca but wo'll soon havo a cup offrct.li." Sho wcnt into tho kitehen to mako it. Aml then took a sly pcep into tho portinonuaic, Tho contcuts wcro uuiujuretl, though a little wct. Forliinately sho had not stcepcd the tca iu thc China tcapot, but mcrcly pourcd it off ... .1. I l--.r .1. ,i liito u un me citu (uiirru wittari : Sho rctured, blaud and smiliug, to tho tca tahlo. "It's tho funnicst thing," she said, "that I did not turn that out whcu I scaldcd tho teu- potl Iiut I rcincmbor now; I turnt'd the watcr out through tho spout !" "It's a guod thing thero wns no monoy iu it," said one lady, " Hctty isn't troubled in that way," said Cousin Kate. " Just suppose you had put scvcral hundred dollars iu thcro for safe kecn ing!" " It wouldu't Iiave been good for much," said Hetty, wilhout a tremor. "Oh iny! said Mrs. Kord. "Anybody that would kecji money that way ought to loso it." "Solsay," Uetty, and then thoy drank thcir tca aud talkcd on otlicr topics, Iiut when Mr. G. camo back bo got uo peaco uutil hotumod that moncy into (lovern mcnt'bonds, though Ilctty kept her own couu scl about tho " rci'uiest in a Tcapot." In docd sho nevcr mcutioned it to any ono but my self, j GltAI'IIIC PlCTUItK Or A KAtlllO.VAUI.1: Dukss. An oditor out West thus hits off tho fash ion and tho vulgar custnm of describing the drcsscs of ladies at balls, partics, A'o : "Mtss 8 , old Smith's danghtcr, worc a short dross of sorrol poplin, stnpod witb browu uowa gattrs, with tight iittiug baaipio made out of Iijt pa s last Winter cloak. Mcovcs ol niuirc ntiime to matcli hcr higlicst undorskirt, and bonnet of rcd oak bark tied with slippery elin Itrlngs. Bhe looked a littlo odd, but witlial, aniaiingly protty, Mlss X , allcgod to bo tho Wfalthfcat girl on Sugar stroct, wcars a black aud tan Irish suit, trimmcd with bias foldi bfbombaiino, witli bluo stitchlug put around the skirts witb Spalding'a cluo, short sacnuc, tight undcr the arms, and bonnet of good lcaYes, trimmcd witli ploces ot grapo vine, Btrawkrricd afo'25aabaskotiii New Vork, i.m'Kiis or kkv. nn. I.0U1), WnlTTEN TO ItlS rAMIbr. I'rom a rcccnt lcttcr from Dr. Iord, datod .Milnn, April '11, wo mako tho following cx trncls i Ou Saturdav cvo I found a note at mr hotcl, from Dr. VanNcst, the chaplain of noticvcr. alrcadv found Iho chancl. and made the Amcrican church iu Horcnce. I had, hn .,.. ror . homcliko Sabbath. I wcnt hll myplan jfwilli tho fc h.ipsl, to th Iworsliip on f ... . . - . . . , w womhippcrs (ono liundrcd pcr. tho rctiritl and agrccablo placo of p on the " ia ricraglia." Iho wholo serricc was dclichlful. The sineing was lcd by ll.ill, tho sculptors 1'owcrs, Mcad and Colby namcs known nnd to lio known.world- wido wcro thcro ; otlicr Aincricau rcsmcnts, and many straiigers likn mysclf, conititutcd tho congregation. Mr. Marrb, our Ministcr lo the Court of Italy, is always prcrcnt, and is one nf thc chicf mauagcrs aml supportcrs '0r thc cS.mh. Wo sang out of the Snbbalh llyuiii aml Tunc llook " lllcst be thc tie that binds," ctc, and " Como humblo sinncr, in whnsc brcast." Tho scrmon wa. upou tho lext. " Coinc, und I will show you the Mcssi as;" a vcry warm and glowing discoursc, full of pathos and cloipicnce, and I nccd not say it was eagerly listencd to by onc, at lcast. I rosistcd a prcssing iuvitation to prcach iu thc aftcrnoon. KortuiiatclyI lcft my sor- nions at "noine, or I mleht Ihj mduccd to ac- complish what I havo bccn forbiddcn to do. At six in the aftcrnoon, I diiicd with the Doc tor, and pnssod a delightful cvcning in tho socicty ot his lamily. And so passtn this blesod day, a day ot rest Irotn all that hau bccn irritating and vcxing my mind, from all tho rush of travcl nnd annoyanrcs of sight seeing. Tho plcaant New Kngland Sabbath, undcr tho soft sky of Italy, and in the midst I -H ..!... .. :ll r. p i ui un us pagiiiusui, wui uui souu iiv lurgut' tcn. Thechicfobjectofintercsthcrc (Milan) is iho Duoino, or Uathcdral, ot which 1 have hcard and reiil sincc my boyhootl. It wns the first point lo which 1 dircctcd my stcps. I np proachod it through ono of tho narrow strccts of thc city, nnd saw it undcr cvery disadvnn tagc. llnt ns I walkcd'nlonir its sidcs and tn tho frout. and wcnt throuch lt nnd to tho tnn of it, my wondcr nnd ndmiration incrcnscd. It is n miraclo in marble, n H'rfoct frost-work ofarchitectural lioauty. It isn Gothicstruc- turc, begun in thc 1 1th ccntury nnd not yet IjntMicu. I climbcd to tho top of tho towcr. Tho sccne from that point simply surpashcs dc- scription. lt is tlic ccntro ot n vast circlo. At your fcct, on cvery sidc, is the wide plain of Northcrn Italy, green with tho vcrduro and the new foliairo of spring, and thc ricli crons of whcat. To the north tho plain. at a distance of thirty milcs, is bounded by tho Alps. Ihcy cxteiul, with tlicir snowy poals, Irom cavoy to tho (Irisous, aiut dio away in tho far off Tyrol. Tho wholo rango was as distlnctly dclincd to tho eyo ou this clcar day, as ure thc Green Mountains from tho llerlin hcights. First, to tho left, Viso, and then Ccnis, and then tho king of tho Alps, old lllanc, and then tho grcat St. Ilcmard ; then in succcstoti Kosa, r letsliorn, J ungfrau and the ltearncso Alps, until they dicd away in the right, nt llrcscia, ucar the Adriatic. Tlic horixon, as we turn from left to right, now touches tho sca of tho Dogcs, and wo can nlmost dcscry its woters as we gaie, With another turn, tho Appenincs lift thcmsclvcs aliovo tho horizou, and thcir snowy pciks seud grceting to tho lofticr Alps, And so our circlo is couiplcte, with Milan as its piv otal point aud tho cathedral towcr tho vcry pivot itsclf. Whcn l tell you that thcre is not one of all tho glorious mountains of hwitzcrlaml, not ono ot all the rcnowncd cities of Northcrn Italy but is visiblo from this clevation.'l must lcavo vou to imagino a sccne whoso b.ickgrouud is tho cvcrlastiug whito of tho mountains, and whoso forcground is tho cclcbratcd plaiu of Italy, on which tho armies in tho middlo ngcs of tho grcat frco cities and rcpublics of Vetiicc, Modcna, l'adua, 1'nrm.i and tlcnoa uscd to contcnd, hvcn now, as I write at my open window, the lina of tho Alps is distinctly traced aeainst tho sky, and they look down ujioii us wilh a whitcncs.1 that surpasscs the clomU with a solcmu grandciir tnat brings peaco to my soul. I cannot hclp fceling that Kurope is ou the vcrgo of a general war that will upct all cx- isting jwlitical iustitutions. With armamcnts cvcr incrcasing; with soldicrs .thick as tho lcavcs of tho trecs ; with pipulnr impulscs und passions chnfing and surging against tho cstabliihed govcrnuicnts, withnncoclesinstical nnd rcligious rcactiou that is gnmping at t'OWcr, 1 do not seo how the strifc can lw de iaycd many years. Tho expcdicnts of govcru mcuts aro losing tlicir clfcct, nnd au unknown (juantity, namely popular impulso and dcter mination, is bcing mtroducod into tho calcula tions of kings and courts. Tlio problcm is a hard ouo fur them to solvc. Kngland. ia sol viiic.it slowly by cxtcnding political fr.mclil- m and'privilcges. Tlio continciital countrics nro not so wiso nnd tho explosion may como in a day whcn tlie crowuctl licads think not of it. t-'.i Vlnick, April 27, 1808. My last was from Milnn, nftrr my visit to lielaggio nml the fair lake of Como. On Thursday, tho 23d, wo lcft for Vcnicc. Our way was through the fuircst portion of Nor. thcrn Italy. We passod by tho old mediiu. vnl cities of Itcrgamo, llrcscia, Denscniano to tho richt of which tho ficlil ol iwllcrino is in full view, and tho rivcr Mincio Vcrona, Vinccnza aud l'adua. On our left tho snow corercd nenks of the Alps towcrcd to the sky, Iiago di Garda, liko a bcautiful mirror, lay at thoir liasc, and rctloctcd in its pcacclul watcrs thcir ni2i;cd sides. Iho beautilul plaina of Ixunbardy wcro a continual dclight to tho cye. rroui trco to troo ran Iho graco ful fcstooin of tho vino, and the wholo coun try wua full of delicious arcades and trclliscd avcnucs of grnpcs. WTicat and wino are tho products of Italy, aud ncithcr crop intcrfercs witli the other. Iho closcly trimmed trocs that lino tho ficlds arocovcrcd with the vincs, and thc intcrvals aro green with the whcat. Yet, uotwithstanding the iuuncnso product of wine, l havo not socn a drunken pcrson smco I Icft I'aris. Tho bcautiful 6cencry of this country is not disuraccu by drunkaros. Wo rcacbcd Vcnico from Milan iu scvcu hours, nt H o'clock in the cvcniug. At Mi scra wo lctl tho nialnlsnd, and altcr crossing a bridge ot ncarly lour milog ovcr tho lagunes, we camo ou shipboard nt Vcuice. On lcaving the cars we took goudola for the Hotcl Ku rope, where I am tlelightfully situatcd ou tho Grand Caual, Veutco is ouo of tho fcw cities in Kuropo that haa not dlsappointcil my cxpectations. Krom my boyhood, whcn I uscd to read with tnarvcllous uitercst the story of hcr dogcs, hcr wars and her bravos ; of hcr aunual brid al with thosea; of hcr tribunals and her Shy locks; of her Ilialtoaud thc llridcoof Siisbs; of St. Mark's church and sounro; of her wiugod lions and ltuccntaur, aud of hcr pal accs rising in solid marble from tho sca, shu has bccn to me a sort of fairy city, Aud now I am iu Ycnice, I havo glided through the nct-work of hcr intricuto und wallcl ca- nals, I have IUtencd to the musioof her imiirovisatorcs. I havo wandcred throuch the balls of her dogcn and the, dark djngeom of hcr prisous. l have lookcd through tho grato on tho 1'oulo Del Sospiri, aud stood In tho court whero Bhylock mct his rightoous award of the pound of flcsh. I havo listencd undcr the sliadow of hcr Cauipanile to the plcudid stralnsof hcr bands, ai thoy guve us, in the soft evcnlng, tho musio of Krnaui, Moy crbecr and Aubcr. I havo traycrsod a scora of timca hcr squaro and church of St, Mark ; aud though tho palacoa of Vcnico aro cruin bliug and. the souii of the condolicr is hushed. though the nations have ceascd to pour into hor lap tliQ spolla of thc, world, though blia is ' 1,11 JH Hl lll llllllll.l liWltliMatMk VOLUME 03 NUMBER 30. t WHOLE NUMBER 3214. no longcr tho "pleaianl place of all ftstititu," " tht rerel of the carth, the matyue of Italy," still sho has rcalizcd my drcam. Il lake but littlo imngination to rcpeoplo iho pnst and bring back the long file of hcr dctid dogcs, Tlio vast pilcs of minglcd Orcck and Arabian architccturc, whcro thoy dwclt, and whcro they worshipped ; tho brazcn stccds that lill glow on tho front of St. Mark's, bringing back ihe far-off tinics and tho thirtecn ccnturics of hcr wondcrful history, pass bcforc me once again, I can hanlly say anything of Vcnico, Tho fceling which opprcsws mc hero is so mixcd and strange. Thcse silent arcnucn of gliding gondolns, witli thcir carvcd palaco fronts, rich in dclicato traccrv; thcso narrow. windimr paths and inarblo bridges; tho grcat squarc, ovcrlookcd by towcr and monumcnts aml mar- vclloushorologo and royal palaccs; tho strccts and piozzas ncvcr trod by tho foot of horsc, or worn by tho roll of a carriagc whccl ; tho ca thcdrnl, with its undulating pavemcnt, the ludlow gold of its mosaics, and tho incrcdiblc ricls of its altar of burnishcd gold and silvcr sparkling wilh cvery pearl and prccious stone tlic churchcs of untold ago ; tho picturcs of Titian, Cagliari and Tintorctto, that hang nn the walls of hcr Academy; thcse, combincd with hcr prcscnt apearancc, hcr circum stanccs, hcr mcn ami womcn, produco a vcry singular imprcssion. Tho quecn of the Adri atic is a imcen no inore. Art and Nature aro lcft to hcr. Bcauty Is still her dower, but hcr stato and hcr powcr are both gonc. Sho is likc all the rest of Italy. For wceka my way hns bccn ovcr tho wrccks of ancicnt glory, ovcr ruius inore fuscinatinz thau mod- crn structiircs, ovcr a rcgion of fsllen statw, whoso gre.itncss is scarco hall buried ovcr a land " Wlileh wa. tho mlbtleat In (U oM oovDiaml, And t tho lovetleat, and muat ceer lur. Vthuafl reSI weeila are taat!rul, nbcM wute Iora rleh tban olher elltno'a rc.rill:ty , I ler wrei k a Rlvr and her mln ararcil Wilh an Immitculato charm wbli.h eannot be do CwhhI." To-morrow I shall bid adieu lo Italy, and it is wcll that Vcnicc, which is tho last nnd sweetest strain of her music, should bo the galo of cxit to a moro modcrn, lcss historio Stalc. I shall sail across tho Adriatic to Triestc. I cntcred Italy ovcr tho Cornici road ou tho north-ncst, froin Nicc to Gcnoi, thcnco sailing along the coast to IiCghorn and i-isa; niciK'o io iNnpies, l'ompcn, liauu nnd l'ozzuoli; then to llome, ncross tho Appenincs to Florcuco ; rcerossing thcnco ngnin froni Florence to Hologna ; then to Modcna, Vnr ma and Milan ; thcnco to Como nnd lielac- gio, and thcnco to Vcnice. Taking the map you will see that tho rowrc has bccn of creat !... i i -... i. .... . o. ... iuiercsi. anu cxtcui. r.very uay oi my jour ncy has incrcased my Intcrest iu tho country and in tho peoplc. Tho most tlisagreeiblo things wcro tho first to striko tho cye. Ueau tiful sccncs, supcrb churchcs, and cloqucnt ruins wcro all soilcd by the omniprescnt lazzaroni. Tho whino of a bcciriir minalctl with tho swcct notes of southcrn mustc. It was the fly in the omtmcnt that hurt its nro- ma, ltut wo have hccomo uscd toitond giro it uo attcntion. AVe do not hcar il now at all. In fuct, northcrn Italy is far frccr from it. Still it docs not arrest and annoy ones sonscs ns nt firet. That which is tlisagreeable does not dctain tho eyo or thc car, they are to constantiy occupicd with what is plcasing. I havo had thrcc delightful Sundays 1 at Naples, Florcuco and Vcnico. A hcro, A fcw years ago the puro Gospcl waa not preached in this large rcalm. Now it isin nll tlielargo towns and cities. Undcr tho walls of Homo horself, tho voico of thc prcacher of Jcsus Christ ns tho only Saviour, nnd of His Word ns tho only mcnns of sanctification, is hcnrd, A tcw years ngo, undcr Austrtn, thcro wai not n Christian church in Vcnice. .Now thero nro three, aud one compoiod cntiroly of vcnctians, ot lour hundred tncmbcrs, and oighty more to join it in as few days. A con vcrtcd Italian fsitspastor, and on cverv Sun day he addrcssos a thronged audienco. When Italy shall havo n frco church, a freo lliblc, aml n frco school, and shall have tho heart lo support them, then sho will have a popula- tion that shall comparo favorably with other uations. ltut now we can see tho traces of tlospotism, civil and ecclcsiastical, iu tho vcry r.... -...i c i ,.5 ro lucvn nuu iiiniiiiL-rn ui ncr pcupie. .vnil 11 llomo bo the truo church, tho question con- stnntly ariscs, " Why has not .Hoinc, in such a fair land as this,niadoanobler population?" It is a land of priests. Why is it also a land of beggars, a land of brigjnds, of poverty and ot rums7 Why is it so far behiud all otlicr modcrn Statcs in cvcrylhing that inakes them grcat 7 Lct thu Homan church answcr thcso questions. t hy, with suprcmo control for fiftocn ccnturics; with a peonlo n.iturnllv giftcd boyond most ; with a cliinato aud soil liko Ihoso of l'uradisei with tho pollties aud religion, tho minds und conciences nf the peoplc in hcr bands, has everything become nn obvions desolation and wrcck 7 Why nro tho only green and bcautiful thinzs in tnlv. nourishcd by Iho caro of a monnrch who is oxconununleuted from her palo; n monarch, who, howevor munoral, treats the conscicnccs ot mcn with respcct, nor cvcr sccks to bind tho iloguias ot religion on thcir souls I l do not wondcr that tho rcactionary pnrly iu Ita- ly is tntidci. Tho stylo of living iu this country Is not porfoctly suitcd to a t'ustidious Amcrican pal- ate. )S o mako it a rulo to rcfusc everything tho eyo docs not nt onco rceognize. It issnfe to dcclinc nll dishe that you do not ut once sco to bo siinplc. lugcnuity cxbausts it sclf hcro to iiivcnt some curioiu dish. Kach maitre d'hotel vics with his rivaU in a nofari ous compound of garlic, muslirooms and truf flc. I could nlmost arow that I havo sccrt dresscd cats or dogs fur salo in lloine and Nnplcs. At least I know not what they wcro, savo that thoy socmcd to belong tn tho cnniiio or fclino raco. Wo havo no honesit roast po tatocs, no unadultcratcd macaroui, no pure mcat, no uatural saucc. At the tahle d'note, I have somctimes becu uuable to dcfina or discovcr of what matcrials ono-half tho cour scs wcro made. I long for honcst becf and gcnuiuo muttou, nor should I oli jcct to n puro glass of watcr. . In Vcnico wntcr is wld by tho glass iu tho strccts, nnd ho must bo n bravo inan who would daro to tako it. Gcnerally tho custotn. cr adds to lt a few drpps of somo ncutralizing fluid, which thc vcnder of " aijua " is cver rcady to furnish. For mysclf I liko tho wino lcss thau tho watcr. I am forcod to drink it, yet ncvcr touch tho ubotninable tlraught with out thinking of tho puro watcr of our tiattve hills, Oh! for a drop of watcr f In somo placcs wino is chcipcr than watcr. It is used to inix with mortar, and answcrs tho purposc just ns wcll. I ncvcr sco nu intoxicntcd pcr son. Tho univcrsal uso ot wmc is an auti- doto to tho Yico of intcmpcranco. And 1 cannot conceiva of tho taste that would drink tho coinmon winc of Kuropo to oxccss. CofTca is almost invariably good ; tca is alinost inva- riably bad. And for onc; liko mysclf, a tte totaller, this is an unhappy rcgion. Still I drink tho vilo infusion they rall tca, aud ro- joico that all of a man's happlnoss docs not rcsido tu what ho cau or drjnka. i luvo learucd to bo ninply coutcnt with two nicals pcr day, and could casily lirait myself to ono. Wu liaro had uo tngnt amuscmcnt ln our Iradiug or buyingof tho picturo aud rurioslty dcalcrs of tho couutry, It ia a pal'o thing to oficr a mau ono-iuart(urflf,hia pricc, Ho will bccom? vory angry, rufllo hia fcathcrs, nud chattcr Italian like a lnagpie, and perhapt rush out with passiouato violcnco andriiut the door wilh a lam, But ho gcugrally chi4 his fcycr, if puo i firm, with aoooptlnjf tho.oftr, A boy with matches fer sale.i,UjJics; biiyarca undcr your nose, burna thero the brimitono luciicr, ana dcnmnds threo Irancs, and cuds the trado by takittg two cents. A itrcct mcrchaut of blicll-work accpsts us, holds out two uraocicts, one ornamcnt tor the hair am a collar, aud asks for the lot tho low swn of fivo francs, nnd cloce a ncgotiatlon of au balf hour by a, salo of tho wholo, fjttr a fa. A. picturo doalcr aiketl' vi 550 ftjwon'fct rfx, l.r.loW""1 -.