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BY T. & jr. M. POLAND. MONTPELIER, VT., -W3ID3Sr3T;SX)A.Y, M1Y 1.0, lH(jf) Vol. G4-.-8266. 3STo. 30. Spocial Bo.ti.cos. All other tnnporal blealaa aro ooinparatlrely worlh 1!J. Tho drrpeptlo laJUlonalro who haa triod all the potlona of tho modteal profrwlon In taln, and bellerea lila eoroplalntlo be IncuraMe, wotil.l Klrehatf htsftir tune lo to freed from Ut horrors of Indlfnatron, and tliul enabliHt to eojoy Uio otlier half. f( '' HWf. rorbapa HOSTKTTKK'S BIOMACil UITTHBS haa been ref otnmendeil to aucli a muTerer. Poaalbly he lias lurned from tho frlend who mado tho anniwtlon with a anoor, Inllmalln thnt he Iiih rrn finlH tn any "rnlciit modlctnit." Ifthuiluubecn theeaeo, ie ml l ur er in Illi Incrcdulliy doomi lilm to a llfe of inlacry. All tho Imurlea whlch wealth un purohaee are athla eommnnd. Not onu of them can fflro hlm pleaeure. llla own Irratlonal ohetlnaoy l liln bnnej. The happlly ror theweelveii, are m akeptleal. Thero le auoh ft tliloa ae eirri Knit f, M well aa o?of BeduUtg, and a xoldun moan liolwecn tho two, whlch laen aal wnmr-n who aro tfftod wltli enminln arnae adoptend prolllby Tfietfe aro the claae thnt palrniilti' and ree oramend llu'jTKTTBIt'B MTTBIW1. tHy ito thoy ap. pKira thle funwua enu-dyapeptto and antl-biiioue prepa. rellon Bnnply IwoatiMthey havenotheentoo mueh Uio elavc of ftnnnclnw prJutlco tu eUoit a fair trlal.and. hare foutid that wlin all otber tonloa, etltnulantft anil etotnachtea falloil, tt prodncod tho deelred eflbet. "Stflko, biilhoar," al4 the Roman mp'. when hia laorantonemleawereaaeaillutblin. " IKiubt, bul try," faya tlia inaQ who hM been eurod of Inrftgeetlon, or bll. louanree, or tntermlttent foret, by tbe DUtorit, bi lie ro lat h eiirlne& or th modletne to hi InvatM filfU'R Whnoror Unwxldod tohllforaOM tbmniUoal ' ..neluloni, tndIln. to Uvrt. tt, pr.poruor mrt-1 lelna enUoral hy the toatimony iDtolllKent mtn in orery walk of ltt, and approred by tha people at larxe, M. 11. Q. S. Oar reasoaa an no Uatt oor atliaatlno for oaUlnx ttto publk Attmttuo to MernM Bahev i'rm.ta Srnt'p, are nimlriieri hy tbv froquenc eml faUlity ol the ttlMe nf Intsney antl ehlldhnod Hu alarmlofc and terloaa are Uio Owcai, Ibat ooe ohlM ln throe dlee tw fore tlie flfth year. ThoM (aote alTord onrlvlre arxv roonl fur eutoralnK un molbore tbe llnpurteace ofanlnic a roinody, (ablcb eonulni no Slnrpbine or PoUonime Drug) and nerer fall (whpn tlmely uiwid) to olTi'ct a curo, It traally aolita tho oblld tliroub the monthn oritctMni, allaye ali paln, rodoooa IniamnaUon, oorreeta aeldlty of the fitoroaoh, awl nertr ratli to reg)aU Uie Iwwelii maVea alok and weah ehildren etnmic and hoalthy, pro daocf natnral alcop for the ehild. thtireby affirdlnff reat ta tho mother. Kor euunMrooraplalata, Dyeentery and Dlarrbir, It baa no ooital. for WIM CoUo, Cunralaiona, Url!nz, Xo.( It nerer blla to llte iBraedlate reltef. Mvrurn Uilsi.r'i ((timar BrElf, for ehildren, la an rltfnal nodlelne, well eaUbliihod. Uiorolbre n no other and you are eare. For lAle by all DraggltU and Doarlera In MedieUM. A. niCIIAIUlM, New London, Conn., AxentfortbeUnlted&tatM. fio SO iiKi7mik)U):s CONCESTKATIU) 1 1.UII) KXTItACT SA rtSAl'AltlLLA cr.ihcati ebl'itive ami ilckrative jjisk.u)I orniB THKOAT, XOfK, ETES, VTKUM, SCJI.P, ai SH7JV, Sblcb eo dlfflirorv the apiwaranre, lM'RHINU tbn erll ffJj.Sf fSS,?r MU J'I"K all Ulnta, tlie remnaiila CfSEAHKl b'redllan ..Iherwliw, and ln lakcn br AllUI,T.n.l rilM.DHH wltl, nrrrWtHAPKTV. i nu MiibR-wwi.nw ortbe r.aUttCliifHaraa. rllU.adiloil ti, e pint Irlnk.and ime (Kittli T watcr, tn ih(uI ti tlia Llslitu I ln t li WlllflJ Ll, a tnlliitl iil th Hi riin i.l HarRanariUa. or the i AN I.NThJtKMTIMl LKTTKR ln iiul.Hilu.l 1 th ul ,r inv umi-i imii u aiuaii maui lcx4;blniricloal Ketiew, ou tbe euli)ect it the KlUact of SarMpauillft in eerteln nflerUumi, by henlatuln Travera, r. IV H., ic. Hpealilntor Umae dloraMa, and duwaaea arielne; rrvim tha rxocee of inercnr'. be ntotee fAei no rem li) It rfwj le Ikt Cilroor eSveaaw-iUB ; iu emerr ! rr mlir, i M Ikm vnp eUtr eViif M aoMmtt rif. I it, in tkt tlriattl imr, a tote Wr lkt rninwaUr sttn !, laot II u fThf la m ftr mf Uu wM eo nmfn, ad ytf ! frrifeWe m rrndrrt olktr gntanrn e 14c tonic Ji eaetiMVeWe er iJnnum. Ili:i.MIIOI.7)-8 , fONCBNTlUTBII KXTRAOT H-UUltPAHlI.LA, lUbliahod upward of ebditeen reara. rrxwrod hy II. T. IIRLMIUlCD, ei 6-d.e; UM llruadwaj , N. V. A CLEArt,SJI0OTH SKIS aml BKAlTlrTL aiJt TLKXIO.N MlowaUienaool "llainbuld'eCouonitraLed KitraH Karaaiaarllla." Jt muena Waat epoU, plmplee and all oraptlonaor tbe aktn. gCA.VTlTV te. (JUAL1TY. llolabeld'e Kxtraetgar fai'&rHla." Tbe doeo La amall. Tboettrbodeelroalarn (juantity aeat laree doeee of tnllcltoe HRn. CltlSTADOHO'S IIAIIt DYK. 1IAS jour tuklr taravtl wblU vrltfa vorrow ! WfvuU jou Inr lt brown tivmorrow T Tlivtt tb tlnfe y ou ovrt borrow Ft MU Ihm I) yjl OF CRWTA 1)0110. Cristailoro'a Iliiir Prowrvntive. OrUt&iloro challencex the world to prodncc m priera tlo fwr thtt balr Uat wlll ibMoDipllih wht hli prutwr ratli and butrfi?r h dally acooropllahiiiK ln V. Ilt en polDt u bnttdreds of iiuUuom tn whleh U hai prv Totd baldoeM. I piainintoM ttiat lt lull arrtwt the fkvlltnK offof th br, lucrtue IU rolmne, reoder It llkj and pllabU, and pnreat or nmort eeurf or dandrutT. tioll by DrocgtoU, ajvl appliod by all lUlr )rMwni. MiUiuiUctor' Maldon Lajw. IMn'iipftl Ipit No. t AUr llourc. 63.0&-daw TIIOSE WJIK DmiRK HH1LLIANCY OK COMPLRX h)S tauft purily aml enrlcb Uio I1mmI, whlch "lle-iin-tiotd'i I'otmntratod Kitract of 8ftnainllaM tnrariail dooa. AiW fvr llftmWt, Talvo uihor. Chi!JrcDfl liiveu Saved for 50 CcnU. TIioonukU of chtldrvn dlo iDDuallyof Croup. Now lootlitr, t ym wouM fpad SA oonta, and alwayi hare a boltl of Vt. ToWas1 VoiMtlan LlnittMBt ln tbe Iiobm, )ou uovd crer foarloalaf yoar UtlUono wben attocfced with U.U oowplaiut. It la nuw fil yeari aiDtt I put up iny UDlinint, and Drr heard of a ehlld Aying of Cnwp when ray LlnhiHnt waj ue.J . but huodrodi of easea of curea liaro Ikmmi repotted to b. and laanj- rtate lf U hm tiu ir tottlo they wouldoot l-v witliout IU CtMidM whicli, It li aeertalo uro for CuU, ltunu, Jlradaobe, Toothaelie, Sora TttroaU, Swelllngi, 3kump4.Colic, Iiar rbca, lyrQtfry, SpaEmf, Old Sorea and Ialnt In tlie lck and cbott. No odo once trlw lt who 1 mr vltb out lt, It ii warraDtwl perAotly t&ftt to Uko tnUrnally. Full Dlrtctioiij nitb every bottli. Bold by tbe Drup tlt. l'it, lorurk l'Iuoo,.S. V. rofio-davr IN T1IK smiNO 1I0NTII3, tbo iU-m naturally uo dereia elianzo, and " lloliuboM'a Jlljtlily Conoi'iitra tl Kxtract of UanaparllU" l an awlUnt of the kt1 et value. mu.NDnKnr3 vius M. klkkdino. Jlleodfnx raay kIto eaxe, bocauso the Llood left bai tnororoonti buttheao doet not last, and la followed by pernuncnt woakncM, llR.OiDRI'mrS IMLtS rellevo tho olroulatlon and case moresurtly anl almot m qulcltly aaUeedlnf;i bot Brandrtth'f Pill nertr hart. snd tbe koo1 tbey do lt pcrmanent. bocauiio tbey Uke only what the ltody and blool are bettcr wlihout. l'urgatlon wltlt theto pllli wlll be found A Univorsal Curutie l'rinciplo. Lct tli wle eiamlne IU clalms to thelroonflili-noe. Mrs, Ifoolicrof njrnatatile, MaM.,Trucur(r4 by theinof St. Vltm'a Danoa of Bfteen ycar eUndlnif. Abmrn Vau Wart waacurodof InUrnnltuuior by the um of Dran- dreth'i 11 11 hIivd all otlier iuanliad fallod. lr. Uran drvth'i oflice, Brandreth Houe, Nirw Vork SoM by all DruKKtiU. 63 odftir IIKLIIHOLD'S KXTIUCT 6ARSAlVIULtA cloane and rcnorate the blood, ffintil tho Ijcnr of beaUh loto wio )nui, ruu purgiMout tntj numurf luat uiiiiioiiii caae. AHT OF I.OVK. Tbts book Hbciwiliow to catn Uie tuTuctioni of theon polto soz, Any man or iruinaa can tlius wln the ouo they lore, For sale by all newidealer, or iwnt by mall fur23cenU, 3forC0eeuU, rforflJtfi or tlQSM yer ltt). TUTTLE a VO., 69i7l 78 Kawau ht Nnw Vork TO llKMOVti MOTir PATOIIKS. FUnCKLKS and Tan from the faco, uu Vtrry't Motk and f h i a " arulCK,U' i rvpnroaoniy FOH liliAOIC mMS, AND PIM- FLKS, u lh Vftco, um Venu't Comtdoni anl Vtmplt Rtm tt, prcparfd only by Dr. JI. 0. 1'erry, 4 Kond bt. New ork. bold ercry n bcro. Tlio trado aumdled by Wbole- AVONnUHFUJj I I I ! ! I I Tbo Socrcta or iova or TurkUk Cbarn of Mcn, llie Arablan Lore riillterand Bnltana'a Oreat Socret of Facb uatlon, obtalned ln IiEypti (onoe ln rour poaaoaalon you hare completo oontrol oror any one you wlab,) alao ten BonE, Valuablo IlooelpU, Ibiautlfnl ArU, IIow to Oet lucli, fholee Socreti, ic, all roaued ror ton conta. Addrraa, T. F. WOOD, Vernon, N, J. te.To STOP TJ1AT COUO III l'rof. Hnralltou'a UED1CATED 61 O'U 0 II C A N D V ! Ifade from extracU prepared ln Vucuo a ocrtaln and efloctlve reiuody for OoukIiI, CoMj, Iloanenees, Bore Throat, Aatbtna, ltroucbltii and Ooniuniptlon. Tlioito who try alwaya um lt curo thelr Coldi and avold Cn luraplion nnd uu etrly umre. Frlco only 12 oonti. Ono iultuon (old annuall, wjld annually. and aold overywbcre, le tn Montpelier by Hc-lflehl A Crookf, andN. K UrowuAVo, ror iaie lUbcock 60,71 Y0iha LADtr.s nmvAiu;.' OP THB INJUUtOUS KFFj:OTbofFacorowdoriiin4 Woahea. AU pucIi reiuodioi olone up tbo poreiof tbe ikln.and ln a ibort tinio dcctroy the complexlon, lf j ou would baro froah, hoalthy and jouthfUl oppoarauoe, uie " llclubold'i Kxtract tiuriaparllla." TIIK IIKAMNQ I'OOIj I An Kaany for Voun-r: Men on the Crlme of Bolltude. and Uio Dlaoaaue and Abuaea wblcb creato linpedlmenta tn MAHHHUE, wltli aure mcaiM of Ilollef. bent In aonlod letler enreloima, rreo of cliRrLre. Addroaa, l)r, J. bKlL UN IWL'UUTii.W, Howanl Aaawlttlon, 1'bUadalpbla, alarcliSO, 13C9, CO-dair Vot Uio Journ&t. Oxfonl llnlvt'rsllj-. It woa ln tlie most lxjautlfnl montk of tlio yir, Uio Oth day 6f Jmie, tlint I Imilo farewcll to tlw dingy, mnoky, foggy iitrecU of Loiidon, nnj nt tlio I'iiiMingbm .Stntion took llio mn i'or Oxfonl, slity uiilcnup tlie Tlininm. Tlw rlJe froin lyn don to Oxfonl js tlu-ougli n cliarmliig country, full of tlw rcK of Knglkh gcvMry. Tlicre It iwlliing ntartllng or gram), Imttlicie h etcrinoro ogentlo loiclinem, a noit, clnfliny iilctunwjiic nuw, nnd tKTitiil cliangci of Ijwtuty. tt lillke geing tlirougli nn lramen garden. Tlio tll'Mt on tho tnlnd li unalloyod jUu re nnd entll'ac tion. At Oxfonl I found mynelf the gnnt of tlro I'tinciiml of ono of tho llalU, or I'ollegev, a gen llcman of 110U0 birtli ttnd breedlng, of raro liopl tality, nnd of tlie rnont gilal nnd gpneroun cul ture. I nder hi roof erry want wiwandriintnl and ercry dfKlre gratifilrT( t'nder lila Intelligent direction tlje rnlrerity was ojn'ned to my in pectlon in nll lt imrtd. Thc Iirat loaturoof the Uniterltyldolittll(i an Anierionn, U tlie iooallsirity of tlie atrurturo of the Uollfgwi. Thero nro nt Oxfonl twetity- r,.,, it.ll... .. ll.iu ultk . ta , . . ' , "' 1Ill'.w,'h n "Mp-cgnto mim- ner 01 iTOiy-cT(jn imnirol ntnucnts. Tlie Uol lege buildlngn nr etitln-ly diallnct from oach other nnd ocenjiy lliclf reixtiio lot nnd arwta in irfeily iiHbfiendmt Meluairenow. Tlioy nro Urge, iiuadrnngulnr edifiem, IhuU upon tho lour Mide of a wiuare or oourt. Tbfio U uutonc wiy of Ingiw to the huilding. All the tudents cnter nnd leave nt the mtne arclml gntcnny, cut cUnr through llie huilding, nnd glving ndiniwion to tlie court. 'X'Ur various halla of tlie Collegea are enteied trum tlm inturior oourt. A jwrter alwaja ooi'UuieH a ainall loijge or ntnll nt the gnte nnd tnkcn thc iinuic ol ench ic'holor na ho goni in or out, und ceriifiai in hia ixuM-hook the hour of going nnd entering. No atudent cnn in nny wny leavo or cnter llie I'ollege w ithout the knowledge "fhe janitor. At nine o'elock in the nening thc gnte i cloeed, and nll atudentx entering nfter thut hour are rciurted, wliile none urc penuitted tu leaTO without st Thia aysttin of oollege conatructiou gitea the olfioeni nn tnay myj fatnil iur knowledge of tlie linbit of nll the studenta. Tliese twenty-four Cullegen, nuiong which are avich reiebratol nainen a Chmt Cliurch, Ilaliol, St. John'n, Magdalen, 4c., nre integrttl rt of the L'nivoraily, though they linM' an iniJcTwndait curjia of ofBcerH. They tmrsue a teiamte oourtie of Ntudy, and hnve their own internal admini tration bikI dMpline. Tlie L'nhereity oontaiiw and prexitVet over the holc, anmnincing nnnunl ly u lint of text hoobi, from which the atudentti of the rcet'tnc C'olicgencan tnake their selection, nnd in nny ir ivll of which they cun pfues theirnn nnal cxnminntion The I'niteraity dijitiinntci tr all thc Cilh'cn, vcry much iw our Genernl fioir'rninent dorninntcNuTprall the State, though with n little chiHer ndiierence to the fundauiental Inw. Thc t"niTpriity uiak(- all thc genernl reg ulationn, dccides the eourse of atudy, hokh ex- nminnttons, confers liononi and gircs degreei. 1 1 luui no charge oter the ntiulenta whilc they are on their respectite (.'ollege grounda, but when they go outaide of tlieir own halla they coine undcr tlie urveillance of tbe Unirenlty, are ainenable to ita diM-ipline nnd nubjeet to its poltce. The Uni renlty hu no appointment of tbe otTicers of tlie t'ollege, but exffevea a genernl vupciriDion, holda the Aonunl Coinlnenioration, and decideK upnn llie admiwion of atudenht. It lau three an nunl exnmlumtlora w liicJi miut bo joimjJ liefore a nchoiar of nny one of the Uollegni ean rereiTo h'u degree. Ayoung uwn, on going to Oxfonl, fir.t deter- inlnea In wbivh of the Uollegeai lie will pumie his course. Tliey bave their refiectlre claiuw nnd a peoial popularity bamd ujion tradition, intruc- tion, or taetc. One i Inore notcd for 1U ekssical lntruMlon, nnotlior Qir tho pre-eininencc lt glren to.the ezset nciencee, nnotlier for iU philonophl- cnl depnrtinent, snothcr for iu genfral culture, and anuther for ltg good fcllnwn, good oouiuionH, and good beer. Chriat Church ii at prewent the nioat nttrncthr, liaving a rncmbcrthip of three liundred. 1 he cnniiidate for ndtnimton liaa the pririlegeol'Htudying two years forhisiirt ex- auiinatioii. After linring awl tlie Unitone, he in ohliged to take tlie twootlicr cxamiuations at tlie inteml of one yenr Uaring clwr-en hia Ool lege, hie! tirfft huifineeH ii to take tlie list of atudiea which the L'niteraity prescrilxw for the first cx- amiiintion, nnd wlitt from it thc oourxe whlch he will pursue. Ile then engagoN his tutor, nnd at mich interrala as tbey inay ngrce upon he repoira tn hia tutor'a rooma for instruction or dircction, nnd at tbe commenccment of ench terin pa)s him Micli a fee as the cuatomsof the ColIcgeprcril'C. Thc atudent can tbu consult his own Uste, pe culiaritiea and aptitndcJ in hh choice of studica nnd text bookn, and in hi' wlection of tcnchcn. Uaving mndo hl selection of lutli, he gires hiiu- clf to hU work witli such nrdor ns hU own nm bitiou or ouneicnce nuiy inspire. Uo inay do little or o mucJi iui lie plcacx. Ilo inay opcnd hU tiine on the crickct ground nnd nt the boat olub, or ln hiif rooui nnd nmid hU looks. Jle inay f-tudy bliuply to ims his cxnniination, with out neial crwlit, nnd on the lcnnt iOMlble curri- culuui, or ho inay stuuy for honora. Of the twcn-tj-.M.'cn liumlrt'd fitudcnU in the Uuircrsity last jcnr, only two huudred nnd seienty prcscnted theuischefl to bo cxaimncu for honom, nnd of thcso only twenty-kcten obtnincd thcui. Ten per ccnt. only of tho ttudcntn npiro to a higli gdo of Mjholarehip, and onc per ccnt. only nch tho oovctud prize of their ambition. Jiinctypcrcent. nro sitiidied witli tho barren lionor of a dcgreo obtnincd at the lcn.st cot ol' mcnt.il nctivity nnd with thc mlniinum of intellcctual labor. Thcre la no cnd to the progrosa which tho ambitlous bcholar inay niako undcr tho Univcrsity training. ll'ho PUS.SOS ench of his cxnminations, In nll tho Ktudico doeignntcd, without mi.staVe or blundcr, he U admittcdupou clection to a fellowship in hia Oollcgo. A fillowfhlp obtainwl in thii wny giics toitsfortunale posoiwor a llfeintcnMt in tho Ool lcge. Ileh;in fcuito of roomndcvotcd to liUcxclu- siro uh. Iloain hare hhi cnmnioin with tho ntu denta, nndrccciies nn annual btijiendof from ono liundred to firolumdrodpounda. Thisricholjnihip, with its pcrciuiniten, i. racatcJ only by dcath or luarnagc Tho dcgrees of the Unirersity nro giren only upon cxniuination. The dcgrce of Maf-tcr or of Doctor can only bo rcachcd by n oour.no ol rigid btudy and cxnuiinntlon, sucli ns but fuw- of the graduatcs nre crer willing or ablo to undergo, Thero aro not two hundreu mcn liviug upon rvhom tho two UnirernUiM of Oxfonl and Cnm bridgo haro confcrrcd tho degree of Doctor of Dirinity. Sc4irco tho lcast or our fiew hngland Collcgcs but can bonst a largcr rcoord of honora gircn than botli of ihtxo lauioua institutions. Tho Uoinmcmoratlon Ij hcld cacli ycar. in the montli of Jnnc, in tho Unhersity theatroorUo tunda i acircular huilding, after tho rtyle of an auinhlthcatre. or rery much liko tho dome of bt I'aul's Cathednil, bot down uiion the ground. It in most cinphatlcnlly tho ntudent's dny. For onco they take the reirvs Into their own handa nnd glro full rent to their fceling'i. They osncuiblo in tlie gallcrics of tho ninphithcatre. The stago and audienco tro in full riew. No ono can enter orgoout without thelr notice. As thoesaiylsU conio un tho etago to rcad thelr thcacs, tlicy npplaud or hlsa, nccordiug to their ancreign nnd copricioua fancy. Dull rcadcra nre criticiscd, eommcnted upon, nnd fiually dismKscd with a pcrfcctftonnof hootings nnd liksci i chcera or laughter or derMon greet erery rcader, nnd lie li inost fortnnnto who can lioja that ordcnl unscath' ed. Unpopular offiecrs,rigorous janitora, nro de tectedintho crowd, or discorered on entering, nnd atonce nre callcd out, jccrod, hootod, hlsscd, bidden to go out, nnd thcrc U no lull to the ntorin until tho unhappy vlctlm of thelr wrotli haa dls appenred Iront their night In a pcrfect tempeat of Iiurrahs. They take the occtulon there, nlj, to exprem thelr opprobatlon or disllke of publlo mcn nnd racasures. Some one calla out for gronra for Glndstone, (hli movcmcnt to discstablHi the church has tnado hlrn tcry uiiiopuIar nt Oifotd) , nnd for lcn ininutcs crcrjthing haa to glte wny, while young Kngland tMtlfica iLe. dixnpprovnl of tlie grcnt Ijhcml leadcr. Thc fcw pnrtlwns of Oladsitono who ntteiopt to wlthstnnd the tcmpcat, only ndd fuel to tlie Aro, and InAamo atlll inoro tho vehc inenc of thelr nngcr. And no the coinmtmo- rntion goe ott, Ilko a ship In tho hands cf the crcw, lurching fnjiu aide to sidc, (va on nn nngry nnd U'mpcetiioua wa, till tlio nlght ahiita in, and tho Unltcrsity falls Inck onco inoro lnlo tho handn of its clinnetllor nnd oflicprji, nnd nursuM lli pcnco- ful courso. Younft Knglund hna lmd !t own dny in thc jcar, nnd old Jlngland reauDicj Ita awny nt Oxfonl. Thc oullcgo unifurm, whlch ix alwnji worn, cx ccptnt ccrtnln delgnat(l tiiuwi, U extrcinely un bcooining nnd ugly. A nlwrt, half gown of blnck nlmecn, with ugly flowlng alccren, Tflthnhorcl tnpiwd hnw, tnakcs thc atudcnta look like n fet of breeiy niani.ien, nnd do but little toward njtting ou" handwiiiely tho genernlly line nnd nthletie tig- iirenoriho j-oung men. Some Ilght dilli'renec In the cut of thegnnnent, dlxtinguishes tbe grado of the neliolara and the ntiiiberH of the mrloua oollegen. Tlie t'ellowa Iraie an ngly toga of their otra, ar.d ti.c Doctopi of Dirinity with thelr crim soii robcn, attract uioro notlco for thelr brllllant plnmage, tlun rciect for thelr strnnge tajto. Tlio cxaminntlonH are in tho prcxenee of n exiin inittee nppolntcil by tho I'ulTCrrilty. Tlie tn denta nro examlned nciinratcly, not more tlian two or three lefng at any tline in the hall, while the eiamlnntlon ls In progrcwi. Tlie atudentn pre-ent wrlttcn these njwn nubjocta ttiat nre In dicalcd hy the oominUtco. TIiom nubjccU test thelr knowledge of the dqmrtments tlnry Imre atudied. The carwrn are writteu In tlie nreMnee of the oummlttce, nnd without ony otlier resource powihlo, lliau tho rnholar'n own ntbiinmentti. Tninlatiun, detnnntration, nnd nhiloannhioal nndliternry nnd liMtorienl tl'esi, ensily teatthe nbillty nnd nttnlninenta of llie atudcnt, nnd detormine hl rank. The few exnminatioiw to which I llstenl, were ln no renpect, auperlor to IhoM) in the mnie ela of atudies in our own eolleges. i'or readinesn nnd freedom of coininuiilmtiun, our Ainerican studenti hare n deeidod ndvnntngo orcr the KnglUh ttudent. Our nyitcin of rccltationi or of daily cxatnlna tion,cultir.il5i Ihc ncthe, oommunicatiic jiowcni. Tliero i lem hitvou.'ihim, tiinidity and liOKita tion at our oollege oiamlratiorw, than at Oxford. Our studentA havca o,ulckerperccptlon, a grcater eoae nnd frcodom, nndn more thorougti oonimand of their faculticK. It would not be quito so eny for our exnminers to " pluck" them. Our ny tcm In.!urc prcsencc of mlnd, nnd a inore facllo ue of knowledge. It i luiixMnible for our eol leges li rie with nn Kngllh Unhcrtily training, In thernriety and extent of wholnt!e culture s in thc dcrelopment of ppeclnl Intclloctunl gifta nnd powere ; in the lionora which nre otlered to pre eminent lnduetry, nmhition orgcniua ; but forn praetieal. unifomiand uveful training, ourcnllcge ytem ls by far tlie miit admirahlc. lf any graduate of n New Kngbind college denirea to perfect himnelf in the higliest hranchefi of intellectual culture, if lie would rench un diaguiocd eminencu na a clawioal scholar, or the iniwt thorough nonuaiutance with the exnct wi cnccsi, or the ilpcct hUtoricnl or phlloophicnl eultlration, he inight wcll rejmlr to the lieautiful ncadeniic fhades of tho nncient Unirersity of Ol ford. Tline, in daily intcrcouie with theiooKt genial and eultirated of Bngliih scholars, drlnk ing in inspimtiou from thc rcry ntmosphere thnt encirclm tliat nurwry of the benutiful arU nnd pciencex, traM'rsing the old walks of Magdalen Oollege where AddiM)n mued till the fire ol Iih eoul rrns kindlcd,or melltating undcr thernlghty years of Chrlt Church, nnd eonveint with the illuminatcd lnis&Lle, the rarc curi'jKities, the nn cient mnnucripU nnd tho w ide rnuge of old nnd rcccnt bxiks tluit crowd thc llclrcs of llie 1M- leian Iiibmry in uncounted, unrcgi";tcrod profu- Mon ; he inny find thc inoans tur such n gcnerous culture, ns no Ameriean Uniu'rsity cun furnish. Ilut he mlght wcll ask himlf, if frnin Kich n culture lie eould i'nd in the rough Iinni work of a new country: if thedutie whieli lielong to the Americnn Mliolar would not lecome dita.te ful to thc ttccomplished graduate of an KnglUh Uimerslty. A wcek at Oxford inight glre hlm idens that would nid hlm to modify nnd iinproe our Hjstem, but it would banlly no encliant as to lcud blui todi.ard it nltogether. Dakt. For tbe Journal. )in.siitKTiu;cii:cLi:. Ilans Schnaips is n Duteli rnstic Iiring in a little rillage in Oelderlnnd, where he has workod nll his life on a plot of ground that belongs to his ncighbor Nicdcrslcin. Ho wns bnrn in the rillage, nnd so were his fathcr nnd his grand- fathcr, nnd, I bclicte, his gront grandfathcr, too. And ho isjustas wcll olfns his rcmotcst known auccstor is supiiosod to hare bcen nclthcr bct- ter nor worse. He goes to his daily lubor, makes the bcanty uieans he has sufBco for his cxistcncc, and liics in iieaco with all mcn. There is only one day in tho r cnr when this does not keeji good On that day llgns tnkes holiday nnd goes with his friends to make merry nt tho neighboring township of Kootwtk. Ou that day ho nlways sjiends more than a wceks rerenu&somctimes quarrels with hisnciiunintancesat Kootwyk, nnd has bcen known to return home undcr a htern oomiction thnt ho had bceomo tho ccntro of the world round wliom crcrything wns circlingns round a right rojTil king. ilut thls is only onco n ycar. Durtng tho other 301 days Hans leads n steady, pcnceful lifc in the firm faitli that Koot wyk is the greatestcity undcr IIeacn,and his own natire rillugo next important. Ho has nev- cr gone farthcr from honio tlian this, und it has possibly nerer occurrcd to him that the world rcachcs f.irthcr thnn tho liiuitsof his own rision, I intruduce Hans to notice in thispUco ior when 1 made his ncipiaintauce it occurrcd to mc that he was a tyiie of n large clnss ninongst us. Myriads of mcn and womcn, too aro quito ns contcnt nslic to lno witlun n nnrrow circle ; not phj&ically only, hut mcntally, too. And if one nmoug thoso myriads khould pcrcliaiKO laeet mo hcre I iurite Jiim to gt with meto tho top of you- der mount ho kuows it wcll and gaio for a lcw inoments into the world lieyond. Tho prospect inay prore uMif'ul, but lct me at lonst hoio thnt it Minll be intcrcsting. Our idcas rc)ccting any glten tuljcctnrc gcn crally rclatiio. Wo form estlmntes hy uncoii' sciously comparlng tho objcct bcfore us with hoinethlng clso. And the grcater the nuinbcr of Uio.mj somethings whlch any mrt!culur mind has storod away withln its reeesses, by so much more does the criticul power increaMi, and oftcnthnes tho rendlness to bo plcosed dlminlsh. Thls latter eiTect may, howcrcr, t coiintcracteil hy culture, and then it often results In girlng ground for thaso nunicrous nnccdotes whcro grcnt mcn nro truthfully dexriliod ns taking delight in nimple rccreations. Thcre was a littlo strcam running by tho ril lage, and poor Bchnapps thought it a magnificcnt rhcr; just as tho green, checrful-looklng hills that liordercd on his natho ralley wero rcgardcd by him as niajcstlc mountains. I'ut ho had nerer sccii n largcr river, although ho knew ono con- siderably wiinllcr in tho rippling brook that skirt- ed the foot of his own garden; and tho rango ol hills bohiud whlch the fcun sank at night und roso in tho luorning wero ia like uianner oliiects of tho grcatest magnitude that his mind had cver liecn callcd uiwn tu eomprehend. bo lie appreeiated a subllmlty.in wlmt mlght hardly hare sufSccd to make any extraordinary impression on less hum' blo uiinds, Tho fact 1 oonroy lioro may causo noiuo looplo to smile the amlle of Bceptlcism, but the ciiances aro that the conditlonof euch is not far rcmorcd from that of Hans of Geldcrland Ixrt us fcco. What intcUlgcnt sccptie aro your ideasol magnitude? I'erhaps tho oucstion has not occurrcd to you beforo. Without, then pressing for a reply, I will brlclly indlrate what thev oucht ta be. Tnls world is n wido plaeo so we think, nnd 80 it is,forallliumiiiipurposcs. Wocnnnottrorel round it In leM than some innnlha ; jct lt whlrls thniugh 08,(100 mltes of nnce, wliile nn ordlnary wnlkcr paces four mll. And it is n mcre icek when compnred with thc mlghty world tlmtwe sco around us. Wo luvtc all hoanlof Ihomin's HwU. In Mnrcti, 1K17, somo of nn unununlly re mnrknble chitracler bccnme nppnrent, nnd orjf of tlftn wns found to covcr n plnce of not lew thnn 3,780,000,000 sajunro niiles. Tho sun rlios nnd wts, nnd wo tront his cxisleiH'O nnd hU npparrnt joiirncy from ttiat to West very imich as n'luat tcr of courMj, but whnt cnn lw tho exlcnt onirat gloljc uiKin whlch suchnsinco ii with dllueiiUy rlslble. Iinaglno 331,0.10 worlds like thls ifin which wo llte rollcd Into onc, nnd we linte fonie oonreptlun of the sun's !. Or, to put tho mnt ter dirfercntly, Ifthe onrlli wero to lj suddenly incroAMxl ho ns to cipial Iho suu in inngnitude, its hulk would take in the wlrole orliit of thc moon nnd cxtetid 00,000 inllcs lieyond. Yet, when compnred wltli other orthe heacnly liodies tho .iui ls small. To reallio thls we iniit allll extend the Umlts ofour imnglnntion. Wltlioutenterliig Into tfiede tnils of reeent emiulrles, I take the dlatnncn lw twren the eAin and tho earth to bo 05,000,000 mllcs; which Ilght, trnreling nt thc rnto of 101, 700 mllos in n (econd of tlme, iwws cncr in lttlle more than eight inlnutes. Now lct u travorjo a snmll irtlon nf sfKiee nml step from cerlli to Jlnrs from Jlars to Jupltcr rrom JupHcr to Saturn from S.Uurn to Uranua from Urnnus to Keptune. We nre now 3,000,000,000 nilleanwny. The wrM we Imre reaehed ls only 200 tlme larger than the earth, bnt the sun lias bcaxnne likeatmall ntar nnd hia llght lake ft bouftl to reach us. Yet oren thls ls Irwlgnlfioant. Xcptiitie journejs mund tlie sun in nn orbitof more than 1H,000,00,000 miles, nnd jet if thcre nre any reaidents upon his anrface nnd why should there not bef the houern prexent Ui them the sauio apioarance as they do to us. There in the di'utnce bums the Dog Ur, there eireles the Oreut Itatr ; while tho Southern Cross, Orion, the benutiful I'leiades, and all tho other ooiistcll.Ui.HH, are as fainiliar to thc Neptunian natrononier ns to us. Three thoumnd mllliuns of iniles ls too nunll n dUtaiico to I'H'cct nny nptnr cnt dlil'crence in therelatirepo'dtions of thc other hoarenly bixlies. Ix-t ui then glance nt them. The nonrest of thc llxed stars is in tho Con'tcl ntion Ccntaur ; that is twcnty-ono million fire liundred nnd eighty thousnnd millions of miles away, and light tnkes three and one-hnlf jcari in pawing from it to us. A star known as 01 in the .Swnn Is Ofty-frro milllons ond cightythrco tlwu- snnd fire liundred milllons of miles dfctant, and Its light roaches us in nomething more than nine enrs. birius, tlie Dog star, whoso brilliancy is known to all of us, ie awny in space not loss thnn one hundrcd nnd thirty milllons four liundred nnd thlrty-fito milllons of miles, nnd his light cotnes to usin twenty-onennd-nhalf years. Then ifwe go to thenearest nebulawo rench n dlstnnce of two liundred nnd Kixty thoumnd eight liun dred und ecnty milllons ol mlllions of miles ; whence Jibt reaches us only in 13,312 years. Hersehel eonsldered thnt tho mot powerful in- struments at our di'iMHal haro enabled thc hu- mnn eyo to pierce into dcptlis of space from whieli light takes at the least 3,.'KW,000 years to reach us. Ilut that is not thc limit of crcation nor tlie final bound of magnitude. All roason, all ci- ilente militates nzninst sueh nn nlea. lct us itu- ngino that we are whlrled awny from thc enrth with a rclocity which would sulfieo to take us to the mm in eight tninutos, nnd that we should uorer tiro in the terriffio Journey till nt the cnd of three and a half million years wc found a rest- ing placo upon a world at thc extrcme Iwundary of present rbilon. Wc -hould still gazc into i-pace and Fee other worlds, and other suns blaz- ing from anotherremotedi-tance,circling in their orhits and obeying the groat laws which gorern nll thlngs. The mind cannot rcalito thls, but mayhap thc aoul will. Who knows? In thc meantimc, haring shown my feepticnl frlend this riew of thlngs outsldo thoclrclo of his ordlnary lifc, I Icnio hnn to n companon with Ilans Schnapps; nud on nnotlier oconiion will jierlmps nsk him to go with mc ln nn oppositc di rection. AllOUX.rlll.NTM. A well dresexsl womau is a walkiug shrine at which I worhip as I pass. She is a pub. lie licucfactor: tho nark. thc stroet. thc church, tho publio asscmbly sigh for her eoming and aro richcr and liappier when the oomes. I liko beautiful dress, bcautiful houses, beautiful appoiutmcnts of all sorts ; but all tliese, instcad of s;itisf) ing me, fill me with grcat dcsiro for bomething inoro; and that is miuds and hoarts to match. It uscd to bo a custom for (icrrnan mothers to say their ehildren as they tricked them out for church on Sunday moruings : "As I ndorn thce outsidc, may Ood adorn thco inside." Somcthing of that sort I would haro rich mcn and womcn sav to themsclvcs ns thev make thctn-clves beautiful oulwnrdly, as they liavc a right to, as it is their uuty to it their money is wcll carncd. An Inchiext. On Sabbatli morning last.j whilo tho organist of thc first Congrcgational Socicty in Leicester was pcrforming tho volun tary, two little aistcrs, uescendants ol ono ot tho rarly families of tho town, wallcd up onc of thc aislcs bcaring a bcautiful bouquct, and passing around tho front of tho pulpit to Iho family tlip of llev. Dr. Nclson, prcscuted it to him and passed on to their own slip. Thero was n intcrcst in tho silcnt prcscnta tion and rcception of this little tokcnof affcc tion, which would not bo apparcnt to a strau gcr, but it rcinindcd tho congrcgatiou that this was tho eiijlitij'third auniversary of llie bivlh of their vcnerablo and beloveu scuior pastor, whoso rclntion to tho church and noci ely had coutiuucd uow inoro than firty-wven years. Tho token was passod ovcr to tho partncr of his youth, then sittiug by his sidc, who had, for ncnrly tho snino number of years, tiharcd with him in tho carcs and plcasurcs of parish duties, and duriug tho aftcrnoou scrvices it graccd tlio coniiuuuion table in front of tho sacrcd dcsk. IjEssoxs of Somkow. Sorrow sobers us and makos thc mind genial. And in sorrow wo lovo and trust our friends moro tcndcrly, and tlio dcar bceomo doarcr to ns. And Just as tho tstars bhino out in tlio nights, so thero arcblessed faccs that look nt us iu our gricf, though their fcaturcs wero fading from our recoilection. Suficringl Lct no man dread it too nmch, becauso it is bctler for him, and it will hclp to make him suro of bcing imrnor tal, It is not in tho bright days, but only in tho soloinn nlght, that otlier worlds nre to be tccn bhining iu Iho long, ioiig distanccs, Aud it is in sorrow tho night of tlio eoul--thnt rro sco tho furthcrcst, aud know ouroclvcs n.v livcs of infinity and sous and daughtcrs of thojlost lliglt! Tiik IUvi'V ScnrmsE. A lady distin guUhcd as a writcr htatcs that, when tho was iu hcr fourtcenth ycar, tho grcat duty of con socratinglicreelf to hcr Itcdecmcr was brought homo to hcr hcart and coascicnca ; and tha ppccal obstaclo in hcr way was fcar of an cldcr brothcr, then spcnding at homo his ecllcgo vacatioc. Ilo was a young man of brilliant proniiso, but with grcat powcrs of ridiculo, and sho shrank from his incrcilcss wit, For sovcral days tho conflict. bctwcen eonvictions of tho Fpirit and his displeasurc, fillcd hcr with agony, At last sho yicldod hcrsclf to Christ, and rcsolrod to confcss it to hcr brothcr, and imploro him to mako tho saiue wisn choice. With fnltering tongito sho in troduced the subject, when, to hcr joy, he scizod hcr haud, and, with lcarful cycs und trcmulous voicc, told hcr that he too i'or somo timo had bcen undcr rcligious iniprcssions, nnd that the grcat obstaclo that nppcared be foro Mm wns tho fcar that it would cut him off from her lovo and sympathy, What a happy surpriso was thls to both of thcia I Tm Mcssenrer, ).US. WliAliy.i ar h intA Roaege. Kather, I'm e"l tnd weary (trk nae raet i Wtary of earth, lll ItMMn and Ita aelaiwi W'miy ereoinb&l wllli Its muy asra la there no refoxe for ne on thy brrnit t Deoetred by tboso on whnm I moet retled Wonry of broken frtefrdalilp, eft betray ed 1narnliC U truit, arel )ft to teNit arrabl i 1 eetno to ono In wlwm I tiy eooAilc. 0 I ain weary of thls elnful llfe, Wcory oferrlni, snd )et errlnx atlll, KoowInK, yet dulnjr not thy boly wlll 0, 1 ain weary of thla endless strlfb I 1 aak not tbat Tbon Uko me from tho emrtb, Hut keep me from Ika eella KnWle y foel. Awl irlre me atreBRtb H ranny woea to meet -To aet all wortliy of my hearonly blrth. 0 1 teeeb nre to do Kor!.-with heart and tiand TohfrpthQeotrofgllnr'noUi aloadof irrlil, nellerlag wbete my M um) lrlna rnllel Tline erer followlnx Thy l.lpet oommanil 0' to w ao Inoat drend U alfl, Tbat I may threeyl Tby way in boly fcar, Stlirinir to keep iny eoiuebtioo erer elear, .My worda all rlirtit, aad purlly nlibln. And ir I foel thls llfe a waarlneaa, With aunli a utter lonellnosa ofboart 0 ' glrd my aptrltnewer etrrae;th tmpart. With hMenly a) mpelliy tay aplrll bloae. Then will my eoet the boly Inltnenoe know, Tlien may 1 bo a eomi'rer In the etrlfe, And 1 may Qnnly treod my way Uirotia-li llfe Till enda soy toliaoaao pHsrtinaaw bolow. Sin'iiiu' in Cliurch. NOT AbONB, lirjT BOTII. Wo oeonsionally indulge in reiunrks aliout choirs nnd tinging. Our objeet is (o hclp make the publlo vrorship of Ootl atlractivo lo " llioso who nre without. opieaii tor thoo who ilo not onre to plosd I'or lliein- selros. If it is iloing good servieo for Uhrist to stand on tho street oorner nnd sing a hynin to bring together a oompany to lienr the wiicl, wliy is it not uoing tsiuauy goou jcrvico to provido ntlractiro singing for the ordinary Sabbath scrvices of tho Lord's hotise? Hut how ehall wo gct attractiro singing? Somo say it must bo by tho choir only ; oth crs by the congrcgatiou only. We answer " Not by cithcr nToue, but by both." This we will not attempt lo provo by argmiu-nt, but will cito a einglo cxamplo. A fcw Sabbaths ngo, the annual collection for foreign miwiions was takcn at l'urk Strcet Church, Hoston. Tho choir had sung tho To Deum ns a voluntary in oiening the morning scrvico, aud tho subscription papers wero ctrculatcd iimncdiately after tho first praycr. While they wero pasn'ng, the 1'as tor proposod tho ainzitig of a inissionary hymu. Tho choir lcu, nnd tlio wholo largo congregation uuitcd, not nominally, but real ly at first with a little hesitation, as if this wero not cxaotly in tho ordinary routinc, but soon with n magnificcnt volumc of sound and song. Wo do not know what cffect this had upon tho contributiou, although wo wero not surpriscd, cubscfiucntly, to learn that it was larger than usual j but wo know that tho singing was good, iuspiriug, worshipful, bccauso wo fcit it. " Thcrc, that is what a wholo 'conirregitioii can do. Let all the jienple praiso Him 1" Ycs : but wait. At tho closa of tho socoud rjraver. and without any annouucemcnt, tho choir rose. and, unacconipanieU by nny in Btrumcnt, sang, iu tho moVt swoct and quiet tones: . " ' Jcsus, wbo knowa full well Tbo beart of e ery enint, Inrltea ua all our fflth to tell i To pray, nnd never lalnt. Ile bdwa Illa taeioua cnn r'e norer pluad In raln i Tlicn let ua wait IIH bo appe&r, And proy and pray ajutn." As wo writa thcso fnmiliar linas, thc ini pression steals orerus ngain of the infinilc tcnderness and condcscension of J osus ns wo were then impressed. We ncvcr bcforu in our life fclt so fully tho powcr and bcauty of those vcrscs ; nnd yct they wero sung by a choir, wliilo " all the pcoplo" kcpt still vcry still, And they wero suug by what is sup- posed to bo tho worst of all choirs, a iiuar- tetto, and a paid ryuartctto, (why not paid if tho miuistcr is ) They wero sung to nn un. 1 fumiliar.tunc, but they wero sung well, and sunir to the hcart. It is diflicult to seo how tho samo effect could havo bcen producod in any other way. Tho singing of those two stanzas was a most tiowcrlul manilestation ol to'divino truth in that assemblv, Tho sermon followcd ; and, at tho closo of tho scrvico, tho whole congregation again lifled up their voiccs in " From all that dwelt bclon tbe aklea Let tbo Creator'e prniiw arle." Wo havo takcn this cxamplo from l'ark-st. Church bccauso we aro jurt now moro fnmil iar with lts singing than with that ol nny otl.cr congregation. It is not cclcbratcd in this rcspcct, and wo talce llio more pieasuro in rcferring to it for this reason. Tho sing. ing in Spurgcon's or licecher's church is too far nbove tho ordinary reach to bo a good cx amplo. Let us givo two or thrco hints naturally suggestcd by this caso. 1. When tho choir sings alone, it should sing familiar eorit ; otherwiso tho whole will bo unintclligible, or tho cltect will Uo marred by tho uso of liooks by tho congrejja tion. No ehoir causpeak tho words so plain ly as to rcuder etrango liymns witli any cf. fect. Lct tho words be iiuniliar to tho peo ple, and the musio appropriale, whcther n:w or old. 2. Tlie congregation should uuito with tho choir in ono of tho carly hymns ns wcll ns Iho last. It is uttcrly unfair to crowd tho pcoplo into tho last corncr of tho scrvico. Wo bclicvo tho contcst bctwcen choirs and congregation should bo scttlcd by employing uom j me lormcr ior mc moro ucucniu ser vicc of sone, tho lattcr for tho grand out pouring of praiso. If a church cannot havo both, of courso it must dispcnso with choir singing, Tho troublo with tuany churchcs is, that they hnve ncithcr to any good pur rosc, Tho choir monages to keep tho con' grcgation silcnt, and inight almost as wcll bo silent itsclf. Wo hopo for bcttcr days, both in citr and country, when our choirs shall cithcr sing part of the timo alone, and sing wcll, or sliall be contcnt eiuiply to hclp and lead tho wholo oasomuly ln singing. (icms from Spiirgrnii, Tho Atoncmcnt, as nn cxhibition of tho divino charncter, tcnds to begct sorrow for sin and trust in Christ. As a rovelation of tho hcart of Ood, it movcs witlt pcrsuasivo nnd Bubduiuz nowcr unon tho hcarts of mcn, As a nractical dcmonstration of Jchovah's lovc. paying homago lo his rightcousness, and yct reading out its hand to rocover tho lost, it ..i... .l, ;...l.l ..l IliaKCS VUO piroilgoav Hliagiunuiv uivrii iv uui rcligious naturc. Thero Is a deepmcaning In tho Apostlo's wonlst "Wo lovo him bccauso ho first loycd us j" for it is tho tcudency of lovo to begct lovo i and, II any trutli could ny Us own nrop or inlluenco originato spirilual lifu in a eiulul soul, it would bo the truth, so oftcn repeatod in tho Now Tcstanienl, that Christ suflcred for our sins, tho just for tho unjust, to bring us to Ood: for this truth prcaents tho liich. cst instanco, tho crowning manifeslation of divino lovo to mcn, Truo nictr consists Iu nractical obcdi cnco, and when ouo lcarns how to obcy, and minds Ood" in all things, ho is truly gooil. This ia tbo highcst tcst of goodncss and tho highcst attammcnt a crcated bcing cvcr makes is to icarn " now to miim uou.- ii is tno grcat lcsson of our livcs on earth, aud will bo ncrlcctcu in ucaycu. !lldisbaads & liuivs. thii i TintRK i.i rn i: ('iTaiusI er ttns. n r. ruNnv. They sat atnnu by tlio hrlxbt wood Irt, The nraydialred dame and the axed aire, DrrwmlRC of days Rotto by , Tbe lesrlna M) on wh wrlakl d vbeek, Tbey butli lisd UiounliU Ilut the eoulil not apoek, Aa oa b hpnrt uttcrml a oIk'i Tor Ihelr and and learrnl ayee dwi 1-I Thrre little obalrf plaoeil alde Ii) ildu, Amklniit thu alfUiuri'Oin wnll i 01 l.RiahionH'l otioUKb as thero tlie alnod, Tliolr aoate of nie aad their frain of woml , With thelr baoka o atraixbt and l.ill. Then the alr ahook hia allrcry iMaxl, And wilb tremlilln n ou li K'ntl aiild " AlothiT, thoae I'lnply hlra ' Tlin hriiiv w muiiIi itift.1. ii I thouhUi tn'tillit, Wm'II pot tlmm fnreii r mit uf aUht, In Mu aiiwll deik roniii, up stAlra." Bot ibeaniwered, " Fjth'.r, im, iki! )ct, F t I i.ink at thani and I Iwji t Thut tbe ehildren wriit ewe . The 1 1 e eorao baok, and nur Mar , tuo, With liur aprnn on of rho keuil Iduo, And ait here evory dn . Jnhiin ellll wlnttli a a ihip'a Ull tuant, And Willlo hia luadi'U lnilkte imnt, Whllo JUry her rriMiwork wwi . At uvenlni; tlmt1 tlirvo ohililiili prit) ! Un up to tiod fmm tboiiii little chair, So enniy tliat no on i know. Johnn eomea iNKb from tln hlll iw diMip, lllle wiktt rroui the WUIe-nelil elecp, To any a xood.nlaiit to mu i Itary'a a wlni and inotber no nioro, flnt a tlred olilll wboee play-timo la o'vr, And ootnca to r-t on ui) knti. Ko lot thorn atand Un re, thoaitb i mpty now, And every ttran whrn atono wo tmw At tho Fatber'a thronv to pray, Wo'll mi to moi t tho eblldrcii atoii, In our Harionr'a homo of rcat aml lovo, rVhero no eblld goetb awa) ." llliir l'.vcs lloliiml (hu Ycil. A PHACTICAl Ibb UBTltATION. Jlr. IMko was late nt breakfast that was not an unusual occiirrcnce and ho was dis poeod to bo crtMS ; which wns likcwieo noth ing now. Ho ho rctired behind his uewspaper, and dovoured his egzs and toast without vouchsafini: auv reply, save iu unsocial tnouo- syllables, to tho remarka of thc frush looking lady oppoaito towit: .Mrs. l'Algo. Ilut sho was gafhering together hcr forces for tho final onslaught, and when nt length Mr. Ivlge had got down to llio Ust pnragrapn nnd luiu asiuo tlie ncwfpapcr it oame. " Dear, didn't you say you wero going to leavo a huudred dollars for my furs, to-day?" " Wliat furs?" (rather shorlly fjiokeH.) " Those new sables, donr ; my old nfiairs are getting shoekingly ahabby, and 1 really thitm " " 0, pshaw ! What's the use of bcing .so cxtravngant ? I havn't nny money just now to lay out on useloss follies The old furs are good enough for any seusible womau to wear." Mrs. Ivlge, good, meek littlo soul that sho was, rolaprd into immeiliatn siloucu ; sho only sighod a soll, iuward sigh, and prescntly be gan a new tack. " llcnry, will you go with mo to my auut'a to-night?" " Cau't you go alono ?" " Alono I how it would look !" Mrs. Kdge's teniier I'or sho had one, llioucli it did not oftcn parado itsclf was fitirly aroused. " You are so neglcclful of thcso littlo attcntions you ueil to pay ino onco ; you never walk wilh me, nor pick up my handkerchicf, nor notico my drcss ns you did you onco." " Well n fellow can't be forevcr waiting on tlio womcn, can ho'l" growlcd Jlr. Klgo. " You eould bo polito enough to Jlrs. Vn- tors last uiglit, when you never thought to ask ivhcthcr I wautod anything, though you kucw perloctly wcll that 1 had u hcadachc. 1 don t bclicvo you oaro so mucli Iur mo as you uou to. atiu urs. ivJgo iookcii cx- treincly pretty with lcars in her bluo oyos, aud a quiver on tho round rosy lips. " l'shaw ! saul tuo uusuaiid peovisiuy. " Now don'l be silly, Maria." " And in tho stago, yosterday, you never iisked mo il 1 was warm cnough, or put my fihawl around uio, whilo Mr. Hrowu wns so afloctionato to his wil'o. lt wns morlifying cnouch, llcnry: indceu it was. 1 didn't know womcn wero such fools. said Mr. Kdgc, af ho drow on hisovcreo.it to oscnpo Iho tempest that was so rapidly ap proachinK. " Am I tho sort of a man to mako a ninny of mysclf doing tho polito to any sort of a l'cmale creaturo ? Did you ovcr know mo to bo conscious wlietticr a woiuan had on n shawl or a swallow.tailed eoat?" Maria cclipsed tho blue oyes behind aTit tlo pocket handkerchief, and llcnry, Iho sav- age, bangcd tho door loud cnough to givo Iletty in tho kitchcu a nervous stnrt. " Itaining again ! I do beliero wo aro go. ini; to havo a second edition of tho dclugc," said Mr. Kdiio to lilmself that ovcnin, us ho cnsconcod hissix fcctol'iniiiuity iu tho south' west corncr of n Oity Hall horso-cnr. "Oo ahcad, eonductor ; oan't you sco wo aro full, and it's dark already 7" " In ono minule, nir," said tho eonductor, as ho helpcd a littlo womau with baskct on board. " Now, sir, inoro up a little, if you tilcase. Mr. Kdgowas cxccedingly comforlablc, and did not want to movu .up.lmt tho li"ht of tho lamp faUing ou tho peariy fordraid aud ehiu ititr eves, ho nltercd his mind und movod up. "What lovelv oycs!"nuoth ho mcntally, as ho bostoucd u singlo ackuowlodgiug tiuilc. " lleal violct ! tho vcry color I ndmiro most lllces mo ! what business lias nu old marriod niiu liko me thiukiug iiliout oyes; there, sliu has drawn a confoundoil vcil ovcr hcr faeo, aud Iho liuht is as dim as a tallow dip ; but thoso wero nrcttv cvcs 1" Tho fair possessor of tho bluo eyos hhivcred sliglitly, and drow hcr inantilla closcr around hcr Miouldcrs. " Are you cold, Miss ? l'ray honor ino by weariug my Bhawl j I do not ueod it inyself." Sho did not rcfuso sho murnmred somo fuiut upology for troubling him, but it was uot a rcfusal, "No troublo not a bit," said ho wilh alacrity, orrangiug it on hcr tapcring shoul dcrs, aud then ns thu young ludy haudcd hcr I'.iro to Iho coiiduetor ho tuiiil to himself i " What a slcndcr, lovoly littlo hand. If tliero is anything I ndmiro iu a womau it is a pret ty hand. Wondcr what Und of a uiouth fchu has got? It must bo a dclightful ono if it eorrosponds with iho hair and eycs, l'laguo tako tlio vcil." liut "plaguo," w'noovcr that mysticul powcr inay be, did not tako postosalon of tho vcil, so Mr, Kdgo's curiositr about tho bluo eyod ilamscl rcinaincil unsatisucd, "Havo you rooiu cnough, Jliss? I fear you nro.crowdod. l'ray sit a littlo closcr to mo." "Thauk you, sir," was tho noft reply eom ing from uudor tlio vcil, ns Mr. lvlgo rap. turously rcflcctod, " liko an ungcl from out a uark cloud. Anu his hcart guvo a loud thump as tho pretty ehouldcrs touclied his owu bhaggy ovcrcoat in a hcsitating sort of a way. " Decidcdly, tlus ls gottingiiuito roinniilic, thought he, and then with uu audiblo whispcr, what would Maria say 7" Tho rcst of that long, drcary rldo was dclicious with that thouldcr ngaliiat his owu. How gallantly ho Jumncd to pull tho strap for hcr by some brcak of fortuuo it liappcncd to bo tho vcry samo strcct whcro ho intcndcd lo stop. Aud under tho circuni stauces wo hardly blamo him, wln'ii tho cnrs (topncd eo suddenly that sho eaught at his liaud for support, for tho squcco ho gavo tho plump, snowy palm j any mnn of hia scnso would havo dono tlio samo it was such an tuviting littlo Hly. "Allow mo to oarry your Irasket, Miss, as long ns our paths lie tn the leame direetlon," snld Mr. Ilge courtoously, relieving her of her burden ns hosjioke ; ' and may Ira you'd flul letw difficulty if you would takomynrin." Well, wasu't it dolightlul? Mr. lilgo for got the wet stroet aml tlio pilohy darkncae he thought he wna wnlklng on rosea. Only as ho npprueohed his own door, ho hgan to Ibol a little nervous, and wiahod tho littlo in cognitio wouldn't hold ou so tight. Hupposo Maria thould lie nt the window on the look out, as she often wns, how would sho intcr prot inattere 7 He could not tunko her be ilere he only wanted to be polito to the fair (ravelcr. Iletlde his swcepltig declarations in tho inorntngs, the would lie aure to recall them. As he stopped at tho right uumlier nnd bid blue eycs adicu, he was astonished to see hcr run lightly up the stcps to enter like wiso. Oracious Apollo ! ho btirst into a chllly perspiratlon at the ides of the young lady's error. " I think ynu mut hnve made n inislnke, Mim," he Htnmmeroil ; " this can't be your hoitse." llnlit wns too Into she was already in tho brillianlly-llghtcd hall, nnd tnrning around, thrcw off hcrdripping liabilininents and made a low eotirtesy. " Vcry much obliged to you for your "po litenpay, sir!" " Why, it is my wifc !" gaspoil Mr. lilge. "Aml happy to soe you have not forgottcn ull your gallanlry townnl ladien," punuteil the merciless little puss, her Uue eyes (they reere pretty,) all in-a danee wilh sttpprewied roguery. I'Mge lookcd from cciling to floor, in vain scarch of a loop hole to ratreat, but the search was uuarailiuc ' oll, said ho, in tlie inost shcopish of tones, " lt is thu lirst tline l over was so polito to a lady in iho can, atsl hangme if it shnn't bo tho last." ' You MX), dear," said the eestatie little ladv. " I didn't oxnect to bo dehived so loncr. aud hadn't any idea that I tlioultl meet with so nmcli attentiou m tho curs, and that Irom my own husbnnd, too ! OooiIiicm! how aunt I'risoilla will cnjoy tho joko !" " lf you tell tlio old harny," said lilee in despcration, " I shall never hoar tho last of it!" " Vcry probablo," wns tlie provoicing reply of his wifo. " Now, look hcre, darling," said Mr. lilge, coaxingly, "you wont say anylhmg wlll ou? A fellow dou't want to bo laugfiod at sy tho world. I say, Maria, you shall havo tho prctnest lurs ln aew lork, it you wlll only keep quiet you shall upon iny lionor." Iho terms were satislactory, and iMana cnpitulatod who wouldn't? And that is tho way sho got those splcndid furs that fillcd the hoarts of her fcmalc friends with envy ; and pcrhap it was what has mado Mr. lilge such a courteous husbaud cvcr sinoe. Tlii" Uiilnily Desiro t)f Dress. You wiih to drcss your wifo bctter than your eircuni'stancea will allow. She wants to have you. Sho is n woman of spirit, as it is said, aud sho doos not liican to bo a drudgo, hy should our ncighbors, she says to hcr husband, "dresa any bcttcr than wo? Thoy aro mado of tho samo fleeh and blood that wo aro. Seo how they como out. I don't think a man of any spirit would lot his wifo and ehildren go lo church dressod as you lct us go. Jiook nt theso ehildren. You would think that they had just como out ol somo slop-houso! lf I had married as 1 might havo married, wo should havo had dificrcnt timos I aud my ehildren !" How mauy mcn aro stuug to tlio ipiick by such rcmarks Irom their wivcs! ulicutimcs their moral scnso rcvolts, at first, and they fecl indiirna- tiou ; but" coutinual dropping wcarsnbtone;" and by and by tho man is drossed n little bct ter than ho can nll'ord, and his wifo and cliil. drcu aro dresscil bcttcr than ho ean nflord ; aud tomobody must pay i'or tho cxtravag.inco. 1 do not say that they griud. They tiican soinchow to get it out of tlio drcts-makcr, or out ot tho merchant. lliey lutcnd to make ono hand wash the other somehow, aud they go into pctty lucanuouscs, to bring it about. And this dosiro to dross bctter than they can niTr,i i.,i i., nir ii.o ,',',,i ni'ii.,.:. virluc, aml taking out tho vcry stamiua of their rcligious lilc. Unuuportantas it sccms, oslcntatious vanity in dross has ruinod many a family, and dainncd many a soul! Htnry Ward Ueecier. Wrllo Li'llers. Ifit wero bcttcr known how much InHu cnco tho lcttcrs of a truo and virluous womau havo ou a young man when away from homo, mothers would writo oftencr to their sons, sisters to their brothcrs, nnd swocthcarts to their lovcrs. Tho good that carncst, loving lcttcrs uo is not to bo cstimatctl. .rlany man who lcft tho parcntnl roof in carly lil'o to do battlo with tho world, can look hack and say, " my mothcr's lcttcrs saved ino from the puth that leads to dcath ctcrnul." And ovcii, if not on tho road to ruin, thoso tcndcr, womauly lcttcrs cncourago us of tho slcrucr hox to rcnow our cllorts, uor bceomo discour agcd if tho way sccins dark beforo us. Thoy cost but littlo cfTort ; yct how much good they do ! Thcu do not, mothers nud sisters, and Bweelhcurts most of all do not think that bccauso tho letlcr you wroto n wcck ngo is uuanswcred you havo dono your duty, nnd oan ufTord to wait a fcw days moro beforo you writo again. Tho reason of your lcttcr bcing unaiiswercd may bo that tho young man is taking tho first stcp in vice, and if this bo tho caso how very prccious would baa lcttcr from you at this instnnt. It may bo tho mcans of opcuiiiK 1ns cyes, and turniu" lum trom the path ho is iialf-incliiicd to choosc. Lct not your letters bo frivolous and cmpty missivcs, containing mcrcly tho currcut gossip of tho day ; but IrciKht them with lovo with cn oouragcmeut todo right, aud accompany them with praycr that they may havo all tuo pow cr that you wish, and your labor will not bo lost. Though you may ncvcr kuow llio good thoy do, such lcttcrs must inalco an iniprcs siou, aud in after years tho inaii will tfiank Ood for tlio interested friends whu wroto to him ond praycd for him wlicu ho was just bo giiriiiug to light tho battlo of lifu. ciiii.n Tii(iiiii.i:s. Tho disappointmcnts of ehildren aro as bard tu boar ns thoso of adults, Tho hopcs aud plans of a child oftcn rcfer to what his cldcrs cstcem tritlcs, it is truo ; still hovalucs his littlo ponsesKions as highly and clings to his nims as truaciously us oidcr pcrsons do (o llieiru. Ilut they rcmcmbcr that all human aluirs are unccrtaiii, and lay their plans liop iug for succcss, but at tho samo timo moro or less apprelieusivo ot lailuro. llio cluld, on tho coutrnrv. sccs nothing but iiiubcams ; and whon tho suddcu darknoss comes lio fcels cvcn inoro disappointcd thau thoso oldcr when their iinnortaiit proiecls como to naucht. Tlio child has not lcarncd to rcason eoolly upon iuattcrs and things, as mcn do, and is movod by impulso ralhcr than by delibcrate judgnient, Childreu vcry oftcn sufier real injusticc. Somctiuics tlio wroug conics from Ihclr playinatcs, and soiuctuucs Irom tho pn rent or tcachcr, who does not tako timo to at' ccrtain fucts, rcasoning that llio tliing undcr considcratiou is such a triflo that it is uot worth iuquiry. 1'iroiiui nnd tcaehcrs should always remouibcr that tho trials which iccin trifics to them aro oftcn very scrious to tho littlo oncs in tlioir charge, nnd iu dealing witli ehildren should help them uoar liicir burdcus rather thau scold tncm Ior viug lf' ritnliMl ni irrlnvml. Ono uf tlio mOSt imnor. tant lcssous that cau bo taught them is to bear tlieir trials and troublcs iu a propcr way( A iDalrlmonlal brokcr of Now York says thero nro 600 heircssca ln that city. Fra tbo Clir1llti rucljltr. ItllT IS TIIK CI.OUII. So drmry awl dark," were our wofdn that day, Again aad aeatn repeabM i Ae the houra wwre on, and the UU M eloek Told them and thelr dntlea empleted. " Snoh a dlemal day "for tbe etouda were darlr, And tlie raln, In IU wearlaorM fnlllnK. Ir1ptifl an anewer ln teara to tlie deanlate ery Of the htaet throuitTi tho roof treea oallinir. Not a Kllmpeo of hlne not a jrloam of gold In tbe areb ahoro oa liendlne;t Only the eloodi lo thelr draplnfpi of Fjay, Had wltli Krlefthat aeemed uaeodlng. Ho the day oropt on, and we talked of the aitht la darknpM upin ua ntenlmg, And wnderod If brlnbtneae woubl oome with the dawo, Mueh of lieauty, now cloud-relled, rereallnz. ' Tbore'a a rlft In tbe elotid," ealleil a alailaome roie. And the wonta had a aottlna; of aweetneaa, That roanded Uio Juldlant tldlnira abo rpaka To Uie nilleat icraen of eotnpletencae. A rlft lo the ploud" - m,l It pread ae we iratAd, Till tho wrat waa a iuitrTi I of ttlory, here the hroken elouda In the eunllxbt ClOAnlpd, Pnnaes lrlrhi ln tho Knlden-wrlt alory. A rlft ln the otoud "tbe worda erept bork ThrenKli many an artcr-tlmo tblnklnx, Awl a aweeter meaninc lent them gracr, Ita truth to ttrelr Inrellnoea llnklnx Aml I thmilht wlien lionra were dark wilh fi.ar. Ordraped with a maalle ofaorrow, IIow a wonl of ebeer ( " a rlft in the elouda," Fair type of a hriicht to-morrow. A whlaiicr of lore a amlle tbat la aweeb A deed tbat l aympathy'a taken Little auti that gtre to oar weakueaa atrenith, So the lxnref of tamptatlon la broken. Theee are "rtfta ln the elouda," they wnjo to otr llrea Atnld woee aml rtern lefona of duty i Amid wearlaoino lahori aad bopee that are raln Aa perfoctoil Kllmpeee ofboauly. -'- - - Tliu Drisninkcr nt 1101111. UV IIP.I.E.V TII0RNT0X, 'It is the iustinct of a ladv to bo in f.uhiou; but the ambition of afool tobofaah lonablo." In a stroll through the croat craporiums of Stewart aud others of that magnitude, among tho nunicrous lay-figurcs draped with vcivct nnd natin, fit only for tho lean tnonde, wo find some very unassuming, tasteful eoslumcs, in evcry way adaptcd to tho limitcd purscs of the many vcry worthy people, who dcsiro to bo wcll drcsscd, and in tho provailing fashion, without too grcat nn outlay, or too freo uso of timc, which is with them too prccious to bo cxpended in tho cndcavor to copy tho strangc-dcvised furbclows given in most fash ion periodicals. ror inornini; wear at home, wo stlect a neat Merrimao print, either of striped or barroil pattcrn, tnado in tho sack-wrnpper stylo that is 11 sack front, with a sort of basquino or gabricllo back fitting quito to tho ligurc, bcltcil at tho waist and buttoned to tho throat witlt white or smokcd pcarl bultous. Around tho skirt and up tho front is a two inch bi.is band of tho matcrial bound with colorcd worsted or whito lincn braid, Coat slcovcs trimined with tho narrow bands at tho wrist. This drcss with a snow-whito lincn collar and a bright bow at tho ncck makes tho activo littlo housowilb really charming. Auothcr, somewhat moro claborate, Is of plain colorcd chambroy or whito cambrio mado nftcr tho samo pattcrn; the skirt trimmcd with what is callcd a gipsy flounce, tcn inchos in width with nn inch hcm, nt tho top of which aro thrco narrow tucks; tho flou ico is gathcrcd and finishcd at tho top witli a ruuic, a littlo ovcr an mcn in width, gathcrcd iu tlio ccutcr. Tho coat sleevcs at tho wrists and armholos havo tho samo simplo gathcrcd rulllc. To a bclt of tha eama is appcndcd two lash cnds, finishci.1 with a niiu- i.ituro tlounco and u siuglo uccp loop nt tho waist. Tha skirt of a white cambrick was tastc fully trimmcd with a strip of lino nainsook or Dishop's lawn, tuckcd, cut bias, about thrco iuchcs iu width, edgcd with Iho narrow rulllo pleated in tlio ecntcr, undcr tho tuckinir was colorcd chambrey, This trimming ox- tcnded up tho Iront to the throat, tha ncck finishcd with a small pointod collar of tucks cdgcd with tho rulllo, undcr which was a bright ribbon to match tho chambroy, ticd in Iront witli 10113 cnds. An elcsant homo dross of black silk, would bcar copying iu silk or worsted poplin, silk scrgo or a uood alpaca. It was mado with a siuglo gored skirt tight-waist rerer for a chcmisotte coat slcovcs. About thrco inchca from tho botlom of tho skirt was a four inch bias band of tho'silk lincd with coarso, stilf baok inusliu, and cut in small scallops, ou tho lowcr cdge, and bound with lincn back satiu ; tho band was put on with a ninlns of satin, nbovo which wero two moro rows of tho pin- iug. Tho slccvo seallopcd at tho wrist and up tho back; bound with thc satiu, the lap- pels tunicd uact on tho waist unishod ia tho samo way. A wido eash ol tho silk bound with satin and finishcd at the cnds with bou illon cordcd a heavy nct-frin"e, with ono dccp loop at tho top, is fastcued to a bclt of tho silk lincd with buckram and bound with satiu. For tho nftcrnoon or ovening at homo, is a dcslgn suitablo for chambicy gauze, organdic, silk grcnadino or lawn. It consists of n sin glo lull skirt moderately long, hlgh waist, cut l'ompadour (squaro opcu) with looso coat blcovcs. Tho skirt having two or throe grad uated bias ruflles. Tho hcm turned up 011 tho right sido to simulato a biuding. At tho top of tho rulllo is a three inch puff laid ou in rovcrscd ploats, that is tho pleats being single, turniu'r ouo way at the bottom and tho opiosito dircction at tho top; if tho 111a tcrial is stifl, box pleats may bu usod, loaving a spaco betwecn cach plcat: 011 tho tupof the pufi' is a ruchiug of bright satin ribbon, or sovcral rows of vcivct to match tho drcss. Tlio slcovcs aro trimmcd with a narrow rulllo aud pulf to corrcspond, whilo tho ncck rcquirca tho puff only or what ij prctticr, two rows of ruchiug or sovcral rowaof vcivct, A ribbon sasli to match should bo worn. A nlain shocr whilo tnuslin iutcndcd only for littlo companics, is simply nnd casily trimmcd with threo narrow rulues, gathcrcd in tho centcr and put on iu waves whcro tho (.econd skirt would como, finishcd in tho cen ter with a vcry narrow bright velvct, high in the ncck, with 1111 illusion rucho fastcncdwilh tho vcivct, rufllo at tho arm-holo and at tho wrist, sasli of inuslin trimmcd with tho ruf lles. Btrcct drcsses aro of various deaigns. Silks aro trimmcd with satin pipings, plain hcavy fringcs, pinkcd ruflles, bias bandj of tho Bamo, box-plcatings, ribbon ruches, raric gated fringcs, bias bands of plaid silk and satiu with tho now chintz ribbous ; tho favor ito outsido garmeut for hcavy matcrial bcing a.ehort basquino trimmcd with fringo, having a wido sash and loops at tho back, not longcr than tho point of tho basquino ! a puff is put at tho top of tho slccvo ; a round bcrflia capq just roaching tho sliouldcrs U oftcn worn with it. For a grcnadino or lnusliu a round capo rcaching tho waiat crossiug in front aud tied with long sash cnds behind, niakcs Iho most appropr'uto stylo for outsido wear. Travoling drcsses of etripcd ginglmin foulard. alpaca and lincn aro luado with 000 skirt trimmcd with a wido rulllo or bias bands with a long ovcr-tumo, or basquino, bclted down, and loopcd at cach aide and iu tbe nilddlo behind with bows of tho matcrial ; a docp bertha capo loopcd elightly at tho back, with a fnn shaped bow and short cnds may bo worn with them. btrcet costumcs ior country wear, aro or cambrio, porcales nnd prints. The pattcni dressod of two width. atripos, liroad for tho undcr ekirt and narrow hair liues for tho tu. nio, nro trimmed only ou tho tunia with a band of tho samo looped qp witli bows of tho samo matciial.