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COMMEXCED. AUGUST 8, 1837.
THE CALEDOXIAK ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. C. M. STOXE & CO., Publishcrs. OfBce nextdoor North of Court House. T.rras. One copy piT aunum $2.50 ;: ,niJ Firictlj" in mlvaiice $2. .00 Pnstage. Tlie xnt3o on Tho Caledonia" to pub--cr'ifrs ia tlii- coimfy is ficc; lo nnyp.ir: ot'the Uniivd .-t itc ou side of thi-TcouMy, fivt ccn cr qunrter, or t'.VL-uty ci nts ft year, p.tyaMein advaaco at tlie oflice v.'tn're tl.e i.ii)i:r is nccin'ii. Termr. oi Advertisin:.:. For one Fquare (12 linc of sp.icp. this Mzc ty, vmkias one mcli in space,) cne iiifcrtlra, I ci ndditional iupcrtion, 25 cmls a rquaiv. V-.iiI co:i'rarieinaiicat tiierate of JS a.quure for :inv jur; .it columa. l!i:-iiic.-s Curd.. $1 .1 llne pcr y-tar. 'l.il..'nion, Katrayp, Xutice to LesMature, $1.50 11 li ia advaucr. Obituarii's f ccnta a lme. Spncial Xotice. r.ach mb-cribcr will Cnd on liie o.vnpil.rin conmc'ion with bin addrip, thu date to which lie b.u paid. When a new paymem ii made this d.ttc will In- advjnced to compo:id and it the chane 11 n " 111 idc cnincily '-n the tiitft or pi-cond p.iper from thit.neof payiumt, we wiih to be Uutifitd iiuuicdi fily. Job Prinins of ailkindj donoatllving p.iccj Papera and Uardt kipt coii'tantly 0:1 hand. DR. F. H. FALES, S r H G V. () X DKNTIST, ( omcr Mm':i and (Vntral Mrcft", st. .lohU'bury.Vt. E. A. VARNEY, M. D. I' HYMCIAS AS1) S V K REO .V . Ollicc oppoi-ite Ri igliam'i lini; Store. S. T. BROOKS, M. D., P 1IYSICIAN AND SlllfiKOX. oflke ovcr Ilon.mlV Itxk .-lme Ite.-id.acj carcer t'ential nr.d Sprii:; Street". G. B. r II Y S I t' I A N office ovu: Ili: BULLARD, a n 1) s i' i:cr,o x. g!iimv Druj; Store. JOHN BACON, 2d, DLALint IN IUDr.S, Lr.AilU.K AND OIL St. .d bntbury (' ntre, Yt. F. B. GAGE. ARTIST, at st. jiiiiNrm ky l'uuntAii' i;.u.r.r.Y. AiubrotrjKi, M. 1 linotvpe-' md l.fi-iizp l'hctogmpbi. litttfr and clnapi.T tliin elaei lure. GEO. S. SHAVV, IXSUtANUR A (i 11 X T 0 c- ovtr & IVckV Soro. OLIVER T-BROWN, CLAI.M AUKNT, ATTOT.N"T ASI) CUC.S3ELL0B AT T.is' St. Joliaib".-y, - Vermont. DR. J. L. PERKINS. I) r. N T 1 S T . ( iffico rcrnf-r 1 f Muin Strcct and Ilistm Avcnac. R. n A 1 1: J'iitt dr to B. BLACKSTONE'S D K II S l X li SALOOX, f.c rxht, np SMirc, I'nWa I!!oclr. J . NUTT, Vlli: -MANITACTl bir.AM MILLJ, Oppi.eiti' rjssei'Ber Dcpof. $U$ccU;itteou.$ tm$. JOSIAH S. KINERSON,"-i.ici:x.-i:i AitTKiM.i.i:, itacham.vt. ZV Ordm 1 y nnil will rcccivc pronipt attention. lVachani, W: Ut, tMavli! G. P. SPENCER. Mai.ufactuiur of M '.NTiiltMB, r.r.WTTON-El, AMf OBNAMENTAI. WOP.B, I.V!n!iii, ... Vtriiini't. CASP1AN HOUSE I!. C. BI.UIT.L, I KOI'KIUTOn. nrtcnjlioro. - - - Vermont. JJX "ZZF: ?""??JiJllriim" till'ir outlct to ditierent lurts of the'grading parks, te:irin- dowh old ii bore t'a.i thi" it tr utt-fb'n'r ia tb.'iatc. '.'tf i KIRAM A. CUTTING, lX.- i;!'.NMKNT CLAI.M AND IXSCItASCn ACENT. I.tmeulure, ... Vermont. GEO. C. & GEO. W. CAKOON, ior4i.i.r..iia at i.av, bOLK;Tor.3 i.x caANCEav. I'.-ocurc I'rcFlcns and Hoaniics, Lyr.dcn, Vt. w i llTa m w "g ro!jT7 CI.AIJI AGKNT, ATTOr.N'EY ANIl COl NSH.I.OK AT L", HartflD, - - Vcrmon'. DR. G. W. MILES, lir.XTIST, On'.co at his Dnig Siore, I.radon, Vt. DUPEE, BECK &. SAYLES, STOCIC lll'.OKEHS, W State Strcet, IVifton, Ma.. Mf- A. Il( 1'tE. .H.M'.-'- I'.ICK. llENSY SaTJ.ES. cari'eyT"spehcTr & VJEST, r.tci-or? ti (Jco. A. timiuon,,,T!iolefaIc dealers in Kiiu. shM;, bi'i:i:M, laiid and whale oils, W l, A.M Sr. BM C.VNI'LE. '.'i'! S'f.ifc, and 21 Conimcreo Strcet, Bo3ton. t. . .:. ji. r m-tM'LR. w. u. west. raynold's- improved tu"rbine water wheel. jlenuT.p the lesft iv.it.T for tlie aninnct of power Riven o:'a:iT ul.O'liu u?e. I'ome hi d feo i'. u tou, Vt l.IAVIS HOLMKS, Ascnt. MRS. M. M. CROSSMAN, Ilaviapjust rctarEud fr.-.m Tlotton with a iboiM Eclec tiua of M I L L J N E II Y , TnviVH th jmb'.ic t rall and exarniiie ber ftylc?. Clonk mil Iirc-i- uukint.' !ono to ordtr, atbcr rooius oppoeito ' '. Hirt;ham'- l)ju s ore. NEW SPRING GOODS, JrsT KECEITEI) AT GEORGE W. SBNTER'S, All the new Etylee of Millinery and Trimming in Great Variety, elected it!i mach care and tato adapted to the ca oa. Aleo new ttj ica for Lii l!t achery. lf you want a utw BUXiSET, IIAT OR I1EAD DliESS Or your old ono rcpuircd, plcafu (jivo hini a call. Ordera fi.r lleaching '.d El.ap'.ug takca at thc milli-nia-y rooms Main etrnt, St. Jobihury, orrooiTr. sr. joii.nsiii ky iiocsh. ST. JOHNSBURY ACADEMY. ttra. for tho iiKUing year will beia aj follos : I'AI.l. ThllV., ril.lT. I, 1-Oii. WIM'KU 11....M, DLU. I, l-.iC. si-iti.NO iLUM, n:n. -iO, SLMMhlt ILUM, MAY H, ls-CT. IiiBtnuti'jn ia l'reuch and Drawing fumithcd at tbc Uetlal rati r. J'oi iHjard and rooias ajiply to tlie tulecribcr. 12 ly Hl.Nl'.Y C. 1UL, l'nucipnl. THE GROVER &. BAKER SEWIKG MACHINE COMPANY Mauufacturen of every' variety of SEWINCt maci-iines. Adapted to Family Uso 01. MANTJPACTUEIWG PTJEPOSES Uio reputauon cf the Seninjr Alathicea made by u.ia ( "uii uv iu thiroulilv lEtttilicl.ea ycara ago, ""y jipierid hy nune in ntitchiiii,', braiaiut'i eoid 'U'!' '"Vi.- ' w l'-'-.i'r'MiiI;auy uiad of plaiu or ".iiai.u . V, j 'MtR SifiW MACHINE CO, l iatani. r S iVct, lloioa. J!1"' Hroadway, X. Y. Tju Chi.iljj;,' -treei I'hiladelphia. " ranclics in all tho Piincipal Cities. tinvfis TO THE LADIES. I YojM T- lc fuHy ' to t!ie ladiea Uiat baving lurclufuiltheiuterettofin. brothirin the bklrt busi-tH-i, 1 li.ue r. i:,orcd tlie manufjctory tj Concord, X.ll. fLd ehuU givu partkular utt. ntiou to MAKIKG ORDERED SKIETS, nd rcpalriuu. All trde.e 1, ft at SAML HL .IKWEVT'S 11,1 '"; Pfcmptly idlL-d at tbort uetice. I-adies h ivini; , e "njcm havc -.beia laada o'.j tu the lxUiat J. at a rcaaonaliie charj;e. ' ount.y iiicrchantssapplicdaa usual. "Every Skirt urr.naj." 0. W. IIALLETT. . 100 BARRELS OF FLOUR, ort received. Choicc branda Spring and Wlntsr -ut. or mle it a euiall advance on coet 1 -Aiuajrjtic, April 11. eifcM h. 1. I'AltK", Two Little Fairs of Boots. Two little pairs of boots. to-niglit, Before the fire are drving: Two little mrs ol'tircd fcet lu .1 tnindle bed are ly'wg: The tracks thoy left upon the floor llake me feel like siahinr! Those little boots with copper toes ! They run the live-lon day; And oftentimes I almost wish That they were miles away, So tired aui I to hear so oft Their heavy tramp at play. They walk about the new-plowcd ground Where muil iti plcnty lies; They roll it up in marbles romid ; They bake it into pies : And then at ntyht upou the lloor In cvery shape it dries! To-day I was disposcd to scold ; liut when 1 look, to-night, At tliose little boots before the fire. With copper toes so bright. I think how sad my heart would be To put them onL ot sight; For in a tnuik np staiis I'vc laid Two pocks of white and blue : If called to put those boots away, Oh God ! what shor.ld I doV I monrn that thcre otc not, to-uight, Three pairs instead of two. I wourn because 1 thought how uiec My neighbor eross the way Cotild keep her earpets all the year Froni getting woru or gray ; Yet wel! I know she'd Pinile to own Some little boots to-day! We inotheia weary set and worn Uiuler our load ol'eare; Yet how we view our little one? Let each of us beware ; Wliat would our liresides be to-night, Were little boots not there? j Tlie IlmdUuj HailYGiul Coal Depot TIZAXaTOin'ATIOX, WUfiUIXG AX1) SIIIP- jii:xt or coai.. Few cities on this contincnt )0S?css a greater variuty of objeet.s of interet to tlie traveller or sojourncr than Philadel- phia, and none exccl it in the onwanl J jinarch of iniproveincnls, eithcr of public ! or pnvate ciiaraetcr. llie evulenecs ot i eiock ; let us thcretore lmprove tlie iin enlarged jiublie spirit and per.onal en-, hours of the morning in taking a getieral terprisi are of ?o manife?t n charaeter' look at the building and the purround tliat vnluines could be writtcn in deserib-' ing-. We drive to the north-weit sec ing theni. I tion of the city, along the northern bank Among other important features whieli of the Seine, in company with thousands amtribute in a great di'gree lo the wealth wlio are inoving ia the same direction. and pro?perity of l'hiladi-lphia we niu-t We nniy t-ro.-s at any of the hridges, but not lo?c sight of tlie fact that it po??i-?cs 1 the grand entranee is at the lowest bridge the most extensive coal hipping dejiot in j of all the .Icna bridge. It is a mag the L'nited States. The niillions of tons nilict nt stone strueturo with three archc. of the indipensable niineral which are j At our right hand, as we walk north annually unearthed lrom the inoxhaust-' west are thous:uids of workmen sniouth- lble coal liehls of the interior ot the state ' world lrom the terniinus ol ihe licauin" , ! iiilroad company :it 1'ort liichinond, on the Delawarc river, at the northern ex- ( tremity of the built up portion of the !t!t.v; ihoso who Iiave npvor rinul n visif tn i i i Itltc locality in question, can Ibrm but lit-, i h.i r . r ne?s trar.saeted there, or the extensivc and costly preparations eonnected with the shipment ot coal from that point, lt will be the province of the follow- ing few words to furnish to the reader an impcrlcct sketch of this cclebrated coal ! exile at Eiba, and on his way to Water depot. I loo. Looking at the building from the Standing at thc corner of Richmond hill it doe? not secm so niuch like a gas strect and tlie Reading railroad, the eye j ometer, but mther like a circular rail encouiiters nothing in an eas-terly direc- j road .-tation. Thc wall? of the outer tion but a large open pacc of several circle are of wrought iron ; tho?e of the acres in extcnt. completely gridironed j inner eireles of brick and ttone. Tlie with railroad tracks andblack with coal-j outer circle is twicc the widih and twiee dut. Thcsc tracks all divergc towards! thc hiirht of the inner circle?. formina u the coal wharves, which frtivteh for lialf j :i mile along the river front. There are twenty-one main wharves ann iivc extra ones twenty-six in all extcnding for a considerable distance into the river. The lengthy coal trains that conie tliun dering down the Reading railroad, are all run out on thcse wharves, and the coai aitcr ueing corrccuy weigncd is transfeiTed to the vcsscls in waitinsr. This wi-ighing proccss is a curiosit' in itsclf, and of coiirae is of vital linporltince j to both owner and purcha.-er of coal. The Railroad company, desiring to in crease their facilities for wcighing coal, entered into a contract sevcral inonths Miice with Mcssrs. Fairlianks & Ewing, the cclebrated manufacturers, for thirty four of their Iron Fratne Track Scalcs. Thc contract has been complcted and each wharl is supplicd with ono or morc of these linelv constructcd scales. Thesc track scales weigh twenty-live tons each, and are twenty-four feet in lenstli. Thecars containina the coal are run on them, one after another, and the coal is weighed with the greatest exact- ness and most nstonishing rapidity and despatch. These scales work to a charm, and after being thoroughly tested forsomc ': nionths paht, they give unlimited satis- laction to thc company. In answer to a queition propounded by the writcr to one of the company "s weighers, who was standing near one of thc scales, on a coal wharl, hc replicd, ratlier morc pointed-1 say. Ihey give six classcs, numbered ly than gracefully, '"Well. they are just j from G to 13 in thc catalogue, to this cir the biggest things out; no discount on j cle printing, papcr articles of all kinds, them scales." designs made by plastic process, photog- An examination showed tliat a large raphy, musical instruinents ; also in cpoise" on rollers running alcng the beam j sfrunients of mcdicine, surgerv and sci- marks the nuniber of tons, while a small 'po'ue," sliding on a brass beam attachcd to the large "poise," accurately indicatcs the pound ; s0 that the cxact nuniber of tons and poumls of coal on afreighted car 13 lnuicaicu with rcmarkable rapidity. A person may walk dircctly over one of these scales without being aware ol" the fact, so j soiuuy are uicy cousu-ucted and hidden lrom view. JLiey are uestmcu to supcr-! scde all track scales now in voguc. After being weighed tlie coal is run down nicely-constructcd "shutes," dircctly into the holds of vessels. Each wharl contains sorae six or eight "shiitcs" and 1100 tons of coal can be shipped per diem from each one. It will thcrefore bc seen that over thirty thousand tonsof coal can be weighed and shipped from the Reading Railroad Coal depot in a single day. Im provements are continually going on at ,the coal depot. Three new wharves were built last year, namely, Nos. 19, 20 nnd 21, aud Nos. 13 and 18 have been extend- cd to therortWardcnline, being respcct ively 290 and 180 feet in length. Dredg ing macliines are constantly at work decn- ening the water in the iloeks for vessela of heavy burdcn. Soinc idea of the aniount of car travel at tlie terminus of the Eeadintr Kailroad dcpot niay be gleaned from the fact that there are nine niiles of railroad track with in the depot inclosure, running to the dif fcrcnt whtirves, &c.,and twenry-one miles oi tlie coal wharves. Pkladelphu Inquirer. The Gvcat Exhibition. LimEi: fi:om "Caulctox" to tuk Bos- TOX JoUJtXAI.. P.uas, April 1, 18G7 The great Expositionf the display of goodd ironi every country, though iueoni plete, was opened to-day by the emperor and enipress ot Franee. Jt Avas intendcd by the iuiperial coimnission that the oc- easion should be one of the grandest pa geants of niodern tiines, and invitations wcro sent to every European court to be liresent. Favorable replies were received iroin niany royal peionagcs. Thcrrince of Yale was expected, al.-o the kingol Portugal. the king of Holland, the son? ol ictor l'.iuanuel. liooins in sorae of tlie hotcls were engacjed for tlie royal guests ; but a few days ago the iuiperial coinniission were under the ncccWity of inforniing their expectant and expected guests that the pageant would not take place. Tliis Avas not neccssary from the fact that it was lbund impo.-.-ible to havc tlie exhibition in decent order by to-day. The work lias been delayed some by bad weatlicr, but the i'ailure U inainly due to the want of tapacity in tlie imperial coinniission. The liead of the connnis sion, 1 am informed, is not tlie nian for tlie )I:icc. lie is n-portcd to be narrow minded, and tenaeious of his opiniona. Ile has ini?tctl on tlie carrying otit of arbitrary rules till niany of the exhibit ora have been ready to turn away in dis gu;t, and to withdraw whully lrom the exhibition. " "t f Tlli: ltl I1.1)1X(5. The hour fixed for the umval of tiie emperor at the exhibition ground? is two ing down tlie hillride, laying out streets, houc', the litv and tranornfmg this .-ccti.iii oi into a a paraui-c. U.-fore cro.-sing tlie bridge, we niay, by a.-ccndit.g the hill, obtain a bird's eyo icw of the exhibition buiMiug aml the surroundin: grouiid--. It stMink nn tlio lnvnl nlriin nf tln. i Chainps de .Mars, on thespot where Na- jioleon the First hehl his Iast ivview where the vcteraus of an huudivtl battle lii ids and thc youth of Franee, taken from their homi's bv that la.-t criu'l con- :-cription, pa??cd in solid coluuin before the emperor, returned suddenly from his srand nave. if such a term can Ihj ap- plied to a circular building ; light, airy, and m evcrythuig except the circular ibrm, well :tdaptcd to a display of ma chiner A squaro cdifice would have been hetter, liut thc architect, by adopting a eeries of circle.-, thought to have a better clasilicatioii of jiroducts than cotild be obtained by any other plan. In thc as ignnient of f-piice to the nations hc cut the circlea from centre to circumterence j jst a.-? you cut a pie. ly this niethod he deigned to have each nation sepa rate, :uid yet the products of each na tion, the pamc in kind, would be group ed togethcr. I5y walking inward, from thc out.-ide to the centre, you would see thc products of a nation, and walking round a circle, you would see the pro ducts of all nations in that circle. Going down near to Ihe building and walking lo thc centre, we lind a garden with ibuiitahis, iish-ponds, llower-beds, bhrubs and trecs. As the circles are numbered from tho centre we must go back again to view them in order. The lirst or inner circle is dcvoted to paintings and scuhiture, including the iii-st fivc classcs ciuinicrated in the cata- Iogue paintinirs in oil, desiirns, sculp- turc, medals, models of architjccture, en gravings and hthographs. In thcsecond class we lind what the F'rench term 'lib- cral arts,' but why liberal 1 am uuable to ence gencntlly. Thc distinguishing fea- ture of the circle will bc thc musical in struinents pianos and parlor organs. In the accompanying plan it is put down as the musical circle. In thc third circle we find thirtccn classcs furniture, glass, porcelain, car pets, upholstcry, wall paper, cutler-, ijcwehy, clocks, watches, lamps, perfum- ciy, and all housek kecping fuinitua'. Thc fourth circle luis also 11 classes, numbered from 27 to 39 cotton, linen, wool and silk goods, shawls, bonnets, clothing ol all kinds ; also toy3 and kuick-nacks. The fifth circle contains 7 classes, numbered from 40 to -10 articles from mines, fbrcsts and lields, and the sea. Reaching the outer circle we conie to the machinery of all nations. This cir cle is wide and high, lightcd all around by immcnsc windows. In thc centre is an irou platform, raised about 12 feet from the ground, which answers the ST. JOHNSBUEY, VT., double purpose of supporting the shafting tor dnvmg the vanous maclunes, also lor a promeuadc, where the visitors may walk and look at the raaclnnes in mo- tion. The gallery being circular, the shafting ifl eonnected by ball and socket jomts. There are steam cngines at con veuient distances for funiishing power the steam being generated outside thc building and conveyed to thc engines by pipes under ground. This immcnsc nave if it can be called such extcndinc around all the inner circles, is literally packed with machinery. You see cn gines of all kinds steam, lire, water, hot air and cold air. The seventh and outer circle is devoted to food, or rathcr fecding the food being niainly ready for eatmg. Each countrv has its restau ranls, which on some other occasion we will look into, to sce how and what the diil'erent nations cat. M'ACE OCCLTIKD BY THE DttTEBENT COUXTniES. Francc being thc projcctor of the af- fair, of course has the right to take whatcver space she may choosc, and it will be seen that she has appropriatcd nearly one-half to herself. England has thc ncxt lai-gcst. Frussia, Southcrn Germany and Austria, havc cipial por tions. .Southcrn CJermany is now Prus tia politically, but when the assignmcnt of space was made there had been no thunder ol cannon at Sadowa. Thc treaties between Rismarck and the South Gcrman states are not recognized by any alteration in thc space assigncd to the various countries. We lind not only machincs of all kinds, but of pcr plexing variety, in which inventive gc nius has applicd by ditierent methods tho motive power. It is bewildering to walk along this grdlery and pass in review the innumer- able contnvances for cutting, punching. bonng, drivmg, poundmg, beating, hani- niering, twisting, turning, sawing, rivet- ing. pulverizing, griuding, crushing, mix ing, slilting, shcariiig, yplitting, screw ing, pressing, softening and hardening. There are pump.s plows, looms, lathes, locomotives, planing maehines, washing machincs, printing prcsses, stcun ham mers, and the wholo rangc of hydraulics and pneumatics of steam, water. air aml fire. The niotive powcrs are dor mant to-day, except here and there an enginc. The building covcrs about loO.OOO square yards ot ground. In the division i'Vance has 02.(100, or nearly one-half ; England has 22,000, or one-seventh ; the l'nited States 2800; Prussia, South I'lennany and Austria have each 9UU0 square yards ; the Western Contincnt. exelusive of Canada, but including .Mex-ii-o and all South America, va -lt'.OO square yards ; Rusria has the same as thc l'nited States 2SO0 less than Ita ly by 500 yards. lVginning at tho right hand of the grand entranee, and walking round the machinery circle, we come upon the countries in tho following order : Great liritain packed with maehines of every description, in gcneral, of superior work-i inan.-hip. In walking round this circle we might almost know the successive sections by thc difierence in the conslruc tion of machinery. National tinits rc veal thcmselves in the handieraft of me chanics. England always puts a great deal of uscless lumber into her eoaches. Hcrc are her railway carriages. heavy enough for freight cars, and her third-class cars are not a whit lx'tter than the freight cars of the railroads leading out of Jtoston. Her engincs nre serviceable and strong, but there is weight which does not give streugth. Tliere are eoaches for the road as clumsv, heavy and luuibering as the Ilouse of Lords as thc big wiggcd judgcs of Iler Alajesty's court. 1'iiit I am not to particularizc to-day. Wc pass on lo the Sandwich Islands a thin i-lice saiuliricfnd between Great liritain and the Fnited States without any niaehinery, but her space is lilled with productions to be noticed at anoth er time. Then the United States thc machincs not yet in plaec too far behiiidhand to permit a notc of what is to be sccn. ISext m order Mexico, South Amer ica, Tunis, Rersia, China, Japan, Egypt, Rome and Italy bare of maclunerv. All of those nations know comparatively nothing ot cniploymg thc forccs of na turc to do the work of human hands ; of harncssing the truant waterfalls of the Appcnincs and thc Andes to mill whcels ; of capturing the winds ; of transforniing cold water into a giant by imprisoning it in a steam boiler, and making it strong er than teu thousand Sampsons to hamnicr and grind to clunb mountains or to plow the Atlantic I Italy goes to England or comcs to Francc for all her steam cngines and locomotives, and so does Switzerland. We mark thc charactcristics of thcse nations by thc abscnce of macliines. Rut thc space is not unlillcd ; thcre is a Turkish houso in thc Rvzantine style of architccturc, with laticed windows, glit- tcnng with bright pamt green, crimson, blue and white. You recoguize Enypt by its models of houscs, and by the style of architccturc, such as Moses and the childrcn of Israel Iooked upon when in bondagc on the banks of thc Nilc. Ybu can see the characteristics of the Chincse, the Japancse, and thc inhabitauts ol Crim Tartary in the architccturc of thc dwellings raised along this lofty nave. You may borrow ideas lrom civilizalion or semi-barkirism at a single glance. Whether Western civilization has any thing to lcam from Oriental life rcmains to be sceu. And here, in passing, it may be rcmarked that tho exhibition Ls not altogcther one of art and industry, but a muieum a bringing together of old things as well as new, of things ser viceable and amusing. Passing on we lind Russia, Swcden, Dcnmark, Norway northern powcrs with here and there a niachine agricul tural, or for the rolling, hammcring and bending of iron ; and then Greece, Port ugal and Spain, of tho three, 1'ortugal sending only one little steam engine, the cylindcr about the size of a gallon bottle. Switzerland comcs next, with a good display of manuiacturiiig machinery, FRIDAT, APEIL 26, looin, spinning frames, and then Austria with a curious collection of agricultural implcments, to bc noticetl at another time, with massivc locomotives of unique patte. Adjoining, is Southcrn Ger - many, with a display similar to that cf Austria and then Pmssia wilh a grand eiiou every mcii ot space oceupieil by locomotives, spinning frames, looms, stecl cannon, and a great gun Avhich fires a shot costing sevcral hnndrod dol - lars. Havinir won Sadowa. hc boldlv scnds hcr improved implcments of war for Franee to look at. We have travcrsed thus far one-half of the circle. Crossing thc Jiue JHjimn, as this broad entranee lieforcus has been namcii, we cnter tlie JMgium section, like Prussia well stocked with. mami - lacturmg machincr) ; and beyor.d that, francc with hcr cngines. Ncxt to r-ngianti, j russia makes ttie best dtplav. But this being only a gcneral view of me ouiiumg i caunot make particular ,,0lC5- lhc circles are cut across by passaire ways, which arc adlcl strects. i;ein - miHr miA ?lnr. nt f lir (vrlli.I nnn.. we have the strects ot Endand, India, AMm . !..-:'! Relginm, Holland. Provei.cc, Livornia. Km,,,... AimVra'vi w, v and Alsace. J T J v"- " ' VI tlltl.lM Desccnding from thc raiscl platform along wluch we liave walkcd, and entcr- .... ;n.r tl.o ;,.nr ,...'!...! V. . -" ...D ...v,.....,.. u iiiiu uui.nes in ti granu uaztiar u:e space cut up mto ii snops, rooms, courts, alh-ys. ways, lilled with show cis'-s, elviT- 1 1 L "i cupboards, closet mi.l tjninf rml.i i.,f n.,.i 1.. . UUilC arcsi.'iis in Fronrb. r.ndui, i: ' u i?..'.' ... . ! tiuiui;,u UUl , nearly all untntclligible to the e majonty of the visitors. you gaze upon even variety of m A . , , wrouglit and unwrouiiht. v.... : i iuviioii. wood and StOIieaS L cnnus frnm ,h. mine, tho forest and the tiuarrv, or a wrought into wonderful s!i.:nes. ns.'!"nl and ornamental V.... .1." i nll tho cnolmntiti" ro:ir ro(liHtfxl .iti 1 ' re-re!lectcd 1:1 mairnilicont mirrors - - - - . hear an uninteUigible.iarm of im.l 1 "'1 the nutli'i" ,1, nfil.,. iV.r.. ,...,..1 1 i:....:.i i.i.. 1 - " - .. ...... harp. crisp- langua.e of the UcndentJ with' that of the tlowry Urient. You stroll atwillin and out and al,., the cin-los. tll.v..r ,.I,m.r!,., ..,.1 ,::,!... liiiuin liiciuin 111 1 iit- iiiiii v wfiiiiii .. Tii.-t . jiassaei'-wavs: for thirty miles vou 111 walk. seeincr all around and lvlbre T..1I ' objects of art, scienee and industrv .'i. somethiiiLr new !n,,r, f i..;.fi,. . colors, ol curious lorm woaderin the , ' . while what it is for, till your hc.id is turned. till you arc lost in the labyrinlh and an? foreod to ask which v.av 3 011 must go to get out. And, ten to one. the answer will bc in Rus-ian. or Gcr man, or Chincse. I know of 110 such plai to give one a l.eadache or to mvs- tify and confuse onoV bniin as a nencnil all sorls of arehitmure-Gothic, Co -v V V" j , rinthian, lonic, Dorie, Chinese, Turkish, A.,M ,Mf Jp aw- Pu,,ctual aIjnf Egyptian, Russian and .Tapanese. Thcre tho TT' "P 1,le.a.VCn"e mthouJ U rnll wnrl, o,l l....;....1 1. , ' e5t"0rt f lmY kmd, 111 YlMtlllg dfC?S, .15 lf 1(4 Li 1 V (fl fl. I ramblo ihrough thcse cn-Ile-s circles. "K . rnT" "J, ,- 0 t'omuig round lo the EnL'hMi, makin-' a Ttir rxuiniTioN wuoixds. complote eircuit ol the buildin- Un Thus far we have been talking only ofjtlw platfonu are asscmbleil thc Com the great edilice. but outside of it wc mis-ioners tf ihe dtltercnt uaiions in their r.rc almost as niuch puzzled to know ! rcspcomv Sections. and thc Lmicror where we are whether in Turkey. Chi- tarriis a mouient among iheni. adtlre-s-na, Japan or South America whether '. ing to each a few words of welcome. walking thc earth or whether we have j From th- platform the Imperial pair been tran.-ported to .-ome t-.rm int'y.-iito. j cnter ihe piciure galleries. where. in the Reginning at the grand cntrauiv. wc ' ditierent sahtons. are assenibled the diplo look up to a forest of Hag stati's seventy j nialie corps. the Council of State. aml fcet high or more, hewu lrom masls jtheCwy- L t- nif. I saw lhe'roval bright with Paris green, verniilion and , pair as they enicred tiie building, ag-iin gold leaf, and with streamers, jemiants, jas they were among the Anierican Com tlags, banncrs, golden conl and ta.cl.-, iiiis-ioneis, and ag-ain in thc passage wav with the royal arms and thc letler X in h-.'.dinir to lhe piciure g-.illcr)-. l'ossiblv monognims of gold. We walk down the j there may be oinc one amona your read Imperial passageway 2o0 yards, ber.cath ' -rs wlso wouid like to have auear view a goiycousawningof green t-. spangi-jf this nn -;erious iaa:i, aud Euwuie. cd with golden bees the gorgeous ctiuo-1 who sels the f;ishioiis for all the world: py hehl alolt with golden ropcs the tall 1 iimsts swayin-j, the vribu i uviimi. thc golden honey makers rising and falling ' with aicli p:issing brceze while above and bencath wavc iiimimeral.le llags, gathered in clusters, thc red, wiiite aiui blue of Francc, aml outside the ilags ol all nations, stretehcd from 111:1st to mast. Ilcre is the Imperial band, one hun dred musicians or more, and two n-ji- ments ot thc lme, waitmr for the arrival iiere. Yc are not mistalicn in our calcu of the Emperor and Emprcss. While ! lations. Thcvstop in front of it. Tlie wc wait, for it is vcl a full hour before j thoy will arrivc, we may glance at ihe surrounding objects at two great iron fountains on cither sidc and further down on the left hand a thin! one of marble, in which thc architect lias dis playcd a wondcrfnl coinbinatioii of iig ures Iritons, cupids, sea hoi-ses, nion stcrs, dragons, aud two grc;it oystcr siiells, with 'cnus standing in oiic of them as if she had been an oystcr and had just burst hcr siiell transfornied in to the goddcss of beauty ! A little further along, on thc same side of thc Grand Entranee. is the linperi.tl divan; a building with a burnishcd dome, modeled after thc mospic of St. Sophia of Constantinoplc, which wc are not permitted to cnter, but looking into the doors wc can see a gorgeous boudoir, litted up with richcst brocade curtains cloth of gold with pier glasscs, and uj holstcry of most claboratc workmanship. This little luxury is for thc usc of the Emperor and Empress, and sueh other crowned heads as may visit thc Exhibi tion. Lcaving thc entranee, go cither way, and we come upon curious strueturcs Russian cottages; Turkish houses, mosquos 'with minarcls surmounteil hy the crescent ; Japancse huts with curveil roof, thc eaves curiously turned up ; Chi ncse pagodas, rising story above story paintcd in most brilliant colora ; an Eng lish church ; a llindo tcmplc-r a Frencli conservatory; a Uoston bakcry, from which lioston browu bread, crackers and baked beans will bo served piping hot to the Parisians and frequenters of the Ex hibition ; a half dozcn light house?, to show thc ditierent lcnscs and lantcrns 011 exhibition; wind-mills of vaiious pat tcrns, with ingcnious contrivanccs for pumping ; a fountain, thc water tuuib ling down an artificial cascade over arti ficlal rocks, with a castle for a pictur esquo ruin. By and by wo shall be per- 1867. jmitted to attend a Chinese theatre, orsee a Spanish country glance from girls - brought from beyond the Pyrinees foMhe I puqiose. Mingleil with these outside j shows is a building designcd to represent an American school house, thoush I fear ; it will bea miserableburlcsque-a school ; house without furniture. It would havc ; been better for the Commissioners not to have underlakcn thc entcrprise than to , produce that which will convcv no true idea of ihi pecnliar Amcrican institution Tiie outsitlc buildings so curious ii form, so iltrcrse thc tall chimneys th grcit steam boilers for the gcneration o: j steim the lighthonses thc shcds where I goods are cxliibitcd, for which thcre is no :space in the building the parks, soon to ! le bloominir with Uowers ofeverv hui . with roscs, camclias, honcvsuckle, icssa ' inine, violcts and lillies the pincs, and ' oaks and willows the windin" "ravclei; ! walks, the fountains, thc fish ponds, thc j bantls of music, the movin multitudi l the jargon of tongues all of this are al- j most as Iwwilderinn as tlie circles withiu ' the building J O 1 rri , , . . - ey have away here mPans of not j l?ltm S,II-V 0,,e k!,ow.wliat S2 to be ! done on great occasions. Ddigcnt m- j quiry at headquarters failed to clicit ain i infbnnation :is to the diaracler of the opcning ccrcinonias in advance. Even ! ,,IC bead of thc Amcrican Commission i v , .... - uiu hol Kiiov. wnai was 10 oe me oruer 01 , the opening till I:ist niuht, when it was 0mr,a"v !"ounced that the Emperor i an Empress were to walk throunh the i "KJ lw-TC au0Ul l '"e an atternoon 41 1 . A J - 1c,n.un inend, or take an ainng hke 1'':" 1m.-oi.Ic A v:ist multitude has tltrilil Ollt 011 thlS bri"lit snnnv ilnv ..r,ie Jifre fe T Ct)nrml the - vh the guillotme stood m the iark davs of 1 n-iicii jusiorv wncru -iana .moin 1 i vvt "V --.a Mat, ;md thousainls of others had their heads chnpjcd olf. is packed with people. Tlie avemic along thc Seine, all the way down . . . . - . . . .... 1 . III.IK il IH-UIIIl le Tln' liillvl.lo ocrlook- ... ,s t !.:.: 1. i lr ' ' " , '--:-. a uL-gmis 01 uiexmauues. 1 v.iiiiunti lrom -iL.iisinu Ru;sia and T' 1 v U ?- ? al-S "ic-not the cry whid, n , ,1 7 1,1,1 ,,U,,;M f and tne Luipowr, Miiuing and bowin. looks from his carriasc bininantlv upon thc ik people. - - -ri... 1 -.1 r- - - 1 :iu i:iiK-iKti v.omilll:;lon tand by the qeror emcrs n 1 i: 1., t- .... -. .thc J-.iiipre.-s leanir.ir on his arm A . short tam ihereand they cnter the buiid- ing, pfcccdcd by liie Commi-sioiiers. nnd fulI..;vod by 3!. Rouhcr, mini-tcr oi-lale. aud a li-.v notabli. 01" the Eiapire. Tlu-y are woh-omed by cheers and by bands ot ! uiiiMe stalioiiiHl around the building. 1 Ti....- .. ......1 .1... .1 . 1 r. , ' V u" lul lwl n.um iu 01 uiu gni:Mi enirance. ass if so I will a?k them to come with u:c lo thc a?sngo way, and take a jo-iiion by a statue of the l?t Xapoleon the work of an Itulian artisf. vho has reprosented thi exiknl conqueror as sitting in a chair in imtlress, with a map of EurojKj ojkmi on his knecs. He l::is leen lighting his battles ovcr again, aml he has raised his eves from the map and is 1(11 in thoui:ht. J The Emperor mo-t assuredl- will stop crowd wele-jme hini with ricc t Emjicreur, which he aeknowledges by a bow riuht and left and a smilc " He is dresscd :is a citizen in .1 suit of blaek. His hcalth is better than it was a few weeks ago, at the opeuing of tlie Ixgi.-lalive chambers. Time is deepen ing and multiplying thc WTinkle in hi? checks and 011 his hrows. Ilis once brown hair is turning to gray, aud thcre is a llabhincss about his Uesh comnion to some nicn of his ycars indicating a deeline of vital foree. His stcp is slow and heavy. The Emprcss lcans upon his left ann, wearing a jiurple satin dress. trailing but slightly, with a black sack trimnietlVith Astrachan, and a bonnet (if thc little mat 011 the crown ol her head can bc called a bonnet) of dark green vclvct. She luis a plfasant faee, though time is lcginniug to tcll agtiinst thc beauty of formcr ycars, to take away thc frcshncss of carly wo manhootl, and to give the rouudness and phimpucss of forty ycars. They gaze a few inomcnts at the stat ue, interchaiige a wonl or two, and then pass on to view the picturcs, a crowd of ladies aud gentlcmcn following, like a tlock of unmanncrly school childrcn, at their heels. notwitlistmding the cfforts of the police to kcep them back. Thesc people, so wanting in good breedinr, are invited guests Frcnch tieoplc nearlv all of them, and not forcigners, ignorant of what belongs to pohtcness. Wliat were the thoughts of this mys terious man as he gazed upon this staluc ol his cxiled unclo ? Tliere -as for a momcnt an indescribablc play of hisfea tun's:, an indifinable working of thciuus cles, but whether of sorrow or of some other einotion I know not, but it was succeedcd by one of mauifesl pleasure at the exquisitc treatment of tlie subject by tho artist. Does this mysterious inan, whosc life has been a roinanee, ever in dulge in EiisgiviDg3 for thc future his ownfutureortlnt of hi m i.nml heir?jveiS;j jkThoo.1 i iH U1ldud, fcuUut' Tliere are douds! m tlM horizon. Tiie prestigo of Erancc is overshadowed by Gennauy. The Frondi people :ire los ing their temper- Germany is tln arbi terofEurojic Xowonder3 tliatwitha post so cvcntful a his ha3 atl a future so uncertain, th:it gray liairs come upon his brow or lluit tliere is liuaviiiess in his footsteps. Hc passes on, antl, with tlte Emjwos by histide. ilrives oncc more lotlteTuil lerics. With such plain cercwity iIk great exhibition is ojwi to tle jmWc. Tlir.XE!M) VoTE CUXCIUATIOX. TJC Vosr 0's C.wrrtii.Tc X llntc, (stli it ia th- stait f Kcatoriy, Mmrris i-. i-c;. j I liev made manv smWai aixl ra;lcr 'strordinan- dianscs in tiIitix me so very sudden tluit tlie movemeiit MXdoO't eonjestion uv the -on.-hciM.v. 1 rckoliecl wunst uv advokatiu frev trade awl liigii jirotective tarilT, all wiihia twolvc Imurs. (J made a speeeh in a aLTicultoor.il d-e- strik uv Xoo Y'ork in llte hrioji at lu A. yi.. and in a iiiauuf.tclurm lown iu Penns-i-any i:i tlie ovtaibi. our jl:illonii bein so con.-trul:tid that bolh sidcs cfKl lind a cndorment in it ) aud Iscv per fonned many other feats uv uiors! vm- nastiks ; but this last changr. 1 hvv Ijin called upon lo inakc is imUab'v :l?sid- denest. Lanwtek ToohIv, Deekiit l'o- gnim, Ciiptain MclMler ainl I wuz cn- uaired in ridth'n the Coruvj v uitriii-rs. Wc had endooretl an ez lon cz wc iltot Ssible, aud determinol 011 slandin it ik longcr. Selectin three v.-icii we wuz sat Lsiied hed too mueh ?eHin-book inlo en to be en-Iaved ain. v.v wuz niariii iioties to be scrveil onto em. orlin chi to leavc in twenty-four iiours, wcii I re seevetl iu the nortlieni inail a k-tler marked ':Frce Alcx. Y. RanHlall, P. 3L G." 1 knowl it wuz o!n.-3iel to wunst that blessid M-jiatoor is on mv commisshun, and 1've cn!empla:ci it too oftcn to be nnstaken in it. Its contents wuz brief, aud run thns : 'To all Postimiers in the Soutlwni States : The ni'jci - hcv votcs csil itishen is our L,s ln.lt. iee lo it."' This brief tho not harI to U undr- stood order wa fcaktl with :hc clS-hcl seal uv the Post Oliis Departincut stamjH 11110 puitv uistiU uv wax. to-wit : :i losil uv brcal5 under a roll uv butler, with . 1 . . , - ... icn uaiuis a graijn;:i a; it. 1 eoiai-r - und the situation at st:e. and oi alnmt doin my doot with lnKh Ifonwn :al Sparian linnncss. "Deekin," sez I, tcar.n up tiie iki-es. "these isiirgers we Ikv iH:-uider?toiil. lliev are not an infcrior raci t5-r arr not descrndants uv IIa:n an-i 11.J..T it wuzn't Paul's idea in seslin lw-k Onesi- mus to eomleiim him to ?rviioud wc '. iU!-":.M'rsU.x lh.i siir;isi-i:. nil mu.-t makc aau!..!-. "llu nircr is ile- void uv sitiel!, aml is inxily a nian soiA a brother!" -Wat r said thc Detkin, tippin iwk 111 nnuzcnient. uJest vnt I sav.v hz T. "read tliat,' and I fiuns hini ihe ieitcr- Tln? upshot uv the ctnerawe -VTljidi ollenxl wuz Im' c::lli:is uv a Jivvtin liic next nite. at which all tne lihirsianstiv the toniers wuz tnvilcu and rcl to we resent. Thu trouhle wuz io 'Stt iitc mszs t-j attend tho meciin. TI. fu-t on? 1 spoke to laift in my face. aml aski me iwvr long it wuz since I had 1k1;: hang a couk uv niggers, by w:iy uv tiuislim oS" a ca.4 cbrashcn. PoHock. thc HIumms flor.-- ceeiK-r. got hoM r.v it, an.1 ioU.ft ilig- er. and Joe swore that 'f tbe jwjgtrs icdn t anv morc swisc ih::: wo siv m creilit for, in sjK-in wo cxI lcunlobzk cm so chee i. he slMKd gi liack lo ihe ii beleet. to-wit: tltat they wuz oniy a sooienir nu-e uv moHfccys, allor all : aiui by nite cverv nicr in the i-ii:v wiw lostid thoroughlv. aml ut wv all v em I cocd only gi: lbur wlio wid -niiso to attend, au.l tiiein litc Diin id i lay apl.ee to. To give it k!iv.- 1 iroinised one uv e:n (to le ii l ai tln? close uv tlie mcetin) to sii 011 the stawl with me, wicli. bom a very poor snau. and hevin a siek wifi? in a sliantr jKT.r ty, who wuz sutTerin for molicinc. (wicli io coodeut int witliout mojK-v) hcaeoMit- At this pint an idee striick ino. I to- menibereu Philadelfy. aiul .i-tcr.ii.l to lev ascene nvahn :!h Ochk-Ii aml ()jt biznis. 4AnotIicr thin-'. Cnli, Miwer- stand that it's a part uv thc Uargain ihxt when iu my sieech 1 tuni to 3-00 and stomp, yoo must nse and eiiilirace ine." "Hat r sez lie "Fall into mvarm. lovin-lifcc ra understand -jist as tho we wux Iwig lost brothers I" "'Scusc mcl" seil lie 'Tseajnilv ow nigncr, and wants to bu dc oW so- man some quimne, and wood do imujs anything foah dal, but, o, dats too mueh !M "Not a cent.' said T, slenily a--3o;i my most piercjncst strc, "oidctt this is iiicludeil . Well,'' rctunxHl lie, suikily, -rf 1 must, I sjeck 1 must, bur, golly :' Thc nite nrrivcd and the nKvtin bou wuz full. We thot fusl of lwMmg it in the chapol uv thc Colhge, Iwit give nji the idee ez impractieable, ez oxvin to tl.-dillj-torinis uv our 2surthem iriends ia forwardin sich subscrijisheus ez lliey Itev raised, we hcvcnt got no further witli thc bildin tlian layin tle conior stmi. In the front wuz the four niggcr. all in cleau shirts, and on the stand wuz the niggcr I liail cngagod. Over tho plat fonn was thc foHerin mottoes: 'Tn Yoonion tlna- is strn;gth For Prcsidcnt in 16S, FcnKimo Woml. For Vicc President, Fredrick Duidis.' 'In the niggcr, strengtii In thc Cau casshen, beauty In the muiatter, wlto is trooly thenoblcst m-Uieunstccies both' hi addishento these, wc hig apaH thc old inottoes whidi Jenorson about yoonivcrsal liberty niMi r4du vich ; hedn t bin quolcd in lu-utucly Jbr twen ty year?, and postidcm uj ; in brief, hed Wendell lhillip3' y!c-.-eii Fjvaftt hhi a hoverin over that nieeUn-lioue, it wotild hev smiled approvingly. I spoke to cm clokcntly 011 Uio yooni- Hiat" Ah.tU-rer dsecfKl 1.- setl,A'ht wuz Ihv faUjir uv all inaiuVnid, tLx;. the only diirejridb letw'cn jj .jvhlrj jUt and a ni;ig;r: ivir, 'tlii 3111:. jv&r. bunit. Thc niici l' rrinrtija j was m ktubltlly. origcnally W3iiIo, Imt Je.iit hin, sonce his arriral in ihis cowrtry, si-dk-lod to agricuin.'O'Rd pisowts, le JsaJ itecwiiio lanmxl U a degree wicit, iia k mnrrcd liL- jdiyMkle IkuU . &1 Hut 11 lTiix willi his sjerlin i?o3us y .-3Ut-TIkt lind ln dilTrcnces Iwtwrew lltc racos at Umkb thcr 3k1 15h oqJisaiitaisc wliidi no one regreited taosx ihaM L Tfce whitcs i:v i!k Concrs had nut aHtsi: biii cz ivM-idrit cz I oood lcv wisled. Tler had ilgel sevml nv cm, and Imw -msmy ittoro, and in tiincs t lkd 1W cm m iavery aml s5-h, lut llat j-IhxxI not le :Irt uv at this haiiv titae. It ncwc hi.-1uIimu1 to do thesc ihings ihen. and Kvntucl:y wnz cniinentiya kw-awklm .Slalf. -I lv," 1, n t his ilxdwttM, with llw llsig uv wir ohinkhi cnriry ovcr UK. 1 dednrc iT2l fnenl-l 3o thv clored uimh, and to .-cd tlie 4ccfaitai shcit I thus caihrAce M TIk- ob-tiitit nijr tlklu't ftir a rKj. Cwine uji ainl itinrr 3oor ats annM 1110. j-oh Wek cuj," ssl I, m a slage whiser. Coac up No yoo dmf t, biiss ! sed imc icr, ina kxl voice. -widi wasatlMc aM over t5e drc3, awlhokjtn mt hhhmti. -l cau't tnist yoo a lircssid ntiimk. 152b nic de So fusl. Yoo owe tiis diik-fih doliars now lV awin wood fo1 xak K.-t offis. ;ul ef wV a gwine lo lrt or ritc. le fust yoo-e 1 slid pt miiae i w:!U giniu dai nioitey. lay p fns aiil dc 'lnrnec aflerward. 1 saCt do sick a disa2robk: liug widout e ca.4i iu. atlv;uee.", This ratSK-r dcstwyeti tl eifcet. Tke unities wuzn't 3rercn-oi!. Tlie :mjksss in front burst oat iu a torttniwg lr.il" athl Polbckand IJiggkr rolW in c-3ivMtsiiis of iafinro, in wJiici lialf nv car piople joiikvJ. A;e a standm eiritkI. in the atlitood of cmljradn, and llial cussoil niggor slamliu with Itis Lands extrtnied f"T tlie nHpy, wth the Deekin ait.5 j;. cosn liorror-slnjck jist lhinl. rmed a iiioo wliidi wuz more strikia liian oa.-ani. Tbe iiiticiiii wuz lo-r,5tst adjoenKtl, for it wuz cvidenl 10 the 'Jullesi o'mjee licnrihii iliat Jhiiiin aaora cco1i.Mi he 1ik tliat niio. Ez yoo-ual I iaiSoJ k wjnt of raital. llel J 3i w.-s.st m l: paiiry satn of live ujlbrs Ikw !if Utvtil wmvUjcv bin the rft-sk! IVr c'.aiKv wv niay. thro li:ut .k-fr.-5-T.-y, HfSO eniucKv. It iBu-t itever omtr agm iny -akay mhisI be r:iisei 1 cJttft :uake laix witlioiH straw. Joe ll'icr :ad ane n t mmwa. au l runarit lbit lw reir. iijj ihe oKmpcvof cz iw? atvientiy lcsireij to e tfcc iw raccs a pallin ikW. -T"h fuA. IVr e i," -"i W. -- ia jk Maaan jsxjcriv. Tiie nexl limcyoj waal e VjxvlxWe iHj.vrlosit imihe pbilarta w:l voo and ihe DooktM. or las? atfi ciabrace yoj 2h liitu drnid:. I itr'U h it ihca. rolttlIy I know tcHL Ef iK-'sdruJil; eanfl, Wll Jiurraii ior.TehH--oa, and if- js-iliic lo jii cm dotm to llio pini uv vi.it wilh yoo. Ijmi l Imw whi-kcy tirags a inaado'.ra. Sec iriril its l-ot yoo to!' al ihe. itiMaia wretd! roll-il on" Inrtin boi-lcnsly. Git :: dniuk. 1'rcfc-ser," Itt ydk.I at as. a long cz ls. coml tW. Wc thm'l inlcnd lo sive it np. JSi.. ler s w1toc v.nr. givcs iw jcst, isat bctt lLicssl shdact upon it W!scsvi vat Uiag- white ijki4 lo us, aa4 l a uhhc inan kte nc ihus cajk-Wi'J, wiy n! a ii53er f T'he Afrfkia hv&it t? fr.r to faU to gii ttwrn 10 iw Li. :ul al'll take kss 10 liriir? im. ISava. oont cr-lcrol fivc lrrois n dny, indi 1 ,-jHiro ile Adininisiraslien U ay fr Wo liave yct lwc Is.to Yori. Cfts&out 1 loaso, nnl itHironvtlti 3crkc-it le yoosel for Ktli:ikl iunH.-es- iWk-a is .IVtinasltri, acl KkcwiH? Pro- K-s-tar uv Jx'.ikk l0itid;s: Ow Souikern Claikfc & jdiliiary ljjj too! Tltc Wijc nn r.tjHnl. X liie wifc sirauM he wilim U W( lic kusiand in jwattcrs ni 1m-ucss. Ia sIhmsM bc willins to wre witlt fcer ihe kink-nwf douHlkau.ciiesai.' iatiRc. Sjhic go loo iiar, Jiml uturiv k-iJe thc ma'.crnal head of thc famtlv bv liralm ikx a- h iKT iionrslr or awutv eoaii not 1h lruJcl in thc n.siwjcmrt fC iLc l(v- nsosiif tx-yMHMtiv. Tkcv kef ihe amwwv. aihi lol it out a? il lkcy wre parti with tJnir lites lk(Kl, gratlgin crar .-hiUmg ihey disen?e, aid rqturia -k acooutit as rigid as iley wouJil ftVMtx su-pcctod scnnal : Ibcv take cfcat9t of cvcn-ihiiig. stvc out cvervthis- inbii witlt cvcrjlhin-. This is io tissnnt woman of her auihorily. to litrest hcr fruMi IkT rojer plmie, : jshU aud dc gradc her hrfore Ikt chiklrcn sati sr- vanl- Jhx Axi:niJ.-T.5ics. lli. pAiiisT ynm thu Ijttu; Oxls. -lie i:iei wilh llc litik ones. Ix-i ndtlicr titdr skm- nmlcrlandiwg nor Xhetc o-a?iwiial jkthss oHcjk! ym, or - vtn;ctiicshan)rciHX)u4. JJcter ihc wri-l is new tc them, sjkI ikcy IwvQ C ?hghi lask lo grasp -jvilh lheJr unriijJtl inidkcL-. tlk.- mass ot facls Kd irmtks tkit crowd upon ihdr alleiMioM. Y arc rown to laalurity and Armh iuroi ycars of cxpericni'c, awl k in-ouuies you io fnel'at uV iiuio hM that iails lo koep liaoo wiiU vonr tiwiKjht. Ttadi him :ikily, as iUti tecbcsi yim, 4li?e njnMi Uho, pncit -ptm. pr- cept: lKrca little m 1 inV." Oeoj- him in hisvfct of Mmd - m after 3-cars l.LsrifHi, rick tko2hi &sBl rise and " you blessed. A liousxTs PnraoN- to his Djwte. ing knvn hill, kurryme nt ; on icool roaL tarc ie ik1 ; loasc a ?4aMe, ir iM UH net ; of kay antl or.tr- mh mc ft; of dcau Avalcr, slhA ma iwt; with sofl, iry bed, deprivciae net ; litbd a3 hot, wash ac nol ; with ktt sud win;. ok,jerkncnot; aud whea yM Jtreaa srj', striku iuo aot.'