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ONION. THE CONSTITUTION . AND TUE LAWS-.TIIE GtJAKDUXS OF OUR LIBERTY. ? VI. XXiTII. Tlll'ItHD.iV. JIXY IG, ISJG. i ' ... T I NEW Copper , Tin, & Sheet Iron IN UlUBOliOlUH. US subcribm wulj RoctAtCj adores lb A p. thu acomplrt.' Co? t. Tin. aal 5Uvt Iron Shop in Lit low of ; ilZbavoo-h. .t IV aai a-ied by Mr.la,!wmU&. KTII.1A a rut TXX WAKE. .A4. for liNeV41 wo. muaaUel im lb mom mmi d JjiW ik l-y eipnroceJ wodaMa, ki , fgoiUni'y on bii4. or m'.e to onln. aa lle mo , War. Jit on the W4 Mt. Thei are U piriirj ti atteoJ la all onleral ULrrrCKt.NU, which thrjr rnrar la Ha in a atkeiptlfurtxcneBerat4 naatoe ah tLatj r. ! fibiflf experiment te per of any atber worWwaa in the Utixe. I furaifd. I'lofura quaut ly vf pibr.ili'd Tta Ware, awt4, famiJieJ Va.)Va!a U, llarcaata aoi milun at a KmMt ikJudion. iiAtiai wvul r Jt tLUorr. May, 9. 83 Cash Store; THE uStfritwr, having wcwived ! Fait Sup ply of (JK (vrbich are ajar rcaJy lor ia apaetiM in hi on tjr ltHie on the ouia Mraet, w of I'm C Jjrt hju,) oJ" r tUriu very cheap. Rmwo Dj.n s.ttc frttn 7 la IS ttnU. Lleactf J d i. frain 10 to '.'0 M CLOTHS. CASHMERES, ami SATl- NETTM at minced pricr; and erry other arutie in tna Ury liid baa in projjortion. UROCKRIEM, arcardinf U qudity. lower than lh7 ana oilrrud by any one el. . 8CJI00I. COOKS famUht d to all who may nply at tli fc.lwa iiif tkm: BalUaa'a EnluU lirammar, " Laua tlo. 45 70 65 r.o 75 75 DO 75 75 75 80 75 S5 75 12J 85 85 80 CS 70 70 25 r.l 60 45 !S 10 Worwler'a Conin. liul'ontnr, AimwiMtU'a da. lrttti't Latin Lrikon, I)onneirn'a do. llulliju'a LiUn Rrjlcr, CoulJ'a 0i I, Bonren'a Virit, AnJrca' 8Ilut, Anthon'a Circro, FaUooi'a Liy, (iieck T"trut aud Letlcoa, Oain'i XenojjUon, Memxibilij, EoiertxNi'a Arithmetic, ?J part, da. 3 J part, Fifrca't Algetira, Uaometry, M Trigouonicay, Cicero'a Oration, M jrc Gpo;rii.hy, Mir" IntMduction, Mitchell' A nr. CJeog. A Atlna, Rt a renmaniitup, aiaorted. Alto a aririy of oilier Bjoka not named, on the aame tcrin. Rol.iud' Dest Mill at $6 00. Collia'a Genuine Axe at 1:25. ' Ileal artirltt of Hol Leather at 174 cent. In fotirlusioii. I only have to aay to those mho may call on roe to jirtid their monej, that they ebaU not go away diipouitcl. It. MCIIOUS. . October 2i. 00 NEW GOODS. npHE auhacriben, having received a full and handjomo assortiuent if Spring Goods, would respectfully aolicit the inspection of the public A. MlL'KLE ii CO. AprUI5. 2 Equity Sale. Petition vf Lury H'jiw, UuarJian, ( tell ... Larft. BY virtue of a docrea of the Court of Equity." - mule in thi cau. I .hall sell to the hiah- A but t"-wue under ti e aat biJJor, on the 13U of July next, before the circtmistances. 1 he ftema from court house in the town of Hillsborough, a three acrea of good potatoes, will manure TKACT OF LAND on Enoe, containing 240 j a acie of wheat, to ninth better purpose acrc.,orthpuKa1ljoininKthel.ind fifucn tons of Tdrm-vard dung, the lum Cbo a heirs, tt lin? the Land and Dwelling j. . wi.er J Ueorce A. Fauccti lately lived, now worked ' by Dvid Lockharu The Land iaofcoodaualitv.! and boa a gooti framed lloune and kitchen. A credit of six, twelve, and eighteen months will be given, the purchaser giving bond and good sccuri LUCY WALK Ell. -June 3. 30 4w ON II A WD. rr nt'o ..c x-i.:..i' i:.t... v's .. nwrni .it. i p.voit.viiii Caiuiiea. Siiiriu nf Turpentino, and a qu viitity of good Bacon, A. MICKLE dt CO. April 15.' S3 - l . . JUS1 ULbl'.lV fc.li, r MOLASSES, FayettcVUlo CANDLES,' LAMP OIL and JAVA COFFEE. A. M ICICLE & CO. 98 'Ottiber 14. FOR SALE Oil KENT, THK It . 1 t I .,..! cupuslbv William C. Scott situ - , ated on (jueen street The house ia large and conveniently arranged cither lor a teaideivoc or hoarding house. L'lNG, WEBB, & CO., Agents. December 18. 07 Job Printing, EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. 5 , - l!ay jo-aj rick u, Extaberaiit, aW Uiiet Lkaici ur U'h eety ld.M ricmtlieGmcMrtrtnMr. f" cHnn crops as hakuee. Ah illiterate firmer at let). h. da wre fit Id tint down, at I and ' . . . , 7 "T UU snort than a tun- -WeJorapt from it. wtiliuUt ever adding rltci f nnr In . IU not ar that the tuUtinc of lti craps, a principally otUiued from the i, M1 fram Ui tuouture is iLc toil, Utf ffrCeJH . i - i . from no oilier ubuare tlun air and a- ' ' clean Uf leant!, and plant in it raa aeed or riain ; let it be elevated frotn 'he riounl and krpt remote irom any. tiling that van drop into it or rume iu contact it'i it. Moi.leu it fie qurnily witli peifect pure water, ao that not i article vf any thing cUe rouie near ii. The aveda will rRta'.e aud glow t l height of evrrl inch $ and the gla-e will not le duniniahed in the lrai K the rxpei intent, iiutrad if be in in id M idi pounded sUa taeie made with ile, alumiiip, and ciLouaie of lime, in lhe prpriii.iia in w hich they exist m hei they firm the utnat fertile soil, the rshu!i would to the aame. It ia true in all hm1 ao.la tSiere exla vrgetlt and animal matter, the quuntitv vf whili it alTrcied by the growlli of plant, but these eutitatree Turin but a rmall proportion of die wlnl;, aid vejeuMe matter in aula if aa lively to be incrraaed a dim in ched ly the growth of .lan'a. It will thtia pe perceived, that the prac tice of enricl.ing land by green crept, i in fact nothing else than iibuininf manure liotn tbe alt a l rain ; that pi inta form a channel through which fcriinzii'g auN atancea are conveyed ta the aoit, which are talen in by the'leavet and pa.s through the ateina to the roote. The rKn of ?rai in good award grouiiJ make a formidable aubterranean lorcat in mioiaitirc,- and it i afrted on r? api cialde authority, that more than twehe lona aie thua added to the fertilizinjr pro pertira of every acre of toil. When therefore the leaves and alcnis, aa well aa Mots, arc a!o thus app ied, the whole quantity becomes very Urge. t'ropa turned under for nmnure, ahontd atwaya be in a green alate. and never ripe and dry. In the former case they ferment anJ becume fit fr aitpporting vegetation: in the latter, they continue unrolled for year. Loudon, peaking on this subject, makes the following interes ing Memenl : "A niong the nioai active pans employed aa manure, 1 have fuund the wild -peeifs of t'le genua S n ipi, (mui ard.) ploughed in frvh in the buiioin of turnip drill, at the rate of twenty t'na per acre. Tl e pro duce bnutht" at auction 12, while the rest f the fi -U, manured with tons of f .nn-yard dung, 'brought only from 9 to X'lO pet acre, Other weid?, euch as net tlfs, tt istlee, 4c. produce crop puperior to farm yard dung. Pulatoe su-ms, fre-h ploughed in on clover lay for wheat, 1 have found to produce crops exceeding by two bulla per acre in quantity, with more pro poriiouate weight of straw, than oilier ariat -ii V sr. rrt a it ill. I n n n ia sAil la-ltlt ",u H-"y "" ' ' -'-" rolauon, clover and wheal being the crop which generally precede, fallow We think, that in no case Tarm-yard manure should be rejecled or wasted, be caue all the manure which can possibly be had is always needed in good farming ; but fields remote from manure yards, may frequently be e.iirichcd at less exprnse by t ereen tnanure, than bv carting farm-yard dung upon them. 1 In will be evident when we take into account the expense of drawing ami spreading on the land. and the lact, that a crop of vegetable growth is already upon the ground, spread Las evenly as i desired on the other We have observed in all parts of the country in the latter part of the summer, pastures literal ly covered with an enormous growth of the com mon field thistle, (Cntcttf ianaolatiis) so that little elite could grow upon the land. If this about the lime of'blostoming, were cut, raked in heaps 1 Willi UOFM.-! with a ho.-c-ruko and allowed to ferment, they ! f""! as nunt of manure, and pre would furiURii a vast umo vent the seeds spreading. Picklei As the time f year is ap- proc!iing lor pulling up pickles, we pub 1 . h the following as some of the best me thods ; Cucumbers, Cucumbers .h-mM lay in weak brine three or lour days after tliey art pirled ; tWa t!.ey sIkmbIJ b f ut ia a tisj or woodeai pall vf clean water, and lept s!uhtly warm for two ct three dare $ then tale as much ainegar as yoti think ! yoor pk-lle r w II lu.ij t'acaVl it, with! pep per. a.iprft Rtoatsrd-serd, Cagreot. horfe-radith. te if yon hap pea to hate then ; half of them in apite the pick le erjr wel'. Throw U a piece of alum a blf a a walnut ; ibis serves ta larden the piekier. Flint the vinegar flear.and poor it cali!in hot over the rocnuiera. Brs es eis are not Ceallhy for prepar ing any thing aei!. Mwl-mthnt f honlj be rifled for man- fes when green and bard. They should be cut open after they hae been in salt water ten dart, the inside scraped nt clean, and filled with mustard seed, all spice, borse-radish, small onions, 4.C, and aewed together. Fcalded , nnc'ar should iLeo be poured upon them. . It nnwiWben these are so ripe tbat pin will grt iota them easily, they are ready for picklinf 1 , Tliey should be soak ed twelve days in a very eold and strong water, which lias beea boiled and akim med. A quantity of vincfar. enough to cover them well, honld be bailed with hole peptier, raustard-reed. small onion or garlie, cloves, i infer, snd horr e-rarlish ; this should not !e poured uptn t'-tm un til it is cold. They should lie in pickle a few months before they are eaten. To be kept rlose covered, for the air softens them. Tbe liquor is an excellent caieup to be eaten on 6Mu I'rppt r. Put peppers in stron salt and water, and let them remain there till they become yellow; then turn them ereen by keeping them in warm salt and wa ter, shifting them eery two days. Then strain them, and pour scaMmg rinegar nter tl em. A bng of mustard-seed nut in the j:ir is an improvement. If there is mother in the vinegar, acald and strain It. ; ' . i ." fill rWrret Need no other pick Una- than aeal.tinr. anient vlniii-ae -wM.re.t ov themrnnd fJVred to rirT1 or ten day heforo you eat them. Ul.-r... ... .t,. tink it improves them to keep them in all and water 24 hours before they are -i" pickled. From the Columbian Magazine. A TOlCIII.C SKETCH. ALLY I ISHLI:. BV FANNY rOKUSTEK. Study, stody, etufly! Trudge, trudge, Irudr?. Sew, sew, sew ,1 flK . K., ' '' . " that of lutW Ally sy humdrum life was nean aencu ioo pwr cuiiu; Alls aaa taaal tail i n taiPaawl t ivtv littla ffirl a . L.J.. I.. Iii ".t .."6 - 6" she had no time lo be mtereating. iler voice, true, was very s weet, but, o plaiu - tivc! Ucaidcs, you seidutn Heard it; Jor; umo A..y a..c.....vuS . vuu j stantly occup.ed that it was seldom they , lound time to come up to her lips. No, Ally was not interesting. IShe bad never j given LOut the silvery, care-freohean-laugli,' which we love so to heal Irom children; ahe could not laugh; for, though acut lo ivirt i a i.t .iruiMfil ministerim- a i-l vice , hid arisen le.wcen her and ailltle a bright - uibtead ot th b.tght llowers springing up n tli. n.lh.'jn . hliccl'iil l.il. 1. ..... Ii,. in the pathway ot blissful chileluoU, the s .telling, bursting buds olhope U.Atnmke our Spung days so gay, Ally looked out upon a desert with but one prists. Oh, how dear was that bright spot, with its .lowers all fadeless, its water sparkling, never -fail ing ana living; us harps, its crowns, us, tainted ones, its white-winged throng, its , King the King of Heaven that kind baviouc who oved hcr, who watched over her in her helplessness, who counted all, her tears, lightened all her burdens, and was waiting to take her in his arms and, shelter her lorever iu his bosom. Little Ally 1 isher had indeed one pure, precious 1 i ;:3y in, uuy out; late ana cany, ; rouia sue unnii w it, ana any uie cmia ; gou!,, was the first exciauon she heard frA.ii u-i-rUV nil tn u r pli'a ml. it waa all of a drunkurd! To be sure this was ttie ... r. . mim.usumiv. - . - . vuu mcu uuiu mij at the other siue or the same. Uh, how AUy'a feet and head ! only vice of which Billy Fi-her had ever ; ,hc room came a pale beautiful ladv who and hands ached! And sometimes her i been guilty. . lie had uoverdelraudcd his ; whispered. "DeafehiM vimm.V..i KMi ""u ' r"rroub; one niu&i imu oiuei uieaua & wa8 ln vain lHal tj10 aj.. a-j jC(, -u- can anything be interesting on which the ol supplying herself with the finery she ; band and even the attending : physician in .ahadow ol v.ce rceu? lustead of muth, ; was printing in of late; let her go into the sj6led on her remaining, at least until she A-ly bi.d g e i her young spirit to sorrow; kitchen where she belonged! Poor Allv. ! grave did not open bentath her, clultiish; light; and on a blown 'maple bough, where leet,Wld shegodownllltolllorreswornllt.ear.buds were swelling ready to hurst out by her burden of sorrow, want and willl hfe, a iiule bird lhe lirsl spring birdf misery. et AJy was not interesting. caroned a9 UitheIy as thollgl, it Hlighl When other children were out playing bring Eden to a desolate, disappointed among the quivering, joyful Summer sha-, heart. Ally Fisher heard it, and the tears dows, hhesataway behind hcrdesk in the . br0ke over their fringed boundaries and school-room, sew, sew, sewing, till her fell in sparkling shower upon her bodice, eyes ached away back into her head, aud Then she crossed thoatvleand the stream, her little arm kit as though it must drop and passed the trees till she found a sohta from her thin ahouldcr. Odd ways these , ry nook away in the heart of the wood; for acnild! How disagreeably mature! h and here she knelt and prayed. How ii a very ui p easant 1. 1 g to see children strong was Ally Fisher when she left iter make old women of themselves! Ah, then ; retreat! The arm of Him who is almigh wo to the sin wo to the sinner who cheats ty was about her. -a young heart of its Spring! ' I AUy Fiaher passed with quite as light fxe.lher was Ally beauttlul: her face was . a foot as usual over the dried leaves through io thin and want-pinched, and her great whieh the tender Spring-blades were peep eyes looked so wobegone! Ilow could ing, and beyond the border of the wood. Ally be beautiful with such a load of care j till she came in sight a beautiful central upon her, crushing beneath its iron weight; lake, on the banks of which the young the rich jewels which Cod had lavished! green was striving with lhe pallid spoils of upou ner spun, ii is me inner oeauty that shines upon the face or all the flowers of her young heart had been blasted. Her curU were glossy enough but you could the wood she saw a person, probubly a not help believing, when you looked upon nurse, walking near the lake with a liit'.e them, that misery n.slled in, their doepgirl, who danced aud prattled andclarpad ahadowr; let eyes weee of ilia sofieot, mektbrowti,fnr.eiI vita rich sable, tut so full of TiUery ! Her eorople xioa was transparently fir, wj& a tnr of blue in stead of the warm reneroua .eart-uJI which bebtnjeth to rbtldhood and youth. All her features were pinched and sivrna ated, her banda w ere a mall, and ilia, and blue; audi her JitUe gvre ia iis seamy, homely rtoihin, looked very much Lie a weed w hu la Las slocd too long ia the Au tumn time. . So frail; so delicate! so tUso Utc, AnJ did anv LoJy love poor Ally Fish erthe busy Lee -il.e Luoidrum worker the forlom chilJ, who was neither inie re Urg nor Lcauliful! Was there anybo dy to love her? No one Lot her mother a poor, sad looking woman, who wore a faded green bonnet and a pitched clua:z frock, aud who never siooped to smHe cr shake l&mU .with anybody when she walled out of the tillage church. This de-oLic,sad hearted woman, with fcer bo ny fingers and sharpened fire ll.i dame r is her, whom the boys railed scare-crow i i i i T urauuiu, wnu. uorv . n.ca-umc, ea- hauf ties fountain of love btlitud die faded i garments and the ugly irsot.; and she j Ally. Ally hal a faiher. too, but he did not loirs ner. lie lovtu noming uut mj T..e g g shop at the corner of the street ana uie orown, carinen jug whicn fte yet ... u..u... v v. vu51. .w . . m3 ioiu ah, now you see way Any r h er was un.tappy. iow you see tne vice in wiwe nuuow me strirken cnua ma- - i . . .a i i - l i a . tured so rapidly. Now you are reajy to exelunn with ice, Poor, poor Ally t'wll - tr: find hp n l.r Ay, (iod lain her! AUy her too there w herself. , l.. l ..... . " . U .... v. IZ . M - 7. ml nun hi i ii aiiiiMii rniwiiH i riuiisa.Hiin ! . " r .. -I " ail iDose trtin laced mirahle luue cica turea about hcr; but she took hcr sew ing w ith her, and every moment that she could 1 a a a a J mgoreau. . Dame Fisher had looked earnestly for- In ilia tiino u hun 1 u I....M . ., , , . , enough and had learned enough to vary uie monotonous cnaracier 01 tier e.npioy- ment and preside in the capacity ol teach n.. Il.u ...Kn..t .K.1...I T1.. I vr' " '. mot tfrs .are so dotingly hopeful! ilow I a......!. U... l.h V.A .... I.. k..a... .1...... cuwui( ..v c, n m 1 1 u-yt ; U'llPIl fiim U llrt llaeai iavatMuiJfl Iiim U'SiI'iS ; , . I'.-v- in his power, been oppressive to the poor; ; he harmed no onq nor wished harm to any; ne naa only degraded ins own nature - vei. nu pourtu at , veasel of shame upon his own family, Luough, to be sure; but then Ally-sl.e , 1'ad always been a gentle, patient, to Jing, j faultless child, and why must she sufler! for the futher'a einf What! The daughter of the drunkca vagabond, Billy Fisher, a teacher fur ih.ir .hil,lp.,.t IVI., . ..... . : . , fuming mmx she must bel J he jdea was she had wrought till midnight for a loiV Din it u . 1 Iff night to prepare herself for presentation to iiie.e lault-liuuers; ii she had not, they would have called her ri'gamujin. Where thall we look for a reasonable man? Ally wras not much distressed. To be sure, it was the breaking up of a long-che rished dream sne had ever dared cherish; bu, the poor giri had a ,10iy resource and 8,e did not repine. She went from the Joor, whcre each hope of her life had been cruellr crushed, with a swelling heart and faltering step. Uyer the sivle across the waJ-, the Lule blue eyes of die Spring vioiels were looking up lovislv from beds 0f moss. lhe freed ;t;eaU)8 ; eio daneing last year a frost. A Ally fisher was not ve ry observing she was too thoughtful to be observing but as she emerged Irom Btsl aiiaw aWirlaa neon In a m t if, an Vfi lilanii w I . . ,..m ... . , ,Bf! n(Ug to jjjj lurrace ai,er her wreteJieduessscarcetobelougtotl.isbrchtU,!- LTA r-L, . t. . . L.J .v L,t. 1 . 1 . Ik... .1 " i - ! - uivu i.diu iw i.iiu iiLuiii, uu. Kh l.ltpra reIbn(l cniu it! uier waa i way a very leeuio, anu Ay! Ste, She pauses delil)Cratelv ere several mue one younger than a hnrlii t u, nr.m f .,...,,1 ti nai rouiu nuor aiiv uu: one .u. ..r ..... her tlcy Laada, cow LocbJ; frca Lc path, bow lolriiidtrsir Ler LuIelWaJ ia the woman's drefi. sud tlea rurnlcj tarward wiJ all the gyHelefi glre of bud or tt tcrfiy. Ally looked at Lcr aud fdt ibtv w aria tears ereerisg to Let e; a. Wlay had sir never lta to happy ! And fay should thatien-illeaLiuSbw which had set tled oa Lcr cradle, ilarlea at this point, so full of strange wcadrous . ialereal, now wLeo sb waa BtaBdiag. wiab arluelaal fret. VTbett the brack and rrvet tweet. V0aBasd1ood and ctiiUbood eaI Caiinf , with a tlaiid rUota, Oa the Iwaokkt's awrit sJ-aawe. Oa the nvcf'a UmJ rxpamc l" . The tears crept to Ally's eyes, but iter had no time to LdL She beard a sl.rk k and saw the woojin towering over the verge of the lake, tier hands clapped as tliough in an ertiacy of agonized fear. MTha chile!" tl.oogbt Ally, as she sprang forward, new life in every limb and lighting up her eye. Mie was rsht. The Hue one was first tor- glimpse cf a tl sv.v .mv., ...v.. j , di,arpcareif f foimej j,.. rjr 2 a no ' def J j onlj 1ilUer... ; she j hio wat cmfllll ,houh ingure in lhe oubel t firni (ooi. ing Another Mep, ,nJ Mt grew , deeper another auoiher. The water iaJ aloTe hcr w,isl ,n(j ,,er ,lsht : fl,urc ,wme iwaved bv hi injuiatioIi.. ' a iur. n r.-i,-.,t f- a. ...... :f,iiony a on ju turf4ce, ftna :i;fe . ,t auke! Aeinon.one more V .' T .7" Utep the littlo scarlet dress appeared just' before her. But one, one short step more! to tea even W,T nuuy.i, siaa out .oia LI . kC" aeiurua aiovvie, aaieiy to utc tnore aim .rniRs wun iter recoveia iiuraan treasure ... . ; at ,he feet oftlie terrified nurae. Any rishc. opentd hcr ar(l WOndcring ... r.n . n. u.a J w i-aa m tuaiiLV rvvuot iivi itwav ! eyes upon a strange sceua. Her head lay upoua pmow o ik-U purple velvet; and she turned from her a nmiUr eoueh to . . . - . . ninineen iioiuaoi orspery, i;eavy gowen !a .i ll r 1 a aa iwiuiiuu inuueii in uieir son anauowa, rich massive furniture, the use of which did nnt im.lpn.kml.li tl, nAnr, - 1 of ihi9 mar,;- nnlnre ..nhpodimr . ..1., . . e t . . "'O . kind lace which bent anxiously over Iter, j 0h, 1 was so careless and vbrj et ). . m j0w tremulous tones, as thoutli Uie terror i 1. J . . . . Iiau hoi yet gone irom her heart j . Docs she recover!" inquired another ; voice. It was that of a mart and though u:8lro ,h VMmw & lt which gave evidence that the tiring on which it ubrated had been lately janed by ftar aDJ 8orrow. Doei, BheJ JrcCovef This noble deed has mhde her cur's as Marcia is. She shall never co back to that poor hovel again " . ' My molher!,, was Ally's answenV ..... . ..." o remain; ua sue will be so frinhtened ! 1 nmst ca to mv mother now " : for her mother. Ally rose lo her feet a id .... .V " W" smiled her usual sad smile. " I am well, q.iiitt well. It iliJn't hurt n.e any; I w.a only Ir.g .tei.ed btcaus 1 ill .ugiit the poor liuie vol was d. ad. To be atre 1 shuuldu ileai the dtad. but when 1 had her in my arm- are you suie the - tl a.t-T win get went ' ; "Sue will, and it a as you who sated ner sue." Ally .h.ddtred. Uh ! her cheek was cold ! ji.st iike Iiule Willie's. Hut you say she wnl gel well, and 1 am eiy glad, though oiii(-iiiiiea I think it would be a pleas. nt thing to die and go Ij l.eavtn wl.ece Je.ua Chr st ia. It ia o d.earv here !" ho adutd, in a pitilul tone, hah U-iiMngly, Dame Faher waa surpri.ed to are th family carriage of the Burntl.s diaw up a her buuible doi.r, and moie uipri-ei when her own Ally, in strange g.ib a world t. o wiie," aprai'g Irom it, l,er ple Uce really brilliam witli exeitemen . Al ly's l.ige tj'e e.e l.rget tnao ever, and liie h. an' I14I1I waa centered beneath their jeity fmiges; wh.Ie lier.tnouth, the lip t o I.M.grr ple, was wreathed with unutu.i .limes. Oh, mother 1 1 have savtJ.a life ? Is not G id kiud to 1st me do to graat a 'hii.gT" . Sir.ne that neither Ally nor hcr moth er thought ol ihe L st school that niln, beay as ihe dxapi o ntmetit wta! N. J, is n siiane? "Tny iboogh ol 11 in Abe uiornii g, however, ami th n dame Fiaher a roo't aad ihn Aily. . Sj you are to sew vout life itav." -he aid, dcspomlingty, my nwoj, pout A ly !" " No, rootber; God will Ukt'cart of me." . t li was not noon when the family ear usgeof the Buraells again artpsaied. si iba dvor ef C F-bera nianalU euft. M-e. Cr-!' ! It star It, Ay. a: w L get y. il rka-.l; t'.ete licit f (;! kse ao svkc'4 h fl.tee. Sirs. Berat'J catae ta cfirr AHy, aa kr t,bs4 b4 KiMsiiad it lis Sist Itt!y csatia of f nuuc't, t lead 4 leave. Yaw stall sksra w'nk fjitla Mareie ia etrry tLieg. sUe 4; Y sk.Q even . divide our lof ; aaare. yea am eddtr, sad kall b coBftderrsi ia etrthwg He eldtr dshtrr Cooitaad ltc oiui as, !tarj f c a aovLJ tvavt lad ao clital M (-r . - .- AY j locked at bar asather, wTaeso ilii fact i ow flve4 wtih -grat.fied atia glarcrd Silts brtkea oalla iftLesvistla ale bonis sit called bomt tarsed frca Hit liii!e faall-aiarted Cgcre to srt.rr; and then, approarfarfif the ldy, ss-d U a low fires to. Ya art sy kind, aid I wil pry Gvd la tiers yes fvlit but I matt oot g away froav hirM . - Mi:a not!' Must not. All !" tteltisjf d tie sot I Med, disaepoiatrd saMhcr. Ally's voice ber.me ebikrrf, Ttii is very por place I ntvet knew buw por i.t. bl I or nt into toaie of the g s'd bouses btt I have alwsys lived ia it." Del the tewing and thai ttiriblt fs n a jour tide, oy dear!' i&iiuapud the in.tnn. "It will bt better toon, I tbiik; and, niybe, I shall not bars tn tew so nucb no fr Mary is growing bigjei," - But, Ally " - M. ther, don't drive aie away from boaie." I ft will give you a Lorna.' pleae! the laly, "the Louse jcu saw yes t d-y. Tbeie yen shall l ae sveiy ihing joi e wiahth'tuts mien u-ore beaunful th.a V .... .Ii:. joo hae ever seta in your Me fcd lit lU Marcia ahoe I fa you sited UI love INowlyua and so aill oa all. I JVn who will love my pmr, poor moll-til" and AUy bo rat into tear. I . . . . At UlS eomrr.enCSa.enl CI tfe COniertret f 'I . f uCtit c n a eornrr 01 U.e ro-m sua a i . w red, bioaitd (are lo -led cut rn th gv.tp with vgua wonder. Soon an exrrra of inte. licence began to lubtun p the s heavy ties. nd now tnd then a tf i f . imeilg Ike emoiion app.tied upon .i . n. .... -. . 1 tor Hi l. f0f . mnw . .tran eonvuLive wotk- ' jna al thm re.lurea . i .1 . 1.....1 I ill... TdVbVcS 7 " '"n ' " b ad-,eil ,,C4; It was i-, tlTi inl M hf ,jf oawe nt.t..i an., a rni aM ai.. m m awastri 'i ay a f aw aa 1 in ar.i-.-if- eil an wt r wa ever tit same. Ob, it was nothing; I couldn't let iht little girl diow 0 Ltii It wta iu ea-y to go iu'. .he water. It was nollun;i0 I do no! deserve that beau iful I otce. I sloulda't ba ef any use there either, tad here 1 am in deed.' But I till givt you fire t'tret lie money you could esrn by sewing," urg' l ihslidy,-' snd you ahalLbring it all I ere." Ally was Lt a u ouent itgaeied. So you mould bcto us more by going than by etayingt" added 'ha dfctne, quite firgeiful vf stll while loaoxious Lr her child's welfaie. . But, mother; who woukJ bold yeir head when it aches, and bathe your tem ples, and kits sway ihe pain, tnd thtntit .ml waich you while you sleep! And w hrn the trotb'.e comes who would try o make ill ght and hfl, toil lo f od all iba I appy things to weigh against, it t Aud it ho vyiiuM nt wiili y u at evening w t en j ou are a lonely t Whc, m'-'-ther, would read the Bible to j ou? for you i Id me lut yesterday tbat your eyes weie. fndirg: and who wenld woo dlo-e you, moiling OrK don't send me away? All those be.u tilut things would only make me tiny if you could not have them too; and so oa. mat 1 let n smy here in the old hou.e, for it is the ork pl.ee where 1 em be happy. God Quid not In ve me if I should leave you with all the children ot ace frn aud none 10 cou.fi.rt you when you ira sad." ,t ; .:. The la ly'i eyes were s.ffused with the. heart' dew as, wiih a oient.l blesio; 011 ihe young girl's luad J a silent d.iei-? u.inatiiia t ) rewanl her stlf-iien) ing spirit rich y.aiie turntd asy. ' Yu hae sacrificed yours. li" for ray fake, Al y," t ofcd ibe diue, loldi.ig i..r gentle child in her ainx; " Oh ! why did you do itf N'. mother; I am hapi ter bec ard he," Ally pointed to the bed mear.iugiy. 1 couldn't ineuiiun it b.-fvre fur Yes, darling, you are rght you al wais are; be would kill himself without you in a wtek, I know. But oh, it t a dreaiitul .bng my pQr, poor Ally!" Ally waa al her sawing aa e.li and quiet as if no.hitig unusual brd vccurrei!, hough theie was asirgularlinghtpulOQ her cheek: and the dame had busied her-, telf with preparing the cbildifi's upper, when Buy Fisher rrepi Loiu.ltie Odd acO, glded ball-tionidly to t'ie door. Don't o to-nibt,. father," w hispes ed Ally, lay i.ig her sl.ghi hand on bin tnd fixing her Urge ojoutulul eyea on his face inot fileadiiig y. Dju'i gil will help you 10 fix t' t chess men you wanted me to do 11 oiglu: or IwilUiero the pretty new band kerehief 1 bought for you ic-dy, and air j whatever uu like beM while I am doing it; or I will tad to you (ram toy beautiful ii s 3 V ' .