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UNION'. TUG CONSTITUTION A N li T II EHWS-TIIE GUARD II N S 0 F OUH LIBERTY.
" ii iunono i' ii r.T. of, vi:l)Ti i.irrVFilBis ia ry 19. is.t 1 . Vol. XXXll.. x. 1.17 1. Lid ' " ' My yoor rich soil, CvulKrnt, Hilar beUcr UWiaf fur OVrcr Und. EiTJcrfacal" with Cam Deep Plow. . lr.g aad Greta Osops. -T!it ground pii liirh ili' experi ,.t arm. male .was, a iveur ulikejand lrrpandtas new al.k as onild be. 'it runt wa planted ihe 4ib f May, ll by i l"- That which was plowed, was iiiirxl ih w ideal way Only. ; FourOW we r plow ed -sLsively with lit f indur, from right l im inches deep,". ,Io isS rrpe t four ows, at soluble interval. Tuff llPSl timr- rows were, cultivated ' lirely with th lo. Th balance was plowed a iswrnal here first, .throwing the earth frnui. and thru ,lu iha corn, ami phi in four . 1 All Wai kept clean throughout, ill teat-on, ! f lit lht i-ullUau-d .a usual,, when gabbed wrigled 42 p.MJiid. I he next tn, hfd com. -wfishtfl 43i pound. . I he t' ' I oihr row l lued roril wriglird immnJ...Tw r .w of eoilu-red rorn. aula lr i l wiihthe roeceding, and 1m ing ihe li it ii mt'ter of JiHU and eitaof '. -;..i.-.l 'Ih. 1. .1 , corn wa neark "pro-tr-ted iwiea, by wind j and rain. I had ta art np the greuer part of it, jnat before and jn.t af.er it M-! ' i . i . -i.t i i ..,.. (r 1 1. ...i: 1 rieu. lie tminnrw ruin iifih iium-i lvh,lfo.n.Uel, a the hoed. TI reai i,ie euflered eompmiirely lull. . Th are the facu. , Ueduciion are f.ir you and your ieaJer. The qa.niiy mml on lite vroiiut! udii'I it of m conqu itr. I rnii.I.iPt-tl v at'i, tu t oilier eincr.menw!g. and m bnnher KL with corn, bat do not deem then of ufS. J ,i..u itiern to burden voiir columns, nor . bore your readcre wi ll them. These lit-i il i!iin!r urj iii!eeiiin to me. however.' and I alwaya ha e ajme auch under head-, . , , , ... v I t book f-imed that famous bo torn ! mn.,v id vmi aiu.tif. anil maiia a lair eroii! . . a a . r - . of corn. !( year, it took ixy of the lrp.i can In kbell a himhel i thi Veir. forty eiijht du it. This, book-ranningl 1 liking for the youngem daughter, itukeinio the auhje.1 of great ridicule and , eH become him to have it, for a merritnent , For, inatane. , y advised . "eaiur ner drew the breailt of ua. laet aprin .tn plow deep and ptthcr- but mhile her father pacd for a iewell. I. lid mi, but waa, laughed at ttrong (rich) fHrmer, he wa nmeroua. thenfor. Yortadiedilie.wiiigofforn.l'ke abooi a.king her to ahare hia hide brn.dcaM. 1 mixrtl onieiliing like four l""5 however, w hen he fouud how ... . . ..:..r. ' millers! awifiil. h ilin'l l.iim mnrli It mm In aorea. iniautrcwa grcac iiian.nvie.i- b .ring liap!ir.4-'iti into coiiMtlMon. and cc.iiiuiion were rift, and bn.Mero.. ftto i I o,a ....ail ... i .... hnotirJ thiil I ahull gi'e them an npnortunitr to! l m" ,ik,i a ktnie when 1 M'lii ih ynr outright another year, j'nk how many tunea l Iretied her with a.lf ril Th o-ianiitv. of fodder phi. uced waa ! J !' insukrabk d its niiarw . f T.mothv seed ner acre. I did; . I did - iai. it i i ii Ad if i iitv do latm i al tha'. il IS , - .'j -a , . . . b, -. j mighty green." Fe.uing thai someofour rciderV may not iiitdcrstaiui lh full mean- of the word ga-cn" as here used by our thy OU 1 P h " .. .....: ln.r in .rr..i. r..-w I n-insiZPil II1V :-.! ..tt ..... . ' . . f ' clover m.isticaior dep ived iiieinsetves .' ..I ....... I ..1. I la. .....I.I. ... viral ....lull. Hi... iiirrf.iin. . .. .... ana Of all the .. it.... ... i .1 t. ui rni I'll''""', IIJO w iir.u uu iiiji i v . land iheirreci st : and mliei ton green land ih reeii st ; and r.ithei ton green lohugha.: The laud having' h.-en put ! in order hv ph. win . harrowing and cru-di- i ioMhc wheat wad.v.ved in. aboul tlir-ej nl.vvfilni ibout i tn e It III urn llliluiMit utiii inches ihe firsl ..f Scp:e.nher. and 1 liar ." . .. . rowed it the firl of October. It looks Very. well. II. 11. Ojlcsbw crowns and the sale, or even loan, of a manuscript, was constdereu ot such Importance 'as to be.solemnly; register ed. Manuscripts were an important article nf c rnnsrce. ahd were preji'trv- - . . duct. o-ninA.I a ni'w f:.-t'ine by DawSm , .. , the m in:i ie.rint of .i h;d V of laws t ani A (TPtm-it triin rU it' are. rebJiit his hnusa wrfr. V "a.ui arvm" a yiUlUvJ JI VlVCIUe." 'T enrumm'T of corn. ... lou apprise lint ii ii.r..lu he w,U t. sow rve for ca.lv s g o clias.iae K.charJ and myseil ..rur b, H jaM tht u9 penny of money was gazing, soilin-r, Itr, next spring, and "l provoking daitig. especuUy the day llutl,,,, peilU ,he rce f flur wa ralsfd; t.ave dni mi. h ia loo great lo laugh we -ooi. u.m a uuzra rgita h i;, -muc, ....j a!,a l(, nne m,i:fr!- wur9e, ine larmermy at no. Yu iiisiru -tt-d us to ue l. Kel hatching hen, to play Blind roin with hlm worked for, al a por eightpence a irreminiiilnii! we ex n 1 :i 1 : 1 . inai i;iu 1 1 im-1 - - - o i . , un, ns r o u m , ... a.- .. ..... iiicspuiiui III, VAJU.II.I, ma... ;....if I....L. l,....L-l . ' - r- i 1 ; . i I ..... I......! I,.r c.v n nai,l n. I in rhihl w r and rve sowed by hi'ti, agreeably to Miuiiucn-ionuwen wu.u desolate look in lit lce wpen. lie .sai oyi i rmj'' ftt-v" ' "" . riliireiions. have already covered il,c . al ner. one utu wonucrs, wo, iwii ...o ,B at,jlt,$ f uie ,mr fire that had just'lo .itss Alice, in a cnotving voice, jqn.ei, :ic mm. ii u-. - ud with a thick "ftm hcih.ge. and give " aJ t "' were D"m baked a yellow meal cake for hi supper, j Keep aaiiy nero always our poor oooe, ana wa. i our ..i. -.oj-g - romUe of uncommonly large ctops of nd neglected enougn wnen sne nrs came, Mv mftlh wa, al the pppOS,,e s.de. gtv- darling was luuna ot nerr . ro.i iimi ner mmucr av uii 1 riin Eo. I over them; for 1 wa too young and fuH in ;u m4 a drink of sour milk outor And a I closed ihe door. I heard her home from market, waiting for her that :.. .'. ."J. i... ish. and mv father to.i busy wiih his out- t., i:u .,,!. .,;; a,l ih child ive one deco sob. The next lime 1 saw could never rome again. When ihe sun in pi mv nr. i:iiifi. nit ii'iiit;itiTj iuhi . ---- - OoonvUl, Mo, Dee. 1S50 a.ura lhillg ,hPy ail, w take away ihe C0(,jt sure tlly i(l him we must sing a low, wailing keen for the falt er ol BVl inssT"m T'm P-.vi ' Pl froin ihe ducks, that they were used pu, ouf ,rust. fr j ti,e w ide world I can the little one. whose innocent tears we;e ???. ilJlnSnfS n .5 nrlSlnTin Fu j M ' f0 na' But m m,lh" 6 vanou hefort us." always ready ,.to fall when she saw her a W a,'d !? 10 "d-.''""." replied my moth- mother cry. , , " ralTenturi always o ready to do a kind turn for any Jus, lhcn Richard came in" with a fer from some of the hucksters, in ihe w,. SSi nK ,lH-V hiul more joyful face ihan I had seen on him neigborhood. who knew her honesty, to aonoT XnXerS".S dtr " fie EnS ft mlny a day. ',go three times a week u . lh. nex, market Z lmlll Sia for the d " God r,U he. "Good news, ;tow,len miles off. with die.r lute m- S f hi? Sfl. Then, fof V manutefbt, Wertofour honie .here was a straggling father; there's work forus uo.h on Droum- ney, and bring them oacksupphes .of sine woSLl give aAestate, or leaved stony piece of ground, where, within ,he ear., road! The government nawn for its loan hundreds of golden memory of man, nothing ever ew but to beg.n there lo-morrow-j ou II get eight she used to do. wa king lit e l mi e ItZ3 1.2,71 t or thk uiu rii:H. Tin was 1 fWiftl i.Ure where I a!. i'! h . IT , ' ""IT " " ",rU,-d fhia i.y tl 9i.lt l k ti.uiain airnra. where the eoun'ry o lonely, tha. in u ranter ttu. the il l Aurlt BM-d to hrina thru yRf one u ffd im ll bog iihia a liuiutird yard nftitsrdoon and ourmd i Hhpj ef th bank to" ra'ut'a piteher fbU of ter, ii!tiut Ififiteiiiitg a hnut f beauiifui frled trout. Well. ti not l-M'J aj Ki'ue Biy bmiher Rirbatd (that now tin n a fin tlrter aiaa, CoJ Met hiRi !) and wiyelf, utrsl to i IT together up the iii'iituin. t. pi. k lunrhrt f the etittou plant and the bf niriU. and to look for bird pnd ild beei oral. I'fia Ioh aj and though I'm happy and mt off iioir, liin in the big Itoue a own maid to the young laJira. who, on account f my brin; ftrr-ilrr to poor darlin; niletu that died of dcrhtie, tral in more like their ual than their aenrani, and give ne th uieaiu to inprma my elf; till at limea, epcia'lv when J a met Sa eenr.a decent boy wf Uie neighbor', and invi-!f. are taking a walk togrtht-r thiough the fieldt in the cool and quiet of a fu.nner a- evening, I ran t help Uuuk ing of the timra that are pasard. and talking about them ta Jmuea wiUi a aort of peace. lul eauneat, moro happy, may b, Jlun if we were laughMtg aloud. - hvery evt-itiiig, before l aay prayers, 1 I l . .1 , -i .i . tr. tI viw ... ,... i.- f J.ro a,K ngw y dropping fur ever o lung over one rerae And God ahatl wipe away all Irara from meir evea.. ana mere aiian ue no inre . l;er rw. not crying, neither h 1 J1'" b ""T r'u ih.agt arc pawed away. Hie worua make ine th.uk l ihein that are fone of - JJ fh, wJ hta wife, lhai waa a tme. f,,,,d n!",,,er a u,r wd lbov.e SI f '" j vVw.. .UU"J i " on, ' t wa" p " ,r t ears ol -hard about two year ohler, whrn ml r father brought " hi iecond wife, y waa ihe daugh- of a farmei upi.tU iijawn, and wai reared with care and tem-y; but her f&t held hi i tmivl at a rack-rent, and tho middteman thai waa between him and the htwd landlord did not pay hi own, a in. rati., m aa m ainnian ai.,1 in. m w nnt, i'i-v " ivi ; ....... Iec-teJ ery penny he had, and eet off -. hiilig out that die was willing to be hia J mother to hn boy and girl. l Mil ne wa. a naiieni, lorma one. tin: . . M'mm "u my -.. - '' 'H 'e belore 1 d call her" moth liltcii, when mjf father would oe go litem, he d mi ' Tim ekagh, d mem,, sne u imenere , ior u, ..u a . i.-i. , --..a-... " ... ... only arch they are; ihey 11 get more aene in time."- - ( An l then, after ha wa gone out. she d u!u and mv lather to.i uusy wiut ni out- a a 1.1 .SB . . 1- . 1 . A . I i .-,."-....- door worK. ana me oiu woman ui U.iit. ciri'i- tun feehie and too blind - I . I .L I . .M.aa .Lail a llnA.rll i . . . a 1 io Keep me piaua cuot-r vicm i but mv mother got tlie tlor raiseu, ana. uu i , , . . , fc'eecii p.ol in front drainid, and a par - ' P ,n""m "'. Jl l of ro.es and honeysuckle, planted "J- 1 h? "e.ghors w.vs used Q say. 'twas all pride and upneiiing ll- ' W .was u prwc unu v5 - . i i ii ' l the Kitciun uoor .-rp. v i l . .1.- ...... .w As ! itieh Iill4an P ",c " - ! middle 'of the table; blsides.vas an ttti - ni oinnii-.TiiT iiu'iu out oi mo noi iinu .....I., i. i .!.!.!... r ... M,,ln' v . . ueu.es. uocks, anu inuee. wn when Kichard and mvself came in Iro.n school, my mother told us t9 set about weeding it, and to brin i M.me baskets of good clay from the bank, of the rivet; ..b.'..,,, f,r .l.a..i .. .....It t....i. . .1 t....i. .. :..!.... .... ,,- ...." i. . .... 1 ... - ii J lv M. . infill uie iicai lllall kcv IO WH, i . ...i i... .i.:- 1. aiiu.t:yciiuiiiru ov una wo iu iu worn rii'iiy---i with rlMil good will, and did not leave off a hot potato ha f..r a poor man; hut st.ll till supper 'i it. .The next day we iliJi'iwas a great thing t' hive ihe prospect i!ie same; and bv degrees, wiicti we saw r ffl? ting enough of even that ame, and ., .'. I ihe h-p of vreJ and tlnne tttat w got 'riot to t filiig4 to fullow the reft ff the .out graving Lif. and the r.r.ind le- kiiig'rt.tjniry into a ptv r-bnu.. m Lk H m I taiaa r.l .ii..a.f. . .l ... I .....I a. .1. ....I ! aaa aa aa .t ..1 a . a 1. . . .f....a tfit .I'M a. & :l.t.Il i..s. . ibu.lt a hh. I.nle feu- inuNJ H trt'trep : 1.1,.. :. M ... i .L miher 4an'J rabhaje, pjrtnip ' anJ j iJngt ia a teniuL Tha nest mnit my ninna in ii; anl. i be uie. h p m a Ineifatlirr and Uidurd wet off btloie df crp out iTit. enough l nvA tif tuiny 1 break, fr they bad a long way to Sk t nice flipper of e9etah!ee atewed with pepper, a rtd a amall iaie nharon or a red lening. ISif tira ah fold a mrh in ihe market at bo(ihi a Sunday coat fr my fa ther, a gown for hrraelf. s fine pair -f hoe for Dick, atid aa prei:y a ahawl for myself at e'er "a colleen in the tojniry could hor at tnaaf. Throurh maa id my father i- dumry aad mother gooltwe:t eooked; and but ore of the poor management, w were, with th b.etking or God, a anng and remforiable a poor family as any in .Muiifter. We paid but a amall rent, and we always had pltuiy ofpouioea to rat, gooJ clothe to wear and cleanliness and decency in and about our little cabin. Ft t ear uased o in thi way, and at last tilde Mary wat bdrn. he was a deliea'e fiery thiig, with that look.: even frm the first, in hei blue eyes, t hu h is fel.lom seen, esrept wher th shadow of th grave darkens, f he cradle. She was fond of her father, of Richard and myself, ami would Uugh and cmw when she saw u; but the love in th core of her heart was fur her mother. No matter . how tired, or sleepy, or cross the baby might be, one word I mm her would set the bright eye dam'ing. and the H lie toy mouih smiling, and ihe tiny limbs quivering, as if walking or, running eould'nt content her. but she iuui fly to her mother's arms. And Im iliat mother cottu on the very giounj she imd! I olten thought ihe Queen in her sute carriage, with her son. I.imJ bless turn ! a:oni?iue r.i Iter, dressed out in gdd and jewel, was not nebtt hsppierihanmvinnilie, when she sat undei lite khade of the mountain ah. near the door, in the bush of the summer's etening. sieging and eronauning her only one to tleep in her arm. In the month of October, 1845, Mary was four years old. That was the bittt-r lime, when first the food of the earth was turned to poison; when the gardens that used to be so bright and sweet, covered with th purp'e and white potatoe bios, soms, became in one n'ghl b!a k and of fensive, aa if fire, had come down from Heaven to burn them up. Twaa a heart break ing thing I see the laboring men. the poor rraihers ' that had only the one half acre to Teed their little lamil.es, going out, after work, in ihe evenings, 1 1 dig their suppers from under the black stalks. Spadeful after spadeful would be turned up, and a long piece of a ridge dug through, before they'd get a small dish full of sttrh withered crohauneens (small potatoes) as a. .1.1 k l..'..fta ..Sllliataa.! j ill Uiiirv latis huuiu u, timtutj ivuim.. hi lor th pigs. It was some time before the di'trcss reached us, for there wss a trifle of money in the saving's bank that held us in meal, while ihe neighbors were next door. to starvation. As long as my father and mother had it, they hared it freely with them that were worseolTth.in themselves; uay wa9 rorcertl to send bun and three a a . " mm9 aDort.r9 4way rouliin t at- rorj to p9J. tlCm fven that any longer, i Oh ! twa-i a sorrowful night when. my fa,j,er brotighi home ihe news, I remem- i ,,u w.,n,!. niinvin. ami ihe end . . . UIU III 1IC 11, Ul-HE uciitdir, anj , d'i,i like it. he mo de icatr. ana a vvavs ' .. ...1 . . :m .1.. .;.t . uscu iu t-ci u u . . . . .. . aiumy, on t you give me some 01 t- ..en.,. nXUAl" .i,. ne milk instead oft hal!" . . . .. ( hine., lt cshorf$ n0t ca't it, I haven t m cst.'iort, nor can i gei it, said her mother. ..ao .loi.'i ye fret." Nol WOfl, , olII wf ,he J.uU one momh, only she turned her little eheel momh onw- $M jurnea ner ume cnern . " . ' a , lownnIs hef ,0her, and statu quite .mem 10 wuo..w. k- m,-..m . i . .. 1. 1. s ... Ili, iha L'Minrt Hlisn Rila fifll tlfl Wfl DC'OrC quiet, as it sno was iiearKcuunj iu ...... ;,, n,i j jlutv .;j mv failher. "God is a . a aa.a " a .. . imiina i iv uni up sit nnre. j, - "y , . II you saw our rtenght witen we nesru; oacK-ior """. - this, you'd ihink 'twas the free present f kej us alive. I was 'r. '? ''', a thousand pounds lhatean.e tons, filling ; Kichard could get a stroke through th roof, instead of an offer ol.tho boy was m strong htmself, ' a....a.II .o irtPe r.ir hard work. uc t' '"r " . i.. ....u, ,...! ,..,1., itpfir. anil i rv. and IHU IC'i"" ...v... -, - 1 ... .. :ii.j.,.i n, nninr alwmt ii that i , .t i rem t. t5U-ouctlr ... their &, but mm L i . . 1Mr li Drouniearr. and i!.ey Uuld be ilere in time to begin wink. They took an Inilinn i)ieI c-la iih them to eat (ot heir dinner, lite poor ilrid froil it Wat, wish i nly a draught of eold water to wa-h it down. Siiil oiy ( i:her, wlio waa know ledeable 8hoit alrh thiag. a!wa)a atid it W4 Biighty U!eoiu when it wai penl lok a great ohjeclioo agml it on arrooal of ih yellow . lor, wb'ush lliey ihought rame ffum baif siilphnr latird with it- and they said indeed it was put ling great affront on the decent Irish to mix thrir food as if 'twas for mangy dog. Glad enough. p'Or crathura, they wer to get it afisrwatsi. when seaweed and neules, and. the ery4'gra by uie roadit'. was all that many of them had to put into their mouths. .;-? . When inv father and broinrs eatue home in ihe eteoing, faint and tired from ihe two long waus and th day s work, mv mother would always Iry to hae smneihiiig for them to eat with their p. r- ridce a bit of butter, a botsl ol trncK milk, or maybe a few egg?.. She always gave me plruty, a far as it wo'. ld go; out 'twas lif l the took herseir. She would often eo enltrtlv without a meaL and then she'd slip down to the huckster s. and buy a Hula white bun for Mary; an l lrn sure it ued to do her more good to see me chi'l rat it. than if she had got a mei dinner for herself. No matter how hun gry the poor little tiling might be, she'd always break off, a, Mt la. put mm ner moi."eia moutli. and ahe would not be satisfied uutil she saw her swallow ii; .1 .1 11.1 ......I.I ...Laa - alrt.itl lf fllf.l iiiea iu riiuo -wum 3 water cut of her Itti tin porringer, as contented as if was new nmk. As the winter advanced the weather be came wet and bitterly cold, and the poor men working on the mads began to suffui dreadfully from being ill day in wet ciothes, and, what wa worse, not having any chanea to-put on when they went home at night, wiihotii a dry thread about them. Fever soon got among them, and! " - a my father took it. , My mother. urouj.ni; the doctor to see htm, and, selling ourue . w . . ' m , . i en t clothes, she goi for hiirt whatever was ni inf. tint all in no use: 'twas the will of the Lord lo take hpn tohimselr.and h died after a few days' illneF. . . . It would be hard t. tell ihe sotrow that his widow and orphan felt, when tfcy saw the fresh sods planted on his grave, It wat nut grief altogether lik the grand statelvgrieforihe quality, although maybe, ihe sa'me sharp knife is slicking into ihe. came sore bosom inaid in both; but ihej outaide differa in rich ami noor. I saw the. MT ' mistress a week after Miss Ellen died. She was in her drawine-room . with .the blinds pulled down, sitting in a low chair, thrive without the mother s handover her, with her elbow on the ftnall work-table, 1 and ihe mother's heart for her to. lean and her checks resting ou her hand n-.t a" agist. And now ." ll was all she tr -tf . lis MS tu Kits uKiillt her hiit.'eniitd sav: she iust clasped ihe liiile eirri.1. ui alii antiie nimv ihe cambric "handkerchief, and ihe face, that was paler than the marble chimney' niCCe AV!,. .ha me' ffnr the boiler, be- ing busy, sent ms in with the luncheon irar. .ha rnvprpd her ere with her handlveahtef, and began lo'crv. bui quiet - . . i ! hor cli u-a Anitn Pflinnnieil: Olllv I Of llie .. I . . u tnio i lippk and the hlkck lire. VOtl i . , , I 1 . .... 1. .. .a ... .la... ill. htlllllll, Tonl (ll ; womu not anuw ms uu. ...... ...... a e iil: a lasi Kiss t.a I ever luucoru nci a eliiln .!.. ' , hps. , , . iJ V 111 Mt I 1IIIC liilliv.u ' I . l ar-i 1.1 a .la ...... l i 1 . V. iA Ironrt fhsk filn 111 ,e mm .- -a.M. ... ! .i i. '. t nn,, I u-ia env ..-,.. . ...v - ine nre wuu marv m nci used lo sob and rock herself to and fro, and I a... 1 II. . ...(. ,a...n ir 1 n lliciu wmi iishm , . ,. ,.. r .. . i,, ine aichiievi ion, iut ,"": .i ... I... .,..i,r 1 an notiesi penny. wiit it.-ci w v . - . - . - Niftcii wanted mv mother to let. me go in , , , . , . t, i,iv jher stead and bring back the Id. b .t she nevci would hear rd it, and kept me at '.home to mini m house and lttu i. ' i .'. . . a. ......... . .r.Ti.ri .'villi, ii vaiifriifrxwaiw. 1y por ret IxlUI las la.! rs'nd.fig ke wanted... . ., , Sh stocM f afer lrakfl end sit at ill dMr. and bp ihef all dy. ft.ig foi ruotlr.aud iter I redii'g tL weigh bora if ddrra that Bed W cui wanting lo r to day. Tktoaeh ilielite-bmj beurs the would never fi, but just kcp her eye fixed n ih Lmrsom bortcm, (Hy ad;) and hta the sloulow of th ttioun lain at-h grew rg. and th caught a glir pi oi ,er mother ever so far tT, com ing towards bum, the jy that would Sufelt on the patirut fue a brighter thaa the suiibeiiio en the liver. Faint auJ aeary aa the poor woman used to be, be fore ever ah aat down she'd hare alary nssUiog iu Ler bi.su ta.' No ma tier how littl she ini-'ht Lave eatra lemlf that day, she wonld always brirg home a lit de while bun U Mai: and the child, that had tated nothing since morning, would ly what we should haie anticipated, be eal ao happily, and then fall asleep quiet-1 cause it is exactly what the case rerjeir ly in her mother's arms. , ' led. First, Matthew, writing chiefly At the end of some months I got tin j for the Jews, gives the formal legal si':kne tnvielf. but nut ao heavily as'genealegy- fchowin the line of descent Richard did before. Any way. he 'and Jof Josenll, the Ifgal cr apparent father my' mother tended ta well through it. j of our Lord. Our Lord wa to be show n They , so' d slm every !i:tl slick of fur- j to be legally entitled to the throne of ii i to re that was left, to buy me drink and his father l)aid." And this, aa tha medicine. By degrees 1 recovered, tnd name td lit mother could not appear the first evening 1 was abt to ait up, Lin the genealogies, must be done by noticed a stiange, wild brihtrcs in my ) jroin the descent of Joseph', the hu moiher's eyes, and a hoi flush on her thin j band of his mother. Some years after, cheeks ahe had taken the lerer. j Luke, writing ondcr fct. raul'a uuec- Befure she lay down on the ip of , tion, and writing for the Gentiles, cives straw that served hr for a bed. she J another genealogy, showing our Lord brought little Mary over to me. -Tak jtobe actually descended, by nis mother, her, Sally," she aaid and bei ten every ' from David and from Abraham. Both word she gave the child a kiss-M take 'of these documents were clearly necea her; she's safer with you ihan she'd Ujsary.""' Without the first, the Jews with me, for yuV over the sicknefs, and would have held the Messiahship to be 'lisn't long any I'll be with yotV my unproved; without the secoud, the Gen iftwel."he she said, as she gave the lit-.tiles would have regarded the fulfilment lie creature one long, close r tig, and pui her into my arms. '!-.... ! l ,L nun In Ivll nil ultnill niT I sickne -ho w K'chard and I, as g.md right we had. tended her night and day, and how, when every (arthtng and fai thing's worm w nan in ma world was grme, me mistress herself came down from ihi big house, the vefy dy aflei lb family te - .. . .. 1 turned home from France, and brought win, food, ' msdicin, linen, and every thing we could want. ' Shortly after th kind lady was gone. my mother took the change for death; hei I . I 1 sense csme oara. sne grew quite siroi.g hkc; aim sai up airam m uc wu. Bring m the child, Sally, uleagk"' she said.. And when I earned little Mary j to her she looked into ihe tiny face, as if: ' . 1 h was reading 11 like a noon. , " b lot sway from me, my own one," she said, while iierte.rs fell down upon the child like summer rain. . . , . Mother." said 1. a well as I co u d speak for crying. sure you know 1 lido my beat to lend her." ,- I know you will, acushia; you were al way a true and dutiful daughter. 10 me, i and lo him thai gone; but, Sally, there's 'that in my wenny one that wont let her;j8jand. The iiihabitanl flocked lo the child lo her bosom, fell hack on my arin, and in a few moments all was over. At I fir.., n.t.ar.l unA I Anlil.-! ,.,al Kaliitra ill a I lllil. Ill.llfliu .uu . aum ..... a.. . she was deadiand it was very long be fre ihe orphan would loose her hold of the snilening ftngers; Dill wnen me neign , bnrs came in to prepare for the uake, we '. . . I ... t) .. t m 1. ...... .. coiiinveu io uturr hit wj wa near setting, her gaze tiied 10 bo more fixed and eager, but when darkness came on, her blue eye uo to drop lik the flower that shut up their leaves, and she would come in quiet without wing a word, mid allow me to undress hrr and nut her to bed. ... . . it It troubled us ami the young tames greatly that she would not eal. It was almost imposible to gel her, to taste a mor sel; indeed, the only thing she would let in3.de her lips was a bit of a little white bun, like those her poor mother ued to bring her. There was nothing left untried to please her. I carried her up lo the big house, thinking ihe change might do her good, and ihe ladies petted her, and talked lo her, and gave her heaps of toys and cakes, and pretty frocks and coats; bulshe hardly noticed them, and was restless and 'uneasy until she got back to her own low, sunny doorstep. ... Ever day she grew paler and thinner, and her blight eyes had a sad, fond look in ihem, so like her mother's. One even-inn- she sat at the door later than usual. Come in. alanuah." I said 10 her. Won't you come in for your own Sally! She never stirred." 1 I went over to her; she was quite still, with her; little hands crossed on her lap, and her head drooping on her chest. 1 touched her she wa cold. I gave a loud scream, and Riclnril came running; he stopped and locked am burst out crymg like an infant.' Our little sister was dead ! Wei', my ifarr. ih "irow was ter. Lul it sBiri. YomV f ore lionj to Him that eon forts a a no iher rwit fortesh, Jlgra methrtt, your eyes at it blue, tnd jour hair is golJen, and your vrir as sweet, as they were when you watrhed by " the ratin door; but your i In els are i-ot le. acvtf.!a, nor your lis i!e tu.ids Ihifl, and it sluJe id sornw has ptvcd iay from yrtr frhcad 14 a rfin rloud from the summer sky. She that lfl'ed yiti to on earth, has clasped y'ott forever mi tin torin in Iieivenj and find Limrclf has imd sit a'l trars froin Jyourcyr. and ( laced jou both, and i tr own thar father, leyiud the tuurh cf sor row or th fear of I'eath. Vldir.t. Iva Cfafclcflfi cf tsr Icri Two Kiangelists rite tia to diGirent Rece aloiries of our Lord. Well, that is exact- tu propnecy in ins person to nave ucci at least doubtful. Tha EcatkcL . During one td Napoleon's remarkable a-famiii-tii. ft ilrl!ir!iniil n( 9 lanrnaU. ra,in. . "fc a. a- . . . ... m. a., w aa-. a... a v aa . mmtk$ by ),mit,, occupied the Isle of , K w hlc, hey wrumiJ ,0 f vt. i i w They embarked wiUi such ore- cipilatton that they forgot one of their rentiutl-i, who was piu-tcd iu a retired pot, so deeply absorbed in the perusal of a newspaper, containing an account of one of tlu- emperor's splendid victories, as to be totally unconscious of their depar ture. Auci pacing tn and fro for many hours upon hi post, ho hot patience, and re turned to the guard-room, which he found empty. , On inquiry, he learned with des pair what had happened, and cried, "Alas; ulas ; I shall be looked upon as a desert er, dishonored, loi, unliMppy wretch that I : am.', His ImnenMiions excited the coinpasoion of a woithv tradorinan, who took him lo his houe, did all in his power to t onole him, taught him to make bread, for he was a baker, and, after some mouths, give him his only daughtrr. Jus- line, in man tag, to years alter wirus, a slrange sail was seen to annro tch the biach, and soon discovered in ihe ad vancing ship a number of soldiers, wear ing the uniform ol the French army. ''I am done for now my bread is baked," cried the dismayed husband of Justin. Ail idea, however, (suddenly occurred to him and re vi ed his courage. He ran to the house, slipped into his uniformand, seizing his fire lock, returned to the beach, and posted himself on sentry, at the mo in en t the French were lauding. M Who goes there I" he 'homed in a voice like tliuiiiler. Who goes there, yourself V replied one in a boat. Who are you V A "sentinel." How long have you been on guard ?'' " Five years," rejoin ed our mm. Davoust laughed at the quaint reply, and gave a discharge, in due form, to the involuntary deserter. ' A DasIIingAnecdolo. Two Spanish officers recently met lo fight a duel outsr'e Ihe gates of Iliiboa, after lh seconds had ; failed lo reconcile the belligerents, " We wifh to fight lo fight to death," they re plied to the representations of their com panions. At this moment, a poor fellow, like the ghost of Romeo's apothecary, ap proached the seconds, and, in a lamenta ble voice, said : Gentlemen,! am a poor artisan, with a large lamily, and it you would" " My' good man, doa'l trouble us now," cried one of the ofiieers, don't you see my friends are going to split each other! We are not in a charitable mraor." " Ii is not alms I ask for," said ihe man ; 1 am a poor carpenter, wuh eiht childre u nid my wife is sick ; and having heard ihal those gentlemen were about to kill each other, 1 throught of ask ing you lo let me make the coffins.' " - At these words the individual ahoul to commence ihe combat burst into a loud fil ol laughter, and simultaneously throw ing down their swor-'s, shook hands watt each other, and walked away. Th9 Rlchesl Haa lu Virglnli. The editor of the Lynchburg Virginian says theie is a gentleman residing in Pittvlva ni i county, who'owus 1500 or 2000 siaves, and plantations almost without uumbsr. .The increase of his slaves enables him , annually tu sesll a large plantation. e "a