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',;t ..tt..ris x!r:io-! f thrto liV !iiu f.ir A.K't'VtisfliJicnl. ; Jolv iir;l,'-rf a'A 1"r in aav.v.cf- ! elor (it is I lovccllildrcn.:done with iL I..F.YIATIUN-j I used to tliink wlieii 1 wsis a b;icli- tIl:lt lu1,a(1 ot seei i good tnany yesirs jigo newed search for: it nswered at ouce j it. After are-! -Xot n vord,sir; no to led! "I only want o say,f ither, that" i bereaved i 1 1 ii erein.i)ior sianiD atiu nil- i I charged him.pCrative wvbf;hU hand toward Hie iif0 Snow) that fhere was something ratli-in tho !aC8 of i-cla ration,; with j.jloor and;a frn up'on his Lroiv, did j M1 jerlpresumipg in which dealing fath-H5av,n8;take,, or lost it- lie i,e ftther,without other sneecliigaiii ! V- lH tn .tver:tM-in,,r:Vsi i:is-.trttj'i av- or f-r tit- iirst uis-rU ' 'itis for fi ll .:'.!!t;iiu:tnet). j with whom :ier, niusuniiing in wnjcn uoaunr lain-! ,,,,,",e-""''" "'""i" Ul - jm aac : tiie iatner,wiuiout other si .,.- ers and mothers would l,rinr tlipJr t looked me earnestly i.in the ftce, and -Mntn. th ini,r-f ovulanHfiim r,r .-v- i-ind for th . . -.!.." - ,i - ?t ... ... - LM. i 1 i 'm . I . - m. -w wai lliv 111 llllil IU1 . - I post illation tr'; Piirsmi iiimi, ir. v.-iH lia 1 1 i" ........... ,l.,Ptfr:Uv if, .' rfi!- "II" HMU I'wrnrV I;HI:ii h for !,c-hr;1f, ; ;inJ: ehjcut a.avcitlrs is ' happ' by i VIT; ! I ! rave hoy!"' exelaiihed.i the ! (father, "and thU was ' t lie ' u which I o cruelly refusei And hot and hitter teari u his cheeks . : ! j i . tt stern father now learned i first, that what he treat id with unwonted severity its a fiult When his hoy had gone starless blft impulse of a generously tWrt ..r ;..l c t.: i !: "An il,h,t i-.iko iK C.f u.r' ' I . T S.. IIIU U 'llliU CUII1UI III 1 h i" ! ti Y ...... v.. v . . I nine . . . - I i !""' t ii . i i ; : . , : ' ' c 1 1 i- I . ' I ' ... . ..' n , , , ri;ty lellowsj. cause them to "mispeak half-i J men xook inm ;up m my lap, cn-nd sad to his hod, the lather saf rest-! nature, v.iich,j torgeinu ol sell, i;au i Uliereil words. ani to on hminrh jut,u u uu ine iiBiuuuiuesss oi ion-; esc -mi mm- v w n .!. imit.m' w .- iii;iA.uueu mu mi miuuiu. . I In; I'm Alone, all Aloue. alone, t1iiui;!i I rove : j ' 'liron-U t!ie oity'f tlirong'J .-treot There arc i or.c tliiit I ve, !. No kiV'I mUv J I ::iv.'t; :t-? thro' tl.f crov-'.l sill ur'irc-l i:::k!w n. ) thou nt cj'ir !":; alone, fill a! ,!it.-. iWltS i i little lessons in maimers lWtin ourntli; toh hipi that ! did ijg.reparedi and,'nt tea-tahk :ate; Lut the quick pr.imjiin of that ! ,: ;. , iDii. But both parents and not care-so much alxatt thcjpcii; antl.ut ; little. His wif saw the! real 'manly spirit, wjtich lie himself;h;id; ' I .HI h t,.nM!i .ml 1IWL In 1 H .-11 111 II, I lirt II I I I I Ii I 1 : III I I . 4 f -t II.-. . A I . ! . I I . I I I I V VI U II 11 I I I If I I TJI I'.KI - UUL UJ I ii I ( 1 I alllll " " " -"--- -m " I fill. : I i 1 I t. I I I i I i' STi IV I !- I " ..... n . ....- . U . !. T.llMr 55i:v - -T''"-. ; . 'cm dren wbre made so mitisrpnt v m suou uv .me manner in wmeii l -eansp. r.v t . t...-il pmp ,f. ,U ,aivas eimeavoreu to grait u on ms t t;:ri, Tr..ni ,il0 j,,,,.,.. aIili its mj.i iniii n iv- niniinii. niii't. niff rtini t ho roiii ii suevi 1 i.iwlu, .iu i.n. o, v uu- , thai I njjvcr could tiiink, reasoned with him, offered fnvta tlsv f' I Ti'. .:.-.! , n -it' Vi'HI'tV "a-iV,, h.utr ." ffn-f!iis!certi.i!i hf mv irrbverent comrKin-i Wartl for the confession T'hA .-io'-Ti as incluJin-l 'oris were ont to think, and to say u lio-ifioc: . be it understood (: Hhiit it!: v;is ":i bor-pj' Kn T m..nr of standing firm lri fr.V-Lv'i ioV.--.: -:'..ls',a'rl0,,!,r, 'thbuirh't or said thatrhnt T think and regard. The. .iJ'l-'r'rC 1 have said, that" UP into his eyes, )ro! j "is-ri.-.'i iif---i iii-..'i-i in v:iliiw.-:t-ire j'WaL :l liule had tasle, and about to "tell 'toe t . H c:i j'r- z 7; : no a llttld i,t''rt' I tjrrit ntou 05"lV',tilIl''!' ol ni'!-r3onai i..iuii-., ' . .... . 4 ' 1 rii B:ll'ir !' T 1' -t I e reward, I dear one to him), his lather s love toars had mlet and he .seemed te whole truth.' 1 re- 'emotion, and' interposed the remail III tLo luills of i'.Kr,xv, '"Mi.l f.lhi0!1's lM'llt tl. At tl.e CoiTcrt'or Pl.iv, iWhal is the Baars'p.? 1 , Evrry tine we hoar from P.i i, I about the fu st ihm (after the i.si ; auiiouncenicnt ot .revolution i ; j moh ) is, how .-:h: Irmds j re in the j'ioiiisc. '-II I.oiiis N -poIeon n;;tk( iicsjup iVitu'c, r (alls iiitn- the ch p 'ol :oati itnoiii , the first qurj'.ion i--, "n li.it s ihei lilect on I h- 15. ui' .'"' If the lourse 'is all rigl.Uhe' rcnnti y is cnnfiilfl't'd a M;le ?iti i!-a rot.-, (in:iption ( of poi i't i ;i;:d !e I thiukimv deaf, vou oiht at ! iiS Si0 .p,s? ,:a(i useit qn more l iheady manil'v hau oite occabio course. J don't think so now iti 1 i . i i viieii a lather r and how pen protruding from ii port folio, where much ; I myself a sheet o i;,i r:iU1thl!iorc a mother, sees fur the first time Vtt full had placed ,itJ manuscript compartments. All! t a mere trifle to you shall rememb fi st to have heard what: Henry had o say. Mv' heart inched for him when he '..11 yf i ! II.. " ,1 l I lnk i'S(.M sn: c (U-i'Tl ini4 1 ( 111 -l 1 I ! I V 1 I I f I I I 1 I'm ! IF lllkl I I 111' t - - ' ... v. - t - w ...w . v-' v n i iiviii r ,tu (i ,'V,r 7 ; ifter all, if i he thost ! sometimes do' ol tVt l'y pi-iit woo Let me closje : this j story, in i . f i l , i turned Li.w;. v." with his evo5; !Very words ot llhat latner, an. presumption iu such' a wl,en my eye caught the end of the jivrong, lid is n Tender heartled Jaf-; t!ihs' sketch: Pt i i-tir. ' ' "-- - ; , u" ;.. vnnvd ,...,1 vo, f.w.l tl,..f ,.n t.Mv.,!;,s :r;v.,;u in 'i'--'iv'-'f'-: . '! .. it;a ' uMslcvn )ki look to that new-born ICl . . ..'xi.v .r.ifL..f vU! In'MivoiitiimM n::t:ia.i -..i . ,,. ., ... tllllP. ' J ' . . ' ,.,,. ,.,;,.a,f UHt'iii'rence. .men, l saw win vou " , i ; e.p''iieneq a sensauon wnicn is not i 'uu x "i.-m, nun fof the e irth, earth v,"' but belongs 'ou a circumstance, w to the r'fiiihTnstioTiilc.-iiiti's" of ji hi.rhnr in the family of a fi in returning.! to one of the in iis may seem 'bv And perhaps it j in ectionate bt 1 1 i truis (if Xcws. ; i J wiih to gossip aj he Maine : conceriliing childreil. - anil hojier ' liftroit city has pr.s-ed Ievi p'V about li'.iO i:i;.jo(dy sjthere. grown nan now, my IV ere oncu A-!'"dng t" tin- ci-nsiis, -w--Uiu th ,t .O;!0;O()O p.oM'.dso! lubacco are rais-'. jjcJjjJ en tn ins coiiiiu i r' ' ; relate, in , . - M , On She ilu lson List w k. a train mj ol 'i-o iiiii' .s in 1 ii om-. l-jdii-s will iiut none ill ln.mnei lew Candle of gjo um ortvour '"itius i'Uu ; behaviour. NVhat a lie. liver 'Railroad, incidents u!e the I distance i to be ihot o narrate to dch happt iend and the cit ta And thb-ewithal the wite the eyes ; He always wa (jill that forgiving mother. Mercy, en as it sfoo!d in the eyes of he house) of the Interpreter, i it lui ?i lung recorded ov luinvan After tea it he evening pnpir vvasj s ago, toe Ins mend ltsd If to titer respondent of mine itk , little with you lesion, some ten yea ! You are a full lory of which will con friend yet vou the heart of every father and im a'bov; and I am quite ccr- who hjis any sympathy with, or s flee- ou Will ted interested in a uon it r uieir uuiuuimi. mai ii is nts which! 1 am going t0 entire y true you .nay be well assured illustration of my theme; I vas Convinced ol tins when 1 open ned cor-of nutes. forgive j silliness, lliere are but nir (d vour learn- vlour ail of 1 sons t oi than n Doi tim'js tlllUll vhieh I hor.ey.Va will ?udre :ed tin letter from L unfruitful iof monitory les- annouitced it, and in the detail t.i Children otihirger growth ".the event winch .was subsequent y - H I I r ere girls and bovs. furni i Ji i i" ;eii up; but tlure was no news audi thing of interest for that fJtherin . II dentlv ;i)d re As 1m ib journal ' iof tluit evenin lit lor Some time in an ev infill reverie, and then rose ired to his bed chamber. ssed t Ire bed-room where his littl'j boy slept, he thought he wou .' ... ... .. . .i i'i iiron htm ho ire retilioo- to rosr.i! lie. crept to' his low cot and bent over him. j A big tear-hail I stolen II. b. whiqh doin the hoy's cheek and rested up Sfood as "Kvervthing that ;ted i. . the let 1 i V"l;":i tlic C endh. And v t f. u j m ;de I. i t; I a 1 vvluit 4,lhe I.Miev i-; su o l. I. Pip. aloin, all .'- !i t re'o:c TlntthoSil.tatli isliro 0'. I Iir;ir;r wilh loektnud. :is when I them. (You may tliink but that ly an o r to me.) evening i d look11' r "i among 1 und ever' belonged to hini, remindd; mei ol my lost Lov. - Yesteihiy I f. some rude pencil sketc it was Ins deiiulit to hp j amusement ol ins voting To-day, in rummaging an J came across his boots s !! 'i toji, i.U. ted inc. And du wot. the b Slxib et f M!"" foil dot hi;; om I ! . , . ,.!-!- .1 l.iroi jlu Use lii' iuh ( I .pl ii, in Hit l, M i.i iix. -i :itl'i! klllisf1 M i.n , , - 7 . ,. I ..i. ..f tiii i-o ( 1 ; oUeriieliCd mini., nii'iiiii i ii'.n ibli-T t think that we parents some- i A f v weeks before he wrote, lie in moments of annoyance, had hi ried his eldest son, a line, nian- h I rtssure of i.busiuess or oth- ly littjie lellow, of some eighteen er cireuintituces, lortud that which vears b:t age, wlio had never, lie said, Was but innocent and reasonable, and known perfectly natiund to be asked for? finally iqueiitly l There are m .v m Laid. -18,000 white youths, utid. lei been o , . t .Mu; ngan --nihe I -i t oH'mk w in Apr I The; M:iii!e f.pior law voted upon by the people of '! i i ' ItU stated jthat. there : taiailiOS l'aptist eMiirc;:esj witjh : . iniiiitirs, OlMu-enLiates, a fed 80,0'JO ; ; , comiiii'JiicantsL Th i a a JOSI Ol tifents fre- no more tcr ;is ih.'Se of aire, : and hi is rii;ht. with a'u eiidemic fever. In . -r-;, J'fhey are sooner washed away, it is qiieuce of theriature of the disease, . i r nia about ' ; iteeu, c! ears v school. f aw fit T fie O StTiOO 1 he Stale now amounts to d Intelle ct. II. McNeil v. Iwp. od ediior of the SpriHgfi geneer, in his last paper, g "es no th.it. it has been discontini r'liint 'of his continued ill He hopes soon to find a who will carry it on. ild's I ton 7 4 n ui uw,wuu. roiiiruil ... II Clgli candiMates : lor i und i of H lie; but oh! how kcien is the present. i every precaution had been adopted ISlblllt Mita Think, therefore, 0, ye parents! against it. LBut of this one, the rry.si n iiik ol the acuteness oi a lathers eldest, he, saiu no had nine agonv d. on ac- ealth:- pure; he t.-iient-': .. n : d LtcsL li a iise of childish1 grief. tl country, ti , S ot iMayjt! ugh near-1 w portions : w ram since The drouth which has h: verelv f lt in this region i i hrouli most of t lie montii md ,1 tine, has extended thr vlhejeutiro smith. M any f Georgia have net had a he first of May. i Tlf largest plate ofglass(in Amcr- 0 Py i leet, w.s ProKcn i on ; fucsjlay, as the worKineii: v. t ie .sec-. t L 1 1 .. i 1 ',. .... I .,-., tini? it up a wiuoow in ii iH",i,i.io c I res la it rant, Ao'.v it Sjtu e men wjre bisod -upon i the innocent faith labor, and Ycr iJvs.E Wool Ciiop.-rWi It Cost liam Mil- re fi Wi a tele'T; m ruing bead, some months since in py , mood bl hie despatch to one of our the apartment hud said: i i i ioumals, from TJaltidore, if, "Henry has 1 ememher riirhtly, of a mothdr who is a perfect frig i . J... : I . A i . -it i i. 1 to loot with docK-muu wet as a drowned rat! trWmn l flint, he did not telL) hits '.'Where Ms lies' asked the lather . 1 . ,. . . .. . ...r , .... , slight rwitcn over ms .sicruiy. Icr ol bt. -Joseph couul.v.l juoiana. writcS to a friend that from fl2 sheep in n with a sngnr rwircn over P. .hdued llHi) pounds clear wash-: teUiple, aim Kiuea mm inbiaui y i' - - - - j , , , r..t ,.4. ...T ... ;,i tvhi.-h !,p so datloG cents mitre accinent, oi couie, luiaa,!. ireadtiji ner pound. c j Tht; National Division ofthe bons of Teinperance, at their late annual meeting, upon application,! granted to East" Tennessee a separate ( char ter for a Grand Division. Our Htato now has two Grand Divisions, onp of the Siate'f Tennessee an-Uhe other of Eadt Tc noes:-ce. ! '1 the ,cw At. Ihc ani.ivt rsarv Jerev! railruail company in June, tl.e ; 'rpiriable fact was stated I that out, of thirteen millions ol passengers car- ' ,icd over tlr.it road, the life uf no one.1 f cited in a c.rhnd been lost. :i so so- wJuch (oo ltiitiply phdiibit.ii to them becomes . ! i utows and :tears o liinjrton Irvinjj. '; on it; but he was sleeping calmly land sweetly.. The father deeply re-' 'gretted his harshness as lie gazed upon his son; he felt also the "sense, of duty;" vet in tho night, talking ! the matter over with the lad s mot! its, which ke for' ; the ! r brother: ; old closet, ill covered ie last wore it strange, i which. is usually so unsight-j -ject, is i now most precious1 And every morningiand 1 kiss tho' ground where s voiee rang the merriest is playmates. ! "All these things snoak to ni3;viv-' ' idly of his tictive: lite, but I caiinot tlumgh 1 have often tried I jCan-' 1 not recall: any other expression ofithe . 11 Vl'it?, :th mv ruv? m thy iirsvor he;il't lt".d'c" niith.m I mis-: thy ft tli shall e!nTeF,WO(i' v'1,lle 1 Iu itiv yluiiiH-rsTm Most 1V0W see that i l tor tny :mis ..'er, To kop v.ati ii. v, Li!..-1 re ' And tny jri:'oi!i-' ri-tor Tciuviuc :i,.,l fil.'.s! .tln l.ri.rlit visli'l was oi.l v -i !r.!in 1 :u a:o:m. ru :t:ai.i from i ton t?cs lotli .ur spi "ihjly liiei:.!, ,the Ihe-'e-', tioi loKouiiig de-ci '--th p; "lib 1 o u ii s p. n v e i trina 5 !;. ea io r,hen 1' i mi"; to s;;y i. 10 M WIK 1 osc t-vos that wcrt' s.il rUlit Ihivo i;ow a iliu,!t)i"'r ;h at vh.if. :ltf"-'c"l,i: in li.uht, vim: they L':iV(.' to I ; 1 1 1 ; - ,, .'... r..i'.... l..v 1 1 ' near (;oy s moiimfiil one with ii . .. ii. t ...i loan mat in which he tut ti;ot' iTn-" r Tho t e.iiu of t"...:;ii!.T l-.our.- ThMrlj-i.l all inyjoys. lovo. Ai;d tiiitcd nil my t'owi'i's. Tii os-j lorks wcri hrow.i tosv.', Tloit now :n; t".r:i..-.l .-o 'r'-'y Hut tl.e y-.-t.-s v,v: .- t'.s.-:it wi-li TluTsU.l.-th.-lr ieicawuy. Thy .!; i:o !.,:m..: h,;iv, lov.? Tli; u 'I.'.,"i :Lnv f r.iiu'i: Pi1.: I've s. 'on thu worhl look f;. AVli .!! sllvjiv I hv Jhc ni.o:i. icd, has soipci ihejlloursc. Y i i a t ; !l i.-i,! plainly, v. I. at our! exchange- ihe the iiioik V lorn (lwn I :ol i So Ji;t-nie Pill f Fh on! uhie be; ioe; l,kf S taue sti re! I'ouise is oi udliil' structures mi 1 1. " ami is siirrouu.w ;s!xy-six bor.idlti : A Wliou2.li coip.meiic ISiliS, it was not - ' . i IbZi), In account' intek ve iio lime. 0 is inscribed !'.' IOC II lit ' (.It tl'.e l!oui Se krorresponds h rathermg jn.-ioi 1 tho t it v, an i i it is" situu ( -0 . te oi me iiio.-t i:i t!: efeat h.polis. It is Jilt by lG le. i, v a ColiMi.11 a! in r.'.n;- i t .-iarr.h , i i iee: nun t i:ic m ile.'' ' 1 Tliat hi-ow v .is f.i:r io s.'.; 1. !-., ' ne'1 t:,o i.h.u ii...i ,..-.1 .lieih line bn the niglit I so harihly i;;,t f..r in. 4 u.rctht- :ii:v, i...vp, repulk'd Him. Then mv heart Weeds n.at ?;:t ai-ia.yi.row. I'll- 'ii. it ha 1 ol' or' 41 1 . I res i 1 le'r, he resolved aitd promised, instead! , how ca1 houhj we all be, . ithat li il.i.' lllnocc mil !l 1 hof' wliidi of r'lmiisliiiiee.t :is! lo li.nl tlirivitoned. ! Ifll4.tr ' lliii.'sr UULI4 vin.k rtuiv.i,.--. I ...j - ....- . I 111'..!. removed him hence to be here1; to1' make amends to the boy's ag- His de;tth occurred under ns until circuntanees which were peculiarly impossi- painfiijl to his parents. A younger j brother, a delicJite, sickly child fnjn '.youth," its bijth, the next in sigo to him, re as bit- had bden down for nearly, a fortnight CO use-' V looks HVdolo'fl Wio-rc ho'.o iinirj'l hofo ompliftcd i!!!t ! :i-isfi!ip!es oi er the ( n!i ;.i!i iih a in our daily contiuct towards .. . . ! i . - . . . bine beings sent us I y a kind The following plain statement ol'iu grieved-spirit in; the mousing, for1 nu , wuwstJ "! "!'. ,or very piatti case comes hom the m.-.nmr in which he had repelled' Ul,,s'-.l lb UiC V "1"? llM:"- ' UJ- to the lat -i.rmgje..pie oi our c - i , 1 .n,... 1, .,..! I 1 ........ i 1 !. . x 1 . . ,t ii 1 ir . ..11 .,.1...,..:.. r 1,, n.,.U rmu umci ieai; now.t-iuuou.s, mat u ct.ines roin i ho i aver 11 P liazet !: 1 1 ii l Aitn iiiiu 1 11 iiuruiiri - i - r- - , r ; I -1 . 1 exp 15ut that morning never the poor child in health. " . next inoruin'r with n raKma his brain, j and wild with In ibrty -eight hours he w: .shroud. He knew neither he roof's, composed ' eiilirtlv ot iron' and copper, anl : nesis hours at this m for tin' French cm j ' 0 ig floats v( r l! lov. ! : lions ol llip ie.ierim decorated b fiur. Cotiiniorcc, Abuiijhince. isic, aitd with paintings, oft;i ral td the liiii :; ol .finance. 1,. lilies win; forme; !c ; admit. nl to the U-.inse; ; but ;.. ir 'vas loiuid to encourage a passiiin ii: the gentle s"X lor gambling in they arie rod now al'otved- to t nti r (ja.t. jy J during ( h' urs of b(jvi:;rs. Total oiinti- :Cos! ol IheJMMsey.M'.J.OOt) lianc- ' : 'im . .. 1 ' . : 1 neie air Miiiiig limes nil!, in it-, Uiiiiiig f;t;-i- d of Mammon pre, ihti tiis!i :ia ddke. I'.r- are t?t aulili:;!v nihleuiatx.f '...til... 1 .. :. .: 1 . .... .. . .. . 1 .. . . '. I i .' .. 1 u :i 1 1 :m 1 1 1 1 . 1, , o 1 1 . 1 . ( 1 1 . .. t . . 1 . i 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : 11 1 1 1 isn : 1 ;i 1 ir 11 1 1 1 i ' i i t i icr .-r .in 1 . t . , 1 i .11 i - . , - 44 . . it.. 1.1 v, 1 1 ii1" it .,w,,kv. uonl or lo"'k :ve wtjstly grieve stream had run over falls, in a certain t"' !,!"1!S &"'l i"'-hc. ep, fa . . And how neighborhood si'ucO . the' cleat i lwiu Mnfm i tlin vnt viim 1 . f iirnilnn.o tinrfrnctol i'rw ' rrn ! twli ; Tl i V liK ninl Imr U'fitl fviV !. . . , . ' i . m I ; ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 - t 1 ! , the other members 0 the lann v r .called to ins Peuside, nor :i . - - inent afterward. Waiting: ;lbr one token of recognit lever on delirium. in the iis lather were first any mo- watching n, hour to fear, so rugged was he, and sol; after hour, in speechless aghhy f 1 1 ... 1 j.4i ji . ........ .it.. 1 wi.,. i;n 1 1..,-. ct saw . :tn enjer orotner, me nin.inj uwiun. nu, 1 nuom.,, metropidjtaiv- neighbor, 11 he kept, a vigilant eye upon, him, md roistering blade, in the especially forbade his gting into ,the Jlevi'I'inent" I cut off the foot pools and docks near , his school, tlfi doll with -which his infaii-, which it was his custom sometimas 'that unhappy father bend couch of his dvifig son.! deed, he thoughtihe Sj'iwl ifion light up his recoji and leaned eagerlv forwar loti'-eH1 10 k'lf'Y w:"s amusipg l.cr&clf. A to vi .L!hiutiatioki of flesh and blood, of bone "boy A to visit; for he was but a boy, and; would I s ivill be boys,'' ai d sinew-, in ai beloved playmate, more frequently to thi ik that L ! e.Juld icicely h;lve aflecfed the poor their; nature lo be. Of ..uusci ! .... 1 ... ,1 t. 1 ii ' ..1. ..1 htivc uiven a dv his: ()nc(f, in sm worlds nd we ought all unnatural . t ild mok-e painfully. . It was to her things, a reproach almost to -eh hsh e vital den it dlv vl t Growi th in. ilemci len J current of a beau tiful babe frankness ajid innocence, sa4 jme tory. ither lav's 1 from the Iran leg of from a ttW-.,77" But to the lied efligyrof ah infant; and ;i One eve 11 ig this unnappy I Si su held, at thel neon 1 1 Ieritigs of the child came home, wearied with a long liat all things were appointments- which had soured his came with ; seemed. , ' naturally kind disposition, and reu- play mate o i should have; more dered him did more appreciation jof. the the smallest annoyance. Wliil ts and feelings of children, was sitting the throne of the un thei'-Uvhen I read this, I th had occurred in my so 1 from mo of sat aul L-. d U.)i in a ! "lie is s bught! "Tell Jaile'toteU him to come here; and alter . a great deal of hai whatj tctunji 1 t,ht ood 0 ever. 1 Mr H only a week or two before; this information lesson whicn 1 receive be, and will remain wit appy ' home?'1 own this 'instant tie boy, ;r dark-pyrd, ingen-; reproached it ay 1 lie, 01 ilund jupine-quill-handled pen was gene, j "I want to is vexed at some little dis- whispered one kind word iii and have been answered; ' cletim of apparent inteliigenhe passed ... l-l.. - ii ..!.,.. .1 1,.. I ipjieiviy .ivv.t, auu u.is. tuiuwucu the cold; unmeaning glare, wild : tossing of the leveh which lasted ur.fi relief. tho coffin, and hi t the deceased hly, bring-1''1 1 peculiarly susceptible to iug the low stools on which he' stand iu tho 'entry hall, by he fire, In this un! apji "I Was with Henry, S-;rt litnl, his wife enteree 1 I; and "when he 1 cot into .the wa 1 1 1 ; were playing dtwn at Lo just come in, and he!: Henry ,.1'rank, Mtunferd, ;u 4 . t T T - ' . 11 i 1 1- - i : I ' - . . 4 K 1 lit: lie IS covereu me uue naaooi cr mn, ; was a beam run out from t! i'a;nd Charles got (ut on it ' lino ..Oil i-r,,l' flmf loin , lltl 41 IIIIM IIUU1 OIUl' 4,l-,,- ,'T4.tJ . ! ' 1 .1 1 i J- 1 . 1 t ; "f i'e, 11; n'l.i.ro 1 in wo t i i-1r.i ioH find I lis , ( II 111. . u i.uivi r.i.j 1.,1. j , i... i...i their generous guardedly ought action against ,i moment of exci mete out to the lull . heart wilful "Al feelin we to weigh every The people; on the bank had long ad- s motive, h st, in a miied the stream and fill, but. they emout,we l e led to cuiiljl not Control or use it, , having 1 tions.- .A. Chrouitk: ventd errors of the noii tl.e pmiishmJnt due; only riimel to o,,t' ;- icr 111 !!ev nor s their liviu0: bv kill, j The'pei ra'pii.g hops. le ith ;i little corn, beansj and polatoes; niid over in2 s! pvrhnps ftw parents suspect poultrv was tkir rrinciptd stock tlid liow often; the fierce hduke,the Rii.l-' theda.nd hi-ing mostly j.itie ban eye, for he naturt 0 have! Tun Chow carrion crow 1 n,,,l n,o nun 1 uc ' , . , ,- , ! and is strongly ' 4., .11 Al... lkl.t.(Xj , ., I , , O JII II ll'l "I IM I lil..iL:i voilit; iu mo , IOI I'VII fJIIS the (iou hlow, is; answered in their chd-; 1 udded a little gra.ss. That . (.Iron by the; tear.f, not ol passion, was cultivated was only worth sO :ifal pain, but of acre, and much of it was comnio 1 n - -1 1 . 1 -. ' a loving, ! v et- grit veil or ouir.-ijied ivorfl, m.tl 1 t A li and U came among 'th. as To Ci.r..s Co.m;:s ami' Huts-1 1: We have often wondered . -it the ol! ousness of certain fcimp!o rectit. which have ever after their discovery saved much t!'ouhi.j ni.d a I tot. which we never -sI-oiiM' hav il.not thought of. but fbi; (ho hi.'.ihiess ol Which n 1, sonaj good natural fiicul with treasury f these bits cf household 1 i.ni. 1 in ui.Tiiiiiu, too ran iuijior ta n t item op cieahuiir combs snA m. T Lhl ,A n-nnl to r.;n,u.t;m, t i. tT 'i i . e 1 '. .i b.. ; neatness oi a l i.iv s toilet fi" ouLi.ii.1M..i uuii"in u ooiiLieu acii .1 01 lauu.fii- . ; so true 10 clirrelativo incident to ,i,K I,.):,!!, i n .... ...U uur coneponuent, "j:r. S I r - 11 w - Vil.u..!' lillic, illi..V 1U.III 1KIV. . . , Ol.s ....!;.,. .... r. ... n . . P; V.rwllf in savin"- ''l i.r vnn l.-n..t , 4 l ut that 1111 cxperni-nce so loucoing. i : - They laid out Slit PUu'O in bmluu a j . " 0 y " l"T t 1 ! brushes,' 011 which so much- of th- depend-: 1 " ?J i. v.r. is ....... I ' . I . I ; I I J., iw hrl.1.,.4 i.,i,i .... T , p. 1.1 11 1 1 1 IJl I llf I HU'liU, II I 11- it'lili'l 111..111, 11 II uo ihiv! !iftf.r-Mrfl f hp nAder taker : . . J 7 T ,"- I r.,oPi i.vrv kn ' ii mo I n. tn . i . , t -'-' s- - f v , - . - . w is" 111, ;i ; !si liblieiy it was to . 1 rl I i 1 the lad, er. ig-whart, , mv i r 1 me. ; i : it: i 1 . i , - 'p.. lci one n;is eiyijuone s hturaitiiorotprh s Jocositv.-;! fie!e3lJj0u0 t( t!le poplior labor,. or ?TU& UC l l :iS.'? very easily lamed, qU!inTing sto, ies! 1Uaking bricks a ad ; ; should as an invamhie attache! to the net- 1 : . 1 .1 i r .1 : rule attend to this malir i r ;n i ;-i iHiuiiiir i me lauiui uiki 0,1111, iniu .. - At u iicite r dN lit' iva, as sooir as I p, heal i p-o iu itiimeuiaiei v came I lie u ? s vii v fond ot 'being ca aov ue except I'mvfc-ll' sftike him ( ti the head . X. .1 H ... t II c iiiev doubl be'on for for hiiiiber what it everbit..-: The clav and , lyilttino- in 1 r-. 1 j - ' him up. Kept one c, (m wcnt ;,r gI lSS .1.. K ir 1 a n 1f? i c ' urn u nan. 11 u-.v : -i-, 1 0 1 . .. .1 . r.. 1, .. ..i i'.i4 i:J 11 ..... I-- 4 ...111 II 1 s;o;! u'.ix oe- i.iey i..m J..r l labor as we hef.-re said 1, v. hen be ;fore labor on the spot iehled jody 2 ") eisi Wurfii ef hops, -potatoes, ike., and when they went out - to work a i piong iatmers on better soil thev got r.nv 0.0. r ca.-e t; em the more- .! ii.-o: o oiiL." o: , e mav. t i-- usu ally a .disagree.".!:''.' ttisk we knov with the s;a!t! worth .i:oL'.i;:g r; f.u we t pie run-: i to covt-rithy el 1 ; . tt.-;- ip and in e.-.vo oer a more .si:n- enoogh ef tepid wnter lli,ti- lad the top ef tho bruc;.'. ; dd a flw drop's of t!io spirits !ilf haitiiorli, an ounce of wl or bat k he was sure t make lhe : blood sprioj; Ironi ih. ir fpiiiers. He nd there 1 ' . , . .. -. 1 ii ie!i may be had .pod!:cearys, d . 'er;;l times, shtikin any lor sixpence at p the 1 rush sev out the wafer livcrjng over the kitchen ; first thing we saw,! he hadj slipped fT. increos 1 7. liiOillll. It, !.-. f'.ot r.,-,.' tv. is: finit.. .1 li.o.'' ...4 J U . ..... . 1 ( . . ' J : J , ,! ! - 11,. . "Tl o WhailV'rC'V,7:'on T -'Vnl ii' 'UU l ived all voting m,n at 1 a d,.v.:d ; im,.uirwui art 0 .ret: ;,"'IVs! -' ,;'r"'the vonn women at ets. "La;.d; 'ke mr.-.c, leaving rt clear and pur, ,prBo,er,-v,h- i'1?" r,e ,n:n1 '-Tiroseiu the-vieinitv, so ti.at many eotng only to be dried by a tow,, h I,,, ! were, 1 he nineidid his i ,v seem to -,-, n r... u.. !.;..!. n-.s1..,,; no rubbing i-s iseeucd. Combs m.-'iv lie ipiS afraid to come up hero, and was struggling p.i the casualty, which drove rea- when the girl told him you had coma ; Henry threw oil his cap-aiu 'clear from the wharf into t! was the brief rer was not, ,1 . S-1'' J'l 'v ' '' 11,11 -t llalt!i of AwmvU. ;,(:... .....vtl, ciftn I Th.. f.rmer round L'ot one thirl I more for their JtU and potatoes Vegetables were worth nothing befcie; cx- be done in the same wav without ii!:- ply to got Charles, out; and they' i'ailed tip r'e tini ti through the mud toiwlsere the wharf , ', "'Mil. t. rvfr.it 1. ... . 1 ... ...ii to ni 0:110 uiiivtiiive ;i law am nor- 1.,. ., iimiipii . . . . . .' . . ha , com I jzing townships equivalent to our . water. ; 1 v P 1 . .. ... 'dc.i ' istiipts .in vnri ii.r nr hit 11 nl imo . . 11. . rl work - r r. nrJi: 1 . : , . cept PH eat, i.w Drought n ready .mpiui uaiiiiMUMi. uien u.11 us. - . j ur,J tan one hundred -have voted . r . t. i k.m i.. i , ni.iv wi 1 iu 1 iu i'vumu I'ne.i tii.iu ! Kleveii hutttlird vessr-N; i-fan-ns m.os. were w recked UP 'U tin? nts 1 Toast ! tist i i.r. It is s ii l t!:ere'are . twenty. tvrii' urn bitterly with his uisjj anything about it, a: d fraiik hearted child as ever .obedience, dpoke' of the pumshment lather would never let him ;gt. near j j iripmittid to the! popular vote in ithcd though" perhaps "1 say it' which awaitk?d him in the morning, ! the water again. Henry waf very t, t t..!e i:ca e.doi.ted by 11 : 1 1 Oil" ill, not 10 say ll Bint i-avi:as liie ltuaii vi 111a uiicie, mm, m . aunj. , uu an uib h.iv tuiiig nuur--, nviinr t V Ol ttltceil tiiOUSUnd. Vll- . , for,1 if held ad been plaving about mv : a harsh voiije, concluded with leaving "which fora moment, "Now, sir, go to vour bed: In my relurn, that my long ; '-JJut, fiither'said the little fellow)' i sees, me to-night?'; I wish! ife had , They P ;dj rrpe hp. t:pnf. Sfi-inrr 'What will lather pay when he- til vou- hot gone to the wharf?'' ever before, as they were free of du- travelling circuses in the U. S rt """ a Tiro ; . h h t l-.Plfri.n " loeenn ivhiph T receive 1 was! il'resentH' tlie noor hov entered, was not so wet and sitppry: and: I " - . . 1 . . - , . .. : , .. .. 1. ..-. r .. 1 : ' i:.. , ...:. me half perished with affright and cohh 1 then 1 helped them to chmh tip thep ai Uvr T.iiw Afi ruifiAV. Tho T)i-' llu. u" 1 ' . I,u'i,,uuu- . ! - . The Senate of New York has p.iss- . I His father fehuiced at his sad plight)! side. Charles told, Ileiuy ubi to ryi.troi"t Tribunt mIiiouuccs that tho! At lhu..ei" vl years rcKonc. c.a the Maine Liquor law. ,T. T- '-r Mt-i , a.; up. i..j anl u n.iu liuoieu. . .. , Mamo Lpiiior Law,iwhifh was recent-j ., . 1 rr, , , r T. 4 .. 11v.(.,i .... ..,;;.,.,; in . . 1 1.. . . 1 !Hr ni'.r.pv. J hp Itnd tor lour J HO lamp USttl 0.1 l.t!lo is 111 d, his , 11 1 soiiare miles was uouoiy in va-ue: n 1 . I - . il . - 1 ..., in dhgiauti are oi mar iwisr-mn" igp, eighteen tir.ies its foriner signify danger; (in, , t- -denote mu- vabi- Tiiirtv thousand ,j,.!lar, worth tton; M ,'iitc toiudicale palely. ' Hp- e 1....1 !,... loop iv.. m t!. ;.- r.fieil to trains in motion; H tilt I IP 1 ji i,. in a !; v. v ub t -1 .iv. j " " - - t - ; n. l...,. .... .In. lP.il 1 UOtllllJ '' 'f'-r 1 ! pe u-.st aches in New ! vings of the laborers, and h 1 ! continue usikssj-liesdlyt foil siccd"nny he attained; j (inn., proceed slowUj -f ((!. sii-p. ; i ..- i ill Si i t ' ?:! j r -! . 1 -1 1 1 1 -f 1 :"l (! I ! i I 1 1 .