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De moon'f gwine downpitch dark the night . -Cold, cold de dew, am falling ; ; I fear die darkey aeo a eight - Dat aet him wool a crawling:' j , "Who darl who dar'l a gnblam cn'jl ;)g Teak! or die miaatram'a banjo but i . ;a Teak and dyaelf nnrabb'l ! Te. goblom, 'peak! but wher'r or no, Die minstram drap hia ole banjo, Aad try liMttnbbll ; Troo de woobiut along v Fnrder back yoa boog-a-boo! Troo the wood drap de aong ; Kituble child of Ginger Bine 1 dt(iVt It: How , Bob Bolter's Prisoner Es the Office of au, erening paper and wrote ft little bit of intelHgeace , that, '""-had escaped; and was probably, on his way to hiladelphia, and that- Officer .Bolter would. take the afternoon traia in. par salt JUl a blind, of coarse. From there instantly went to the store of a leading jeweler, and, told my story. He commia- eratedt , ;.No wJ.eaid T, ' if you : want to pit. and1 aid me,, lend me two diamond rins, four or-five watches, and a case of chains. ,v I pledge ray word they shall be back? to-morrow.?' . 'Decoya V . said he aOjrhinprly. ''Just so.',' I returned: for he and I bad sorted each other before.' I left with my booty, sayintf as I did so, If yoa see in the paper that yoa hare been robbed, tip the wink ard humor it, you know.'.' : He laughed, and off I bolt ed again to the newspaper office, and for tunately got there just as it was going to press, ft. was but the. work of a moment to write a few lines speakin? of a darinjr arceny in a jewelry store that morning, bold plunderers,' etc., etc., ' etc., r which cot pled with the escape, made the fourth edition of the paper a highly epicy issne. From there I went to the house of a par ticular partner in our police business. I told him at twelre o'clock precisely to be at No. ATenue, with eight or ten men, and come in and make search. "That is Ehrwitz's den," says he, they're cunning; there'll be : nothing found; we're tried that ' before." Never you mind," I rejoined, "thi$ time I'll be here before you leora the mrsteries." With a sigh of delighted recognition for he loved a bit of excitement we sep arated, he to pick his fellows, and I to put into my traveling bag the. costume of a jaunty English cracksman, which had ouce before ' served as ; a good disguise the aanay wig ana wnisKcrs, ana cneca cra aVwere perfectry' frresistible." "' '(Br sit o'clock, bag-in hand, I was on Paying an Old Debt.'- A merchant rery extensirely engaged in commerce, ana located upon the J-.ong Wharf, Boston, died Intestate, February 1 18th, 1802, at the age of serenty-nre. After his death, a package ; of very con clean breast of all I wanted after a prom ise to let him go for his information. ' My friend the constable was to keep him until morning, when, I was to return and let him Off. . . . ! . ... ,:V . . . . , . .' "Armed with excellent 'information, 1 was soon on the Newv York side, and call ing a carnage, rode within a block of tne Uiderable size was found carefully tied up Uinrwitz tfrotners. . uown stairs mey AnA labeled as follow kept a store, but up stairs T was satisfied ; "Notes, due bills and accounts aeainst they kept a regular crib, merely using the gUndry persons down along shore. Some counting-room as a blind, and a place in of tnem ,ty jrot by suit and aerere which to shove off articles, that from their dunnine. But the people are poor; most common use could not be well identified. Af them haT had fiabermen'a lnek. Mr They were just, closing the store as I went children will do as they think7 best " Per io and asked for the elder. He made his nftps tDey wju think, with me, that it is appearance toia mm i wantea some jbest t0 barn this package entire" private conversation. r At , thu moment About a month : after he died, the sons (it was now half-past eleven o'clocls; my met together, when the elder brother, the partner entered, most . capuany aisgusiea administrator, produced the packet, and as a countryman, to mane a preteuaea ,flnd th nnnersprmtion. and asked what i ' " i .. , ur - purcnase ana reconnoure, ana a meaning course should be taken in regard to it. glance passed between us. . Jle said out Another brother, a few years younger than rery louaiy, riaik aTay, mine inena, i sn tne eiaest & man of stronsr impulsive tern got no private place but dian talk aray.' perftment, unable, at that moment, to ex I whispered in bis ear the name or the Dmg bj, fedinrs by words, while he brush- reuow wno was men in aurance vue in e,i tUe tears from his eyes with one band, Jersey City. He started, and led the by a spasmodic jerk of the other toward way up stairs. "Tot of htm J". said he, roe fire.place, indicated his wish to hare as he got np stairs. "Why just this," 1 1 nacket put into the flames. It was answered, putting on a bold way "1 met gnggested by another brother, that it might mm on me wersey cars waicning uoo be well first to make a list of the debtor's Bolter, who stopped; a little journey I names, and of the dates and amounts, that intended discharge such as mieht offer somel pulled tuis morning, and our Davmcnt. that their debti were forjriven. friend said I conld'nt do better than to Qn the following day they again assembled sell it to you. ; I suppose it's worth fifty and the list had been prepared, and all dollars or so.". ... His caution in an instant nolCRf due-bills and accounts, which, seccumbed to his avarice, and he took me including inhr it amountel to thirty into the third story, where he locked the thonsand dollars, were committed to the door. . , '-bmce you've made a clean bosom fl.mM W A . . T 9.11 M . I ! io me," i .can vrusi you mine lenowiori Tt was about four months after oar have never seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread." ..r Giving each of us a shake of the hand. and a blessing on oar old father's memory, be went on his way rejoicing. After a short silence, taking his pencil and making a east 'There," said ; my brother, "your part of the amount would be so much., Contrive a plan to eonrey me your share of the : pleasure derived from this operation, and; the money is at your serrice." ;.:V,x:-r.V . : - :r ;i each is -the simple tale; which I bare told as it was told me. , To add the evi dent moral, would be an insult to the reader. :.J '! I v.-..;:" iuiicr, u , iupjicu nine jwuruc a names, and of tne dates was taking, and I turned around with this tmT be enabled, as the i little swag" and I produced the jewelry wa8 for au to inform s we are;aloue you esq never betray nie faers's death,' continued toy laformant; for dere is no jcoroberashum, and dat is itt the month of 'Jone, that I was' sitting Bob Bolter (as he has been familiarly ' --r' - termed in- the Police Department for :'' naoY years he is now a.fesined mem ber. ehoosinir neither to wear h red nor ':'th wMl :irse':6f -the Planlagenet Com ; , missioners) loves to take a quiet "drop" intb my easyr chair in the little; studdy; .and with a Romano eigar in one corner of his'mouthjf play narrator from the other .: . aide tVe wiife' talking" iart Week about the queer manner in which the- irencu jail bird, "parrot,?, rot away from the Mar- ahalL and I had irfeverentlf eneeted sal the TatterWhen Bob" cried", -Be easy - ' mjJqjX'joai priabnef will escape Respite - v - yow; best vigilance: o Jistea -: JSeretm) years ago . I had with much difficulty arrested a ? lerk of a leading je.! St6feA fho' fyn! fong ,titne; had .-v- not only successfully purloined from hi . . : , 'f cmpibyers, but had successfutly' diverted aolwclOft from bimstlf. lie made no v . oBfessions when apprehended 'and was .v : very'aiillen; but X get facta enough to give ' ; ; ' am clew that the property he had taken i''- was sold to the Ehrwitz Brothers,: who for 7 . . ' " aeries of yeafa had defied by their finesse ; '.'y all tbf i exertions of police and magistrates. "ri v -After commitment he was .'habeas cor- pased"-plague on -these bothersome writs! Instead of being helps to justice, asja olden times, they hare got to be mischieTons, and j of ten times as ' in the I now- speak of mere dodges to aft escspt , v Being somewhat his criminal guardian,' I was elected, to care (or hiqi oq his way to the. judge's cham bers aild back again. The argument over, was remanded; "for the liberty of the Subject, n the counselor with much bold va.meowtended. : -( (VL Jv f'".:l','.. . r . ost by Pearl Street in Centre, as we : 1 intensely r , t- k s op iitriSed feHowa came along, and quick K-y-'Ay?:, s4sUsi(bz; : :H jc-quiekJyriy prisonen t andt,r,ii '.V .-. i 'aiiinreef'an'oniv towwria Elni'Elreet.'i The thin ib'l jail afldicions I Wa-for -i iibBieilt jlz ywfchilsjan-iMtJwfe, them sraei.t k.we.-ntl fofiX- crie I.am an ; jf"!?l. The (irowd eame'tlAseri theen ;. - ? i- ' ff an1 a4T- laVnl - aMf wKaAw o-wf -K-ind,llai leominf -ciosei " f6ind' id4t3boat ftistf ' affectionate,' lunge at a big fellow, ana down ne went, K -? JLX th'3 Mther'stroek tne,. and; J saw at "V Clt thi'wbule thing, rescue, r0wd 1x1 he premeditated dodge fIJither8M. aforeslsid," who were - Uiiinjjf 'psi, 4 ba4 weU: watched ' ?TIy V,xH wjgc and bottling, my ta.tjyrs - vary raihv gvt tiar Tsa Mm l 4an'$ .know yon, be tan ! htfsJV however, 111 have both yoo L1 ' prisooer tighter1 thaa the kettle ViakiBf away, . i wentiiqcgjteiy to hoard of the Jersey ferry-boot. Said I t myself,, 'Bob, my boy, somebody inter- rested . has seen that piece in the paper, and is watching to see if vou co Now you must find out who that somebody' is.' uooKing arouna over tne crowq careicssiy, it was sonietime before I iotildU teoture a conjecture:' but;finally 1 lit upon, a certain utruiur-iuuaing person as ine spy. io try him with a bit of a bait, L pulls but ' a' staled telegraphic dispatch and holding it sobe couW s e 'what it was, scanned it carefully " with one eye, while with the other ! peered over at him. He nibbled, aud shortly edged toward my position.' , I was almost sure, and only wanted a grain more into the scale to i o'se the' doubt. So taking a favorable urn in the 'voyage,' I made over to him and said, "Have you an evening paper? I. omitted-to buy onc.;j 'No, Sir,', said he; 'but you'll get one at the depot,' I think. I then pulled out my rhuadelphia ticket, so as to care Jepsly show it caught his eyes looking anxiously at itand felt more convinced BiiX when just as getting in the cars, I saw him whisper to another parsonish cove, and they both looked at me, I was sore of the 'syy: But, to my chagrin, he ' eot on the cars and sat near me. I may be balk ed yet, I thought for perhaps he is to follow me through ! You may believe I was much' relieved when he pot off at Newark, where I had intended to atop, and so compel me to go on to New Bruns wick. I had just twenty minutes to spare before thereto rn train came by." I jump td for the' hotel 'where I. was known- applied and got a 'room and in ten minutes was the English cracksman 1 Mj own clothes were pat into the carpet-bag, and in a short time more I was back agaiu for the city, v." -At Newark' my parson spy got jo, and now I felt that I was right to perfect certainty. Fortunately I had checked my bag, . and it could lay until called for. So, unincumbered, I could operate with him as I chose I took a bold position and sat down by him. We got into conversation. , Presently . I leaned over, and whispered meeningly, 'don't be fly I kndw yoa you are Jack Simpson' (giving ' him the bold name of a bold pickpocket).',.. He started and then said, 'Sir, do you wish to insult me f I am the Ber. Mr. Jones.' 'Ah ! rejoined I, with my finger to my nose', and you preach for Moses Ehrwitz, the Polish fence, believe V He looked alarmed. "Don't be .- afraid,' said I; 'I am Bob Mazy, the Liverpool fakir .. But since jw are afraid to trust Die, I will trust you.. This very morning t VwKMJ?TOiiE?r the Joaned articles.) 'and was on mj. way to Phila defphtay wrhen- who -should be on board but Bo6 Dolter.H S( 1 (dok reldrti traip rrom"NW Brunswtck J la ah iusUBt he tjok ttyhand.with a e.aniqjr -pressure, laiw7y4oli be ba3 besa watching the same-officer, and how cleverly he was diddled, going off after his escaped prisoner. And then he laughed merrily; and, egad, J laughed too; but I leave yoa to judge who had the best oT the joVe V ; - . K'Joke, Sir I . He was no sooner at Jer sey City than; I seized the constable, who is always nbont the place, whispered a word to him as to who I was, and then we both had dor parson friend by the elbows, and took him, as snugly as you please, and half frightened to death, -into the Treasnrer1 little office, I. He had told me hia name in the ears, and I bad. framed!' ately perceived he was a very excellent cracksman, and a man whom we had long wanted. ' It was but a moment's work to where we. are safe with you jrentlemen ! I m. idit hrother'a office. - waitinsr for '"WJ 'JM .1 . i!.. IS ' ' " We'I ef . . xou aia me nine , raauer wen; i reaa in ,n nnnrtnnitr to aneak- with him. when ze, paper."- , baying this, and smothering there came in a hard favored, little old a vulgar chuckle, he touched a little spring man, - who looked as if time and roagh in the wall, and the false wainscot moved weather had been to the windward of him disclosing a space of two feet behind. I for seventv veafs. ; He asked if my 'broth was almost thrown off my guard with joy, er Wft8 nbt the executor. My brother re- r.r iL.i ii. l i 1 1 iii.l i - . . . our ior i saw.uaiine wuoie viuainy wouiu oeiu,ed that he was administrator, i as sbbnly at.my.isposaU v:.Fromthe'recess dfedTinteslatlr.' 'SVtr?r:.-.- - - i I a .. .. T il - . - - . . . r, "I nave come owed 4 I. ns iook a mue uoi, aim in ii i saw mucn i wii Kirt the ntrano-e of the jewelry that I knew was taken by UD from ihe Cape to pay a debt I my escaped prisoner.: But where is A7ithntd wntlm!vn ; If I did not gct.A, however else I might 1 , mt brother requested him to take a w a - i i . . . succeeu, x was noi w ue sausnea. i seat, he being at the desk. i ;Tb old man therefore angled for information, "Bob fift down, aad nnttinc on his classes, drew Bolter. I see has gone after the fellow who out a very ancient pocketbook and be- ran away so cieveny, aaia u "Ail mine Kan to couut over his money, work,? he returned, 'Tor I always protect When he had finished, as he sat waiting my fricuds--mine true., frieuds but the his turn, slowly twirling his thumbs, with "copper" (slang tor omcerlwiii get ze toss his old erav. meditative eyes npon the up for his pains ze bird is in die car- floor, he sighed, and I knew the money nage," and he , pointea with his tan mo as the phrase runs, come hard, and secret up stairs ' I could now scarcely conceal y wished that the old man's name might my r.cugnc. y neari inumpea use a be found on the tjrgmng list. My brother mill-wheel, and the 5 sweat 'poured1 from was soon at leisure, and asked htm the my body into my rery. stockings. ' He n8Ual naestions. his name, resid -nce, &c connted out his raouey (thinking, no doubt The original debt Awas four hundred and what a fool 1 was,) and just abut the wain- forty dollars. ' It had stood ft long time, scot when the church clock hard by struck ttn(j with the interest had amounted to be taelve. ' " ' tween seven and eizht hundred dollars In a few minutes a noise was heard in My brother went to his desk, and after ex . a i ' r v m e mi I w toenail, jay nean murapeu louaer. ine amininr the foreiven nst attentively. old rascal was a little flurried, but only sadden smile lit upon his countenance, fora minute, when unlocking the door he ftnd told me the ' truth at a single glance. said, "perhaps a visit from the police The old man's name was there. ! My broth dey . will ribt let an old man be (here he er quietly took a chair fey his side, and con uppeu a wmn; ana ouen incommoae. rersation occured between-toem wmcn Yon (another wink) are an English pedlar, never shall forget; you know, and here his hints were cut "Your note outlawed" said he; "It was short as the door opened and in came our dated twelve ' years ago, payable in two force, headed by the younger brother, who years; there is no witness, and interest has Hid., 'it is no use an is tne same as never been paid; you nre not bouud to when jou were last here." ' ' Dav this note: we can never recover this ..eaae . m mr . a - - r "A.U is not tne same," cnea l snaicmng amount." off my wig- Down on the floor dropped "Sir," Baid the old man, "I wish to pay the old rascal, as I touched the spring and it. It is the onlv debt I have in the open came the wainscot I " world. " It may be outlawed htrt, but I "op stairs in a curious closet I found have no child, and my old woman and -1 my prisoner, and altogether w recovered hope we hare made our peace with God, abont eight thousand dollars worth of and I wish to do so with man. I should stolen goods. My first prisoner and my Hke to pay it." And : he laid the bank others are now enjoying the country air at notes before my brother, requesting him Sing-sing; and there was a nne sing-sing to count them oyer. on my own account the next day I assure j cannot take the money," said my KIT ; CARSON. , .... A New Mexico, correspondent of the Washington' Union gives' the following account of this distinguished mountaineer and frontiersman : 1 ' ' ' '"' . '' I this day had the pleasure of seeing and ; conversing with the - far-famed Kit Carson. v ; He Js a 'mild, pleasant man in the expression of his face, and one would never suspect him of baring led the life of daring and adventure which distinguish him. He is refined ia his manner, and rery polite in bis intercourse; his conver sation is marked by great earnestness, and his, language appropriate and well chosen, though not pronounced with 'correctness. He has a strong mind, and everything he says is pointed and practical, except when iudulging, in a rein of humor, . which is uoti uufrequent. No one can converse with him an hour without being favorably impressed; he has a jovial, boniest, open countenance, ana a kindness of heart al most feminine. He is universally belov ed here,., and, a favorite with all classes, ndians. Included , He never alludes to his career .as , an adventurer ' nnlesai ques tioned relative to it. He is heavy-framed and weighs abont one bandred and seven ty pounds. He is forty-eight years old. but does not lok to be more thanjthirty-five. He came to this country m 1827, having run off from his' employer, near Boone- riile, Missouri, to whom he was appren ticed to learn the saddler's trade. The facts of ,bia life are now in the possession of Washington Irving, and will doubtless be thrown into the form of a book during the coming winter He Is a strong State rights Democrat. -., , , , uhdecetl Mmf to -oaWlJiim,1 and to get ajone or the C" you. brother. The old man became alarmed. "I hare cast simple interest for twelve A' Dutchman In PcnnsylvanU years, and connted it all over,' said he. ; , v PIFTY- YEABS HENCE. , Rt. Rev. Bishop Clarke delivered lecture in Cambridge on Tuesday evening of last week, taking for his subject "Fifty Years Hence."' From a sketch in the Cambridge Cbroniele, we take the follow ing extract.-: ,. ;. . :. ., 'iifty 1 years hence the married pair will step iutb an emporium for the sale of houses,' took - over the book of patterns, select one to suit their taste and means; order if and it will be sent: home in the morningf put together and occupied at bight. .. -'' :.-U vMD ' "In travelling, 'as great changes will take place, instead of the dusty road and crowded car, there will be a splendid Lo comotive Hotel, flying over a road carpet ed with turf and 'bordered with shade trees, A and heralding its .approach, with sweet 1 music, - instead t of the demoniac shriek of the steam whistle, and labelled, Through from 'Boston to San Francisco in four days." . V. !u --- ".it ; "Instead of the uusightly telegrap poles,- there Will be, fifty years hence, net-work under ground, 1 and under the bosom of the ' deep7, and it will click of thoughts instead of words. ' Then the Electric Battery will light the street lamps at once, enable ' all Uhe clocks in the city to keep exact tithe, and kindle the bea cons on the dangerous rocks, " where now men hazard their lives and wear oat their onely days - : -;; -v - "Then the author will not write by onr slow process, losing "his rarest fancies but be will sit "down to the newest invented Chirographics! ' Instrument, and putting his fingers on the keys write as fast as he can think." " : " ' r-.-i's- V troubled with a balky poney, tells the fol lowing story of how he manages him: "I hitch him to de cart mit his dall ver his heat ought to be; den Igife him apout so a tozen.cn ts mit a hitecow; he starts to go, but so; soon as he e te cart pefpre him he i makes papkwards. Burdy soon he stumbles pehind nnt sits.towp .on his haunches, nnd )poks like -he reel ; burdy shamed mit himself- Den I dikes him out, hitch him the right ray, ant jhe goes right bony, "I will pay yoa compound interest, if yoa require it. The debt ought to hare been paid long ago; 1 but yonr father 'was very indulgent he knew I'd been nnluckey and be told me net to worry about it." ': Mr brother then property set the mat. te before im;t and taking the bank bills he returned them to' the old man's pocket-book, telling ' Wm that,1 although oar father left no formal will, ihe had reoomt mended to his children to destroy certain offishost : so iootias anyj's X.J ' rS ,f it . v . -r , - debt,- and relenpe those who might be Je- ' fH 2 ,a !,'kj; iUva;' ?i gaHy bound to pay then.- 'Mth For a moment the worthy ow manap- K3-5cete-The crowded deck of an ,7 ZZX American packet from vamorniat ' iected himself, and wiping the tears'from California to Skipper "I should Tike his eyes, he said: 'From the time I heard a sleeping birth, now, if yoa please." u of your father's death, I hare raked and Skipper "Why, where have you been screwed, pinched and spared, to get the sleeping for the last two weeks since we money together for ' the payment of the left California?" ' . debt. About ten days ago. I made np California "Wall, I've been sleeping the sum within twenty-fire dollars, - My on the top of a sick man, but he's got j wife knew how mnph the payment of this better, now and ne says I got to more my 1 debt lay on my spirits, nd advised me to boot8.,t' v'v t X! A"' sell a cow and make np the difference; and oral tha heavv harden off. mr -mind. 1 did tST' ATi: Irish serrant was requested Sor and now what win my old woman s?jf by a lady to go to a clothing store andji must gobaok to the Cape and tell he ootain 'oea-comrorter" ror ner. ini this good news. She'U probably repeat about an hour afterward Bhe teturned with I the rery words she used when she pat her one of th clerks, v ---.;.vr hand on my shoaldefaa we parted Officers. "- The people' will also decide at the same time, whether they will adopt the charter of the Bank of Ohio, and Branches proposed by ,the last Legislature, and all or any of the Amendments to the Con- stitution submitted by the same body; j. Pennsylvania elects a Qovernor, a Leg- slftture. .and : other,.; State .officers. - Gen. Wm.l Fx Packard is the, Democratic can didate for Governor, and Hon. ' David W ilmot Of Wilmpt Prorisd memory; the Republican candidate.1 " Both parties, we believe,-anticipate success, r t Iowa elects ; a, Governor, a j Lieutenant Governor , (an : office created. , by .her ne w Constitution) and a Legislature. The new'i Constitution ' of the Sute recently adopted by the people, changes the State election from August to the Second: Tues day in October. , B : ..Samuels is the Democratic, candidate foe Governor; and R. P. Lowe, the Republican. The Demo crats hare nominated George Gillespie for Lieutenant Governor, and the Republi cans Orin Faville. .' Quite a spirited con test, we learn, is going on, and the rote is likely to .be a close one between the two chief contending parties. : . f f e;;ru Minnesota rotes on the Stae Consti tution submitted by the . Convention re cently assembled, and elects State officers and three members of Congress pursuant to the State Constitution,' and also a dele gate to Congress to serve, at the ensuing session, nntil Minnesota is admitted as a State. Both the Democratic and Repub- ican parties are active, and it is doubtful which, will carry the election.' ' ' ' :" - . ,mm r ., a Search for Happlneaa. .- , :, - A wealthy epicure applied to an Ara bian doctor for a prescription that would restore his body to health," and give hap piness to his mind. 1 The physician ad vised him to exchange shirts with a man who was perfectly contented with his lot; Whereupon the patient set out upon, jour ney in pursuit of such a person. . After many months ' spent without accomplish' ing his object, - he was told of a certain cobbler of whom every one had spoken as a model of contentment and happiness. Pursuing the direction given, the, traveler was at length rewardedjacUh. the sight o cooUlcr enjoying a sound nap on a board. Without any ceremony he was aroused from bis tJumbent and the im portant interrogatory whether he wascoa-J tented with his iot was answered in .the affirmative. 4 ' Then," said the speaker after happi- ness, l nave one small boos at your hands it is,: that yoa exchange shirts with me, that . by . this means I also may become contented and happy." ' Most gladly would I accede to thy re quest," replied the cobbler; but ! ' :'-- " "Nay, refuse me "not,? interrupted the man of wealth; "any pum that yoa name shall be thine," ,, : . ; "I seek' not lhy wealth," said' the cob bler, but bat i! J v' 11 ; ! " vv "But what?" iivtii-iz-r,, "But the. truth isn- AartMo-dirt!" friends, and others did not live at aff,; botdT put an end to the shortness of their j lives; & pocket books Jtogather all which waa , ' ' criminal and worse than foolish. ' ' ' u f Crt " There Is nothtng bettef7 ks vyoa')!asknija along through life ihso Jo perse ven; I,i 1 a 1 m. t a. . ina w;mcp yoqjanaeriak.,t,jouM8ffDro.ff,u is growing all the (While W the form; ' anoT,, , comeliness bf aWoak. ' 1 ' ' " XM ' Iff h UNCLE BENJAMIN. Xfa -," j TJHOr.T.'Bl-PITA-ptTJa it. reuiirrew nas nDusned. in in. don. a collection f epttophs; underUJ title or "Chrrorcles or the Tombs: TShs'S best, these possessing the grae of smproi;ci9 4 priatenesa, or of literary boautj,; bar Ue,4 ttA come household- werds--Soma -of. the more quaint imay- provoke A smih.,, Ieiv at least : ... -; ' " rff Two sweetur babes j6VMf'tM3im1 ' Than-God amity geed toQiVttbtd uw uAudfcenrthey Inu deod.a.8 nitts, . . J . Htre.is one on .Sir John .Woodcock: , . xxic.jacri, in. ..require HOOUCOCS JOhO , . :' in generosua,:!u T'l . jw av-w-MWHem-Oy ' VtVVI USf iMUC UJ V ' . x, .1 i :." - - ;! '" isl wo a U:-a, f.-t t . .. . .-!T7 ijJ ouiB iraw. sine antrz, sine orncne. . On Robert Trollop, architect ! of the - and To wn 'Hall of 'Nwcmsfiei1'! Exchange ' Here lie Rbb rbp '- J ol .. .h -wno made yoo stone roU BplfffiJ.? ! ; , When death'took hia sovi- vp -.i'"-rttij ;, His body filled this hole up. ,.On Ann , Jennings, -the mother,, of tanv immense family : t - ? . Some hare children some hare pose- re lies themoihefbfJtwtntbne?a:'I1 id: -"iV i.-'--v: ,ri -ti -Here 'mli m ' round: : ; v .v-h:; a s i Here lies the body of Johri EMreas! ' At least he will be here week ke i dead; 'i 7!, But now at this time he Is liie-r.; 'J: n The fourteenth vf, August tjr-ljrja. t; .'Quotations might le muUtrlied; bet th iW t ihbj Siildf be-M2 liex-f ------ ov ; . . The October Elections. ; v This month will be interesting, politi cally. ... Elections were held in the follow ing States and Territories on Monday, the 5th insUfei;?r---"-' " ''' ',.' Georgia elects' Govcrior and eight members of Congress'J (The Democratic candidate ' for 'GorSmor ia I Joseph- C. Brown; and the American, Benjamin H. Hill. The Americana make np opposi- tion in three of rthe 'i Congressional Dis tricts. The eleotion of . a Democratic Governor and of an ) entire Democratic Pelegatbn to Congress, 3s anticipated. Florida also elects a Governor, a btate Legislature, and two members of Con gress, As the Democrats are largely iu the ascendant in that State, ; it not to be expected that they will fail of . success. Kansas elects a Territorial legislature, County Officers, and a Delegate to Con Kress. ; The Democratic candidate far the latter office is Mr. Ransom, ex-Governor of ijiohigan; and the RpnbUcap, Matt thew J.. Parrott, : ' : ' u 1 . Ths following elecUoav wcja h,eld on Tueidsy.the J3tb instnntt y; .; x Co eleets Govtmorfc Lieutenant Goreraor, Secretary: rf ;Ttato Treasurer of Sta,te, one .awpretsa 4age, one mem ber of the-Board ox; raic wot it, mem bers of tbeState. Lecltvea Hold JPaat to Tout Busiiiess. ! If you have a buisiness stick to it If you hare none?-getone as speedily as possible. But in business: or in the hunt after one.'do but one thing at a time, young gentlemen , tend do it well,' I Net .ene,T bat many thousand young men hare failed i to accomplish any thing iu-. life,- isimplyi fee- cause they hadn't the faculty of presertN ance--a part of a man's phrenology: which can be culti vated . if primarily 'deicioot, and so the dearth of which is ; inexcusable. Nobody crer yet did a deed to make bis name famous, or the world better that he did not follow out ' his' purpose through . thick and thi'a.' i It ' is the indomitable energy, the pluck, the will, of a man that causes him to make hir way , along ! the stormy pathway bf this 'little pilgrimage below the stars, and what possible reason is there for a body to stop kit nlongv the road to prick his Unjers with, the nettles that spring np an the banks?) iThat : per formance dont pay, - tiave ; a perpose, Get a bussness. When yoa have it, hold fast to it, being first sore that 70a are in (he track that natore intended yoa to fol low. 'Be sure you're right then go ahead!1 said bid - Davy 1 Crocket, and i so ; every good adviser wil tell yoo.. ; "::. - But the young man just -commencing in his independent career, who turns i'dis contentedly and disconnectedly from this to tha v and from that to the other; ana back agal. to this, will never do anything to make himself known to two people: ber sides himsel for qualities that a man U no man if he lack. And es droces are i not wanted ia these parts, among men folk however oseful the class may be with, the bees--U is a boy's prrvilege to select bis way or mesing ms wymff.y p ? I have bad occasion to trace the -pro gress, of a lad, who began iaa very . little field, with an income that was no income at all, who fey dint of sticking to his busi ness, raaqe t t comfortaqie thing qefure he had tamed twinty-fire: 1 ' While be was doing this following but his beet keep ing his wtthactive enough to h,ew ; qowR difljcqlties if they sprahg flp feefotf i mm a plenty of feegianers, as ynnng as he. and with similar opportonHies, failed nt terly becanie fortune did not to fayor then that they cqsw iamp t, a let? fnw pel were f-r tra'raeMaj Wv 4ent!rt.1v tsd eoattrts tltir necessitte,; they t.'.i and s.tf sbmeitant nd' t lliitri",tnrf some Vt.no bepoS melinqontketr HUNTING iJl A SOIT IXACS. ; J -! t ; I was down to see the widow yesterday c I st il Tim's ancle, and sle gave me dinner.. I went down rather early ,10 the morninw-; , V we talked, and laughed, and chatted, 'arid ran cau sae getting oat and la cc47 1 eionally, till dinner 'was ready; When it''1 helped me gracioasly to pigeost pietV? Now iU 1 thought that,.; Tim,- rather rorabla. . j toox it as a symptom or personal ppro; bation, because everybody knows I : Iori :n ' pigeon piek aoa 1 natterea myse.r snetiaa-' i ; cooked it on purpose for m?: 'tLSTJgrwsi ; particularly cheerful, and thought I cckt -r see it in her, too1 c So after dinner; wb& sitting clese by the widow, I , fied wa, both felt rather comfortable like-I know - ; did. I felt that I had laUen orerfeea1 and ears in lore with he 'and I rmagiatfif K from the way.sbVsOke? io t lore with mew, She appeared, is forr.aV the world asif she thought it was, cowipg' that! was going to buft' her TW'' -l ently I cbuld'nt help help Ifc-Maid y I hand Softly oo bebeautirshlda aiii fl remarked when I ad poed ikt.fcjfea ' my,wnqjst tones, iptfojL Vhfpvr, my whole soul intp theerpreKsionl re marked then.MtiLyJsiSi$fcrinf. fiti" Iererhad, i 'Looking' beherotentir'at tme. ITal'tt the : Same time ' flusMnf bp i httft; kitty m melting and wmnrn'g-taaes-J-fow js-'iaai ."Doctor, giye-;ineiiicr.1hsTacr pot it on a much softer place,"- , , : In a moment, in rapture. I ebn'sented. knd taking my ha"n'd.lsh genferyi ; tlj, Tim, and quietly laid U o4 et' ana nnrst into a raesu teirrrwsing in, . my ears yet: 4feu1 tta sax . i Now, Tim thite telt MM tovilJr ing ' koal hat ywV wV brjng. i-jjmf mustn't; bat I couldn't hold in pny longer, ' -so I.MUjoolwtijmaf Pbmxotjs TuottKtrJi neri isherkwai in Norfolk, Y-'ebne day to LitrieJ tr nd tmMf'''i iv-tiw-iT.si' eids rt; -,;ifassa,5 15-Wknt t fe-mysfc?-J gbt?hondred gpShws, sir? pr?y I down and eybarest- Tjvii-aegJcti- Vs 'irery welt Tom,!' said hV muter yVo? have been t faithfol fellow; and X wUl tbta4k : pi nun juup -wisn. r-y. iiJi3i-r The money was accordingly taid. jnd incphate freedom of om .arameticed.j,., h -A few tnyi anerwarsjs Ton went out le- ; fish in compnny wtt fellow ServauV and there came i-p a blow whiv'b capsized the the fishing smack,' asd drowned ' Tosa'i companion..;5The next. dy. Toia came; te to h master, a,nd said . ' Massa. I thsnge my mutd. sir, I don't : jrantto buy myself auy ciore, sir-pieask . Dnj-niB uac-- my money, air.- - - " . 'Wlty. 'Tom" Mid Ma wasttiv f UnTe already paid a larn portiea f yepr price, and pj inacsvy. t yoar rrngtabla ; cslling, yo will 'soon tarn tzi py ta rear? Wne, and y W hi t?Vd- FXTTJ PcVlf Oltjinal Unt1ft3s,f" -IV-:' ' J4 joiner, Irttd4arJtib py &Z;ixl-z:$ ger proper tj V .'5tr-. i!