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Qonri-now. ,; . :e. ! 3KKis6FKXTBKCRVTioy.' ' ,: . f IK Mt mi ll I i . rr- Hi.i.i.r will ,llcoiilinie nil n nrrcnt- ti .tw of Rewpaicw..-" ta:r..Ui..v ''.' .Si.'..,.,nHHiiiii! f hlr JV!SIT;5- lS mMl.i-r Vftri Willi- ulna'. .Itnfcs in " r.i.iti'frji.llm'"' ''"' "l"'"nr . IWtvkuWMnvoirt linuriHMi, Una r lhr umiiiIIk, , Uiit 4iirl ntualto, , ', . . O i-rHrth t'vlniiiu y''. " TUro-rlli. of '"' "tt"'r' 1858. -:- i--Zf- rOMEKOY,' TUESDAY: JULY WHOLE' NUMBER W G(Hi'i ?lett Ilesl OlCt. " Suppon-jd to bJ fr.nii Wuiiiau' Kihl Junrnl ,J ' Tlu r1lowl'iiKiniK wit mil.' With mnch iinliim lion Mia rfnl l-mrlT .if th irlni'lml wowonirf M Vork; mikI wa r.;-lv-J l.y IIumii wlUi icrwnl nilniiu. Till mrl. woiil-l liilui.l l a wiil wot II not fur in prea'am. of nivn. Arhn III llifir trno uphora, llivy jira Idea4 vurjr i'liarimniuiiiuiilu. p . "i.oiiin, nil mi o n.i vi . I t w nit ii my v a i i , . , IIr 'Hnii wa lof lha inl; Mar..- 'Man Jnl next lot jifl. 1 i Ok. wliul a rvuiforl HI t - 1 'I'o hnv him anl ua livri! -. . . . G'. irlvo htm ro r u 11 r li .lp, ' " An4 platfati him In his tihora. - n" . I o v.i 9 tm s mi H IMI l: oil 'ill IMI a:, imi All IMI Oaa .-..liiio. y--r. !., ........ni. must l, imi.l ir7cHiii uriHutiii"""" .;JU. markml rM. l co..li...u-.l "..til fr KlU.aaJ liar(faJ coi.llngly. ' JUISINT 0 UY l UO 1 ' KSS ION A liW YJJIW- ... a vi Af -rn. Alloruvy i I'oiinMlliif at 1. r;iMr..y,U. li. Ilia Court IUh.m.. .aw, til W'.,J."'",V...i.iw lllarnntllll taw. I'.MIIW- ". KA".vr a:. -i t ui.irrr in.lwa uralllft ltlill.M. ... 3, S' - YHtOT A NS. ; Z v. ..miuiv a-,.r l irofaalmial Wlmt wonl.l a .art 4 '' 4 IT man, .lnr inn, racnni'T i'Cill Wrtfnaii al mnyw dial, ' or wulti Mn.l.Mik alalia? . " A t th.-utirn and ImM, t ar wal'w wal nftJiA,' v krr. iwiiivi. t.ii To lia blm at uht alila. . , . Tli'Mi win) will not atrlnk ilic'tonst T'u wlii. Ii my rui I liflt II-r'a 'Him r Iik Ilia mnil; llru' Man (ivd'i noxt beat nlft-' ' "Thonirli esrth wore flllo.l with gwl, Twiiulil mill lu InriinipU'tu, 'Wera ntnti nat ant tv mnki Our hoiui aii'l liV in .ru twuct. ' 'Tla trap, lit" lilmi.lnra - 'Tla lrn, ho la lh cm Of half llfa'a in(f anil woi-n, Ita nl.'irury, criiuu, ami wara. Wura wiiiiiv.n al llio lirlin, ' Nurh fonll.h aiiia woiil.l caaac, U-T Irnlli ami Jii.llre mxiii , uiil.l LriiiK llio nniiuiK pence. "Ami ynl, mora atupU mill NVltUaallilm worn our llfo. . 'Ti our bait Joy to b" III inolliur, aUtur, wlfo. i , Aaaoii, ha i a .laru; Aa lovor. bruaka our Ii -'art; .Ka hiial.aiiil, oila nn.l frrla; Ami Jfi'l wtrniiiinl part. to nil rill up Hi.i ift.tai. Timhl Ii my r.np I lift, H 'ru 'Him a loratlia inoal; ' H-ra'a'Maii- tJiM-anant lu.i irlft .' .'til? 'miry. US, i a M i ki. at. 14 a a iirw atl raml f A )tV K)ODS H .VN Ivl KATHHUKS. - Banktiraj IHnk Hliirk, CJ liOTlUNO uu iru .v I'O. rl. Ilr.lwara. toiwwara l.Mlurlu Pry Oo"'l, C.rm-cr- . IM. ... curner ol rrmii. V .urt atraat.tiiroaaw" wrMroy. ,r. 1 !. : "mir: 'IVKKa Ll.lilf Ih KalU llJ tV-r. Ir? r ka . llaaUr Ik HMIIrT ' ' v m I I .rw-.a. ....W UP.. M.i.. , rr-ri. war... ;--;; U w -. ' I- ' " T""" . a' . aa . . . . r t f l i Ik W M f . M II ! 1( . i..a. Paiuiemf.' - M I . T.S. - Knur HA.4II KAOTOltV i S l I'l.AM' "A. I .,7.. Liu ..rj. lii I hi. Mil' hii.ln I... till-J paliiy, an.i li.a ar apvl7luaT u 7-y r . j .1. W. will low- rut, by anurrv JoNKS.' MI'Ml 'port.1 OlkAU mW'JIim Kront tr..l, I'oni-r.y. n"r 8 V-X . v.7'.!:,,.';!;:: . M:'" ylautly on haM'l " V CrTtal . M.irll.t Mill. Cnlponrt. ' i .i Nvr. VriM.r a.ora. "h pahl fr Client ..I all .UKKVII.I.K STK.I.M Hlllfl ' Nnlhalil"! itt I v rvhiilll rr IV ... ....... II-. I....... r Mi'win. rp. hi..".. ..i. ,ii.lNMoWpr...aro.llo.l..to,..l work " '-'1 ,1 KS' 1'. I.UY . nn.l l.l-.rln ....... a . ....I;(.IT lV.il a.l.mnk tr. ".,rl "trVM.hr l..w th n.-w H .nkii.B '. l'..".'.roy Vat?.' rW-V ' Jf ' "-rofttllT ''ftaSV ITT A. AITHKIt V . whol .anlaan ... . .1 'WI'ITI PIIHI r .,. , . . . - .........1,1.1 M rrlmnl.' II. it'll. l'oii.roy. i-iinii'iiur paMIninlrlti)t Wal.-ho, l'l.wkati.l Jowitlry JIH iNHifrt.x: Ii COMI'V N i i:s. INsni.lM'R CMIAMV. of llir.lfor.l. ir.......iluni. O llrulll'll. Aical.t, t uiiri r. -i, ritinwrny. J l'4 ( Jan 30 t ff vrin'I K! lK."Min.nrart.ir..rof BM.tnnl Mnn', A . Front Hlrt. throo .lor' aboro Ston J brl.lir.'- I lio kt .l tt wark,fcLa.ri.4 Uoi.tUiiu'ii, ""xle to ir.lr. . - . , . . . . ".a . HOTKI.S. t -r in itki.. AMI sTAGKOFFirU. foul .lour.. I.w- U . low Hi Kolllntr Mill. I'oiuoroy, Mlg '"'' N j A . Wnhitur, Kroprii'inr. tTn'nk its.' iKHOK m-IJHtraVIw TniiBjiim anrt fnrrli-r J Ktitlarniit atroat. (on Kuicnr Klin,) roiiifrny, U. i.:it ifis. II It 11 I I. US j i a n u i' a o ;rjj it i:s . 1)OMKIfOV HOI.MXfi .MII.I.roMPA NV.havo atntilly on hiiml ami mako to or.lBr. a aup'-rlor uallty uT Iron ..fall ... 'Or. Ii'm promptly vte t iitml.'by ni'l'llcallon lo tli Airi'iU al lli Mill, orlo Jaa, Wl-l,J . , J- K. 1'OT l KK, t lm h.imtl. . '- jttt" 1 . ; r X'O.U.I'Ol(T X O.MFAS'V. Ofll.-o lii Coopi-r' Rnll.lliitc roalpor'i, O. Salt for Country Irmlp lt.;talliTnlrty-Fie i-iil Kr biiahel. ' .irttAK KlTi KAI.T . I'OM TAN V,- I'oiiiuroy. 8i.ll I wt'iity-v vvula put buahul. Otni. m-iir llio Fur jiuct!. I, ti I! A N'l , Afci'lit. OMKKtlV MI.TMIMPAM 4 I'oiuoroy. O. Suit for ' MY Wll'K AX1). I. "Oh, dr, I wUh 1 wor ricli!". Thin rcnijtik wms xirn:tl fn.m rn j wifo (n nn obsliiiure tnolnr miht ba ex tiAciwtl hy:i doiititfl) by the cuiitenipl.ition of it l;trf5 ojieniii in the toe of litthi "rr '9 stocking, which ho had buwri trying in vain . to tlevisu some niodo of cloning, irithout ltitn iii! tho symmeiry of thr gnrmttt,' wliilo it jiile of aimilitr ni iii l.'S, of vuiioua tsi.-N Hint pAttcrns, lay nt her el bow, ns much in nam. of mioikIiii iih an oll rtike'ki hubiii). Tlire they biy. seven pitirs of I it i lo stockings, while. th-ir evon daily occup.mu were, aimgly siKK'ninj' in bilt loi yeilul of the. ninny wenry sliu-hes ilieir little lee t Iih.I cnimed; hihI nil nrouml, on tables nmi clinirt, sciitteied n rof initcuoUd tttisoitiiieiit of jiivenilo aprons mi l dresses, jitekeis anil oreecnes, eitcn one beaiiuwf iiaotviici 'a niAr-k, in the shnu of rii nntl rent. ' "I -wish 1 were rich!" reneatod my wife. ' v ' 'I'heio "was n strength mid heartiness in ilia tona Mini manner, which lei'l no doubt of her itiiit'f riiy, . ni.d in an install my mind wnl liiM-k hoi no twenty years, to the liuiti when he hwl oeen rich m our yottti !, rich iu i-ur mniual dopaiiilcin:.', and ii uti in ih bright hpo wliich no. only igil ld but litirly plu'o.l tin; future nil uvcr ' i with liraii y eitiHl platwHl leal Asto'th- i rr v lo kd down llio lony; vit of coming I 'yar, lAir Huwur oi yj hi'oiiiki our teat, 1 iip fruit of happiuea over our heads, I the rihl of all riuhes, contenlmeu., in our lioait. Mfiu iiwiu ai omy nve tioiiarb barivl. Almost twenty ohi ago those aofl haxl ey that now bam with tender matronly iov, tiiat told the story of thnt I.ito wbiuh those roay lij.s (their,blHtn ha and that fair, if row n fairer niui rounJwr yenr uy year, lirt l:iy upon my breast in maiden irui'tfulnv. Wo did riot fill in love nr walk into it, uor ijflide into it, but wo took to it by in stiuct a ditcke take to water, and we wera married, with about dv finite an idea of the moduand means of meatuio- our cur rant txpeiimi na a raw Irishman has of Egyptian hiaroglyphioe. ora charcoal ped lar of honuaty. Ther ruiwt b a speuial Provideneo which vralchea ovar fooU and vouiik mar ried people. In jiointof worldly jkissuhs ioiia wa commencad with nothing, and have had it ever sinco ; for, what with the increased axpenae of living, and our suc cess in adding to the census returns, each year find u as far from the poasession of n resjectable aonipetency as its preducass o." Financially we have scrambled along in a litdter-skelier way, tumbling ilo pud ill of debt from time to time, with now and than a long interval of exemption, to be followed by a new tumble and a new scramble for safety ; unlit now, on thia cold Saturday night in Jaimaiy, my w ife and I Eat eotily by our cheoiful tire, nho with a load of unmended aud to be mended . . I.TW IT II1W1I I Mini. .- ,ll. it. Waii-iiiiin'cr iimi J-w.-ii-r. iii.'i i not yet faded) cull ti fined : n.l r.-tll ilBali'r III Vnt-l.i'.l Im-ka. 1 ' . . ' . l ii ....u. Kroi,tJi..nv...ioorH1,i...v,. round face, that baa gn ula al Tiilrl. -flva Tru.U. . coiit pur bualii'l, for V'uunlry DAB-IKY A.T rOMPAKT, I'onlport. Halt for aalwat 32 -rent r bualtut for country trail-.. P f. AN T N V MAOmNES,C. JOHN K. OAVIV, oil XUK'ir Kim. I'ouiKroy, ha "lila I'lniilny. MHcbint. In jro' or.li'r anil toii.4l;iut i.pumtiun. Kloorlnir, wathor bounllnir, o.i'., kupt i nHilaally on lianil, to fill order. . uptl ' Ji i7aJ Iv S Al I 'JT 1 1 I'N O . " K. lirMHHHKV. lilnrkunilth, In I.W iit w bullil- nir,4a k tf tlis lliuik bull.lintk Pomcniy, Ohio. J..l Work of all kiuila, llorao-tiliuuiiig, dc.-, vvvciil-ij n ilhn.'atnvaa ami uiputcli. . an l. . 1-A I S'TIC Its AM) O hAZ I KIW. I.VN.t-l, 1'Hlnlor ami tilnlcr, wet bMo Court alrnat, lAHrlll iloor abotra Cnarl I'oiimroy, O. . T H A I I l7K lt Y. , ' -W l,J - OHM . blKLS'l'IM. Skilillo ami itnrnvs Maker, Frant Ktrart, llirga mint . ilow Court, I'liiuvroy, will axufiifa nl wurb MirilHl. J tobix-nra with ual iivm ami .INpnl.'-i. fiA'I'llf Kolten up In tba lintltfal mvla, ami fotrtWalac attuiition pnl.l lo Mo.uitail ami plain Harwaiul. . , . lliVf-l rA M r.s V Km n r. Hii.t.lln ami Mrii. Milker. Shop or lUnrk na.tKathliiiriitor.lii Kullaml. O. , .riV-:Av Q 1 xrM7vTvirN ."- 1KrSH rHOSHIK. wasnn nmkr. Mull.crr'Ktri.i-t. wi'il l..., Ihraa .l.i.ir. Ir.im Hitch Ir.'-.l, Homo it.y.O. H nn hn.l lonir .priura in lha lin.u-wi. ha W I.p4 la fxaautf.. In K nvut nn.l uihatautl.il man "iif. all w.lora for hoiiiik, buerla. i'arrla(u dc.t nn abart wotli'M. ail nt ii.aanalli tvrnia. " i i ; x ijhi' n y Vlt.ll.KV.Kiirjn Il-uti.l. Iliiiiiiin r'.l.iill.l- Kuvimi.t Mrtit'1 C In., til? Il' (i ri ii i pMit nma '. tli r(tn fia- L4 aull.il oi .in ul V .!. ll..oil.O. All Kin prompiiy p,-r. Iliuir '-Ki4"in.i.. il Tt-f. . stockings on her mind, and. 1, ostensibly reading, trying to ioIve the great problem of the election between supply and de- maud ;. at least, ao far as to make my own weok'y eupplies cover the weekly demauds of wife, children, the grocer aud the laud -lord. And so 1 sit buried in thought, now brightened by remembrances of early hap piness, anu now darkened oy ahatlcs oi unpaid January billa, which load my desk making the demand for the great staple. money, far exceeding the supply, thereby, aeeording to our best political economists, enhancing it-value. JJeautime my . wife, still laboring uuder the welirhtof the stockings, says, for the third time with increased ' tervor and aligltt asperity, as though Ieuanding a reply. "Oh, dear ! dear! I wish 1 were ruli." . "llichea, my love, take, to themselves wios and fly away," I replied, with the air ol one who had seen myriads of tender young dollais put on I heir pin feathers, become fully Hedged, ond 6oar away to unknown reg'ons, like a flock of wild geeae leaving not eveu the smell of money belli ttd. ' ' "Well, if they do, ihey must to lo I'ooat somewhere, mid I don't tee why son- ol, lbni can't settle heie as welt as elseivhete," snid my wife, ns vhe coni meitied n a fienh 6lokin ; ;inJ then added. 4 with a' kliKhl tiaeh of acidity "There's no danger of our: riches flying away!";......,,- . i.: .: " ,"No, my dear, the-wealth of loving heart,' of unstained conaeiencies', and con tented dispositions, is a permanent iuveet meul and not stall prone to cciial flights. These aie oidy your true: llciies. ; NVith lhase, "you are lichaf than Crtvsus ; w ith out them, poor indeed.". , ( , "That's all viry well, butthat kind of property don't constitute legal ' tarn ler'.i Vwu uaii'lpay the grocer with consciences and, diapoMiiiviiH,. however pure am) -co" tenlad. ,'i'hey tlon'tgo half so far.as prom ie, lor I've known you to make theiir last a year. Jiul 5pe.ikiig.oJ'-thiriI'er re minds Ate ihai l though 1 saw the bottom bfi ffie jBWTbw7feKthia-TOofW 'i?-"9 r! i Now I knewviu "Vii inslant ttiat tUero wasn't flour enodgh in that barrel to make a llotno-ojiaihio bisc'i'nt, for" I had a bint of its 'condition' llui 'day oefore, "in the shape of an inquiiy from ' my wife, '"What is flour worth' iMvr ?" expressed in' 'n tone iutandad to' indicate that she had no more ! interest in the matter than she hail in the number of statute miles between tliearth and the moon. ...... i . , . It is a pleasant little fiction of hers, that a dalicitte hint, relative to the oonsiinipiivu state of that important iiiurredient in do mestic econocay, falls more lightly upon the ear of the moneyless than tho plain and simpln, though appalling' sentiment, "The flour barrel is emp'V and sho will resort to all mimier of expe limits for bringing the case to mind rather than sta'.e it in plain linglisli. rIu fact, I have bo mu tinies thought of teaching her to say it in Hpnuish, and thus remove a little of its harshness, but as she had no aptness for any tongua, except her own, 1 havu aban doned the idea. ' ' '. The mirehase of a barrel of flour is an event in our hoiiaehold economy not to b treated lightly. It requires preparation and consideration. Iu iho first place, a certain sum of money is to be provided to met the t'liinrgf ucy, for whatever latitude the grocer may allow in iniuor -matteVs, when you talk to liiui of 11. nr. you must produce the qwd jtt u quo, or there is no trade. The next point to be deeided is tho se lection of the brand." This lends to a friendly interchange of views between the head of tho home department, which al ways results in my being commissioned to purchase the highest priced artiule in the market, and a caution. to nvo'd nil attempts at false economy by investing in achoaiier quality. Iu my. .niHcrer days, I once male a pocchase- of a barrel: of netiontl attain Y fa tl. irrocer called it) to see if my wife woithl know the diU'erenco ; and I bflievo that I have had the biscuit that were made from it thrown al me ever since. You should see my wife when sho as sists at the oiM'tiiii-. of the new barrel, and i us Miiowy treasures aie disclosed to her gratelul giix.- Smiles tlimple lier rosy cheeks, and pleasure sparkles in her eyea Ilow tenderly she lifts each dipperful from its receptacle, extinin.'S it with' tho eye of a l u.l and proiioiince its titiaiity with the air of an uxiiert ! And what n glow of housewifely riatisfactioii mantle her fail- face, wheut he tirst baking confirms Iter judgment ! And then as day by day. she descends deeper into its recesses, each .ipiterftil, snowy though it be, leaves a -IkiJo upon 1 or brow, until at last the Hour and the smilus and dimples disappear together. As I nit reading of nn evening, I can hear that wooden dipper thumping nt the staves or gently scraping the bottom of the barrel as it descends in nearch of the wheiewit.hal for the bread of the coming day, and 1 know that my wife is intimating by th5e means the necessity of n fresh supply as though she told me in so many words, for she. knows that I hear every thump. And by and by she comes in looking nst'omure as a kitten, mid none bu' the initiated would ever dream that she had an empty Hour barrel on her mind. but tho next day brings a Ire till barrel, fresh smiles aud dimples, and renewed depletion of the ahead- attenuated purse. Ihe smiles and dimples, are always cheap at tho price, even .if the ll.ur is tot.; : . As I meditated on this momentous sub ject, 1 could see by the knitting of her brow atlil the increased vigor with which she applied herself to i her weekly task. that my wile s financial aspiration was still woikingin her- mind, and knowing by long experience .hat con lined i thoughts, like explosive gases, must have vent, and fearing that some more violent remark might bo shot at me, like a pellet - from 4 gun, I replied : ' "True, my dear.-1' know that the grocer will only he satisfied with gold or its equiv alent, which he is much better calculated to appreciate than purify of intention' and loftiness of soul, aud fortunately for him it is much more plentiful iu tho market, though scarf e enough with us. But for nil that we have untold treasures, if we did but know if." "They must be untold, for I never heard of ih em before: ' If you have such abun dance, I wish you would spare me enough to buy that black silt dress you promised j me so long ago. J " 1 --. It is to be inferred from this remark that my wife is prone' to" extravagance in hei tastes ir habits. She is usually con lent with' plain and modest attire. ' She ban never hidden herself in theV I'evesses of a whalebone pyramid nor submitted to the modern species of female cooperage; for, us .he plainly lemaiks. "Anybody can see that 1 um a tub" 'without my being hooped." ' " (fehe only weighs two hundred and one Hunds avoirdupois:) No Ain- fiaid milliners bills iinuut her walking lours fnwr mine.)' No ' needy 'd rese nt judgment agaiimt Iiei I am alitned ll.al bli.,i",;BVm'thitf in I ' i i .i ' '.' 1 ' 1 l:l ' It ' . . ner iieau worm . proieciing. tqiiiao im)hv ladk'S whopntronixe curUiilfd lmiefn w iill inoie. rihhou lliaii crowiCau4 irecurtaiu than com foil.' , , , .,.(, . , , '. ' She fully agrees with me when,! leclure our young female friends ,ou the. fxtiava gauce of the age, although. she ..cmiteiids that tho inen are as niuclj io blnme for tt as tlie women. , Of course. I. never assent to this oii ion : and tliat lead a friendly argument,, front, which, m.iny (wii opinion j always gain the .aisuage-rtlioHhiJ must conies that I am uecasiouallygvor pprnj'by, jt, toyreii't- ySJfVi lvW'y when soma frjeudry neighbor ef ixniaw iny wife's side oi Lficvouesi.ioti. I" -.h enso' presented for bisection the various Articles .which constituted the juvenile wurdrohn '; and I mitrtt conft'ss Untl aeeu through lli.it medium; niy imposing array, of figures seemed scarcely Urge enough to fill one of the smallest rents among the multitude Si ill 1 fondly hoped that my calculations had a tendency to raise my wife' spirits, aud I was unwilling that alio, should kink back in lo that slough of darning-needles and yarn So l continued the subject : ' i t'Clnihes,' my de.-r 'especially in the case vf. ihiUreuaie a inere matter of form a bliiul adhert'tiv o .he ruiins of soci ety. .If it cost more to wear shreds and " r ,i-i.. ... ii., Do you eiijipose that I.lie : woman evei MtilvKtiiw ''tnl-is Leal : Old nigtitis plofessi'S' gieat pitiiy.-.-He claim, too, ecpeciully til his iuieiyien lived who.wmld prel'ei singly U) : iiimi i ieil j with liis pastor, to he a veiy sin lioiis snd life liad xhe ever met with a. man .wlioui i ilevoiit reader 'of ' his IJible. The g.anl she coiihl reallv love'? 1 have seen cold, ; hook, 'got lip in the largest 'family size, i tha n " Vrl ibt c ' "jjai 'ments i f ten ts ' n M' brr ren-lered faihhi-Hul;'"aH proud,' intellectual woman 'apparent jnelf siKdiinod, gliding like i lie moon on her solitary path alone, : di Huong light, fmr' l aps, hut , no warmth ; to the supertic.ial observer look in lT as Ciirelesslv down upon c ... . ill wiits ! !u u pi hi his parlor table. - He I scarcely ever lails ,to call att nlion lo it, ! its woilh find aacieduess,'. to every visitor, I On the occ.tr.oiti of the visit of his p.isi.ir, ! he is eftpecinllv rlo.iueut afJ devout. " II.' ' .'1 . ! I . . I.. joy as upon soriow ; "lint no power on , seenis to gi.ay in iciimg at wrnii nu enriy earth cottlvl persuade niui that beneath tlial . ao "Ho lirsl reiiU il lliroiigli, lecoiiuting llio many Iiiiiok he. i.- done , llie satiie rnf" JUW'R.M''. atjbLo.vi'Ji'i 'Mm imiU wtallJ.o-sftlit1it:lbow(l Oj.jjii -tunny, nr ,a lira-) niina upoji'.tuo position oi ma enemy uuuer more iavoi able auspices.t ,. .... r. i, t..-rifrl ,7 . My . wife.-detesta . flounces, (sk is too stout to. wear, them,) has no hankering after "moirs antique,'' - and, only ,know -of "Honiton". by having seen it meiiiioiicd iu our daily pajmr. To besure shedisisii't believe all the cn'icisui upon the ashions which she sees i;i that piper, and she avail goes so far as tossy that she has.. ho idea that the editor himself bvlioved them... 1 think she is hardly just to the editor- a vry clover fellow by the way, who never meddles wilh anything but politics, except Church matter, ladies", dresses, and fish aud who never gets into trouble a long as ho stick to politics aud fish... -- But to return lo tho black silk dress. -Some years ago ( I tloii't care to remembvr how many), under the influence of an ex cess of sUactiou and a delusion iu regard lo my financial prosricct, 1 had male a rash proinUolo purchase such an article for hui especial ue and adornment ; but had coupled the promise with the impor tant proviso, "sometime." 'We had pre viously canvassed the . relative merits of calicoes, cashmeies, silks and satins, and had decided that one good silk dress was worth half a dozen of any of the others, not only for its present purpose but as being more available in ils later stages for the decoration of the young scions of our house, and a sly hint was thrown out that a spare "bn a'h" out of tl.o tkirl might bo very Useful in l efaciugany coat of mine that might stand in neeii of that operation The "sometime" before alluded to has nol yet arrived, aud from present appearances, it is as far off as when the promise was made. Still, it linger in my wife's mem ory, and she occasionally brings it to my mind among, -I fear,, many .other .unful filled promises. '... . In regard to-the, dress, you may de pend upon having il 'sometime," but the treasures iif which I was speaking are nol exactly available for that purpose at pies-' out," I replied : "but. I van easily con vince you that we n v p ss. sn-d of them. Are there not seven rosy. cheeked cherubs fat least yov call them so when they are not in mischief.) now sleeping in happy unconsciousness of money and ils attend ant evils, each one y( theui woilh.it weight in gold ? I've heard you ssy so many a time. Now al a moderate eslimale they will average fifty pounds a piece. hiven Calilornia gold is worth two luinaied dollars a uotind. So we have three hun dred aud fifty pounds of cherubs at two hundred dollais a pound, which, nccurd ing to simple intiliipliia ion, makes seventy tho'usaii.l dollars' worth of those little heavenly bodies alone." "Nonsense, l..-y" . , "Oh I but it isn't nonsense. Thcrw it is figured according to your own estimate. ihoii 'h society turns up its t;noee aJ, last t'ear's . fashions though , loye . looks ..as; k auco nt a seetiv lover, anu even the Church' puis its bati on the Mireadbiiro coal, you and I can jog on our way' regardless of frowns , aud favors,' conscious, of that hidden treasure which gilds and brightens . .ii .. ouroarttiiy oxistcnce. And then, again, compare our condi tion with that of our first parents, when tiny had "notice to quit from the trroat Landlord, ami first-commenced lioue keeping on thuir.owu account, 'lheir wardrobe wa extremely limited, nud I've no doubt Eve would have bean v.try th.ink- lul for a niiieiHOiiiv calico.' and : Adam would not have so scorned good .satinet, htlhi pairing birds as they even though the cut of llie garments had lavs old. l or however rural smooth. ice there smouldered no volcano no, ,, reasoning . persuade , rue ,thaj, y-hose finger Would not rather have been twist ing, a baby' soft cui islfian turning the leave of 'mii'siy folios' ud negative' shake of th lffad w forced dailgw prft-ewt -ny M foonjjoUo.wiug-w ihe woman who was tr) i"ng to niake her ' self bglii've'sucii a lie. Let' her pile h'er ho .k, ah If upon shelf, and sciibble' liir csiveil a ii.isteruf visit from hi clergvwitin. I hill', nn I oiil:iri;iiiLj upon the theme ol his last ivadiug.' Maiiy yeaiS since Suiggius . I.isi it'-'tiote of hitiid," that n cus 'onrer lul l given hini in A-iiTwlctlgiiotit of a dehf, Heevseoulfijit ai,. suitsj U4,. - A lawsuit grew Viu.Au ' ii and he was worsulil'lii Ihe 'siiit' t-is Week 'tie' fei The old subject of tho Scriptures rains up. oiuggms said that having- read it through in Course, us was his custom once a year, he had just recommenced it'. Ho had that day been particularly edified Willi sums new points of interest that he had discovered in Ihe history of the creation. oeeii a law t a tig leaf suit might appear, it is not ex actly adapted for general uie, especially with llie thermometer at xer:. . And 1 don't think that a lady of your weight in the commuiiiiy would apjiear to advantage in that primitive style of dress" " Perseveration '." exclaimed my wife, as 6he colored with indignation at the idea and laid down the last of the stocking preparatory to -.coking her nightly rest. She never calls me "Perseverance" ex cipt when she is astonished or indignant ; and 1 knew by the tone of her voice that t would be useless to pursue thu subject at present. So, winding up my argument and the In lit wood-clock that graces our mantle, I ad di eased myself to sl-.iuiber. while that murmered aspiialieti floated on ihe midnight air from my wife's half opened lip, "Oh, dear ! I wish I were rich !" her pen,'ink, paper, 'thoughts, eyes ami cnnule give out and then let her; turn round aud face her woman's, heart if she dare ! 1 defy her lo stop long enough to listen one half hour to its pleadings. 1 defy her to sit down in the still moonlight and look on, while memories in mournful procession debts before her soul s mirror, : Iho pastor joined in bis tervor, an4 pr- without a cry of anguish. I defy her lo j posed lo show him some of the beauties iu listen to the brook's ripple, the' whipjreil j the first book of (Joncsis. Hniggins got leaf-music, or to look at the soft clouds, his snectat'les. The pastor opened ihe the quiet Stars, the blossoming Hovers, llie . niiva volume at the place slated. Upon build their lurniii r ihe lirsl hat, bniggins, with tin nests and above all, upon a mother with peiuoii fctvor, grabbed a bit of paper her babe's arms about bar neck w ithout I lying between the leaves, nud impatiently aud a very pretty be-mi the world sum, H makes lo Now, ni) dear. little with what is my love ?" This wa a poser. My. wife looked up in a haze of blank astonishment as her mind grasped the idea, and 1 trembled for fear she might say "nothing,", and thus overturn tho whole ground work of my theory, lint as booh as she had swallowed the idea aud mentally, digested it, she replied, , , . ' "Why don't you nsk me what the air is worth ? for 1 could dispense wilh otic ns well as the other." . , .' 1 '.hanked my wife for the compliment, and eongraiulaled. myself that she had drawu no worse comparison between my love and the air ; and continued i "Welt, then, what do you consider the air: worth V .. . u!. ; ls , "I shan't answer any such foolish quel tion, for, if you go on. with your calcula tions, you'H make us oul millioiiau-c." "Thai's what I .intend to do ;" anil I think 1 nni safe iu jiulting down tho love at a. Hundred 'thousand. 'then there is my honor, which ie worth itt least as much as the love " ,. . i , , i. ., ... "I've no doubt of. it," interrupted my w l f e - ''For you wouldn't value the one with out the other.- '. So there you have the sum total of three items alone cherubs seventy thousand ; .Jove a hundred thousand ; and honor as much more making the snug sum of more than' a quarter of a. million, of dollars,' to say ilo'.hing of 'other items that might be mentioned, and which would perhaps double the amount, besides cash on baud amounting to one dollar and seven teen cents." . ' 1 paused for 'my deaf wife to appreciate the lull' force of my reasoning, ( she Is little slow at- figures, ) and when she had time to turn ihe. whole subject iu her mind, I asked.; , : .. "What have you to say to that ? "All 1 have to say lo that," replied my wife, is, "I would u t advise, you to set uj a carriage on the strength of your property And if I thought we were worth a quarter ot. that sum, 1 wouldn t mend such a look ing slocking as this." , Saying which, she nuikeis rise up in judgment Hgmimt her." ,,eIU UP H' blocking ol our eldest girl, Her bonnet Is much to huge for our young- minus Ihe heel and two-thirds of the toe fit daiiL'htMt. B-cd eii-ht vcar?. and really ) " 11 "r eni near the top ol llie leg. eemf..l dei ..ieil to ue as well us oruaiueii!. I "And then look av lh:il, and th.it, and JC3Tn ilinorsnt letter writer for the Boston "I'ost," supposed to be John O. Sie. tells tho folio wimr 6toiv in one of hi very auiusiu g lvtlei wrilteu from Teii nessea: . .,''"' Not less than four years ago Andrew Johnson f popularly called "Andy,") now in the United States Senate, wa lha Dem ocratic candidate for (lover nor of Tenn araiut Gentry. "American." l'arson Hrownlow , the notorioii "fighting Meth ' - ... r . t .... . rn ..tr. : . ii . .1. . oiiist, oi tne ivnoxvuio "o niXi was "io warm parlisau of (ion try. ' Eastman, as the conductor of the leading Democraiii' journal was, of coin so, with Johnson, and as is his wont, gave thu enemy vigorous and telling blows. (Jeiitry was dale.tled, but in honor of his "brave associates, partners of his toil," he celebrated the grand event by a grand supper, at which Hrownlow was present. When tho com pany l a I got pretty deeply into their cups, and weru uiowing laiher boisteious, ihe parson (who happens to be a teetotaller) thought ho " had butter retire, and was making a movement to tUut ellaut, when he was stopped by Gentry w ilh the obser vation that "No minister of the Gos pel should come into hit house aud enjoy Ins hospiiamy aim go on wiiuoui praying in tho family." Brownlow full the rebuke and at onco set about hi duty, lie read a chapter in the Bible, sang a hymn, nud a mm commenced a prayer, lie prayed lor Gentry and his household and friends, for tho welfare of Tennessee, of lha national turning soul sick away. Mhe w not a woman if she can do oiherwiso. She is not a woman if she can be satisfied w ith1 clasping her own arms oter a waist w hich belongs lo nobody but herself. 1 dnelare her to be a machine a stick ami carved in straight instead of undulating lines at that; she's an icicle an ossilication -a petrifaction an or'jalioit a monster let her keep her stony eyes and cold lingers off ma; she has no place in this living, breathing, panting, loving world out upon her lor a walking mummy h ave her lo her Hieroglyph his, which I than goodness are beyond my understanding. rshaw - there are no such women ; they are only making llie best oi wnaij.iio young ihey cm t help ; they are eat ing their own 0il; i i i. .... . .i..;.,.. I v iitjm is out inn uiai-iiiL; ii" "'V' J "'S' They ought all to bo wives and mothers. Cats, poodle-dogs, parrots plants, cana ries and vestry meetings are nothing to it. No woman ever has llio faintest glimpse into heaven till she has nursed her own baby; in fact 1 half doubt if hhe has earned a right to go there till she has le gitimately had one holdiiiv; it up to the light vociferously ex claimed; "liy all the powers of earth, there is that d d no'e of Snooks, that I've been looking for these ten years, and that tho rHSi-al's cheated me out of." The pastor said nothing upon the point to wliiYli tvoallule, but at, oiii-e wondered to himself how it could be thai in leading the Bible throuht so many times, Sniggin ha I failod to begin at the first chapter of Oon UrilS. A Yoiiiik Devil. The Baltimore Ib'publicJtn gives the fol lowing as a few of the exploits of a son of a very respectable ci'iz"ii of that city. villain is only niieen ye.-us Not long ago, a i-oii'tg Nefotindland dog. dog the favorite of his father, wa securely tied by thia young Nero, who aa'uratedthe unfortunate animal with ramphene r etherial oil, and set fire to the inflammable fluid, which had the effect of masting poor Twser until life became ex'inct, afiarthe endurance ol the most intense, ngonuiitg sufferings wliich the human mind cam o i- Mow were I an old maid had no 'man ; eeiva . The vmin. demon beinir well had sense enough lo endow me with lha j pleased at the result of this gran 1 expert names of wile aud mother, 1 would not go round the world whining about it, either in prose or verse, any more than -1 would ell'ect a stoicism, transparent to cvaty be holder ; 1 would itist adopt the lii si fat baby I could find, though I had to work my lingers to the bone to keep iu liula mou.li tilh:. I. 1 would havo some motive to live something to work for some lhin' in flesh and blood, whose soul 1 menf in crti"iy, next endeavored also to mast alive his little sister, a bright, intel ligent child, ah. nit, six years of age. Ilnvr ing playfully bound her legs and nrms with a clothes linn. h placed her npn-i the viHiking-stovn in ihe kitchen, boated to art intenne degree, in order to prepare dinner for the family. Tho fduieks awl yells of tho agonized little victim were fortunately hea'd by ths mother, who rushed down could call my own some Htlelive, warm nn I removed tho poor child before she wss thing to put my cheek against when my ! fatally injured. Toleration of the young heart ached. .Unprotected a little child ! villinn's crimes had now ceased to be a wilh its pure presence, should he lay pro-1 virtuo.snd the father was engaged in prep t.ction.' 1 wouldn't dry up and blow off I nratins to effect hi removal to the like a useless leaf, with the warm, fi a-j Housa of Kuluge. when the hopeful )outh uranf. Kiinsliiii.i and blue skv aljout mo. ! soiddenl v disappeared nt nitrht lrom Ins and my heart beating against my breast dwelling, ami no tidings have been lmard like a trip-hummer. My little room of him since. My tltuuldn't be cheerless and voiceless. I tiouian t mo mi some nine voice uati caueu What Cas bk Donk ox omk newt of me 'mother," though my blood did not j (u,,l llD.Th editor of the Maine Cul flow'iu its losy veins. 1 W.have some- ,iv;ltor published, a few days ago, his man thing to make sunshine in my heart and jnt,emei f oneacre of ground from which home ; my nature shouldn't be like a tree j Wfl ,riU,or following result: glowing ch.se to a stone wall, only on j cjite-thicd of an acre of corn usually halt ot winch caught tne mr ana confederacy, of the Amcriuun engle, and the star-apangled banner, for Christen dom and heathendom, for the uuivarso and "the rest of .mankind..", "And final ly," said the parson, "we pray thee, O Lord, it it be pvsttoi in tne pieiiuiuue oi ihy infinite mercy, to pardon and save Andy Johuson and 1... U. r.asinian. "Stop! stop!'. exclaimed Gentry, "don't let him do that iV would txhautl th plan of tulvativi!!'., ,.-. , ' . . . ; . , ..'.,. .KIllUSiCMS. '. ,. . .; How tvuoiit is, that "a soft Answer turneth away Wrath." and that- deeds of kindness, in return for evil, are as heaping coals'of fire upon one's head. The rule ol kindness is a part of the great law of love, eveu as pure love is a part of the Divine Spirit. Kiudness is as cheap aniti8b.au- titul; it may be given in a look, or word, wilhout diminishing aught of wealth. Willi courtesies, alone, we may illumine our pathway and pluck down blessings which no gold can puichase. . lo be broth erly, to befriend, cheer and. console, as far as iu us lie; these are sue crowning graces of humanity, and all these are born of kindness. A good-tempered,' well- mannered person, is one Or the most beau tiful aud blessed things of earth the di vinely human bud ol a diviuoly flowering humanity. If people knew how much, by pleasant Courtesy to .one another, and cheerful obedience to their parents, they can command of admiration aud love. they would endeavor to cultivate good be havior and deliuht in ii. Lot them avoid evil communications, and".vil companions: let them keep lheir hearts and their tongues pure; let tliom be sincere and lionvst; lot them speak the truth always; ne matter what the temptation tc, inlnohood, speak the truth truthfulness is the cheap of jewels: Let us study and strive to be kind, no matter how 6eininly tiivial the occasion, uor how small the piomised fiuit, it is tho only language ol ..in nattily thst i'S hum ei-.tl and ii utifiiLle. light and sunshine no, I would tear myself up by the roots, and turn round and re-plani myself. Hornt I ird should come, make its home with mo, and sing for ma ; else what use were my sheltering leaves ? Bolter the lightning should strike ma, tho woodman's ax cut mo down. Fawny 1'skji. or produced thirty bushels ot sound com for grinding, besides some refuse. This quantity was sufficient for family use and for fattening one or two small hog. From the same giound he obtained two or three hundred pumpkins, and his family supply of beans. From the same bed of six roils square ho usually obtained sixty bushels of ouious; these he sold nt one dollar pel bushel and the amount purchased hia flour, Thus, from ouo-lhird of an acre and (lie onion bed, lie obtained his breadstuff. Tha rest of the ground was appropriated to all sorts 'of vegetables for the summer arid winter tio potatoes, beets, parsnips cabbage, green corn, pens, beans cucum bers, melons, squashes, ic, with fifty or sixty bii'helA ol beefs and carrots ir tne winter food of a cow. Then he had a flower garder, also raspberries.' cuirants aikI gooseberries, in-a great variety, sad a few choice apple, pear, plum, cherry peach, and quince tree. .s yVe Warn, privately, says tho Blue Ridg Republican, that a most hor rible affair occurred near Washingnon, Rappahannock county, on Thursday last. A man by the name of James Johnson, killed his wife by administering to her a doss of strychnine in a glass of lemonade. He was in Washington a day or two bolore inquiring the price of coffins, s:at ing that his wife was subjoct to spasm, ami lis expected to have use for one at .ilm.t anytime. Sho tasted the lemonade, hut declined drinking it, saying it was too hit tar. He told her that it was aloes, "and that the Doctor said it would be giajd for hr. She thank it all, and in hall mi hour wan a corpse. Tiie case has caused great X'-lietni,nt in the neighlfoihood. The liend fwts he n arrested ntni safely lodged m jaih ; Il hi said that l.e waaim terms ol intimacy with .... ... . i Fw,r- ,.,..,. ai i; E3 - a window. ' ' m m m' '" ' iccped by the Commonwealth's 'Attorney r.f7(j''- Scott will s.hii be seventy -two ' since the muider. A post mortem ex un -years of age, ot which time fifty years ina ioii has breti held, but we haw not have bun j-peju in the nMvi-o i his j he ml the result. Fioni all acomii'sii u -outitiv. ' 'liu isi dchbentt-4!i J'niLuman .tli.tii. i t-iT It seems that tho murdered wife of Arnold, near Jessamine, Ky., had left him for his cruel treatment, and instituted it suit tor divorce and alimony against him. He watched her one day as she went with another lady lo pick strawbei ries, and fol lowed her, demanding that the suit shoulil be withdrawn, lie then threatened to kill her, and drew a revolver, when the other woman fled. Horror stricken, she prom ised to live with him again, lie replied by telling her that she was lying, am' imine- lialely fired at her. the ball grating her temple. She sprang to him aud begged lor mercy, lie re!used. one then ap pealed to him for lime to pray, and was allowed to pray for her husband, her chil dren nud. herself. Arnold then grasped her with one arm. inexorable to all her sup plications for mercy, tired at her tbres times, each ball taking effect in ihe head. The face was frightfully disfigured by tha wounds and powder from ih. pistol. Not content with this, the lien I mutilated her person wilh a knife, and then piling brush upon it left the scene. Meanwhile, th woman who fled told the 8'.ory, and Ar nold was pursued and arrested at his moth er's house in the act of writing his wilK m JC57- Teach a child that there is harm iu eveiythiiig. however innocent, and so soon as he discovers the .-heat, he will see no sin hi anything. Thai's the reason dea eons tons seldom turn ut well, and