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A" VILLAOES, i , , , .!ver the river oa tie lull, ..... ji i. Licth Village while and still; JA.ll arouiid it the forest trees , '' ' shiver and Whisper in thehreetej .. irw it filifi(T shadows iro ' " ;' -o! v.i ::)f firing hawk and screaming crow,., And mountain grasses, loir and sweet ;o . Grow ia the. middle of. eyerr .street. Another village licth still; " ' ' ', , ; . ,. i ; . yti ' rhcre- Dee in the cloudy night n ." . " " Twinkling stars of household light, - 'i Fires tht gleam frqia the smithy's door, -: Mists, that curl on the rive shoi-o; , .... '""" And in the roads no grasses grow, ; -- i i -For the wheehtlhal hasteu.to aadfi " ,! 'In that tiling on thhnirr,, .-,,,,,-. . .Hercr is sound of smithy pr mill; flower V Th houses r thatched with jjrass.and ) cWt a tell. the hours! .'jAi"t. : - The marble doors are always shut, you cannot euwsr m uau ui jiui. Never again to sow oi? reap-" j , -i Never in dreams to moan or sigh, In thafr village under the hill, . ; j Whe? the night i starry and Mill, , .,, i - r Many a weary soul in prayer. . j ,aibB.Looks't4 the other-, village there, ; ; r, A 1 weeping and sighing longs to go Up to-'that hcrtne fronx this below; j Lcngs. to sleep byUie forest wild, WhitKeriia"Ve Vantshedife nd child, j -frntto-An)J hcareth, praying, this answer Tall: j - a; n suptieneel that village ahall hold ye alU'! pisfeilang, -4- DUEL BY CANDLELIGHT. --! -.t t- T " Ifcwas in the wiatrf4851 tlie 17th "T"6rN6vember : Well do I remember the yTe.fr'?1 'circumstancea iI am kbout, ta "jrelatebui Vnp matterj J.; -The. experieace of j an ; early Adventurer ck.ere is ddtted with endiiiing landmarks, to'guide the noiseless step'cf '.reeollec- ; tion back through, the dim vistas "of the i"Ta6t,iand lengthen the great way of life.' " Broadj'ttis 'eveningj is .the road we trav-"I'eled.to-day and flowers still blossom be side it, and i thorns still. linger in "the' sight, but further back it narrows into a ; thread-like path, along' which the flow ' ST$yi& dead and 8ceritlesS,and' touching here and there at a inpmcnt of bliss the "--sepulehre of hope approaches theconf """fitieajof memqry, and is sopn lost'to'Cur t OMght., , f ..... . , , , ., , .... : . , ; ' ,: . ,Wn, it was the 17th of November f r ;-The day had been a. dreary, driz&lirig "one,:-nd as night approached the wnid "Tulle37andf fj .jieayy pg rolled like :a t O mightj valanghe pf ano.W(Oxer.the hills v.. west: ofiaa Franoiauo, and settled in a ,i fh ibfepalmost drenching;? iflist over muddy 'tr'eeHl,i'ridh6u8et6p indeed a cheerless evening,' and "we did : not won der then, Jtotf o we ow,r.that the gam - 'bling houses" we're crowded, and-tLe bars the;drinkihg saloons'crowdedj for the .pity" was" 'thronged .withsangefi-ij .and -promenading the lialf -paved tree'tsr by the udcertdih light of aii occasional door "'Tamp cokrd isciircely be deemed a positive fr.-e liie.Mjil Dorado, '3 was . the. great .cen- ter of attraction. It wa3 not only one of "the" iargestj aM jnps' substiintial struc la urea jn; tha. city.but its proprietors were lu -men" whose wealths was counted by tens -S'-of thousasdsj and every bank in-its a "jp'acious tsklodn'was ' loaded with' golden slugs 'and 'ouhces. '' Thro'ughthe room were ranged "no less' thaS twenty tables, "at which1 were played faro;' monte, vingt -.JUet hoii1,' Tansquedet; and4 r variety' of THB TWO F ( ('- I., Si i: . oiuer gaiucDj me very uamea oi wnicn , have osaaped-. me; while from a raised 'm platform poured forth a continual flood def efxisilemusie' frora a best , musicians in. th'e 7'countryl' -The finest WsfcjiJ talent Iri JitfieStafe found 1bnipl6mni In 'thd gambling saloons of xjan x rancisuo auii oacramento, . ana mafty'bP't&enioat ircrted'-e'rfoTmers in lithe country tor-day, madCtheir debut he- fore BAudience.ie6 gaunblera,: imon-. jf ton, the.; well known .violinist, and Petti tio8, one bf J the best - pianoists in the 6tate,"for 5two , year .occupied " together fm 4, he 'plattorm pi . the Jbul Dorado at . sacra -xwiaento receiving sixty -four 'dollars: per -' (lay fortheir services, and. the very first " musicians m tne city once led afl orches ifcea at another' gambling house tri" the -3tv of the Plains." -? : ,' jVs we said ieff ethe El Dorado ,waa . cjrowdea.. r Many were betting and ven jturing' their last dollar with an uncertain characteristic of the times, while as many more weft! elbowing dierf wav from one "ih'n tfee gratification' of their' curiosity', j. ana wfc. Yain aope seeing iSorne aes- i-perate, gamester -'.Hap a bant and win " A" dozen or more were reelmr- thTonfh . .... -I 1 i . . . . , O c 4ie.,5alpon,ent1,'ely 9 wealthy, in jtheir "-owirestimation,, even 'to cpvet; the piles aid of lucre around them, while 'not a .few 1,1 -'"might be observed with hands jammed ""'in their empty pocketstaring abstractly atifhe - progress of a game that had ' re lieved thehtoF the !at:punce. i MJF-'The bSnd' )iad ;cbipinenced: its second perfprmnce' for the evening, and seeded; I t .'fnJn&e.uii,,iB voiBiero.us eieouuon, id arpvn the clamor of clinking gold, when a tall, ' "muscula'c looking mines stopped in front .tW the door, and gazing: a moment at the iene withini'buttonod his thin1 doat loiind ' him, ' and started f slo wly;' down t Washington ' street, lie ' was' coarsely . but comfortably clad - A pair of heavy brbWhiskers completely covered "his ... .facej'andV'tne broajdt' prim "of" 'a slouched '.'..( ,at rested .almost, upbnj his shoulder j , :i ej"Jhis way, Jane, ':said a voiqa to a fe . male who had just emerged from a small tjrobden building immediately1 below the M oradA and ;staqd Jies.itating beside a fil ff jnud and water. ;t , . :r Th winer stopped, and as- thei woman ' jcarefally-iselected 'SteppiBg-ipIace and ' sprang to ihd aremeritj 'ne involuntarily vnght her by the arm ', Sbm.ewhafi '.fur . prised at ... the . prompt . assista nces she gazed into -h&uanghora &ce for a mo "nten;''aisd thanking him politelyj passed ' b'VitB 'her companion, who had taken ; A.mor?, circuitous Hiif, 'lesa daiagerous (to, w hs ptoJjghed boots) r route, . fcov ibe .kide-: . .Hesitating a moment, the miner turned ',, foHow.edl ;Ie Started a he 'saw her le?ty$4&wiifg fealopn';,' Pushing - : hi way througlj..tlie.f iowd, U Deit dia-,-r-i covered her seated behind a ma .3 table. We 'dPnftt wonder that he looked 'at her I more than once, and that his heartbeat, "-nmtr-tbatrhia dark eves flashed for her sweet nw1 wao-paie- ana' carewou, aim the 8m lie that -played upon it; was? is a wayside sunbeam. Her eompanibhwho "called"" and 'cashed the gamef as she turned tne cards, . was j wnat aijy lady, without a too careful scrutiny of his face, would have pronounced a finei looking man.. 'He Was dressed in the ejttreme of good taste, with" the exception; perhaps of. too great a display of lewelry.,, His features were regular, ., and jhis eyes piercing and restless;, but that frond curl oi nis up, wnicn not unireqnenuy ae- I notes firmnejis andmanlv indinendence recklessness and disdain. . , The cards were shuffled and a ''lay put" given. -;, -y;.'' , v.: ' "Make yonr bets, gentlemen," . sang out the gambler,', while lie jmgled a pile of silver lying' before him: "a jack and ten-mate your beta' ' . sr !'i ; ' VPulling Ms Mt over ' "his eyes," the mi ner approached the table and carelessly tossed att: oiuhce upon tie ten... The dealer, looked ''up, and again ' her eyei met those 01 the unshorn stranger., . one knew not why--for a thousand eyes haa erased as intensely into hei s before- but the color mounted to ber" cheeks, ..and she involuntarily admonished the miner to withdraw his bet. The indication; slight 'though ft appeared, was not lost to the gambler" who answered .it with frown as dark, aa midnight, and turned searchitig stare upon the stranger, who met it with, such a glance of, defiance that it brotight the hand" of the gambler to the handle of the revtlver in his belt The;rwpman.'"obseryed jjll. "'.Th ,toiner quietly folded his arms and the. dealer, with .trembling hand, aborted the cards. The jack won.' Aeaiu' the cards were' dealt, and two' ounce were thrown In stead of one.'. ".'.He lost i second timesnd again ana again, uni . a pile oi goiu pieces"; liad Ibeen , traisferred ,ftpm; his pocket to the table. - : Let ; your , huspanfl deal,. ...aaidJne loser; . addressing- the woman; ''perjftps it may change my luik-'V.- 'm''- ""Certainly Said Die gambJerj reach - mg lor his cards. At . the mention f the word "hus- band," a! peculiar smile, rested upon his 1 . '"' . ' it- ' i nil ' '' t'- 1 ' r "t lips, ana tne eyes or tne woman aroppea to the table as. if tf avoid the scrotiny of the stranger, that he might not read in them a confessi tnat she. hap., no husband, although ihe was a mother. But he- read 'all- kiew all.. Again, the "ck-dsj were' dealfc1- 'There was -1 a perceptible) nervousness-, or tne ..,.1 ' A.l bupd,' and a Strang ,twinklein'the eyes of the miner as he drew from the pocket of his -overcoat !iwo rpurad8.&yi eyes were turned'foward him. 12: "III bet two hundred ounceroTi tire ace,"" bo' exclaimed to- the'lstrJiiFshed gambler dropping the sacks ofdust upon the taiieJgana vur. atawxuiearas myT 'Pive'bMntred' dollars tkelfimt,'" exclaimed the gambler. 51.1V 'A 'There is'ao limit to 'your rascalit-y!" thundered . tie ' stranger, ;"hp . should there be to jour game," and fie placed the purses "it his pocket." - !."' The gamblerprang to . his iect with his: hand upon liis revolver, hut,'.. ere he could draw tta!blow frpm the horny list or the stalwartOminer sent aim reeling oil the floor: ;',. :.;?,; ',;;' 'n .". ; . , ' Ip-'a.mpmehtall was1 confasion. A dozen gamllersk rushed hurriedly 'from the adjoining tables, to the:refecue of the fallen blackleg,' with pistols and-knives ghttering in thelampLght, The.woman had risen tfr'hei; feet; and stood speech less, behind the HtableJ-. 7,; .r ' '; X.t : . Stand; :backli'' ;'shouted; Jhelnlnerj drawing from a belt with his left1 haid a httge Bowie knife, and swinging an eight inch navy revolver-in tne otaer; atand back! he repeated,- retreating against the of lOodiriC strew the floor wittlrc casesVst ? iF'iiiy.in'rii'i , ,"Shoot him.. down!" cried, one of .the gamblers, brand ishijna a, pistol aboye "his head, and evincing little-inclination tol i VThe .first, man .that -pult a-trigger dies,';said .' an elderly Vmaa breaking through, the crowd, and - plating himself begide 'the.ndn-hear'ted mi-rip.' "Tea to one is too great an paas ipi any odds toe any man,- tie is -a perfect, stranger , to me, .but he shall have fait play: 1 i -i'RightL: rightr.' shouted the crowd, beginning to understand tjhfe nature of the broil, 'give him a clance, and a' dozen inPre '. pistols' suddenh:; found ;the light;. ";'', 1 ;';,';" ' ; 'y k '. -'.'Let' me at him!" y ellea' (Jhe gambler who. had been knocked donj.attempting to get to the 'offender through : the throng.. ,' ,';' ;- ' li.yy.'i;:; ;. ... 'Make way for him,'7 hicsed the-minef, "and I will, use. nothing Jjnt'. this!" and he raised his twelve" inc&'owie knife, and put himself into an atfitude of"do--fense; .-t;.-.-. -:'. . "t-':-l"' " '" ;.5lHpld,"j,said ; the -elderly man,-who il j i: "ill : t naa nrsi msisiea upon iair play, it you really waftt xto fight, select mer-epot wn -111 Trrkit txf art 1-1 o ' ' "You aek-right, yGfriend," said the miner;'"but I will -ineet yon scouiidrel where' he will,' whe"h: h'e will; and -with what lip "Willi"'? vx. ,.r ooiJ tEiioagh," slid tits- gimbler, rendered desperate -in- his ,Tage, "tollow me' with a friend, and I will accommodate you in ten mitnhtes'.' : -' ; ' ' . t. ;v ; "I am io'mpletbIy at your ' service," said1 the .stranger,,' but,, J b?.yq no friend hexe,l'; jne continued,; turning to the.mari beside him, "unless I may call you -one, front the friendly part yotl hate already .assutned:,l'd"this diflibultjf."1'1. 1'- ". :. "I, will "not desert you w said'the old man, .extending to. , him, his "hand, for you are a brave man; and a Kentuck ian knows how to'appreciite -coutage;" The ' jtniner ' smiled,' and stepping ' to ward the table wheifl .the wpman was (Sit ting, pale (.and trembling, said to her in A low tone-of voiee:.'- .jJil '!. - (" "Fear nothing if you are sent for' do hot fail to Pome;" then taking the arm of ine jeniuvj.ian, .ue,ioiiQyea tne gam bler, whqyas. justqujtting the saloon, accompanied by a friend ''My friend," said ' the miner, as soon 'as. hd had reached the street, "thefight must be in a room alonej and without seconds--with what weapons X care not. Let' whatever may transpire hereafter jwail3-,1&e-"OTbleTs attempted to lose in upon him,."or by "the mother iur cari- excite no inquiry andj will explain all te youf0"morrow."' 'i'J '-ivJ The Kentuckian bowed.- Both par tief passed 'down Washington stree for 4 joihe distance, and halted infrbat of a small two story brick building. The door was opened by -a Chinaman, and taking a lighted candle- the'gambler led tlfe way up a flight of stairs to a small bck .room, . It had. one. window, and -fkkrnished withJ a 'fcOt i bedstead", a tash stand and two chairs.- Placing the Kght upon one of the latter, the gambler strode toward the stranger, who had just (jntered, and said:1 r t- ;.-A ,H5rt,i8 the place; and now the time." k He expected the . miner to manifest symptoms of terror at the announcement, Land ask' to defer the meeting: but he was in error, and the cool reply of "exactly rendered , him. alarminely cognizant df the tact. , As a last effort to shake the resolution of ,ihe belligerent 'mountaineer, and . to avoid the encounter, for which jhe' felt no inciinationJ the gambler 'said, with affected calmness". .... . . .-' s !i:t. "If we fight at all, it must be alone, and in this room, armed with a revolver and a Uowie knile. , o ; ,, : .1 am foirtunately, provided with both,'" was the resolute reply.-' ' " '.'Then, d- n " you, 'take . the conse quences, returned the gambler, peter mined to. fire . before the word, and find ipg-courage in the dishonorable resolu tion. ' He found little consolation in the smile j ust perceived .through the . beard Of his antagonist; ;' : . ; r,' ;. : ; The arrangements for the desperate encounter were soon made. ' The prinei pals, each armed with a Bowie knife and revolver, were placed on each, side of the . . i . i i t .i room; the door was to be locsea on tne outside,.and at a word from the seconds, the fight was td commence with, either weapon, and to continue for ten minutes, at the expiration of ;whicli time the sec onds were to interfere. . . The weapons -were examined, and the combatants placed forthe slaughter by candlelight. Tbe ,'dbpr! had scarcely been closed and locked berore the gam bler raised ' his ' pistol and fired, l- The ball lodged in the ceiling, not in inch from the other.- With, the spring of a tiger, the latter threw himself ujon the gambler, and crushed him to the floor before he had time to again use either pistol or knife. - ' Wresting the weapon irom bis grasp, he seized him by . the throat, and, holding the " knife- hr his breast,, the miner swore , be would bury it there' if he uttered a loud word:. : "All right, there, outside give-the Word," siid the miner, as the sqconds were about to enter to ascertain the Tea- son of the report. : r "-' Areoadv..;- - i ..'''Fire one two three," .. , j... ,, " ' No- report followed,; and: the seconds, iookou at ea.cn otner in snence. :t..-. .'. .... ' "Now tell 'me, jVI irk .Brigham, why I sbould not slay you, who -attempted to. assassihiite nie?',' said the miner. . . ,1 "The shot was 1 accidental indeei it was," returned 'the'; gamblerl ' "Siare tne, and I will return every dollar ! have wou of you-i-give you all 1 possess. '. ' "Let me tell you now why I supCLi) slay you. ' It is not for the dollars tou won from me, for-I.ddiUPt value thew not. for your cowardly attempt to,murier me, for I expected it.-'. Listen: ; . ; V.Teri J oafs' ,ago, you stole a young girl by the -name of Jane Farley front a boarding-school in New - York," and,! un der promise of marriage, induced her to elope to iNew Orleans.. ! tier . parents, oCihd pfactf; irai aieWrQsitedJfJirfaSi ' but once., 5 oll aid nojb marry the gul. You made her your mistress the mis tress of a gambier--and as such ;she be came a mother. Sn$j prevented bf r' from commuiiicating with her parents, and they itre still 'ignorant of her fate. Three years ago she accompanied you to California. iHer brother,. who had bev come:. a man,, and avowed to terribly avenge the disbohpf of .hj3 sister, shoulJ ho ever meet her seducer, followed shortly after, unaware "of her prcssnci "here. One' night he heard - her namd ronounced in the street. He followed er to a gambling hell' and recognized hcry and by her side her seducer, whom he had seen. but .twice belore. In ven-' turing. his money, he found a ready means ox i bringing about an -encounter, inVhieh he determined to kill you. He me you in a fioom. alAue. You attempted to Assassinate him."- Do -'you know me now?" a ;., ..; ,' ..- .-' , Jr. ,, " K"Merey!--spare me!'',said the gantMer,' "Same it." k ; "Taat You marry thewomah you have dish-oior.d, and abandep jour ;thieving ) -'I consejitr--buttwhea?' ' - . -A -, :'Tha! very hour." " V"I piomise:.";;'; "'"'V" "'";i";;" r- "But your, promise, spot sulfieient, replied parley.- ."I wilj have ai better guarantee.' This pistols shall not leave ihy hand or I'your sideintil the 'prom ise is fulfilled; and, by my hopes ' of iieaveu,, yoii uesiLaiein tne perior mance, ob show a disposition to escape, Lwill'potia ball through' your body." " Placingall the weapoas in his pock ets I except' the pistol" Vhich he' held cocked, in ftis. hand, Farley released the gambler, ; aid ordered him to send for Jane and a prriage. ! -Through the half opened door, which the seconds had opened; in . lespQnse "from a kick .iiomT within, Brigiam repeated the order to his astonished friend.!. Learning .that; no oiooa naaeni shed, the : latter vielt the house; anSJ 'in. a fer minutes - Jane was in the presence of the silent combat ants.. ;.She reqiested an expapation,. but .was told, tha.t.Ul would : soon be made clear, and the Whole party htered the carriage an4,'wcfe'drivea to the residence of.a clergyman p Stocktph'Btteet, where, at; ten, o'.elock at nigkt : with .'a nistol ready to use upo4 the bridegroom should he lalter, luaric Jigham and Jane Far:r1wayr'southwaid trom the direction of the ley were made mai and wife?. The un shorn miner theilcalled her'rsister; and as she hung 'upon Vis" iieck, ske thanked God that -the. sam hour had sent her a husband and a brother. u-.fy i..., :',, - ' Brigham sent fdthis child.which had been . Iclt.in jN ew, (Jjrleans; purchased a tract pf landin Los 'An trelos emi n tv. and is now. a wealthy ianl respected resident of that region of the vine and fig-tree.'i larley is still a miner in Old Tuolunie,; and "Old Kaintuck," as the world rever-. ently called him, was killed by the Kal amath Indians in 1855'- -: -- ' How Eick Cured His Wife of I x Jealousy, il Our old acquaintancer R. P. S or as te is better known, '.'straight bact Dick,'? has been exercising his vocation- in a new direction. ' Not content with, ronning sharp saws . upbni unsuspecting males, he has turned his attention to the females, and selected; as his victim, hi. own wife. . ; ;' ; ; Now, be it known, Mr3. S., while she; possesses all the ordinary graces of mind. and. body which adorn her sex, is i'very jealous, withal, arid has ever watched her loved spouse with a care which might have proved troublesome to any but" himself L If Dick epoke of going .to the theater,' JMrs o. admired the! piece. tor that' eveping above anything she had ever seen, and begged him .like a kind, good,; darling "hubby," to engageihet a seat tQo, and Dick had it to do. ( ! If Dick told her he was behind with -hid, bodk, and he was obliged s to . go down to wb after supper and write them upiMrs. flatly pronounced it a lie in her Wh, mind and would torturer herselt with a thousand . thoughts ;as i to tcAcrche.: wak going, who he was going to see, and wb,t- she was like; "tor. ot course, . thotfaht. Mrs. S.; '.'it mustlbe a she." Often as she watched. himy ;and truth demands' that we should add followed him in his' nocturnal rambles, r until satisfied , that nothing; was wrong, she would slip "back home; and "when, a" few minutes after, Dick, entered the house, he would find, her sitting demurely " by .the fif e "reading a book, or perhaps engaged in'the manu facturing .of some article of baby apparel, looking for all tlie 'world as though she hadn't been put of th'e'hbuse for a month, Now Dick, 'although he nevOr meri- tioned it, was not blind' f o his wife's pet tailing, and . last week an excellent-opportunity .was offered for him to break her of it." The family had retired to "bed,' and all were asleep apparently, save Dick and his wile. While JHadam lay awake, Dick gradually went off into a ."snore till satisfied of the impression created upon her mind when he began:' " '' ., ' "With tlice conversinjc, I fnrgnt nil lime, i -' " AM seasons mid tieiriiHii;e, all plmisq ulike." "Ah!" said she and of a woman, "talking in his sleep, too.-- Well, we'll see Mr.S we'll see who she is." .- She raised her head and -listened more attentively Not a word was tp.be lost. She did not wait long, for the Sleeper, as thoughyn conversation (.with an angelic fair Oiie, coutintted:-'---'i :. it z J-,; .t! i t ,Tht in tlis. ruuiwlntion of mt heart ft soal' ! ' Hs-Jt, tofceop iU wutura jiurs uud. bright . X j.;,'l;.V'cH!''; ivji-i-:'. i -'! ill ,. ' .. , '(Sreat IIcavcnI". whispered madam,' "and do I. live to hear him .talk in that strain? . , Is it possible that I, his wife, am to be treated in this: manner?- Qh! but I'll tear. my eyes out! .. I'll teach them that I can find out a thing or two." Tears came to the poor , wpman' s relief, and she fell back upon her pillow. ; Dick was about to reveal the trick, he was playing upon lier.but a second thought determined .hipi - to carry it. through. lip.wenton;. t- v.; ..;;, . "Sweet child of itnlj ! could you lint shara i, 1 This careless, loveless Heart, it should lii liiine " Oh, i,ye ; Gods!" exclaimed the now eted "wife1, '"if he- isn't making love distracted to some 'sunburnt Dago, then I'm no wo man! Oh! that it should come to' this! 'Diek,' i with.-; all " his efforts:'' tould scarcely repress a 'snOrt" ' " '' ' ' -'Adieu, adieu, thou lUfness ot every thing perfect. ;: But stayl ere 'We part ' I'll' 'meet !'thee;here again: ' At ' eight O'clock I'll meet thee!" ' Here something marvelbusiy liki a full grown buss" es capedthe lips of the sleeper.1 -' ; Mrs. 0. was lrantic with rage. : ' ohe arose from the bed and made a light, sat down in a rocking-chair; and sobbed and shivered' in the cold, till -at' last -Dick found it convenient to awake". il i"- -! With a: terribly long ;yhwn'.'ne; turned his face in the i direction' !of his wife-and somewhat donfusedly asked: ' - ou 1 - "-Why; Sarah, what's the matter?" : - "Me? - Matter? ; Oh! -ah!: yesH Noth ing, dear, Only that tooth oh, the vil- lain! and 'she a Dago, ibo.'1' X ' "Why, my dear, I told yod to gd to the Dentist and have it draWh.C" You should get it out at oncO.",J Afad Dick that!scoundrel,; ' composed himself,- and this time went fast asleep, sure enough: Madam sat in the chair and - rocked, and rocked, till at -last" 8ho formed her 'plan' of action, i She: j-puld 'not hint to him that shOi knew ; w hat-' was goi n g on ; but when the next day had passed and eighio'cldek drew nigh she would waich him'; If he? went' outJ she would follow 'him. - Jf he ihOt? this sweet child ? of Italy," as he calld the artful :minxj she would confront them in their tete-a-tete,, nd there, with all the eloquence of ;an Injured wife, would she 'charge-him with his perfidy,- Hving formed her plansy he retired to bed '' f "To sleep perchance to dream." I? The mbrruhgJcam'and sate aSslht iwelling and redness about the eyes, there Iras' nothing tp show that she had spent i miserable nightj. . . By Irequent glances, Chen she was not aware of it, Dick saw bat:;was poipgjoai in hej piind, jnd (buckled, to himseff, at the prospect of tucccss. " " ' ' " -"" j ?b da jjore awj oJyJ nd pick ftade(his:aj?pearancerto tbe Jipuse about iialf jpast'five 'clock He setefrpm iiswrdro1b liis.besj suit, and wjtsunu .ual!ytSc: fnrktghig-'liisre ad- rantagO. "Sarah,"said he,"rnigiDingdown town Jo-night.. ; 1 have-n epgagement to meet V--ah a friendand will not be home before 9 o'clock " 1 4MkdararJBlt,vejy;sie1S. ilH'iVery ell, Jiiohard " replied she. "I'll stay up fthenf tillo4BBe4ioTno5(Aside--Ghl toht won tl settle you though? A JJcujo. ) I - At 7 o'clock, a finely dressed individ- Wal tnight have been ' seeh wendinar his house, while about thirty paces behind him walked a female closely veiled.-: )cT tcasionally 1 he' turned his head," and a chuckle would escape hinx whieu be saw who 'followed., ,V Qn , he ent til .he. reached the large building, the, Qdd Pel- jlowst'riHair, whereyln the shadow of a door, he snugly ensconced himself, to be sure who .t was following hinijVVOn. she came, "and as the ligif of a gas lamp fell upon her, ha was satisfied, ;.He stepped from his hiding place, and walked, into the main entrance of the building. '. , She followed him! At the second door to the right disappeared and the next mo- fment madam had croTssed the threshold and stood in the presence of her; busband and Bfrlee's (Joquette. ; v .- . TDick burst into a loud laugh, threw himself into an attitude before the beau tiful' statue; and Commenced- ! ; :Uis ; ?Seft-l liifrf:or Italy. - ' J.s i U 1 , Mada$i couldn't stanJ it. i She; threw up her, veil and caughtj :hhu i: round , the neck shrieking . , .t ' f 1 ""But tl woman, Dick, the woman! who is Bhe?-'where is She?" ' I t,J t "There she. is -th&CoquettelV replied Dick. - ','It was a trick,t Sarah . to ..cure, you of y qur jealousy.; f , feigned sleep and talked sweet nonsense to an imagi nary female! 1 But here cbmea some one my dear, we will go home and talk about it there." : 1 .si -. . t,i.;-.-n j ..- -t . . A , carriage , qonyeyed them; home. With a droopiflghead she listened to the way in; which she had been sold by the incorrigible Dick," and the reader would lose his moey wore he to' bet that Mrs. 8 will ever again bother her head about Kicfeard's "Diegos j ';... i. -; , rtHB WORK OfLIFE. "Most truly - did Theodore Sedgwick say ttha;t fa is the man of robust and en during constitution, of elastic .nerve, of comprehensive digestion, 'who", does the ' -i - u t:tw -; t ii oj.- :Ai.:t.- great vvuin. ui inc. it ia iouuli; vrim ills manly form. - ' It is 'Brougham with : his superhuman, powet of physical, endurance.- -It; is 'Franklin, at the .age of seventy camping out on his way to rouse, the Cariadas, as our hardiest boys of twenty now camp but in the Adirondack or on thevMiratnichi. :'J It is Napoleon, sleeping font hours, and on- horseback twenty. - It!" is , Washington,.: with, his splendid frame and physical strength.." Why not say, It is. Paul, -"in bodily presence "weakT"' It is" Timothy, with his' MoftenJ infirmities." it;;is Baxter, never robust' never a well man. . It is the4lind-WUton-It is-Joknaonr bravely carrying .through-life othejweight of a diseased and suffering body. It is Chan ning, with his frail, clay -tenement.- It is the pale Actios Lawrence, scrupulously weighing from day to day i he'l slight morsels of coarse bread which alone his debilitated .system :allpwed Jiim to eat.. It is A.dolphd; jMnodi, uttering -oft -his death -bed and under the pressure of tor tuing disease; words that shall be a power among men in distant lands and in other generations V-'"' -'"" i - A sound body is a good -ithing-r-a blessing to be thankfuL-fbr and tote pre served; but history is; full . ;of . the. tii- nuipu.x iheoulvec AUpkysityil. ob stacles,. ineludingtho3& ot-.l weak ! and shattered frain cs... :If robust health' ha its advantages, so has the want of it;,, if there is disability to a certain extent and in a; certain form ; with the latter, -the former, is beset. with . its peculiar temp tations, and strong men rush to destruc tion with no sense 'of their, responsibili ties. Of what use is a good body, ex cept ha' the . dwelling place-, of a i better soulr What soul puri tied, cultivated, filled with the love Of Christ, eATer failed to shine like- a star, and to bo a blessing among men, whatever.mighfc be1 the con dition of the clod . of earth envelopingit? And who does not see; l-'tliatr this excel lence - belongs : to higher .- a nd better sphere than Scott's, .or Brougham'sor. Napoleon's or: Pranklln-s?rr- Vt.iChron., ill! 1 Beautiful Anecdote. ?. A haiinier illustration. of :tb.e wonder fut cHaracter of . the';Bibl9,,;and..ibe ; fa cility with .which even .a; chjld j mayan swer it bythe greatest, of fquestions, and solve ,the. sublimest; of .mysteries, per haps was never given than at an examina tion of a deaf and dumb institution, some years age in London, j .;.!.:-. ,f "; , ..7 A.Ii'ttQf boy was. asked . in (., writing, ? who -made' the ' world?-' 'j He 'took the' chalky and wrote underneath the qvtes tionj'. U.the. beginning God created, the heavens ' an5 earth," ; Tbe clergyman then inquired, in'similar mapnqr, Why did j Jesus, come .iptp.. the world?" ..A smile of delight and gratitudo rested pn the countenauoe of thet little fellow as he wrote: ' .','This is , a.jfaitbul, saying, and worthy' of all acceptation, that Jesus Christ, came (iptq. the ; jworld j to . save sin- " ? vij J J- )"" V--i A third was then, proposed evidently adapted to 'call the most, powerful., feel-rings "into excroise, "Why , were, you born jdeat and, dumb,wheu i- can- hear, and sp'eakV" ' " " " " , , "Never," said an eye-witness, Vshall I forget the resignation which sat upon his countenance as he took the chalk and wrote: 'Even' so, Pather, for it seemed good in Thy sight.' " k . , f '-;, 1. Li 1 1 mm - .' : : h Much ot tlie. Dutch. ; : :f" ; . , . , At the. last, flection- in New York, a stolid Duttman ; wiaSj? standing at", the precinct house in, the Sixteenth Ward. As be bad. been before inquiring for "de reglar deiriogatic dieket a shrewd fel low instantly ,'stepped up ' and supplied him. with" the jgenuine thing, , V '.'.', . ' f'Vell, now," says Hans, "vat vill I do'mit 'ik?" "' '" " "" r "Put it inhat box," pointing to the b"allotrbbx,said one .and another;, '"' The, cunning 6ne;who had aecommo- 'dated h.im with the "dicket,": whispered in nis ear . , . i . -y "DonTt let them" fool you; don't put it in the box; keepfit; put it. in your pocket; it's your own; and"; don't let them cheat you out ,of !yoiir vOte;"aml so he ';did, ramming bis ticket away down tp',the pocket in hisw coat, and walking off as mad j as could be at the ropjues, who wanted to cheat him out of Ijis yqte by. putting.it in! the ballot-box?; '.'..'i,',,' Which End ot Troubles ..' . . . i i !m - f ii:Notilong ago a bridegroom returning home from his wedding was met- by a friend, who thus addressed him: -i .'. "Well, Jack, I'm glad . to see , thee in thy happy position, thou'st seen the end of thy trouble; now." ; , ...... ' -'.Thank theplad," was Jack's answer, "I hope I have.".-,. , . About a monh afterward, the friends again met,.,when Jack, speaking rather ; warmly,; exclaimed:;!. ; j ?. ... . t. L ... "BiU, thpu .telleat me a he that morn ing I.got w.ed! "Didn't thou say. I'd seen the end of my trouble?,"? t , .. ,. .: " "1 did,said BUI;, but I.,. didn't tell thee which end p-.x- - ! , l 4 vl Anecdote of Prf. GrlmmV ; '5. s- ;The pleasant Professor Jacob Grimm, tells with glee the foll&w-ing' pretty .aneo-.. dotei"-, ". ; " 1 : 1 A child of about 8 years of ge, and bearing upod her person aad dress the stamp -.of a, good family, f and. position rang one day. at his door, and informed the servant that she desired to speak to the "Her r Professor!" ' ; Supposing flier to bring 'a--message be- led lier to the. Doctor's study, .who geutlj jnqujred her errand. , . . T , , : ' '.'."Is" it thou,1; she7 asked Snth'anlma-i tioh"whoi hast 'written those fine .Mar chen?'(faify tales..'.'" .vi-.. b -m;-.? I : . ; "Yes, my dear,'.. replied, the Doctor, "my brotherf and X hdve written the, Haus March4n.""' 1 .iytfyiov 5 "-"Theni:thott hasft'alsO written the tale Of ThClevef Little Tailor,' where it is j said at ek$ end, 'Who will Dot believe it must pay a thaler?,' " , r , j , : ;"Ycs, I have written that, too."1 "' ; '"Well, then, I'do;irrot believe it, and so! I suppose! 'have to pay a' thaler: but, as I have not so much. money .now, : I'll j give thee a groschen, on account, and pay the rest by and by." J , .The Doctor was, as may be supposed, not a Iittie' amuse J at this literal under- i standing of the humorous'conclusloa to his sprightly 6toryj and .learning, tbe name of his little reader sent. her Care fully hpme ', " '. ' '.' A Toneklnc Iueldant ...: A correspondent writing for the 'Lou isville' Deniocrat relates the 'following! ' "While an asted and nobrly-clad female was asking'alms at the corner of Fourth and. Chestnut. streets,., a .-, smart-looking you,ng sailor passed within a few feet 01 nur, gazing lnieniiy lor several eetuuus on her hazard face. M She . approaehed him, and extended" her hand in silence. Instantly his hand found its way to his "capacrou-'pocketandf tf fcen: he " drew it which he Forced her to accept, "saying: ;.. "'lhere, good mother, take this; you may as well have it: as theJandsharks.-i-The last cruise I had out of New York, found toe with S4Q0 in .hand; but as the neighbors ,tpldr.jne myxoid mother . was dead, I got on a spree .with the money, spent it all' ihside of weekj- and' 'then shipped agaihv Jl" 'v : s? Uh! '' good odd . sir! J you ' are too goodvto, an old body like me . Fprr your sake,,I will take it-t".Oh! you remind me ot' my poor son Gc.orge, who shipped and was drowned. ;: Oh! ' George! ' George Whitel;where are you' nowl' -v.-jii U I " 'GeOrge White.!' hurriedly exclaimed .the sailor. ,'Whyj that's my name you you are my mother!' ! ' . : "With this he seized her in-his arms, and caressed her" affectioAatety, ; while Lthe big tears,; of joy ran down his.irptied cheeks,,3 Ihe poprawoman"W;a3;enUrel'y. o vercome by the recovery of her long lost child, and wept and groaned alternately. A carriage snorxiy alter conveyed tne mother and son away, leaving' many a moistened i eye i among tie: crowd who wjtnessed the scene.?' , ...v fallen t hi' Word. " '" ' ji A few years ago, when it was the eus toin for large girls and larger boys to at- tend .district schools; ,a,n incident . took place , in a neighboring .town, which is wortK "recording." -" - -" ; . ' 'One of the fairbst and 'plumpest girls of -the school happened" cto violate bne of the .teachers rulestoi.Ihe ;master, a prompt, energetic fellow of twentyrfive, summoned .Tier into the middle of . the floor.' After Interrogating' the girl k few moments, the master thundered out: : 's "Will you give'me yonr hand?'.M , 3'Yes, sir and my heart, too" prompt ly replied the girl, at the-,same.time .stretching' forth hex, hand tp. the master,4 a'nd eyeing him witb a cunning look;" 'A death'-like silence- reigned fdr a moment in the-school; a tear was seen to:,glisten, in the master's: eye;, the ruler was laid upon the desk, and the blushing girl was requested to take her seat,' but "to' remain after' the" -'school dismissed: 3 In'1 three weeks; - after i the 1 school : finished,; the teacher and ; jtlie. girl iwere marriedlr , . , 1 A. T ho gilt or Two. '?.: ,5i'iS:0S: oThis life cannot be! lived over-again The moments that pass, pass forever.,' j I now behold the clockT- there, that tick is passed, and still another. So pass days, raobths and years; 'so pa'ss days, oppor tunity neglectedj and . half of our time without the proper effort. : .; Ypung man a word with ybu you. cannot rub put the hgures otrlie as tne jPoy apes tne 'arithmetical' question uppii' his ' 'slate: The great blackboard of fife it 1s upon Which you makci the mark in the ; sight of God and menv'and once made . it is there . forever , If we make a wrong mark it will not serve us to sit down and repent because we' eannot rub'it out The true principle of life is to go on, not with the mistakes but with the correct ions. Vj The, mark you , padei yesterday, improve if to-day. Let, every day be a witness of a greater good. "'' ' ' . " EffA 'Pertain vicar once said to Mr. P., a veterinary surgeon, "Mr. P,, hojv is it you have not called upon me lor your account?" : ';0h," said Mr. P., "I never ask ,ai gentleman for money." "In deed," said the viear; '"how do you get ncit he -don t pay? ; " Why, ; replied Mr.. P,, "after a certain time I conclude that he is not a , gentleman, and then I ask him." "." '. .' ' "" : Seed Crom th Patent Office. - -. : " i ' , , A member .of Cougress writes to ; the Ohio Statesnuiri that no seeds will be sent but this year,' the money appropriated to that department being applied to plants, the tea plant among others, and to meet old balances due on past expenditures.. ; " 1 PEEsiDENTiAii.'-The ' Kansas1 Press (Cottonwood; KjT.j) concludes a leader declaring for Gov. Chase in . 1860, thus: "We repeat,; had Fremont been out of the way in 186t Gov. Chase would have been the Philadelphia nominee for President. Thathe will not only be nominated, but elected in 1860, we do not now entertain a doubt." r:.o- l:s.7 - 8".When we seecarte, sleds, wagons, plows and ' other tools left unsheltered through' thb winter, 'we conclude tfiattho Hfan who owns them is-eithei shiftless, or lazy, or drinks too much, brandy; forhis I own. good. .,;.:., ; k -. ; , . ..'"' " '"' '" - .' - 1 .111 .Jj.i :.ls to X ,r,A h Hon,- BENJ.; F.- WADE, of Ohio, JJdwertd m ' the Smati ofikt' Uraied Etatafan ijTho; foUbwi'nig aejthiconcl'adijQgre ntarks of 'Hon.- B. F. Wade, on; the amendment of Mr! Trumbull, to the res oiuipnoffered byr. Mason on the 5th prpx.t proyidij that a'committce.e ap pointedta inquire' .iato the.ipyasion pf Harper's Ferryv-Tbe amendment of Mr.' Trumball 'was ,to he effect thai 'said' committee also inquire "into thfadts at- f lending, ine. invasion, seizure, ana rom bery, in Jlecembe?, 1855, of, the. arsenal of the .United States, at. Liberty,! in the State "of Missouri; by' apbT or body!oif armed men, and report 'whether sueh ' - j" ' 1 " rii 1 iinir 1 1 .rr fanir-i i i hph i uitmm mi. seizure and robbery was attendedby re sistahce to theauthoritios-oi taei United States, andr ibla7Ty4"JavasTdn" the Territory -of-KansaSr and the plutt-j der dnd murder'of ib inhabiuints. J ! :Ir Wade introjdued his remarks Jhus: It was not my intention, Mr. Presi-; deuttosay; anything ppon hesubjectpf this resolutipn, oA41b4eyXie?' my -name-was -called irt question, by 1 fine or two of-the Senators on s thia floors I! made up .my mind, orf Hhcihtrb'dtiction of this i'esol.utionj that I Avould vote for itj' not,'however7 with the'' hope' that any1 benefieial result would flow from i'it,f br it seemed to' me- from the first that the vn-ly.effeet it Fbi.,. have, wotild, be o increase that state of excitement -that seems already to' be suflictehtly strong,' at least for all practical purposes.'5 -But upon this" resolution thewhoie subject ;uf controversy .-between theftortherHi and LSouthern States has been .discussed and lnave oeen auuaea .10 in sucn terms is renders it "essential that I sHould say something.' 1 have no desire' i'lb' speak frequently, on this most hackneyed sao jeeta.( ;iV-i ,;;;5 v e-, :a ,c Mr. PsESiDENt:"iI am'.not' ona'cf th'osa who suppose that all -slaveholders are deeply criminal I know, v.ery.well how habit . and custom, arid even neces sity, modify all our abstract opinions. I understand that' well, and I"1 never men tion it in thef North without; the 'proper qualifications,' notwithstanding theten ator thinks 1 hate slaveholding and slaveholders so much. I give you' here, on this 'floor; my worst version of your institutions; I hold no such doctrineas the, Seliatot. charges uswUbj lrA. not j dflKd great stateimeh fcP ?hoia Wfook up 'with such reverence,:with hypocrisy', Qtf .anything sinister r.wrong -. because, whea , they ; made, this declaration,, and declared that the word "'"slave" 4 should not be in the instrument 'which theywerc. framing, for the'reaisoh - that & iterated harshly on theirs ears', and they. kiVewjit was an lnmngemenU onv natural itight,. they held slaves in the States themselyes.. The tact that they held .slaves did nani prevent their5 making - this--declaration, nor did it prevent -them all ?oeca-i siOns,!froin inveiing against) the insti-. tut?pn, and wishing, they co aid hn,d,sonie mearis by which they could do away with' it.4" General Washington" himself! - 1 .iLl-:-.- ' lj A.-Ll? --11 was, accoraing 10 your uuaersiaociiHg-oi it, just as much an Abolitionist' as .you charge me with being...., He, belieyed the system wrong-amorally, "politically, in every way- arid he hoped some means would be ' found whereby 7itfi Slight ' be. abolishedi! iYes, sirthat wa; th.e.F05d lie wished that; some, .means , would.. be. found b; whick, this system should 3be done" away with, and he declared that,' whenever there was;' an opportunity , his vote should hotbe'i wanting.! to .acicom- phsh it-. r'HoW; long ,d yousuppose. that he -could remain on-the soil of, yi'rginia to-day, with this decTaration upon his tongue?'" '-' ' ' " ' ' :" ' -: -' "u i" y In the administration of public aflairs,' you eannot govern a nation upon. la njb straction,! Ypii, cannot .impeach aman with , inconsistency ; because he canriot live in the , administration of public af-1 . . .:-.: '. . -1 .... r 1 ..... .'1 lairs up to ' tne nnest-spun1' theory - that yoti may i produce;-; JAlkl. ask .ofvthese great niQutbey performed: Theytfound themselves, surrounded, withjhis jnstitji-' tion;. tney saw uswofiLiag ana its ope ration; they'saw that' it' was :'ali"wr6rig in policy and in theory; 4hey saw1 .thut ia moralsit was iequally wrpngjaahd iiey' wished to get rjd of itaudpn all proper nnp.asions tbnv constantlv declarAd it.'tn be' a wrong", ano!' they invoked the people' aboutthem to come up to the wortand, as fast as it could be done; to do away with it. Therefore. sir..-thev were consistent. They know- that their slaveholding in the States was in direct contradiction of that great, and" Godlike declaratl6"a thatthey had put forth H6' all ' mankind, ahd'they sought to get rid of lit!" r; '? t j xs-u-.t i i tlx, .President, it i3 not a greatliile' ago since the view that those grpat men entertained qn this'subject was' uuiversal, North South', East, and' West" -'I;Tshj Senators would bear that itf mind; : be-" cause, perliaps, it would moderate .their asperity vfof, feeling against, j'those. who still stand where, but a , very, short tiriie since, we uii biuuu tujrui-iici. xuai oia- very is to be justified as a;divine instku tion, is a doctrine that is . riot, five 'years, Old, in i'my. judgment .Ir, Clay, at the J head of the old Whig ratty, denounced 1 11 aown to a very lace pi'.rio in.uis vai- uable life, in stronger; inSnitely strorigOr terms than. I could denounce it upon this floor,' as wrong, continually wrongs iftpd the great party; that adhered to his staii-1 dajd in. the. South , were ajl equally or-' thodbx upon" this subject;' thip was no discordant note "Jthere;i'thereiiwas not a Clay Whig in all the South who : would stand up .and say: f'this : institution of purs is to be justified upou principles of So well known was "this fact, that I temetober it is hot much more than four years ago since the speakers in tbe South, and the , leading papers ".n the riouth,put forth that doctrine the Charleston Mer cury, X recollect, was orie-that the1 fram-; ci bui yur liisubuuous were ail ADOlltlon ists, "agreeing ' "preeisoty Jwith - our f doc trines, (tad it cannot . cdemd, because the record evidence that they lefbehind theni. ia . perfectly, overwhelming!)' 'buj ' i ;-" '-'" i- --"-. that they did not understand jbe ubjQt;' ' they had not made, it their study partic ularly; but now the South have reyiewed the. whole doctrine, and - have jepp Ijaf another .conclusior They. ; .near fcicf thstihe-pld doctrine was .altogether: at fault; bh4 cthp , relation ? of. maar. utd slave- is- the true, relation of .man,.upheld- -by divine inspiraCen, instituted of. God, . and approved, of .and in ;acpotdancawih nature itself. Te: (riestoiv4&,9( went so far asf to say that if this wa' bo V so, the. Abolitioaist werf .righj ; sir it staked evejv;thip.'g uppr ihispw' ligbXr that, had broken ' in inmodgra timeajjrU-ieh Tshines fieieijlhajit - has.UBiinecrta btyateJ Tepi,h Sermonfuponthe'Mpa-rtV' h5 t-j.lTeSt irj,this js.f npdera jight ,it . has sprupg up; sxneryou; began-to. aiso the standard f ,-Siavery, declaring. hjtt it should dominate over .thls-.STe tionL and should prostrate -Jeyery,j!hr interest It ;grew; . uj. vilon "srit jour new Territorial. dpctripesi".it greji;p along with 'your Dred :Scptt dceisioa Jt grew, .up . : with your r.meditate Idesigo of' openinz the African slave, trade. . If is , - a, key tj .them alL. ,lt grew fgpttga'" grows; , and we wer told herpl .not loigg since that cptton . was. king aBcCa.P tated.this Jiew code of moralsl 'I .thal'-- Jenge-a ny .Senator i to deny .at Jfic iisLooewe awgM..,3 r,tii i KtsJ ti Is it not a fapt: that you claitojiat;on a reew of ;tbevqnetjou tJ Slaverj j'jgu have got new light? ft'fW.td-jitr jras, that it wasmrong'ji.mprakjiiand pould not be - j ustifie,d ut nowQuhVpid ' ibe,,. contrary..,, WjBfir, i&dbetp yfa ikt ' oldrdoctrine, ? chave npentheew light that haarbroVenj in ;uppnhjili. - We.jWere not adaajtted liat :&-jnat cuuauik wuere iur jayesugation.waSrnaa, which resulted, jlir .flndng out that institution otxjisfimtai&oiiii:9 Jfith, Qatdr. ahd'pprovedj bj CTodj, It is true", sir, thai I ciin not touch Mthe .rastiWipnwithlh tlie States .jfhre SlayerjrWestai4bpt,y law, foVhere th.el Cpnstaftitwndpcs ot enable mp to.TeacVlt.,,1 am bo more xe sponsibje for- it ntyourCiStates,thaB. am for itin , Turkey or,, any ii foreign? country,- where t hear iOL?ejif. and where, I have nptiing.tosay, ppsn tue Buojeuti, uMfc w.ncn vouunQexiaiig ro thrastit forth, where it lias, jxp fcotlokl, where there 3s' nppecessity thi'tt'shpujdi go jtherej. like MjClay, of eatiicki I meet you to contend, iuch.by incn uayf with him in the last noble scntimetilhat he utteredr I would puffer; lSiy ,arhVto 11 from its socket.beforei.yFith myenRtj this accursed institution; tpiiM.ruiviJ f one inch of, territory now free", ' One wbrd niore.hs to tlieeflectf thjs aociriner.jjjVP A,sianu nere .xo j accuse, a gentlefnfln who,is- a rsJayet.pleroi'?tBe ojith. wjtbcjime?, I "have peve(i. very wrjwig, $nL,$s a-rojberypf rightetpf :nie.n,we sbould3cctise Tyoi;of bein g .cryiU nq L ; W-Ki io Mb lpi?e wpuld seem, to le: good . .enough .weUf not modified by inexact that wilh, vpu; it is deemed, a .necessity!. L 3oj no,t p.ow what you can do, with, itj J. . wif aiiuct about to say thatldpiupt care.what jcp do w'ith it; ,l,wiil sayit, is-B0.nV.0Jt mr business what ypu do with.it, and lAever unacrtaKe to mienere wun it. ao.-i surebelieving.itto bewrongwrsng "to. yourselves.'and ..wrong 7 to".hos'p"wiom that vpu pouldiee tbft llit,aj but if ou; donot, t fsa matter4 (J. yojsr" own concern, and npfc JbfiniBe. fc&u very weU, have, pharity-tow cause,, with rall myiopppsiyou4oiy.jpurjp- stitutioa', cai ardly doibtiliat ifj e nadhlbg.ed pWeaJPyito'.W0 stances, ,my opinions , , ,6n( fhis juujct might bp.difirprit an4 Xjnight Pte.'Ecre, perhaps, i s. fierce a jare-eater as j ani nw defending jigaiast ;' fire, t ;X caineT sta rid these th ings,ra o'd 0)eu8 np; tan n. i Ttere is bie. thuig roo're 'whach.XiwiU notice in; passbg' Tli'a.'.ce'oa.tor. fj rom Georgia., TMr." , Iverspri jrf'aw.,fit,"rii.i place irii.tne . Senate: 6 .''assaif imrTcol-. jeagus, iithe louie of"' Ilcjprefc:e"ntyfB, Jlr, Sher'map,) "arid fo iniijeah ilm,'!. cause of a iraiac trpnliicl fh f Ear at terized as ex.ceedly j?bjPn ori lpadr:. wtich be' thought tho,ul(j gpyi"tij)y hat. on fidericp, that )s rcpose xfcpQQ fo'-. situated,;;, I oeajaVtS'? " tions L was hsppv to'find thai, the Seia- -tbic.djd ot accuse, MrvCFB4ari"i-pf".'4ny -er'rneou.8 io.tet; pf apy eprig"jicticn. Mi:,; .$x'irmfo& .c6ure. ;iri.. the7Qtbr; prancn oi iongress, naspeeo,fDpn-pi; au mpn ior some, years jiasiy su,e,cai -been a very' octjve un ftjj vfpritj ipejnbe'ri' and '.' ifj tWe . was "Jri jihing -wrong n any pynciple -that hebas lyl-... vocLted"oranY .6jt'iBai''.enasiiTcj I ". am. sure that th e" vigilancjt'pf, th 8Sf"4te Senator would have found it bni. -"IsayI r then,. Hw'as exceedingly gratifipdw'tp find", that my friend in the pthcr jlouse wiJio-. little assailable.upon," where else'.', ,W consider ',eiia" as onc -of ' the brightcs? prnaVebtfr'pfj'ouf fate. . : . That great State seeks fo;dp &imorijr and I rejoice to knpwthat te"grait "iarty to which I belOngleposfe;iri,"himtte;"ut mpstconfiderice They'havpfpuhdBPtli ing ;iri him but what " lheyf ' aj)prPvej ihd the Senator; afterhll Ms "intestig'aiis, could find nothing Jmpf e'than"lhi:t -Mr.' Shprman had - fee? mm'eSdtid Wfx- -pulatiphof a eer't.aM'bib6k': :,uf6wI:Sit to -ask' the Sena torif 'there Is anyttlbg in that book," that - h.e hins' 7danj$r$b.ft to ';thd; people ,;of ' any -':?e'ctfot; of "this cpuritryr' I waat to kri'bwfrbthaire'n ator if hb. believes thatboqK'lnlibtsafe'ly beihtruste'd to' the hahda."of ahyifreefrian in this G6 vefrimcnt? ' TKe Serktor 'Soes ti t chWe'to' ariswef nie.V J' !ww yi I"MrVEBON.-Mr?.Pfelidonl not choose to Stultify myself by answer ing any such, questiori s t'oa't.It' istbo apparent to.'aay'niaripfcViumpn Eerisa who has" read ".'the' book,, whkt wo'njfd the efie'et' If itsteeomlxteWaUoriSt'VeVa carried ''out: V . i Xrt'&w . Mxr WADE.Wclf ;isir'BihcV'tle. question has been up; I. have "taken potria pafris io' lookj tHrough-lia-t- bookand I ttrid' nothing.' thdre .but 'aiglimentt 'ad dressed bv a niri-slavelinlder f ' Lbolidin'g State' ;to' his "felloW non-slave holders' in those' Stdtes;- laying', ddwn, ruleVand regulations3 ing3;-and "arguing 'this great quetftin yf Slavery's itfiects!thlnterests!t)f ribn- siavtminuers in tue Biavenoiaing otates, CTnlessi':'sucli'f- arguments 'ar'-uili'wful I .t-hero ll.iscij'' li'otKing iatK Volp "BSiI i ' V it u iS. I hit'iftaiAj:itt&T" ..t - 3 .," i i v . -4 1 i 1- . '. ' J 1.