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I K, 1 FB,'1':E---l.) r ti4 :d' 1 all r e r i.( , Fr lt H .I'r I'IITIENSrEIN- ( G'1 ni:ral a4seo 4tent t . Dry ( l ods4.i d 1 4 ro eriiis ;'4'r , FrIont s4tree t. 1A IRRISJAFF1.--.Dry Goo)i l an( d 1r4:Iii'h4s, 1 Front s.tri'et. SPERCYV i-- Surveyor St. Denis, ýtreet,. IT SIM1i N-ir (lods 444 d (ini'Goc(rieS, \VaXh J shin,:toa street. A. JACGNIIS-1-Drv Good4 an4d iGrcerics,or- belw he1r Jelterson anie.i]A Iliitt Streets. .W. S .Iil).VrlIT-The PhSenit--Cho'ie ' i" t iO lloN R'i ('i~-r v a, S. D 4n Srceriet , I AS.. lw tle t lCKER-i .ttorney at Law St. JAS. KINc;G.I-Wtcll- arry and Jewerer, St.cr 4' Je.41' afl Am 4t4 4.t t.t. SW.SU N('KATI-Te Ph...l.r'es and( addlh t 1, J asihiilnto street. JC. Tli¶lC'HEL-Ge'neral 1[elt''h ull1e,\Wasih Sington sree 'trt. J. DCA.SSE-G1ln,'ral Assn4rmelrni t of 1er cllhanlize. \:\lshlingtonll stlreet.t J II. STEPIIENS-Ll4mber 4i'ril, inters.ction * Front, Ifa', ette ;llll Iand ishiito1)ll streets. J. Mc(oiioK-(,.GenerIal W'holeih enln Re:4ail * Dealer anil sole A~.g't for WVagons, 'Walsh . ngron itr'eet. J A. i['('Oll '\l1'-- 14ane1 and Staple Dry (* (bodit, Roots, lhtSh, Riat1 a1141 Clothing, Front street L C.RE1,--'The Iiil liar R'ton, choice14 L 'in e 4. Liglnors 4uni4 Ci4ars. Front street. L EVY & PHl,LLIPS-F-\Ill stlk Fancy antd Staple Dry G(hod 4s (;and Greeri'sc,Froint t. L DUPLEIX---LanI Agent, St. )Denis street. M__ORSiE & DR.INC1FET--Attorneys at Law, 12 lattro4t, corneri Trulhu1..an, M t. A('RVERII-Drv G(orny . r'ol0'ro4eies :lnld I Genaeral Mierchalize, Fioint street. O SCH'iAFFRATIT-Boot and S1hoe Maker, " St. Denis Street. O CAPMARTI'N-General a4ssortment of SGoods of all kinlds, .Jetfferson tl "t. p VEULEMAN - Uudertaker, Washington * Street. P POETE..-Baker, Jefferson street. P. VEULEMAN-.-Family and Plantatiml Groceries, Washinlgtoin treet. . S. CALVES--.Dentist, Jetl;rson street" - E. BRRKFl-Cheap( ) Family ald -Wecste'n Orocery )Dealor, F rolit stl,et. R P. IIUTSiON-Lirery, S~ale and Feed Stable, . St. Denia Streit. Q NELKINS- Dry G4ood4n anll Groceries, Jeff K) erson Street, below Dirt bridge. " WINIA.RC--GenerCr l .I Nrchandizet . P1 an 'L tation and Family Supplies, Front Str!.4_t .. T PONS--l)ry G)oods and Groccries, Wash ._Ington s treet, ... .. .............. . ri1 LACOSrTE-Druggist and Apothecary,Front J- "streot. T IALLEI--Buck'a Brlilliant Stoves and STlinware, Washingtou Street. T.Fi BARNET.--Dry Goods and Groceries,Front T. TAUZI-Biliard Room anti Bar, Front T 80C[HGMAN--Whlolesalt anll! Retail M[tr Saehont-general assortment for the trade htnt street. I H JACK-..Attorney at Law, 2d street, TV oO rner Trndan. ]L. DxI T--Boot and Shoe Maker, St. Denia I¥ Street. I: . POWELL--Phyalcaln and Surgeon, t* it. enilA Street. * J. CU!NWI.YXGIHJ.7, Attorney at Laow, 44 Carondet Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. M. .A. Dunl n, Physician and Surgeon Moentgomery, La. MORSE & DRANGUET, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. Oace on Second Street, S ATCHITOCHES, LA. May 26 1877. W.n.. r . Jaok, (Successor to JACK & PIKasox) Sttorney and Counselor at Law NATCHITOCHES, LA. b:i ILL practice in the Courts of Natchitnches, S'rabine, DeSoto, Red River, Winn, Rapiden, %: Grll nt, and in the Supreme Court of the Ar. i Claims promptly attended to. itr .l Levy, ATLTORNEY AT LAW. Bmed the Practice of his Profession.) practice it the Parish and District !.~Cta of Natchitoches and Red River, Court 'Louisiana, United States Dis j reuit`Court of Louisiana and U. 8. tUWVha at Washington. , at residence on Second St. S. NATCHITOCIESLA. }'.~a In A Triump of Bigotry. T''lii s'rlornY OF THill I\NI0N; 1O'F 'TliE ti UlISULINI, ('ONv\ENT AT lnO.TON St Fl'l,,Y ToLD BY ONE 01F ITS 13' INMATES. hi But little more than. forty years l, ago, in the city of Boston, where e: there are now upward of thirty large to and thriving Catholic churchets and . where a bishop of that faith has re seat in a catlhedral of unusual bIag to niticence, an infuriated Prostestant ali mob pilnger and burned a convent fu of the ordter of St. I'rsuia, occupied re solely by women. The Stor'V of re the o,,t ii:s not often ieen told ;at w hleast, the liostoniaus of the present to generation are tnt foud of relating it. in 1But a book just published by Mrs. 1 \hitney, a girl-pupi! of the convent r( In Is: l, gives for the first time a nar- tl rativ'e of the event lly eye witness 1' from uwithin the pillaged house. ct In the year just mentioned, the I( fil(esi l'rsulnte ('onvent in New En- Ct gland stood on Mount lhenedict, in i, in lCharlestown. It was built ex- of piresly for a boarding-school for the e cI chillren of lich parents, 'Protestants ci preferred, an imposing Iuiiling on the suRlnnot of the hill, witil a back ground of trees and a foreground of ri green terraces bordered with shrub b ery descending to the road, and1 having a lodge, a bishop's house, see\- ti eral terra'ed walks, and grounds IP tastefully laid out for the recreation i , of the pupils. These it attracted iun t large numers, not only from the i n wealty families of Boston, Iut evenl I a froin (nCanada and the extiremie sonutl. a lris. W hituney's father-she was then b louisa Goddard-was "always la- a menting tile growin, independence of io women and the ditlficiity he found ill d keeping his daughters unlder the old rule of implicit obedience," hence lihe resolved on sending her to the coni vent, which she entered after the suimmer voction of tI-:-14. l)r Lynman ,1 Beecher had, during thle precedinig t winter, been denouncing liercely tl "the devil and the pope" in a course P of lectures deliveecd in Bloston ; Mr. p Goihddard was a violent Unitariain, f and resolved to educate his daughter a at the convent from a spirit of antag- a ii onism to I)r. lBeecher. Behohl the little iirl, then intr,st- f ed to the charge of the Sistels, a body t1 of liish nuns, elducatecd in Firench convents. The suiperior was "t wo- ,tl m1an of inediumi height and very I stout, biibuhith the quick step and , vivacious air of a I.'reu'nc h- rishwo- I man, and carritd heoself w ith a roy- R al uprightness and dignity that com pelled deference from all who ap proached her." Shee-was, it further appears, a womanu of great courage and high-even violent-temper. TIIE IEGINNING OF TiLE AITA.\TION. 1: I)r. Beecher, it has just been said, a had been fiercely denouncing Cath- r olic convents, and had "enlightened I thie people as to the depravity po- r' pularly supposed to exist inside thleir walls." At the same moment there c was published a book called "Six t (t Months in a Convent," the work of s "silly, ignorant, deceitful gill, whom ( the superior had charitably taken I into her employ as a seamstress," ° which purported to relate the at tempts to make a Catholic of the author and heroine by force, and ended with a melodramatic narrative of her escape just as she was about to -be secretly removed to St. Louis. Mrs. Sherwood's "Nun" was another - story that had just appeared to fas. o cinate and prejndice more intelli gent folks, while perverted reports of a a not at all wonder ful incident fired the Boston heart with a local anl I , contemporary interest. The mother - assistant of the convent, Sister Mary I i John, principal teacher of music, having been overworked in prepar . ing for thie musical celebration with which the academic year concluded, . fell sick of brain fever, and one hot day, eluding hIer nurses, fltied in her t night-dress down to the house of a IProtestont Yaunkee, Mr Cutter, just i outside the grounds. 1le placed her in clharge of his wife and gave the news at the convent, and relmoved her. "Some passers-by must have wt itnessed the struggle that ensued I _ when the poor sister, screaming andil raving in delirium, was half forced 1 and ihalf persuaded into tile carriage," - hence it is not surprising that ii a , few hours a starting story was ath)at that a nun who had been imprisoned ia in the underground cells of tile con vent had at last escaped but had been followed by the superior to the house where she had taken refuge and carried back to tile convent by force, in spite of her desperate re sistance. 'Thle oston truckmen were then a well organized guild, and had - warmly espoused thie cause of tihe author of "Six Months in a Convent," fiuding her story fully confirmed, as # they honestly believed, by the "es cape ' and capture" of Sister Mary - Johnu; they held secret indignation Smeetings and many persons believed ' an attack on tile convent to be im T pending. Mr. Goddard was warned of this, but he and most sensible peo pie thonght it impossible that any danger was to be apprehended for a school composed almost entirely of l'Protustant scholars. THIE MOB READY. After a fortnight in the convent o Miss Goddard was taken home for one Sunday. LIe father drove her back on thie following day, and on S. tlheroad was stoppled by an old ac Squaintance, whio laid hIis hand on the reins and endeavored to induce himu to turn back, vwhile hlie rapidly and eagerly assured him that a mob would probably destroy the convent that night. Mr. Goddard ridiculed the ) idea and drove on. At the convent rt the girl found the whole school in com i: motion; no studying was going on, Sand the girls were crowding round the nuns or, unheeded, following their own devices at their desks. From time to time floating rumors of dan ge'r had reaclhed the nns, but as the t11 bishop disbelieved in them so did the ; they. On the Saturday, however, tihe in selectmen of Charlestown hadl formal- caI ly notiliedijthe superior that the build- rii Ing was in danger and had senta th( cominiittee to consult with her as to stn s her defense, and askes.pea ni.s-i-,uon to Sh e examine the vaults so as to be able ithl e to contradict the reports. that they ie I were dungeons for the punishillent of pit s refractory nuns and secret places of ih:l tormen and iniqunity. She failed to sul t appreciate their kind Motives, became erl t furiously indigtant, hohling them gel 1 responsibile for the stories tlhey only ne f repeated, and uvern tellmed them air t with a torrent of invectives,, refusing Iit t to anlow them to exanrine the build ingi. Sister Mary John however, ex plained to the c'limrittee the facts t relative to her illness and its results ; i they appeared to believe her, and ra . ilirimised to publish an explanatoryi i fr card. They dill so in the Monday pa- Ici e pers, but it was coupled with an ae- til ' count of the superiors aTrrogatie lan , i her refttsal to allow an examination he of the buiilding, and therefore in- lrl e creased rather than allayed the ex- trl s citcmen t, till, II AN INSOLENT LADY SP:I'EII)ot. ta; At dancing lessons the superic r all ridiculed Unsparingly even those who wi (ldared tell her she was in danger, na particularly the select man's delega- thli tion, whom she called vulgarians and a pleheians. and gloried in her haughty ho treception of then, her example na- th, tn rally infecting the girls. At thls' an I moment the 1,ortless entered to say Ci O Oanother selectman was in the parlor, Ill 'and insisted on seeing her on nrgent bh business. The superior flared out, sh il and, scolding the portress roundly, it ordered her to goi back and shut thle sw i door inl his face, if nothing else could oh i make iMn go. The portrss 501soon re- t.h, i appeared: "Madame, lie Irefuses to inI go, and-pray hear tme, mada;lne- -he di; C sys the convent is really in great tIi n danger," 61he supplicated, adding that Iii the selectmlui insisted on examining an the cellar, that his fellows might lsea Ie print ain Ptlildavit in the evening pa- "C pers; it mtight he too late, but with- on ' out such a publication lie would' not n r answer for the connselluences. he ' i in lfattled womilan was obdurl'ate, anlld t\ only yielded after a hysterical appeal by ' fromSister Mary John, But as this Snto was leading the selectman to the cellars the superior hurried after them, seized the hiantelrl from the si-- al ter, and thrust it into his hand, "tllng; i: Il open the cellar door, mndl pointed down the steps with a peremptorya - gesture. 'There sir,' she cried, 'if it you. wan!; to play the spy in my house, o yiou shall do1 t alone. Godown with jour lantern and look about you at t e your leisure-there is no tman here to ti prevent you.'" ' The unfortunate cit- in izen stepped forward, hesitated, and I I, at last daunted by the imperious wo n- man's eye, suddlenly put down the t d lantern and tied, iprsned by the supe n- riot's derisive laughter, and taunted tI it iguominounsly by the girls who had le crowded the balcony over the en ix trance to see his crestfallen exit. And of so n) Grim discord rears her snakes devouring; a< 0n The last departing god has gone- tl gone, mopping his perspiring lace et with a yellow bandanna and the tar al c get for a thousand arows of school le d girl wit. '' APPROACHI OF TIlE MOB. Ill s All the pupils went to bed at 7:l30 as er usual, after the vesper bell and chanit I . andl the excitement died away. Mliss i. Goddard had slipped on hlier night- tl of gown over the rest of her clothiing P ad after taking offt her frock, and had a ad not been discoveredl by thle iun in I - chargo of the dormitory at retiring i ry hour. Unable to sleep from the ex-. ic, citement, and as well her unwontedly r.- warm clothing, shie stole to the win- ri th dow, raisedl it very gently and leaned di out, giving herself up to the illusion. ot of fiancyinig herself out in the night I er alone, and all thie world else asleep. '. a Thie convent stood so high that shIe st seemed lifted up among the stars. j er No sond was to lie heard but the ft he kilu tires(in thie brick-making dis- tl Bd trict at the foot ot the hill), the far c e away bark of a dog, or the monotou- p ed ous droning of the late grasshoppers. I (d So cooling and sooting were thie ed breeze and sounds of night that tihe a child's head drooped lower and low- I a er ; she made an effort to waken her- e lat self, and openedl her sleelpy eyes to tl ed their full width to see a bright falling- o -. star curve down to thie htoison. For e ad an instant she watched it; the next a ie was the lirst momient in her lifo that e ge shte realized thle meaning of tihe word a y' itlipalledl,!' She heard a sound-a e re- shout, a howl, what f-which chiil as I re she was, she recognized. It came ad from more than a mile away, fur the lie mob gave one roar las it crossed Char " lestown bridge, and then observed t as profound silence till it reached tihe e-. convent grounds. try SURROUNDED IY DEMONS. iD Tiere was, then, silence ; so long ed maintained that the little watcher n- almost fancied she had dreamned tile led cry, when suddenly a horable yell wo within a few yards of tihe window, LnJ and a host of black figures rushed a into view, turning tihe corner of the of bishllop's house, rolling over tile ground, as it seemed in the dim star light, like a cloud. She ran to a com panion's bed and shook her, scream ngt ing, "Wake up, wake up ; the mob for has really come." All the girls sud her denly wakened, screaming in concert, on and such a scene of confusion as can ac- be imagined ensued, the terrified the clildren thronging round the not less ilu terrified nun, who kept hysterically md imploring them to dress themselves uld not an easy task in the panic and hat with no light allowed, lest the atten the tion of the mob should be attracted. ent Now they heard two gunshots fired m- in rapid succession outside, and on, simultaneously loud screams from the every dormitory. Some one rushed ar in, crying, "They have shot the su om perior; she went to the top of the rD* high steps to speak with them, and e they would'n listlen, andi they shot l at :d her." Sister fMary, Astin sank batk ett 1- Caine running in, etyi.g, "The sulpe- ho 1- riot is not hurt ; they shot at her, iut a they did not hit her. ), si,'cr do to stop cry.ing so terribly : 1o hear n. h to She' is just a, safe as you are!" and t. I1 thtius co jred( tli poorSistor sat up' tl) 'y her veil drnehlld and her linen hiead ,f piece half olff, disclosing her round, (f shave.n poll. A mnoitimut later the per )o sul),rio) r (etitered, Stirr13113ed l bv it I e crowd 33f tremnihing ji)i's, who, tfor lt air, though excited to thi h tighest 1 ,g pitoh. - Cie suPrE: o i t MA KE. A s5l'I,;It'II. The miob liad nvel'' ceaIed to call i for her, 3)ordering henr, \\itli oaIthsa . 'I1'n savagel outc 'ies, to hiring out her mis- ti e 1: 'ral)u vicliims. She wouhl have con- hri fr'onted thtmi at once), out the ns ingli tcluing to her with 'prayers liand tears, 1 V till at last -fr she had at an's l .. ; - c'll i age aind te unllll tsl Iof the i ob stunIIg i 3 her to reekllh')leisIs.-she tore ileselfl, " froli their airses aind rushed out on illl I " the landirng. S1e klnew nothinig )of the wohll and S was uttlery lacking in tla talck slihe hadl hbeln i1i1.'l t'tl)n1) in ll ri 1r aill her life ; ianid lookeld lloiltn i the noi lea lo with iinIIeitas llrablde ) o:lllla'I)1t lls Ili r, n lilei, as l ;eatl lues to lie co wed 1i' ) t tlhiats. The mlol salutehd her with lap Il a slitorm If olii rc1ationi which sithe tv Iore without titchiic g, interrupting ant a- thei at last ill her loud clear voice IS Iand intimating her dIcsirei to speak. iy Crio)sity is to what she would say r, iide a sudden sihlence and it is possi- plea it ble, thinks Mrs. Whitney, that had bel it, she known how ito addtless the mob tea , it imiglit ha1e dispersedi. But she an- be oe swel'ed the l1 ) inl langiago as vi- I'll l1 ohleit as their own, delivered with ed to ness of liliiia 'er. "Disperse iline- th de diatcly," she said ; "for if you'i don't hot at the bishop has twenty thousand fill at Irishlielin at lis c('ol litiland( iln loston, Mn lit sea!' "Thick'" slis MIts. -Whitney, une a- "of the e'th't of such speech at. that lv i- on a body of Amer'icanli tru'lclkieh and titl111 It.' mitechalnics." ]Ir.akilg the -ilence tin ie with lierci'e yIlls, the'y tired at her evt dh1 twice, aind the iins pulllied her back alt al by main folce and bUre(l the door. oli its SCE('INEXS IN TIlE CONVENT. ill , There wats eVa('yll lihe a long wait, t lr and the girls u nnin ihr, te d aroi, nd th li do1 )1) it3e) ls, ly siig lwa ll ia Slicces- te a s)it ie ein a cleaid fliit, her pale falcu l;ih nolack in her white veil; ing ac n otir, 'a yiing gil, she who in tLii Silast stages brokf eOlnlsUl ptih)n cWro 1 In ti xiotis to iilrtilfy iher po lor, ldyiIg fleshi thati site ersisted in fa il li ng her dt ties to the natlilsst limit ot he ste'i igth in t thiers were girlt, hlug tinig, cililig, e aido giroan ig in hysteries. The cal ii was at last bi'okce by the jlous(a cry till I tthat the n ing b a i as gig off, arnd it S lwas seeni slowl'y Itil',llating friii the terrace walks toward the Chaalestown d troad. llut the ciowd halted alld a sih Cil ulple of w liihitires fed with thle fenc uIing were lighted, and tarbarrels werl tiih'i Oli n, olilkilig the seio t briglht o to day. :resanrly thof ere hvaidt l,t bol lyed with thle rioters and withdrew. Their slight opplolisition kindled the f mob to iago : a barrel of rui had13 l been broached lear the bonfires, ali ll t the crowI d howeled andu danced alout tlI s tieim fu'itisly, till sunddeilly solle of an It- tile inumber sniatlched i auds from the pil ni piles, and, whirling tilemn aloft and l( jl calling loudly oli the rest to follow, 1 I) placed tihenlselves at the head of tlher Sdrieadfiil returning tide oIf rioters that an Snow s\iugeti back towiird the convent lit l with a hoa1ro r1iar) like a great wave . rising to engulf it. led IrTLE IIEI.OIN FS. ni )1 - In all the awful distraction that a ep. 'Where is Maria F. ? Tile snpior lietr le wants her," and Mrs. WVhituey--or t s. Itiolisa Goildarll, as tlhe readeir lIrt- i le fes-- caught :a gliill)s ot 80ole t il Fs the nUlnS utgiig r ha) t ilaovely yoVnig far creatulrt, into i floint roomn. The sn- It I1 peri iil t her foivlwar as a forlirn i mrs. I 1l3e, and she 'as held far lout of aI thie I ndow tit l)ile3 to the clerowd, "'Go itheI away ! My father is a jdge, and he tl 1W- will put you till in ''isi1n." This slol re- in faree over, the sliperior rallied t to the children in the hall ts, and singling ng- out those of the ohdhr gil's who seeii- h For ed to have the most piesence of minin, tl ext she cniluitted to each one thle small- 3 hat est children with a few solemn words 01 or of chi rge, clasping their hiands togeth - ci -1 er with her own firm palm. Seeing d I as Lonisa Goddard, she almost smiled. p ime "Why, you are as brave as a little 1 the lion !" she said, and gave to her care, ar- after obtaiuinig a sotll ile i'is( not n d to leave her till oth were in a place a the ofsafety, a small, sickly, pahl child p1(1rfectly dazetlI with terror and be wildermulent. ng TIlE MOl TAKES POSSESSION. iei The mob was thiundhering at the the doori, aild a mnonlilent later the nuiis5 yell caine ilyiig to her, tt3 sit3' the i'ioter5 , were tLIroIogig into 1 helr rooi throuigh hed tnhe wiidlws. At the samle iinstait the camoe the crash of the windows all ( the along tlhe front, siaslie in with vol. tar- leys of stones. Bidding the lilinis iid I im such as dared remnain with her follow, am- she led the way to a door onli a suik ben paved courit leading ti the garden. "d- 'Never," says Mrs. Whitney; "shall ert, I forget how calmily the noonlight can slept on its fair pIaveleut." It wasi fled planted with white roses in full bloom n less and unutterably peaceful. The mob 1 ally had stopped to plunder her room B5- where was a large sum of money just and received from her pupils3 and she es ten- caped to the bottom of the garden, ted. where their progress was stopped by jred the substantial board fence. There and she ranged her flock on the grass row border of the walk leading past the ihed brick burial vault, bidding them et sI- face themselves as much as possible the in the bushes and shadow. " The nuns and cluatered round her feet; the girls ]llll" libh 1I000, Ilii d .' lli Il l : t lt I IItoll5 a r t it .tu s i l Iach s lls I ' ,1 t 'I41 sleep Iititio the t'apti' ve , w hihe m o t' I t..i,,al slp 'i . . Storl'ies be namen lit kil ;1n,1 'rmis i". the siz noise of breakii g andt t.rin, down t, t Itfi lll .ll e, the ' .11; 1 1 o g arl -s, I i h' ll'l I, s i anal china, the thuiti.r of heavy piei .. .in i tlrg w .ith rhet rs f'rio the wij dotw ' il - h fllrll e llni ,ll l (II , t' ll.. tii ' f sl 1 1'1) M oll':Il t'. ,111I a1ld thc lin' ,f it rth br akii h oi f hi i rp :il' d ln1 bthe \, 'i \s were' lit ti lt \ th a utre "i - brilli tit lighti . Men o.u ,l h i t tli(' io 1l 1ob wahil l iIIi l ' 1;.115 lii. ,,f Ill lit tfoiii ' Irl. 0 to o(tI hIllii' hoo8(14 l . hoi td i, b ll' i t, luilli l. e ilit' 1i;, ' all gr ilts i to (c,,b.tibh .- ,,,lb ( l, ,. an,! :iflr t, as S InlŽ iim s a(s4 ,. thi , ill hel -t fr,,ih t ,he I it I' heaps, pall ita!i . ;u ' Iriuintt il' t b i , till lt?' S it a '.e rv ",hrt lif t e 1t i ' tilll',its I e- llt It : 1) ibto l, i'i ollel, i' i a 11.ril , ', ' It" It Ila ilt. .I the ils 't I hr.J' i ,11,, till,1 (I U1 r tlherrs withd lr ' hll' , their i:st i"n i 101 i-f! Ict h hl, S iauo wih1 ilY It I ' 11' lt w inh r.t .\All - thi 111111 l't 1e , iS c .ilh I Ilt 1(1 heri a ter t lp, lor:t u Wi d tlnl, r n i 's L u d ther l mothert in New Orterni s, her Aunt I'nt'io v ' II and her doll. arut TI il e it'l: l a ti i l t hr e t, ll ll ill al It parted mn th el.e hear'' 1JI'Si(I stenily i l d Ihehit , the fles.e, which thnei bgllil tilo l i Ib tear dn.llilti, fliorl natly the proof c da i to1 ill t- be friends, Mr. Cli t tter and soiY othe r'.nil Slight be; thil da ey Ptuh lll'i irWOe. n throullgh a potato-lheld to Mr. ('i tter's o t house. After waitin", here aI while i i full silt Iof the blaZinll rutin, --i: ter at ll t, Mary J Ilhn rll:l psin i nto deliriL'y11nl, l il lI le thir host hurried them way, fol" the th mob h wat s in the s ilecpior's traiil. IiNear- at S I a t ile away, iupl it ller hill, t ihel i hl d halted, and ktokel . at several sthel tt- 1 tial dwell sa bul ' ii ll n ,t r t- 101 ili.ig.' , l h ll lllit i 'llt iw'u ise ilit - i It' eveni tuSiVer-. Fin allt'. as they were ,m k abl ult oll 11i,,1\ flrtlhe ,l' ; ni. iht -'e1 tvd 1'11 ol0 d lietleinllln, Mr. Jh sl ph .'41111 li ., - a lle bed his hel' d or t of the l'iltllw. t .. k a1l them i lck d thile door, fi ( l ,out t hIi eellI li,'whtsn wl, ht I tob went liv seekiliL in telli,' e ofll' the w1 1ns'l hihlin - lllltIe, did ane exCellle t d ati'1 i i , esx pressi g Sh elpiues Surprise., anll diiu. st 1 ' .ll at being ralpe l l to have octh absird t 1t oietiuls lput to dhim. ayl, ,d to the r ii' ters i like a od-hlte ltated ('''i-tian gentle- !sit iaole a sit t'!Se hemn on! a o.tl ' a S 'l, lalid ' eanwli hile tlte lutpeili, ' had ire w l'red t I her lspirits and tr as banteriing c It gil,. ili Feeling auxioisly i1) her poc,,et she 1 to Sfound her siill -bol, lx, ai her fate bright- l eni d: "Old friend, l didii't frti i ,el t of th then," shIie enusidiut the box was e'mptyl b it "l I only had la cean pllocket-handirlllet ni ehif iqdf si i ou tl o tili she sat i,h ' I should be halpy." tIl . JUBILANT PULRITANS. W( 011V an outline his, of courll e beeen in t given herI1e of the stior. The convenlt ll it wai s ~obb r, lobbed, land a urnled r,v adit - body of from sixty to one hlunuhred nleu, ll } aIt ist of tihem lioston tritcklten, while !o 1w- Ilo thousand l ell, old std oting, t ktid Is `" quietly by and interlposed not. IJu fact, e I after the work was done, rioters rlandIS oll Witators f'aternized andil r uelie to l Sthe city iu a st iea, j.e'il the girls a ati ltheir friends blelt'enis renoved them, Col1 part o, ftfiO <Poil. lhe U ul' line Co ,llmi ( -i t nlianto anc call lt of hseloutal eo t i ries were se at l ti'utf t sh u its llmlll d'r, ti at ad the state refused tC o ijay the '.atho ni lies for the dI m ilages the, had ll irred. ti' ve Nor h.af s it eVerI ye;t Ia~e roepar'ation. I i' l Mrs. Whituey i cltoses her booke with so a'l aderoalo f her ietig afterward at. it b hall a ilhlle-aged danidy, who, tchit sh her, iu ita ausc in tihe col 'eralltiou, fltha [ th lie had beeni "il c <f a larg , 1autv of l he thhig re coild do; and; iu fai'ct, waII't n acqulailt.el with illy oif the y,,ll !i hlli I of the s oltli il at thai tilUO. Tillre wl re o C)1ng lm \c ry I Itlt," .iil. thetre, s ~o I hav\' m hol'rd, b lit yo ll s Il hahi't bi en in iro l, trodu'ed. If I had kinow anlie 11 llt" hem, a '1. ofcouli'se, I should ha l'e-Ah! there, is 'sl lr waltz ilt; last. "Al lhw lne!" "lEx h. ,cse mile" sail Miss IiUsehud, hColly 0 n drlt wing biak, "but I d 't li1k I1 tfOehle t 1 e. paritUel. I like to behll h upc t'ily ,1 jewhn I waltlz, lind iital ailrr t b. e rweak indeed \whichl had not sll'eigth to tnplif it.elf in defense of helploeS woln *l e and e hilhe. be- A shoothig affriy occi'red 't, fore hIst, rsiiltilig" iii the seriis col- have been under tie inifluence oft and liquor, aid to hiave shot \\lw i lth t ilsdr'own as long as his head sw imu. ,; m Q 1l :)4 i ) Sweet Pota P toes. I ,leet ut1 i '4,4es 4 )do not 4 nsti (', nIt. a W\ ll Spi(otitiblhl' ctr 1:I itl this rluntilt niorth )4shot oft til, f1 lli h degt lc of laliiudle. thro Still ("\I ''(4 li''1 i ct1111 ' t ll ise ei' (' llin ril l 2oi if'r 1the s ll d ' l lf his i wi i l alli :illy - u1 tt', \\,here within tll . limits of th' e profita- lenllt I ill".IIr'l' ii li it 111 Ii'fiu lf I '1iill( I l i4 t 41 - r44i4 . bit! production 1 ii' Iiini~ir corn. (hoodh - rally s.izled l lillis hiave bt n prtri cln d in loot thlle 4iv i ity of . 1r,n livy, +t. Piul, with .....l l' S tlo i ltl, 4 l4 l it is gir'llll Iine, to vel r\ know tlhit lh ,.- hn ..hl.-) .uni to,.oth ,,,ist some prd(tll s of tle Uitici (i(al regions sill are bit; cultivated fail'th ur i north If ea:l(l 4l :e' ili i year, . " ih illthrl (1i nld 4o1 14 sweet put4t41i id4' 4 o 1) 4 (110144 girt in the site of the tuber, ill tile drci\' 444ili44t of 4 t2hilil iaitter' it (ion- an", ta4lis, or ill I~ s k11 ei)'l g ill ii)4s. 4I)I a Neiither is it is(e.' i ll. (I'ul!tiv4 tul ll 'le i suns is there. still %ith al l4,thei tdi-:d- r'al n till11 lh iages . h :is s r ,I.vely aniy s1 it1 toes, fur his tihii e nd ui l f l le. Tillhe sweet p' i i Ipotato is achea,: lll44 iuxury 1 4 i rith :I tl;ri- aln It shi thill ln4 t 41lli e' his I 1.unil} 1 of'1 shut, it14' has the tIh u e, l r4 It' lio urcl tlll' Mall ,l.ilts andi4il tit o liile to 'r ti'vate ' i l t in. I itid "',(t14t I ;: ;iiot rlaisi4 treeive\d a Ti'1l ie t 4i l 4 til llin this ) t1 Iof the \\llest ci 4i i'riilg the reall'. the Colorad' o beetlc I l l,4 iwas the M t, sll lt)rhh llsme. Thile till- lihtt lptit ui t I. o i u it lpeople he , Il . i- shun I ti 4d 44 to the i it.-(use of this m44st. ex- )l4 c cllle'b|t 1ve,( tlle, till o 4w the're14 is a sw hardly a tablde in city, towni, or vil- to ai lgt: that is inot supplied with theilm i thel floui 4 ct4 l .toer till Januril y, The d1 ( i41ll4 thti )4 1 is s4,4r4 ely half sill plied with the prodiuct of vtstcrn tiiis and urdens. They are broughtII. . to this ilarket not only ill car luadls \V " hut in Illtin loadsh frui Ni\w Jcrsy, ( int liiolivalt, and Mar. ys:ill. The east,- and ern tatiilr's devote melte cart and Ut- dihl I'tltiol to ulil ti vatnl ll a tlki lg i' t lb'e ithei thiian western r l('uer10 antii accordingly theyv receive ai hligher cori price for their peroducts, it. they tie- 'alid( sI4(''e to d1), Nl sw'44 gIel Swett fii e lii4ta ies ( ,. 1(i , Iii l s ss4t s twt, lha)l4 those i raiscld il the tar smith ar'e s l i'terailly ii ipreferred by lpersons who 1rl4e not l - at, ctlstult d Ito their Iiie fr444 eirly lift', ithin and thlere ar;le very few people \\a Io of t relish The gen4u4e south'ern yiim when oif they first4 tiastc it. 'lThe .swee(t 1potato is heap aS) ii1 a's excellient (food. It lea' co tt ins all th' 'elei nts of nutritionl i 'hileltl are elspecially fsle( of lUthem,1 , PI4"4 aIs they are well caIlcul(ated to) supp)ly it, ( 4their craving for articles that are to 1I .sweet. A.n),st 1any (iother ve'gela dle yiel is nearly viilieles4s after it has been / ctl.ed and has itecimle (4I4l1. 1t a the r(nd swiet i1' hipotato lil4 4ot ''requite deni lthe keenI i ppetite o(f it hungry jlperson muils to Maiiike it palatablie. They are' ill e ( their hest stat4e for the table whetn lea. baiked till their skin is of a light cii- ( Id 44ni4o1 bI'rown color, 4and served best cult with 'fresh butter in tile glay (ft loest ltasti meat. Bht they ilalk las ex- ti (client when ti ile'd ior steil l1, if the Aire water is driwn oiff by platinhg thein eve in 4ni oplen dish over a' brisk thre. In use most ltel,s 1 a411 restalrants they are l4i4li ' first oi)led and4llll then partially' baked whl by placing theme in it hot oven tl few Itoo lii tics beforl e the) " are 'ervecil, It less is liore ,easy) to warl4 lp) a cold) sweet ( lct potato so it will be p4alatable than it age is 1most cold dishes. Cold boiled lthe' sweet polato4,. when cut in thin slices lbi aind fried in fat or butter, fo'rnl a lit- nl I v rite brel lfst l ist di ,l, that is In faivor I L with old iandi young. It is reversing )bei the directions given in the hold cook- I _O I t k, - "lf st (c1tch 1.' r h--1 l o l' ~ ll tell (1 )i ' Sh1l4v t( c(2ik a sw1e(t po4)tat4 before the telli44g ho1 h) t 4i4i4e1 it. It was (1 4' o(1 4r 1lio0 otf the vegetible. In hll1 Ile 4414 1le14 ri'ilir odler of thliigs we sh1ubl have th1i4 salid first s le't 04l41 'l ld. It 4i 41 . t 1 4441hul1 1e light, W1 ill'Ili, 1dry, 44and I r shouhl have Ia smlly expllsrl l:lein .i the sut, where ti he sweet () o tatl) is Ii \ ,'a11 'gel " iaisltl d~t h l i the pla ntC.i1rs 1r t,1 l1 what 4 i.( ki i4w is I1 thil soil. Th14y 14 i plow1 it 4h.144 w u)r1' eltl, a1l i41 .• n1 l ol4( a4ell4el4 (4tio4 (4 (o (',) re #l l (11a vitce SIl 4)4il) .sHilkilg toe plow to the b1(41 w1' 1'4 it h leas floin' 3o1e ol ' ox4 I t14 (1 w t i it. It is the i441444re of 41we1' t-p- t )l(ito t tin)hers to i44cl414as1 iln length till they i2 l st1ikie 1) 4ir44 1444), 4144(1 i1' Ihe soil 13' i nm hl44 w' d very ( i'(i4l) the tult) l.4 will sil.1 14e lollig a<ili1 s)4i )li4lg. T i'11 y 4' ill 1 n 4444t 144' in g(o4 ! sh.l)4.4)4(2 44 '44(4lk, a if e4 1 144k ) t( e eliI 1s \\ill be 10i-c to igel - II iip. A swe1',t- potli1o tli1)444' is 44(4t of 1i(1' thri44( tilime,4 the i1\1 l'iige di|i 4 ter, p4ui )l44 \ 4eriz(4/( it shoulu h4 Il, Ihre li iut4 c4(1 4i4 144 fr4 three to foiur flt i4l4i1rt 44( i 9h I il'4w 1' by l in3 4 (t a 1l14(, )hi w ith 14 4 e 1)41 e i l i4lny 44 Ve' lt. A fter the .( l 41i(1 1e i'.t thrown uil the lol4 shI ouhi be Ili cut -f' till tllere is i fliat 814r4 1('.e h)44t 44l1 4ix iiches 4 1 i e. In a 4444l4l1 j)1iich it 4ii i4. (1.)ea41er to b1iy the plinl 14414an 44t l4. it ai.e Ihenl. 11 i hot-bell is re4'e ihel . tli eTwo h ntiiih'd 4l11144(9 will i)l4l1t4(ice it they are 14(2 t de14 ired. If li4ssib)le 'ihl Ihe t lant.( shon1 4 be s(1t 0441 1 l, 14i4 the iii 0 i.'1 liinl4 i, m(ist fi'rolni 4 44i44. If 1here ch 41i 144) favorable steaisoln there i$ littlh h 1) (ifliuilt" in mna!kiig t1(; pla t l ine. it it11 of Itiit of w( 'ter i4 4olni'tedl roii4(1 (14(1 fo It )l)'unt, af)1(2i it is set (44t4, 11441 1heu 4 Il Ie 444iie 11r43 (a'14t4) dr41wn 14 r that ) d 4(1 which i,( wet. The 11i4 t shoubt htIl :f 44,t sitigly a1d quite deel, oie foa| p' (11t to iuj44ry fl'om4 no insect excelpt the1 , -r (24t wo4,m, which must be care,fully * ut /atch(1 f4r44'. 5 sweet potato t 'pi'is. It 15 bette11t1 I never to set'them t i this Intitude hle- a t. fre the 1st of June, i1id ordiliaril3t1 Ic they will do j41st as well if nol0 iput out till the middle of the m44olilh, us -\side frlomi de(st4'03'ing tile eunt-i'orlii44 they will requi'e but little attelnlti(n for severtil weeks. If the (oil bo11t31 tihem hecolnes hard it should be lons the ened by any piroer Implement. The r )'t sides a( d top of the ridges ul4t1 be a kept clear of weds by a sharp hoe- thel snrta:ice tinig slightitl; scrtlpti 4 The, p!4:lut il itake t1 1'.1 sh! ,.rlu:- tl i it. first, buit 1,tI they.. i' 1' ,. tallli.shed and the tt lnle ;.;tnr,., it, c',ases they grow try iv iitlpht l. 1 W\ hlenll l \ ll vs he(_,li to I n'itr tih,4 S ,lIhould be rais:.l at little aind thu 1 ill, S hr()\rini r It l tlc('hn. il'h' y w\1 ll elI t Ii ,.o,:) ' so) IS to ;' ter til,: f t'. tilt . 4 -IL:6. - hut teeti't he ibIl~("4, titute 'i i I Ilt !!,! V I tiv t ll nli tl ii t, e'Fs:r.yil . It iS. rIt t.:l r- allly Ittel'r to prevent I their tlal, ii S looit by liltih i, t1;i , ll il the g.tlo llii I, with a hiie lor iak1 e. If th(' x inut, ti S very rai tsllii growth tl ll:ti i'c ( lit if" l ,r)wth, there is n i adilVa tliagr in ai S lo\ll n t h in the lot tllc rol t ts a th c (iixl•' s, i1i4 rit for the IIlhrI., 'T11,v lr' lu, t 'ien1ra:l4 y Inu tih al1ti't d ' l4t ', S lloitli, I;S h lhey dlliht, in heat ail4! ' lun.hiin , ' 4 the Vxiine, t' o l li,' a t . rtl tll liv'ing iliul!t hli. 'weet jo tit-i S it i( i (1.a l y .illt ril' in this itlitll ' r wxhich vel', If t'or their lihaving acoli'l 1I I:ititi xv ,sl ii:),. alloullnt o( f C e l gtll diiil( o' ' i I, i l i b +ing i11 thh1il. T ie' k It , should ill ' rdi'ill fl, 11(1 allx(e\v t to !t': I I inll iil tlie 1.4l 4illi 14 l a pitogi !r - S lil(. It i ,tlo til ldiai't them ill thlt: li,l es till l l't r ite tin It h:ill eeil'. , ai Th4 viines s,!:)utl1 then lie ciIt, til4. ti ei th lo sn id li w itiith l fl rlr , ai(t the e tI rllitl' ii't (id outi, Carll beingl take)l! -i lit thet f !'y a ,; lilt bruised,. I, 'lT i(iy -should he storedl ill ia eiran 111(1 (try' Slllilce. LIats as wii'll s chillidren hIIV IS 5, si llect t4 4 1 th, iliI "ill x lii 11heir Wiay - t il leI of sxw<.•t potatoes \tICS thtlit Sthlie aid of ia callle'. - Early Culture of Corn. To obta'in 11 good (Lcrop, i 'says Tilhe SWestern t R 'll , corn tlr ulll have I good stal il. .1:- ut'r lfi i;s get 0l1d1' and the soil 1e ,s its fl iability by pI'o 4duiilg a s4ces '(sion of Ciereal C'rops,t iL tlit beellt'4 lthe 11101le necessary that corn, especially, ,.hould have early "- and constant cutilvlation l i itil it zri itives att a1ll1h hit tli it iy it, ti)o s'tl'( itS OW il pritt.e.lc ion fromii weeds by shadiing the groniiil. L:i11 not 0cot1 tiiii:nally renewed Icy tnhe produc4tioll Soif the grasses or by the lapplication iof aill 7a4i1al ciiie of matntilfe, t leaves the c'1, nln (': .y I41r'y ti insects mill to all the adverse ciro I lllnt liit, Ils of; toil uicUl'h mI'tiil to dirow' l it, or liong i' nU11 t'i d ,i4aso1is (of (lot' ithl te to itch Ith l'oile ln and cut short the . yield of Coti. l I`ndaerdginage seems to lie 0one of the griat needs of the country, as it e demon(liiistirated t slloe pt rtio of al1 ,Ii I lro yel year', but 1S1 this cannotll In lle ldone ini t (a lay the farmlier 11ti! t n leave it for some i future convenil ience 1n in ilist bestow oe 1111' liab(l in the ,culfivatilo of his crops to seciie tl e t bestl results Ihina would Le required to placi(e the "w'ater level" lat the tle. e sired distance beneath the surface of Severy 1acre of his fau'ri, in the prloper Suse of tile. Much rain hias fallen in , maniy sectionls of the corn latitude, ,i which will leiave the ground in vali \i uIo (lde(grees o1f 4compactness, and un It less farmeiiill.,s 15 considerableJlh jidg let ilt ani l per.tseverance in the man it agement of the soil, it will, before d they are iaware of it, obtain that "baked" condition, front vwhich it is ,. ) no a1,7 lattl e' to ri'dll1( it to t thiat totliditioii wxhiIeh shillli poliotit thu iest i gioxwth ilf the croI.tl, S It diols il ylit1ly t)o xrai4 uIntil the icorn is liarge .,llitillglh to phlow i but by the tililm it i'',Ic('hes that sizc at which il our "lfitheiti"' ,begatii the piirowCes of 'liiuivitiion, thi l i il 8h511 id it be eil 'leanl, 1l ver4tizidt', arnid piilckCel, thiait I the p1)17es (if N41ti iillg timhe belt pos It 1l.llt 1i.hld will lbe iiii.or th 11 hallf )ptefirlll . The rndI'ies, lita mass liin i inpl" (illStruticted iliil , lilieiiti4, ilm) it1rvis di i4 by a skilltil fairlmi'erI, xill di lil1'1(1 r1ill f 1i 1 l (l le t ctUll1 \,l'oii'i thini lith Ibist Iili Iht1 4 i. 1 t 11141 m ixtiXe [ iiv ml i t, hie r ve(,l 'y manliiil timesi,' andii stinds lithe falrlier ill hi1t14l, wheii thel xnokrle hts b)et, dlelayiei| for 1111,V ieaso,1 It I use a ilit tle ,jidgietl t hi th ci )n Il 1i't1 11ti t ' uclilih l flil 4Ini Ients.l If It i I) r ii loit )l iat hitul1 , s1t44" otiher tine l o11(f l "el 44 I ti' 'lI,+her"O Inlty he ctl'l ,ill s tliiy I4stir 4t.e1, 1(1" ('o i il'r lI cia gre t.ll l i ll hindii c , i l sholultl not heit, leI ati it . it li4 y fo1 Rllill. 'hlmhdr( tll e gri01ioul getls I fl ) iri iii 5 i ot,+l to Ibe tiilli cie tlit (lil tie1 4 Ii lith lit S 44 of i tl i hl.lri'w ofI an ) ,ll liPly c0nt ructeli biushli it is ni 11iortlniit tlhtl the \untiiYnhr is runi (li 1tsi the fcie1 W sI, beforetI the coen 11Iie s L ,. )\ \hihx leaves il land in ai i'i(irdll sltate. It shuluhd 1441 left iu thii s 4t44l4i1 tionli iinlil thIe corin is a bout to4it itfs 1i1 4ai nlit c', vheni, if tlhi e he '4il is silicientlyv iilel)x, a hrllush be iiay i he 1 iu.' isel a1trl'i ) 44h. i ldges. It h)clu dy ,i i 4Itiavy sllla, r flnit log ih'lR vlu 0ii lin, with \no f 'i)45 s w\'ill I)i 'hapilltPS (4 h' b tt11r 4'ex (e4tiio)l4. Hil1'h Utlih'I'etiitlh i the ir e o te 11ll "tfh licrusheir," thla .4 it nInly oveiiide the dltut,+ It a irush is 4dc1:, contstlruc, t it by lien u115 n t l 411 of l4 il4"1i r tlhii elr 11 1, tle bouiit t etl. t-o eweft in lngt h.l iore Itl151t,5 lhiire geioingh 54) thailt, when the ;it' top)l .il.L crox 41ei tog4lthel r th11ey will tcih f1Olii .1 c4'()il411.t liiisiss. W itlhi ai stit' i 4 41i n 141 Ill ,4ll t he I i xhole lnIthm oS tfi tle ht (11rivr to stan) il(414oi, a4 a poiif o 14 iho 54 (-, itit('1h4d( Ito 'i (h ' n41 ofit thi 11l44 ,, xi'ith thtle heads of the in ,idhe thlt 4 l it ii+ uiit('41 "y a'l hit'h Stirip ol p rii'' the per leugthti, the "uiiiichilie" is i'r, ead1y nIly for' ill jid a d 1 e1 't1al wonl k. It is ihn11tant,1itt that t lie o \44ik he doeil oura iidl', hnr it' tile 114144lher is warmn tfe l the cir' \I ill xxi )t 14. a4it. If the rows be_ tire (listiiictl" 5t:4,14 il lif l 1ys of'f .ily ter tile 14 erii ti(41i, it \\ ill lie but '"toy's iuilt al11." It) eulIi 1111.. ,i crop (If coi.n1, *.\\here the soil is so flicienhtly n tmelhlow, fout in good condition. If the riolleh hals bosu beeu 1ml y used, a good square hr 'hie row til1y' be u11tsed(1 tli ex'4'tlllnt atdvniiit it be age uItil the cori is lirge enough to 0e- plow.