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Miu)ech new -usie never he. fore publisled;. the n1ob1e ohl ties tlhat thril led thodiearts of our fathers and inothers i their youth, and one of it le plainlest ewnsi. tions-of the pr;nciples (in music and of tn,1nsi. cal comlipost Iion ever pubblhed. It is se. ecally suited to the taste of 1he3 Soima an111 \West, (the aithor as a Southern man mo hrth and education, and all his alliuities) and Is adapted to the Day School for chiiien, the Singing Schaool, tIe Church Cu:r af every detioinmnation, the Missoinary and Temiper. ance Alecting, the pr(ould gaITa' d:a y's it 'ovr H-'. public anid the social party, whlere good4, senise and the love of everv thaing virtuus andu no. ble shoulhd rule the hiour. Inquire of the llooaksellers and ( Counatry Mercancts genoralhy, iaml of G(lt l H . (.ATIES, & C)O, Atagutsla, Ga. Te.'Pachers whoar will travel anal sell thais work can make fromii 65001 to $I50(0 a y'ear, Al. dress the aiuthoar, Spier's 'Trna Out, Jellbr. son co, (Ga. All he1 Snuath C~iaolina wueeklies anal tri. wveeklica will puliish thais adlvertiasemenot fonr one inoaath, and send their biIlls to thIe alithIor. Feb 6 . .om Greenville Female Collegiate DR. AD 'AIRS. 1IIJMF8 Xl.\ION8 fromt Clhiarlestoe resp~ectfuilly acnnonce te I he tab-i hie that they have astablished a JFemiale Semn. inarf In the town oif Greenville, S. C. where every branch ofeduca~ton~r wvii le.taught. Tihie estalishmuenat isoun' of the fibaealt in thea pltace nnd they are prepared to receive a lairg.e miai. heer of Boarders on the moast reiaimi~ahble tormis. Assistants of the htightest ability will till niacha dlepartmoent ady they reeal thlemcise'l tis warranlt - ed in~ confideantly recoauntioaiding lhei r Semai. nary to parenats andi guanraas whao desire a well groaunided, finishieud and olegant eilnen. tion for t heir aaughiters anad warids. Then tuost sat isfactory lest i-ia'(tiN a re in) t idmr possionSi~t and referece is gien to itIe ros. poctable cit izens of C~hariestonc gencera1Illy, alI. so to thonse of Greenville. Fair terms (wich'l are very low) ad other p~irartuars Sam parat-t ed Carc har at thiis ollice or it can hao oblt aand from thae Principals fren ofl post age. Aildress post paid, .4. T~4 . 11 310 30 Plantatenj for F ale. Tfhe sthlscr~her* ')ffer Soir sae h a Plant a. tian in Suier Diustrier, two m iiis siii:h oft Stateshf!t CrOcualating ot :1 tract f ele hundraeel (nulty acres (20.~ .) :i larp. poraaan t ih arfU i ary ind adinir ly adapitedh to :it Dl~clang Ilmt0ti~roddaiit buiibling-.~-. it alln i1rtus I offaes for the~ :acomii maodlq ao Ilb fff o'tfly tegroaes. VTo gmn. Jh~th.1 in i~ eI-he'ihhnft honplace conibeino (0, =%6 rn 11 Pu c. w~ W r 19igit tl c t r [FORt TIIF BANNER.)'] a a young Laly, vilos naum, the Analier gave ti a Starr o l heariig, ier mitag 1.wlicl :soLt are ill thle tlies kiky.". Coil I 1.mtj-xtint thu innge niow Of ahoigliti that itteim tio ofte-a o'er ne, hi loftest iinnbrm 'twold it'll how Fondly, sweet girl, tley livell oan then. 'TiN not thy fjune ato' fi'r tind ggeet, Nor yet, thy maik tha' .Yof it he Am lauat with whith migeim. angoit-greet J'h1a, binids may iurptive lieart to tiee; 'Tis not that natware lim it'ls ler chanmnq Wit-re art had Penree needtr, itutivg It' And iIa.lese with 0ipen generouN ar3ns -- A. leing iearce forite a child of sin; lint 'tin tint in each loik there beamni A i mna:-- ind aom lovlty far, For auhtt on earth, except in drenim, ''ll call iimy spirit :mnc any star." I dare not. lope to eall time1 more 1,1Tho' fmiraly wivmami I'enhi thee 1nin'e, I dare not hope it gin a love r; omre Andi heaenl-ay ns atut be tisiie; 4 Yt," When stars are in the uirt sky" I'll rwit:a from friendli ufar--a'ar And look to onr-ine' ou'nm ton high Andal vall it 'ny iage-l nn-l ny stir." Solituade Jnti'rv, 10th 1s30. From tihe GreenvUi . I e I . FATHER AND s 8N, THfE GA.\STF4tAM. It was inhili- Al night of tenpes. t1uns contvnM a ()Ia, how the winid howled and through the deso. late street. *aving liko a loU oened ieal ; Oil ia" ian itful gusts n4 if spir . r .e 'lating il the Ai nd this. ath. baif their uinsseen artil ery. T V.very ..hv . rocked a- it sailied d n the11leserted thoroug hfarleS. Tito lag4pa gave fo1rth an intermitteni on .the de oil]. t be sb'dlited oncd no'e. 1 sqa T f g torrents ftell uC rain,6p14li'ahiug ntiyon the$Iye'tnt. hurrvin in anistu-m)ts sirenast .aong ; thi e.r iels, -fl'cting the uns teayqtt'a1 e 'j .611 inam lztightnig.hike II) iNo s abrad; ina the atir t oUa the h le temptat eSt reigned ibit. ti 'al waot huh4led in hW gooi a T'hol' lgh the \111, his ii call, a nrc h1 cilh had toled th e if e. tfhere were still . e t aa'l froan a stately .- aa I' .*!ari des Itialiena.S; ;N1 ,ttaad for thle p as.ae of oil I wa a ate at tlis hous . thatstintuihed a'm the hotel ani the private ,1 lie wilda'wst were Sti an I iroll 11:11s, tII- b'lil-Is %ve ") di vr closel inl evvea'y arm,a tll aance insteadni of, being int fr11t, i -Ide s'treet. o' a this eret-tjo, -tal a11 car-riag-e now 11,1ced u~p, atn, nmtiled ini e!loalks, stepped''u Wiki onl e dise!ttalmrge thec conseL'vanceL , the a othter knoceked lgtly tat tite door'. It wasl opened~~ a fewn inehts onh-, by ' thet porter, andc a sligiha tdin aogno ensuead't nii inanli'r tonesC~, after* which they' weraeo whliaantte'd, and the door was seeanred t:agill. i 1ssill':! Itf a fliight of' sttars. thaev eleoltiter'ed a nthaer (1oo1 i d shading:. winags, wthichi were coveeda with ra'een br'a ie. As~ thetty appr~ache:ditt, it ew back wi thou t somaid or visile :ency , openaina g to thaeira v iewii a saloonmi hauish aem! withI e very~ object of lmuxtur'y tidm c'onvenIienace. Sea;ttearedi at diffeia nat tables, werae group js ofmt an~, sutine ost m th"ee fpa, othersc ci oanver-a ing ian ltw wt haispears. ~ )Down the een otr of' the faartmen~t wer'e thre'e ragei/. / nilor tables, i lated froaam abve IJy ihadedL't botnus; aand bemsidec thaeso ttnd ~he maatss of thte coimanyt, rev'eaig ina hieir hagarda' feature~ evee. vi-tvi V f hte gntnestea', frm thet flaish billiardl tnarkea' to slonie ofl the nt ible~ t'eious of hie atristoctracy ofn leancm'. ere', 1itt Jlrtssed tlirla thle Sdaa in. LI a piantt :aatit whiichas in b ie.d by thefi uninatmme en-arivlottatmed tathiv btteen an-1 acafpatedi, fot' a pilio of' fAggots blaz'd shaeerdy tipn thei boarth, :ad waxen 11ou 'is wvor horin ini brattaces froni reeiniI inlomals'. they'~ Cat'b udrew a seat *Moii, Vin hat'. hard' nthtiiing?' sail he on*l what appared'CI thet older' of the 'Nohn, iar in,'rpie'h :tter, addrsin'ag htis comptfaniorn in [tain; 'ho naeve'r escaped amy vig-* ow;~t bait ligor i) Paris tll tace has been Q~t.' .. - p d4pa rq murAu iod.iAni; j3PY1poorbQy; hisychildhood,,hainted ime wheW2 t wasi pennikss; W an( wib, uMgl,t right iked by my goldbeds gone ! lA thei 'no hope ?'bho contin you coul. recogmao - the i boy of ten years in the 'n twerty-fve, for that must he his presei:t .,. -- itghpeless !' sigcLion4 1 h hethis ad betweep. Is.;hands with an/ euto:expression,-6f -sorrow. His -drk huirisled -witl' thbimssage of iome fifty .*ite?Ki*'e lfy over .his .,. and for .oneu wgak inoment; his .whole faino trembled. A passed, however, as it caine; he raised ins head loftily, and' turned 11 sdeyes upoi th'e fire .with'the lopk .of S C'Ngi prile thIt w as habitual to . himt ' . Giacono Lioni had pissed'his youth fitnid all the' riotoii' lioniie 4 WNhich: tahly is si fertle. ' hj. i.noderatc pat Srimony, inherited at his: fatber's de0ath soon vaniihed' before th's jmrsuiits -ot one whnse hiandi turned to nothing but the dice-box. Night"'Ppent itn gaiming aint dehauch, and days in, continual brawl, rendered him at last so itfamnou.q IV notorious that even 'his friends hec'ime distant, his ei !j is j s Cndcination, an :-0 .1ri thomuselves.grew morn in ai' .s the wealth, which had purchased immunity, dwindled an'ay. ' fly the sqones ol' follies was at length his 'Onlhy resource; andI ho would have resorted to thisilong befbre, had not a tio of tenderer nature hound: him to his nativ' h'ome. Ile Ihaii formed a conne'etion, sca-cely judgedI croimial in tie leniOnt south, with a beatiftul -Floreti., j)amed iBejatriceg anda son -Was -the- 'ffspring of their hive. h eps 'ofr thi" lid;, mti on' which, unforturidet -'or t example.it conveyed to Andrea, wag quickly broken. Still le loved the mother, and watchell over h -velaire, I and the advaincement of their son mi ght1 have arrested !,I wayward iodue (i life, had not ani event Occuredthat was latal to all. A midnight dehauch led to a qcma-rrel in the streets of Flrence, durintg which Lionio stalbbed his com panlion to the heart. The friends of the dead Gamester were powerful, amd the imurderer was conmelled to fly that very night, leaving his mistress and SOi 1111 uiotected. As soon its lie had CtOssed the frontie", lie paused in his Ilighit to wait tidings of those whom lie hal loft behind. Upwards of three Imolinths ela1psed in beggzary and Famine, cre the news reached him which rae - delrell distress doubl y bitter. BIeatrice had died b roken-hea'rted; the ov Ani d rea hal led , no one knew whitlir. From that time, years passod over Lin. Ili, muarked by tho conqutierod vicissi. timles: of, the ga mlder's fate, tuntil sid. deily the deati 'f a rich relaion once imore elevatedI im i to luxuiiu inde I11.I ieneeo. TIhe lbrtsi he ha:d hither to mtaude to recover i s dleserted soin v':ere then~ re-dolthed, bu1int in vain '"hethier they were billed. by' the ill. jet of htissearchg ha~viing chiixe~ d is nm),o~r whether lie stil! survived'r, was So herie, lellvcears after li lgt sat mi ant aIitituentt 'If ther famouQ in the liotiutlr' s Itali'u'., the wanh derer G iacomwo ILi1n. .\lahd hal conlirmetid his y'outhfl't thirst lfir plaiv, atid thle vice tha ct hoil first beeni i is riii and1 th en i s supporI 'it, un now aii necessary excitemnit. \Wuhl he gazedcu upo toihIle fir mci a toodli nuutsual ly penl si ve, the re-otpenled, and frsh arri ias were announced. IIlis b'row inuntiedi ate hy cilearedi, and bile eniteredi intoi conv~er. sattionI on lie light torie ofS) t he daiv 11ithi thme e, tiulmaate addluress of thet numti of thme wabl It wa s no't lonmg befoere the reai .'':e of thte mee'titng hteemnie cvi, tabples were i drawni out, andti a bo x oft un e.I eat Is havintg heen pilace.l he inI tht e ice h'oli:ght. tif g~niiut . L lyl rt~eda the stormi withouit, but whtt was thtt to thte htzzardl of thue dlie ? /tt atngry Iliods fell thera; the Iigh1ttnintg croissed the casemtetnt itt vi il shteets; vet hourtt aifter hioursa the playecrs unmttovedl by all, save the' one dvointt'g paioni. Nighit wvaned, malt theitr chtrks gre wwar,, thir hids fi oorishi, but still wi no spurredu on thleir flagging puwers, and the gold chink hed, thte 'lhee rattled, andih their eyes glared willy with suspense and feari. Lionti's opponent was a strang~er, na~med De Nervel, whose olive coim plexion andi raven moustache wouldc havwo appearedl to itndicate a southertn I lion inarketd him to'bc a Fr~enehman. [ At fi'dt, fortune "rivered between I heni' iri i inprti3alance, but as I hey co.tiued to .pl.y, a bewildering I iurprise dawned upon-the mind of Lo I, and h, Aoon after turned it to a C trei1p 'b succeis.'. Their game was I mo of sill, in' whihLhe wily Italian, t )y dint of long study, ha'd formed a I fecret method of his own. To his as. :onlishncnnt, De Neivbl attempted' the very sarpc ruse de.ue-re! Conceal ng his wonder at a . contret8hp1ts that indnever oceurredtbefore, Lioni alter. idhld' tactics, nhd- iiet the unexpected ivcarwiti a foil." The result soon provedsthat De Nervelwas :;unable to :ope with his subtle- adversary. . He -oew excited and doublgd the stakes, vntle Lioni, ai-tful and unimpassionod, baflled him at every turn, until the two piles of gold which had risen on oppi. iite sides of the table were merged in to aiiigle heap besidqthltalian. De Neriwiq . then roi declariig he would play no more. - As- the rest of the ,layers had re liinquished the tablesAtiley now began 9 sperat. i: c diferot directions. Cotisiderable sums of-money had chang ed liamld; that tlight, and the winners rind losers wet'o easily distinguishableI by their varied expressions which they wore. Th4is wras mit, ae, II'hm One ele ent. His cotn tenance was imlegld deadly pale, but a ghas.tly smile playl. 'rourid tI) mouth the .character of whic was difficult to definer lie nskediL Lii whichway he was going, regreted lat biii hotel lay fi oppositu yuarter , ald-havillg d inided his revenge on the following miighr, they parted on thevBoulevidrds. Owing to thCizoleneo'of tho storni thore'watno cin oyi.ace in, iglit,, ao Liont wveo~l~I .to >roceod on foot to his 'L y inb - ourg' St. GerI et ogn twardl Ci 'N ri hrdu b iiunsib1' n his i p)rsakn ad, yct he carefully kept Iho iddle of the road in order to guard ' ig1ummi3 sturprisc. NothIing, however, eemed alroal save the tempest adid 1he shivering 'gamester.- -He now I lreaded the pr-inci1'F reets which led i ro the river; he - him lonied' the uidge, 1bneath r-d ie the dark waters >f thie Sine, an1d the elements raged 1 ,vith doule fury i th3 open space. 'he rai -at uIoi imii like the bows if iamnir, the njl1 howled through I as garments as if t, 'arin him back, I nit still lie bore on I' dog gged perse- i ceranice. Two tliiu of the bridge xere passd. when sl ( lenly a leav% < ilow struck him from bhhid-he fell uto the arms of an..S .si1. A stdden move hald averted ill 01me degree the u of the stroke, vhihi woild othe rwie have felled him o t. ground, atal . hie inunediatelv ld with Ii's aldversarv in the inustinle iveC knowec.l. oft d 'iG. ' rapiniou um like a vie , Li4ni piniuoned his 1 'ivl's-ars, :ani tlims thevy swa ved( to 1u)4 fro li ke (tnei solti usgi 1oW hover :ig on the ver-ge of' the pa1vemnent, anon a terribulo ptrotximity to the parapet. W hile the dlespera te st nug~r'e trocee led, a dark figure appecar'ed fromir a ;lowri-red nootk anid crept steal thily to i'ardls them. 10 was one of thioset xretched beings who haunt the P'arisian iridge's4 at ni: ..ht, and1 whose life is suts aiinied b y robbery,!*~' andt the casual re .'ard! gaine bythht resin~ig ai corpse from hei tiver. 11ull inn closer and eloser mitil wvit hin a few i y-ari', an td thenI rouch~-r ed aainz inito thue shmadlow. zigantlie pers~onal strength andi11 the 1 .trgd of Ii fe~ anild death wivas (onet t hat ailled fairth all thetir powert. As theiy izriheud andl twisted' in 'inextricale i.ght,' the indut hulled an instant, andI a .r1d heet -!f4 than~m~e lit upl the he~avenst-, vrealinig to 1 ,i' ni the) ftiIures ofi De re, his anitago.nist. "WhIiat wo'uh l you.t,' gasptod the for neir, ini terror and4 surprjIise. '1 "Mon41ey!' said I e .Netrvel. ntd is lar~k eye \thShI: ed e ven th rough thet uaid nigh t dmkneh1ss. "M moder-- u'~ it ias not wontl fairly' --t ehvil muist hat'vo4 Lid ed you, tor thle dice were false; I will vrinig it htaek!' I "Liarl and' c-it throat, exclaimecd ~i .Iy, andl your~ losses shall he relievetd! "\Ionty!' criedl I o Nerve!l 1 agin. mdt as ho si ohe, the lurking figurte gli letd nearer(' to then scene of strifIe-; "'east1 itwni ytm pm s-et at my feet, or perish.' 'Ne ver! we will ie tttgethecr first!' hoitted Lionui, with deadhly rage, Th'Irowinig his wihole strenigth into one uiparnatuiral exertion. ho drov-o hia ene iy hadlong aigainust the ptaraupet. P'art f. the blow fell 9tn himself, hut the r-ut of it fell on lDe Norvel. Slight y relaxing 'his gripe, lie gasped out the 'xclamnatiom- "Ah - Chistm nd the' dood spur ted, from his:nose and eycsin dinding drops. Lioni was about ttire ease his. tottering foe, when DoNe<vol; ummoning his expiring enetgies, dart d in upon him once more. They eaned over the masonry of the bridge, hey hung balanced so nearly that !a 'ather- might.havo. turned the. scale; vhen another flash of lightning shone tpon their struggle. De Nervel's dress vas loosened, and from the tOrn folds if his shirt hutig a.smill lpletspntwin. ,d with hair, Lioni's eye fell.upon it or anintant, and the heavens echoed ith a wild sliriek ofidread,' It was too late, Do Nervel, Who vas tilmost insensible, did not cateh the vords, but dizzy in sight, and sense, lontitued to press on, "Andrea! shrieked Lioni again in ion~zing tones. "'do you know me? For the slike of God, for the nemory )f Beatrice, hold!' "Beatrice!' cried De Nervel, "then t is he---O heaven, py fizter!'. A ong loud cry of unutterable despair 'scaped him; lie strove to recover his Lalance, but in vain. Before another rninuto their struggling forms, clasped :n a last embrace, were flying through Ile air, and the man'who had silentiv icbheld tlir contest then hurried :t11 ,ho 1hn4b , of a dr t:> tZ&( foot of the bridge. Cutting iir tithltstoned i small killhe pursued I. "zi g~ 4 gm, nesteri; down the M. There %;ya tefr ted tte e i Ive seroam. then the bt d" gre( fa"ir aind fainter, 0 1 still--all save the dirgoof the eral witd, & the distant call of the watch "Three- o'eclook--raii Iflb.All tranquil-Parisians, '4um*!ber "' 1 Nextmorning Re corps O 66b Lioni.and his il--tedero side byside or1he rdodr ables ' J! IVorgjue -'' 1Tta no , r ?,rthe pr s e r.nnual eetin n he ' ree'Trader,' and !'Constitutionalist.! 'hese miserables dined on nothing bu.' nale venson, pork, mutton, . eftO 1rouse, chickents and turkeys. 1ay.1 iad the hardihood to toait "the IneIo y of the mch caluininated good King lerod,' and passed a series of resolves o peculiarly. attrocious, that we feel >ound to hold them up to the scorn of in indignant world: "Whereas, we hold these truths to C sclf-evident that all men were born ree and single, and endowed with cer ain Inalienable lights and privileges, m1ong which are occupying the whole of their own bed, darning their own tockings, and sewing on their own but OnL.----Th. Derefore, Reso(lve(l, that celibacy is the normal .oniditioi of man; that the 0. B. C. is lie bulvark of' the rights, dignity and .irtue ofr the male sex; that according ) recent discoveries, the 0. 'B. C. is lie ninth wonder; that the 0. ]1. C. is lie great moral reform society of the ige; that the 0. M. C. is a demnoraliz iig instituition; that we regard it as norally certain that if Adam had re nained a bachelor, Cain wvould not have lain Abe!; that Dido, Grecian I helen, lecopatre, anmd Mrs. Caumdle, are strong irguments in invor of' our canse; that 'umpid is a baid boy, and that the doors if the 0. 1.0. he forever closed against im: that we are opposed to annexation >n aniy terms; that the advice of Mr. Weller, sr., to his son "'8amnivel, be 'are of' vidders,' be regarded as a fixed inxim (it our Order; that brotherly oPve anid singleness of purpose ever be mrii mit to; that the 0. 13. C. is comipo edi of the choicest spirits of' the age; hat James I ichananm, Washingtoni lr inug, laouis Napoleon, and our illustri, ims townsman O ld Casper, b~e considler 'd honorary members of the 0. 3, C.; liat if' all men wem e bachelors, there onubl lbe nuo children cry'ig for bread, md orpfhian asylums would be umnces icry; that woman is not "heaven's last >est gift to man'; that it is better to lwellh alone in at corner of' the house-top han in a wile house with. a brawling voiman ; that we declare open and un om(nprommisinig hostility to the 0. M. C,; hat we particularly and solemnly warn lie dealy) beloved against an infamous vomk now In circulation entitled ''Coel his in search of' a Wifg', that, in point 'if hiilosophy, fun, eloquence, and pro 'onnd er'udi tion , these resolutions are imlsurpassabile; that the dearly beloved 'resenit their complimenits to Mr. Jr'eene, of the Bouton.Post, aniu desiro lim delicately to request Mrs. Parting oin not to comnnent o1i these rosolutions, No danger 1f 11ey taking My no ec f such absurdities. Thu Pittsburg (Onzctte estimates th arg mt population of that Aitdtmeda nviron, at fl( '7, gghg a dolo Alleganl uiiest iba Fom th* et1t'Jwlf oi r.Edior:r-Opsiing-a inte Englitia medical work qtitent randofn frtfge fell on tho fb!iorin usa e, which; '' # mit ,iui t&trand.rit6 it h 'a cdn;not I2 d I , 'It zine he e n ar On ordinary degrge'of light without pai, aid that the sound of your footJail may urot give: her the headache; but if you haiothie doornjnar, she--will amon likely itko c'oldi.4f rthe force'of yOtr frfenldship bituse vpt: to press ie? lihd a little tooforcahbly alt wv i. surely sregmgn i )goUiastept slyly bdhid.'hpr wien heotiu i k,sfje. js., alone, and cry. .U.o, oa gooso!' she will inlall probability fa4into. hysterien. It yht pros-her arm strongly between your, fin. -ger and tiumb;. you will make. I it black and blue; white it woold reljtire. in order to produce the s&riC cffect on'oine of Ar, 11arelay's dranymn, ihttle less than he gripe of a blacksmith's vic, .Thp, liund of little ,emp jo n*itij, the -dointipr sense. - 'So nuch-for'her -sensibilitv, now for lir contrantility. CAuld h sIi' curry a bushel of pont6es ou0l hcr head for'a ilie, withoist 'esting? 'Not she. 'Yet why can sho no? I*t. is tre., sh1e is a dy; b t s B'urns'gnys, S.A mnan's a ipan for a'hat. not 9,woan for n' 1ta Ther94ma% .~~aneithaer so, tail .r4 so wen rOIiIjl who could ca.rr a bushiel on:e neh 1..:111j resing, from Penn ji50js to Pt ie; A rce-end thitik I l0f0welIr.- .!ed with' a iflik~g "Ttere thet b6 'hne 'Ws, re'ANhh btaA drdlil'$rbnc ;han the 3ITm4 et of being i. lady, and the oth. er-a womnti iq 0.tio eMson, is, that theeptyp itf o igad9sqmgans a peciuij the sors ke jya nAeh , i tsnil r... eeni av 0t hoild he~ ~ easere tl th difhfe i* l jige dule %igi a 40.4k.411; wth an ou to Qerman wma~p1 ; hper. lp With 1dhemo 11upon )frilh. willh hors, -got ing efr. " , an wh i: Iet a)ppa-r r.mw. 11 ee( Freiclh ;> end ent *iju ioounttd upon - mules sonut girls, ' ,' far to market, but and pnck -sA loadd inams aihu. actally dh 1. the wny on thot; dled miles or - the fields working P51 and English .:l fed sand lodged ar with the vigor ' yrt surprisingly a ton, and ill - iti Ilrop the fe- are henthby. F v . iorous; 1ad but male peasant b. eautifu, as tic well as helhy. h . is? Their as 'Now what is ibi- < y live Iss tho habits. Nuthinig W h r food is luxurious than ths # bed, dwn Ifor plainer; m1de oeenn de.- 3 'n chiairs, :ove' riets, oitoasl. So d istt pres-. yilin vry where' te h) .erampo sure, and eecably LUotIa a~4llsuchugi thle ul est, andi (lurve th( %jpi t it is IenC 'comfiIoIts' they ore strae r k\le the li nsot thiese~ alone, or isnniniy iu ibit d<t difibrence. Te cntr inbut i rd to exrrise. it is tiheoul-door paysemicais, their free nnds fre:qus-m v~ et in fifc openl air, thaat muik S a tef ' y aire. .A m. it is the couiiredl in doer of ihe lady--it is her ilairkened p'a hsV her fear of sun ad air, that make h a ae-l icnate. fraigilec, suflbrinug, nad soon ii insg tin sg thaut she isa. Liet the lady ai th wma hu~~alii hbiu, iiaud 'he wvill exchsanger constitution4-esp5clolly' if' ith'echiage he naadel from childihood Mlo:hisrs, inik of thais. I do not ask thau youa w i give your daughters the em. p'oy ment or thet rnanneirs of the' A mazon, buat I dlo covet for them the Amnzon's. blom and vigor. aSendi themt out fret-lv inito the ope'n nir'; and give 1hiem acetiv'e emphloymetss more oar less5, in the hious enough at le'it, to prevenit the mlis~obiefst of a muerely sedenit a ry'i hit. Draw sidle those cuirt airs anatd let itn len ven's light. Ilyn noaa t hre kniowni to yoru, that light, as wvelt no nir', is casential to the best condi. Iain of iho Ihlalun system. A vd'getabie will grow wvithinat ligh, butt it will he col. orless and iielde-so wvill the yofmaaglad:,,. lIn fine, cease to rely oni medicines, cease io think of thiem; uaandnn all it pathiep 'arrop~zah exceepted :--temlporance andl oxt cresse, sun and nir--:hie pre the great nnI only, qnd the almost Soveegp, pop. servagies pof henllhnl bergty TIn' AlmRc '"M 1aA~y,.-h A mericani .Mgrclq$45 is '*tfe of ibis restlessy4 adyentroqa, on 'MiA o race and- 1 e, ti W chandiso' 1d brthe k ~eo caibaa senduhtlac wd ihipanU ice, OJF;,ort Orw4 iiid tond,~Ie makes 11to toleriAj ooofcry ~ij~ wrhen the co n 9~~~ i a rts, in Ml fpe rPoPuIATrONo Oi 'A rIge of' hauuiin bsh the birth ofChitQ rd iniIlio'ns-;and, -I presecj sup~popod pI h , world,, (009,000,o eviesV~#hhi* bor, of, thirty-onetbft1' A milli6ris : on flOiO TW rIcatl arid the grnwc. tho mvaoye1 0000. '500 Ad44i 44 I'd mwkalteir a1ro~ A nuwy 5Strangem T vinutic -waft-' an'd V~r~dt .6 orf citizen. soldiers, and notkrli& 14 chery and luhdoy; svery, moln At~ p figlos y overcomo,.~P,~ p~jIS ornu',tr for A1d6%,'W midablo. -Ter 10-i rlritos fgiiIr u di~ Los1', An th' dd, 1 A . i