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For all murriages the pritters fee Is ex pected. Wlidowt. A MININo RECOL.ECTION oF '49,50. Yes. the boys wouild always call him Lj gwood," ntwithanditg all his protestatn t o thle cLintr ay. When the name w Is first apoplied him him hite swoe, .hreaten-ed, t eveni weitit ia i ,, tit. pretty ruti._lti v hal dIle onttl :te tell. aw in (1ur1t Imiess, iut he gradually became re3coneiled like a true philosopher, t- thlatil i. w ich he led ni power to reimiedy, a mn mnswer ed to that 1:a1me as well as thie one. whiel 'his paretits eqetihealidu1 him - anr.d it was alouii tll they did start him into tihe woi ld wih-- Lagatm Wiods. lie was t roasugh, titittuort-d specituen o tjlie hack-wo diltii, stoiod six feet six i-i his siock,, aitl imigrat ed Itrom loiwa early in 18. Al. thoug h the ext-nt of'I his i-ud1itiint Went 110 further1f than a very limitedl ktiowleIge ofi the first. elemeni-ttl s (of, ai Eiglish education, and was as uttuth itn speecht la ii perso, %t, ie w%-I a man11 Ioa as line le 6eling- awld as go rids a heart as ever shar, d (widiit Saalch. ing) the pKwk and btais of hi.uinder. bus. To accident almone did he owe hi. name of "Liwood," amid altmiirhh he e.iuntenatne-d wi th uIfle.igniei'id displ-as utre the first atltemilpt to tnstett t. tup1oini im, yet it stuck to him lik- jitch tid c-htrearotl to the iead i it mouritigir digger. Owing to his height, he was called Lmng Wood, until it. w.:s pe. verted (6 Lomwoud by anil hombre whose defective nasal orga defied with ct ire success the proper attiula tion cf tile I .tters 'a' tand -g' as co m-. bitned in the wiord.dlotng;' he was co~um pielled to pronuce it hi g' andtiu 'I. g'' uttered in contjmitetion it with WA ouod, mtade a ve-ry nearti appronehit~l tim -ltogwiiod, and to httt r the' b. ji ke aind enjiiy tile victimt's cimnflisimon i a ttvinig his nalme burhesquied, Luogwiuuu was adimpted by the bimys, tuntil tlnal.y hie wa'is kntownt by no) otr.~ Altho'ughi Logwo ,d wase as peaciabhe andtu inO d fantsiv'ae as ant inf Iantt, lhe was tihe last mantI to turn his baick to daniger, let it come in what. shape it, mi -ht, lie hiamd been raised ini the back woos,uh haid been 4-n several hunitingitu exeuin s to the Rocky Muntains, andtu hia.i o: ce a ticmnited at govet nmen~lt train fromt htidepenidence to Santa Fee; cinse' quentl~y the Sighlt of a haistihe imcdian liad tnt.oly the efict of ereatuig - within himi a cnscioiusiiess that lhe wtas still Ligan WVoods; a man who feared necither "bars"5 or 'injitis," and who ccould swim the Mississippi, anmd usiglehtanded whale his weight in wild eats beflore breatkitst. Yet Logan Woo~cd had a wveakntess; he was excess. iveiy imiid in the scociiety of femailes. lie adured the whole sex indciscrimi natelyi btit. he seemed to lcook upon thtemu as. objects entirely beycntd his reach-to - h aditired but not ap. preached. I do not. knci,v whtat to at'.ribute it to. nnless. itndteed, it was a C~oucinusness oh his watt pf per-sontal attractions atimi acceomplishmiieii.s; bit on~ery toies the sightt oft a white fem~alu comapletely unmtiaininud himit. It Is nttt 'to be wiondeored ait, Ithen, whlett It is tol'd thti Logwoodmii's heart thumped his ribsa uponc~ making the dhAeo very that At tiutiily had iutIlonik vards of his cabin, inl the fidl of 185it - specially when it is made kicowi that one of the fettmles was a widow ot' soue thi. ty five years, whose his band had died on the plains early in tiet spring. Lgwood satw her, and ill Ihat case, to See wis hut it) admire, at Ieat toln hi part; whether oir noit the widow was simiairlv e(Teeted we will .endeavr to imake lie seqiel show. Yes, in intainl palanclle, L,11, wttd "weakeiied," to Ohe eharms i of ilie widow, ad. the consiqtienco was I hat after oe weIet, he vcild ogeasioi. ally be soeen stlen;kinig arind the caiiin tof his adorted with i "biled" siiit peepihag up st'f11y aroid his throat. Foor thus itrageoustiy haiit ilg himself le Wa1s caiOled to ac-coteaai by the bovs, andt as stieh sintgilar ctnilnet re(ulir d an explanatitnii (f %Omlie kind, I..tg'wootd was ceitompelled 'u point ti ith widow as the c:nze. 01' ctirSe evry(l encut1raetllit was -lveni to himln; the niitorts t*t a hitmiie. and thle plietisires o tnmtrried lil. were picttired tot him in the 111oL gh wilig -otiis lty the eitire mess, and no fie. c:sitn was Ireit that lime hi..-neelbrth sighteid t.y iy oh' hetm when in cmii p:aiy with the widow, if exaltiiig Lt tgwoiol i's excetll-e. The widlw, Ilnbtless, was shrewd eiigh tu is petever*y ttg of thiat. seort, ami hm1 3glied at till eeet; bt,Ai she ctonAl nolt bie ilnsenlsible L, I Log,-w,. d's "tini" .X shi was inler.sille to his hone.'st. w:s a w11inia11h lhi:ttl 'eeil cetisileria' le ttf' the wottldI. 11i1td knitewi frttmt a lifteenl yeairs' e-xper' icvisce ,I* mat rimoil. iiial life. that lve ai povert% mnight pol-),0hly exist...toge-ther uinder. lih.- Sinne1 rt et, eit vas ratlier itcont-istetnt, an, latving ott grownt I i all girlish Iaincies of I. %ve ma11tl rtuistace, likit a ,enib1le nomanm. she look-ed upton :ln Other matrintiial :tllia-ice sictly with an to bi I, ies. L"t gIwtd wvas pretty well stupplied with inere; tlii lhe withw had naer tlinledbeytl ae dnht. ind the.,mailcs Shich ,Ile hd:iti eosttwed up jtion him dting th. twtt )tr t.htre. ttecasiois tOn which they 1.1 ilt n-I. imadeLgwd donh11t, likec RImhad, whether hit inni :ot. ahv.1as "mi. k isi pk etso " f1at sint(tenl he wal.s t hei e was no r ial' tii d it. r mii i -vr o l he hitLti kente. exerei So l gre at. lart inl his dres. a tdturiingY the ktnth whieb chipsed previttu' to, his fir,t atelp Ito pay t lt y !a a regaalhir visit. Sv. eral tines it1 i at Iealettl it, bill, as tf'eii hal his e-iaratge 'Taile him, untitil at in-I, rtomi iidicat itos qalit. iiniamistuakatle, we were i.ile Ctili (t1 that he had dietermine 1pn. the tiliai top Ctr . ttilt his iie-ollitil-e which was Lt lbe the Sititlay eveaitig f tlltw inag. IlS:arl S~i atinjag :i'al rttim, he spp ills b.0h40S wlcommenciiled inteptlari: hima,ttt hai.n tii:.b a ing'tt nitl drying oie 461 the white .,bit i. iith whict tile pre eni'te (f tihe at lV tttn thlie imr l:L ibiee'd hiim to provid hisiil, matd patilting the iemil:iiral'tulrf his wagdrthe itl repamiri, iad the ixt moriing saw lim n araye-] in the v. r clh--icOL slt, 'ht131 it, haIldl tr aly evera' been his lIt. Lt ap. air il. lIe waiked ritn qillit e aIi.tracLedly diiring tlie ty, a vitlrtly u :mae.l at lilt. aIh.tight ofi the trial he was aboatt sh. jeetinig haiim.self. ThI botv wildked at each other, but sauid iitin'ig. .lveaing catte. :aid at iigab It ighat tX'clotck , asliI Lt tgwoodate was still ini his c'abi..; buti ini lilL't'ii mainuites afteLr, theC ne essnary coura.:e wats somaatiitL'd, and hie slainte'td sltowt toiwards lie e.a bin of' the w it 11w. hlow uiatteirs woonhtl have Iter' tiuiiauted I ami tunable toi s-v. hai not acceideant steppe it'd tha le auid of i le b.a',blil latver. As lie was pas lngt the doora for' the~ teth tiaate. the tithler 'f the hoily ini queast'iton, an ttld aatii itt' unid inivited hiine iin, lle at 'irst. re' 11used. but anihitet plentlyI aga'eid tt ''step in fori a mttimenat,'' anda thle neXt, Iiite he was ini the prieseiieu itf his Theli cabin wtas dit idedl iaito two aparit mieiits, oiae if' whlih was t ocnpiedl as a sleepta"it- roan ao'rt rtiims, anid thle oi tr aniswered' fora thie liprposes itt diating anid sitLtng r' tut. lie fioiand th Il:udy ad her' miothier' at homtae, ami, with the aid arnd piresenoce if thei old1 gentlean, I~ ~ogwood maaged to iiake himself qj ite ieasy fhr the tuime bteiing. him the e. torse' it' ani lhtoar the oild lady retired toi betd, ini die adljti n' inag i'oim, ail ini a tew iimiutes after, wit hout giving him ia maoaaeait's re'flee tion, the uld ant bitd it 'gwiod gitoda lint, the horris'' ofil his situati~i~iogan ft intg themaaselves~ uiptn the~ indi taf theo timaid lover, as lie sow himiiself' a loiie ini thle presentce of' the widitw. ie wonthil have sinatchted his liat aid depearted, biut ai kinid of tasciinattein fixe'd him i to his sar, andio thea e thie poit ir fellow .,ai, itntil he sweaut started l''rom every' pore~ of his hoge bod3. The'lauady was ver'y aigrecable, t'elt very oiiich aut hiomae, tand, sy umhizing in his power to rel eve his emInha rais I I;et. Ile aett el e pled tO l v1onv witi his comipanisill; bit he .earvel knew what ie said, or h1ow to ac. The Widow pitied himi i, aisi finini that there was no hi pe 4f his movinigi in proximit.y neater her thaii let I'eet, tok ocasin, whie ajIp)y in a little iore fuel to the fire. to lessen that comfi.Irtable ditaunce by taking a seat within Ihree feet of im. Thli wiis imleed trying t) thil couragte of iniiortiniate Logwood, and now tihe c si.tbilied wrath f ttle bl.iziiig fire, Crone the heat if which he had no t thebs esurage ti msve, nid till? excitellelt, of Ii, sitnatiin th rwlise-, huge drpis ,I perspiratiok i it' beganl to geter 111onl li4 ts oreh1sead ansd cors11rse dowil his fie, . lle pullied1 his handiisl kerchief irillim his pockAet am coicncied iisppinMg thle sweat fim his eves; hbut the :insi.ard with w hieich it h1ad( beeln l deII Stisted v tie Ibys was n it calei tked to rive! in uelh reliel tO.his Wiltery il. ties by tlhe apiplicatiol, andt two' .f tt, ro.iie-c will w ere vatcaing thle - ti11.nra is Ins within through a displacedl chiinitg, saw that all hisgs win ked as desire,1. (fsciourse., the misopre ihis e3 es hevale ili-eted the lii ore tiey- were riibei, thle Issre lie o.sced inits them. Ther Cnl be litb taut. oie reI- h; e sbseaaiti as blinid a- a hat; tihe paii was pli fect Y iladdenlingi., lie ,niiatchedi his h;c 11r.1m Ilh-: Imneh bevsidel him, and rel1% inig ,sole~ ll c';anic~e iii ma1 a g ii. iaaide Ia 141,11 filil the dti r. illt I was sadlv ill error n-ganliig its pissii ,-f cmpas5 from the s. whire his was sisilimg, ir iiisad sf jniisipi I ssu t. s f thlie dloo r lhe , ji i p ed hin to h le 15rs 1i1fI the widlow, viss, 1iimabl1e it aicconilLt. 1or hi stiranags erssis n151e, hIIIl risnl ti, lie: fleet an11d ws.: siiid s linr iin 1-1ir1t st' the belinl uoIl wIie ll h h heen "iting. Wid. W, 'Loold, and he.. were il ai1 i..sltanL psiled u)on the i .,)r t..goitier. The lasy sereain i Isl, Lo55Zwuld mdIile alslOtier pbmgs for th dosr, Which e sIo ceeedled iii rach and g .-ing rsug in -,om WIy. JI -t as the s1tu1 mal 111mi:te li app..srance. ibit hi tiObIles were nt. dse.s; ths boys tI IlaceJ a b&i - iet ill fIrsint lf the dsissior, :is 4sver it ts Isolled just inl time ti lerive . bulck.et ill - 41l4. water1 i:: Il he and il Nw vimbled it) see a 6 ilter. ill r1:11-ed to his feet, perfect!%y boilinlL wcilh W 1111, ihe fist njsIect. which 1111 his imperifet visioni Wa, tle old 4till who war I omp-t..Iy heo ildert . - L-qg~wod. without, kniowinga il*or 1 carin2 wihsi te .1:s, b-:t lIlievirsg him ill sl5555e VeIV cnne with the trick pla ed ipon hiii, kiisckedl him spriw ling, n1111 tieln started lr thle river tio ha131te Ii eye-s. in abslt. an hoisir Lrgw sd retirn .l tiho. (i -hlng a1ll ths nisys il hsd :aid 1..1. caring! abIslt dist'overilg. t.. thli . - ,i-4 sit niatif i s. shitiedin ili" withI tit a igh1t. Thel. next mornwiing" he iw; eyes t- a had cOld, n1--r did all* lonle slii it alvi.'b1151 1o let hnfil oih-rstm that ht k:i-wc t : Is, IlI. t rar The lad y v.1111 Ihie family wias. iY kept thlie ci reaimsii mllee Ill tiei-. seives, 111slhgl Ihe lit- ever c-mb14 evans lv explaini it; an1d it was- nost suintil Lsgwsol Jeft th- [ar, tha1t tlt imiystery w is ssolved tit the whis 5w - ie alws believed the hlesy WI cncerned inl thi lit, in 111 I ome w :y - andss hi-s spilnioni oif..he fir Sex, and usf wsidis'cs ini pa:rtieinh3r, underwentiIi 31 3rea3l chanlge illn consquece. lie neuver cal Iled upons1 hecr aga:~in, but thle 5n (ext s sa of thle evennIi~g oft hi visit lie gavle hi white shiir Its toan hoiliaii. andis frs, 1 th lit sday to this hias never1 Viet sis i3 th aie 4l;haigter ssf thle D)uike sof es nt~i, whoa wa-a greanson aof Geosge the Tils; who wai vs thle granid. sson 5f Ge(sorsg~e I ih- Seesios ; u hii wa,~i Ithse 'son 5.1 Prineesss 'ssipshias who. wa, sc thle Cssini of Anune ; whoie waus Ilhe si st ei ofi Wilia and111I ~ Maryv ; wiss "5ai tile ditghtel' aiiis ssin.iii.tw of Jlaine IC:he i Seco inii ; whos 'sas tile ssg I. tiale,- tie F'i r. ; 'shloi wsI te sonIi siof31 Jame. thle First; ' hso wsa' the esson ssf MNary; wshos ws~as the grands sdasuh. ter sit M argarei't;iwho wsv thte sistei ssf Ilinry the1 ighetih.i whols ws's the youil oifII lry tih Sevenith; ws'hos wsv~ the sisn sof the Earl isf lteiichnind; whois wssats Ithe S son oflt 'nithriie, the? ' widow sof I Isnriy the Fif1thI; wsshis wsias the son11 os I lenry thle FoursthI; who ti wasis thbe co1. siii sf IIlichtaid t he 3-seconsd; whols wsl. the L~llc-1 grn sit of sIwanrI the Tlhird; wshos wlas thie sln sif EsIwmduc ijhe Tini; who ie wsII thle ~sonr of EdIwaird thec Ss. cooail; who wsa~s thle soio Iiclce i ry Itihe ird;I~ who-c wsaus thne soni oft Johli; wsho wva-s heison of11 f IlleiIry 11he Scecond; ws'hsoIs~ as e sit ofi Mal ibIla; whos wli'as thes dlang Icer ssf fleiry thec First; who~s wais the Rsi si o ~ Williis linin -; whoii wa'31s theison of51 sit ~iami the (C, nquer~i. 5)3; whoat wats the hastard ~son sf lice I 'ske sit Nsirmaiiniy. b~y a tanuner's 'raiislieate friin F-ench l'apers fuo the Houme Jourinal. News ased Nosease. PoraTRY YET IN TIE WaILD ! ---Thie winiig ipl of the romanice f real life las recently takent place i4 the qutaintt ofilcial world of Pa is Thus rms the stiori At a Colt 13.i SOfC twenly yenrs since, a yotung 6flicr tf the Frenel ca' alr :set and wI:ss elarned by i beautiit Englis h girl. I It- obtainied lia isntoduct imi and dance I w ith her a. oaft as lie cotuld witliit eitallengiaag Ll.t ren k of' his Grace, the % uing lady't 1apa1. ()ir liersa was htandsisoaine, .1aIni aile, witty, atnd in every way a persi to win tte- goposd will a! tihe fliir sex. II.- was of gos.. finally, and had tilt ariticantlie de allixed t) 'iis nine, aI it u.:h he could boast no pat i inoia L-tle. Tle young lady was of Eng"ld'. privileg.1i clis-hoth it..ble a. d weial ihv. Tii-i, sswe-ver, air liover did is know when first he tuiwe.i btIse te clans ofis ai' ler beauity- L.ve begets I..ve, and wisas - ar.: grateflul; and ti( lair gi-l trturnd the % mmn st bilrl:er aidevosti. 'hey uet, ofteni-holoai w/<ere we c:auiti sa ; bt Paris is Iart .niil En.agli.1h custosil arie conveieil llr 34ouaing peo. ,ple. Th.is wIas It'l char. mingly agleable, bu1t. til nsatislactr1y -;r th.irW, was a ilrLatiOwi 1 - liltistan;oil alixed tt it--liarl ilg ! At. lei.gth our hervine disch.4; bei wislies iti her parnts. '. hey are itir, rilied ; their dauaghater stanr y a Frenich mani, inrely a licea a 41t, a i1nun witilut aslate ! It is i iP, ta bu I hiou1ignlt afi. Shte listenis L.s tOhis decis 11sts isn tears. A first we-akniess lasse-d :s. i even. ,hel fels naature's dictate an. lie st rensgti ich64-al live givsS. Slit Iext h ;tly and firmsaly dee.a'rs Lta het a ts thal site Isves tle yousng (,Ihi er witlh Ier wille heart inld hIm oia y will sie sinry. That, in they wil sisA permisit ter to judge oi ier tl%*s h siiness, shin 'ait tM.11l she is is ige, whsest the cera'gi saeas sia rr)lt usenas wvithouat pane 'nIa leave. M% Lor d ias. M-y Ladv arc mada con'i555s that thea.ir farir aid ga:.tha dl.1alasiaer hsas a Will i'f lier own, at ;slsi a patienlt, detes iniiatiti to grati ty tlat will. T.hey ci me L.a parlhy iald etes'r iiti negociationIs with tias young11' people. '1 ie lsvers are io bie separaed fill tawo i ears-it sha0 n14-t lie conatsidered all eipttgeetteitl-alltd tl th tin laah a11111 rcieve the a..e-ses sot asthe On the otlher h1anid, it overs are t. -a periitted ti; c1esp nd, lIs iev reaint lovers :,L the itend al tw, ar is, thv sha arry Wait full Csot ,ls lan aplpri lslatiioil. h'le % -unlg haily Cssnt--h-s her anx, 1iss lvri' it it h tht aissati;isce that elie sinVe is as.ehanl.gvd, a-.d a.sat two year. albaice wi sly seve to prve helic .5la-eS i it In. Ms' ea'i ftler, as . endema ili lls u)ii e zantiu les'r still nsrte. They I ast. Thai nsgista party re a1lias las lit . I l riiti'g, iat It 1 liltv ex .-hlatit ct ters daih -and uah let iv] t Ihat a leligi l, allt I till tif tel alatis iniri. esat ! Io p 0oo lasngaagi seeils d La t lin! Ilti, alne day, (sir frir ieroin lisaelled ill vaist fsor the accOlstfi a'agl itluan s knasd, so weIl knaown' Li evey Lonidioner'a. l ie eaitie tait. '1 hei anext daty passed. atad te nsext---tand sass sidaaiigs al~ tlht:-. litasty days jtiss ed, ltasal brsiarght disajsystitit assly, t'aea's leaga iesed inta ilt ilths,:suda ato letster checeed thIe tick heat of th'eii possir gir'l. Tlhai third sasassth esant roun a nd t heasr htssie baeamse fait Itheit My Lady' cosoled lien dauaghter aa1sptaled thle 3 sassng salier', ansd ling ca thle aarept5i ace of l.ai sd -, It si iir larst' l Iail. "*It ans thuts thalt a Itriue Esngl i sh liear ts solId resenist mt .isualt "- breie isaths~ sitare 1pa1s MeIanwtthile,5 le unapptj y dantasel wraite: let ters, anid sends thema tin evern ps sill way, In the hsapse osf'obtiaiing.. ii expalaation isstof thIis long si lencee. N sai a'ostmes; alt i baesomses constaviecttiin slhe is idesca ted. Site stille's the laava is her hearts , anid praide caomeis las aas hera seil resp ect, liltastng ana Isge saig ade'~sh aof he lar oawi, site ) ieldas t tha sol her' snothIer.---My Lady, I w a unirr L' ord~ait - i t sine I Iavs ais dide~iid, let us be at arried ijsk a ." It was dsuue, ifteen yea'rs pafssei asy. Ournet n iic~li s a waadsw! Fiva La eahs. n e, antd My Lady lies ill tln Shte calls herta dauighter tat her bed. sie, ad coutlesses ihat, .shte htai ale t aned thle let tea's of thle younisg a shjiei -s-lant hte had bseen liini . T~i prtoasfs tal it wvere bsy the hundr~lled it thte desk. "M~y Lady" .dies. ()t liersinie seeks thtese letters of! ha'r lasv er asf lher ont lifual da s, anal li, d: has aof his, said saso thtase9 sho has wii tten,~ int the vaini haspeat of' sbteiati exjsantuatiaon of his csie. were firgotiten in reading tle expres simns oaf li-etioii and deviotion which they breatlhed. She was youing agaie aid her hieart .d knoiwn no care ; it was again the spring Limte of her lit'-. -Site tuok these letters with her and weit to Paris. She sought iifrmiation from Ihe Mini-ter a f War, of him who wai, Lietutenant in tle cavalry in 1834. a he auitlhoirities replied, that the Lian. It'nant *of1 tlat,1 little wais 1i1v C1,111 anuding Generial, and that h. was -tatioiled inl one of Ihe Sotimhern De. paratmenaaatF. 'The Widow wroite to. tune ( a'aaai ail taumt she w.I alt Paris aid de. ,ir-ed to See him. He o1btained leaive aoal lbsence, and h1a1astti ee to Imaeet tihe lady. All is explained, and our ltv. erus sat iaried. To lie stare, the G'eCeral is no, longear youmg; his an. iers ave the same clian, and h s elegance and1a4 style lesseii his appajiarnCit age. The latly cariies her inadmissa. ble loirty ) eais as if a hey iou ibered butLi, til y. 'i he later twenty o tleir liven are likely to be iappier thatn either o' the first. Aid -io ends a real romance, th at is very like one inl a strvy.btok. Vesicyna Circuit iliders. (Frmii the Leetire of the i ev. S1tr. MILIUn'N, as repo: itad tlrough the cuili s fir the Charlestin Courier, we extract the f. -lawing aiiedootaes of I wo iAdividuails of that ela-s aof meii wt h. have dine sta imnh -.to spread the -.hid ews( of salvation through our western wilds.) A :man th..re wan. God gifted in minad and.I body, wi; h1 a gellitas that -l e out thio.igl all elnItIds, and a irm1 and illieli that Ai.llo, would ot hlv*e spurnedi. I le goes a "ciren it ri deri" at tile afge f.1r sixaeii, aid hi4 st' its forth iat arkedi main. IIe coact d iot look as oather-, thiiiiik as iothers titr speak as tthors; ail therefore lie wits iii. igtd, ceui i1lred, tiiten lhar.ibly re. bikeil. Genserois aind nibly iue. ai:inded, he listeiied to his seaisiors. air evetn ti his ya ai 1er. ietinen, aniod at. Itealimpte iit stitsfy tile .erojles of all. Noniconiamity. hawever. is t te lawt 4-1 genius, while establihenilt'its anaid evertay iubl- demand emfiirnity. Theiy swaddlie1 him inl drab nai "..,ha~d bielly coats," mnd conlplaim d tia' ini nll niodes and fOrms oif diess he still Its ked a dandy. Tlhey senat him alt ist too a field tihat it wats ahiaisot wasild break him iitao rule. Ii thae West(ern parit lat' V. rg ainia was si:tated a hg eaiui the el.aaks ill wliici were d:ailaad a d lilled with yellow itid-it had, perhiapls, half' t a secnad sirv, at here pi coill stitly astaloy wit haouaat letaviag led, aind adlit thile it diuG athlite witholut tile aid it as v doactuor'-a ilt kithei serves a;I a iaareaktiiat aind duainag, a dressc~iag untd pre-aebing rom A utanher --f hiets With thesir ehiekens are takeni inl 611r zafe keep-iig Amid the lihking of dogs ald the oitisat if cailahirei t lie itita. eiailit prea'acher haitd tip study-ad.1, ill. tir muidiigit, when all had retirea i t rest, stretchedI tan his stnsitaehai belaore the eisb irs afI tle fire, whicb se ved ' li-s midinight oil. iha lt oily ae. qpiiiel a s. flicient kino' la'dge too prots41e. eante his callfing. lit, heiame matder (at eveial language. lIe itpren.ted inl ne ear vter 400 tiimes, tiavelled linarly 5000 ini as, ..nu ait thle end ofi t hal timae his sairy aaianiunte'd to tuehad e dal lairs andia t aa n 'i es."' TIhat lima was. lleii-y II. Blaseim. the miagiiienit ly enidow-ed gehniuas, whoaase w hale I ife wais an upwtarid strulg. gle. TFake one sam ple aof thie .an as mi tft thesaei mehi. Taie Ilev. Johnlii Straini wlad a l -tei'a ier aug athe saddmilebia iii... naaeers oft the No. ihwest, *1alt'ie hae lonag toiled. Ille wtas' eii tawed wvithi rich aand rarie gi fts of' voice, andR wals nimt onl. ly a I'oaible spaeakei', hut a "swetet singaer in Isael."d A l'riendtt who haid knlam'Iili n him an ovedl him i siae hi, first laboasrs, antd hadl gow waa'i tealthay in the rapid promit,' o t neiac't ak set t lieent, presenatedl himi the title tdeed to a alf Itsectiaon ol lain i--three huiidre'ad atial twenty ac:ews Tim nia~r. I. edJ aon, atnl bae ciompi leated his Itoing atnd we'taiisa me0 (cirei~tit. Ona seekinag homeli fsoi a br'ief ra'si, he piroeedaea, lirst toaw ard t he ciain aoft his laiiand aiid bieiie'tetaar. IDraainig thle title. eted Iram iiis saidilebuag; hae saidh, a" lere', myi) deari sit', taake this." Quaestiaons lsitt'a'd ihr' uaeplaniatio n, aiid it wta-,' braclly givteni. "I Iavae to sin .t," sid lilt pioneertti, and I Is ve one hiymlil above'a' atll. I waould rat her sing thit by~ ion watithI a gioid 'onsetence, thi~m tao iwnt'ii Oh1 (iaj." Tlhatt. imn was the well knowna hym lan taf Asimv 's beaginnling ' "No0 fo'ot oif lanaI dto I possems, No ctingat in, iiia wikatirnss1 A pqur wvayftamg main; I glat ly wanti lair to au-l fro, Ai-I aiweil atwie in teni< beawtr Tall I any Caniatan gaia.' "~Y'on willI bvatk mny heart," as the uak said to tbe axe. A 0001 MAN Go)M.-The Ahingdri Virgininn ;notminuetts Ile deitth or Saunel ioilie, an old und reepected teacher of -hat place: "iThe past, Ilie present, and the ri. -ing generationts in this place have been tintght hy hin, atid the oldi man loved to slew lie bhock upon iwhich th- Hion. % in. C. Preston mit, when an urchin in his school. lie wa.s a native o Ireland. and camn to this country in his yonith. Ille gutet, and unohtriisive and conlsi-t ent walk tirough life had secured tle love atid respee:t ofl all; and it may b sail with Itruth that no tian ever lived or thed III this catrntiiunity who thad tfotne le-i harm or a greater amount of good thian Sauiel lIBailie.'' ANoTtrin SLAVE Row AT PITTSnURn. --on Saird;y l:st, the leon. Lynn ield, Speaker oft the Houe of Isliresentatives, trcollinmieil by his lamily, mid a colored ern.-le ser-retnt, stoepped at the St. Chatrles Mlotel. in littstu iir-, and while they were :it breakatl they were. sorrounded by. :1 large nonlier tof negrees, who endeavor. d to take the servant weainani off by torce, bitt wer - prevented 1 y the interfer ence of a numher of gentleiten. Soin af ter .\lr. Biyi and his Wiaily started to .10 down Ito the ste unboat fr Iotnisvill,, -n1111 were f'olliower by an exciteil crowd. At the hwit lthe m13tb was met by the cap. tain with a revolver, wilo threateited to sthoiot down thei first one that catte nn hoaird. This had a good effect, and Mr. Boyd and his huitnily ani their servant el'-eted their escape. ititshrg is he "e-tniin famous l'r these disgraceftl ex hibitions. NEnnIAsxA.-Bhli branches of the Ne. hraska irgshitire iave adopted tite fol lwitvieg resolutions by a nearly unani mons vote: "Resotred, Tjiat we herewith endilorre the prioiplen enninciated in the bill or. .anizinr the Territories of Nebraska and K1iismiu, that we ejoice that the geographi. c:ll line b-etweenit the northern and sothti ern Suites hbe heen era-er, leaving the peiple of every State and Territoiry free tit control their donetic institutniste; and that we cotmmend the lirais and piatritic otirse of th ine en. withunit distinction of party, who have aileol in estsblkihing lie souiutil const it Ut01io principles of the Cmpilornise of' I850; and1l "Re--ol red, fi hermure. That we pledge ntrsel-ve to Ipi ose any unfair dicrtianina. pimeis, stich as those .llrthe late Mis-ouri enopmomi isv'; but to protect and eetind the riuLhts of tIhe Statet and the union of *he St-4ote. and to :!ivance and perpetuate the doci rine (tf peopular sovereignty." CoN nESSIONAL MotiALITY.-We were itfinataely amsc ii thet ior ftar wiveks .tgo tiy at ptattical jtke in V ashingtotin City upoin a number of lite nice men ( t.' 'ongres. It wias 1.,.0 gootd to be left unpublished. A coupn le of mt1errY fellows, iel of themn a distinuiikhed mem liber of Conigress Am at Sonthern State, and the (ither aL dis.tinginished ex editir friom Ken. ti.eky, c(ncocted at letter purpioting ito be addrsed by a yotng laidy to :a very fitte Itokitig gentleman. h1 was got tip it first rate so yle. Thle . reteniled y oung lady set fAnth thereint that sie had several lties seen the g.tt lImian she wits addressiiig, t it sone wit-a captivated by his litle lace tnd mttanyI for., that her heart wa< dleeply teteeled ly -:ll she saw an1d hearid if hill that. she iiimist uIale his atiuni tce befire his deoparture fromi tile city, theat site hi iped aid pit)ed he wiuld targive her seeming hioldiess as 't was the lie st imprei. aletit at, tif ler if, tit site had al waVs mitoved and wAs still titoving inl the higltt circles iff the Capital, that It wotuild he ijuti at certamti square I~ i'lac~ ceti s t at precisely 12 dlressa which site deseibed with great part icualarity, and that she hoped ndu tuted( he wotald tmeet, her~ atid thtis afltrd her an oppaorttunity of a bi lef personal itnte narsei witht the Idol of hier heart. VTe t wto wngsa had be. tween~ thirty atnd fiirt.y coipies of this letter writtent by a femiiale frienid of thecirs, attd they set, these ce'pies tea between tah-ty an~d forty membeilrs of Con'tress, selectitng It-e o'f course who were knoewnl to enterftait a vety exa ted elpiionll of their owntero ai fiascinat iinfs. Everylting being thuts arra'nged, he two jeokers cal led tupon uts and aitntothr ', eounlg gentlemtati, explaine.s what they hadh done, antd litvitedl us tea g.et int., their carriatge, ride willh thetm tea the poinit fC tassigntatlon, antd s'aeei the sighits. We uthesitattintgly contsetited. tind wot saw sighits teuro te nigh. I tidog tipn it Ihe desigirated itqtutre, wte beheld the wvthoe of the thi ity or fiarty tmemtbers, Northertn men and Soithlern~ mtn, Wigs,', Dem-i mcrats, atnd Know Neitings, walkitng t) ttnd ftro, tall gazinig earnestiy mi eve ry direction and iat every .fetmale fig. nrte tea disceiver the objecit of their attx. We ctotthaded, that if a few more Cpies o tiChe letter hadl been senit toi tm.tmbeLrst of the I liuse~ f ltipresenta. twes. teiattt Hu eituld have~ had to mtdjentI tr the wa~nt of a qaurumt. Louisville JoJunal. A matn if' wut oneo said, rightly entttgh, " ie whoa finids a good vein.. aiw gains a sue ; heo whbo finds a bad one.ti lusna a danaghier," AN OLD IAN'8 SEcrr.-Ah Ital. inn Bishop strugled through great dlillietilties witho'ut.repining, and niet with nuch opposition without even betra iigthe least impatience, An int itnite friend of his. who highly ad. mired those virtues which he -had '.iought impossible to imtitate, el1 Jay ai.ked the Bishop if he could eiln. inmunic:ate his secret of being always' easy? 'Yes,' replied the old man,' I can teach my secret with great. facility; it conisists (if nothing more than mak. ing a right use of my eyes." Iis friend begged him to explain himitsel f. 'Most willingly,' returned the-.Bish. ,,p ; in whatever state I am, 1 first of till looik up to heaven, and remember that mny principal business is to get there. I then l.ook down on the earth, and call to mind how small a space I shall occupy in it when I come to be iiterred ; I then look abroad on the world, and observe what nultitudes there are in all respects more urihap py than myself. Thus I learn where true happiness is placed, where all our cares rust end, how very little reason I have to repine or complain. E-STOMOLOOICAL.-A correspondent wihes to know "what lines in Shake. speare is-' entirely ent mological " We cannot dlay, unless somebody be.-n round has sufficiently barbarous to read a certaai passage of Maebeth in this wise: Fly, Flea-ance-(ants,) -fly, fly, fly I" A witty lawyer once jokeously asc. ed a bonrding.house keeper- the fol. lowing questions.: "Mr. - , ifa man gives you five huundred dollars to keep for him and dies, what do you do? Do you pray fh r him?" . : "No sir," replied Mr. , " pray for another like him." A good old Dutchman and his frow set up till gaping tine, when the lat, ter, sfter a full stretch in the above operation, said: I wish I was in heaven.' Hins alsuo yawned and replied: '1 vish I vash in the still house.' The eyes of Sally flew wide open as she exclaimed "I I-e pound for you, you always wish yourself in the best place." AN amuisin g incident occurred in 1o of our down east churches some years ago. The clergyman gave out on a pleasant Sabbath in July: I love to steal awhile away From every cumbering carei, And spend the hours of setting da7 In humble, grateful prayer. The regular chorister being absent, the dutv devolved upon the good old Deacon~ M., who cominienced: "I love to steal" And then bagged down, and raising his voice to a still higher pitch, he sung "I loye to steal And, as before, he concloded he -had got the wrong pitch, and deploring that he had not his "pitch tuner," he deter. mined to succeedw if ho died in the at, tempt. fly this time all tihe old ladies were tittering behtind their fans, while the f aces of the "young 'uns" were all in a broad grin. At length, nfier a des. pierate couagh, he made a final demon, stration, and roared "ut: "I lovo to steal" The effiort was to nauchevery oth. er but the godly and eccentric parson was lauughitng. who arose, and with the~ utmuo-t coohiess, said: ''Seeing otur brother's propeensities~ let us pray!." "Why in asuch a hurry, said a man to? an acquaitntance. "Sir," said the mian, "I hatv.e bought a new bonnet for my wife, and fear the fashaion will cheange before 1 get homc." "Come here, my dear,'i want to ask yo'u all about your sister. Has she' got a beau ?' " No, it's the jaundice she's got ; the doctor says so." To spin and to weave, to ktnit and to stuw, WVas otnce a girl's employment ; Biut now, to dress and catch a beau, Is all sheo calls enjo'ytment. It is cnstwmary among. business people to square up their N l ooks and tuake aicco'ust ota k. A well known business man. et. , ---street, recetntly met a fellow merchant. *Alh, 8 , how are you?' '0 busy, busy, very busy' taking acconmt of stock.' 'Are yotu I' was the response; weet it's a great ba~re ain't iti but' iftt~ G .d ! am saved the troub~le-athie e' rif camne and took an aoosat ofi4# my stock las't.week'