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II * M2A3PU1 T2A , WTMN MuLSs " "O"", i - rlfkil~aa, acrd (i man saw .h .+.. wfignfte-M are., 35 WbnWm ase d Gee Sw-m go am i-04-04-60 aýirrý o a ýýw~i Me MbmoIL kad I~U Lr 'CMD It,, Y 4 "i js A ~OoCt1WG!AG~)~;OENT. has a 4ý NOMA 40-4 AM lilcol"=f AM ,------- ;·5 _EULt~ A W:-bP~h aur pott's Corner--- detttDb. A PAINEYRIC ON VOMAN. [Read directly, then read first and third sad secoopd anad lrtth lmes of each verse, and lo! the difference.) The bliss of hinm no tongue can tell, Who in a woman doth confide; Who with a woman acorns to dwell, Unnumbered evih will bethie. They make the daily path of life A pasat Journey, strewed with Soweras A dreay scene of palanfl strife They quickly change with matchless powesa Domesticjoys will fast decay Where female Influence is unknown; Where'er a woman holds the sway, A lan is ip perfection shown. Bhe's never failing to display Truth in its native loveliness. A heart inclined t, teachery A woman never did possess. That man true dignIty will Ad Who tres the matrimoI sate; Whoepou a s ous wainaakad, W a n hie fo5s when teko la.. Jamit IUebings antb it s tcns. THAT 1ISTE1B. . BY B.ANCIS LOUISA BADEN. [IPon the'iew York Ledger.] m"O segt easily j.ku babdag wreegd Perplexed o the eatwe. Shakespeae. As happy and loving a little wife as ever bleaed the heart and home of man was Rath peer. A gentle browneyed little dovir who believed all the world as good and a kind a herself. She had eem mrri veyears, and degln that time hwedly a shldow of care or tro~le had eatesd her ttle homne, except what fad been brought by her husband's old aunt Prn denee, a maiden lady, very pdor and terrn-ly proud, who lived witit them. Slittle chrab of a boy w the crown i of her life. She would often ai she was t-pplt woman via the worl, with the beat hasbat and swedlet-idy. In the next house lived a very pretty girl to whom Aunt Prudence tool a manifest #is like; and indeed she was the eaase of many a heartache.to our little Ruth. ,amer said Lilly Handn was engaged to a mn old enough to be her g --4dfatharmai ra gement of the old -olks Lilly did mit )~ve say one particularlty, and as tAs old Colmel was immensely wealthy, aba did alt obdect to their araageoyent. . A great intimacy sprung up between ti 'oung girl and Ruth, and when the lt toth.er, aLleuteaant Seatos, came take ieister a vist op his return m ,maredy a day passed without sa t pleasure, or sight-seenug expedtta, feand thme together. It was eo very evident Iaiilly'e bright yes had amde a decided iam en the young oeer. s In a comimeaS fa s rt ai nsfls Vwe . told s as mak, but ao uldebystan "Bat it is a hopeless case: Sh islt teothid to that 'Old Colonel.' It teetso)d her old enough to be her gran4dathai b he is a noble old chap, andj cannot help Sk ing him." "Woeid he not release her, think you, if she loved some one else better r" saggeted his rider. "%o, jI think not. It seems her ftbet is under some very great obligation to hu;, and I am by no means sure that she does love any es better than her old Colonel." ': vI s aeueeuds, owl 7Sms3 . etat iiay looked on wthy other than simply friendship. Bat to Ruth's amazement, very mes her husa began to grow very fond ef Lilly's ompany. If they were going to any ploce of amusement, he would be almost sure to "You had better ask Lilly to go. Her old e.wer does not take her aet smhrebad- te will not go with yow gtlses'ra Aunt Pidenaedid not hesitate to.e.i-s herself very eely. On one oemon she ai-: 'qi.j, Bath, M~id, I do nswf wmas methinhiug amut, amt i mei hfat is sae Ie o #eMb ~ d3IQ ItL plai as dsý Or aa. as rioi blid. or rwaitee Lt d Itw. nd m hatA mis a an l a ever sum Ur i -aasto tell ea to pe q and what asplead ti you didn't fast it. ltr eyawresie rd not 1. Amhhhyeuty I yaai ta Oi hwl i S msa ld just ad attentiva m lo fa a mash of himed aoui[ p b 4' -rseb a met halp being ,I 11 NOW" ngaa bat I d tlhna I1C n "I ms. 85.msain 1. 8a wante is as. hiay iaayl Le w beutep a ·Ywr deer a mmmicker he goo tohis Maste ex claimd little WilE. aEma mesp ia as p tepsktop to Asz meees Ott tim. o-Indeed, Roth was ?y it haft a pmt'atL' ire had re a fthe pubjat. Poor littLi. bqr pretty hoe had a decidedly ýiW days aftr this ooaveamatlob, bllhy ese adit into the rotst ' aytR - ,aim't It mastrwo e '-'--krslIwud~atthlmueo I waitheir himt amaaii b must hv p mud -eI umt the wim w- _ -n if dr aspet neede as epaiagv, e "Lawant iR if hem boinjttar far me, stcall at thu1oiohe dt hmA ha,,du ha, Iow to upd low I 1ud --rrtbe Rua bm" Q'I IaL)Lh far ye e, I'll hve ii 'That Wen .,re ls h iii w 9 whe hrh bis. Ru w ading what ia the mastter? What Is me ye r i s t-.lrsa f ro or -J y preuea bet love and hPPsa umm wiiih the lat few Teia~ Lis bo Qt S =5, asea SO= aria -W he. elrm~ am ;om - mz - whtArrl bmj s r~L~~PclabU heWbIe by what d4m FZ-in 1%d ss.4 at mes *1mbi' mesmms~ wiR11 Tr - b) d aad t w IIk -'- tLI Il rr Y fm ir aw~aa s Mmeqt" ua rat ' LIumS% Us s rb ath.'S. have full confidence in my husband; and can not you throw the mantle of charity over Lilly's actions f" "Humph, I don't know what style of maLn tie charity wears, but it will take a mon strous large and long one different from the prrsent fashion, to cover up and hide that girls bold and wicked ways," broke forth the old lady. 8o days passed into weeks, and there grew to be a coolnes between Rth and Lilly, the latter trying her best to warm the chilled heart of her former f.lend; and when she would throw of the feeling of esnicion, and be a little eernl and easy, Ant Prudence would sugg some new eutrage to society in general, and domestic peace in particular. At last it came just as she knew it would Sday a note i George was bronght by the porter from the store, esaing "that his wife must not be uneasy or worried, he was called away -ery unexpectedly, and had not time to come home to say goo-bye, as he wanted to catch the four o'eiek train. He would be home the next afterneou." This explanation was satislete o Ruth, not so tAunt Prudence. " -t ea se ! IJ mprove t.ue. Ibalive talt.-tstat h do it. Ruth bad juest pat her baby to sleep, and wa sitti~gb his crib, when a lond ring was heam at tihabe door in a few moments aws Mrs. HBansn rushed wildly into the rom.w "ý Lly ? Is she here ? When did -t see teermed to speak. "Wh. Your hband T" exclaimed the excited motber. Poor dshi all was plain now George gen Liyp gah "Pre mnt seen Lilly to-day; my husband leA-- st a-tessema-. - he gasped forth. A stor new appeared in the scone "Ilt w I'.e beenl expeeting to hear for n p .Where have your eyes been, the' y.ou have not seen your Lilly's S th" poor unsuspecting child's -Ir I I've been seeing it all mid telli her bet she is so good sad pure in herel she could at think of a woman's being any thing else. Hold ap yout head, my dear bav e sthig be ashamed ofh There Samog dilpas at year de 'If is geme, I'd Septel il-a gsed-iddaamose bhi Lbas e. "Oh eh, tyw I you dm't know-ye. have asset ism a w iwee I w happy before we a icc and came bem Oh, uri sobbed the _ owalmost erase mother ran from the to get *t ofth wag of the on a16 et the nl In wialking the fleeoor, , g. r`.lst,- - > 06r4 she grew a.ther. eah. IsA h decided what to aM p ,trunk with t.ings she needed mret r berself ad little one, she went, at early dow, to Aunt hr4enee's room, knock ed,ad said: I b.igesoe omy parsen. I soall le.aet.t r ais( it o'e ik. I cannot t! hekn I should 6i. Yetlhad beter se na o unti rear ea him; and, please, hare a ti - warrob-et to me. YO will kew w settle up better than L I lmst goto my mther." "Well, ma v dev I will s the best I faa, wil come to see ye when I get .a a few hours, the s wee bearing her rapi sway frm hr husbamnds rhome I whet is thist a risit from Wmyh W did you not let us knew ys were oam timht some one might have met yena ir old Mr. Beatoa. After much tre he was a.me to make out, thas thbe and brken exelam. bsm et amt a 4 per, a WW'M " into his hea to clear out from us and get mrled, without a ward; and today our daughter takes it into her head to come back to ebr home, tired of matrimony." "Come. child, stop 'ryi there must be some misake-ee seemed to be a very devoted husband." .Oh, so be was, until (as Aunt Prudence says) that irl bewitehed him." ab, Ishasll net wonder if that m·iamsed damsel had not 'lighted and been blowing le ire all the time'-in a word, been the of this trouble." "Oh no, b dear, it was plain enough er very b ee and they both left in e sae trai. O, I shall -I know I dl." - lath eU us"at 1 to bed, al given a osr..p o he mther. u'Ie wweas ialmr--, and her ~ ms b ader statement of "Newasel, e a llid- te Iyoun per -w .la." - Ruath. "Lllyt tWhy, ay sel,' the Lilies ewe w to be .ery l aed ewers! Sis the me of te Je. gne off with-Lilly se e- did iii nt may rho; only we gt Wrlease hit Lilly-and here they and hhwrl A eadae drove up to bh deer, and Jo, ett t; ad~ lh e left ues , awem leu." Sl . * ll J hai ha' ha! ZuM i see secret." a wre around aster I fear Fre bai b t.ui t it was all J's I made you the yitou w, si ma wld surely know it; Byd ye won teE ym husband, we ar d better d~ thto rs d have but one in yýe - it wmared ase td Ik idr. a he isradpove on he wd it o pyea as ?eswasilWbI ever+ub inPd.w _ -hat g oul.andhave anhtm aie d teand Oalyneov ee walt __ Ntfis vwiyj have been l ý Hoa y pee eallW weEl dY` th well," said old Mr. 4t to your n Ad -ne ar t r the -1 r1!fsi is p lieitly e F -i heioii, t they mpay bv. yrou U.,.e ; em.Im y that may Iws~)* L~Iiinig s a. old Am sad - 44 29-= . bbljOei~ ill~Ub;-r CM- Os bet mble m e, mf ow aloft w can ITHE DISTRICT COURT. NIGGER JURY EMPANNELED. JUDGE RYAN MAKES A SPEECH ! White Men Leave the Court Room! Judge Osborne and His Niggers Alone In Their O1ory. [From the Alexandria Demzcrat.] The District Court of the parish of Rapides met in this town on Monday last. The first thing done was to except to the legality of the jury panel drawn by the officers whose duty it is made by law to see that a proper jury is drawn. For several terms past there has been no jury in Rapides. owing to the difficulty in drawhig a jury since the patish of Grant was specially set apart for the benefit of Willie Colhoun and his speCial friend'. The oflicersin charge havinglalled to get a jury, their manner of drawing being in the opinion of his judgship, John Osborn, illegal, a special form for the oecasien, was furnished by that immaculate lawrer. Attor torney General Belden, who is not suing the State for the modest sum of $125,000 for ser vices rendered. The formula was decide4 by John inseflcient for Grant two weeks ago, and it was supposed would be so decided in Rapider. But, when an exception was taken to the jury on Monday last, by the membee of the bar, Judge Osborn decided that thojnrsy wes legally drawn. Immediately after this de cision the grand jury was called, on whide all were black,"except Larkin D. Corley, of Banks' Legislature reputation, who appeared very dignified among his colored friends. The grand jury was called forward to be sworn, when Judge Ryan, the eldest mem baer of bar, politely asked of the doet lntel gent negro called ai to be sworn, if he knew what an oath was. Darkey (evidently a minister of the Gae pel and head devil among the niggers)--Ye sab, it is to speak out in the congregation. Judge R.-And what do you mean by speaking out in congregation? Darkey-Don't know, sal, 'cept to tell all you kbaews, sab. Judge R.-Aud suppoas you tell a lie, while speaking eut In congregation, what then? Derkey-Den I'spose I don't know. The same question were piropounded to the rest of the membersef tlhe oengore.tioe. with about the same satisfactory rejse. Judge Ryan, with the mdst profound dis gust depicted oa his cqustenante, thean pro ceeded to address the court. He remarked that he would not be a wiUing partner totbe iniquity Which the coeat and its ehosen jury were about to inflict apon the Parish of Ba pides. The lives, liberties and property of the people were to be jeoparded by being placed in the hahds of a set of ignorant bar barians who aeither acknowledge the obliga tion of an oath, or are acquainted with the momentous subjects which are to engage their attention. He referred, in the most eloquentterms, to the old bar. when Thomas, most enlightened men the South could afford. "And has it come to this, said the eloquent advocate; "O tempora, 0 mores." Proceed ing at this rate for some time, Judge Ryan concluded one of the best speeches we ever heard himnmake, by calling upon the bar and all the white men to follow him out of the Court House. Amid great applause all the white men left the Court House, and is a fdw minutes there was to be seen no one within its walls, except John Osborn on the bench looking very blank, with the Hon. Larkin I). Croley, and his sable assooiates in the juiy box. What occurred afterwards we have not learned. Perhaps his hemor and the "grand inquest ofthe parish," will hold court on their own hook. Andthema peirhaps, not. *--r- SoUrrHasU Posessma.-Of the futire of the Soutj there oe no 'longer be the shdopw of a deubt. What bae bees new sc complished has been done with a sparse and idipoverihJed population; with laborers sad denly emanciptated from centuries of seit tode., without capital; without manufactudes; without labor-saving mschinery; with com paratively few railroads without any cer tainty of political staMility or evesn bpe; the best part of its population not knowing how soon they may be forsed, by now devieed of oppression and degradstion, to leave their homes. What may we expect hereeftIr. when capital and emigration shall flow ito the South; when an adequate systemi of n ternal improvements shall be coas*ruc4 when manufactures shallbe constrasted abd the States of the South restored td &ein former relations to the FedIral Govesment It requires no prophet to prediet thte be Seeth is hereafter to become a grest eete of Ameriean wealth and power, an& -wiil day be able to reassert its formeor influence in sational bairs.-[B Statesman. A SNasImLE YOUN5 1DWN.--The late Cbl. Colt was himself a practical mechanic. *y his will he left to his nphew an hsmapeI farttue. At the time of Colt's death the nephew was learning his trade of maohiubý in his unole's shop, working diligently is Mis overhauls by day, subject to the same ruls as other apprentices. On his uncle's death he became a millionarie; but choosing a guar .dian to manage i1 property, he continuOd bles labor and 4prved his appre.aoesh u bPhe wallshe rooms of his p boose. r ives his handsome and oosl tetms he has a consciousness that if his sal e to themselves wings and fly away, be is fur aiLshedwith the means of getti g si bonest ulis oed, and may make a *kas for blm Se was a reasy mechanic, and is not of it ag.mn. Labor andits aeoetF a dirt are not diabonorable nor vgI - -lasnab e and its almost necessa7 idv . .li d distroying. Ditty hads iJn en sude . e toe iphsdetl a.mad a eonsolosnme of flig a" tl in the human hive. Tools, mcosteL slk rwearoet from use. NegIlstisesLn iu ss is bhemefial. So with rsa's eges bilifes-better wear them out than let them rust. It is with our thoughts as wish our iowers tbose at are shple expressions carry their meed with them; these that are double, charm the miad, but produce mothipg. Dtr. Smaelu Jobesoa saU "The dminative chainf, habit is scarcely heavy esough to be felt until it is too strong toba broken." PJur?. may bea lb bHart into articial *weit4i mtmis'.a delude it with its dsdw chwaq'ii W May esate its bier sad~ dimish its eesitivese, but it is .mWic~muG.h ove that a u"sur ItntY SPECI~AL FROM NEW OmRLANS. OUJI FA& IHJON LICTTEI. C FASUflzp FOB JrOV r3. Within the last few days Autumn has asserted her claims with a load voice, and obedient to her demands, show cases are em ed and filled only to be emptied again withan alacrity truly surprising, and most encouraging to those interested in "trade." Our fashionable promenades are perfect scenes of enchantment, owing to the many hundreds of ladies who frequent them dressed in the bright and beautiful colors and jaunty dresses of the present day. Surely art can do no more for the fair ones of creation, and bature most certaialy produces the perlec ties of beasty in this anieteenth centqry.. So we think when we stand near the "Head quarters of Gentlemen's and Youth's Fash ions," as Capt. B. T. Walshe's store is pop ularly knonvt, and she the gay groups of ladies and hbildrenas they pass along Canal street. In the "shopping tour," Capt. Waleh's windows reselve telM attention, and many an eager group steps to admire had praise the goods exhibited in them. -" whet a nis suit Ibr Cherle" "*Those sithe style of ahirts papa bought yester day." "gee, how beentiful the colors is th6asecat," and thbbr like expressions are atttered as they examiae the. atilue dis played at No. l04,Cael street, showing leat our ladies take as much interest in "*the clothes we wear" as they de it DRESS GOODE. In this lias tlere is, of coarse, little sew in fail goods a there are very few winter goods on exhibition yet. The novelties of the presemn sespo are emieidered silk., groueded in every color kolms nader the sun, and sprinkled over with rich boquets of gorgeous lowers, b.es, eavem, teadrils, wonderlfer their lovel·ed and parfeot imitation of metre, and ah grown under the of some ghis hMud. These are held at $375 the dresa, or $25 per yard, and the price is not extravagant, if wb count the hopes and fears, th- cares and axiietie. wrought into every laeb of the glitted.-g surface, but high f-we reflect upon the seale amount of duty muds gay plumage can per ferm-and then such a dress is far fomn being so'distingue assoe of rich, plain black silk at half or even one-feurt * price. I. fancy silks these is also the novelty of ater mating narrow satin stripe., with .othP. changeeble. silk -- 0 satin, with the new grnm eant d'eas ce r- . -... . r) see d 64oo it, *shbt" pink silk. These silks are o very superior quality, cost about $6 per yard, and are not imitated as other stripped silks have been in common petticoating. Satins retain somewhat of the favor they have had for the past few seasons: A bright shade of cafe as lait, empress blue sad bright emerald green seem to baevrotite colors, bhteen only ha obtained in the beet quality of satin, and cost freo $8 to $l* per yyrd. But for evening dresses among the beo ton of our cr.ele population, crepe de chare is preferred o *eher silk, satin, ao velvet. pad,with good aste, too, for notidng cas e imagime sae r ob tg Lham talie of saft white Chip erapq, alehbg glimn. over a dsess of epopmes hie, pink, dog fa.ie. Poplise in ejheir varieties are -.-b worn for street doe .. Ther.are ao ister heamets oat yet, and no ohsa. for these of this moath, exoopt that the trismia is wr eves higher than bewo.e. No excuse osa be given now for not dress ing ebhirs. warmly add o.fortably. Woden goods, made spp'~ otL rwiu', t- comparatively ohesp. fashia is et exas - ing, and requires, as far as girls are c eoaed;a mobo snler ae t ofet thea before. Our ladies eserly ad seIy --ir bo"s at Capt B.T. W ,Ie*s No. 110 ostre, who .esMhbits this seasom a arge and wasdd a ask ofboys' sad youth' sthiuMg, fre~ two yease to twenty years of age, as was ever befe eepened is this cit. Capt. Walshe has shown excellest jadgment and tate in the selection of his goods, whish be did persemally and direct from the masa fuaoerers, so that he is able to please the most fastidious, and at tory low prices. BeR s complete sats from $5 upwards, bey s' o bewomn $S5pwars, a~I r articles - praep 11.0 laue il to giv. .a tiacesa. Vr.Bs. Nothing si vis were .uiolpative b sise as to be ivi ypropyeriy e 'meskslf' but now fashion rushes to h e i tres e and they are as absurdly leg as the otMe. were short. segular psemats. A novelty b veils for round hats is a bag gause streamer, at least hal? yard wide ad a yard and a half log. ft is fasteked at the'bsek, sa may. be grd to ov the ee, s issed oed-the msek wed byesght throgh what it oaled the bhaug ta's ktiot." The magasuiae for the eoth resent the usaal tables of interestig reedin, al l.. d ig asmon thes is the "Riveuibe.*'desigaed for yoeg readers, but peamesueg amay at tractive features to sitas. reaes as well Messrs. Kroll & Diokey,.No. 106. Casl| street, Bookeelnle. amd taioners, are al e supplied wth the latest pebliealbon. visiting our city wi aind teir store a pleasmi,&asd, and they usy rst assured eah asieilg prompt and pelte sttetioa. Yours truty , Tmt LnJWAT3m. WIT AND HUMOR. "llill. I eat a good deal of fis': ow; th(y say it is good for the braiz.." "It is? Well, John, Ill buy %,,: : whai'." One of thejulgos is ab,'ut t, cel t. his glass wedding. Isn't this n;akin: 'h marriage tie toobrittle? A person who was sent to prion fI rying two wives, excused himself b,y - "that when he had one wife she fougS but when he got two theyjfui.tght: other." A newly-married coJea reab o.Ir . , Thursday, on their bri ll of wh.,'o tie bridegroom was not over t 1 wlii.' tl:c bride was fully forty. " A friend of a recently Ms o ni 4 1.-e ing asked what famintly the heide was if. i. plied, "The Gadites, I shoao think. as is always In the street." * r A lawyer's effects are at to del end upon the number of his causes. When a maiden gets married she ends a miss spent life. A good pair-A young lady wgl'. -. Gre oian behd, and a young man wh. , ' ,t= I s hair in the middle. A Sunday school teacher was giviau a lesson on Ruth. She wanted to Lriu i,:.t the kindnes of Boaz in commanding the re:,p ers to drop large handfuls of wheat. "Now, children," she said, *"Bonz diil . - other nice thing for Ruth; can yv, t.li ,.o what it was?" "Married her," said one of the boys. There is a blithesome mqa~idFjv-. ' '. - w7 itu e, her eyes are black asi~ u, : night, and handsome as can br: htr ci: ks are full of dimples, and as red .ts any i r . ý; and then this love of mine has go,t a 1:na maoe; I asked her if she'd have me (it w. the other night), and this was her reply. "Why. Jemmy, you are tight'" Says 1, " I know I have, love, aboard a little wine., but thatis not the question-will you or not he mime?" And she put her face. friends, :: near.mne as she coald, and with the swer.te- t amlle, frMuds, said simply that she would - eseaet me to the door if I was ready to ,h. part. And thus it was the girl next d,-,r deeliaed my hand and heart. A writer In ItcamiUlan's Magazieuo tatt it as a fact that the master of a certain .,n day Ragged School in London, has to let the children out in time to pick the pockets ,r the pople leaving church, or else los: Li The reom for improvemont-TheI g,!,i room.--[New' ork Leader. Dumsa makesa soup of onions and ceLa.: that cures the headache. 2I26 OFP INThRNST. Eugenie has seventy-three persons ini h.r travelling suite. Chinames in San Francisco are sending over for their, amilies. A son of Bri4ait Young runs a umtn ;g - rie in Salt I4ke City. Tlhe life of the Empress Eugenic has been insured for $3S0,000, for the benefit of the Prince Imperial. Vinceot,.the deputy execution of Paria, is a member of the society for the provention of cruelty to animals. During the past year 390,000 emigra.nt. or over 1,0(0 per day, have landed at Ca'-:, Garden, New York. It is rgimored&thai Jeff. Davis is to becý,::; ' president of a life insuranco company of Memphis, and is to reside :.t Ilernando, Miss. Almdrew Johnson has been invited by t!:,. 3l7or of New York to visit that city and deier an address upon the vital qu,.tio. e, the boar. ,-- " tirt tty" aEi I.bnese laborers "wholesale retgil sand pigtail." The Mormons are dying out fast. Ti, dLrate oit eeds that of New York or :: c' A negro man at Atlanta, Georgia, tlht other day had his son put in the calabbo,.-. because he wouldn't work. Victor Hugo is likely to be again a can didate for Legislative honors. as also Ledrl Rollin. Th- Mormons are about to memorialize CongMs to be admitted as a State. The new State should be known as the State of Malimony. Another man has been hung by the Indi saasegulatop The only noose that doet-n't hag 'well iladiiansis the matrimonial ot1e. It is uI sti real estate, as in the .Iu raehua hif rwd~m*k, Chicago contains a mRd main-e lets requiring improvemen.ut. --'ye Kin., a -Chinese traveler, started arwead the world seven years ago and has Tet as r as Omaha. br.I.vingstome. e great African trtvel a has at last bee Itbad.: He is at Lake yike. The only difficulty now i. to the Iake. TLs Paris Suieoe says, iu substance. that the repat that the Empress Eugeuie and tl,. Puri e Iperial are doming to this couAtr y a a vields abserd. A Ifw .ays ago a citizen of Limington, Me., white pl piee0 of land. founud a old chain wich he had all along supp-sed to have beam stolen isn 37. Joeb Meorlasey has given five hulndrul deolIs f tdi relief of the poor families of Ieeamleadvits New York, who sustained losses b te recent storm. Mr. J. O'Connell writes a letter.,t. thu Leoi.lm l. lDyNews to say that ho thinks he Lasfemi h.se British Moseum an uupub sed seet by Shakepeare. is Agath 8tates, the prima donna, is a seeesasf. secessionist. She has been di vorced from her husband, and is therefore nio longer o e of the nrited States. Father l.yacinthe, it is said, wa:s as pr ass a ebreb moesel vears agn, and in con sequece of his poverty eame very nu.ar abandoaingFrance and goingto South Amir The Chicago Post says when Mark Tl'w..ani wrotelils first article, a Calif.rnia publi.i,. r ted bhim that be hadn't brains enough to a mule going stright ahead in a ten acre A very valuablejewel is just now without an ower in Comaeeticat. It is Mrs. i'lii;v Jodl, whose esbhead died recently. leai iiln her a fortune d some four hundred thouus.sd dollars. A Connecticat traveller recently took t:.a with a Mormon elder, at whose tabhle ix wives prudMe and twenty-seven" childr'.l clamored for more molasses on their bread. The Jassumille Gazette says there is a cave in the viciaity of Iadian Ford, IL.,c. Connty, Wis.. filled with carbonic acid gas. It is so poibonous as to extinguish a light ir a lfe instaaty. IswllL.Os RcoraucT1Io,.-A cotton, issryis preposed in Demopolis, Alabama, ad htwy several public sprited gentle men aim'eribed ten bales of cotton to the sease. There Is an eample for us of Grecu viie to apply to our Colleges and Railroads. [South Alabamian. These whr stady human natare :aright, will di over that a noble spirit carrie eaterpris, as the lint carries are. If a ma does not make new friend, a. h, ges alng throgh life, he wilisoon fiud hiu esfesma. tMe shoald keep his hiendship to gild repair. The.e am two odiCoties witi aew men: they are disposed to aend morn thu they can aSord, and to indulge more th:: a they can endure.