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- - V r T ' r ; p.. r? er? f rit ...3, L i w I v ., f . - . - , - t , r - ' - r ( I J r :k ,Tt I V J t J LcJ : 1 J. ASTEVENS, Editor & Proprietor. . YAZOO CITY, (ML) FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1813. VOL. 7, No; 42. Whole No. 245. JList oi iCttci:Gv TTTiEMAlNlNG in the Toai Office ai Yazoo iLU Ciy, Mice, on . the Uiday of April, 1843; which, if not uken out within three months, will be sent to the General Post GiUce as dead letter. A. ' AlvorcT;iI. 3 . Arnold, Mri.L 1 iInw.in,Col V. U. lirt-eg, J- hn Aothers, Wiftiam Allen, Y. D. Fafw Gmerat Pi -" C iifi lil, Tlioiua -. ' Bii'kei John IUrnr', J. W. Biru.t, Pftff II. Br.ff, Cray I5ons, W. II," Bradley, Gt-orge Dales Jni. ph O. B'Ugs, Mrs. W. II. BaU-, Jesejh II. Cant n, Jfp"' W. Crumit Willi im E. C ioi . J. W . Cuoperl Juinet A.' Downii'f, VV. Dav s, . A. Ertin, Jamei F. Frnri, I. T. I'orit, t Lillip F. Grcniiin; &. Clark Gooildiu,:, Jesiee Gr Jib, J. II. Iloff A. Wright, llama, Jolm Uil, Fretleric Rirt, l darl Ile. d l kt, John M. llrri , VV. 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Ntz:spc?r.r of ' Ac Mc;xuth Class, . v fTTlHE prnprietera of tbe CatnrJay Evening Foet 11". ' " " . . " . . . . I 'il nave purcbaaed the entire establishment el th- 4Sitcrut L'HsoiicLi:trt end alia that of thel- "UuiTED briT!3" weekly newrptpera, the im- mente subscription list tl jwhe concerns tney have united with the beavv liat of the SA I UK- DAY POST, a fsmilyDewspaper of 22 years standing, and now issue the three in one under tne niif ei "me united iaies Eaicrany rost and Chronicle." The preaeot Cumber will commence . ' THE TWENTY-IOURTII VOLlJMfi, and with the superior facilities now possessed by the proprietors, they can aCord to publish a larger,! handsomer, and better, paper tor the money than can be hac! elsewhere. 1 he editorial department will be under the control of several .gentlemen of high literary standing and ability, nd will be j conducted with a degree "of viiof and spirit that i must render the puper on of the very beal ever it so? d in the countty. .The great size ol the sheet w ill enable the proprietors to give a greater varie ty of original and selected matter tnan can be found in cotemporary sneets. ine matter win in many respects be of a different quality. The design of the proprietors being, to make a First rate Family rVCVrsiiattcr in ever; particular, calculated to meet tne withes of the people from one end of, the Union to the other, the following are the points to which they , invite attention, as embracing toe: character ol tbe sheet.' ' . THE GREAT SIZE, It is a sheet of the largest class is printed on fair, clear type, with fine white paper, and con tains more reading matter than any weekly pub- hshed. . It is devoteu to the highest grade vt liht Lite S U W hi V O iil, llmry Vt.N. vl, John 1..,, John fit Son . , "alfy, J. K. M "h ill, J. R. Meek, Wrs'ey . Jlct Bti heu.Muduon jr. o - O'Neal, Joab," Oliver, Isom. , v rickcit.Wm.orMicnjab Pease, Chnrles E. iliicc, A. Pike, Mis Clarissa I'cck, Wultct Buclter, Col. John W. iodgr, Micj ih Iluin, Lapt. C hailes Stnnilcford, Williara Snel!J, Ftmucl Smith, W.B.' Smith, Mrs. E. C. ?. Thompsons L. Y. Turner, V . 11. Turner, P. O. " Tilleji Calvin Whatiey,Grern B. Wnf, J -rues Waller, E. II. ' Workman, B F. Wh.te, Eli .brth Wiikin-o, lUnry Wl.ita, K. S. Y.-Young, B. TLa Eeaaom of Lore zr o. t: koseis. The spring time of lovf . v Is both happy and gay, Tor joy eprinkles blossoms - And balm In 6ur way; . The eky, ear b indi ocean ijn beauty repose - 4nd. all the tjrigu futara : '.' la cctLEca ts eosz. ;The euraraer ef love . . Ie the bloom of th heart, When hill.Vgrov 4nd valley, ... Their munic imparts And th8 pure; glow of .Heaven .- Is een In fond eyee, . Ae lakee ehow the rAinbo Thai's Lung in the ekiea. ' Tbe autumn of love Ie the eeason of cheer, Life' mild Indian eummer, The smile of the year, Which comes when the golden ; . Ripe harvest is stored, And yi 'Ids its own blessings, Repose and reward. ; v Tire wintet of love ' Is the beam that we win. Whiltrihe siorrh howls without, - From the sunshine within. Love reign is eternal, The heart is bis jhrone, And he has alt seasons Of life lor his own. -v laiSCBLLAIVEOUS. sides; and with tears and entreaties that heUnd have been grievously beaten and wousd- would run noheedles darj2ers,sb9 saw fci.n Jed by robbera or evil beings, I knoTT "not depart." ; ' . I which. Journeying through ihi fortst' to Frorg Ainsworth's Magazine. The three Triajs. X LEGEND OF THE BLACK FOREST. It was late in the evenirr", when the rature, each number contains three or four chaate Bishop of Salzburg entered the hall of his Original and Selected TALES; which, .while they paacet whero his knhti and men-al-arms shall interest the young, shall at the esme. time , , . . , point a morsl. It also contains much good, and oa "-"'""'o never any bad POETRY. A copious compound ly viands and fingons of sparkling wine. of well-told A cdote, Rich Humor, Pointed Wit, Hi countenan. e . was troubled, and in his nd Sentiment the. moat touching. It u,ntu uu lon.r so, the grestest variety or Original t r . Tales, Sea Sketches: Eessys, Poetr, SonSN Char- , U tbere one among you, my valtant ades, besides the latest and best sections from knights and me'n-at-arms,who will'rnount and he Atr.eritan sad English Magazines, and all Ir'tde to-ntffhl.and do mv bidding at the Carnr L laJ:ZV" l'tT? k . rber was silence fr a brief .nace. Then the very first newspaper in the country ra the jtnaUy spoke "uhe way is through the Black' quality and quantity ol Its urtgtnal laiett JLneyt mc rv and outer mailer tiers tollows a list ot names ol, about titty emi nent writers, who are regular contributors to the psper, which we have not room to insert.J Original Slaries appear in every number of the paper, with Original articles on all txdjecli. " PUBLIC LECTURES. Forest, and this is an ve on which the de mons have double power.". ; 5 41 know it, tny children; but'it is a holy errand, and 1 will give my blessing ere de- Hubert rodecheeriJy on ts lon2 ai he eoniinued in tbe open country, but it need ci all bis courage to enable Ljm . to keep up his spirits as he plunged into the gloomy 'Vest. However, it was toolaiato retreat. I he said an Ave, pressed the- ft lie to L ane road gre" ionrnief and raora intri cate as be proceeded along il; and he fia3 accomplished about a mile, when the tramp ling of a steed behind hini caused him- to look back, and ho beheld a knight closevbe- i ' J Lr . - . niiid Dim, mouniea . on an eDon-coiorea charger, and clad in black armor, having on nis neimet a large carbuncle whicn amused a mysterious glimmer around. .'Good evnn," said the stranger: "we have a rough ride before us: wbiiher are yoo Douna?" - - . - . "To the camp of the Duke; with dispatch es, replied Hubert.- - "Strange! ejaculated the black knight; "we' a on the same errand. I. too, bear dispatches to the Duke, and from a holy prelate, the IJishop of Salzburc.v "Doyoti not fear the demons that throng these woodsl inquired Hubert. "I have s sure protection," replied the knight; "the Bishop blessed me, and gave me a fragment of the true cross. ' ; Another strange coincidence!" exclaim ed Hubert; 1, too, have a similar relic, and am armed wilh a like benediction.1 The black knight laughed, and his laugl; was echoed by a thousand mocking noises while forms, indistinct and ghastly, fluted between the trees, and crossed their path. "Holy Virgin,- save us!" exclaimed Hu bert, crossing himself. - "Cease this mummery," said the slanse knight; "are you a. priest, that you can do nought but pray J If you fear the phantom kiss your relic, and all will be well." "I do not fear .them,' answt red Hubfrt stoutly: but he nevertheless drew the relic from his bosom, and preased.it devoutly to his bps. . "Let me see this precious fragment, and i wMshow yon rnine,"-eid the black knight. .i j tuj compared lu& two Ly l.'.t fcf ibe carbuncle, and (bund them, precisely alike.: . " 5 ' "I have a strange fancy that we should exchange relics as a token of brotherhood" pursued the black knight.- Will you eon sent?" . "Nay, good knighisaid Hubert,-"! may not part with so precious a gift, even though visit tie Bishop of Salzburg, with four retain ers, and two Bumpier mules, 1 was attacked as J havedescribed,and should have perish ed, but for your assistance. The body on the ground before you is t ne of cy follow What d'ost-thou 03k? A fUce ataung'ihe Emperor's guards? or a fori upon the fro a- liets under thine own command? or a rich estate, with gold to furnish thy -astla?" : -', 'Oh, .mighty. Bishrp!?' replied Hubert, prostrating himself bef 3 the prsiate ; "there is treasura creater than all these, that I would. fain possesj. K is the Lady Lilia-f ers; the others fled, the robbers took my i ibv fair niece for a bride." suppif r pules, and .all my wal;-S;'r:Theif 1 "Thert ,tha XisWi lii:"rw'!irli"bat miscreaat leader even tarried cfT a piece .61 tflU stepped forward, ird knelt, beside her wvss) "u'wj wau.u miuiu uiuii an njgr, ana luey were !f iuveiy"",&o ijouio u. the resf, and wbich I wan about to compare pair,. that he co'uld not say them nay.' So witn a simitar tragment possesea dj my the joined thejr hands, und ave the bride a jroiner, me liisaopot aaizDurg " noble dowery. And she and Hubert lived ., "That account for the relic in the pos-.4 af life of unclouded hannines and love, jfiirl session of the fiend," thought Hobert.-4lefi behind " the'rn many princely sons and "Mount your mule, holy father, and ride, faentle daughters to inherit their mother's wiin me 10 me camp, ol the great jjuKe,i beauty and their father's fntne. wucro you win una protect ten ana ou tne ' . FreeRinscn - jr . v The Illustrated London' Noes, after enu merating the titles and honors of His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, (whose por irau is aiso givenj ana remarmng upon morrow, an escort to the Bishop." "I thank you! my son! but firs, let - me pray, and thank- the saints for my deliver ance. So gooJ a knioht as you ari. must hir rn-iriv Iw.nf vm, J "1 have i jit v o a.nw Karuictu ui tut huh tnirct l 1-l t alluded to by your grace, which has been (h? rart0st Tel0,ce, or many thousands . - - . O I ivf rvAratna tiro nrnnH rw A r hrM hnAD lrr Siilzsburir." I . :.. . r M. - ... if "That were belter than all," cried The ' V'l V V a, .T er " tee dU"?n' , - i J "j nngiana- ana waies. -. j ncse letters Eon taiat it .i t . I are nerhans ln.4 nurpst amt hpst Brnhiarnn. no crucifix," rliea Habertj 'but lhern with much point and cleverness ob . very fragment of the true cfo.s, " na d.gn.tr ,a hicb Philips, Giotre Pr.icnt, Miss Fl cn ' Patterson, Uobcrt. . ir Riinni'lls, Hiram G. Rode, C. V. S Stout, llesikiah Si.wrl, M C. Swuttwotit is. Ford. T Thorn, Dr. W. N. Tucker; Miss Mervay 2 Tewnv n, Rolert Turner, liobcrt. XV Wllace,Vessr..L.W&K White, R.ligh Williamsnn, hjiza A W a-ker, Wm. B. . Wi ke , B. H. WillinmPr. Gmdan Woo'drige, John C. A portion ot its columns will be devoted during knight, the gallant Hurbert Von Alstein the Leciuts Sesson, to SCIENTIFIC LLCTUREa UI will jjo, your grace; and wilh yonr bless- carerui.j repvriec an lengm--. iraiur.pusirs.ru rf own good sworj Wtirfeam0r by no other weekly psper by one of the best He- 1 . 6 ' poriert trr tie Vailed Slates, tlence, tubsenbers '" , remote con nave all the advantage ol these highly "tveil saia, my son, tnou wast ever a orave popular discourses with but little cost. Ths great Uoulh. Follow me to mv chamber, and size of the paper also enables us to give all in. thoU hah , r inEtructions. And the poriani UOijrc!Bioioi t ruceruuiga si lengin, biiu all reports and other public documents in full, together witli occasional uongreesiooal Speeches in lull. TOE FAUltlERS. parture, and a rich reward on return, to whomsoever will dare to go " " Then out spake a young, and handsome yours may be equal in sanctity.". Let each retain his own." Bishop left the hall. Now when tbe young knight made the offer, many others bad also come forward, and expressed their wishes to try tbe advn- there- R. EATON KEYS, P.M. YazoCiiy, April 1, I&43. 40 4t. Vesoni enqui in? lor ny of the above letters, wiV pt'ii a iy h v are mlvert'fd. ' Insolvent 'oticc. fjplllu undersigned having bt-en appointed at thfl February Term, 1813, of the Frobtto Court of Yazoo county, Cornmis- eioniers of Insolvency upon the" Estate of jJeihavien Young. decM, vill mectn the first Saturday of each month at' tho O.Tice cf James llayden. in Yazoo ciij, to audit 'chirr-1 against said estate. - - " JAMES HAYDEN, GEO. B. WILKINSON, -NATHANIEL-PERRY. Yaxo cify, March 17, 184S. ' SS-tf. Itia intended to make the paper one of greatj bn. Nnberthad srxiken.and was the interest to the farmer. by eivmir tbe lie ports of . . . the diflerent. Agricultural Associations"; the new lorecnosen; nor wouiu ne accep. oi partner inventio a; late experiments in tilling, and able or companion m the dangerous enterprise, papers from every source entitled to confidence j So he ascended to the Bishop's Chamber, so that the Agricultural portion of the community t0 receive his full instructions. And the out the expense of a seperate jqurnal. liver it with thine own hand, to our floble A.S CI Newspaper. brother, the Catholic Duke, and -bring me Asa weekly newspaper, it is believed that Tlie back a reply, ere noon to morrow. 'Here is "UNITED STATES SATURDAY POST" is also a relic, a fragment of the true cross, not equalled by any weekly literary paper now brought from the Holy Land, attached to a existing. It contain, a I til and well d'ge.ied ac- ,d hain seVen limes forged, and bless count of every matter of newa up to the hour of . D t j , pfintinjr. This is a preat desideratum to those ed by his holiness the Fope. Bd It round who take onlv a sinsie weekly paper, and wnicn iny nccx, aim noiu ii iu my oosotn.- INow . . - -1 i . . . . . -. means less extensive tbsn tnose connected wun take my blessing, and with these and ihine ne esiaousnineni cannot aocomp iou. uu.u- wA d -word- Ihou matMt n nnC..i,. of person employed, and the ateam-power , , Z. c ' , f " seed in the oublication of his paper, aliog.th- ed through the fires of Tophet." er Huruasaes that of any other of a similar char 1 1 be young knight bent the knee, and re- , I . m ' S . . . ctet- . ceivec- wun reverence ice benediction of V In ahotttht UNITED ti 1A IWMi ukjja x c Bisnn fOS l is considered in an respecis equai, u noi . tl., ,,,, t.. superior, u sny ot its class, while in price it is Hubert s .trusty steed, was brough in cheaper, lastesd ot tAree oonsrs a year, wmco i iuhh, ouu ua uiuuuicu uiui, yci ere re roue is the price of the two mammoth newspapers of I fr0m the coyrt-yard, he stayed beneath a low "Now I look again, mine is larger than yours, and has a nail within it, which yours has not; therefore I should loose by the eX change," said the black' knight, sarcastically. "IJiseiigBge tbe chain from yoar neck that we may compare thenrmore closelv." ,"Nay, I part, with it not, even" for' one moment. If yo can see it thus, as I hold lit forth, well and good but it leaves me nut." . The black knight stooped to look at the relic, at the snmo time tendering bis own to iulrert's inspection; then, as Hubert also eaned forward, he made a hnsty snatch at the chain, and almost succeeded in break- confided to roe by the Bishop of Sulzsburg. that .were belter than all, A 1 V ! K 4 Y AS4 St mm wm aa.1 vtivwiiwut ii aas& UJT outia laUal AI i fT a ly pruui-uy us virtue. ' , ? , . . , "Here is tho relic,-most holy Archbishop,' monl christian renow,i:-..ihcy are m Di;d Hnhn. h,,t I mv ni, r.an;,K ? ' bemselver the symbols of brotherhood r- - - ww- - w w m.m0 Ul( VI rt I xx? ill Is rvl A It in r V i - 4 tvU1 . vn 5) - . J . . . J rJ' I mnit onrtiirinT in if craKilitrtha mct Scarcely had the Archbishop put knee to i '7: "J Z " 7. J T u ,,, j ,l , f r..i g uiuuiul' ui na unukipies ui Hire anu ciidniy ground, when, seeing Hubert's attention for t. 1M. J" .a-..; : w.:f the momen distracted, he spran rj up, and!" , . j ... - . r J ,ua oi:- .,,."1, j . . i J' land pervaded with the warmest impulses of seizing tho Telic, attempted to take posses-1 .v iT.,. t r .u- ' r.. prevailed, and enabled.biai to overthrow the , - r . "i . ' , . , deceiver, who uttering a pfercing- ahriek. ure' orraddirI o the cnme-curta.neo , p,t- which was answered by the same yells and T1- "J ' I "ir-'.-r--" cries as had before been heard, fe 1 to the r,uulUfB.uu uuB....r.ana v.r o .rCe- ground, and changed instantly into a corpse, -r-. "p"- .u. n:srobesbecomingtbeloathsornehabil.men.i Up.n 'hewotd of brethren whom, t has g th of the grave,- bis goodly person, benign d w.ihin ,. ago den circle. In all erne ... countenance, and venerablwbite hairs, y,J"d daner7 !m mass of corruption. Hubert started in hor- P!rt"-""lh- l?? ror; and then urned to the body of the pre- mfes cf lry nd queUed hecroe I ,BnaA ,t, : A.j .tA. ties of revenge they have set up Broiher-.. Z Z I XI .enn " t u V, ' ,vti as the sign of succor, and taide peaca . earn a. $Ke!ton'.Kbik. tL ciul wbtrh had. f ;u ttrt rr sii kA Congratulating himself on his second Pi tna euga ot-taor- escape, Hubert again kisssed the relic,' and 8 ? oetn save o oy tree- having regained the path, proceeded en his " ''i - wi aerea ui uw-. .... I rnnnn.rAl rtt Vnnr. wnITmm U . M ul ! n I He met with no Timber adventure, until . 1 ' T , ; "Ul.i,uic ,"t": ie had welbn.gh gained the outskirts of the ara.? !han bt other foundation short of , orest.when hi heard fearful shrieks behind ie.?,i,r1,iie.'i-00 ClJ itself. - To . bim.and his name called forth in well-known up "wa! Kr.dua V wut?. accents. Turninn, he saw his beloved Lilla ' Z?7- FV"i"u "uuu, .u a flying wildly after him, her hair unbound, 7 aco"?,ry "r own, ,3 aimosrio her robes loose and disotdered, pursued by hW bj pring of-Towtam from which a whole host of evil bein2s. . . auw 77' "Ob, Hubert! save me-savd mel" she - u!6 wln,ose P?;trau ,s netore , shrieked. . . " V . .uu P' "L ,BJ" UV "Lilla, dearest! what do yon here P cried ,!" . . f.Lei 7. r TT..K-.. ..,u; ,u . i "u lyj lc"i w ueuicuiB 11 w un leeiuisui liKawi'3 p.' maivi.: WLii r ' I :-.' i no ricii. "T HTTinS of AJm;nistration da bonis non wero craned rae at tha March Tern, IS 13, of tho Piohatt Court of Yazoo county. on t! o Citate ' f ratbaniel fi. Hurst , jp'4 All r " '-'n3 indebted ' to tha Utc frr cf White!. - J & Hurst, will corn 3 for vird ei rss .3 t;ttiet::fci ana payment :rjnr3 inJcbtcJ to rv 1 Hurst u -3 I.3V1P.7 CMIX..3 i::iiri3i 1 II. Il'irst indi cicr tl. : r' v.::l 1 3 I :r i AdVr da I : :i r-: a cfN. K'. Jlt, dscM. v. rn.Tr i. r.iv Tn-a Dollars a Year, per v. sre a light glimmered through closed lat sin-le copy. GEO. R GltAlIAf.l &. CO. ticcs and encroaching viae leaves. He struck ftp, ouhesnut fc!r-ri, r niiaerrrrns, n. iiituiy on ti.e cusement; it quickly opened seating her. before him on his steed. "Do not tremble. Lilla, you are safe now. But in the name of wonder, how cam you here?" "! know not," she cried, faintly. 'l was dragged froin my chamber by demons. But spur on your steed," or we shall be taken. " "i ear not," replird Hubert "Cling close- veneration and respect. ,If it should tpke i place or find a record in the lodges of the prnpire, we shall rejoice in that little fre-e-masonry of our own,1' whieh has cet up in the heart of-excellent institutions the hoa lored likeness of their excellent chief. tng it; but the links, seven times forged and blessed by the Pone, nroved true to their " aa ' I t " -. m a trust, as Huberrs strong hand did to ttsiu'd ner neaa on nis bosom; but every mo Cteiocs Orifin of Caros. lt is cenc- ly, and we shall soon be safe.: The demons I rally beliyed ihat cards'were invented for" are aireaay giving up tnecnase. iney tear tne amusemeniot one ol ma early kings ot the relic ha! ha 1" . ' the line jof Btirbonj but this belief is erron- . Lilla twined her arms round his neck, and eoui. Who tba man was that invented these hold of the treasure. The black knigh was forced with n deep execration, to release his prey, while Hubert exclaimed "Avaunt, instruments of amusement is not known, ment she started and "shrank, as if in pain, j neither can we tell in what age they were and moaned feebly. When be inquired the I first invented. Our knowledge is limited to cause of her .uneasiness, she . again crept J the" country from whence they came came foul fiend! iu the name of alt' the saints!" close to hi in, and appeared for time com-jly, Egypt. The colars are two red and Astbese words were EDoken.the black kniffht Iposed. . buddeniy, she raised Jier head and 1 black which answer to iba Equinoxes', lea ' ' I . - . . ar mm -I - .... dashed his spurs into his horse, frtm whose i said, ?4rou aro wounded, Hubert, 1 know it; .jfff-lf-'f r Q ' ' 3 &EC m face and neck appeared from the n n V ...... ..r . A . r r r f tha Jrnl,tal 1 t M "- Court t.f Yaxoo county, at the March Term. 1&J3. I shall cCer for sale at the Court Hous3 doer in the Town cf Eenton. on Saturday, the 20 ih d-y pf May. IS 13, un a credit 'f twelvsi r.c" 3, Lot f . 47, in tha town of Bahtca, m tha prc-e- : f tl Estate ofjcsspb Gibson, dee'd. L ..J with' approved crcMrltj. will ' ti required cf 13 purchassr. - - JOAB II. FJCllAHDS,' Adni'r.- ' . ' da bonis r.:i f J. Gllson, dsc'J. -E3nton. Arril 7. 1 ... .2.' ' C3-7t. "Ah! Hubert," said the maiden. 11 whither so late and on so wild a niehi!"r "My errand is wilder than tha flight, fair est, i ro to the camp of the Duke, with letters from his grace, your '"right rsvereusd unci a. - "Tha saints protect us! Hubert, vou will . 1. -- -1 ncisureiy tr.3 cacgera cf 11:3 Lluzz Forest to nirhtf1' . ' . -. r ",Nay, Lilla, 1 must go; and will data a rich reward" should I return sr.d return I cd by 'ths Bishop', hli: TZ 1 - C l.ichcv rvl i, tor i t.ivs fcsan t!e ar.d carry with cia ' preciou j rsllca fra. t.'rr.t cf tha true crc:3. E;. Tor r n-3 a f'-r?. hundred dollars cf t!-.3: tr. j; 'I h:.uli !" i enrny re id; c: T.r.urci:! T'-- cf Kitr'- Cbecks tr.i pray for r.:3 till Icc-3 r " ' ' Ti ii nostrils issued volumes of flame and smoke, and plunged into the thick covert of the forest, while all around rang with shrieks of wild tioeanblv laughter. . " Hubert stared wiund him in astonishment; theu kissing his talisman, be replaced it in his bosom,-tell that the Bishop's letters were safe, and resumed b'3 route. Tha forest was once more tranquil; the cioca shone out; "tne red light which had occasionally frleamed in the direelion.of the sound, amid tba trees, died away; the cries and shrieks were lost ta the distance. lis had rid n, perchance, another die. when a voice plaining in distress, broke up on his ears. " Bo piteous were the tones that he fustaruly dismounted; and leading his hors9r 'orced h:a way ihrotih tha thicket, he had not proceeded far before ha came to t n open space, where, bound to a tree, be descried aTeuersbla lockicold man, wlio3 rot" an hi der. j bcJy,tfparectly that cf a caa-at-arms Ivir with r::3 facedpwnw&rai' tr.3 tu pi suits are futir,snsworing to the seasons. Tha et me open your vest, and staunch your! emblems former!? were, and still are in wound. You bleed, Hubert you bleed!" ! Spain--for the heart, a cup, the emblem of Hubert laughed. "Not jo, dearest," he I the winter ; the spade, ao cenro. tha cmblera' said "I have received no wound.". Tof autumn, the club, a .trefoil, tho emblem But-Lilla ner&isied: she succeeded In I "ranter; the diamond, a rose, tha emblem opening his vest, all the while caressing him of priDS' Tha twelve court cards n?wer into torseifulness of his duty, till, ih . an un- ' lce tweiva months, nna were iormcriy s ct c-;rr:3 ena ermine proclaimed aim 'ecclesiastic cf tha fchesf ordcrrnear a w&3 a mule, also tied to a ires, and a r:. Lilla, I L iJA & . k , LC0aT. J . -go Li Hi fjays !.m ct z t, r n. i r,!'y b?- y tit:f, Kizzza tL.3 t't-tt? csy i a::::l ycuP cried IlaLtrt, urhi-jirj bin. ".: :- - N ... '! Ty t:n, 1 en' lli Ardt !;h -c f Celine, a a . e t . t - t rn guarded moment, she grasped the relic, and aepicteo as im snaci tna roatac no ; at the same timo attempted to slide lorn Cfty-two cards. answer to the number cf the horse. But. Hubert again conquered, weeks rm ths yesr;- tha thirteen cards la Drawing his dagger, without heeding b'er each ait to t!;3 number cf weeks in eacU ' prayers ahd wfea, ha severed .her hand at looar quarter. Tha aggregate cf tha pip?, ' oravers the wrist, xnd Eang her from tho saddh. amcur.t to lha cumber days in the year. - c i. 1 1 .i .u i:4-j - I ; " -. .... -." TS V- T-tf?j- ' C.a leu iu cai ui, anu uusu iitiuj iub 1 - 7. . ... . . . road in, the lienes3 of-a beautiful ssrp-snt, ;- Cnzua a Hcsses. 1 was told by a sen painted with a thousand .colors, and having 1 tfeman in FrinefGtr.r" crnntv. th it a 'tea-. a crest cf. gold;: and .leaving, as. Eh? disap- CUp-full tf -rpirits cf turpcruiri ivoaU givti " : peared .amonj ths uu-rwooi, a thta'irg I instant relief "to hcrtsx liberie cnier thii track ,or mingled .tiams- &ua blood.,-.'I ns disorder.. Ileddei.that ca ess ceeiswc, severed hand fell; frcm tha .rescued: relic, an ths cxen cf ttro cf his carts were hove.v and took tha fdrn cf. a fiendish claw. - thai" is. a a' ton know. tuddeu!vsv.-o1n V.tr This was tha Isst c:;ay cf .ths dsmesds. ths t-sfsJ of 33' !a ths gtomactr;' from Hubert arrtreJ cif-Iy at : the cam? cf ths catirglreenibcd; Ths overseer expected. great Bake, tzi cr thsfollowir coca was ai would di3, when c.!r' !nfoT-t c-?r--i egaia ia ths f resests cf ths Ei:hc? cf Cab- a -t ' p-fuU cf .erits ' cf turn-saline", dilTa. our-... - , y. ' fj,., d.O'bf r?i .T. reV-f . niny-. thir.':3 - ca . I ct?s the a," c:i : B's-o?. 'Thaa Lzl tizi ms rr.'.ry c f crd!y hri, cr: d b n 7 -a I rsl j ; croar'Ttaa l.i:tt::r.3 rr-r-f IrL fs t',3, but V-vi !:;:rv rn a. rich rer;:rl- .. 1.3 -1 ca3, ia very csss.izitir m:i!, alrrcst l-f-ra .ha c : 1 ilvcra -.res li3-t- r ind eiTec- I.iv3 t!.o;ight ; C;:rh facts " "" r ,4 " :r':atrd f..r wi4s :rJi i"i f "ticultural"' -.- 7'