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J * §l. 3tlaip feeble. DEVOTED TO LITEKATUHE.NEWS AGRICULTURE AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. 4 ‘ _ .. m mm=s* - VOL. I. ■*■ , ,11 l ii■■■■■■■■ in. ■ SAINT MARY’S GAZEITE IS PUBLISHED EVERY TIUJKSDAV IIV WALTER THOMPSON. Terns of SysscniprioN.—§2 00 peran liuui. to be within six months. No • subscription will Inr received for a short er period than six months, pud no paper bo discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the piiblisb- W f- . Tp.RVB or ABVECTTSINr,. —per square for the first insertion, and 2' cts. for every subsequent insertion.- Eight lines or less constitute a square If the number of insertion* be not marked on the advertisement, it will he ptbli.-h --ed until forbid, anti charged accordingly, A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year A DESIRABLE ftßft FOR S y\_L E. A VALUABLE FARM in St. Mary’s I oiifiy, M<l., near the uiotilh *>l the Vatu vent River, containing g." J acre*. is It* nil at private sale. J2I) acres of ili.s farm are in n high .‘■fate • f nltKation, the lialanee i- covered with j ii.e ami hesnnt limlx r of the Ust quality. The aral.le land is divided into four lit his. each encloM-d with a siiLslan- I i.il ehesnul fenee. 'Die improvetm i.ls are a I irije llrit k Dwelling ant] all necessary <>n> I.oms s, all in repair. All the water luxniies are access!Me. fish, crabs oysters mim! wild low I k| the l*e>t quality are easily obtained. The soil is well adaptetl to the P'Wlli o| 'jorn, Tobacco am! Wl.i.it, as also lr raising of (mil and vegetables*. I\>r terms, apply to G. I. MMLDING. I.< onanl T<>w n, ft. Alan’s Countv, AM. February 2filh, |BtM—tf. f. I. IIUIH’S I SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL j WAREHOUSE, loft Frail Si. F.a’.lin ore. Frrci-sstiu to Cottinoiiam A llakmnc. THE tinderligr.ed most res| -retfullv call the Attention of the Fanners and Mer chants of St. Mary’s, to his assort incur ul Agricultural Implements, nmst all of which art 1 ninth* at his own Factory, is I la! I; more. I*|oiij|is, of all varieties; Gnltivati r> for Dorn V Ttthatco; Fa*rows of evciv description; < 'or ll |*laiitei>; ( ’nm Shcllt rs; llt.rse fVwers; *1 hresbers ,V Straw ( an it rs; Moi.lg men’> Wheat Fans; l.'a\V hVapeis, in tl almost t\t i\ thing that the F<>rn.t*r may want in m\ line can la* furnished him. W. I! HARDING, lot) I’ratt Slitt, RaStinmre. l.alc (Vllingham iv Harding. Feb. 2r.11., 1 Stilt-- 11. CAREY, BANOS & WOODWARD, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS & SHOES, •26C BAI.TIiMOKK ST., BALTIMORE. Orders will receive prompt addi tion. Oct. 3rd, 1802—ly. pjrqiTK printing of the I'realise on ihc Cul- Jl livAtiuii id the Grape Vine, etc., by ,1. S. has met with some unavoidable delay, through no fault of the author's; having Wen occasion***! (so the printers inform me) by a large job received previous to mine. The pamphlet will certainly lie ready for sale, by the latter part of.next week; in lime to make wine by the directions it gives. When 1 Advertised the price at which I expected t be able to sell the pamphlet, I was not ad vised of bs exact c*l. and have ‘'rrrknnro vilhout the host it M ing one third greatet than than the first estimate; ami must there fore, to save mo from lots, add it to the price, Hoe Advertisement. JAMES SHORE. Oct. 10th, 18G2. HARRISON EDWARDS ofiVrs h.rmclf u the voi sof Si. Mary’s County as a cnmlidatt for Shenfl t the ee\t election. Noi. *•)■(, 1861 LEONARD TOWN. MIL, THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBETff 1. 1863 TREATISE ON THE CRAPE CULTURE REVISED and" enlarged by the addi tion of the promised CHAPTER r>: VN WINE-M * KING, etc., is being . printed in neat Pamphlet Form, on fit* r paper and wish new typo; and will leav# ~! the press by the 27ih inst. Sent free I . any ahlreKSfor three cent stamps, i i>eHrintivc list of vines jjyopagated at v for salcmw by the subscriber," Fent wtl r price !*t for one cent stamp K**' Send at once and secure copies. Address ] | JAMES .SHORE. Tapper Principio, Cecil co.. Md. Oct. 2nd, I G WHINER, STF ART & CO., A Cr.raii. Gbocciis, ft. I '■ .eripsi Je, 3rd dc<r nlve I*rat* S*., I'.ALTIMOIIK. i ; - F D. G ap.nivrn, K. V. S HI.ART, .1. I) GAirDI.NFR. Keep rnnslanlly en hand a larcn auc* rarerul ly ‘.cJm-iml Murk of (rM--rie, Liquerc, A e. .\!ar< li g(Mi, p(i3--11. J ~ JOHN T. WATKINS, i: cffiST FOiirm No. M SOUTH sniKKT, (' IIAI/HMORE, r , April Sih, lsf.2—if. ROBERT SIMMS, WHOLESALE and H ETA If GUOCEH j ’ No. Go We.sr J’katt SnttKT, ]>a iri more, Md. ' March Gilt," ISC3—If. i ■ NOTICE TO CREDITORS. NOTU.’K is lieretiy 'riven that the Muosrnher has olitnifieil troll! die (h-flinns ‘ "oiirt oi l -Sunt M.iryV nmnlv, in .M:\ivluol.ieitei-.sol adiuiuisirtttioii, on the persminl t-Mt.of Ann j F.. MellfV, late of s.ud ••.., tlcei-.u .-d. Ali ! (icrsniis ha\nur claims against the st.iil tit reaped } are hereby warned lnr-xlkll.il the same, with the 1 proper touches thereof', to the subset iher nnur ■ In I ore l!io Ist of N’nv., I'fift. otherwise th-y may In* excluded I>V law from all !♦-j tflf of the 'said estate. ti\en under our hands litis 23 rd . dav of April l^lift. CHARLES MEDLEY, i Adimnts it aior. April Ifiili, IcSGft—4t. NOTICE TO OR F.DFI ORS. NOTirE is hereby "iven that llie suhseri l.er has ol.tamed from the Orjdians’ (’oiirt of Si. Marv’s rour.ty in Marvlmni, Ut ; J lers of administration \v. a. on tin* personal es tate tif Catharine i fit re h, le te of smti eonnty. de - ■ eeased. All persons having elainis against the , said deee.tsr-rl, tire lieteUy warred lotxlii'nt. the < same with ll.r proper vouches thereof, to the I mil.s.'tiher on or before the Ist day of Nov. ISliil, otherwise they may be • xclutled by law ti am til! benefit of tbe xau! estate. Given un der my hand this 23rd day of April ISG3. ALRERT I.FiICM, Admiuislraior. April Kith, 1 Sf. 3 -4w. . VOTIf'R TO CREDITORS N’ OTICF. is hen by given that the subscriber has t.biained from the Orphans Court for i iS; int Mary’s county, in Marvin id, letters j lemimenlarv, on the persoimi estate of M arv Drnrv, mlc of said ■<., deceased. ■ All persons having claims against the said de ceased, are hereby warned to evlniiii the same, with the proper vouches thereof, to the subscri ber, on or before tbe Ist of Nov., lri3, other wise they may be excluded by law from al. bene fit of the said estate. Given under ny hand tins 23rd, day of April, F*d3. WM. li. DRURY, Executor. j April 03rd, 18(13—4w. p j NOTICE TO CREDITORS. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscri bers has oblamad (roni the Orphans’Cour! of Si. Mary’s emnty m Maryland, letters ol • administrati. non tlie personal estate of Ignatus W . Norris, lae of said cotinlv, deceased. All person* having Claims against the Said de -1 ceased, are hereby warned lit exiuhit the satnf i will, the proper vonehts thereof, to the snb sonhers on r before the Ist dav of Nov., Is(;3, • otherwise they may be excluded by law from ; alt benefit of the stud estate. Given cutler out hands (his 23rd day of April, 18(13. i HANNAH R. NORRIS, . ! UENJAMIN FOX WELL, Adimmstra tor s *j April 23rd, IS63—4w. •I NOT ICE. i* i umlersignetl wish to inform tin • i pimple of Saint Maw’s aud atljourn ‘’l ing counties, that they have just comph*te< ' a FIRST CLASS RAILWAY, and an r prepared to haul t>ut vessels of miy size . and will HEPAIH, CAULK, Sic., on tin *. most reasonable terms. Frompt attcntioi to all work, andtpiiek dispatch will be givei in all cast's. The Railway is situated abon a quarter of a mile from Leonard Town oi , a fine oyster creek, where we will als , build SCOWS, ROATS, or VESSELS, i ° requirevl. on the lowest terms HARRIS NORRIS & FUN WELL. July IVlh 1800- —tf, i WHITE Hill ICIDIMT. liiStitiitiuu is atimtiil in ■ ’low n, .St. SLiry’s County, Md, and i now r-j K-ti for the rerepti- n #t pupil*. Tbr eour-c of this institnli >n embrare? all 9 ihe i.ranehcK griirnilly taught in Academies. A M*tni annual report will le tran.siuiUeu H z I’arentft a:nl (iuardians. A conveyance will always I<* in readiness to take to their own church, the young ladies > o( different denoininatioM*'. | I‘nptU muet qituc ( j.iqnth d wit ! *- hie uap i Itlns atiu i<-WC'|<.' " r ~ rK *~ *" Terms, per session, of ten months, For Uiard. w:iJ.hing, light, fuel, £loft.ftft English; ‘Jft.ftft Frel.eli; 20.00 ; Spanish; 20.00 Germnn; 2ft 00 Mii-ie Fiano or Guitar, with tie of ifistrnmcnt; 42 Oft Drawing and water painting, each, 12 00 ( (hi painting; 20.00 All ho.ik.-5 and stationery at the u.-nal prices. Payable, quarterly, in advinee. r i 1 e regular Aeadtmie year will roniltter.ee on t’nc 1-t Monday .after fin* l-'dh -.f S.-ptetn -1 her and terminate the last Thursday before the lAt Ii < f July. For further it formation apply to the prit - ciple, at ia-xiittr l ’’..w t. MISS. NAN N! E F. M A 1)1 )OX. Feb. HMlt, 1 ;:J —tf. FOR THE PATUXENT RIVER AND PLUM POINT. STEAMER PLANTER wi : l leave 1 Rtiilonore for tiie HatnXent River every W f-diicsdny moniiug, at (i oVloek. I'omuiem'icg Wednesday, April I, leGft, p.ocertlieg s f..r up as i lilt’s Lai ding. Re'-iriintg, \v 1 1! !nu- flill’c Landing every Friday morning fi r Rc-nedici. leaving Rtnedi. t every Saturday rooming, at (> .’. Ink, for Ral ■ tmmie—railing at u'l the esnal 1 amlmgs on the River, also at Plum Point, going and returning. j Passage to Plum Point and Pali \*nl River, >1 oft. iVle.ils Fxira. I Freight received up to I o'. ln.-k on Tuesday*. N l. Toimc o per llogs-ici.t >1 2a “ •* From Ream'll I ,*>(l Gr am per bag, delivered on Steamer’* j vv liarf 10 An addition a! fieigii* of o>ie-f..i!rlli vvitl be .'baiged mi aS! down mtcndetl for the lb al'.rh. Fassengor* are respectfully requested r.ot ta bring any aiti.des of Fnagio on lumii! ilie Steamer on ilie morning of her departure, ex ce;-t their Raggage, as it wit! not la* n-ii!veil, GEO. W. WEEMS, Master. Ap• ii 2nd, l-'fi.'t—tf. WAITED fHIO 111’V or IMRE IK or 12 likely ■ a NEGRO MEN and WOMEN. f.. r which the market prices or wages will he giv.ui. ‘ Also, FATTED CATTLE can he sold for the best market prices by applying to . or addressing, ■; JO. IT. MADDOX. Leonard Town D. O. [t Jan. 2nd, ISU2—tf. JAMES~I)OWMir" AITOUNKV A UIICXSKI.I.CI: AT LAW, Lr onanl Town. HI. Man/ a Co.. J A,’*, GVill practice in St. Mary’tamltat adjoining counties, r 1' loth !?>(. : NOTICE. DIF WILLIAM S. DLAKISTONE. have itig liH'ated in ( hiptieo, ofiets liis pr .- - feshional services to the Public, and cat. al - ways be f..nml, when not profesGonallv eu ' gaged, at Roswell .-, I!. tel. i also letuin my * t!:anks to my fin-luhs in the neigitborhiMNi at ‘ St. Ulenu'Mt’s Lay for (i.eir former patronago, and will always be happy to wail ou tiiem j al the shortest notice, Nov. 28lh, 18ol—tf. FOR SHERIFF. PHILIP 11. DORSEY, thankful to hi* ( j- friends and the public tr the support he re s ivived at tlie late election, oilers himself again a II . a candidate for Shenrt' and sobers the votes of his tel low-et li/.rns of St. Alary’s county al the next election. Nov. 21st, I Nil. I. ‘‘ ) TIIAD. K. I‘IIKISS. 11A KUK A JAMISON'. PiIEUSS and JAMISON. ATTORNEYS A COUNSELLORS at LAW. WILL practice in the Courts of St, Mary’s nml the mljimiiii" counries. Lv.-t.a.d 1 own, March RJili, 18C.‘J— tf. FOR no AI) SUPERVISOR. iC HENRY NORRIS of Jos , thankful for th< 1_ support he received 11:e last election, '(fieri j himseif to the voters of Leonnnltown District ** ' ns a candidate for Hoad Supervisor, and promi '? stg, if elected, to devote his entire tune to tin ;, improvement of the public roads. ie April 9th, l*ii3. ■| PKOFKSSIONAL. n IXR. -I. R TIKIS. BKKVF.S Im* loc.ilo. at ••WHITE PLAINS,’’ alx'iit a mi* from the village of Chapt’C". nnn rrspertfulk oilers hi> services to the public He will ,lc\'*t<* himself exclusively to tl j practice if hi- profession. Jill., llilll, 18'i2—tl. I JOSEPH 11. KEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. ■ Lrrnwrd Totrn St. Mary s Comdy, M an/taml 8 w IIX practice in the Courts of the -first > ▼ ▼ Judicial Circuit—S. Mary’s Charles 1 and Prince George’s Counties, March 6flt, 186-3—6 m. BOARDINGHOUSE I * FOE ’TBACIIKHS AND AT' ■ 1.,. CIIAULUTTE UAL].. r |' , llE undersigned will open n n Roardiru It House in the village of Cl nrb tte Hall, t f"f (I c acromimsluti' ii of the i t-ael its an-;! > Pupil.-of (lie* A cadet iy, on the I-I ofOctolxr next, ih- Itou.se formerly occupied by Tit* m.ts ) Martin, Esq. It is my design to keep a lir.- class House, with furniture, beds and b- ddit g ( all new. 'l2lose desiring to take board at tbis ( Hon-e will please make rariv app!ieati> n to ( me, by b-tter i r otlierwise. 'l’enns for b*-uid i ing same as at the Steward's bouse \\ M. 14. lillA WNER. S pt. 11 Gi, DC2—:f. PROFESSIONAL DR. CHARLES COMRS. l aving lo cated himself at the G R E A T MIL L S. for the purpose of practising ,h;s profession can always he found at the residence ot J. J. Allslan, Esq., when not pi ofi s.-ion ally er."a"ed. Jan. 2nd l Vi t’2-—tf. ; \aj mbkk:~ j SHINGLES, LATHS, ERICKS, LIME, HAIR, 1 SASH, noons :um SIlfTTKns, 1 F(.)R sal**, at the very Unrest pi Irr f. jf’ASM or A ITKO\ ED credit. Lefore bttv j -ig. cdl ar.*l see ns at the c*rm-r of Lnta *. I md Gorman Streets or at Hl2 Light Sfn-oi i \\ hart, Laltimorc, Md. LURNS & SLOAN. ; March 21st ISftl tf. i" I KONA in) 1()Vv N i EISSB FtCTDRY. I , , HA \ L\G pun. ha veil the entire it.t< rest o| , the late linn "f Mo*rgati. J . misoli A Co., j ; the nndor.-igned will ••ondutl the Lu.-ii.t-css vv itL ; promptness atid energy. A large slock of excellent CtGAIFS, mam:-, faetnred from the It-st Tt.haeco t<* be obtaita*! jin tl e market, will be kept constantly * n , hand, and orders will he received from, at d . I Cigars delivered al Factory prices, in * ill k-r •■ I * tlie counties ot Prince George. Charles. F : i.. ! Mary’s, (’alve.it or Am.e Arundel. I A liberal siiare of the patronage of the pen- ( pie of S. ml item Maryland is earnestly s*.iicit - 1; for the advancement of HOME INDUS- 1 TRY.ba-cd upon the mottuul large sales with n*asoe.ablc profits. | UctT’ All orders addressed t<v (he undersign-! l ed at Le-mard Town T. () , will be prompt y * attended to. i 15. A. JAMISON. ! Jan. 9tli, 1862—1 y. A. TKKUO. J. S. 810 KG AX. • 2 1 TREGO i M OKCI AX, [COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND J WHOLESALE HEAL EES IX : LIQUORS AND CIGARS, * fe f AVK removed to No. 22 Oonitu \ B H street, one door from I’ratt strett. whore they solicit a continuance of the fot , racr patrons of their Old Stand and the ’community in general. Their attention will he given to the inspection of till To - kaoeo, to the sale of nil Prodtice consigned j to their care, and to the purchasing of all * goods on comniD-ion. j April 3rd, lF()2 —l^*. ; DISSOLimOHHOTICE. fXTHE copartnership heretofore *r’-ting be j -* tween the undersigned, m iirrtl.e t.iinr and style of Penn A* Mitchell, is this day dis solved by mutual consent. The- name of the linn will only be used in s future iu settlement of its business. ALKXA.N DEL PENN, 11 H. MITCHELL. L. V. OLIVER. Bit. March 2d, 18C3. March 6th, iSfifl—tf. ’* TO THE FARMERS V PLANTER’S OF i- ST. MARY’S COUNTY. te i The undersigned having formed a copart ner.- hip, under the name and style of Mitch ell. Oliver it Co., for the purpose -f conduct ing a PRODUCE COMMISSION bmim-s-, respectfully solirit pour patronage and hope to merit th*? same ly strict attention U bu.-i --le ness and yot*r iuteie^t. Iv R. IT. MITCHELL, c L V. OLIVER, h ROUT. SIMMS, n.dtiim>iv March 2d, IStio. March 6th, 186U —if. i FATURDAY NIGHT. What blessed things Sat unlay nights arc and what would the world do without them? Those breathing moments io the march of life, thosrr'Hltle twilights hi the 1 broad and garish glare of noon when pale j yesterday looking Icsyit’ful .through the shadows, and faces, changed long ago. smiling sweetly—again In the hu.-h, when • one jemembers ‘the old folks at home.’ 1 and the old arm chair. Saturday nights ’ make people human 1 set their heart to beating softly, t they used to do Rvforc the world turned them into wax drums, and jared them to pieces wilii tat tors. The ledger clo-cs with a clash; the iron doored vaults con.c lo with a liarg; tip go the shutters; click goes the key in the lock. It is Saturday ni"ht, and business branches free again Homo-ward, hoi— The door that has been ajar all the week gently closes behind him: the world is shut aut I Shut in, ratln-r Hero are the ir*‘aurcs rfur nil. cord in the old family Rib!c—and not in the Rank. I The dim atid du-lv step* are swept up. (he hammer is thr wn down, and the : apron doffed laborer hastens with a light i >tep homeward I our <l. May be you are a 1 achelur, frosty and , forty. Then, poor fellow, Saturday nights are nothing to you. ju-t as you are noth ing t< anything. Get a wife, blue* eyed or blark-iycd, but above all a true-eyed—- got a home no matter how little—and a little sofa, jns large t nongii to hold two, or two and a half, and then get the two nr i two and a half in it on a Saturday night ! and then read this paragraph by the light of your wile’s and thank God and; ! take com age. DAMASCUS. 1 Damascus is the oldest city in the world; Tyre and Si n have crumbled on ( (he shore; Haalbee i* a ruin; Palmyra i binicd in the suuls of the desert; Nincvah and R;ib\!on have disappeared from tbe; Tigris and Euphrates; D iniasciis remains wh if it was before the days of Abraham a centre of trade and travel—an i-land of ! verdure in a des rt —“a predeMinal capi j ltd,” with manial and sacred associations j extending through more than thirty centn- I lies It was “nesvr Dainascua” that Faul i"f Tarsus saw “rhi* from bcavi k I above the brightness of fin* sun;” the 1 “street which is called.” in which it was ! said “he praycth,” still tuns through the city. The caravan comes and goes as it ! did ti thousand years ago; there are still the sheik, the ass. and the water wheel; th<- merchants of Ih j Euphrates* and of the I Mediteiam-an still occupy these “with (lie multitude of tln-ir wares ” i The city which Moliainet surveyed from: > a neighhoring height, and was afraid lo i liter, because ‘it D given to man to have j hut one Paradise, and, for his j art, lie, was resolved not to have his in th;s I wot Id,” is, to tiii> day. what JuSian Called ’ it “the eye of the East,” as it was in the; time of Isaiah., “the head of Syria.” * j From Damascus rarae the Ln.son, our blue plumb, and Dsc delicious apricot >t j Portugal, called “Dauiaseo,” damask, our beautiful fabric of cotton and silk, with vines and fiowors raised upon a ’ smooth bright ground; tiie Den ask rose, introduced into England at the time of Henry VIII; the Dama.-eus blade, so fa , nious the world over for its keen edge and wonderful elasticity, ibe secret of whose manufacture was h*st when Tauier t lane carried off the Artists into Persia; and i that beautiful art of inlaying wood and , steel witli silver and gold, a kind <>f mosa ic, engraving a.id m ulpture united, called Damaskeening—with which b"Xfs, and bureaus, and swords, are ornamented. It is slill a city of flowers and bright waters; the “Rivers of Damascus,” the i “Rivers of Gold,” still murmur and spar kle iu a wilderness of “Syrian Gardens.” A CURIOUS MIRROR. 1 Among curiosities exhibited at the last Paris Exhibition, was a huge concave mirror, the instrument of a startling species of optical magic. On standing close to the mirror, and looking into it, it ■ presents nothing hut a magnificently mon strous dissection of vour own pby-iogno . my. On retiring a little, say n cmplc of ■ feet, it gives your own face and figure in true preporfion. bur reversed, the head > downwards. Most of the spectators, ig norant of anything else, observe these two ! rffects. and pass on. Rut retire still fath er. Standing at the distat.ee of five or six fed from the mirror, and behold, y->u s e yourself, not a r-fleetion—it does not strike ywu as a n flection—but your verita ’ ble self standing in the middle part be , tween yu and the mirror. The effect is ' appalling, from the idea it suggests of . something supernatural; so startling in -• fuel that min of tie strongest nerves will - shrink involuntarily at the first view. If • you raise your cain K thrust at your ether c M*lf, you will see it pass clean through the body ami appear on the other side, the figure thru-ting at y*u the same instant. The arti-t wlm lir.-l succeeded in fashion ing a mirror of (hi- Jescrij lion brought it to one of tbe French king.— if we recollect aright it was Loui* XV. —placed his Ma- KO. 1 jesty on the tight spot, and bndc him draw his sword and thurst at tbe figure he saw. Tkc king did so; but seeing the point of a sword directed at Lit own breast, threw i down \m weapon and ran away. The practical joke cost the inventor the king s patronage and favor; his Majestv being afterwards so ashamed of his ow*r cowardice that he eonld never again look at the mirror or it* owner.— Lomkm Kn g* liter. CAPRICES OF TIIE EMPRESS EUGENIE. ! Louis Napoleon ,s spouse is as capricious as she is pretty. The hoop skirt is one of her notions, nnd on the whole a benefi cial one. Embroidered petticoats were another of I fie Empress* w hims, engemler < d I'j m*r pity for the distressed seamstre.s sos of Paiis. A sudden and unroyal-like bi.-it to L< n ion was another caprice, eaus ieg a-quaxt 1 1 with Louis nnd other family ffouble. Recoining di-trcssioglv pious was another imp* rial notion; promi.-ing to have a second baby, nriotiier. Rut the queer, st and most startling feminine fancy was ; übli-hing a newspaper. Lu France is (Ik Enipnss* organ, which Eurnpe reads wfth intere st, on whose contents the stock holders speculate, and which f„ t uis tho m w "sensation” of Paris. It has an enor mous circulation, and is impertinent and assuming. Fancy Eugenie’s lovely hands soiled with ink of proof-sheets-. Imagine her selecting, clipping, revising, arranging ami inditing conceiving leaders instead ot children, anti arranging ideas instead of colors. All the pocket money Hint she car squeeze out of l.or grim lord is now wasted in typos; a || her lime is pass. d in selecting editors and prescribing i J°ry- SM'e day La Franc will go too far, and Louis Napoleon, the ‘'Sphinx,” will become desperately savage. He will | stretch forth his morally huge paw, and. like an egg-shell, his wife’s newspaper will . crackle and disappear. They have a very I quiet ami efficient way of regulating the ; Press in Paris. ( 1 Tiik Roy and tub Riuck. A boy healing his father say, ‘Twas a poor rule . that would not work both ways.’ set up a I viw of hr.cks three or four iuchea apart . tif-p. d over tho fir-t, which, f.frikii?> iho • second, caused it to full on the Hurd, so ‘ j 1”*. R ,r < iisfh thr whole course, until ,-JI the ■ | bricks laid prostrate. i M ell, sail the boy, “each brick knocked down hi* neighbor who stood next to him; I only lipped one. Now I will rai*o one, and see if rai-ing one will raise the rest.” lie looked in vain to see them rise. “Here, father.” said (he Icy, “is a poor rule; twill not work both ways. They knock each other down, but will not raic each other up ; ‘‘My son.” said the father, ‘bricks like men ate made of clay. | Uonsckict Tilton —R-v. Theodore Tilmn. who was conscripted in Brooklyn on Tuesday, published iu the Independent an earnest appeal to the drafted nmn to " to the war r n person. “Honor to the eon script, he say* 1 , “who, scorning pili ihh* evasion, obeys the L-lii-sts of the law.” ; Rut he, having p.i.l |,i.- will not go him-'lf. He is llkc the chaplain wha, ui the eve .-f battle, bid bis soldiers !-rrT,r bravily, f.>r tho.-e who fell, “would sup in Heaven.” ami man-lied to the rear, reply ing. when called, that ‘ for himself ho never ate suppers.” “A'/il* neighbor, what is th; mo.‘t ( hristian news this morning 7 ’’ sail a g( titleman to his friend. I have bought a barrel of flour fur a poor woman.” Ah I \\ ho is it that you have made happy by this charity V” ; “My wife.” •••♦* ► Q'lllp being about to leave town, re . marked to bis servant Hut he should “rtart for Now \urk to-morrow. Dee vo ? Iciitee,” (God willing.) “What route is \ nr ?” inquired the valet. “Rv w:.y , °f Providence, of course,” replied Quilp f- Ciiari.e? M. RKB:rt?rK. of the Cattarau i gas irrm.an, has been drafted. Iu an -1 uonueiug the fact he says : “Why hnoM wf mourn, conurripted friends, J ; Or at Draft’s alnrms ? 1 '- s hut the voire dial Aljr’uni Mends r lt> ui<* us eliuldfr nrmt !” t “I wonder this child don't go to sleep,” •, said an anxious mother to a female ac • quaintaccc. “.Well, I don’t.” replied (Ins “ lady: “its face is so dirty it can’t shat its f eye:,.” I |. “No pains will be spared,” as quack said when sawing off a poor fellow’s leg 1 to cure him of the rheumatism. r* . . 7 * bich is the fastest, beat or cold? Heat, beeiuse you can catch cold. t Wby is the Utter E like a tailor ?—Rc - cause it makes cloth into cloth-c-s.