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'"1:1 Mii'l'J-ii " j i i ft That Sul'i departing' radiance sheds around, VVjieu mingling with the Btreamlet't; niur- UlUflll HIIW, ' , . i f It form g fairy lake, whose golden glean) Is blighter far than poet' dreamt "... ' .: . . ...,-.:.,(" i' 'i i No! Nature, do, thy God to thee hath given Surpassing beauty's' bright, ' immortal f i.idower,!! j .. .1 r.-i r .s ' To cast o'er earth the sunset hues bf heaven, And trace the footsteps of .his mighty ' ',' power. , '!, ' ,'. Sublime thou art,' when in the winter's put prime '), iu..i u i .. Thy regal sway is helj on Alpine heights; The glacier for thy more than royal throne,, The giitt'ring avalanche thy chosen homo. ,, And calmly beautiful (hou art at eve, . : When sinks the sun beneath the western " " sea, ' While through the dark old forest's green arcadfg, . ' i:i'lA Soft melodies are, breathed in praise of , !. thee;, . . . ,. .j f. P, And ocean's broad expanse Is covered o er Wi h ' tints wrought from i the golden L -M clouds of eveoji ;' k-alwvJ ,u-i. While t'oa the works of art are clothed with ; iji.tnji Iriiui Uiq bvuLIh hf autv of ihv fapfi. ' . But if the, soul exulta in danger's hour,, ; : J ' Then there is joy to climb the mountain ,. "--'eiiff,"' , , , ,. . , And on its top to 'pluck thd' mountain iJ:i;flwer; i iu:n. i "i I i ,Tp, wlch thy form' amid the tempest's . gloom, , ..,.1 ,v -j . ,.,.:r ,i .;j Ana when the storm-cloud bursts its gath- ' ' erlhgrage, ' "' To mark the lightning give its fearful doora,-i j.-- i t -) i :i '.i siawKf 1 As vivid flash on flash darts from the sky, While through the air the muttering thuo '.' :-'dersfly.' ' ' - ' '"' But nature's teaching pure are stamped on every hill, ..; i . Iu every, glen, and breath in notes of love,1 ;." ' ' ' From oc ean's.wave and from each bubbling rill., I; ..; - ! Oh ! would that all might heed those ; '. 'gentle tones, ';'''.' r Abd rend the symbol of their Maker King, ITheo might our fallen race prees on, and f,,i(. react ii,;.; t " -!.' !" s The realm where mortal foot hath never trod. '. ; v' ' I But where immortal souls behold their God. -.v.-iWlH VI.'" ' ! H..3 1 ' Lnus..'' ' , ! , . 1 ' Hi III ,) m- i ;! . !:. tiu.i-i !- -Mwmt BUe..--i ,:. ! .-, ,i Thou diest not, thou wastest riot, Mont ,f Blanc t, ; ) .f ,' i . ' if !i; Sun-proof the glacier-shield along thy flank, The arrowy avalanche thy quiver yields, Exhaontlf 88 snows to deluge flowery fields; The bird of Jove still makes thy mandates . known v ., J f (. , : ; i To life-guard pyramids that guard thy lurone ; Thy cliffs like a r-built' castles skyward Thy toproos pinnacle as heaven sublime. -i-:l.,:ii,CbldrUIBl", '" -Why are1 Post Offide Clerk's like Pauper . EmigrtnUP vr--;;.i:-.'I i. -i-V) t Because they take lots of , 8,(0) up per Tickets."1. ' " Xi. "." ' Jfr.T,-.T)tWl tM I ''WIS , !. ' 0ne of "Uncle Sim'j" nol)le8Vpcphew8 lost a caftbr.Wsters a Yew uiahu airo, and found in Its place a little green ticket. Ah I f ' EpHnph on Scoldlos; Wife. BeW lie tny'Vife; poor Molly !. lei her lie ; ope nmu repota at las-an so ao i. " ' T 'I t ' V f"4 ' 1 I't ". "I Bdwiwas it that the oulest man that .ever" lived, died before his father t niJi " ' ' - l . TTTW TT5T"n A T TTTTVW rtTTTS i : 'Pledge ! with ' wine-pledge - witli wine,' tried the young and thought less Harvey .Wood; 'pledge with wine ran through the brilliant crowd.'1'" 1 '" The beautiful bridge ' grew ' pale the decisive hour ' had come.1 She pressed her white hand9 together, and the leaves of the bridal wreath tf era bled on her; pare brow; her breath came quicker her heart beat wilder, Yes, Marioil,' lay' aside' your scru ples for this oniie,' said the Judge," in a low tone, going towards his' daugh ter, "the company expect it. Do not so seriously 'infringe upon the rules f etiquette;' in; jour own horrie act as you please; but in taine, for this once please mi." i-'ni-AiU-.-.-.-i no i::tw.i ; :J Jivery eye' was iturned towards the bridal pair.J i! Marion's principles were well tnowft. ;i Henry had been a cori-1 vivialist, but of late his friends noticed the fchange iii his manhersj the' differ ence iri his habits and to sight' they: watched him to see, 'as they sneenngly said; if he Was1 iied down' to -'a 'wo man's opinion so soon.'0 1'1 ,J';1' I '" Pouring: 'a1 br'fmmfhg beakerthey held U'with tempting smiles toward Mart(Hi.y Ghe' Was Very1 'pale, though moi,e "pcimposed;' and Iter hand khook not, as smiling back, she , gracefully accepted the crystal 'tempter, land raised it' to her' lips. !' But scarcely had she done so, when every hand was' arrested by her piercing exclamt attorrbf oh! how terrible!' 'What ' is ' it?' ' cried ! one '. and j;aTl. thronging together,' for she had slowly carried the glass at arms length; 'and wasj fixed regarding ft as though' it were some mueuus wojei;i. . , , , 'Wait she answered," while an in spired light sh,one from her dark eyes , 'wait, and I shall tell you., j I'jeeBne added slowly, pointing one jeweled finger at the sparkling ruby ifcnjidrr a signi mni Deggarsjan aesenpwon; and yet Jisten 1 will paint it for you if 1 can. vIt is, '"a lonely spot; tall mountains crowned with verdure rise in awful sublimity1 aroiindj a river runs through, and bright; flowers grow to vne water s eoge:" mere is a idick warm mist,' that ther sun seeks vainly to pierce. Trees, 'lofty and beauti-' ful, wave to the airy' motion 'Of the birds; but there a groitp of Indians gather; the flit td and' fro Vith some thing like sorrow upon1 tneir aarK brows. And in their midst lies" : ii manly' 1 forni but ' his ,; cheek how deathly, his eye wild with the fitful fire of fever. One friend stands De side him nay,1 I should say kneels; for see he is pillowing that poor head uponhis breast. - :. 1 iu '' l:r 'Genius in rums oh! , he ' high, holy1 looking brow! why should death mark it, nijd so young)! 'Look hovtr1 he throws hack the damp curls! Bee him clasp fs hands! Jiear his, thrilling shrieks tor lifel mark how he clutches at the form of his companion, implor ing to be haved;1 Oh! hear, him , call piteously his 'father's 'namejee' him twine his fingers togethei-ai,he Fhripks for his ' sister his " fmly sister-the, twin of his soul weeninsf fdr fiim m' Ills, native uiataut luuu. ; 'Seel' she exclaimed, while the liri ' da party' shrarik back, ithe. untasted wine trembling in their faltering grafip, and the Judge tell, overpowered, upon his seat .'see! mV arms are; lifted to heaven he i' jSrays how wildly for mercy 1 hot fever rushes through his veins. ". The friend beside him is weep ing", awe-stricken,', the dark men move silently: away,' and leave the' living and the' dying together.' .'fjito't ??! '!. There was a hush in that princely parlor, broken only by what seemed a snsothered sob ..from ' soma matly bosom. The bride stood yet upright, with quivering lip, and tears dealing to the outward edge of her .lashes. Her beautiful arm had lost its tension, and the glass, with its little 'troubled red: waves,' came slowly" toward i the range of her vision; : ! She spoke agnin; every lip was mute. T Her. voice, was low, faint, yet, awfully i distinct; ) she still fixed her sorrowfa glance lipon the win6-cup. 1 U:-n,-uut v i V j 'It is evening now; the great white moon is coming up trill bis beams lay gently' on his forehead J' !Ue fabvos not; his eyes are set in: fcheir sockets; dim are their piercing glances; in vain his friend, whispers, aha 'name of his father :nkd sister deth ;ia ihere.-" Death and no soft hand,, no gttntle voice to , pleas, ;, and, .sooth, him JUis head sinks backl on convulsive; shudr LA grdan ran through the assembly, so, vivid was; her disaripticra, so, ub aarthly her look,' sa inspired her man- ner, inai wnaLsne aescrmea seemea actually to have taken 'place then .and there.'- Thev noticed also j that the bridegroom, hid his face in his hands attd was. weeping. , v : ;i ;: I wil a,f 'Deadl she repeated asfain, her lips quivering faster, and faster,1 and her voice more and moreT broken jf 'and there they 'scoop him a; gravel' and there,' without a Bhroud, 'they far him down in that damp, reekinr eartht The' oniy son ot a proud tatner, tne'oniy; idolized brother of 8 fond sister; ''And he sleeps' to-day in that distant- coun try,! with 'no 'stone to mark the' spot. There "he lies--my father's son my own twin1 brother! to Victim' tir ihit deadly poison. Father she exclaim ed,, turning suddenly while the tears rained doVm. her, beautiful cheeks, 'father j shall I drink it how?' .hsn '"'!. - The form of the old Judge was con vulsed with agony. ' He raised ilot his head, but in a smothered voice he faltered 'No, no, my child, itf God's name--nd J !.- fc-niHr-ytil ;J 4i" Sh6 lifted the' glitteri Hg eoblet, 'and letting it suddenly fall to the floor, was dashed ,itif a thousand pieces'.' iJ Many a teanui eye watcnea ner movements, arid' instantaneously every jwihe-glass was transferred ,tb,'theJ marble table on Which , it1' liad been "'prepared' Then as she looked, at the. fragmerus, of'"crystal,v she' turned to' the' ompa n' saying?' 'let. ao' friend1 hereafter. tipingfme; b'ever 'to' tou'ili'.Wllaste that terrible noisoaV'" And he1 1'6 whorit I hkve jgtVeri "Ujf ifa&d who Svatoh'ed over ; my .bf other 'dying In 'that ilast si solemn : hourr: ,nd buried, the; deaf , wanderer, theret' by, jthe. river in thai land bf gold, will, 1 .trust, .sustain mdvi in that resolve Will . you notniy hu8- f i band. v Is -s i -';? ibi.fvjr U rf... Hia glistening eyes,' his sadj sweet ;, smile,-, was her, answer,! The Judge .. . left the room.and when Ian hour after -,? he returnedand with a more subdued , Y manner took part in the ejitertainment of i the bridal guests, to orie could fail J to read that he; too, had detarmioed j , to banish tha enemy at once and for-: j " eiver from his princtly home iJi. i j,-. : Those-' who iwere, present thai j? wedding can never forget the impres-s , siqn so solemnly' made Many frost j that hour foreswafe the eotiial glass.-ri : Bosiom DlmuBranchA ?j-'i:r.if, 6isr .JH- . , j 1 Extensive . Printing Office. ; ' The Boston Times, remarking oa ! . tL a magibude of the operations in the , Newi Y ork Herald office, say s 3 "Th composing I'room of :ih New York I Herald establishment is probably thd j largest on this continent, t, It is in the , fifth story of the tbu lding, and h front of one hundred 1 feet on Fnlu street, and seventy-five on Nasm ' i There arft employed In tttaefoi 1 in-ehief, a night editor who IS, aiso; a printer, an assistant foreman, with t-. deputy, four proof reader a revisor, a corrector of revised . proofs, a man st whose duty it is to take the proofs, J another who 'attends to .standing, ad-1 4 rertisements, two ship news com posi- , tors, a ma who distributes types ,aa occasions (requi re, and,, clears away the jpi. forty-four , regular compositors, and two printer's" devils. : There, are j als,,.apott j twenty , substitutes,' , or ... chance men, whose services are at the, disposatj.of the . establishment in case, u of; an emergency the, whola forming j a total of eighty one persons. It seems ,. but .yesterday that eight good compos- (1 itqrs performed all the; jabor.,in.J.tbat department of trhis nqw immense , coa-)B cern.j iT.y,.f ,.? ,() i ...!',..;;') i'fira' fi.oitsH " LA-Nor;AGE.-2-Our language Is'now spoken .by seventy- five milliiri Of people, and it is exceed-'. ' infirly cooidu.J Webster's Dictionary,"' the standard wbrV," Contains more'thari. 70,000 .words.' In our daily life , bu smess, we use -only one sixtn-pan 01 -themV)There.are only' about i0,0CfO'J in'' daily use by 'thbse who" Write arid speak our language'. V:T6! appreciate 7 the flexiblechni-acter 'of the English La.n2uajre,'.we haVe b'utHO' 'read; the7 'A young girl recently died 'ofj consumption at Mount Alorna, N. .,' and JM lamny, luider.tne pcnei t..at it' would prevent thr rnerhbers of it ? dying ot the, samd disease, 'as 'several' had prevlous1ytdiedhad'theheartfiridil Uver.1ta:ehyroni1tn'bod'y, aftd burft I,' , ii -U' li.-il lllit Mif ,H j. n 'i i 1 . 1'AWcdrf.iblNctic'f.-There : re1 14 Protestaritsphools iri'Constanf.io-'1 Sabbat X - works of Washington Irving and Car- lyle'the language 'of the two appear " to be entirely different; ,k i:' pie','' and 86' 'Protestant' sermons are ' pteeVP ift of1 fieatnth'Al city err1 -11 li k ViJli'ilta i)-j'l:)iij