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SALISBURY, - N. C, AUGUST 31, 1854.
4. J. BRUXER, -
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.'
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A FAIRY TALE.
No guda mam oait il la reftm,
No nagtil kin lliurwa? la iuw, '
Ha irmta. or Uitir, hiw chn bo,
fmt m ftkt,-i llt tf ftm.fthmnr.
It was ho Junghing matter, let iiie tell
you to offond tho Emperor Peter.
A courteous knight was making bows
to tiro Emperor' daughter ; the Empe
ror i daughter was sitting at a indo of
iuoipcaoutofbidkeiicl,andbittlie0trai)-l, , . . T.. , w .
. n , . , ; ual sent in the IVince s dinner, and, as
" ' O CT lidliHl a ilnnr llrkw won it ttnes ilila f..i.
was his high luiglittiiess the l'riucc of , . ., .,
win w Know inai, uircciiy uio aog goi
. i r !i ii
lUHiue iuu jinson-uoor, 11 wouiu uo irans
formed into an elephant, and would, in
that sliapc, swallow up the Prince ; that
was diotitiguished, notwithstanding all
the consultations of the fucultj, one morn
ing Towca died. In the evening, the
Prince of Candia was doomed to suffer
by the how-string. In the afternoon,
however, lie was missed from Lis prison,
so that there was nobodj to strangle but
tho jailor. Nevertheless, it was not fair to
make the jailor answerable for Lis pri
soner, because, in the dajs of magic, it
was unreasonable to expect anybody to
The Prince of Candia was cost into pri
son because he had broken two ribs of
tho Emperor's d g. !. very day, at si t P.
M., together with bis dinner, a fierce mas
tiff was left ,whh him in his cell. He
was condemned to fight with dogs for ev
ery liiiserahle bone. , Xiiiw, to nay noth
ing of the danger, there is a great deal of
monotony in such a tank as this. The
daily barking, snarling, yelping, bowling
land confusion of a dog-fight at dinner;
time iiiiist become, in a few days, highly
then it would
key's tootb. A large dresser rose out of
the ground to intercept it in its fall.
"Wako me when supper is ready." So
saying, the fairy went to sleep ; and there
stood the prince before a dresser; provi
ded Willi knives, skewers, plates, dialiea,
and a monkey's tooth. The dosr was
upoh the floor beside him, ami the fire
burned brightly in corner. Not only
waa the, prince cook, but he bad never
even seen a1 kitchen.
The fniry being bow stleep, Sirlus, In
the first place, lookedabout the cave to
ascertain what means of escape ho could
make use of. Thero was no door, there
were no windows ; he found that he was
boxed up in a perfect cube with- Kors
patza. H lulu he was looking.about, he
assume the body of a heard the cracking of a whip, and, what
(gnat, and fly out of the dungeon win- was worse, he Telt its thong upon his
j dow with the said 1'rtnce enpboarded suouuiers. iio couM not see by whom
j snugly in its belly ?' Such were the facts ;
'rl'TZ: " ritJ "V.itfcc Fince's after-din
ld la ftafonum la 3 pm - au fraciiuoo of a up. l iht duty was to biiry tbeni7"H'e'had twdrg
lo i at ii eoanred ia pnipuriiua U lh w hi 4, of j , .it.,., . . .
h a L a frwiioaai part. . I eucli grave with bm kmfe, and fork, and
A rqnar ia tbo apaoa oocopiad by IS cloae Im disagreeable ; and as the dead dogs were
a m amainaia a-i auara juainf aj. ur Jl mpt. i
J - : " k ii .-....
ur manual raaaaa, witlwrnt a4iiinml rna'ir',
(rmaud lo ibuaa bo advertiae rrfularty thnjufh thr
yrar. ' .
Tama diJUra A aaannnrhif eandMlalra fr ofBcr.
Court Urdera ehargad 93 par rant biirhiT than the
abirvo ffataa. Ordara fbrdirurec of hoabajid and a iff ,
LTPrranoa aaadiaf In adwrtiaattirnta arc r-qnrat-
ad io atala tRa aiimhar uf InarMatua rpauirrd : and if
it la lab4 Olayatxmld occupy lh rraal apa raiaai-1 The Emperor Peter, at the same time,
Ma. wrrta upon tba bak tha word -ar. thhtrrwiar ! ,
liwy VuT b. pot ap ia the alual at,!, and cHaTJrd vrJ' Biul SUrpriiHul JilS subjects by blilH-
aCTnrmnciy. , " ! lag out among tliem ill the new liht of
j- au flavill aa) ineoa raira. i
mmmmmmmmmmmmm MwrierV-HThrr ate of ne tflwatrwas
" i " ir i i '.ij. . ! Prinre -as a btat secret. It was known
Archbishop Ilnghes is rattier notori-! ,
. . . i tlint tile kmirtTor a vnrii-ttii r hml tu-a rit.i
unit roriua diuire to Biimna in uewsoaoer i . - o -
- n p . J Li , .i
controversies. He Las recent! v, it up-
spoou-r-rthe only instruments in Li po
sesnion and after a while it became ne
cessary to inter the dead one over the
other. This is a worse mode of burial
than anv doff deserves.
(ears, under the ww l jilum
attacked Jolm ilitcltel, of the Ctiixsn,
but tliiuk lie has met hi match this
time, in the scathing replies of the exiled
broken 7 tha
f a untioii must be al-
cause every part
wars interested in the health of anv niem-
ber of tho royal ta.mil y. , It was known
that the Emperor bought up ail thclargi:
and strong dog which were brought be-
-Hire birn : ami tha?. eftt-r IWv bsd tm
tw nieTruVtLTtr::';Mn,r Z'Z
mte-ATcttjliftop-arrdme 1Vour Mtrch--'7 ' ---- ; - -
... . It was said at the clubs, i.nu Irelieveu
ertrcpljr: 1 . . , , , , r-
,. ... , , , , ... . , in well lufuniuid cutci-iCn, Uiat the Lin-
Mr, Mitchel is the Inah patriot who ,.
made tbo maifniticcnt discovery in t'l Ver"r 1 ltLr U'akmg wsearchea, in
military tactics, that a good plan would 'order that he might become skilled in the
o toiung yunoi iroiu uie iob oi un wuu
lin bouses more than one story high, oil
the passer-by the tfeet, ."without in
"liiiring whether tho fiery liquid should
t was applied, and he still felt it inces
santly, he supposed that this' must be a
hint from the old fairy, who depended for
her supper on Lis diligence in cooking.
Angry with pain, he resolved to try wheth
er bo could not 6mother tho old woman.
Several times he endeavored to come
near her, but between him and her there
it was a kind fairy who had played this
dog's trick on the Emperor.
Well, bnt there are also unkind fair
ies. A morose old creature, named
Korspatza, spun a web between tho sun
and moon, in the centre of which she sat
like a great spider, ready to catch the
.gnat as it flew lightly up ward. The gnat ' med to be erected an impenetrable
was entangled in the magic web, andlwall Dot 10 bo seenbut. to be felt more
writhing tinder the old spider's poison-j "eutely tLan the whip; it seemed, in
fang. ' jdeed, to be a judicious compound of the
"It is not my desire to hurt you," j prickly alone with the terrible loasa.
said the old fairy to the gentle Siizemun- "Well," thought the prince, " I suppose
da. " Oive me the Prince of Candia, and 1 ,nust "P0" mJ duS- u bus to
I will let yoa go. . , If yon will not do'bo skinned certainly, and I am sure that
that, I shall cause the sun's heat to flow -U slla11 "P ll,e creature with the grca
into my web. aiidlt'siiail be to you for- tc'st I'Ure." Accordingly be put the
ever as a red-hot gridiron." , . 18. upon tlte dresser, lho whips ceas-
ana Hew away.
Hie fairy Korspatza,. jtill jwearkig Ler
tLeir own accord. The other dog was
attacked straightway by a set of table-
knives, who chopped him up into small
pieces, put him into a stew-pan, and call
ed an iron Look to take him to the fire.
The first dog was. more delicately., dealt
with ; carefully trussed and spitted. As
it turned before tho fire, its outline melt
ed into a new form ; and before the fairy
was awake, the whole of the processes of
cookery were ended. Before the fire were
two dishes; one of them contained a
beautiful roast goose ; iu tho other was a
rich and fragrant stew. The kitchen uten
sils then all darted up towards the ceiling;"
where they ran together in the form of a
hugo dinner-bell. On this there rang a
noisy peal, while the dresser below chang
ed into a well-furnished dining-table.
Then the fairy yawned, and stretched far
self, and sat up on the sofa. if
" Supper is ready," said the prince.
"Dear me, and1 go it is!" exclaimed
Korspatza.1 " Vel"y well. Tho stew is
your dish ; I will oat the goose. Come
and sit near me."
A chair rose up on tho spot to which
Korspatza pointed, and Sirius sat down
as he was bidden.
"'. " The stew is very good," aaid Jstrius,
after tasting a mouthful.
" Is it ?" said the fairy. " You princes
know good living; so I take your word.
Hand me the dish,"
Korspatza ate up the ste w.
" May I trouble you, madam,- for a lit
tle goose?" said Sirius.
" I have set my heart on a goose sup
per," said the fairy. " You may pick the
bones when I Lave finished'
Korspatza lull no meat upon the bones;
and after so full a meal slept very sound
ly on the sofa.
"What do I want with these dry boueo?''
inauguc oiriua i. oui i win rcmemucr
treatiuela 4LJu wotiuded Xayoiitu,
That his bigli niigjtinos the Prince ol
Candia wan sunt up in lu. pnns the
; r I - : -
mj or 1115 country.
W fW J fa CVBflirTr " rt . 1" juvi-ll - - won. 4. vi ni'iiuf) pLUllll vl IllfUli II1C - "j-"
i !r I. i j . i ' a 1 . ! is- a laMft. fr Ii II ka.1 iM II 1 1 fil.ttt t V I:. 1 1 1 1 1 f "A ' I i i t a i f .....a 4., X 1 . T. . 1 1 Vf
spider's dress, then seized the Prince of - e"' "' a"u ult m l"u
. - ... I blind.
Lanuia oetweeir ncr nippers, and, nxmg 'n ;
iierselfjdown with her victim to a cave 'f . " ages ?" cried Prince Sirius. "Now,
Itt.v ill. o L-litt.. l.w..ilt hu cn.i iiinn
at r. f o i the advice of Suzemunda. These must
tious. At the first cut, the dog began to . .. . . , . .. , . , .
uu uic uuucb buu iimuuoiieu in iier noie.
j what am I to do V
Sirius, therefore, put tie goose-bones iuto
Lis pockets. Soon afterwards Le fell as
leep Iintlyidrpiediiahe was
being covered alive with a piecrust of put
ty, and awoke shivering. He found Lim-
Miwin trVo ailriTiio rf lliA oni-tlt
Tlirc are some human beings uglier 1,1 a rtal ruge ue lo lue UP u j " " V "S "
- - - - D ..J,a ... . ... 1 - - a , a, ... ... j. . .... I . . . U" U k2 Lux. 1 1 1 IT 0 1 iitl i 111 J tlAnlrAfa
rhaii "Ttddef J. ' "The fairy Kcfei'saTzS" did'111 prejim- 7.s.:.t7i:j.z-,:'-i,''.
1 . 1 i-., .... a. i. e :.. " hat w the matter! asked tlun nrineo.
" Give iiie "my bones'refdred the fre-
iwHmprote in 'appt-anmce vhrrn sbe -rt -Wftlil6W muvh.force Jn
,umed her proper form, and stood be-,' ,1,e lirc- "Xow' cook .voursclf!" he
fore her prisoner. The cave, in its iute-
. .. .. . -
eneil. Uut instantly tl.e cave was lull , . . , , , ' , . . ,
J..- .., ,.i . ,i. ...', . ... I of smoke; the smoke cathcred into an: . .. . , '
Or, was very clean; the walls werei ' fe powerless manner; and it was evident
an a wile, or uiibiiunii, (ii.ne tvraniuea
at Lome, blander than niik abroad
Candia was a powerful kingdom. If
ariy child held out its fingers, it might
tweak the emperor's nose, but if it look
el alarmed about the blackness of. Ji is
beard and the bigness ot his whixkers, it
would Lave at once the thrashing it do
sirved. His iinpcriiil Lighnis, like a
who, if Le had a good plantation iu Ala-
baihaj'well"itotked with fat negroes,
would treat them no doubt with the ut
most humanity, and this wo say on tbe.
Btrengtn of our own opinion, inaMiiucu as
we Lave always known Irish Omttgnmeti
to have in their nature an immense resi
duum of humanity and benevolence to
wards the captives under their denomina
tion." Mr. Mitchel, In last week's Citizen,
gites tto lhnp'tit-for tar.51 - Hcre?ri atupkUjA
aa extract: ,
" Your Grace says I once recommends
cd as a good plun " to fling vitriol from
the tops of all Dublin Lotises monr than
one story high on the passers by in the
streets. flvmnnty njMaiiiiy, this is a
falsehood; but in some relative, mystic
and sjirltual sense you may be, pei'lmp,
assured of its truth. -Would it be too pre
sumptuous, however, if I venture to ask
Your Grace to poiutoutthepassHgo whcie
1 recommended that good plan.'
" Of course, when any man has abuse
to discharm) neon me. he takes care (co-
4- rrr-tbKBtfiwJk Uo havo
1 uo : q - . .- . . . iTT "
4-ponoiifli.andaIso (copying tlio Aboti-
non rress to cast aa ajamnnn -ptanii
tionin my teeth. Your Ctracu is not ori-
1 ainslj nnd Uiinit , uble It) tinil nolliii);;
by which I mean, that whctiovcr he
thought it safe to be indignant, then in-
worse, yon como out with these old sto
ries as fresh as ever. Js'ow doe your
trace seeing anything so horrible in a
plantation ot nogrocsf Are you not a
waro that priests, bishops, monasteries,
yea, Pojicsv Lavo held slaves Vet it is
not wonderful that you should nut covet
i plantation in the Stwth, so long asj-ou
deed it was no Ianghing matter to cre
ate occasion of offence.
Tha emperors 's daughter lived in four
chambers of tho palace, out of which she
had never been allowed to pass. No tu
tors had been suffered to approach ber,
and her handmaidens had beeu chosen
from among the most unlettered women
of tho city. The Einjicrordid not intend
a daughter who would presume
. j ..-;i. S.iTTna ,rTuVKdWrrtr
imutititi.lv t lia ntlinra itiaannanmil Km.
.... us began to blow the fire, but was ex-
when one commands unreasonable things,
it is really most vexatious to discover a
rank and file of obstinate disputatious,
blocking up the path to their performance
The Emperor's dan
smiiuth and liL'tily iwlloliCTtTflB ftnj-Husk,iPM i 8F
floor, so was the ceiling. There was m,jtTal eow contracting, and the dog bump
furniture visible; a fairy who is fond of !ed "Sai" U1)UI1 tlie floor bcsido him-
tiding never requires to have a litter in P.rinc Sirhl8 Vnt hia Lan,U i,,to l,is Pk-
Uiiit neTiatTnot one Tioue Jirhis Tiotly.
" I will not give you yonr boues," said
Sirius. " Who are you V '
" I am an earth-spirit. Jn my bones
J,o i.r..onn.i...l ti-. mni;.. of a4 si. ! wiiips again upon ins back. Jgaiu ue
did not knock up a chair or stool for Si- j,iftd ul-tl,u doo and commenced the
rius, (that (was the prince's name.) but ;scll1l'inS- 1Ie continued with his work
threw one of her shbes into a corner. iu itu of resistance ; but he made no
Immediately there snnmtr lift where the P'TSress. uecause as ue reniovcu uicskiu
hoe bad fullen, a wood tire and a mon
key ; the monkey picked up theshoe.and
hastened to replace it on the fairy's foot.
Korspa'tza delayed him while she pulled
uut one of his eye-teeth, aud theu gave
him a rap upon the head, which sent
him through the floor directly.
-The' wood fire filled the room with
smoke, and set the fairy barking with a
cough. Every cough, as it resounded
against the walls, instead of echoing back
again, fell to the ground, shaped like a
pair of bellows. A wholesale bellows
maker might have made his fortuuo by
exporting tho produce of Korspatza's
eoughing-fits. Obedient to this hint, Si-
rmsjtook ; jij ojie jiiair of bellows, and ini-
breathing with a quiet putF, the bellows
barked like half a down dogs. If the
in' one place, it began to unite again over
the part with .which his knife had last
been occupied. Sirius chopped off the
dog's head. The eonsetpience of this
proceeding .was, that a Bew Iread budded
from tlie headless body, and a new body
grewout of the trunk less ahead. There
were now two dogs, who: attacked the
prince so savagely, and with so terrible a
noise, that the fairy was awakened. She
turned on one side lazily, and looked to
wards the prince. " I see," said she.
" Well, you may cook me the pair of
them." And then she went to sleep
The prince's hands again dived down
and I will serve you faithfully.''
. " By what will you swear to me ?"
" l!y' nothing. Tho spirits have no need
to swear. Only men or worse beiugs ev
er think of uttering a falsehood."
" I will trust you, friend," said Sinus;
" here are your bones."
The being vanished, and soon re-aj-peared,
clothed with his former strength!"
" Uy what name shall I call you "
I am the
1 hate this old Korspatza, but she has still
some power over mo. Will you remove
those ashes?" -
Tho wood-fire had burned down to a
few glowing embers. Sirius swept these
on one side.
" Tread upon tho floor, master," said
Sirius did so, aud a door leaped open,
disclosing a large box.
" Open the box," said Marl ; "I have
not power over it. What do vou see?"
lie" stood under the warm ' guhsLme, ona
mountain side. The sunshine waa tjoite
warm, although the rain was falling in a
summer shower ; and tlie rain soon ceas
cd. The grass and tlie trees sparkled t
tho very lod waa ebo tribnti ng -ita. -ft..
grance to tlie burden of scents with which
the slow-footed breeze was laden. Bugle
notes sounded in the wood below, to
which the prince was listening, when sud
denly a stag leaped op the hill, aa arrow
after it j and after that a single Luntsman
galloped forward in pursuit. When he
came near to Sirius, he checked his con res
aud swore a loud oath. Sirius started to
ic horse's bridle : it was the Emncror
" Hallo !" cried the Emperor Peter.
"Uolla-Lo!" cried Sirius. i
The Emperor blew on Lis bugle to call
together bis attendants. The prince shout
ed for Marl. Marl was the first to come.
" Can we change shapes ?" askcdSirius.
" At once," said Marl,
i Sirius sat on the. Emperor's horse, and
loosed nae tmpcror reter. rmipcror
Peter stood below, aud struggled, in the
shape of Sirius, to pull the horseman
down. The train of attendants in a short
time came upon the ground. Emperior
Peter was carried home for a madman, and
placed in a lunatic asylum, where he was
compassionately treated. Sirius finished
the stag-hunt, and rode home in state.
Early next morning Sirius proclaimed,
in the name of the Emperor' Peter, that
whereas Le had in the past reign been
guilty of much oppression and injustice
and whereas ho was now most Lcartity
ashamed of this, and whcrea9 Le intend
ed in the days to come to introduce 'Into
Lis government a better spirit, and in con
sideration of the greatness of the intended
chartge, Le did now determine, ordain,
appoint, command, and institute it ara'
law, that thenceforth Le should be styiod
and entitled Emperor Teter- the Second,
Lis former 6elf being tonsidered dead
yon continue the government as I hare
established it, obeying the counsels of the
prime minisier whom I shall leave. - lie
is tlie spirit by whose power yon are now
transformed, and he will work yon good
or evil, as yon -merit either at lia Lantjtf,,
"Emperor Peter wasgta4 ttf escape W
any terms from Bedlam. Ue kept his
own counsel, and, continuing to receive
credit for the goodness of government,
soon found that it was more pleasant to
gratify Lis reason as a good man, than to
eratifr Lis passion m a bad one. 8w he
became good on principle at length, and .
was a bosom friend to honest MarL
BiriuT rrtrrted ibe Emperors danghtrjr
in Lis own person, and Laving ia the
course of another year or two obtained
Ler reasonable love, he married Ler. Tho
fairy Suzemunda, who was present at the
wedding, (Marl was thero too,) told tlie
princess all her husband's story. This
he Lad himself not thought it right to tell
because he wished her father to have all
the credit of Ler education. That Suzo-
mumla did not wish. But when Suze
munda afterwards told the king and queen
of Candia about the old woman Korspat
za Low, since she Lad lost Ler fairy pow
er she had been living miserably in a but,
and Low slie was as that moment Buffer
ing under a painful disease, they did not
rejoice at the good fairy expected and de
sired,.. Suzemunda had some spite about
her, for she was a little annoyed when the
"king and queen sent hurecs atijd "doctors
in a post cliaisc, with orders that the old
woman was to be tended kindly. But
the consequence of this kindness was;" that
Korspatza (she was too obstinate to drink
any of the medicines) recovered, and liv
ed1 to become a very amiable person. -
1 tTie story ends with thaty which ia be-
yond question the most surprising of all
Peter IL accordingly devoted himself
with much energy to the reformation of
three years nponrlie throne, it was found
possible in six year's time to bring the
state .once more into a fair condition.
"Ypff Tjifiy o 'afire 'tup' SiriTuT .did $ot
long WI ay a- visit te-the beantiftil daugb-i
ter of the Imperial House. Her beauty
filled biin with delight ; her ignorance
possessed hiin with dismay, lie did not
fait itr tore" wirtr tier,' beairss fto" had no
sense, and there is no filling one's
Sentinel gives the following picture of the
Hall of Representatives. Time between .
&aud Att'elocJ. oi of tha----
belly from an empty dish, although
it be of gilded porcelain. But the
Thirteen persons in the galeries, view
ing the scene of representative dignity
below. Tlie chairman of tha committee-
dozing in Lis thair but not 'salllcfeiitly-
j.. i i.. .. .. -
smrnioienttrr rentier mm- nttogrmcr nrr
conscious of tho nature of the proceed
ings. One of tho clerks far gone in the'
land of dreams, aud an official reporter
asleep at his post, bix taticrtieu gentle-
men leaning uaca tit ineir cuairs. several
of them with- handkerchiefs spread loose-;
ly over tneir laces, wane, perhaps, vi
sions ot happiness danced over then?
m. uui no ciw ui-Dini iu ill iiiv uonea o . -- ---- . , ,, n - - . . .
mismanaged g.rl slwt.14 -be set free1 frWrann g gn pd -:
t. n a V...... 1-.1 A t I ... . . --. ... r
uci H-3HUIUU uumncu irauucnt ere t witri ins neaq nect np, snoring in toecop'.
engaged to fill her head with . knowledge; Jner. !Sfo t a few legs cocked no on the
desks, by way of rest. . iionorables occa
sionally going out for refreshments, and
7 ice water. tme member only wnt-
but the more they talked, the more they
puzzled her. At length, the more they
talked, the more she slept over their talk
ing. cat could be done s birms call
ed for his friend Marl to help him. Marl
could do nothing, but suggested an ap
plication to the fairy Suzemunda. He
had been to Ler, Le said, to thank her for
earth-spiri Marl.. Since yoa. her fo.rmer .aid.becay sq be .bad ..found. Jicx
into his pockets down to the very boU
thciH O.it again. ' eytner af one ufj .ya.igrH prinni f y;r;8imi1
them, bo bad discovered something, of; rit, "if you are generous, burn
whictt tie had until now been wholly un- -11 Vou will, however, take tliem to vour-
by accident when be restored the bones.
Marl talked about Suzemunda very warm
ly. . ..
" Go, then, good futlow, excraimed Si
rius. Marl" went. He had made himself
rather familiar with the way, and came
back with a box of lozenges. " TJie wise
teachers must, eat these that is my mes
sage'." Accordingly, to each of the wisest
teachers was administered a Suzemunda
lozenge. Now the big books w.ere shut
and the old book-worms pointed with their
ink.y,liamlia to' the w.4hky4lw'arfo
ins. another readimr. and couples, here
and there, chatting. Yawning and rub
bing eyes to keep them open, werefre-
tiu.mt. occurrences. - (.
The.Senate's amendments to the Navy
appropriation bill under consideration.
Ikilmtura talkinor lntnilv. fnrminir a atpilr.
ing eowtrast to tbir not peaentOy iisten-
ing peer. As to tne4obbiea, in-one piace
a member asleep in a reporter's desk, -
while near him is another snoring away
bis fatigue. The sofas serving the. pnr
poses of.bed3anichairs, toot not const-
dered contemptihle subetitatea iuFiatlaV- -bents.
Tlie folder's table in tlie rear of
the Speaker's chair not considered un
comfortable by the prostrate occupant,
with' a chair back nuder Lis Lead tor m
pillow. A few gentlemen smoking cigars.
YOUTHFUL LOGIC. r
A secdv lootiug old negro, with a
4br4f4i'-4n -iiis- old-wbite hati Sed a- weetP
I vl A Jl. .T . 1 a . I r-.rtti.i it . at a ,rmy- nvr o Lmtr tha fifw-tfWir ths '
LiUSgEL-.,,,,, vong vtnmf. ont nf the stnrn nfSjy.H qP&P of .
all these. ; , . . r ' , . . . , . , - . voungntu1, nho iinfnwiincry TOiiiiticmcea '
T uini Mivnwuuvi mivhiivuiiiuihviui.. ... ... 1-. - II . . -.
c ' o - 1 1 11 1 1 tut.i ti 1 11M wiittc : ruitintr our. -i.nriA
aware. Together with bis Knife, bio'Seir.
nurse, the tip of a tongue, some string, some
: ' ... !! prince blew quictlv, the dogs would on- stick-iieppennint, and a bunch of kevs,
diter was deshned ' ., , ., ., .1 i'i.
L niH, lluntlVI, 11 IV i; .115.1. ivi ivitl . - ,,. , . , , i o f : O .. -
iu each locket i. tbe hair of ifiant ! f . H,ftory Jeed8 Tom.' and other oppwbious epithets. Tlie
before her on their lips. Strange nations j old fellow bora it patiently fora'few,
lived and spoke to Ler; and as she I c.onds, but when' tliev continued "heap
1 i :.i i 1 .1 ti 1 1 j.
ing corns 01 nre 011 uis ueau, lie coniu Hi
or earth-spirit, and by possessing tliem,
i'.mi nnn nitnili tvi 11 ti - rf no alii I f iaal1 t,i ViMir
. " : aru-.Lro tr Mmm film h.-imrwl MuuP In rtniiTw
, 1 , . , . n . . lv moanit he blew with more than H8U- .there was a sometJini tlireo-conieretj. It buliliu. I need not tell vou that the., . , . ". r stand it anv longer... Sittintloi
from hcr.lirth to he of great advantage-. y. gecmed to be, all gix proved to bo a small note of. pink pcr, i lutiA nLrit U too proud to be content-;kuowl 110 lonr crushing fancy, ; C4IrUtolC, W cJled out; Vho
liilw.a f.itln.r. Iiv tin. r.iiitriintinfr of Hoine " i . i . i -.- r ., i, .. 1 . . f .... 'was nnborne npon its winss in the kv. :r..,.tT,n n,t1f....ipi.iis-i,i
Sitting down on the
. Uiud directed, iu a lady's writing, To th
1 was upborne upon its wings in the sky. : jv se Toh f D d-do veT kuow w'L a?
: a 1 I a . 1 11 1. t .'.l...;. a. . .
marriamt irMi.tr -wimld.luM: ttt 111 llOlllir, ' . P C" I .-.... ...,. I .-. .-.' . . I- i AU lEUlU. W-aUKWU HMIVtHir, crow oeu wiia de l linvaJi lioo mocKt de P uwUt L.-1-lisliaI
Ijossess uiat enviable piece oi propeny, " , , " i The fairy Korspatza, however, dozed up- V n" y "J "I-" n""; 'r,s ""'""SO"10
the Ca vary Cemetery, where, I see by aud glory, lo herself also, such a mar-; ' ... read it : , ,11L. lockets, and wuipel us all to serve m
tlio nna'iiuun UR f vrmr rliirL- in' hi . - . . ; . . i tin her sofa, and did not seem to bo at all .r . ' , . - ... , - ,.-,, , - , contest, flattered with tUcJuusic of a thou-, yyung un, but yon am t no prophet U-
tn inewspnpers, 41b of j our nock ore nilgo would be, ol course, a great piece, v ' . My tlear Prtnce,-I Jo not sacrifice - vou ; bom them-in tliese .ashes, and we- , ' 77 7 . i i t n . slm, though! Sides," chimed another,
buried lant week at a fee of five dollars of" , fottu0, T,,urofore they Ilft(li J".bed by the contusion. . yolMelfl.l,K, I know what tfmt wretch aro all'set free. If voukeepmine, .l! , j". he ne,ver got drunk !'! We think thai
lllTCffit .itte.l no cart, which could tend to In the meantime the lire began to blaze, A'. .will A,-,Yon will find tins note from must Bcrvo yon by compulsion; burn taned with the first and last the maid-, larWk ' knocked Trim' for wUcu we
lee4at,i!: Ahli:,' to mBke her beautiful ; and in spite of -1 all the smoke with which the cave yo ,,,,,, and we shall MA If mine togethewid, the rest, and 1 shall ment '
wish for a well-puopLid grue--ya.d on u., lwinUn w ! j it,atilk uiebniics. " Whoever walked i - ' - .
lV ' . - . . e.netics:
The Hurnf lifl -TlieVMeme 1ovely woma mtKV. . m Mrhi-lrbrtt.m.'all- f TXw-,rtllA Vco of Candia li.i.mensenumbcrof patenfmedecineldis- "
M Jiutmng vt axntiujfun. uu . j . . . .... ,:.....i;i, .i. f.., I.,..,.'!'. Mr- wf. Ever vours, SizEiirMU. : Tt.nl-4 tirinrx. M nmliml Mr4 "Am . ' . .... , . i.i i. .:. r..wt..
I.......... y.r I .in Ij mill I 1 n hA pi OlollEill l"ii n "c .. "i ' ! " . , -- L-,1,Pr.r l-..f.ir 111 liail lB.m for .IV i-.i'v- ...ir.u u.v . vi . .in in-
Sirius was delighted for a minute, al l what would you like me to do to this old
...... .....I in' il.;., I..,.
i- . , - i . . i .. ' M, so him ictit uiiiii. vi inia ia.7b iiaai.
..n j i"ii I il i tii.1 uu w L- nm ill ii in a iiii.ilin A . ... .. .1
. , he discoveries of Pr. llollowav a cele-
asyluni, " now, said the prince, your bratea Knglish Physician, mav be ranked
UIIIUI 4. II HUB, III IUU .III DV VI V - n ' . 1 . .a 1 1 t .
-J!....J -.... r .. t :.. I." .1. l-;i!..,l manr ftf lmr irtll COW, IlllU lueu It llli.ll, ur-t-il BOOl l, cm " I
uiu riui review 01 mo various mum m- i.uii-ii a ' j - - -. . . . . , . . . , ,.,
-." . . , . . 1 11 1 . . 1 .1 t- 1 . 1 . .. . .1 . lv tail - lrradtial v it condensed, took a though be was puzzled by the allusion to -witch !
vasmn rbrnn r- ml n t he wor d s his orv. iii.rcons. when thev nbg ited innocently 0 lu""l"s,jl1' i ".. . . . .. , ,, , . i
...-." - e l .1: 1 ... i ivi-iiiw.il 1 hi'ii iio ri'iili' 111 1 iiri il mnr ilii.ro 1 " liur ions nut uv ciiuiiun 101 ut-i 10 1 .-. 1 1 1 1 i - , 1 - 1 - .a
....ur ii Lnniicl sbo tlid feel that her' uen- IorM1 "",ru "llu ,u"rl- !-,"-lv ," , . , , Kinguoni is in oruer, your stiojetis love, as among me oesi, ooui on acconni 01
near its kinnti, sno uui ieei unit, nt-r 1,111 . .. . , ,. 1 . i..i ,l, Snmii,,,,,! . t,'l nnt ,iflW." S r us said, as he raked the em- - . , .1. . . i.. .1... "... e .1... . 1: ' us-i.
lili onriM of iov hist a tliig tho very image 01 the i-.iniic- ''"'".-'- " , ' ' . 1 vou wen, anu vour tiaugnter is a neing , me timnw in m uiu-uirau 01 uicu
uu a t row J J , . . .i!,.,il,it..,l m.ii tlmt Ilnu-nvor. tlm ! br over all the prisoned locks of hair. I "...i.....:.. 1. . ' tlm ntmltPtiiM ar mmiuwil. and thn
'a 1 nrx-i. u-iii 11 uui 111111 1 nnmi 1 r ----1 -. - ' iiout no man euu u iso t'liotiirit 10 love -- - r 'r
ndmiU tfiat "the success of the lliitisb
force that dashed up the Potomac, landed.
and, after a quick march, destroy od Wash
ingtori; aud then as speedily beat a retreat,
can hardly be considered an affair 'of le
gitimate warfare, being b'ttlo more than
a piratical and fruitless surprise .on nti
unarmed and .unsuspecting population."
. lis I a" iioto-wprtby to
tie bosom , warmed wi
when the-offended' stranger broke the.ror'
of diseases which have bocn eftect-
iirinno iliil nil tli.it ooiibl bn dune faith- An thev burned, shouts of a miirhty .:,i m. . e 1... ,vi .. rietv
r, . . . ... . BuuiVlVtlilJf. 1UC Ol 11U1U 111V1 ItlilUC it 1 I .1 .. in l
thetoothof one do-, and nut ! lane;bter and of great reioicrtig tliunderCU t;.,.-n i:.. r t i "H"J AUO x. r
...i.i: t..l V. . . a
. i i i . . ' i i i i . i t .1 i ...t. ' i o . . - l lessor mis t5.11.t1011s111.-M noiise iil, tttu
-I.... ill . ii- ii t. w.tl. mt. i tlm nmiitt. C.M.I-. t)ii..Mii-Ti tho on vo. nnilor the sound where- i n 1 1 , -n 1 - . t - . . - .. . '
' "J" """""' i v r- o-- - - ' - - - snail oe again, anu . win againjie emus ; street, for the 6ale ot the same, Unough-
et. Then he-.felt no more whips upon of its walls were "split, .and crumbled in- on tw.0 wnaitiou The first !, that von i out tho Union, where parties mav lie sup-
rit.s of that unfriendly beast. the paveineni.
Tho Emperor's dog its name was " I will have that dog for my supper,"'
Towra suffered severely from tho kick said the fairy, with a lazy drawl. " Cook
it had received. Notwithstanding the it; herC is tho sauce." Thereupon Kors- j 1, i,Hck ; the knives and forks, and to dusjt. Sirius cUwcjl bis eyes greatly :ivo, n)ey0,w diiuMitpr to bo mv wife.'if '-pl with them wUolesale. A'.!l'. J
rrreat kjn r Wlfen Ueppencd theui again tshA vminef" and hVaccrindV is, that i f'- -