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\ CHARLES WELUtNG, — £ --- - -------- r, ---- - ---- — --- — --- - --- —■■ , . .................... . •‘ FEAR NO MAN, AND DO JUS&TCE TO ALL AIEN.” , PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR ) O ID SERIES, Y O L X j m JAMAICA. QUEENS COUNTY, N. - f , AUGUST 10, 1869. . - .j . NEW SERIES, VOL. X X X V II.—NO. 23. j. Cornelius Hendrickson, v Attorney and Counsellor-at-Lato, t 897 Fulton Street, Brooklyn* ■(Our lo n g Island Savings Bank, R o m 9.) Residence, Union Ball Street, Jamaica. 1 1 ffULLIAM J. SAYBES, Attorney and Counsellor-at la w . And Notary Puljtc, X * 397 iJlte* Street, BROOKLYN, X. I Residence, amaiea, L. I, fllEO D O R E F. JACKSON, ' ‘ Attorney and Counsellor at-Iatm, ORee everFarmert’ ’ and Cilixent’ Bank, comer of r First and SotUh-lth Sts., WILLtAlISBUItCB, G il b e r t s a y r e s , ^ AUtomey and Counsellor-at-Lar, .Notary Public for Queens County* Canal Street, A M JLZCA , X. I lekMwltifinenta of Deeds taken for tka following. Statea, v!«: i , ■k, KulerD SUte«, Virgin™, Imltana, Ililmli, Obie, BrHtoh nerrllorfci Ulohlgnn, fewa, Wisconsin, Csllfornta—and nearly *11 «ho otbor State jK iilsfR O N G & FOSDICK, Attorneys and Counsellors-at-law, Office, Fulton. St., Jamaica, Over Hall o f Phamocy. JOHN J . ARMSTRONG, LEWIS L FOSDICK, Special attention given to Beal Estate tiuBlneea, theiciaintBattsnn of Hues and loaning menoy on Bond and Mortgage. Has REMOVED to tho building ONE DOOR EAST o t bis former place ot business, on FULTON ST., JAMAICA, ADJOINING THE HALL OF PHARMACY, WUore can be seen at Ilia Rooms over; day in tire week, E x c e p t T h u r s d a y s , Those favoring him with a call will find that they can get their work done as well and as reasonable aslboy osn at any ofthe L A J t e S ESTABLISH M E N T S J N T B E C I S T . One great difficulty with those having Artificial Teeth In the nettling o iho gums causing tbs plate to cut the month, so that they are frcquont y bligod to go to tho Dentists to have It remedied. If the work is done here all Mat can he remedied without losing tbo tlrno and ozponse o ;olng out of the village. Particular attention glvon to Children’s Teotb, for by attending to ism at tbo proper time the permanent ones will bo more rogular. All work done in a non! and mechanical m a n n er and warranted as t iiented. Mr S. will visit Private Residences to extract teeth If required. Jamaica, Hay 1,1808. JOHN FLEMTN g T Attorney and Counsellor-at-Zaio, Pulton Street, JAMAICA Over Roll of Pharmacy.. 4 THEODORE J. COGSWELL, Attorney and Counsellor at Lam, And Notary Public, Surrogate's Office ,. ______ JAMAICA, I i . I. WILLIAM S. COGSWELL. A tiam e y and Coitnsellor-at-Law, Boom No. 7 Mechanics's Bank Building, Cor, Cuort and Montague Sts., BROOKLYN; ' Special attention glvon to Conveyancing and Investing M onet on B ovd . and H oktcuoc on F irst C uss C ity P kovrrt *. alrxander h a g n e r , Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Office center Herriman Ave. end FfcftoA S9., AMAICA, X. 1. ! B O YOU S O W BYCKWDEAT, TURNIPS, WHEAT OB RYE 1 ■ ■ ■ ■ ‘ THEM IN C R E A S E T H E S E C H O P S I 'Add to and Increase tho fertility- of your soil by a E)lfimalic, Judicious a n d Economical M a d e o f M a n u r i n g ! Get tbe value of your outlay tbs first season I Keep your sail free from foal weeds) Obtain a tetter quality of groin and frnit 6 - * AU ibis bas snd can be dene most effectually by the ueo of ^ B A U G H ' S ( RAW BORE SUPER-PHOSPHATE, which in US present improved condition ia without an egnal at any price, and1a which nrc combined alllthe reliable abd lasting fertili- Sing qualifies of PURE DISSOLVED KAJV BONES, with tho ocllve, stimlilatlng. propertlescf the beet Stable Manure at 1‘ervthut- O m n o , and do per cent, cheaper than cither. Packages jiack IHO. lbs., each { barrels averaging 2(0 lbs. No Charge for. package, 49* Nojiebad eTall reliable dealers througliout the country at fac. tory prices, freight added, or of tho uaderslguetl, In caee^tbo dealer foil* to supply it. Price ZMi and Printed Matter containing directions for use on op. KteaUoUto: JOHN RALSTON & CO.. 181 Pearl St., New York, Or OBORQE yr. HRKE Ac CO., 110 Water Street Boston, General m o teeak AgenU. Bold jJ V . BATTEE, Jamaica; SNEDEKEB, POWELL & CO. Hcmpstewl, and F. KIIXEN, Jerusalem Station. Sml8 JB.. D . B U R T & C O ., REMOVED to 2 7 7 F u l t o n s t r e e t , Offer to /the| Public a NEW and COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of Ladies’i M isses’ and, Children’s, M ens’, Boys’ and Youths’ BOOTS & SHOES. OF FINE QUALITY. lJ/38 ____________ J. H. SCHOONMAKER, SHIP, BREAD AND CRACKER BAKERY, . I 436 G reenw ich S treet, CorxVwtry, NEW YOKE, With adi tbo late modern Improvements In machinery, a«d a^practi. calegparienpo of twenty years, I can offor goods In m y hue which in quality and. variety, aro not excelled by any establishment In tbe country,Below yon will Snd lister crackers made. Orders respect' fnfly Solicited and promptly filled. SOda,' Comment Soda, I Extr.fioda, Pilot, Extra Pllpt. Better TUot;. Celiforula, Bootoo. ; MHrg lam im , ■ Hand Sugar, Machine Sugar, Hand Butter, Machine Butter, Oyster^ Fancy, Farina, Cream, Bfeg, Konpereil, Blstorl, Waluutls, Waeblngton, Coffee, Braham,(Dr, Thrall’s,) Jumbles, Lemon, a, Wafer, _ . Jutnblee, Spiced,j Ginger Snape, Balmoral Btacuit, Graham. Arrow'Root, Cup, Wine, Aleo, the eolabratod , GRAHAM CRACKERS FOR DISPEPTICS. All oMetif fbr eliipplngproroptly executed. Crackers packed In tin Wtrodd to suit different ctlmatoa. Thanking my fermcr patroni for ihcirllberal palrbuage, I hope by strict attention to hnalneea, to still merit tbeir lkvor.. ' Ordpra,WWat..Offlco of WHEELER, HEBJIIf S t GO,, 21i, SI? and >110 Front Street, New York, will receive prompt attention and delive­ ry. 1 (18) J. H . SCHOONUAKER. OVJNGTON BROTHERS, V : . CHINA IMPORTERS, Decorated D im e r S ervices, FfiRlS CLOCKS AND BRONZES, Statuary and Rich M antle Sets, . ' V ' Superior Silver Plated Goode* ■ FineT*M« Cetlery and Crystal Glassware . 9 % ? , 9 3 8 , 9 4 0 F r t U t m S t r e e t , 3 S r ' o , D k l y H e ' DftBsa ifl Paris, S I Coir, Sue Israels, P O ISSO N N IE M . ‘Jlfj Ol . 11 ,. X j s t'l tu .i i fr& O L & vreetcsAUi > io > kctjul d u u s s w Eerosene and other Oils, ‘ \ .an< Brawn* ., Vara label, Brttihea, Ate ■ad Lamp Fixtarea, . ......................... tataullonr BBMKZTR, & ti J i H S I. BKtOKM ' tW> Bk B . W O O B ; ■ .1 . . SM&tit'lb* . . . (D o c k * , W a t o l i e s & l e i r s l r y REMOVAL. DENTISTRY I DENTISTRY S! O H A S , H , S T E V E N S , Resident Dentist! Never Known to Fail, U N D E R H I L L ’S F e v e r a n d J l g u e C u r e ! For tbo oortaln and effectual care of Chills and Fever, Intermittent. Remittent, Billious Fevers, Dumb Ague, and all Diseases Canned from Malaria or Miasmatic Distriot, Billious Headache, Torpid State of the Liver, &c., &c. Tble medicine bi» been long used as a family remedy b y tbnse liv­ ing In ague dfotricts, and by some of onr returned soldiers who con­ tracted tbe disease iu tbo Southern swamps. I t Is purely Vegetable, and contains no Quinine, Arsenic, or Strycli- nine, ami will surely euro. 12 Prepared by J . G. U N D E R H I L L , N e w Y o r k . Tiie Boulevard Brewery. Thu Boulevard Brewery, Frederick Fries, Proprietor, situated oif tho block bounded by tliu Boulevard, Menerote and Schutos streets, and old Busbwick avenue, W lhlelA M S B UHGIL My Bar is rarntebod with tbo best of liquors and Cigars, and hero the tliiretv traveler can find the cool aud nourishing Lager drawn FROM CELLARS, TEN FEET DEEP. U r. Pries invvltos bis numerous friends to call and see him. He will bo happy to supply them wholesale, or retail, with bis clioico La ger Boor. (Iy28) FREDERICK FRIES, Proprietor. Just rocolvod, a large stock of ' - Millinery and Fancy Goods, Consisting of Satins, Silks, Velvets, Flowers, laces, {.Straw Bonnets and Hats of every description. Also, a great variety of Ladles’ Dress Trimmings. Cloak and Dross Battens, Corsets, Hoop Skirls, Needle work, Edgings, and a full line of LADIES’ b CHILDRENS’ HOSIERY. Also, Stamping of all descriptions, done at short notice.) We a re prcparcdto sell goods as clieap as any houso In the city. Jamaica, April 1,11869. _____ (18) _______ JOSEPH BERNHARD. CHICKERING & SON’S Splendid Nevr Scale Piano-Fortes, At Greatly Reduced Ratos. Why go lo New York wbeu you can do better nearer liome f Tbe following figures show the amount of reduction wbich baa boon mode lo tbo prices of these celebrated planes: Old price list. New price list. S600 00 8175 00 *550 00 9500 00 - #675 0 0 9535 00 . 9720 00 8560 00 8800 00 $500 00 And all other stylos In tho samo proportion. Tbo Decou.st is made ia novnm n , and Ibis Nxw Lpi may bo relied upon as real and nxm>. Our stock of pianos (br renting Is tbo best to bo found on Long Islnndg CHANDLER BROTHERS, 180 Montague St., Brooklyn. . Next to Academy of Music, 8mI4 J. BOLL, Florist, DFnlton Street, J am a ica,’ (FORMERLY DOANE’S NURSERY.) , A largo Assortment of . Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Bulbs, Roots, etc. Baskets, Bouquets, Wreaths and Crosses, put up at lyso the shortest notice. J . H. HELMKAMP, Dealer in Furniture and Upholstery, &c. Corner Fallon and Union Hall St., , JAMAICA. Tbe gndcreigned having epcscd aJFaro)tnro snd Uphobdcrlng cstsb- Uibmcot In the seoosd story o f 0. F. k A. B. DUNHAM’S FEED STORE, would rcspcetfally loform iho InbabttaaU 6f Jamaica and vicinity -that he will keep constantly on hand a largo and varied stock of Furniture ted Upholstering goods, which will be sold a t the lowest possible pri- QQf. All kinds of Jobbing snd Repairing neatly and expeditiously dope. E lzo .G A liP E T S and OIL C L 0 T B S COT A N D LA ID , , Window Shades put b p. Hair snd othof HsttrassM. Window Cornices !n»do to order. i Thoiubscrlber hopes by fair dealing, snd by strict attention to tbo wants'-Of bis crtalomers.tbmerltand reccivo tb e patronage tbo resMottaaf JuM tcasnd vicinity. ' J . H. HELUKAMP. Jsxnitoa,Jaly 27,1863. . ................ , , , . C U R R A d , Ratter, No. SIB U n it St., WllUawbsrgh, ' \Bttwttn iikftnd <Bth streets, ! CUBRAN mannfoctnrex BW own MATS at tbB* bMt ntatartal, snd ^■M'^ving tdm s call can rely cpoh bavlag $ trod (utisto at (be #LB,!Nd’d«*k!on frcdhtbe Sistprlce. - FleerabWUMsest'tor r»(orfse»- . ■ - iyM> Ursctrto*) FI m f am 4 Fetd , . Written fttr Uus'L. I Epmer M Y U T T L E BOY WHO HAS GONE B B F Q B E . BY WILLIE F, GILCIIREST. Sometimes 1 long to lny aside The heavy cross of life I bear,. ' With earthly hopes and; worldly pride, And all of life s deep woe aad baro ; My fainting spirit oft will sink , Aud wish my way of life word o’er, • But I am strong whene’er I think] Of my little boy Who has ’’ goficf before.\ From out of all this caro and wo* j From pride and all its kindred Spa, From fierce ambition’s fitful glow, - Temptations that each day pegUj, My weary spirit looks above; * i To brighter thoughtswillAver Odar, > When thinking, iu my iteart’a groat love, Of my little boy wno'hos “ gone beforo.\ \ Eortb is a dreary place fit bcgt,,’’~^ A short snd dream of grief and palp, Without a bright green place of rest To once renew the heart again, Save when the post will.softly rise And former joys to mO reatoro, Bringing the form unto my eyes Of my little boy who has “ gotie before.” Onward I press, tho way seems long, The clouds of sorrow round mo fall, Tho path seoms dark, each daily wrong Obscures the future like a pull; But far above, a beacon light That gleams my spirit pathway o’er, • , The thought still lives in darkest night, Of my little boy who has “ gone before.\ Oft I stand in a wild surprise, n A whisper faiut falls on mine par. The songs of those beyond the skies, The loved and lost, I seem to hear; Amid those hymns, those heavenly songs, As calm they o'er my spirit ptwr, I hear the voice, ’mid; those angejl throngs, Of my little boy who has “ goqa beforo.” s When 1 shall breast death’s dark-'mng wavo And turn a last sad look ou earth, My feet slmll falter not, the grave No terrors'to my soul give birth,, For he will come, with garlands sweet, To greet mo to the brighter sharp. My cross aside I'll lay to meet With my little boy who has “ £<me beforo.\ I know he waits to greet me theixr AVithiu that laud of bliss and 1 iNit, Where flowers of brightness, beamy raro, Forever bloom, unaimmed by might; There I shall trend that silver strand, Whore life’s pure waters calm flow o’er, Through realms of bliss, aud hand in band, With my little boy who lias gonp before, Brooklyn, July 30,1869. . . t THE COQUETTE; \T One can scarcely picture a scene than night iu the country. When the eiu'th is elad in raiment of verdure, her brea&t teeming with the most luburiant flowers, wooed by the sweet- sceuted zephyrs, while the meek-rtSed stars tend to increase tbe sweet and calm loVjRiness breath ing everywhere. Such a night was it on which (no fashionable people of Egleston gathered together in tbe mag­ nificent parlors of Mrs. Roseborougii, The dance and the sumptuous supper were past, the;last guest had taken his departure, while the tired ser­ vants’ hearts beat with joy. as the last guest said farewell at bis departure—that which td others was joy and pleasure, to tho servant ossttmed tbe grim aspect of work and fatigue. ; Still one fair being remained, striding motion­ less, as if strength had left her limbs—Grace Har­ wood, tbe beautiful stepdaughter of Mrs, Bosebor- ough—etill leaned against, or near fan open bay window, the fresh breezes playing Rrith her gold­ en ringlets, casting them forward find backward from her brow, whore the finger ot Badness indeli­ bly stamped an expression of woe. wliich sadly contrasted with the happiness her street, angolic face wore one short hour before, /Qb! why this sudden revolution of happiness to t W o ? Gould you bu| look into the deCpJiidden recess of her heart and see the busy thoughts conjuring up the recollections of the past, while the memo­ ries of the blissful days came quick and fast upon ber soul, entirely losing hep conBcibusucss of the present. Then she saw herself a,happy, merry child, gathering sweet flowers off the lea, or catch­ ing the sunbeam into her tiny Iiand from the little forest brook’s breast, or receiving a fond kiss from her mother’s lips; alas ! too soon closed iu death. Again with memory she wandered back to the shores of childhood, wandering hand in Hfind with her fond companions whom she loved with- a sis­ terly affection. Associated with these memories was one which sent the rich blush to her pale fea­ tures, causing her heart to beat nervously; a fi­ gure of a youth centered .in the dreqms of joy and hope, one whom she loved Tar better in those in­ nocent days than life itself. 1 ■ From amid the silken curtaino a, young man hastily crossed to where Grace stood, who, as her­ self, nntil then remained motionless, catching the thoughts which agitated her, from the expression of her blue eyes exclaiming: : “ So, Grace, yon have bartered tyour heart for the golden bubble of wealth. You who were ouce so childlike and simple have dashed the cup of happiness from your lipsjto drink the golden wine of woe. Oh! Grace, is it trne, then, that yon are to marry George Stratford, Whom yetf have known hnt a few short weeks; cap if be, tell me, or must I learn to detest and feel a want of confidence in your sex ? Oh, woman! why arqvou Bo change­ able, turning the heart of true {eve into die bitter gall. ' “ Henry, have pity on my poor heart. Oh, do not speak so harsh. Oh, my God ii I cannot bear it. It is so long since I have known a truly sym­ pathetic heart—one that wenld lovu and tore for te, not lectio As she spoke,' A s she spoke, tbe Mautum uraOe looked her Companion fall in the face witbhbe e f those timid looks which should elicit onr sympathy as well as friendship. Yet she fouitd ao tympatby in those cold, gray eyes of Henry, H is features Were marked, with a harabncs*, and ho shrank from the tremulous hand so lightly Md on hia ahoolder, “ Grace, I am more ynnr-fiiend thAAyoaautici- mem than them who- fettor And hew tho but I cannot conceal tbe deep grief you f tellccts on the beauties of its unsurpassed scenery, have caused me by your treatment toward my |its paintings, and works of sculpture. While knee; friend Edward Liviugston, You havo destroyed the fine thread of confidence and esteem existing between us. Oh, Graeo, have you no heart 1— You are not true to yourself.\ “ I did not play Edwin’s heart falso,’* she said, vainly struggling to repress the tears which did well into her sorrowful eyes. ** He cliose to for­ get mo. Must I then, go on my bended knee and sue for his love, or ask him back to worship me again 1\ “ Surely ono cannot censure him for e n d e a r ­ ing to forget you, Grace. Was it because he did not love you ? Oh, n o ; simply because the spir­ it of coquetry, which is your life, prompted you to seek and caress every new and handsome faee, to sell your affections for the time being, to traffic for flatteries in all, to make your lover miserable; and you cared not how miserable you made him, provided you could Batisfy your gratification— your vanity. Him you might have easily won back. Just one look would have brought him to your foot; but you would not. His heart was too simple a victory to please your coqaetty. Fare­ well, Grace.” Ere she could collect her scattered senses and bewildered thoughts, he left tho room, and Bhe seated herself upon the nearest seat, looking more haggavd aud careworn than over, and burst into a fit of weeping. Weeping for what ? The affec­ tions, the fond hopes she destroyed in another heart, or weeping because shli saw tho wreck, her heart was strewn like so many feathers in the air, carried here and there by the winds, never, again to be brought together in tho hallowed fellowship of love. Who can answer ? AU the tender and excitable passions of love, woe, and remorse seized alternately upon hor, and her thonghts were a wild chaos of wretchedaess. “ Oh 1 that I had gone mad 1 that I had died 1 for there is no one on earth to hold the hand of pity to my burning heart. All! all are my ene­ mies ! none to soothe, none to comfort me in my great affliction.” The attendant, waking from her sweet, deep sleep, starting up, heard somo of the fragmentary sentences uttered by Grace, and naistakiug her pleadings the causo of grief occasioned by soon leaving her father’s roof, said gently : “ Do not fret, Miss Ilarwood j all .storms are followed by tho warning sunshine. “ A h ! my child,” opoke Grace, “ you know not what- yod speak. No sunshine can ever this heart.' The wretchedness of woe has seized upon my heart, and there it lives. If I put one from the other both must die.” away on this journey, Grace found that God had boeu good to her in giving her such a true husband, while all the mischievous coquetry had fled her heart, nud trutli finds her a true woman, she hav­ ing been placed in tha crueciblo of experience, and, like tho true gold, found, not wanting* _ A few days after their child was born, a sweet little babe, which cast sunshine over its parents’ hearts—the link which binds husband aud wife closely together in love. It was then at the birth of their child that Grace told her beloved husband, of the early errors of her fickleness, aud of tjiqj deep woe her heart was no stranger to, ■ ' , ‘ “ God bo praised!” said her husband; ‘‘Vjju. have grown into a true woman, aud passed through the fire, which oftimes leaves its mark upon thtf heart.\ * Many years have passed sinco tho marriage of Grace, and a happier household is not to bo found.. -Although the gray hairs of Winter are every now, and then showing themselves amid her raven tres-) ses, lier heart is Btill youthful, ever open—at whose gates Chaiity watches, stretching forth her hand, to the needy, bringing consolation into ipauy a heart, while the neighboring poor pray for Moth-' er Grace, as they call her, in their daily prayers.’ Her life, once a Spring of bitterness, has ripened into the Summer and Autumn of happiness, while faith and charity never leave the household of Graeo, Tiie Growth of Trout. * Trout kept ia ponds will average a pound, whep! a few months over thrco years old, if well fed.— They are like pigs iu more rospects than in giee-' diuess iu their disposition to eat offal for their in­ crease will be in proportion to tlio amount of food! given. A respectable old gentleman, who, I think would not “ fib,\ tells me lie has had them of font pounds, when as many years old; but they had the run of the spring house, receiving many a spoonful of cream thrown to them in removing moats, much curd, many worms which his boys fed to them, aud the whole population of many a big caterpillars’ nest cut from a limb in his or­ chard ; as well as young wasps and hornets, Per centra to this, a trout will live in the bottom of a well, or in a spring, without being fed, for years,1 aud show no growth. In stocking my ponds in New Jersey, several o f my trout received unniis- takablo marks which they never get rid of; two come to of these, which were not over eight or nine inches long, and not over five or six ounces in weight, grow to thirteen inches in length before they had boon in their adopted home a year. They werq “ My dear Miss Harwood, what troubles you very stout, and doubtless weighed a pound. Hern that you should be so unhappy 1 Nothing that I , the weight was more than doubled iu a year. Mr, can see. Your future happiness, your prospect of life is fine, surrounded by all that wealth can bes­ tow j and I trust that you will find your husband, Mr. George Stratford, kind and indulgent, which, however, I think I need havo uo trouble on that score, for his goodness of heart is revealed by his looks. So dry your beautiful eyes, as to-morrow is the wedding-day, and your eyes must not ap­ pear so red and swollen. The morrow came in all loveliness, the bright­ ened suu of June threw from his eye of gold hia golden rays of harmony, the birds sang their ma- Ainsworth stocked a pond near West Bloomfield, N. Y., with fry, as soon as the umbilical sac was absorbed, and three years after caught them weigh­ ing two pounds. In stocking a pond for angling; on Dong Island, a friend of tho writer brought yearling trout not over five inches long; tho fol­ lowing spring, say in twelvo months, they were about file von niches long, weighing a full half pound j in twelve raontliB more they had grown to average fourteen ounces^; some of them weighed more than a pound. As a fish increases in sizej its propensity for furthor growth also increases.— tins, and the flowers bo meek, so lowly looked up j A young salmon at a year, or even at two years into the virgin clouds to meet the gaze of the blue-j old, noes not weigh three ounces; it goes to sea eyed angels whispering Faith Hope aud Charity, j and frequently returns in bIx weeks, or at.least the be, and dwell among the nations of the earth.— , following.summer, a fish from three to eight Grace Harwood appeared calm, and more collected J pounds. The abundant and nutritious food ob- than when last we eaw her, aud few would recog-: taincd at sea, causes the wonderful growth; if it nize the woe-stricken girl ofthe previous evoning, prevented from going to sea, it does not grow The heur, ono ofthe most momentous in this .to mere than twelve inches, or three-quarters oif a life when two heartB are to bejnadc as one, when, pound iu a year, from the time it weighs throe each takes upon liimself and herself tho vow to be t ounces. Thus an abundance of food causes a ra- true through weal or woe, sickness or misfortune,: pid growth. but how few trulyrealize what they say when they I Tho enemies of larger trout in stock ponds are anawcii, “ I will so help me God.” This hour fish hawks aud night herons. Water frows, snakes came and passed, nothing of an unusual nature oc- and ducks, may also be destructive to the fry- curring to mar the deep calmness of suoh an hour, when first turned out o f the nursery. In a con- the fond bridegroom kissed his bride, and ns they fined space the water snake first muddles the wa-. were about leaving the church, Henry camo to. ter, and tbon finds its victim. The duck, also, her, and pressing her hand, murmured, ’• God. has the same cunning. The frog, in solemn si. bless you, Grace.\ Thoughts and memories again lence, waits for approach to shallow water among filled her soul, and hurrying by she entered the (grass or weeds, and pounces upon them. Tho carriage in waiting, and sinking back upon the j little kingfisher may also capture some. But tho seat gave vent to tears of anguish which were foe which it is most difficult to protect the fish asleep within her heart. ^ I from, is the species of heron alluded to, Though Grace, my own beloved Grace, said her has-! not numerous, these wading birds, when they havd band, are you not happy, or do you not weep for j found a feeding place so well stocked, may come joy.. Oh! tell me,for it is my duty* Grace, to for many sueceesiveevenings, and pray upon the offer consolation, to weep when you weep, to smile ‘ ‘ \ * when you smile, let me look into jyour heart, aud come nnto me with your fulnessipf love that I may press you closer unto my heart,' A groat feeling had been wrought by theso sim- Ie and lovC-fraught sentences within Grace’s :eart, and more especially since the previous even- mg. Her life heretofore passed beforo her as a vision, and. with God’s help, she saw tho deep and untruthful life that she had been living, fraught only With a wretchedness not only to herself, but for all who should come, in proximity to her beau­ ty ; and, praying to God with the lips of her heart, asked for strength to contbat the evil which was destroying her pure affections, and, casting^ a blight over ber life. Life to her had new duties since the ring of marriage had been placed on. her finder in the sight of God and his angels, aud aB light succeeds tho darkness, bo a new heavenly light broko on her vision. After her httsband had spoken in tones of pity to her poor and afflicted heart, she cast her arme about his neck, and looking from tho depths of his eyes into, his heart, she saw that his was no passing love, and, kissing him, she cried; Oh, Goidl give mo strength, and hear with me 1” ghe wad a changed being from this time forth. To dispel the slight gloom which still hovered o’er Grace’s life, her husband, thinking travel might .have a beneficial effect, caught his dear Grace in his arms one day, asking her how qho Would fancy a journey to the Btmny land of Italy. Of conreo Grace consented, and they passed some six months in that sanity clime, admiring the fes- tivitito hf Ittaffan lffc, fading thcit hearts and iu. tront. O ther enemies arc eadly provided against. ■Noiris's American Fish Culture. A p p l e C ustabd P ies .—Grate, or stew to a pulp, twelve large apples; to this add a tenspoon- ful o f salt, sugar, nutmeg, three eggs well beaten, a pint of cream or milk and a tahlcpiioonfnl of melted butter, tho grated rind of two lemous and the Juice of ono; pOnr the mixturo into plates lined with rich paste, and arrange strips in a net­ work over the top; bake a light brown, and pift over them powdered sugar. D e r b y S hort CAKE.— Rnb half a pound of butter into one pound o f flour, and mix one egg, a quarter o f a pouud of sifted sugar, and as much milk as will make a paste. Roll this out thiu, and cut the cabes with any fancy shaped or the top of a wine-glass. Place on tin plates; strew over with sugar, or cover tho top of each with icing, and bake for ten minutes- R emoving G rease S pots out of S ilk .— Take a lump of magnesia, and rub it wit over tho spot j lot it dry, then brush the powder off, aud the spot will disappear; or, take a viritin g card, separate it, and rub the spot witli the soft internal part, and it will disappear without taking the gloss off the silk, ______ jSgTlt is strictly and philosophically in nature and in reason that there ia no such thing as chance or accident; it being evident that these words do not signify anything really existing, anything that is truly an agent or the canse of an event, but they signify, merely, men's ignoraucc of thy vQal and Immediate

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