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L,rUtb*ram*anda*h*dWWtmUieoUM to#e# Jopetm's Needle," on the Embankment. She ./.,1c the child away, and as sbo did not return rr-time ho went to look after her, bot c6uld any tiding*'of them. A* the child was not • back at night/und not hearing of th* prisoner joJginga^be became ranch alarmod, and eoaght ... :xnco of the police, but he heard nothing moie .ild an til tiio following Wednoeday right, .1 wafc discovered locked up in a filthy room in a i led*$##»bomse »•» Peter-slroet, olmemt in a nndity and corded trilk vermin. He altar* - t-nt 1a. search of the prisooar, and after, tomo, ■ •vercd her in a houto near Chelsea Barrackt, ,VP her into custody. The child had been ill .ace. Witness added thai he bad .discovered be pri*on*r had told the clothing for drink. She young wbman. Sarah Hicks, wife of Jtnes*, said' that on BdoW morning, the Mud iho dressed the child, and when it loft home with ijwner it had on a new frock, cape, flannel petti->ii J hm&f When the child was brought home . nreall gone, Police-constable 427 A division lhato* Wednesday evening ha proceeded with •sen tor to several low lodgino-houtss, and other in Search of the prisoner and child, aa ho bad d information that they had been seen nean the ks and in the neighbourhood of • Patta-strect. almost a fruitless ecarch he: found the child . up in a back room at 22, Peter-etree4, almost , 1 a:.d covered with vermin. ItWas crying very a. After delivering it over to tho parents he went the prisoner, and eventually apprehended her near we barracks, in the company of some eoldiere. ness asked for a remand to enable him to.produce ci evidence. The prisoner, who said nothing in ace, was accordingly remanded.
jicssnder Montrose, ak*< James Bartley, ali v.rd ItaekUy, 28, butler and valet, was charged on , wir.uit at Westminster Police-court on Monday ri. nl'. iining a situation in tho service of Mr. Charles ;a .Manning (brother of Cardinal Manning), of - .ivw -gardens,1 South Kensington^ by mean* .of J v >l.irafter. Inspector Dowdwell apprehended thi .„v=cr «n 'Saturday night last. Mr. Charles John ^ning said tho prisoner applied to him for a situa-^ holler about tho esjiy port of January this »:id referred to a widow lady named Kings well, . post, Isle of Wight. Ho said he had been in . ..n ice, and that the cause of leaving was reduc-:i of the establishment. WiUicse wrote to Mrs. u; v.cll, and received a reply staling that the pri-
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i Catholic priest &1 a letter staling that Mrs. Kiui i!o of a draper on a visit in the neighbourhood, ■ jf, in fact, tho prisoner's own bitter. Iuspectoi <11 raid there w*s a character in tho same mum* In his posteealoe, end by this ths pri-Lad obtained another situation. Prisoner had ently got into the service of Sir William :-.h ocott, and had served six months' hard .1 at Jedburgh, in ScotUnd, for stoaliug that roan's propmty. There were ether ceaee *galnst Mr. Wovlrych remanded the prisoner. |
whether Uio Babylonians wer* guilty of such :ne cruelly" as to east persons olive into a r, fiery furnace, as in the case of Shadrech, h, and Abedncgo, mentioned by Daniel. They ingely forgetful of innumerable flcry martyr- , rery much more slow in their torture, and ru more cruel than the seven times heated of Babylon. Mr. II. F. Talbot has discovered proof in Assyrian writings that both this ner.t, and that of casting men alive into a den i , as Daniel was treated, were in common usu at I n during the reign of Assurbanipel, who pro- I STctiucliutlncuar on the" throne oy less than I year*. Saulmugina, the younger brother of
BCULLmG MATCH FOE ZWO. A sculling match for £100 a aide took place
Sedll* In the International Regatta, defeating J. Anderson and Aspkn in the final heat with great case, the odds of 4 to 1 being laid on him at starting. Since then Uawdon ha* met J. Sadler, the *x-champion,-for £100 a side, again winning with odd* of * •- 4 — v:- -» — ~ ^—
f to 4 on him at starting,. J. Haw don is lOsL weight and ia ML "Jin. in,height, and is 22 yeaa of age. Cannon, his oppteent, is a considerably older and heavier, man, weighing^ llaL Jib., his last public race being with Burgoisa,wsom he dafsited in January last year. Odds of A to 4 were laid on Hawdon at *ta itlnfr, the odds being taken to a considerable amount. Cannon took the lead at starting, but Was soon taught and'passed by Hawdon, the latter. leading- by two lengths off the Grass Wharf, which was reached in 3min. Osec. The Crab Tree was passed in Cmia. 20sec., the Soap works in Train. 44sec., at which point Hawdon was leading by three and a half lengths. On approaching Hammersmith Bridge Cannon quickened and slightly/decreased his opponent's lead, llawdoft, however, seemed to row very easily, and passed the bridge a good three lengths to the good, the time being Omin. 30sec. Chiswick Church was passed in ltmin. SOsec., Bar— *"
19min, 36sec., and Hawdon eventually race by four lengths, the time being 23min. fleee. Mr. Ireland, of the London Rowing Club, " * "
The Russian Imperial dockyard at Nicolaicf! has been in an aetive state all the summer, making good the damage* occasioned by the late War, and the new Iron floating dock there has been in constant requisition. This peculiar dock, which was constructed by Messrs. Clark, Standfleld, and Co.; of London, was specially deaignod to lift the large circular .ironclads of the Russian Government, which oould not be docked at any other naval establishment Although the dock waa eompletod last year, and has since docked nea% the whole Black See feet, the final trial only camq off last week, in consequence of the Popoffkas being reqnired at Odessa during tho war. and Mr. Standfleld was present, at the request of the Russian Government, to witness the final operations. The smaller Popoffka, called the Novgorod, 101 feet diameter, was docked on Saturday week, and It v found that tho dock had a surplus lifting power 2,000 tons. Tho larger of tho two vessels, the Vii Admiral Popoflf, having a diameter of 121 feet anc weight of 3,COO tons without stores, was raised on Saturday last, the dock having a surplus power of 1,000 tons unemployed. The dock Is capable of raising a vessel with 150 feet beam, and is virtually 6,000 ton dock, but as the G<
STRANGE CONDUCT OF A CLERGYMAN. At Guildhall Police-court, Emanuel Legg, a jobbing
a butcher 41 Bo Wiled

some, and unfit for the foodnf num. ale Bay lis sun- J just Wlied from the right wing of the procenium, ported the summons,\nd explained that in the eariy when, glancing towards the upper private box oppo-
days, and then told him that although he could cure it I to speak the catchword of the part, " Buy a little "-i *!-ie it would die in omlviag Ha then sent to ' dorg P' whidi, of course, was received with laughter named Dowls, who bouAglho animal fir , by the audience generally; but the risible feelings of nlled it, dressed it as oi#&*ry meat, and, j the audience were quickly turned into astonisURent havtnt sold >ho hide forJOt^ *old, the carease to the. when
waas^zei. Evidence was tHMTgtTPh in support of ~ '
her ride, which contained nearly a quart of blood and_
water. -Tto defendant said that some of thk meat he had eaten himself, and to ore of it he had had salW.
Mr. Bavlis said that it xas-tma.aoma of the meat had bed& halted, but it had been seized by. tho .inspector;
of meat in the country and condemned. George Read,
eernan to th* Lwdoa. and Qonth-Wsatam BeOw^y Company, at Dorchwter, said t*at he fetched the meat in question and packed it. He saw that it did not look well, and he told the defendant that if he sent it to London, he would be "sant for," The defendant replied that If'eent hr" he' mist go. Alderman Knight said that ho had had bffoA him mAny cose*
dog.?and'atakd Wt h* thought Kmmot nnmnml
all his tact to stave off the awkward interruption with a. jest, hut the stranger, like Mr. Joskin lubW, in-•dently " felt hurt; ' and like him. too. persisted in stating his self-made grievance until JJr. tiomersal also lost his temper, and ordered the interrupting party to be turned out of the theatre. This had ultimately *e ha dome, end the drop eceme wa, wrdng down. Han*, howevur, pfosod to kav* the ho* without his friend, and the fo/rrwic*, doubtless with unusually ru filed feelings. Were forcibly ejcctwl, after which the performance went on smoothly.
never heard of a 6a*eV^# person of position aaf supi posed lo"be a gentleman, as he Was, and a clergyinart, celling a cow to a butcher for £2^an4 not inquiring from him what he meant to do.with it. li it had not been for the participation of the clergyman in] ths transaction, and the fact that it waa he who was the means of leading him into this difficulty, he would have sent him (tho defendant) to prison without a flnej but under the carcnoutanoe* he would fine him the 'full penalty of £20, or in default three months' iinprifjomejit^ : He furtner disallowed tho batcftsr'a
Thfl r»trii state* that an Italian count wftiUr became acquainted at the Grand Hotel in Pans with Sir
Edward-, " a thororgh English gentleman.
Shcrtly afterwards tho latter introduced to his new friend »- M. Straw ben. an American. For some day* MbeequemU, theee gemtlwsm w*# *jmo^ mlwug W. gather, until one morning H. Strauben informed his companions that in oonsequence of a telegram ha had received he . wa* obliged to leave Paris immediately, adding that he had unfortunately been commissioned to band 30,000fr., in separate draft* of 10,000fr. ea^, to th# Mimhtem of the iMerior o! Fmmco, Bdgium, and Gefmmny, tho bondt of .the po* of these three countries, and that he had then no time to attend to the matter. The Italian count at once offered to do what was needful far M. Strauben to prevent his de-—.... -... parturobeing delayed. The latter then handed him
county justices, charged with.refusing to complete . three covers, each containing 10,000fr., ra exchange the task of work allotted to him as a eased inmate of : foe which he received a cheque for 30,000fr., engaging the' Faversham Union Workhouse. James Francis, , t0 return it to the Italian's addreas at Floret the labour master, stated that prisoner was admitted' .gainst the receipts of the above-mentioned thi
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imr of tho lifting pontoon: not yet been built, but a hereafter.
Particular* liavo been received at Cork of the foundoring at sea, on tho 11th ulL, of tho Spanish frigate Pizarro. It appear* that on the night of the 10th uH., in long. 67, lat. 37.*
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Carlo Frugonl observed signals of distress. She hove-to and waited until daylight, when she found that the Spanish man-of-war was in a sinking condition. The ' crow of the latter came off in boats at seven a.m., but did not reach the barque until four in tho evening.
They wero then in such an exhausted condition that they had to be hoisted on board tho latter vessel. The _ steamer sank soon afterwards, and her crew saved gelt, * ' rhat they stood in. The Pizarro, which was
casual pauper. He instructed him to break thi usual quantity of stones (3$owt.), tand to put them through a hole in the wall, made for the purpose of ensuring their being broken to a proper size. Pri-*6mer broke the stooea, hut refused to pes* them through the wall. In defence, prisoner said he did not object to break the stones, hot as ho had never been required in any other workhouse to pass them through a ring, he considered that the guardians w*te exceeding the power* oonkrrad co them by-the orders of tho Local Government Board. The clerk to the guardians produced their minute-book, in which the rule complained of was laid down, and which he staled had been submitted to th* appAnral of the Govcmme^ officials, und hud never been objected to. gome handled* of pauper* had been required to com-plate the task, which —t
irdfnfis. Mr. prisoner to 14 days' hard labour.

had been three years' in tho West Indies, wi ward bound. She loft St. George's, Bermuda, 6th nit. for Fayal,

lenk during a bur- j tho 9th. Her crew threw overboard eleven guns, and baled with buckets, but the water rose rapidly and put out tho fires. The vessel was kept afloat for two days by baling out, and when she was dghled by tho Fmgusd her crow were completely exhausted. Tho Pizarro vas vessel of 1,100 tons register, carrying 12 guns, and was commanded by Captain Aguado. Her crew oonebted of tW person*, ' ieluding offic
-, of St. (ieorge's-in^the-East,
:p in custody from SpringfkM fhol of unlawfully wounding John Joseph Mays, aged 24, of the I*a'-bridge-road,
d Maya met at Harlow Bush Fi
ITie American expressed'him ful la the warmest terms, and .took hi* leave. S
Edward-disappeared likewise. On the followir
morning tho Italian count went to the Minister of tl Intedm where it waa proved that the cover contain, nothing but blank paper. A few days back the ooui met the swindler in the street, end had him arrest* "Tho same individual was condemned in 1867, for aiwikyfcriminal act, to four years' imprisonment.
e tamed and subdued by misfortune.
One should not be downcast at failures. Thev are often far better for the student than, succeaa. He who goce to school W hi* muOkea wQl always have a good schooimsster, and win not be likely to become idle or
Excmnc*. — The highest excellence is seldom attained in mote than one vocation. The roads leading to distincfion in separate pnmnita diverge, and the nearer we approach the one, the farther we recede
6mh the other. —. -
Gw*T AM Scrr%mr«a.—There a addem a Brno of clary written upon the earth'* Ace but a Rn» of RiScring run* parallel with'it; and they that read tk* lustrous svllablce of the one, and stoop not to decipher the spotted and wean inscription of th* other, get the font half of the lesson tho earth has to gnu.
Ha»" T** Ma.—There are few things more pro-dKth* of evR Im domertfn then a thm**Wy ksd temper. It doem mot matter what form that temper may ssaeme, whether h i* of e sulky kind, ' •' perfect silence for many day*. —

EuunavT m ran He*a* Mrm.—There is an elasticity in the human mmdcapable of bearing mot h but which will not show itself, until a certain weight be put upon it. It* powers may bo rompared to vehicles whose spring* are so contrived that they get o* o?oolhfy enough when loedcd, bntjolt confoundedly Stern khaw have nothing to bear.
Cqeroais.—A loving heart mad a pleaaant couuccnanco are commodities which a man should never fail to take heme with him. They will host season his food and soften his pillow, it is a great thing for a man that his wife and children could mjr of him, "Ho never brought a frown or unhappince* acnjai his threshold."
liruoiox is Dailt Lira.—Religion is not m per-pelnal mqpeg over good boeka. kelson ia not cvtm prayer, praise, holy ordinances. Tbfifu aio nccesiory to rulijpAa; no man can'bo religions without thorn. But religion is mainly and cludly the glorifying God "" ' .. . ... jd;th*guidim*
amid the duties and trials of tho of our course amid the ad'
ngadom, by tho abr*%ht of duty and the

of IMrin* truth; tho bearing n* manfully, wimly, oouogeenslr, for tho honour of Christ, our great Leader, in the conflict of life.
Two Docs.—Our first dog seemed to lire in an atmosphere of " refined and gentle melancholy." such as the divines of the last generation considered the tour of feeling for mortals travelling through le of Tears. His gnat mournful eye* looked if they might at any time overflow with drop* from tho depth* of a divine dcepair, and only when he laid hi* nob le hfad »#dly em the tuhkworld as a place abounding in kind people, social dog*, '' ' ' - - -
«rr or Faimin* uvre Past. —Canada (la Good-bye, my lord ! We >s ■Lord D-ff-r-n: Ah, y# my
a very nice t£ndr voice, le the ChrirlaMy. Country -Grocer : So, ma'am; I've parted with him oying te the rector end other gtnUemen getting their *uppli« frcm the Store* >n London! ' -, v , . ^
Qvmtox.—Is the native widow ofa decedaed Nahuh mnlmawviduaU J * t ;
Ay Arrmrx. roa Ijrro*ji4TiinL-»-Arthur (who has been listening-wiUi Wathkea interest to oqp of CiracJpa's Bible stortOs) : And weit you in the Ark, grandpa, along o' Ifoah and all the rest of 'em f«-Urmidpajn (indignantly): xlfo, Earn.* DItb.—Little Wife:. Oh, Charles dear. thIOk! Oh !—In most countries the, fleld-lal^uiW i* the^happy peasant. In Kent he is the hoppy
(From JttJf.) ' '• *
' Tn* Hct Season.—It t-V> filberts yorr now take
HanwEnom.—A weekly oontamperary, eomment-aE" / retirtansnt of Mr. Keox, say*'\The position ef a London police magistrate is for the aytt part a thank lass one. The duties are trying and incessant." What would you have a magistrates duties bs, bet—"trying"? ,
When a man "breaks" t horse, what does he do With the piece* P
SwoPlau Ermcr orTooraaai*.—A sufferer fsnm it cries out most lustily when meet inclined to held his
^ As Irish Sho« D'afcv**.—An frith shosmaV-t lately advised a customer, when be complained of hi * new boots being tight, not to put them on until he had worn them for * day or-two.
The School Boaen.—• Mistress.' &ew; Mary, yos will te* that t{ie work is all properly dorre in time.f-Mary: Yes, ma'm, if nothing should Intervene 2e
fn* Catixb drsxaszs Acr.—Tes, they act with fatal eCocttooefWn. * ... .
"Baku" Dkixxxbs.—Men who drink a largs quantity mo* eerily.
A panagt or An**.—" Anna vlremqns ceno.
Tub irony or Fontc**.—a successful laundress. -
' (Frt*n Tumy Ftilx.f .

ealth begin e l a Wajjiixiuso Bai
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£kc tho laugh of childhood.—Cinihitt Almjtdnt.
A Hich-Toxed Tailou.—Tho tailor to the Princi of Wales is a iharactcr in his way, and any numbc of storks are tohl.of him. One day a young caplait in tk, Ge^ ^--' --


r.i '.«-r, and tho remainder wore otherwise disposed of | ia mo following way, as Assurbanipal very pithily j u - —"The rest of the peoplo I threw alive smong |
I - and lions, as my grandfather, Scnnaoharib, used
: . t; and I, following his ejample, have thus treated (
II rebellion* men." Truly may wo exclaim with th- I'salmibt, " The dark place* of tho caith oro full of
i abhetions of cruelty.1'
\ Koun-FooTTO fiucooLun.—Dogs have served in r. iy capacities for good or for evil; it is well known they can bo taught to steal, and become thorough id ; te at the nefarious art. But training a dog to iL ia smuggling is an idea which originated with a 'uL..Iy of laccmaker* in Belgium, who; finding that could not sell the produoo of their industry to

prisoner and Mays met at lia day* since, and quarrelled about some trifling uffi Prisoner struck ilays, and then ran away, but •
bfooght hack by pseeecnlor. Tho letter thou mid,
"What did you strike mo for?" The words had amrcely been uttered when May* received three etab wounds. The accused made off. but was followed by a man who saw him with a knifo in his heed. He wo* given into charge. When Mays was picked up h& wa* found to be in an exhaueted condition from loss ;
of blood, and had to bo conveyed to the hospital, |
where he was still under medial treatment. It i appeared that when Serjeant Simmon* apprehended the accueed ha hud * kaifo the Wade of which wee ,
covered with blood, and there wa* no doubt ho had i 'i. c
inflicted the injury with that wmpou. The Rev. H.,| lUrrwik-H OeokereU ssid the peisesise womld b* farther esmanded i ^gher tn for the completion of the; depositions, and the-would bo ' ' ' ' *
. At the Portsmouth Police-court, Alfred Bucklqy.
alia! Richard Moulder, of Mount-row, Berkeley-square,
London, has been charged with having feloniously and unlawfully uttered a certain forged cheque fox tk. eem. of £#*. unseating te ho mgned by \ wM*
'Buckley, of M, Nanhope-gurden*, Wueene.#*w,
Louden, u clerk In her Maje*y'e Foretgu O mid Be kept a banking account a* Ransom,
mnd Bre*., bunkAr*. of Pun-malL Ho w* m the haWt of keeping hi* cheque-hoA locked uu = "
druwer ;n a pedertal writing t*&le, tho key of winch drawer wee In hie posssssirm Two cheques, counter-foils and alL wemmiming from th* *nu**d pert of
the hook. In Jaly he haU dismiseed a ssrvont named , . ^ ...
Jsmss Fawnley for misconduct. It was proved that, diaamm**p#^6umEucM._^.__.. the prisoner tendered the cheque for payment at tho | beck. " Ah, bo mU, contemplatmg hm work with FortumouthbrmchofthoCapltalundCouutleeBank. much mhrfartwm, " that will do now, cm^am; just go and the mshiar to Messrs. Raneum and Bouvsris pro- I to my place, and let t& cutter sos thrss marks, and ho hounced it a forgot. The Atsf coertable of Porta- I wiB know what to do;" and returning to hi* phnion, month arretted tho nrlsonsr, who said, " 1 am th* j he left th* poor fellow, rhslk*d all over liko an Aped dnpo for the other*/' Prisonsr was committed foe fool He take* cure to hold hi* own ground

ippod him when puredo at Brighton, ana asked him, as look at'his coat and sec how badly it dung hi* rem* to tho groom, gravely ied the coat, took a piece of chalk from his wmist-pocket, *nd chalked any number of cebalisti
Ft'' '
ng left the ct

ipor^d e mW «

the Explosives Act hat .traordinary discovery of dynamite man named Murphy, residing •ford, purchased
t for trial.
SHOCKING DEATH FROM STARVATION. A woman, named Fountain, has died at Ewloe, neaj Buckley, under moet shocking cireumstancea. Shi on oi | resided until a short time ago with her husband, a Jia, in i Ha warden, where ho was employed as a shoemaker tillery j and when discharged a fortnight for dri
eif* had juat boon conflrwid

the option of r ; India, in aid of his outfit. A non-comm:
| offlcer gra=t*d a commlWon lu India on uppo;
1 to a houso brigade of the Royal Aitillcrv, or to ment of cavalry, sliall he allowed the op
aid of his outfit. Riding-masters of Royal /
shull have the option of receiving f 100 in Eng
l,000r*. in India. A schoolmaster, promoted in Indi*.: Despite this, hi
to he *ub-in*pcctor of Army Schools. shaU bo allowed #wo mile* dirtant, and both bef(
the option of receiving f 100 In England, or I.OOOr*. i moral ho treated her with brnbl IndHfi
In Indie, in aid of hla onlCL A non-commlailoncd j Fountain complained to *om* ndghhoure that h*r
oilicer niauted n commission in India as sub-lieutenant | husband nearly starved her before her removal, anq
inureghnentofceeelryprtortoDocemborl, l»7«,or: #nlyeelledinassWanceluhereonan*ment,YtevM*
as second lieutenant on or after that date, shall bo 1 mad become dangerously ill., On Saturday, th* 21 it.}
allowed tho difbienco betwewn th* *um of f 100 or | *he wa* found dying on the kitchen doer, with thr
j,000r*. mlrcndv paid to him, and the *um of f 130, or I bub* crying at hi 1,600**., wkh the up '
' " (land.^M,

advantage s

O all three Preeidcn
. ..sposo of it there, and to acquire, by that means,
■ 'TO rapid fortune than by simply retailing it at n*L Tkey h*d u young anu intcUlKont poodle dog i, .:h they trainod to liave a thorough detestation of . ni-houso oflieials, such ns are encountered on tho ' i ;iort." They drts#ed up Bomeono in that uniform, In. always boating and kicking the dog whenever
ntered the house, and illtrcnting hiui in every
■ >, incurred, tcry naturally, poor Monton's oni-. ily. This point gained, they pmpurod a larger
;io skin for Mouton, thaji tho one he owned, and winding sovoial metres of valuable lace round 1 body, sowed the poodle skin neatly and clr *-cr it all. Away went **- '
.-.ceded in pah----
ig the French fronti
---tmined; the doir m
,lo in uniform us soon as ho espied then as fast a* his legs could carry him. master, they reached a French town .....good prodt, b;
s dog, and

idortukon again and again, with gr •mncial success,, until at length tho dog was killed :m road, and the fraud discovered.
a Malay Wouah.—White, or light yellow, i -1'.. rwoven sometimes with flower patters, more gci i illy with brilliant tripe* of Chinese silk, red, yell' -run, or bluo, the " baro," or blouse, it an essentii i Alionel dress, though in the neighbourhood of Manila -A.dfl*d too often Into *n uncouth reetmhlmnco of * : uropean skirt. Beneath it a pair of white or light i il-.ured trousers are belted round the waist; tho feet, i nJUy here, or protected by mndal* at meet, we or - -. .irions like this not seldom encased In patent leathoi
The latest new* received at Liverpool from thf West Coast of Africa slates that the tmd* at the chief places on the coast waa dull, while tho health was far from good. Small-pox had broken out at several placed principally at Kroo Town. Many death* hod taken place, chiefly in the uuti-" tk-
bury his wife withi
_0 — -ide. Medical aid xi r woman was dead before the arrival of thi ho attributed death; to wltt of grope: ont during her confinement. The strange*!
that the man has been allowed ti ut an inquiry being held
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it the Waterside, which waa sold him by Mr. A*hw*H, on* of th* contractors for the Dungurvun BaOwuy. In removing th* Umber hi cum* upon a hoi containing w&at appeared to lum tt be artrtdgs*. Marvelllhg what th*y w*ee he Weh
of them to tho police barrack, wh*n covered that they w J-havo been imported ^ . -
mmwiion, connected with the red way. fhe bm
Mlh. weight of thl* d*ng*rou* compound, end hi* » hud It b**n rarekmly handled It m^ht have blown up aTargo portkm of the city. The box of dynamite "b™ ha* for the pre**nt been placed m Mr. P. K. Rmd # ' privutomagaxlnf. The matter w** brought und*rth* attention ofthe Mayor, and proceedinge wBl b* taken against the persons concerned for storing explosive*
in an unlicensed place.
' offended by hi* blunt ways. They sometimes invite him to thur countiy hou*ca, and on one ocr*sk*i, hi* I complaint that the company he had met was very mixed, wis met by the remark that "ho could net expect them to bo all tadoea."
I Sr. David or Wales.—Tho 1st of March is 1 dedicated to St. David, popularly termed tho tutelary I saint of Wales, who is said to have been the son of a 1 prince of Cardiganshire of the ancient regal line of Cnncddn Wledig. Some also state that he was tho so* of Xarthcs, son of Ccredig. Iwwd of Ceredigion, and Noe, daughlrr of Gynyr of Caergawh, Pcmbrokeyhire. St. David has been invested by hi* legendary biographer* with extravagant decoration. According tm their-arcouat. ho. had not merely the power of working miracles from the moment of his birth, but the same preternatural faculty is ascribtd to hi
prepAation. Tbot*mperenc*pfopl*i&a I, will attribute it to a divp*»fti+ *r*ttr Itxphony m Brora.—Th* l'jbpaid.

is to sing at the pianoforte, that she believes there are *3 "songs without ' Kardt.'"
This is the latest form It require* about a* long to get a girl well out of her twentieth y*ar, aa for a- horse to get beyond " eight years old this tpring."
A gentleman who had keen struck by a young lady's beauty, was determined to lollow the Injunction, and " kiss the rod that smote him."
The but way for a man to acquire a fine flow of language is to study his nakdd toe against a raised
What it the difference between a pltnoL* bittlo da roasted pippin ?—Ouo it a war map, and the

■ndant on hi* appearance want* and contrihnle to hi* cdilketkm and refsmm; th* Bath water* became warm and through his agency; he healed complaints
___ nated the deed; whenever he preached a
>w-white dove sat upon his shoulder. This " pigeon " iy have typified " Welshers."—MiU»* " 1'tar JSuuk
A nuqdcrw* attack haa been made by on* of the * ElmakadRm, :onvicts in Portsmouth convict prison upon a fellow terrors (and it m nri*ou*r. Th* men had both been engaged In th*
iboemakeea' Asp, and were supposed to be great
Th* Don* or Orleans axd Loci* XIV.—The Duke of Orleans had talents, knowledge, snd likcehlo qualities, in spite of his facile indolence and fatal kvo of pleasure. \ If Loui* XIV. was, ss Thackeray my*, ib, his nephew was a Royal Boh*
about to face the King of bo admitted that he received his brother monarch with all possible decorum, and took
t taking every i
i the ordini

It has been mentioned thi to the Dahonieian King had been received in n vorj friendly manner by hla Majesty. From private infer, uiatibn, it nppem* that lb* King was highly dis-ceurtcqus, If not Insulting, to her Majmty"s re pre eon.
Captain W,
II.M.S. Swallow, and scni Coast, has written homo stating tho matter fully, stiactions. The King, in relured to pay th* 6n*.

on the Cold

_______jg pettornt of tough " nito" or liana fibre; tho
UL-Umfcrencoi tastefully ornamented with silver bands .nil floweret*,!an excellent and picturesque ■unthade, U exchanged; though happily but *eidom, for tho
ittiro, though national in tho main, *how* oocaai.
,.t v.____^.-;
of Luropean'influence, the s

----------- .otaln their Malay costume unaltered a*
of old. Wrapped id th* many-coloured fold* of the silken "*aya," or "aareng," and over It a eecond, but narrower, waisWotlZmLo of *ilk, reaching down to tho knees* and dark in huo; her breast and shoulders covered with delicate •' phm " texture, while tho matchless abundance of her raven hair ripples from under a white snooded kerchief far down her ^ack, not seldom to her Very heels, *. Malay woman could hardly, even did *he wish it, improve on the toiUtte be-
Ma|*y type of face is generally too flat for regular beauty, and the eye, though larger than th* Chinese, i* mkmn full sized; but many of theyoaneer women are decidedly pretty, a few lovely, anda habitual Wt of smiling good nature goes far to render pleasing th* lew nature.favoured faces. Their complexion i* a deer brown, sometime* hardly darker than that on
on the body of Isabella llucklov, aged 10, whose death it alleged to have been cauted by punishment received in a board school at ShcQicld, has been concluded. The jury returned an open verdict, and expressed e strong opinion thst the School Board should prevent corporal punishment.
SmmiOUB Stabuuio Casb.—Tho Cardiff stipendiary magistrate has committed Giovanni Baptisto F—~-an Italian seaman, for trial on a charge of malic cutting and wounding Federici Badaraco, the mate of a vessel lying in the Cardiff Docks. The pri tho course of a quarrel, drew a sharp knife and struck the mate, inflicting * severe gash three inches long his face. Had tho wound been a little deeper the mi would have been killed.
Tna InriuBo*i*sxT or ax Iiuih Soucreon n CoxTxxrr or Cocbt.—Mr. John Itea, tho Belfast attorney, who was committed to prison for seven days bv tho Gilford magistrates for contempt of court, ha* been taken by a guard of armed police to Dow Patrick Gaol, and has been made to Jed re O'Brii In his affidavit Mr Ran stated that tho j o'icemen w arrested him and formed his escort were oU Papists, eijd had been Ribbonmen before joining the force. Tne decision we* postponed for a few days, when Mr. Ilea's term of incarceration will hav* nearly
t*¥nn Dbcbbas* or- tub Fish Scrrtr.—Mr. Frank Buckland and Mr. Spencer Walpole, the Sen Fisherie* Commissioners for England and Wales, have visited Liverpool for the purpose of hearing evidence aa to th* lie of the trawl net and seine net, and the alleged des-
exaWned, and,
the supply of flat U and of other fish WMtbewof neU .tod #naH fish from
of things. Wei
ind hasty is gcncrellv honest.
only the cur that sUtuk* up and bile* yon # back Is turned.
u are a coward if you fear to tell the truth * should do so. You are a cowyd when t tho weak. Yoq are a coward if afraid't ; if you shrink from maintaining that w «now to be good: and you aio especially a coi u know ecrtain things of yourself and are ol
ire**nt unexplained, being opened the prii
ISO or otaor, uuwn.ui ( i
ppears to have, entertain!
the other. Thi
of tho world with tho stately politcnes languished him), had been quite a* vicious a j d'Orleans, and inferior to him in brains and k dgc. But ho had always been prudent and ^trelntd, and always more or kse, a worker _ms heed for bnaincm; whereas the Regent s wild, not a cairnTaling, **n*n*list, whose Jay begai
n England were of Mary, by a mot impart ths

lilvcr penny was the first silver coin struck in Lng-and, and th* only on* current *mong th*
iaxons. Tho penny, until the reign of Edward J., a-a* struck with a cross, so deeply indented that it ght be easily party into two for halfpcni

be uiurdore
............ . . mtsrveiocrwem uMww sac—------- —- —- i .
nu _________________iding noon, when ho had cooled and taken his chocolate, ; h<
him most severely. The assailant then threw himself Or kens could i
over the rails of the upper corridor, where hi* cell is advice as much
situated, apparently with the object of committing nidit Wunght r
suicide, and fell a distance of 50 feet on the' stone and botUre, and
a„H„s W«. Mite of ,h. ... WW. W, gg g s,_.
| Camnona iiwn.Es.—" In tho spnngywl
i negro ball, in lieu of " Not transferable" on the tickets, a notice wss potted over ths door: f Ne gentlomsn admitted naless he eomes^hisself." /.
A schoolmaster thus describes * mooey-lentfcr " He serves-you in the present tense) hs lends k the oonditiooal mood, keeps ydux case subjective, and ruins you in ths future !"
An undecided fellow courted a lady for twenty-eight years, and then married her. Sh* turned out
what I have escaped by a long courtship.
A forty-dsv husband, on whom the memory of tho honeymoon already seems to have become pcwerU>s, wants to know why hi* wifei* like a small pie ? Do you giv* it np ?—Answer: " Because," ssyt the unfeeling wretch, " the i* now a little tart r
The recently widpwed Mrs- Murphy to friendt: - Well, thin, Mr*. Lannigon, when poor Micky, his *owl, was all nately enmathioned, I put him in the joog, do ye miud, for I thought, ye know, he'd be fcelin* more contented there nor any other place
" What do you aell thoto fowls for ?' inquired a person of a man attempting to dispose of some chickens of a quettionabls appearance. " I sell thf in for profits," wss ths answer. " Thank you for the information that they are! prophets," responded tho querist. " I took them to be patriarchs,'
An Irish car-driver, being desirous of excusing the stubbornness of his quadruped, remarked, - He haa quaru ways, yer annar. What wud ye think av a baste that wud do the likes av this? Won day;ha swallowed half a sovsrin, .aa' all we Could get him to trivo up was sivin-an'-rix, all through conthiariness."
rife at Portpatrick had just received
bacchanal* ^anions of that hoi friends of thi
fretted a fear that Ooed will I," said the widow; " bul saved do tho

i the regn of hmeboth, w: an. taught the art to the broeght it to the highest t

four for farthings—and her

tinny pie<
the** name*. Copper ned by Boob.oa 1797, and wero
______ ____________superstition ic
Cheshire that if a martin's ne*t is destroyed on a farm tho cows will give milk tainted with blohd. A fsrmer stated the other day that this was the case with on* of his oowi, snd accounted foi" it by saying that in re-
---.v. -—«-n covering of a haystack two or
its hsd been accidentally .kppeked
At tho Liverpool Police-court on Saturday last, a reman of respectable appearance, named Mitchell, ummonvd the brother of her late huahand to show euse why he should not contribute to the maintenance d two children of which he was tho father. Tho caa* va* on* of a vary painful nature. It appeared from tho evidence of the complainant that her husband died it %3 year* ago, and sh**hortlyaft*rwerd* married defendant, who was his brother. They lived inter for 23 years, and had nine children, five of im wore now alive, the4wo in respect to whom the moo* wm*is*u*d being under th* *g* of 1*. Kt also expected shortly t' '
The defendant left her

down. In Yorkshin
----orlyTst Walton-le-Dsle, J a faimi.
iwallow it wa* believed tkat his oows would yield blood nstead of milk. This superstition is-prevalent in the ft* part of Switzerland. : ; . - I •
Sand-Showbus iN -Chuia.—Every year wltneesc* curious land-showers m China, when there is neither cloud nor fog in the' sky, but the sun is scarcely visible, looking very murti as when seen through emoked glasf- Ths air. is filled with a fine dust, entering the eyes, nostrils,. and*" mouth, and often causes serious diseases of the eye. Tho dust, or as the people, penetrates houses, reaching apartment* which *eefn eecorely' closed. It i* sup-
hundreds of mile* away. Ins Chinese, while fcnsi-
Cremona got clear and bright, and ti past, tho subtle gums and oil* were-mixed slowly'and deliberately; hoere to *f*nd, bocre to *ettl*, hour* for perfect fusion and amalgamation of part*; clear white light gleaming from reed* sties u with the dawvTing mar hi* du*t« Lomberdy; ckar bin* sky, warm dry air, and tho skill of an *lchrml*t, the** were th* conditions for mixing tho incomparable Cremci vaniith. So deliberately wa just when tho wood wa* fi
___ Grandma, do you know why I can tee u^ In the
itional I kky so fsr ?" asked Chsrlis, a little four-ycai-old, ef venerable lady who sat beside him knitting. " >'o. deer, why is it f" said the grandmamma, bending head, eager to catch and remember the wise saying of th* preciou* little pcL " Bccaute there y," replied tho young philo-
> birth to another child, mo weeks ago and married mplainant now sought the
k*r, ndmftted lb,
,mplainant, whereupon the magistrate* or tho payment of 6t. per week for each of the two children.
the aromatic her be and juii flesh that is embalmed fot through tho summer did that
it prepared and laid to receive it—laid on lev as to sink into the a part of the wood, as i become a part of tho id year*. AH
aozaws sou*
Tiutblb ExvLosto* oh a SnuHB*.—The boiler if the steamboat Addphi burst near South Norwalk, Connecticut. On the 28th ult., tearing away part of the deck and saloon, killing lOperscms and injuring 20, several of whom will die. Tne boiler waa old and had been patched in two places.
Fatal Accidxxt iit a Couott.—On Saturday morning last *n accident, which torminatod fatally, occurred at Bestwood Colliery, near Nottingham, to John Smith, aged 18. Deceased wa* employed a* a| driver on a tramway in the colliery. It appear* that after delivering a load of coahS%the pit'* mouth, he was riding back on an empty Aio, which is against the rules, when he suddenly feU out head foremost upon the ground, and died Instantly, having dialo-
Fitb M*h Pouo*xd.—A pri vste letter from Saigon, China, of th* date 17th August last, states thai a fatal occurrence took place on board a lasth steamer, at Boigtm, about the beginning of that month. A Chins-
— " ' i -i ,
i varnish, which
________, .. itaincd ground amber, which at any rato
was charged with subtle secrets, sink and soak into tho sycamore and deal plates, until now, when age has rubbed away it* clear and agate crust in many places, the violin is found no longer to need that protection, for the wood itself soems to havo become petrified into clear agate, and is capable throughout ita myriad pores and fibre* of rcriristing the worm, and even damp and Other ravaging influences oi ordinary decay."—Rn.
Tracxs or Lytzzxax. Wax*.—Civil war haa left ita terrible trace* on every part of tho land. In tho district of Oleic, whoso ancient half-sheltered castle rears itself gloomily on a fofty hill, you can discover nothing bnt a few wretched hovels, a few almost deserted villages, ruined houses, and .burned farms. Cultivation has nearly disappeared. Yon do not jneet with any evidence of fife and activity until near Tudela you enter tho volley of the Ebro. Then you are in Aragon. one of tho most fertile province* of Spain, and which might become one of the richest countries in the world. Spain seem* to have been endowed with all tho gift* of Heaven—a prolific *od, abundant watcrcouraes, a temperate climate, a vigoreui and generous people. Jfet thi* fine region is scantily inhabited, this rich toil is hardly cultivated, all this wealth for the most part is neglected or destroyed; despotism and anarchy, succeeding one another, have stricken everything with th* cure* of barrenness. Those fertile and populous countries which, in the fifteenth century were powerful king, dean*—which bore so proudly, under Ferdinand and
A learned Divine was in the habit of, preaching ** s to be beyond tho comprehension of his humble illago hearers. The squire of his parish met him ne day. and asked him what the duty of a shepherd ins. ~ To feed hi* flock, of course," was tho reply. Ought he. then," said th* squire, 44 to place tho ay so high that but few 'of the sheep can reach
A Urge bowl of batter and two tempers were lost yesterday morning. A man and hi* wife could not who should cook ths first half dozen of buck, i. while the other consumed tho mellifluous flapjacks. The stove man thinks he can make it lost, for the winter for four dollar*. The doctor and the chymist mad* two dollars fifty cent* spiecc.—Auurua*
by the cross-examining council relative to the dcaraces of her eyesight. " Can you see mo?" h* said. " Yea," was answered. "How well can you see m*F' per fisted the barrister. " Well enough," responded tho '~J"" ........negro, an Indian,
ti, .jdmrftothi

nor a gentleman.
A Dutchman .'one* met an Irishman on a lonelv highwsy. A* they met, each smiled, thinking h*
thought it was you, an' than you thought it was me. an- Its nayther Of ua." The Dutchman replied, " law.
£S" stairio"'
A young lody, in Pari*, Kentucky, remarked to a companion m a conversation, tho other day, that she would n*v*r paint her cheeks again before attending " ^yuotK'esked bar friend. " B*oaa**,"" repU*d the voung lady, "I was painted up wh*m I attended a funeral last summer, and never wanted Us cry *o bad in my life, and w e getting my htnaU-chief ready when, glancing around at --, I saw that
ing fbr funerals."
Th* Pari* There thus neatly * newer* an anony-mo us correspondent: "A note, written by a feAate
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