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ILIVIAL kVA ILTACT JtOITICIS TO Att
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PAPE,II, I ()TRY: COUNTY,
ite AND PUBLISHED IN DISLIXPONTF.,
BY HENRY HAYS.
IfltHl4B—s!,6o in ativanoo, or if paid within six
months. 42,00 will bo charged on all subserip-
Oons running to the and of the year._
AIIIIIitTIi3EMENTS and lausincts Notice% insert
"ed at the usual rates, and every deecription of
*CI MI 3El' int. X IVar Xma
EX.tettrED in the neatest nmeney, at the lowest
pikes, and with the utmost despatch Having
purchased a large collection of type, ton are pu
pated to Nati' ry the orders of our Mena,.
Demotatio County Standing Committee
Be/Jo/owe—J. 11. Monnisor
Renner—JOHN Ito r.
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trEeNERDAIIi, ALABICEL.I2, 1861!
AlLl'Ell NEW MONTHLYNAGA
AZINII A NE N? VOLUAIL —llutlng the
inet six months there hare Leen Issued nt Il.titretee
NEW MONTIII.I , Maoasrxr over EMIT 11UND
RIiD AND FIPIY THOtiIiAND (lumbers The
Publishers may safely aptio.ll to this funt k as eri•
denoe of the tr irolleiedMill 00 1 s. l otly Irp, nas i ng
rtcAnal Isith•vthwh (heir cilorts tx cheep
instructire, and entertaining monthly has I' Leon pt.
tended 'I hey renew the oxpro•latun nfth .11 thankr
to the public for (heir constant minfoi• t ec owl en:-
port BA wino6.illy to the prese rot tI e —it..rOlal
pfd than orfored in mnkbig thou drat. r.nd publi•
ca ti on known to the A men.,th People
It can s ',steely lot ttcr Leanly to mid the nesoranee,
the plan of cowl:tett:is: the MagaTme,,hich hoe
proved n one allot will lie eouttoo,
ed assiduity and core The walla kn , l t-a:r, of the
tent mVC of the peoplo will con. inn, to 6e t•nrlnul ,
tad; and no labor or expr iitic will be xplim Ijn gne
them, ev , ry month, the largest mould of the into
tutors/meg and ins roctive literary matt r o tginal
aml selected in the hest Et.ri tied at the cheat •
eel prMe Spe•itil nod it 11 - eased attention 1.1,1
alvtays ho green to tint act real se r i , . r,f 4 o l g i n ,l
illualtated articlow at c of Amerman s.t m
and hiclormal bud beds vttop , ,,l l tio let ,
uiar trrltcts„aod acceinpatnt en4r0 1 0,..d . y J o;
hest arils. h r,i•r,f Ft Cies In ii. 1-0 &pert.
salsa of the Afagttabte rent wf d tfterti till 6a mode
3.5, increase its ability, 10 Utility. ILIA at .rloritir
steel - ft* r, cuer renders
Tbangh it bas not yet oompleted the sixth year of
NI existence, 11trirsit s' M tOAZISIL lire a citeolatiet
stt Etter, by• rrotuy 1100111,4 a, than was et or ttttnwed
Isy any other similar publumition ever hum( in any
part of the world. It In the determination of its
rublichore that it shall cuplinu e to met it this cup ir
4441e1ed and still troecasino., rretiperry
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portant Books of the Month 'I he °lonics com
mence with the Numbers fur .1 t .K and DEccmara ;
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Tenon,—Thr Illngark.e may hoohiut n of 114:
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$3,00 a yell. or 25 en.a n number, 'f he St tni-an
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tnelformlly Lomat. of 25 ':um end Lleven Vol
umes are 1 , , ,1111 , 1 ' at ''..ory 'nooks
and Ila rpm a' me" will I,u to ono A , l
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gra.tatouey to Agents nt,d Pe:ern:Veers, and wlll
unite lib arr eget., i lie in Po circulating
the 4111wt.tirie ‘lll SlVerly flubs, of Iwo
remits at $5,00 a year. or (leo I.otsous ut $lO,OO
Clergymen gat plied mat rr 5 enr,
NlllO - air erti ,, or would relpeolfully
irmisanco to his -estoinete and the fi r ohlie„gebeiolly
ehwt ieesunvie oto 1111prry Trin items moinvsiets
loathe I below at tho pmt.. 3 canned per annum , vie,
litirp4s, • - -•-- i $2 35
Putnium • • -
JrourrlloM Words, . 2,00
holey, • - - • - 2115
.4jrnl.tain, • ----- • 2,25
(o I platen) - . • - 3,50
Horh uil tut ist spiels, ed tag) • - - 1,03
Livioz Ago, • - • - 6,04
Prank Leslie's tlefotto of,i±ashions, - 225
Bellou's pi,tielialos oo :4l , *e - • - • 260
Ladles' Pep, cur', (einoianati) . - -
Peters-en, • - - 1,63
Authur'Sbiagawinth - • 103 2
lie is prepared Alio to fill all orders for standard
And wilsoellitneone hooka and the current literature
of the day, whether from the trade or other wolks of
Indingry. Raving had experlinso of fifteen years
In the Bookend Periodical Trade, he,liolieves that
ho can give entire setiefisolion to all portiot entrust.
in him With orders
lawn numbers of the Magazines on receipt of
air at Omen letter stamps for f 3 or 82 Magazttie ,s
and for twelve tacit stamps a eampla of the ur $ 4 l
works will be eant loaners of hirtalry must contain
a stamp for the return 1/03t1140 BOO]: a Cent, Vont
paid pn the receipt, of publisher's advertised primes.
Address 'WM PATTON,
13ookaaller, Uobokon, N. J.
PubThaler/ of Nottropapora wiring the atp .° ad.
yortiaement (with this notice) a row invortions and
bandit* a marked dopy. to tutverttoor, will be en•
titled to any ono of the Pot.lodtottle in tho above Het,
sw HAEDWAR2 5T011.2.--M. T.
.10`, 'REYNOLDS and V 0. PRANCIMCIIB have
armed in LOCK HAVEN a complete aseortment
or HARDWARE, to which we invite the attention
of ALL, needing any thing In the Bee._Our stook
hallbeen sCieritid with care, with the Wrlresrac
aire to supply the community with, such et - Boles es
belong of I.USIN V.ILY to the ilindware intsinem
. "Pho Building Material and Barr/want (riled the
meoberdoal - brnifelies, will reuPivo MIT per
tionlar attention, Conohnoilieis, Saddlers, Slow
rnaltem, Machinists, liluelv.mittoi. Carpentem Qnh.
thelmakers, Miners, Au , do , will lied it to their
Interest to call upon eyelid examine for themselves.
• trirPorsons find hlito a splendid
lot of Looks and Lntelies, Silver Plated Door Knoho
and Bell #llllm, all of Eastern Manufantere ; Ohms,
Oils Putty, Nails, tko.“ Alto the most ileautßill
WALL PAPER, BORDERS.
over °Cured in thin vicinity. STOVES, LAMPS,
•CtITLELY, Patont Afaehinee,l(luld dicer
601, Phrto OIL he., he kvnLin large quantities:.
Ilammerod end 'jolted iron, nil the , oominon shoe
enleind;rtinuraid sisesof mond, square, nod plate
iron furnished upon order In ; the 'shortest possiblo
limo. 'No may to all interested nome nod examine
for)auseeivrs, 10fYN0LD13 h CO.,
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thhb rtililla that; ho is prepared to do all kinds of
Mattile work at the shortest notice and on the most
reasonable terms. Thome who favor him with their
ordors.may rest assured that all work from Jilt es
tablishment will be dorm in the bast style of work
manship. Likoricsacti will be amounted jn statue or
in baud, no large a• life, either in marble cr plaster
Likeness's, will bo carved on Monuments, Tomb
Stones, be., 'from daguerrean likoneasen; oleo ft
brilliant discovery of Enamelled Loitering with
lora, on Monuments, Tombstones, Door Plates, he.,
in every variety of color. The lava is pot In by'
250 degrees bent, warranted to stand any kind of
woollier. As lam the inventor of this work, it can
not be performed in any other establishment In
Pennsylvania than at Miletiburg.
...nere are many
orders finished 4 thin brilliatitAiMitring, persons
had bettor call on examine for themselves, and be
snlinflud that it is be greatest piece of roechenical
art that was ever placed in in eornetory on monu
ment or tomb stones, and which will be a dt testi
monial to the jnemory of a departed friend
Any gentleman desirous of having a Marble bust
I will warrant a most perfect likonesii as largo as
Ide. There will its no charge if not a perfect piece
of Sculpture. The operation of the work is, Ist.
The likeness will be token by ebnorvation In clay,
2d. A cant if plaster Perk Id, Then in marbk
A 1 , 3101 1 1 ran bo token after death of any personal)
that u perfect likeness can bo had nag future-time
Indies and gentlemen denirems of procuring a
good place of marble work ha, trotter send their or
der!) to_Mileshurg for good work 1 have tie neon
oion fa send to Pliiiadelphia to bring lambs and
figure): I can stake them myself.
1 will challenge any person in thie neighorlibood,
in execute 1 bolter piece of emillititre than I can for
itloo Thin what the marble Know-Nothing at
Look Haven 011$1001 roach
Premiums tit tho Centro County l'air for Marble
work, hfilosburg $2OO, Leek Haven $2OO. If the
Judges had bead men of the Marble hunineas, Look
liaison would have been limed wanting.
, As the eountny has been flooded with an Inferior
la b mons,* ID thorn round, consequent.
1 o are 'Wctt — of sculpture and ow
graving,lrave been dm irpon, I-therefore desire
persons Who wish to immure durabld work to 0641
and exasulhe ray workmanship, and satisfy them
selves will not prove on eyesore In - after tithes
Thankful for pant favors, I hope by strict atteu
lion to business, and moiloratioti In allergen, to eon
' Snot toicuetee a liberal patronage,.
Persons desirous of any other style of work, I
would highly reeronturmin Mr Sunderland at I,ew
inloou, as I hove been thirty year. in oil the him
eve of marble work, he in esteemed one of the bust
I will hind myself In furnish every desoriptioh of
work 29 per eent better and ohenper than Lock
Savona A. PASTEItAGE, a•lilptor,
LOUR HAVEN NA,B33LE 'WORKS.
HIGHEST PREMIUM AWARDED or Tilt
cEwrit}; COUNTY AGRICULTURAL FAnt
To the people of Centre Count:, It has now ba
co, n lElttie , l foot that this to oho of tho hugest,
olootie,t and eery bet conducted rod :11t.tinents of
the do ain Cho It tattier of POP) eyhaltia It
t-ned by Mr H A blihnon, and Auperintendod 1;
tl, O itelciontott 141:11:tror, Mr C F of N. y,
1. aioaig HIV , for unity yens t mag.:l in ono of
ii, At .18tithi,11111011t1 in the city 1.1 >4, York,
,I.lr, Le galottl on :ry:labia repo:idiot: ni a toe
d'tlo of the first order We lint t, onllnditt and for
,0 on ly h o nv,,,t io beautiful ie•-.4.0430f 'WAD
to. I I .( nt'l earetal in the Litett style of
the art. tet.t.dlu., with French Conehcst Grenian
Trraiha, Monument', Hpirce, nerved lo t trtho as large
bx Ufa no II t.. ngea of alc.ry di script lon, elf dolsl,ol'lld
all i r tpctoi.:l Ity M" Id: th!, l'onore wit:Ling
r Ire plot lo Alit!tol. to !nark the resting'
rt . zr 11,•purt , 01 ft 01,10 Inotrey
,s,111:4 it ordi rs by it Lor of inc rtgoulli, who
t iv, L., , &los 11.• , ,,;',1 nll All , I••z.r.iTtl
J Ck 11 . re, ull,fllll 0010Iiii;
,11:1.1• C , i ,n, wor% • 1.7 this
atmi JOittly celekkrate4r.atist.
•Lac to.lueod our ink, r-nn Iles dl.:,',
111112 , 1 01 . 11,:l ens to selyS,s Jo.r 1,1 0 ,0 ILn
rerrlar ItAlirng priers of any.7lllllllrnent. ht IJd!.
(onto. Mttrehutz. or Lewistown, and deliver the
work frre of charge to any plot° desir,tl
A GI 11S0:4,
_ A , ron Cf , fTRY
Snail A blor..l,realror, Wm A Mr,. jr kson
s000illt• , Marl. r 111.,koer. 'Jr , Mill, Thu
fJ OSE I. WELT4 1 ; . 11.131ti3E, RAKE.'
Pate:. , 11 lad.l The suh,riber
I,:o.ing put, heeed the nianufee'ore el these eel ,
hrat , i Itekee, in four tun uahi is tn,l'entru eounty,
Ih.onor, Welker, Mil, and t.'pring, is prepared
hi ~,pply nil who oily desire the artiele, at fair and
ressoiolde pr • •
The opersten. of the.. improved Rakes ate as fd
toes 3he 111.•hir,, is .11IVen forwgr,l, and Will
more run the inclined ruuteri r, the governing letter
x,hieb is Lehd by the operator, routs oil the roller
on 'fine rollers nit. Tr , s'. on the teeth rr vi, that any
vertioul movement of the lever D, willelsson a move
ment of 'lie !wink shaft in Its bearir.4%, ond u cf.: ret
p malph hr deinesslon of the front teeth.
lhe roar tooth of the rake are held up by the opting
belts e, of the governing lever, conseqiiently a tame
moot of the said lever I), * Sitteed a revolution of the
rollers In reverse direotoes and, n regulation of the
elevation of the points of the front tol•fh
11110111f109 Ire both time met tabor saving.
The sitnolitory tt' their construetion is snej) that
they can La o telly repaired, and all who l e a used
them, speak of them ILN being the most practical
and useful forming utensil they have ever used,
lir Tito ',rh, or a complete rek:,lliiiiiheil with a
view to strength And durability, is Tvr EINE DOL•
Persons desirous of purchasing any of thasellakas,
will plenne nett r% or arid tens J
Eli EM ECKES RODE,
l'fcar Plemeint flap P.O
F AUNT AMBROTYPES.
Thu autiefiber now offer, to
the public a new style orpieturen far superior to the
Daguerreotype, Crystalletyps r em
are termed AMBRQTYPES ' The prmwm for
which is patented in the United Slates Hrest Brit
alit and France. These pictures aro conceded to be
the moat beautiful and truthful ever produced by
the Pholographie art , are not revel-mot as Duper
reotypea and may he Seen in- any light They
aloe possem the rareproperty of being IMPERJIOI
ABLE. The OZOOOdllig 11110110 Si, depth of ligtht and
shade, and richness atone, is vostly Impeder to all
others —they are without the glare of Daguorreo
fypert--they will last fur ages' unchanged t.
Put Up 110 as to show Iwo sides, aniLlosutifolly
colored—this kind of itcture—for novelty a n d ex
ceeding beauty, le far above all others by ally
Thone picture, sot taken ON PLATE GLAM.),
and hermetically Bottled, They offer aninduomuon,
to theme wishing to send pictures to any foreign coon
try, as they,ark proof against the action . of watort
aotde, climate, or attrompkere, and may bt la 6l In
water for months with perfect safely
The subneriber having control of the patent for
Centre county, and having received iustructiorts to
Oho AbILIMAN VALLICRY or Py101 . 4)(111API1t, 126
Trott Street, Philadelphia, in now preperod nt Jde
Gallery In Unionville, Centro Co , to take A 611111th
A YVES, Hours of nitting from 10 o'clock A M. lo
(I'. 61. The public ore invited to gait and judge
N N.—Any person or, person' infringiog-on the
above indent in Contra county, will ho dolt with
noon ling to Iww in fluid' earuw.
tllOB. J. TAYLOR, Agent,
jan 2(1 And Photogrrspher.
ri3I9:RAI) HONE. maugorrE, Pa.
'rho nntlemigned would rttsfmetfully allttennee
to hie old friends and thepublle generally, that ho
has taken the largo and . cuensuottious now Stone
Ilmrsr;rear the Diamond', Allsnyhany'etroot,
Foote, Pa 'lids building liaa boon emoted express
ly for the purpose, and according to the plan of the'
moot elegant and apptoved hotels in the eastern
part of the titate, ho feels confident that it is touch
bet let ealculrtted for comfort nod convenience than
any other In this country. lie has also furnished it
In the very best 1111111110 r, sparing neither pains nor
unit to render It comfortable and agreetibialit those
faV j grig him with their frustum
idTABLINO connected with the establish.
mint is large and convenient, with en exeellent ear
Il atriot attention to his ' , duties, long experience,
aturadelorrainatten not to be entelled by any house
!ethic section r ho hopes to merit the favor and ans.
tem of the public. '
Persons visiting Bellefonte on business or pleasure
pill find the "Coarse:l house" a pleasant and °hoer
ful stepping place.
.11)112 , 1 if MORRISON, .
TJI4, A PAPPX
6iirr ye the farmer at his plow,
AK yea weia riding by,'
Or. wearied 'Death his noonday toil,
When summer suns were high
And thotight ye that his lot was hard
And did you not thank God s
ant yen end yours were;noi condemned
Thus litre a slave to plod 1
Came, nee him at hia Harvest homo,
When gardyn, field and tree
Conspire, with dowing •Aoree, to fill
Hia barn and granary. ,
Hie healthy children gaily spo'rt
Amid the new mown hay,
Or proudly aid with vigarona arm,
Ilia leek to best they may.
The dog partakes his master's joy,
And guards the.hulyty wain
The feathery people_ chip their wings
And lead their youngling train.
Perchance the hoary grant:sire's eye
The glowing scene surveyti,
And biralb<4l a blesenng on the face,
Or guides hie evening praise.
The harveet giver is their friend—
The Maker of the soil;
The carth.ilitir mother, gave them bread,
And cheers their tuttient-taul.
--Corne4otn Them round their wintry hearliz
Thetr heart felt pleasure see,
And you can Letierpulge how bleat
'rho fernier's tile may be.
BY C. D. IMAMS.
A hundred yeara *hall ton ewer--
A century beyond today;
Hut you, nor I, norany one
Now living, shall behold the pen.
Not (itte—and all these million/ golfs
liaure the hiftiou of Omit dawn 4-
These F t ri Nhall flash along the skioe,
But nut a gleam suit light our eyes.
Thero ehall be armies, thrones and stales,
With all 'heir unpredieled fates;
Yet Iloilo of 4iiillionstiow in power
Shall mo.o the hand, or tongue, that hour
The sceptre, banner, sword and pen,
Shall till the hands of other mew;
And other It rent herds Alan tread
Upon the Oa ve'm uplifted Irizad„
The v 1.811,4.6,14 ships shall come and go,
Het manned by those we do not know ;
I he breeze, that wafts them o'er the waves
Shalt bend the flowersupon our erAvo.i.
Ahlig thieve ftreris shall move such crowds,
1\ heir ther.e Its silent in their shrouds,
110 name unend.tuzlounds creates,. .
Whieli now are cola, shall then be theirs,
The plough Mildl turn the grassy plain—
t h • Ficl.le reap the gohleii gr,iii);
!hit th,o. l, IA) 110 J tho val.) , 111
hal - etiCa lie I.luLiiberiew on itin hi i
Whew iroW V,, , , lilt ill t wiliwlll bcix‘er-r,
‘l' . music, Luuluerll . .rroakird irMttrs, -
(Abets call tho rmihg moon" -
To cur their tows—fbrgutteit 8001.
The Lyre, that now through nutiopr ringß,
v o i e , Le with broken sitioTt;
Hot e,ull ,11,11 not be hilent then,
For uoitioq; bring their men.
PPP RlllllOn4 Ihud b'
tt,i,tt,t the lilt elk; of the lia% 4 . 1
he I,oidr from trmuntatos, pletes and woods,
I/ermne dmith's silent multitudes
LiLe stl.,tittws o'er the of grass,
Ile. , tieing ceertity pas.; _
AIM t.tott4; a-t a summer eve,
I he earth, lb those who follow, Wave.
The Pie.s :mil Commerce, Church and State
Alts.m gem (loin othe,s future (ate;
P . m you—nor I—ssor so) one
Now Irving, shall behold thus sun. -
SKILL IS CAPITAL.
A GENTIINg NEW ENGLAND ETUDE
_ Hiram Veszief walla plain , gend.heerted,
honest farmer's b 4, whose parents lived
on a farm %Oyes* Pirgraodfetlave
and half a dozen Miles front Augusta, Me
With a good cotutnonschool education, and
a natural aptitude, Hiram was conenlared
at the ago of twenty to be a very Proinising
young man, nod was certainly of great ser
vice to his flitter on the farm. Old - Mr.
Veaziu was comfortably situated as to pe
cuniary means; first, beeau-o his wants
' were few, and secondly, because his land
very nearly suppliad.theta all. But when
Ilitato alsked his father to advance hint
sumo small amount with which to com
mence business, the good old man frankly
acknowledged hie inability, and rather
wondered that his son could not content
himself on the firm, as his father, food
giandlather had done kflire him.
The truth was, that Hiram had been
from boyhood, and during all Ilia school
hours, been the intimate fiiend and COW
paniou of pretty Lucy White, the Squire's
daughter, nod this childish filendebip bad
ripened with years into love. Lucia fath
er understodd the position of affuire, per
featly, between the young people, but
never intefered, until ciao day when
Hiram took the old gentleman to one side,
and asked him for Lucy as his -wife, old
squire White, as he was universally called,
rpplied kindly, but firmly, that Hiram
Must acquire solue trade, and moans a
tiough.to support Luoy, before be could
give his °unseat to such an arrangement.—
The future looked blank to Hiram, there•
fro, for ho was but a poor farmer's boy
Luny Acaa a gentle mod Inveirgitl--of
nineteen, as intelligent us she was pretty;
she loved Hiram sincerely, but she was too
sensible to sit down with hits and pine
over the sitwation of affairs. She was a
practical Yankee girl, and . her advice to
Ilirittu was sound and loving. _
she said, to Huston of New York.
Y o u are notice, good-looking, Intelligent
and industrious, the very charaoteristics
that eocutnand place, I should say, in is
largo city,. and . see if you do not find the
means of darning snob wages as shall help
yink to lay by synathing. 1, too, will be
industrious, in the roe/mama, and what
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snug lit le tome or no. ‘• •"-
1-liram kissed his little italioolmate, and
promised, her that she shottld never for an
hdur be out of kis mi,od,sonn gathered a
small sum together, and with the blessing
of his father and' mother, lie took the cusp
for &Eton. It was his 'first visit to a
large city, end at tie otiter.Vbe was almost
beWildmd , but seeking Ciionomical ladg,
ing, he began at once to ler*about himself
for employment. Title lily found it hard '
to.obtain, but be-leas duil growing more
and tfinio",conversatit. Iv; city life nn 1
ways, end ho viittt every fro days to louttl l
it digest of obstrvationt tt turtanea. A
,fortnight, roc three weeks i Boston, 1"311'.
feitiluit incoade into his sl der puree, mot •
r It IV
at the o.SOMO 0C(plal intauce
be determined to go to N 4 York
Llere he passed• Rome w weeka it it l•
various adventures, bufwltliout thol,og no
hour of pay lag occupatioi; Ile NT , litit r.•d
everywhere, observing a seareldeg Out
place , inquiring freely 0611, until no the
close of the third week, lathed but u single
dollar left in hie poelteclond felt for Ilie
first time snarly disheartened. In thi•i
mood he strolled through cite of the up
town cross atteets above Union l'erk, and
found his st.tetrilon attracted by the opera
' tion of a.stedin raw mill, illicit lie entered
land quietly watched the business of. Ile
t o r
saw li 1113114 itUt 9 • , tae driving
four saws fed by SileirefAhritre
stood at the deiik_blia.! , one evidently
the manager of the ce,t9 hutent.
Hiram felt a strong Ititer'est in what he
saw ; there wore large—links of excellent
lumber in the Illtildingwitn article he was
familiar with from his childhood, and lie
watched the proOss of Sawing it up, care.
fully &Serving to what porpose the wood
was put, and Saw a °Duple of handi in n
further part of the shop engaged in dove
tailing the pieces together, and forming the
boxes of various sisal_ lie consumed so
much time, and was so Minute in Ills ob
nervation, that at last the prinitor 'Caine
up to hint and addeassed him ploasantly.
'You seem tole quite interested ?' he
remarked to Hiram. ,
'Yes, I have seen peni kieJl
in . my day, sod I WAS Clalcullt 'nig bow
much you probably uSodrup lu this
'We use a good manithoussud feet eve
`84.) I should .think,rsb , l b-st !lumber
anti ,tDo.' •
require the -TeTy bi.at stock,
and lqiuber is 'tip noir!.
'Flow tnech do Till pay ?'
's.' , .:en'y•rrcr Yri a tioasstri, all el, ar
Can rilaku them; for ices:king to3;llhchlual
'ltutilar heavy for thy...purpo?c, I should
ran' e.died lltraw.• ..
'Well; they are rather heavy, Lul N7O
can't, get boards - sawed tiny Viffervut,
are down. to the lowest guage of tha lum
Hiram lonited4houghtfully, handled the
boics, examined the suave, talked good cr.in•
moil sense in business ,stylli to the than,
and at Net lie said half seriously, half iu
"'You don't Want a patine?, do you
.Why, no, not exactly; though if I had
one who would put in a couple of ihowand
dollars, and would take hold heartily hitu•
self, I wouldn't mind sharing the thing
with him and throliug in the inaehi
harn't got any money,' said Hiram;
'but I:will rive,you en idea about the mut
ter, and will take hol,l and give niy
.-t ‘ iine, In a way. that I think will be woith
Ja much as the sum you Dame, in a short
Litia....1)(188.8.131.52.,y,0u till sire. me half the
like tho tray you talk,' 1461 0)6 win
hum•Htly; but this le en odd proposition Y'
' l Thu 83 Y you Porterenty-Ayur dollars a
thousand. fur boarder
'Supposing I bring then down to twelve
at once, and make neater and better boxes
fur your purpose ?'
!If you can do that I will share with you
at once, for my fortune would be made.
, Will you give ree a chance to try the
thing after my own fancy, fur one day,
say, commencing to-morrow morning.?'
, Ye., 'said the man, after a moment a hes.
itation• C.l) coo on harm, though I urn
to bo away to-morrow forenoon.'
After a little looker tale, and a careful
undetatandiqg that tfiero should be, uo mr ,
periment tried that abouldi risk the ma
chinery, Mr. Hurd, the bormukcr, gave
orders to his people that 'Mr. Veasie was
to be obeyed on the following forenoon,
the same as though be were himself togivo
the orders, and that ho should return at
noon. , •
Hiram tit once tooicroff his ooat, meas
ured ono of the saws end asked if it was
the largest? Lie was told that it was. This
his was at first sorry fur, hut still carefully
taking his measures upon a piece-f paper,
he soon disappeared. He remembered a
hardware store not tar dictint, which ho
(lad passed that very t atternoon; tb this he
repaired, and selected a circular saw twice
as-large as any- Mr. Hurd had in his shop,
and of a different wake in the teeth ; Ito
also got . sowe braces and bolts of a siao and
style which tie appeared, to underutaud,
aud . telling the storekeeposthat'be wanted
them for Hurd in the no:retreat, he found
no difficulty in gutting diem on credit.
With matters thus arransed,k be ...return.,
od to bis boarding
.piano arid stu
died in his own mind as So how he would
tarry out the plan - he had oon ea i ee d.
It will about titsk4) at noon rob the fut:
lowing 114, when Mr. Hurd returned to
hie shop where ba found Simla 'Venue in
his s hi rt sleeves, and witit-s !Cali of 'over
las .4 tti t work before a liar pleasure
. feltby the Chemist or Artist as ho
t4ftf l4l qtnifishWilvtiramtedmpou one oft ntenstncates
,theise dissoyeries which
b;neliiii; and lo oh be 1411 (he , ends tle,Attal-eijOilett. wd
steam power. .lle was Tidally the bards ievoltitionisa die Seale ildrittitiebiirtiatsnoll,
which wore folly thick enough to admit of issbared by the careful add laborious !tn.
it, and thus was making the boardilitor dent its Scientiflo Agriculture. For hit is
duce twice us many boxes as heretofore, lupply4 windier principles, and his labor
with an void amount of labor. Since tend similar result. Faery crop is a
those who finished them up into boxes ef- study to him, for it has its ego l aws to he
ter they were towed" could Work' enough studied. Every season has its charm for
raider with the thinner lumber to make up him, for its changes and chances must ho
for the occupation of ono hand to tend the carefully watched. Ho must make suns,
splitting, saw. - showers, and snows, sod frost and fire, all
' Mr. Hurd looked on with astonishment; to minister to his interests and work out
already were of scare of boxes or more man- his end.) And in doing all this—and all
nfacturiAl of the slew thickness, and were , this ho will do, if ho works with open eye
letually more valuable, as the 'thickness and eartikl hand—will he not find a pleas
was atnplo for all purposes of -strength, and are so constant as to erillien his heaviest
the weight was reduced nue half, lie was and so varied as to strip of their charms
50 delighted with his o( w acquaintance, the false attractions of city life, and an
satin took' held of his work so handily, mid 'purely int( Ilectual and re4ned, as to place
above all be felt that he had at once given hint iti dignity and aim side by side with
him an ides worth half his business, and I the west brotherhood of thinking men,
mole Mr. Hurd was an hon , .st„ and faith- wkese hands have been busy, but whose
ful inns, and unhesitatingly kept his pro-1 brains have been more busy still; and who
ode.?, installing liirarn in the business, i have done more for the wealth 'and comfort
with one ball the I refits, of the race, because- they dune most for I
The reader may imagine the letter which its improvement in all solid and enduring!
Hiram Wroth to his faithful Lucy, and how Seiente,
alto encouraged him inicturn, and how the 3, /3ecaus , mould be greatly lathe
business proved ram:timely prosperous, i psettnitir . V ud mural:is of the farmer to par
and how it was enlarged, 'and Hiram found Inc his uovidion as a Si.ience.—lf be pur
himself at the end of a twelve month, ruses Its work simply because he has done
worth seine two thousantklullars; and hose su before, or bedautto • his fattier or his
Squire White pletaad his baud warmly, neighluirs have demo so, he shuts out all
wltap ha re torted to tisk' lor Lucy, sad toll impromocals, of wools, .If hi shakes to /111 C tcr,' and how Lucy
- blushing ehanges blindly, ho is much more likely to
laid her fair cheek bathed with happy tears lose than to gain. Besides, if ho makes
on his sl ouldh, and her kind old experiments at rendoin, some of his neigh
er, said that she ?tad but one regret, and hors--and perhaps ho himself—will set
that was to partNith Lucy, , Wha must new , down his failures to the account of Scien
go away and live iu New York State, title farming; and ho more confirmed in
But 011 this was so, nod Lucy and Ili- their r.ld way s, because of hiab/indness and
rant were married, and their friends declr, blundering iu a single Case. But if he
red that Ileaven wade the match and work• studies, dining his leisure, the results of
ed a miracle fir Hiram Irifoxie, who was former experinieuts in the department he
so good, and industrious, and generous is enquiriug about ; if tie converses with
spirited. But these are not the days of, intelligent men, who hero been successful
miracles, and the reader knows very well in the same branch, and who understand
that it was brought about by the most no- and will explain to him tho principles and
torah ngeucies. processes stitch they hare adapted, be will
Three pus only hive passed shies' !It' he rive in following their example.—Oh io
ram was married, as we have related in this Form, r.
veritable stery, mid a") Itioetaini;dile
norri tang stile from the large;set.J.
ry et !I urtl & \result', lives iliraw and his
lovely eutroestil n. Thu Itirpi sod pleasar.t
boos.: tlicy rchiqo Id bil own, and
a haudsoolo surplui beshles. Etch &thill
Cbtiatu a Ley rettmod 'to their e',.tihi
hood't. home, and tu..y thir.l4l the jourau
iy liLclthy ilyeln
11;',ASONS 1117 EVERY FAIIMP,It
6ilolri,D PULISCE lIIS BUSINEis
~.9.vicirkurrr ria a Science.
firsry man who has punsued, even rued r
stale the Selene° of Vegetable I'llysiology,
I understands 'perfectly that almost all the
cnolso , Vct:/CrICS to fl Ult Otitellte have
I,hca m ,de l Crank men have devoted them
eclttq t, the bt UCA the great fat; in re•
bard to Coo growt.lt of plants ; tLe c;retlEr •
Vat-ICAO it, which they flourish met ;ti
taluipis of the eleiri-ets which
compose them, untl the mod.lieutiotis ot
which th. y are susceptible, by proper care
and cultic/them Just ao in re,peot to 11. e
various soils which the farmer lies to man
age. If he knows the clietnie.il • Clemente
which octopus° them, and. those which
compose the trifle:ld pruduots he wishes to
grow, he will be able to adapt his crops to
the coil, and hia manure to both, in a way
which will prove to 1111 that Agriculture
I ham its laws; end that acting in Collformity
with them, is the basis of tiara, only true
art in farming. For example: what con
tains gluten and starch in Binh propor
tions that they compose together set.enry.
//repo. cention of its entire subsistence.
Now, if the f.rmer, undertakes to • rei,e
wheat on a soil which does nut contain the
Tiletnentri nfalaren and gluten, Le will till
lite awl will not give that which does not
possess. His lost labor and wasted capital
will ho (ho Penalty of his ignorance the
scienii&re , .naitiiin of liermenent puceesii.
On the other band, the knowledge of these
conditions, and the application of them in
the exercise of caution, common sense and
reasonable skill bring an abundant re
Every departmea of the great business
of farming is full of the illustrations of the
point that we are now ou : namely, that
Agriculture• is a Science, and that its laws,
when known "and applied, will occur° re
sults as certain as any that ? attend the ap
plication of the laws of Fiydranlies in lkia
eliiinery, er thbee of light a4jd.
Vot the Daguerra
5. Because Agriculture pursued as a
.Science, icith the needful coutitm anti per
severance, is a sauree of the highest and
Tug constant pleasure. No thinking, na
tive mind is eoatent with mere proclaims
of muscular effort. To such a mind, the
truadmill„vf_a_farmer's work, 'pursued
from generation to generation, in the same
unvarying monotony, is tiresome enough.
Tiro toil becomes doubly toilsome, floosese
it,is enlivened by no living and ingtilnag
thought. And t °former nimselfbeimbias
almost as stupid' 'the; cadre ho feeds, oz. '
oept politics, or li lands, or treligiot; abed
at intervals, arid from afar, a beam of
aticortul light on his mind. But let every
pi•ocesaJiavo its well digested theory; let
every piece of work, will:dant) in its time,
and moot efficiently performed, be an ex
periment which comparee different modes
of manuring er cultivation ;+ let ovary
change be made on sober thought, and
with a full knowledge of the objeots to be
gained, and of the best and chespeal means
of gaining them; in short, lot the life of
a true &none° send its heslthyit . ations
through the whole system Of 4 frmer'S
work, and be feels a joy '" unfelt before "
In every-work'' to which , be tats his band.
ills 1 4 ertn becomes his laboratory. The.,
firLiCT Or TUX
of Warren Co, Pa., B aged 07
years, r..eently arrived at this city on
raft, witidt tte hriped to work, pulling oc
casionally et tLe our.. Ile is atilt vigorous
nul nem:. XS years ago La pilotot the
first lag. fan'. tbut ever descended the Alto
-60, ffver to thi3 city, The ,1.u,/tol.
tftt..tt iL:at,3l‘, : " t1u
,;J:11!•::::, ti.a most 'ancient mariner' of
IL: -, ,, any alive. Fur a number of
county La -nut- ttltant n. tkita wiLlerneiut
itfi nn coninrrrion taerettoolible or-friend
iy than t h e Indian, the nett, bear, and eat
arnotitit ; 1 . r
ot nearest white neighbor be
ing ten coil off. He has a portent reeol
1-eti n tf the incident+) and prouniuent
wen v .. ..uneeted with the history and early
eettl tuent of \V stern PennezlyaniA. —"
A PIUUIsIt ILLUSTIIATION.-A1 country
girl, several ( f whose sisters had married
badly, vs% ab;ut,' heraelf, to take. the
"How dare you get married," asked a
eew;n of hers, "after having before you
the ti!T rtunste example of your sisters?"
"A fudge fur the example of my sisters,"
exclaimed the girl, with spirit—"l choode
to make trial' myself. Did you ever see
parcel of rigs running to a trough of hot
l au ill ? 'I be Oral ono sticks in his nose,
acts it scalded, and then draws back and
gyteals. The r , !cond burns his nose, and
stunds ari teali(ig, in the same manner. The third Miens knit, and bo squeals,too.
Butatill it nutiree no difference with those
hchiud. They never take warning of those
berfne ; but all, in turn; threat in their
noses, just as if the Grit hadn't got burnt
or prinea/vd at all. So It is with girls in
regard to matrimony—mud now, cousin, I
hope you'ioaattafiett " . . -_.
ACCIDEN I' ON TUX CATAWISHA R. R.—
We learn that quite a impious accident oc
curred on the Catawissa It IL, Some time,
hat week, near the Summit. The particu
lanuattatled to us, aro aifoßows;--The
passenier and baggage car were thrown
down an embankment .some thirty, feet
high, but fortunately there was but tew
passengers iu the cars . at !1., 6;••• 6, ant]
those t;•iv .... l ied with little injury. It is
a iniriele that no lives were lost, es the ac
cident awouirred at a very dangerous place.
'fhe ears wo have been infirrnod, are a to
tal wreck, and have been ebandoe c ri as
J An Irishman was indulging in the
very intellectual occupation of sucking raw
eggs and reallipg.a newspaper. By some
:mischance be conis4rixtt to bolt a. live
chickem. Ther4“:bied, ohirrupped as it
wept4')wp, hit iftaits be very coolly
tko puwero, my yowls Mend, you
*woke too luto. , ,
There ie a divine out wistlrring
to persuade girls to fontsgo,marrisgs;. He
might ea well undertake to persuade decks
that they could find "substitute for water,
or rash buds that there is something better
fir their complexida than snuebitie. The
poly convert he has made is vsingle lady
r 7. •Pi editor down east, said that he
hotel to bo able to present a Mliffillyge and
death sa,original matter in ' hie
but unfortunately a• thaw broke tip the
Redding, and the dootor got sick, and the
patient recovered. '
so w *soy, Fero bee rsosaily boo ms'
Tied. last test Issue is espessed 4n ware
more nolso In the world then het Ult.
'To; ...411* ,_
The lellowing-Avg was told nr . flaad 1.
Ivy, Ohle, and appears hi tie r tuaiiilliin
A party of. young men in tbat ancient
oity amusa their leisure 11101*(108 at th'.
hotets in &drawing a long bow, cr teriog
wonderful yarns to eaoh other for th,.• heo.-- -
eGt of those apparently verdint, t(110 -11114 y
hapden to come in from other parts, They
tried tlio effect &aims extraordinary tar if -,P
stories upon a verterahla and sedate cost)
met not long since i who bad coke 1 ,,
spend the night at the boat hotel, end ki
listened to them with much apparent "sur
priso aod interest until their stuck appeat•
eel to have run out and the convN•salinn
flagged, when lin rentarked ha imt bre..
much interested in the news they bud gil . •
en him, relative to the primequl'inhebi
tanta of the. country • but regarded in. -
event in his early li fe as more pt•enliar
than'any they had named. Said he :
"When a young meal was traveling in
western New York, and late of a str.rtiv
night applied - at a log cabin fur lodging.—
Thc occupant., a stoma; refused itreay
ing that her husband and anrei.isete out
hunting, and if they found mo there they
would murder me. I preferred the change
to the storm, end she cousentad that
trOyait ley down before the art. In tho
night 1 heard them coming, arid scrambled ,
up the chimney
"Thinking I wee rare when at the top,
stepped over the• rent, and, jumping dune
at the back of the cabin, jumped plump in•
to , a wolf trap. A scream of pain broug/.t
the men and boys out, end they declared I
deserved a more severe yonialuilY4 than
death, so they. kept ane both in the trap
and ahspense until morning, and then
heading me up in a hogshead, with no am
or light bet through the bunghole, they
then put me on a sled and drove me some
four miles up a hill, and there rolled me
off to starve. This I should undoubtedly
have done but for a very singular occur
rence, The wolves smelled me and gath
ered Around my prison, when one of them,
in turning round happened totbrest Metall
into the bunghole. It was my only chance.
I caught firm hold, and balil•on like death
to a negro, which frightened the wolf, of
•course ' and he 6 tatted dotrn• the bill, fol
lowed by the hogshead and me. VtA
a very uneasy ride, over the 'tones and
stumps; but I had no idea how long it
was until the hogshead striking a stone
fairly, Re staves, worn by long travel,
;were hrohen in, and I jumped one to and
myself espy eeien•in 6./ rower end of Oat.
taraugus.cOtinty, some thirty _miles *oft
the ecene of the &motet. tVositi...
tl mama- •I did •.t •' • _
ta4'..als.r ,, •kgravvusw ti 11321!_ffilfflib.
Hill art of mirx."
It iv currently roporta that the oactl"
club of Sandusky has not bad a tull trwatirg
since that occurred.
PortttY Sonttall Dutelkt.-1' m i n
of the tittle, K..tc, %hen sitting -by Illy
aide, and altelling betas I gazed nn !ht.",
and felt a wonderuua pride. In eilLt.ze
leaped we o'er the pan,-and neither rpttite
a word, but the rattling of the beans 1:1te,
was all the sound-tort-beard. The attltn rtt
4 curls hung down, Kate, and kissed the lily
lebocke; thy azure eye., If filled with
tear_, bespoke a spirit rok. To be an
charmed as _I srati , then tad tw'or Itlora
occurred, wben'the rata ng of the Leans,
Kate, was all the sound heed; I tho't
it we. Dot wrour,K ,po leaning o ' er t?
dish, as you adlltc up a lot of breve. I
snatched a nectered kiss. And a sudden
alitmer made my eyes blind, I neither saw
nor stirred, but the rattling of the beans,
%ate, was all the sound I beard.
A MAN OF BONFIS.
Hers. Ls a -serious twat for you. Tliet
flesh of a living man ones grew into bone,
It seems 'bard to believe, bat l'sapposs it
war en; for, in the museum at Dublin,
Ireland, there is, or was, the skeleton of
-one. Clerk, a, valitp ql
_Oa city_ of Cork,
111,10111 they call the Ossified Man, one of.
,the greatest curioaitiae of attach. It is the
carcase of a man entirely ossified in his
life-time, living in that condition for sever
al years. Those who knew him before this
surprising alteration, affirm, that he had
been a man of great strength and agility,
He felt the first symptoms oft
Jrby slow degrees, every part grer into
a bony intbatanoe, except his skin, eyes and
intestines. Flit joints settled ill - ImA a
manner that no ligament had its proper
operation ;, ho could not lie down or rise
uP Without assistance. -le bad at last no
• hand l e his body"; yet when he was placed
upri t, • like a statute of atone, he could
Riau , but could not move, in the least.-4
Effie teeth were joined, and formed into
one entire bone; therefore a hole was bro.
ken through them to convey liquid sub
stance for his nourishment. The tongue
lost its use, and his sight left him, some
time before be expiredv -•
ory• Ambnig the last novelties ire* e
lectrical machine br the protection-of the
person. Should a highweymia eollar you,
the application of the baud to the pocket,
generates a steam of oleotricity thatknocks
him into a cooked hat.
11UrEDICAL Ontit—Dß. J. 311MAD8
&vs respoidally Woof the eiklesqaot Jookooo
- ursoomans that , }.
pikrebanosaly oodAmvl Jeslup Lod win
psooprly Ut ail Nab to tbigliftrast brtacim•
car lb pagoda, medisit or 0va5 0 4 111 40 00,13111 .
I ATO to
tol iol a rt z r ana toMil uissi *G.