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BY BROWN & GREENE.
VOLUME XXIII, NUMBER
T. I) e doluntbia a i i n,
IS rvralquEn LT
J. G. L. BROWN,
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A lateral deduction sr ill Le made on the above pt ices
DR. A. CLARKSON SMITH',
(VPlCE—Walnal street, two doors above Trott, Co
Columbia, .April 10, 1052-ti
WILLIAM 11. ELDER,
ATToRNEV Al' LAW —Office in From street- Le
twuen locust and 'Walnut Ftreets, Columbia, I.n.
Columbia, J une 7. 10.51.-if
ATTORNEY AT LAW—Oillre, Arrude Row, Wal
rut wert.lietwera Front and Seroad.
Colutalna.April 23. 1..32.
11. 111. NORTH,
,irronxin - AND COONS EL Lon AT LAW Offier
, IrLet. above Front, formerly ocenvied by
Pt .1. sArk.on. Columbia,
Columb,,,Muy 4, 1:-.3o.
CHASE & CO'S
Great Package and Parcel Express,
.4%.tc.a IN charge of special inessen-
L".51-7F j , , cerA, tor the South. Ea-L rind
the In InCiptil (O ad UC
the Untied State•. Parcel.,
Specie, Zle . 101,N nrded nith dc•pale It nod tics',
OW at rates Ices than by :10 Other moul t . N otes . n r; th,
slid thlls coliectvd, and orde, punctually attended to.
floods by this EXpr eAs re- , lopped to tiny 1.011 of t6O;
Llnted State, by foi warding bills of lading and 111,1 rue
icons to the 011ie,
Cues!..' . C.CS 01'1O,Iii.-130thnlore• 3 Jar% t•.'
log, North Et eel I.tdel plus. 45 south Fourth eel;
Sew Vorh. 205 I.liiiailwily . ; Wl...bin:lion, Coiner of
renlo.ll,.toia Avenue nod 11 street; Columbia, at the
Jetwlrs store of Ows. Lent ler. Front Chloe!.
Coltinilo.i, October 2. 1t3.2-1y
13. F. SPANGLER,
Bookseller and Stationer,
Front strcrt, Columbia, Penn'a.
Cobantoe, October JO, 1-52.
110 'WANTS A GOOD SHAVE?
I'llE UNDERSIGNED has taken the SHAVING
•I. AND H MIL DRESSING SALOON rereltilv nee..
oil Lt N Iloooc
here he pt now pi rporea to wall upon eu.tonlert.
aloon still be kept ILI betl ♦ll le, :1•:1 a elea.t and
gond 01:tve tvlll nlwlty , lie gunral.lied
11AliC C NG attended to to the late,t and most
I:Aim:able II) le,
JAME, S BURR
iaublu, January 15, 1 55.3. 61110 .
TO THE LADIES PARTICULARLY
T HAVE pureltnqed leopt .T. P Patterson t b ' reeel Pte
I tor manwacturovg 1)1,111,LE1I St .\ 1., WASILI'Sr:
8 0AV, FANCY SOAP. ce . , ntrl h.kve been taught
prepare the ohCve p ladies earl hove
belipi at the battle priee4 /hawed ‘,•\• Mr. Palter-on.
Front ,tteet. Columbia.
Columbla, Jam)! ry r
if ST reef iced at the Golden :gm :or hh_T Store.
anoilmr n....thriment oh :shoulder Itr.te,. of .11 •ILCR,
for Ladtrr una Gentlemen. Thhey e highly reeohn
nandrd for weak breasts. stooped hloultler , . &e For
solr at 1.1:A1J1:12'S.
Columbia_ Or tuber 2'l.
rpm: uNDERst(;NEI) has eott,taittly on hand a ful
aPionment of COPPER P 1551 PS. 110A'r STOVES
ll'l' HAWKS, ovith ethereal.) and LAMP POTS
to %Inch he re Teeltully invites the atteittion of Coal
mu and Other., HEN R PEA 111. ER,
WI 17,1,12. Loeu.t btreet, Columbia,
ADAMS & CO'S EXPRESS-
F SP L
ANGER. Agent. Mont street, Columbia.
H• Columbia. October :10, 1...52.
mr, t I,ltrl t t
1011 LAND OE 1 3 / 7 11.1/IINC. un•lntill) on liantl :mite
Lane Kiln, near the IJcpot. IColuoilcaJan
PATENT WIIEEL GREASE,
P ECOMENDED by lit cry Stable, Keepers
Carters. Dratneli • and oilier.: IUU (.ROSS
LEATHERED CA Rl'l TACK-; ; 11111: PROOF
PAINT. best quality. (lot particulars of which see
ahcraLeinent w another column.) all fur le lots "
the Hardware Store of RUNII`I.II.
Columbia. October 3U. Locust !If eet.
1‘"011111e111 or oti rite sehool Ruokc uted
rue private ali) public ...chord, to or around C,. , luta•
I in. In large or ,mall quantities: and Ili the very lowest
Vices, coin be had at Sl' _. N(
Oct W. 1,52. 11c:tn.:quarters and New, Depot
THE sub.eriber IR prepared to inanniaeture in order
at the sliortt,t antic... all kind+ of :.'lll,l, W 0 .11):
on the most rea,onahle lento:. Also, repairing ol ail
knitte promptly attended to.
Columbia, April 17. 1n52. 111".NRY VFAIII3,III.
lIRICIC DUST. cut:rely hie Guth t•lny. ntla
DD found to do the work of ,"" a
faner du. the b-n..k Puret'l• l'or -“ , t•
lEnciamEt. Ilerring, ra..11 :yid Dried prof, wr
gale low 14;r c ,b Pllll.ll' F.
Columbia, Feir. Oppecite the Da alr.
iONG AND SCLP1111: F•IIANVI.S. 1.1 flog I`.•i. m.1:11
/ oilier Winter Goods, sit order to In.ll,lnora for
=Tong Goods. PHILIP F. FltV.
Colinbia s Feb. C. 4.3, PS33. Opposite the Mink.
• SULPIL QUININE.- 100 ounce, Sillphnte of (111111Ine
lust received arid for pale by W. A. J.E.-1 PER.
BARRELS' PAH K
V Just received alai for sale low Iry the barrel, for
Crib. by 191/1.11 . P. FICV.
Columbia, Feb. Opposite the M.A.
COD LIVER OlL—Sone.' fic...h nod renuinc Cod
Liver od stivt received and for sale at LI:AIM:WS.
r Columbia, March t.'6,13.
ItECEtV ED a new lot of A cr's Cherry IN
torul. and (or sale by WILLIAMS
, Columbla, March IM,
_ _ -
UST RECEIVED a new lot of Iloolltual'A Cierlll3ll
Bitten', att.! for rule l.r R. \VILMA:DS.
.Coltunlas, March :Kt,
LSSENCI: 01 C01:11:1: —A supcnor article or limn
mere Essence of Coffee for sale at LEADER'S.
Columba:l. March 06, 1t53.
A DALlStif.rg FT MIR a cerium cure for Headache
Ince 74 CIR. For •nle nt
W. A. I.I . :ADER'S Drng Store.
Coluuthia, March 13,105.2.
arsumn, wELL-scAsoNuu eAsnr,r; SOAI
LT llbe pound. bor. or Lox. for sale
A FAMILY PAPER: DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, MORALITY, EDUCATION, AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.
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For the Core of
CBITIS, CROUP, A.STE•
"And by the ricer. upon the lortak thereof. shall grow
nll trees for meat. who, h•af shall not fade and the
Trutt thereof shall he for meat, and the leaf the:eel fur
here seas hope fir the sick recorded long rie,o, and
every }ear adds new proot to the assui ail,: that these
promise,. shall not fail.
As medical ,Lieace discovers and designates the rem
edies liallite 11,3 giveit. (rile by oue, the sti e.lSei that at-
Met our race y rid to the coot rot of Of all the mal
adies we Sillier front, moue lints earned more vie liras to
mini untimely grave man Con,uniption of the Lungs
tr.tbsonied sse give collie eVidelice that this too may lie
cured, and that Pulcionary ill all their
forums, ma} he removed by Cherry feel oral.
Shown will riot penult u, to pubhill here any propor
tion of the cores at has etrected, but the Agents below
named, ',ill ninuclt our Circular, tree. whereCiii are full
pa rl.cular~ and 111,11 , pillatile proof of these facts.
61illererS! read and Judge for yourselves
FOR INFLUENENZA & WHOOPING COUGH.
Sir—l have repented!) . 11-rd 1001 Cherry Pectoral for
‘Vliffiffung Cough and Influenza, and have no lie.itation
to pronounen, it a complete remedy. Pour or Illy
children have been afflicted milli thee,, disc:l,s. and
the free u-c oldie Pectoral has always alThrdeit
loran lit reliet. .I , t M 1 1.4 1111.0V1.117.
NVe attest the 'mitt of the above ,tatement.
M INtitor of the Nt.f.hville
.1. NI, ZININIERNIAN, Druggi.t.
1 , ()R A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH.
PITIF.IIItIG. PA., rdb. 15. 1 , 51
Dear 5/I"—ror three yea, I have been afflicted with
a Cough, r.o flifdre-,14 that I Irequelitly de-paired of
reeof.ery; inuf I, at the time I was obliged to •it up all
night ur my chair, as lily cough would ..utioeate vie
when 7 had down. 'laving u.ed tuany it a lth
-0111. 11111011 relict, 1 at I.,it tiled the Cheri) Pectoral,
under PtoVitleilett lias mired roe altogether.
111111 %III!! gratitude )40 rc,
This is one of the numerous Care< of A , TIIMA which
have Feel, accredited to Cherry Fords'
.11.1:A Al. N 1 . Aprii 17. 191
17n Avrn,l.o,A.P.l.l..—Pl:Alt rut-1 hnvc fur N car: her,
1111111.1erl is itti Aslliiitti In the WctriO. 10110, 'n that 1 have
been ob:i f fed to p 11, my chair tar ti large, part of the
time, being unable to breathe. ov in!: bed I had tried a
greet man) inetlicinc-.in uu 1.11110 , e, tuitil in) physofian
pre,.eribed. a rue experiment. your Choi ry Pectoral.
At Get n =veined to make me worn . , hill 111 Ic-s than
a Week I began 10 el.pel tenet. the 010,t grnufymg relit;
Irom 11,1 1.1" e, -1101 Ilitty. 111 10110 wo.kg. the dimes tc cu
tile!) reniased. I eau deep oil illy bail such cointort,
alitl enjoy u elate of liell;111 Vell tell I ittiVer had expected
to (.1-1(I11.(f7: S. FA
CornM1“1011:1101 Po rwardiln; Merchant.
''rout the President of Amherst College, Edward 110,1,
„ s .li&41 sour Cherr) Penner,'
lit LtWii ensit 01' deep. , cated bronchi!, and 010 sal
l"tiett. front Its eltellitral eOll , lllllllOll, that 11 IS nil
111.1Itticati he etillipOund tor the 0,1101 ill laryngtal find
broneloill ditheilltie , It my opitooti, rw to us Superior
<liiiracter, can be 01 all) service. )00 are at Itheit) to
u-c it us )ou Mulls proper.
mticagT. September It, 1019.
Not only t the inere Mingeious ills•
1.11,e4 of the Lutigc. bet :1140 Ins II family medicine for
°CC:I./011A tine, it is the sal e.L. pleasame.,t and Lea 1/1
the us arid Prep:lied and so!il
511 7 ... C. AV I
I)riiggikt mid C 11 4 .1111.1. I,M
Sold in Columbia by W. A. um!
March 1 . 2, 185:3.3m05.
W 11,1 7 ElTR , con i cerns 1111 e
Nat all lime. nt the ,11app,i1:
mule imporvittee. F nitre it for gra melt that every per
..n will do all tit their tamer. to ...tee the It Vi or their
children, and that every per, on will endeavor to promote
their Ilentllt lit till Flicrifke , 1 !eel It to lie my
duty to t -oleautly 05,1110 )(at that NVORAlS.ttecordnut ut
the opinion of time snot celebrated Plovh.iciat, are the
primary- rall , eit of a large snajorny of tittteatte• to which
ehtldren and adults tire ItaLle. If you have an appitne
continually el angeable nom One kind of food to another,
bad breath. pant 111 the StOrlitiell , picking nt the nose,
hurduesc and fullne , ao l the belly.dry cough. duty fever,
pul-e irrevalar—tententher that all the,: denote Wolin,
nqJ )011 'honk] at nitre apply the remedy :
JIORENSACK , S WORM, SYRUP
An article ,Quilled upon .Clettlitte pi mewl..., com
pounded with petreli t egeloble ,unttlattre,<, hying per
fectly sa.'e when taken and ear, be uiven to :he noel
tender with derided beneficial elect. Ns here
Hord Corterfamts end MarrhCu nave made Ilion weak
and alelollitated tlie Tonic ;,eoperties Worm Syrup
are each, stand , ,ittiOut an equal iu the cat:,
iiaztht 01 Medicines, in giving tone and etre:l;th to the
bleb ,oaken it an la:Alit& remedy for thoae
°Meted will, .1/spepsis:. the asunii•liing Cures itertorined
by Ihtt Syrup, utter Physic...us have PuJul, us the best
cval, ate of rt< sttpertor etheaey over all others.
THE TAPE 'WORM!
Thk t 5 the mo-t ,httwolt Ivor., to t1...tr0) of rill dolt
infe , l 01.111111111 M cress. utt :tllno-t
litre lento], lo•conolit; coiled nod la-trued to the
tool Stomach, cfreeloitz the -o a., to
coo , St. VIM., Parte , . Fit, Sc.. liar 1110-e :11lilOICII
ceith/111 1 ever .u•pect that it o. Tape Worm
them to tot curl) ci .1) c. In order to de-troy MI, WOTill.
VII y coergettc lic.11011•11T 11111-I Le jilt rued : It WOLIM
fhrrctuttt Lo prop , I. tohake li lII' of ' , CT I.lVer Pill , , O
to Tell/Ole TOCIIO,, thrill the WOTIII n!. Flip may
act direct upon the WOTIII. 101,4 be Utt:011 111410. ,
I,IA cpoTol -ha .1 Wile, o three Won ICI
lowed 'MVO IleVer been !nulls, to fail IA curing the tno.i.
°bet male Cut, of Tape Worm.
lIOIIENSACK,S LIVER PILLS.
No port of tip. •ystem rq loon, liable to dt,ease
1;1;i it wrving a fillerer to piitiiy the bloo or d.
yoi.iitt the prolo•r srerrlvo, In the bile ; that
writhe at curs of the Li‘er allots the otlo., thiptirtnnt
purl , 01 lice p.), , •01. and rrouh. s,tr)ottsl. ta Live
fore.wotelt that it
rielithi of the Leger. The Pills Lwow
11:00'1%-s N I.I.ANTs lot otsbed b, nature to lwal
steely. 1-t, A!‘ l:\ PEI; l'()It o`s:r,
from the Pith:too:lly 111.1CII• 111,111•
~r I,olilolc- rice th.ch.lege 01 c1..1.•.1 'natter.—
dud Ail :it ATI vr..•Vlitell chi ??? g , .01n, ineX.
1.10 aide 11111 /11...11,1 ,. :thinner the vet lath murbiti lie
.A.llo:it'i N,i0,11,41,.... 101113 Stoo.
1. the 10 recess 111 . -T Ileollll allll
: \lgor to 011 part+3. 4111. A
iO . I. ju•l 0 , 1 Ithriiirmy null the oilier therein
rill-, mitt ith the Itotvel,', exp.:ll[llg the
ss, hobs 01 * Cori .111 an matter. e' piths')
Mg' th.., Blood VOlO-11 de d
stroys diieu, , tod re.totc ,
•Sao I , I.: NI ALES.
von 5,11 find these Pill= on Inv:linable medi-ate
ma uy CoolphOnl.lo,l.l,li you are •111,14,..t. In ob.trile
lion, either total Or partial. they have been wand of in
e-titrintile benefit, re.torine; their finictionnt :irranze
ments to a healthy action. partlytrig the blood and other
linitle so elieetually to put to flight all compinitit 4
may art-c from teintile iffegolloitofc, ns liendnelte,
thiniie' . .t sight, Pain in the side. back, .le.
Inoue genuine iniles4 signed by J. N. Dolieniaek, all
others being I it-e imitation.
tr. - Agents nem: ..upplie.. andqlorekeeperl
de.trott. of beeoining Agents, not.to.ttire... Cite proptio•
tor, 3. N. llobeit‘ael., l'a
AGYr<TS kna LAM.A.Trit CotgIY.Vl - A 1,1:ADI: 1 t ,
Columbia: Dr. I.oiit: & Co. W. C. Daher,
Stoutrer. Mt Joy; Klaaser, Oetc-Ata
Vost Otrice; I:rsviii, Cambridge , Street.;
Weidman, Drieke.iville; Stouffer. Adonk; Wiekelt.
Dry Tov , ii: :and by r every re.peetable merchant lot
alrucei-t in the county.
Price ..2:1 vent.,
Sane 26, 1 t , :rd- I y
CPILING SH A W linve ju=t o p em .d f es , mor ,.
tho, scarlet. ll:tie, orrtilae• Crern
anti tunrorm s, t tratc :nita, In—the 11111141.0.negt art,. le WI:
for-prang riiii.ll. r Fit
, 1 l'r OproAttc, the Bank.
"NO ENTERTAINMENT IS SO CHEAP AS READING, NOR ANY PLEASURE SO LASTING."
COLUMBIA, PA., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1553
THE ROAD TO HEALTH!
CUE of a Disordered Liver and Bad Di
C opy of o letter from Mr. n. liirlitts, Chemist, 7
e.cott strett,Liverpool, dated Oth Juve, lesl. :
To Pro re,Or III) 1.1.0 \V
: , iit—Your Pills and Ointment have stood the high
est on our sale list of Proprietary Meikettles for slime
year , . A customer. to whom I CAll refer for any
desires me to let you know the pa rtn•nlars or
her been troubled for year. with 0 dig
ordered liter. and bad digestion. tin the last MAU,
SIMI, however. the vtrol•nro ut th•e attack was so
alarming. and the inflammation -et DI SO severely that
dotil., were entertained of her not tieing able In liar
up °ilet tt ; fortunately eh , • WrIS mJaced to try your
Pills. and she inform- me th it a fer the fret and each
succeeding dose, she had great relief. I , !se CO/111/Med
to take them, /led although she used only three boxes,
she is non , in the enjoyment of tuned t /War lh. I could
have pent you many mare oases. tea the above, from
the seventy of the Pilaff:. and the speedy cure, I
think i.peaks much in favor of your MSlOne.illefr
(Signed ) R. W. liuuiti S.
AN EXTItI.OIIDINAI:N Cc:RE OF 11.11ETJAIATIC FEVER.
IN VAN DirmEN's LAND.
Copy of n letter inoerted in the flobart Tt,..n Courier,
of tin. lot March lb:A, by 31ajor J. Watch.
Margaret McConnigail. nineteen yen,: of nee. re
siding at New 'Town, hail been cohering front a violent
rheumatic fever for lipwiirda of two mnnth.•, which
had ...ninety deprived her of the 1.1, 01 - Ler limbs.
During thin period she 0..14 under tin.• care Cl the 111051
liledll,ll MOO in iltl.lll Town, and by them
her ea,l, Wan C011 , 14iert . .11111:0 . i...5. .1 Irie2,l pr vaned
upon her to try Hut Itio.ay 'n celebrated which she
Coll,llled In dO ; and /11 tut iiii„reilttile short sn.ico nil
time they effected a Perfe.l t title.
CERT or A PAP.; AND TR:FITNESS IN Tilt CHEST AND
SI . O.MACII or A. PERSON Si YEARS or A.L.
Front Me , sr, r'nn. Proprietor. 01 the Lynn
Ativertl-er, Who caul vouch for the lu t lowing atute
leen t. Attozet ISSI.
To Proceqsnr llett.nwn
Slll-1 tle.ne In bear tentlMOny Cr, 16r gond vfnni,...
orlfoltow,i)'s Pill: For come )ear, I hitlrernil
(rein u naot and ightlies, in the stianarli. tt hld, t, ac
1.1. n :It:comp inn,' by a ,bortn,s- of breath Ih it Pre
vented n.e il,llll \Valk 1114 111/011t I !tin i yea r+ of
11101 1101W11 libtatuloig mi ud,nneed ,lite or lite. 11/1.,(
Pills hat, Fo r0.11 , •V..1/ 111 r. that I aw de,11,11 , 1 that
others choold In. node. LIC(111.1114 . 11 trill, tin, vinille•
I not nor, fonderini, Iry thin no•an-. cninvataticoiy
net aye. and vnti tale n,thont ter an 1,11ILIICI: ur
pal°, Sr hl, ht f i nun trot du Letutn..
North Steel, 1.3 no. Norio) It
WomAntrur. ErricAcv or lior-LowAr's PILLs Is
C. or Duorsr.
l'ersnita aufferinz Itrop , y, either nbrint the turn
nt' life, of at tither times. rininediately hate
ti, these lintillredq or 1.,-,11.1
finally rutted, by their u.r. of ill , direful comp' lint lu
11, different ridges, alien all mailer 1111,111 4 lunch 111411 •
These ci;lehr.iteil PITH are ellicacious in
the iidlowina caw pia nits.
j r , e gn. Scrofula or
Ltritl-0, lit ml,
Bit loos l'udn• of all Sore f lironta,
keel, Slone :troi
Mot dies en the Vito. SLConflOry
Skip. Gout, toms, -
Bon el Complarot,llen.lar lie, Tie IJoitlotireuX.
C 0114,4 /11d1.,!,...111.11, Toarol, '
Constioltion of moil. ounat wo. ufrers
the 1t00,..i.., ....... ..1 ~,,, ~....,“), tots;
lklsthly, Lumbago, XVortos of al!
Dropsy, Piles, loads,
llyieotery, Ithounat,m, XV,thrtess (rain
I r> , pc lay, Helen :ion of SVII,f C. 111,1: „
ITrme. A_ 6.. &c.
Sold at the establlshroent of Prof.:l,lr 1101.1. MS 00.
21 I Strand. (near 'retriple Bar. Landau ) and I.y all re
spectable Bragg I.t orel)...ales :Medi, ones tbropgll
- tile Britogi 11l Ire Will or i hobo or the ththell
Stolen, in Boxes at 37 lc., 571c..:111.1 %.-:1,50 1:101 11-hole
sale by the priticr)al 1)1.11,: 11011.0..+ to the UlllOll, by
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Rousing a Hoosier.
SCENE AT A STEAMBOAT LANDING
It happened my lot not many weeks since to
be a passenger on board the fast running steam
boat Al., bound from Cincinnati to St. Louis.
among the number of passengers in the cabin
was H., a would-be wag, and a live Hoosier,
fresh limn the swamps and bogs of Indiana. It
so happened that in the humor for fun, 11. re
solved to quiz this, as he supposed, green indi
vidual, and only wanted a good opportunity of
doing so. None occurred up to dinner time, when
the wag took particular pains to place himself
opposite the Hoosier at the table, and soon after
lie had commenced eating, he hailed him as fol
''l say, my friend, you'ie from Hoosieldorn, I
''l am from lruhima," was the civil reply.
"Do they raise cabbage where you come
"No—but 1 reckon they do whar you cum
*What do you judge by."
“Lly the looks of that ur cabbage bead between
Several near 11. now began to titter at his ex
pense, but nothing daunted, be returned to the
"Does your mammy know you'in out?" lie
"Yes, 1 reckon so—she told me to go and talk
to the goslins."
"Indeed!" said 11., biting his lips, "then you
must be a goose to understand the language so
"When among Romans f do as Romans do,"
eras the instant retort. "1 talk the language of
those Pm talking to."
"Which way are you travelling?" inquired 11.,
as another giggle went round the table.
"Down the river, I reckon, said the Hoosier,
half filling his plate with eggs."
"What business do you follow?" But instead
of answering the question, the face of the Hoosier
suddenly became red as blood, as he dashed the
contents of the plate into the face and bosom of
There was a sudden start among thos . e at the
table, and everything was turned into instant
confusion by the further action of the Indianian.
Raising aloft the heavy plate in his right hand,
he brought it down with stunning force upon the
head of the individual at his right side, knocking
him backward upon the floor, where he lay
sprawling, unable to rise for a moment. But 1
the maddened Hoosier was not yet pacified. No
sooner had the plate done its duty upon its sic
tim than, bending his left arm, lie brought back
the elbow with terrible force into the mouth of
the man at his left side, knocking out a couple
of teeth, and also prostrating him at full length,
with his head against the door of a berth. This
done, the Iloosier jumped up, and placing his
back against the side of the cabin, seized hold of
I the chair he had been sitting in and stared around
him with eyes flashing like a madman.
In the meanwhile, the now thoroughly excited
, passengers had risen from the table, the female
portion fleeing into an after cabin, and the men
gathering around the enrafzrd a..aulter.
"He's mad!" shouted one.
"Throw him overboard!" yelled another.
"Knock him down!" cried a third.
"Bind him hand and foot!" bawled out a
"Take care he don't kill some one!" echoed a
But the voice of the sixth speaker was drowned
by the louder lungs of the Hoosier, who suddenly
exclaimed in a voice of thunder—" Where's the
"liere 1 am," answered the person called for,
as he came to the spot.
"Well ; 1 want that man and this man searched! . '
and lie pointed to the two that he had knocked
"What for?" said the captain.
~ What feu? Why, for stealing. That black
guard on my right stole my purse containing five
hundred dollars, all in eagles, which l have been
a year in laying up to go to California; and that
thief got my new silk pocket handkercher, gin
to me by Polly afore 1 left home."
By this time the fellow who had fallen under
the plate had managed to get up.
"You are a liar, sir!" he shouted in a passion ,
at the same time thrusting his Land Into /Its ho-
"You're a thief. you on of a gun!" retorted
the Hoosier in a loge.
"Sarch him, captain, and if you don't fluid the
puss on him, why chop me into sausages, and ea:
me for slipper, that's all."
"We must search you, sir," said the captain
to the man accused.
"I won't be searched," answered the fellow.
haughtily—"J am a gentleman."
"fins remains to be seen," said the skipper
calmly; "searched you shall be."
The man was accordingly searched, and though
every pocket was looked into, no money answer
ing to the description of the lloosier was found,
and they were about giving it up. "Look in his
boot'," exclaimed the loser of the purse.
"Ile's some kin to John Andre, and will be
hung yet afore he dies."
The left boot etas pulled off, and sure enough,
there vi as the money, exactly answering the de
scription, confirming the guilt of the gentlemen.
Upon the other fellow the handkerchief was
-r1 ELte 14 •1... Lou lno raBCIAtS were, tval,
the permission of the Indianian, landed upon the
shore at once.
For 11le ColawLia SIT
The Hoosier was also for putting 11. ashore,
declared he had engaged him in conversation for
that purpose, to call Ins attention, so that the
rascals could rob him. But as the wag was well
known to many on board, he was let off, the
Hoosier saying it was some satisfaction to know
that he had spoiled his best milled t with
the contents of his plate. H. has never since at
tempted to puke fun at an Indianian, and doubt
less the two thieves will also be careful bow
they proceed in lousing a iloosier.—Memplus
It happened once, on a Lot summei's day, that
1 was standing near a wall, when a little bird
Clew down seeking water. There was, indeed,
a large trough near the well, but it was empty,
and I grieved for a moment to think that the lit
tle creature must go away thirsty, but it settled
upon the edge o 1 the trough, bent its little head
d..ivilwarik, then raised it again, spread its wmg,
and soared away singing—its direru appeared.
I walked to the trough, and there ul the stone
work, I saw a little hole about the size 01 a wren's
egg. The water held there had been a roue cc
of rei ival and refre.Onnent; it had found enough
for the prevent and de n ed no mina This is
Again, 1 ~tool by a lovely sweet-sindling
flower, and there came a lire humming and suck_
ing; and it chose the flower for Its field of sweets.
But the flower had no honey. This I knew, for
it had no nectary. What then, thought I,
the bee dot It came buzzing, out of the cap to
take a further flight; but as it came up it spied
the stamens full of golden fa' Ina, good for making
the Ns ax, and it rolled its legs against them till
they looked like yellow boson, as the bee-keepers
say: and then, thus heavily laden,ilels' away home
Then I said: thou earnestly seeking honey, and
finding none, hast been &ilk:died NS ith wax, and
hast stored it for thy house that thy labor might
not be m vain. Thou likewise shalt be to the a
lesson of contentment.
The night is far spent—the dark night of tien
ble—that sometimes threatened to close around
us, but the day is at hand and even la the
there were stars, and I have looked on them and
been comforted, for as one set I could always se,
another Ilse, and each was as a lamp , hosv ng
me somewhat of the depth of the ;silos both of
the wisdom and the kncm ledge of God.
17"--1 blacksmith was lately summoned to a
county court as a witness, in a dispute betv.een
two of his workmen. The judge. after heating
the testimony, asked him why he did not advise
them to settle, as the costs had already amounted
to three times the disputed sum. Ile replied, "I
told the fools to settle; for I said the clerk would
take their coat, the lawyers their skirts, and if
they got into your honor's court you would skin
Tut Cwirr.—When the celebrated Dr. Irving
had exceeded, in the length of his sermon, the
patience of a modern congregation, seeing per
sons quietly stealing out of the chow], he sot
down in the pulpit, saying, i•I shall now wait
until the rhatl has blown off. — This reproof had
the do , ired efiert.
Coni exit ment.
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The Time for Closet Prayer.
:\Turn to pray,
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0 holy MI
A Word .o an infidel
You profess to be a free-thinker. Now think
ft rely enough for once to observe the following
marvellous peculiarities of your scheme.
1. You cannot believe the Bible; yet you can
believe that a book of the pinebt morality was
contrived by imposters.
2. You believe that the noblest amd the love
liest of all virtuous characters, Jesus Christ, was
imagined and (halm by designing men or weak
enthusiasts, in a dark and degraded and onry
half civilized nation.
3. You believe that, in the very age when
these things are alleged to have happened, thou
sands who were competent to know the facts
were either misled themselves or combined to
4. You believe that these persons, in vast
numbers, submitted to cruel deaths in attesta
tion of these falsehoods.
f. You bell.re. ti.ar - -
spead Itsell over a large part of the earth.
G. You believe that the lands where this delu
sion prevailed have been the most highly civili
zed; the most virtuous, and the most philanthro
pic %Shiek the ssorld has seen.
7. You believe that this scheme of imposture
or delusion succeeded in supplanting the heathen
superstition of ages wherever it came.
ts. You believe that thousands of persons are
now living who find in this system their chief
consolation under tionble, and their chief secu
rity against the teal 01 death.
9. You believe that the doctrines which you
'eject have been examined and adopted by u
large plopoition of the mot sober and philo
sophic and learned and sincere maids that have
ever existed: such as Bacon, Pascal, Newton,
Boyle, Locke, lloward, Curie', and Biewster.
10. You believe that there's not on earth any
system of truth which has greater claims to the
character of a divine relation, than Christianity
and, consegmmtly, that man is without a reve
11. You believe, that NN hen you come to die,
you will have no certainty or af. , ,inance with re
gardl to any thing beyond the grave.
I. Von believ ,, , therefoie„ a mass of
ties more incapable of explanation than all the
v‘orniers of the zevoiation.--American Anscfn-
A Father's Parting Ail% ice.
Press on, my Chihli en, quietly and steadily in
your Chi ',tun: coutro: do not he impetuous, ex
pectmg to adiancc eery tardly. Imitate the
Man who 0 oil! sa). to perform a journey
from here to the West Indies.
lie does not expect to fly over the deep in
twenty-four hams, but he rises every morning,
sets his sails, attends to favoring gales and veer
ing tides, until at lcitg,th, after weeks or months,
he reaches his tie...to:anon: so do you day by day
iise and watch ele..ely God's provldelthal deal
ing-; do nut attempt to act counter to them, hilt
endea% or to improi,c them.
Go on quietly: let your religion be seated
deeply within your ovin hearts. The kingdom
of God is within you. You remembei how it is
said of that bleFsed character, of whom we should
speak with veneration, when she saw• lugh and
mysterious transactions passing before het which
she could not perfectly comprehend, "Mary kept
all these things and pondered them in her heart."
follow her example. Be rot indiscreet ui corn-
Immicating to others. !lave a secret council
chamber in your own bosoms, at which let there
be ever present a merciful God, your blessed Re
deemer and Saviour, the Iluly Split of God,
your own immortal spirit, and the blessed word
Let that be your little council chamber; there
assemble frequently to study the word of ever
lasting life, and linitg all your thoughts and ac
tions to that unerring standard: "Cease ye from
man, 'a hose breath is in his nostrils, for wherein
is he to be accounted ofd"—Memoir of the Rev.
IL Ninth, p. 30•
GUARDIAN S ru rs.—The belief that guardian
spirits hover around the paths of men. covers
mighty truth; for every beautiful and pure and
good thought villich the heart holds, is an angel
of mercy purifying and guarding the cool.
~lt is not the fear of hell or tie det il that
make' Ihe saint, but the love of tin.-