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J. II. LAHRIER. Eflilor.
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vol. Villi. X() X.
61 25 jior Annum.
III. NO :7.
XKW ski; ;s vol,
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ent per i'"nre ''acli insertion.
Businen notices, not exceeding Mines bid in
icr.'til fr ti a year,
Ailrertiuieiits nut m:irlied with'tlic number of
nfrti"ii." desired, will io continue'! till forbid
chafed according to those term.
j. ii. i..i:i!iMi:i:.
Catch the Sunshine.
II V M l. I.IK
- i f it 1 1
:i.'l to .
2 on ;
12 inn 1
1 0 00 !
1 2 00 1
1 1 no ;
D. O. CROUCH, ,
I)T1TSIC'IAX OBico in I'urwonsville.
mi. u. v. wilson',
nAVIXCJ removed his oflici- to the now divcl- j
liiij; nn Second street, will promptly answer
ir,H monnl culls us heretofore, j
C. KUATZHIl, i
aerrliaiit and Lumber IJouler, rorr.er f
il Front iuhI Locust streets, Clcurlield. I
Dec. 20, ISjI.
JIS. II. I AKIlMIFII. 1. TKST j
VH!I1I.1 it T1'.H', Atlorlicys nt Law
J lleiirlirld, I'll., will attend iruiuitly tn Oil- I
l.,.h,l Av,,lwi,w .(-, . Xti.. in rfill-liilil. I
Centre and Klk coulitioM. July ;io. y
STIId. cintimios ihe luihinoKi" l ("niiir MiiUnpr.
and ll'iuxo, Siijn nnd Uriiiiniontiil I'liintiiiK. "t
tliehcii liiriiu'ily iirruii d I y Xruutinnn & llmvc,
at the oii.-t o;id nl Market stroot, n shnrt ilistimcf
west of I.iU' luiindiy. Juno i:i, 1 M .';.
DU. (.I.OIUii: II.SOV roHjicolfHlly giv.
tiolico thnt he linn resumed tho I'm-tii-c
Sledii'iiio, find will (nnnitly uttond tn all i-.illsi -i
lie lifoli'tj-ion. l.ut liir.-lmrr, .A -', 1 s H.
Tlh M I'm i.N, 1 1 A I J lv "i.'K X Oi.
Mill I' iiillKlcrx, ( urwoir villc. An cxU'iimvc
n. -'sin ti'iont nf (.'ii.-tings miide tu ordi'ie
l. .-. ?!.
L. JACKisUN CHANS,
ATTOl: MA' AT 1. W, "ffi-'- n.i.-inlT lis
renidciu'0 nn Si-onnd iriot, I'lin.j t.j, in.
June 1. 1 j I .
II. T. THOMPSON,
1)li) tir iiiiu inn y liu I'iiuihI oilhor ut hin utlii i'
lit ,""iulield' hotel, Cum ctiM'illt', whin i.n
I loll':: ill.il 1 1 uliMlll. llOO. lJI
Morcliuiit hihI I'rmliirc Dealer, I.uUts
tmrg Cli'iirfudd county, l'n.
April 17, lSj2.
KLLIS I II WIN Ai SONS.
VT the iti'iuth of I.i' k Kun, live iniloi fiuin
Clonrnold, .Mi;ilLllA.l'., und cWciiaive
Muniif.ii'tiirorn of 1. amber,
July 2.", 18.-.2.
J. I). THOMPSON,
"I ) lackMiiUll. Wiiiiuk, ljUKn'v &e' &e- ironed
X) on hlioi t nntn e, and the very lie.l .-lyle, nt i.lt
JIU stand in the hoiouyli of Cui nuifi ilie.
lice. 211, I.SjJ!.
Dlt. M. WOODS, having changed hi lnca
tinn liom t'urw en.n ille In t'learliel I, re
ieett'ully ntleu hid lirolef."innal ervieej tu ILl
citincnii nl the latter iilr.co and vicinity.
lici-idcneo on riocuiid etrvet, opposi' !, it of
J. CriHi.", Kfj. "y kiti-
wm. r. chamii:i;s.
ClAKKIF.S on riiairuuikin, Wheel right, and
huimu und ign paint ns ut unveuM iiU .
t'ldir'.Md on. All oidei s prmnj tly iittetnlt d to
Jan. a, IJ jj.
DW. XV. 31. C AirilI'.l.I. lKi-. igK.e:ikd a.
KyU rtnwii, t' lidei his pr.le.i nial .-ei viee,
to the ritixeim of Mmii? and tho udiniui'ij; tnwti
fhipn. lie will ulna. he I'mind at t!:e r'id.'iice
of'l'hos. hvKr, wIkii not profetionally ongnged.
A. T. SCIIUYYKU.
H AS rouiiii'il the r!u ti-e of im-ili -i lie, and
will ntten.1 promptly to all calls in hi." pro
ieMot. l.j daynr night. l!o.id' -nee oppo.-ile the
Aietlu.ilift cliiiich. May 4, Wit. C mos.
Ciiteh Ihe Min.hine ! thouglrit flicker
ThrotiRli h dark and (li.-nnu eloud,
Though it fall;, m faint and lcehlo
Uu a heart with sorrow liow'd :
atcli it iiii. ;,v ! a ,nSijn!,
lVmn.,' riinidly away,
It Iiuh only coino to tell you
There, is yet u hiighter day.
l'n tell tho Hiiuhine ! though 't i onfv
One pale, tliekeiin;.' I.eun of liyht,
There i joy within its gliiunierin-,
Whi.-pering, 't is unt ulwnys night,
lio n't liu luoping, tithing, weeping,
Took up ! look lip, Uku a man t
There's no time to grope in itui kness,
Cntch tlio tun.-liine while you can.
Cnt.'li t'no litililn ! ttinugii life'j tempest
"ay iinluil its thilling I Inst,
Catch the little hopeful straggler !
Storing will not forever inst ;
l'o n't give up, mid cry 'forsaken,"
110 n't hegin to say "I'm sad !"
Look ! there comes u gleam of sunshine,
Catch it I oh I it seems so glad I
Caleli the sunshine ! do n't be greiving
O'er that darksome hillow there !
Life's ii sea of stormy billows,
We must tneH tlieiu every where
Tass riht tLro'jgh them '. du not tarry,
Overcome the heaving tide,
There's a sparkling gleam of Minsl.ino
Waiting; on the other tide.
Cnteh the sun.-hinc I cale'j it gladly !
Messenger in Hope's employ,
.Sent through clouds, through storing A billows,
111 inging you u eup of joy.
Oh ! then, do n't bo sighing, w 'epiug.
Life, you know, i iut u i an,
There's uo lime to sigh nur mrrow,
C.tteh the sunshine wLUe you cu.
Hi' 'til Ii
M'in'1 in, an' i inn d
nl' ii h a .ile urn )i
iris.'. A- inuiiv us
isll ll ililtnuN, l.'(i ,. tt I,,,,,, t,is tll.lt trl- lilis
'"''" I'l'iwceiitcil in (liri'ilti-llilljj lilllllil..',
j wliii h will tiecfimplihl, notliii,. k ,o a
(the only iiitltiiciit. of fot'cn mi niiirh
ilii ii'leil in (lio liiiinU nf tho it, .it I'nw
(oi tetii. litis iniltii'd. It is cnnti'li'iitly
e..eetcl that t lu pro-eiieenf a tnnn (il' vvsif
on these must . at an curly ilnle, w ill i ..i
( this triigecly liei'oie thelites of Jntln,
,I.V liireiii tl. authorities to e.eente
n itliottt delay the ierieriitot s of tins
i Moody deed. The uoj.'t'ess of 1 1 1 ti inl is
i earnestly wulelu-d, not only hy 'he Atii. t i-
can nnd Kurni'can residviits of Syria, lutt
j tin natives munilest lnoti: than mi nrdiiiu-
r v dereeof anxiety to see the issin-of t he
; matter, which has ' herctol'ot lieeti left to
the onlinury sluggishness of llie Turkish
j ovcrnnient, tiiiinlliietieed h nny siieeia!
motive for either riioidilv rr severitv.
t i, ;., . i . " .1
I jui iii-iuo, iioui in, uiiiiji'iiiic an
I'tivatc sotiree, nf a startliii incident, tli
! which oeciivred a few days since in l'atiius- o,,
I ens, ana wlnel, luds l;i:r to rival the most
cxiig-goruted loiiianeeiif llastern story. 'lie
jof the fairest pi.nU of litis terrestial I'ata
;!;si lias forf,'ii,l her iiosition tis llotiri,ir.
t he celestial .'bode of her Turkish Lord,
Lynn indiscreet passion lor a Jen; the
! dragoman of one oi' till' Coiis'llalos of that
Icily. For some time they liaii hecn IlV'Ug"
, outride the l.onds and i'otind of "jt'.dv
i .Matrimony." without any siiJjiieioii I'.'.-.Tlr
' taehitnr to her hdehiv. Jler
oneol tlm ttt'st ladies ol I 'atnaseus, m ije.tii
tv and rank, iil.teed lier lievond siisiiu'Wii,
till ly atfi.e yw nf her paramour, herouilt
wms- discovered, lie ha . visited her in
tltedisouise offemale costume f.r some
time, and was only ilieovcroil a tew davs
since by an indiscretion in his movement
By secret aid, .-he escaped to the des
ert, where she eluded tin' Vetigeant e ol
her piisu.Ts but a few liour. Her body
was cut to pieces mid with tb" etirses ol t ,,,.,u.
tlio Koran, lier mutilated remains were :,,,.,,,.,., ;l .-imiLu' e.v.
left to bleach, uiiburli.d, in token ol'liii' ' of ,lcwi-h pi"-ille-,
shame. In tiie meantime the rfc.itc-st e.- j the etileruise wit!, a
citetnent prevailed in the city, which ! f,,f l.uid and ..tiitabie
i i , .. : i i ' ...:.. T : ' ... . , ,..
iiiii'iut'iieii in iinnnew'i i. .11 i.-iiaic in iui ; ,,t i;iu(ii tiie t.oin
ri' .' ii
V o I'
'l' "int- ii.ni
b ell an i Id A io,
' l"ll of Ollf 1','I'V
.Mi. Muni, Wcie
'Ili'Mlioll the '..,..,
"lie ..f hi-, illu-tti
'sofi, .vidian Maliliiotid, in on i,
Mahliioodeh ealuil, a very few
labor would so.'ii re-tore a li-u'li,,,'
i eel,iate, city, "whose tint i'tiity
'"''" "I' I'le i. tit i.!,i .," 1. 'in MK
li'-ver bee,, a nattii lia,'b,.r Mt tins
the c . ii-1 in . t :. .ii i an ml i li I on,,
be ali.e'etl; -i- i,f.'..etil,c. there Leii...
roi ks f..r about "lie mile in t Lis ,,, ".
bove end below, the shore i-
iis t he coai
I''iV-'ii"',,! iV '.tlV.i" ' V.:;.,v1!';1'; !istrictorColumbia Estabushed
''' lb iinil .-hook inv li.ei.l ,.,..1
I, "has put d on u
"Ihim," I replied,
he cant but ju-t
Olid ill theie times
' 'I" it." Mv wife
coast of Palestine is in
would the importance
rage ju-tiiy the cuter-
uieel.cl at Jall.i m
e day ii fuel that
If of the iiece. ,'i v oi
".'lopinelit of llie
Juxl'tcc ij tie 7'i'K'V, CurirenKi ii'e, I'ei.iai.
Letters frcni tha East.
I'i'r!'4i, Vin e of the Jiaily l'etiti.-y lvauian.
,1 A 1 KA. Allgtl-t C.st, !
At A'-'Xiindtia e took the Trench
te.un-v. which m;, I. i s r. til,ir trips twio
j a month, toie liiu;! at all the pnoeip.il
(.ol!- oil t he S i ian cea-t . They a I e Inod
'; era'.'.' in their i barges and con, In; t.ibly
i fill Il:-he l. and Vel aceoiuiie.ii.iliiie ,li tin'
j ,;-p' slliell of their ll' k.'t-. A ticket !ll-elia-ed
at Alexandria, lor M ar-elllo-, is
g'.iod .or four month- on any of tie- steam
ei'sol'ttds line, of ivhieli tli l c are lour,
itnakitig H"tdar trips nl interval- ol ten
'du'.s tee.i hit, .' at Malta. M e --inn. and t he
jilne vai Italian ports; lirin'ing Koine
, 'vit'iiii on.' day's ride l.y ("", from (,'iv-
ila Yocchia. ils seaport. I no l.'ussian
goV'-rnmeiit ii.i- ju-t cstabl.-hed a line on
tiii- eoa-t, making" foil" line- id' tiist-e!ass
aleaiuei s, all for tiie ostcn-iUe itirMis,. f
tiiiusmiuiiig 'a-.-i iigi rs and the mad. with
whatever If'-ight they can pick tip nbuifj
tl.e coa-t th.mn lie' knowing ones mtl
iii ite that there i- a wiieel within a wheel
in this new revolution of the I n-i.i ii di
ploi,nie , which is watched with a jealous
eye by the 'I'urki-h ( iovermiient, and her
,i.s,n' .',.;' A'!ies. Tlieir prices iireruiu
oil ly cheap, and it is said that (ii-e- pil
;:r!ms, who intend settling in the Last, are
carried Jeee nf r. n-ie. We anchored the
third night in the roadstead of Jall'a, and
willi II e rihifg sun our i;e- li sted en ihis
. n I lit ;it . A hazy atino.-pheie mantled
the d.. -I. ml mountains of India, that have
o often echoed to the foot of piLri iui war
riors of Jewish, Christian and Moslem
faith. In the foregroun I, were the. fertile.
plains of Sharon, decked in living; j.reen.
The pre-ent city of .lall'i ha a population
of s"iiie I , 11 n , ( i incip.tiiy Mohammedans,
though the Jcvi-n and ..'iiristinii ininibi-l.int.-aie
steadily im i '- isii ; ig nt numbers
and inlluenee. Its environs aie beautiful
beyond description, abouniLiiji in every
variety of fruit nnd slirubbery. Here and
I here the summer re.-i lencesof Kuropcans
may be di-covered, euibo-'otned in th"
oraugo and lemon erove-, whicli deluge
the occupants wilh a delicious sliade and
iierfiime, alVording a f"ol retreat froin llie
nallj bale b
ui'se of a s
s lo el!.,- in I,..;,;
such a work. I'.ut t h
. .u." i i .-.oo cesoi i lie. interior as loiei-
ly demands the con -miction of such u har
bor, as the pr-veiilalie oV iiiiiiiy wreck.-.
'A'h.'it ran- inducement for the eiiil, tment
of I'.;',,,- ,, ,-,; Xo railroad as ye!
has been constructed f Jerur-alem. nor is
any in i"'i:!i uiplatioii at an early tiny, as
cm i en! I , r I'orli I by the i.ubiie ores-.
, . i
Vrtelo eoltlitl'V IS ' II ol'l. .li m g Ulldcf
position, as prophetic m'-tinti-; tr-mi ''; and who
in s.iy wh it its luttive I-til lie,' ill'' f
onv o Ani".ie:t.i agi'ieii tura i-ls. n'.cntil
ed with the laic Mis. .Minor, ill her elt'orts
to esttihl.sh a Jcwi'i settlement on
tin -e plains has abandon, d the oidd i.i i-c
tor uie ueser.i, wiui tile exceiition ly.
.v.iunders i.ie, lamdy, v.'lin re-iu,' in the
city -im e the "HI. .," i.u the t'uu!v of 1;-
Oll. W ho ad I o-i clU 'd tK Wo k wit
.gi'.-a! " .1 up to tl.e time of their s,d mi
indiscriminate massacre : so long u- l!u
thirst of blood was unaiiiiea. cil and llie
dragoman had escaped their band-, lb
h id mysteriously been rc-cued ftom pri-oii
and transferred lo Heirul. l-'iotii thde hi
"' still pointed out n
I' ng.aiel has ,"
HUieiit, in charge
alio haw; einloucd
liberal cxpcnditui c
houses. The lioit-e
r, on the sea .shore, is
with a sul,.
A-j In in, I
ii" Ad my
' Hided it hack to h. i
"Ned I'.oWeii," .-.he
"The more shame
"be can't al!"id il ;
crape alon.' any how,
it ain't right lor him
: 1 i
-uiiieii m i,cr sail wav. and tool:
l.er back lo hin, t,at' 1. l,,
The next evening she as.,, ,i ,,
would g0 will, her lo see the I'.oWeii.-,
'"','" '"ll-'etioii we started.
I knew that Xed Hotvi ti did a small hu
snie.-s that Would ,.;ive him ahout SSI 1(1 a
year, and 1 tho', it would . worth while
:" " hat that -tun w.uld do in the wav
ol hoii... keeping. ', ,. a.lmitted bv
Xed. and welcomed bv Xed's wife, a very
ncal bttle l.ody ol whom Mr-. Slaekuat.'r
1';,1'1 '', 'M :l .-''' leal, as thev liad been
ehool-inatc,'. All w..,,,. uieJasv,a:c, and
vi I as substantial a- iio conduit was
ivnttet, .,1! over '!;, ,. The eveuii,,
ai--ed -nine how or f rin r tho' we had lio
relresliuients, nn article which we tievT
bav. al home, but always wanl when el-e-
win-re, and 1 letm
incut with mingled
"i hat a pity," I said lo mv wile,
I'' '.' en don't keep within his incoin.
"He dues,", he replied.
'low can he on ssuo," j said,
gives slO to lli-.i charity, ami Sj 'to
mid liv es so snug and eoud'oi tul,e (oi
"Sliail I u il you
"' '; tain!;. . ii , cm V
..11! ....... , .
in- w ne, said mv
as e.i-e t t e.-i ii'lt I. e:.ii
" ! ribl.on- and lac,.-, as ,, i
i.a c no I l int lait what t i
given them ,y - -11 1 . 1 1-v li
I lo my ou ii c-tabli-.h
chiigol' j lea ii
' if he
one ol the
i ellcs of tra-c.i-l
i ion.g a- the
I when IV-
v ill .icbiihly make his cscapi? I
belief of ere.hih.
ter denied ihe Saviour, and w hieh is - how n
to hi- day ill Church of the Ccnaculum,
en Mt. '.ion. The name of X.ipuleon i
still remembered wit h terror in t his cit y,
w here in
; an ati.i.'eii.i ;it
i rout to 1V:i
ilill leicd h
save ins iioiiy iromtlie torcii ot t he .Ho-i. m
Mrs. 1 'igdiy, i(,'(M Ijidy l.llenboi ough, v. ho
has lived for some time with tie: Mieik of
l'almvra, (tor w hom she has cherished the
ino-t lender regard,) after procuring by h
lier lirihes and inlluenee Willi the enamor
ed Lord of the llesert, the divore of hi-
Aral) wives, mid constituting lieisell hi-: tin.it ion ( for t he pi
l,ilici n, :md siirrouiidui',' ins position with ,e, , order that n m i
eerv ln.Mirv that her ami'le ineaiis could I tjtu. jo.si now '".in" int"-
.' ... . . .. '.i .:c e 1.; . ' . ' .
pine oe ;. uu- graiiiicawn oi io- s. ii--., ion account ot me olagn
has nt la-t broken lailh with the heretic, i and on tiie l.'.n
and loll him to seek a more ortnodox con
ii.- army, .
:;:e he tmd'ili
to A'-i... W,.
to take the
ut, and shall reach our des
scut . I a m .on as 1" i.-si
cipc a (iiar.in
' repay by a tii,a,-aiid lilt
j lie.-.-; t hi y ll-e 'l bee;',
I setilial to his heal' h i.- it
j ilu'li he Inn s no ei'ars,
I apple.- at leu per cent, on
. . .i.i
'iai:,'.'- u'. ,g , , i. ,i,
ii. .v novel-, or ra.fc
no ran-li used : in
Siaekwater. In.i .. ,
It w a- the lir-; wor
V. ife had ever interred
and it cot me to th
should say it sewc
el- too the.,- have
-it iv thill :- eliing
him'' it lust
or :: worth of
iy them. They
v raise mi'l bin e
eti I:-, bom i h ' v
ueli i-. net as es
is to ours ; and
or ice eiealii, or
', or can ly, i r
- that iOe --1 1 ! i
rt. mv dear Mr.
', h,s '," . I !"'
u sii.sj'ieion mv
iiiie!,. Cut mei' I
me lip, nnd mv nock-
n ill hole-
i.i rv (?
tie, ! o ii
for the time
d iiiarriage w
being she.di -
i it-ii has given
Tho Hole in my Pocket-
1 1 i- ii"iv about a e ir iiice in v
i .. . i : . . : .,
soivc- uu- iiu.eii linn i nige on ii ii. is g. i en j u i- now ai.oui a eir -nice mv wo
ri-e to o much scan. l;d. hi keeping with i -aid to n.e one day, 'Tray Mr. hn knator,
the eccentric characters one meets in the have you that hull dollar' ub"tit -oii I hat
Hast, is the folloixing nddre-s, which di.- ' I au... you thi- n.ei uing ?" I lei' in mv
claim any earthly nationality : "I ler 1 livim- wai-teoat oeki I, and 1 felt in mv broch.'s
Miije-tv, the Zion Ilolylihost, Kni u'ess of i p,H k.-t and I urno. i my purse in'sidu "tit,
llie Cuivei'sc, bcbvi d bride, of Heaven, ,t:t it u all empty sptici wliich is cry
passcno: to tlli Holy City, Aligcl of the J dilid elil fr. 'l.l s ecic ; so I sa d .. Al IV
Xew Jerusalem." Slack ivater ,"I've lo-t it, m dea;'. oo-i-
with gi'(.;it pleasure lud'orv . lively, tlide nr.i-t lie a hole in my puck
Unite i Stale.-, that a kind of ; i t !"" 'Til sew it up." she said.
. burning heat and ollen-ive o lors of the
.Iv. Alaitiii-ts are imt Wiintino in this
part of the wuihlto niiignily the rumors)
! that leach one everywhere, of tho unsal.
ONE door east of Montelius .1 Ten Kyok , f tho colm, V' , lu, niiWsi,creof(,Tirii
Ktoro All liusinc.. entrusted to b.m w.l . , upHsintl of Ihe Mos-
be promii y nttended to, nnd all instruments o I , ' ." " J . . .,,
writing iono cn short notice. lems a in war of extermination nnd without
March, 31, lSoS.-y. at Inching undue importance to general ru-
' I mnr, I would slate from jiersonal experi-
P. W. BURCTT. ' enee and observation, that the tenure of
i'KOM'CK AXI LtbMHER hfc and jiroperty oy t. iiri.-tiaiis were never
jretngrupical, stati-lieal, and scientdic rc
eonnoissauce of ralc.-tine was contetu'la
ted by a liumbei' of wealthy, iiilhiential,
and scientific gentlemen ol Xew York, in
reference to the construction of a railroad
from some suitable point on the Mediter
ranean coast, between l'.eiru t and ( ill.a, to
j the "great river the river LuphraU's"
i near its entrance into the Persian. Jailii
'would be preferred as the western termin
1 us of this great Orieiito-uecidontal thor
oughfare, in order that the ruiiroad may
pa-s near the Holy City as possible ; but
! the want of sullicieiit harborage at that
1 city, it was feaicd would give Kaifa. (iaza,
Acre, and several other (ibices, a decided
advantage over the Uiluviaii city as the
Jew s claim it to have been a trndili.ni,
by the by, lo whicli its ancient name lends
some probability on the score of analogy
lor it was called Jnphan, from Japhet, son
ofXoali, say they be I'm c ;t v. as connoted
into Joppa. lint I am happy lo leirn
from l'r. liari'lny, who has be n spending
t-everal weeks ut JatV.i, and who allows me
to state the fact, that the. ob-!ac!e on that
score is by no means insuperable. It bii'i
occurred to him that the ('lace whence
vessels set sail for Tar.-hish-Mhat I'llnua
Thule of the ancients extending evident
ly us far as Jirittannia, and which seems to
bnvo been provided with a place of shelter
in the days of Solomon, 11111-; have h id
something more desci vjug of loo nam.- ol
harbor than the slight shelter alt'orded by
the few scattered rocks lying iinniedialcly
in front of the city. Accordingly, in ma
king an exploration of the wide valley
thnt sepcrates the city lrom the surround-
I lir i vol or C:n.-v--Ti- .11110 nfc!,. s,
has become an ; , .'.,'..,. iii the L'uil d
Sdite-'. It i.. cultivated in all parti of the
''unity : club, me springing up in ct ey
large town ; some (1 tlt,- titles have sevei-
;al ol tho.ii : sal s where th" ame goes
J "ii iv;. 1 din ly ;.i ci v nn nn i ..io ; and I lie
j publications whi. li d vote ui"ic or h-s
! spil' e to ehe-s a-e muuiieted by the -core
, e believe that the only seli .j . M'hl-ive-j
I.V devoted to ihe-sj-the "'.'..-.. ., '.,"
,"ft;is cily, conduct,, tl,y ' . (.'i-ke
-and Paid Moiphy. which in one year's
J I line be - c-tal li-bed I he highc-t ch.'ii iicler
, I" i'- tl' pii.ii. ,ei,!. MVi Morphy, in the
j I Jay oi' ihe game, holds ihe uiuivi'hd
I cinel't. '.in-hip f 1,;., coiin'ry, and hi- i-it
'"'"":'l limy crown him with the laurel of
unbeaten -kill over Ihe magnates of the
An hour :ir two .ill.-r. I met. Tom Sl, l ,. i I'1'1" cliess World. ! Would he llller-
bilis. "How did the ice 01, am s, t '' sai.l c'" to ,il!:lt'.' Upon the causes of lids n -
ly. And, a
that mv mi
pea , for Mis.
makes p inai Ls :
silled lue at hie:
there wa- no h
could 1 do out lilt my cruvv
i-n't there, really."
IVfore a week had gone
who like a dutiful helpmate, as
ways gavo inn her loo.-e than
r a L-"i cent piece that
aid I, "likethesun glnrious-
1 spoKc, it l.asheil upon me I
sing hid! iloliar had paid for
however, 1 held my
backwater souul inies
id even when she as
ut next morning that
in my pocket, what
re ot ehe-.-. which would be found
Iv eounected with I ho advance id' neon.
thought, in all tle-
keeping : "
tried, so ) 1
c V. a- :
id i 1 1 y
d .1 n
tioii. then :n t!
ri I ;u 1
IV' n'. "v
ter 1. pai
with 1 isti
J I Igll'.-V t-
"Sill c 1
she is, nl
e to Lei j,
she d promj-ei.i ,!
'"lit- a UlOllle.it." I
ill'Uilie- ill thi- di
i.er ; "bni v in-iiiK-t
ub-Ti ea-urv lor
1 lioor Wo,i;iii at
1. mv -1
ii hi-i I..
I i.e 'p mv l'o' l.et
I.u kv.ali r ; thi
oW lnaliV in. 'IV
I, or or -'iiiii
1. f. "p. n."
-aid M I's. Slack w
1 am, it's gone !
rate, that is seientilii
1 'aliment- o; luunaii knowledge, t is not
liom the in.-titict ol'a cursory caprice, that
sensible men dilate upon tho fortunes of
an imperiled Che-s King, and watch for
hours the hazardous ma, c, of a pawn
drawn across Ihebeieaguied area of a chess
board. The human mind is throwing of)'
puerility even in its intervals of recreation.
Cards have given way before che-s strate
gy ; luck is becoming absorbed in the skill
of exact calculation.""
Convenient to this rpccl'iHt; is a little
volume the invention, we tliink, of lr.
Kogol which was published soiiig years
ago.,, went nut of print, i t has la'.ely'beeli
lied by Ihe Applelon-. The piece.-
ti lly int" iiocl.i t-, and allow tin-
to be play ed at -ea. in a car, ol
"i e a- g means of retaining
u.v -r. J'h-m or p..-ition. Th
. - ,1 1 . , , , . .
Iff-' ' c;l,., an I llie I "j.ll'd, Wlllel, Is 111
ie thinnest volume, can he
iT:t J 1 1
i- .' 1::
Mc I --dd
1 mil h.
I fcclv iell ill the
iter : :
.n v win- di-ni's.-iii iier promt. . . an
t hen, ill her'.piiet way. n-k' d me to change
my pniiia'oon- bef ui' I went out, and lo
bar all argument, laid another pair on my
That evening, idloty me to remark, gen-
mg jduM ol Sharon, the Aiieronl l.nrometer tlemen ol the species, "liustiainl, 1 was
clearly indicates that n portion of il is, very loth to go home to tea; I hud half n
even at this day, a little lower than the mind to bote souin bachelor Irieml, und
level of the sea. lie observed, too, that when hunger and habit, in the unussum-
hcii nhells werei everywhere to be found in ing muticr, one on each Mile, walked me
llie touch ol the brass
CE, Luthersl.urK, Cli
JL'fiTIi'K OK THE 1 so tireciirious as at the prevent time in the
Cleartiolil Co., I'a. 'East. The repeHted and iii'L'ruvated in-
nO'.....l In I .,. 1'. . 1 , il-d t.t.,1 -.)t;t.l...it T'..-
JT f lfPT-r 1" hulls oaeir'i 10 mm n ..' .'.-.-. .11 j.n
. Li. CUllLirj. ..; ,i. ...,,. ,.r 1...1.1..1.
1 .,-...... 1 ,..i 1 h in.ni ., .I .. .1.- tins val'ev. exccft nliereconrealed bv the up to my mt 11 door,
m ................ , ...v n,n, ,ne lniiiiuiaii ouuagu uitiiuisi me , .. , ,. ,. r , , . ,
I.mixu I'vlitn...-We had the I'lea-ure
of seeing yi-teid:iy ut a gentle'iiiin's resi
lience in this city, two little gttls w!,o
iresented in themselves a singular physi
ological study. Their iige'i v. cr-respectively
nhi" nnd eleven year-, while tluw
weighed but thirteen and liflcii pound-i,
and their height from crown to sole is but
iwentv-nine ami tinrlv-one inches, re
lion. . A.Woode, of Yii-ginla, in are
cent speed, in the federal house of repro--"iitat
ivcs. Huh recites the history of the
e-labli-hmeiii ol the seat of government at
Vashiiigton. Il will be new, perhaps-, to'
' nine of our readers ;
At Ihe close of the war of Ihe revolu
tion when our arms were triumphant,
when Hie power of Itrilain was overthrown,
and victory hud perched upon our ban
ners, the army which achieved this glori-011-
triumph was left in a. state of destitu
tion. The lime had com when that ar
my was to I,,, di-baiided. and tho veteran
cituon-soldier return to hi loYig-noglecled
home. I'.i.twheu ho was without 'pay
without a cent of money in his pocket, far
an ay from Ids home; all tattered nnd
torn all wearied and worn ho was to bo
disbanded and turned loose 1111011 tho
j Hoild. without even a settlement ofue
j muni-. ,. knew not what allowance
wo.d'1 he made for him by (he country
vlio-e 1 iieiihes he had ciiiiouered, anil
I whose liberty he had achieved. Creatnnd
! extensive di-conteiit prevailed, and then
1 was danger ot a general mutiny. Neverwasj
I the address ,J (iciieiul Washington put to
I severer trial : but. lie Jin ally essayed ihe
I task, and his eir.,i'ts were crowr.e'd with
success, j . spun oi patriotism was dif
lusi d throughout the armv as 1111 ninniin.
I lion of his soul. Order was restored, the
army di-pcrscd, the liberties of America
'established upon a lusting foundation,
, At Lancaster, Pennsylvania, there was u.
. cai.'iou of raw recruits who refused to bo
lappcavil, and who refused to submit loho
j disbanded, by the terms which were ren-
dered imlisiensable by the actual poverty
Hi the government. Ami venting their
!"1.-1'' 11 '"I vow ing venaeance, they took up
! the line of march for Philadelphia, where
i the ( 'ontitienlal Congress was in session.
Their approach whs known in PhiladeN
1'hia. Congress called on the corporate
authorities to provide the means of resist
ance and protection. The corporate au
thorities referred tiie ijuestion to the State
authorities and, pending the delay whicli
intervened, the mutineers had reached
the city. The house in '-.'liiuh the sessions
were held wa- surroum.ed by the enraged
-oldieiy. The passways were bio. k;;ded
w ith li.xisl bayonets, and a demand was
made on the Council, who assembled in
the same hou-e, that the accounts should
be .settle. I iii twenty minutes ; and this
m. .;.-.. ;.v wa.- accompanied with the threat
thai, uiile-s I heir demands were satisfied,
the soldier. Would be turned loose, with
anus in lln ir hands flee from all the 1'i;t
-irailits o the law.
Py some means, of which I am not dis
tinctly informed, the nil lllbcrt' ell'ected
llnir escape, and before they dispersed
in confusion, theyagreed to re-assemble at
Princeton, und lot some lime their future
-e-sions were held there. After this morti-
j f ing outrage and ll.igriuit insult, Congress
)i - 'ied mat it w,,s necessary tn estublisli
tlm sent of government in a locality and
limb r such 1 irciims liinees where they
might exert a power and authority nde
'U:, le to tlieir own protection ; and this
ih-lcrminatioii seems very generally to
haw settled down in the public mind.
At an early stag of the proceedings ol
the Federal Convention which framed the
constitution of the United States, a reso
lution was adopted instiii'ting; the com
mittee lo insert a clause insuring an ede
(piuto authority in the federal govern
ment for all the purposes of self-protection,
w hich resulted in the clause now found in
the constitution establishing an. exclusive '
.jurisdiction w ithin this district.
The Ixsim: ami tiik Oi Tsinr. There i-,
a great ileal of practical wisdom and gen
uine philosophy in the following quaint
esi iiy w hich we find in one of our exchan
ges ; and shall assist in sending it around.
"A house it naturally divided into two
halves, the outside and the inside. To
111.111 belongs the former, to woman the lat
ter. Whether this bo the luw ol
niilttv" or a law of custom, lius heel;
disputed: but we Ihink thero can be
no doubt about it. Were it not a law oi
nature, it would have been resisted by
some people. Its universal adoption and
(ri ', alcnee proves it to be an established
fact a law which neither act of parlia
ment nor custom has power to rejienl.
The outside of tho house consists of all
nth productive lalior 11s supplies the material-
for domestic comfort, and the inside
eoii-i-'ts of the preparation and arrange
ment of such materials for the good of the
lauiily ; two very tiiU'erent and distinct ol
liocs, and nature, has very wisely provided
a sex for each. Tlm tyyo sexes urn only in
their proper spheres w hen respectively sn
pcriiilcnding these two departments, ano
I symmetrically made, healthv and lumpy
children, aide to talk, sing, dance and play
like other children of their age.
What is remarkable about these little
fairies 11101 cover, is the fact that tlieir fa
ther and mother aro mortals of the ordin-
.;-,,- ..,,,1 !,.. , , ,,.,..- 1 , 1,...
-.1 - - - - .-r,-...,- ami llie nniinmm uuii.iu oigaiiisi. inc , .,1 1 1 .- ,. , 11 1 ill 11 i . 1 -'-' ",'. 1. .n 1 whuk'-' I'loiori
adjoiniiiK bi residence, nn Market -tree ,....;.... r..,.,;- ,;,. ,,roi;:tc nt .r,,,- with which a large (.or! 1011 ol it ha-- knob made my blood run cold, hut do , ,1 .rtr :.,. ,,1,1
r-. . . ... ..... , Ainrin 11 iiitiiii iv1 " ii'u- fin vniii, . i. 1 1. 1 i,1T- l-i i i . . 'f... ..... ....
A. B SHAW,
l?. .a .Ahw.villercicartieldoountT.Pa. ' hands ol the Ltighsh and 1-rene
v-V.-:n. 1...1 is. 1H.-.5. i readv ihe smoke of their torm
. - -riLB anrl Feebi.
j have given loclse reign to these' fiendish been overspread for horticu,,,1Hi j.urpos- not think Mrs. Siaekwater is a Tartar, my ,laVB ,M lh ,0 their' ages.
Z,. n,;.i,wr. wl.n in'i,K. 1 he Southern extremity ol this sen- good Inends, bccu.se I thus shrank ro.n , .... lnUt.n crinsitv tl,
Ishmaelitish sepovs, who in one instance c!- 1 u i.e. .. exi e .oiy 1 ,n,s senii- ' i" , u - Tlioyarea much greater curiosity than
have received merited punishment a the cirouiar iwm, , ' .,"-v 11 ' V V . , '., V . "V , "Ar.tw," who made so much excite-
1 had invested, us
A Li. f-'indi ot in..
fh Al- Sl,l1' 0X,e,"'inK ni'rossit, about thirty broad, culled to my 1
1.- ieet in hem it : nut III llie nnruiern end -J cent iiece, w t.icu 1 nan invesieu, us ;.i:..,;. ... 1 . ; 1 . ,1. ". i;,.i.. ..:.a . .... 1 ,
readv llie smoKe 01 ineir lorment mis , . , , , , , , ... . . , 1 , noui.i;, nnnu uirn- nine gui-iiic ongni
beenM 'edbythe Moslem fanatics, and ai',,"lel ony V,'1"''' 1 T'T '."T -T ,nV1"' l" 1 S"',0,0 ! .! intelige.it, as well as diminutive. -
-.EBi.r-vixiiBii . , , J. ...'.I .1 rik'o. It would seem that both of these that is to say. 111 cigars; and 1 feared to ti,.,., .. ;n .7t 1. : ....1.1; i.u.:.:....
'I'iursrt. Vienna rmenr.
Vr. UJ1QK1JE JJK'JW
CUBA HOTEL, JAYNESVILLE, PA
lar. grati. of. "V , la H e, i,i, ll .o-n bnk. have been accumulated by the long, think of her comments upon
- ' 'd,8,nnt lr n1 J Ihi'V m continued action of the waves, in co-npeT- loons pockets.
Be, Mju. -m ;-onedat J e n , . j'1 11 " ation. perhaps, ivith sand-stones, 8wee,!ing Thus things went on for son
NESVILLE. PA. ! te,!e7of gnli U'e ' T lt -er tL patches of sand in the i,,,,m,liate jve were poor Jo begin with
. ' that district, w here the Iin.
They will not be made a public exhibition,
but will live natural lives in privacy, with
their relations, although they might make
a fortune for a ftlion-man. They are
f1.ii,.i.iiir,1r V.i'i.Hu rlt ! 1,1 isn n.i.l n,.nl.il.M
v i- : - k . i' .1- ll,,l I., ll.ia mu a li i .r...i. .,- ftr nl nim t-utn nnrtol.iti Inul . 4 . - .
i . viciiiiiy oi eacii. j-ui oc wn . ;v j j,rptiy to the enteituinment of a few
p foi ; hon. f , is evu C."t tt0 1,111 on '"'"." " 7 r" . " J friends invited to meet t hem yesterdav.
?oPr SLiuSTC- wX ts, of the Legation at Cons.antmop e, ;MBt ono tm a ponn.ula, if ..ot ' 1, u",; 'Ur,
ill find thii . convenient houU. i and ournewly ap(H..nted Consul at lU-.rut, ( MmtU ftnd tlmt Mpt urjcc float- the lag s si pped f.oiii it in a main er most j
Miyis, 1853, JolIS JORDAN. withgrtit energy and 7.001, ana wun an . h cftrdens arc now nourishing, in iiii'i.o.eio.r,.la-,s ..is,",r,,,s, e.rtT.ome renins mis conceived the tail
- j. armed vessel of war, with sUrs and stripes, ..jjpfjijjj, hypothesis, my infor-'
1 Tl AILR0AD HOI'SKi corner of Mnin nnd ut ils ma thcad, an example might at onco . ' Lttrnej from seV?rnl old inhabitants,
j.v noire Pireem, uriiok vij.i.ii, i. 1 1k, lim(0ol tlieso wreteliei that wouia oov- -J. r;,l nf Hi drreeo ection.
!er with jrlory the America,, .mine, which, cxtouticl tmlf way up this valley.1
till now, has been powerless in the Turk. T)lis vk,. of tho peninsular . haiMctrrof
feb.Sl.'58. R.R. MKAXS, Proprietor.
WrBlauk f-r tl at this Office.
Sl eeti'velv : Vet ilhcv io n in nil i-esoeets i CHI h is evidently out of plaCO lllld SOUK
wiial tmcomioriai'ie w nen ircs()iissing on
the other's ground. Wives are proverbi
ally fond of giving advice and doing a lit
tie business in ihe masculine department,
and men are no less proverbially tempted
to belie their sex, and take upon them
selves such authority in the housekeepin."
linens reminds us not a little of the bull
in the china shop. A kitchen man is
very troublesome fellow, nice especially
if he sit all day in the arm chair by the
fireside, advising, directing, criticising,
grumbling und commanding. His wife
must be possessed of a most remarkably
passive pnture to endure it will, patience,
and he himself gains little by it, except
perhaps, it may lie the dishclout pinned
to his ooat tail by some wag of a girl, who
has couragH pud independence of spirit lo'
beard the lion in his den. A wife who in ,
terleres with her husbulid's workmen, oi
who coines between him M his customer
to show her ow n talent for business, nnd
the incupneily of her lord, is equally in
-uM'erable. There may at times be a i.eci
sity for hot II these exchanges of relation
ship, but they are always accompanied L.
disagreeable fcel'mus, and urn genernllc
di-ct'i'ditiiblc to one or both piries,"
lomti mnr. tlm ;
"And such was Ihe ft8 of poor Paddy 0, j;Rnt i,l(,rt to (( tlo l-vcrs jnt(, ,((.
Thst l.i'iiure had the more rent?, an lie had iry service in case of war because their
Ihe fewer." charges aro so great that no one can stand
At length one day, my wife cninein ,,,,'