Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, September 12, 1867, Image 1

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(lined roil= arts pawl/is fist`aidi
usertion. All retsobstions of Alticelationa ;
na uunications of limited 'or'individusd
interest, and ttotioeit of glitiisBol Ct . /NMI*
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t.:stray,Cantion. ..... snd, ,and - other
advertisetmentd, hot' •; /0 tinus,'
- three weeks or leas,•.' • • '. - .1111" 60
taulinistrator i s itlksostill44lo . 4. :9 .00
A u ditor's - Noticea,...„ :: - .*.1 . 950
Business Omits. five-lincit. (iltr;year).,.s 09
Merchants, and othersa_advertislog the*
business, will be cluned 1120. rpm, will
be entitled to I oulltwo, confined ushudra
iy to their businessoritliTaiiiiegeoichaugei
Os -Advertising in all usses,excutunve•of
s ubseriptionto thepaper. -' • i- - .
; JOB PRINTING of every kind, In Plain
and Fancy colors, done withateatnesti . and
dispatch. Handbills, Blanin, Oards, Paw,
phtots, Ac., of every Twisty and style, prin
ted at the shortest notice. The •PMMIMII
Omen has jast.been re-fitted with Power
Presses, and every thing in the , Printing
tinti - can be( executed in the most artistic
manner and Ist the, rctivest rates. litithill
rtiVAHIAN I AT CASH. 1 , •
I (Wig.
/2 . EORGE MONTANYB, AT
kft TORNEY AT LA W—Ofilce corner of
!fain and Phis streets, opposite Parkes Drug
t Store. •
nOCTOR EDWARD S. rERIr.DTS,-
IJ offers his prat:Wont services to the eta.
tens of Frenebtoam sad 'vicinity. Oins prompt.%
IS attended to.
May 28;1887.-1r
VIT -T.. DAVIES, Atiiiorney at Law,
V V • Towanda, Pa; Office wigh,Wm. Wat
kins, Esq. Partici:di& attention_ paid to Or
phans' court - laminate and settlement of deco.
4onts estates.
111 ERCUR Av MORROW, Auorneyi:
IY4 at Law, TowandsoPenn's,
Tfie undersigned having associated themselves
ogether in the practice of Law, oiler their pro
te,,si,inal services to the palate. .` •
ULYSSES higRCIIII P. D. MORROW.
March 9,1g65. ;.1
DATER - 3K & PECK, Arrosautya
L►w. Offices Patton Block.Towanda,
.11 Patrick's block, Athens; Pa. ! , They may be
,:oubuhed at either place.
a. w PATRICK, ap11.3
IiB.:McKEAN, ATTORNEY &.
.•COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Tolim
a,: Pa. Particular attention paid to busixtesa
:n the Orphans' COM July 20. 1136&.
ENRY .PRET, Attorney at Law,
'rowan la. Pi. . Jun 27, 66.
D R. IL WESTON,' DENT.I,97;- . -
Office-lu_Patton's Block, over Gore's Drug
and Chemical Store., - Maned
LIDWARD OVERTON Jr., Ati r or-
Uney at Lim, Towanda, Pa. Office tII 'the
Court House. July 13,1866.
R. R. DAVIES, LERAYsvuls, PA.
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has • permanently located at the *Mee
ornierly occupied by Dr. B: - DeWitt, for the
practice of his profesa , on. May 9.1867.
VEIN N. CALIFF, ATTORNEY
EP AT LA IV, Towanda, Pa. Also, Govern
'Ant Agent for the collection of Pensions, Back
Pay nod Bounty.
SA - No charge unless enceesaftil. Offleetver
he Post OfHoe and News Room. Dec. 1, 1864.
...IIOCTOR B. DaWITT, PHYSICIAN
.1.1 AND Susosow.—May be found during the
day—unless otherwise engaged—na
few doors, below Codding A, Russell's . . Bsl.
dence corner of William and Div'idon-sts., 144..;
17 04:opted by E. A. Parsons.
Toesada, April 28. 1887 .-1y•
D. STILES, M. D., Physiiiian and
- . Snrgeon, would announce to the people of
Rothe Borough and vicinity =that he ham
ally locate i at the place formerly occupied
!R
Dr. G. W. Stone, for the practice of his prof*-
- 54. Particular attention given to the treat
) meat of women and children, as also to *eine&
tice of operative and minor surgery. Oct. •
fIR. PRATT has removed , to State
1-/ street, (first above B. 8. Rsa Wilt's'
3tak). Persons horn a distance desirous at con*,
midair him will be most likely teAnd him on
Sau;rd.sy ,
each week. Bipedal attention will
be given to surecal cases, and the extracosa of
teeth. Gas or Mu administered when desired.'
July 18,1866. De 8. PRATT, IL D.
DOCTOR CHAS. F. PAINE.-Of
fice in Gions'a Drug Store, Towinds,_Pa,
Calls promptly . attended to at all how.
Towanda, November 28, 1888.
JDW'D MEEKS-!-AUCTIONRER.
All letters addreored to tam at - 13ogar
Bradford Ca Pa.; will metre prompt attention:.
LIRANCIS E. POST, Painter; Tow;
1 (Leda, Pa, with 10 yearsexperience, Is Cali;
ent he' can give the beat satisfaction In Paint!
.n.g, Graining, Staining, Glazing, Paperiwte.
sir Particular attention paid to Jobbing in the
,wantry. • Aprlll9, 1866.6
JK. VAIraIIAN —Architect. and
• Bl;ilder.—All kinds of Aribiteetural
igus furnished. (Ixnamental work itu.Btone,
Iron and Wood. Office on Main street, over
Ras ell fr. Co.'s Bank, Attention given to Ra
ft] Architecture, such is laying out of grounds,
&c. April 1, 1867.-Iy.
J. NEWELL,
COUIVY SURVEYOR,
Orwell, Bradford CO. , Pa., Will promptly attend
to all business in his line. Pulacular attention
given to roaming and establishing old or diva.
ted lines. , Also to surveying of all anpattented
lands as loon. as. warrants are obtained. myl7
W. HERSEY WATKINS, N D =
iT • Public is prepared to Asks.
on:, Acknowledge the Execution of Deeds,
' , mimes. Power , of Attorney, and all other
Inaummuts.lkladavits and °that pipers may
be mom to before me,
Office opoMte the Banking House of B. S.
ankell a few doors north of the Ward
1 Toiranda. Ps., Jan, 14, DO.
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D.:' KNAPP,
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Watch*iiker:iind Dealer to gents and Ladles
Watehei Challis and Finger Rings,Olpeks,.Jew
elrx„. 9pld liana, Spectac l es_, Wirer ware, Plat; el4scare,
el4scare, Hollow ware, T himbles , ;Wm, Mewing Ma
' chines, and , other good" - belenghiglo a kmral=
ry Store.
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Perticular attention tog ahlogi N.
lin old place near the Post OEO. aill. s!* ;
Y. I Dec. 3,1868 -
j OEN_ MORAY,- '
ARTIST rMD PROTOGBAPHEIL
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'Winpromptly attend to an business hills Unit.
lipeciallittetition given to Landamvi and_ Stem:
.3scopio Photoitsphy. Maya of Yeanl Beat
deuces, Stores. Tana Stalin"
,Axitmals,
shiete, eta., Lakonia the beat manner. _
• • Particular attention • given to' the novel NM
beautiful gluier:qv* repilleatition of olideotii. l i
Orders received at Wood a Harding% Photart
reptile Art Galkry, Towanda.!
Myriads , Ape' 13,1867.—y1. ,
THE. UNDERSIGNED HAVE
opened a Banking H
M ASOouse in Towanda, toP
oer the DU* Ci G. P. N is CO.
They are prepared to draw Bills or Ex
change. aid - malts eollectians la New York:
MadelPtlii, and an paUMi of -the united
States,., u also Engka4, Germany, and Pees.
lo Loan mewl. receive deposits sad to ado
general Basking badness.. •
G. P. Eason was one dt the late Eng of
luPorte,. Eason co., of ;. Emends ( Ps. i "and
his knowledge of th e baldness mien Di
snlOdJoicing Counties And - haft at=
anEng business . for abcintlittate years snake
his house a dadtable "Am% through tO
• v. luso%
A'. 0: EASON.
TORlttal 00. 1 INI6
THE ASTOR FIRE INSURA.NOS
of Nei Ult.
.Agency IotoSIS
_ CArITAL $400,001)."-
Dindood for 1866, btlocent.
IiONTANTE d~ WARD.
Towliods, July:26, 186fi • -•- '
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paKassa Station.
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',township, Csadat .ty, .'• .: -INW,hur
00 sons. To bland !slots. ; . —,,. -
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•• Potter County . Tands.i v awn* thibered
with Pine. Hadk, hilt. 7 tatura
's follows follows : .t,
4 1k4iste - NO: 4 . 43
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..4755, 990 . 03st sat dot
' fork s d ths " h. _ : sal
Sylvania towashl f . ,L
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Tracts No. 4767 i 9 0 sores • No. 4709,400
Sorts ; No. 4690, 400 setts ; - town
ship. line of Appi l ot.,l:sters of Nadia
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Tracts No. 59174100 Sao ; Na 5710,1060 .
saes i' No. 5823, •00 stra;; yo. 5924 k 1082
sexes 75 perches : No. 5912; 1100 soris„No.
4930, 1100 sores • No.. 1100 sopa; No.
4929, 1100 ; In a • town
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Trade No. 4717, pe saes ; 4 , 890 satire ;
•ANet* ppot a ONO nd Blewarthow tOwsships, nesi,Mtdo
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Tracta No. 4910,637 *den ; {Cu; 600 '
Wharton townsidp . rosinbron lly chi, .
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Two hundred ali seria-6je
aels prime,
first class coal bind. Blakely towns liGilst•
'ems count . Pa.,114.11 wity. , bettreen fkampts
am c Very nor the Ilailtrity; ,
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One thousand sales 11l t -fall AlLtill3llll
colt land striat 11 mlleir riortli4ist 'of Walrus
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Barrel i q . the n 6 W , #. ll l l O I
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About 1000 acres 'of land - In Medford triwn=+
snip, gueloStml coMg i rr i f 41 #111 6 4100$
four anill itorth.frlir - of fill
Camden and Atlantbi and IDelitirsze and art-
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tan Ray. Raillys . ~ aindhle . mllL j eent. I,U, fa.
or ' three ' ikistar.' blei-tberil. yid.; _Wm&
trowth , of timber. sr. failing Water.' Patter
r
6'1115 or 16 test qv . raiosr a li pet it',
One;third .• • - v'
belninre Varatu a rfanney Is.> il
Descriptions and , Uri gilm .on Applica
tion. . .
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A ratable Couill Pe o nes, ~ : Pillimbil Oda.
Splendid ground' l‘ , .60 anresof lawd..
:WESTERN PIIOI O IV—F sale or ez :
chine. 120 acres of Undone third Us
hered. San Piero, Wise connts Iowa; ‘
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-' Forty acres of good is nd with ,
frail tress,
pies peaches. leaches. peas:lie. 26 Aires haprored,
alm halfsB9o.- mil loin :bani Piers [llll ibiIWATV.!..
POP Ll• ' '''' C I _ - ... .. „''. - I 1 •
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BO acres one mile ion Sea P l iers; one-third
timbered. 'No imp relents. On railway .
Pyle, $9OO. i
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At: steam mill prop/tarifa Barilagtow tows.
!hip. Bradford may. 'ire*
operation.
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light Parcela i ad,; ,t containing from 60 to
100 acres, each y timbe, rid. and *prow
edsnitable for or grashig. _
Boom and Barn in goialorder and rss NON
ofimproved orchard. good
water. dc.. Valera t county, ca
Ndrthern Central way. For' sale °along
tinittan l,:
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,26,Tewn Lots in roam Boirrogh, Bradford
danntr:P l6
:APO/ Aeria !ad'Ci 6 Laud. Spatial
cou n ty r ipa, . ; i-
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122 Acres good farrrine- Burlingtort
township, Bradford oixini •!
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Other thnbered and imprared properties.
Daperiptiona &est
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Tenements _andTv ed Bend Batate i,
.imada Bank sad. ber.proprthil4
iI 1 s
' :: T' 'idONTANI ' N' ;ail WARDif ' 2 -
Eineu v ,- of
tel Con "paten laireilift 'Briefs Title,
Reel
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buy and. aeli. Reel
Mao *Weep:and - a - 131'46'4i 4xperty.l
'They are prepared alifotiate odes of farnes,i
.holiedeads, arali eapeOW eladiabla:
to capital-WU ; to "release advancer of money,
upon bookendor=i; and. eaa Prefaseate in
quiries for Chase to inks lavadineak
or neenraii limn lity r iiiNalinst,;
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In the beat known Vint AND tall CONPA-
Ma. Ti? barl eldi,l/F 41 4 .44e 4 07: 4 1.8nid ,
i•wd and nelighticelaii qo —aa- f I t . ailing cow,
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Those who Angie bey or - Sell tuns ;
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AU Who :wh to dedflusoilueni against Pik;
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AU WU seek periatal jays ate kr the
future batten or !C'o'le ifuniliser Is secure sad i
lbst•olass Life i 4' . I f - - I
1 torbe7; : ce all
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All wishing sorvorrata liznaLwitions ;
All ncle
sidibigA - idtn - itgOn SAW*, flat
poperkr ; ' I 1 II !
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an who Itha l to obi& lisle. fw rental or
ParPsoTTellement l I ~. ;I
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Are respestrally No 1111104 to 'entail such bad.;
111 , 1 "Pfur 0. 11 g7 , , I ~71i t ' , • 1
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- - rather partied" Inislibei ' a:dip& 1
Oahe; Wines ii Kell '. ll 1
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tzesithl.
,:datlbm;
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bliosher.
I "tinted advg.
11 .0 1 r rallUlL
1 Tim - • :"
Meet ibe bowls skyway; ,
1 /Woods Pe schollilanhisTea;
?...The gable sr* of:ribose.
iliplakmen./4thltlir door,
pm off mop
1. The "se not dark;
Th. it te . 4 1191"I' J ,11 , 168 ,.
svor 4 iiiising
• Tbsidios. prepszod to obibn;
New brows upliftekitOrsordvs
Thett#Tr biptionotwaras.
lb* 4Rent of ilKAukr yea •
Unblrsisth beta abase,
And !t i t upwind irony Boras' . ' •
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To tooisaffirs. • n
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t • he
_ e -- poor ttliPsigest *it •
wua> bear
1- Awakened lobes to We and light; ' •
The*stOor are cpgtsbore.
,OPnl Lies to*bend
Ank , to tie) •
i o Pen Parr in *ler is— '
Op for you and*.
ttliatilOstotto. '
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i 11113 IONS OF THE WEST.,
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mo
- ' Mrs. s ntef . my return from
-the .WE t, a fliw-; - pe - re Mends
it
'have e reseed a desire to know 1
what im reseionelhe country I pan
ed thron h made :on my mind, While
!leveret have nitefine to, givi-pub
lieity to them,- bidieving, &a t 4 sl
lege, thati my expurlence ag a firmer,
aid' my iabit of 414eivation, wirld
not be, lightly regiided_. inl ouriceun
„V. To'ratify e 4, therefor‘and
4n reply to anumber`i of.letiera to the
eime im rt, I take the, libei4 of
asking on to midis ToCm for tit fol
lowkng ' the colupnel of the
121.
I firs visited the West in 1887,
sodin in 1848,' a third time in
1058, d now, in 1867. . Leaving
Irighl d ip June, passed rapidly
i tarong to,Pittsburg, witnessirig all
'the wa through , the finest fields of
winter heat ver saw. I did not
see s r; field of this' grain. The
ilmo
corn an grata; were also good, and.
lileed, ismoirt, places, quite fine. In
ghio, saw some fields that were good
or all these products but after t 'at
0w no 'winter wheat. — la; s me
Patches of good corn, an d some air
li)oking spring wheat„ bet more of
Loth that were miserably palm, in
Odium
,and Illinois. There was a
c..-- area of these cereali put out,
1 1-6 ' ,
Mid the gross product._of the two
last named` states. will, Probably, be
lk.ge ; but Or icre,,of what I saw,
tie average of corn will be 'Alder
1
twenty bushels, • while of spring
':Wheat, it wilt not ' reach eight bush
els. The , allegation which is made;
on the part of the inhabitants,*that
, -.,
the railrOada pass through the se*.
elit, and , the poorest portions of their:
farming districts, is no more applies
blito Indiana, Ililliois, and Iowa;
*auto Penisylvaniii, and , therefore;
the contrast presepted, is fair. ..,,.
Ifound \ the west' much improyed.-
The large vacant , mrairies of for Mer
tears; are newillietly occupied, and
the poor huts of Ike settlers, .have
given Ore to fair..,louses, in coin-' .
try as ti town", but there is still a 1
great sty of ma* barns. 'While '
abeent4 spent mist of my time in
Minoii, and I saw'no country in that
state, all things considered, , equal to
Bradfoid. The tiwuship Of, Bairn
field, be Peoria county, is better oc
cupied(tlan any Its: . 4e, , for it is-aileg
ed, andi believe correctly, that these
are notlfty.aorea,,M it untitled; and ,
generally, pretty, well tilled ; but the
averagecrops wets -not better than
in many= of, our own towoships.—
There Ws marked Jlifference _in th
,I.PPeflillge , of,Oltivated pratie
country and the E lilly regions of
North* Pennsylvania, and very
much to the disathialttage of the Ist:
ter. ,\ ,as fii; as. 'the ' eye can,
reach, is in most bases, only 'one
contin sueoeeiron` of farm cropw
and it is \ lt fie hills that meet,
the ey th smriUslds cu ltivated, l
I
lookint)ike tinYwden Patches iol
the boyhood. Tig6 aU looks bettor
, than it is, and here-`all looks worse.
There, a few yeiewresidence 'dispels
early charms, amPlere the alarms ,
are brought oat briiequaintao4. , 1
fkott 100 mid', ITNl:Presentid good 1
crop& On an \ armee, betteLthou!
Bradford. Corn, okting wheikoats;]
barley and grisii - looked weal and 1
the farming is goopeo far m u te*.
It is, however , 'or old si . . nt,!
lted has the (it/ P.„ c _aieulmtlilta-;
Is PoPal,#fors of ;km ' inhaln „ tl4 !
handy as a- marset, . 9n' HP {post
thrifty 'mina met 'with, Thogp!pi
*poen, -are brdWing a Large eel ,
legs. thew, *while the churl& eilyloss, ,
the miasma houses, and bushleseltrieel
i
tares, indicate marvellous U. i sty ;
an d enterprise. ' The only o . •tioni
to.the town is, that the whiskey ill-i
Weft seem:to preponderate i 'whielt!
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AFO:OO
iso, far as , permsanent 'prosperity, is
poncensaWaiunWiltifydadistation.
tfljif47fr I
T i t o r ti F i f i f t v. f ri n i li)
Pt" t!' 1 . 3 . stun ll* Ile .
!nada AP atidiPaas whisky
thatiiirAetatillt.:7...v.o 4 4(9r ,(ho
fthii‘lfe iii' i . tit they ' itnia;Ttlig link
ph alitill - Itit otalcatuitantsiTtherl*
get: .:I ahall wonder if their sinoke-•
atackeannianrelia-sindaOhigt do
1
pifF., yet - . tom dee_ plague apotir i )aa;
well as now eyesores, while the
poor,despiseitiesinallinday Schools'
PIO 111 1 stisto l o. AY - A4,1,,,14.# - : ,
'°9tiPzi Pc . 11 - " jlf:q 9 4'. l i. Vreel th r
notsac ilie : oftyiJ *;.:, ,;,12,.._ . , ‘,,..,..,11.,1,
•,in.:edenationiria
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some other partiatint,rs,T,..`4oll4i'
rut
Knox county, Illinois; ex ls 'aif the
teirria"l - met . 4%10' Thin KiditeWthiii
been built up tad controlkathY,Prea
hYter,igli! tin4,betllCtr g,t4i9fialls til c i,
iidfte inoislitY;and totionfitonlety; -
Okla; out as jel}C r Winee . -:: ikvan tfv
ide.nte of this,
,I need but mention'
the fitit, theta° fiquoicantinhoiiht
in the:town . , ,ntdess, the demand for
it bey accompanied-' by. thepreseriv.
tion ore 'aipittal4e Physician4l•The
Galcohurt.Ocollege . , nf a103014 - _ , , - ,t0r44 17 ,.
:Ai, notoriety, has fine nuildhigk .
- 1
and sPlencliOly - ifl,mo B attry,otel4kiffl,
plots of ground, I and one common ,
school house'' ornaments t the city,
whicheostin,ita Sroetion, iieveniyAue
ghoPard,."*B;
not
- the 09Peihttioh
of the place is not oier ten thousand.
In generosity tov;ards churelieti Slid
school 'houaes,, hewever, -the. west,
leads by far, the ea5t..;, . . .
~ lk, , , .4 .
Ae a rule, 'the towns of ihneTreat-,
ern states , are net pla.Ces to file in.
Ooal is the only fuel, aid -thisis dir.:
ty, and the smoke from it is heavy,
and as a consequence; hank' lilOve
sooty, veil over all, when muchused,
Taking this, aith_ their black soil,
which but"
one
-,grinds into
clast, and one can vreltimtigine\ the.
condition of things. Indoors, anent
doors, :all looked uncondartably - dir;
ty ; and although the weatern pee
ple build finely,' yet the dark cot
used in painting their` ; houses--alid
I suppose freni the cattseejast wins
edt•aphals a sombre and an unclean
appearance. -8° far- aa health,- god
water, cleanliness, good] eafAety, and
indeed; &bleat every " o rder ' eubsten
tisk comfort its,pnotnned, I, aojonriled
in no toil% that.equalai l our,owein
wanda. 'Nor de these Considerations
holdll 4 ood slonetof the !tOWIIII. It' is
na les so of -the '-country genetsaliy.
Improved farmaare held as higle, in
the went, as with, s ; end while ; iti is
not denied that the I: p hol here re
quired to put, and g ar a
, tesotes
of wheat or, corn, will put oat and
ail
gather i twenty sores in the:asset ; Ye t
it ii.eigally true, that it - takes itvo
bushels ofgrain there', 7. to , bring as
much prat as, one bush e l yields here.
That is , it holds -good an nrule, -w o ke
ing the west as &whole, thatit'tiskei
one,bnekei of, grain there - to mark et
one, `itid,the'ehief ivasOnlor thiS,lB,
that almost their ; only InarketSare in
the east. Nor will this state of things
change: The west his peculiarly
adapted to agricultural pursuits ;
and must, from the `necesatt*fl the
case, ran more and Incire tiitolhis - ,
WhiJeilk.,the ., eastern statea.. we are
***log tlitlre :aid'. more into thine
faeturing, thus making and_keeping
the:: market here,.-'besides' beiilgrls
thousand miles of land carriage—the
moat costlynearer the markets of
the Old World. But more than this;
hail, tornadoes and: drouths; } are
mach more severe its the !est thin
heie; 63 is ilwayS the enee with lei%
el countries.as contrasted , with hilly
pne*l:;Wiole dietrkete: are dev.asted
yearly by the two former, and entire .
States, at times, 'from the 'litter.—
Who does tot 'remember . the suffer.
OW 10 -1 1 ,11 neas, $ lel, years Muce,
froUrthlO'causut _ In 1854;Ifi1l8fill,
it was skiff aim) ileils . hZtrie - in pie
State of Illinois, 'Was 'killed by MI
1 •
severity of thei winte r and half • the
apple trees ; \ •and I advise every one
Tishri , ' thinks of.- ni:Ovik.,wo4qjo•lo
and remain one Winter 'before buy
'..,iD
In conclu sion, I need but mention,
one fact in proof of most I.haveireißl
in regard to , U'reaidence in the west,
'Aid wit *that many of those who
Make fortunes there,l come !mat \to ;
enjoy them ; , while ettiers;lWWiivi
. ,
irt In reality Ea CT)..t l fPPild.Olneh'•
Ut i iiiiii tinie4iiii;ni " ' i tii 661'14 to
do this t _:,lu :vensidered t n., wonderful'' ,
tozuret/W 6l qtrestt4r.n people. s I
1 In ' respieVoi the' health 'of the
wud I have this to say that persons -
•:, ... , r 1 L. ! , •;,,, .. .‘„l , . ti hil.-.
igu i l,froru, local; tlel- where mut
.
s r nrevail i. ,an,
~., as lower
SuAughirtieß • .... liefirirWand
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191. Mar Finr# lO4 rPI r i ot be'
mates
tilu e,
jottii
et
=ON 1 was in i but 4 0 00 E. lirinfi
. 1 840 4" 44 40, kl i atS; l 44 l 44/0 1 40*
farly 'amodiiioned......43Ounties; Incur!
.itkom e tea.fosc,-..t-fri6,st ! tI , H,F , :ci - 1/-z ,. ,1 :
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ass o r el, G .3" host " , an en
o into ooneliikielto'alkifikbew Pepe.
e,:vit4 cone/ave definas admirablyin
eW 6 f tiiiiAti #C . iitacketo f .to
•
hick owed col is kept du
g We lenteilfatt.sMiOn.-T The air
dins's Chat themselves up In: the
Wkinalilifith , their .itidc. and , theft
I' hcxelek#l)C l l9llool4l'o,: ; 'their Otift4t
44 Ihi *ilea:: withoitlalitsix ' Each
s)%'-xvni3 l :l*ieen"'theave:
411 1 W1 1 ***AC ale.PgtkekciiPfi l ei,
sometimes a.:"Fiached :mg eseortid
by-fal-kirses coda" §ny. pniii Tit e l
, ThesainOasticrevon 14ed Meet*.
it trap- northe only m de of . i .%. s . , -
n
niiiia : ierittiiied - i ll jr.h4 L. .
*Ad- ao , Mt the,;( l o4 l lk an d Windows
are hermetrically seal ; each voter
inl4itelaiseparlite call and they oilly
Meet in the central chapel for the
hleotio :, .1
n-off . Pops4' 3(sireJ--thri3e
ilevi
model; of selectibuthaelif tiVolit 'Ma:.
tion, by cotopremisi4nd hrscruthiy.
The latter is thel . mostisual, and-its
tofitkikatrol - Ifklit ': - Ar: '.; :::'Kr:
I'lliii.:,dei4u-:,0,-: • the - !aiiioi.ed:"Vollegi
Votes first: ... Ile " 'O l l3l of lyeilvet;
basin a balkithniitka, iiiitiiiired be
forehandlot theephrpeitelt:indfills it
ufi.in presence of ' the Cardinals, no,
that *ll may dee:filikaetotid4ifiliime
can iiad what he has Written c : , npOit ,
the' Parthme atZ."Eaaf candid Ateln4
through the same forivality. 'lie‘
v.l..ter..neit .holdisi• up histieket be
tween
.ti is. thumb .and forefiager, anti
turning toward the •altar i atars aloud
the:lollowing oath :''"l tare ', - Elcid;
whOje 4. 1 3' i*lK!`t6 arganasAltatrl
eleefhim whom .1 deem Most 'worthy
of being Pope." ! - . -- - " ""
Upon the altar is• placed * * large
'silver chalice, in which the voters
place:-their'tickets ; and afterward
the names .are kead.v 0914 by one ,01
the serutattiri, each of the cardinil4
holding* printed listi On .which he
notes xlownthe names ai they are ut
tered; - If, in this .first operatio*•*ne‘
of tho' ciVdio l o4 1 40 % 44E44 a auf-:
&fent number Of votes, he is imme
diately declared Pog;,_ but for this
purpose , tivo-tliirds of -the inter . are
retired. Roman affairs usually
progiesi bat slowly, and . conclaves
have been known _to ' last for 'five
Months. At, the end of each day's
scrutiny, if no One has been ite_fortu
nate as , to obtain two-thirds;of the
votes,) the balloting -tickets are burn;
ed in a stoveOlieeck.4ehincl tboaltar„
from, whenoo, the-smoke issues by' s)
pipit', Which-is Viaible..9n the piazza. If, oA the Coatrary; airy onelias ~ ob
tained the. , majority, 'the !tickets , ' are
Pteitlatlret *ith,oitt and theio..berok
no smoke without fire, the • ehimtey,
of vonrse,giies no sign of combustiOn;
You. may vOnceive with what. ; impa
tienici the.' expeeted eighat ia - 115(iked
for by the crowd who, r esemble each;
evening in the *pitizia: 'Thousands of
eyes - are fixed upon the,' roof off the
palace, until the solemn.; moment-of
the:ficrutiny'. If a titbit , column of
smoke is then seen to eise,theThmans
wish ene..ahother ktilice
.nqjte,and go
to ted..'ll v t! 3 ,7 *FR P.9: - P9Pe., and the
success fu ~lOrgtillY-,4815.!t to come. '.-
How ♦ Btrir43Thoitiliartcra Ms
ThcmeTal impression, is that dead},
cOntrali , would Joemto , be factjadv
lug froni*.follimillig,iceptint of the
effect of such' a: given by
Gen. Sir J. Napier. He experienced
an atti*lc while in Sande, where the
therruometei, K.cording to the Gr.
eralidniself- was as inuclense'te Inm
as it would har e been tcp a boiling
lobeter,,aniV'tirotelislello'ws to one
of his, daughteys !ale_ supectroke
was.iiiiiiiggereiT 'Yet my bdpe fa to
die by one, for never can death come
in ad easier 1 . was just dead
ly,sleepy4 deadly had,l-,:been
left done ; but. 'the only feeling 'of
ithe, transitiok : wiiuld lave., been •,s ,
tiredness ; _like, that eiperiene,ed , : at
being'snddenlY waked tip befor:e,tijiii:
This ;Was' toLa degrie_ aimoatid Are
calla-4411A1 then came a pleasa i nt
drowsiness, witlViinger the44se,
tors, would,not let,ine sleep. Were
it not fer'otlierie, Would' thai mji horn
had been Mundell , so easy, so de
appicidcli
of 'death." This resembles the a&
Manta that haveibeen.:glvenby men
who have beensiiyed from freezing'
tolleatkafterr hnVing gof ferf`detid
into the dark valley ;, soihat'excess
of heat add' excess of "c ola' produce
P;qol.?ktt'l9 ‘ ,"! l Fr.q. Act(i
41 ""A#P!" -4- f'd t ":etg*
1 41 4_474,Amik:
tare wonid,a man be were his voice,
in propprtioaMbiß l iweightom . loud
ad that of a lodnat t A. locust can be
heard at. salistarice of ounth
f*oißtf: ) .gOlOM'Ciyrerila.irild
Ackitreigklit half ast winos I 1. 'so Ulla
rt-mitfdlittOhtektnatelrould'
down"`ilhat'arilitiehictiaaMdlif
itraX9V#l - tt
wreneri Wiiiibt got biltwingtt,
f fg44./ 1 431r fi lPlnat''14"1PriP 11 8- 1
._ofe, hot common an 'Weil;
much as ei.,l,teen thousand ; of our - lo
custs andliticthe .note Of it locust
ittn hiNtr# out.litteenth mileo
mas 'of 'common. diMeniimis, pretty
plucks! whul,end limb„ought tct
able hittliel(rliftrd Ait the
&gage Of one thousand six hundred
ntina fiht
house ought Wall about 'his ears t
fluepotte a flea '''hi-tirligh'*one grain,
t yol.,ol4;Yl'Mqro t•kap*Appßl : Ept.,
socki4jtioaircitiCiiMib hi,
&wanton-mart orprtsttnrifttartdofifty
ptoundool,oup. ANDO, mijh pro
''AlialajetiliovErreivittion sand I
eight hundred 0)440 the dia.:
too z.iii. ao from NO* 'York torOuthltillttli;:i
t 4,;0 :t'.a ,',.A ~:.i.c.,,34.1,,,r., t ,-. - 11 , ..1#.:,01,1 f. I .141 t 4d.
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i ffiSPO:4 l 4*W* o t 1 .4§1i,J1a43
ilo , ,,Ntletimrlifik,loApri_ ..i
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W4L ...t _444 0 .,044..wge1k,144 8 .. ,11 1 4 k
4 . .r.Ruhvylopol , enPklrw: - ...Av -.,...
.b. 4 PfitOukguM l 4dt 1 1 .Ter , whiiii
, -PrilefogiltirOPOlßO.Aii;t4 ll e a**
kof:traTel., to' FYilt 4 4. the *zit
et a DAVY; cOrunitincifin eldeily
'couple andone..a.....diughtif Of
filVa ~ _en or fiftelr : years. The_ old
wile * i3ittiat !au e Ole e( blankets
Elgi i 'llie' b einitliiit' elicatitstillif -.a
most detertuinedack of the* klt•
- meek, - "thaicidfnii' lioti4if 41E03
taoadlibizitedlldi#selNixquthe ivy
Attie; iinitardit, litikdrhiii hid' Noe se
lit:11%1'1 - Ni thaegh -litt 'expected te
rediaiii"there4ore*.•.- A.- '' Single-
Oistitelileveloried thei'-flint that there
;waxes diffierilty *OM' little train .or
bne wagon and three pereons, •iind
thitit had - attained-a poi - tit - of 'quiet
dentedrittioiV s 'beyrind thel "reach /of
iienceablei . 1 adjiistuient:' , '- T1443 . 4'148
13efoie they' 3 badr"pitched•llniir , tent
at-thelorkeV the road,L, imidnis :they
ivuldiiiit,.• agree Alien-16er route by'
which to 'enters California, there they.
hadremeitied: , : , The husband express.;
edi preference for-the Carson road—
the -*rife forf,the Lassenand neither
wouldlield. - J--The *lie' declared she
would rettiaidAhere. all- winter,.= the
husband said .be. g lihotildbe pleased.
to lengthen the sojourn ..through the
;summer ftlknving. , . . ..
'On tint Morning of the fourth da y,
the'-':wife broke?.sullen 'silence , of
thirty-six ; hours by proposing ..alli. ,
Visitin-of 'the property, which °outdat
ed of two yolie,of uattle,ene wagon,,
camp-,furniture, ; a :small laautity of
provisions, and twelve ;dollars in sit-.
veva _The propoenkvas accepted,aud
fclakiwith ithe!'plunder," was divided,,
leaving,the, wagon. - tia".-.the old.-man .
and the daughter.to the Mether. The:
141,terlep;thauged With, a neighboring_,
;train the cattle belonging to her, for
a.peny and pack-saddle;,,,and, pitihg
the clatighter and her; portfon- of the
divided 401 upon the artimal, she,
resolutOy-started across the desert
by, • Lawn . trail, ,while. the old.
inaii,siie idly
,yoked, the . cattle -. and
took the other rotitet , SinguYir as.
thiti,may,..seem,it is nevertheless...true.
It is among, the, actual occurrences
of life4tratiger thei Action; -- "; _
Qf course, both `parties reached ,
California in safety. We • day "or
course," for it is scarcely possible
that any obstacle, death - included,
could have seriously interfered - with
the progress of stubbornueas so sub
lime. ' Arriving at SecranieVo; with
the dinghter t , tbe;eldlladrreadily
found emplOyment—for women were
testi plerity l then thatinow'—;atiesub
sequently Availed a hoarding-house,
and id a fe . 7 years, amai3sed' a hand
some 'fortune. ~,Twe- yeare ;ago she
removed to San Francisco, and the
daiighter,"Vrtichie. education • had' not
been neglected, :was married to one
of our most substantial: citizens:--
...:Andliiihat.becsaine of the - Old maul
The wife lail-s not , seen.- or ; beard: of
him:eince they -parted- eri' the Hum
boldt: .' They hitd', .-liveiL,i, happify
ttioutti - , eur min 'and wife fer 'thirty
years, and she sometimes ` :r Proadh
edi herielf- for , : the :' Wilful sir :that
separated thent afar 'So lo g a iiil.
grimagethrough life together.. .. zi - .
Bat be was tiet"dead. WO
_cannot
tilled: his':careet, in 'Ciliikiniiii, boa
ever.•4.Alt-vre imow-of ithi r ti at fer.
tune hid isit'smiled upon hick and
that, for six years. lie ihad. toiled with
ent vow arid.- - and ' , vies; beginning to
kr.Sw Uld4ithont: bilie,- 1 1 'Finally;
feeling- scarcely able ta.longisr: wield
Abe fielt,aed:,pbovel
.61 visited ;San
rineiseci. in the,hOpi3 er obtaining
linployinakil better' _to his
. adapted o_ .._
wasted strength.- . 'Fur ,three .months
he retiihteed'idle,ifter erriiring,rthete;
iiiilthen.lor..the want:cif occupittian
heesele - the' ht l O l 4 l P ' retailer tir ;Pea
date 'ind;':Oringelii: with , - .lnel. entire
stock of' traffic twit basket 'upon his
apt ~,',,pf. Pasehig'the - opee door of 'a
cottage; in. the ; southern, pert of ' the
city,, he observed a lady in the ball;
and
city,,
offer his inerohawlise.,
Aehe stepped upon .tha -threshold,
the., i lady j appreashed, l and,,the . old
hied raised his -eyes and ;dropped his
basket. Aturc".noaivronderi either—
for atm wahiawife—hia" old wo
maillb ." ' ' 4 ' '' ' ' ' '' -
. , .
She recogniz edhim,.anCthrowing
10,11Pir.f , ; 1 ; 12 5.11! ilgulAtiawnt!,, exclaim
ed: i-,::',":Great .. :-God, - .1 -.:-I:jiihni - As liiis
7.914?" , -. . -
Of . :
1 - tliiiltrthit iii -left iine.f.'4etiliek :
.
Akfixkla,.. ~.,....,
.„.,-.: ... .--: :.--,
,thl_- : eitended: . larina.':i'iir, , ,.. , ap.
tttfiliCked,' , - ; - §sittien!s ,rthe valivo
piiiiitit:4iiiio.4;sc'hiiikketliiiiiiitio_siteti
rxtbii.:-,,-.-.,.;. ---.-„: -„, ..7„. ~ -, - . i l : , :7- - ; ; -.::
' , ;;I:; ei.4 '.. ° r : j4kr. : 4o 43- I: ' .** , ; ii;i4liik :
S
winch.' , lt . have;beeiv-csonstrneii.
into ear . eotawis i ti.hois , ', did - 'lon . find
the C on readl" 4 .`"'
-,d1"14, ' jableAtiky4nifseisiiliirNi'
a4 n
ilhiss:__ ' : - .44.miiti eiftttip'26Caiatidlind
!Amu7
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.*),l Pi Av . t 4iati' -I riklifor -- :Atiiii°': she
conipin di.;Oneluiririgl.,.....-.--, _ . 2.' :::' :, .
- ' " No , doubt Ir- tiettitied Jotin;!vi.ith
a men ISolaknet Of . ItlM4bseria-
V ,.: on .i.' i .
li, n,erg - i - ' , f # said i-,--t ;; 't hrow
' -,
Aug her . ., aunt; around .. the ,eild'•uiatee
neck ; uthat'S - '-itiOrikh;;J . Ohnl.l7-,and:
-the old Onßle t so:!,atraagely..sunder--
L
ed,t.ire"'"' again -- iinited. Both' are'
liiitig" ' th.tiiiieditigittet;'aii &kb - MI
street. Old'Excliiitige.; ,- -I:.' :. -- -
Iv ; : sTlestat4lo 1)0,81ed
bof f ir*gticreitts..v.cadexiii
living:
lh - ' turefi - to : mod it ,
~ :rkAiiiii..to.b64B4l4.;l** ;
00..4:,.0 . ii:, .. 4. ~...;;:t , i..., . ! i",`
*.t'lliiii. italkifg :iiito_'*roiiiity:
_44111, 1 6,44., ....,:.,A*o-04.„, k ,
purtioth4,befoie*4-0 v.!, .
.sta kiti mulF3l4 l, ,,V and 014.64 i
A - il l 'llitia l ti - • kiel-inottier'-'10i:
- , OF situates% pEOINSTe =Wilmot. 1
/On the flood! latheielt4itvieclt *e&l.
world, depute°, -‘ s • • .4 1 .:-!el•= t1 .q3'.'
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11ettieer his 7fi ttstieb ssd •VW
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tett* birthdo thgotetstrAnear
74Yerligtner"pettitiraadltiee:i
s :in defined;. pbe . ../..chaotie • .but
' whinuthttlattgmferkoligi'Wht P t i a- '
it general rule; his, 'habits ' ve
beentziotildod and yia- 5 99 yikillorr
eito ihitao: 'Ohiracteets acirit
4 ,invaria9.1544.20 - Aki. l ._ tti jiii. l 97till . " d-•
kngs. Place : a boy-ta the Society of
'iuguee: 'timing - - the ' , leFirsi:- th4tails
*A4 o' life:Ate i (wapiti 04.he48 .
nbnostnortitia tcvbseoraokliirotig...i
rogue. ' I On the. ' contrary, ~ place ilia'
among' the good, I'respectablO, - mudi
thts,rwe need be 'lint little - fraii;fit tiis
future. , lather(' are, - .01 oonese,tetoilp,
sional cases. . There ,i4;<0. 10 : 11 40 O ff s.
tul t spp4ently innate:disposition. to
do Ivil,rWhieh, w ill -tilinr itself fin:.
Spite 'of ' gestal- iittirchnidirigs;' 9 ', . _
O
wrhich -, 4pparaptly_ : cannot. , be . aver.
m - u el ,- and. c tigain ':therec.: ttre... boys,
*lie have suck" inherent avers ion to
ivrong that it ' l ie seemingly impessf
ble to lead them astray.' S'ffet csAes
hntviver; are'rare!-• A DlEinsB Aliniti
tg. generally r bears the; impresti :of
.its surroundings during,•...tlie.moold-.
ingrried. How vital . it' is- there
fore, that the'young men Ofthie city;
'whose life habits are In . the process
of atiori; should ' be' kept away,
is eh as pose' ibis; from vicious as-
Soar ans. They are : beset by traps
51
andpit falls ..on every 144 ~V ice
and iMmorality, clothed in attr active
germ'ents; are constantly (in the alert
trilead,them astray. So Subtle ere
those guests, and -so artfni in,their
work, that many-.young am& start
twat' the downward. road !Without
knowing it. Ouce in the hands of
bad associates, - and the' irocese or
Moulding ,his character is at once
commenced.. '
.Cigars, tobacco, liquor, 1
cards, etc., serve Ingivingitthegen
eral shapc,;' and afterwarry. it:is grad-
natty formed and ' - fashioned by "the
Other_agents' which' BtAii:Oli`"rp . Ay to
do' th e ir' - work in the mating and fin
ishing, of a bad-character. = Hotv ma:
ny are there-in this city, , . who at this
'time, are forming baoLlin4.B*.that
'will cling to them througailfo. Un
fortunately, there • are- a great rurally.
Young clerks, apprentie,es,,andoth
,ers, . _ whose habits are -yet, uncured,
may be found in nearly every . eating,
add drinking saloon .in the city dur
iug 'the' evening:. tioUrn. In 'such
places they not anly aarn to spend
their - money .foolishly,`, but they fra
tereize with ,bad isapeiates and be
eome . addicted to
,bad habita t froi;d:
which they are not .' likely to - escape.'
NOw„ there is prohably-ao_ young
mail starting on this dow*ard ca'
' reer; . who- will admit that he is inany_
'danger. -. He reitnrally. has .faith in
his own diseretion, ; arid- thinks that
'he can
_with ' safety go a little dis=
tanceari the:dangerous read.- There
are but few, however,' whe 'tome out
safely, from , such i a .triaV . .`and none
should rruktherisk:, 4 is well , that
a ypting'airtri should enjoy in
a rational' hianner„ . hat when it is re
inerritsered that the' - fate of his whole
life depend§ ripen ecnirseatiting
the te*Teara that. his - otiracter . ie
fortahig,. ha ought io eiPPlS ) .Y.pitery:
energy Map
~within safe bounds,
and all wile' at 4 interested - 1h hfs'Wel
tafe.should' lablii-to the ilitupd'ettd.-
13e4ding -
• lE= • ":
~,
.BRECUIRR 0N.,. NATURAL r.ll4l:9 l tael—Min
divide Jaws into, different. classes.
They say there is :a lasi, which re-'
fates to the flesh; to
_the - Vodi, and a
law which relates/is-the' mind: 'l3tit
the , bodY is not ~ -more 'niitural ,- than
the taind. . ,The mind ; is :natural; and
,theluw of the intellect itt,a ustpral
law. Tho twirl! nature "is , - natural,
and the law of ' the - nioriil e a eling is
natural litiV. Ttilt lsw - whieibii i i io .
nisei you• with yOne - fellow lin is a
nitural• law. -, .15 , that a natu al law
which „determines , the / fact , that
weights shall gravitate to, the earth?
14 that a - natural U4'1;911011 .*overns
the process of digeationff • lis - that a
naturialasi Whibh.controls thek fad- -
ous fuuctions.oc•the, body ?, And is
that not ; a naturkl ,law, which deter
juirmines ' thoughts and' otiyes,
an, resu skrt
vitich'are ' onght
on by,one aixi. iintither el .of fact
'es in life ?-: There is no .m re mis
chievous tendionci7Oossible, tba,it to
t i ,
bring upa-;eneratiprk of me . with
the impression that'moral - la' s Wait'
with their , penalties till al 'r-inen
die'and•the judgment day 'CO eti; I
repeat,. that: all: natural. laps:. are
moral,l,sWl3, Top. sin o sg , sinist
,-G,ed
when - yen lib - against your foot; , you
sin against God when'Yon'shirikainet
ode band; Cott s 6 against Geld ;When
you ishragainit 'your braiii;oranyintrt
of . yotirsalf,ita reaily76-though Perhape
not twaertonaly, not ik holinultaip—
ai Wan you sin against a
al your neigh-,
- tiOr,' or against ' the *hide Al 1 society
and' its interests: . v.,Wheri! you violate
a natural 4aw, -Yoil. viojate -a moral
law that is wrapped , win-ik-- - . There
is, no, such r distinction of, junies in
the mind of. Ga. '. l'hei_may he'con
veni4tin our wea*neae fort deserit
ing. different -
.'susses .
.lint in' their
interior.:and substantial Wore, all
natural laws.ara maraV law, and ill
inorat,l4ovs , arPnattlFlktlaTis. -.
_
• Mame ro 7st, Poriii::—As an ijlni-i
',ration of 'the 'pointed ' style of some
of the preanhing.atthe Williamatin,
aLocatrlP-Mee..tiug, s oorresPondeat:
of the ,Hartford Post: gives , the,NP:
lowing: Con,o of the..preleihers t :Tnes-`
day'Afte
rnoon, l had' onpasion to rs
fer Ahe . badvonditon of theiiinner,
and: aasillingness of Gind tt , for.
t4hi6zilo iAatug .
_bow Tge,.
Said ;
lie n .., I , ec.r . 7 ---,who
ted.O s -%
%nest "men.
Tethii /airy, lint
.the lit tiild of him
NA olhoM ieixte,P. 'A
ti9.oFt Al:" e
T4l• ige4, , ;IL by'
9
le voice of
thi mat cleat:LW ;
loud'ab• ~.,..,:,..,.:
1 - ' ' ' *
~ ' Tga..lloll*ololtimk - Saast"-
AltheaL have been _through_ the
im rri h
: s stables, a great . times,-
IF teil l iVailal:
no - adequate 'iaiiiiiipti. ""leriiiii is' - ,
inii , ._uistil , v4l4l *Ore , There e',._
• ere at least . seve.atylsedirstlaitei 4
'-' ...r: P.PCIr : .......................
ell , . outfitters.: 'At tie,gateli tue ..
taiie.fleld atria' *iiii' tieVeartifittr'
tittifough.biedi iieddier him *lithe
FrenchEmperceoaud"thesoveyedgnir
iii#Poll,-*lttAirtrl43 not inferior
hmigefiir.l4 servants, : : VtiereWem,, -
eat adthe roitethi:t siiiy 1921,6:irk5;
There :were - at the Eljeee eleven
Wired - tot' ' the Oztii.'.'llf , the stables : 1
hf naiades there' wee istleist Bei-
atty4iooraaa math* for nightimr
viaa (the iliefilia9 -44 11 94aflattsiVa •
a ball Oat same night) .• - This would
gitki tetifiiikiiei 'Co tag,
`"
Mpatilitisli- -
6161, 4 'irieltisliS lirtisi-eitilt -} -licitiehti •-"'
to be used in' ase any . of tfilisif'vitire'
disabled;the sick hotseal always to '
bediatedi.ii :in; large. e , ietisble. thaw'
hastera r (44itti ate:Akaaettaiß*l rPqiiithl
t 4 at 13010PleiM), .thivtialljeae &Ara l
1t9e910-g-tri:Li/P-ffr.tYki.,bias - .
MAI; - he elib P al o ': • -•--- '
~.,
',Thegzai - and' two 'Elone'rodeithe:' ,
borses They brought 'With:thud fain''' .
firossia. -- Ahe 'Line of Prussia rode -
the ihurke charger-'.which tarried him , '
itt. the,, , bettle of gadowa.:, The reef , . .
tiot'i, siivereigiM *carp: . their hcirees ,
With'ilie;oi
~,oya4,:thif. gifi:,ebioadii;V:-.
review " is trying' to' a horse's nervee'':
tie 'either= becomes frightened, - or. 1 . .
tahei theiiavalg urges; take-place
be - would jpin4iiii;' , becoming.,nn,- . ..-,
tigetibleiweitheeesser , Asovereign
paying;; a, foieiv' visit require all
his FeeeSee of, pind t m,h,ich be caulk
,:
tiotposseo were o hiitli - uujcbl4-diyeg: -- •
ed :tii lie horeii r ;:- He :couselitenfly
carries with him a oliaigefitrithNilioni
he itrantirelY' familiar, and whom he
tnag'trust.,; The French Emperor•inf )
variably tarries hie •- favorite ihting - .
horses with him whareyar •ho pee
He ove,u,carried ,4hetn. cto le t kuclutt, .
',ghee he.,,werit dierecueverat, years. . -.
,••• • -
141h170-
-_ _ i
U3BI
ts Tau CAC a= Tux
-Rua V=The hie :*ii; period in
about ten years *hetilfe' la fi r 66."
spots. The - greatest numbers' were
seed aboitt the years 18t2; 1852 and
1862 ; the just number; or _none, in .-
18471857 and 1857. .Some five or
Piz years ago, whera.we'_ had a,rainy
!spring. some, would-be .philosophers...
xplamed it by-the great number lot
Oun-spots, - which diininiiihed the Yetstil•
heat radiating from his Unrfacel but
now the game-philosophers says that .
by its - preuent frepdom froni spots,‘..l
iind" its consequent gieater - heat ; an
unusual quantaty of water hi. evap-
Prated; And? of worse his !to come
4own norain. Lave,,
bandy *le: which works ixitkwaya ;
but theyfeiget that it is not every- .
that tbksame excess tif rain - ikfall.
ing, but, on the coritrary,in
west at the present' there is not'
enough' of it and ~ t tke get -the shire .,
'Fightly helonging - thein. -It is-pretty ,
!well,,estahlished• that, thejii4s,i. which _
the whole
. earth receives freni
!ulnas nearly alike every year, siptis
or no spots ; that the total quaytity
of water evaporated from the ocean
iwhich occupies r thi'ee-fourtho of ;the
!surface of -the eatth, alike;'•
.and the . - amount of 'rain: falling over.`.
,the,whole surface . is • eortisequently'
alserAlie Wane.-
Eveiy _region ; of. the earth's; our.
'face has its yearly share,of this, raiu,,
which, however,. differs-, vvi4ly . . foc,
i s iffeient climates, but, 'is as,a. whole.
uniform. The :-Norttlerll States 14
instance, receive .yeorly 40' inches,.
the Southeastern more thon.so, and
some oPthe Southwestern not one
tenth of -that imoitnt. But ociaition.
ally this ; av 'eri*e quantity' is, disittib ,
ell, and . 4 one' part Of the "country . ie•
c'eives portiosi-of 'the seare of: mi.
oilier for - reasons-awe are unabta tatt
trace-; in' fact
„the,:liws:of.,meteor
ology, are very complex,
whelle,science is still a most raitfster
ioui problem..
FISI,I I FAdT AND 'l4oiTia
, . .
.telich chilli. the love of
llcuTra, find he Towi God, thelinker,
too; and'aome day, when temptations-ciune,
and Aha.storma of thawed& gather darkly.
arow24. •-h 14, .,- a simple lower. lreath: bia •
arumcaPl; ta#glk 14 10.ei ,
"WE-shall- see. liQw what are the
necessaries' of ,life, said a country store
keeper during a severe I.storm,...as no :ona
will venture forth to-day . exapt to procure .
them:"- • In the evening he qoundlip„t most
of _hilt sal were -yellow: Banff and New
England ram.
"-Wuat brought yon-.to prisou,my .
colored friend?". "Two constables , sash, "
. "Yes, but I mean :had - intemperanUe - any- ,
thing to do with it?" "Yea. "oak- dl-,wae
bete of 'em drunk." _
A. chap who_ was to 3 .by colpur-_
tear to !.iternember Lot's wife," repliatl that
ht t had &Amin trot:this? enough Ithwuls abiattt
other MOWS WORN*. ; :;1%-1.;
WHY, are our miihnum
moles daughter? /*atm, they and a little, :
profit in 'the
A,sitosiussa,intending- ' to be ii.br
Sent a few days laMpblacked a shingle with '
thafellowing, without date; and nailed it'tip
tin- his door : "Will be at home in ten days
from the time you see this shingle." -
said. a threelrear,4l4 one -
'day, Ajdon't like any : aprons to lie starched -
so nuta. So much starchttets "inaltes tne
stiffness scratch _ my bareness. ,
A western . editor has . place& over
hiimatriag" represecituigshirge trap'
sprang., trith. motto : "Thistrap titiin
ancither pinny-hammer "eight I" ,
Wirr will the-nionsters' otthelleep -
be better posted than the.cable , operators ? -
*Cause their teme the news before it reach
eseither
'As e men:.drints ge4fliallY
grows teeldelei ;'in his case the lade &a=
the. fewer Bantam!. -= • • , ' 4N. • •
• „
'WHIZ is oak the • :worst wood- Of
Which. to znaka weoilenieg?-__Baaaallet it
f ii°all 9 4ll " l4 * •
A Vase:Uri ihrmer- bele gasked if,
raising hemp . ens a good business.• replied"
"I can't •sarotz say ; • but its surely better'
than being raised hy it."- -
Air Inveterate' old bachelor'
that ishipierb 4sdl.ed -"she" liecausir they
alwerikaaP a:1314% theleak-aat,
014131E0 'asked another why Ma.
heard WAS 103 1 6%11131d his hair white?: “ito. •
- cause," he said, "one is twenty . years 3,m:in
-ger than the Other.',', • •
"A Kationin of Oongresni• deiirlog to
show howmtioh he bad leanied at Onesee.
Ition.--ordered two. Wit he had inattecehred
of his wife's _oontracting—one tole laid on
the • -.the Other to ha read that Att3' six'
, bodies are preserved .whitt•
Icy ; -tick even after
,desth'sonr, matirget t
,D . Esrn - COISSEI ' to a good mail to.:
it 'comes to 'a 1).441 man t#
so
bare BOt4tY,
OM
MEE