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AURestantions of assechdions Clonen for ueleatkms
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JOB , PIIniTENG of wean , kind. In Ptain and Taney
otors, done with neatness and dispatch. Ilandhals,
niabhe, Cud*. Pemphists,Billbeads, fitatessents, be.
of oyerrirmisi, mid ;style. printed at the sheeted
notice. The Barman Mee is .wett wimitedwith
Power Presses, a good assortment ef new type, and
arerythittg in the PAMIR,' Itne can. be executed in
the most satistio rummer and at the love* rates.
TEEM IrlivsffiASLY GABEL
TOEN DIMIEM, BLACKSMITH,
MOWROZTOA, PA., psi particular attention to
_Badger. Wodoos, de. Tire set and
repairing dons on short =Cat • Work and, charges
guaranteed agiatactaip. 1t15.12.
AA MOS PrNiriPACHZII, HAS
.=eikablialmid hlroseLt in the TAILORING
Mem one Rockwell's Store. INerkof
srery description dame In the latest stries.
'rowanda. April 21.1870.—tt - ,
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TECT AND BUILDER, wishes to inform the
itizene of. Towanda Mid vicinity, that be will giye
Particular attention toi drawing plans, designs and
specifications for all manner of buildings, prints
and public. Superintendence given for r sasoustie
compensation. (Mice *t residence. N. E. corner of
Second and Elizabeth streets.
• J. E. FLENIKING.
1 Box 511, Towanda, Pa.
WW. ' ITINOSBUTtY,
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REAL ESTATE, LIFE, FIRE, & ACCIDENT
Office, corner of Main and State Streets, -
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March 13,1872. , i TOWANDA; PA.
SASH, DOORS, AND, BLENDS.
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•• . •
I as prepared to furnish EllrdriestDo(;rs, Bash
, zrl k tinds of any style, size, or thickness, on short
•zotice. Hand in your orders ten days before yon
watt to nee the articles, and be sore that you will
r, et doors thatt will not 'shrink or ewell.l Termscash
v.rt delivery. .
•• Trricanda,Tnly 19,1. M. • ' GEO: P CASH.
NSURANCE.h-The f c
olloivint , reli
1 . FIRE TRIED'
G , IT HEATEI
flu established hie bllbiea-of Mlr.ufactruing and
Repairing all kinds of ! :
EDGE . TOOLS, MILL PICKS. MADE asp DRESSED
He aleo m;skes the best - STRAW (Jeri= now la
use. 'All orders filled promptly, at ,
M FA-ISTS, ElXlc WELL k CO r , TOWAttiDA, I P.t.
Janal, '74-Sm. 1 , 1
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I I MO OUR P.;iTRON§.
GEO. If' WO OD & C 0.,:
TUWANDA, PA. -
Grateful for the generous patronage of the '
past year,- would inform all wanting Pictures I
that are aro still adding to oar establishment . ,
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NEW AND L.MPIOVED INSTRUMENTS, i
And adopting tried and approved modes oi 1
printing and retouching in order to secure , i
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TIIII.T.PIIOTOGRAPI/STIIAN HERETOFORE I
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' made outside of. tbercities, and that we Make
it a specialty to enlarge all kinds of Pictures to
any,size desired, an l enish in Water Colors,
-.lndia Ink, or in Oil, "-, 'be
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-- BEST STYLES A7.i. I'ERY LOW PRICES.
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We also endeavor t 4 Ake all the time roast- 1
ble in making childrens pictures, so as to se.
extra the best results: \ I
We are constantly adding to our stock of : I
I - F RI A M E S ,
All nest Ptiorns and tasteful styles, end
niEb them at a I smail 'advance from cost.prlces.
May 14, 1873. ' i r
O . - ,
The: Fall tekm of, the 'twentitth year of this Insii
intion will open AUGUST 24, 1574. with the follow
lint Oi instructors : '
EMIS E. QUCCLAW,.PL.risictrit.,
AnMent Langnage, and 'Normal lirar.chn:
E. L. ALLLIS, A.D.
C 3lathematioal and Seientifle Branches
Coamercial and itathematiCal Braitchend
1•1 . ,
Yi.s MARY E. MEBBILL. P/LECZYT.IMD.,
Common and higher English.
Mademoiselle 3. LaQUEN ,
'rel,cl - . Language, ;Drawing and rainting.
i ' 'Mrs. L. A. BALDWIN,
; . Voc-il. Music.
Class ciU he 'organized at commence
, .01 the term. The Principal will condort the
of this class ;chiefly,- and aid ail tea• tiers
lin prove themselves worthy and competent se
t.uring positions. Effort will be made by devoting
-more ,time and using the increased ,fscilittes af ap
paratus, to make the instruction In this class more
profitable than ever before.
At a considerable additional expertise, Instinctios
lu Drawing and Vocal Music hu been made free to
members of the schooli Tbese two studies, if paid
for as, extras, as-is usually the case; would nearly
cover the cost of Witten. Provision is also made
for individual Instruction in vocal music. Mrs.
Baldwin's' ability to teach voml music is too well
k7lOlllll to need comment.
A new laboratory is being fitted up and the collec
t ion of Philosophical! apparatus enlarged. The
0 grounds are being graded. fine croquet grounds are
prepared and effort made to meet the . physical as
well u the Intellectual *Ants of the student,. y
Tuition from $4 to $lO per term. BoarCinclinl.
ing furnished room, lights, wailing, &c.. 54 Per
week! Expenses per pear in English studies; $192 ;
in classical, $2Ol. •
For circular or further information. address 4.1u3
Principal, E. E. QIIINLOT, Toirulda. Pa. : ,
duty 9,3. 1 Preiet Board 39anateeft.
0 TO JACOBS'
TEM:PLE OF FASHION:
_ , STREET,
I .j • •
FOR Mai= strum IN
isPRING . A.vri SIMMER CfLOTHING
GOODS 11.1:00TTID ZVZILY DAY.
rnavandA. April 3, la 4.
STAMPING DONE AT MRS.
lIENRX • li.LNdSBURY'S
! waudt. Dic.ll. 'LAIL
P,—, A Faun' containing
aermi, manias ifn 'PMho two.; Deserted co„
4 1 14-ret under imprownnent; Framed Hogue end
134ru. Tang orchard of 160 trees, raille, Cherries :
Peacbcs. Pears, and
, clX i ee Grapesinas thereon.
Prumprcreed tand, Cm with Pine, Chlr;Chert.
nut end Hemlock. Tertus $2O yore acre: Per further
Pulkulent call en es Wive.
1111.141." Oise 14a• 11.•
sop 1 &00110.00 lin
S. W. A.LAVOELD, PO:Wisher.
MUTH & MONTANYE, -ATTOII
- Ms Ls LW. Collice..emst of Wain slid
Mae Boasts. oppostis Paella's Drag Mors.
D. T. B. jOHNSON, PRUNUS APO)
Striozos. Moe over Dr. a. 0. Porta Soo
M. STANLEY, IS:mem,
ottocessor to Dr. Weston. Moo in Pattou's
Block. op stairs. SIM Street, Towanda. Pa.
hada of plate wort s gpectoltr. ' .10161313
DM , S.M. WOODBtritN,Tlvaidan
Mid Surgeon, Office over Wickham.' do Blurs
Towanda: Nay 1, 1811.4y*
VOYLE k MoPHERSON, Arrow.
-1. rttqa -Luc Towanda, Ps. win give prompt
attention to all matters entrusted to their char e.
Orptone Court businessa
w. worts. [may2ll3l reemeascnr.
B. Iiti2KEAN; ATTORNEY
.I.l...tizoovisiuza as Lim, Towanda. Ps P.
Ocular attention pall to business in the Orphans'
oourt. Jutr 20. 'CC
llar W. PATRICK, ' ATrommr-AT
• Law. OfiLee. liercurs Mock, next door to
he Express Office, Towanda, Ps.
t Julyl7,lB 3. -
TWAT ,CARNOCHAN, ATTOR
v ,InT A Lew (Didziot Attorney for Brad.
'ford 0 01 114).nnY, Pe. made tnaPromPt
ty remital. ' ibbll.4ll--tteo
WOOD Si; SANDVMSON
• ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, TOWANDA, PA;
JarEB WOOD. [may 27) JOHN P. SANDEitSON
WB. BELLY, :Ihrwrisr.—Offlee
• over Wickham ac,Btack's, Towanda, Pa.
Teeth Inserted on .Gold, Elver. Rubber, and Alum.
ninm base. Teeth extracted without pain. 0c23.72
MADILL & CALIFF, - A.rroarzys
an.L air, Towanda, Pa.
H. 1. MADILL. T. N. CALITT.
Mace In' Wood's Block, first door south of First
National Bank, up stairs. Jan. 8.73-17
nvERTON ac EtSBREE,
Imes AT LAW, Towards,. Pa., having entered
into copartnership, offer thelr_proiessional aerTieee
to the public. Special attention given to business
in the Orphan's and Register's Courts. apll4'7o
L. ovEurom, ta. N. C. MIANIEIN..
JOHN W. MIX,
A TTORIVE r-A T-LAW, "rows:vna,
Special attention given tci eialms against Inuit%
anco COmpanies, Wilco, Perth ride of Public
Square. • rDeo 1.8111.
-MIL. D. L. DODSON, OPERA'TIVE
) lifion4wrcia. DMITIST. Korth Maine-st.,
opposite 'Episcopal Clinch, Towanda, Pa. All den.
tai operations a speciality, Yin 14.
L'Air OFFICE, TowANDA, PA,
W. A. PECK. [Jan.lsl4] 11. STIIErrEII
ATT - ORNEY-AT.LAW.
1, 1979. Towanda. Pa
DOCTOR 0. . laaviS A GitADlT
ate of the College of “Physicians and Stirgeozgi,"
New York city, Chas 1819-1, gtirea exclusive attention
to the practice of his profession. Office and residence
on the eastern slope of Orwell MIL adjoining Henry
Bone's. jan 14.'69.,
TSR. I/ •D. SMITH; Dentist, has
purchased G. H. Wood's property, between
Mercur's Block and the House, where he has
located his office. Teeth extracted without pain by
Wei of pas. • Towanda, Oct. 20. 1870.—yr,
, 0. A.:BLACK
P - E,ET DANTES„!AvroasErs : AT
Apr 1' 4. - Towanda. Pa.
HALE & PATTON, AGE T 9, FOR
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUEANCIE CO
Office No. S Griffith: k Pation'e Block, Bridge Street
March 2G, 1874.
P, A,l QUICK, M. D., GRADUATE
. L . I.:7EIiSITIr OT Y„
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
SUGAR RUN, PA.
• Dffico at Store of J. STOW ELL. •
. - -
DI /"SLI N G •ROOMS
IN CONNECTION WITH THE DAXEDY,
• Near the done, House.
We are prepared tweed thislinngry at all times of
the day.and evening Oysters and -Ice Cream in
their seasons. •
March 30:1870,' f - D. W. SCOTT k CO.
ELWF,LL HOUSR, TO WANDA,
JOM C. WILSON
Having leased ibis Home, is now ready to acoaunno•
date the, ravelling public. Nopairuinar expense will
be spared to give satisfaction te those who they give
him a call,
Vir North side of the public wrier, east of Mee.
cur's new block.
- RP TYMEE -
RITELD CREEK HO
Jinxing purchaied and thorongtdy refitted this old
and well-known stand, formerly kept by Sheriff grit
fie, at the mouth of Bunimerlield Creek, is ready to
give good accominodations and satisfachgry treatment
to all who may favor him with a call.
Dec. 23. 868—th
I%JEANS HOUSE, A, TOWAND
• • ,
COB. YAM A.FD =MOE 8T111.1031.
The Horses, Humes!. ke. of all guests of this
house, Insured against loss by Fire, without es
A superior quality of Old English DIU Ale, just
received. i T. R. JORDAN, ,
Toward*, Jim. 24.11. Proprietor;
- . LIZATSVILLE, re.
W. DIONTIiLNO. PrioraarrOn.
This llonse la conducted in, atrialy Temperance
Principles; Every effort will bo made to make
priests comfortable. Good rooms mull the table will
always • bet supplied with the beat the Market af
fords: Nov.!. 1871.
"OLD . MORAVIAN SUN INN,"
Rich in historical intercet. it is the only hill/fling in
the country except Independence Ball, honored by
tlaric7burn within its walls of Washington, Wray.
ette, Lee. Gates and other patriots of the revolu
tion. This popular hotel has recently changed
bands, been impryied, entirely rehirMshed. and
the proprietor cordially Invites hia friends and trav
eling public to
give him a all—no pains will be
spared to render their stay comfortable. People
en route for Philadelphia will lindlit convenient, to
spend the ; night here, reaching this city about eight
in the morning. A sample room on Arst floor for
accommodation of commercial Rants.
(1. T. num
Sept 4,1873. Proprietor.
AT E FIRST WARD BAKERY.
- MRS. MARY-E. 'KITTREDGE
Haring pru;.cluired the stock and titans of H. A.
Cowles' Baker 7, has refitted the establishment and
purchased a) entirely. •
NEW STOOK OF GOODS,
Salted-to the trade, stich as
Gr.ocriurs, Teas, Correa, DittED Faurre, Mimeo
Fumy!, CONTECTION - LItY, Fitgat B&LID,
iitaiCutss, BMX. norms, AC., RAW!.
A neat and attractive
ICE CREAM SALOON' :
W.lllxi opened in 'connection. with the establish'
whersladies and gentlemen elm always dad
the best again and other delicacies of the season.
THE DINING R 00•11
Use been Saturnishad. cut Vast au thus, he irele.'
pUed,watd sabstaattel satablig, which sillt to soma
at remittable rates. harmers and others vislUng
touillsill had this r competent plate to imply the
%nuts Oahe Laser matt. - • • • •
•• - . = INA RY E. EITTREI3OIP.-
Toltaaaak April ZS, 1441. , •
rioß SALE OR RENT.--4 asii . a
blo Muse and Lot on Pcrarth . street Arth
trot* north of 0. D. Bartlett'', convenient to Usti
tate or Ortallcd School. Enquire on •
Twwwlekt*lrn 11, 'n4
nunimorrAL cam •
.." e r . ' '
AT THE ALTA*.
• BY EDEN E. 11.1 MORD.
An o:d man sat In tho doorway •
When the Inn was going down, • •
And heard tho laugh of the eldldren,
And chime of e from the town.
His hair, hke burnished silver,
FeHall about his face, r -
And.gave to the old man's Maintop
A look of saintly graie.
Tho sunset faded from crimion .
Into the twilight's gray; 1 !
And the laugh of the happi Children - , -
Like the sunset, died away. . ..
And a silence fell about blot
As he Sat there sit stone,- \ . ~
Where the moonlight, like o liken , ,
\ Lay over the throabold-itone. •
"Mary," he murmured licitly,.. .
"Arc the children all asleep ?"
And he fancied ho hurdler answer
In the shadows grown so deep.
"I wish you wo:ld read a chapter
From the - Bible, before I pray;
Sonietking abort the city
Of God, and the last great day."
And sitting there in the twilight,
Ile fancied ho hoard her read
From the Book to4hloh, all lifetime,
Ile had turned and given heed.
Fancied the voiee of his Mary,
Who for years in Heaven had been,
Was reading the dear old chapter
Over to him again.
And then, when he thought it ended,
" Let us Pray," the old . man said,
And knelt In the beautiful moonlight,
And boned his reverend head.
• • **** * •
They found Lim there on the threshold
Kneeling beside his chair-
Andthe white threads or tho moonlight
' Were tangled in Lis hair. .
That he did bbt stir nor answer ' •
-To the words-hie children said :
Low at the dear God'a--altar
Ho knelt in the MOO - alight, dead!
The vessel .in which "10 had, em
barked Was never heard from: the
family at Tangier remained ignorant
of the fate of both fatlmir and dingh
The English lady who had charge
of the little Israelite, not Wormed
by what means she might communi
cate with the relatives of her ward,
kept the child, until her own incteas
ing infirmities obliged her to
(ph& the charge. She then entrust
ed her to the care of the worthy
German - family, who made the little
stranger, at once so welcome and so
happy, an inmate of their limbic,
home. --- -
These left, in the hands' of the
Consul of the German Confederation,
at New York, information and docu
ments zuflicient to establish - the iden
tity of Eva, should her family-Cu
l-lair° after her. They. even had the
benevolent forethought to advertise,
in several English .and German pa
pers, the_name . and circumstances of
the little foreigner. When death de
prived her of these tender guardians,
Mrs- Coverdale preiented herself,
with genuine sympathy; ready serv
ice, and an offer of adoption. This
offer was accepted . by those who,—
themselves aliens in language and
nationality,—were ministering at the
death-beds of the once so cheerful
German household. The child, over
come by terror and
,anguish, had no.
thought of choice ; and when she
found herself =genially situated,
there was no longer any opportunity
for change. Her new home furnish
sd every physical comfort; no inten
tional =kindness was' shown her :
simply; the-unique aim of Mrs. Cov
erdale's existence,—that of securing,
for her own children, a competence,
and such culture as she had.not her
self enjoyed,—rendered her: towards
the poor little dependent with whom
she had, in a moment of generous
feeling, burdened herself; necessarily
exacting, unconsciously severe, and
absolutely unappreciative. •
It was through the exertions of
her friend and teacher, the - young
Jesuit mlaionary, that the knowl
edge of'--her---existence,-and - of 'der
desolate position, reached her Afri
Eager requisition was immediately
made by her grand-parents, on .both
sides, through the intervention of
the erican Consul at Tangier.
Splendid acknowledgments, in mon
ey,„in rich gifts 'of jewels and satins,
and - iirwords of Oriental' extrava
gance, even when translated' into
official English,—were made to the
protectoof the heiress. -She jour
nied, tinder the protection of a naval
officer nd his wife, to England,
where Sip was to meet her paternal
- grand-unele, the rich and learned
Rabbi, Judah Ben-Israel.
There', she awaited his arrival,
sheltered in one of the most stately'
.of English homes, and under tlae
kind care of a relative of her. moth
-01.'8,—a woman - of remarkable quali
ties and. accomplishmonts; and of a
social position only not the highest.
For two year this lady had, with
the solicitude and tenderness of a
Mother, appplied her own rare ac
quirements, tinder the inspiration of
the most sympathetic devotion, to
the development°, her young rela
tive's intellect and taste. In charac
ter., she fothdlittle left to_ desire;—
in' health and beauty, and in the
grace that comes'with it harmonious
expansion of the physical and men
tal powers, every day - brought its
gainful tribtde to the lang-cruanberit7
ed daughter of prospiltrity, ; ".'
Eva's uncle had arrived 'in
land, sad welcomed las 'niece ' '
tke warmeet love and pride.: He
.s man of advanced-age , of ERIC emi
zoUP4Arnoligbia.TYPerlie ' tOkra
hava said, sad , Anioismi.:- - -. hough,
Aker an4iviaeli,T4ll4: - ';*fte:lo4:
llinniziat of 11411* •.: 'and the'
Oree , kei4leittViiite • i V iitiAllli
.1 1 3intdilitGauls, ' a Yet', field".'
witibirs: tinkle onset, pre)*
Wool Si. his iiiitirt d .11sti
WAitir balinifiC :010 . 11 ,
woman; him her *aged English rela
tive, col:dinned in the religions kdeas
in which she had been
t : i mpited, 'he
renounced his fully. de ed pro
iect of Making:her his
immense fortune. He hbvtnieF, with
aliberality fir beyond the clalraS Of
jtiatice, preientq. her with 'a Fell
secured pecuniary independence,--ion:intended
her to the continued
kindness of heimOther's
and *Urged to Barbary. ,
Singular oircuthatances drew lain
into' the most intimate association
with a young Irish officer, whom he
met in the Holy Land, soon after.
The close intercourse, for' which
travel - gives *such peculia' opportuni
ties, cemented the mutual regard
which had sprung . out of a comtnuni
ty of danger, *sacrificer and: tnninal
help, Which hive no connection with
our ato#y. The youg Irislimintad
the delightful social' qualitienOf his
•a try, with severity of p ri nCiple,
an enlightened cOniletion in 'reli;
gionTilons, and an acquaintance
with e external s upports of 'his be
lief, scarcely to be looked. for in one
of his age id professicnt Long and
animated con \ versations, from which
the character o if ia iscitiaion 'was, by
mutual courtes , eliminated; filled
up,'for these two p , rsons,—so differ
ent in all but theuNeamestness of
feeling and their co on love of
truth,—those hours of mid-day heat,
devoted by the voluptuous\dwellers
of the Levant, to the hisurintin
dulgence of the sie.sig.
Mr. Ben-Israel announced his con
version. and returned to England, t
unite himself with the established
church,—whose communion hisniece
had already entered.
A few months later, probably as .a
coniequence of mental - disquietude,
induced by the dread of suc h painful
changes n his social relations as he
foresaw would grow out of his aban
donment of the faith of his fathers,
she aged convert died.
A will; legally attested in England
and .in ralestine, divided tds posses
sions equally between hill family and
his impoverished compatriots in the
The portion now assigned to his
niece, rendered her one of the rich,
est heiresses in England..
Mee Ben-Israel had mentioned to
me, that, on returning to this coun
try, whither some ties of affection
and of obligation yet attracted her,
she had been accompanied by her
mother's relative: and that this lady
would be with us, for a few moments,
near the close of the evening, Soon
after leaving our little chamber of
coference, I resigned my fair com
panion. to the arm of the venerable
and eminent master of the house.
The professional duties of our hoist,
intimately connected with the effi
ciency of one of the oldest and most
important institutions of, learning in
the country, seldom released him to
join the brilliant society Which clus
tered round his gifted and amiable
-TOTigllt i head bit Ihiß ;go . -
ment Rand himself free to welcome
his guests and to offer his congratu
lations to the fair beneficiary of the
evening. Mrs. Oakwood . rose frcan
the piano to greet - her hasband, and
turned with a courteous gesture to
present to him a lady of an appear
age() at once imposing and elegant,
vibe stood behind her. Superb eyes,
black as jet; abundant snow-white
hair, lying-smoOthly across a com
manding forehead; a height that rose
to the majestic; a shaps beautiful
and very nobly' borne; features of the
finest sculpture, and a smile ineffably
engaging, fixed the attention, and
deepened admiration into sympathet
She leaned on the arm of a young '
man, worthy to be the support of 1
such a mother; and, in spite of the
most sharply defined contrasts -of
complexion, no one could for a mo
doubt that such was the rela
the lady held towards him. The.l
same lofty and
the same easy and yet princely grace
of attitude and expression, character
thom both; bat his eyes' were'
blue, and fall of light; and the; botin- I
tenance round which his yellow, locks
clustered, , in sunny, yet massive,
rings, was as white and ruddy as a
This gracious pair, I soon learned,
were the English kindred d Miss '
Ben-Israel. The young man was
not the heir of the.ancient and ele
fated .title his —ainter--:hors----Tiit
'marriage' of the widowed .head of 1
that,great house, with the Israelitish
heiress, had been, forestalled in the
right to give a prospective Lord to
its estates and honors. That pre
rogative had belonged' to an earlier
union, with a lovely Scottish girl,:--
the playmate of his childhood. lier
children, a twin non. and daughter,
were many years older than David,
the offspring of their father's second
espousal. The, latter bore, according
to the conditions of the marriage
contract, his mother's Jewish name,
—as inheritor of wealth, !rem' her
,kindred, 'far superior to that
:which would accompany the peerage,
when it should pass to his elder
brotheri lot. Early attrneted, doubt
less through the sentiment of his
maternal nationality, to a study of
the languages and traditions , of the
Hebrew race, (exponents of a ch'iliie-
Hon tho earliest whose inspirations
are more than a myth to the popular
apprehension of - thewestern nations) .
he lied 'found the Bible the most
festinatingf books. On his 'young,
generous iris , that ancient and „
beautiful word exerted an infuence
at oncelroadening and refining.
. It w 11 him from the frivolities of
~ is called " society -' and render
ed, m his case, almost null, the
to ptations that cluster around an
elted personal position. ' it awoke
in brief, to a deeper and fuller
soling. of Humanity, and of its rela
tons to tie Ahsolute;--effecting for.
him, What; genius sometimes accent
plidtbli, and inig . ht., be expeetedil:
ways to accomplish: • ' -- - ' "-
: He ,lisol.become a.clergynian,-46.
Vtif§s I VilDifY27:* tliSt inner
vveti 441 thewe girents, ' olth lkio4
11Olf e rtiltde Eill'!;.'ed,litipo-,
tiolkiiibifpf. aild%iiit l ie '. ;:ttilidiTarit4'
Dm. Cheettat i gt eilcortip - Iliiht4,"eri.
g4giDg, ho imamate& .all: thit,eon
confer distinction IR, cane-Piatem
ord; but he bore his-part in life and
itt anOotylt nu iliWifolfilicift in
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its catholic sense), with .a modest
unconsciousness, a cordial Self• Obli
vion, which might have fitted; and
adoruad, the humblest ttositiou In
the church and thelyorld. I '
I hes:lA/eh, with gratified atten
tion, on the sweetness and dignity
with which Mrs. Oakwood; had pre
sented her husband to the newily-ar
iiYed pair, and, bent fozward, with
involuntary interest, to witness the
meeting of the latter with Miss Ben.
Israel, when My eye was caught by
the look the young Englishinan fixed
on his cousin's face. There was in
it, (unless my eyes of another gone-.
ration road' the tale amiss); yet 'One
revelation more of the old, delicious
Story, impossible.. of _utterance, lint.
possible of suppression,—the_atory
of the sentiment which made - his
seven - years' . service to the
shepherd:prince, fattier and' foimder
of the line to which these tito , younir,
nobly-endowed persOns belonged
"if but a few days, for the looe he hael
to her !" ,
&t the moment when 'Miss - Ben-
Israel returned the salulaticins of her
aunt and cousin, I snatched! a glance
at her own sweet counte nance. I
,saw the 'rich , carnation leap to her
candid brow,—the . soul speak one
word, quick, spontaneous, sacramen
tal, through the ingenuous eye.
There was no need of the I buzz of
whispered 'comment, -whiCh pro=
nounced Miss Ben-Israel the promis
ed wife of her kinsman. I paw that
Nature had set her choicest seal on
this happy destiny,—that, to all the
affience of fortunate gifts Ilavished
in this darling of circumstances; the
• .ur and the Man had come, 'to add
the owning dignity, the Crowning
blesstess, of an equal, a I mutual,
and a prsperotu3 Love 1, . •
\ LW END. •
COMITSIIIP AIM MA ONT IN CIERMANY.
In defaidt of a public announce-
went of a betrothal, people in ,the
habit of watching the actors from
evening to evening may tell 'by one
infallible sign when the happy climax'
is reached. AS soon as the swainsbri
gins to pay the young lady's reckori-t
ing in addition to`-his iiwn,Ldepend
on it they are engaged. up, to that
time the maiden's Gransebraten has
been reckoned at the close of every
evening with the account of the fam
ily and paid for by the fond iparent ;
but now the burden has been light
ened. The future eon-in-law meets
his sweetheart's expenses, lint them
alone. Even if there be nobody else
with them but the mother ' she always
pays her own bill. Nightafter night
one may see at the- same restaunint
a young man pay for himself and his
sweetheart, while the worthy matron
just as regularly is left to: the re
sources of her own 'purse.' If the
three visit the theatre ho purchases
stalls for two, while the mother takes
NT_ place in the queue, and leoks out
for here and_ the rule is 'acarcely.
ever. broken. be said, , • on the
one hand, that the mbiber ; having
shuffled . off the responsibility of ter ,
daughter's entertainment, ought to
be satiefied with tliat. it May be
urged on the other hand that hi, view
of the fidelity; nd regularity expected
of a German lover, the support of
the young Maris in itself enough,
and he ought not to be asked' to have
the mother super-added—at least
until after the marriage. Tiring peo
ple engaged are expected to pass
three hundred and sixty-five evenings
a year in each other's society. If they
have a more exalted,lmaitiori in the
social scale, there. will generally be
facilities for entertaining the, victim
at the home of the intended,, and for
beer gardens they will now and then
Substitute a concert or pla,y. But
the full quota of evenings is always
Berlin is fast outgrowing slow
matrimonial machinery. The diplo
macy of the mother and the harm
less arts of the daughter are giving
away to the - more simple and MOTS
expeditious System of ~, matrimonial
agencies. Au English reader would
have some trouble in, conceiving the
progress made within year. or two
by, that extraordinary business, and
not even a, Gorman can forecast its
future possibilities. It is,pot',en pagh
Oita. there are nomOIX. who, in 3440#107
five itulVerfiselneuts,, . *4 0 .:
their ; benevolent ptirposes,, imd , who
in Fledeet" sPerte 3 o4 l 43 A 4 .4 prate
way, :bring ;the anxious together.
Not even the slender veil of tlie t t
gree of prudishness is 110 W I thrown
over the traffic. 'There are now great
offices, with their managers, their
matrons, their ledgers„.and hierarchy
of clerks, and. which offer,. applicants
of either sex their choice from two or
three brindred candidates. •They is ? ,
sue their cat4k.gues, like Ithe old
boek. shops, and omit no important,
details.; Thus the candidates will be
classified like this: 250 maidens from
the bourgeoisie, 170 widows, of the
same class, 90 maidens and widows
from the aristocracy, with forttmes,
&c.; and on the other side: 300 gen.-
tlemen, merchants, and that class,
100 Government affloiala,' 50 Country
..And recently the
business had risen to the clignity.of
an organ of its own. The- Matrimo
nia/ elo'urnal, issued Weekly, contains
the advertisements of these l agendeS
as well as of candidates thethseliee,
notices of bOolo3, an 4 inis — Cellineous
matter' well dalerdated Set forth
thabeatities 'of Married and feel
encotirage the wavering.. -t Zoiidon
News. . '
Do Ennapmcci m the
result' of practical eitrYday experi
ence-that steady attention to mattcM
of detail liel3 lat the root of human
progress, 'and that diligen i ce,"aboYe
all, Is the mcither ' of good' lutt:
Accuracy, also, is of much itipoTt.
ance, and an invariable matt•Orgood
training in I inant:—tie, 91:s.
inflation, ' d *p 2 u, - ,
racy - 101M riane l itotieni
l ! la_44llr #l l 4ititittiPit AniatiOattit
11 0 1 4 13 Abi1ftiM14 1 044 11 44144,4 1 4".
'bvertuvl 40.44etoRisf 1 / 4 )64
be Ore.:4P giiitior,Oks , NeWinseritit.
thitt, l m T e ,#paa gkiw,'Aubviastiouoti
,Ingi4 Ws ore wisdom ana toctiroae-..,
riLO4-1-A9F t4eiu4 !theneite r,itrcex,
" HoU'ver You. look at the-great
,Cathedra it is noble, it is beautiful!
IWhereVe 'yeti Stand' in - Milan; or
,within seven Miles of Milan; it is; vhi.
,ible; and w hen it's visiblee-no' o th er
1 01 440. chain *or whole,tateu
tion. L ve your eyes tudetthre bt
,your will ut a single; instant, and
t hey will 'rely • turn to' - seek - it. It
is the' thing yotelcibk for - hen
you rise' ' the morning, and the last
your lin ring' gate - nits 'ltieli" at
night. rely it mast be the prikel
Hest creation that ever braid" of 'min
Coneeived.' "What - a z'Vronder it hi I
go grand; io - soleiitii' to‘o*artt rated
yet so delicate; do airy, `tei "griceffil I
kvert - 'werld .7 or 'Solid' Xtelght, Mid
yet-Wit:ems Irrther croft inoordight;
only a fa' "delesion of`froit-ivOrk
that ' niig t vanish 'with a; - breath!
How eh ly its - &netted 'angles,
erness of spires were, cut
againstth sky, and how richly their
shadows f t ; upon its showy roof! It
was a vitd ,it miraele, an anthem
sung in stone, ,a - poem wrought in
marble." ' , 1
'With this quotation from x the lan
gnage-of another, we . will bid pod
bye to and .its . Cathedral, 4i4a
take up : o 'r line of march for Verona.
AU the railway . officials have on the
fronts' of their caps the letters,"F A.
1.,"` which Incited my Curiosi ty, not a
little to know what they couldsilei
fy; but I soon ascertained that t ey
were the mitials of "Permit) , ta
Italia,"—tipper Italian 'Railway.[As
the ground w as
, covered with illiOW
and the atmosphere thick with
Orli Views of the . xemtri , were very
limited.:. We Patna. thrOugh F,er
gamo, firmus for its great Fair held
annually limn . the middle of: . August
to the 'middle of September. Gcca
aionall . we passed alOng, ,we
would - t linppe :of BoMe old Oaa
tie; crow nin g ' a height; From roe-
Seenzano to Peschiera, ire were ion
the shore rot Lake Gar da. In the
vicinity 'Of . POzzolengo, waif fought
the obstinate and sanguinary battle
Of Solferino, Jane 24, .1859, between
the united French and Italian gar-
Miesand the Austrians. ' The village
of Solferino lievon the heighti, a
short d ist ance south. ' 1
Verona was reached in due thne,
where we idieembarked, preparatory
tp spending a 'few hours. Having
deposited our. 'effects at a hotel, we
sallied forth for a few minutes' walk,
91 all the lowns we visited, this lin
appearance, was. the most ancient,l If
any one had told me that , these.
buildings had been left over at the
time or the flood, I should have 'ac
cepted it m perfect faith. The town
was founded by. the laauls, and after.
wards- weals Boman colony. It now
has 60,009 inhabitants, besides a
garrison og 6,ooo;—is situated at !4,0
base of the Alps, and is the most ,1131•
portent le tress. in Venetia. _With
Pee.chiera, o and Mantua, IA
termed th famous. qu'adrilaters4Bo..
:Michl3lW abc4t. aiteen IriPtEk ago.
KNFats the k4P4lenco. 'of the.d4ombard
princes in.e•m s"
iddie age' eketelibf
s eq u ently uffered severely from the I
Contests' C the Guelphs_ and,, the
ohib e lli a . until a happier _era
dawned er the- .illastrions Sea111.:1
gem. c.° It after Wards i'..duie . into the
possession of Venice, in whoa: 4,,A.41'
it remained until the end of theire
nalan reptfblic. In this city is laid
the scene iif, , Shakspeare's " Bowie°
and Juliet;f' and not far from Our
hotewe s w the house, once the
rand real o nce of theCapulets, now a
'tumble - own structure, over the
door of which is still to be Reis a
hat (Italiail eapello) the distinctiie
emblein in the armorial bearingi of
Um family. From_ the curiosity our.
presence on the street °cautioned,
we judged that strangers were
what of aly.. We , soon had in
oar wake a least a dozen boye,lall
anxions to serve as guides. The
narrow aft ts, like alfeys in Ameri
oat cities, ere comparatively deem;
hat, like ' n, were destitute lof
sidewalks. They were full of the
*faintest little shops, containing the
most remarkable articles, mixed to
gether without order or taste in their
arrangement. I stopped at one Ire,t
I,Yriat old omen,--itseemed.niere
kreces. ii s. i Ow. Vg4 1 .7 4 /9. '..doom ,or
lrifidOlv. TO look at, it appeare to
jtelesert 'o junk-ehop 'ormei:l'oloe
.4r old iron:.:•l , kthought ; iperhapoi I
:might get .some.. little ...memento
1 Verona fox a email sum,' but was
aetcaiphodl to find asp:tondo, rubies,.
carhunciea pearls,' beautiful( images
;rved , in Try,. silver .Aladounas Inn
iown . looselytnto A &ea case. ',I It
Ras a refirdar treasure-house of old
Tea ' , ltalian being too limit ed
1 r the occalione I naked .in F oh
t price 4 some artiele, (nearly ail
4allase_ , speak some French), )hat e
found sbeecituld.not tenthirstand , tbei
when some one at my Adlase. intim.
Pr 9 ted ERY IlUlSion tft her, / looked
around and'found a crowd'of at i least
twenti-tive Men,' Welton' and Chil-'
dren, that had collected,' watching .
My. every; movementah , eagerly= se if
iF had be n e a gorilla just escaped
from a Menagerie. I suppose - the
old woman discovered my nationali
ty, and • fore' thoight 'me tri fit
sabject fe her deiniechN Jur oho c lout
each in enoriiices price on her
wares, 'that I reeerifidered "ify inten
tion, .and' left—without railing' 'any
,purchaace, mush (appareritly •to ,the
disappointment of the by-standers....
We engaged .a flame, and drove,
among other . places, to the Amplii•
theater,. it123A01184-- structure,.
built MA Die tier, . (A. IX Witl),
i l lus
00 ANA: i'41811), 6.16 feet long end
438 feet Wide, resembles ..strik i ngly
the -,pietnrce: of the...Ookeneurn F at*
Rome,. except thatrit, iii: in; aim&
bettcr.l4Wcf Ennetraticak. , It would
bola 25," people sitting, sad Alpo,
000 more , cacao aitud, ,„4,,* .0.109
eliPtiiitilaipe, 441 its a rcades arc
1461 , iiiiMiopy withoeffffiidoililstii•
. g oafabmnattuirikohdaigit
~ . .. , ,Agoitest.
1 os. " .. .tv , 1 4 . OpIRMM. ,
.Cti ,„ ,
I Aict, !. ;F • . aliarot Jra .(4 te
I mile; : miiitveilkKiiireleiteinfififi:
1 rapt of very modest appeartak tei/
• eerilitil tni".lleppli.liintiof Itily bA thi
4oitt vpi6as cop, of-: Charlemelpie.!'
.•4apjaiVo itUailf e4bidotneite r ,
.4,-,;,1.i. wow; 14: 044wokiii priii4o4.ll4.
_trie the Itzt4?:,
• PEON ITALY. "I
- 4 •
, whOos.evety .seltiokboy -teraerabere
each a Preeminent olnlrecter iwhis
:school, historyi--4 . wea th er.
`stained monunient` for f
gotten coitieicitith eldeltureti:ylo,
the inscription- namely regibhi
Allying Completed our tour-of -the
,and eaten our dinuccAkt...oo
hotel 'lr - fa
ell: tiondra t a we took
the train for ireniee; " AS it 'was niitr i
night,...we were obliged' to' 'bottle up
OW Vence. and picture .1 0 ;. 0 0r.;
ashes Appearanc e of :the country
betivean - Verona and Venice..;
ttmetely, the nightliii clear, so that
waimevi when we-wentkii the vicilii•
t r y Verde* , whieb with ita:dimit l
,!tits I..toxerel bodi- aurae% seemed
to, /in from the son- g199!1 We were
do the - bridge, Said ,by the guide 4 .l
boots tirbe the - I(lng&et in tlin 'world;
mining =the Iteguri. —The -smoke
from the locomotive, the.breeza'frini
the ttifk big*, Imp oi
ion, the waters beneath. our .les,
made us imagine we were 'far kern
the earth, coursing in.-some distant
and ;11D/FPOWII. tegitM,• At' laat the
train stopped, and we were,back to
earth once - more., The gas lamps,
the porters' lamb* in every direc
tion,' the •bustle and- turmoil wore all
too real to belong to anything .but
this earth.. We Were show n :one
end of a long platforni, where at the.
foot' of some marble' steps were rear
shaled Aline of 'long blackgondolas.
Having given the name - Of our hotel
to the gondolier., si4 stepped its and
sank back on the Cushions/oring
ourslves over to the thought that
we s ,ere in the romantic city of ',Ven
ice. I Imagine an ellipse • Of. black
wont}, at one of the Axtramities a
great halberd, cut deeply with teeth
whose steelshineslommonsly and at
other end, a little twisted tail. lii
the eentre the- place of repose,
lined inakle•witkiblack velvet, oeverr
ed. with, : black cloth, ,witb.. silk s . em=
broidery, full of soft cushions or =cot
recce leathel.proiided' iith four
windOws, of Whose glatulds, curtains
and .blinds, you can make what use
you 0138 . 130. ebject more funereal
in ita apps ance. than the gondola,
?mild scarcely be imagined.
We glided along noiselessly op the .
Grand , Canal, occasionally passing' l
some. other gondola like a meteor, .
then 1 turning a sharp corner and
darting up a 'Uwe! canal, ,witli
houses ' towering
_up six" and-seight'
storiee high on each side, not a' lisp
of no* except the splashing of the
oar, only when turning a corner , into
some, ,other ,
_canal, the gondolier
would utter a ehare cry . warning
to any craft that ;night be approach
ing from that direction. — Back again
into the Grend Canal,and just as we
were,lbeginning. to wonder- it j. our
Charon had not forgotten. where the
hotel wai3, We drew np to a flight ,of
steps,i and on striking • terra firma
ones mom, were cerdially greeted by
the proprietor of the.hotel,. who lee
usto a most. comforteblentadia
room 'where we found Americart7' .
gush papers; tinny' theiiii anfh
k7ehiper we could:desire, to:,,t2;,,!.ena,thlg
eatisfiedwithourselves and* old aid la st
. 44440: Aa'acolietitaKV. th erztrgi
fired to bed, ,to sleep end itirb7
parcel of laud sltn-
Tnr dramas:lg etre t'll
. __ l •letgrg
tea/ and • Surgicadoi e p t -lo i lVi n c: i rga r lgt
___,,,, _ . ; ,,,,is of land, more or less, all
VW. Stare 0 ....Oki l e irn and few fruit' trees
cursing arthiter , i •
PI: Wh° i 8 ,:4 t . ;lir b gigreede.,:f f 111 1 4 a s it Ito
thii-re•fle'"hbu'r'elfr l d oo: f • t illrh att b KlaYait ' east
d by tho public bi ta iZa y t r lre l lit a
Gent I fittli:n c d e , n ln tr O e te w or,_ L,TiT imp l gctl 4- hmt
taken, br.", framed wa,gon t a k e n anu°k"4:lr2t
tit3t. It rar.l= a 4 d rtrelZUZil uu°l3 at
-it I I tak .e other lot, pie& or parcel of lan d situ.
the Cfreaitt g n e Z b t ;lVAlT and li asf°ll° "'
_ of Winans UMW south by lands of
mrao„, sesames Espr dec'd, and : west by' lard y
• I. 113 1 , t 0 1'11 11 511 Vito% " dale& and Richard
II ' I, with g : 6 frT. I :d'acn ia ,V,', 6 l taar%
tin& f a i t h=h o i ; ri k au. Belled and taken Into
J willihoes other lot, piia3 or I re e 'efof land alert-
ter' ;mei:r at a I'll Lantz; as
by land On
will nevelt:it south ' by I land in possession o f3 f .
injurmna tlV.7:l='?:oler l. e . Vo'Plal, e m" d t
or t o oth er i4o acres improved, With a fram ar eo
beet - the ONOt t l a i r n l to a :xe d a og w on ft anlt t e r Tit t e h ; r lll:mg n.
not reveal iteThruil „ , '
ihg inaprnden t fown
's t ili a b la o r gife a rfi c s l f l o a ll t grit t t;
gain. I II adt bY lk , rain g r' rom Ed*ll lt 'l le 175 ; cL e uir t 7
giveairgativeaws of Peter Wolfe, And west by
the damn . .
c le ; , ,, c a ta x li t z iTt ?3 acres of land,
*VW of, the. pal trees thereon ra a l i a tetTin e V4 g .
„' 'zi t 'la° snit of 9:0. use vs.
it 't o b e R a m iri. piece or pluter ion !an
al/Obit& - . 1 NAN". • if a ?if:3 l rl l d'SZii. 'it
s b i tai es na of iN ii el . #.2..llerritf Ina r. 8
' hi haixititnte.ol a' `tol - grroi l t i o ld ir tc %
stiiko th(tir,beertni n e l a * TatVMa i ' l frn
courage the fata l. gnd taken into exectitim ? At
I___7gl.._,l7_, ,77y,i t , Z.)... Baker.
will, ielUie 1 , 0 ZiWell*r parcel of land Mtn-
Mate tathitarldf. ' t h 76ll li l i P n A 4 bounded as fol
intrirmacY stale 'an;
,east - b a e y
b Thomas. At
entente. in Lec g t ,:bo a n n t /ze a s c t r ty ; l i ras
servihl , these , n a ps, „wed. with a lo t; 1, 0 ,7,,r 3 :
inn SOU 24 „, i ten into exacabon at
That i s ili a , i nd h Et ilo a llet Titus Jr.
oath a that welahordiforj gitt d s,i
re • a.andrespeeted.
1 of laud li on 1
South WaN y
crly ng too "I
- ter ft
~ 's, and being lot
ll___ —An old ' iieotet d in`g: g lai' f
taking' ' his' grist to milt '' hii cou:tyl e t
thrown serous the bit& •of hirifis'tor d sl ° .`,
7 heti• the, aninallaturablea, • an th
. 1 dobert
grill! fell to the 'ground, Bel l- e"
not strength to raise it . , being:Vl':
aged 'than, bq't he - ea* "
riding along,And thought he would'
appeut to , tini" for 'help. -Rut i the
horitep?3o,proved, to be the nobleman ,
who lived /Pi the. castle ba r d._ by,,en4
the farmer could, not. muster courage
to'ask alavor of tifil.' :But the -no
blemen' Was regerdlentan , also; 'snit
not uraitirwtor.be .stekak help:do*
diamOohteld, and Wilton lhoot they,
liftia, tbe grain to, -the ' horse's . flack. dohtli-4or he ter'es,u.geiitlemen,
lifted, , i fir Eihtiltritoek- bontek - and:
paid.si i'lly-lordk- horr shall. I- ever
thank yon for yonr great.kiuthiatar.
"Very etqyJohn4Jhplied_ tlano
bleman; "whenever . ,yon. ape another
Anna, in-the same litres ion. were
ip jusknow,lel ' - *A will ,
be thapking Arie,!' ,1 r• _,.:, ` 1 , .
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I - • •
• • - AMMO N& HANIVFOIL
liOW A CiktngAT SCANDAL WAS DEALT WITO
4 ~.sinviri ruse see. 1 •
About' :i .i , . i,‘ ,- -:!_-_-. z 1 ,5: --,
lived -- ittiisinuitil It;-3rerY great
man. is name was Alexandei
,f fttOtil -. ~W' lisd-lent-s.:distin
oTithedi officer '.o3o.#4l.:BOYollttiOni
and a liiiitetfitend in& enueseloi
;of the illindribuii - Viraatin4ttai - On
.HantiltOtt beeaine.a leader of -a-great
R9liti„„eal.,Part4 ,tind..r. , was. , appointed
We ttreg &en t ry of the. Treiliapri, of
the, Thule& Weir.. 'lie Vi - as: the
ebb: It intriial eliet f i lle4 thitt'bflieci'
.44,1 it'party ja det-afilliztie -elf . .fleres„
pclit4ol, emitiunent, ,lift, Remake:
_theewaa 4.Pungw. It of, many bitter,
iiiiiiiifts. Hie awn eirty,--Aril not`
relo7ar - tiritibaeraiiiiri'its coin; 'ei at-i
4aeks. ~.31r.=hfferi,,n-*as ttbi.? target.
of„the.Feden4.ini. Hamiltonian dil
tribla, 1 jpi, ,orivate i life, „too, ,was
overhauled, and his , every act dis
tbrted- into sbniething criminal or
immoral. There via rid limits - to
this sort of labift , ton-both videir. - 'At
list. the iTeffer' ,, dans lighted Upon 'a
Iprecious, bit .ok scandal. against. Mr.
Tramiliati, which did not- even need
colonfig or'fi exaggerati on to render it
extessiVely diatestefial ter his friends,
andagingtokut refutation. The
history ran thtui:.• •,A.. bum= .and .st.
tractive woman'hid visited the yoim,g
~, .. ..., _ _
and - Susceptible - Secretary of the
Treasury, and under pretext of seek=
ing some fisvoii of bun,' had capti
vated ,and- :seduced him _from - the
path of dptyl . and, morality.. AD
amour of, a somewhat exvended and
Complicated 'character sprung out of
thenffair, - which had gone far enough,
however, .to• - eipose the eharaiiter of
tho woman 7 aspan adventuress and
blackmailer of 'the . mast ' aYarictutut
nature. Finally, a convenient hus
band was ititioarteedinto the'drania;
an , illiterate an - - vulgar felldw, who
attempted, the ,ipanel :rune (in- the
great Secret:4m . y. Nothingtut an of.;
fice in the Treaeury_or. $50,000 in
Cash would SoTibe - the wounds of - his
honor -and tornanbal , felicity which
were inflicted tip Hamiltoe. . - ,
The great man resisted'and defied
the arta and importunities of both
the woman' and her suPpositious hus
band. ThereOPOia they -sold their
valuabh i s i lsbeaulel to, the' enemies of
Mr. Ha iltOn, who were not slow - in
laying the [ WhOle affair before the'
world. The 'friends of Hamilto n de=
. nied the story at first, but were quick
ly silenctd by the amazing, coniage
and hon sty ofl his answer. Freely
admi.ting that he had strayed from
the paths of duty and" had grievous.
ly sinned as fat,lNi” , ,,a , Mnsband nu
, .- .1
der the °P . .4.`fe l) na tt 4 T 7t t s ° , n d tc Cash old I'...k.Ca=m;
yelk. - Oldit , -5 interest' in one other ant, y.r.e, or :an
- 1 • , , 1
_,. of I,.na. sitnatia In , the Paid Boro.ef .tow.atula,
a - aundeel orithe Marta by Poplar-st.tast by Third-et,
south by land of Wmtirtiha, w.-,thy an alley•, be.
trig about 165 feet front on said Third-st, and about
221 feet back on axial Ye - Oar-et, with .a. two.StOry
gothic bral ' dwelling hones, small: framed, barn,
other buildings. with trtait,mil ornamental trees
thereon. Sill loiknOwn a. the It.irnelfeai it.l.F.tha
David Cash estate. ,
ALSO-One other 1, piece or parcel of band se
the'propertrof the , de entiant, 6
_D Cush, situate lift
the Wel Bore ot,Towands, bounded ,ou the unillt
by 131119 of SubfrOOL Ti'alborn add H Jai:ohs, east by
land of T C Deland, south by Fine-SG,! *est by lend
of C M Marivillehbein); abent 100 feet front en said
Pine-at, ', being it!luut 11.1 t feet ca:cp, running
back trythe nth 'lic i t:if said' Walborn end Jacobs,
win a tram : d
dwelling house thereon.
ALSO-Th defendants, 0 D Cash arid .F A Cash,
undivided 2- inte.rest,in one other lot, lateen Sr par
ed of land s tuate in, Barclay twp, c--ntaining 113
Acres, more or less, in the warrantee mune of Dal
Cunningham, with saw milt '2 mill bonsai ' and
stable: , thereon. , 1
ALSO-1 he said &andante undivided 2.5 interest
In one other lot, picce, or' parcel of land situate in
the township of of Barclay, state and' county afore
said, contai nig . OA);acres, more or less, in the
warrantee tams of Peter Ladley.
ALSO-- , The Bald fi q to3deraii 2 5 qtcrest in ono
ptber lot of land situldo in said Barclay township,
containing, 3'o acres, paere or lees. in the warrantee
name of Jo.eph Lanly.
• ALSO-Theiniid def. undivided 2-5 interest in one
'other lot of land s taste in said township of Basclay
containing 355 acres, amore or less, in the warrantee
ttanie of Walter Stawirt.
• ALSO-Ssifd delta. nuctivided42-5 interest in one
%Aber lot in 'Barclay and Overton, containing 400
scree. more or less, in the warrantee DaUl'i of An
drew Ladly. ; ; i l
) 4-o:ea and taltin into execution at. the' =kW- R.-
T. Fox use la. C. D. e'asli and E. A. Cash security.
At-o, E. A. ('ash's lin.Bvided I 0 interest in said
, land , at the suit of J. 114, phlianiy ye. F. A- Cash.
I Alen, F. Al Caritiii undivided 1-5 interest in said
lands at the "snit of j.,P., Kirby vs. l': A. Cash, I'.
w. Cowell. (,h-orace P, Cash and Wm. °riffle security.
ALSO-Onh other kit piece or parcel of land situ,
kite in Tow - 1111;1a borq, , bc)unded as f ollows, to wit :
Or. O the north- by an al ley: east by tem of L, C. Nel
son; sonth 1 y clo stout Area, and west by land of
dames 11. N .vois, being t 5 feet front on said street
and rnunin; back to Said killey about 200 feet, more
or less, wit a flamed TEles framed barn,
outbuilding ; fruit tr , es and grape vines thereon;
'being the s a ho land as coi veyed by 'l.l. W. Thomas'
and wife to ay Cha.Tel, lee* deed bearing date Sept.
14, 1571, ant recorded in Deed hook No. 109, page
121. ate. i 1 . . hi
ALSO-On" ether lot, rice or preel of,rland situ.
stein Towanda bore, bounded and descr‘bed' as
follows. to wit: Beginning on the north line of Arra.
widow Hortaton's landeo feet west of the west
lino of Ton' th'Street; t Aare north 11 degrees and
10 minutes west 255 feet e the south Lia of land of
the estate of E.. Suit h, dec'el; thence westerly
along said Smith's line 421 feet, to the east line of
)lira. Widoi BaistoWls land; thence south 29''3 deg-,
east 262 fe t to the ,corner of saidllirs. Houston's
land: then e along said Houston's north , life 456
feet to the place of beginning, containing 2 and 7-9
acres (Aland, more on le s, nearly all iMproved, no
buildings, being the; s ci land as conveyed by
James Fast r and %cif to Jay Chaspel, by deed
bearing date "Feb. 0, ' 1 71, and recorded in Deed
• Beek No. 103, page 380, A.c.
ALSO-One other let, piece or parcel of land situ.
ate in Tolvanda boro, b landed and described as fol
lows, to wit: Begirmin on the west line of Fourth
z ieet north of tho north line of If:louden
'street; the ce northerl along the west line of said
Fourth street 120 feet O the south line of land of
the estate of F, -H. Ser th, deed; thence Ave*terly,
along, said Smith's ion Ate 144) feet to* oorner
,th Mice southerly on, aline parallel with said Fourth'
street 150ifeet to the northwest earner of Henry
Doysts' lot; thence. eashlrly'aloug said Ora' north
line 150 ft to the placOof beginuing.conta oink 19040
square toed land., More or lera,all inoproved, no
bnildings. t Seized and taken into exeontion at the
sulker J. ~ Hirt* , use vs:Jay' Malta Also at the
suit Of James Foster. is. Jay thaapel,
. ALSO-One other lot, piece or parcel al laaa alba
stein drinfort bore, loonnded as tollows, te, wit: On
the north 1 y Mill CMk4 silt and south by lands of
Jacob c, .tochwell; and west by land of Diehl
Rockwell, yontairthag 9 'acres of land, more °flees,
all improved, wall a framed house, framed barn and
fruit tree. fLereon. !Seized and taken Into exeCiation
at the snit c i J. E. Bullock vs. Elisio.. Rockwell and
John B. Reekwell. '...41e0,'1t the snit el Strait, Cht4
A Co. vs.4. , 9.ll.lannortrand J.B. Rockwell: •
ALSO no ether idt, piece Or paters' bt.TAnd attn.
ate-In WVAOT. t.'lMnsinp, same being lots Noe. 1& 2
'dot Block'Nn. :IS of'Dri F. rieschnt'ir stibdivltion of
act Towanda, containing one-half an acre of land,
Core or less, all inuiroved, no buildings. Seized
the-akin into execution at the salt of,E. C. artrUey
saTAt. Camp, 1 ' ..,,
kft . , , T i pne other let t piece cr parcel of land sibi,-
- "lnt . 2 t .''ands boro,bohnded as follow!, to wit':
BUS tne N. b'y lands of Solomon Walborn and H.
11 0 ii i it,„,, , iland of T. C Delano; south by Fine
i ~..• ..lust or e: sr. Manville, being 100
Id -,Ow- , , WM. on said Pine street, 'and ran,'
r .„;,..„„ aact i ian ,....,Astatore or bait toi.the sou th
n .'m aim ain 4 d Jacobs' lancloxith a trained
der ialiinlied 1 .40,.. 05_ , 1 and taken into ex
- - - • r ,
vs. C. D. Cash.
iiaggi -CUr/1110 1 ,UII Or 'it Rued of land situ.
shriiii - difeiiii 'and esilieTat i va co, wit :
16:ettiriit - all titi;rthe'eUd - lirivA: H. H.
i3%-t0- 'w n ;In te, caeca
in:the chts , A
of i cik04,431,**01k4 , 940 , ...ta. 41
unitreakreferiu,that wield noitg.
!the iidisitrelir dlr'iocifirvAlibiong
lii4 And it is her- duty to . dult It
15 the duty-ot:ilwelsoreh to--make
ttilt w dcflo l e ja ', : Vr i kt i9 r a ti l s
:iht .., : ~ .
e , ... 14 ,,,..„, T i atoil l 3r me
- ,z - fatricregiii trititiftgetef
L . itddieeni fatasaiiiii,
•:. ,-, : L .: t : - 6 -'. • . . -kilimilidual,
h . : . ljuitistoga.
• aPlQ"*liii tyr e
A_ .. i i h.
t li culta itl „
~, , i „ 44pal t oi l it-r e Am,
arwrn alt . * l O '
p oi 00/IditioltAt
tiliTikkeit.(ly itul k otelli I , -
' '• . • • - *.•,-
41 1§0 1 1 ..
-: ". - 4 ---- zoirnnt
.: i.. 147. tertials. - , v -.. 4 . , ,.,e„
A L en r 7 1 ...... e • -
_ L _ , .
, CUP Pg. .feierbill gig fitamig.
Had yaw letter to - the , postmaster e
,and to ll hie' 7....,tit OA- ii Amp on . ,' it..
It aro ,'outUfelumgetteilitimyou
hind it to him next ; time.you are
' 'lt wont - 4 " ueeemmillici dcr *
however, as Owe calla are worth
- rAWrzems , .t . *hen - yea ' land _in
your lettlr„ ii pot forget to tell the •
tcotrasestel , h e . eure tuid kyle it go.
yeirdo j ri t give ' this_wurufug,, he
.ma ~keep it the J office., ' ,
-- T -Asermat , , Alwajw remember to
' e a ff i the lP st Otel7 04 bsild .your
lett() to h i end uot put them in
-I* 'f , it ~ ypikiltillte post
rl i ali l will * - li sTe:4ollo* to do,
oa you AvilkEhereliy encourage - boi
ling. itemitiber that the postmaster
unkind to ,
ire a box, do
Of it or_your
name,hut Stand`there slid rap. = This
ohligothe p ostmaster to take a
gOod i look 7012. '•. " ' -
• • I Aim= 2nd. l, When he hands out
your ;mail; don't fail to ask him if
that is , aIL (Postmasters are in the
bible, of holding back part of one's
meil,lwhich of . course they will not
do after this qUestion is asked).
of psper does `f . not come, , ask him
what ha ship4es is the reason; and
tell him it is mighty curious. It Tbst.',,
master ought to know what is wrong
in' such cases after being in the busi
nits a few months. It is wellio tell
him where you are expecting it from,
and What it is about, &c. This kind
of 4 Story is catenated to interest a -
nastthaster_l L and: render him good
tuipd. you might hint ,to him,'
alio, that your letter must be in the
poet Ofilce,someWhere. That kind of
insinuation always makes him feel so
jubilant. , r
Axiutic 4th. If the . man of, the
not grit a letter, it would
be welt° send thelrest of the family,
one at a . time. There is_'no telling
Whiell might he the lucky one. Each
one should lie instracted to ask the
post aster if he is there la with-,
feud to create an an-.
gelic disposition in the most cross- '
grained postmast e r. -- Mercer Dis
t i, • I .
•r . .
' III.:AIIT IN Sluarties—Dr, Scriddere• ,
..firke "I am .. (Satisfied that I have I ,
seen patienti,3 die from deprivation 'of .
coin on rai l -acing a protracted fil
-1 • 1
neim. 1 It is,: a ' eommod impression'.
thit tiLe food<for the sick should not - _
be seasoned, arid,. what,ever. slop may -,
be given, - it is alinost innocent of this
essential of life; , .. In the milk diet,
th.t II recommend in sickness,commop
'salt . is used freely. 'the milk -. bein g
. and .given
boiled, hot.. And -if the
patientin cannot take the us, . nal'quantity
in his' i finid; I,bave it given in his drink.
This • ;matter is ['so important that it
cannot be'repe ated.d; . too .ofter,,, i -,
of tliet' —llooil :oci : trgroatet Sr Dresden, N.
Y., floe , ts - ,,,1. , I ',.... i: , -, .
15: Ftr.si cocaina of I,loim J. Yatinoy and. 11. F.
ehilines._ exsonthra of ;the tart Winona 'Testament
of o.•sr'f-Ittt,!u4, late bf West Burlington, doe."
' I*. F nal ;pontint orWris. Snyder, administrator,:
or. k i gtate. of Loren D. Tyrrol, late of Rome. dec'd.
iirl. flat account e l Rufus Calif, guartlir.n of
Fran 43. and Sarah IlaTland, minor children of 0.
ILO, rqaud, late [of ENnira, deceasod '
. !1. • a:a! scoolinf Cl Lont4a A. Claytrn. roor.lion
of o a 111. Loretta B. and Frank IS • tf'rainioet,
mow) Ili:art:1 of A: Crantoer, fats of Lelfoy, do:l'd.
21. Mal wenunt of David InAam and T. G. 7r
IVIIEV, a r Z i llatratqrg of the ebtate of Josoplk Foarnley, ..
lE.te`o oP.oy, do used'. '
23. F areowit 0f4.. Vanhorn, guardian l 61
Elitha,D . 4no and 4fartlaT....
]larry.,roinor claildr,n • ot
Trn Slt rry,'litte of Grancitle, deceased. 7 , ,
lli. Fixial account of LevVIS 00 ff and Orem/ IliekAY.
adnningitrotoraof, the eStitii of N. L. 'runliarn, late
or Boruo, &teased. ,il ' • ,
Also.tho appraiiiemet•of property set off i•y ex.
entiors pr administrators fo widows or ehretr , a of
tho f follorrNig atici.dent4, viz -
, r 11
.ttte of Wm. MOsain. , .
Oeo. P.' Barrett. -
n • Martin4ohnson.
Vibe!! ratr,e..9.. •
Noah Micer. -
D. E. Sherman.
" " Albro.
Jpseplans iCampbelt• - _ •
• 4 . JOell3.f.Tieknor. ." • •
n John M. Aaberaft.
't Mrs. /Taney O. Brown.
AndieTrraley. -f .
In 41 Alien U. Dorsey. ' '
be same bo presented to the Orpliall'
f Bradford County. TXECTIISDAY. Septes hoe
1814; at 2 teelock. P. M.. for confirm*.
allowtn e. , 0. J. CELTBDUCE, _
13, "54: - Begieter.
AL LIST FOR SEPTEMBER •
tt3i, 187 . 1 .,. •
es.cOst , WEZE.
Hiratn Beeman N a Toivands Coal Co t (kin ,
Catherine Whel.r vs "Moon k !Raiford ......... eject
Agen Speeler v dA. Davis & J;l3 Pugh... ....assps '-
Ask Doty vs WmiSnyd‘er ' ......covnt
.I'l/Robinson v s Ercioe Cooper et 'al ' ' appeal
H W Noble vs Daniel Sweet. aPPrel ;
Jaynes Olbsou vs; Tatui G ibs on et al ...... ...trespass!
G It Ili:dorm= 4. co 'pt. ,1 F Mean's &-Son......debt
DennielHoldalion vs James Finerty... ' ........ejett -
ATs Cowles vs Anson Collins I .. pr ., - , i,
Wm Apuma vs B E Coal & R It C0...:-.....f0r att
D # Sweet vs l' ~ d 141 -
, •.I. . 'S B
f Myer vs •"4 ; . ~ ~ - ••
Chas Id Byer vs ,'; " • Ti ' "
A E Comstock vs El 3 ;Williami • ' ''' . ; deb t
Nelsen(Vanderpool vs Daniel Wells ...;. . _ _ ......a5s
lhanan Smith. vsJohe G Mason ...... -,,-. ' appial
Clerk 4 . Meddaugh vs -Towanda Bere7. - .t. , '.
Bill use!.aillJr , ' • set Is . •
John Tiffin vs Thomas Muir k•C0..,......tr05pa5s
A C 51 nardi re P .h.`gY Canal k R R Co...treSpass
~ .. . _
Di* H Reckarell p 3 & E Cotd .V. B R C0...f0r att
Philo Slingos vs! - i ~. .. i ~" ...
Iforres Vargo vs LeviWells... - , , ....i .. - ... _appeal
Fniany Yargo'll HseiVe ,; ' ,• . !' • " ' -
D C DoWittko ca Ileriry Ward r .' . debt
•lob.P Birbyys /attest Pratt ' - ' 1 asspt
C Hllarnei,' Ilse:Tr3LE ti, 31.111500.'4 Admr - appeal'
" ; .1 . • .I" -C as' Kellum's Adnar;.:.uppeel
. Jair G vs Germane Insurance. Co ' debt
D - insouve Edgar Fisk &o
Bdwai 1 Overton vs Erma RR CO -.CUB .
SWNII/Irritatk tie Jeluio Ward . t ..... ...,:.'.'.osast '
N.ltiouri Broome' Co Hank's use.ve V A Recw.isetkr
lopes& Hancock,!, AMiroir, 1r Et A' Newton . - ,,appetd ; •
Carotin)) It White's use, vs Parley Johnson debt
il W Wiicereilt .s 8 W,aino.Asaignets. - sect la,
JoilePhlitmlPlireyieLnlie vs J OlO2 /4 Uues set tis
C 3 Stewart vs liamitten Atorrop., appea•
B W Lane et al vs A .I'Beers '- ' ...' ..:•appetit
A # Noble vs Joh l' Kieby et, al . : ... . ... ......elekt
Enron k Ito'sford vs Ban) 8 Bentley appeal ,
Volßmittes Adiatrvallearg Yorcies ' - trover
Ss _innel N Blood, s JoMa II Murray.-- amps
Windham t'ri Vesting House vs D Sbeemaker.appt •
8 W Paine's As'gn's vs Germane Insurancete.tient
P ISrady vs Tang 'Gibson appeal
4 1 . ;r l' SIViItbWEES: ' . 1 ; 1..
S G Townsend-vs Milton Phillip S... ., •-.. '• ... aPPosa
Geo 13 Hornet vs .Geo - W Illoedell , ' ' isue.
D ANA vat Butuaor- ' ' - ..;:.: ... ... -:.. debt
Lewisllavens vs C L Ward's ndsnr • • debt.
Jonathan Whipple's A.drar vs D Cash's :tame, an ten
Fll 1 3 'rsons v-'John W01f......., • appeal
P )1' Sowell vs James!licer &Co , deba r
All oore vs John Cumming • - ' iErtle. .
P'S Wyrkook vs E Smith case
John. Jones' Adiur vs 11 A Riff - - apeal
P St Rowell Trustee vs .1 It Weer & C0........debt '
G Ptole vs Joseph Bishop ' - rep '
Chas F Welles' Ezra vii Jesse Spalding ..... ..for sts t
O 0 Bartlett vs Autone Loder r aPPasl •
Win Drive ve Wm It roster ', ' debt ,
. win 4 Ifeaterive..wat Brains ' - • case
Hiram Horton Ns it Et K/T- ...;••• .... :•^-; -......-- 'at u lt. -
PriOn.& Cowell, vs .If. 118rolth ' ''' '' 1
Gee IA Mann. EI EIiZAISOUCUIL3II ~.Bel Ti,
FOx,Stovens,3leircur kCo vs SS:ECoalk.llllCo„for att..
Waa W Bowmosa vs Wm Bobs of al ' act is ,
Mosier Bowman &.`Cop , vs Wells & Tiles - i•.,arp
9.1 Doles& Vs ;Mark W ' •
r , 4 0 Tlior ' • —— .. :"..aPPeat
' John Guilin et id vs John grain —appeal
, 0 13 Ilowland vest D Chaao asspt I
'lgayetto Leonard va reaming Colo etal eject
John Holmes re lama Neater - '' • ' trespass .
It II Mitchell's wee vs 4141nenis Tip .... 6' . 6... appeal
Gibbons Bator vs Sidapy T.Lesrls' ' appeal
. Abram C MOore vs John Camrelbs.'..: ...... —eject
,j. 0 Inglam vs ' A Balm ...apnoea
0 i'; Bl .,‘. Mitchell's use ya James Kelly- • ....eject
inn tagnEva BeymourViliestora... :appeal
••• .e. A .1 Been appeall
.been on 'liniiirer • ' ...... rgPt '
re Will s. , good* • arding el al eel Es
been Innvelin ~. kilt all,, ' reit..
eiglltPO4.lo4* , ; ' : laai,lis :: , ..li:gs•
, i Arininsane L . • ktkra ip tt.F
va 4, ... ,
. • 1, 4 - - - , . .
=or! 111 V. ~..tt ~*77- d .'._!!l l PorOr'o 4 ••- i mib.••!•l4 -: :::. - :'-:-•i 4ti-.1
1004'4,41e..„. h 4alikinakiat,
tr * isiffmtl4mateit - ati , r•
tons to the '
tcter ' object of that loio:
Tltt a atYlrtticthit Afornputy
vivr. .moi. MlSirio
Jed by z any
when be is,bug
-au pui in a
how long be