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AivtSKY ' VoitDS.
Angry wordaar lightly spoken
In rash and thoughtless hourt
Itrighlest linka of life are broken
Hy Ibrirdrep Inaidioua power;
llearla inspired by wartneat feeling,
Ne'er before by anger a'irred,
OrX ar rent poll human healing
Ity single angry word.
Tol.on drops of cars and aorrnw,
Hitler poison dmpa are tbey,
Weaving for the coming morrow
Paddest memories of to-day.
Angry words, O let them never
Krom Hie tongue unbridled slip ;
May tht hcarl'a beat impulse ever
Check them ere they aoil tbt lip.
Lore la much too pure and holy,
Friendship ia too eacred far,
For a moment's reckless folly
Thus lo desolate and mar.
Angry word are lightly spoken,
liitirr tbougbla are rashly stirred,
rrigbiret links in life are broikn
lly a single angry word.
Holler l.ule lhan cvrr.
Life ia tike a race where some auccced.
Wbilo oihers are beginning ;
'Tts lurk in some, in othersspee l,
Thai gives an early winning.
Rut if you chance to fall bohind,
Ne'er slacken your endeavor j
Just kerp thia wholesome truth in mind,
" lia belter late lhan never: '
And If you keep ahead, 'tis well,
l:m n ver trip your neighber ;
'Tis nobler when you can eiccl
Ity honest, putivnt labor t
llul if you are outstripped at last,
Press on as bold aa ever ;
Remember, though you are surpissed,
'Tin better laio than never (''
Ne'er Inbar for an Idle boast,
Or vicbiry o'er another;
Rut while you strive your utmost,
Deal fniily with a broihcr ;
Wbal'ir your slntio'), do your bosl,
And hold your purposo ever,
And if you tail lo do I ho rest.
' 'Tie belter bile I bun never !"'
Choose well Ihe path In which you run,
succeed by noblo during ;
Tl en, i li oik; li the lust, when once 'lis won,
lour crown Is worth the wearing.
Then never fret if left behind.
Nor slacken your undeovur,
Eul ever keep this truth in luin l,
" 'Til better tale Ihati never !''
Adveillliig for u lluriilur.
In the year 18 , thero resided in
tho north of Koglaud a gentleman
who was kttowu us Sir William M;irs.
on. Ho was oiio of thono men who
are cool and calculating uIwih lo U
ing holuro them. Ho had luudoal
liis money at iron. ww king ; but l'ti t
potting hrn tilleho thought lit lo "noil
out" u ml retire.
Jle aceoi tlingly th .bo a resiil nee
in Jhnliain, and resided thero foi
three yenr-s, when ho determine I to
luild u largo tiiiiunii'ii for hiiiHulf : and
ho neuordinglj consulted with tin tie
cLitect, and the drawing and 8ioiili
cations were mado out, tenders re
ceived, and the work proceeded with.
-uw u ncn mis ;innusiun was Mult,
Sir William found that evotv ono was
admiring it, nud oriinl.1 ouuio und
fekolched it before ihogtuss was iu tho
wtntiowii. J-.vory ono declared it per
fection, nil hut ir William hiuiHclf
A very tliiploHsunt idea had come
into Sir Williatn'H head. Ilo inteud.
ed to keep a good many valuables ae
well as money on tno premises. Thus
tho question nroso, ''Was ii burglar
pro"t r ' J ho architect asBitrod him
it w as ; tho inspector of pulico said
so, too : ho tlioutrlit 80 hiuihelf but
he would like lo bo fiuru. Tho fol
lowing advertisement accordingly ap
peared iu sonio of the local papers b
lew days after tho bouso Was fioiBli
NOTICK TO BURGLARS AND
OT11KRS Whereas, Sir Williaoi
Murutoo, having gone to great ex
peuse iu the building of his new mau-
sioo, ' tallow Hill, if demroua ot en
cortaiuing wbotherit bo burlar-prool
or not, and with that object has plac
ed in bia writing tsble drawer the
Hum of tiro hundred pounds. And
wbosoevor ahull, with the ordmary
appliances of a burglar, couttivo to
abtitract tho aaid Bve hundred pounds
wilhout being caught in the Ot t, shall
bo ueruiitiod to enjoy tho aaato.cn
couditinu'tbat lio write to tbo said
Sir William Marston and fully inform
him how he did succeed io abstracting
the same ; and le it known, do steps
ahall be taken to recover the money
or I ring tho ofTondtir to justice, liut
if the suid burglar be caught, ha shall
ba bound toatato how he entered the
premises, and how be prportl ab
stracting tba money, and tbiu he
f ball be permitted to depart.
A week passed, aud bir Willmai
was getting in serrauta for bia estab
lishment, buying furoituro, horses and
carriages, and all tba paraphernalia
uoecMiary for the comfort of a mausioo.
Still there came do answer to big cs
traordiuary advertisement lie put
the advertisement io again, itMing
that "oo extraordinary preoautiooa
would bo taken tn preserve the ho'iso
from being broken Into.'
The noil day Mr llllatu was Bit
ting in tba tuiull room adjoining hi
ofllee, quietly reading a book, when
tba foolmun entored, and stood wait
lug till bis master should apeak.
"Well?" at last be said, looking
"A man wanting to apeak to von,
air. fays ba boltovoa you want a
groom, ue can groom, air i uaruosa
a boraa, clean a carriage, flrat-rU at
gardening, robbing up knives and
forks, cleaning windows io faot, air,
iipa vnn t.whta ft.n lueosBtBs
cJ lo kiiijf! a kind of matt us. would
knock dmiilcr out of you air, or con Id
Thnt will iio ;' show him in."
' Ho bus a ivirttnnntcati, ir. Shall
I UVe eire of it 1 It mik'ht "
Isa o'your lip I" tir William
wa Lceonuncj tho iron-founder agate.
"Show him in."
Its was shown in, and bepan to run
up bia nceumpliHli tnotits, wliich. to
tr William, neomed xrrr suitable,
(lo waa just tlio sort of in in bo want
ed, and Sir William hewn to think of
cloncliU'g the burain.
Whilo thoy woro quiltlitif; altonl
terms, thpy wcro a.aitlod by Ktroitjr
imell ol burning, and a "cream and.
ilenly aiartlud them thorn. I'pnn
heirin luul tlioutg of ''Pira Mir
tYillintn and tho man InHlanily rush-
i'd to tho door ; but tho imn amldun.',,'m,, far' n'' p'ccl of hitnelf ; and
donly fell headlong on tho floor i?tr
Willi am durliirg off to tbo scene ol
Upon arriving in the hall ho found
volumes of smoke coining from a cup
hoard under the stair, and ho imme
diately order.'d in til J I ttlo hand fire
eng no kept in tho kitchen (a thing no
mansion. hIio;I1 bo without) He
inn it up to the c upboard doer, and
tei.iug tho l.ose in his loll, h md, ho
cointiicnecil to pump luriously with
the right, and tho little lever'liandle
was aim nt invisible, with such speed
did it go up and dowo. The loo I man
kicked nwny tho tiortmaiitcaii that
had been led in tho hall, and burst
tho cupboard d or open, nnd then proJr'H't'y MeKencd nnd died. Ho m irch
oceilvd to drag to light a vast assort
ment of riijs, ami brown paper, and
damp straw, all of which made a ter
rible smoke, although no flame wus
visiblo. It was soon put out, mi l Sir
William roiiiniel to his room.
He found tho door locked on tho In
side upon his nrHvol ; hut this did not
s'ertlc him at first. He knocked. Inn
ho gov no answer j so, quietly step
ping hark alonj tho passage (being n
loweiful man,) hn tiling iiimsell at
the door, nnd it envo way with a
ciasli. Tho room wus i tnntv.
Ho looked everywhere and found
two things, via: that tho window
was wide open, and that his live bun
drod pounds were gone,
He wus uiortitlrd iu tho extreme.
Had this man who wanted a situs.
tlon taken bis money ? If so, was it
t plot to do so, or merely that, know
ing titer was money there, he had
nvuiled himself ol tho opportunity aud i
token it 1 Ilo thmi 'lit the hitler,
Tho uiiiii lint was at the p rtor'n
lodgy said lliut ho saw n uian cunie
in tht) morning of till lire with s porl
inanteiiii, and that soon uflerward he
aw him running toward the gale, say
nig he was uoing for the liri-onyines :
so ho let him yn.
1 lie next moruing .Sir A jiliam ro-
oaivud a letter hy tlio pot, which pu.
zic'i bun tu t a little. it ran as M
' Sir : llaviog pcco your adrer-
ti-ement in tho inviting bur-
lars lo break ill and steal, 1 thought
li.it a it was hardly to bo called u
oriii.e, tin U'HiseOieaUing leiug, in
iaet. an out-ol-tlie-way proot of tho
sufety of your house I might with
safety veuturo to show Vou thtt 'for-
cilly entry' bjAot tho only way of rub-
bin a liouse. Aud. moreover, as von
picilieJ so accurately where the
rhino was, I determined to possess it.
"1 accordingly took ao old portiaau-
teau and bllod it wttlt some vory
smoky and Influrutnablo, but not dani
gorous, material! : and, donning some
old cluibei, I proceeded (o your mao-
"As I had ftftoo visited it while It
was building. 1 know it we I J and so.
upon giving an clubroato message to
tbo footmau, 1 stayed in the hull while
ho. delivered it but I was not idle.
I kuew of tho cupboard under the
stair, aud iintuediululy Opening it, I
emptied my portmanteau and lighted
a match und applied it to tbo damp
straw and tbo bits of brown paper.
nd then I quietly closed tho door
aud pooketed tho koy knowing it
would bo tome time boloro tho smoke
wooid oose lurouiMi.
"I then palavered to your hk-buesi
till the alarm was given, whereupon
I pretended to trip and fall while run.
ning for tbo door j but picked myself
up, immediately locked tho dor,
forced all lb drawers of your writing
table, pocketed tho mouey, and, lilt
iog tbo window, leaped ou lo the lawa
a good jump, certainly t but 1 ran
oil' toward tho gate. Hera I was stop
ped. 1 poiuted to toe sinoka coming
through the ball door, said I was go
iug for the eugiues aud then quietly
"It is my intention to indulge in a
tour to the United tststes with the five
hundred pouuds I procured by my
are not all
thieves that steal, and believe mo,
youra truly, "A VHY Handy Man."
Mr William never puts aoy more
udvertisemeolt in the paper to show
where bia money la.
SBH "SBB5 SBBHB S)
A little four your old boy was scal
ed at tba table oattog bis dinner. A
small eut of beef steak wue given bio
and taking it np in bis bunda ha reso
lutely eodeavoied to got a Lite on tbo
end of it. It being pretty tough a
beef steak aometimes bappeoa to be
he pulled and jerked sod granted at
tke task a I tile more than was cou-
sistant with tu idorn ideas of poliU
dining. Altar a few eurnost atrug
irles all in vslu, be turned lo his moth
er with a look of mingled energy and
J ...- --.. .v.- ,ul- 'l
SNYDER CO. PA.. AUGUST 4. 1870.
lirWATSVOI R'MlElta, LL t.
It is nsrratol of n man who had
(liatinjruMied himself aa a soldier on
many a hard-fought fin! I ; who had
ncrnpic'l lending positions in soWnl,
political, and profes.ionnl lifo ; who
hmi drunk nocp oi almost cvory ( tip
of honor, that a lew d.iya hfforo his
denth, after rou ting one of the volume
of Sterne, he remarked to bia friends
who wero with hitn : " Had I read
Vollairo loss and Sterne more, white
young, tho world would hnve been
wido enoitfrh for ll.imittnn and ino."
Sal and Hitter reflection ! hut tliore
wa no rpmt'tly. The snhlihi rca.s ui
ins of the wily Front hinan In l lonir
been instilled in hia mind, had he
the great Hamilton had been, for mote
than' a (pinner of a century, quietly
sleeping with hi fathers No Htinys
of conscience could revise his past, nor
help to unlearn and undo the ovil. No
Id'trt remorse could recall that beau
tiful morning when nn that pioturcs
qno little island that soenn (luting nn
tlio I'o-oiu of the noble Hudson two
of tho for in ust men ot their time met
In mortal cuiibnf, when Aaron
lltirrslew Alexander Hamilton.
It is well known thnt Hurr was a man
of unscrupulous ambition and ungov
ernod passion. To th crimes of mur
der nnd trens m ho aided that of the
liliertlno ' At his touch, virtu and
through ihe enrth likn a conquering
demon spreading destruction where
he went, and leavitu behind him in
bis path the aackod, pdlaged, and
blackened remains of whnl wero once
the temples of purity and honor.
t)n altars dedicated to obscene gnds
wero slain, for the gratification of his
own foul lust the bcit nod f.iire.-t bt
iugs enrth ever knew !
A man who had lived thuseould do
toi less I had die abhorred und detested
It is snid that for many years alter his
death uostono showed his buria!)diee
let it phould bo the mark on which
popular in liquation might vent it
self. From his own mniith wo know thai
the tjrrnt rvimc of his liln resulted from
reading ono had li xik, and who shall
sir lint all his faults di I not emanate
Iroin llio niiiii fi'iintaiti ol't-vil ! In.
deed, that they did is more than r li-
lu- Nor was tlm inquiry derived
Iroin this source cotilinod to him uud
I do author whom he road. The nun"
ol lioih tempter an 1 tempted is lesion
lio where roi may and both will he
Nciihci' does (lie ciiiiilouu'o of l.nd
hooks end with th"-o of inli lel reis.m
ings; thero is another class, no bettor,
but wor-o io their effect and itifluence.
because tiioro widely eireulaied and
inoro extensively read, we a'ludo to
the common, light, impure, and often
obscene litcruturo of the day. Para
doxical as it may Hoe in, this species ol
literary productions may olwaya be
kuowu by tho outside clothing. The
former class comprises, in many instan
ces, tho reasonings of cnlihii ooJ,
highly cultivated minds, while tho lat
usually emnoaies from ihe minds ol'
those who lovo to pamper to lust nnd
passion. Tho tirsl isrt ad only by the
lew, tho second by t'.to mnny.
Tho greal extent to which llio pub
lication of tho lowost cluss of novels
and gIkccdu papers has rent hod, ad
monishes us to be deeply concerned,
if uet alarmod, for tho welfare of the
Do about tho Minps and storra of
ntir towns and villages and soo ; see
tho guady cover; boo und reai tln
high-sounding title : 8.o tho lowed
picture that semis tho crimson blood
to tho cheek of ntodosty, at.d you get
hut a faint idea of tho bountiful re
pnst spread out. Nor is tba inaiket
glutted ; tho supply is governed by
tho demand. It i.1 scattered, too,
with nn unspariog hnud. In respecra
blo Christian homes, as wtl as In tho
lowest brothels of corrupttoti and vice,
this satno thirst for tales of dissap
pointed love, suicide, piracy, sod mur
der may bo seen.
The Hunger to do arnretienuoa is
Those who hate ooeustotnol them.
selves to road that which is trival.
stem to loose, in a great measure, the
retentive and reasoning faculties ot
the miud. They read to bo entertain
ed, not Instructed, oroftener, what is
infinitely worse, to, "kill time !' They
find nothioz disirable to remember,
nothing sparkling with wit.no appeals
to the noblor Impulses of man. They
find no food for reflection, and l tie re
sult is the mind becomes pnralyxed by
being aurfeited with trash ot tho low.
est order. All tato for pure, elevated
literature of any kind Is destroyed.
The mind having lung traveled in
the extravagant rogiona of fancy, no
longer desires common-place, matter-
of-fact material j tho ontural appetite
is vitiated, destroyed.
As tho human i'omarh, wnr n oyer
loaded with indisgeetiblo viands, re
fuses to nerfortn iiadutiessnd become
diseased, so Ibe mind, which over
crowded with sn unuatural food, suf
fers a like dersoguient That it may
possess power, it must ba led on a pure
It ware) bolter never to have learn
ed to communirato U'ea of the im
mortal cart by means of the ptinied
page, than, having d no ao, prostitute
its nobla faculties to ao baio a use t
Tho moral resnlta are terriM ty-youd
eonssptlon. Falao ideal of Ufa aro in
-i - -ii fcaxjajv"iiioiis-s'
Votinn. ronslnuev. aiuliiti.iii i.ll Rrn In
holmghed at, tlishnlieved in. and de
spmod ! and nothing is really g m I. ho Wilhout e.tprrHin nny opinion lit.
Ir as wo can gather, hut a siieevsion tho wi.hnl of admitting or exoliiditii
of ditnuera to a'ir tho blisid. and ol ; their Chinit-e eomiioiimr. n . 1 .,,,..... l
banquets and iiitrigiis tj e, o ho it
The fair haired hoy, whoa.i purkliiiu'
l yes and broad brow iudieate intvlli
ganee, wha, integrity mi l honor can
be rcii'l in every net nnd word, hn
Sihe.a. tho dreadlitl poison. With n
miserly care he hoard- n; his pennies
to obtain tne covrteil v, luine. lien
ohtuitied, sehemeH and lntiUuc.1 arc
resorted to that the secret shall nol
ho revealed, lis cotceds it beneath
his dek at sdiool, in the ham, wood
house, or chamber at homo, ntid when
tho teacher's foeo i tamed or the
parent's nttetition withdrawn, he cag
eriy sucks therefrom the accursed veil
out. His body and soul are nh-oirbod
in its cetiteiil.4. His whole lifo is one
of imagination. Ho rea ls the tain ol
bold adventure, of daring capture, of
midnight nssuoinn'iou no J bloodshed
The school-house, t!iu shop, nud the
farm no I iie.-or furnish soopo for the
exciciso of his faculties. Tho society
of home is too tamo for his heated tem
perament, and breaking liur-t from
tlioin all, he plunges madly into ihe
world, to livo a hie of wrcUhcdticss
. i i . i . . .. .
c .. .1 Ti , . 'i . , i put it, iy whnli tho dopoiism and
oil repeated n her n.o her s knee the ' ,'1U,0 o- f,w , b, t '
prayer, ( ur l ather w ho art in Heav- L...I,-,, r.., . . ...... i
... : i. ... i . .i i ,. exciiatigcii tors cotnpnratiVt y con
en is drawn into the mesbea ol the .,:,.: ri,..,..
tempters snare. At tho midnight
At ton ml.linirtif
hoar, nloiie in Iter tooin, alio pores
over tho corrupting book. She hti.'s
it fondly to her bosom, whilo it suek
therefrom her mcutal and mwral lite
Years pas by, and tho oneo morn!
it l is a nn, rd maniac. Ileal to reusoti.
nut tiro, friends, and (iod, alio is sucked
up iu the whirlpool of shame, only toj
sink deeper and deeper, until the
grave shall hido from tho si
men tin otject of loathing and dis
gust. Young frlonls stop and reflect.
Many of you, wo fear, ore trea liuj
dangerous ground, aro imbibing dan
gerous prnoiples, aro forming dan
As you would have ctear hca t and
clcmjicatts ; as Vou Would avoid the
lifo of the liln rtineund the debauchee ;
is you would avoid misery and crime ;
us y.ni would dtivo from yourselves
tin; corruptions ot lust ami t assiou,
I .1 1 I L. I ...1. .....
rruptlous ot lust uinl
"". ",v " "-'. ""Mjealou-y of a petty
upon .he impure pa-e It is the broad j ,,, )txl ftI, '
, " ,"
ni l e ue h no go III lliuicil'.. 1 oi t-
. .. i" , . .1 i
"-o J .ii uriry.
Joint Cliiiiaiii'.in aiiiiaVuiiiiiiiN
l'be itiiustieo of woman's dlsfrar..
iisemeiit is t.iroilnv UlustrateJ in Hie
. . i
t liiiit-e oiii st ion as it now 1. resents it.
.ell. " An ounce ol er.ioniln ia -nr-b
i i) und of nrecent.'' Tuko tho fol
Among tho new avenues recently
peiiod to wo n in' l ilnr. ono of c i-'
sidernhle imp irtunco Is found io stenm millions national ties may be ohliier
l iuniiies. A iiiimbrr of these cstab-' "od, to the groat detriment of all llu
lislimeut.H aro nlreadv in Hiiccesslnl !
ntioratbn in und near Xow York.
mx. H. C Jirowning. the enterprising
propr'etor of"Poty's Washing nia-
cliine'' and tho " I'nivcrsnl Clothes-
wringer," who has done so much, by
tho successful introdui'tion of those
irval uiblo household machines, to re
lieve tho women ol America from do
mestic drugery, has recently erect .'d
ono of t Ik so laundries in Oianiv new
New Jersey. Iu this Urge establish
tne nt ho employs aomi two hundred
women. Those women work ultogeth
er by tin pcioce. nn mo aci et
nnwerful steam machinery, shirts ere
stntlchcd and ironed at c ov'ht rent'
apieco. At these (irices, the women
earn from a dollar aul u half to three
dollar per day, ucoordiug to their
strength nn 1 s'sill.
A few days 020, wo called, in com
pany Willi .r. nrowuin, upon ootw
hi heaviest customers, Mr. 0. an ex
tonsivo manufact'iror of shirts. In
be course of conversation. tio diflieul-
tv of getting laitbtul and industrious
working-women beina considered, lIr.
O. urted Mr. llrowoing to import Chi
nanien to take iho place of women in 1
his laundry. Chiainon can bo hired
at teve uty-tive cents per day in gold
by tbo year. They ar steady, strong.
dooi'e patient, industrious nnd perseve
ring. With & link practice, they will
do more work for seventy-live cents
than the women now do for three time
Mr. Ilrowntng admitted tho facts,
acknowledged tbeirrcater convenience
and largo profit, but to bis honor be
it spoken expressed his unwillingness
to supplant tho labor of women by im
porting men to nil their places.
Vet hw row area, enrewu nusiness
men would share this chivalrous feel
ing. How long will it be er working
women will find ttndr scanty waes
still further reduced by tba competi
tion of these laborious Aiiatio human
And yet, while workinir-mcn have
the matter undor their own control,
nd can influence legislation in their
own famr by their votes as they may
deem wise anl expedient,-tens of
thousand of workmg-womsa aro pro
hibited by law from expressing ao au
thoritative opinion io regard to a mat
ter oi vital interest to ibemselvet The
vory bread may be taken from their
moutha by the importation and sub
stitution of servile laborer. And these
iU I-1---il utraw' 'I utA.L.1
1 1 L
' rriiiif.bi.il. 1
Amoricnii Wottiun umst
- ' hettdts-lv eonl'uriii
mo imiih'i ror inc-e worKUic-wo iiiiu .
their ti.il or .1 ritflit. It is lor them to
say whether thi-t iinmiril'.ioil s li ill lie
( L.. I li
permittnl or prohibited. No other
elrtss ofcili.ens have nn exclusive
right Vj settles qtiestiun in which tlicc
women have so vital an interest.
What would any ela-s of wot t. ino;.
nieti say if they wero thus excluded '!
What wouM t J t'lUpli.s s.iy if Ibev
wcrs illxfrancltisctl ttiien I'm ri !it
i f tho laborer lire io question, because i
tiny aro Crispins ? tr the lawyers, it I
they Wcro dhfrnnehised when Inwsl
nt'O to bo enacted, heerliiso they tire
lawyers? ( )r the liquor ellers. il'they
wero prohibited lioin voting on th
q'lcstion id' licenses, beenu-e they are
liq'tor-scllcn f What a cry of justice
would ho raised, and what sympathy
would bu awukenod I
Hiatuo oo onrcodeorpiditic.il ethics !
It is respcciahlo to bo a Crispin, or a
lawyer, or s liiiuoi-scllcr Ir ,i nmr
tit W (I it). lata Itomoa'a J.,en il
Ila'.v slr.itt'clv nma even!. nr.-
linked together I In fepti tnber hiiH.
lliero wis a Ituc.-IiiI revolmioii in
1 . ....I 1
cept as io who slioul I be the future
sovereign, or whether the tiovcrn
meiit s!io:ild lio a inoiiarcliy or a re
public Yet ia July, 1Tl. i.i.i- ol the
remoto results of that peaceful revolu
tion iu Spain is a war between Fi uuee
and 1'russia, tho latter country having
no political interest whatever ill Spain,
either then or now. Iu tuiw of' such
roiicatctiations ninotig lvnopean na
I iiIiim mit . I....I .....II .1 ' ,
ht idl.i.i.. ', ,i... v.i....,:.. .1. , ' T
r.v., ,IV ,,.IIOU III I . flV 1 P I .,1. . ,1 . I . . , ,
i., . i . ...-.i .i i -.- i . 1 be f'cd i n .bo war iilm ist the I u:on.
lug to do with I ho am bilious, to fr-: r. -i'i .ii- i .
i, 7. r -. . , i fi llio thinking luiis-es. who enter-
tunes or mislortuncs of princey houses. ,,,;..:., i . T" i ,
..ril.iii. . ...... i.. e ii . tain no iTeiidires, onk on thfl deelaru-
or thai lliu cran-lcst ol n l urrt 'nees .: . .
.... i i..... i .. - i.i ii ' , tion of war by I ranee auninst on o-
und bililil ll.'S , '-lic bttlanee o tioWcr. , . i- . i
vi-i, ' . ,. ,', ., i tending nation us a l b ee of wi;kcd
us waV. I . . U'IUi'.cf and presumption. War,
Z2 1 Sr i I . T,pl0' f i'"'t just tons', fir co'tiquest T .1,0
o of tin greatest nation, ol tnor den, I t ,' , , f , , .(i
1 nee I 1 V l I'1'" '' "" " ono man or monarch, must bo
. ,.r .U,Vl:Z'l,,',H 1l,,on."":,l','",l'J"PVedl the as.rres.or never tan
, - - ... ii.i.v ill iii-nrii
wnai an ausura li.oiro it will prc-ctit
to lha studious rcudur, when he traces
:l"e W,ir l"
its c ause at one uiotneiit
1 violation ol court
etiquette tn the French Ambassador
,.,in.r....i. i.a. .. . '
1IIIIV.--, Vlll' 1
- ,'."." IM II,. ,.1. VOUlllllW
... I I....1-. .1
'""""""'f i.M"u miuBMUio or
: war, anil two millions of soldiers will,.
iNiiortiy no arriiveu ngainsr, cacti ot li-r
I Iu the Odd. The bsd.-os of death wi
f f niaiiy Ihousan Is
other thousands ol
the vo'orotH youth of both
will ho disabled tor the remainder ol
tlieir lives debt wi l bo piled tip to
augment mo itix-s ami to wi imr kthi
heavier exactions out of tho In'mring
rope ami all liecanso nt tins nt.urd
Hohenrollorn di-pute, or becua-e
li-qmte, or beeuase tho!,vn"' "'T'uiotto; wtm tlio uglier clas
king of rrns,ia gave nn uncivil answer '" l" 1 "",esi'' "nJ "'"ir "I 0" I"i
to Count llendeiti 1 "Kmy as an established rule, rather
We, -of the t.cw world, mar well !luu except ten. Hut in coe.mt.try
felicitate ourselves that we Uvo no ,." 1,19 Wl,rl1 ls adu't'y bo wvorcty
put in ritice, whicil cost us the live
of many thousands 1 four countrymen,
and ureal rums of money and tox.s
nod debt, but I hoy wero upoo broad
and vital I.- nies which all tho Wurld
coul I underatan I.
For some time to come ihero will be
eni-r impatlotue for tho foreign r.ews.
close scrutiny of the ile-pitche, and
iniiint.) examinations of tbo maps ..fl!,h liv"l-'-'d her project to her para
I ...... t . ! j Si' 1 a
t lid country bordering on tbo Chine
Two great oj posing waves ura io mo
tion toward, the bank of that histo
ric river, sod tho r-ho k ot'th ir colli
sion (if they meet) w ill fhake the old
world, 11 the great conflicts of Antic
lain, lieltysburg and Fetei-stair ' con-
vuNion of our own land
1 I j 1-
years ago. Luij-r
A l ew lle-MOMHs liy.
The query is frequently nut, "Why
' is public stiutiuit'Ut so universal thro'-
out the Northern States in favor ot
I russia, aud why is there manifested
in her behalf such prayerful anxiety
for the success of her arms ?"
1. Hecuuse 110 other nalion in
F.urope presents a furm of government
so cloely rcecmbiitig our own iu its
educational and religious features.
lieruiaiiy secures the ed ication of
her children on a plon similar to our
common school system, and perhaps
mora liberal and perfect tn its detail.
All religions are offered in the In Host
measure of liberty and protect D
Wbilo Protebtaut in character, the
Catholic Greek or Jew is permitted to
worship accord iug to bit owd eobsei
once, and no impediment against bis
doing to is thrown in his way.
2. Heouui-e Uermsoy wss the
launch friend and lopporler of our
lioveruinenl during our late war tor
(he I'fiioo. SI, a aided u with words
of cheer sd comfort. She gloried
wiib us in our victories anl wept ov.
but tnnguiflod our reverse lo create
tb Imprassieti that treason wat pros
perous aad unconquerable (.tut of
the wtaltb of her people came timely
ccor In ta tho German. Far more
liberally than any other nation on the
ice of F.urope did tbo respond te our
0 .11 lot peeaolary alJ fcy pimbaiDg
tbo aeeur tiea i bad lo offer, shovlag
wmv 1 Ma-i i-ii Tii-tajn t- r
HATJis OF AiJtBl'ItSlNU;
Onocolnmn itfte year . fOO,!-')
On half column, one yesr. SO.tto
(ine-fourth column, one year, IS.Ot
tine square (In lines! one iurerllon 7 '
Kvery addifoinnl in-erllon 60
Profrs-iniinl an I lili'O-e.- cards of
not more than five Ilne, pr year. 5.IX)
Auilltur, Kiecillitr, Aduiimslrator
and Assijttire Xolic . i,M
Kditnrinl notices per line M
All advertisement for a shorlrr perio
than one ye-ir are pnynble at Ilia time
Ihry are ordered, and if not pni, Hie r . r
snii or leritt them will be held rt.-t.on, ible
tor Ihe iimiieT.
iiitmey bug and tlectTred )lhn war f r
ibe presi i vnllon til l!io I'nioli a fail
ure. She never decoiird us in otio
way m tho other, nnd then t,r sitno
bus n, ver held tint thnt he was .-o t i -tied
lo our lifntit ude. leaV.n heroH li
i ed deeds ntol blight leeord of c.li
dues I own ids us to speak fur them.
.'!. l'.eea'tso our own conntty N
l.it'itelv In rnmni'ed. Ws huvrn u
people tii tic ti to Is; thankful for lo
(oi-e immigrnii's nbo have ali itidon
d t!ic ' fitln r laud" o:i I rome hither
to settle iluvvii ameii.,' us in M p
out waste lands on I buill our cllie-t
ao ! carry lorwar I the destinies of our
great coatitry. They lo.vo undo .'o.i
leliiblo and loval citizens. They hftVo
conlnbllted largely to liO ileVl(ipinrlif,
of nr country, to tho dissemination of
usif il knowledtfo, t, tlx) I ('pii'nrity
tut and si ii-ni c. and have n-t noh'e ex
ainplos ( f industry nnd frugality. Fn
teiing uiirei tintiy Ibey have eonlot til !
well mid Initli fully t i our laws, tuado
jo )d and u-cful n.e'i.l.ers of societv
and must respect the land whc'l fui-ni-h.
d us wiib sm li a good element of
o ir pi p'jlutiott
I liceiin-e France has not under tin
icL'ii of Louis .iip,,eon, liecu friendly
either to dur own cr any oilier gov
ernment ou the earth unless :n Hcmni
plisli Mono ambitious end or nliri of his
own. J luring our war ho wus not cor
dial in his friend-hip towards tint
mien, lie winked at and encnu-ago I
trait'irs, on I tbu I n n h people hoped
lor tho I'Stablishmeut of the Southern
l.'ot.f deraev. N.noleon took ndvnn-
: Uge of our troubles lo plant Mnsi'iii
i liau, a ruler of Irs own choice, on tl.o
, throne of Mexico, lievcr de g'iin lo
o oisult our own liovi rein.-nt, or to -ep
! to cou-i.ler whether t he Monroe doc
, Irino wnfl yet tho doctrine) of our
people. The French people, t Ought
, the bonds of ihe Con federacv in lirc-
ferclice lo those i.f the tiovcrtiiiicnt of
i'he I mted Mates, aud in every way
irry with I. ill) the wrlht of moral
seniiinent or the support of tie tru n N
ioI biiiiiunii v. J'he trescnt strni'i:'o
I ... I V ...... b.r.n - I I.'..... Will.....
,s ,.,; ,,, ,,e f,rm,.r- ,,,,.,
1 . i..,,... ...i i. . m... ...
nil. Ill .1 (,'1 , IBIV IIU It II J llV
Lit fit-la fal.nhl ..i'l.i ..)!
It Is for these reasons that thi freo
people of the I'nited States Hctid out
,h.,i. .vmri.il,,... f n,..;, ,l
- , i;,.i, i,. ...n-
'VI IIVVVI J U llfill U'UU IIVI V'lllUtlJi
llo.r Ailullci) sj IMnilsticil
lii l Mini.
The IIonL ICung Daily TVs of May
th, ha tho t' llowii!.-: Kuropeaosi
aro generally under tbo impression
that tlio Coles' in! social law and redo
of moral law is tbo lowest order, and
that -ti i-ti' v witti their women is a
h -word. This, niiduhi, is in nies.--
ure owing to a few csicros being
or rctr. button io sevcteiy
f"r infringing 00 this our
Seventh Coniinan intent. A liorrlblo
instaitco of tl i oeeurclafow days
"go, n'tr Sl ag'.ai. A marrio l lady,
tormitg a uullty nlliaoco with tho
Irieml of her I ro her made up her
mind lo put an en I to her husband's
life by s tne nvnos or other, and forth-
inour, who nt once j;a!antlv ottered Vi
uudertnke the wot k tor her. He event
ual'y effected his design by poison, an 1
the man was plat ed in his cotl li, and
tho usual rrrciiionie performed over
bis body. Hut utter a time suspicion
aro-c na to the ennso of hi death, rfc I
the woman, after freightfsl torture,
admitted to having comrnit'O I th
crime or crimes alleged, but to tl e last
Ir rite 1 tl nt her lover had nnyth og to
do w th the murder. She was then
nailed hands I feet on the top f her
husband's a Sin, hi t ody then bring
in a sta'C of decomposition, and there
lingered for nearly f'urdays, until
death ptlt no end to 1 er sufferings;.
Since then the man, th principal
male factor, having colifeid to every
thing, h'S bcoa decapitated, and bis
head now bangs io a cage not fur frvtit
the place veto the awful tragedy Uok
I r is related that Iwv. Dr. Samuel
West, of New Uedford. once reduced
a rrrrfictory choir : It having been ru
mored that they Would not Sing 1 DOta
on tho ncxl Sabbath, be eomuiencc4
morning worship by giving out the,
hymn : "Come J who love the Lord."
After reading il through ha looked
up very emphatically at tho choir;
and said. ''Vou may begin at tbo sec
ond verso :
Lrl lho. refuse U stac -W
asfsr tnl ul Uud.' "
Not w ish iug to be catalogued as
heathen, tho rboir sang.
A LtrtlC boy who bad imbibed!
mora of the Yooog America spirit
than of politeueaa, waa reproved last
Fourth 01 July for pick iug bia nose.
' lt'a my 000 bo replied, ""4
tbis Is tho dsy of the American Iadi -peudtaco,
and 111 pick taadcr cat tf
Ik V I have a n.ini to." - .