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    THE DAILY EAGLE
PUBLIBIIED EVERY AFTERNOON,
(deadeye Excepted,)
AT TEE OFFICE OF TUE READING ADLER,
No. 361 ) PENN STREET.
I
/h. RIADIPIO the
PAOLI! will be furnished to
obecribere in the oity at Tilt 0111711 PIM PIM. To
oil subscribers at 114,60 year. or $1,25 a uart ".
deduction aid fer Invariably in. adyance. Alibend
will be made to clubs of ten or more sub
. I wo. To preventuaitakehall letlers should be
l' o r beis ed DitgADOW DAILY lIAQUL I
WILLIAX B. itITTEB
•
JEBI3III G. HANVLIIY.
1868
FALL
BUM & BROTHER,
Iles opened ft Large and Selected Stock of
NEV GOODS!. .
At Portico Rowl
NO. 543 PENN STREET,
DING, PA,
RE
COLIMAN, Cutter. lit
mg. Livi O.
oir Stock of
LL GOODS!
NEW F
lYere selected in the City'of Now York; and
will bo dispo i sed of at prices far be
low those of any other es
tabs shment in the
City.
oth(ng made to order.
Gentlemen's
constantly on band and
Boys' Clotldn
made to order.
.ski •
tung Goods is decidedly
most extensive in the
,all, ace and satisfy
The Stock of Fe
the boat and
city. I
ourselves.
ming the services of the cols-
Levi (I. (Soloman, is sufficient
arments will be made up in the
fashions. Remember _
- the mere fact of
blited °utter. Mr,
vitiate° that all
kit style sad late
.Sc BRO.'S
p l ers of Fashion I
N STREET ! READING.
ortico Row.
BUC
ileadqua
NO. 548 PE
:TTIIIVB
0111tI8I1IAN It
GENUINF,
BLOOD PURIFIER,
e Same of "INDTIAR'S
Is sitlolei tor BiliO at the "Igsslo
Inorm under th
Cum." a %%tusk
Bookstore.
REMIEI
CLOTH
LADDERS,
STE
!L WARRANTED.
AT
Ma
NIGHTS
ARE STORE
HARD
AND' PENN LIS.
TI!JR
kUlt 10
DAILY FA
iT FREIGHT LINE
•
LEADING AND NEW YORK
VIA
. •
•
AND ESSEX RAILROAD.
int at 4 p, m._and Now York at 5;20
Illtra for New York at Rending
be ore 8 o'clock p. m„ or for Read
*relay street, Now York. before 4
111 be delivered at either iointivi -
-
%Agent, M. W .i Pi: . 11 1 .P.. 1 11roken i
. •N. J. RAM;
oval Agent. M. & F. R. 11.. Reading.
BETWEEN
MORRIS
Leaves Rea.
tot. Goods
'eight Hous .
Itet footof
o tiro,* p .m..
out rtehl pmen ,
09'1 Frei&
8-3 mos
0
ib , PPntin
Vtlotlaz Flat
RI I , „ NTIN Of sEve ption o ry. de. f
nee lfi
miliuent. out° at. too JiMILE)
VOL. I---No, 266.
1868
DR. LOMB Do BAKU' KUHN,
OFFICE AND BRSIDENCD,
No, 244 Nor l ib Ninth litreet,RentlingiPPN
0Ct26.11116*'
wiLLIAOr U. SWIMMER;
ALDRII3I,OI AND. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Wilco No. 1 515 Court olreet. Reading.
Can bo consulted to English and (lemon:
0et.31-31n
H ENRY M. IfElla,
ATT RNEY AT LAW.
Office; 24 29 NO TII SIXTH STREET, READING.
Got . •
'IOIIIN W. 14101011 L. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
0 Office—LosSer Building, (Ist floor, back.) No.
180 Centre street, Pottsville. Mean be consulted
in the Germ 'n %Monism.'
rl ti - . mart
,MAIM 'O. 1111ROKKIR., ATTORNEY
AND COU NSELLOR AT LAW. Office: No.
1110 Court ER.J. (near Sixth.)ll.msnisn. Pa. . ml 4
GEORGE F. BAER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
RWADINO, PA.
Ovvrom: NO.WIO Court Btroot.NP patio:)
• I . M. NAGLE,
• , I PHYBIOIAN,
' (U. R. PonalonSurgion.)
.. •
840 Ponn Street. Reading, Pa.
Moe hour•r-12 to 2p. m. 6toBp. m.
JENNE O. 1 lAWLEY,
ATTORNEY AT•LAW, ,
Moe, No. 4 (second floor,) North Sixth Street,
nearly opposite tho Court House, ltoailing, Pa,
Jan. 28- I' • / •
•
lOils RICHARDS,
.1 •
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
Noe; N 0.1530 Court street, over the oflicebfJohn B.
Rlohard& Hach
WILLIAM. 0. 1111111VSTER,
(Organi4t of First Reformed Chnroh;)
TEACHER OF PIANO FORTE, ORGAN AND
lIARMONy.
Npl, 223 North Sixth stroot. Reaffirm, Pa;
N. 8.--Pianos Tutted. , Dune 20-
prt. E. 1108 ER,
RGEON DENTIST,
OFFICE-319 POIIIA hitreet, Blending, Pa.
Invites the public to call and examine his now
plait for oxtraotlng tooth without pain. All opor
talons in the profoosion neatly oxocutod and
charges reasonable, al)2s
Dlt. A.II[EIM, -
DENTIST,
0111 co—No 0 North Filth Ht., Heading,
(NRXT DOOR TO P. O'REILLY'S BOOR STORE.)
Particular attention paid to outing diseases of
the Mouth ami limns, ouch as Scurvy, Preternatu
ral Growth of Gums, Alveolar Abscesses. disease
of tho Al veolarprocess. Fissured Palates, and all
diseases to which the mouth anti gums are sub—
cot.
Tooth extracted Without pain, and inserted , on
all material used by the Profession.
Office hours, from 7 A. M. to 71'. M.
Se t. 3-1 . •
BOOTS AND SHOES
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST!
REINHOLD & SOHOENER
No. 41 North Sixth-130°ot.
ri l IIIE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST ESTAB
lished a first-class Boot and Shoo-making estab
lishmont and store at tho above statod plac.o, where
they
articlese to accomodate' customers with tho
best in their line of business, and at lower
prices than at any other place in the city.
Tho following list of prtes proves all we say :
Men's calf boots, , 11l 00and upwards.
Men's kip boots,. ti 00
Ition's working oboes, - ' 100
Mon's French calf Congress gaiters, box toes, 3PO
Men's calf Gimgress editors. 2 2;1
Mon's calf Balmorals, 2 00
Mon's kip Raimondo, ' • IAO
Boys' calf Raimondo, ' 100
Royekip Minor:its, 12%
Youths' kip Raimondo, .100
•
Womon's lasting high Polish, 276
Women's (buttress gaiters, - to 2ro
Women's lasting Raimondo, 1 90
Women's Morocco Balmorals, 200,
Women's Morocco shoes,: - -.!..._ 1 fii
Women's kid slippers, Alt
Misses' lasting Polish,
Youths' gaiters from 15 cis. to 75
Youths' and boys' shoes from 30 cts. to 00
Also, a large stock of notions on band and for
sale.
The above prices aro lower than at any other
similar place of business in tho city.
Particular attention is paid to all kinds of re
pairidB• REINIIOLD it SCHCENER
NO. 41 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
ALBEDYLL & CALLIN'S
FRENCH STEAM • '
SCOURING
AND
•
DYEING
ESTABLISHMENT,
141 South Seventh St., oppoitte Depot.
' Office in Reading, Pa. •
Offices in Philadelphia. 510 Race S treet Street. '
and 132
South lith ,
• •
Encouraged by our success in our new method of
scouring and dyeing, we have resolved to 'Open a
branch office in Reading, and respectfully Gall the
attention of the nubile to our above named estab
lishment.
B our process and newly invented machinery.
wo are enabled to clean and dye goods in a very
superior manner, so as to give perfect satisfaction.
We clean and finish Ladles',` Gents' and Child
ren's garments without taking them apart or inju
ring them in the letu3t, whether the colors are
genuine or not. •
Our dyeing Is done in the very_ best manner, and
thegoods in all oases finished off in superior style.
Kid °loves. Ostrich Feathers; &c, cleaned. at
short notice. sept 23.3m0
BLANK B OOK S We have on
hand and for
sale a large variety of Blank. Books Which will be
sAd cheap. • RITTER as CO.
PROFESPIIONAL,
FOR - THE PEOPLE
READING, PA.
REPAIRING.
(ABOVE THE COURT nom)
READING, PA:
. , .
6 6 FOR THE GOOD THAT LACKS ASSISTANCE! FOIL THE WRONG THAT NEEDS RESISTANCE."
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READING, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1869.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE. I
Tim following table shows the time on which all
Passenger trains, on tho ditforeist Railroads, arrive
and depart from this city:
DEPART—FOR PUILADIMPATA.
Beading Aocom., all way stations.-- 7:30 a. m.
Express,_ trincipal stations 10:35 , '
Way and Market, all statiens 11:30 "
Express, trincipal stationt 4:20 p.m.
Way and Mail, all stations 6:30 "
FOR POTTSVILLR.
Aehland, Tamaqua, &q., and W. stations,lo:3s a. in.
Pottsville and all way stations. _ 5:50 p. ru.
Pottsville, Ashland, Tamaqua, &e 6:10 "
YOE lIARRIARURO AND THE WEST.
Express, Lebanon, Harrisburg and west, 1:10 a. an.
Mom, Harrisburg and all way stations 7:15
Mull, Harrisbur and principal stations, 10:45 "
Nast, Lebanon. Harrisburg and the west, 1:50 p. an.
Way. Harrisburg and all way stations..... 6:05
Express, Lob., Harrisburg , and tho west 10:10 "
ARMEN from Harrisburg at4:49, 7:00,10:25 a. mond
4:10, 6:25,11:40 p. m.
FOR RIM TORE
rd_prinelpal way stations 4:44 a. In.
or Newyork and principal waystatione 7:06 "
or and all way s tations 10:30 "
Nor " . 2:40 p. m.
g le or p.
Yor " and_principal way sta'ns, 11:40 '
ARRIVE from New York at 1:00, 0.00 a. in. and 1:50.
- 6:00. 10:10 p. m.
READING AND COLUMBIA It. H.
WEDNINDAY, SEPTEMBER 23d, 1868,
PaisOngor Trains will run on this Road, as
follows
Leave I t a u n te c i n vi tr r and Columbia at
" Columbia
Arrive at heading
8 00 A. M.
300 P: M.
3 00 P.;11.
10 20 A. M.
30 P. M.
RETURNINII
Leave Reading at X l OO A. BL
0 15 P. M.
Arrive at Lancaster 0 20 A. M.
Columbia at 015 "
" Columbia and Lancaster at 830 P. M.
Trains Nos. 2 and 4 make closo connection at
Reading with Trains North and South. on Phila.
and Reading Railroad, and Weston Lebanon Val
ley Road. No. 2 nig° makes close connection with
Train for Now York, _
Tickets can ho obtained at tho OMees of the
Now Jersey Central itailroad, foot of Liberty St.,
Now York, and Phila. and Reading Railroad, lath
and Callowhill Bth., Philadolphia.
Through Tickets to Now York and Philadelphia
sold at all the Principal Stations, and Baggage
Checked Through.
Trains are run by P. & R. It. Vino, which is 10
minutes faster than Penna. 11.11. Time.
UEO. F, GAGE.
Suporintondent.
E. F. RERVICR, Gon't Frt. and Ticket Agt. oily
Philadelphia & Reading Railroad.
(Revised.)
RISADIN_,O AUGUST Ern 1868,
UMMER ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
S
TRAINS, August 3, 1808,
Five Trains down to Philadelphia, passing Read
ing nt 730, 10 35 and 11 30 n. in., and 4 25 and 030
Up to Pottsville, at 10 40 a. and 550 and 600
p..
.7'rains West to Lebanon and Harrisburg"
Western Express from Now York, at 110 a. in.
and I°l andlolop,m.
Harrisburg Accommodation Train at 715 a, m,,
and mail trains at 10 45 a, in. and 605 D. in.
On Sundays, the down trains pass Reading at
940 a. m. and 425 p. m„ and up trains at 1050 a.
tn. and 5 67 p. in.
The 4 25 p. tn. down, and 10 50 a. in. up trains
run only between Philadelphia and Reading.
Up trains leave Philadelphia for Reading, Har
risburg and Pottsville, at 7 30 and 8 15 a. in., 12 45
noon, anti 3 30 p. in. and 515 p. in., for Reading
only. The 815 a. in, trains connect with trains for
Tamaqua, Williamsport, Elmira, Buffalo, Niagara
and Canada.
Tho 8 15 n. m. and 3 30 p. m. up trains from Phil
adelphia, and 10 35 a. in. and 4 2.1 p. w. down trains
stop only nt prinoipal stations, below Reading.
Reading Accommodation Trifin: loaves Reading
at 7 30 a. in., returning loaves Philadelphia at 6 15
p.
• Pottstown Accommodation Train leaves Potts-
town at 045 a: m., returning leaves Philadelphia
at 4 30 p.m.
Tho Western Express Trains connect nt Harris
burg with express trains on tho Pennsylvania It.
It. for Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and all points west,
am! the 10 45 mail train connects at Harrisburg for
Pittsburgh, Lancaster, Chambersburg, Sunbury,
Scranton, Pittston, Wilkesbarre, Williamsport,
Lock Haven, Minim and tho Canadas.
Passenger Trains kavd tipper Depot at 700 a. rn.
and 015 p. m., for Ephrata, Litis, Lancaster anti
Columbia.
Through First-class Coupon tickets and Emi
grants' tickets at reduced fares, to all the principal
points In tho North, West and the Corinth.%
COAIMUTATION TIOKErs,
With 24 coupons, at 25 per cont. discount between
any points desired.
MU.NAOE TICKED!,
oOod for MOO miles between all points, nt $25.50 for
families and business firms.
SEASON TICKETS;
fiend for the holder only, for 3,6, 9 an4112 - nion hs,
hetwoon all points at reduced fares. School season
tiekots at ono-third less than the above.
43 , 4- Passengers will take the Express Trains
west at the tipper Depot, and another trainsat the
Lower or Depot.
.100 pounds of baggage allowed each passenger.
Passengers nro requested to purchase their tickets
before entering the cars, as higher fares aro charg
ed if paid in the cars,
Marston Tickets good for one day, by 7'A m.,
Accommodation Train to Philadelphia and return.
at $2 &I each. . _
in
BOOKSELLERS
NEIySPAPEUS A lane lot qt
. old noweoa
'pen% on and at this ofkico, which will be told
cheap.
ON AND AFTER
A. A. NICOLLS, Oen% Supt.
, RITTER & CO„
AND
STATIONERS
351 Penn Street.
BRAUTIEUL AND CURIOUS.
AN ACRoSTIC.
j
WO find the following curious piece of poetry in
the Plesbyterian Magazine. The initial capital
letters, t4Pell "My boast is in the glorious Cross of
Christ,"and Ile words in italie,when read from 'top
to bottom and from bottom totop, make the Lord's
prayer: -
Make known the Gospel truths. our Father,
King;
Yield us Thy grace, dear /I.oiirr, from above,
lileir us with (maks whkh testingly can sing
Our life Thou art for ever God of lovo;
Ammo our griefs in loreforOlirist we pray.
Since the bright Pave of heaven and 'glory died I
Took all our shame, and ha llOweel the display,
In first be ing man, and then being crucified.
Stupendous God I Thy grace and power make
known,
In Jesus' name let all the world roJoleo,
Now labors in .Thy heavenly k ingdom own,
That blessed kingdom. for Thy saints the choice!
How vile to come to Theo, is till our cry.
Enetuiep of thy self, and all that's thine 1
Graceless our trill, our livesfor vanity ,
Loathind,thy;Truth; being evil in design. '
0 God, thy will ho dane from earth,
Reclining on tho Gospel let Us !Ivo
In earth from sins deliver ed and forgiven,
Oh as Thyself, but teach us to forgive,
Unless it-s power temptation loth destroy,
Sure is our fall into the depths of woo;
Carnal in mind, wo'vo slot 'limps° of joy,
Raised against heaven in us no hope can flow,
0 give us grace end lead us on Thy way.;
Shino on us with Thy love. and give us peace;
Self and this sin which ristrci l gainet us say;
Oh I grant ench day our trespass es may cease,
Forgive our evil deeds that oft we do.'
Convince us daily of them to our shame,
Help us with heavenly bread; forgive us too
Recurrent lusts, and We adore Thy name,
In thy forgive ness we as.saints candle,
Since, for us and our trespasses so high,
Thy Son our Saviour bled on Calvary.
MARRIAGE
Marriage is a change of existence—a death-
birth, as our German friends would_say—an
Exodus=a transit from one life to another
—and with as impenetrable a veil of doubt
and uncertainty spread over that other life,
as is over that life to whose domains' Death
is the portal. "Whore wo are, wo know,"
may a I9an about to be Marri`ed . well exclaim;
Where we have been wo also know; whither
we are going,no man knoweth,nor cite know,
'till Alio going has merged into the gone."
Charles V. said, no man: could be said to ho
t
truly brave until lie — had snuffed a candle
4
with- his fingers; but'my idea is; that IN
man's courage can be so severely tested as
by entering into the holy state of matrimony,
provided only that the Orm be of a' content
,.
plative, reflective natal... This courage is
more required on the w man's part than on
the man's. She must infallibly know less
of him than hoof hcr,as ho beholds her ever
in the world she moves i 1; whereas ho,when
ho leaves her, mingles and is lost in the
crowd of outer life. Wilether ho keep him-
self apart - among the' v rtnous, or has his,
haunts among the vicious, she can only hear
by report, and report is not a witness that
should be trusted,and feilitle etiquette denies
her the searching inquiries necessary for
complete satisfaction. Then again, he, lms
more resources than ahe,if the home be made
unhappy by the illquisorted union. The
tavern, the theatre; the meeting, the mart,
are all open to him. He can be away from
home when he likes, an i l as long as he likes;
and when from home, to all intents and Pur
poses, he is a bachelor again. Noyo she,
poor lady! Once a wife, a wife forever. She
may not, cannot, would not, dare not, leave
him. The laws, her clldren, and
,her high
Womanly instinct ane t ' forbid it. She can
never lay down her tsvi eltood and become a
linnid again. And eve t if she do separate
awe 'monk° her futh- .
kt, the 'unspeakable
dy - desire and hopes,
l'ining' life—ghese aro
there no longer; the butterfly is freed, but
the wings are torn and unfeathered—it can
fly no more. 'Hence, there is no one thing
more lovely titan when a maiden leans.ber
fairy check upon her -breast, and
,
whispers--" Dear heart I cannot see, but I
believe. The Past was beautiful,but the Fu
ture,' can trust—with thee I"
from him, and return o
oils house,
,the gay hei
palapitation of maiden
building promises of col
--A, few days since, a man named Tulle, a
usually sober, quiet Citizen, residing near
Spring Hill,
.Stoddard county,.Mo.,returned
to his home in a,state l pf intoxication. .From
some cause a quarrosprung up between
himself and wife, ?lion be soizeda gun with
the avowed intention Of shooting hbr. In or
der to defend herself she threw up her arm,
when Tulle struck hei with the gun,breaking
the arm. At this point a son interfered
wresting the gun from hit; 1 father, and strik.
ing him on the head roke his skull, so that
he died almost ;Eiden ly,
, . .
—A. new city ice
Wednesday afternoo
Cramp & son's ship
a latge number of
power is twenty per
boat used last yEar.
cost $lOO,OOO. She
about the first of the
El
SE
ioat wasl_launehed on
i at Philadelphia from
mird, in the_presence of
ons. Her motive
ent. greater than the
She is built of iron, and.
ill be ready for service
ear,
TRIMS OENTS PER OOP!
TAN OERTf3 rEs WEEK
A SAD MEMORY.
Eddie Leo and hiTirttlo sister Eva were
nt play in the garden. ..It was'a warm bright
day in SumaKr, fait' Eia . complained of be
ing cold, and . wanted Eddie to take the ..
Playthings, and go inito the nursery.
To this Eddie was very much opposed,
natural dislike to being confined in
ho house when it was possible to be out of
doors.
"But I'm chilly,"; said Eva n in •remon-
strance.
s l‘Pshaw I" answered Eddie. "Oej up and
stir yourself then, and you'll get warn quick
enough. I'm comfortable in the Ando and
hero it's all sunshinelu
"But I'm tired," said Eva, sitting doyvn.
"Oh fudgo !" cried Eddie, "lazy you
mean I"
"No I don't!" towered Eva. "I ain't
azy, I'm tiied 1"
"Tired of what?'' naked Eddie impnti-
ently.
"Tired of running around with you," an
swered Eva. "i've played to suit you, now
yotrought to come in and_play with .me
spell." •
"But I don't like to play girls' plays," nu•
swered Eddie.
"I played your playa leans° you wanted
no to," urged Eva. :
"What of it?" laughed Eddiu, very pro
vokingly throwifig up his ball, and running
off after it• as it cam down.
"Please' do come in and plait with mo,just
a little while," pleaded Eva. "11l play what
you want to, if you will, I'd just as lief play
out here, only Pm - tiviitimd cold. When I
get rested I'll come out with you. You'll
con►o in, won't you Eddie ?" and her blue
oyes looked up vory I . )loadingly into his,
"No I won't, so there l" answered Eddie,
crossly. "I'm not 4oing to shut myself up
in•tho house such a fine day as this ) just be
cause you're too lazy to • play out doors."
ain't lazy," said Eva, hor faco getting
•
red with excitement. -
"Yes At - Ciro," answered Eddie, "and
you know it, too. • A great big, lazy girl.
Shame I" .
Eddie pointed his finger in her face, n
very scornful oxpreimioti on his features.
do'think yon'roireal menu," erio Eva /
beginning to cry, "for I ain't lazy, if you do
say Bo."'
"Cry-baby 1 erybaby 1" still Eddie, with a
wry face, very aggravating t and very much
to be ashamed of if lie only had known it at
he time.
Eva answered not a word. She was OD
grieved for that. She got up very slowly
and turned to go into the house., Angry
and annoyed to think ho was to lose her as
sistance in playing "horse" ho gave her a
push that • sent. her ,beadlong against the
door, and said in low ► intensely angry
ones:
hate you, Eva Lei3l You're . just ono
of the meanest, ugliest girls I ever knew."
She left him, without even looking at him
or soying a word.
At supper she was abient from the table .
Her mother said she was not feeling well,
and had laid down to rest.
The next morning she was in high a fever
Doctor Grayasseilt for and he prescribed
m i
for her, a ordered perfect quiet. Bit she.
l ssi
grew worse, and for two days she lay be•
tween life and death. • 1
, On the third day, the doctor saw there
vas a change, but 'not for the better: Eva
must die.
Can you imagine how Eddie felt when he
was told that his sister was dying? I think
not. Ho would have given a world if ho
could have done so, to have his angry words
unsaid. How wicked and shaineful hig con
duct looked to himself.. She had complained
of being cold and tired, and he had called
her lazy, while it was the disease at work in
her system. How he wished he had yielded
to her entreaties; mid played with her as she
desired: But his repentance came too, late,
Eva died. It was just sunset. They stood
by her little white bed,' weeping very sor•
rowfully. The
.Window was open, and the
sunshine and breeze 'came in, bringing
brightness and perfume. A robin sung in
the cherry tree. Eddie will never forget
that scene.
"SW she said, lifting her oyes to her
mother's tearful :face, as she bent over her
darling. And her mothei sang the dear old
cradle hymn with whiCh she had soothed her
child to rest many times. Now she sang to
hei. while she fell asleep in death, in the last,
sweetest ajeep of all.
Eddie is a man now; but the memory of
his unkind words will never be forgotten.
Awful4.l[24 aro n11'611.10 t‘lisna In Jut.
vertlssuntuts as early to the atop los pt+4l4l‘, g‘r*ukt
rapidly increasing droulittiott cotupots us to Fu to
lam Rbouts p. m.
OtWueSICAVIONS intended fOr puhlieetion in the'
Dail.' NAOMI must be ateorpartm ay a respo
- hie name, as a gnaranteeo Uneasily on Om •ert
of tho writer. The name a arm! be published au4
less so desired by the °out spoadont,
Write only oa owe gitio of tlie paper, and as tvlllll. ,
ly as possible, without flourishes.
.
Bouscatatua who fall to meirc tho Esol.tr. au.
tarty will confer a favor by leaving notice al is
office where all complatnts of irregtilarltv-3Thi
laten , ss of delivery will be promptly alt9tdeti to.
utast»;DKNIA should make their cote tau) Ica
sihort anti to the point. Our spaco is too' i
or very long articles. •
eo '
(lons
lied
SPEAK lOW.
!now soma !town's, well built and halal•
l ily furnished, whero it is not pleasant to
len a visitor. :Amp, angry - totte, re.
through them from morning.till night,
i ho influence is ns contagious ns the
-les, and midi moro to bo dreaded in , n
ohohl. They catch it, and it hosts thr
IA friend hati stielt a neighbor within
soul
be e
soon'
and
men:
how
lire.
hear
has
ng of her housoond oVon,Poll Pert at
Aught thotune, mid delights in seres‘n•
ing tind scolding;until Rho has peon spilt in
to
th i o country to improve her habits. Chit.
drett catch cross tones quicker than pensive',
And
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d. is a much more expensive haNt.
't.o mother sets the example, -you will
ce
ly hear a pleasant word among the
ren in the play with each other. Yet he
ipline of such a family is _weak and ir•
ar. Tho children expect just sq untolt
iling before they do, anything they ore
len, while in many a Nemo where
• t) e
firm vOice'of tho mother, or a de . eidod
of her eye is law, they never think 41
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cdtence, either in or out or her tight.
Inothers,it is worth a groat deal to vol.
tiva o that "excellent thing in woman," a
low sweet voice. yen aro over so moth
tire by the mischievous or wilful prank.; of
the We ones, speak low. It will be a gent
hel to you oven to trued be patient nod
the rful, if you caimot wholly Aueeeed.—
An:or makes you wretched, and your Ail.
are , Impatient, angry tones nevcr
did the heart good, but plenty of evil. lien
what &Tomtit) says of them, act] remenik c
what ho wroto with an inspired .pen. Ye
cannot have the excuse for them that .thr
lighten your burdens any,for they Only mal,.)
them ten times heavier. • For your otfii,
well as your children's sake, learn to spon't
low. They will remember
s aint ono 10111
when you are under the willows. '\ So, too,
would they remember a harsh and aogi
voice. Which legacy will you leave to your
children?
Tit SABBATH FOR MR WORKINGMAN. - -
Tho Sabbath is God's special present to ti..)
workingman, and ono of its chief objects 14
.to prolong his lifo rufd preserve efficient 11;4
working tone. In the vital system it net ►
like a compensation pond ; it replenish(
thti spirits, the elasticity and vigor, whit 't
the last six days have drained i away, :It 1
supplies the -foree'Whithis - to-1111 the six de; t
succeeding ; and in the economy of exist6iwo,
it
1181VCI9 the Ottniii purpose es t in the ecett.
y of income, is answered hia tin in;
k. Tho frugal man, who puta aside a
nut to-day and another po,Und next mont
who, in a quiet way, iS always putting
Po
an
by
Ids
. stated sum from twin to time, wh9n lie
grows old and frail gets not only tho nmo
pounds back again, but a good ninny pounds
besides ; and the conscientious man, who
husbands ono day of exifitenco every weelz,
who, intitend of allowing the Sabbalh to be'
trampled and torn in 'the hurry and scramble
of life, treasures it devoutly up—tho Lord 111
the Sabbath keeps it for him, and in le»gth
of days and a halo old age, gives it buck
with usury. The savings bank of human ex ill
eneo is the weekly Sabbath.—North Branch
Review.
I—Thuring the progress of tearing 'clown :, ft
hi chimney in the house belonging to,M+ .
hnson, of Essex, K. IL, - reeentlyda . b.e
t of tho old stdvo-pipo style, containing +, i
kr-style blue and white home-made liii+ i
iindkerchief,was found buried iii the hello f
' ition of tho chimney. The hat was ifq 1,
od state of presorvation,and after a bn IT I
sixty-five years is now in Atylengain. 'Fl+ i
I imney was very itirgo,cantaining four iii,+,+•
aces,land was bulit in 1803; as was klet,,h,
lined by marks epee the bricks.
--California. has within its bonier 17,1
dges of Free and Aecepted. Masons, %%lift
aggregate membership of'. 7,600. Till,
rand Lodge was organized April 15, 1850.
Mr. Whitney, ofleominster, ?clam,
s )ot ugolden eagle recently. The bird weigh
e ten pounds, nod measured seven feet tea
inches from tip to tip of its wings.
—A traveling "Count," arrested in New
York for practwrog• tho "dead Vent" 'gaunt
on hotels, pleaded In extenuation that he arms
insane from a disappointment in love.
: .
—A . steamboat ;tvtenty-tivo feet in length
and carrying eighteen personating been Intilt
•'n Washoe Laki, Nevada.' Ulm a bram
togine.of seventy-flve pounds weight.
—ln Australia they'have . feneed in 10,000
lens where ostriches are kept, and
Oland that the feathers of a full-grown hint
rill sell for $lOO a year.
—All the cotter) mills of Newburyport,
ass„ pass their October dividend 3. Mr )
alances are on theyrong side of the ledger.
—Two feet of snow in Quebec, nn fifteen
nches of the same in Oxford comity,
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