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'Published tvcry'SatUtday Morning, by
LEVI L. TATE.
In Bloomsburg, Columbia Co.i
'Oi'fiob. In tlie-ncw Brick Building, bp
posilctie Exchange, by side, of ihe.Cou't
House, Democratic. llcad Quarters,"
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work e.tocutod nttho cstahUihod pri903, i
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UAJiTIWOItE LOCK HOSPITAL.
THE founder of tliiaOclobratc.d Insti
tttllon.oir.'rs Ihfl montcTrtaln. ipeciiy, njul only
fiicclual remedy In the world for c(rerwrfor Gletli,,
viriftturK. Seminal vvaeknesiY TalriB In the Loin,,
Uonitlldtional PeMUty. Impoleney, AVeaknesi of tbe
Unekand I.I nib i, Affections of the KMncys, Talnlta.
tlon'bf tlii Heart. Dltipcpsla. .Nervous lrrlt,1Uility.
Disease ot tbe llffld, 'J lirniit, N6BTor gkln.nnd all
tiiof fcrious timt melancholy Disorders ariilnj from
tlif destructive Jialuts of Voiuh, wtiicli destroys both
body fltid itifhd Tlteie lectel and solitary practices,
nra more fata) UMlieir victims than tlic song of-1 ho
Hyrons to the innrlncrf Ulysses, bligbilns tbfir most
brilUani'bO)ts of anticipationfi rendering marriage,
itc , impositible.
Married pafsrfni,rir Voiins'Men'conteniiilnll'iif; mnr
rtagc, b-slnn ownro ofphynic.il ivcakiif4i, organic tie
billty. deformities, &x'..fb6'tM Inmifdiaicly consult
Jjf Joltnuon.'and be rctttired to perfect beallb,
lie wliopllces himself under tbe care of Dr. John
ston may rellRtonsly confide In bis honor as a gentle-
mrn nno connanny my upnn nn itiu airpiiysicuu,
immediately cured and full vigor restored.
Tills, disease U the pentlty most frrquenlyi paid by
those nlioluve become lit victim of Improper Imiul
(icucicg, Yo-iujr persons are too apt to commit ex a
rrss from not being aware oflhe dreadful consequence
that mayensu'. Now, who that unUerstandi tbe tub
jpcl will pretcnj to deny that the power of procrcs
tiou Is lost sooner by those falling Into lmpronrr
liahisthiii by liia prtiilent, Ueides being ileprivcd nf
l tie pleafuM nf ht-ultlty oiTspiing. tho moil serious
and destructive symptoms to both body 'and iidmt
iiri3C. Tlxrsvsteut becomes dernnged; ibe physical
and Tiiittl ptmera uenkened, ncrvnnt debiliiy. ilys
pep ia, uJlprlJtion of tbe hear I. Indijes I ion. a walnig
nflliu fiuiue. couiili, ymptomsf consumption AcC.'
13" Office No.doeTii fftSDXRtcjcBiRSBr.seven doors
friiii Ilnllimore btrcn. Uast sidts. up t lie ntcps. Ho
punlcnlar iito'mrvinj the NAMC and NUMilUlI.nr
ywuwill mistake the, piece. I
. Cure Iturranled, cr no C'Aari Madt, tn fxAM One to
NO MnUCURV OR NAUSMJUd DRUCS UtSHD. I
M'tmbrf tbp-Royil Co Meg ft of Hurgeiirf. l,in(Jon 1
(rndii iii' trom one of ttitt Innst cmineut ctllfgrn o( the j
Unit ft I riiaii s and tbecreatrr pait ufwho lili has
b.-en uprnt in I lie llrsl Ilospitala of hunilou .I'jrls.r lili 1
Is Jrlpina and eUewlmre. lias cllutCil soimM.f the ntt I
H4tnniihiu3 cures ttiat wre over known ; innny (rouli
.11 with rni;iii inilif head and rats wk-n utl-ep,
cfat iiitvoiiiiii! briif a United at sudden sounds.
nd bnsiif Hii-ss, Willi frt'qiienl bliiflung, nttendni
t-oniiit lines vv j lit dera neiiiculu I mind We,re cured J in
A Certain Disease,
Wlipn Mi misguided and tmprudeut vot.ny of pica
'irfiud lie ilia unbilled the sefds of tliu pmiilnl
ilii-nc, li too of if ii happens timt an illtipttd m nee nl
liiunc. or lirp.ul rip dii.urery, tl fieri him from nppivi
ins to Uicr; w h t from eilticaimn and r specttibillll
fan atone b 'fi if ml Mm dfliymg till the cmistitu tinny
nyidplnniit uf this lior ltd ilifasf mnkx IId'I r nppcnraim
4itis ulriruid (tnf.' tbruat, ilisunsrd iiohi. nortiirrc,
, pn in III Hie hr.iddrilimb,djuijH'a nf ifihl.de afnniii
iu.Unii the skin h'Mifs. iihI arms, bloulirsffon
brad l.iro.and cxiiinitte , progn-sstni; with h ip tli,
rnpiditt .tilt at list the palnte oflhe mouin fit n
hour s r the noi fill in ,a nd the viHin of tbtim the
Unv beenmes a horrid object of rnminii"ratioii til)
d nth puis a period tn his dre.ifil ullerinps, by en
ninjhjni in'thil bmunu from t(wbencr no traveler
rMrns.X "h tberefnte ,J)r. .Johnstnn pledges
hiniK-irio preserve the most envlolnble secrov and
"1l'i hisjiitensY'" prnrlkn in thersi llotpl!als of
llurapu aiTinirir:i. In- ran rnnrtdmitlv rirommena
.ife and sporty cure to the uuluttaimto.vircini of this
Dr J .iddiessvs uM tliot-e who have Injured ibem
selffs by private and nuprnper iiidiilgeiii e, '
TJiese arc soir.ent llio sad and melanc,fiolv eflVrts
Pindird Ly early lialdtc nf youth, viz U'vakiiis of
tba ItacK oud I.imbs, Tain in the Head, 'hjinnrFttol
Higbt, I.nis of Muscular Power, Palpiiation nf Uie
Iliiart, Dvsprpsia, Nervous Irratltillty, Dcransciucnt
nf Hi- niertive Funciions,GencraiPtbflity,Kyniutoj;is
nf Coniumptlun, $c.
MIJNTALIiy -The fearful efn-fta upon tj.c mind
are' mucli to berlreiried, hois ol Memnry, Con Tm ion o(
Ideas, nirrsion of thu hpirtti. Ilvil I'orebodlnc,
Aversion of Society, Timiiy , ic, are some t iheevits
TInHSftnds of perrons nf nil njies ran now judge
wlu. Is tlnrauic(rticir Jpcllnln he.iltli. Looyiug
t lie! r vigor, becoming v. eak. pale and emariated, having
singular appearance abouttlm eyes.cuusliAiid sju.jf
touis f Consumption.
Dr.; Johnston's Invigorating Rern&ly for
Ily tills great and important remedy, weakness or he
organs are Mieedlly cured, and Lul vltinr rffctoifd,
Th'Kisaiidsorilie most ncrvoufc and dcbj!jlaW. whd
liad I 'ft all hope, have been immediately. telle ved. All
.lOt.on Nervous 1, ,,,,jly.-rre,nJ;m,5.Vn;iW, k.
priumqms iu marriage. rnysicRi anu Menial uirua
r.,J!ihiniX.j;i Si ; " ,ca,ri"-1""u' l'""y
rured by Doctor Jol-nilon .
AVllft llBVfl I II 111 r fiit I m in inlvfi hu n i rt tl IT hl.irl B.
f ruin evil com puninusnr nl school the erlecis of whir h
nrn uigUtty felt, etcn when asteep(sjHl if not cured
rendcri nnrrUe impostiibte, nud destroys both mind
nud body, should apply immediately
Wiatn pity t)u a voting p. an, the hope ofhis roun
fry.andtbe dartintt of his parents, should be snatched
front al prospect and enjoynefits of life. by the coiipc'
msnres of deviating from the nath of nature, and in
lulfitng Jn a c -ilia in secret habit, .Such parsou before
should reflect that a sound mind and body are the runs
necessary repiitltles to promoj&conunbial liapptnettf
- ndeed.wittioMt these 4 he Journey through life becomes
n weary pllinmiige.tueprospeclhourly darkens to tha
-tew 1 the mind becomes shadowed ufth despair and
..lied with the melancholy reflection tliaithe happiness
f another becomes blighted with our own
JFFI0UNO.7SUUTII FitKDlitUL'K 8P.,fisiVuaer,tfUJ
ALU HUItGlUAI 01' DILATION a PKltFOUMLl).
VU, Lettiofdlse modesty prevent you, but apply mi
-tldiately either personally (r by letter.
The manv thousands cured at this institution with'n
(he last lSye;irs,andtheiiumernusimportantHurf!icnl
Cpdratlons performed by1 Dr; Johnston, witnessed by
t lie repo'rtersdl ttid papers and many oilier perBons.no
ti'-es of which have appeared a ft am and iiRiin before
tbe'lublff.-bosides'hii standing as a gentleman of cha
r-f'!r'nd responsibility, Is a sullicicut nuataulce to
N n. There are so many Ignorant and worthless
inrlri n rlwntl 1 n a ihannalvui lhuiiltsi .. ;!..
- tie "tialth ofthe alretdy afflicled, that Dr, Johnston I
d:-mslt neccisary tosay, especially Jo those unac
R'lAinled with his renutation. that his rtedeiiiiala nA
dipromas always bans in his office.
C3rTAK0Tic, Aiuetiers ran si he postpaid, and
f mjsin a postage slump for the. reply, or noanewer
ten uj KM
'(tarly 7 1857-
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-HOOT ANOi SHOE' MAKING.
r 91 years goneby.wuuli
Vcuilulncis, 'flat h, ci
TMIi Undersigned, thanklut for the libera!
men lie uas.necii lavord lor
lid Inrormhis Irlends aud
eoatlnuea to manufacluie
Boots' and ,Sibes, I '
.a 1 . ii : , -7i ,: .
Did and wn.knownilaud,.on Mainstreel
w.-ianHI utg, 10' M neir various.nno,iprms,iu goon
it UAndun mnderate leruia,
Ui lujitf piTiui-iince in, tho business. aoA centra
kni? - Veof iha people of u'olumbiaii ounty, super
jiir; Jttaa,flBd determination to render satisfaction
rA rti riuinmers, should secure him increased pti
' '-niee-whieh he hopes to merit.
. JACOB F. DIRTCRICK,
r -lr.MiurcMftUb 0. W7
"C Nfl wishing flosrndle.'cmeM eant-nd It by
X tintnthtsjbKrifceret Rupert Tft.
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' , BLOOM
fno caMdkn and ambov raimioau and
pHiijfnr.LruiA and trcnton kailtioad
COMPANY'S LINES. '
From Philadelphia JVw JVr, and IVay PUtu
' At I A. M., from Kensington Depot, via Jersey
City Mall i
At A A. M.. vln Camden ana Jersey City, New
Jersey Accommodation 2
mo Am,,via wmiuen unu rauoy, Accommoua
lion. i. nun.. ...... '.....
At 7 A. M.. via Camden and Joney City. Morn
At 10 A. Mm by ilcambonl Trptitoti, via Tncony
and Jersey Ultv, Morning Hiiircta ...t..fc
At sr. via vi'Ddco unu dunooj, vana
Al a M; vta camjen'anj je,Bey city Enlni"
Mail u. in........
ai 3 r M . vf Umnden and Ainitoy, Accommo
. ilatinn. lit Cla 3;
At 3 1'. a . via Ca in den sncLAhibovi Accommo-'
' riat Ion, tfd Cl.its ..t.Y..'i.....vski.t 1
At o r. M.. via i mnden and tAmboy, A teem mo-
dMion, 1st Clafs ...i..J..-v4i.9v... 3
At o t , M.. via, cmden ana. Araboy, Accommo-
ilttlon Sd Class. ..H. i(itif.'..'j(. i.w.. 1
The 5 P. M line runs daily, nil. others Sundays ex
cepted. J&pff'ss Lines Mop al the principal stailjns onlyj
il'orjnelvldere, Jlniton..Flemington. &.c, at ti At M.
and 4 I'. M., from Walnut street wharf.
For Water Oup.Bltoudfl.urg.Scranicn, Wilkes bar re.
Montrose, Crent nend. tc, nt b A, M , via Delaware,
.acka wan naa t H'c tcr n Ha) Iron tL
For freehold nl OA. M.andS P. M
For Mount itoliy nt 7 A. M nnd and.i. M
Tor Bristol, Trenton, 4c, at '.'l and 4 P. M.
Tor Palmyra, Unn cocoa. Dtvcrly. Duriinelon. ftor
dentdwn. &c, at 3 p. M.
. WAV MXE .
Tor Mount Itolly'.ilurlingiun jmt Way Stations at 3
4. M . '
8tcambrnt Richard Stockton (or Rurlin(ton and tlris
tolateiA M., nnd for' Bordcntown ,and Intermediate
places at 3 P. Mi
Htpsmboiit Trenlnn for Tntnnv nt Ifl nn.1 111 A. M..
! and 4 P. MM and for Burlington nnd Rnstol at 4 P. M.
All lines, excrsl 1 A. M , leave Walnut st. wharf.
tCJ- Fifty ounds of baggage onlvallawed each pas
senger. Iase(ijcfs arc prohibited from.tnkiiiirflnythliij
pnpgagi- ii ii i ineir wenring nppurei.
over titty pounds lobe raid forejftra. The Comnnny
limit their responsibility for baggage to one doUir per
potinri, and will not be Hablu for any amount bs)ond
$t0, except by special contract
WM. II. (JATZMCIt, Agent.
(.'. St A r R. CO.
R. R. MORRCLI', Agent,
Pept 21, 1857 JM!a. ar-.RRsCo.
TIIH undersigned, grateful for past patronage, re
spectfully in firms his ci stomrrs nnd the public
generally, Hint ha lia Just received from the Jtc,;i
rill s, the Inrgesl anil most select stock of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
That Ins yet been opened in llfoomsbunr. to whlrli be
invites the tiiPMiiion of his friends, and assures them
that l hey npi o He red for sa p nt great baigalns. His
Btw,k comprises n large asrortment of
Gentlemen's "Wearing Apparel,
Consisting of FASlllONARf.K DUHSS COATS, of
every dernplion; Pants Vests, Shirts. Crnvats,
stocks, Cotton Iitnilkcrche(s,(j'vrt f usjienuers, &e.
Gqhl Watches and Jixvcltyx
Of rvery description. fln nnd cbeon
N.Jt Reuieiol.rr "jAXtnb&ff'a Cheap Fnptrtvm "
..mi see. Jo cnargc lor examining uioua.
PltitjinsljjKe Aug 3, 16J7
STAUFFEll & HARLEY.
Clir.Jtr U'JtTQIlF.S JUtl) J KWKI.Il,Y.
1 IIOI,:rt t.H AND llCTAII.,nl Ilin -TlillnJi Ipliia
N'urlh HIXOM) Slnrel.cnrner ufaiinrry.P
iiaiin Hiinmtftvi'irvmoro,' no iim
118 (Olil No lie)
Cnld LeerVatf lies, full Jew tiled, l?rnretctucs, f -?3 W
flnld lupine. IH tartt, - . 51 (
Silver lver, full jewdled, 13(10
Silver Irfpin.. Jewl, 0 Oil
Onld PpecUiJaf, , 7 0U
Fine Silver do. - .1 ip
flold Hr.icelels, - ZOO
l.ndy's Gold Pencils, I mi
Hilvcr Tea rip..nn. pet r, 3 no
Gold Pens, nith Peuci1 nnd8ilver bolder, - 1 00
Gold Finder Rings, J7 ccpts to JUO ; Wntfh Glasses,
pliin. V2 rents, patent Ir1!, Luuet 25 1 oiher attirles
in proportion, Allgoodd warranted to bo what they
are so.d fo'.
'BTOn hand soma GoUl nnd Bitvrr Levers and
Leplnes still tower than the above prices,
October in, 1C67
rplP unilor.igticl reiitclfu(lv inCurnm .lUcn.
1 it liliioni.biirg nuil ilie public in genual, ilmt Ii.
tia v?V,liiI r
Bool and Shoe Eilallishmcnt,
In itt'i wlnto builtlinrt on Main flrct, oImivr Kl.e.
u WiMun'ii liukery, wneru lie mi cnmtantly on hand
n large uesnrtmclit of
Roots, 'Shoes, Gaiters, &o,,
Au,d.YiM uiaVeup work lo nrJtr on iliort notice Uif
IdnRf.ienvnfe rn the bunnr.t, and general know,
leilK til li4 wnt.o, the people, will enalile liim to
lentler nati.fartion to allfJis,U9liiuiurtt and should
secure linn patronage wlucli he liopeH In merit.
UlDointliiirc. Mny S, lEi7,
T SS'Si S, VSSi S?'
1 wr of MAIN and MAUKfiT .Ircels, In Itupen's How,
'.vhjro he H prepared lo luml.li allklnds or
,1 ... , " '
MONIT.MUNTg.iCrndlo.'loiiihs. Pox Tomhi.nn.l
Head 3 louts of everv descriDtion. His stock is of the
best.lSiud, Ue workman, ship not stirpawed by any in
I ho iiiiiiitrv. nilit in imu iirVa. I'ntl nml luylaa r,.a
0 He wi'l nto furnuh Tnble nnd r.tircau Topi,
Mantels fot thrumes, Ilasa Corses,- Linties, and Sills
for Wim'ovV and Doors, nt a low fieure.
Thanhtul for paiit favors, wo hope for a contlnuatico
A N Til ON Y WITMAiV.
llloomisburc, April 4, ie37. (im
KW TINWARE SJIQP.
main stijuct. gpposrrnTin: uxciiANnn
Till! understand! respectfully Informs his frlen
and the public generally, Hut he lias opened
Jl iVfitf Tinware and Shctt Lou Esta
In tho bui'lihns formerly orrunlcd for that, tmrnose
bj Joaeuti tliarpletis, wliera.he. is, prepared pj conduct
the lillsi iicH In all Ifs various brani-hes. ' '
Tinware and llutjio Spouting of all, kindtuado f.o
it run vh kiiui i mitjiu uiiii tn niuuf ja (ii ivv.
Also-STOVUd, of various nylcs, constantly for
Kenalrinc done to older in nutck'timc,
1 Ejf Country produce taken in exrhango for work
li(tbntttburt.'SIoy iff, IP57 y
D. U. MlIjsLAnD.
NEW WAHULW.iYAKUIX BLOOJISBURG
HIRAM S. CAJIEV
HAS opened n Marble Yard r. CJoyrt Alley, pppoiitn
the Uxchaiiite.hero.he js prepared to flnish.lhe
besl.workfrnm Italian or'Ameriean Mnrblefor ' -
j Tomb-stones, Tables, Mantles
Window-sills and ten
i Forlie character nnd,fiitiih yfbia work" ho refers to
lucrtaslifl has made i is this couuty,- Ue will furnish
(nesigns forv"rk or execute any that may bo furnish.-
lAidtohlra.- Hit work shall always be satisfactory in
GOOD NUWS FOR IlAllD TIMES.
iT""3. subscribers' havo Just relumed from the city,
r X wllh a' good orsoriment of flood, nl prices la suit
lhe tint... VVllirl, III., u.111 .ll......n nt At n,l... C.v
. VVelrivHe nit person, who wlshtohuvchean. to call
and examine our stock'.
Country rroduce taken.as
II. 0,'fc I, XV. MARTMAN.
Dr. Francis ft. Han isbii,
-ITTOULD re,p,ctfully inform I liecilliensofliloom.
V burg and vicinity, that he fiasco mmenced the pru
ctlc of Mcdicimi andStaosRy.and lolleitsaslisrc of
lie 6nnnlwaylieroiinilMthe Uichnntelletelnp
rnstl. Ilie Court House,
Ulr omiiiur; f'b 3 lfia
SQYEMBEB 14, 1857,
An.Eb'gKsii'gbntlcman nnd his lady, who
word .011 their passago to tlio BaBt-lndloSj
in ;ono'df, tho, vessels of an Englisli fleet,
paid a visit to tho Admiral's aliip, leaving '
two young children in tho caro
Ecrvcnt," who was about eighteen
ln voars of .
age, A violent storm arising during their
absence, tlio Blilp containing .tho, twp chil.
drcn,,was fostlsiniing, wlicn a boat arrived wild 'firo aud this ono( was ,not long in,''vcry closely investigated my personal 'his
from tho' Admiral's ship", for their relief,! reaching tho oars of Mr. Mosro, ono of his , tory. Of ono thing, I am certain, however,
tho crew eagerly crowded to tho boat 5 but ,
. -.i i
,for him -alone, or tho two children, gorjo
rously put jthem on board, and remained
himself on -tho wrcok, which, with he
generous boy, was immediately cngplfcd
in tho ocean.
This interesting circumstance has been
made ,tho subject of the following lines, 'by
SellicH OsBOttN. u
Tremfniloil, liowli the nngry hlart t
The boldest heart, with terror quake t
High o'er the vessel', tottering must
The liquid mountains fiercely break I
Each eye is fix'd in wild despair,
And .If alii displays its terrors there I
' T '
Now plunjing In the dread abyss.
They pierce the hosnm of the deep ;
Now rise where virid lightnings hiss,
And seem Ihe murky cloud. to sweep
Through Ilia (lark nilit (trend tbundcrs roll.
And horrors clil.l iho frigid soull
The storm abates ; bul shatle'M 'sor,
The Irsky vessel drinks the brine ;
They seek in. vain some friendly shore.
Their spirits sink, their hopes decline l
But. lo I what Joy succeeds their grief,
Kind llcav'n giants the vlsh'd relief.
Bcc, on the deck, oung Marco stands.
Two blooming cheiubs by his side.
Intrusted to hlsfaithrul hands;
'A mother's Joy, a lather's pride;'
Tlio'black his skin, as shades of night.
Ills heart Is fair, his soul Is white!
Kach lo tho yawl with rapture flics,
Cxcepttllo noble, generous bo.
Go, level) infants, go.he crle,,
And give your nniluus parents Joy.
No luetlirr will for Marco wi-ep,
When fa to entombs him In the deep I
Long havi my kindred cea.'d to grieve,
No sl.ier kind my fat. shall mourn,
No breast lor me n sign will Itrnvo,
No lio.om Iriend wbit my return.
Unsaid, and sinking .sought the shore,
U'heic toil fcu,i slavery .vex no mure
Georgo Lcnnnx was clerk in tho .whole
sale grocery of Messrs. Mooro &.Hccso, in
nno of the eastern cities. George was on
ambitious young man, had many bright
hopes lor the.luture, w.is generally in cooJ
spirits, though sometimes the groat high
pathway of lifo scorned darkened, and iho
.Etar of hopo shono feebly on his path, But
georgo was honest, and Mcssm. Mporo &
Ilccso hadilong since como,to ,tho copclu-
binn that ho was justho c'erU for-them.
So much for Georgo Lennox.
Some diatanco from Messrs. Mooro &
Reese's, away down street a quarter of a
mile, perhaps and nearly opposito George's
boqrdtng place, was a.rflilliiier shop, a real
fancy Jibop. witli handstimo windows, with
splendid curtains on tho inside, displaying
i.uu unu iu.,uuiui unuj ui tuusu Liuuaurei
that so delight the fair viz: dear liltlo
beauties of bonnets of oll.st)les ond trim
med in every imaginable way, with bright
ribbons and delicate flowers formed. with,
exquisi'o taato by tlid'fair bauds of bloom
ing maidens. '
Wore not these ntrncttonsf Yes(Gcprgc
ucvc'r naBsod tho door of, Madamo JbiODhino
Lavelle, from Paris, withbutcastihg'agUnco'i
into tho wiudptts or through thoscboautiful i,
glass doors. "
George did so often for ho often passed a low. musical yojco behind him, aud turn
on bis way to and from tho boarding liipg, ho saw Jenny who glided in noiselessly,
houso; but it was not for tho sako of tho to bring him an invitation to a party, wliicli
bonnets or ribbons of Madamo Joscphino sho had, just received ,for him, .holding
for ho could see thorn equally as fino at another in her hand, on which her own
other milliner shops in that neighborhood;
'but it was to steal and get a look as often
bs possible at M.adauic'a littlo Jcnnylryipg
.or " Qucon of Itoauty,',' as sjic was oalje'd.
ics, Uppnyiirvtngntho.orphan, or "poor
orphan," as somo termed her(was Mndaino
Lavcllo's favorito apprentice, and possessed
,(ho firtt lovo of Georgo I.onnox;, Sho had
caught a, prizo without angling for it.
In our hero's .estimation, .sho ws tho
most bewitching of maidens. Her tinv.
.but fapltlcesfprm, golden hair, b jight bluo
joyes, dimpled cheeks, ami dainty mouth,
offered attractions which ho, could pot re
sist; and then her ,voico, so 'sweet and
musical, was melody' in jtfcjf ; arid 'her
almost baby hands, so 'fair and .soft, and
her fairy feet that seemed scarcely, to, touch
vtho ground pn which sho trod, actually
-.1 1." .,'
i iiaimcu iiui, auu coinpietcu 1110 conquest
which Cupidt littlo kna,yo had s,o .artlessly
planned, so EuccessfulIy,.orricd torward.
Aftpr haying discreetly admjred Jenny
for months', Gcorco becamo acnuamtetl
with her no matlcr.how though of courso
iu the samo that young men get acquainted
who aro' str,ucki wiiJuOaeh.ofhci'a appear
anco. Pirst with ap introduction at somo
party or social gathering, "nd I aih'bappy
to mako your acquaintance,": tho lady's
part, and allow mo to seo you homo," on
tho gentleman's ; then a muoDligbt walk
with a great many silly foolish remarks,
made on botli sides, concludes tho first
day's pprformanco soon makes fast friend's.
George continued to attend to his buii.
, rcss closely, but the evcuinga were gene
i'M'y his oWD(' and tlicn 'wtien Jotiny. was 1
not busyc'bf ioUfqo Ahoy had" Iho'dellhtfiil
timcsf M 1 11 ii I
(J.Jpnnywa5 .1' D7 any weans without
o,ther aumirors. Jllany a youog man in
tlie noigbborliood would discoounodo liitn
self much to nccommodato her, and consi-.
der himself well paid if lid could thus win
a.smilo,.of a " thank you," from her sweet
15ul Georco was tho favorite lover, and
ho sedulously improved his opportunitrcs"''
.. h 1 : I i: n 1 1 . k r. I..' .1 1 1
pretty freely', too, that ho and Jenny wero
.dnnan-Qd. Such ronortn nltvnvrf nnrnnrl Kirn .
Now' Mr. Mo6re hnd a5 daughter' who
took qiliW 'a fancy to our young fribodyftbd
ho was awaroot it nut. could not appreciato .
tin compliment. Her father alsoi know it
that'Georgo was a smart fellow, and would, ,
as ho hid' often1
saiU, "make a star in the
world.". He thought that Gcdrco'aiid his
-daughter would) make a good nia'tchj and
tho iformer would feci highly complimented
by tho proposal. Theroforo soon after,
Mr. Moore first beard (lid fofcgcini; report,
iio called Georgd tb ono eldo and opened
the caso to 'him concluding by hinting at a
partnership, in 'case matters' turned out
Tho old man's proposals took Gcorco
somewhat by surprise; but as a young man
of principle, ho felt duty bound to givo au
iinmcdia'to and decided answer.
.yi feel flattered by your tproforonce,
Mr. Moore," said he in reply, " and it is
very gratifying to mo to know that you
hold me in such high esteem ; but I cannot
nccodo to your proposal I am engaged to
"Well, sir, as you please," said Mr.
Moore, with a sudden assumcjd sternness
of demeanor; " but you will lose much by
your decision. Allow md to ask who your
intended is 1"
" Mis3. Jenny Irving."
"Miss'.lry'ing?" said Mr. Mooro with
feignSd a$toriis.h,raenf; Miss Jrvihg a
penniless girl I" ''
"Yes,8ir, and ap c,rpha,n,"'was George's
1 Indeed'," said Mr. Mooro ;, "well I
pity her then as all orphans, ' Ilut roally,
George, you'ro throwing yourself away
you will not get a cent' hy, her "
" 1 kno,'w".it. eiran'd'JL'ido'.riotVish it,"
replied our hero, with spirit. f' J .iaarry
her for herself, not for money."
" Very well, sir," said Mr; Mooroy and
turning left tho room;
"Ah, ha, my lad, in lovo wth Madamo
Lavclle's queen, the H'tlo milliner," said
young Tom Moore, addressing George", as
tho former camo running into bis1 father's!
storo one afternoon, after George's oonver
satiqp with Mr. .Moore ; " ha,- ha, in love,
" Well, yos,. suppose I might as well
own up first as last,'.' said Georgo witli a
" Of oourso you might. Wtll, man,
what's her dowry."
" You'll, boautyi and a .youthful, epp
tcptcd wipd, is her dowry, and that is
enough for mo."
" iinough ! that'll support you, eh I" said
young Moorr, provokingly.
" No, but it will make mo happy," said
" llappincss and poverty are two exact
oppositos ip tny qpipion," replied Tom,
" and such, as ou will find hflrd work to
rcconcPc to each othqr,"
" I will try it," said Qcorgc.
" Well, do,. if you ploaso," replied Tom
snecringly, ".ano by apdby report pro
gross. I fanoy that girl myself, but I am
suro I cant afford to marry a beggar. ..A
wife without money is a poor prizo in my
i' Jenny is no beggar," was on George's
lips, inlrcply j but ere ho had tiino to speak
ho was.sunimoncd to attend to acustomor.
" Jenny will show her valuo yet," said
nanio was written
Sho had unintentionally heard Tom
Mcoro's remark, and well understood its
ncai)ingj.much better in fact than Georgo
jindprstood.hcr, when sho said with unusual
' Jenny will.show her valuo yet.'?
But a few days'.clapsod cro tho 6tory got
around that Georgo had been offered tho
Jiaud of, tho rich Mr. Moore's, dacghtor,in
marriago, and had declined it for that of
Somo wondered at his choice, while
others considered it ono of truo lovo, and
I, consequently of truo wisdom.
1 nno woro away, and puo year brought
around tlio day fixed for Goorgo and Jen
Opo evening, but a fow days previous to
iTin finiA nnnni ntm . llinv ffpn rnlH'nrsinff
altogether at Jenny's aunt, where sho
' " Wo shall bo obliged to havo a plain
wedding, 1 suppose, doar,'' said ucorgo; b".ur yunra wijiuju i """j "-k-n,l
pnm,nr.nJ.r, llfn i,. n .nno, , inr , land her father s brothcr--had died
in... ; ,v.r i,n bnAT..
, M.J III.UUIV a 1V. .V.l JUM MUWH.
, . .' s" 9. ... ' .
"AS ypu please, ucorgc," was tho reply,
" any way that is tho mobt acrceablo tu
you, and in which wo can liye tho happiest,
1 ! ' , ,.i - . I
ilut, ' said sho, with a ringtug laugh, " are
T.n r,M nsf,,,, in ink dm to' ilm h,',rr, in
" In a oarriago, perhaps,1' aaid Goorgo,
"'though not-jprobably in wycarrjago, as 1
havo not the pleasure of owning one,"
f'Ju3t so," wid Jcnoy " well, then,
fcupjifHc I send mine after you?"
. Yours 1 that would bb a joko for a mil.
linor girl, hardly out'of her.apprpntjlceship.
to set un a oarriapo of her owo. and scnu
it off aftcr'lier'iDlcnded on tho morning of
"Stranger things than that havo hap.
peiifcdj" replied Jenny.
" " Yoa. mav bn. but. tho tbirjir does not
seem possible, or at Joast probablq .in our
,.ease. Jtou wero not oorn 10 lonuuc.
' Indeed I! replied 'Jflnnyj fyour remarks'
k I I. H n'na.w AT. Im
aro, not.oalculated to givo'mo a'vory exalted'
opinion in .lifo -but L. will -forgivo my fii'
tnrn liimbdnd tlu timn. as ho lias not vot
and that' affords mo no little gralifieatlon,
y6u.did no marry mo for my money, littlo
beggftr as. l,am,;or at loast as Mr. Tom
ftloojc 6aw,,ut to.ucaignato me.'
Nolhine moro was said about fortunes
then, but Goorgo had a suddon surprise in
sloro lor him something !
startling and as
unotpectqd asany event that could'happen
to any mortal 5
On his" bridal morning, as ho was dress
ipg at .his boJxd,ing" liouso, an' ologant ear
riago witli a spau of milk whito hprscs,
stopped before tha door, and tho driver
springing from his seat rang tho door bell
and inquired lor jur. ucorgc jjcnsoz.
'What docs this meant' was'Giorge's
first thought. ' I epgaged a carriage, but
potnoar so .elegant a one as this. There's
something wrong here.'
' Xou vo mauo some ntstako in the
name,' said ho to tho driver.
' I think not, sir,' replied tho 'driver.
' Then who has sont you,hcro.r inquired
' Miss Jenny Irving.'
' Miss Jenny t Impossible 1
' Yes, sir, that's her name, and this is
her oarriago ond horses.'
' Jenny Irving,' said Goorgo Xo himself
musingly, and striving to unravel tho mys
tery. ' What street does she Hvo op J"
'Hand street: No. 30. sir.'
-' Tho same, all I dear girl,'- thought he,
'she is trying to mystify mo a little,-by.
sondinc round a carriago at her own ex-
penso for no doub, s,he .pays for it out of
her own hard earnings. 'Well, I will grat
ify her and tako a ride down to her aunt's
i ; .t. j: n i, :
,111 l.ur Ult,r.lilgU ,43,U1U Uil.ci liana i..
hers. I suppose, while' sho hire3 it."
So in jumped our hero and was soon at
' How do you. like my travelling estab
lishment ?' said Bhc as Georgo entered dier
'.0, first rate,' was his rop'y, Mtis splen
did. I seo you practice woman's rights,
arid hire your own carriage. Well, thero
is no harm in that, it will answer admirably
for to day, and then tho owner nill havo ,it
Undoubtedly,' said Jane,with a pleasant
smile. ' ' ',,
After their marriage nTtho church they
returned to Jcnny's aunt, and sat down to
await tho arrival of somo friends whom they
wero going to treat to a fow viands prepared
for the occasion.
After setting a few moments, .Gcnrgo
oast a glance out of .the window, and seeing
tho carriaco they had left' at tho do ir still
standing there,- said
" Why don t tno anvcr uko mat carrtago
' Porhaps ho is awaiting the order of iti
owner,' replied Jenny,
"llts.owner, whero is ho?f ,
' His' namo U Georco Lennox, apd lie
occupies tho vorysame .place whero you sit
now,' said Jenny. Any lurthcj explana
1 Georgo Lennox 1 not ine'said George,
fairlv startinc from his soat.
Yes, you I' was. tho reply.- ;' It was my
carriage, and I.have now .mado, you tho
ownor of it.
' Your carrjagCj 1 jvly.'.cnPy' I sur,
nrised.' said Gcorco, 'how camo you to.
havo such an exneusivo 'establishment 1
' I bought it and paid my, own money for
' Boueht it and paid your pwn
monev-rfor -itr said. George slowly, apd
pausing slightly before oaeh word, as ,if
VvUlgHll'b .null luvuuiug .u. ..v glJ.v
' Yot, "my-dear,' oou'inued Jenny, 'it
was jnino, now it is yours. Ypu aro its
owner, and ihcro it stands, subject to your
orpc.rs. it you wiau wo wui.unvu io iur
cotj'ptry ihouao',' just out of the city this
' Country houso just out pf tho cily'l
belicyo you are crazy, Jenny I' exclaimed
' No. I am not.'
" Well, tboo, what do you mean 1" said
he. ' Explain yourself. There s somo
mvstorv hero th'at l. don't understand.'
' I know you don't understand it, dear,'
ronhed Jenny: "and now that l navo
mystified you a little I wjll solvo tho rid
dle.' ' And then Jenny, with sparkling eyes,
and in her happiest inood',itold him bow
her parents died whon sho was quito. young
. and.lcft.hcr penniless, and in tho caro of
u'lt w1"' aJoptod hpr. and that
loavinc nor it U larco proporty amounting
I M ,1 " 1 ,1 .
I l PA..n...rtA ti.j.n,l ,111ji.c. nrwl II, nf
i 'u ou,j-iw
is there wjs much courting heiress for their
monov. she had resolved to keep tho mat
tcr a secret, and. pass among her, people as
! d'co'endent for her support ppon' hdr cxer-
tions irotri day to day, so that if sho was
wood at all it might bo for herself and not
her money; aud for this served as an ap-
prentice in a milliner's shop,
'Am I dreaming! exclaimed Georgo
amazed at a revelation from Jenny, so
astounding and uncxpoc)cdt s,cd .wliicli
incraascd. if possible,. the esccwo already
had for Jbor who Mubjl xsonccivo so noblo a
nrojeet, and so successfully carry it out.
1 No, Gcorgd, it is aot' a drdani, bul a
ploasjijg roality. You know I said Jenny
woujd wpw' Jberi.viijno'yot I then rorcrrod
to my fortune. Of my valuo vasido from
that it ja not foe mo to spoak. Jd nowj
said she, jooking' confidently in the faco of
him whoao loyo alio prized Higher than all
oartmy troasnrcs, ' Jonny entrusts to 'you
herself and Jbtt ortunc,t Without any'foars
oi tucir luiurc fciitu peeping.
George's income was cow amply sufficient
for his and Jpnny's wants', but being ono
who abhored' idleness, ho in a few weeks
opened a 'wholcsalo grocery ?n tlio city,
and was soon engaged in an cxlensivo and
flourishing business. .
Prayo for tlio Times.
Tho following prayers have been directed
to be offered up in tho Episcopal Churches
in this Dioceso, by Bishop' Potter, and con
tinued duriog the present disastrous con
dition of business affairs.
".Oh most miahtv God! Kincs of kincs.
apd jLqr'd of lords, without whoso caro ,tho
watchriian wakcth but in vain, we implore,
in this our ttmo of need, tho succor and
blessing m bchalf ol our rulers and magistrates,-and
of all tho people of this land.
Kcincmbcr not our many and great trans
gressions; turn from us tho judgments
whioh w.o feel to foarj and givo us wisdom
to discern, and courage to attempt, and
taatutulucss to do, and patience to enduro
whatsoever shall bo well pleasing in thy
sight, that so thy chastonings may yield
tho peaceable lruits ot righteousness, and
that ut tho last wo may rejoice in thy sal-
potion, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
" O Lord, flo b,csee.ch .theo. mercifully
hear our prayers, and spare ail these who
confess, their' sins unto thee; tpat .they
whoso consciences by sin are accused, by
thy merciful pardon may bo absolved,
through Christ our Lord. Amen."
A Mother's Influence.
'Hon. Thomas H. Benton, in a speech in
Now York, turned to the ladies,, jjpd re
ferring to his mother, sud, "My mother
asked mo novcr to use tobacco, and I have
never touched it from that time to the
present day. She asked mo not to game,
and I havo never gamed; and I.cnnt tell
this day who is .wlnping aqd who is'.losng
in games thai can bo pliyed, Sho admon
ished mo too, against hard drink ; and
whatever capacity for endurance I may
havo at present, nnd whatever usefulness I
may attain in life', I attribute to having
complied with her pious and earnest wishes.
hen seven .years pf ace, she 03kcd mo
not to drink, and I made then a resolution
to total abstinenco, I formed an absti
nence sqciety at a fjinic when I was. the
sole constituent member of my own body,
and that I havo adhered to it through all
time, I owo to my mother."
63" 'ThcrOf is a world' whero no storms
iPtrudo a heaven of safety against the
tempests of life-p.(litlo.wprld of joy apd
love, of innocence and tranquility. Sus
picions aro not there, nor tho venom of
slander. When a man eutoreth it, he.
forgets his sorrows and cares, and disap
pointments he openeth his heart to con
fidence and pleasures, not ,pripglcd with
remqrse. .This wor.ld is the homo of a
virtuous, and amiable mother.
j5-"Pa, (didn't you whip mo for bitiug
Tqprny !" ' '
"Yes, my child, for you hurt him very
" Well, then ,pa, jqu ought ,tp whip
mamma's music teacher, oo fpr he bit
her yesterday right in tho .rao-jiii ; nnu i
know it hurt .hr, because, she put her
arms around Jus nock &nd fried to ckoalc
tSfA Medicine, scientifically 'com-
pounded, which performs all it 'promises,
and is -recommended by persons 'of tbo
highest respectability, deserves our oonfi-
donco. Such a medicine' is tho'OeMofe
Billets, Euro euro for Dyspepsia.
"A Soldier .Boy." Tho li tie Prince
Imperial, of France! is catered upon tho
roll of tho FrcncUGrcnadicr Guards, draws
pay, and his namo is called at - muster,
when answer is made (or him, "on leavo
with his family."
rAS3 ii Around. If poison should be
swallowedi. accidcntially, tako two table
spoonfuls of ground niustartl, mixed iu
water. It will operate as an. instantaneous
JSkiT Tho Masonic Order of tho United
States numbers threo hundred thousand
persons, and includes a lirgc portion of all
tbo distinguished civil, military and pro
05?" Key. Lloyd Ktiight of Hollidaye
burg, it is Btatod, reoontly shot twcuty.five
pigeons at ono discharge of his shot gun,
THE OLD my?SBOUMD.
Ah Suh'g li Add, WcaScr, ti Phelps Ant
I'm .sitting fo day io tbo old play.groundj
Whero you and I havo so oft sat together
I'm thinking of tho' joys, whdn 'you and I
In .lUoao merry days rio gepe; John
Twas hero wo satj in themerry olden time,
And wo dreamed of thoiwild world bo
forous, , -
And our visions and hopes of tho cdhiiu'f
time, , ..
Wefc'a'a, bright' as the sun which ehono
3'er us.' ' '
. j t rsl (, .
O.'cr this threshold John, we passed forlorn
For to .wander wo know' not where,
Tho heaVon' wo thought so bright,' was dti
sh ado wed by nigit,' .
And thd pathway lay. dark and drear.
,'' - . '
But I'm fitting to-day, in tho old piay
gron'nd, WJiero you and I'havo sat so oft together
And Ibcso mum:o-rie3wiId mado mo a child
As iu theso merry days, now gone, John,
forovcr. , ..
A Curious Caso.
About, three pio'.ths ago a German
gonman named Henry Hartmancamo
to this city (rom near Berlin, in Prussia,
for tho purpbso of arranging ,t,te purchase
of a farm. II o brought with him $10,000
in notes of the Bank of jlpcrliDj and nearly
$0,000 in Prussian gold. He also brought
with him his son Fritz, a gay and showy
youth of about twenty years of ago, Fritz
',foll desperately in doyp with a respectable
young lady diving in South Camden, and
urged bis .father to consent to his marriage
with' iier, but the father urged .the youpg
man to have patience nnd reflect atlcisuro
on the step he was about .to, take. On the
18th .cf tjeplemb.qr .M,r. jijEartman wont
west for .the .purpose of negotiating .fpkc
purchase of a farm, leaving behind his son!
and the great bulk of, his money. The
father returned to this city a few days
siqoe and found that his son'ihad decamped,
(taking r,lltho nioney with him. The young
man left 'behind him a letter staling that
tho young Udy know where ho had. gape,
and that if he desired his return he had
orily to signify to the lady his consent to
the marriage,and the fugitive would return
,and givo up all the money except 55,000,
which he would retain to set himself upiu
business. '!,:e girl .tjeida.rcs ,that she ia
ignorant nf his.whcreabouts.- 'ijhjsorninw
the matter was put in the hands of the
police." The last heard of tho youth he
was seen 'at the Baltimore depot on tho
10'ih of September. Mr. Ila.r'.rn'an is ip
great distress of mind. Hehi.E a family
at Berlin. Piila. Bulletin.
A Remaukab' e Stokv . We tako, the
following from tho Walkulla (Fa.) 2ttre
of tho 1 '1th inst., a nd give it to our readers
for what it is worth i A friend informs us
of tho following occurrence, which is re
ported to havo taken place recently at
Attapulgus, Georgia.- .V gentleman who
had received a considerable sum of money,
was cpmpelled tp gp from homo, leaving hia
wifo alono in tip ,house situate cmc dis
tance from any ether dv.clhug. Towards
eyeniogwo negroes entered tho houso and
demanded of tho lady the money, or they
,would take her life. Being a woman of
great coolness, sho saw at; once' th'a't -it'
would be useless for her to attempt to evade
the demand, so she produced tho money,
and gave it to them. Tho negroes thpp
rcmarKcd, that as supper wasuoarly ready,
thev would sttv npfl eat with "her. Sho
told them to bo seated until she got it ready,
The woS'nan had a vial of strychuiuo in her
cubord. .Tho woman, in swectnine their
cofree, managed t. put a doso of tbo poison
in their cups, Th'-y drank, acd d few
moments were dead. Tho neigkbSrs were
called in, and tho negroes discovered to bo
' J"0 J110" W-pear neighbors and
friends of her husband, whs had kco.wp qf
his receiving the monoy and his absence.
Queuv, Tell mo yo winged wind that
round my pathway .roar, do ye not no somo
I quiet spot whero hoops jiro jsorn no inoro!
Some lone and silent del), fomo Island or
somo tavc, where women can walk threo
r.brcaft qlqpg.lhc iljjgc pave ? Tho lpud
winds hissed irouud my, face, and wiicker.
ing answerod, "nary place."
iCSr"Johu,"8aid aujjicr ts Lis ,on, ono
day when ha caught him ehaviug tho
"down" off his upper lip, "don't throw
your bhaving water where there aro any
barefooted boys, for Jhey might get tkei.