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AND BLOOMSBtJRG GENERAL ADVERTISER-,
, LEVI L. TATE, J
Editor, 1'nbllshcr & Proprietor. J
"To hold and trim the torch of Truth and Wave it o'er the darkened Earth"
One Hollar & Scrcniy-flvc els, In Advance.
YOL. XI.--NO. 48.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1858.
Published every Saturday Morning, by
LEVI L. TATE.
In Bloomsburg, Columbia Co.
OrncK. In the mien tick DuUilhtg, oji
jiositethe Exchange , by side of the Court
House," Democratic Head Quarters,"
twins or SUnSCIttt'TIOX.
$1,00 In ndvnnco, fur uno copy, for ulx iuoqILs.
1,7.1 In advance, for ono copy, ono your.
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2,33 If not tiiM within tho firsts!., moutha.
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iJT" No fliibscrtpUon taken tor Ion than si x month.,
nml no paper itliconttnoil until U arrcnrngcsshnll
have Leon nillil.
If" Ordinary nitvcrltsemcnts inserted and Job
work executed .it tlio i:-t jtl.tldio.l ptlccs.
J;iij I IiUUil i liUlsU II U O a A i ii
npiIE founder of this Celebrated Iusti-1
H liiltnii.f.irir thn ii.of.tcnln.il. unruly, nnd nltlv
Jlrrrtu-il n-medy In t fir world for Wh'it for tllieti,
Ftrictiirrf, riiMiiiunl wiu'kuem, I'.ilim in tho Loins,
i.oii!lll ii ti unal Ih'l'Hity. liiipoiriiry, Wnh hop ol iho
Haikand l.hiili, Ailn tioiu of the KlihiMn. l'alnitiu.
tinu of tli llrarl, !lipi'piii, Nervous Irrllnhillty, I
l)i!CUi(! i ni ii' flu ( i iirriiiit on ft; or rMii, ;uiil ail I
ri'ttti iuhI iiH'hmrholy DUonli'ra nriinj; from ,
ImmIv nnd nilii-l. Th(!c rcp'i and noliinrv nracticcs,
thft dcntrnciive nnMiRni vnum, nnirn nuiiroyH imin
aru ni'iri! fain I tu the (r iclini th.in the eonu of the
KyrfiH to the tnnrlnur Ulr, hlichtirid tln'ir most
lirilll.mi hoiicx ir aiitklpaiiiHtfl, riunicriiij; nmrrincu
A-r, , itnjioiifllilu.
1 irrlcil irironiOr Voim Jlrti rnntcniplHtlrnr mnr
Mi!j' h'.tiiK nvviint of pliy-iL.il ivo tkti-'i, urt;;iiin do
in lily- dt'loriiHllt'4, A-i'it k liould luitiii'ih.i lcy on unit
lir Jnliiit(tit,innl In1 r- xturcil to p'Th-it hrtdth,
tli'liod ri't luum'ir mill t tin i am nl ll.'.Jnluc
uluii tn i v fflii'ioiHly t onllilf in hi In. nor h a i-nth:
hi'Mi, uiul Loiidih'iitlv rrlv upon In fkill aMi'pliyntcKm.
Orga n t'c I Vctt ktt f h
liiimrili ii' ly cured mid (till viiror ri'diiml.
IliU ilimMie l-t th pfjnilly ttiott lrt niity pniilly
Ih h i wlioli ivo litn,oiri' tlm virtitn of impropiT ilntnl
jji'iii.lr. o injf pcr-on nro ton .ipt In iniiiuul cx
i ft frnm not lnini! aw-trc of'hu driMlful i ntii'((iiijiitc
th-tt in i yon , Nmv, lio 111 it inulfoMiid th miIi
Jtci will pn-tciid.tn deny I hit the poni-r of prof mm
ti on In lnt xoniicr Ii v tliiMi filling into impromr
h ilnl' th in y tin prn.ut. tiid ti ili-pn .1 !
Hi plMHtir' o h.illhy niUpi ins. I I'm mist rvtt,u
!till tle-driiclivo nyinplotiN In hnlh lunty mnl ml ml
rif. Tin ylf)ni h -r -4 dermyi'il; tin (ihyiial
itn I "I'lift il imwiT weakt'iii-d, iutvoik didilliiv. i'vk
ii.tl i t.it in itltliu lif.i r I . imlui"'lioii. ti watiuj,'
Of lli!(lHHM,t ntlliih VIII )tfHlH III (, HMifliplillll Alc
Ljt)itir,i! No 7 .-ticT i I'ltKUKitiiK: rJ I it 1 1 1 , t v en dimr?
from lltlllmurt' ctri'ft V.tM liilf. up Hie nlf'i" lie
piriiriil.ir inoin trnu tti V MU ami lj or
)oi wil nuxlaki the ph-ri',
i Care Warranted, t r no vhitrg Vtd(t in frvm One to
NO MKllCUKY Olt VAtMCOUH DHUfiS uaDIl
Mi-inhfrnf the Iloy.it t:nllci of tiiirjifoiit. I.hnilmi
Urail'ifiti'from nimnftliii most I'lniiicii' i lh-iijt ol the
Tntte I St iii'i. ami tliojircat r p.ut ol wlni-r liU- luv
h.vn pfiit in tlx firnt lluiipit.il.i of I.tHoliiii .I'arU,! hi!
U b Iplun and i'4wIiiti, Ii.ih cHuct'Ml moiihi M' lh: most
KtotiMliln ciirrn tin I were ever Know n ; ni.tnj trotdi
):( with rifiuiiic in the head and fain iu nxlei-p ,
yre.it nervo'imtexi ?oi tijj nlarnied at vmlden .tomuls.
tiiiit lMtif.llneH, with frequent MiftititK, 'ittemled
oinetiiiieri tilth dt:rjn'iiiC'iit nl mi ml wi-rei, ured mi
A Certain Disease.
Uhn the iniijnidfil and linnMidi-ul ntary nfplea
fnrii llmN In hi nnljili'td Hie -A nf thi p itnlnl
diMaK, H ton often happen tint ;m illtlnif d f-np oi
flnntij, or i!n:it nf ifi .mi-ry. d ieri him I mm nppl I
n K i tlniiK! li Irmii uilur.itinii and renpi( lalnhlf
can nl'Hn; liefrieml lihn tll.iy i n i till th" cnnotiiiilioiiv
f f tiiptmm oiiliMhiirrid diyeaMin.ik4lhrirappearanV
tKlixi iilrrinted giire tliro.it, diinaseil imwi. tim'tnrie,
(tiiiii in the head it ml limlii,dimneiH nf tllit.ili: afntinl
M'ideinnthn gkiu bum-, a ml a run, Idoirhfffioii ckk
I1 rail lace, and oitremetie , progressing u ill; h th,
riplilitv.tlll at Imt the p.ilatu oftlin mmitm hml
Imiifg of the mite lall in ,.i tH the vfetini bf thtjni the
die.ie tn'ciinie a horriil idiji- t nf rnifiriiir.iMnti till
d aUi ini a periml to lii-i ilre.ulfnl nutli-rincK, hy en
iiiiihiui in "thai tmiirnu (rmii whenre tin traveler
ri-turn. Tn inrh therefore ir. Joliiulnn pieile
hitiiflff tn preserve iin tnmt envodilile ei'reiiy and
from hii extriHive pmrtlri- in th;tlrnt lloplulii of
Unmpe anT Amvrica, he ran (nnttdenily r t nhuiieni
nfc nnd pedy rnre tn tho niilnrttin.Hu urrim of this
hot rul diiraff
Tithe prtitl ttfar Notice.
Hr J ;nldiefiCf4 ji those who have injured them,
lulvrj liy private ,-i ml improper inilnl'jciicp,
Thi'kC are nm.v nf tlm itad tin it niH.tnMinlv elfrctfi
pro t ipeil hyearly hihit nl nni . vt WnkiKFH nf
lac Jl-ick anl l.lmlii, I'aiit in tlm Heart. tHlnnem d
Kilit, ((Oi of Mnrnt.ir I'ower I'.ilpitatitnt nf the
Hert, liviipejirfla, .NVrv iu Irr nIMInv D'Tinu'emeiit
of tin: Hiseiiivi: Fiitictiuti,(iemjral l) hiltty,fyniptfimH
of Uiiiiiillnptinn, J-e.
Mi:VIAMY Tile fe-rf'il enVctn upon the miml
ale imich tn ticitrr-iitcd, l,i-i nl Meiaorv, CtuUiitinn of
Id.M, llfpr'Aion nl the bpirlu, I'.vil rorehoilinps,
Avernonof Hnciety, Tim My cVc, tire nine o llieuvils
Tltniianln nf pcrmnn of ail 3jrtj ran now jn-lje
what ii th" c nue of li i-it derhtif L tu nhti . l.nnni
tltetr vigor. Iicroini it weals, p ilenml emir tit pd, having
fingulir app(.araiiti- ttlioullhe t-j es, cough and n)mp- I
loma of ;nnsnmplir)ti. (
l)r, Johnston's Invigorating Ilcmahj for i
t Hy tln srcnl and important remedy. pa! !- iflhe
orp-ins are, peeillly cured, and lull viuor rexloicd.
Tim iandsni ilie most iicrvoun and duhilttited, who
hiiM Mt all ttijiip, have liecn Imiii'idi'itely relieved. Alt
luipediiiicntfl to Marriage. L'yir:it nml Menial riinp I
iAciiton, Nervout I rriiilutity.Trciiili'liiB and wpAk
ce, or exhaiininii ol the m3t Iptirful llml, speedily
cured by Doctor Johniituti I
Young Men j
Wlio havo Injured themselves hy acerliln practice, I
IndltlfPil 111 when a In no -i h.ilil freiuenllv te..irned !
frnm evllron'paniniii, nr al cliool tlieeilctta nf which
etu nightly Iclt, even when txleep, and if Hot cured
render mirriiZP intiiaiinllile, and destroys both mind
aud liody, ehniitd apply immediately
Whit a pity that a voimt; in.tn, the hopa ol hi conn
(ry. and the darling of his parents, fthould hn snatched
from all prospects and riijnytiicflts nftilu hy Urn i-oiipi!
qiiQitced of duvlutius from the palh ofnaturc, aud In
dulling In acertaiu secret liahil, tiuch person buforo
should roflixt that a sound mind ami hotly arc the mo 9
iieccisaryrctnieltlcf to proino'ctouiirtlilal happincvi
I ndced, without these ,t ho Journey throuah life become"
a weary pllsnmage, the prospect hourly darken to xUe
vlw ; the mimi becomes nhadowcd nith detipnir nnd
fl lint with the melancholy reflection that the hapineag
of another becompa blighted with our own.
A LI fUUUIOAL Ol'KllATIONB I'CHFOHMni).
N II, Lei no falgemodcBty prevent you, but apply im
mediately either personally or hy letter.
skin ludtiAtifes aij;uuiLY cuncu.
The many thouaandj cured at this institution within
the Lin 15 years, and tho iliimcrou iiuportantSurpicat
Cpciatlons performed by Dr. Johiinlnn, witueesei) hy
the rcportoraot the paper and many other peraom.no
ticcsof which have appeared again and ugiin before
the dublic, be side i hU standing nn n gentleman of clta
ractprand responsibility, isa luAUicnt cuaratttee to
N.R. There are bo many Ignorant and worthless
tlto health ol the almaily atlllcteil. Itiat lr, Jolinaton
uuavicfl advertising iiieinseivi-s rnyfnciani,
tieeiilalt ileceanary tosay, especially 10 thoao unac
quajiitcd Willi his reputation, that hit rrotlentijU anj
tjlploniaaalwayBliant; in ItiB otllee.
HJ-TiKsNoTice, Allleltera inasl ho post palil, qnil
eantalit a poatago alanirifor Iho leply, or noanawcr
.miatly 7 1857.
A K Ti T V A I.
& T IH D 5!l .
fltllC underiisned, jratolul for pasl patronajc, re-
.1 rpr.cil'iilly inHirnia lila cistoniera and the public
sciteraliy, iliat ha lias Just received from Uie Eastern
riii-a, Ilm largest ami most select slock ul
ii'AT.T. AMIl WTNTR11 flT.fiTIITNn
AlaJj AiNll WlWlAll UJjUIJIIWU,
'I hat has yet been opened ill llloonisbutg, to which Im
Invites 1I10 uilcnlloii of his friends, and narurea iheni
mu. muz hiu uuciri. mi .mo u tii.i u.ib.nii, .ib
Utotk ciinnrisos a lareo aasorunetil of
Ucntiomen'iJ Wearing Apparel,
Komlsllng of PA8I1IOVAUI.B
every il.-.crliuloii ; 1'anls, Vesta, BI1I1U, Cravats,
Blocks, Cotton llandlicrchlefa, tilovea, Euipcnders, lit.
GoU Watches and Jewelry,
Of every drwlptinn, line ami cheap.
N. U ' Iteil.enaer "iaif.iiJcrf'a (.heap Empmvm,"
Call aud ato. No charge lor exatniiiliiK Cioda.
1, . I'AVin I. OUT. NUI.lt n
nianroitiirj AugS? la?
j L.UKA WANNA & llhOOiilSitUlifl I!, li.
AlTOItUlM superior facilities for travel to New
nt Scrnnton with thn I mint, nf iho Delaware, J,ncka
wanna nndWpslcrn Raltmail Ciiiiinaiivi alo fur travel
South nnil It est over tho CattawlM-i, Wtlliamniinrt nnil
i-.no untirnni ami connecting tine.
Kosular Trnliis run follow:
Of) I Xf NUU'lir,
7 00 A . M.
7 1U .!
7 .U lib
H 10 itri
0 30 do
3 I ft V. M.
4 10 ilo
4 vr. ilo
5 50 t'o
u ai to ti.
1 4 r. m.
- 10 do
3 30 do
bcrnnton, t jom an 3 15 do 700 do
, ine nw otk mm Trnin ronnertt with thn tlx
' nrrRa miltiT Hnsl. mi li I. f. IV n,. ii..
Arrive in aijw on i i.i r. ,n.
rond, H i!0 1 M
! riiilauelph n. bv Cimdfn A. Ainlmv nail.
j i'tre trnin Huprrt tn Now York ?0 00,
I 'i he ArcommndatJon Train Worth. connrrtB at Benin
1 ton with the Kxprt'is Tjain Wi-Kt, on tho I), J,, &, v
w ' '
& no a. M.
6 55 do
A 00 V, M.
4 40 do
da t ion
12 30 do
12 10 do
1 00 do
Heai h Haven,
1 1 35
12 40 V
12 50 ilo
Till) 1'llilnitellitii.i lill Trnin ttnini MliiiIi rn.m... .
with Hi.- Miiirt'r.iin lit Kiirrt.iriig i::in hi .ll lM,
rurC.i!t:ni!n. I'm t Clluttiii. I'lttlMvllli! l:i-;iilnir. &r. ,
arri VI lis nl I'liiladi'lriliin, nl '.' I' M. Al.o Willi Mail
'IValn coiiiB U'i-t lit a "YlTk I" M. fur ll.iuulle,
Ml lion. Alnticy. Villliiiiintt :iinl l:iuiir.i
I'.i' tT" hy I Im i u'clii.k I". M Train Bolus soulli
mil tiki" Hi" II n'clmk 1". M. r,tiii'4. ir.illi lor lllmiru
n cloi k .. .M.Tr.nn suing lijut, .-irnvlne nl l'lil ailtl- I
mi! im.l.nr I'liici- al llioniu-l'ilrz nml lflhn l if I
I' ii 1 1 i . i iniiiii .
, I' iipi'rutor ll.irrltlnirs. illnci. will lakn ilm N.
, . Mull Tr.llli. (I il'clur.k V M ) cuing Soi.lli. cnlill.rl
' Mm nl fori Chin on with IIig ll.iiiiijn nml Sn.'iiiii.t mi t
i llnilriniil, iirrlvlnj nl llai litlmrj al li u'tluik nunn,
I iiuxt il.iy.
, V. 3. Lii.wnwvoit Ml,
; J.iii Hi, IBM iiijitriiiicni'eiil
W9 011 13 ST NUT S T It 13 13 T.
The Only Original (Jill Ilnoli Store.
(i. UVAXS wniilil iiilorm In. 'nt'ii.l? ami Hie
iitllilir.llwtt In lia. n-inon'tl Ills Sl.ir (lili lloi.k
Huir' nml I'lihliliiiiu llou.r. ti, ti. unli-iii'nl Sioru In
llrown it iron rilililinili !' Lhi Klniit htrri-l, Iwu ilooi. i
inimv rum, Miifin ilm ,,.irrha..T i.r inih look uiii
""I" ni"! 'f t lit- lollottlns e,ri, t:,lu,., in rriim 'J3 i
cts. to jino, runin'iig oi com w.iti lio. j i iry, i I
S.H1 P.Hi'iil llnpllili I.fver (loll Wnltlir.
.Tdi r,iihl ,m linr t,i
lllh l.:..'' Hold IVlllrhra, l."k rn'i1'.
MlOHilvir I.CVIT Willi Iiijh, warrant! il.
Mill 1'nrlor 'rinil'iiirirn,
iOII l.'.ituio Si-li. I.nr limp, anil rilm,
'Hill l,jillrs' Holil llrari'li la,
Alillli-lil'i. Vim i:iiiiii,
IOIIO Colli l.orl.i't l,il(rfi;f.
Oni) llolil l.orki'U, Pin ill i.i.i,
ll'OOIIol.l IVncll l.'ani'K, uitli Cohl I'cna,
lliWi IKtra Colli l"ni, (.'aM-miiul llolilna,
.'.'mi (iilil lVnclta La. lies'
'J'iOII Lailirs' ColJ IVna. Willi Cafpp.
r.joil Colli It i nf. I.ailii'S'
'.'HUH (Itnl'a Colli Ilm;.,
':-'0ll I.i. lin' Colli lliiatiln. ,
:uvi Mivrn' Cold llruamiiinii,
.tilllil I'lickPt Knivi'i..
'.'inn .Sta Cent's Colli llonom PiihI",
'.HCD do ilo Sli'i'Vc llnlloiu,
'.'olio I'.n is Lanlrn- Bur llroim,
MUD Lniliua' I'cirl C.-iril fnin.
5,(;0U Ctirtieo Ji-lnr t.nra r. I'nw.
IV I II. I
53 in !" ''li
e.'iCll I.ailiin' Ualni'U Sliaul nnil llililinn I'ina,
5U0O Ketriil"!.'. Il.ilm ol'IKKI I'loncrK,
r,V.NS' NHW CATAI.dfiri: n.i.l.niii. all ll .
iOiiil.irliooks or iho il.iy, uiul lin.' unncrt iiihl,ralioni,
allot wliiih will ho hoMiis low as r.in lie o'.iiaini'il al
ollii-r tOlC. A coiimli'lii calalogm: ol lii.oUg mmiI fri'i',
hy application ihrungti die mail, by .iunrrFin" C c
IIVANS. 4SI Olic.llillt Uriel, I'lnliili lp,n. Ariit,i
wattnl in ivrry luwn in lliu linl'.i'il hi urn. Tlioao
ili'iiriiij; no to acl cm nl.laiu lull p.iriiriil.iM liy ail
ilrorsii.i a. ahnvo
N II. In ciinscuHirc of llic tio.ioy crisis, ami mi
mtrniiK fiiilnri'i. tin- mlim rihcr , hwn minlilnt in
pu re liasu from aaMgncrs an ininn-ine norlt of lifokn,
cniliwins I'Vcry ilciiarlint'iit or tit.-rnturu at nncra
wliuli will rii.'ililn lihn lo aim S30U word or llio .ilioiu
gitli on I'vi ty 810JJ ot Ihw.i.s (i,i
An mlra liook. iviili a. ,.-,(,, m ,clll , ,.nc,
.-ii oriifrlns 1 .N hooka to hti sc lit lo ono ,'uljrcss, hy
J ... l,Pi"i:XU 1-011 A CATAI.C-CUCCU
j7s ( w inn urn ixvuii.iAVK, M-.vvrrr ,v
ruuyr co.Mv.ixr of fiuiiiih:i.vui.i.
I'lltli., NO. ItH llthnMir Bir.llT.
u.U'ri'Ai., iii.uii iii,) siuuuuu,
CONTINUE lo iii.iku IN&'UIIANUr.sl ON LiViy on
llii. llioet ri.,uoniilitn tmun.
rl'lii! rJiiitalhunifr nanl no ami invest nl. 1020 lln-r u i 11.
l.iriii' ami toni,taiilly lncri'.iiiig rtat'tvcil rmiil, oilcia
a pi'Meit Ht'CUf ily to till' llliotri'il
I Tho prrniiiiins inn .: lin fund early, half yearly, o
I Tim Coin nanynilil a llON'l'S nerinilicatly totliij I nj.it
rancea ro'lini. Tin 1 HIST IIIJNUH airopriati il in
Deieiiilier, IrU, thn SIUJUVI) HONU3 in bercmher,
tsri. tun 1 limn ntj.un tn llecemher. !e-t-irJ-Tlirao
miilitioua aru inailu without re.g 11 ) ri 113 any
hicriMte in tlm imnniiin to ho paiil to Hie Coinp.int'.
The lollowin;' arc a few examples troin Ihn Itei-iy'tcr
Ainoti it nl'l'olicy anil
rum Ilontiaor hiiiuu to ho increasl'il
I'ol'cy Inauri'il nilililioii hy t'lunni uilililiona.
l. mi piiSiiii in 1 :iranrso
13J 31101) iit.i .U17.-. tin
' lilt) 101)0 335 50 1 :tj 10
aaa 311110 1500 u:im uu
" iiC. tit, ir. Kc.
rAnmlllets. coiltalllill't tahlea of rnlea nml exnlm.i
lion, lonna or jpiilicnioii, ami lurllier inlorinaiioti
caa bo foil nil at tlio oilii.e.
THOMAS K1DO WAV, Treiiu'saf.
Jko. T. JtMU, Actuary.
., .. I'KVI t. TATE, Agent,
r C. lliltatsoN, Emminhz rl.yihlan.
Oclohcr It), 1857-ly
HOWARD AS SOCIATION,
A Benevolent Inttilvtion, eilabhshrj by ipe
O.IO. ciat endowment , for Ike relief 0 th eicli and
tutreiscd, effuted ullh rtrnlent and rmJttme diieaiet.
rpill. Uirnlora al tills well known Institution, In
llllir Annual Uennrt litinn Ilm trintmeiit orHeinnl
Diseases, tor tho ju.ir enilme Janiury In, lt!38, ti
iKu.q uu-.11K01-.L .iiiisiiiriiuii who ine ancceia w men
haa aiienilcil iho i.ii.om 01' 1 hn t.'nnaiiin.... Kuri.onii 11,
1 lltn nir. nrlnii,m.li,r.1. n n I t, .. I ... . . 1
tence. Gonorrhoea. (Meet. Hvnliili. iho vico nl Dii.ni
lain, or d elf-Abuse, kc, uiul onler a cniiliiiuanci! of
the same, plan, for the ensuiiot year The Consulting
Suriieoii is .iiiihoriiteil to cim MUnlUAI. AUVICU
OIlATlU. to all who apply li letter, with a description
ol'tlieirconilitlou (age, occupation, habits or lire, &e ,)
11. in in ...!' 111 uj.iieiiie iioeiiy, to r Ult. 1011 .ijr.ll
ICINHI'limjOrCIIAlllill Someoriliouew remcillea
en.l ineilioila of treatment, discovered during tlm last
I year, oroofereatvaliK!.
I An nilluirahlc Renort on Sncrntatorrhan. or Pamlna.
Weakness, tlio Yico of Ouaniani. Masturlialion, or
Helf'AhllSO. and Ol'li'r iliHensitii nf Ilm HnTii.nl llrnmiB.
I liy tlm Conaultinjr Murceon. will ho sent hv mall li" a
stale. I letter envelope,) niCIJ ol' UIIAUOl!, 011 re.
ceipt nf two stamps for poaMgo Other lteoorla and
Tracts, on llio ujtuni and treatmeiil of rtemial Uis-
cases, Diet, ilcc, ate coiiitaiuly bein-j puhli.lied for
eraluilous diitriliitlion und will hesenl lolheafiliclcil.
. Aihlreas, for Rrunrlor Ireataieiit, I)k. UCOUUU It
'CAI.IIOUN.Uon ulilus Surseon, Howard Associaiiou,
1 -.u. i-eouiii ninui siriei. 1 iiiiaueliin.ai . a.
liy order of Hie Diiccum.
IVAHA 1). IIIIAUTWIII.L, President.
CsortGR rAiacitiLD, f'y,
Jjii SO.ia'id l'Jni
AaUAKTUIl IIA8 JUST COMMI'.NUlia Apply
fir itdinissioii al tlio School Itooui on Third strict,
or at lliu residence of Mrs. ) Uaiion.
II T r.TON
nioonisliutg, Nov ?9 IP.17
f ,P ' " ' 'n PKltV iulo roe... l.y a Inly wlin writ"
! IrfJ If .rl' IIirra ' u'",n' " w'""m '
i ut"u,aXci 91,0 possesses so mticti of Hi- rate material.
White arm? clanpinc round inv neck,
IIIup eyes looking love In mine,
jittle roy laiiRhrriir Hp.
Sunny brow h tn Madeline.
Dancing tn the him bird'i note.
Trnsei bound with rojrp nnd crccn,
Ncvcrfar morwglad and hrittld,
HpoUnlncniii-laiKl I ween.
Cupid nenlle on her eltepk.
Ditnplen shin thu blind gol in.
I or the f.iirfe. in her Bleep,
Kis'pdher tittle, gr.icefal chin.
Itoy fingerH on my
Red lips preying rlose to rtilnc,
Merry, little, Mngiung p,
Voifre a d.iriing, Madeline.
Ilttl thn earn tslmlP clmnnelb diiwn.
Darling, when 1 tlili.k nl thee, I
For tho cold world darkest frnwtti
On a cpiril light and free.
Hlosfinnit diii He around Ihee now, j
Merry blue birdii paiiy Mpg. 1
lint there'll night f.ir tln-m ;nd thee, !
O, thou darting liltlo thing.
n-trth Inth ehadps of light and gloom, j
ll'i the il-riming L,,( then,
And thp datkueF-i falling down, .
Itest as now fut on me,
Kfieoiihg low I breath"! prnjir.
Grace on enrlli tn thee In gnen. i
And wlirn lii'e'i wild unrch In over,
May thy blue eje ope In heaven. f
HLtkX ljoita-i CiiiMiLrR ,
THE GOUNTflY 6JSL
Anna Fisher was a farmer's daughter,
but her beauty niiaht havo been covytcd
by many a hijjh-liorn dame. As hov father
was in comfortable circumstances, and both
ho and his wife were proud of their lovely
daughter, she was allowed to work or be
irllnnl lipi'fiu-ti fonm n..I In-.. I
, . .... J. . ' ""'''
uuty was ationuon to tho comfort of her
blind sistor Ktl-j. Still, nUhough preser
ving her delicate hands suft and white, and
her form stately and tall, Anna was by no
. i . .
"IC!l113 a useless member ot tliC cottage
fnlil l. ),.. r.. I i .f
Ialllly- "cr Ij'.isy iingures shapnd the
suowy caps, winch her mother declared
.i fi,te,i l,cr lorj as if h(jy wcro ma((J for
' it." Ella's spot loss dresses and muslins
ow" lnuclj of their purity to her sitters
i watchful caro ; and many a dainty dith
jfuuiid iU way to the fanuer'.s table, which
j he well know was piovided by Anna. S.i
wit!1, light, pleasant duties, lcnderod dnar
l by uomo affections, the young girl's life
I sped on. liut a change c.imo.
Thoro arrived at tho pleasant village for
I recreation, a young man of handsome face
mm figure, and winiiiii nddross ; one
u solum hi illv. in i u MIU.I.-.1IJ1T. 1 lin ins
time unoccupied, and his fancy struck by
Anna s oxcccihng lovclinoss, ho deterinincd
to win tho kuart of tho young country
It was just after sunset, one pleasant
spring evening, that Auua was walking
slowly through ono of her father's meadows,
on her way homo, when she was startled
by tho report of a gun, from a litllo thicket
near her. With a feeling of terror for
tho sound was not a common ono in that
peaceful neighborhood she rpiickcued her
pate, and was hurryinu on, when a voice
oalliug her made her pau'e. In an instant
tho sportsman stood beluro her, apologising
for tho fright ho had caused her, and
pleading tho unlrcquentcd spot as an
excuso for his having chosen that for
" liut what wcro you shooting so lato as
The young man was unprepared fortius
question, and stammered something about
an accidental discharge.
Accidental I So far as watching for
somo hours for Anna's return, as then
firing in tho hopes of startling her could
mako it. lie introduced himself as Edwin
Parker, from London, and sho in return
told lain her name, When they parted at
Parmer Fisher's gate, it was with a deter
mination on his part that this should not
bo their last meeting, and a strong desiro
on hers to see him again.
Somohow, it happened that Anna grow
very fond of taking long strolls about
I . . i 1 1
1 SUIlSCt: ami Ltlwin uv somn unanrminl.iiilA
magic, was always going the samo way
about tho samo time.
I will now give my readers tho substance
of a conversation which passed between tho
lovers ono evening, somo four or fivo weoks
after their first meeting. Tkoy wcro walk
ing in the old meadow, Edwin'a arm was
thrown round Anna's tvaist in tho most
natural way possible.
" Anna," he said, in a low tone, "you do
not answer mo ; I say I must roturn to
" It is so sudden 1" murmured tho young
girl. " Hut you will bo hero soon again j
" That, it is impossible for mo to tell.
It may bo years beforo I oan visit this
spot again. Oh, Anna 1" he cried, in a
fcudden hurst of passiou, " how can I llvo
without you? "Why must wo r.att V
" Ilu&h, Kdwin. you arc too violent.
You will, you must return soon I"
" Soon I A whole year must pass hefuro
I can tome here again."
There was a moment's silence, then
bendinrover her. Edwin whiancrcd : 'Ad-
nn, do you lovo mo I" 1
" You know I do," she answered. I
"Do you love mo well enough to trust!
your future happtncM in my hands, to be '
my wife t" I
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" I do. but my father "
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" He believes because I am no
farmer's lad. but a r-onllnmnn. tl.,f. Uiorn
. ,, , .... i wasts ot wuncr. And tiiero is the loot-
is no truth or goodness m mo, 13c icvo , , , . , ,. , . , .
. . ,. . I worn play ground, wiih lis bright memo-
mc, Anna, it is only his prciudioo ocaiint I . , . .. . , , . f , , ,,
... ' ' ricscf shinny-stieks, and bata' and ball?,
cities that causes your lather's dislike to ,t , . , . '
J and hosts of romps and games to occupy
.'( ... , , ,. , . , . . ,. ' our leisure hours. Tliero,,too. is tho din
Itut," faltered Anna, "that prejudice ! , , .. , . ,
,i .ii , . fc'J school room garniturcd m all tho glory
is so strong that I fear he will never con- 1 ; , , , . , b., :
, , , ., of paper wads and dusty cobwebs. How
sent to my wedding you. 1 i ., 1 , .... . ,. ,
ii n. . - i . i , ... oft wo o wlnlod away a tedious hour
()!lPO Inv U'lfi. flfnrncl ntiil l.A -..III
fllroiVf Vn-l MMtmtnlt l.n ...I l.
? . , , ,. , , .. spider, balancing his litllo gray body on
willing to let lin child go, ttill, believe,, . ., , . . , ,.
JUL-, n mu jiiioi was ucu, jio wouiu lor
11 iook lung, even witn Jiilwin's most
subtle re souing, to win Anna's consent
to a clandestine marriage, ,but it was given
at length, aud with a promise to bo in the
moadow that night prepared for a journey
to London, sho left him.
When sho reached homo, sho found the
family only awaiting her return for the
customary evening devotions. Seating
herself opposite her father, Anna liotenod
to tho words of Divioo truth which ho read.
After reading a chap-cr from tho New
To'tament, he read iu n cloir, distinct
voice, tho commandment : " Honor thy
fathor mid thy mother, that thy days may
bo lung In tho laud which the Lord thy
Ciod ivoth thee." Then rising, ho kissed
lilla and Anna, and left tho room.
Anna sat motionless where ho had left
her. Her mother, tho servant, her little
bt other, and last of all, Ella left tho room,
but still she remained.
" Heavenly Father," she murmured,
bowing her head upon her hands, "streng
then this poor head, and guide mo in the
right way I" Heavy sobs choked her
vnico, and ho gave way to a klcut fit of
" Sister Anna," said the low, sweet voico
of her blind sister coining in, ''you arc
weeping. Will you not tell mo what
troubles you I''
Oliouking back her sobs, Anna ondeavo
rcd to speak cheerfully to 1311a. It was in
vain, and after one or two fruitless efforts,
she silently embraced her, aud soii"ht her
Edwin Parker was early attho appointed
rendezvous, and awaited impatiently for
Anna. Tho hour was past, and still sho
came not. At length, weary with watch
ing, Edwin ttrodo from tho meadow to the
little country inn where ho lodged. On
his tablo he found a tiny note directed to
- r . u uu.mu.-u, ..s ,.0 tore u open
"detained at homo, I imagine. This will
Within, ho found those words :
"DcAttUmvis: Could ono who forsook
her first duty, that to her parents, fulfil tho
holy duties tho uamo of wile would bring ?
I daro not come. It has cost 1110 much to
it 11. m 1.. .1 . t . 1 1
write this, but I feci that 1 am doing right,
anu mat strengthens mo. 111 my iathtr's
consent and 1 am yours. Anna."
" Pshaw !" said Ldwm. tossin2 tho noto
at.ciitlv into tho firo. 11 tisn'r. wnrll, tlm
m,. .. T-t 1 . . . .
llionezt morning iiUWlU rarKCr Had
loft the village.
About a month after this, Anna was in
tho garden, watering somo planis, when
her father joined her.
"Anna," said no, do you recollect a
young man who was hero some weeks ago,
named Parker V
How her heart bounded.
' Yes fathor," sho said.
" Ho has been arrested for forgery, and
is Heavens, Anno, how palo you'aro !
Aro you faint ?"
" I am better now," said Anna, strug
gling for composure. "Father, I will
tell yon all, and then pray for your
" Dear Anna, did you think your old
father was blind ? No, no, my child, you
need tell mo nothing. Tho commandment
was not selected by chance, I know all
tuon, anu tioavcn olono Know tho joy of , first learn I What langmgo did you speak
your father's heart when ho saw you still I in tho cradlo ? Witness I did not speak
with him afier tho tcmptor had left tho no langwidgo at all in tor cradlo ; I sJ.oo.U
plaoo." cry in Dootch 1 Then thcro was a general
" How did you know !" asked tho laugh, in which tho Judgo, Jury, and au
astonished girl. I dienco all joined. Tho witness was intcr-
"I was passing in the thicket when 1 rogatcduofurtkcratiouthuuaiiYclaugua'c.
I your appointment was made, and overheard j
'nil I watched your chamber door all
eight, thinking to stop you hy forco if you
Ventured out. Thank Qcd, it was not;
j u Thank (od, indeed 1" eaid Anna,-
11 Had I not called upon Ilisnamr, I shoud
now he cither the fcnicr'a vio
wretched, suspected daughter."
What visions of by gone loyri nro con
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juroa at siuht of tho falling snow. Yon
,. " ,, 7.Za:Z 7'
V" ' " '" . " ' . ' l" !
m vain search alter
some unlucky fly.
And there, too, is the grim school mas
ter, with his hickory rod; and there aro
tho smiling, ruddy-faced companions of
our boyhood all ranged before and around
us, each ono intent upon putting in tho
hours of study to the shortest, if not tho
best possible advantage. Some aro carv
ing fautiistic figures on the rude, wooden
lenchec, or making outlino sketches in
slate pencil, perhaps hot according to the
most approved rules of art, yet sufficiently
outro oud comic to cxtitea merry laugh,
and bring down the mister's hickory ori
our shrinking backs. Otlior3, again, are
indulging in sly winks, and smiles, at the
pretty litllo missess, or inditing amorous
effusions, and whisking them cptickly into
iho proffered aprons of their sweatharts,
when tho master's back is turned.
All these, and a thousand other gay
fancies-visions of snow-balU flying through
tho air aching fingers and faces washed
with sU'tw hand slod rides adowu the
sloping hill side, and merry skating par
tics on tho glassy surface of frozen pond
and river, are all fresh in our minds at
sight of the falling snow. Oh ! when fa
tigued by our prison discipline how our
little hearts havo brightened up, as wo havo
gazed through frosted window-pane, at the
first broad, white flakes, descending like
noiseless spirits to the earth. Oh, how oft
wo havo gazed on those fleecy flakes, all
mingled together in wild profusion, until
lost in ooyish fancies wo build a thousand
air castles for tho future, when that fabled,
twCUtv-OllO. wollhl rnln.'isn im frnm imnrrt.
! nod tyranny of tho dread school master !
Alas! how oft sinco then, when grappling
with the stern realities of life, "wo wished
wo wete a child again."
School-boy days ! they onmo to our
1 lllintl lii.'n n swoof nml n'oncnuf .li'.irmi nf
I ,c 0herMl tho, .
' J O
j tlicy maybo tlio Lest and happiest of your
1 life. 11 ad you liut n t it Im nf f lin ntnovi.
cuc0 of Illallllood to guiJc t,,0 ,t
of knowledge, oven in the vilbige ssbool
I ,.00111) KmU ho cstccn)cii pl,Q of ,j;0 j,- j,.
est privileges of your csistcncc. Youiil'
I (-..'j., ,1 'mi ., ,, j ,
! , C,' , ' , l' " , CM t ' U W,H
; . 1: Lacl: t0 ihoso ias 33 Vt
in iho past and all tho bright drcan.es of
thc future you onco indulged, will bo dull
and cheerless in tho retrospect. You may
i ucw cn ,to ,sasut03 of mwhooilt anJ
.i.:..i. :. . 1 ,t.: 1. v 1 . ..... ,
iiiiiiu it ii iiiitiiiy tun. to cjiuu o cr 1110 iro
' , , , ,, . , .
zeu SI1QW uom:m n n0UiO steed, 111 a cosy
I sleigh, mulllcd up in fur.', with a pretty
maiden l.vvnur M.ln vnn mm- vi. ll.ol,.
, merry laugh and smiling faeos, but you
will live to seo all theso fancied joys, like
tho beautiful apples of Sodom, turn to dust
1 ami as!icg 011 your lip3i iS(il) ,ct u snow
Let luoso can. cuiov tho iinsliiiL' bells.
and tho laughing maiden, and all tho joys
tho ico-clad Monarch brings in his train.
To ouo and all wo wish a pleasant, joyous
Winter; even though our only music be
tho jingling of types, and tho noise and
clatter of tho press room.
Ufiy'J'ho following rich sccuo recently
occurred in ouo of our courts of justico, be
tween tho Judge aud a Dutoh witness, all
iho way from Rotterdam : Judge What
is your natiyo languago 1 Witness I po
no native. Judge What is your mother
toDgue. Witness Mino mother is dead.
Judge (In a savage tone) What did vou
fVojfi (A Kvttrnt Irt(oi.
Sontbuco of Wm. Mullov.
On iMomliy afternoon the aOih of Jan-
j uary, liij lienor Judge Couynghain, pasod
tho final senloDco of tho law upon Win.
Mullor, recently convicted of tho murder
of Gonrgo JLMhias. Tho remarks of tli
Judge previous to pronounciDg tho sou.
tence vrcro leauiilully conceived, and clo
I qucutly expressed ; but tliey seemed to
luvo little elfoct upon tho prisounr, who
I remained perfectly calm and undisturbed
I during their delivery. Indeed, ono would
have supposed, from his appearance, that
1 lin tVflu lliA lrtfief I lilnticf nil in itm mnl-m.
' . "y cercmon.1M- t". I0,,ow,n arC U10
lll"Sc s alul lUocntoi.co
It lias become tho
painlul duty of ilm Court, to pass upon
you tho filial Fcntcnce of ho law. You
havo been tried for the murder of Ooovga
Matthias, by mi intelligent .Jury, selected,
wiih every opportunity to object given to
you, from tho pahiicl attendant at this
Court. You have been faithfully aud ear
nestly defended by zealous and ablo Coiin
,.i ,.,.,.. ;,ii.,.. t,:i. : . i.i .....
CUI, umil iiiiiuii;iii.i,i Willi.!. .1 I U3 uvi ti"
. . r . ' ... ..
ou, tliu law in merey would lustily, has i f, , , J t'u" "u "
been allowed to you, and you lnvo been the (piestion, ' had I better own everything
convicted of murder in the first dcarce.- "P -,b further ?Jf "aUons, that wcro
Wo too, as .ho Judges, who presided at ' n'e, a merc.fu ruling of the law at
your trial, havo felt ourselves compelled to 10 rl" .J01" LoUQSo1- "eluded, but
come to tho conclusion that tho verdict thc C-Icot of ,b5 swered TsHon still
under the evidence, was just and true. reni.iij.a.
You have come from a foreign land, and , .Ull!'aPPy . mm, wo repeat not these
was almost a stranger in this neighborhood ''""S5 wc ' ?.ot this narrative, ,to ag
with no immediate friends to assemble gwa.e your feelings. It is only to assure
around you, yet there are in this vicinity of tht JU3'100. of J'TU doom. an to
those who feel for your present unhappy! c 1 ;ouf to flccuoii. If you hive been
situation i they know, that it is indeed a1 "V'S to W "j0 appoamnee of the old
trying act to cut off in tho prime c'f his sanded as ho was, when
days, one like yourself, apparently formed f?ken 10 wcl1 ,a,Dd '?.J '".7
with strength activity ai.de urajTotostem lf 7cn able, hitherto to st.flo
Km iii iivity aim u ura"c to sicm
lie ordinary current of life, bui !
at the sanle time, tint the law .
nands tho punishment of one, who '
viou!v oiieud"d I
imo into this Coanty, asfar as wo1
so well tho
(I.ai. fill nf
. : ' ;.c : n;.; ir;": :
basso t-ieviouslv ol endbd. ,
iou came into this lonnty, as far as wo
learn, about the middle of November last, ua7 " P uero
complaining of sickness and seeming to bo tofor. thta& h. """tinci? of your rial
discaied and in huntinj. alter work as foil ,!!a,ve,trustod tho helP of
desired, arrived ut Ins residenco of old
Ce,.rKe Matthias. The ol.l man. now had
nearly reached his four score years, .lived
'..'."' it . . y .
solitary anil tuono up7ii Iiis larm, distant 1 ' 11" T' .
from any immediate ijeii-hbor. When in "ound his neck, or stained by au
travelling along tho turnpike, ymr p.oba- Uo,w "P.0" h8,J,w,l, not a
bly weary steps were stayed at hisdwel- pn' ' b thoa VTht mercy; but
ing, aiid circumstances, we, know not what hft0rw "bo "ro kind to you, his d.s
indttcml vmt n ,,ln nml li,n dim , "oyer. Soonyou will be ablo to count
unable to seo into futurity, he was no Joub
nlad. tl, roinV-nvn,, ! . ,.,!..
giau, tnus totaucyou in, as a companion
for his solitude. Mwha'ttimo tho thought
it..., !....t ..... .... He. -e P, -..
for his solitude
was first concci
wusuis. v.uiiuunuiiji.u lauu mo 1110 ot luis
uiiuu 1111111, tvnu iiau au.orucu 10 Your wcaii-
ness tho hospitality of hi home you alone
can tell : it would seem from circumstances
aged man, who had afforded to your weak
proved on trial that you had been living
there but a little over two weeks, before
tho fell deed was accomplished. Tho old
man, it was well known, had talked of go -
ing to the West to seo his children, and un-
dcrstauding this, you alleged time and a
gain that he had'tlms departed, 1 mg after
his bruised and stricken person was lviu
under thi water where vod had cast him.-
For the first few d.tvs after ho was mis.
iug, as strangers and friends intjuired af
to n, L he
arilv X i'.'r
ter mm, you continued
had "one, upon teiunorari
diuorentnl.Go.in thn nnil,l,ni'!, ml
Wilkes Earro; and finally, when it was
foui d that anxious inquiries wcro being
niado ab9ut him, and that no cne h ,d seen
him, at these place of allcdnod lemnorarv.
sojourn, you thou declared that ho had
1 undo two boxes, in which you packed hi.
poor worthless ragj as you termed them,
!'cllca bi,m, i"10 a PaSsi"", V'a30n' s!look
with him, and would h.ve induced
! 7 to bell- ve that you had wish-
1 cd him a friendly (iod speed, for his West-
cm travel'. Alas! when your hands wcro
separated lrom his, and his body left your
sight, it v.:i3 thc parting for a more distant
When these various stories reached the
cars of his friends in Will:es-1 irre. su-ni-
cions wore excited, and they wcut out to
search the premises: you aided them iu
loouiug in tlio cellar and elsewhere, but
told them thcro was nothing in tho well,
that they need make no search there, lor
"ho isn't iu thcro," was your language to
Knoblock. Tho men wcro determined,
however, and tlioy persevered : two or
three grey hairs observed on tho stones at
the top of tho well led them to earnest ef
forts, and at length tho old man's body
was found therein, with seven wounds from
an axe upon the head, by three of w!i;?h
tlio skull was broken, so as to lead thi
physicians to tho opinion, that each one of
them might havo been mortal. A rope
too, singularly nnd skillfully noosed and
"knotted, was tigbily drawn around tho old
man's neck. Who cot-ld doubt that Ins
death had arisen from violence! The work
of his slayer, though cruel, was suro and
Tho cvideuco in tho causo has left no
shade of suspicion upon any ono but your
selfyou were biding th'erc.and tho details
of your conduct and your language, re
peated by so many witucst'cs, referring to
so many uinercnt
"j ' 'vvuuwiiS UUUl'iatUUU
without mistako, by Germans lo whom you
cpoau iit tiucnuy 111 your natural tongue,
can leave no doubt of your provity with,
aud knowledge of, this tcrnblo transao -
"Wo havo not intended to repeat all tho
facts iu the case tho greater aud the lea -
tcr circumstances, iho bed which had
boon partly washed, tho blood spoU tlpori
the w.ill, tho nowly cleaned floor of oiio
part of thcj'ooni, may bo possibly explain
ed upon another hypothosU, but they wora
circumstances, which at tho timo turned
suspicion upon you.
And what i,3 your inotivo for this, deedt
It would seem to havo been tho Clisorablo
coveting of the old man's property. You
claimed, after allegiug that ho had gone to
tho West, that you had .bought his farm,
his horses, his cattlo, and ajl his property,
and apparently intending to livo there, you
sought 10 hire a female to atteud to tho
ordinary duties of tho household. You
advanced this claim, with various and con-
I tradj tory btorics, but with no writing, or
receipt or wuncss 10 sustain your allega
tion ; true, you allcdgcd that you possess
ed both a writing and a witness, but in a
I FlruS!o 3"our lifo lef?r0 tIl Jury. you
iii.iuu n'j iiiiciiipi, 10 prouuee iiicm or to
acci unt f r your inability to do so, What
is the conclusion, that must forco itself
upon the mind of every ono f
Tho strength and weight of all theso cir
cumstances wcro evidently apparent to
yourself, when soon, aflcr the finding of tho
old nian's body, and whilo tho conversa
tion nl others was upon Uitlcrcnt subjects,
.... i '1 . '. . . . .T .
..nit trultlTif.iw!,. ntlil ondilntll m,l ... V!m!.l.
; . . ' , ., . j. '. ,
a"J 1""" t still small voice, that
r. 1 "-f0" 11,0 n.Dtor ! tho dark
.wat0 ,M of tho "!Sht- wb?n !ceP 13 woocd
" v"'n w0 would now sook to arouso 'ou
"l,1"5,0 a-clessnoss and tliircrcnce ;
' -atei,cs of tho night, when sleep
I va Vw? .would ?ow sook ta. "uso J'ou
"",BU J'ou now you must, 1001c, 10
, ' wbo know. h. Q? secret of
r,our u.ca"'. "fS.0 was proDa-
Ill V Ptll fliT inRnnsihlft. frnin flin rnnn fltof.
' X?"r5 ''b 7'?S ccrtainty-and
t suu rises and sets iu his, diurnal cour
,i, ,.. ,, , .-,.-." wu.ok
1 'n n, l V' fij'cd by au"
tliontics ot the law. will annroach nearer.
toi ,. . . ,; 1 it 1 n .
1 th . ...
! H fh T" T T, Sly' J ' if1
"'b.e. lo" wl" ,Ddocl1 bo7Cry sbort for
t, .uu i.iui. mi iiiiu4iiuii aiuiii ue it, tttit ue-
" , " ,u J:u' ...
i'0:0" ''f ynui ,7,,b tue anxiety
i , , C' wh? fl3,alld
! tTJt T.T 'n ft th-tlme'
t"tZ JtZ ' ' y",-1Vn;
, dQ?I"nnS'0nmak,0 ?T Grd
Xn? 1 ri !"fth?.,Yord. a
I cruc',icd edcemcr, while it will not frco
?.u. " 'o . here, will
nvi-tvr. t!m ii,rl,.nio,if ..T fl.n TT:t.AH T
I ji,ii.vi.t Aiiuct iliiw
1 hereafter. In thc lijok of God's command
1 h Said " at 1110 baDd of ovory raan's b"'
.t.1'2.'-' Ircnuiro tho litp of man"-
. "oso slicddetu man's blood, by man shall
thcunh vour s!n
be as scarlet, they shall bo as white as
snow ; though they be red liko crimson,
they shall bo as wool." Send then, I pray
you, for somo minister of tho truth to ad
vise, to instruct, to aid, but abovo all to
pray with you. Ua diligent now aud ear
nest, that in this, ti,0 ti,0 0f yourneces
sity, ycu may improve it to your soul's
William Mullor tho sonteuco of iho
law, declared by us, is, that you bo taken
hence to tho goal of Luzerno County, from
wnifli you havo been brought, and be kept
there until tho lime be appointed by tho
Executive of thc Mato ol Pennsylvania
for your execution, aud wheu tho timo, so
ta bo fixed, aha 1 arrive, that you bo taken
thenco to tho place preparnd for your
execution, within tho walls or yard ot said
go.il, and bo then and thcro hanged by Iho
hvuiw uuiii jou aro ucau ; and may Uod,
, '" " V Up0n y0Ur
A hew C.ueh Quotum Tho following
quaint dialogue took place between two
citizens, after a late town meeting in Now
' Well, sir, how went your meeting 1'
' Very well, sir.1
' Who was your moderator!'
' Squiro Green.'
1 Who was chossu clerk!'
' Squiro tircon.'
' Who ii your representative V
' Squire Green,'
' Who is your first colcctman !'
' Squiro tircon.'
WI10 is your second tclcc'mau ?'
' Squiro (iroeii.1
' Who is your third selectman ?'
' 1 don't know for sartain, but Ib'lievt
'tu Squire Green '
: r,nr; in ,. , .
I 01,1 Gent, 'Don't cry, little boy. Did
bo bit 'ou on purpose J'
' Iniurtd Furii 'No tir, ho hit n.e on