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titiE WEEKLY Q •
or I . JR x wonikia . tzlitsh,
°moat?),plc 'VOW Orates. —
iot . f urrjoi—piDo s tsalta JAM Ji11P4V1311 . 4 per
~,parr if pa luativasce;tfwpbm . r su u not
o ld *till the ctlitirlatlon itast:l4. .oubscrom.,
i . 14 by caret, w claim I
fret ~a addition.
v EitTlSKKENTS:,—(itaC:fittutre or To& Licas °all la •
1.1 i O3; tiww4asittinai $1,50; throe loser
; o n e month =.300 4ca mouth. $2,75 ;
tutee o,Octbt V,:topirkrk;i:ltooMlso; one year $9,041;
t lvorittaa.;raila fs prdpoitlor.. Tbasa rates
,„ y. extetly adhered to, coolers atisugismi by apietat
. ‘A r,t, or at sha option or lb. publishers. Auk:
'a Nottrt:.A, 9tnfs, Dl , Catei acid like adverthaa-,
. Admittletrztoe• Notice* $.3,Q9; Local
011 . 1, coats& hoe; Martfage Notices rwcriY•
test.2•ol • .6i11141 - • Pettit.," Naar throe line.
the editor, olio dollar
"tit be ototinutitt:l
t „, Adrertibitic 'lntl ordered
• .4,••• 04,4 ' pee Itni 1.
1/11., ,or Of tbr br,t
tts • ‘ f - i• r. I. to •to work
!be, c.t., ^ to U. to mwwl style
t,O (If the twrgevt
ur i4clressed tp
i'ut) . thbor !in/ Proprietor.
II SIN ESS_PIRECI'Q Ry.
IC Elqulpto• ia-ert ,l ig this *Amu . t
at toe :-' ,, i.t• gar aceurJ In (Lc.
' • .1 J. 41. r I.An,nirnosl,
o' r; business stsandloti *Alt
s a , t dispatch.
's . . 'lll' 15T.,11011
A rronvn Ar Law, in Walkm - '• Uf
on~.rrutu tlert , VllO. ►n4 .61:
h 4/. 14.h1
.•.Yn>r, ttrs'Ay's ittaci, North side ofthr I%t k
hal XJ.1.11 Azad Dealer iu Slostiuner.,
.1 • , N.wapaper., 4/4. Couutry dealers
;.; flotet t frunting the ?ark.
I 'I t:
Cu Lars ham taken the I.lme Kiln at
!f„,,t o! Enoch Stroet, near the I'hila4elphi► depot'
zi.optcred to tarnish Wb:tal.kue, in largo
tlitjazteet market peril.
a, t. rPILICE.ii.
rENCE.It & .11411 VIN.
..121ORNIVI11 AND COCIIIILLONIS AT 14aw.
t.e.c*, l'ar. on Block. near North Waal corner of Upp .
t.lito S.; aut., I,rle, ra.
UIIN 11. MILLAII,
, CIT 7 KM:IIMM,, Wag osaoy Yom" County
rVtpt, tx VIVIATV. to Z 4 urve7 or Enke Plana or %spa
Erke couutT, ?a. Office to Common Coattail loom,
MO:Xt. Block apr23114.1.1.
' U. CVXI.IiEIt, ,
Darr aaoteu •RD C 011111•111031
W>* , ' wjae , on robAn Book, East Comet of
Street. de,le r In Coal, Shit, rush, roar,
tor. ti Ater L . dx. .- -Particular attention
be given to t 12.totrtug and Forwarding of Petro-
Oa. Crude end Itednetl, to all parts of Oa couats7.
p t'<L 64
Pal 1.0 LIENNETT,
Jutzei or m ruci. Offleliettoid
Wayne Bled, Mach Street, batween Pllth •ad I
NCI. A- I
ittonatos Pioroostra GALLzirt, 1
row wet Block, Eller Pa. Jara6 64tL
',PIN (Ss WI 1.11C1t,,
ATIFORWIffe Ar Law, Ridgway, Ps. I
toe t Elk, kWKean, Cemeron and Jefferson want*.
v, usr3o'Bs-10 1 ) Nj. W. WILBUR:
and Iferket Street --One equate wet of
ehanzr. Warreu. F. Sept. 29-17. i
c.oll'll i( . l4Kft,
'nil !CZ OP TOR Peas, NVI4OII 810014
! -Vo.t f Farrar Flail, Erie., PL.
E(1.1% . U?NIKON.
irhT.Ct OP 241 rlcAell. Waal la Gs:Atte -1
s,, tqroor of Y,f 13 and State stmt.&
p, ID ”ertiv and enlloellout mule prompt. ,
J. H 1.4 14.1111.1 r,
AtroUses Ai L• 111%, Rid.llllll,
Kill 1100 nractlee in adjoining en unties..
Yrenali street, between ilth and btie tttesta,
t!.- Pbll.!elplaa A Hee Railroad Depot. Kyle, Pa:,
a i,bovvasker, Proprietor. Extensive accoosatoda
.s for ottani ere lapel- travelers. Hoard by the ds y or
?taLlib.f. at tadand. apr2.5.63D.
L. EMU, (1 ,
YABWONADLII 'TALLOW. rad
ert,Lci 5 he yser's Pfitent Airing klarttum
11.. ko. Sta v e street hetween Ith 444 Vth Sta,
ne, C;ottea rafola to order in the flpeet style.
I. l.crear !ft , Sia.B Sr.& ua Eighth
urti, ttt.f. au State end French. Fine II orpm aui Car
'Am to Lea raa reasonable Unto. 0524.64-Iy.
I I WILL, , az 11 CARTRIt,
111 • YerlACTCP.xesciStparts
trlDir, Aclealtursl luaplook•asa, Railroad Caol,
• r... Po.
01. -- tu
• • north side tI Park. Stir, Vs.
Itivower, MAL Cu PA, Mr, N. 0. Ccasimorte,
Thia la a uew au4 /Landau:wily fitted up
midst ul oua of tha beat Troutiug sod kluut,
gro In t'ruuaylt Antal Coniallual , lla4
t;-, 1 TaLle and Votlerate Pricea. The public
n t r. t. r4tvectfui I y 10.1/04—/.7 •
NTIURAKI AT LAS --O rice out dilative;
• Court Bytualt.Eirie,Pa.
ROU LP, M.P.
Orrlcs UY Scriatit craticar, Rear
Nor. 4.1664.-3 moss.
n E v.,
IV. Lit. KttE,
LKALI.It DIY GOODS,
t‘r , lrags, (Haas, Sead, Planter, eta., cor•
. 1 +,,tt, • tre4t wad Pkthlic square, Inc„ Pa. jalltf
lygoLnaaLn urn ttrivitt lblm. m ,
Y‘u . sicong, ilocri• and Feint; Wood and
;tn. , '.% %V tnoa LI iuo,N, Tobacco, gnarl, Are, StM•
• p-it Itt TclOr., • • Howl* Futninhlng Csnooritun
bra:or to Groceries, ?remittal, ?roatrioui,
I 'C , t:.or aul , tune Warr ' Wino; Liquors, etc,
e Peatottico, Kris, Pa.
Tulin: & L'tVING,
A A ITO ILIISTII AID Cut311311.10311•T LAW
oivicy, (IN si . RING ST., app.:mita erittatiden Bali 4 ,
C. , llectioho and all other legal
Vrtnapao, Erie, Warrea and form. .
tilt dill to nnetully and promptly.
:WU Ta cat -I'. ID. 4. Galbraith, W hitman & Brecht
Jer„rr.r ft Marvin, fibs,
a, - 110n. 44. P. Jab upon, W. D. Writmu
d warren, Vs.
TWENTY Y Alta.
WI i fl.kti..: - ; GEIXBAATED
- U ,
(1 , 11 It E - M EDY ! 1 1 1.. 11, motto ;...4.4;,;_ca ma__ .; . ea,Small Peollta spe asa irsate a balk
-quiralent for the Hooey.
` it'-' ,•,.I '. , ..>•_'...'.. t o:1 portlier toed eine bui been , -- : - i • ---'`
, ';'"'"•:, '-" t .1 ..r0u lbo teat tweet/ yeata to , ;,.... ,D. w. AUTCHINSON.. .
:In. 1 : , - 1' amt I 'IL 4 .ItraiiPeP with Mille tied* at, . • • • r-- _
..... f 11..,,,, ,:, r o 11. r. r :Ic!ry before the public , hot j n i ted su i t es mann *et,
1imr,..,1 r.^. nr.r..1,..-11.thn I:re , cirity to those fitteiliiilil ;
1 +! - ‘ 1, .... . • ,n00n , ,. sow:.ready cliteirfsi peat , - GIR/LRD, PENNA.._
re th ~ u,, „ A ~.. , ..0 (.l
I,lr,fi'ieVCO ht Ito vai"h" IFIE NCI 0 N . S • BACK PA If 6-
. ii, rn:r.'. 1. !MU. pl.innnt.'l4o4, , .
1 • bo^-41 - / lu '' ' •
. A ...: c. -.1. D• lm - at - opted to all n o s I . ' • j 2, 0 1.1 Iti TY , - •
' ''''''"E' '.' " ' - `" ,~null T.* kept 1 ° ' '' '' 'l7 bc"af.
..A ' Lan - o therCl Liu against the iovartiasaut atLawdad
.3 = l ' - 11 - 0, .' u!,.3 r. , ,allred. It throat and Tuns' -41'---- ' lto ii ,ith promptness. ~ , 1 '
o c , / 1,1 -. ~- I , valr.i r , l, ice Lid of thla Bawd,' in
mir oar. r - a • Ki.e, a /./..1 2 1 ,616•1 01,dualus will b . I,IIItARGEPt U.BANIONABLX.
¢,r! tit COZo ~4,•, ,
rr e qpitottok
. by AO Att.aradri tar Lb* moo hit . If
Hl's It l'(; : i ft....11?Dy i, th e hoot remedy known p er s.', .
r-,:r tr ;lam,: 9141134: ,
o ' l 1. « eiwis., ckorip -ar R4TTL.E 3„'
dJ r 113 1.. .r Pll7/haft; BRONCHITIS, '
Hope , i...NI:s!, WHoOPINGI-ODICHH
If ,L. sn. 14c V. les aad iartiforatts Mc Lams*
itell tn 1.4 1rf -au Cents is IM - rer.Sople.
• ,LL 6 aTAR, EL, Manufacturers and Prormatore.
5 : ', • •• :. , -t - z-1,4 ..wer &coils ot Somata; ',treat RH*.
`''• . 4 ' . 1 • 4 :frUK viva and Otaleni throughout the
•T it 0 N TF: T 11 OSi V.
it. ' ' 2 ' of Igrio City
-t , l Dr il t z'x Ci-lebrsted - Cough B al b °4 ,/ " b.
I 11 1 . 1 ri Drain tit tb. Throat an d
41^ i 4, -.nr. roonin ;clouding Ito eon tn - tbe ;Anew
'WrW end .s. 4 •tual renuNdy loaf worthy of public
1',..,211.32, Mattbe‘w Mean Mt.., D. Shirk.
- 4 -t L..: .. J. W. M 1 ...., Ilia Lard Rama,
,4 A, hir... teetart Coehrsd, J. 7- Cu.,
/...,...,Boy. Daniel linger,
:te li :t;,.. J . fivbiluou. C. K. Itiblak
Ml 4 Lt , i, , ,,, ,i .1. MirAlaturzt.l, J. Iluouei,
c.t. I.uz. r , :• ) .. ..Uurtoh. J. W. Calves,
'ar , M Wia-r.o t Anion Stuirratkl, Waitaltk
4 Air i S ISn t. 0 , . U. Coops,, k, if, T
• it..t.:, 1....cpb lAwinot, lg. A. 1347 nnat
: 1 " , ' ti..m). brunt, J. :Salsbury,
, • Wltt . Imclus A it •11: M. AMAY'OI.
Nom.. 14 • Kon. J. 1.. Inch •
V.'„ M 4 .ItittKl...r, J. Robitumn, .4 3 '
Cbm:, W . APO... 'Slim H. Sin&
~. Jr. 6uoili(l., 0.11. Ilowsl3,
Mri... I ..c..2, 414-15u3
Tu (;(N) ZIU
E!-Ilinteriber will etieertuiiy send (free
to 4,1 tt,ttq copy of " • : 5 9 1, L 0
4t Of that Dtit dise•Ade Gov.
tnq Ltleet,:trill try Lige
• 1. '5 tip. MI '...wir 4 .l.l:AnfiaWo4o
ILI I. it,16z1.10.1t /
thrt woo cAtioplata mina^
•‘, x , • puce ID the 11.y.ude:pfit
•.1 re. :Nu.* wfr4ind the wan rut.
• e ? t cuso, nII ..n or fitidrin
tire Wii. 3. ALLAN,
T. WtVe.et. New Yorli
A I.4itui: LoT
siwia tn brims 11 1 04, sad Fttrd liras
DR: STRUM LA ND'S 'MEL L I FLUOUS
COCOH BALSAM Is warrantkt to two Coutitha.
Golds Eiciarsaneaa, Asthma., Wborping ngb eor•
?lOTA Consumption, and all atfachons - ci lba }he
Po i rTati d
. . ... . - • - . . . .... .. . ~
A Ids the Medical men: end' thedPrt4,,
21. , recommend Dr. Strickland'. Asti-Cho,. Dike , I
tore as the only certain remedy for Dtarrinere Dye-
ffiteey. it ie I 001Alliation of AitriDgellte,i Ma ,
titimulenta. end carmlnenree, and la warren WI 14 inapt -,
a-sure siltet all other mesas hers (4104.
For Itle ley Druggists. General depot, 4 I;eit Tony*:
itreed;,4llistettanatl,-Ohio, • 4..J11. ,D.
(1 ;11 = Rrkgfr'Y.l
Strieliland's Pile Remedy itairoured
thousands or the wont carer of Blind *id ehed
Iles. It n;res iennediatr relief. and elfsebas per-,
cument cure. Try it directly. It is Warranted to cure.
Marsala ay drazalata. _General depot, e- neat Tomah ,
street„Cisninzistl i , Ohio. -
'Dispepsia, , Nervousness -and .
)1)R. STRICKLAND'S• TONIC:4.IWe'
race/ammo Wu* ottioxiog lootiot UAW
tidlgoottoor or totarpida, Nervous:am ottli. na
Debility. to' tie" Btrialsod'o Tonle. it Is aA . •
prtyistattal4 IMO hem Alcoholle Liriders; la
the whole . emu system; m uster a toad ktogotttit.'
oat is Arigniated to oar* NerpooMmom as Nervous
?or ale by Dreulets- gerninUly, et St per NMI...—
Prepared by Dr. A. Strickland, a fast Yenta! - Old.
Claninnall. Ohio. . •
3 ULDKI MAAI
()6)at Gift Distribiiiion
Watches, Chains, Leekets t -Btica lets,
Gold Peas, &e., ht. • .
•s. N. WARD & Co;
513,NUFACTURINU . J&WEI4RS,
208 Broadway, new York,
100,000 Watches, Chains, Lockett, Bracelets,
Kings, Gold: Pens, lie., kW^ ,
$500,000, TO BE SOLO I AT 02111-141.1411.
Tacit, WITIiODT Itgo3/0 TO VALVE.
And pot to be paid for until yon know what you ares'
melee, and not to be kept tinleas you awl •
per "ect/y aatisfled.
Splendid of Article, to
,be sold for 51 - gad:
100 Gold- llnntitig Case. $lOO 60 wreih
100 gold Watches,..._... ..„ wash
300 Ladioe Watches, pa) •sel
EOO Sliver Watches, 216 alo .5 00 004 ,
Coo Gold Neck and Vest Chains,: 12 00 to 15 00 each
1.000 Chettetelne an 1 Guard Chains, 6001015 00 mil
3,000 Nee, and Vestritains. 400141200=
4 coo Solltaite Jet & Gold Ilroochrs. -4 00 to Al 90
4,000 Cor 4, lace, Se,, Brooehes,.... 300 to 6'oo 441 2
7,000 Gold Jet, & , tar Drops, 300 ta - am efca
e t ooo oiliate
i r t reut and Scart nal,. 300 to 3
n,OOO Gist ad. tinmAs,el ...... 300 to 'fi Op
2,000 Chaired Ilittielete, - 5 oo to to ea •ak ,
B.ltro Cal. lltustond Phis and nicks,. 2SO to ,1110 each.
2,000 Cold„Watch Keye, 25040 $OO each'
Tao() Solitaire Sleeve But & Studs. 200 to arsMilr
3,000 Gold Thimble 3 400 to ea's&
*, o o4.l2haisiture Lockets, 100 to 110'
a.t.09 Min, Lockets, Magid Spring,.. -0040 909 each
390011'ewlSjyle -.9: 400 to 1109 etch
2.01 , 04301 d Toottilicks, crosses, Se., 200 to 9 1 90 taobi
3,000 fob and hitbon ...... 2 00 titz 620 Nat
5,00 Chaired Gold Binge, 200 to 600 do*,
4,000 Stone Set Rings 2 00 to '2Ol sac&
c„spo Setts Ladles Jewelry.jet & gold bootolf 00 era
0,000 " " '• retinue styles 300 to 1600 eat&
R.Goo Gold feus,kilyar cast & pencil, 400 to s Nab
4,0 , 0 Gold NW. Gull Cu. kMen d 500 to 11l stool
0 .000 Gold Pere,gold mounted holder 3 00 to . 600 each
Certltientos of the 611cins articles are plicett l u troit;
rust/.sealed and mixed. These envelopes wil 141 wet
by matt as wasted, without retard to abater, An., re
relying the certificate and seeing whet article, it titre.
sews, yen are at liberty to send and get the intW.6e or
any caber on the iret of t he same value, &WI sitteret•i4
lb, article, if ta does-slot gore -padres-satisfaction, we
desire y, u to rqturn It and grltt.e money. he all trawl
action. by mall we charge for one certlticate 25 cents,
STS certificate& will be seat for 31, Mena V. 4 thirty
ror r, one hundred for 215. -Agents wanted every.
where. W • allow agents ten clots on each certificate,
pro rided,lbetr remittance amounts to ow &bat,- Meg
.airs premium. for large order..
ARMY BATON. —no the reselpt of $1 fet, we will seed '
a solid silver shield (pare coin) or badge, for either
dielslon o r corps in the army, or a rivalry, "Ltdentry,
artillery, engineer or pontotmer a pin, with soar naosac '
regiment, and company lericoliernriy engraved aleareion,
together with our wholesale litinetrated circular to.
W 110LESAL'E & RETAIL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL °ROCHE,
,Nora•Roal O.TW 01 lat Pare i f Frersck'StrisS,
Would rilpertlialif Cali the atteOtlon of lb* eouusagity.
to 114 large Stock of
ROCERLYA AND PIWVISIONS,
Whieh he is desiroue to sell et the
OCR V LOWEST POINSIBLE elltiEttie
. Figti, kb.;
not ilurpaassil lu tai city, se b. to propared to provslo*
In who gito him a au!.
H also s t
eao keeps constantly on hand a impactor tut ".
: 1 • ' ' P-U RE LIQUORS, ,_ L
1 for the selkOf esa!s trade; to 'bleb he diteete the Alen
.al' the patine.
~.. - • - 1
Crawford,' Christian * --lintiti ,
, • •,
DsAt•ra Is * .
.;‘, ' `,
CiROCtRIES AND PRovisiogE4 --
• - :.
Dried and Sealed Brit*
?ANTS k OILS,. ,
Ship Chandlery, Bost Stores, 4.oyi .4at i pt
(O. 7 istarrr 8 'moor. PARt sar i 91 '
Also, Publtc Dock, Foot of Stat., StrOe64 -
• . , ' Eats, Pitcoea. • •-•••.
Wlll. A. CRAWFORD. • S. V. CARUTIAII.,
jaaliF664l J. BYRoN RUTH.
roe TEM HAM. i 7
, E.7L , CE1 1 , ,, l ir tNT H I V R y e t i ttgOOn'
I peceodenta in feattkmalge eirrks , and se orporindbll MI,
i ote.er pre potations, not only IC thio country Mt *La II
garapr and South America. Tiumeande of WAN me
anireatly used 1111 tho Court &lief*, of Fs Lot flt,,
Water Wag and Madrid, and tbd mak in Wm! la; welere•
molls. Egg Vge AMBSOSIA ii compared otaterPlE V/.-;.
trod lrom herb, of 1/01141111til ,Int., and)" hilt!, elsiM:
eal trine a Tottery of exquisite partenree.' • ltltilleitirkil
prevents dm hair telling oat. and-mouner it tr. yew rar
idly, thick and long. it makes the hair earl and giros
It a oleos, appearanew. K' toilet in 'complete witb9l4
ti. ?deo /1/ mail! per largehottlte.
4 rtold by drorgiotaand dation in forty ; garde dr. 41.;
parte, of the CI Ti , ilea world. IV holmala byfill..telinlesole
chafer , la every city, and at - , . J.:4
• it , ;iiVt:g AMBROM DieNtrY;" .: '' ..
• 146.62 FUlterningteli.N..l l% '
. ..):1 1 1,Kcli, M1:W.033 & co., rhiladOpkidt 0 • 40 E4 1 ,_
agent for reuse, Innis. ourA-Iyam.
- , •
trir,E I.R.E OFFERING _ - 2 .:
Dells. Doll Bipeds, Oates lid'
enikuva, Puna. Totelistaileimitetwiam6
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S. N. WARD & Co.,
208 Broadway, Sow York
P. A. BROKER.
HL assortmiat 14
a% DOLLARS , A.NLtiAALALE PEE YEAR,, - IF PAM IN ADYASCE; $3.06,1P NOT PAID,IINTLL,-THE , ESD UP THE YEAR. num b I'7:
River nf 11, istia3itigithui4 7 l l V- .
4 JoiddL;ltat..L.l4 bemuies-Cl'Or. •
POT nitay a ateevin tt4alit9w, veriguncie,
ire high renown in arronlnnee,
Or wls. when yet tkeittf '
-, in verse. by ardetttiniei 'malt ' • •
Bkuul4.l,e,coliveekl by flips
'The' earth "has uuwliQre gree'lle 61ds
Than thy refriehint edit/ yiekti
ThoVr loftier, mnantaina 1101 Oa-Rhine.
Niue are wore beautifulthau thine;
kieettli, throtigg t retitle *frilleyai rosins,
' And virtu Nesse* all - thy twined, •
With pure felicity.
nay bsilki - ire wifh p`orn,
Thiiohlect 'vibe all
Itithe riot' otover fro./ 1-11,..".ki5e, . •
. ttr.'neath, the ehesta4t:4 blithely t
MI retioleytt of ifie ite4rtitow,ct hs,y.
eiiilitr'iiipPrWietr the stile.-
. • ~: a t .
bee Ateu eitiutw's he
gu4queTit . tttna,
with 'esAt e ancr pare delight,
tV,ltedier thou glidest,still en.l bright, '
tie whether, ',beg ittitutua rain
Peers dowu thy mountain el,)}:we Au!sitt.
- Tibit ""
• - t . : - -
I leek _pet A.rutis shelry side, _ _
Add U6dide boot' Illarnp'WilivitteL',
My steadfast het and •hope from,thee ;
Among tby wilderners Lies, t •
111owsitten romance. - • By, oh where
The wizard hand that now rimy dare,
To etart the forma to life
..0h I- weuld that. l uquld bring-osee wore .
• Van Caropeu to thy winding shove
And thi hill at Villa of Jay,
Upon the war path urge his way ;
, And mike each creek and Itilleide•rite
W4tb war-whoop shrill, snit Roma ot *tire,
And deadly revelry ~„. _ ;
The hope is vain. / tut for lee, .•
Weird flusquehanua c io 1141 tree- -
Aid olotbe apkti in human mould.
The Aides - that nikhtly stalk (seat !edit :
• • Moll erioatheit Imes teyeettiviy ken, • •
:Often terse Um= the magic pen,
ca .:4 1,1 :Ikl.rkeilik live for 117 e.,
'kat Is &less &cabin us role;
Mat tbougft I oft •af evettine 'stroll - '
eirtiui the path,
acs aoraaa t4e hill.
, Atirwelielny Way, withAttlet treed f
• 1 vender on, Millapirit deck . . • •.
To i ptaoh the rippling shore;
• 4IPM 3Nspairkline **tire inet my - sight
Witen-Ilvit my eyes bohebithe - light ;
And, alma at last, ;,takedny rem, , •
Then lightly on my sinking breast
1 pear thy kindly loam shell press.
Aid [elk sae in that lane caress
Which the last trump shall break
• • •••••_ ••
The Feellak4 - the Deiik
" In the winter of 18—," said Mr. $,----,
if there. was a great deal of typhus fever in I
klinbargb: it was a gloceny, sad winter,
lehangias, frequently brim hard frost to
maim; 'veiny, oppressive weather; : and
never did my native citY better deserve
:the' timer or "tad Rerkie"thah during
iiiiist4l-feitr tribtrihs of that year. - The i
Ifigirwindii, •to which w • are' generally •I
' inabjentedin whiter,ieetue'd to have . cerated
all together f'ttie einoke,ltilieed of rising,
teat:diatrii=npori' tire ciff; lied rietwith
'-itilarditig its 4eVittect - ititnitliOn, and fine
riatinotlin air, the streets and houses were
Seinniky dark, and therewas very tittle
difference between the short, dim day.-
arid the Icing' and early night. ' A sort of
pren fell upon all wen's" Spirits,
which i‘ri , increased by the floating ru
mors of the awful ravages of disease in the
town, brought home to us, every now and
then, i l q the death of au actptlintance, a '
t friend 'or relation. fir.titually, the fever
increased i n virulence, and extended far
aid wide, till it b..4ttue .!must a rests.
1 lance. It, couline-I itself
. to no crais, or
lige. , Judges, lawyr.i, phy4icians, were
412iitteliati Well si. eit. 11!4CiabiOr ClAiStki :.
I old and . young alike fell ', teifore it: Many
gOod Men in thii ministry were taken
I away: It assulned the worst foritt of all,
hiviiiisr, in the itrisae; of the city, and
the accounts of its r;iv,iees within .-their
walls was trememlow. .ks, the minister
of the 'Kirk, I tsai .not absOlutely
celled Upon to attend the prisoners; but
!heard that. two of my brethren had died,
in. consequence of the zealous care of . the
poor, stink within those
.. heavy wells. It
.IT St . F . w} Rh 4l ifii malty that a sufficient nuns t
ber of r tlts clergy:could
_Lek f aund to ,attend
to 4mi/spiritual wants, and I volunteered
to visit the Prim:ail. •daily, myself. For
nearly a fortnight. ; 1 --oontinued to ;the
performance of the functions I had Un
dertaken without outfering e in the Lees
.-exceptlxi-PaLlqii, fiaW; ll itPrat4ut f,!
W4 O l/ 6 !#; 13 .44fi 1 t- PolPeueSalgrchlthi t;
he,A l loterried Lome through the
„gloomy streets, 1 felt arlseeitudstepost Ma,
an utter prostration! of strength,-which
forged me--0-14°P,tviice: in Order u rest,
' infects', reached uty_ciwn door.- I-attributed
it to execrative fatigue ; f0r..1 was without
the slightestapretienstott, - and never at
all looked foreraril to the coming calamity. -
When I reached dente - I could, l'it.eat,-,
iiii iii;p:iite' watAnne„, 41tit, that r at
tributedalsoackfatietti,.mut / - went qttietly
to bed. • Duriug . the" night;_htiWever. 'i&=, l
tense pain ' iii , the)/sick„'isa,in f the lore.
head succeeded ;a : burnieg_ spread, I
;Oroijir'in - e: my tongue liewiaep . ailed,
tined; , my naial witidereii slightly .
And;lnitaitdcifrising. tayntateit. as 1 1 112-
IM . , 1. was oblied to lieatill, and send
for-a,pkgeiciati, with-the-first ray lof• the
ateen - *plight. ---Ifilt•risit is the'last thing
ClAMOliecticse,rawerat days.: .. l_rentember
notwithstanding this:e:ooluees•of: the day,
And musing saucers, filled with some disks. ,
_feeling 'fluid, to be placed - in 'different
-pats elthe room, in order- "to guard - my
Weald children against' the Infection.
1 then, for the first time; diectereied ;that
Ildassil cooled the feVer.- I renteinberlitths:
, hairto6.6tiw violent deliritnit-iio illattOn-0
dilvaddenly, after a tame of veinal days,
r tiogaisiid tny eonseiouSness; and - With 4V
-1 thavietkili ' tha t.' ' I 'Was dYing. ' **lilt
Vali ititgeling; . weepini, ; by-;my 4 6 44. 1.
two physicians and a tarmil.siern'iititsent ;
lina it' Wits istringe . afiei' . the dull state of,
kticiiiiisiiiYt, ii sib iOi r • t 441 1 ,iik
Wrf4 3 iti3 'list! ttiii4four 'ko,ttiiii; 4...
Ip,-,„. iiik' effrisiis' hid ',Otaineis
a i v . 0 - • ~.u.: ~..i , •
en r wiiie . all'_nly gelcepkions,hove
i? - etti hiande‘lthett.
~J "° 9?of '
4 /4. 412 7-..1F. 1 41i , ~ S P/ams..l, 2 i!t,ris, 1 nays: 'llk
ptipapr to have had so cocapt* , ,oom-,
sand if all ;soy m ental ,faculties, as at
!! lee sivisfeoqmq Isfyr,
' no :
‘PAI,'TitU,RSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL,
atilt . moment. But I was reduced to In
;fent weakaess; and there was a sensation
- '#f eitiking faintness, not confined to any
One part, or organ, but spreading over my
l i, whole frame, which plainly'annottneed to"
me that the great event was coming. Thay`
gave some Wendy iu tea spoonfuls ; but it
had no other effect - than to enable me te . ,
- utLer - a few words of affection and conso
lation to my wife rend then the power of
epOeoli departed all together. The lien
nation that succeeded, I cannot deicribe,'
Art have felt it. But I have conversed
with one or. two who have experienced
the same, and never found one who either
' by a Rpm, or by direct language, could
'oottertiy any notion of it. The utmost I
1 Cin say, I. that it was a feeling of ex
i A iuction , Fainting is very-different; Thai
I wanlyine ; and a Atingle moment of per
. fecl'iniconsttiousneaa succeeded,
" Beiiry one believed me:dead. - illy
1 Oyes were clo;tid, and weight* put tipoit
• them. 'fee loWer jaw, which remained
, drofeeal, was haunt/ 'Op- with a 'Week rib
; ben.'...114 wife was hurried from the room;
sobbing sadly ; and qiiresl lay, motinn-
' less, voiceless. mightlaas ;, groWing colder,
sod more cold, my lialb.i beeueibed, my
heart without Dulsatioa, deadt, all but in
spirit, and but with one cerpareal faculty
1 hr its original sentential:- Not only did
Imy hearing remain perfect and entire, i
Ibut it seemed to be quickened, 'sad ren•
dared tiro times more sensitive thief! deer.
1 I could heir sounds in the hottiti; tit's dis
-1 Witte from my chamber, which had never
1 reached me there befare. 'foe convulsive
1 sobbingef my wife in a distant
murmured eonVensatign of the ph clan,
in is chainber below: the little feet of my 1
childrerytreading with timid steps as the y i
passed the chamber of death : . ail tbs.
i veleta of the nurse saying, " fitish, lily'
i dent' hush." as the eldest wept aloud in .
ascending the Stairs.
"Third - was in old woman left with iv
1 " -, • - -
iiight, to watch with the dead body, and I
cannot tell you how-painful toms wee her
moving about the room, her muttering to
herself, and her heavy snoring when' she
i fell asleep. But more terrible anguish
was in etore. fin the following morning,
the undertaker came to measure me for
my man, Although, as 1 have said, I
' wits all benumbed, yet I had a faint Teal'
neat of feeling, which made me know
when anything touched me, and a con
sciouanesa as perfect as in the highest
tdaii of health. You can fancy, better
I than i can tell, what 1 endured, as I felt 1
the minea.nteasure ran over my body to
[take the Precise size for the ailful recep
tacle that was to arty me to the grave.
Then came the discussion of half an hour
between hint and the old crane in the
chamber: in regard to bl = ack glove* and
haiebands. [ Jun 'really mulliamed of my
self when I remember the sensations I ex
perienced. I never felt so unchristian in
my life ;- as I did then, when lying, to all
appeariann, dead ; and the worst of it all
Was, I iuld not muter those sensations.
Will seemed to be at' an end, even when
Consciousness remained entire. - After -
I that., what 1 most oiliatinctly remember,
was a long, dull blank. I tancy the room
Iwas left. vacant, for l' had no perceptions.
i The spirit. was loft t? itself. Its only re
maining organ of conimunication with the 1
material world had nothing to act upon,
and thought was all all. But thought
was intensely terribl e' True, thought was
concentrated altogether upon one subject.
Every man has much to repent of. Every
man who believes, has much to hope and
to fear in the presence of another world.
But repentance, hope, fear—l tell you the
plain truth—another world itself, never
came into my mind. They seemed to
have died away-from memory, with that
extinction of will of which I have spoken.
All I thoughtmf then, was, that I was ly
ing there living, and was about tole bu
ried with the dead. It. was like one of
those terrible dreams in which we seem
grasped by some monster, or some assas
sin, and struggle to shriek or to resist, but
have neither power to utter a sound nor
to move a limb.
" I will net dwell much upon the further
particulars. The coffin was brought into
room ; I was dressed in my grove.
clothes ,was moved into that narlow
bed, atik and rigid as a stone, with agony
of mind, which I thought must have
awakened some power in the cold, dull
Masa, which bound up my spirit. One
whole • night I lay there in the coffin—
hearing the tick,ol the clock upon the
Stairs—filled with strange and wild- ha.
pressions4-doub►ing whether I were really
dead, or whether I were living—longing
:to•yee and know if my flesh were actually
corttipfirti—fancying that I felt the worm.
brttke s,4littt. gray light
fen - ad-ha Way through my closed eyelids
and about au hour after, I heard the'stere
of the undertaker and - another" resat in the
room. One of them droppedimitething
heavily Oil the floor, and a Minute' after;
they - Came close to the' &Alin, and the un
dertaker asked his assistant for:the screw.
driver. U was the last instant of hope;
ill Was agony. Suddenly, I heard
wife's step quite it the foot of the stain.
'913.r.0r0d I she will never let them I
thonght. '.She who loved me o so well, who
was so dearly loved t'
" Pam: camp very a low 17. up the steins,
and the step paused at the door. -I tweed
I could almost sae her, pale and trembling
there. The undertaker asked,in a lend
voice. for 'the But the door
'petted, and Isabella's voice exclaimed,
balf.ehoked witliteers, fi Oh, not yet—not
yet i" tat inc look at him onosagain
Lose' and sorrow spoke in every tens*.
*spiritlthaaked her ; and never hed[
felt sash /idiot low. tot her as .then. tut
the idea et- living burial wee etillpre•emi-
Onost, -If shatilok that: lastlook and left
nee, an vas over: 14 aura& me beyond
Ilk description. It seamed $ gooey my
spirit to some great, trectaadixavefibri,
4it to 4".--- 1 9• toinitre,.
:won to breathe. B tu.'
_doahre that greet agony , sinale dr. o lk 94 . 11N 1 101 1 *k_kriike
out upon my forehead. It felt like noises
heti Touring through tile Shin. lid( 44 1 ,
4.esdly spin was. broken*. 74 itrini i:1 coma
gled within their tist'Oe'ring: .1 iiitlirlaied
my heed; iiii'dtt4iiii r l my !7.,•,t1yp.- ~
t' - win: loud', tong 'idirieli . ratig , rang re 4, the
febtit,'and'MY Wife cast ,hereell; : upon the
coffin, between me and t6O 4,P4\ll.o"cr'
ink the tosnlield ilp•fn his hands, . ; 1 -
1 1 ." 1 need not.tell you all that followed:;
for, here I atn,.alive and in perfect health..
Ent. i here
~ neve; recovered my origins!
colcir, and have:ever remained ss Ander,
as you Geo me now,.. The event,-liowever,
has been it warning to me. In- nano:easel,
.1 had. calmly see* people hur
t ri4,yery . early le the grave ; but ;fiver
) 6466, wherever 1. had infleencei 1 have
Prevented, the •desti '• tit-•beinv buried
before some signs of corruPtios presentee ,
themselves ; for. Lam perfeoltroonviteced
that those signs walla ottly:fAir teas Of
ideath! , •,,
~ • ,-.... .....,-;- .a.-. 1
. clidotr was the tete `tohlritt-Iriy gfaitAte r
thee/viable, itt • my-bearing . ; Rov
etend- Mr. 11—A‘ne oft beinost
pious, eiernplary evti
`Thongh not, l.'s* afraid,.:over•burkened
with religion' my gFaudtather
never 'sneerca4t religion in otherifiaud he
merely obierved, "_The strmw,happi of
toy excellent frieed,.,seernu
to me , i the ex tinction, as • it_weve, ail.
thonfhtct: a future state, in Abe terrible
condition to which you ware reduced. I
tniglat,sitoost cell it the extinction of re,
igion in yourinind, nia9l3,isopeotrdue
principles and virres..assorwaltneet
isocouat able ; far the_tnereset of- memory,
1 should:imagine,. ninakknornsecalled the
idassin which you had beedbrought up."
4 ! It MN sriery state;" a ald Mr.
•-z- 1 -3. 6 ttilmnightfully. ziwOiteln
'aveiitthing seethed *bit iiinkidayatloli 'Per t ,
, deption:Wotetire iron*, howeiftr; In sup- -
paiiiviftlit religion *tor at 'an end ;. foi
the idea of God, 'and /as mercy through
Vbrist were - presedt to me all the this%
not distinct is tht4lits, and withOtit gii
it* tne any power to', will, or to . de ;• but
as perceptions, ai belletjust as in the'
'midst of mi dream, we very olten know that
we are dreaming. I cannot explain my
self inoreteleirly ; -bUt *het:Love! I agai n
meet with periOn' who has bees .
in a similar state, 1 will compare mi 'sem
nations in these particulars—for 1 'cannot
call them thoughts--with his, and en•
deavor to arrive at something more defi
! Ouriog more than half a year's residence
lin-Japan. I nave never seen a quarrel
among young or-.old:. I have never
a blow struck :- scarcely an angry face.
have seen the children-at. their: sports;
Hying their) kites on the ink* And no
amount of intermingling strings, or- kite
lodged in the trees, provoked angryworgs
or impatience. I have Teen them intent
on their games of jaekstonet end marbles,
under the shicly gateways of the temples,
but have seen no 'approach •to -a quarrel
among them. They are taught' implicit
obedienCe to their'" paietita; but I have
never seen one or - them chastLsecf
poet and reverence for old age iinCiiireal.
• A crying child is a rarity seldon heard or
seen. We have nothing to teichlhetn in
thia reipict out of our civilizitiOn. riipea:lC
from what I know cif therlitile 'folks of
Japan; for more than any foreigFer have
I been acnonriheta. _ _ „
Of all that Japan holds; there is nothing
I like balk s° well as the happy children.
I shall always,remember the sloe-black
eyes and ruddy, brown faces with plesse•
tire. I have played battledore with the
little maidens in the streets and" flown
kites *ith at happy a set of boys 's* one
could wish to see. -They-have been my
guides in my rambles, shown me where all
the •streatus asid ponds ware, whore the
'dowers lay hid in .the thickets,•where the
beiries were-ripening on the- hint( ; they,
have brought me shells from- the , ocean,
and blessomilroni the held, -Pietaiting
them with all the modesty end ileas bash
ful grace than a young American would.
We have hunted' '
the rox holed together,
and looked Ter the
_green and . golden
ducks' ate tedges. They `have
rauglied' *reken "Japanatie, and,
taught rati!;etter a ;;'sed;for tiappi, good
natured set of children , I Will' turn ion
my little JaParime friends against" itbe
world. qpd bless the boys sod giels of
Niphou f—Lriteiiiiiont japan : r •
r• • -
A conversation with * gentleman who
reoently reyi4ikci Ziew ()dean& bail given
us a:-more perfect 901404419 n o f. the Pe
culiar advantages f running c garern.,
anent upon •'11i& morPA isles" lAuku
ever bad : bekr.,-. Where are half-a:doien
!Pee* of ,aulliorities4kare, all them
cootPillOng to' iturinan and.- : oonOloate,
imeigkle releilleAlf resiom.The frkon!la
of the *it rulsr are engaged Wel/094n
those of the former, and the surest. pas.
,port•to eke favor of-,:thettermer is, enmity
to the Wier. Slavery_ iv' believed Itr, all
to be deadcand the. negro race tole fait
followittgLike Indithi:!*a=tti - thiVebtaVi
As it seems to be the "nianfa:fittkiee
oharge of the negro to make amends for ,
hie former inferiority to the white man by
& superiority wiiith shall balanoe-the ac
onustobe black is beginning,te beleee
thit ihe'paraclige of all Rama no wont
is dawning upon him. . IL°•one finds icy
profit in working captired - plantiticq;'
in fie* no bran old AMirrt*
birevor of being meddled with by odMlcials
would hire a •black man - ‘As
any traion amitito,inii, there' ie ,tilaelit as
rim& ai there Wet .lianianwAnien! in
Poland. .1. • - .1• 11 -,
TfiteliforthertVidel who go down there
antirf atone" out of the rensnent l n of
Boatherti property are /oohed itieettaill
maawodd Winn who stole s Avg limo
6 94f*: 11 1%. 6 _ p.r.r,Ost ‘ 1 , 6 targ ic tl et 7
1 1 34iiit 1 0 Wail% !ii . !* 41 t,4 1 10: 0 410
tamps, are the allerhatirpkpreesated to
cidldrea la Ispaik
...iL rltX.;.f3u'7YL:l~~::s%s_ a: ~-1 ~ "4iY~~.`' ~~ ~_
(9:40! 1 /4 1 'f tg• raijamt . t.vvi , ry of the
*umber punegroes'buried iti-New Orleans'
inside the - teat two' -ydirer. from sixty to
• terolttidied. thetiised:
. This is' s,goodli
pldtuTei end paust deNht. any man with
", • _
'Why that the tno - mente of popping.
the question is ao terrible to young fet- .
thitthey frequently cannot iit.4.9r-A
word T Beesuse just then, ,they live the;
,fair one beyond expression,
' Why is an accepted suitor like et person
'guilty of a crime? Ho ought to be trans
people are - crazy to marry they
attack' no coneeqUervee to consequences.
tikhat mite , will ruin any man
n: l !.4l ll 6 l Ta,mt•
Whit is the, greete . 4 curiosity' in the
world 7 -,,t:mrsisaMi l • 777- 1-
W4 81 : 1 . *l* o SAD die fur love! Then
be ayearbisErell itliAkere breite: •
' 'Why is: leiver 4!4qli;` . 4'' fo c cd. ?
pause -I/ chataireast..
• Wily is a uaarrisge, certificate - like au
_artfule the publio could not de 'without -2
Bettakeie 'We a tease•paper. - '
What fltuit"iloes a newly married oou•
,pliiinratAF.cesenable? A green pear.-
Wiwi& a lemonlike An ad maid who
his been pretty 1= BecauSe it was inailelo
his sciucefed and wasti'l.
:;14' 11 Y .4siu fine young widow who entraps
in Hymeb's meshes , the heir of a prosper
'oat gentleman, like the earth,? Beanies
site is wicked ? No. Because she is fair
but deceitful ? N 0 . ,: Because she comes
round the son (sun). '
When it 3 yr .16fer • • WWI When hii
pries thrintt.': •' • '
iterity 6 Or i iire eeoonA igile or 7i "lihi4ivei ,
ritiOtio:l Qiiar like a h
Ifecanie she ia a Nem' (new ma). -
- Why iirriAnan'Whe beats- his wife like
an excgtitelY Be'ciansis
is•a perfect brutes.% L - e
Which' is the hest way of estainin ,s
-rwOhout's affections? By not . returning
• Why,is a young lady just from boarding
gobbet• like a building committee P
i ii reidy to reoeive proposals.
Why is a lover who composes a pretty
sonnet to the features of " object "
like a soldier 7 Because he knows how
to write about face.--EreAange.
Its Aka Yen Spend.
• " It's what thee'll spend, my son.'!.said
a 'sage old' Quaker, " not 'what '
make, which will decide whether times
to be rich or not." The advice was trite,
for It was Franklin's in :another shape :
Take care of the pence and - the pounds
wiu take cari of themselies." But it can
not be too often repeated. Men are con
tinually indulging in small expenses, say.
iag to . themselves tbat it; is only a trifle,'
yet forgetting that the aggregate is_ seri.
ous, that even.the sea shore is made up Of
petty grain& of sand. Tea cents a day is
even S3G 50 a year, and that is the inter-
Adel a capital of $ . 600. The man, that
saves ten cents' a day only is so much
richer than he who does 'not as if he owned
a life eistate in a house worth $6OO ; and,
.if invested quarterly, does • not take half ,1
- But ten cents a day is child's play Borne
will exclaim: Well, then,-John Jacob
Astor used to any that when a man, who
wishes to be rich, has saved $lO,OOO he has
Won half 'the battle: Not that Astor
thought ten'thduatind much, but he knew
that. in- making such a sum, a man ac
quired habits of prudent economy which
. keep hitn advancing in wealth.
gout msiny r hosvever, spend ten thotisand
is a few years in extra erpenses.atad then,
on looking back, oannot tell-as they aay,
" where the money went' to." To save is
to.gat rich; to Equal - icier, even in small
sums. is the that step towsrds.tbo.poor
in Interesting Item.
Onis *lib Must "have 644%1i - confirmed
subject of ennui has - mit . do the following
novel calculation, which is s,id to have
occupied three years of life :
''.Numbei of books, 39; chapters, 9Z);
yeses, 3,214 ;` 53'2,439 :letters,
The middle book Is Proverbs. •
• :Thoshortest verso is 14 Chronicles:l:sl c
-I .Tite 214 vet i of yin .171.4 chapter of
Eminent:4*s nll Ifti;3rsof nlpita•
" The 19th obaptir of 24' Kings and the
37th_nhaptor of f . 1%!:1 . n aro ahke, _
NZIY . TESTA NEN T
Number of ,books, 27; chapters. 270 ;
%levee, •T,958; words, 181,258; letters,
828 . 582'. •
, , ,
Tha shortest vim is Jektu xi:3s
OLP AN p.stw tiusteatio •
' Nimbi* of .books; 66 ; ohopterd. 1,189;
iorsoo, 3'072 words; '753,967 ; letters '
3,80,6 , 80- . .
TheJoiddle •ohupter sod lugs! iu tbei
7. Minima! VW& iiriadllag.
"tietiainner id *Mob National Daoka
ire. started Itx Abe ,West ttiecimplettity ,
ptpeol by. Lord's' Cincinnati Dittecti , r, as
batik • .olganiaed with.
t aw : - ,llpital 'l'69 sum
.ot Sl.oo',o6it is inhscrilied and'paid ir,t;', This
ia infested in Unittri States boodit;;whitti
is . deposited. with. the Compiroller,.. and
$9OOO issued. " This- Li :need
hal:1114 for piirglys . tiiolptitiier bonds, and
a farther inatalinenk Lei% SBI,OIXI obtain
ed irretwentiy:: This is agiin used,Coibei
jost , tiptiieciAs ' $73,0n0 to eutrenei are
,i'aisiii44;l;:44o on "ad 'tttnit;i'lt; ,l4 h!le the
$lOO,OOO, and beettred pad deposited boa*
to the iiniolitiCol27l,o o tc:Vlsl-, in
sit . 1444,000.
Patalassa together era mitt. have sslsioott
; lot! .look at the
Elirat:4(. 4;16, itiOttc m cur-
•70‘47:14 t3144P - Lict.tgesk
at 8 per ant., $14,640; total, $51,8801„
.: , 'NUMBER
oeeuee app,:nef lo w owspoct.ipa r ol our
Th'ealispshooteirs d bah sWeis had
gut- mitred xboyi efitnethilapend la wi been
shooting at sash :other allll thosiodsing.
On& fel low, finally week •up from *behind
his shelter, makintsiterne kind' ot:4o4Pree
Mason sign, • shoats - out,' "1101 lock,
:EWA- We are getting hungry rinithose
stop , awhile and trikeedinitirer 4 Reb
-aniiisets,' , .. Well, Yank, say . we do i , wilt
.you-itereil"-: verri ..- -Titu;siiiii- along
the I kite; Pad - *II *ha Parties made their
coffee, the Ralis.4iciaking sham and the
yiLuk., real. -ittirpec. -_liViten they were
through, Yank isaka,„"Ana you ready,rover
that 1 0 '• Yes' Well , thenithekuce
is Up; anti go at it ii,gatu.' ;And
at they wen t' swain. • " •••,•
Thei.orres idle th r that'" Attie
Led ) 9 A; to - 111P , Sw tow
eizipr if 14 for soldiers to ebbs° to
in — understanding than it 14 for :tigliti
cl;ini,"' Einctly, p 1
now pro p ose 'th.4;they 'fiare'ionao•
thing to sap afintit peiee,to7the I Sliiiteen
ti lff re,
.titiitin - peritderniFtVor'biVis of the
" iAlf6 111[ ' 4 l PrJb 41R 0 VS' BATA
lartst" . l'WV - lin - Aanti s lrtelj diet' of
tho!ertt: In 111'; midst of ffie"inT.st acute lioO'dily
poin,r Stier Ore- iistij * of defitit" Via ieiieled
kLts'esod'irlitle Writhing in siony, hli ietate
wife said to Mtn: •
"Well, Me.•Grizele, tfu'n.tedn't 'nil - lista
so sad weir sll the itileit7l"-
dying. . ; , •
A fif,iittijirAwb,—..4- chrinami
per, iti - speaftiii4ahe orerilirow of the reh
ele,Al, AU/ 0 4 4 . sibfs 14i.jtuit,higore lity Fed.
oral 'troops lintatr,otl & e 19wi rn ilyp r .bbijana
COMiley, OM. : 1 4 . 4i44904 , 4 013 .
w.eri flivsgsling . aloog with vsfry rstiard
' °Aire. .g .
„hie pen, Cap in
Shouted:- "CfoSe up, eloss,up J • lf lits,spolmy
`ier.e fire when yOU're .stisgelft4 gong
that way, they couldn't bit 0 5 14844 pit . s of
your The boys "closed up imatodtitely :
, Ilustutpt et TRI Jupe.i.—ot 060 . 0 11
itildente,obllAe4l . to sleep, Wit4l4/llri*ran
to a 9r 4 Td 4 htl;.e. -the .841wifig tits -
ieie4i Oa onsumi: e . . ,e j
" . .“‘Pat, you would lisVe i'Stnp4letl2 . Jrg
1111114 n the ofd opuntribefottiljou oottltl have
slept with.sjodie,'WOtlld jou not !"
" Tee, yorhoior," said pet ; I Wilk.
your honor would have been a long time in -
the culd counthq before ye'd boon alti'dge
EttrUN NATErEt.—,Some itiguAtely
remarked; "there is a goof deal of Viktor),
nature in- man.ii ''lf crops eat seouioitady in
bays. One of the ankles in .be
Slitesschusette,irtio Vas' Olt* xioY, Iniardisit.
:id by i Idedisdy. The Attie feilerssenisesuf.
teeing &mealy, sad - kis visite? liked /dm if
:she could do aaything foe .161 In . •. •
. "Yes," repliod-the patient, 41 read to me."
44 Will you hero a story r naked thallady.
• " No," nusiteredlthe boy; read Man the
Bible ; read 'about Laaaran ;" and: th*Jady
complied( - ' , ,
The:iteza ciay the That ,was repealed: and
again the boy asked-the lady to , read. vJ
"Shall I relt4 from the Bible l" she imittir-
"Oh! no," way the reply, "1 am better
to—day; rind ate a lone story !"
Dcawanzt C001..-‘4. lady wile batiste
what Bahobacialian sponse, resolvedlaiSsight
sit him into temparauco. She therefor. en..
gaged a watchman, tar 6, stipulated•reward,
to carry *. Philander "4o the watolvlssuse,
while yet iq.a state of insionsibyityL and to
friglalhu him a little when he rscoversti t - P,'ln
eontequenoe at this arrangement he vit.° up
about eleven. o'clock, and found htmaali on
his elbow. lie looked around until. his eyes
ratted on 4 man sitting by a fief@ and smok
" Where am I?" &Eked X'Stlacter,
-"In a medical a'tltege," said the.
" What a doing there'''
Liuing•to be out up."
" Cut up—hew comes that ?"
Why, yeti died yeiterrday, while drunk,
and we have bought i — Our carcass- anyhow
from Your wife, who had a right to aelra,-for -
We all the goOd 'she' could ever Make out of
you. If you are not- load, ire 'no fault OT the
doctors, and they'll cut you up dead or aiiie."
Q.You will do it, eh ?" asked tbs - old not.
"To be sure we wili—Ciew—itarnedistely,"
van the resolute-answer.
Wsll.--loch o' kere, can't you lee us bare
roioethiog'!o.4rink - before you begin."
Osa or Iltel Ficood..:-A preacher of cue of
•tbii MethodbeCabortheis wa.4 traveling in one
of the back sottlements;..and stopped at
cabin;irlitere an old 44 received him very
itiudly , ,. After sattinp provisions befere him,
she began. to question hint. " Stranger,i what
Maas/4 yea be-fro - 20" Madam, 1 reside
in Clinton 'county, Pa." "Wall, stranger s
hopo uo offence, bat what tneug,ht you a.
date :Way up,b r isre stscul, I am-starch
ing fur the /est sheep of thetribe of Israel.'
''John,, John shouted the old lady, " come
rite here this minis; here's a stranger all the
way: from Clinton county, Penneylvaita,
unntri fi ' stock, and jest bet my life that
langle-hhired, old, black_ ram, that's bin in
out lot nil lost wock's vat" of his'etr"
•bostoo hackman recently
• • •
drOisA t potißle of Englidlunet, to see *lnky,
; 113-vin g ostistied theirouri—
oeity North" as the Mon i ument was oonoerned,
th e y retereed to the btek, where they found
the driver , sitting quietly,pppn h4,esaf t. _ .. 44l
say, driver," aayiv.ottet,:of , the Engiisittniu,
this is the Oa* where we Znglignite* we
you Yankees s dem'd threshing about eighty
years since." 4. Wall " osyv the
. driver, G don't
know as I aver hoard tell about that: bat
who owns the land
Batmerosir (ley 'Ample
fartierriilkeltidlairCitied s4lO relative,
aewitorner , ,, via* oeteplaining . ( t" the . great
expense of cfaneral:eavaleadn,ln the (*tatty.
" !Fby, do yen lamy your ettoreeje here I"
asiedloote. : , , ,
. 0 TeL to-be:lure we do ; bar else"
.o, , wenever do that In
nll. !), said' the tither, muehAnAtleed
4'49 'nzinge Ikea r °
nf.T...fiknOtt* Pea** WPSObliit di ,
At*Jarfute oat in the nolkoversktlif by bib.
sett; tuck WO' deOP # ibis)* open Ai
and in the ntoreinc4Tialre." -6
"Inifeed - Law I da
alaeaeiaent 11 .44 4 1,44., hoit ia
Why, t t ial wpm* eisar.iali4llllr.
Loop 11441341WWiritiosi;iniW oriklakoss
is the room tke next morning."