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• • • .T;;L: BROWN, • *. •
•SEEVEYOR, BBAPTSMAN, CONVEYANCER and Beal
Estate'Agouti . Office, Elk Co., 'Pentea
Chapin Era .• • • - /54w117; Rik • .
: :Eon. Thomaa Struthers, . 'Warren ' • Pe: ,
W. 'El...Brownell, Esq., ;... tttttttttttttPa.
Hon: -A. 1.. Wilcox ..........:...Buena Vista, Pe. •
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• • • , - •• • CARVER . ' HOUSE, '• . • • • ; • ',•
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Joan E.• HULL PronriCtor, corner or Wa t er and Hickory
•Streata, Warren, Pa: G eneral Btage Office.:: •' -
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Wholesale and 'Retail Dealers in Family Grocerles,'Pork ;
. Flour, :liialt; , Feed, ...o - 'Oro.. Under, E. B. Mason's'
,Stove Store, East Ode of 'lke Public Square, Brnelnport,
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. • •••• .'•;•. •. I. C.:BACKUS'dc.CO.'. - -. • •
Getquut . Dealere in Dry 000di,: Groceries;', Crockery
eady-Made Clothing; :Boots and Shoes,dlato and Cape
Ice., Opposite the Court House ) Smetbport Pa. . ...
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Wholesale' and. Retail Dealer In.Prot•isions and family
' Gibearles, Dell:Mods, Boots ~.Show' flats, Caps, Nails,
Yankee Notions, etc', ,ke, . ewe one 'door west of the
Astorlionse. Tertn.;,•cash. . - : • ' —,- ' • •
. • . • 70B111..H • 0118E, •' • • • .
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Fronting the Public: liquare.,.- Olean, N. Y. Jentua Al.
' Afrumn. Proprietor. The "robes Muse is entirely nen
and built of brick, and is furnished in modern . style.
The proprietor flatters himself Mitt ' his accommodn.
• Nona are not .surpassed,hy. any hotel In Western New
York. Carriages run to and from the New York and
; Erin Rail Road.- • :
...BYRON D. X.A7}17.1;f,
'llrfolt mire' Lair; SmOthport,. BPl:lean • County . , • Pa„'
.'Agent 'for. 'Messrs...Renting &. Coin' Lands Attends
logpecially to the thilleetioto of Claims; Examination of
Ntil k d Titles; Tay/tient of Taxes, and all business
to Beal Estate:'Orrice in .Hamlin Moak.-
on,Exers Rani: • •
AA Table' will :be ettppliod: with the beatbeet the
:!dei and he spare no paine in aboomodetie
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• • IL.GOLD , R(IGERS,' . r . . • .
Attornejtra d OonnfOlor at Lai Will attend to .:thecol
loction - o Chthis aSkl 'accounts In the Counties nf . Pot ,
'ge'...El.kl,3efl'eren, and •Oloar6eld. r ..o,
aunty ~ dnietliport,..l l 4 , l4an
4',,t-.1 rusted to his care for the
and Elk. will he promptly
t , ourt Ronan Second floor,
A tto they. atid
counties Cr I
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Phyaiclan and Surgeeni t •Smotti l '.
.. all profeasinnal.calla with. prouT P.,a '. W i L lc a e t
i t n nd ap . tei
' ' N: 8.1317'4ED. di• ••• .•••
*hales:de and R . etai beaten In .4taplo.ane w p .
i, ey D r ,.
Goode; Carpeting . ; Ready, &fade Clothinl it
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' Furniahlog Goode; Boots and Shoes,.Wa I ne eneral
• Paper; Looking Gl:deans Olean, N. N.Y. .• ndow
: "~ BENNETT ROUSE,.
.Bmuthport; 1)..E..14:1NETT, Preprie
tot'—oppoEite the Court rienee: A rkeu, large, tom
. modioutrand well•furnished Louie. • ~
• ' • ..• . , 701 IN WOWS -
Attorney and liouttseEdr at ean,oo
WilLettend to all business in hie profession In the
• cenintlea of Dliffean;Potter and Elk. • Wise over 0, Kt
Eartirell Biothersi Store. •
J. Ci; tfoimes, Proprietoe, • Sreetkport, Co., Pa
• Stages to and from this place km; bete. Coed accom
modstions and reasonable prices.. • .
. • -. .•' • : OIDEOX. IRONSi • - • • .
Disler in DriGeode;,Greetrleti, Pork,. Flour:Salt; Fteli
... noady-Made• fllbthing, Hoots and /Emelt. Store ta Ea,.
totes old Mind, amelliport Pa:. GeneralTatent Medi-
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~ ; .• ,-. : HAOKNRY..HOUSE, * •• - • •
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Corner of Second and. Liberty. streets * . Wirvili, Pa. II
A. Beison, Proprietor. Travelers will find good 17" 6 "
Commodatiorui and reasonable charges. • ; , ...
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'*setts; -- w ai t
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appanod tiltre, - acc•-,
Dealer In Eltovea,Tln W ^of
Bide. or the rov... iSti4re, ;( SmethpOrt, Rs. CaNtelli
theshortest settee, and In • the •
work done troraer on . .
• iiios itoitantlat.lnanneT• ' :- • , - • .
Dealer In Dry Honde,'Orneerlea, Oreekery, Hardware
Beate, Shoes, Hate, Hape;Hlaea,Halla, 01la, dm ? /ko
. Baskidde the Public Square; Smetliport, Da.
'Dealer in Prartehans and Family Graoeries generally, at
• -Farmers Valley, lifil(ean Oa., :Pa.'Grain,Dumber,
' Elhlares,'lbe;, taken In sash ge for Goods. Paten Ned t
nes . for axle , . . . , .
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• . • LABABEVE HOTEL
LenAnsi,.. Propiletor,-Alleglieny. Bridge, ld'llean
Co:, Pa . ' This house to situated about nine miler' from
Smethport on the load to O leany and will be found 'a
convenient stopping-plies • ' •
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•-•.. • .- YMPORIIIIII .110118 E, • •
..SitipPea,liVireaci Oa:, Pa. :Ll:mains Oomi;PrOprielor•
' . A commodious aid. well-l'urnished• house. Strangers
sunt tiliyelers.cill•tind good atcommodations. • '•
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..IPARILEREV VALLBY,•HOTEL~ • -•
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By T. GoymON: .11110 bootie fe Abated abontrlve_ndloll
fromillmetbOort on the road to Olean.' Pleasure portiell
and °theta cad be acoommodate'd on the aborkest notice.
• ALIIBED',IIAL.VMAY4II)IISE i •- -
N 42114 Donnie; 'impolite* , ' , This liouie to situated beat
-way between tlitnithport ant Olean. " It you want a good
Onner tkle GLb plies.bintop:, • . • -
c HORDIIIy CORWnri -''. , '
Le Gait UHL •el Meeleinfealierg t 'Mo
ra. . Ilene. Meal, and, Seed, cons tantly ,
for sale, in,large and e mail quantities.
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Proprietor of -
OD UM an. j
War,A4 14 . 10 . ,
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RAILROAD. BOUBE , . . •
eit'Pieprfetoi, Norwich; BlTean
•eommOdatloae tutu be had there at all
' 'l , O :. ALLSOMNY HOUSE, .• _
WILLIA M II A '..' it Piorfotor, at Poe' Allegany, bra.:
Relin COM:I a. ' This Hotel io situated at tho Juno
,Me of the L , Tort • sott.AlleiWir Slyer toads, nine
mites cut ' ' " 1 ., ' 2 ,4 1 ,.. dipt:g* ':"
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y clog Ont.,' : " I' l l4W-fli, 0 United States and
1.4 then looki ' , , - I‘', l '. 4 ..deeand of _Fere! Bt,S ' inith
and yo u wil l . fin vi a -11': Mason's Tin 'Shell, all on
the n a p.tat,,
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aid s : . '
her eloi r.
crowd.will oft exolahrt—
... other now tlll eihlnight ohhies,
I tut tl:liss of other ttmes. •
• nal •eay it lfthey
peopte lore hlereeniory
other, now the desele dim, .;:'
other i kill tut now of Mei
• 7 ehildters; Pl'ot!ir iiNither• .i ' . •
.i eati.hlm onee,,by lane attended;
, attinie has passed this Many &leer;
Pos. mires - 10 30410 dip'. werib.eplod
On climbed the hill .andnish',..
To where I 'aratehed . hini passing by; , ..
Small . his hat iipop that day, , : ~. •:.' '
'• And henore a miat eiray; . • •:', .
And whon'he pan me shake with, dread, .
'Good day to yon,'My dear,' henaid:lt.
i. , 0 . 11, and, mother, hilt true? ", .• :,. • "
' Mother,. did he speakto lire'? .. ".. .
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thla ii..tear ha/messed silty; '
4441911! streets I letind
To Notre• Dame be rode that day, • •
hia gallant iionat 'around him
All eyes admired the. 'hoer the while;
No face th - at did not wear a einile..
• Bee how brightly shine the elpeid • .
•'Tie for him the peoidefi cries! •
And then hie face wag /oft "with joy, •• -
Yet 'Clod hed.btaised hini with'n boy n_
"Mother, oh, hoit glad to ace ' • • '
Daya that must eio happy be:''
. g Ihst when Wei cam provinei ran'
The Woody armies of the strangers,
Row 4 e 'seemed', that famous
To fight against a 'Limas:fed dangers.
One evening feat like this one here, .'
I heard a knock that made me Mari :* '
Entered when topakt: the doer • .
Ile and guards; per/tapes 661 . 0,
And * united Where I ait ; hosaid.
qio what a war have I been led!!
"Mother, and.was that the chair? •
Mother, was he Seated theref”
itianie,'l am dry!' then he cried;; •
I Eat our. btiad and Wine beiore him; '
Then at the, Lire his elothea he dried•
: . .k.nd slept while, watehedlie followers o'er hii
yheri with a etait lie 'rinsefron,i . •.- .
rto saw main
. my terror' weep,
• And he Bald ' Nay , our Prance is strong;
ikon I will avenge het: wrong! , •
It le the dearest thing of mine, •
The 'glue 'which he drank his wine); •
"And through .oh,ange at good or. ill,
Mother, ;you hive kept It still ') . • ' • • r
Mt OLD GRANDMOTEM
I find'the , inarks:of MY shortest steps beside
those of my beloved motber;which were mess
ured by my own, says' , Alexander Dumas, and
so conju'res up one, of the sweetest images in
the world.. He ivas,revisitiriethe home of his
infancy; he was .retracing the little
around>it in which he had once walked; • and
strange flowers could not etface; and rank grass
.coOld nat . conceal, and cruel ploughs could not
obliterate, his ctehortest, footseps," and his
rriother's beside theni, measured by his Cisvp'.
And who iTeeds to be told.ivhose footsteps
tbiyirere,that thus kePtlimi with (he feeble
pattihng of. childhoodls little feet? It .vraii no
,behind wboiti'Ascapins walked "with.
equal •in Virgit'S line,- but a strong,
Stern maii - ;•rho could have borne him soli.Doi.
been_buidenA,' folded' him in his arm, and not
been wearied; 'everything, indeed`could
'have done • for Itim,• but just whet he . .needed
mostcbuld not aympathise • with him—he
could not be a child itga;'!" cAh, a . k
t he rare art is
that—for;_iadeed itA au, arts to bac
great old cloek4' .time ' and be 'boy once
more! MaW,imagination can easily,. see the
(Ind a but how hard is it to see the man
a chile; and he,Who had learned to .glide back
'into that rosy time when he'did not know that'
therns were under roses; or that clouds Would
ever rettirkafter the thought a.
tear, could stain - a:eheek no more than a droP
of rain a flower; when he fancied.thatlife had
no diegaise, and hope no blight , at: all—has
come ' ad near is , anybody:can to :discovering
the north-west.passagato Paradise . ..,"
.And it is perhaps, for thiareasonthatit is so
Much easier for a mother'to: enter the kingdom
of Heaven than it
,ie for the rest of the wotld.
She fancies she la
_leading thachildren, , when',
after all the children'araleading.her, and they
keep her, indeed- where the river iaharrowest
and . the air is clearestE and the beckoning of the
radiant hand is so plainly semi hoot the , other
side that it is no vvonder she so often lets go
her clasp upon the little finger she is bolding
and goes over to the' neighbors, and the chil
Oren follow like lambs. to . the• fold, for . we
think;it 'ought someivhere .to:rbe 'written:—
"Where the mother is, there will the children
.`But_ it,was not of
_the mother we: began to
think, bit of . .the . ..dear,. old-fashioned' grand
mother, whOia . thritad of . loVe - ,!rby , band" onT
life'S little Wheel' svalicinger •and, stronger thin •
,we Maki it now, wasWodhd'arbundand about
the . children" she saw playing ha‘,ther children's
arms,. in. a true love knot that nothing but: the.
shearsof Atropos conld'oever;,for snarler days
are over and autetiniWinde are blowing as they
come bleating from the yellow:fiehls, by the
crimson thread we wound abouttheif , necks
April or May, and so undo the 'gate and let the
Bleosed. be 'ilia children.'who have in eld
fashioned- grand-Moth ' they hope for
grad -mot h er.: = As.
length of daVsiet them, love and honor her, for
v e can tell. theM theyr.r , ill never find anetbeit!
- PA- THURSD " ,
SMEMeicoltp MIKEA.N UNTY7._ -9: En'
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.;There: is a large old , jiitcho,Titetiletiliere: in
114.1)4844nd an eld-flishieheiLir4ii4::there:.
in, with its stntioth,Old jambe of stones-.4moitit
with min*. knives 'ft* had heed •:eliarpened
1 therit ,- -smneth with many:, little'/Ogera ' that'
have - clung tiqji, 'rivers 'are %andiron,, itio , -- ,
the Old andirOtil;'With rhugs'in the top; wherein
many teiuples Of,Hagsehtie been y bugded, with
apices and'turrets of erimaci. 1140,11* bro ad
worn hearth *Ore by feet that hare beentern
'and bleediitg by the'way, or beep made'cgliettn
tittil,7 and walked upon floors of teseilated mild.,
There' are'tonge in'tha corner,.., whroeivith we
grasped a coal, and "blowingni`a littli•life," ,
lighted our '
.first' ,candle; there is 'a . shOvel,
wherewith were drain, forth the glowing em-,
bars in which we . tale , out...first.' facies' and,
dreinsed our . first dreams-the ;shovel' ivitli
which we stirred the Sleepy logs till the sparks'
rushed up the .chinney am ita 'forge 'were in
blast belovi, and wished vie had so many lambs, :
so many marbles; or so many somethings that
we coveted; and so it was we wished oar first
There is a chair—et low rush-bottomed
Amin therels a little Wheel in . the corner, a
big wheel in the garret,,a loom itithe cham
ber.. There are chests full of Brinell and yarn,.
. of rare pattern, and samplers in
And everywhere and always , the dear old
Wrinkled face of her whose firm, elastic iteri,
mocks the: feeble saunter of her child! en's '
children- . ,the old-fashioned. "grandmother' of
twenty years ago.'. .She, the .very .providence
of the old homesteed-- . -ehe `wh ' o' loved us all;
and said she wished.. there'• were more of In to
love, end took all tke school , ir. the Hollow for
grind-chiidrin beside. • A areat ezpsineive heart
was hers,•beneatb that woolen :;gown, or thia
.more 'stately bombazine, of that sole heir-loom
of silkin•teiture: . • • •
.We can see her, today , those.mild bue eyes,
with more of beauty i n "
their than time . could
teach, or death demare.than hide—these eyes
that held both. smiles and tears,.tvithin the
faintest; call of .every one of us, and soft re
proof, that seemed not passion 'but regret. 'A
white tress has escaped from her, 'snowy cap,
Is/Le has just restored a wandering lamb . to its
Mather; • she lengthened the tether. of a . vine
that weestraying over a windmi, as she came
in, and plucked'a four-leaved clover for 'Ellen.
She sits down by the little wheel—a tress is
rimnire' throligh , ,,-,.. , riir•' dizietti;fritY7l 2:17-gil7M2,7';,
disheveled head, when a amen voice cries
“Grandma," from the old. red cradle,. • and
ci•Grandonat" Tommy shouts from the top of
the stairs.. Gently she lets go the thread, for
ifer•patience is alniost as beautiful' as her char
117, and she touches the little red bark' in 'a
Moment, till the young Voyager is in a dream
again, and then directs Tonimy's unavailing
attempts to harrieei the Cat. The tick of.the
clock', runs faint and, IoW, and .alie opens •the '
mysterious . - door, and proceeds .to . wind it up.
We are alt 2 on tip-toe; and . ,We leg' itra breath
to be: lilted up one by . eine, and look - in, the
hundredth time, .upon Itie ' tin'cases of • the
Weights, and,the' poor lonely pendulum . , which '
goes to and fro, by its , ti tle dint wiridOw, and
nevercomes out in the mid, and out' petitions
•and • ..
are all granted, are and we
~all touch with efinger intr7simidcrfat 'Weights,:
and themoatc of the little 'wheel'ix resumed.
Ws 4 li'ary to be married or• Jane to bewrap
pa4 in eshroud? So"meekly did she fold; the
white hands'of the one 'upon her still besom,
that there Seemed to be it prayer in..thern there,
and so• sstreetly did
,ehst : wreathe the. 'white
rose in the o t he r, that one Would not hate',
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wondered had more roses bedded•fer eampany,
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How she itood•hetween us. and • apprehended,
harint'how the rudest of us-softened ' ioeneatti,
the gentle pressure Of her faded and 6entinloui
hand V From her eapaciotii pecket .
was eiter.withdraWn closed; only to.be Opened
in; our own, with the sluts she .had gathered,
the ck.rries she had.plucked, the little egg she' ,
had , found, the igturit over" she hid.,balied,:the
trinket she hadPurehased for , S, as theiWeduct.
of; spinning, the blessing ehe had stored for
us—the offspring of her heart.' /..• . - ' . ••
"What treasure of story fell ;from thoseold
lips; of good.faries and ftvil;'Zol- the. old time
when'She was a girl; and we wondered if ever
—"but then she :couldn't be haOstimer or dear
er—but that she ever was•iilittlii" . And then;
when, we begged her to sing!. fiSing us one of
the old songs you used to
.sing mother, grand.
“Children, I- •can't sing,” she always sa id;
and mother' used to_ lay her knitting- so ftly
down, and -the kitteil.stopped playing wlt4 Ore'
yarn upon the floor, and the clock ticked lov(e't
in the corner,- and the fire dietfilOwn to aglow,'
like, an old heart 'that it neither chilled * nor
dead;lind grandmother :sing. To 4 sur e ;•.,t
wouldn't do for, the parlor ". and : th e , concert
room noWailayi; but then it was the old kitell:
en and the old•fashioned grandmother,,and the
Old, ballad , in , the 'deer, old -Hines 11,131.1 Ni; can
haidly See to write for the memory 01r/the:it,'
though.iels I hanes , breadth. to theliunaet
WeXllshe ' .4er voice" was feeble and
Wavezing, liken fountain jnet:ready tO fall, but
then bowl s %Int -toned it aud; ip:be ca me
deeper' and stronger; but ,, iit couhfet pow
evreetat,' What i,cjoi'of grief" ip waisionit, •
there - around the fi re; all' et:tia,'•iinerit Jane,
that a':'inayer basonn,
thoughts vrneaiv, whin the' hall,doui. opened a
FromentbrtheWind, 'butt en . .we Were •not
'afraid, for•Ween't old'arnne a shef
to -,sit tliere . minifnii the tlie, , ind'Weeir ever.the .
Wines the fOaties inthe ;WoOds l '!.wha lay
.hymtde.iwthegteat solemn shadows;
and bow,stratOY,ll ll 44We ' falt ;When the . rob.
inJrid'hreist. , cove r ed . them with leaver i :And
last of 41.*heittler)ingelttoe11 theni oat of the.
-• 2We may , thiek:What*Ceilllof:it noev4,
the song and the atoritMardititittdthe"kiteh.
.fire ktve .. 11 Auught` and
molt of *",i7
ever memory. Weer/win: pet:itivletdeie.e :41t- 1
tribute 'Whatayar: we may to:the'setonl and thel
`schoolmaster; the ray. 'which.ntake , i` th"at little.'
. day, we-call life, radlato from the Clod-swept'l
circle of the lieeithetoae... -
"Then s4s sings , an' old
inother—hr mother Alpe to her; "but ebe,'Arieei
net sing itit4roug4, and - lalteri , eiii.,ele.drine.,
She rests her:tided 2iMon her,'lttinde(and it."is
silent in the old kitchen. :
~ Sainething • glitter'',
down . 6etv:;esU:hoi Angers . Are:light;
stud it lOoks like rain hi theaofkinnahiim . . The
. when old - grandmother ',ie . thinkin g
heard the song, and orthe . voice that sant
when, a light-haired and light-hearted : girl she
hung around that Mother's chair, 'nor elw the
shadows of the years that Were to Come:
:the daye that are no morel What'spell can we
weave to bring them back again? '• What words
• • •
, can we•unsey, what • deeds undo; to..set back,
just, this onceo heancient elock'Of timer,
So all our little hands were forever clinging
to her garments, a n d .stayingTherfioM.dying,
for long ago she had done : living for herself,'and
lived atone,in us. But the old kitchen wants
a presence to"-day, and the rush-bottomed chair
is ten ant lege.
Hon; she used to welconte us when We .Were
drown, gild esti* back onee.more to•the home.,
We thought we were men •and wometn,:'but
were children there. The Old-fashioned grand'.
mother was blind in the eyes i lint she aaw , with.
her heart; is she : always did. We threir our
long shadows through the open , door, and she
felt them as they fell over' her form, old •sh;
up and saw tall shapes in'tfre doer
way, and She seys, ci.Edward I know, and
cy's voice I ean•hear, but whose Ia that btlfer..
It '.must. be. Jane's"—for she had .Olmost'for
gotten the folded Ilinds. "Oh , . no, not ' Jane,
he—le t le-*Lidie",' Is wiitine . for
isn't she?" 'And the old grandmother . •-won-.
dared 'and wept. • .
• "It is another daughter; 'granduither, that
tdward ha's Inought," . .say.s some one, "for
your. bteasing." -• , -
ctilas she blue. eyes 2 •lny son? Put her hand
in mine, tor she hi m.rlatest born, the.ebild of
my old age. • Shall I sing you 'a song, chibiren?"
Hei hand is . iri bar'pocketJaa old;.iihe fe idly
rambling: for a toy, n welcome gift : to the thil-
died thathave cnrde again.
One of ifs, men akwe'' thought'We• were; is
weeping;,.. she hears: the half suppresseseb;
shit ,:says; as„ she extends , i . her , feeble • : hand,
qlere, nip peer Child,. rest upon grandmother's
,wlll protect i'AU from : all herrn.
Carrur,- children, Bit around the - fira agaia .
Shall :'I Birtg . ynn B Bong ;or tell kquil.it9rYtr r
gitr the.fire; rot it. Ili c;.)Id; .the
s nighta 'aro
The'clOck: in the corner struck nine s , the bed
irneof those old'days. : The *Ong of life'ivse
ndeed sung, the, story told; .it w as J4d-tiaie at
• •, r ' .
taut, 9ood night to thee, grari : dmother The
old,-faehioned gratidmOther ;mai' no mote,' and
urpt s mist
,bir forever: Eut we will eet up a
:tablet in+ the 'rniclet . of the ,. memory,. in the,
midst cif the heart, end write " on it , only ;hist
" • !MOUND TO TUE. 711ZUORY Of , TUE •
. , 4 7 4 ?Op:,BLEISS ItEti rOßEintg.'• • •
A, few miles below l'oughlreensie,„.New
York,.there now !lies, atia.hit. livedfor 'save
4rat years past,, a worthy clergy Man, a man,
. however, very short in siaturs. Upon a 6,-.
tain Sunday, about eight, years - Igo, this cier
,gyrnan *as invited by-a pastor of a church in
that to fill his, pulpit for the4ay. :The
incitation wakaccepted, and Sunday morning
saer,lgr. --- intim ifappeared
that the pulpit wai a. very: very high orie, and ac
cordingly nearly hid thp poor little clergy Ma n.
HoweVAr, the congregation; out of
respect, managed to keep their. countenances,
and with over pious faces,, Seemed, religiously
anxious for •the'text: They Were not o bliged '
• . .
to wait, long, for k noise and Orli* little;•eyes
suddenly appeiveo over the top.;of the pulpit,
and a,squeakini, traMulous.voica preclaiMedin .
nasal tones thelext ..43eof,gOod cheer
,; it is
1, be not nfraid."..,A general roar' of laughter
folloWed: the announceinent 7 -thp clergyman
became confused, and turned all Boils Of colors.
Many in 'the, general uproar left the church,
and,it was a long time before the minister was
enabled toproceed with - his sermon; so abrupt
ly,broken o , .
ff.. : •
Afternbon . came; and the little than, standing
on a footstool; had ifeir viesrof. the atialetice,
The tei4,wirtts,ennounced for duo
while'endYe shall not see lae." ItiThe cootie'
'of his sermon Tepeated:his text wish; great
earbeetness,'and stepping beck; lost eleoi
ted'Msition disappeared 'frenihis henrets.
The effect may ,be same readily iniagined.than
4,1141:10 . 4 5§11r.
4 • ' ; ' , 0. 4
prifeidea.: tit tt'ifive '**l - 0 u,*
morning'thee. blayrintot* rp.
Ca miridia *4'oollooi,
at Salem, a bell hulkatid t e
settlem The pliblic 3pligiptit
commenced at D in.ihe • ,tnordin4 ,
pied :Item mix to`.'Cight'hotite; 4 ; 4
termissloti of one hour for ditinar.,,Ther:oo44*
CullectedrplitePnlctusdlyiii thelitiv'coinpell #
their itttindance, And, there .
, for:any one rhojc , oilfi tog, rmi to atectinga.„
~11,Ixton •nailed '. ll Pon.ihe'•iuinistas
:him.to in. the. , ismn;:inantlet , 3hat. the
iitniritt no* conducts' the jUdge''fistiiiis t Iftikt - s" ,
courts. 'Theta ,;were:no pewit' id tha,,,charkh;
and the congregation had places aisigned them
nprin the ruda:,:benChes; .at the
meotink, acioi4ing 'to their eiei`:importance ;
and'social standing; A person . . was
neCupied tbo .meat Ot
Jur' Ideal MOO .
ries "reveal tijuk 4 .#fide).ttlt7e''. l 9 l o jealousy were
active passions arbonittlts Men of
and it was a difitcult
. .aseat the nteeting.;toiiiiir4
'Many of the early cluirches of Neve .Enghuid I
had two 'clergyrnem ono who was
Patitor,' the other the.Teicher. fiabhatii
services were ai foltnivin ',The cosigregatiatr.l4-' ,
jerribled at an , early. hour—nevei later than
o'clock. • After prayer r A chapter from oei3r
ble , tiit s'of thlelste'ra a
wa read by oes • ent ,
pounded at length.' many of
,the'il , uircheS;
however, the Bible Was not read at all, and it'
took sonie, years of agitatfou earn; that,irin:
A psalmin . mitre Wnelnet, sung;
which was dietated line:by linele the ;Owe
gation;. this service was usually performed by
of the deacon'. :The preachisr did not take .
part in the introductOry services . : . •
:, The baptisms, cases of church discipline, and,
collections, • always took pleceiktheatierneee.
The r!lOng...prayer” usually, occupied from
houp m to 'an
. hour and 'a half, and :.
.rnany (4 the,
'kimono of this period make from "hundred to;
a hundred andlfiftY pages ThereWera'con
from one of the. deepens.. 'lase boxea Were not
carried iciund, but thecongregationi arose and'
proCeeded to the . deacon's seati'and , depoolteri
their offerings Ths .moesiratio . aro , Airief
getAtternein":'yvalied op first; •ihe'elders next,
and then folloWed• tha . gtcommon `peopler'," tilts`
'ceremony' occupied, much, tint", Besides; be
money liven, ; persons 'brought'verities Redid
artieles goads as offerings . ,
tops were diitributed the deacs,
. t o . the
miniltet:s and the
,poor. • ,
The 'trials 'OCClelliastical,offerideie t it 'tit*
close of the Seilices, o ft en itfibided:much
citement and amusement; fnt'iothe oilbnces in
.. tlll3es !ores %Torn and the ficopfes
lions" of thi *offender were ' heard with moot
interest:: :01tenthpei the fniblic.sertlitxt *Ole
eentinued.until, after tluer•L' Alf!i',r *4o_ boo .-
dictlon, the ministers went .ont hf the church;
botelitg to the people on both; ides'ef the lisle,
as they all sat in silence;until the , clergymen
and their felines had gone:out. Few Peritnia;
44.1inaginai"vrould le .- willing to go beck to
these Sunday caret : nooks;
. the ; • !!tiritati§ab..
bath:. . It le wipe to idapt the refigious
tions of each ige to the systems solthe period
sod the usages of the samei—B4ton Tessier/pt.
A Story as is Story,
.The ieeder ie expected to , believe the follovV
jag hi: every particular
"When a iciiing men; rwati traveling In west
ern New York,' and late of a stormy. Oightsp:,
plied eta log cabin for lodging. The , occupant,.
a woman, refused it, saying -ter huaband and'
sons were out battling; and It they,found' me.
there they would murder met: I preferred the,
olavanee to the, eitOrm, and'ehe consented that
might lip down'before the fire: In the MOO
heard them' coming,' and 'scrambling up .-tins
ehimney, thinking I was safe, when at the . top;
I stepped over the roof, and, fumpinedowir at
the back of the cabin; strucli,l)furnp hap "a
,wolf trap. A. scream of pain from, me brought
the men and boys out, and they declared 1 de
, served a , much.. mare ;revere puniehmeat , than.
death, so they kept .me. 'both in the , trip and
suspense until morning, and then heading me
up Ina; hogshead With' no light or air, 'but the
bung hole, they put Me on a sted, drove vie
,some four , miles up a hill, and. then rolled me
off to starve.-- This I undoubtedly.ohnald have
done but for a very eiin,galar occurrence.'
wolvels !Melted me out and gathered (t
nrisen, When one of them in turning around,,
happened liithiust his: tail int 6 the.heing
It wits my onty Chattier 1 caught, a Arm . hold,
and held on "death to a negro;whieh
Cried the wolf, ot•course; anti twitartedidow'n
the bill,,followed by the hogshead and Me; ...It
was a very uneasy ~,ride over.the 's ; tilo'nee and,
stumps; but Uted'noldea how "infant 7 , 446,01-
til the ;hogehead stone fairly
4fities worn by,l§l:eteq•l;,
'164'11440*C/tit and 'found myself
chi lowei:enil of...Catteratigue,Caunty,;ipme
thirtytillesfroin the,ocene _
be continued inathe New, Tortitedger.:
•Msb mq, err erti, , bok-forgitrefi;',but poer::;•sre;,,
me, with all his . tereptatiens'an4Xut, half hje'
.strengt 11) . is Placq. ! beyond the Pr."ll4lV
.salvaiiou, idle but- '.o,P(.!.e..b,:temptiA':iilt-0,
4 4 ,
? an 3 , o.',
-:,- All - elaisskiill
ttalaßt 24'0 ;flr',,i'
joined in' , theitiiiiii
were Ostia who ha
Ati. iTniati fai °1 .44, 1 ,
and stoutly the
death Ird oblitimotai
theie ever sti*a - ca.miiiiiiiiOi
ag ents:.:: some of tiw kitkant- 7 ;,:i tw-0 6 a .; :,
lend W.aro a Prinlanto and af 04 4! iii4, l ',*'
trust' , 64! from the s n idi'oi,i)ii . 4*!r . ,, :','
pikee trd soi ociuPie4Yl ni! "44 44 4 .:,,
cc, or name fagged urchin if_bn':,,,hini , , v ., ~, ,
beard;hi ttatto praises at 161 4 0 : - t:, 1 0 1r #'!? '
wad atat°Onf4;la:**, i t ia l °i ' ll * 4,- r ,
don of his, Attliaa'a t the PO4 ktillia!fi c #, - ,144 - ,
Many of tio,l Chult•*fisiiiiellitStrther 4 : B 4oo 4
ware' P r esent,ii L viiy tottaiWatitotliortiOV:
o , a
~ _ , , _ , - __., „ * - --'',
impress of regret, And ali.'shoWen° . o* ... snerar , '
• was a deep eerie'' , at'theheirtly;the:2„ll r '
itvWVO/ they Pot! itPi s t 1 4'i04, 4 ,44( 4 4 6
, farina? inootita• „Tb •tr ,w l -,,,w1 144 "4 6;14 00ki 1 f t . T
until the moving ' of tiMeettegi,' and theri*etn;
probably not 'nal ttntil 'l llai theaunt 1ient40;141, , ,: '
TweriipArie sii;it, beti .11 e. 4 0
1; `) , 1'.,t1#1,.' -
Walsh, ai4,in'tighth ivennaiWkalatiaPro
moved from the door.':' '- 1- -%-- .. t'''' '`
' A:feW - Wanntalt "Peet ' `O o'clockl44oA4f , r",
Clapp' of tliOhntab ii!hi .lll4l o4"-fo, 4 ll * *
Amoral lan f lia ‘ ntttia . thiwako -1 , • '
the Conclusion o! lie cowman: Cc" ':is#rut, , ,=.:-;
9 0 ila warn ffindo, int n t'failak' !'' 0 '1, ; . 6 It!'
Nit 'heal& The membeir 0144! of th.%,.
deceased inn* forwatittOf take Pil ° -1 4
of him who had been .Sly to b0d024,4 thorn"
on aattb, and ati , ll 4 eat i,a4*,m4b,°o ll 4 lo4 ,0 41 , `•-
by death, The parting scene wiii:jettlitifil- ,
alleatingand-dtaw:forth tonraAltili-OP*IA,OOf, ,
ono present , ,/,-';,:,.,:- -;, , i,`",—; , - '5 , i- ",t's-;;Pie4.
The funerel'iortig; ean t st tett iifnolli` . .(lo
or forlY tattlaViniattl, ,‘ o. ~, .E, SIN°,-",
on raot, Since the formial'orpiti ,p)611.,ti0p' .. :,,.0,
h as; 6°4 twatalai,lllanti'airliiiiiiknokanke4ne
people In a f°°,o l I W ,t w ai it aftfii k thla'nfliO 4 in''
i;a'a closed ib! eitthlY', eiregr:OitysC 6 ii;
o.pio evil 'Ol4 win On ii*,4:iftif , lho.r,'Nre, -..
good Is - of JO!.atinti 74 09 1-Ahi f. 4141411 , ; 1 4. fr ,• •• '
trust JtPtaY 04 la• 'no . Witi; . -il,. la , 94 1 0"1f 1 0 19 i
eilicto: lre has' 'dine tniali'"g oo 4 . iltilii` A t, ,*
and it Mai almost he ania of bilii4l4`'2 - ,, ,
Aro. up tiOnfP tlWoo 4 l O.T ir ho w FM‘P`l'
", Re icorned imeen Actioi` and*,*4ier
known to, di an *worth,' ana' - -*Alt,' IWO, n . ,
heart he ,iinest. hive lore bebia4 hini ninik7tir,
ood to be rimembered—let the ;paver 4r
bide whatever be may have had of faulti - e-4 0 ~_, ,_
juiercar in gares.--Elifit*Tork- Ne WU ;' ,., kti'S;; -.;,..,.,
Anse? or ma aysPECITan ID 1 ,
''on' sa t a I C / iti ' i attite`- - -At- 1 0,51:** * **, ? '
Gilmora of til!l o einOt,o lo4 r-*•4l-1 7 ' 481. 1* , ':,_ ,'
pie fon of : . having b 0,040 soMe , ,ntax,
is causing the: tlaatirot'Ati,ke'wl42***l,
anima. r 4 tanfinif s'l 4 Onninle" blttklW ;:' ,'
i ‘li g ei
ay a lied fella 'Ws An ' it,lt ' 4":entditiiitfitf,,,ii„ 11*:s! '
early last Thurs&Y niOnifne fi 44iiiif'
the place where the body: ,f lkir. liirglikkemi-
f Huld'' m r• XnaPPY'WhO'.. tiit4f- I t /; ,l t i ti 4l - ,' l-fe. P - '',
°° "" er '° -NU qiat, lie t., , ea!dikOmlc ? . ' :: 4 ‘ . ': - ' 1
In d "W two nWn s 4 nimidlitell , Ott*, 4 4 , i
down Seventeenth, street, nye thar:ktißififf*;iN 1:4
resembles one of these men. ,
i Therlionet "yintir4,, „ lity
held to Await oittn'a'r inainillatio:l,7Vi , :4 - `7,,
A gentleman cr Was &bora 'using e „ s Ji;‘,
, - - _,.--r , 4 t . -AVA-al•V'
his father, eaibi
Thee io tett
into the. St4ti'
• 0 ,
rr . zat6e,ro, , ftbk;
Tkei§ l ?:',4o,lool