M'Kean County Democrat. (Smethport, M'Kean County, Pa.) 1858-186?, April 07, 1859, Image 1

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KENO
itVtic . awslotitibi.:.Ptnic4o
• PIIIZIBLIED monlimup•
By (MATT &"BAIITIOTt,
SMP:TIIPORT, • WKitAN COUNTY, :PA
- $l5O in Advance
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• • —••- Rates. of Advertising, 2• • •
i•ocaum. one y0nr...., : • gm 00
• 4 3,• ' . .. , . .. 2000.
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1 tF .Ili months • • • 00
One square 0f42 lines or leap; 3 insertions,....... 00
- 310 ch ouboequentWon, .. .. .; 25
Butinene Otirde, with,reper .. .. . . . .... • . 00.
1177 These Terme will bo strictly, adhered •
13Usittc.op',.1.111,;t,td . ,'
J. L.-.BROWN, .
BUI3VEYO4, DRAFTWO N,..oONYEYANCER and Real.
. ratite:4teet; • °glee, El k .oo NUM'S
• -REFERENCES"-
...Chip in' k Doyle;;
. Tllopa . as;Strutliers,
, W.. S. Itrowuell..... Esq.,
..Hon. A: I.
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: .. ' ••." ' CARVER ROUSE,; . • ~ .. - ...
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Joni H. Mitt. PrnprietOr, denier or Water_endlliekeiy
,litreete Varian P.a.' , lG•eneral Stage Mee,: • • .
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13, 1% • NMGHt & CO.;
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inioleiale aria Retail Deniers. inParoily Groceries; Porn.
•ylour:;. Salt, Feed, &c. ...Under
Stove, East sige of the Public Square, Sniethport,'
L.O.' BACEVS'& .ca.
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General Deale'rp in Dry. Gooda...Drpcitrieg, Crackar , ';
"lady-Mad.'Clothi air, Bontaand 51i04..a, Dais and q 4„,
te.c:,.orpositil' the' Ctiurf,ll.o*, Sinelbpoit Pa.,• :
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7.. C.: HOLINIES,
Wholenale'and:lfetail Dialer. in ProvAr•ions nod 'Famil,r
.Groceripe, Dry Geode, Doots, Shoos Rate, Cepa, Nailx,
yankcioNot,ions. Ace &c.. Store Ores 'door west of .the
Astor ileum). Terinn, Dash. •
FOBES HOSE,
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liroidlng the Pithlie ' .
Ennare,. Je ss, M.
,MiLt.,nn: Proprietor. -The Polies Mouse is entirely new ,
and built of and is furnished' iti modern' Style
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The nroprietor, tlsOers himself , ant his acconntiotiti,
lions are not surpasied. by 'any hotel ,in Western N.w
York.' Carriages run to'and rots the 'Nor York and
'tool.: 38-tf.'
, :8 4 TR . ON n: RAiitlrr;
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Arroiarru. AT LARI Smethpoiti: ld'Kean .
..Agentthr Me Firs . rs.}Conlin . ; de - Co's Lands' .'Attoalla
espoNlally to tho Oolleotion. of:Claims; ,Examination of'
•Land Titlea;‘,l'ajmout of !fakes; and all busioeis rola
tiag to ItealAitate,. Office,lo.,ll4inlin. •. •
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GREEN'S HOTEL
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D A-.,-,Witortr, Proprietor, - -,A...Kirr . Sue. Warreneetinty
; Pa. lug' Table will. be supplied- with the , best . the
'eountry.effords., and he spare no pains In aecorood.then :
: hie gitesta. '-, ' •' . '. ' ' -
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•H :(TOLD Eo EES,:
Atiornny 44 . Ontinsplini, ',Law,. 'Ali attend to! ao col
lectlon of °lntim anl acconntn In the Contain , 'Y
'ter, . Jeffnrant,, girt • P.O.
gnietlipprt,"lilPltesul. county'Pn.: - . ••• ' • • .-•
E.,BOUGIITON tr.l)mm,
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Attorney.and Ootinse'nor at .Law, 'Bniethpor,' Itl'lceatt
Oonnty,. Pa. ' 11atelle:4a 'entrusted to his, care for the
countiea of atifteao,-Potteti. awl .111 k *ill he . promptly
. attended to 9fftee'ln the Court floukyi, Bacot*. floor:
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'••• • WISNER; •
Pkinleia'n and Sii*nni Smetlippri',7n .to
Alt proiVaiinnal with iirtimpintui_ 01.11ce inEart
well
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N. B.
natal'WboWholesale and . .
Stifle
,and Fanny. Dry
Goode; Carpeting,
.119tdy Piade Ctothipg. and fienArnl -
FurnlguirT (.16045, Boots - sod' Shoos, Nall and: SN'ln*)w
~I!aperi'Lookiiig Gramme &A.' '
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• ' • .'." ' , BEN TT HOUSE, ' •
anipthpOrt;6l.,Kinu:oo.; IliztNerr, Proprie ,
tor--opposite the Court 11eu5e.....k pew; lar'.7e,.coni
.raodlous and l!ell 'llll.lllomi house. .
JOHN c. BACMIS,
'ibitortleianit °onlinelltif at Law, Spied.' 111 7
.11ean Oo
Pa.. Wilt attend to an bunt - rim in ida profelfon to the'
: • cauotiee n.f 3VRea'n, Potter and Kik. • Oflica'aver 0, K,.
Birtwell o k Bratherp' StOry t . • • •
ASTOR HOUSE,
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J. 0. Itei;stes; Proprietor. gnietilport, Iltrgean oo:; Pa.
• Stages Xo iii2d from Oda ; pleeeetoP here. apoCaccom,
riodetiorie issrcUreiSoneble prices.., . - .
OMEON IRONS;
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Dealer to Diy,Gonda,'ioiertio, Poric, ,PlOur:'Salt, Nell.
Beady-Made Olothleg, Boots and Shoes Store In 'Bs=
tone olo.eteed4'Scoothpoet Pc , GoritelPatent !Weill
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HACKNEY '1.10178E,
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Oornei. orßacalid and .11Aborty aiieata, Vinrrea, 'PA: , B,'
.A. - BaanoniPropri . etor.:•'Xravalorl%will find gocl.ac
cenninodgiona and'Timonatide charges,. 2 ,' •• . :
B. MASON,
Pester littrFes,. Tin Wsrei dappaned Warn, west
, nidn Of the;Publio . .Elqiure,.BmethpOrt; thistom
work doge to order cm the 'Shortest.notice, and in the
/tioSt'suhstantial manner., . • .
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'• • • • ' - :' , .•••• lit:.EL , -B . ROWNFIL,' ••-•
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eater •! n' Dry' Ooodll,.(4ooeriee.-Crockery: Flei.theere
;•Boota,Sheee r geta, Cape. Glass,..Nailn.,(lllo;,&e.„..dee•
East . side of the Publie Square, Smethport, Pre.
A. J. orto,
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Dealer. - In Proifeinne and'Pereily Groceries
'Parinere :Valley 111 Mean :Cie: , • Pe - . :Grain, , Lumber,
Shingleei &0., • taken' in exebango for; 00.04. a. Patent
Mediotnen .
• • •'IARABEE'S HOTEL, .
B. itaaadiik. Oroprlitter,Allegllon* fledge, WICK=
• , 06 Thialleues is situated about nine milee train
Hinet,liporti . on. the road': te.Oleau, end dill be Oland a .
• oeilteuletat• stopping-Ouse, • •••. • . - .
^.` EMPORIUM :liousz;:::.
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Bhippen; Wrenn 00
. 4 Ptl• LIEIRAND Onna; Proprie'
' A 'commodious and‘ rn [shed house. Btraugsm.
• and klavolers wttl Bad gOod accOmmodations. . •
:i 1 4111011,5 1 . VALLEY
B:y , onpiiwix:, ThlP beano lP situated abnet t
h e tellog
frotaSalethport the'roid to Oleani - • 'Please repar iteit
.. - ,'and atifelaean.be seeornmiKhtted on the shortest aotico:"
ELDRED' _RALF-WAT 110tf§E,
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Nkritik Oehme; Preindidor , • This hohse is Situated half
, way hetlietsi'firneklipOrt and Olean': IT you want a Sood
slionee this is.the.place'to atop. ~ • • ,
GHOBDIS CORWIN,
rroprletor of ttie , QdME Mitt,' :Maclintitcsburg,
:Ken» County Minix; Neeri, obroditoily
' band and toys.* ap.-liige,
'RAILROAD HOME,
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WtiddAwdruarese..Peopr4bor, Norwich, - MMearl
• Pa.- . Good
.aeedketeodatledze.ban be bad Moro' . 54 a
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.•.' •.' 1 !0 11 .7 AILEGARY.III)IIBE,
WlLLlAwrrAiwki.t. P,rdarlotOr; - at Pori Allegany, Me,
Kean pounty : Pa, ..T4ta Motel laaltuated at the jpa6-
Mon of the. Synelliport, and Allegany•ltiveriandis,,nine,
lalladeast - of Bmethport. , • • •
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T :COX - Op:the map - Of the. Crnited States ::aod
ttion 1450 k info the'olditand of. Ford & gm'ith
and •Ed. Ma.sop's.Tin Shop °Won
a' .Tlie ' tein that qm4l.l* , spaikAnter,
Ridgway,. 'fa
Smeth n Ot t . ' Pn
Vista. Pa;
TO Young Nell Starting in Life.
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The.first great' lesson n.yo,ung should
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ra.i.s--that he knows nothind. The earlker
aitiN he more thoroughly thiis lesson - is• learned
the better. A hOthe-hred youth, growing 'up
in the light 9f porpntal adroiration,.with
thing to, fester hie:vanity' and, self-este v einfis .
surprised to find; .etpd often:-inityilling to r . tic:
knowledge, the. superiority, of other .people:
.But he is compelled tolearn .his insigniii
ca'neerhi'spirsare ridiculed, his hlunders.
posed, his Wisheit . disregaided;' and 'he is nnuie
to cut a very.iorrifigure, until his'self.conceit
is, abased', acid he feels that he' knetws nothing..
When a young 'man'has lhorougbly;Compre-.'
hended the factihat: he knows nothing',end
11int is but.of littlit'tialne, the
: next. lesson ils.that the World cares uothinh
about him. 11e . iat he subject of no man's over
admiration; 'neitiier , petted :14, the
one sex nor' e6ried by' the ether; he has to.ialie
care of.hirriself: ;'Be will not be notiCed till he
becomes noticeahle; he ..will not. become no
:ticeable till be deessomething io.proye . th,at he
'is • of,- sorne,ue 'to 'soefety., recommends=:
tions,,,cr will give him this,...or
ought_ to give him thiiL he: must do. something
to be roc,ogni . so somebody
. There,is; pieniy . of.roona, for, visa in the -world
-but there is' no r:oqin for'idlers.. 'Society is not
very'partienlef . vVhat a Man doeptto long as he
does SoMethiniusefUlto - prnve himself to
niaM.hut: if will rot: take the matter on trust.:
There is no surer . sign of, an unmanly - and.
.cowarilly sPirittlimii. a vague. : dasiif for help=
ti:wiati „v.) depend; to lean on scirnehndy,.and
joy the fruits•of other people's imlustry.., There
are multitudes . of young men . .4hio . indulge in
drOms of 'help from Some. gunk er, "cumin g in
itt'a convenient memeiit; - ;fo:eniitle . them to'se 7
lure thi..uuccesi in life whicia . they iThe
vinion haunts theM of 'some benevolent nld:gen-
.11 huin,*wi4ll a:papt full of tnoneY, a box full
or scrip, n'itithk full of Mortgages , ;:and apreind
retriiiiyabiy 'appreciaoc'eof meta-end' genius,
who will, 'perhaps, giie . or lend; them from one
•thotsanti .: to ten thonsand'.:pounds, with which
they may commence business, and, go . cifiaim
Perhaps be will take a . .different turn
and send them to college, f ro m which they.
will
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emerge inta ecclesiastical papularity,ltnifriaa
rip to , a fat deanery; at
, leiisf
'One' of 'the ;mast': painful sights in the :world
le bin young: man a• strong
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tiOn and' a presentable fignre, standing with.his
hands in `his poaktr loriging . for help.. There
`are positions. in" . which s ehe :moSt independent
may gracefully may,
in fact, us a choice of evils, desire.iti•biut tor
man vi;ho:is able'tn help himself ; to , seek help
Yoll3,:cithfi,is.Poiiitivn:prolit that
. he has` been
unfortunitiely trained, and thaFan . indolent bias
exists in his character:: Let us not be piisuir;.
derstOodi . we Would not ineulcate.the'Pritle'l
rwrSoMitindependMme;'Which - in its - Sensitive-,
ne . ss' repels the'. good offices of
, - friende- 7 whet
we ccindenon in a young man is, the habit of
pendermewhiry makes hiin enxiouetO accept
as a favor those things ;which , be; might acquire
'by his owr indt4trial 'milli who
assistanee,: espeelallY if he.
has applied' for it* invariably' hinaself . to
his benefactor; unless his patron happens to.be
man,. .
mao(gense, 'who la giving'; abeoletelrnee-.
essary assi,sianie 'to' one whom he knows to be
both sensitive anti honorable.
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• yyhen . R young man has ascertained' the fact
r at tie knows ., mithing;
cares nutbills about Mini that hts success ?Fr
life must depend his awn g,i6ereisolisti and . 1 ha t
Ile must look ,ttiliins.elf, and nok: to others •for
issistineiz,!hivis in if.fair:lmsWOn for treiinnitig.
The next leison is thai s of patielfee• ' A' map
mimi'leffin to wa4 no well an-to Workt.andrbe
content with those Means c4.:nflvaricettient
life villich he may use;velth integrily and honoi;:
Patience is ode of the, most f6cuit lesions to
learni It is natural for thc.m . ind -to look •far
imniediate ' '
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this; 'then, be undorefoOd ituitingt
that Ale ibitiarkeonquest of - . :lliißialties
'i•jse in regular'and:legitimate ehannels.cri;blisi
nesa and enterprise' is not only essential:
.curing the success 'which a young ,titlin - seeles
in life; but essential also 'to thatireparatbaii:Of
the mind requisite for the rinjoyment.orsuccess
.sAt.ET.iipcoRT . ,:3I..KKAN,-c0uNT : y,.',P4.,4...;'3 . 21.1 V. It$RAY,'..l4-RA1L4„:.7.-i...15,45,
- Frain , Nev;• • Yorit'
SMILES AND'.2BABS:
BY 3n RBLL¢~•
• -Mayte, froni..:lirlef or 3e•p—.'i
netekelliiirejietrt;eoeleg tle;•.•.
trighi . aegefel •
The Onl above strong paselon . , e ej)elli •
tlit
It sci9therl the throbbing heartSull well(
Eiulightuiniflash had riven., , •
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Tho Emile
that
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' Ao haibioierforjoy;'. :
May ttliibirottohavo - j . t.B wonted
*hen' but ix w in ton toy—
The blocking;flndishtutseofdcotn,
Thy hypooriticleir,
r base coquetry'! "gilded thorn—
Avitunt: yo'ehtde thejear, , , ,. • '
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Thit„whon Ermlles wittleareporpblne.- ..,, ' .'
... As So's rays spun thF.gdptlo'sbovyAr,
A n : uptial wi#aty s il.)9 - yitilioy•tlvixie ',..- •• - '.
Around th 9 ei!ili.Valunnortal biiiset : :. ...: '':.,_
Thu stolc:lna.y utit doullt,..oip liegxl;: ....,. • : , .
rbiv beiut,y , to .31',Intiterking glow;
Poi Trn tli . kknd Po'rity:hrniliirt . " , :. ' • .. , '• . '
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-, Theicicettioi.Pikradieo, below; ...„.
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tiO n loy wlletVptined.,:=wt lir the
giTerarnile;,
tkiat-anerbefil sticoesi
It tethe rule•elso that the process Of eardini
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eitheceas'sliail be ,
'the , preparation for its.conyer•
tiat Oct' kin enjOyrnenti:: Sti,.:.a.y . 'hy :day, and:
Week by weeki`;so;-'manth- aft4r • Month; • and
veer afilt . Yeat; !;verkOM'add.in hatprecess
gain strength' and syinthetiy,tierreand knowl.
edge, that•when succeel,brivelitadd patiently,
atinited, shall he".yoais; it shall' &HI pre: ,
pared tm teceivt.: a ini :te , keep . it: : . °Vhe divalati
'mentof youf - inedial s inad' . ietSl 'qualities
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the..brave hettle,of atriply•tettatd. you
• fut . the struggle.
.1( will belp . to make than.
of .• , .
yo and ord you net self , respect but
the respect, of );011 - rfellows and, ilict
A. Survivoi :of Fulton's. First Stomp:boat
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A •carrespotident
_of: the :11•::.Y.....,T0ntna1.0f
Coinineree has obtainedfrom capt..MeXinney;
of Deer tine 6(0) . e:7940'0W the Bair of
Fttruly,cant who was 'one
.1 . 97 crew
when
When that inireptcir tried hielrst steamer, the .
Clermont, the felloWing inieteSiiiigaccount'of
that .c raft 'and her first trip toAlbMiy:in
The captain is:said to be be . man Oyetli
weithy . of of, •• • : •
."Capt. McKinriey•eays the boat was hot tiny
hundred anti :fort y feet -long: ' , • Sho; Was flat
:bottonied skiff, sides straight like A •ScoW;
stem like •11 , skiff. 'She was-painted lead color.'
.Th; eferniciiit cliew•-.1., inches "of waier,::and
the rudder went below the bottom of : the boat...
Tolhe rodder...past:.two pieees - • of wood were .
fastened,:: These Projected' Some font or five .
• ieet,•atiti a holt •ei i tendeil across .them..to prey
-Vent the rudder from goiog• -down !ewer than.
it>ought. ' lO addition, theradderwai so ark
ranged
reMged ?or shoat Water-fhatii"&itild holifted
the suitaeeiftiecessary.,•:ljer wheels' eitend
imiew the bottom of tke:boat:
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' A'fly,.tvheel wes .attached to , 'the' paddle
Wheel, having a HO) . totAr.inehee 'which
Mi.: . hclisop, the• engineer,' told,Cipt. Mclrin 7
ney.!wps to mOte.the iiddle. : wheel:pies...the
oentre.withont'n .Thete:was huh ,
continued . Cept. McKinney, .just. inside; the .
boat, intowhich the :shaft fitted. It could he'
Unshipped crewbar; : and:the .ievolution
of. One of •the wheels !topped When: they:wonted
to . tarn . - the, he'et' around. There;wei.e tic()
rowa of firebricks which the holler restedtp..
on.. These brietts:iiqe imported., from'
land, and cost. six cents. each. ' The boiler was
of copper, top erched;..the,:boilcim'curved
is a rd . ... The
The Captain's ' description of the:machinery I
will'he:both musing and instructive . .1o; those 1
who 'have watchedtbe - PrOdrese'or this branCh 1
of mechanice. Pis own languige;:mied in de-,
scribing the . apparatus fOr...arirlying Water', Id" !
the boiler, Will 'give. a .far. More :graphic idea 1
than we could' hope to - convey. ' "- i
i‘ A; grind itene.weis simpanded fioin its can-
ter by a wire inside 'the boilerl}
, '. 4. .lead pipe
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ran from 'the boifer to-the 'water. The top of
the' - grind,itone Was- level with the water in:pie
boiler"; es, , tha water' boiled away, the' stone
would . , frilly - all the hoilerrwas filled up, the . ,stone
would rise:: Machinery, workitig like epuirm"
handle, connected grind=stone with the.
cork of the water pipe outside ; o the ' boilerr..
'As the grindstone fell, it .would open the cock
-wider and the reverse , ific:, c
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cititt: McKinney says that whee the' Clef- .
mont itatted'On :her . triit to 'Albany, she
_left
Nfils: ' York, according ' o "hi t s: recollection ,' about'
11l o'cicick in'tbe morning; and want Up. as lar
as the LiVinistati Mariar'rthe'frst day' : "There
she remained all night, and, received - pa stieh:,
gerit—sonie': of the - LiVirtgatein 'family.. Tbe
'next Mornind.the proceeded on her journey,
and arrived at Albany late,* the afteincion.
All'the way pp the river the steatithoatattiact
ed great two ! -People thronged the banks
' o r pulled out' intattia streaM;Aot„havika closer
l'ook at this , new monster,•%. The , Clefmont
nut& abouvsix ' keets le •-hotti. — Ort this 'first
triPthejeireW 'corisiStad;of - only - half 'a dozen
men,..while those, whom eapt. McKinney took.
to be passengers, might number, twenty-Ova or
thirii persons,' At. Albany he'otutys that Ful.
ton'. went itthere, telling hiritte lei` no One'ooMe, ,
and the boat, was pushed a 'plank's length from
the sbore. : .. P at thaangineeidisobeyedisaoon
got i'ulton' wes out of light, end' admitted peo,
pie at s a York ' shilling heid. They...came - oft:
board so'fatii; that in6e;minutes they de
toi
twelve dollop!, Ifio many cams . at last that
.they were Obliged to turn the'. - tide'M - the oPPO ..:
,site direction; and - order :theth.tgall 'ashoreultritis qaptwin";. Says' oar he ."
.F ct . ; : witis ' named
Hunt; autton the:passage f kowd,'wis : bili;eil(so
Madame.Eampr said)` by :the sloop owners, to
'run' - the 'experimental , steamboat ishore.'•An
aecomPlishingthe wish of the skippers. tree(
t lie ;wheels was broken' and , the tleimoo'lloti ,
'navigated to New:York with one. wheel'.
> ,
!Wit unSeintifie fermei ig
apt to, think that-the toter of the,,eoil is en
'4avor its 'fertility k and that ts'hirtek-soil' must .
Othir.thiiiiiibeini;equilitt black
soil 'more heat, "and
,retains it many soi4
IsMithlese,.until they hie - exposeit to the atrrMi.. : .
and"ileeorm;tised.' ''Thurs'inuck is'-like
Oat; a. species of vagetable
.that growei and a :
farmer may }veil -plant among
. rhe .ireen
•, .• •
ni u ntil j;..isroit(ea': •To ef:
fe . ct this i the round
. shonid
the surface • dug _ up dugsnd.:Plkeed . in'heaps, with
time tbe:Seeihdus
ter in iti— , the:sueithut.:;let,:in,.on,thit-subsoil to
warn) it; end . when: the: hieps . .ve•"Sell rotted,:
they ehould be spessd over. the en!face,egnin,
andth*bejtortpe*,tti4.ii,iii•pridoot
for'ageii:,;:,Tbet4).:4".limetlilt • ' of .164 some
times coned tinelti that- is productive'-,Withotif
totting;:butit is„not ‘ - it is :Calcal:eous
every.' farmer. should; know hew to
distinguish between the tsio; isihe.e.ery
beet of inanure-:-unrotted mock tie
The DE - Says he worn
We heard this" on door step, -
eyed'chilitsaid btighT, glad4beett, beau
iifulchild;.-JShe'smiled as 'altsi . srioke::.-Ilerli t
• • ,
ile hands Came together in glad clasp. -..:There
)reas.t.look:et heaven' in the eitieet expression
that told.ot timre.tbaitone jaytufhiart in that
• •
rqbe 'doctor eays he - won't 'Was it I
the' babe? ihe:tender, lisping babe? : we
e'aw visiOn'of the 'cradle, Ind , the -watcher
Who had set wearily beside it all through the
night.: But iii each cheek there was the earn.
son touch of hope, and in either dim eye a tear•
Upspringing,from the deep- fount of joy; :That
was -the•mother. , What other. face orreaith
'could hlend - that loingling of avreof 'joy—
of,
,tenderness? And tha babe—his lips were
parted linktnaist—and the -color' ,rhe • ro l e
bud faintly , straggling out of its . ; green sheath
had•crept over, their delicate Outlines.. -• The
darling, bands no longer 'ley' in rigid rest; the
glazing of disease had fallen frOnt the blue orbs
end hehad studied hia'farewell 'to the angels'
who had conic 'to envy' him . .to' their children's
playground; where blossoms .• never fitdo=lf it
had been thimaster's
. ,
'The doctor says be won't-diet' • . •,'
Ohl. what a throb in the 'mother's' heart
when thesn - Words were spoken:. ' She ;will
press him again to'hef Mother's breilist—wateb
bit» - in his fitful sleep---hold • his little• in
her bosom—make the white tphe--Eut not fur
Ids co,ifin! • pid'eiiei. foots*. strand' so gentle
as' thoie •of the kind' physician as he moves
saftly from the rbornt„ ;:. 'Was ever Wmother so
blessed b'efbref Did God. ever seem. so' gieat—
so good'?
'The lector sake he,tiont diets
It mighl• have been the \ fittilet : —.--the strong
man -He Came horns ever s --ta Ids bead
telt strangely; he could eat :nci , supper...
pushed the 'babe kneehe 'Was not
.wont to do so: The ; ife looked 6"tis
.and when. she tirimotlied the' riilfow on the
.lounge; felt an utinatufat iieat. The morning
comet . -he said ,he Must ' . .gottt work, .but :his
band'trinbled,--hie limbs refused/ tO do .: their
office; the'ecist was'not taken '.frOtri "the will
'that‘dayf his cane stood 'in the corner—a car- ,
doge' before 'the gate ! Dawn. ( after dawn
.whitened -the heaVens and' the earth, there,was
:no chinge.' • The wife; slept 'not.,.her love
watched init.:waited, and tried: yearningly to
God for' his life: But there ate glid. - tidings;
rejnice as you treroblid, , sweet ,wifet .. •
goThErdo'ctor says htryron't
Perhaps werAtd cot : hear aright. ' - It - may be
be Child exclaimed: - :" •-•
. .
ciThit_doptortease)le won't diet'k*
wits thi. - inot . befy„ . f3ha„ upon . •wbose
hands; whos e fot, wbosoeVory
faculty: a litfle wt . :4414144 tar its s unshine
almost for Ito cantratianOoi, ifoubly , daaft
gq:a;tlO'aaaptine of the good doctoy.;
es'er. feel: a silence . ' ineie:eppirestii;le
and Oniinons than reigins tliebeisehehrv4 . 'hin
, etekt " monrns,nt .his
:Olay,:tha"childien look about , aksn!ty in; 0
:hi`qielesa'.kinti*Or way, - the iery'furnicuie setmi
riintaly asking. whe're she . is
. whose care ic has;
•Solong known.. Every 'footstep echoes hoi
ioiiely r .!very heart' str . l9ea i and
ampule asking of keel/if:li had dor . iir ihipt which
greebthe woettr .. Crinileinti.
.
There piaYekioing up all over the heiiise, 4 .
the
busliiiirkeorpes hurriedly p saki no'qiiee-
• • . . . .
ions 'oitietleil but SOis tfeil tbily
e.
.d
, .
to tiriirlietted.•:..eliaitiliescioditere, perhaps,
wheri head and licips:..ii?olt.d,sert him, ho
hears the bless/if:ll,4i •
“The docroi.:eiiye
. .
lie looks just crave wlien‘ht:. opa down;
he tells tho'neltigrivety'to• the thwaipb, but
'seems brighter as be leaves ' tbd hoeee.. There
. .
is not a man ho calls his aneinil'he'llitiles OF'
, • •
he enters the stare r theie • blassediittiswith='
in his bosonvsuch as he nevor felt befote, and
strangers say w hen leave hitm .
tqsaire . .ie.. something , • unusua lly
riboat Oat map:" So there ts(!' •they
right there. That vision of a grave his gone',
sad flower . * are springing iry '
does noeshiver when he posses the , *yrkidtiii.,
*Sire the cairns stand v iel s iie'dOritor 5164'814
diel" . anithei - has faith. ".'
.."Thus light spring up in darkness, and anti,
. ,
iherOnrow of Right s joy -corrietl4‘44oopßA
/iffirg.Wing•
=ME
The, who;•tried to clear bf aria
seienestiO an , egg;is now' endeavoring to
Kith yeast,' Uhe fails in this,
itlt b r ie aellbe i rate intention to blow boy his
brains with a pair of bellows;a4iiinkkintsly
lit° the arms of:a 'young lady. .
T.IIB , :itARIVNt
Just as the century dietsi'Aixti.Aluift;•zVit*
circusestancee'riecurred to. psuilnest**banlol,lt
bij
lilt thav the werld:whitlireesine:Wwn'eUkiiii4
a theusand years frow,theliavltititdirth.Wisse,
expired.;: The.Yees 910 , 4 1 4‘theieidtir144#d'
upon'as 'the htit'Shy' one Uri .
'ever.: Atignitßor
ShoWni in jitraien and resrthi-4aol.4ifilith'''Air."
this; centerY might be pardoned for believing:
that tlify.'Were:frnade visible . tUthent:, Evert
the breahing Up.Of'thertnorals : and wide .
deluge of sin. Which overskead'ill'..lands, might ,
betakemthat were deemed unfit to:
fincupy tim'alitth any • '
DV addition •to these: appalling. eymptentsi,
famines were renewed from year tocyear :in
still. increasing;' intensity,- and; Ibrought i• the:
plague 'anti Pestilence in their train. • . The land
was: left . ',unfilled; the houses
• unrepaired,' the
right, itovividicatedi for who could take the use.:
less' trouble of
. plougbing'or'bullding, or :quer;
telling about'property, Whin so feW months
were to put an end. keel! terrestriet interests?
Yet even for.the few remaining dayl i the
• tulles must be fed. Robbers frequented every
road, .enterec evert .into walled towns;
,and
there Was no . authority left to prot ec t
. weak,'
or.bring the wrong -doer .tcr punishmept. 'orn
and•cattle were at length embanked, end in.inoet
•pl-the continent frightful Mitrethiiies Nere en
da and when endurance could go nu futthes,
the last desperate expedient Was resorted to;
the human com Manl y,
Pne man went so Tar as to vim= it foe risk rif
"a populous Market taWn. „The • hokror•of,'
open cenkesinif.br their. deede::was so
that' the min barned;:l6( More feu itio.
Of . hieCurdttO(fiiih for his inheierit.
guild Even When .:food' might have been.
the 'ititiated 4iitetriiide - iirevado'lif its depra
vation,. nn women, soilo. Jell . ;ware e
and roasted in • the madneiti • 01", t 443 .uith i erofq
feet'. . •
• •Neentivie,:getitter neteres : 'Were von to
the wildest excess of fanatictsin'te. find
treat fro m tlie . impending 'faditnent: - ,:
and Emperors begged - at, minuet ery doors_to
he admitted brethren 'of" the, order. geory
Germany;andlteberf Of, France were „state
according to'f he notions Or the Wale* end: even
now deserie :the 'restieet . • nis'ultlnd 'for the
simplicity and berievelenee, of - tiler ohartteteri,
Henry, th`e: emperor,' succeeded fn being la :
mitred, itsre Monk, and sWo . re nitedience on the'
'hindi of 'the gentle•ahinit, who'hed filled , from
turning hini from his rmrpose.. ,
''. , Sire," said' he, at last, "rreireeiMir
.ttre
der my orders, and" have sworn to.bbeir Me, I
command you to"go forth 'and .1'01111: the duties
of the State'to'VOleh'God'hai :tic)
forth al'iilonk . to•the g 4bber'or..iSt.'lfenne; - t"
emperor or roo
Robert Of,Trance:, the sOttrOf . 11412
pliced hiruself;:ir;hed, anti crowned,,
,Choristers df_Sf..7Depis,"aitit
~ te. musicians
•iri 'sing peal s ` or- hls 2 eWir.; , Conipostt I
*LoWer ipso were eatiified Sao ritiCini the
marks of their knightly -- Tand . 'seigneriaii
and' Uliieetf:liardslati 'fi):llt 'iniardirop the altars,
ands before images of saints.' 'Emile Mantitnitl
ted serfs; heir ser . stikheittOtoed large Serifs _lepton'
e riiablittriiate . ,% - enriininettig- their ile"prositiOn
with Worde-itoplyilethe:!spttiasehing "eicil or
all.CfoS4ll;:oCciitiiMOtOieeple' . .viould'''eliep
nowhere' airiClitifery hay
huilaingsr fi_oll*.limpita*';or . do.m . aioo; 1 160er .
and nearpri4reistei•effitste'!;sreire rinider: to up 4
pease the wrath - Of leitYnn;• . Aiii_ 2 _l l . o 9 . r`
claimed between
Wednesdey vight till Mond* evening of
. each,
week there was to tie jirk . ;ittoietidic:rif-:eninity,
of .*4r in>all t he' I anif::'•ll truce of
. Andithw'eanin thedreadfuttir hoped', teryeer,
The 'SWIM Thanker:it eiimineheed i 'aila held
their bieath tclritO'lghl! , t would
th'irneiitt: ri
•.44And he laid hold'old
serpent - which is :this‘ , titiv 11;: Arid' ••Satan, end
bound bloc tortithoUsand years, And cast '
into'the bottom le s s :int; and' int. e":sest
hlm, that he ' : should dineivii4.:the: nations. no
,nnore,!till•the thOusend-,yeare. -should be
and . attei."thet. ) he mus.:. bitlobrisedr little'
, .
,
xx., 2, X. ••••••••••!'n.
With this teal ell the tiulilit's in Christejidatii
61414 . iipinging for a whole generation
naithei'pitiPits only, but the reflection-haltkef
convents, and' the ioliatos of the starving
'peasantry: Into tho castle, elan, of. the noble
we hive s een it perpetrated; anditluyiroseikP.,
!set terivilisrasidee the supei'atiiiimeitkile
deettrate...dir %fresseld;.edliblijed"
iteelf'amldttlemesises of the popullithasiiailet-'?
-trig and insubordinition. The spirit ;
a little season was to be let loose •
ful world; and when tho observer loctifedAredait
at the real condition or the people ofall. idol*
of firope—et the ignorance and deiriAilirtitili
of‘tiii 7 multitude, the cruelty Of the' liardift,sinik.
vii-Cbria; len - ambition and •
prseldne of the clergy- 7 -it must hare' •
him how to imaginesa :worse state or LA '' t
even when ihe'ehaM wag' loosened
old serpent,"•arid thry - tworld plaearFarallishit.•
inly in his folds. Ifetais if men'h:asltiilithiaik .
now reached the lowest point, thirty's's/6 pee
petnal rime from this date. When the•firtit day
of the thousand; and - firer year shone *ion the
'world, it seamedthat in all.thanntions the tor
_
por Of the past was • to as.tarowts.' arr. • r neve
•were strivings .everyw h er e afteia new order
of
, things,' • • • •
.The first Joy of deliverance.. Worn expected
destruction impelled all' - classeiFol•suaiety in a
.mare honorable and useful patli than they had
.ever hitherto traili.;4TVAite's. Eight -2m Chris
... , . ... „. . .
• - - Spanciyt 4.;T11043 . 01 ouer„ - ( Pa.) •co mf v
! , I
gives an account idtto los*Of it little pcy.fopt‘
years of Of, ige;' - ft ion of I'il re.. Oyiler - , of Cumitei.'
latid,.conoy, lie strayed I - roof - twine ond flaif -
,iihoto .. neighLorlicioo: . :started" : out In - iwiteli; , I
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