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PUBLISIIED'BTERY THURSDAY ItiORNINO;
By. J. B: . OVIATT; .
'szvitTppory, , COUNTY;: PA
' $1 66 iii:Ailyance
• Rates' Aavertising,: • •
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• loobimr, year
K, gt .. ; .. .2000
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Onellqiiare 1 linee'or WllB 2 l lee
Bath anbaegaent .25
Blillloo6l bard's, paper , „ ' 6•00*
Time Terms will bo etrietlY adherad ,'.•
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Surveyor,• DraftenUn• •Conyeyancei, and Real.. Betide
Agent. , *Elnietliport, R , Ren coun t y, . • .• . • .
Practical Michanic, Millwright Bridie-builder, ha.,
izoit Allagbeny,lll44.eau ccuuty, Pa. '
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81:111Vii0B,'Dlidl/T8MAil, CONVEYANOIM and Real
'ilotiAll Agent ; ~ Cflioe, Williamavllle • glk Co , Penn's'
. - . • :.--akalauctioss-, .. . -
Ilikailn k Boili; gales.; ... • ...0 . : ...' gidgrfayi . low.-
HOn.*Tbbeasis Eltrathere, - • ' • 'Warty') '...Pay
W. , g. 'Brownell,: Esq., .... ~........Smethpor4: Pa, -
Iron. -A. 1. Wilcox, :'.-;: .:.,... ....1312011a Vial •
. . • , • HOUSE, • • . .
Siiam H: Hmc Proprietor, corner of Water an4.ll2lekary
, Streets Warren, , Pa.. Generai Stage Office.
8.. T. WEIGHT & CO.,
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Wtio'leanly and Itetall - Dardersin Family Grooeriaa; Pork,
• Flour, Bel t , • Feed, 'dco. - , &.o. lindur E ; B. Idasil'a
• :Stove Btore,.Haat aide of tho Public Square, Bui?thport;
Z. Co BACKUS & CO.
Genoral Desiers'in .Groceries,. Crockery,
Deady,MadeClothing,„l3oots atid ShOeS, Hats and Caps,
opposite the Court flUnse, Eiroethport Pa:: . • •
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Whoketale-and'RetaiiDealer tn DioTtntOnn' and Yenn l .9
• Grooeriee, Dry Ooode, Boota,,Shoes Ilate,:Oaps, Nails,
" Yankee Notions, &O. &o.• Store one door-weet - Ot the
• 'Astir noise:. Terms, Cash. '." . •• .• • .. "
• • • ° rons HMIS:A
Fronting the Public; Naar°, 'Olean, N. Y. JAMES M:
MlL:Aft:Proprietor. The Polies House nr entirely new
and built of brick,. end is . furnished in modern style;
The proprietor flatters himself that his accommoda
tions are not surpassed b' any hotel in Western New
..• York. Oarriages ran to , and from the. Now. York. and
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' , BYRON D• HAMM' •, • • •
Aiioilvir Smithpert, irltean' County. • Pa.,
' .Agent for Messrs. Resting "k Ooia - bands. . • Attends
• especially to the Collection of Claims; Examination of
Land Titles; Pajment or;firities, and all business rale
Reg to Real Relate. .00lee in. Hamlin '
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D. A. Waicarr. Proprietor;-:44 ICknznii; - Warren county .
• Pa..: His Table - will. be supplied' with- the beet the•
country affords; and he spare no pains in.aociomodating
' his guests..., .. -.-: • ' , , • , - ..
E: . I3OVGHTQIq . ELDRED;,
Attorney and . °Canoe Larri. Smethnert, bf , ilean
. County, Pa. ' Business entrusted to' his 'care for the
counties of M , Kean ' Potter and Elk will be promptly
attended to ''Ofticeln the Court nouse, second floor.
DR. L. It. WISNER,
PhyalcianYand Surgeon,. Boiettiport;Ta, will attend. to
all p ra famiaoat calls with 'promptness.
.01f1on in Sart
- welt Block otecond
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N. S. BUTLER.
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Wholseult; and Mtn' Dealers in 43taple • and Fancy :Dfy
• Goods, Carpeting; Ready Made Clothing, and ,Geneial
' ' Flunliiblng Gonda • Bunts and Mines, Wall and Window
, Pniir;Looking.ditseep &o. At Olean, IC Y. •• • - ' .
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Suisithport,MtHean Co., It: DseseiTi Proprie
',-tot—opposite' the Court House: A new, large, coot
=tedious. .rid ' • .
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.•-• • • . • - 401111 C. •BACICITS, .•• • • .. '.
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Attornend Conusolkiiat Law; Smethport. it iflean.o o
' . Pi: . Will attend to all blislooaa in lila profeagiOn: in the
' counties of kllKeatii Potter and In'. • OffksioTer 0; R,
Plartwelf&BiotheFO Store.,-.• . ••• -.••- • .•• .. : 1
. -.- • GIDEON, IRONS,.
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Dealer in DO Goods' GrocerieS,',Poiki• !lour Salt Vigil
BeadylMade Clothing, Boots and Shoes Fiore in•En•
ton's old stand, Bmethport Pa . ...Ganeral PaiontAtolli:
,''' .• • HACktiET /OUSE,'"
Corner rift S econd and .11.dbetty.ntrotSta,' iVaritin" • - Pe ;
BAknon;• P.roprietor; • Travelers will
.finii . gond
oopmpdgtione and raasonalAn aharges: • • •
E. S. MASON,
Deaterto Stoves, Tin. Ware, Jappaned Ware:. &c., treat
side of the" Publia•l3quare, thnethport, Pa. • Custom
work done to order on the shortest 'ootite and In the
BROWNELL,: . , • '..•
Metier in Dry-Goods, , Grocarles,,Orrielfery; Hardware,
• ,Boota, Shoes, Hats,' gaps, Olails, Nails, Oils, &e., Ste.
East side of the,Pablie Square, 'dfnetliport, Po,
Dealer 'ln.Protlalonfrand Family proderies generally, at
Vermere Valley, Bfrffean 00., Pa.. - Grain • Lumber,.
'Shingles, km.', taken in exchange for Goods.. Patent
,Bledlelnee for . Bale.. ' • ' •
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B. L' , Proprietor,—Allegheni , Bridge," WHein
Oo , Pa.. This houee is situated about nine miles from
Smethport on the road to Olean, and will ,be found a
convenient stopping=place- .. ' ... • . •
:.• ' -•- . ERPORTIThi AIME; • • •
Otaiipen; itgrean . co., Pai,, .LEanAtio oOni, Proprietor.
'.A'compiodlotte and well-furnished Louse. .-Strerigere
' and tsaielers wilt find good aeconlntodatitioe: -...-. ..
FARMERI3' VALLEY HOTEL,
Hy T. Goiiiiwxw... Thla bonne IR situated about fivo mile s
• from Sn2ethport on the road to Olean. Pleasure partie s
L end °tiara can be accommodated on thir shortest notice'
ITAIRED HALF-WAY H9llBl',
Dunnj, Proprietor'' Tide benne, situated
evay between emethpoet and Olean. If you want a gciad
dlassr thb lathe place
ONORDIN CORWIN,' • • •
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Peopriotor to:Orli& . fSII, ,st blechankelmig , Ms
• lEsan Coniit.j. Pa; Float. MeaVand, Peed; constantly
• on bind and for sale; In large and small quantities.
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0... Orrnatroza; Priprietor, ;kin!) . td , Kean Co,
Pa: Good' aedonimodatious can be had there at a
timei. • - . • • .
`';',' I ' ' '' ' l i iilßT. ALLIGIOrY . lirtillSE,•,:",
•EttoOn B. Domrtri• Proprietors . at Port . Allegany, Mc
Kean Monty. Pe. ••Thui Hotel isultnated et the Juno
Uori of the BmethpOrtand Allegany Itivor tOadt, tau
mlitureent of Bmethport. • -••• ' • • • • •
411 . 1ETIIPOAT, Pa.
30/I( ii 11A11 NELL i : - Proprietor.
Tli , pioprt•tier hving•reconity tmeobseed •and , thor-'.
°uglily 'matted the Astor.llouee,•gettore himself I.lukt
eanternWegs good socotupodations in, any hotol In Wee"
i s S :4; -}";.':':%!
I SAT THINKING'
I aat.ilibiking—idif ." ' •
OCtlie friends my•beart mice • . :`:
fancy•brought their • •
Laughing faces bapiF i tO view: •:- ".
• 'l'asairdbatoia in: pliadoiry, '. • •
, Tlll.l roamed ence more nib wlldwood, r
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And-li woe a boy again... • • • • '
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'Back through the Y norm*,
of sinned nor,
• 67.4 bright hopes that could nit list,
'Till my heitet did - eager'herrow
• fiFdightirom the eager pact= -j •
Ae these:phentoine'bY.'me glided,
In the twilight dimly there, . •
I heerit again thi-volce that guided;:,,.,
„Mfne so oft in 'plata prayer . : •
- :Quinkly turning, to be 'grasping , •
• ,Her pure hand Own,.'
7Poratio - vision-fair hid, down. . -• '
0 mkinotbir,yasira may iaoiehy ,:
. DlBappear idtitiliee . dark 'Boa;'
Naught of earthly'grief can banish ~ •
• .••• Th~:rememDrinee dear from ms
Henn . TO BEAT.—The best thint we. have
heard of an antiquarian, told of ' ,F.
.GOtidwiii,. Esq., of Concord, N.H.; Who is ac
knowledged tO be the greatest. antiquarian
New England,, Mr. G., in order to' add inoth - -
er valuable , volume of legal lore to his already
wellsycked library,is .engaged in hunting up
copies - of. the celebrated criminal trials that
have taken place in, the State of.NeW Hamp
shire. Observing in a : catalogue of hooks. issu
ed by an old and distinguished publishing.house
.in New York, that ' , Copy Of the trial he was in
search of was ' for. sale,,..Mr. G. immediately
wrote to the firm, requesting them to forward
itto'him. By dile
.course of mail he received
a ietter informing him that the copy of the trial
he desired .had been. Sold; but tbeywould. pro
cure another copy for hint, and that their husi
ness" was so extensive both in this country and
in Europe,. that airy could furnish him with
edpy of any trial he might desire. .41r...G. hay- .
tug been placed in the same positron Several .
times ,by . . `attempting to purchaSe catalogue ,
books. With the prices annexed, Wrote back the
following'short but pithy note: .
CoNcolD, N. H., July 2, 1859.
prentlemen: Your of the 30th - of June is at
jmnd. Be kind•enough to procure '
,for Me, as
Boon as may be, one. copy of the trial of. the
“two thieves," who were hanged,. "one on the
right hand and the other on theleft of our Sa
viour, When he was . crucified," . and eery much
Tour ob't Beret,
P. s:—Be very. careful and gtt - the•, edition
,that, contains the indictment, tfor I have never
been able to 'find out what those rascals stole: .
The sho've 'letter 'is to be .preserved in- the
IleW' York Historical ,society Archives, and a
dinner:awaits 'the .pleasureOtthe
Singular Orn =tent
A brooch.worn by the Counteis of
hail been, thrisuhjeet of eonversitionnrnong the
now ezVes in Pitria' ! ,...Eneirelaii brtiven y urn-.
liante upon a. daili blue.. ground 'ci' lapis lazuli,
and Protected by a. glass in front, rimy - be seen
-What? .portrait? A leek of hair? No,
neither the One or. the .other; but only. four bent
pini wrOtteht togetber in theformot a etar.—;=
The history of this : : ingolar . ornatrient .is con
tabled in the following'. corrintunieation:
. The Collnt was, ..some 'years- ago,' in
. L. .
hie oWn•cpuntry, Suspected of being too much
inclined, to politics, ;and-was consequently one.
niaht,Withnut examination or. further inquiry,
40 - 6 1 from lhe boson? of his family by'police of
fivers; conveyed to u fortress in a distantpart
of. the country, anti. throWn into a damp, dark
dungeon: : pays, weeks . and months passed
away, without'.his being brought to trial., , - The ,
unhappy. map saw himself roblied 'of every sue
icor: the , stillriess of death.and the darkness
of.thesgra ye. he felt net..only his strength fail.
ins him, but also his mind wandering. An un
sPeakable anguish look hold upon him. He,
who feared not- to ;appear before. hie judges,
now trembled before himself: 1 Canscioui of his
danger-"he endeavered to find something to re
lieve himself from the double miser y of idleness
and loneliness; and - thus preierve him from a
terrible insanity.; Four pins, which accidentcy .
happened to be in his coat; lied fortunately es-,
coped the - notice of the jailor. 'Those were to
be the means of deliverance.to hie•spriits. He
threw the pinuurion - the earthwhich alone;
was the floor of his gloomy dungeon. 7 -and then
employed himself in seeking "for • them in dark- I
nese. .-When,,itfter;a:tiresome 43M - chi, fie'spc
eeede.d in finding them, he threw - them doWn
anew; and so, again 'and again; did 'fie' renew
his voluntary task. All the day: leng;.sitting;
lying-or kneeling, he groped about ',with his
hands until he had found the pins which:be ;had
intentionally eeattered.. fearful, yet ken,
efiCial recreation, con - timed for..six . years.—
Tiler', at' last, a - great politieal everit opened
'suddenly. the doors of, his, prison.' The Count
hati just :scattered' hiipins: birt .he would not
leavehis.cell without laking.with him his lit.
tie instruments of -his own preseriationifrom
despair•and- madness. He soon found.them, for
now the. clear, bright ; light-of - daY; beamed in
through the doorway of, his Ilangeon.'. As:the
Count relates 4.6ia sad story..to the Conntess,
she eland the pins vino. .t.oly eagerness.—
Those crooked yellow brass, pins, d u ,
ing six fearfuj years, had been
gathered-. alternately, - were become to her as
pre.cious •relicsi - and now),set in a fret= of brit-
Hants, worth .£,400, as a treasure of much' reat
er value, she wears them.on her b.osorw.7-Court
, c, .5 . :•:' .! ,:,,7,' , . t:''. - ,, ,, : - 7 ~,
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S,MJCTWQAT;'. M'N'Al . :.: . CWER'...I .. 1 . 8 $9;'.',.•.'
A.ST9RY FOR MARRIAGEABLE YOUNG
, DIESiONLY, TO READ.,
• My friend H=r f n arried in early 74e
lady that he chose was kbeautiful but
minded girl. 11,--- 7 was a whole-soufed, pleas.
ure-loving youth, the life of - everieircle that he .
favored with his company. ; •
• Ttie•cltib •o f whi c h he was a 'member ac-.
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knowledged that he. was the Wittiestarid hand
!wiliest man :among- themn • but, as have al
ready said, Married 'earlY; and now , let
me add, Only three Months had elapsed'•wben
we °heels*l a marked change in our faverite.
His bright smile wae changed for a serious
and often sad expression; he came' to the club
,th'an had Veen hls went,
and'While'there he read his paper and .molted;
seldern`joining in 'any conversation. •: • ' •
He had, been in the habit - of .taking out hut
One cigar during the eveningi nnd that was
sometimes thrown away half consumed. Now
be 'sunned . to.emokei . as some pers'onsri
drive away dull care.' „When' the door opened
he started and held The cigar half hidden by his
palier, as if afraid of being caught in Lune for
After had observed my friend, evening af•
ter evening, and felt convinced - that •soine.
cret sorrow was destroying his , peace, I one ,
night left Ihe room with him, offerieg to 'walk
home by his side. He drew my arni within Ms'
own, and gave my hand a friendly , pressure, as
he turned his face toward the gas-light, I saw
that ritear stood in his eye. I said,
yeti are in trouble—cart I relieve yew?' Do'you
need pecuniary aid? if so, let me have the
pleasure of bestoiving it. You have: a'young
wife; and youi expense's must necessarily have
increased—perhaps more than yatianticipated;
and }Mang lawyers sometimes . have to wait long
for their fees. If you ,would like to borrow
money,. say sm I have more than enough for an
old bachelor." .
"Old bachelor! . Watild that. I Were—:."
Here he pinned, and turning. to ma, added:—:
"ll—, reveal not what ibto'ejt i st uttered: ' - -
You have always - been like a brotheir foArterand
yea shall knovi the cauee - ed my distress;.l am
sure you.will never Make itnproper use of whit.
I tell you."
After assuring him that he might safely con. ,
fide in rne,' that I would - never divtilge his' ire
met until I had received permission, I listened
to the following recital: ,
W. F. GOODWM.'
married too. hastily: Clara's beauty daz
zled tne, and riTiV not hit. defects; .the pCot girl
declares she loves me, but preferable'wOuld be
her hatred. I cannot leave her presence
eingobliged. on . return` to account for
every moment of any absence. And no spot is
better thaw my home,' yet I cannot sseeic peace
elsewhere without a Certainty . that I.must pay
a severe penalty. My wife forbids me to smoke
inber.Presence, therefore, "must go abroad to
enjoy what I cannot discontinue at once. In-
with my efforts.to leave it off," . •
SuddinlY:startink, my friend. exclaimed.--
‘ , There she is how, With her head out of tbe ,
wiedow this cold night, though I liave hesought
her not to ekpose ber health in this, way; but
such is her revenge on my going abroad.', Can
you wonder that lam chlmgedi would rath
er die than live thus.'! , .
• Ere,l had'spoken many' words of consolation
we were at my friend'e s dein.. I:was pressing
H.'s hapd When the door'opeped, and a deliciste;
but:beautiful lady held . a light, which showed
too plainly .the frown which disfigured her fair
• csWell, sir, hothe at last?" and the doar•was
closed ere my friUnd had finished saying tggood
t.was enraged,,lcid declared any man was , a
fool to submit to such , treatment.' I . resolved
that I would . Tarry in less 'Hun a , month, to
show H. end other Unfortunates . that a woman
can be gOerned. • -
I lay Owake that night thinking over all my
lady Meads, and considAring which should be
my victim. Some Were too silly, others too
plain lOoking;. but I remembered that one. was
beautiful; intelligent, and so high spirited that
to subdue her Would be a grand aChievement.
I bad wealth, position, and (excuse ' . my vani
ty) notn bad person. . The fair one in questiOn
I had always admiredoind . she had invariably
received me well. Indeed, I had been assured
by an acqnaintance with Miss C. that I was a
favorite with her... But .as: I bad resolved to
lead a single life, I had never entertained :any
serious intentions towards the one I now deter
mined to marry if she would actept rne. , I de
cided to put . on • the 'chains of matrimony to
prove thatthey.coold not always enslave.'
In three weeks from that night I had caught
rny.bird.' We were "to be united. toward the
close'of the coming week; in accordance 'with
My`wishes, that we might (fend the belidays
with my, parents in Virginia: '
On our ;;return we took 'possession of. our
nevrly, - furnished : mansion.. We - gave ri large
party, or rather it was my party that I might
... - -ltA . all,. mithacbelor friends, as well • Asnome
poor unhappy ones...
I was astonished when'iny
all my,arrangements, though she knew - as:WO
As I did they werepeculisr.
Prom Life Illustl•ated
• , ,I could not offend her. of my propoin
lions; she gav&tititinasitad adriee—Merely as
sented .T it':
; 4, 0k; a new broom sweeps clean," thought I
oohe will shovy,out ,Wl3en , Eit..lsMge l f • bride; ,1
know she is prond , tmd anepgh."
The,evening ettsied 'delightfully; and I con
fess lives skeptical ai to My, ability to disturb
my wile's peace*, Mind.: -•
'`The guests . reilied; - aftet.niying. Many Com
nlirrients.ori my choice' of a wife,
alone. As. neon as .1, could , interrupt Alary's
gity and'charming conversation,-1
I.My dein. What dict:you think of my baiing
the wine and *tiding arrangement for the gen
440 h, if was'a eapitartdel, My husband.- It
must have pleasedlyour.!bnehelor. friends to see
that you could tint forget their . coinforr,. altbo'
no longer one of thin]. tinnei note it down
Married: people are toii indifferent about the
`comforts of poor old bacbeitirs. o 44o'
I was again disappainted; but .determined
not to retire Until
, Ir, - calind".tortiCoire,:froivrt or
My 'wife had . been • sitting, .with_ one arm
around me; I gently drew myself from.lier ern=
brace;,(l , c ould • not do it, udely,) and took l a,
cigar horn. tny ease. knew that, before ,otit
engagement she disliked. the habit of smoking.
I calmly' , seated• Myself 'upon'. a lounge and,
puffed away. .; ••• . • , • ~ • -
I.Did you observe. - Mra. •M.'s brooch?" in
quired niYirlfS;..coming toward me and' seating
herself by milii4l3.' ' , go," I repl i e d ,n and , stnOL
ked away vigorously.' Mary continued to chat
gayly, but' suddenly - turned pale and,"drOpped
her head on My shoulder'. She had fainted'. I
rang for,a servant, opened the window and ap
plied restoratives. We bore liar to hat Sleep
,iingrootii, and she soon revivid.'
. 1 naked, "What made bey ill? 'was it the ci
gar? Why did you not speak When:you
felt its effects" and I felt myself` blush. with
shame as I hurriedly asked the questions.. ,
wished to accustom myself to your smo
king," answered rny'wife; fifer I , cannot boar
to drive you from, my;presence every time you.
wish to enjoy avigar." '
'"Angel !" I exclaimed, "I shall never smoke
“Oh, my husband," said she,'"make no vain
promise's; the habit is not: easily. overcome, and
I de' not ask you to discontinue it; now that I.
know I cannot bear. it, I can retire JO the libre
iy vvlien you wish to smoke." • , -; • :
;'She hex neverleen obliged ttrleave nue.thus;
I•have never smoked since,, 51111 would. not be
hired to take another cigar inmy mouth.
A niiht or two after the above 'occurrence I
Was sitting' by my Wife, who. was amusing me
by recounting the events of the day which had
just, Pissed,' slime aneCdotei i relative to her
housekeeping,‘ Arc., I. Was 'charmed by her: at
fectioic and troiveire, and would gladly-Imre re
mained by ber . side. -. ,But she was to be subdu
ed all respectii, and in one she. had notbeen .
tried. Since our Marriage I had not visited the
club rooms. I looked at my watch and care
if you gr w . sleepy, do not wart-for me, I bar
A ehadeof sadness flitted across her beanti
fel face, but it was succeeded •by one of tier
sorserest spriOgingfrorn•my side7tihi
ran to the 'hall; brought out : rfly - overcoat,.
shoes; lire:, pieced there before the fire, and
eiDo not forget to *arm" them before you
leive the club, my busband;andWall: fast that
you may not get cold; iruleed 'l' have ' another
reason for wishing yon haeten home; it will
be zt lonely evenik without you; but you have
deprived yourself of better sociefy so:long that
I cab bear , to spend an evening aUticipatiOn,
instead of the enjoyment; of your'company." "
I hesitated-Leh:lost decided not to, go; but it
would not do to yield. I Went, andWasalmair
as ciull'a's who was' there: .lle observed
my .manner, and whispered: '4iin trouble al.
“Yei,” I answered,. (+and tsball be 'in trou
•.. • . •
ble until I. acknowledge myself ponqueted.
:married to enjoy the pleasure of taming a
shreiv;" but I' find myself wedded. to 'an angel,
I must confess my . mistake, and make myeelf
.worthy the wife that G'od has given me. ; : S ome
other ; bachelor must woo, a : WoMan to Show 'that
a female can be ruled. I am vanquished, and
gladly do I yield to such a victor." . •
Poor If; sighed, rose , and walked the Hoot-for
some minutes; then approaching me , he. said: 7
"Why'this difference? YoUr . wife libeautiful
and graceful—so. mine; •Your_ wife eays she
loves youivi does mine. Yours—". •
idlold," interrupted I, "your wife says ,she
love's you—mine proves it by ' " consulting my
liappinesi. You warnedme against my wife's
pride and spirit; I .gtant she . possesses a large
quantity of both, and'what would a woman be
with Out these traits?'. Ne'ry,:his an eircellint
These leech' h'er hew' to . Centrol. those
characteristies'which Might make us both un
haPpy. Yes, any . man that has brains at
all must not chonie'l' beautiful' wife without
intellect; rather 'let him. wed 'one with a - pinin
face, a warm heart, pnd. food sense."
I shook hands with peer H, and pitied hint
sincerely; then 'crossed the , 'hall :to ,the, room
where were assembled Many. members of the
a farewell • addresiOn which 'I
advised them . TO l'Ott shoo
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hands With • them "H.': 'biutered: irte.ket
the gieeier number; laid 'their, acquaintance
with my wife heti' induced•them to. - look around
for an opportinity to do as Iliad dole;'and they
•all promised ip,accepi.ily Wife" Invited:on to
Conteftlety . .tp• our hem". whenever ihey :fqt
k like hiving quiet domestic enjoyment
' I hastened home, entered the dining-room,
where I saw the gas bUrnifigkrny'slippers were,
warming 'before the fire, near Which•wasdraWn
a greet lint-their; on, the , table were a'Cup and .
saucer; besides other arrangements for a
fortable supper.• , •
I rang the bell and the *alter appeared. I
asked who had pieced my, 'tippers there.: He
smiled ind laid, .itit saw 'Mistress put them
there, sir." -.• • - • •
• • Al it was not a latifhoUr I
,was surprised that
my.erife. was not wilting,' although I requested
bee to:retire, if sleepy •
I "aske . ds silk" Mrs. IE .retired?" The ler
-vent replied; 4 1to,"eli;"ihri the 'kitchen,
teaching Nancy,and Ellen to reld4.l
I told the woitsuriot to disturb Ids mistress
but 'wait in the bottetyuntll
stole quietly down to the kitchen, awl
peeped through ih4;glies Orer,,the door; The
large pine :table Contained boolui, elutes, etc.--
There at my. wife between two black females,.
one was reading .to her - end theeyea 'at the
other 'were,gasing Ulf the thee of het . ilisties.
ai if the.considered her a being . ftotn ay better
I returned to the dining-rooM, rang the bell,
sind•when the waiter re•appeared I bade him
inform his mistress that I had arrlyed, I (sir
some • long Word:Wee left half prOnounced, for in
less than two.minutes she Was in my arias.
ig how good of you to:return . early!''
cried she; "but Why did you? Was It not pleai-,
ant withyour club?" ' ,
' :tiNo, iny Wile,", I replied, «I ,shall go to it
no more:. It answered very well While I, bad
no hodee of my own; but now I have a dear,
eensibles, loving . wite, .who ie . more :attractive
than . al) the - clubs in Cbrietendom.'? •
, . .
Mary hlnihed at the. compliment; and.bury.
ing bet' face in my bosomto hide the tears that
would come in spite of the Sculley said, giMay
ever deserve such praise and love froth you, my
husbandivhenYou lettiMe this' evening, I sat
one moment on the 'image; and . shed tears 'be
cause ]i felt so lonely; then I thought this will
not dp;. Charlee must sometime' leayerme;
will imprUve usefigly every hour of his
Elo aftar preparing for your return I wanitel . the
kitchen to instruct our women,"
Iriy wife insisted on my =going to ,the.clu b
once a week, lest my bachelor -friends beiarne
jealous of her, but oei hive witnessed so much
of our hrippiness that I think the 'doh room will
nCt•much !anger be, the , resort.of any but "mis
erable . rejected bathelors- and, unhappy. bus
' • ' ~! ,
Early: Fattening of
The philosophy of 'Rimiest of fat in animals
lei that the digested , fond not. needed to supply
„in the systerriOs laid in this _forth; of
fitimitrtilni i orearLit . O.;ir. - diNke4^'
induced by exercise; or use 'of the molder, and
also by combuitiot in the ,Itinge, of the digest
ed food; :animal hest:. -lleneei 'the
same. amount' of food given'• in warm 'weather
will, if digested, afford,a'greater . surplusof fet
than vvhen fed in cold:weather.. :Hogs or ether
animals intended for- fattening
_should . be shut
up „this .month.. , *any advocate -snaking the.
sire of the fattening.pen so that the ank
mat will have just . room lo stand or lie. 'While
Confinement 'favors rest ..and a ditiposition to
fatten, to 'close 'quarters are. not heaithful for
the animal, which needs moderate exercise to
digestion: The quality Of the •fiesh produced
Must be somewhat impaired by any confine
ment thei interferes with the health. The ap
petite may be , kept tip by change of food, a, fre
quent'supply of green vegettibler, , such as , coin,
cabbige . leaves, pea s -Vines, and the refuse 'nf the
garden'. .cooked;fond digests much more easily
than raw, and is in condition to yield more
nourishment, and .is also better relished by
most kinda of stock. Cleanliness in the fatten
ing pens should not be overlooketi. Although
pigs proverbially are filthy; they are not really
so; theY do not delight iii the effluvia of their
'own droppings, as any one. can see by noticing
that they generally ippriqiiiate otie portion of
the pen to filth. ,An washing and
scrubbing with soap slide, willconduce Much tO
their thrift—all animals keep in condition more
easily; whenthe skiii is kept cleats and healthy;
Akrieulturallat. . •
, . . . .
POSTAL lacanstrr.—A yeung Man from .the
rural districts went to the post office, tit . ° other
day, with a bank note, for a dollar's. Worth of
stamPs. He sitia.told , that paper money; was
not receive& lie want for Spanish ilaarters.
ikWa don't receive Ahem now," said the. at-.
teridant, "'for more than twenty centre piece."
.•The countryman thought Uncle Seen "mighty
particular, so 'he went and obtained
• a dollar'a
W o rt h of c9pper• • . ,
• • • •
“New," said be, op 'returning to- the office,
'and laying down his pile in • the window of Ail
dil Buess.l 4 '°' su it
The pan , inside looked at t4e1,90019r-Ot*°...ElT
pere, and coolly replied: • .'!
- Owe never take: More thaw!. three eents lin
copper at one' tint' tender
above that anal."' • e=l '
' ,The'rountipauts tasked attlaritompiiiimiso
and i tita iof 4 •vai :14
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particular, by fellows backitik up in i aack a la
as thie'cri7 'You don't talee vollirthrOONtilehral
°( "PPl r . , • a tt t l l° ?• ,-4 1;1
how."! ittlifrTel ear AZ , P 4 tP
The ode tallirent.piolitilyleittlita - tt
pail.!war, VAL, .47
"Look' hetet lair tiotti,eteNt'es. it%
e'pose ytitt 411114 kients'iteitiPeorsOtthq
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:'Undo Oa*, fifer '.was 'Pf44l9,74P),livmi ;xl2
_his• 'he,eatigitt,li: , 'T'artiii t f loptotlJotoft—(
to the ,vitadeleitodsiikiliok.,.;;Yx., m e calits , off:at&
"'How Mini ep *retie - heeeletriottot, AIL er'S
;C Y I. tOn i e
had,a unfired of't p: • , 0, 140 ' .
bid I aOitq'Altibilitkei#O.Pi'o'''''""-
: The itampatweto passed. oat•a44¢nq . 1 49,1 0 .`t
handed over, , when l / 4 tbsmituntryttuam weottaff s ll
laying! . „" • ': ma 4 r5e,.,T"10.-y;
Uncle Stm k lit thinks he i 5 1100#)141,...,4*'::,,t'
ticm, guesi , .they,
time." +.‘; • 'At • va. , .",'? • •
T4.#a°, 2 °Tget gsAcr•i*A • r t u P i: Yr7. I ta c i PrO7fl,
her that , fitlf Will it likely to be . crowed ev,ply
day* for it. rc f. , e4
EietY.body- hi thp !Ogle' nathreto
wellasins 411 , ieh,
to expect too.much. ;
...I. To le*ra.ihe diffeient
. timper snd, ilimpoiition ,
of each ilid .
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To loOk'Al each mewl* of the Csadlyas one
lac whogrise, should hare a cats, •
When any good happens 16,any .One t , to, ra-i
joice at it.' '
• •Nrieti itielitiad to ang9r2alwirer;lo o '
"overcome evil _
• If, from iiicitaiwat Jafirrnity,,Wa•fea; !
.to keep a strict watch, ovir
• Tprobeitir.`#. : when . eith*rl : lliiiiiiffeilii,'-',liiil
,II'! word iit"' kinapiii. lick ihiairti.ilb/ 7' lt•
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Watch:little o;ll°,6:filth» ottdeitelkir and
put 'Utter inacryane'ei out ir,thfr4iay:
To take a - ilieartal Visor 'evriritidngi'iiven&
of the Weather; w nou ¥hos 'll l4 I ' ,
,thera for their littlethinrimberilou
• In kill little plena/ea' Oceui;' to fat'
, you i ailt . „ , e .
To .try for s,toe tisoit 'inawek". that-UW*l.th:
sl i er *rat io,. '•• - • , ;•-°c • ; ',_ , 4 : 0.4.;
-, • 4 ~ o, ~ • z 4:
4•• When we have been pained- br• •niikiwk ,
often (lona 119'41;114e' and i;ein 'AAl'O'
onl'o , ••. • • •
In conversation ) 'not to exalt' youreelfibut
• a • •
bring a tlt herq . forw ard :
them with teepeet.
Never tcrjadge one •iinother .barshly; butAo;
attriludte,it gikd IthoPie Wheis we tau.'o
PATworms Holtz Ithonantos•-ialwreedlin'i
lc cepterenikthe creature force of the - universal' .
Metter under liii kaiid ''tskei`on , :its •kriyilid":
fonta that are required. by our Sdrineing Clilf: •
ization. ; The furniture of the , kottes7tko ear--
riage, hats, boots, - calicoes, .silkir,'woollen tab,
'tics; the press, the'Car;theYsteatiboat;, i cit t ilicit
brick and temples of , the: ilylni#od-41,411
familiar forma. of • the creative and;do`rning
chiracter of the.`mechanics! toil, = , ihit, lad
enough it is to look tato' tilei'clinditi*#l,tiit
thousands of , mechanics wlmkve ta.onzimailer
towns.. Toil as be may, *can tieltiomlise;to
opulence. ,'The:merchant,. theitrofeasioni, Um •
laidlerd,,the money • Shiver and 'the iwindlip
may end:de o,lto#eallh 'uid : . l o.4 o ,ii.O'Y i f
the toiling mechanic` as a general' fact, lkies Out
a aide street in is modest' house, iCtio r hisssiiikiit
all—while the 'others loom tip on insitstrsets
in fine palaces: - Oneseansoof thicisiprectly
in this , way, the tiliding - indlikiOkig
, Classes .
patronizing tii K e*:xiiichinici:::l')*lll: iP:ii
to New York and paYs: . sooo.ilii Sliie4 k iiiiiiiiiis
—so niucivi capy:iit irit
tY; 'wilt 6 the::#'o4 iTk i ii 044 'fii , o6:o#. .
etc. One mechanic after„angthar„ss up**
and kis tradelost, in& lakiself rainsikyjsjimitit
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be 'ilieik * Ye beeem4g a V4r .i fi t e4 6 ,VAlr;
ing furnished him meanipl.,tokleghak,woinga, , '
England is the greatest ineilombialOrit"
the glotie.: - ` pat 4 - '40044 iei t :4111#101
neceigitY•*4 ilui 'l' l ' 6 :4o* _ _ .it WlMa t ti .
power to ; its 'utmost . Ailist r % c psisrpsoipos gkis
make more esonoiesPaholtif*ltiedi '
the 'oriental . Ottpiti&Welsli ' '' .
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tr!aY ' 4 ,° l -P.1.!,: t ." „4 ...Ammslol f:'
ga,atio*:,,dottifix,:koiontoit, .2 ' .,
laid ,4. 0 4 4 - 3 4, s iti vesitfit OnOo TO iiitifiliekoit
Thelita4'ili`n'•iiiitPiiiihrttoo , 4 l6 o ll 4 l ll
i4 , CA0 4 ,4 14 * - t i :V . C.FWit if T ''
tWOF o 4fo•VAW,E,..4lVA 4 titlf4K l 4 l *lstk e
' steam Pwer 4Enilan'atiqual l6 o o o ll7 *; : ,
5, 1 1),9*er If4 l e.'i'it4tis l FFAt i i;C i lN ie ~
. 6444 0 :400 -1 04: 4 4*Pier t* VO L' '
for'. tr.:Oliva. Atl.ir,,;4oleseryt sniadle,eow 4B ',.'.
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