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SMETRPORT, WICP.AN" COkINTY,. PA.
OFFICE, 8. CORNER OP SQUARE,
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tates of Advertiihw;
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One square of 19 line' or lessi-3 Insertions, • ,
liveliness Canis, with • • 6 00.
Rule figure work will- be- double the ribnve rates.
Twelve' lines :BrEnrier type,- :0r eight - lines .nonpareil; is-
These Tiring willi m >crictly adfiered to„Lil •
-'‘ BTjAKE - • ..•'
D T vINTIST, would respectfully inform the l inltabitents
.of Olean and surrounding country that he lice
maid hinted( permanently hi Olean, for the practice' of
tdsprofeselon, where he wilt. be prepared: to watt on all
who chooae to eye him a call.. (Mee over 0 11.
bry Goode Store. ,• . 1 . , •
Olmut, May 14,1100., 3.4
tlaao,.Proprletor. Olean, FLY. . 'Omnibne rum;
to Awl from th e New-York and Erie X4ll Riad. Stagem
for Smethpnrt and Obrei.; ' • ' • • •
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15'. 3 .0800 CID Proprietor. Rid g way , Pi. This lintel . IR'
pew and furnished In mndeen atyle, has ample anion'-
. • Medatlons, and Is, hi an respente, n.lFlret Clam lintel:
• , 'Ridgway . , Elk Co. Pa. Nay' +I. Iseso. .• . . • .. '
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Joint• Weis, Proprietor. - . This .honee . le .aittnited halt
way between' Smetbport and 01014. , ' A ' convenient
an commodieukhous ), attentive ma obliging •atteirt..
Ante, and low price*. • • -. . . .
. • Eldred' Mayl7 1860 . . ~ -
Surveyor,' brattsnian Conveyancer,and .Real EState
Agent : • Stnethpert, 31 , Kean county, Pa.' , • •
A: F. TAYLOR,
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&tale r.I nliry. Gooda Ilrocerleo,:Pnrk, Flour, Salt, Fish
Ready-!iladeeloWng., Boots ani 812041. Bmethoottp
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Practical Mechanic,: Mlllwaght, Bridge-bniLleri &e.,
Port Allegheny, BPKean conoty,.P.a.
BURVICTOW,. DItAIWIMAN, coraxiraircum and Real
. Belot/ Agent Penrea.
Hon. Thomu Struthers., 7....
• W. B. Brownell,' Beg., :•
Sion: L Wilcox,.,.
Baena VLta. IP*.
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-.' . ' • - . ' . WOOER •. HOUSE, .
Joni 11,1101 A Proprietor,,eormer, or , Water and Makers
• StOets, Warren, .Pa.• General Stage Office... : . •
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Wioriting the Pahlteitquitie," Olean,. N. Y. :AIM M.
• : Alitifta. Proprietor. The Fobes House ie entirely hew
and built of brick, end. la furnished In • modern , style.
. . The .proprietor' flatten himself that, his accourinoda;
flow are not • sUrpaseed'by an hetet' in Western New
York. Carriages ran to and, from the .New York and
. Nrie Rail Road. ~ . .. .. ',. •-, .: 38.tf; '
IYSON D. HAXLIL
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dlet ee ltre ce Liw; Sinetbpert, WlCeall' ._CenntY. , Pa.,
. Agent ihe Kasen: Heeling & 00 , 8 leads.' "Attends
eepeclelly,te the Collection of Clalecc; Erandhation at
Lend Titles; Payment of, Tixec, and, all Wiliness Cele
• ling to Real Estate. • Waco in IfemliC Block. ~• '••
D.. A. Watnnw, Proprietor,-- t. kittens, Warm enmity
. ..Pa.. Ills Table will be. supplied with the • best the
country affords, and'he spare' no pains In aocionodstistg
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Attorney nuil -Counsellor ,at taw, Bthethport, .M 7 Kean
County, 'Pa.'. Rusinesn'Ontruated to *his care fa fiche
counties of NVlCean, - nitter and Elk will he'promptly.
.attentellto • .01lice - lu the Court Ilona. . second '.floor.
DL L. L.WIUE*I
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thyddan sad Bargees, Smeilsport, Pa, will.artend to
all proressiOnal cells arlth' prop:mane,. Office In tart-.
well Block, second:floor.. •, • .
Wholeailiiiiild natal Des!era In Staple arid 'Fancy Dry
tioada r earpetlag, Ready Made 0 lothlne, and general
Putedahleg Goode, Boota and Shook, Wall and Window
Paper, LOolOisictklasaes &c. At Olean. N. X.
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neeethport,ll , Enait 00., Pe. 'D. it. Plinnirrr, Prorate
. tor-L-opposite ; the Court Mine. • A nen, large, tom:
• modlone and r
well•uehdied hones. ' _. • •• •
•. . • : f•.• JOHN I);,• 11.11OKIIII, ' •
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Attorney and Counsellor at fi
Law, methport. ?elf @an C o
pa. Will attend to all halitosis In his profession In the
eolith's Of MlKein,Potter and Office over, 0. b.
Sartwell & Brother" Otero. • . , • •• • .
• HAMMY .• • ••
Oorner orsOondae4 Liberttstreeta, Warren Ps.
A. Butto', Proprietor,' revelers will. tleigood se,
notpesodationd aoi reason* e charges. • •
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Dealer Initoves, Tin Wars :appalled Ware, he., weld
side of th e :Public Square, ahnethport, Pa. Oestom
work. done - to order on the, shortest sotiee:and In". the.
moot substantial' manlier. • .. ' . '•.•-: • ' '
'Deater.in Dry .Goodi,'• Groceries, Groctery, Hardware,
• Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Glans, Halls; 011s,•&e,, &c.
East aide of the Pubile Square, Bmethport. Pa..
A. T. OTTO,
,peeler Provision,' and Family Groceries generally, at
.. Farmers Valley, I%lolesn 00., Pa. Gra n,. Lumbei,
ablasles, &0., taken in exchange tbk 'Goods. Patent
Medicines lei. sale. •, • .• . •
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B. litituti, •Pfoptietori—Allegheny tridge,-11 0 1tean
c o p a . • This hopes la eltuated'about nine miles from
Benelhjeort on the road to Oleau r end will be found •
• '.eorvenient otoPPlng-Pmee • . • •: - - • • '
EXPORIITS: HOUSE •
Shippeo, 31 , Keau C 0.,. a. N. L. DUN, Piopriejor
A commodious and: weU•tarniahed house.. Strange ro
led tiaseleci will duck good isecommtslations. .
FAMERS , VAL= HOTEL,
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By T. Goonvign:. Vbintionde eituated about five mil e
.frooiSmetbport on the road to Olean. Pleasure portion
' and othete can be sonommodated on the shortest notice.
PORT ALLEGANY HOUSE, ••
Eiloinill.'Dotairif Proprietor , at POrl Allegany, Mc-.
Kean Vount, es. Thin Rotel. leeltuated at the June
' thin or the Bmethport and Allegauji River tonde, nine
ulnae east of Sniethport. .
ASTOR- HOUSE,_' OE-
.• •Cep.; Pa.
itesszLL : : Proprietor.'
Yho Prohrleterhayini recently purchemed and "ther
oughly refitted tho,Aator natters himself 'that he.
caniurarlah ao,gond accommodations as any hotel in Wed
ord PenoSylrestitt. •• • • •
•oveV'seaatii over desert; '
IFand/rlng many lie/eery : 1
By thilordlY. blinks of Ganges...-
'By thesoftly Hewing
Travelers wander r seeking.ever
Hnlns which many tales unfold,",
Of, tile•rmle;barberle 'ogle/der
Of the inyst,le days; of old. -
Aid they watched with draining Vieloo-L,
Watch uptletwie *shrine-
For a . gitmpee at dude half-hhiden. • -
daetted' crags akiagtheAhine. '
ancient lands they wander,.
. Everadth a - new
seeking wine which ire peered
To their wonder4oribisight.. ' •
Rut they know not that amend there, t. • .
Olomi.at hoine,are rid= spread,
Strange aa.tlibaii that glimpses Elie them
. the *gee that are deed. • . ' t •
Ciaridding fine or fallen turret, •
Ruined mosque or minaret; .. • •
l'etaahee net the solenin letuani e •
'Wlifoh.we learn but to forget: •
Every where ' around are scattered • • .
Ruined liven and broken hinurbui .
Wreckeof maishood faemore shattered' ,
Than tbeue frigureotent !oat arts. .'
And we need not'. to seek then' .
War trim our native laud,' • , • . : • :
For, unnoted and .ternaken,.. ' •
Near us Mani rules stead: • • "
But when eyes and hearts are heavy.' ,
flailing on thern comes the, thought. .
That, though corn i ced aisles and column .• .
Soot shall crumble Into egughti • H . •
Still those darkened human rules,
,All rebuilt, shall one day !baud , •
Beauteous ranee tad noble etntetures, '' •
• Within Hod's most glorkoris laud... .
' . —Home Journal
In many cases uf dis'ordered stomach, a tea.
spoonful of salt fs s' common cure., In the 'vio
lent internal 'aching, termed c'olic, add a tea
spoonful of salt to a pint of cold water-drink
it and go to bed ; it is one of the speediest rem
edies known. The same'will rev i ve one- who
seems almost dead
s troin a heavy , ran..
In an apopletie.6t;tio time should, be lest in
poirring down,salt and water, anincient son:
sibility remain to allot the twellowittg I if not;
the head moat be sponged with cold water un
til.the senses return, when, the dept will imme
diately restore the patient from the lethargy.
In a fit, the feet should be placed in warm
water, with mustard added, and the legs briskly
rubbed, ail bandages removed from the , neck,
and a cool apartment procured if ponsible...
In many eases of severe bleeding at the lungr
and when other remefiCes failed, Dr. itush found
two . spoonsful of salt completely: stayed the
In eases of a bite from a mad dog, wash the
bite with strong brine'for an 'hour t then bind
on salt with's rag. -
In teoth-aehe, Salt and warm Water held to
the part, and•renewed tero.or three times;
relievein most eases. If the gums be affected,
s the mouth with brine ; if the teeth be
tattered; wash them twice a'day with 'salt
In swelled neck, *ash the pSrt in brine . twice
s . day until'.Cured,' •
MEANS.-.:The power of Money is on
the whole overestimated. The greatest things
which have been done for thii World have not
been accomplished by rich Men, or by subserir
Lion lists, but airmen generally of Small peel.
niary means.. Christianity was propagated
over half the : world by men of the poorest elaes ;
and the greater thinkeis, discoverers, inventors
and artists, have been men of moderate wealth,
'many of them little raised aboVe the condition
of 'manual laborers in joint of Wailing eircum
stances. And it will always be so. Riches
are oftner.an impediment than a ithmilous to
action, and in many, eases. they are quite as
much a misfortune s. a blessing. The yOuth,
'who inherits wealth, is , apt to have' life made
too easy toe,hiin,and he soon grim. Sated with
it because hebas
nothing left to desire. Hay
ing no special object :to ,struggle for, he 'finds
time hangs heavy on his hands ; he '.remains
njorally and spiritually asleep.; and his posi
tion sockty is.often no higher than that of
a polypus over which the tide flails..
"His only Faber is to kill the time,
And laboi dire it is, 'a wearrevoe."
FriendshiP once conceived, should like love,
in one.sense, last forever. We may lose the
friend,-theiriendship we never can or ought to
lose. Actively, it mity exibt no more ; but
Passive, it Is Just as binding as the first MO.
ment when we pledged it, as we believed, for
ever. Its , duties like its delights, 'may bare
'become a dead letter ; but none of its claims
or' confidence have we ever afterwards the'
smallest right to abjure or to break.
• When the world frowns Most, then generally
dud smiler most ; when the,vrorld put. on its
iron chains upon the saints' legs, then Godputs
his golden chains about their neilcs ;. when the
World pita a bitter cup in one hand,. then thg
Lord puts a cup of consolation into the other. ;
when the world cries '!crucify them, crucify
then.," then Commonly they 'hear that voice
'front heaven,:cdThise ire nny •beloved ones,in
vrhom•l am much pleased,' ,
Vverybady sits.in judgment' on a dirty sin ;
but clean it; dress it, pOlish' it, and there are
ten thousand':people whci think it.not so sinful;
6611181 A •inbjuity 'ilot as wicked as Wien
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BY IIeRIOET TYNO
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IT HAD A TOOT TO IT
A cotitrihntor to the .N. 0... Delta,, tells, the
folloWing story of how he Went, into the Coon
trY. and What happened there.'. The. point of
the story is'an admirable .hit at false , modesty
which sometimes'prevent'-people . ' fronicalling
thiogi by their, right. •r;ames,. and...pretend .to
hltish at the mention of honest
' .I was:either born , .too soon or toe late. There
certainly must have been, or is ' : to be, an: age
when I' did: nut, n,shall not, stand alone: in my
There ;mist have been an age since
the dey's of Adam when women , were willing'
wear clothes:to cover' them,: am! not for , the
mere purpose of showing what regret they felt
at Eve's ever biting , the forbidden , apple. Can
you tell me:where to - finite wife
not to vrear low 'necked dresses . ; willing to
leave vrasherwconan and 'servants...to -
lize short sleeves; willing to Cut her.skirie an .
inch belovr the topS of •her' giiiierii willing to
show that sheknaws how. to *blush ; willing to
spend her evenings at home; willing, after she,
is married, to.,beeonne a wife.; Not the
country, aid vainly hoped, can one ilisCorer
'that treasure. A country town is. iiinply •an
'exaggerated cOPy Of the .city. • :There is' the
sameabseraity,. the same' hol
lowness Of. heart.. The other. .morning I (Mind
a ' pretty, little country girl, who. refreshed my
thirsty spii it with her frankness and freshness.
did .not dare :to :cultivate. her arituaintance,
'least she should disappoint me, after , all,. by
some assumption of "airs."
. She Was:a coon-,
'try music teacher, and she eameneirer mildew
of what a woman ought-to be than any one 1
have seen: As for the little playmates came
to sae, how can 1:lay •to Yon, to' whore]
prouillyboisted of berithat she is only a re
vised edition . of Mies. Lucy Top 'Layer. TO
tell the truth most fashionable women look like
her. There ie some variation in their height
and features, of. comae, but :their skirts have
the same amplitude, their„waiststhe same gir
cumference, and their busts the • same Omen.,
liana: Cotton and corsetts have ..become . the
chief end'Of'women.: Every female ought to be proslaverY, for a northern :Woman would
consider herself-fiat, rotate and Unprofitable, did
she not feel that she had at her command the
staple product of the South. .• •
I went to church last. Sunday with' Mimi An-.
gellette. That, is, Lettered out of the' house
with her. At first I tried to keeriup a conver
sation with her, but she placed 'such a gulf:of
brocade between herself and me, that I found
it Would, he 'netessary to engage 'a . speaking
trumpet, for the occasion, if I • Mrpected . ..to .be
heard. Dial draw near her, She wai brought
to a'sudden stop by my stepping on her dresS,
if I drew back in order - not to retard her Pro
gress in thia way,'the pluses'weritTaled by my
.saying . .one thing over,and over:and her.excla,
mation of—"I did not understand you Mr.Crosr.
benes; a little -louder Mr. Croisbnnes if yen
;" and*after4. had tried first one side,
then the other, and finally, dropped tO a. safe
distanee behind, I 'felt wh'en I - reached' tbe
.church, like an exhauited rope vralker,' whip
had juet perforMed his first feet:. I.also
her to go out riding on , aorseback.with me.—.
She give a grardetus Consent, and half dream•
ed, as I:Wailed fee her on. the piazza below,
that 'I should serii her come , flown arrayed in
simple' habit and pretty straw hat , looking like
a sweet rosy village girl.' I , started at, hearing
my name proeciancea; and turned trifled her
habiied splendidly.' Velvet hat, ostrich plumes,
gauntlet gloves, told mounted whip, embroi.
dared mouchair, • ete., etc. •
:What a pleasant surpriset Him unexpect
ed, away out in this country tour, a thousand
miles from New Yorkt Zotinds; how • gracefht
she mounted ! Whit :ease in the saddle !
What a• Zenobia with the reins.• Avirty ;we
went, gently it first—then 'taster.' Over the
bridge with a tramp ictid enough to.awaken the
sleepers r . up•the . lpw hills and:doWn the green
elopsi,.then came a long,'lmar stretch fit level
ground. .race 7" 'cried Miss A egellette,
her cheeks blazing, her eyes , flashing, ex . citt! , :•
meat forcing her to be herself. by making • her
forget herself. She plied her ;whiPlorward
da'shed our matched steeds. We were: neck
and neck;,, then the lady 'was „ half length
ahead. Sire kept it. How we whizzed-along! ,
the plumes-2nd ribbons floated and fluttered:—
How fine it was, but lo! there was a misstep
stumble.:Something went over the , held
of Miss,Angellettes horse, I, drew my rein and
sprang to pick it up. •There-was.ostrich plumes,
ribbons, gOld niritited:riding - whip, gauntlet!,
green cloth, and—Miss A ngellettii! •
rdlr.on are hurt," I crierl,'as 'caught sight of
Abe:cheeks with the flush all gone from them;
and the bright eyes dimmed. .In my sympathy
I forgave her frudiaappointing meirLlier char
acter. I forgot her fashionableneSs. She was
the daughter of my fither'i old friend, how'--a
village girl svhose.ermiatnteneel had traveled
so far to%malce.', Ivied to lift her from the
ACM. She groaned:* • •
“Where'ore yon hurt k my.lipar yonng Indy'?”
t Fav", earnestly. . •-•
• She:sbook•lier - hend' and still.etnaned. :
frightened,". I oOrmi, lifting: het-Tale
iace.to my mrom.; • .
" , No; no, liit.—Ltlrend(9ll, hurt; but: I :can
ilot.fpli you. 011, - 4fear, ph dear 'C".
, 413ut you must tell me, 'deur .Augryllstte. I .
must get assistance if you n e ed medical ..aid
lifre, I must bring it. ':Do confaeill•rli . ' Rl4"
meinber,,t was like a brother, to you onee.sP,
,There wee a pease.; then, with
~ . ,bunt of
tears, she said t g.l think C have .broken :.a
teit or tin arm 7" .Vaskell. • •
Mr. • Crossbones a ..shooken
look "I tOl4 yeitt'alimb —islet:that eminent"
. -‘,lsto Coil give you four limbs; as you call
them, Miss, and if you nOt.:allow me to.
call. thinis. by.the right naMei .it least tell me
if the limb you have broken is , an upper or •
lower . ow; 1 .' • . •
"Thatl onnsider, siroone of you boldness''?
with a croon and writhe of , pain. , •
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tell me w!4thei it has st (riot
nr hatittattached; . b.call . oo,lo hand, • you ean
ride'your hor'se heck, with my guidiage. If a
font,' I moat find ci•yebiele somewhere to.eatry
.yo'n. Riding her fate c sbe
faltered. forth;: !tit'. has' a toot attached,;
and, withont mire ado, I lifted her intniarrne
and carried her to . the'reradaide, then hailed
plowboy. from' • neighborieiglield arid started
him post=haste on.my ;horse fora . .
The limb preVell to he Only - a sprained
and.the patiani . la doing remarkably willasadet
the Village .loetor'a care.
.She ia able to: elf in
the parlor in. a;.siderltd: rrernice, , composed er.
materials. which, , rlchnesa, stsrpaitsq* any
thing ever dreatried'of in our great, graisdnnth4
errs Philmtophr,.aveti when thyp dreained of
bridal array. 'l'm afraid thatltihatl , go aviir
from here no terra abachelOr than when I easnii
I don't'helieve I can make... favorable Immo.:
shin on Mitt. A ngelleilei and, between YOn sad
even if T.inold; 'who woutdthink of taking
a woman to walk thCiut .h the.vale of _life with
him, when she wit! not acknowledge. that she,
Tug Mame roe. Deltic Rocisii.-=Amerlcan
wntrien have a strange media for daric room.,
hut hear whit Florence Nightingale in her notes
on nursing,.saya'on the oubject s 1 , 4 0 a &witticism"
iq always an unhealthy bodge, always tilt .11I
aired house, eivntys a diity bottles Wait of
light !stops greerth, and Promotes scrofillaa'
rickets. ete., among the children. .People lose
their hedth'in a dark,. house, and if they get
ill, tniy c a r n et get well again In it.. Three
out of , man y imagligenees and ignorarices, In
managing the. health
i of house's ' generally". I
will here mention 'as sPecirnenti. First, that
the female head in charge of any building does
not think.it nececaary to visit every bole and'
Corner of it every day. Now can' she expect
those Who are under her to be miore'citiefotto
Maintain her hotise in i a healthy conditiosi than
she who is in charge of it 1' Secands OW it le
not considered essential to air;: to sami . `aid. to
clean rooms.while uninhabited f . stehkh . lim
ply ighoring the rst elementary notion. et so*.
itary thin:v..4nd laying the groirad ready for
all kinds of disease. - Third, that the' windoisti
and' one window..is ctintiidered. snoegh to. air a
room. Don't imagine 'that if you, iwbo ark
charge; look 10 . 1 . 01 those things . Yourself.
those nrder yell will he more careful than'. you ,
ere. It appears as ir the part of a . Wetter,
new is to complain of her tis,.and to Me.
ceps their exenos—mot to show them how there
need be neither complaints mode noregiusis."
TITS Lirrt.r - t;!yes.—Do you ever think how
Much work a little chilli:does in 'day ,Bow,
from eunrim to . sunset, the little feet pitter
rotintlL-to us—so aimlessly.• Climbing up here,
kneeling thivrn there, tnriniug to 'amities !dike,.
.but never still. Twisting anti torning,-rolling
and reaching and tiouhtibg, as if testily; every
hone and winsrle for their• (Mum USOII. It ii
'very curious to watch it. One, who does so
mayl well understand the deep brentling toiltbe
rosy little sleeper, as with one avai tossed over
its Curly head, it prepares for the next day'.
r,yrrmastics. Tireless through the day till tint
time comes, ett:the maternal.' lore that 110 pie
tiently accommodates ltrolf, • hams after hears
to its thousand wants arid , tapricei, real es lie
A busy creature - is:'a little. child. To be
looked' upon with awn es well as delight, suite .
clear eye looks tinstingly, into faces, that - to
God and titan have essayed to wear a
As it sits down in its•little chair to ponder pre
coeinuely over the whito' lie yon thought it
;gnarly" to tell It. Al' rising and lesiing on
your knees. it says thoughtfully, ids tone that
should provoko a tear, not a' smile-7 11 1 don't
believe it.". A lovely and yet a fearful thing
is:that little child t
Poimsnis opt FOREIGN Lwrraas.--The German
rate of Postage nn letters betwees the .United
States end the Thum and Taxis postal district,
conveyed via Hamburg, has been recently re
cently reduced to , the uniform rate of five Cents
the same as .when conveyed Bremen—io
that in future the single rate of letters, half , an
ounce or'nnfler, between this :country and the
German States tinder the direction of the Thu
rn" and Taxis Post office, whether conveyed via
Bremen or Hamburg, fifteen cents, pre-payr,
The single rate
.nf letter - poetess_ between
the" United.Stntes and Switzerland,.. by the
flamberg.rnail,: has berm requeed frOm twenty
to twenty rents, pre-payment optional as
heertolori;, which reduction goer into effect im
mediately, and is the' result of thee - reduced rate
of Cierinan Pnstage on limericiii correspond
once. transmitted via Homburg: • . •
.I. l ln frisPamanfighes 'Pretoria fie teaeorts ; a
SCOfehMallreasonsbeloro he fights . ; 'a Yankee
is'nbt portictitar—will do either ; , to.,suit his
cttatornersi , •
eminence Intl profile/00A 111 Me
fade Away and die with . 101..thisigi
Nothing of cheacter is .reilly patthattent Mit
virtue end geisonal worth. Theis verifiln.- .
Whatever of. exCellenee Is • *trough! luta the
soul itself, belongs tobeth Joel good•
ness does not attach . itself merely to thie life;
it points'to another world. ' Iyolitteal ot pro
fessional reputation cannot last forever; bet.*
conscience void of offence lieforr God. and Min t
is en inheritance for eternity; IteligiOn, there
fore; le a nece ee try slid indispensible element
in any great. human character. there is no
living Without 'it. Religion iirthe.,tie which , '
connects Man with his creator, And holds hint
to His throne. •If that tie be altsindired, Alt
broken; he floats away, a worthlen atomAn
the universe, its proper attractions gono, Its
destiny thirarted;.and its•whole future Within . '
but darkness, tlesoletion, and death." A • man`
with no sense of religions duty,-'is hi wharf
the scripture' deicillos'in spelt terse brit terrific
language, silly : Mg without (hd in tho world.
Stich a min is out of his limper treirig,.ogt of
the circle of his. bippiness, aid . away,' far
away, from the . purpous of his Creation."
A mind like Mr. Webster'i, setive, tholight
loomelratlolp mdelf, could not but ,meditste
deeply on the emilMissi of ma. MI.W a 41
its He meld, nSt look Do this
mighty • •
geniis universal frame , 'thus wond'rous 414"
Without feeling that it IVO created iind upheld
by en intelligence-to which all other Intelligence
must ba responsible.. am hound to say 044
I. the course of my life, nee., met with, :en ,
individial, in - amY profesaien or condition. wlm
always spoke and always thought with etch
awful reverence of tire piwer and prelims of
God. No irreverence, no lightness, eve n" _ no
too familiar illusion to Goland his attri butes,
ever escaped his lips. The very ",notion of .a
Supreme Being Was; With him, mude'ap of awe
'end solimnity. It Ailed the whole of his great
mind with the strongest minions, A mai
like, him, "with all his power sentiments aid
sensibilities alive in him, most, in this stage of
cliclenCO3 have iomething to helleve end
hope.for, or, else Si lUe"m. advancing
to its dole, all la been s inking end oppre s sion.
Depend upon it, whatever may be ' tbir mind of
an old, man, old age is only really h appy, when,
on feeling the enjoyments of this world piss
swig, it begins to lay a stronger bold on the
reaffirm or another. ,
Mr. Webster's religions sentiments and s teel.
ins were 'the crowning glories of his character.
PAIITURI;fO HtollWAre:—We cannot con
ceive of a greater. meanness than turning' cat-
tle on; the highways to pasture. - The true spir
it of the law in relation tti . fencing is; !Mast
every . owner should keep his aside from tres
passing on his. neighbor?' and not; os many .
suppose, ••that he should fence his tweeds to
keep his neighboi'm cattle .from his fields., No
farmer can, oast itutionilly be required to erect
fences, audit . be ebooseip to , 101 l hie cattle. in
stahles,or pens, be should net - he required :to,
twice hiS fatin at all. .. many parte of Eq•
rope, faucet are sot HB4 audio thle, .alight.
ened agelloiry abotid . not be .required
country:, : .The snit of listen fetteesis gnat.
er per month than the total expenses of our ,
governinent per year, and *by? • Simply be
cause the close hiSted portion ottlie community
who hive not progressed sUlticiently to adopt
the belt methods for feeding their cattle, ;pre
fer to tar their neighbors fir half ever of
fences, onirrequired by their refusals to totiMt
' the soiling system:. Serb's' 'efeilre to Continue
the• open pasturage,
_should be compelled tie
make the , entire fence they reqnlre. andlot /*-
chop their , neighbors to their @tepidity., ' •
Eiery animal foetid on the mobile voted
'indite owner should'be dried. The negate
sometimes made, that 'poor rims should be per;
omitted •to pasture: their cattle ..ies the teed,' hi
frirolons.' It would be egially periwig) eh*
that . when our , legislatures .tre net to garden..
that poor Men should' he • permitted 10'011'6e
legislative halls kir reeidaereS:—Mroriftit "et.
So* r s r Boat us • Aapstsseu.--This re
cent brawls in the House it , Washington, 'TM
mind us of
.a story iii•Arkansae; aeversi years
since, which has never beetlin print. - - It Is no
disrespeet to the pteient. ebilihtelted and Ken.
ial'titate of Arkansas to say, that in Its,fnelp=
lent•or Tetritorial days it wait rather satough."
[turas a veireommtatthing for • 'min to leave
the bosom of his,Amily, sirontt hellth In - the
morning and ref anted dead it . night. Cutting',
dallhillfls end shootings - were 'of 'daily :oecnr
fence. It wad dangerou* fto•be safe. • The
!edentate wan Chielly'compesed of , bolliesand
'hhicklegs„ and the , realms ~ enacted, by them
were often verti /currant.. Atigittaroote shout
something in the isHoisse, one day. The lion,.
Mr: Banger; f NiPoleon, called the Hon. Mt.
Slinger of Helena, a liar: • The . Hon, !Bungee
retorted with . a billet, which took of the Hon.
Ranger's left ear, Both then sprats, Into: the ,
centre of the Hall with &ism bowie- knives,
The Speaker said Isby G-.d we - must bave'lltir
play in this basinesel" and rushed asst bite the
floor with a cocked pistol. in one hand and a
ttemendoes istoothpick". in the other and in
tones of thunder commanded the representa
tives to form the ring.' A - 'hilt Woe fended,
and, in the ()lassies of tbe time, the combat
tants "went In." They cat oath other fright
fully, and far quite e spell it Was diMeolt to de
tide who *as the better man, But. finally
Sanger, by en adrolt..tbrnst„ Cut of Slinger'.
head, and instant death was the tissult.Alfr.•
Slanger's remains' being removed, and order re-
stored, Mr. Ranger arose and !mid:— •
“It's my painful duty to *nominee to this house
the depth of. the Hon. Wm. Manger, of Helena.
He wan good it driw-poker and faro, and han
dled the toothpick beautiful. - He Wasn't.of no
account at legislation-. He, wee . . on .
hossee. He had, ceptia his brother
Bill, the beet poer 'player. pn fled River, •
move resolutions of respect be pained and , for
warded to , his brother BRO . ' Their were
'sonsar,..-4Two' Wog! 'o . mold be , 'aspects! .
'kept, if .Itoseibfe.-‘your word sec! your temper. .
The former. when dealing with ' e
Tifilllert - ' the
latter -vherpidisputing with' a woman.' This
will be difficult, but.may be.dose bi t getting u
couple. of chapters of Job by heart.
i'iY(iyt i'..; ia~~4Y 9 ' nLi,, ,y!~~I.'~R.Y:
'.'Statue ertenehiar stiktiailiiirtlikt *lb°
retainer ot.ilectiag;fraehtsat ti .
dent, when the eleetots to ciiimmak,, )1, !
,been published v we eopiftitythef'.doeitiltiteett
of the Milted State s the tioiloviliwr asttel#ll4
reference to that 'ski : fiefs' I, : i`'''' ,, s't'd to ,, t-i,j: . l
Alrlfr 2 0 1 ;;.: 1411 . elector° ebelt..istiat tisib i eti,.
respeettie Steteei Sad. vote.4.oola(roi . k9e.: ~
identj one.ot ..I•6oo).*likatt• ahag,t* ) i .' bdiad.
inliebitint of fbe , etstei,e4lloll;.stiOelitir the Vii,
selves; they shell. some In.their;b ffit iter....
son. voted for es :piiiiiirettt 'end, ki-gietteit: bet-,
lots the , person #oteoffor;iii' Vii.P-Oldiiitl . PO
they shell mike dletittiOisksof,eoe*m o to ,
ted. for ae.Preptelent; aIt 4 LO(L: ill t ." 001, " 104)
r?• as Vies, t he :l t iegd•ts:.,ol,...Ot3, .14040td
vo t es ra• /dell& which:liit , :titsTatotillt....,..
esttifys aid;transmit 0 1001 #10 14 ,, - IZ
*mask of thii - Ihillimi States, A ' ' i t. '
President ottba iteleatesiTiii r . 4 : .
Alsistetitibell.ht. the proemial Of F N
0.„...°r RatlvelenPlUidfi sitter, 1 4 ,
c o t e s and the votes stsiill thasibi*Orkting
*awe basing the:greatest 11041 Wit 01,4010,14 -
isieesidsat, sball be. the Plitdasts tiPo‘.looo 4 •
het be a mojcisitY,Of tie .1 09 , 11-1,000,4-
tots eapplated, :AO if ho pm, ~ too*
!It:, • the nl bolt thO ~ IWf lo twe. h viii- , ,tid
og. 1 allesbemi . i4t tillseestiat., , 'ems a Itet
of than. WWI Ai! olt Prookitott. - 4 1 00;1 11 ,
thipre.maqit•iiO4.ll•ll. I .. :Ili
bidiui, ilia Ilruoido, ft 1101 - 41 ~ ~
bled, the iestee shall AI. ; t 4...:'' ~.....
“reallomk•kosiiiiical4 4 %, ~,,,.(...- ..
orbitals. Isr,ddiPlNF: --..04 , _4 1 ..
teentiet 9 , "NO. rte ll . .t t m .: , • ..
~,..,...,.....„ 0 ... , ... ,
, neweesett,to Ili:. 4 mileall . : s urf
Itsorwiontatlase .shall et*eile:iC 1 1 140110
i ik v al e lo r lb, 404 14 elifilli AlatigemOkip,
eatt im ik i ,., himpie thin d0 th0; 1 4 0 . 11k , 4104 .114 . iC o llisia_ iiion iPellf. s ii :
Presideat,.lll to `the ease of ilw,4ootit . 14t *hit .
wWietilatienal disability , tit thik,Ti
The person Alkalies the was teat tiowhatlf* .
as Vie. President ~ OA be :thi,peo. ,
It nth. number in "*.l.nninahr,Of l . , l l .o ` ,..... , liki k
namhet.of ohWtoto 0 /01 1 04,4
then bate moiotitYctheit, ROIL thWf 111 , *to ,
fittiotohoto on tiot pots the thilitilibi li ..ekttg*
the . Vice Preside* ak MOO* 610 ~( 0 1 , 41 1 19 0 0
shall consist . ig tes*tbigele :„ of tho.l l tOW, Wow
beer of thoneetere, and. a. medial* of ha; orliolO
flambee' Obeli leo asseesatt ar ter;tchalm ~,,, 1 1#1. 1 ,0
pens...iemptitntlenally figitoloia tirki.
of prosio•fit ....hill ho Oa 4. :1,1:$ 1 0441.. JP'
rresidot ot 01.1141,ted moo. ', ~ : , ;, ,,, , , i.: •,, , .1
.. . , .
.:Tar go woo thAftgd- 4 0' to evi 'it
loan who staadi lathe braids's( floalt(
lie ;ensure, With ail thel,llolelOf Of 0010*
gracing him, in the thoughts' ot.tlea.:Wo ,
-.-witb the "tide of 'obleataY beatingp
0 4 4
,tht inlets . of, fit Folgi, ik,.iril).
Waled many, teintlatilio to. ltitto-44,
the j , fOrY,44 ' 018-;401.0 1 P -:.10 6 1.4 0 . 4. _7. 6, . , ,
with latent de !WWI IP s olt ~, ,T,l
lilt tectlmmettriowl tkorilitlow ',W.1.. , ,It,item.
teas' or POMItl" lahll,4hatil°V.4
bit knwt017 , 1 1411 4 his id hOot ' ifii eu . •
Weaves he tier , f„ td be v thiii .hi s ,
Pommel , *het ~ Maw Atli , cf.' teeth
levy 0004 liki•triell: 0 14 .4,_,'11di5t i t ,. .# 4 , 0 . 2 1
embalm .Ale name In bet' ilenestatie, ‘ ,.:14!"',7i
tory •shatliiftio ptilite„,oll,,, her btlinitiOtici.
and old, Ynailfinairear,,_• 4 4,o l oo l o: l 4l l i , : t ! .. .
enember,bim •of yeallt , .ear ~ ~, 1 ,, ~,, .', 7/ ~, '.. • '.'
A remarkable omit es, a e e t
t' hoe ci eliWt
th' t i nny! 0 1 Seniken /400144"ftittanlir'?=
/WM Catherine Loll. catered lit( ta, hire' It
&Aired ,that , the, *ft if elo fitir
datiwart Lone. icite,prevo tittf'rmna
glow in, ir4 le in fs ll :tr
c'epfird of each of f 00
On/ 4thei eere oo o ritmoisf• 11 1 11
keep ft, moppet tilitn,be ffin, flet,lloo 'lP'n•Pf
pelt.lrf. /14 Own}, ntPart itntliktri mi nt
ennt l l•ol,. fintfUlln, mink In
,I*,Scate 4141010,4044 0 4 1 1faik n ir
Mtn. lA In* of
Scotland. which. fa Odor te. Ohliii:8m0 140
Moil; mpoiteis no Voila fteny,
or mliiihnit , ?no - .0• 441 10 FPO `ltit*“.•
merely Ike edoolit . of .t 1 h 0 ,1 1 .1 491 0. '
thiii fitter on Ire mind Off!, 101+ 4 .I * ll t li !`
riot, even -after the faro, sr fritlis. Ofwat
queer Written nehnif f ififitollitar
reference, the ,potio 1411
been legally teertiod, 1144,1*pokr,
A Iroor triettd tritd IWO Ifl
heiwa and tint poisloiliOniroo4/41' . alf
wanted parauti drinutti. tit iiiikitedsideinitt-
P)'. A tlonith' 'rneetiregAd!,failitr:,!iiilo*ett
for, thaihighttegill"Ot ietliik.**V l qPneY
can von ronrnindt"' 144 1 ilia mlrn enalrei
grnifire "I fonro Okiett."'‘Was :the
reply. Whit: aid your altiegfafOner"
"WeP,..to trfl efpOt - to
wikk' o rmf daughter andusarry,ter, It Yak 60
Kiva Your PmsyntP, Caiient wa!
ARTristilMlit - ink 04%4144, pii . Mi` 110 to -
Manebsite4'Seir, 11 11 . 16 0 1 Si ' k,0 041' tt it. j! li "
koltiof a road Nwr• th.ttia4.44: ` , ' '.
*b., ~.„.......,,...„ . 4 .?",' :,.: 0 ' '.*,
atassido jbaccailcs ! liO
could have canes! hp/ *Mt* filiwitlONO l,
_ ____ . „
A lady wisbed a leaf In u,cr *CIO. A
itaadanme genrivoorm 'lrmSght a ,elMlr..? 4 ,Yrifii
area Jewel," acid she.. 4ioh,rol am iJeir;
eller; I have ',lust set ibeiewel,o f
• Such a Jewel was one& Oct
fist of ours. Thv gem VIM the - he
setting, and riot' tile lofted lllrer'ir Payer if ebeil
from uftder the mountain,' ' '
•-•—• • : c•, • • •
, All men pie. f° . in. alletleilk,t ll ;(foitAdtt.
thp r st elich lotrp l )l o ,. o. oyoiirr t l'
rig man's. Htimeis talltral ilrut4 n,
are n i a.piettites Ilia Ment.Yec'kiilAilf:clltif! l !i' r ! -
Yralle• • ' : q,
No great thinpg,•evit s 4eainji 0011900 orile•o:
The fact !flow°
that ipt'woytkspqe,h. • '• • •
, • •
The thOjilit ihe,liyee Po.eoly tt,le 4,17 ed ,
Ong into ' birth. ' ' • ' '
Ofie of' the best of .all eprthly, vitHistooe,is