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Ole new A/1111%111W , 017 of the subscriber,
,ro. 3, !Japer's Row, ,two docirs 'north of Augury'
and 'Anderson's tureol.here he inteods keeping 1,01,
” Stpai) ; 'oll NUM., and will manufacture to order of
• ttie'Nest materials and at the very shortest notice, .•
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east fas hion
:dile style, warranted to have as gond and permanent
. a color as :116'oNlic fiats manufactured in the c:-
.‘Clizti)eavis :tied Military Caps;
qt every. ile6i.Triptinn mails in the best style, and at
very nintlerate [wives.
- - PoriGssti, Is, will sell lower than ever lists rice
. sold tld's llorough—and, indeed, Its privet;
• rtnerally' will he' stteli as to snit 111(5 depritssion of
1 . hi:dimes. Although lie prefers selling for Casb--
yet he will,•its usual, be willing In take Cutintvy pro
tium:a the market prices in exchange tbrilst•s—
,The substailler returns ins sincere thanks to a
'generous public for dierageinetit Ile Irere
ceived solve he Gist stOninenend biksittess shout titian.
years ago,iti the 0111. shop in Lowther streetattil hopes
by strict attention to business to merit and retteht:;,a .
~,,itin Tn ie e nit heir patronanat. •
%kII,LIA:AI IF, Titotrr.
)lily '24, 13.1.3
I.R' 64 SUPPLYOF
'l7 On! , tOre atilt. subscriber, Wi.eit Main 'Arcot
iwick nearly 0 1 ,0,,ite the "lii g Lorna
'fore" jam recrivial a large and h a ndsome assort.
moat (4` Anil the hest i l italit ) ,(ki k eevic;s—aintreg .
whit. Lein fir had
iie ei asbcd Loaf ut 1
,11 ' 1111 ' 1111111 I rma' Su g ars from I I ill 14 mini.
:••it . %:11•5 line and hlllleriol . lllllllitil,S li • OM Cll
1441 Clllll . l, ci icing sccutrd for 1.1) t.O 1'2.1 CCM%
;Also, Jou •
i'outing, 1 ly,on, mill (inn l'owiler
q ualinrs, illl fresh for io I 37), pry
'Spires of and inigronnil.
(%.If.DAI.. WARE : .
pili4111•11 1111041..1.5 . , &e 1
A Sic :
• •H. 0114 - A NI) -CA/NI/ELI:4
• Pm., vliitn, sperm [Amp Oil—untam but
quality; 'mill wummummiilial 19111:11 to miiiy in phis or tiny
iitlirm-rifTi.k7.l - imm it 111.1.
pliant Oil it 5 VI•11iS lima. gallium
Stiviami piiiiti at 31,4 Volts
Aittektecl, No. 1 mid 2, Salmon mid he r ring.
Ni f,ASSES: •
S .Netv , Orloans (soiwrinr baking,) Sow' p I loom. and
Syrup Alp:at:hen, for :+7 3 ! to id% 'ceuts too. gallon.
A tivw liml opera! .fulsortment or ci&m,
Lod cbst-idosworo,oia., Crockery Ware.
r ' • •• ! 1.013AC,U0
Caveudish, l'Ph.;;Ladies W ist and Sihruch To!me
rit, Cii.orsy t..;a'sliley variegated and white :itatit, also
lat ft:TA'', Sweepi n g , Scmlling, Ilair
mid Clothes Ili tellies, also I land Brushes, Sc.
A. mid tine &Mould fill oilier articles
in the Grocery !Me, n hicli by calling at ode , hadse
tau l,p sect; Mitt pcieca compared. .
. , unr f Mese"; we think, we can sell rat. ci3h,(olll'.
It'Ay or la) lu g ) prohaltly cheaper than the same at ,
tides ennui be ha d ill (Aber gectioitS tif tbe toivit, mid
if .wmcamint. then our neighbors opposite and stir
friends tufmiiiing can—call and please yoursel yes; fur
'past :110/%6i we are thankthl.
forget the !Muse; nue -docir,
sonietiluet trinket a i great dilferetice. A living is all
we wall ,so who witilt.s.morelias More Man his sh;tl . l2.
; SPRING' G3OD4,
May 10, 1 813
M, HE enbseriber-has just rodowed a den- .
ztplsLa 131 , 35 CC. 1 ), oo'
icup§i,stjug pf Figured, I,lliiin and Burma
i;qiipst4in:ile.i..4llyB; figured, Plain, S Lawns '
f,iipAiania,,yinglisli and French Cliirßes, plaiii
figured and barred • SWiss, Jaekonette and Caligni.
3‘lusjiiin•tt k•Nueral assortnient of Erodes-'.wry Indian Silks, liontiet Silks and
,liOns, Straw, Leglioen; Briiid and Willow Bonnets;
fla y §ilk,Coslim lu
erp god Cotton Hose, Silk, Modei
'and 'Cotton Cloves, 'Umlirellas; Porsols and'
:Whiten; new stpliz;4,Freneli, German and Irish'
()sliding; and Linen Slieetin g , i, Linen Drillings and
Pantalbons-.) ino Cords; Stripes and,
I Nwilli,eptis;Carpeting anti I4gs; liva*ii and Ille.aelleit
iiis ; Ticki tigii and Callepeti, Fans nail Illinker-i
elirth,LyOurn and P;lffir•Leaf Gimp'
an4,ttiging, Clcitlis . Xtsnupres Sattinetts, „ • ,
• • .•
4 11t?ens,ileare . Groceries •
t ag ! ivllkcleirikt 1)01°14,0n favorable ,terrns nt the!
,tore„ . iticuAps.
!trayYo, 18413; r" ! !!' tk 28,
Sl4to r tr:Piolits !A' qicicic:Sitle.k:!
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; • , gE,,o.biieiiber Ippjust orpqpiql' his'tici Or,
4 ) ' T ' 900ps;*tivehhe win sell low far CailtiPit' 7 '
3)5 it . i,e. bl'ollispCtisetinier9N . StititiOs' itrillitigs,Vest-;
11,0,64 shectings for 124; 5:4 Ail: 1 o', ' beantifht '44!
litckched - Muslins t0r..123, 1.2-4 Bleached sheeting,'
. hatllloine.'nwJ4tyloVti,,l.o,l2S old nezesi Vloves,.
,tyrilyrsjrii i t 1 in s ps, Pan:s hatcs Pnt l eessolaihea n ,
tirl-44taeAcordIttuathia;Podliwns,?beat; Milede lAl i 9; Whit' irlelY . Orather
'gocidS, whielil4 Invites'
the good folks of Carlisle to call and examine for
lil UT , Se/Vf 4.f . IWO; j . :. Braid . , Straw to “I'laisd ilon MR by ,
Ladite,,,Alto end Cltittleens Ittorocao and kid slip-
Dt'l' ! TbA AlN,Caffue;Ppet hinek o iniiiPrialand'otli4
or 1.1 ."3 tillrior tliveddish l'apteetty 86 itroPiin=
cedty the best judges, all .of Whicli' Ile 'will lien at
Firiaa4 olikairtjaliou with; the titne9:. _
.t . )%1 . itt \\',.,A:l:'..,y, Y 1 - :!,l4.•ati: ilAilltig.
f 9elisle,. A ny .10,84 p.. ,:.
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171E1E' BOWit' ell&P'Er d nuil
4oiitidllOtiT tti:in,Oti lid foam! in Cir
SlicskliepiuniXOtlpic49jii superior urtidc,foietlier
Aloys r laikpittigutiii . koninAlt' L loiv.pripell•Skiecsi
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treePlitAlfiit stoic ft the sub'.
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TO PARritEntr.•,' , •
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, stiliserihertf, nt their; FOUNDRY AND
1 MACPSNE SII0Li ? on Main stieet, neatly
posite the County m.1.6110'1)40 of
Pa., still (tontine to ,lbllowing Machines
and Llorse:Powers—ilii •
T. B. Burrell's Patent ImprOred,
.77iREE: AND FOUR
band•wheel, with it trunk.to CMP.
dart the strap to the Machine.
BEVIL GEAR HORSE. POWER,
Tile band -wheel outside of the horses. They are
well calculated to put to one side of the barn bridge,
or wider the barn' shed,. •
A New anal Improved Shaker,
To sepinde the grain from 'the straw,'which will
dispense with oue or two hands, Wilt be mole to the
above Machine if wanted.
Pllrrllll6lllg any of the above niehhies may have the
privilege, after a fur trial, of returning the same it
not satisfied. All Machines a n d Horse Powers arc
Warr:tilted ftir one year, if nen used.
HEi l Ptll f lift AVG*
Ail kinds of repairing will lie done nt the snorms
notice mid : fie the most reasbnable terms. They,al
- s . ep 011111011 i all castings necessary to Lepair
TiTi; ohm i.e Machincs,Or July others new: in use.
IRON AND . BRASS FOUNDRY.
Theis,. also attached to the ;move ...statilishment
all IRON AND MUSS FOUNDRY, at which all
kiails of CASTING'S can be had—such as Apple
Mills, Corn Ilrakersr.Plaster Al ill I;rar
ing, Saw Mill Cranks,' Machine Gearing; Wagon
Boxes, S:e. 6ze.. Also. •
TURNING AN!) ENG,
Such as Alill Spindles, Car Boxes, 'Forming. Lathes,
.Sr.e., all in the best order, in iron Ind brass..
ti - jj'A II orders will be Executed at the shortest 110.
tiee,and promptly attended to. • Farmers and intith.s
:11:1 respectfully 111% . 1 , ed lu 4;111ln/ill malt , confident
thatille, call llestii.yed to their satisCiction.
A. STUUPPLIII. be CO. •
Carlisle, Aug. It), 181 , 2.
' limwomPs and Ogld's PLOUGHS
and I'I.OUGI I CASTINGS, sitch as Cutters Land
eon ;List, he had at the foundrs
and sntc proprietor, No. Third sl.
110IW :UV gouuinu SrilllUot la 3
Iyr/7/et/ Nig/Mt/M . l3[lmi file 11111,4111 u ‘t ram...v. All
1:11(512111ellillill , 'S arc l'el:011111W1,11,•111tlid (•Xtensive
lisqd the mom ivt . olligent purstots iu the United
Sotit , F, ht' mottoroos Prolossors and of
Collogos, Phl sit:hots of flue Alloy tool Nary, a n d of
I :11111 .Allll',llllll , t, awl joy nioi.c littiti throv
hundred Clo . gymott of I aritoN thAototitoitions:
'111,7 art. , ' , ApveNsly lorelinved Inr l'amily use, tout
hate acquire.' raid unprecellente. 1 popular . ..l' throt.J.-
out the United titaie't; tool :Is they so atlinitably
c...ana. to preserve M•o/th awl cure / 1 / 7 'ettta., .6.1
fitntily should to et. Ite uothont thew.—Thu prrprit.-
tor of illl 4 se salutthle (trepan: tions lieu ittal Ills vita
e:aim) 'Ut one of the hest Alelihlti Collies in Vie U.
Shttes, r.noi lips • 40.1
.‘ cars (Apo icstue in an
extensite and dnrrsilicd iirataire, In' ts hich he has
1..1 184.108.40.206._:' upplaannities, of acquiring :, prat rival
knowledge a aise:ts,s, :ma oldie 1,41,,,.ieN
cnlnti+d to rellICIVe 'nose cOll
ri.mutly lin. Cough,
Croup, I loo y ii,t Awl in
flammation 'or the I.llpp
all iliwnsos orthio hilinottsier Ut gatis.
ilnyne's I lair Tonle, Mr the l're'st•rratioti,
Croirth and licittil) ()row 111 IV, :Itl \III'CIII NI ill 1/051-
1111.1 11111 CW 11,111. 1111 h~Jd heads.
A ibo Tonic Vermiiligeot taTia!ti and plva
sant ronlocl fin• \ Vornis' llrsprpeiu l'ilea, itiaily
Also .laynCii CartoliiitiVelrani, a certain core
for Bowel tool Sommer (...oniplaiiits, I)iarrlitea, I/)-
seaters' Cholie..Crainiis,Sick 111-olache, Soto• stom
ach Cholera Mortls, mid all derailizialoalts or the
Stomach and newels, Nei.% Atleclions, ts:e.
',acne's Sioiative Pills, roe Feitialc l/iseases, Liver
Complaint, CostiVelleil, Truces, lollnnoumions,
Obstructions, Diseassis at the Skin, Nai.
and in all cases n here au Alterative or l'nrgaties•
1'ot• sale in Carlisle, by
`1111.A2 1111117. Dalt
if j ltilestitse years (Ws Medicine has stoodustrivaled
for the cure It Coughs, Pain in the pule, dilli
sAty of breathing, Mouehitin, and all Close lace
lions of the Throat, Lungs and Liver, which arc a
source of on stitch suireving and which Im:wrested
has this remedy been toed and in so many cures lir,
itpecived successful, the prisprictor feels lig hesi
tancy iti recommending it to all who ..tir.fortittattely
have oecasion fo resort to sonic Ineans•nf Neenv e ry,
Alttltitudes who have expeteitetill its happy effects,
can testily 'to its utility, anti N',evi'!nally rescued from
a premature death ; lonia to it as the means of their
'' , Tte.Priginittor of this remedy wr s well CPl7Seliilf
tluismeue9 mCdft - dne,
thud liar with its abets not. unfretptently
prescribe it hi their practice, and witii.the Medical
Faculty generally it Inks met with a larger share, of
approbation dim is cOinnion exlclusive pre
ii:i7CONSUMPTION—The follmving, i.enutrkl
were taken from t h e lint number of the Medici
"The ittrprising effect produced, by tlie 'genuine
Dr. Taylor a Balsam of Liverw ort, l made. at 375 - ','
llciwery r consumptive cases, cannot fail e4eiting
deep and thrilling interest throughout the world. We
bate solong taillereilthis disease (eonsiiinptinii)
ctir:ible, is tlifilcult to credit our senses when
we see perlons,eridently. consumptive; restored to
health, lt,. p. fact ofdaily occurrence. •, .
fiIVEIVCONIPLAINT and o.ene'ral
do consider tuipctildtis..' I wiis given
up lip' tWo physuidatiathulleld to.peepare for ileatli.)
1 was in this low . state wheirn friend scot tnn,ii hot-,
tlemf Dr. Taylor'S BalsaM of . tiverivort, from ;3751
Bowery, and before I bad used Up the bottle Waa l
able to sit itp iMbe4, by 016 feiiliel• ;Else I have com-
PlettlY regaMed my AI I Sh.ould .use ,it.
;‘, 414E0'.: ,
been cured of ti violent pain • 1116'sii1O;
through to the sliouldeli,'llicli 3 Otition;ldiz'ziiess: lops
9i ,appetite. sin& 'general • debt lity the
.use ot tiro
linttlts of 11r.iTaylor'S Balsam orl. , ll‘erwOrt:
atIiIIIEN,'i. .Merelittiit's ROW: !'
for dale: STEVENSON:'InNKLE, sole
agents for Carlisle and ,
-! • • •
.October 26,1849.. • - •
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seorunDkugs, IViediainem•Dy‘ei. Stufrh,
• • •:, 'pAINTsi tto., ii3gettei•
Sluts'): by lholdt4OctiBll:TilltPtWloils, Diawitigt do
, ':80)18 Itely
.Be4ii o s
• Wuferdi rtkottosi of ii fin
• Fialuting tt
qirigt.flor"Slittitingqlci. ".tectii dot '
.plesh • dm; SlMing and , . „,
t; •411!roilci , S0+111)!greiit.‘""'''''1 .` !
.1.: ;avAkiie!YvYnOliei,if 1; ;
40;:irPf ~ 01,1 0 4404 1 ,
T 4 gs ll ".)viti gltYPttier thOD.togtline,
attoniiiin 'hiateityls,,diipotry, 11r,e;olmo!.?, ow!,
I),itral ani4e.ttoititilie 'to sell at veil
low,,prjoes, t - ,
IMITY ;Heine,. itver;ointbii,:koptif;itiVitii . &
yardiror Eutlalow . at the stem dr• ,tt'
• "L'ugei4t 2,r tt . !43.. 14 onAp: oorbyti'
D. 41. TAYLO fl'
lE LLI 4 ViENICI% ADVERTISING , POLITECSI
1.r...-XLM S- ..). ; • •\. 1.? , -IMIL-F-SZI
lim Detild's Magazine.?
isiorisEi6El thou delicious
Thought and feeling's effervescence; "
Like due ,htlithies fi•otn a spring, •
In thelr'sporklitig evanescence.
Thou, the' child.of sport antlplay;
!When die brain keeps holiday,,
When old gruvity.and' reason • •
Are disinissWas, out of season
And imagination seizes ' '
The dominion while she pleases—
Though to praise theeman't beright,
Yet, Nonsense, than art eximiSite
IVlien fot• long and weary hours,
. We have sat with patient lilies,
Ta'Sking our exhausted powers
To titter wise oil common-places;
I tearing and repeatingtoo, •
ThiugSmiimmionatily triie- 7 -
. Maxims which there's no denying,
Earls to which there's no replying:
• Then, how often have we said, .
With tired brain and at him; head,
"Sense may be all true anti right—
tl berriiTT - t we ale fireside round—
' IVlten young lir:arts with joy aro b r imming
While gay,laughing'coices sound,
:Viol eyes with dewy Mirth are swimming
In the free and leach so sense
Of friendship's fullest confidence
Pleasant; then, without a check,
To lay the tries ou Limey's neck, . ,
And let her wild e4rires vary
Through wont frith:some var„ary,,
Exclaiming, still itkgay delight,
"0, Nonsense, thou art exquisite
OM EI'EI;NG CII IL'A P.
BY CIIA isr
Three's:tint a cheaper thing on,eat•llt,
Nor yel one Halt' tin lean ;
worth - n - 1ov:
Or thomiiiiil4 gaitictla 'ear:
It lendh the dm' a ❑ew delight ;
'Tis irtne's firmest :
atlik store beautyt.o the night
That.all the star's
It Ilialtelli poverty coliltlit,
To 8. 0 .0 w ;
Il IF. it gill frourlmtvtit toot
111011;1h to iucron.~.
It 1111 , 13 you willt muill• at worn ;
11 Inllnyalt to I•t•Ilose;
llottur I ' M:1,14'811d IHNIS . 11$01(11 . 11,
A charm to bluish grior awn;,
roateh Trott n from raro ;
Tun, tears to smiles, make 11111111 . SY glly
Hllll3lll ;:31111111,5 (levy whore;
Aod chonp :IN fillllllll3 l l-11i %V;
' lllllt ; , 1 . 1111; lIW . 11111V111,1;
htlhiputo lit• Into, 13 11 . 111.1
As 'net. imus
As smiles the rainbow through the timid
\l' hen titre:Wiling storm begins—
As mush: hail the tempest loud,
That still it sweet way wins—
As fill'illgS fill nieL'•icross the title,
Where waves conflicting facto,
So comes this seraph to our side;
'Phis at gel of our hour•.
What may this wondrous spilit
IV ith powei• unheard before—
This ci , arni, this bright diu inity 1
Good temper—nothing 11101!
Gunn TE)IPEIL !—'tis the choicest
That WOlllall homeward brings
And can the po:westrpsaut lift
bliss unknown to kings. •
.180(!3ILE118 1 J1S.,
THE .IFORSAKEN GIRL;
IY J. 0. WHITTIER.
"They parted as all lovers part—
She with her wronged and loam heart—
Buttcyrejoiein,glio is free, .
Bounda like tho captive from his chain,
And wilfully hClieving she •,
I.lath found her liberty again."
Iv there be any act whichdeserves deep
and bitter condemnation, it is that of trill-.
ing with the
,inestimable gift of woman's',
Affection. The female heart niay be
pared to adeliCato liarp;,eiyi which the
breathings of early affection *antler, until,
each tender chord is 'al's , ' iiiteired to tones of
inaffidlemr`e" tuess.,. .It is. the music of the
soul which is thus Called music
Sweeter. than the fall of fountains or : the'
song of Howl in the Moslein's paradise..
But wo for the delicate fashioning of that
harp If a change pass trier the love,which!
first called forth- its hidden' harmonik Igoy
fiegleet and Cold' iinlindtiess sweep ovei
tts:delicale sirings; and they.will breaktinei
after tinnther—sloWly perhaps--+hut'oroly,l
iiii r itisited and tiitretjuitted by •- ! -.•
love, the soul-like ineloilY. will be !melted;
iii . ,tlro.Strieltcp:hosoM r —like . the-Money of l
Egyptianthe siaithe; before -the Corning of
ilio sunrise: • - T
6deh iimad aril *lidioiig
1 feel a aneian
e`lioli' oot tmaliied oeagitireir; emnrimnr
OM= restini, Once' those iv ho
huie ione.bi , fore-ficiAcrfortivialOrie•iinitin;
the. torinbatOileiii risiiig frotti' et , t ett
gtasay . titilltiacipli like; die gfiefitl . i gen 611614
of the deparje4l' . .
die, 0 3 61* PienEllett of QUO .I have
Idnawtf and; lasted rn life'l'feel''r#ilitritaid
assukafieelliati'thW'fip : iiit'vt:
d - iiififriq'fie;`o4:4litiiiiiethi *Tel;
it!C;'t l o,:";:rgi„ k li:4l4 . 4 l f l l,44f;4lPiOlil . 4i f icf)r;
IGO& that 74 , aak vsi't
awaken from the beautiful '••f
eVenieill the gratie of •
I ,t , AtiP-IP,PiPk(44itc44 o FlPinee
half . hidden by itoweroi tiad
cAla;asr o mit aia;4l74 - ci. saz 'ate alikro4
its mournfel.epitapltM the elear,mponlight
which fallS.y . pop it 'like a smile .of an . an.;
gel,. through an ape • g. in the drooping
branches: .t y,wae• a beautiful
the fairost , of:ourvillage Maidens. I think
I see it iinw, as she loOliid when she loved
one-- 7 the idol of her atreattens, 'was near
her with his smilo of emispious triumph
and exulting love. She had then seen but
eighteen summers, and her whole .being
seemed woven in ihe , dream of her first
passion. The object of her love was a
proud and way Ward being'—whose haugh-
ty spirit never relaxed from its habitual
sternness; save when lie found himself in
the presence °ollie young and, beautiful
creature, who had trusted 'tier all on the
'venture of her vow;" and who loved him
with the confiding earnustness of a pure
and devoted heart. Nature had deprived
him of the advantage of outward - grace and
beauty; and it was the abiding .conscious
ness of this wikh gave to Ins Intercourse
with society a•character of pride and :stern
ia-lettifinyself-in Some degree re
uitived - frofellow men by die partial
fashion of Nature, and scorned to seek a
nearer affinity. .11is mind was .of an ex
alted bearing, and prittligied of beauty.--
The llowers.of Poetry were in hie
cation a perpetual • blossoming; and it.was
o his intellectual beauty that Emily k Molt
town---hearing to the altar-of her idol
sir llowerS of her ztlreetiod; even as the
dark-eyed daUghters of the anejent.Gh . ebei
spreid out , their.elferiutie fr the gardens
ut:the . liast upon the,oltar iirthrLSun.
There iNa surpassing strength in lov
ic - that onhantly s: it has'nothing gross
nor earthly in its yearnings—it- has its
:source in the deeper. loutin,tins of the hu
man hiiart—and it is such as the redeemed
and Sanctified limn earth
: might feel for .
another in the fair land of spirits—alasl
that such love should be tuirequittedi or
turned back it tiTildness upon-thy crushed
heart of its giVur
They parted-•-Cnlily and hdr lover---but
not I ifuru they had vowed eternal constan
ey to each otlier. The one retired to the
quiet.of her home—to dreant OVer again the
seellea of her early atremlon=--hit mint with
undying eagerness the hours of separatldn
aand ao weep over the long Interval of 'hope
deferrnd."l'he other went 'with a strong
heart to mingle with the "world—girded
with acid int polled by ambition. Ile
found the world cold and callous.and sel
fish, and his Owii spirit:insensibly took the
hue of those around him. lle shut Ids
eyes upon the past—it was too pure and
mildly beautiful for the gaze of his man
hood. lie forgot the, passion of boyhood,
all beatitifultind holy as it was: he turned
not hack to the young and lovely and de
voted girls who poured !nit to him:in the
confiding earnestness , of woman's confi
dence the wealth of her alTection. hie
came not back to fulfil the vow which he
Sion/1y and painfully' the •knowledge'"of
his infidelity came over the sensitive heart
.of Emily. She sought for a time to shu t
the horrible suspicion from tier mind; she
half doubted the evidence of her own•sen
ses—she could not believe that lie was• a
traitor, for her memory had treasured every
token'of his affeetion- 7 every impassioned
word, and every - endearing smite of lis.ten,
' derness, But the truth came at last; the
doubtful spectre which had ftiiip.; hatinted•
her, ad if it were sin to look upon it, now
'stood before her a dreadful and unescapable
Vision of reality., there was one burst of
pAsitinate tears—the overflow of that foun
tain of affection which quenches the lat."
ray of i n the, desolate bosom—aed
she, was calm, for . the struggle Was over,
and she gaiett steadily and With the awful
consciousness, of, one whoso•llivea are
not of'earth;' upon the dark valley of death
Whose- slnitloW, wee already around her.
It wad n beahtiftil evening of summer
that I Saw her for the thSt h o sun
; seititig behind a long line ; of blde
and- - . ;iindillating hills; touching,, • their jail
811111104 s ,With .a radianee• like the halo
%Mich Circles thedazzlin.
• .g broil, of
; tither° lied
; on the rich
garnittiye of greennese end blossem. ,As.!
approached the efeiet' Secluded dwelling of
the once'Nappy Eriily; t found the
of the litile'p*rloi: thrOViri open; , snd a to::
Tale voice of sWeetni3es
•• • • •••
d ; hard
ly.•be'said,t•Jeldngto out upon
the o ;
ingof on , Eolian ,
to the gentlest ilisita= !
lion tit_the zeillo.-",-.liivelninryjliansed
tithe's hear in dreams 9'''• ' '
it Oh no,:t.,dri not fear_to . !„ • • '
pry bold' • '
''• ' but: u, iv Grinds
And earth etrattioljitild !". 1 ."
~1 In..vieß Of death'er,ciiilo eiditudp;
•!,:t bee not. mourned; 1 !!
kinder".thanfargotttm 104; „ ,'!!!!
1,-. -OE frimidehti!thiretutriad •
1f .1 * "
1 , ,,511 . 0d ks, jibtOcivied iend; r
iiii',tuAldra - ' '
''Vlt,er6 4 6 i n4,i!vitii
' seeii)a; tltaficy, pilpo die,, 5 ,
4 '"'FdTgottihiind'aloito, " : '
!Unheedqd,hy our dearest4ave;'
~. 1 744 0 0144 # ll 4 tititd or 'otio;
TER • 0t 'A L E; ARTS ANL) SCIENIDES, A.IIIII,SEIIIENT, Ace.
!Irani my grave with pleated:a fieWors
The fairest of the fair— ..
The vory,floWers.he loved to twine •
At twilight in my hair;
Perchance he may yet Waitthem,
And shed above nay bier ;,,..
The holiest dow of funeral flowers =
Affection's len* tear
It was the Vote° of t was her
last song. She was loanitig on.the sofa as
I entered ike apartment—her thin, white
-haud . reating.citi lter She : relic
and WelconiCil me witll-a melancholy
It pinyed..overAlm featurei for a moment,
flushiug her, eheek with a slight anti sttd
deri gloikr; and then passed away, leaving
in its stead the tvarlimess 'and Mournful
beauty of the dying.; It has been paid that
Death is alliiitys terrible to leek dpon: But
to the striditett FireilY the Destroyer-Was
like the- Ministration: oran - angel of light
and holiness. was passingoff to the
land of. spirits like,the Melting of ,a sunset
cloud in the blue ontenven—stealing from
existence like the strain of ocean tittisic
when it dies away'slowly and slimed): up
on-the meoeligh t- waters. •
fe tv - dars afttir, 1 - 4itnifit grave
of Emily. The villagers had gathered to
gether one and all to pay the last tribute
of respecraud affection for the lovely sleep-,
or. They mourned her loss with a deep
sincere emotion—they marvelled that one
so young and so beloved should yield her
self up to melancholy, and perish in the
spring time of her existence., But they .
knew Moltke hidden arrow Which had rank
led in her bosom—thti slow and- secr e t
Withering of lint' .heart. She hail borne
the calamity of silence—in the tiimom
ing quietude of 'one who felt that there.Me
woes which like the canker 'cOnccaltal
the heart of some bldssom, aro discovered
Only by the untimely leetty of their victim.
Woodward, the able Surrrintentlant
the Worcester Lutiatie Asylum, in his last
report, urges with strong — aNguinents, the
importance of a proper physical qt:catkin
—a subject which is too much liegleeted:
-There is undotibtedly an intimate con 7
nexion_bettvcen edueatiiin and insanity,
especially between early training and that
condition Pt the brain which is manifested
in precocious mental deyelope went. -
ouo of the great dofects, both of nursery
and se/t . oot education, is the • neglect of
proper training of the bodily powers during
Childhood and youth. '
Nature provides ari excess of the princi
ple Of life, that all young animals may not
only grow, but be active and frolicsome,
so that the locomotive system may be
healthy, strong, and well developed. Noise
is also as useful as it is natural to children,
because the lungs and other organs of res
piration, cannot be Tendered strong and
vigorous without exercise any more. than
the muscles. An opposite system of man
agement, now too, prevalent, leaves,the
child effeminate and slender. But this is
not the worst of the evil, If the child is
deprived of exercise and kept at his studies
too early or too king, the eYThess of the vital
principle, which is •, - ,odUced. for the pur 7
postrof giving activity mid energy to the
digestive and locoinotive sYstf,ro,lsexpend
cd Upon tlie brain andnerimus system, and
they becOme toe; susceptible, or diseaSed.
This course; if pursued, leads directly , to
precoeity intellect, or to a train
, of ner
vous diseaie, such' as epilepsy, ..chtrea;-
spinal distortion, &c., which Often niar the
brightest intellect, or bring; on insanity:
Next to neglect of the proper training' dr
the locomotive sySiom in
sisal imbecility and disease, is a pernicious
syeletii Of dietetics, pampering the
the with improper 'food,
, Condintenta acid
confectiOnaryi dyipep . sy; iiio more
inveterate iteeause pro duced before alte na
tural tone and vigor had been given in the
steritachiPheii'susceptibility is great
eit,-and its power of endurance least. Then
conic the restraints Of dress; which prevent
the' hiattlik - tired natural de'i , elopetnatii df
vital organe; before ~growth completed,
and impede the naturakfunctions of Mien;
well lormed, , whose office is eSsential to
.life. All bandages upon the
,hody are per:
nieitiasi oven 'tight shoes, will , often pro;
duce headaChe, and tight cravats hrinir oti
patitlageson the e.lstare par
ticularli,:injsaictils, as, they: impede Jeipi.
ration .; one of , the ttiost important vitil
•edsies In the
The chemical, principle; 3f which.rospi
tioii"fieos'the,liload at eintyrfi,ulici of, its
iaiea 01. ' 4 014
prid i pai , on; ; ltod,train ruthati of butnitig
oir p ot,t ,
nit impedes the egptilsicin of. ihinr4in.;
6 ,iPle; it goes: td die brainy'
evile laid in kr We oianco
qne cq¥ rlv i?fp,any: .• 4n
106ritatice' tiecompanieth With, wealth 00
'eierfilting , it6 . -Lpanipei,alidr4eatiater ogee'
toils to afford thO , lnippnieia and attliatantial,.
C11 . 11.01l1:11 SC:OPE:
enjoyMent which poverty secures with iie
daily toil; and the :homely . • subsisteneb
which stern necessity cciirtpels . ..
The evil, well .understood, leads to the
. • .v ;
rcmedieth whicliedueettori must apply to
,counteradt it. Finn' urid healthy bodies,
brains, hinge:SinMaCli, and moving powers,
must be first secured. Care must be,.ta-•
keti that nein& tif, them be overtaxed. The
precocious rind feeble must be taken
their hooks ancFput to active.exercisei- the
robust and •vigorous must be taken from
cruel exercise and sports,-and put in study
and more placid employnients, lest with
vigor they hecome tinleling' and ptigtia
SOW of the mental faculties' may need
restraint, ancl others encouragement; active
passions and propensities must be repres
sed, mid all be kept under the guidance of
the intellectual and moral powers. Firm
ness; and cheerfulness under trial aid
fering should he daily cultivated, that the,
evils 7 -iyhich cross-our-paths :may - be - berme.
-when- tliey - cannot-be - evonleclT — in - this eray
the ills of life may be endured tVithout rc
. pining, the course -of many diseases dried
up et the fountain, and the cense of insani
ty be diminished both in nuniber and ;so
verity." • ;
THE SUFREMICY OF Lew:.
, It is the fluty of every Smerican ci r tizen
sacredhd to syptain_law. liaith has never
seen a despot WhO-rcnle . upon amore fiery
steed, or swayed a morebloody sceptre, or
who trampled upon lituthin rights with a
wore callous•licart, than Anarchy. It is
in anarchy that death on the pale Worse
may au approlifiiite anteiype.- Law
is the essence of the l)eity, the,genins of
the Bibie, - the go:1'1111;1h angel of huihanity:
, . No matter what the'public exciteilient-L
no matter how intense-the irritation, • that
hand is indeed . suieldid that Would iiiilasli
the bloodholinds of anarchy fur retribution.
When those furies seep the streets, like
the midnight's howling storm, they are all
undistinguished in the object of their de
solation. Now the brothel is torn to frag
ments, and now the refined dwelling of
piety is sacked and burned. - The grog
shop blazes -to-day-Lthe temperance hall
to=morrow. Now is demolished the three
trc—Satan's temp', and now the church
sanctuary-. The Catholic priest
is limited by the - mob this week,, the Pro
testant clergyman the next day - . - To-day
it is this editor who has perpetrated the
atrocious crime of exposing an unpopular
opinion—and to-Morrow it is his neighbor
whd received paternal chastisement for
these blind furies who have usurped the
guardianship of the press, anti whoM that
very press may liatie warmed end nursed
into life and venom:
Let, then; the sentiment boas immov
able as the eternal granite of the Rocky
Hountain:s; that laW musT DE AND SHALL
Let it be understood that Government
Ls resistless resources, which it pan, and
will tiring into requisition, if needftl, for
the Protection of its citizens. Let every
true patriOt hold himself a volunteer—a
Minute-man - to defend Law; and for her
defence let liim hold pledged life; tontine,
and sacred ItOriof,
- When we comet:4)lMo the gathering mil
lions filling our land;the Mental darkness
and ijensital k'ssidno or such vast Multi
tudes, the diversity, iii fortune Which in
dustry, talent, and that success which is
• „ .
above all hurnen control; Will necessarily
prothite; ihevariti.. of opinions and inter
ests tisliich Must prevail, we cannot inagni
fy the' linportance of sustaining inviolable
la W . ..--J?ev: C. .12bbot.
NCOURAFIEMENT FOR POOR AMERICAN YOUTH;
Amid the rii'Miy advantages of a mOthcid
of government, siieli , a'd we have in this
country, over the government' of the old
world; not the least is, the encotiraeing , •-
chance for poor I.ut talenteil yoUth to rise!„ Tug SCOICIINAN ' AND INlSE3liiiiii:l74.
above the eirdutnstatices of their birth: So Scotchman and Irishman were *Veiling
plain and obvious; indeed, is the fact, tt together: - The Scotchinaii was bald ;"and
has already been cursorily thotight of often for a folio lie rpse and shaved,
times by all
. Our retiders--yet it is a fact his tompanionie lidad;wiftle idesasleep' whichseldord has its due . weight and Witt- ' The Irislini in lied elven ordure tohis
ence in the., overturients: comparison of European and 16rd to ‘i'ak 6 :!ilirn f i e did i c i—i6
A trierican g;
• W, t
e • thi n k t,6 ' poor fellOWurose,.aiid discovering hie.bald
inay SatelY . SaY; that in the matter we head In tile glass, exclaidied " by the
country is r erg ,! I told you to waked Inc; iiht histad of
other on the taco of t he ear th. that yop Was after callifig.titi tild geotelt=
Man ; I'm Hoverea in Ha . way,
It must ever be; in the - brditit4 events ti
oi . earth,thet the MCI I taithi" bedto
g ity mass o .peop e;
- tho - nine — htfnge& - and - ifinitY , Mrie - thotil
seddititSwill that is to
any hi the worldly acceptation of the tenni
for 11106 a tfritiMitifl Gild, iiho &fiftieth
hid sUd to Shiite upon the prbiid and IoWIY
irdeleifiefef,td of life diid ifeCetiet•
'itit':ll,itipifitisS,OrS - Yedatteied with aui
etludl drid to the mass;
at,;;their airiii _,'lmckled..upon their hacks,
',5"‘,":,.44'# . 4i' o,4ii
isi T cif , ,us Mends -174itiffhii0 , ..Piiii. 1
o'oo l iiiiitt;* : i.fli ; .44:to,P7fioo, 00 ,
'istinctiOn;' the: Of
be''jilii":(l.4ooliN. in aliaotf in a shoe
Maker; or lti a lawyerrill certainly gain its
iitvn tVageS, if iiiitirlt; for then). • '
.• . LOok at the principal men dour laud, at
. • ~
this Moment—cast yourr eye over the long;
list of brilliant and noble cliaracterS,
and yoti will 110 !l i mn] nearly to a man.
front_what' a're ealled,• the /Or* walks of
life. There la Van Buren, the son. of an 'or 7
dina`ty Dtitelt, farmer—;4liose Children, iii
any other land, would ha4e beca.btitch far
mers and 'dairy worrien to the third and
fourth generation. There is Clay, the
" mill bOy of the BlaslieS,". ‘vhti has .wOrli-
ed his way up.froth an equally shall begin- •
„ mg. these are in political lifeut in the
social circleS of the Well brCd and Mid- •
lectualpeople. of our city. and fieigbor
hocid; we venture to sap, the same rule will
hold good. No man Who is intrinsically a
gottlenuni—no women whO is Truly a la
dy—owl be prevented from reaping the full
pleastireOf an ePual
: cotritritinion with the
"good idciety of this land because ho or
' Now are not all these encouraging to the
Poor34Mth; of either se:? Many a man;
tvlien advanced in life,'and occupying an.
hemoraide Stand mnong his fellow ethiens,
etas blessed that fate which Maile it.nes
sesary for him to exercise his energies and
his poWei.s of mind and body., Let us tell .
the pair boy, wkosu eye May perhaps at
thie . nionient be perusing these fines, that;
lidtvever, disconsolate Such loglc may seem
to it it welriliihe shodid be with:.
out thecnerVating acid coriutiting iniluence
of hereditary Wealth; the hot house
plant grows. tiP; .eltirislied, but weak—
beautiful atid tovel3•,htit:era'
has to , strengthen
its roots in the misfrellered out -door rigor;
and bear up against the beatings of the
and tempest, enjoys a longer and a
lioaltiiiei eXisteii . be. We might .pursne
the 'compailson, showing li* akin is the
of luxury hi the blossom
kept for-artificial - show—While the sturdy
son of penury, made tough by his condi
tion, is of real value and of Use in the affairi
of life.—N. E Sun.
During General Burgoyne's destructive
campaign In New York, he ordered his
troops to burn the beautiful mansion rit the
American'Oencial; Schuyler, and &stivy
alt the property they could find: long
after, General Burg4tie was Oblia4tl to
surrelidar himself and his army; as prison
ers of war; to the Americans.. The cele
brated Lady of Ackland, who folloWed
fortunes of her husband with such remark-
ablo conaiatiey, teas tlt ri k the British
wont said slie,—as nearly as I can re
collect *the words,-L.'oN s, et• ; the Americans
soon after our surrender: taking my, chil 7
dren with me; in My taliorite . 'calash. ',-
acknowledge I felt timid as I pasett ihrough ,
the enemy's camp ; hilt no insult Was of
fered nie; arid I saw no , symptoms of any
thing hut respect , and compassion -7 0 . r my
misfortunes: Arrived at Getieral dates'
tent, a gentleman Came forward to tiand me •
roinlrnyladi; and soothing
Yciii ,•. „. „- .
tremble; madam---t o noi t; o alarm-
A.od when he took . the children from
the catilage,.clasped the young est .
manly bosorit,and hisied it tendeilir.:: i fhe
tears Caine to my &tid:-Aurely; ,
sir, YoO a
are husband .and father:a ft It
was General Schuyler;' liti;e:Orotierty
had so recently ., been destreYed,otir
fie 'eftertirardsinviteddtinerai.Bu .
goyne and other officers it; visit bls hOuse
for several ilays:
with " ! • ; ;
' Youtreat •• mekindnesi and hos,
itality,'baicl the Briti sh
I hat , o &hitt you ao m uch injury.' •
' 'That ivas the
like a haie'sOiale;iitilki . Adaydi to 04444
theaulefia he has an empty cask id
anec4ote of if laiil > LOdlsiand
sovereign; of tfiti ej:luiltrY
i OlO oga, i4iN:W#A s ked
ifhe would obis for
here:here=W pole for tionAtiisiot;tiiid
9r, l o#4P,PO'immt,,o4 , '
learns, tiiai ilia 0144
that Pr6oo6eß ,