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Otorco & .51)ops.
Great Arrival of Spring and Summer
Forster's A'ete . Store,
Corner of :Main St. and Harper's Row, Carlisle.
subscriber respectfully announces to the
public that he has. taken the 'Stand formerly
occupied by Mr. Angney, at tlmeorner. of High
'street and.llarper's Row, where he hasjust re•
calved from the . Eastern cities a large and snlen
--asacirtmenr. of. NEW .0001)8 4 purchased
j;f the Importers and Maitufacterera, and includ:
Aug every . variety .of Goods. 'l'll3 ladies are par.
Itieulaq invited to _examine hie beautifnl assort-`
Intent o Denos llooes, among . which the follow
tig Riddles comprise a part; superior wool Cloth,
Nlack and fancy Silks, blue, black and fancy Cos-.
rtinteres---Fancy Summer Cloods—Gingliams rind
gowns—..ll.)inha2itics and Alpaccas—Vestings of
.01 kinds—Mons. de Laines, London and domes
'tic Calicoes- Gloves, Laces, Edgings,Ho
eiery and Ribbons of all kinds.
Also, a Inro assortment of GROCEIII
All the above Goads have been purchased at
'the best and Cheapest Markets, and will certain•
'lv..he sold vnitv Low. Ile respectfully invites
Ilia public to give him n call.
aprl'J JOHN E. FGRSTER.
'Great Arrival of ahol7 Goods
WHOLESALE AND It S'rDRE•
lime now opened the ragest and cheap
maTassortment of Goods ever brought to Carlisle.
-and no mistake! Purchasers will do well to call
alad examine this mon nurh stock; as they, will
be sure to.iget good bargains and save looney.—
'To enumeram articles and prices is out of the
a.4.oesti.m, as it would take tip the whole of friend
llearty's - paper,. and• the hilt' hell hen be told.—
Suffice it to say that I have every; thing in the
Dry G.° Is Imo from superfine cloth down to a
piece of bohbin.
A very extensive nssortment of n oTs and
S il; ) 4 jliat nod cheaper than ever.
C ROCS RI fresh as+ortWont Well of Sugar,
Te I, Molasses, Rice, tipices,...&e. now
opening and selling at the very loftiest notch.—
Recoiled the Old cttati I. Fl tat tT tin street,whers
g t nT barg tins are sure to he had.
nprltt CHAA. 0141LBY.
NEW SPRINIG and SUMMER GOODS
y IIC follscriber has just' received and is .
now opening at his store, on the South
west corner of the Public Square, tin7udenn...
ally obese stock oriicasonabla gonds,iuCh-as
Cloth's, Caisies..res, Vesting., Alp'ecas,Silks,
• Ili all cu ries, Lnv 14, Ginglia.m.., Ca.nhrie,Jac
loilt, 1141,9 ell+, 13. , 11t and other descriptions
cit• flits, white Nf.uslins, Checks, 'Pickings
lilovev; Misiery, tlz,c
A larza %too': 1ILISLI:s1A, white and •s
-bleached, from 1-4 to 1.4 in breadth, and - from
4 cents per v rd- ail in price.
A splendid stock of CA.I; C )03 at prices
varying from 4 to OA.
Al.o, n Fresh ststelt of the
- CELEBRATED FLUID -LAMPS,
which he hss I itely intred•teed, and which are
fiend to be by all that hive tried them, the
nit ecnipon i cal and desirable article in u very
respetd.n ,fv, in use, Also the
The Pekin Company's Teas.
II has been appointed sole avid in thin place
fir the sale of the above Tens, to which he
wield invite the special attention of the lovers
of good 'Fans. The manner in which they are
up iS each, as that the daVniir is prrso-ved
?nr any length of time, being incased in lend
-or tin toil. cnn bn supplied with
„any qutiitity put tip in thin :nlnner.
The patine is respectrully-Hlvitetil to call.ane
'et-amine hisstoca liefarepurehasing elsewhere
ionsinick as he feels confident that his variety
and prices will be satioractory to unrzliasers.
apr6 11 , )11;:ftT [RV(NE, jr.
THE subscriber has jest opened in the Store
Room lately occupied by It. Snodgrass. Esq. on
West fi,gh street. in the boroneh of Carlisle, a
irge and general assortment of I) tor GOODS,
. GROCERIES, Q1.11.;11'..‘15-WARE, HARD
WARE &r: &c, till of width have been selected
wild' great care, nod which he is detertnined to
sell as cheap as the cheapest.
'rhe pablin art respectfully invited to give him
, t call. He flatters himself that he min offer such
inditeetnentias willoarike it their interest to pa-
W., A lot of Auction Dry Goods nt very low
J G CA.I2.IIONY
Carlisle, )an 12 1818
FlB3ll Drugs, rasitelna3, 20.
- just - re eeived - from - Phi ladel
phirt and New York very extensive
t,• 4 °' additions to nay former stock, emhrn
-4 clog nearly every snide of Medicine
"now in 114 e, together with Paints,
Oils, Varoisket4, T op wane, Pqrfit marl, Soaps,
•ttimtery; 'Finn—Cutlery, Fishing Tackle,—
Iledalos of al:wilt every' deaTiption, with no
11103 v trioty of o-lutr artielo4, wiieh I am de
ter:nt•t•. lin sell at I trt V CIL V Wear prices.
trr P:v.46,14. C to ttry. Mirchnips, Pedlars
n td • 1, ors. ore resnectfnlly repteste 1 not to pass
0 S l'A V I), qn they may root &sawed
t h it er.wy article will he add of a gaol quality,
nal up s roasonable term +.
NaN Clothln; Store.
Tim 'subscribers inve opfinet) in the
• fantn hunt) , op .1 1 , intl.by,,Fl 8 itiaor, neatly
--lisilitg:ia - t'n'lf - netrtrinigo and oleg m
).1k of CLO riff:4o,, of:nil deaf:4l)lJan , ', made
A Atli very, hest atyloi :lad warranted better than
this any other ready-made to be. forme in thd
oltmity. , 'L'hey,h Ivo tingnged Mr, Geo. Bentz,
on aNpnrioncod,Tailor, - to sell their clothing, who
, fl is,
,t A lt.l m nisn re''s no .1• make up coals,pants
or veltaifor any, person who may not be' able to
• B utit litm3Olf in rheir stock of roadv.inntic , • •
tt groat variety or ;I . , , sied Coats,
C IssimOraand ,lo.v.`pii m4' Pit' nioorismnd Vests
WOO& ha sold • hr.v 1 thin can 1M lind'else
svinro. ..Thoy,ean famish atinn34ome !dun bloc'
ready to put on. for from :87 $ 1
sil.:t,thgr, propprtion. , and see 0
yonsfolync„,,. and W. -DONT&
.11ittltnt Gap 'Store, •
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HAS REMOVED his Office and dwel
L.-•• ling to the house adjoining his Drug Store
on West High street. • itpril 1
CIRADUATE of the Jefferson Medical
College of Philadelphia; respectfully offers'
his professional services in the practice of Medi
cine, Surgery and Midwifery.
OFFICE. at the.residenec of,hie_father in S,
Hanover street, directly opposite .Morrets' Hotel
ihd the A - Presbyterican , .:np 1,'47
• i . ji -. Doetor'Ad. Lippe,.
TT OMpEOPATHIC Physician. Office
a -m• in Mein etreet, in the house formerly ocett
*Li by Dr. F. Ehrmnn. tip 9'49
WILL perform all
I'ceth that M • on reg t u h i e.
red for theirpreservation, such ns.Sculing, Filing,
&c, or will restore the loss of them,
'lyieserting Artificial Teeth, from a sittgle uootli
to n - ftill sett.- igir_Offico on Pitt street, a few
-Mors south of the Railroad Hotel, Dr. L. ienb•
.tent the last ten days of every month. .
ESPECTFULLY tenders to the inhahilants
IV of Carlisle and•ite vicinity, his professional
services in all its various departments, hoping
fromrdtia long experience: and devoted attention
to the business of his profession, to merit a share
of public patronage.
11/lien not absent on professional business, he
.may nt all times pe found either nt his Office,
next doter to Mr. Robert Snodgrass' store, or nV
his lodgings, at Mr. Beetems' hotel. rmayt 7
TTORNEY AT LAW. w II invict ice
' "- in the several Courts of Cumberland coon
ty. 011iee in Main street, nearly opposite the
county jail, Carlisle. -• ' lel, 9
• Henry gdgar 'Keene,
ATTORNEY A'l' LAW. Will pro,-
`itice in the several courts of Cumberland
and -ndjonining counties, and attend ro all pro
business entrimed .to his care with fi
delity apd promptness. Office in South Hanover
Went, in Graham's new building, oppo4te the
Post 'Office. - • nwiteo26
James R. Smith, -
A TORN EY AT LAW. Office - with
S. D. Adair, Esq. in Grithaure . new 1 - ;nild•
itg, opposite! the Poet mar 31 '47
Canon C. Moore,
TTORNEY AT LAW. Office in
the room lately occupied by Dr. Foster,
mar 91 '47
- •R. A. I.e3thbOrton,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Harrisburg,
l'a. np t'S '4B
WRIGHT & SAXTON,
INIPORTF,RS AND DEALERS TN FOP.•
EIGN nc DOME:F.TIC. HARDWARE,
Glass. Paints. Dye Stairs, Oil, Iron, StoohNails
&e. would' invite tho attention of persons want
ing goods in 'their line, to the large assortment
!hey have just opened, and which they offer at
the very lowest cash prices. feb23
WILLIAM BLA IR, in Louther Street,
w near the College. dyes Ladies' and Gentle
men's apparrel, all colors" sad warquits all work
to he satisfactory. Orders in his line respectfully
. sep '46
Plainfield Classical Academy,
(Fora AIILFS WEST OF CARLISLE.)
rOllfs Fourth Session will commence on AlO N.
.1 DAY, May Is, ISIS. Thenumbor of stu
deutsiti limited, and they are carefully prepared
tfer College, counting house, &c., &c.
The situation precludes the possibility of stu
dents associating with the vicious or depraved,
being remote from town or village, though easily
accessible by Slats Road' or Cumberland Valley
Itailroad, both of which pass through lands at
ached to the institut ion.
hoarding, washing, tuitiunk&e, (per sea.) $5O 00
Latin or Greek s 00
Instrumental Music ' , • •••..1, - 10 00
French „or..Gertnan. ' i 5 00
• Cirellars 'with references, kc, furnished by
. apr 5 . It. K. BU RNS, Principal.
laigistrate's 01Ree Removed
• T E Office of it Va subscriber, a Justice of the
Peace, has been removed to the house adjoining
the store of Mrs. Wealtley, in High street, Car
lisle, immediately opposite the Railroad Depot
+lnd Winrott's Hotell.• Pay residence being there,
always be found B9home, ready to attend
to the business of the public._ In addition to the
•Intin4 of a Magistrate, I will attend to all kinds
If Writing. such as 13eeds, Mortgages, Bonds,
Indentures, Articles of Agreement, Notes &c,
which will be exoeuted in a neat manner and 'ac
cording to the most unproved forms. .
The °time lately occupied by me, in Mr. Gra
!emirs building is tor rent, and possession had im
mediately. lime root is lo4and the mention gOod.
inn 11 INS ' (: LO. FLOMING.
Main street. Carlisle'
-- 71[ ilTrtemilank-.lml-I'erry—Hotel:
THE subscriber desires to in
' •••• I •fiirin his friends and the fravellirg
;11 ; public that ho hns REMOVED e tne
old stand, known us Vyeibly's !toter;
to the pUblie house recently occupied •by'Jelift
Corninan,ein North Hanover street,,nenothopub ,
lie square, where he will be glad to, see his ,old
adquaintances 'from Perry and Cumberland, and
no many now ones as possible.- His house is lergti ,
and in good order„containing,neollicient number •
erwell - farnished.ehamberS and every- other fa
cility fer ihe'moot 'coinfortablo'necoirimodation of
'travellers and',bottrders, His table will be stmt;.
plied' with the, nhoicest delioueies,of markets,.
coottnallioas Shibling.attnehed :to tjteltOttstio;An&l
a eareful . o4tler n dun ce,.'-=
Lln responthillyjnytteisa enlifrotit..travollers.
.. - P'9 7 l)rimillber.3riked;" - • ~, rA
cilYlitica:Wifst arid L964:19'
alley .wneirote nniv 1.119.110 d !kill keei(eifneitiilitly',
np hand ri , first!4iiit,ittiftort Omit otognsoned PING ,
119 RD:•••'3'. '.and •ti I;A N K:7nn - d kinds
OiloGlawf,, , Y,arnirdr. foci/at:OA fild:lnonit,inoN:
T.`4Colokt ilia 411064,0 V lAy
ittc,ja t ,/IN neiffido up T f lp3 it' I 'determinedt.to malt .
v i° ll l 4l r ' 9ll r °,;!1!1::111-°;!-",1,1,?,141--t10:,=..vgrni9
• ilm(ql , 4 'et"
*RP , '" ATV+ 11, qrtnuint otAar so;inho , Cligar' !
' ' nlst p ii in,elo4iiiinfli ti At,4Tobn:pool7 for
Dr. John J. Flyers,
Dr. Geo. Willis Foulke,
Dr. I. O. Loomis,
Doctor A. Rankin,
Wm. T. Brown,
Dyeing ani Scouring.
N327' 11 EM EX:I TX) `',.... ) WitEttla • Lail:tr. LD3 1M1 1 2.a CU' 0
Ron arca tg.olnphnifs
The Franklin Fire.lnsurance Com
pany of philadelphia.
OFFICE, No. 163 i Chesnut atreot, near Fifth
- • - - - - - -
Charles N. Rancher i George W. Rtcherds
Thomas Hart Mordecai D. Lewis
Tobias Wagner Adolphe E.,Borien
Samuel Giant' ' • - David S. Brawn .
Jacob R. Smith . Morris Patterson—
. Continue 'to make insurance
,peretual; . or 11mi-
tad, on bye ry descriptidn - ef-properry in, toWn rand
country, at., mine as low .ns. am. consistent_ .with
security. Tlai company liavp reserved' a large
contingent fundovhich - wit h their capital and . pre •
miuma, safely invested, afford ample protection
tc the-insured. -
The assets — of the compnny on January Ist,
1848, ns published agreeably to an act of Assem
bly, were as follows, viz :
Mortgages v 8890 4 558 65
Rral Estate 108,358 90
Temporary Loans - 124.459 Ob
Slocks ' 51;563 25
Cash on hand and in hands of
agen.e, 35,373 28
• Since - their incorporation, n perind - of — eighteen
yenrs, they have paid upwards or ONE MILLION,
TWO Hultman THONSANO DOLLAEB,IOI3SeS by fire:
thereby atfording•evidence of the advnntages of .
insurance, as ' well as the ability and disposition
to meet with promptness. all liabilities. .
C lIA RLES N. BNIICK - Ert. -- , Prea l t.
- CIIAS. G. SArrincrat, Sec ' . • feb 2
The stihscriber is agent for the above cornpnny
for Carlisle mid its vicinity. All applications for
insurance either by mail or personally. will be
promptly attended to. W. D. SEY MOLIR.
Mutual Fire ktisurtince Company of Cum
berland county, incorporated by an act of Assetn
lily, is now fully organized and in operation, un
der the management 014411 c—following commis.-
' Cht. Stnymnn, Jacob Shelly, Wm. R. Gorges,
Lewis 11.yer, Christian 'lnset, Robert Sterrett,
Henry Logan, Michael Cocklin, Benjamin H.
Musser, Levi Merkel, Jacob Kirk, Sanll. Prow.
ell, !mend Meichoir Breneman, who respectfully
call 'the nitention of citizens of Cumberland end
York counties to the advantages which the coin
pany hold out. .
The rates of insurance are as low and favorable
ne any coiopany of thei ind - in the Slam.. Per
sons wishing to become members are invited to
make application to the agents of the company,
who are willing to whit upon them at ally nine.
JACOB SHELLY, President
HENRY LOGAN,N. Pres't
LEWIS- H von; Secretary' .•.
,MICHAEL COCKLIN, Treasurer
Au ENTS- -, ltuuolph. Martin, New Cumberland;
Christian Timed and John G. Dunlap, Allen; C.
B. Ilarmon, Kingstown; II enry Zenring, Shire
manstown; Sinton ()paler, Wornileysburg ; Bo
hert..Noord: Charles Carliele.
Agents for York County—Jtwoh'Kirk. gene
rnl agent ; John Sherrick, John Rankin; J. Bow:
man, Peter Wolford.
Agents for Ilarrishurg—llousor & Lochnutn.
- TUE CUMBERLAND VALLEY
eil r utuat Protection Cowl!,
lIE CUMBERLAND VAIILEV M UTU ,
AL PROTECTION C' - 'lll PANT,%iII be
am er the direction of the - relloning inard of
Managrea for the ensuing year, C.
Miller, President; Samuel Galbraith, Vice Pre
sident; David W. McCillicittili, Treasurer; A.
G. M iller ,Secretary, .lames Weakley „ham T.
Green, John 'lug, Abraham King. Richard
IVoeds, Samuel Huston, William Peal, hcott
Coyle, Alexander Davitlaon. There are also a
number of Agents appointed in the adjacent
counties, who will receive applications fur in
surance aid forward them immediately for ap
proval to the office ofthe Company ,W.llell the pol
icy will be issued without delay. Forfuttlier
information seethe by-Inward the Company.
Taus. C. NIILLEII Prest.
A. C. MILLER, Sec'y.
The following gentlemen hare been appointed
L. H. Willintus, F.s9.,Westpenurboro, Gen
S. A. Coyle, Carlisle,
Dr. Ira bay, Mezhnniesburg.
George Brindle, F. 59., Monroe.
Ins. M. Means,F.s9. Newburg.
lobo Clendenin, V. 59. 'in g est - own..
...Stephen Cullnirtenn ,Shippensbirrg. _
Septemheri 29, 1547
Equitable Life Insurance, Annuity
and Trust Company.
()FMS C 74 Welad iireet, Phindelphin.—
Capital 3250,000.—Charter perpetual.—
slake Insurance on lives at their office in Phila
delphia, and at their Agencies throughout the
States, at the lowest rates of premiunt. -.
Rates for insuring at 8100 on a single Life.
Abe, Fur I year. For 2 years. 1 ifo
81 91 ,60
99 , • 1,30 2 ,04
1,29 1,64 ?,70
1,86 2 117 r 3.94
EXAMPLE.—A person ogod 30 years next birth
day, by paying the company 95 cents would se
cure to his tinnily or heirs $lOO should he dip in
ono year ; pr for $9,90 ho secures tpthemsslooo;
or for $l3 Mintanily for seven years ho'secnres
to them $lOOO should ho.dio in seven years; or
for $20,40 paid'annually during•life,•he secures
$lOOO to be, paid•Aviton he dies. ^dna' insurer
ecouriu4 bis : own bonus, by the'difference in,
'amount .o . f,promitims from those • charged by
other Offieee. FOr $•19,59 the .heirs•would ,by
85090 should hddio in One year.. .
'Forme appliention add' all;:partleulers may
be. hadllartho office' of 'Frrap'X' 'WATTS; Es4i
Carlisle, _ • • •• • • , • t. ^
1.4,'Tumr5TT,..900 . 1“ ^. ; ••,
'F.460 K, .W Arra, Atry.. ;
Dr. T. l 34•Anoil,'Mcd1Cal'Exainfnor.
~ • ; ~ • -.
11)P., -31 7 .•. P. 111 L AND mow, °fibre in the pub %
• Ws Indian ,Vegetahle t Premium, Fluster,
the of — which allot
.long ned . tiiod;oxpu
notice have ' lieo„eatiertctorily mitablished. . lo
'all•wpineh who may be afflicted the aff ection -,cifTnor,srate , 'UTCRt,' 'dr
now recommends hie Ouster . ; guaranteeing • a aura
tintittimMly,ruriiin the ehori epode of !time of from
do,thr,e,tiventilis„,i(Mmlien.l : Wlth care,artd 1 . 133 t; die-,
banihOis So,lting in use,. Thiti,:ho feelsitt
oneiristitnee tiu6if three' hiind red and fitly ensile.;
PriCe. - .oxE)Doit.irt pet •tinte: , , Sold'ih bk,
ELiClDT,'end Dr: J. J..111 , Y1 RS: , . t r
• , ..p to c :1)7,41311* , a; -7_.,,....,,,
' i;,4_ilotitisß#Ri?., tinit , t. , ,, ,
'''ii .. en hem' ''reeernly undergone
Zig; iP o Po l or''4" ' .413:been : ruanianen
. ',. 81:1:AISIR9u9-M,'""Tale,pf %Ito hnaNgleittXt
',Ns , tn ENTIRE trr tuipli a l.
~1 4 ot h ert4 votrg
*lather,' 'ef,ihe ,Itim!fi, fl it ?,qlc t id kk a ytirx dn7,
the:gat of Giirernrti°lo,,L,,4ll, 1....: , ',,
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ov \VAIID eTILES ZOO;
"Our life ionslots of a thousonti,sprOgs—
Fading !rme be gone ' -
Strange that a harp of thousand strings
Should -keep its tune so, long."
And marvelous the feint& intellect
• beauty's creator: It (Wrung the body •
• Andlightlf It like a titifr” -
"Oh t InveZ—tivie tVell..hut only once! for never shall
"the dream • • PT
Of youthful hope return again on lifo'idark /Mints
ldve th atch tile early one which young affec
tion nursed t
Oh, no—the one you loved the best, is lino you loved
In childhood I hnd dream
Of some far land. where spirits sung of litre
in strains siveet . as the wind-harp'siinfl!st tone;
lint never have I mei with one so pnre,:,
So calmly heantifulas my fair friend. ^ •
er eyes are rieeffr — mill as the bummer Leaven, -
And fall upon you with a mental light,
And Mind hititYriur sotil- - -Trfif v fing tethringlitit =7
Of some bright CHINS where INTELLECT IS LUNG:
ller brow Is stanip'd by mind, and purely 'flows,
Thri'legit lovely curis, - Ilke Parlan-marble . nnatli
A kIIVPII . II Iles face-tile crystal mirror
Of some calm lake, reflecting images „.•:
And hues from heaven above.. Her formllinltebt
And free gitice`of tire fawn; and like VittNonen
PF 11.101rT:WIN9 t n BIRDS lIER SMALL FSET•KIBB TUE
Sometimes Ave meet In life
With.beings pure, for whom we cher Ibli love
Of Intellectual Writ:and growth—for whole
The soul oft sends nbove an earnest prayer
That they may move lit "ways of happiness."
Oh! this is the heart's poetry, w With find■
A temple for Lot n's worship wheresn'er
Ifeetion blends Willi mind lts gentle pbwer
in come fair being's soul.
I would not fill for thee, fair Mend,
The eitrand cop of liattery'a 'curing
I would not twine a blighting poison-wreath
In coldnettAltuirpkthy 0001 and gloriono brow:
But honest wordeir'ili - itrer flow from loathe'
Thu, bent - rcoponcive to a gentle word.'
And Maly reverence, in truth and love,
At wonlan's holy
Then. 11,1 the prayer
Of one who only unite In cull thee friend—. •
WhrTrraver enure kindnees for hilmany faults
May - eorrow never fall upon thylinpee.
flu, may thytlife in stream-like bentsly flute, .
Through floweg,gemne.d. field', to that Wel land of
Where life le lovd forever.
11111 it 17 godly trge that fa te'e dark bond • •
Oft falls In hitterneee upon our rire‘p.
Pnraing Ibe loved:and lover, sniping lip . _
lia Were Intrint.9lble to faith and hope t
Or tle:nth tt !pro ft!, and Fete ilk icy sent .
On lige which-once In gentle (once did sk#4
Closing bright eyes Corg'er 'whir-Acrid ttilostiiutBl.„.
In winning Itintl¢ti "
Or treacilery cntnell whit blife . k arid ft , a,*s4.
To bringa on criEdititi* P rri* .
le 4l\ Yes. life ins mnny broil.. of gloom.
And friends and lorgd noes pnnn, full snow unnylitros •
As fades the rainbow from the watching eye—
As vanish the pure, golden cloud. of even—
AP soars some sinrry:plumng'd bird away
To its high home of brightness, angel-like.
I hope that I may die
Era nit such dear ones flute from . this cold earth,
That some kind friend may hive to think of me
When I have posed into the "silent land;"
or, standing by my grave, may say in truth
There reels In calmness one who never wrong'd
A friend: but ever gave to honest hearts
Return of kindness and of love.
- To cense to love,
Or feel r , blight Came caner pnreer dreams,
Oh! this Is bitterness: but still vain man
Must learn in cling more lighily.tp the flowers
Of earth, an that when parting erdlly comes
He'll stand In calmness near the grave of Inve
Antithink of faded joys, like sonic dear friends
Long gone Into the "dreamless land."
OH LIFE! nit Love( on GOD P U
_What darker_leesin4cUln rs
My eye world stan.the book of fide, nett read
Its darkest page. My way in life in drear—
My noel holds graves of minty faded dreams—
My heart has had its full of miser •:
gut yet rd drain the cup, if more It holds,
And, standing oh the aelies of dead Joys,
Would moot the future with a ehang,elees eye:
1 close my strain,
'TIP filling it should cease, for wards must fail
To tell my earnest love fir thee, JLir girl; •
lint wilt thou think, in after years, of him
Who pen. in bitterness theme humble lines 1
Ills darker hours were often changed to Joy
fly your kind smiles—hid heartfelt ever pure
When liet'iling to thy calm tun] touching, voice.
kty wannest proYer'is'all unworthy ilree,
nut yet the heart must give fonli grateful iones
Whin some dear lighd has gently touched its strings
I firing my orring—thnOgh - on hoinble love—.
the purcehrine of woman's mental worth.
i ft9 . -
men who recently becrpoe. Et
inthry to Bacchtts,-retnrited,horrie one night
fa' an interineillitte' State of booz . ineis: 'That
:kit° say he wave inirricortaply'aruntr; but per-
lectly iawara of his laiforturiate.situatiort.L:-
Knowing that his, wile was asleep, he, deol:'
(led to attempt gaining Jiis
turbing )tey, (l, , ;by , sleeptrig.ofT his 9ellrin-.
tirtil. - conceat - thei:rneetittOgetlieri' reach-1
ed. the item- cif • hie rifoni w
larbance,:an4 riftbriniainntittg'.a few!, 'yid.,
,mcirite „4 prtit intaa liea';tliettgiitl if fie;
cnuld_rettelf the",,bott-pPfkli , aPlittlo l dt,9 ll - ,ll 3riit ,
:tvlillO k Ate'SlitiP4titat
_Plished.i'.,tiiiloitortetere - too -. 114 ittctigiofir
his , nchemo,
with thi,berlloitt,,;titgitiNajp,tl,tha trifildlotAti
Corkarti‘iithllltdifo l esiiitl 2 piece ?'of fa Ail
Lure, he, pitelletl over. it frith a perirfet,,laciiiii , .,
ness, atal,fipon - regaithrig'an erect. positipn;,'
ere - an,e4uiltbrienrit.Wao , earablistierl,. iirentJ,
beak ward , in.: nn equally earn:ma iy ,rnpit
Again' lig; itrn fell iiK.tt-Aegot , head
illih'4,l6;'4 l P,P l . l .4lolwpwikt 3
egad 11(1(.1 itieNilia(dalii yes Net to be over-
0141ite*Atil i g 4 :gar= in4 "*' ;-h q k l e6lPi g i f
tOnAiyggr t f7Ciritlolsq.3 l 4'.o, llo l.o*;r.
ce, , g , lp.pl . 4oo',FiLe'twAsAY'
4t:orthkti i ;
'l46o4i4j*:;litts,ai! l, '*hiqtV'tan3': ll . iiqViii°l:l
A . TALE OF BASHFULNESS.
liY llENftiCti 7.SdIIOEIiE
There is a certain misfortune in the world,
not usWilly eitumerated.in the COMIY10:1
roisloitunds, but which, nevertheless, ought
to be. I aflord a_ tjhtstiaticip of the_
truth Of assertion.
My lather, God rest his sed, sent me dill
gently to school ; there I gained some know
ledge, although our City schools at that pet
rick) wepre none of the best. •
Evert' one"said : Max has talent , ,.but he
is shy and aWk ward, cannot adapt himself to
die ways of the world, is unacquainted with
the usages of scciety, and never knows what
to do with his hands and feet ; otherwise he
is a good and clever fellow enough."
Such was the general opinion of me.—
Reader, do you perceive my Dili
gent at squad and' in the workshop, I was
poached; my c 5 es
look for a resting-place when addressed by a
stranger, and if called opal to meet a hitly
with civility and politeness,.] become root
ed to )he spit, speechless and stiff as a 'ram
Enongh—politertess and ease of manner;
as'they are called, are concerns no less per-
Mid Title's comfort, than bread
and pastries or u glaks of . wino.
Marty young gentlemen ns I have often
ot , eived; arc greatly waMint.t in these res
pects. Many a one on going into set:iety is
at a loss to know how to'dispose ot his ex
tremities, and would, one earn easily perceive, -
have much rather lett them at home. Many
such an unfortunate knows not where to
mantel his hands, thrusting them at one mo
ment blur his waistcoat, at another into his
breeches pocltet, then in despair raising one
or other to his occiput, there to scratch by
way o vane y. '
Ammo miter ill luckentailed by niy . wwk-
wart-inc.., , , may - be teckotted that of being.
still a bachelor. 01 litivihg.tanyhad lily
secon,l y - aar without being'' .irdssed with a
No sooner was my old aunt - dead, mid I
her' sole heir, thereby' tendered eomparitive
ly affluent, than I, then . in my thirtieth year :
was led to seek Ike land of a young lady,
who to other qualdieations added beauty, M.
onOirniability, and wealth'besides.
was Well pleased with the petty Bathe
rs, matters were quickly arranged, and noth
ing remained - but to cultivate het acquant
tames, I was acoordinglyc to meet her at the
house of her cousin, and an instkition to
dine was lomat ded to Isle. •
. 01 large parties.] had
,a.pellect - hpfror, my
'aforesaid detective eduitati . i.in : mak mg me A)
and timid ; but thew what will not a otrurdo
to secure the favor of a pretty lint barn? So
I put on my best Sunday snit, whim silk
wettings, R . bran new hairba,, ,, , and apple-
Oeen coat with large pearl buttons—in tt
tiroq; made..tnysclf sum* asiahtid,egrotiolz
however : my heart began to thump against
toy ribs, as though I had a smithy within my
breast. "If I could only tpel assured there
will be no party," thought 1, 'would to hea
ven it were ovci." Fortunately, I found the
cousin alone, making up all accouni, iii his
study. You are some% hat late, It iend Stol
prim)," said lie. I made twenty inclinations
right and lett, and laughed in a perfect ago
ny to look agreeable, for the fear of meeting
a large party engrossed every thotig:u.
'l7le cousin having finished, looked around
for some sand. Anxious to be of service, 1
unshed forward, seized, as ill luck would
have it, the inkstand instead of the sand
box 4; and poured a whole stream of the best
black Writing fluid over the neatly kept led
ger. I thought 1 should have fainted Irom
sheer fright, and in my confusion hurriedly
thew forth my .snow-white pocket hankei
chief to wipe it up. •
With an exclamation of "What on earth
are you doing Mete, friend Sto!mien !'• triy
entertainer smilingly interposed, and push
ing me.and my black and white kerchief,
gently aside, quickly put ttings to tights ;
and then led theivity.rie the apartment where
thii;eompany wera assent tiled. I tollowed,
but with a troubled spirit, and on looking
down was horrified to obseive an ink-blot.
as large as a florin on my left white silk
smelting. “Ilitlp me, heaven !" I mental
ly groaned' 4- Whar will tlie-corripany
The room door is opened. I, awkward,
block-headed booby - Mat I was, thinking to
show myself light and graceful, as well as
clever and gallant, sprang forward, laming
right and left ; backward and forward, scot
ping fit st with one foot, then will the other,
in alleirections, and not perceiving a female
domestic just before me, who was in the act
of dishing , up a pie; dashed my bead with
tateli force into her back, as to semi the pie
Hying out of the dish bin to the floor, and so
witheompliments arid ducking and boa ing,
ltlitidly•advtiuced'. - 1 4 left its though rwire
mrhaulei. and "abdtit alien the enemy's
guns. , . •
What civillhitigs were'said on the part of
the company I know anti. - ynt--I , 7hail not
the courage to lettlt,.,t),gt,go.glinued, like one
possesz.ed, bowing and scraping, and ,cjiten
tatittg "yonr humble sertoittis,,'" in all t lnec-,
thins, until out shoal* a lresli''rifishap.
.1 had, in.faptleaulted the pie, which
lay there, (brake, soryam, not recoveted
frofn her 'right mitt loss al: tweath,,ar,d
staring actitelnastorpiecC'ef Cooking dashed
to pieutucoort4eliiior Witheet suCelloti
All' ateituee;,while augagett..in making
anhattuiaie, lett ...lam ,
Ullkhill 4 biiqotrip,ditik. i belare - 4) o akeit..
, Piagraa efu I 1y., , b u utail I nog It my.loot,
Otl4s9cn.4lidey s iiie;,jp an„lattai4; peutuaitC
40 were I(!stfql4',.eyyti .1-':game,)
7 , ulirerr,tutrthe ,: flOciif tkthwtitietrtell'ataiirit,..oh
taake t tliaarrepreamble , hiaglitur!
th2,larse c tute i ,iv.orehiptilk l ce'Tpaay; thexe
13 1. filed., ,
~ lii falling It brougltt 'tio*n two Clutirec
' wAtipikt ,Irttilliezm. , tt,t. ,51_, IR , 91%. er, o.s4ve.
9 1 / 2 ii — r 1- -k • '
thyself. t9gtitlitii,mWn vstylig, a,110„,1/,ret(,Y,f,9 1 -'
Itriite,fhttr, iiil'allipitilStittilitv; iiiiB' itt,,th at tilb.
flttitt.:ttboutt-toqiest-libittillcut otio,ati w it ttl tt
gmfie4ll44l!3lll.l4Y:ttilllPAilor;ohl_tir_lowogo lll l4l .
P 1 , 14 , 07 'ie,,(l o •ol.?l , Afißtirlifrilieol
ft tValll6 'ttarbaitlk:, ~ , 1 i ',_ , „
I t 'i,iirri i ldittiiiiOrliita;:`4-'itilikitiittrl.!
.tkiiittiiiil4 . itivvoill gir 'ibi3ilig'quitivitto,i t
-IttyielPOiri,d , •tlittiltidt,Vvaiea , A laity q‘ftelOilit
Clu‘'All - th# o 9 o, r4 'reltiPPtdrialltid ‘hatTli'i'hock
I c tiPTuk i ti t • EnPlitAWY , ttl ugfP I I4I ) ,IRCP:',:itiTII
Ati ,greis retie '.: t• ~ .0 0, 0 . 1 r ;',41;;CfrOt,tactir:, 1 1,1qiid e
Va'htiVottfc'tflt 41' ,61 iu4ed I'lll ' 4 liio, l ?' lo 39 l ttarri
.13u('i5 already .bliPriiteilicit'ViYell!;lT"lY:'';::'i
NN'e got up. The cousin treated the whole
affair as an excellent joke. ti-was very well
lor him to joke, but I could hare wow, tiny
die with shatike and vexation. I went to the
mantel piece without tittering one word of
apology, but as all were laughing and gig
gling around. I laughed too, and threw horn
time to time stolen glances at the cause of
At last we took •rinr places al the table.—
The cousin was .so gallant as to place ine
nest tollarbstra: - I had rather have been.sito
at -d near a volfann tlom at thfr'stle nt this
amiable anti- pretty rteatore.•'l telt most ex
traordinarysensinions while thus in pixtapo.
smonFrith . fittme bride. the assent
bled guests I ventured only to take a.rtipid
glance at interval!..‘
Soup was served round. Barbara offered
me some—byt how could I accept it?. She
heiself was yet tutproiiitled. Compliments
were exelumged, and 1 already foresaw that
,some neiv evil would arise nut of these as
-bnmhtablecieilities, Hence I became mote
-and More pressing ,antl looking imploringly
hit() the lace of my charmer, forgot the plate
_altogether. --111 t er-consetprertee—was — ttrat - 1 --
poured die binning soup into .Barbara's lap.
and over her clothes, annul in'endertvoiing
hastily to withdraw it, sent the remainder in•
to-my own lap, deluging alike my garments
and My finger 'napkin. It was air sternal di
vision. 1 shall never forget it. -.1 rentem
ber all as though it had occurred but yester
day. At was mat) - - --
The charming. Barbara lell the table. ,
stammered opt aundry artifl9oe.s.
endeavored to non Sole me. Il9earßybile.my"
pantalorms - Were steMniffg inntufn
non. Barbara teas, oldkred to; 6lntirge her
dress. She rettirned, and I endeayored again
to escme myself as well as I cotlld,
Oil perceiving that she. smiled elmeinusly.
felt r•oniewhat re-as Mired, and began to
briedi the onlil perspiintion froln fey fare.
of com=e not -with my !taint, but.my pocket
Alap : amidst the nrcrimulated
that had since neeurred, I had entirely' for
tenrrcie-irrk_ basine.s. In diy the
perspiration, I tubbed in the nil; sn ilietreigh
ly, that on replacing the liandkerchidi ink)
-my pocket, the whole company were 'a
mazed in !hid ice converted 11110 a perleet
Titteriegg - aud roars odlangliter snrceeded.
Politmiess compelled me to Join in the laugh
lied I . did se heartily for FOllle -time Witheut
knowim; wily or wherefore, 1 found
that some of the ladies„ were becoming
alarmed at the blackness of my visage ; and
now lor ale first time I perceived that my
tiantkerchief had'got me into a Lebli scrape,
and what an appearance I must present.
In alarm, I use precipitately horn tjie ta
ble. and coMillienced a retreat town rd the
- ki.;clicti.; in order to wash ao
'lining, having inadyert6ntly laintonod a cor
ner 01 the table cloth to my waian•oat, down
came plates and dishes, boiled and roast
meats, salad., spinach, bottle and salt cellars,
flesh arid fowl, knives and forks, spoons and
glasses—all rushed alter me with a fearful
crashing aad 9lattei. Thi?*gpe)ftl
si.ig all the &loci suthlenTy(Ailtri: -
diawt., and 'tinny a delwaey on which they
had set their heath , corny in tiilkvareer alter
the ; sat open-monthett, and rivetet! to the
s rot with astonishment.
Al first. on seeing the plates andrliahes
closely following on my heels, 1 (milli anti
hate the freak only to ifclieratt, but the
cousin springing with both feet on to the
cloth, brought it together with the attaching
Inman away with a jerk, and brought me to,
a seise of my situation.
I sought as fast as my legs would carty
me not the kitchen but tlastairs, flew across
the street, and did not halt filh.l reached toy
chamber. For four weeks-lint a soul did I
admit to my presence, and Irmo that time I
never thtmallt of matrimony without a Fen.
sairm of Fuldiness, nod as to large parties,
the bare.iden britresion a lit it ague. I now
laugh mysell at toy helplessness. • But my
history may serve to malty, nor indeed tor
an exam, le, but lor %veining and instruetiGn.
CTS AtiOU T Drcasrrox —SVheat is the
most 'nutritious of all substances except oil,
'containing titnety-fire pails of nutriment to
five of waste matter. Dry peas, nuts and
-Harley are neatly ati nutritious as Wheat.—
Garden vegetables stand lowest on Old list,
inasmuch as they contain. when freNli, a
.large portion .ef water...:fhe. quantity: of j
waste matter is more than eight-tenths of the
whole. Veal is the most mintrtt,iotti,J,Vr.
fowls, then beef, last pork. The most nu
trnions traits are plums,. grapes, apricots,
peaches, gooseberries and melons. 01 all
articles of lend, boiled rise is digested the
shortest time, hoar. - Ash also contains
en:lit-tenths of nutritious matter, it is a yelp-.
able substance of diet. Tiipe and- pigs leer
are, digested almost as rapidly. Apples, it
sweet and ripe are next' in 'order. Venison
is digested almost as soon' ail apples; itott;l
- half the
Ifiree..tioarn vaci,..a .6 4ll—mare.than
iftl4lot , ntitind:'' . f,lelit!lti:cupies thine Iranra
;and aAndf.. l —an' iereciniecid
e ailiule,ram , ,Torkayiind'Onnan
arq;c°9.Yertiadjl) taro boars and a
linur and a'lndf,qpnany;lharlPhicke!l•ltonat
'ed"Veet andt'finr4;'ind"salie'd beeficanapy
five haura 4 4 11a11 1 —itia longest'orall
articles of fond.
:11.1 ssAcipsETTitiit TARTIiIO
'll.asiftehusetts hafivet/or tekeri tlio lead in
iv tat ift great, goo. , ui iv] prfifite e r - 7
She eithbile:heit.i , fitsi'sdieni,lit ,
firstslsles; the first tica'iliitily i and the
leg e; press,,priniell the;
firvt hook and the first newspaper, She me-,
aufrietoredahit firsf,;elethraiid , the Error prtfiei.f ,
-She , pleated the,flout tree:aniteatight
clr lisle. She'. criindelsitie z.fire,n, tntitteyV;drid:
-..itoisted - :ilitkfitittinticinelellitglY'Slie`. e rnektei the;
flrIC enrint; , fitill' first' railroad . ; p She 1 14134E:ed
lthe..first: reouse.trali>nedvwctehltfg ;rnatifilife;
arid semi - :the firer .ship ; to diecoVer islands ifiitl
~the iSile? , lifeetteed'
,thtYfirsiphileipphin d , niinid , the , rkt
'gave John . : 6411 his, first Denting,, her I
" I V0.(1/42virtOttieliONkiierilli:t0t - M .. ` 1, Z,Avris
9P,1 1 1
. 4 *Ft) t ti lAivialt(ro,,; ; "luji
Y 4 (ter:
A Head and, a Heart,
• The - foliouing trntcliipt 'and beautiful tri
bute to the vittues of rate of the mom gal
lant spirits sactificed itistlie - Mexican iVar,
tt worthy of preservation not Duly as arrio.
thel'ot corripdsition, btu 118 a glorious illus
tration of the qualities of mind and heart
that so eminently itistitignish the ‘Vhig,can
indate for the Presidency. Is there, a sin
'sere lover of ,the name ol Clay, whose heart
will not swell with emotions ofgratitude and
esteem for the. veteran, upon leading his
letter of condolence to the distinguished
lather- of the gallant -slain • .
- 11,csmClexicreas, A Orty ill Dee:Motion, .
/sigma Is.euva,-Mex leo, Alarclt 7, 1847:
Mr DEAR SIR - :-YOll will, no (Mold, have
received, before this can leach - tile
deeply distres4ng intelligence - of the death
of your son in the battle of Buena Vista. - It
is• with no. w_ish_ol intrinbitg,upon the sane
-.nary of parental sorrow-, and* with no hope
of adininister'og Any consolation -co-your
wounded heart, that I have taken the liberty
of addiessing you' these le* lines; but
_nave - lolTit - a - nuty - whicir - l - mwto thjf mem
ory of the distintmished dead, to pay a
lin_ tritium to iiis many excel - lent qualities,
and wh.M.Tnly feelings ate still fresh, to ex.
press ilto desolalion his nininiely . loss, and
,hat of whet •Icindred- spans, has occasioned.
I hod but a casual aequaintanc s e with your
ion; until he ktevarrie, for a fir, e, a member
,if my toilii.tri Moldy ; and, f can truly-say,
thaT ricione ever unit more rapidly tipon my
established.a:-- Mete- lasting claim
„to Tity inspect and-esteem: _ , Manly and hoc
oiable in every impulse...oTM no. feeling but
for the'llopor of the service anti of pie coun
try, heave every assin mica that , in the hour
of lit4.nt, I_ could lean with confidence upon
his support.. Nor Was I disappointed. Ij.n.
der the guidance,of himself and the lament
ed Ale-Kee, gallantly did the sons of Ken -
inek - 7, in the Thickest ot.the suite, uplimd
Me honor of Me-State and of l'he country.—:
"A patella people w ado-just ice to the men,
m y 01 Mose. who. fell On that eventful! flat.
But I may be perMitied to express the be
' reavement which I feel imthe' loss of valued
_your son I -feel tumid by Mu
strongest ties of private re t ard, and when I
miss liisfainillar illeCp.mitthose of 'McKee
ma Hardin, I can say with truili; that lieel
-no eXoltation I,: our Success.
Willi the expresr.ion of my deepeff pod
heartfelt synniottliii4s for yonr Irreparable lo,s
I remain, toy dear sir, roost faithfully, your
• Z. TAYLOR,
lion. henry C lay, New Orleans:Da:,
Can. Taylor and llie'PooriVomanNAon
There is not pernaps a town in the Uffimd
Stales ‘‘ here the 119111ination of Gen. Tat lor
as a candidate for the Pfesitlency is more - ai
tleptableth the true !leerier! Whigsohan heio
nt 111ansel, isolated as we ame - on this eide of
laf.sel is a new town incorporated by the
Legislature of this state, June 8, 184$, mid
orgaiiizetHiy the choice of town office,.
A1159 5 12&;44 8 - - 7iL •beitig• that part- of, the
M611. " 1 , 43k. '""t - irbi- ites:Sitetokert
out to (tie south or a chain of mountains mo
iling east and west, separating it from the
sown of Mown Desert. But here Geneial
'1•a) tar is known and toyed for his humBlll , y
tow aids a Lonily towimis a family residi
in ;Mont Desert.—Ficiat a Idle) in the Bun
, rm. frhig%
It appems that the only on of a pious ol•I
'couple in Alotint Desert, enlisted in the Din
goal's, which caused his parents great di z
tress. The mother went to Washington to
fryloprevail upon the President and Seco..
tiny of 11'ar to grant the, discharge of
son, but without success. • She then wrote i•i
Geo. Taylor, who sent her the hollowing le
ter, and in a short t'rne she was blessed try
the tempi of her truant boy.
FAD-QUARTER., Army of Ocenpation./
Matalooras, July 2 I,)846:
"'MADAM :—Your letter to Gen. Taylor .if
dime 17a., in which you request the ills
(lunge of your son, private Ezra D. Cm,
Company C, 2‘l dragoons, was Ibis day_
ceived. This case was brought to 'the Gel,-
el ars aneen, n in June last, but owing to d i n
great, want of eillisted, men, it was 'opt
deemed praime . able at this .time to grant
diseparge. Now, however, I have the plea..
sure to nap' in you that ortler4 for' his di--
charge have been issued, and will take Willi
immediately. It May be a satisfethion to
litS'fainily and friedds to he informed :that
private Gott has participated creditably tin
.the rereitt-ae.tive service of thilarrny on the
am, Madam, very reApectl9ll
You, obedient servant,
\V. W 11. Buss . Adji. Getleral.
Mrs. Jane It. Gan, Alt. Desert, .111 e: •
The personal prayers Cu' the " thstressnd
mother," who had come nn 'a 'pilgiirnao
neatly nine hundred:Limiter., _hatt...nnAitight
"pan tha, hant!s of the ,Preshlent and .his
%vermin in 'GO. Taylor, Nilien he *swan : tem
point or ;anatlchay; tMittnterey.'iiintlrio:talt:itt
.sparei Ray& 'th“ New 'Yirielltlitter,'.waa trn
mathately, ftiSpgilded to bp 11113 : , .(ItaVei M
rier;.,atot, in the spirit ni.HimyWho
her son tri to Me 'whir ol,Nahr,'lta sent,hat:
to‘the old .
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