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M. BREWSTER, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR.
. Auverusements. TERMS OF THE JOURNAL.
I The “liarmaanox JOURNAL' is published at
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' flab r '" Ice to the den. Ime the mountain of her curse, &c. The
If paid in advance
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD. .If paid within Mx months after the time Barber, Spare That Mustache. , uncing all alts gi i pen the 1 back of her camel of hs patience, end gave
Compounded entirely of Gums. ; subscribing aeLtyent onnl:id been ing the mercli- i fact is , Emily has the harshest kind of a
1,75 A young Indy sends one of our exchanges
IA one of the hest purgative an d li ver Toe d; ,If paid before the expiration of the year, 2,00 the following touching poetic appeal to the ' t thathenttle f portion of ho- voice— a cross-betwixt an enraged grind•
nines now before the public, that nets as a Ca- And two dollars; an d fifty cents if' not paid manic vhich encased ,in "Slwrwood'a
titanic, esuier, milder, end more e ff ectual then dilater the expiration of the your. No subscript •!Knight of the Brush and Razor: "
any titer medicine know.. his not only a Ca- tion taken for a less period than six months. 0111 Barber, spare that young mustache!
Patelit ad dimity dez ea en d captive- ! she did well to slug in
never venturing Margie, bet a Liver remedy, acting firm on the
, 1. All subscriptions are continued until oth- tea the r ut SUSCeptibitilii.s of unsuspect• stone and a
Illy presence I'' saw•filin
ne ins machine —and g
Liver to eject its morbid, then on the stomacherwise ordered, snit no paper will be diseontinu- not n a single hair;
ing Yo men—breidtint hieing with no
and bewels to carry off that meti er , ti nts o ccur , ed until arrearages are paid, except at the option Your razor, brush and other trash
plishiffir two purposes effectually. without any of or the publisher. little c inaction as an ' rishinan breaks and gazed apron the way he saw the form
Must never venture there;
the painful feelings experienced is the operation ' 2. Returned numbers ore never received by us.
1 As Fitz moved nearer to the window
of most Cathartics. It stregthens the system at . All 'numbers sent its in that wily are l ost, and At last the bud has bur sled out, heads a Donny Brook. Fair. and then
the same time that it purges it, and when tam' never accomplish the purpose of the sender. By much caressing taught, leaving unfortunate vteitin to his fete, window of he room
• lof the maiden retreating from the front
dolly in moderate doses, will strent;litee end ,3. Persons wiSbing tO stop their suhscrintions, Ds frail young tendrils how they sprout, mai its le regard to Ile feelings as if 1 "what a beautiful voice I% he added,
build it up with unusual timidity. must pa ll up arrearoyes, and send .a written or Then, barber, touch it not.
The Liver is one ofl a ; the principal reguln- , verbs! order to that effect, to the o ffi ce or pith. he was ca} rd esculetlt ! 1 'mnd what a beautiful figure ! Ah ! why
tars a th e human hosinst tly; rind when it per- ' lication in Huntingdon.
Now. refore, know )111 men to whom 1 ant I debated from a view of her Ince
termites filictione well et the powers of the sys- ' 4. Giving notice to a postmaster is neither a Though well laid out and wide the fieid,
' these per to shall um/ gre e ting: Thal 1 Teti dollars to the smallest kind of peon
teisi are fully develop-1y ed. The stomach is leg, or a proper notice. Whence this young mustache shoots,
elm. entirely depon-I de dent o n th e healthy 5. Alter one or more numbers of a new year The sickly null no more can yield, I, Fi'z Ju Summerfieleof Boston , Coon
action of the Liver for L'• the proper perform-' have been forwarded, a new rear bus comnien -
Oh. then. guard well these rants ; mace of its functions. a wh en th e mined ) is' ed, and the paper win net be discontinued ma t t ! i y of Nutt , find Coinninnwealth of Mils- t h i e " ld i s l he h i 3 a ut th h e lc i :s vi m7!
to Fault, the bowels are r e et wit en d the whole . arrearageg nre paid. See No. 1. ' For should thy murderous blade sweep o'er , schn et do hereby wear—yen, and h t .,.! I ,ill woman
I hav w lt
t b e u n
though. I will disguise my
system setibcs in eon- L s sequence of one °r pm , The Courts here decided that refusing ICltake Tlmt curved liiis shadowy mist,
—the Liver— having t e e emoted to do its duty , anewspn l ier from the o ffi ce, or removing. I will conti to swear— keep the with. !self as a pedlar. or gas fitter or old clothes
The tender plants would bloom no more ;
For the di , 'VaSeS 0 Op that organ one of the cai ing it uncalled for, is MINA FACIE evidenc e
i llllol lled • whose ni keep
Illid des- man. My own song to and sung in the
proprietors has t.tle it his study, in a prac
or intentional fraud. m
Then, barber, A desist:
Nit ctive aft re in pan ikielly recited and sweetest of tones, end by the most beauti
lice of more than twen- ..,, ty years, to find some Sultscrihers living in distant counties, or lis
remedy wherewith to) counteract the many I oilier States, will be required to pay invariabl y '
Think of the fair young girl, whose lip
derangements to wh'elp's it is liol.lo. set forth fib t., at a safeidistance, and to
'Fit prove that this ~,, remedy is nt last dis- , Was wont so oft to press! be constant on my gufird ng, l nei their and be stuted , art in g and clwing
fa - The above terms will be rigidly adhered ful of women I But what am I about l''
severed any person i,..7 troubled with Liver rt in nll cases. That budding mouth. its sweets to sip— insidiotie wi —knowing by history. and window. “I mune near forgeting that lum
Complaint in , ny . eritOr* ffirme, has but to try
..... Oh, think of her distress I
a bottle and et nvietionl,.. is cousin.
past experieni the baleful effects the said a miserable old bachelor. Vuubtless she
These gums remove • all morbid or had . ADVERTISEMENTS 'Tis unfledged manhood's pride and joy,
matter from the system p, supplying in their Will be charged at the ffilloitio, e rates: With sighs and rears ' twas bought,
Place a heel by flow „.., of bile, invigoratifig ' . , 1 insertion. 2 do. 3 du. a" exerts ula\ tineginative male hipedo• ie a syren, an evil encharess, a hu , i . u , tiv ar g d !
In witness hereof, I will add my lust Let her go with the rest at her sex .
r $ , Let no rude stroke its liffi dest roy—
the stomach, causing pm r oo d to digest well. Six lines or less, 8 2,, $ 3 71
purifying the blooffigi- gg •viitg tone and health one square, (16 lines') 50 7 100 Oh, barber, touch it not 1 grand cause on e etinii, 7hich fs, that I with thie bit of philosophy, lugubriously
to the whole machine • ats ry, removing theennse Te o st (32 " ) 1 Oti 150 200 - __________.,.....,..,-„.--
of the disease, and ef. L . , thictin g a radical cure , „
ti mo. 6 mo. 12 ino. Uncle Sam , s Failure to Externii. bye been Pura tery to period of time delivered, Fitz threw himself on his bed,
One dose after eat- = lug is Will:Min to re- ' One mina., $3 OD $5 oo $8 00 nate the filoran4lns.
Ithve the stomach ...d tprevent the food from F. squares, 500 800 12 OU lto
t A v i i i :' . lll l :;7 il ;:li , c . °l re i : e' ig w h ' i a i l i l g a . n e ri ' d 'g a .i g n , g d r , i t i , i , d . e....i , ,, , h i e t, d or tl , t , a n i. :. e. h v e en co o u c ld i.,c g k et . asleep, if it
rising and souring. 10 column, 800 12 00 18 00 When Uncle Sam did first send out ins, hugging and Itissin4 and otherwise
Bilious attacks are r, am! whet is 41 ., le 00 18 00 27 00 I
hatter, prevented, e . the occasional uso of do, te oo 27 oo 40 oo 1 His armies to destroy us, I making an unmitigated dinkey of myself
the Liver invigorator... 1 do., 28 00 40 00 50 no Says he, the Mormons we will rout— i —ouly to be politely reqfested at the end
Only nee d o s e ta ..i.2 , e before rentra I Business Cards of six tines, or less, $4.00. They shall not more annoy 49.
prevetas Nightmare. Irwl I
of all this ninonshiee, to.
i ' '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' He sent a force quite competent
Only one doer ' eke " " I " • ki ‘ e "' tle t Advertising and Job Work. "Take thy hat from at the corner,
bowel., ently, and cures Coetivenss.
To try . and hang ror Treasoa.
One dose taken eller each moat Will C 'e DI'S.. ! W e wou ld retnind the Advertising
rnift. They surely tried but do not hang ;
; And thy body throng' the door,
Atai come again—naertnore
Oh I don't you know rho reason ?
larOne dose of two teaspoonfuls will okays I munity and all others who wish to bring
And that, too, be it added of traveling two
remove Sick Heeded.
their business extensively before the pub
and makes a tic that th
' hundred miles by railroar, and two (with.
One bottle taken for female rthsetructionre-
Great confusion in the East,
moves the sauce of the disease, , e JOUrifUl has the [ urns cir- About their own corruption ; nut the I undred) by tutii, to -gaze once
culation of any pryer to the county—that
Only oue do. immediately relieves Cholie,The problem is, to say the least, more limn tho,ti incoininiable charms,'
while liis c instantly inceensing;—und shat it To prove their own deetruction. 'no Shukespeare a , some other imbecile
,h ° o `l7 re d l ° ,.:„ l. 77„," p n r t : % d . en t.: t t i l ,q.r .e n i r v c r : i .u . v . : goes into the hands of our wealthiest citi
hnth it. In reaching her residence,•l was
When they were travelling up the Platte,
Only 0110 110Ille is needed to throw out or , zees.
obliged is run the gaunth of seven buck
the eystetr, the effects or medicine:elle They sung many a ditty ;
We would also stole that our Incilities saying , ‘ ,.,.i n de this and well do thou,
cats, p g
two hundred ound. of cause i:,GrOne bottle, taken for Jaundice removes ! for executing till kinds of JOB PRINT- Grout Salt Lake City, the rough, vulgarly called bull dog, loser
senowne•is or . ~,
..,, color from the skin. i. ..,,,, When we reach G
Ono dose taken it short time before eating !
nothing mere of the ni.resnici mud, 1,1
which my boots will carr, ' ---- --
gives vigor to the appetite, an d makes rood digest tulle county; and all Job Work mitres. They made the Moan°. sta., Sir.
• to our nll S w ill e one tit s
td h d 'II b d u. t i . . That hi, I mean. they would have dove,
,id u boot mace ~,-... ,
0. ilo. often repeated cures elironia Dior- 1
will . But oh 1 they didn't get there, Sir,
rlotea in its wont forms, while Summer and ! I Toitirtly, and nt prices which b e My anathema against woman is now for
Bowel complaints yield almost vs the first dose. I
... : _ factory.
i mimited, end that is all that needs be said.'
One or two doses cares attacks catt•tal by in!.
And the speaker, 6 ho, during the ut,er
worms in Children; there is no surer or speed I ""------'—""-- '''"" . *7- - -``' ---- When they were within Ivi , hundred m iles,
ici remedy in the world, as it it.. t'u'ts. ! l‘TC:orinCM.. Their officers .re saying, tune of him phillippic, had been pacing to
crA lbw bottles cures dropsy, by exciting .
We request those er me subscribers who ro It will be but a little while : and fro in his apartment, now took a chair
clue their pap ers, to inform us of those in their ,
We take pleasure in recommend' ngthis med.
near the o indow. which was open, the
Nine as a preventive for Fever and Ague. Clill, i o nT,l , ? . i,liZ i f r iLiV a ,, ,, , lnt:ll l ,V l t e rS subscriber s werth.l'hlati;:cnis, men who w h i e ,: l l ' ,7,,, in t g „:, w i ves,
time bying snminer.and
Fever, end all Fevers of a Bilious Type. It' t I
operates with certifiers, and thousands are wit. I the snipe, since the stert f lingof our pack-kook, We'll have therm,. quite handy.
ter his return from the country travel at
ling to testify to its wontletinl virtues. I by ruffians on the 3d o F e bruary And, sure enough, they wou'd have had,
ivhich he had hinted.
All who use it ere givieg their unaitimonstes-
But Lot Smith burned them on the Sandy.
limo. in Its favor. ja i impressed SAUSAGE CUTTERS
Fitz... John Suilimertield was a student
Mix water in the mouth with the Invit, end smre . , ibe „ il . by
of few in Boston and was smelly regarded
ator, and swallow both togethet..
Oct. 6, '38.-IC.
JAN' S. 1-/ RU WN • When Alexander heard of thief,
The Liver Invigorator.
by his friends at a young man of consider
3 . ~ vvieethie medical discovery, an d i s d u ll y -- Class Preserviug Jars, different. sic., for It made him feel quite wrathy.
working cures, almost too great m believe. It s aleby
al C IS' HR 'ii M
E I 'UR .I.III E• Says be, ..Who'll bring the bunter° in ?', nble talent, and versatile genii.. Of cours
.ores Ilk if by magic, even the fintst close giving - - -
- - "I will," said Capt. Matey. he had softie enemies, and one or two of
benefit, and seldom more then one bottle is re- /-1 Ott BIiCKETs & silo VRLS !
quired to mire any kind or Liver complain t , I v., Fur sate ny ,E. JAS. A . „ tow ,. He went and brought the burners in, of these envious persons had called John a
frt. the worst jaundice or Dyspepsia to a coin- ... go) •
Aid by the neck he stretched them. de ceiver , a trifler tvith female hearts,
ea f'l'ee. ,
all of which are the result ur a INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. And, sure enough, he would have &net, and an individual who was very forgetful
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. But, oh ! he die not ketch them, I of his vows to the softer sex
1 / a . SANFORD, Proprietor, 345 Broadway, N•Y.
This insinuation however, was repelled
Sold by 11. l'ileManigill, & J. Read Huntingdon.
Apr.7.'58.-Iy. I by Pita with event, not to say with indig
nation; and will, I think, agree tviih roe,
after reading his fulminations above, that
the insinuation WAS a libel.
It was not long after Fitz had taken a
chair and become obstructed with his
thought, ilupt a woman's voice reached his
ears from the house expcfly opposite that
in which he had his bachelor quarters.
The fair unknown was singing. and Fitz
instnnly put himself into the attitude of an
TIE CASSVILLE SEMINARY.
ONLY $22.50 PER QUARTER
THE PRESENT FACULTY.
11. MOT. WALSH, Principal,
l'rut of Languages nod Philosophy.
Chas. S. Joslin. A. M ,
Prof. of Latin, Greek, etc.
James W. Hughes,
Prof. of Mathematics.
Benjamin F. Houck,
Adjunct Prof. of Mathematics.
GeO. W. Linton,
Prof. of Vocal Music.
Mrs. M. MCN. WALQII Preceplress,
Teacher of Butane, History, Heading; etc.
Miss E. M Faulkner,
Teacher of Pallas Work, Painting, Drawing,
Miss D. L. !stauley.
Teacher of Piano Music, Wax Pruit, Floes,
Ws. Dr. Darwin.
Teacher of English Branches.
Mos J. M. Walsh.
Teacher of Primary English.
The recent StICCPSS of this school is exlraor•
dinary. Besides being the cheapest one of thu
kind ever established, it is now the largest in
this sectioe of the State. All brunches ore
taught, and students of all uses, and of both
sexes, are received. The expenses for a year
need not be more than $9O. Students can en.
ler whenever they wish. Address,
JOHN D. WALSH, Cassville,
Huntingdon Co., Pa.
Notice to Coal Purchasers.
.THE subscriber is now prepared to furnish
COlllB4 Colge.at his bunk at Lilly's Sta
tion, on the Petite... Railroad, of an good quali
ty as can be had on the mountain. I will rim
coal to Hollidaysburg, or nny other point on toe
Penn's. Raih•oad, if application is made person- ;
Ally or by' loafer.
ALSO—I wilt agree to deliver COKE at nny
bank. In cars, at /bur and a quarter cents per bush-
el viz t—Thirty-live pounds to the bushel, or de
liver it in my own ears, at any point desired. at
the lowest Possible fetes. /pH CASSYILLE SEMINARY.
For either of the above articles. address
J. NPGONIULE, • MMIC I MPLAJIEL
Hemlock, Cambria County, Pa,
Wax Fruit, $3,00 ; Wax Flowers, $3,00 ;
where all orders will be propmply attended to. I Grecian Painting, 1 3,00 o rname „, fi j r u i n .
Aug. 25, 1858.6 t.
ling 13 00 • Leather Work, $3,00; Chenille
0 . ~... . ,
& 119 T, LEAD, CAPS, POWDER AND Work, $3,00 Ocean Shells Musses, 52,00;
Oamebags for sale at the Hardware Piano Music, $6,00.
Store of JA.S A. BROWN. Those wishing to learn the above from a
Sept. 6, '69.41. teacher of experience, should do so immediate.
_. ._ ly, (Or Miss Stanley can be retai ,ed at the
Ltrate namAss GDLIDS, of rich stele Scowlers Only a few months longer-.41* re.
as/ ter/ a baap at D. Y. (WIN'S. turns to New York in the Sprint.
Grover nod Baker's Sewing utuellice.
Samuel Groves store.
Warrick, Cladwick and Bra.
Cook stove for sale.
Climax Grain Fan.
Lumbermen S Stockraisers.
Mountain Female Seminary.
Gifts! Gifts!! GUIs l!!
Land for sale.
Dr. A. I'. Fields.
Green Willow Foundry.
S. M. Pillenglll & Co.
Gutman's Clothing Stors.
Brown's Han Nave Store.
Fisher• & McMut riu's Store.
Sarni. S. Smith's Drug A Grocery Store.
Iron City Cufledge.
Town vs Country.
Indian Root Pills.
Huntingdon Warm Springs.
New Lard Press.
David P. Gwin's Store.
H. Roman's Clothing Store.
Patent Portable Fence.
Premiums awarded. .
The Journal Office.
Colon's Book Store
H. K. Net; N. D.
Dr. J. R. Huyett, Deutist.
Atorney's at Law.
Scott & Brown.
Wilson & Petrikiu.
Thos P. Campbell.
" LIBERTY AND Ti
goett ß .
When Whisky Cummings heard of this,
lie sighed, Oh, what a pity
It is too late in the season now,
To get into the City.
A Proclamation he issued,
That sent us home a kiting ;
That is, I mean, we would hare went,
But were not badly frightened.
One day, when Lot Smith and his boys
Were riding along quite carelessly,
They canto across a lot of boys—
A lot of Jackass Cavalry.
:Will you fight?' asked Smith.
"Oh, no I" said they.
When our hacks were turned they shot us ;
That is, I mean, they popped away,
Dot, oh I they did not hit us.
Now, 'ode Sam, you'd better. cease
To roam the Rocky Mountains ;
You'll probably need your men and means
To defend yourself at home, Sir;
And it perchance you'd need some help,
The Mormons will be kind, too ;
They helped you once, they'll do it again,
That if!, if they've a mind to.
$• , 11 . 1,1,1 . 1, IN 'l'lllB N1,11,.11,
I MI.CE, FICKLE, MAIL;
rimmsoruv -- ‘ 7 'EliStS LOVE.
BY F. CLINTON BARRINGTON.
"Yes ! my resoluton is taken, and by
the creed of on old bachelor, have no
morn to do with crinoline as long as I live.
Henceforth lam a solitaire, laughing at
the folly of connubial tools, and rejoicing
to have escaped their snares and wiles my
self. Yea, I will post Byron's famous
couplet on the door:
"This record will forever stand.
Woman I thy vows are writ on sand."
And thereunto I will add certain witty and
appropriate couplets of my own:
ONN AND INSEPARABLI.
IN, NOW AND 'mei
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1858.
.And from her hear)
L od you behold—ho
Ic article, and th,
Out rend veil,
'me, fickle, fail,
is I do
It was a low musical voice, of extraor
inary clearness and power, sweet no shed
love whisperings of a dove or nightitiple,
and soft as the richest strain of an mobs')
harp. Fitz's position allowed him to hear
every word, as they were borne to lFs ears
on the still air of night, while it was still
such that there was no danger of being
discovored by the singer.
This was the song :
"Our spirit home l—A lovely isle
In 90M0 enehtuded sea,
Where every beauty's richest smile,
Eternally will be!
Our days shall puss in fairy b ewers
By angels reared among sweet flowers,
W hose breathing fragrance shall euchauce
My love's delicious dalliamm,
With thee, sty love, with thee
Our heart's two kingdoms for one throne
And that scarce worthy thee,
With love incarnate, fully known,
How blest our home will be
Thy soul shall thrill with every joy
The heart can wish, or sense employ,
While mine skull rest on seas of bliss,
Whose every wave shall bear a kiss
To thee, ny lore, to thee l"
"My own song, as true as lam a sinner,'
ecjaculated Fitz, as the fair songstress
ceased, ane then he went 011 into another
hitter soliliquy, to the following effect:
"Now," said he, "if Miss Emily Moore
could sing like that, I never should have
dared to allude to the paucity of her
charms, as I did the other day—which nl
usion is the last feather which broke the
It was some hours later, and while Fitz
was rigged in restless roll ng on his bed,
that there arose in the streets without, the
ever startling cry of "fire," and the word
was noon caught up by such a number of
lusty voices, and so excitedly repeated,
that he finally muttered:
'•it may be eomebody whom I tan res
cue, or whose property I can save s Ha!
that ligl t would Indicate that the burning
building is near. Heavens! con it be ?"
He rushed forward, manifesting no Nub
fear and excitement, as lie threw open the
window and looked forth.
`My Gad ! it is the house opposite,' he
cried. •The house in which she—nay,
the very room r Gnu tins tumor
Flow I driacended tv
the street, and crossed over t‘, the burn.
I ing house, he did not know, but he was
soon there. The first he really knew of
himselr, he was struggling in the grasp of
several stout-hearted and strong-armed fire
men, who were holding him back, preven
ting him from entering the flats • wrapped
dwelling, stud exclanning altogether :
Iluld, hold ! It will be the death ut
you to try it. You cannot ascend to the
chambers ! The staircase is all in a flame
list Fitz, terribly excited, broke away
from the friendly arms of the fireman, and
disappeared in the midst of the flames
from which he had been tsarned.
,God help us ! he's lo,t I' cried more
than one of those old veterans, as they go.
zed alter the daring Fitz, with laces pallid
with nppreht..intia, nnfl ,lon arose
er cry from the crowds below—the beau.
tifal maiden. the enchanting songstress,
having appeared at one of the front win
dows, and stretched out her runts implor
i mg help in a voice that was lost in the roar
of the Homes, and the confused cries of
the spectators, while above and all around
her, on emery side leaped and hissed the
' consuming flames, as if they would instant
ly envelop her in their destroying folds.
For one brief and terrible moment the
girl stands there. and then shrieking with
pain, for her garments have taken fire, she
is about to plunge headlong on the pave
ment below, when, through the lurid
thews and the Clouds of smoke, appears
thu manly form of Fitz by her tide, to
seize her and dart away in the direction he
has come, while such a shout of admira
tion goes up as thrills every listening ear
and noble heart.
Another moment of agonizing suspense
and the two forms emerge from the door
way of the burning house, at the same
instant that the staircase falls with a crush
behind them, mind a dozen howls are stret
ched to receive the insensible maiden and
her nearly unconscious lover.
Five minutes are passed ere Fitz recov
ered, his wounds dresssd, and by this time
the rescued songstress is advanding thro'
Ahe crowd, sustained by two kind neighbors
to see him, Ere long she is face to face
with her rescuer, and then there goes up a
cry of joy and surpriso from the lips of
the young Fitz. that it would have done
you good to have heard.
my God ! is it you
, Me, dear Fitz,' was the reply, as the
arms of the maiden were twitted around
his neck, and her head was pillowed on hie
bosom. .1 have followed you to Boston, to
bring my forgiveness and blessing !'
It is needless to ado, that Fitz deemed
himself a wretch and a rascal fit a number
of days, but :he kind and all'ectionate treat
' mitilsig Aliiiiiillllll - A"."' Moor".
the fuir songstress, finally rendered hint at
pence with Ibm.elf and with the fairer sex
so much this latter fact b.ine vindicated,
that he was soon the husband of the rmble
girl, and never had occasion to regret the
honor, even though philosophy yielded to
THE WOMAN FOR A WIFE.
In most of the letters addressed to young I
men, there is a great deal said about the
el,,vating influence of female society
Sentimental young inen affect this kind of
readtriq, and if anywhere to it they can
find count, trance tor the policy of early
marriages, they are particularly gratified.
Now, while we are the last to deny the ad.
vantages which any young man of sense
experiences from the society of a woinnii
or pure and elevated taste, we deny that
there is anything in indiscriminate devo
tion to female sociey, which makes a man
better or purer.
In seeking female society as an agency
for the elevation of your taste, the cultiva•
tion of your tastes and the improvement
of your morals, and the improvement of
your mind. seek that which is above you.
Do not treat with rudeness or studied neg
lect such inferior female society as you
are obliged to come in contact with ; an the
contrary, you owe to such n society a du
ty you should stimulate it, infuse new
viial.ty into it, and endeavor to do for it
what you would have superior female so
ciaty do for yourself.
The endeavor to find female society a
hove yourself should he carried still fur
Cher. Never content yourself with the
Idea of having a commonplace wife. You
' want one who will urge you fm ward ; who
will excite within your breast a laudable
ambition; who will sympathise with all
; your trials, enter into all your perplexities
animate you with fresh zeal and notv hopes
and who will, in very truth. be unto you a
The apprehensions of women are finer
and quicker than those of men. With
, equal early advantages the women is more
of a eoman at eighteen than man is at
twenty-one. After marriage, as a gener
al rule. the woman ceases to require. We
do nut say that this is necessary, or that it
should bo the case; we simply state a
fact. The woman Is absorbed in family
cares. 'they corsume her time, and, to
a considerable extent, deprive of intellect.
u,il culture. In the meantime the man is
engaged in business. He comes in daily
contact with minds sharper and stronger
than his own. He grows and matures
and within ten years from the date of his
marriage, becomes in reality a new man.
Now, if he was foolish enough to marry
a woman because her face was pretty or
her figure attractive, or her dowry hand.
Homer than either Eure or fitce, he will find
thltt he has left his wife far behind in the
intellectual progress which has made, and
that she is realy no more of a companion
for him titan a child would be. There are
few sadder sights ir. this world than that of
mates whom the passage of years has tams
mated—people who are married but not
In every y oung man's mind there exists
the expectation of marriage. When a
young man pretends he has no wish to
marry we may pretty safely infer one of
two thing—either that he is himself decei•
ved or, that he endeavoring to deceive
..When I said I would die a bachelor, I
did not think I should live to be married:'
flow shall a good wife be won ? Men
naturally shrink from the attempt to obtaip
a companion superior to themselves, but
they will find that really intelligent wo
men are uniforwly modest, and hold their
charms in moderate estimation. What
such women most admire in men is polite.
ness, courage, devotion, and decision.—
Such qualities are essential if you would
win a woman worthy of your love.
But not be in a hurry about the matter;
do not give way to a feverish longing for
marriage, and do not immagine that any
disappoinupPut in love, which takes place
efore you aro twenty-one 3 ears of age,
will materially affect your future happi
ness. The inure of a man you become
the inure manliness you will become cape,
ble of exhibiting in your associations with
women, the more you will he esteemed,
and the better wife you will be able t3ob
Go into female society if you can find
that which will itnp•ove you, but not oth
erwise. You can better spend your time in
the society of sensible wen, which often
is more accetible to you than the other,
and it is through that mostly, that you find
'irony say r o.cod lewd. society.
VOL. XXIII. NO. 51.
One thing more—the Nat, but not the
least, in this paper. No woman without
piety in her ;mart is fit to b come the
companion of any man. You may obtain
in you, wife beauty, amiability, spright.
Huss, wit, acoomptiuh , uents, wealth, and
learning, but if that wife has go higher
love than herself or yourself, she is no fit
companion for life. She cannot lead you
to look above men aims and objects ; she
cannot properly educate her children ; she
cannot in bourn of adversity, sustain and
comfort you ; she cannot bear with pa.
tience your peiulence, produced by the
cares and vexations of business; ano she
will never be sale against the seductive al.
lurentents of the world.
4 GOOD ANECDOTE.—The following
convers.ition was overheard among nth°
Volunteers of the Rio Grande.' Scene,
night. Two Volunteers wrapped in bias.
kets, and half buiried in mud:
Volunteer let.—. Jim, how come you to
Volunteer 2d—'Why Bob, you see
have no wile to care a red cent for me,
and so I volunteered; and ber des, I like
war! Now tel: me how you came out
Volunteer lst.-- , Why the fact in, you
know, 1-1 have got a wife, and so I came
out here because 1 live a peace!
Hereupon both the volunteers turned
over in their blankets got a new plaster•
ing of mud, and tyent to sleep.
WHY SHOULD MEN SWEAR.
I can conceive for no reason why he
should, but of ten reasons why he should
1. It is menn. man of high moral
standing would ulinost as soon steal a
sheep as swear.
2. It i 3 vulgar. Alt)gether too mean
for n decent man.
11. It is cowardly. Implying a (ear el.
then of not being believed or obeyed.
4. It Is ungeni lemenly. A gentleman
according to Webster, is a ifentee' man,
well bred and tehned. Such an one will
no more swear than go into the street to
throw mud with a clodhopper.
5. is indecent. Offensive to deficit.
cy, and extremely unfit for human ears.
6. It is foolish. , Want of decency is
want of sense'—Pope.
7, It is is abusive. To the mind which
conceives the oath, to the tongue which
utters it. and to the person whom it is aim•
8. It is venomous ; showing a mares
heart to be a nest of vipers, and every
time he swears one of them sticks his head
it. It is contemptible; forfeiting the
respect of all the wise and good.
10. It is wicked ; violating the Divine
law, and provoving the displeasure of Him
who will not hold him guildes i who taken
his name in vain.
air 'A re youaikillinl mechanic P
, What can you make?'
'Oh, almost anything in my lice,'
'Can you make a devil
'Certainly—just put up your foot, and
I will split it in three seconds. I never
saw a chap in my life that required less al
gar I plo Jen. I sows.l reaps, I m o ws ,
I gets up wood for winter, I digs, I bons
and tater grows, and for whnt I knows Cm
indebted to the printer. I do suppose all
knowledge flows right from the printing
press, so off I gees in these 'ere oluthes
and seal.. up— I guess.
ICI' Never be so rude as to say to a
man •there's the door;" but ••elevate your
golgotta to the summit of your pericrani
um and allow me to present to your ocu
lar demonstration, that scientific piece of
mecanism which constitues the egress por-
tion of this appointment."
Joips NEAT. says the eagle •has a con
tempt for all other birds." The owl how
ever is more contemptuous still—he hoots
Mgr To converse with the spirits—lay
u five cent peiece on the table of a grog
shop, and they'll show themselves quicker
than you can say beans.
mr- The parent who would train up a
child in the way he should go, must go in
the way he would train up the child.
SIVA fellow coming out of a tavern
one frosty morning, rather top heavy, fell
on the door step; trying to regain his foot
tog he remarked: "If it be true that the
wicked stand on slippery ground, I must
belong to a diflerent class, for it's more
than I can do."
mr Worth has been under-rated ever
since wealth wu over-rated.