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• PS /-11555 ..- ear t 45.
• oneemmotoomeenamoopmemoomou lIIMMUUUMIIII.Idt
JOKY S. MANN, ,
TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Coudersport, Pa.,- will attend the several
Courts in Potter and 3l'lieariCollnties. All
i . business entrusted . in' his care wilt receive
L prompt attention. Office 'on Main st., oppo
site the-Court House. .- • .10:1
( F. - W.. KNOX, - .• . .
i TTORNEY AT LAW, Coudersport, Pa., will
regularly attend the C6urts in Potter cud
tic adjoining Counties. - 10:1
-• . •
ARTHUR G: OL3ISTED, . .
t, TTORNEY & = COUNSELLOR AT 'LAW,
..'• toodersport, Pa., will attend to all business
Intrusted to-his care, with prumptnes and
flt ity. -Office in Temperance Block, see
net .leer, Main St. .- 10:1
• - -ISAAC BENSON. ,
i TTORNEY AT LAW. Coudersport, Pa., will
I( mond to all business entrusted to him, with
e ' rare and promptness. , Office corner of West
, sod Third star - 10:1
C: L. HOYT, - -
BIL ENGINEER: SITILVEYOR and
-_, - DUI% IiTSMAIV, Bingham, Potter Co.,
c ku-irill promptly and efficiently attend to,
all business entrusted to biro. First-class
: professional refereucas can be given if re-
quired. 10;29-1y* - 1
J, W, BIRD,
i rpsEyon.., ;dill attend to all beeriness in his
' tiae promptly and lititlthullk. fitters may
beleft at the Post piney in Coudersport, or
0, zt the. house of IL. L. Dird.-im.Swedcit Twp.
Ip• Parlieular attention paid to examining bands
I - Sr nen•residents. Good references given
if repiested. . , . I ' 11:30
W. K. KING, . . •
lIIVEYOLt, DIL-IFTs3IA'N AND CONVEY
ANCEII, Ernet4port."- WK.esut C0.,-Pa., will
mond to business for, non-resideut Land-'
holders, upon reasonable terms, • Reit:rea
m given -if required. -P. S.—Maps or any
fart of the' County made-to order. 9:13
. 0. T. ELLISON, . .
LtCTICING PHYSICIAN, Coudersport, Pa.,
respectfully informs the citizens of - the vil
- lige and vicinity that he will proinply re
rpond to all calls for- professionalserviCea
- Oae on Main st., in bitilding formerly oc
.f tupied by C. IV. Ellis, Esq. 9:22
in „ „
:e cartes 5'.:12:1. N. A.. roses.
_ ' SMITH & JONES,
4S EILERS IN DRUGS,.SIEDICINES, PAINTS,
T 1 ilils, - Fancy Artieles,Stationery, Dry Goods,
9' Groceries, ,tc., Main st., Coudersport, Pa.
IS4 ' -10:1
IS • ' 'P, E, • OLMSTED, .•- - ,
• ?ALM IN-DRY. ...'001.);t5„: ItEADY , -MADE
w. 416 tking, Crockery, Groceries, ac„ Main st.,
.1-- Coudersport, Pa. - ~- ''••• : - ' . 10:1 •
. - E.
m ARK GILLO.i, .
osll and TAILOR, 'lnto from City of
En la d Shop
/44Se, Coudersport , .
I'otter Co. Pa.
IT X. II.• - •-•Particular attention paid to QUT. !
I - • - 10:35-1y.
i- ° ' J ' Quorro.;: :' i.: ..„ . .... .
.. . . rs,. D. ititi,v
,i o lig3 i ,.. ' OLMSTED - KELLY;", -
1.. .', LE R IN STOVES; -TIN- , k 'SHEET 11W
ARE, Main st..,iietely oppositc.thOsCo ,
I- L _ R ° 4s s, Coudersport, Pa.. - Tin - B:nd Sh
r ~, Ware mudnto ortier,iirgood style,
Son notice.. • - - - 7 . ,:, r. - ... -: -. .10
, . : COUDERSPORT-TIOTEL •
i s p .." ‘
4il. 6LASSI IIRK ",-, Projtrietar,. Carat
posi l o and Second Streets , ondersporr
. , . oc 0:, Pa ; . --' -• : . --: , • ,:'
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Li' l . .1) LLEO.A.NY - lIOUSE,
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M. W. MANN,
;AM IN BOOKSfitATIONERY,-.MAG
AZINES and: Music, N. W. corner of..!tla.ka
Ad Third ate,, Coudersport, Ps. 10:1
QUIBTXD. : . .. XELLY.
01, 31STEt. ItELLi.;-
WARE IN STOYES, -TIN • k SHEET IRON_
WARE Main st., nattily oppasite.tliesCourt.
Rouse, Coudersport, Pa..' Tip and Sheet;
ken Ware made to order,irrgood style, on
flirt notice. •- - 7 . • 10:17
- ,Propriettir, Conier .at
Itin and Second Streets,,Courlersport,Pot
*Cu:, Pa. . , • ,9:44
MILLS,--Proprietio, • Coksburg
?viler Co., Ps., seveu miles .north of
41 vPQrt. 0/4 the «allay ilk Road. 9:44
#oft 5. ,411:11
Far the Polley .Toiandl
Thanks, fir the inniet'S goldeM hues,
Tinit_tiat sweet Nature's face;
Thanks for the evening's genDOiews ; ''
• Distilled by heavenly 'grace:
The zniden.. gleams, so f.tir,aod bright,
And twilight dews, those showers of night;
• Refresh the drdoping,lteart,
Thanks for pale• Luna's light We owe
Our Heavenly Father.Sdeart
For MYrind stars,•thnt nightly glow
In.beauty roUnd . our sphere. •
Thanks, for eepose,,which soon I'll seek,,.
_To renovate this frame--
The evening zephyrs fan my cheek-=
For these I thank Hit:dame. •
Thaidis foe this quiet, i'voodiand °me-=
Its birds, its streams, its flowers,—
Say, heart of mine, would'st ever roam?
Or dream of childhood bouts?
No! banish Last scenes from :thy
The preseht hour to lbre, :•
:and kindly bid the world-" good night,"
With thanks to Ood above.
Oswsxo, April 1859. . S. M. L. W.
- ECHO'S ADVICE:
[The following is a song of Addison's, foulul
-amongst sofne old ninsic: j
till me, w!•ile I wander •
O'er this fairy plain to proVe him,
If my shepherd still 06*s - fonder;
Ought.l in return to love him?
"If he loves, as is the fashion, '
Should I churlishly forsake him? i•
Or, in pity to his passion,
Fondly to my bosom take'him?.
• Echo. Take him, take him.
"Thy advice, then I'll adhere to.
Since in Cupid's chains I've led him;
And witli Henry shelf not fear to
Marry, if you answer,' wed him.'
Echo. Wed him. wed him."
hub's New Pauts
" Oh, it ?wows, it snows-- , -how glad I
and?" Shouted little Harry Lee, id a glee
some tone; as emerei..; from the 'Warm
blankets, beneath which,for twelve hours,.
he had been- enjoying that, calm, sweet
sleep, which the frame kneWeth- only in
its sprint-time; he beheld the pure, white
stit.w lodged on the wiudo* sill. Very
fleetly did his little bare feet carry . him
across the room and mount blur . into a
chair, - and sweeter grew the smile that
dimpled his cherry lips, and brighter the
light that beamed from his clear bide eye;
as he marked the snow-flakes falling thick
and fast, and Saw': 'Low they lay piled,
against the fences, and how lovingly they
had encircled each twig and bough with
a Wreath of laeauty, .
" Get up quick. telly andiSallie, quick,
quick !• Winter:s code back ! Oh, lam
glad, -I am glad." and hurriedly. dressing
himself, he ran down stairs, and, bounded
into the kitchen- with the same gleesome
shout with which - he-had first greeted . the
storm—" It snows; it -snows!!".
"Ain't-you glad, mother r" - asked he
seizing, her dress as she was about enter :
log the,buttery,'" "ain't YOU glad; father
will take his'dinner, and then you know'.
—but - here 'his little throat was so full of
fun and joy that there was not a bitior
room for anotherword to pass ;
over his faze, and away down Ito
the ends - of hisldes. he rate out to :14s•
use the drifts; and lay out a railroad with
the points of his little boots; • -
• - When breakfast was- over, and the fa
ther had taken his dinner-: r -as he always
did when the- day was storniy..--nicely
peeked-up-in a - little basket, and covered
by one of the whitest atipklns, and gone
to his day's work, and' the mother' had
washed"the'sliShekilad — Stept, and :made
the beds, and
,done thc hundred and one
little things that crowd into a•house-keep,
cr's morph* duties,
.add finally :sat. down
on her low rocker to rest af felt minutes,
little Harry - stole softly to her side,, and
pressing a very sweet kiss upon her neck;
wiiiiiered:--" I am so glad it snows;.'eoi
you - know; mother; what you promised,
don't you 'f." acid he bent his eyes eattelly
upon her. p • 1 •
"I don't remember, 'ferry; whet did
p ro I pmise r.
'rho exultant smile half faded away; from
the beautiful face, but then,beanied
he said earnestly Why, don't you re
,you *raid. the my nest
time it swatted, you would make them new
pair of pants Uncle Charley leave int. I You
knew• you said- so once before ;' and j then.
you didn't; 'cos you wanted a news
and took that day to make it; but you
said, then,4hat the very neXtlimeit who'd=
ect_you would make my- panti; and 1 du;
want_them.so bad, mother; 'eos;.you
tuese are :all so patched uP,. you'iean't
hardly tell what, they eyer iiraa of;
and:: to-morrow, - when all•lthe ltj: are
coasting; T. want to go too, with yiievy
sled; IdOn't-want to, oithei.„Witti toy
old :pants; 'cos, you see, they will call inc
Pitch , Upon-patch-pateli-patehi.l, _and
that alivays makes me feel ; like
fists atiC , when I feel I:don't
bit g. , od, You will 'mike them - te,duy;
5t",,70-110' of„))joi4lity;, oqa
-.1- OOTTLIERSPORT, - POTTER • COUNTY ) .PA4 TR0RD4, , 0R11:1: 1 18'; . 1859,. - , .4-2
-'a . •o o. ood- - ni'nthei 'Won't
• - • • -
4 !. If. I protni :ed,. you, llarry '.certain
I was going to do sotnething else
I need a new dteSs, about as hiidly a's yon
neeithew t,arits,. and • .I.•'Wai . o Lia ivlien
saw the snow,' beeith: , :e• I thought I should
haye a gocd titue fo-finish.that . one-, Aunt
Lizzie sent tie, 'and - whiph has-lain now,
eut'and basted, these three weekis." •
The little'soti did Out answer right 'off,
!and the mothet.felt•a rnish' - ‘,f great warni
hears drUp on her face ;: she was abuitt to
speak,. aud say if he felt so tery.bad, she
would ,yield her'case to
would touch a true-henrtCd mother gnick
mi than the wet eyes andt..-tip . pteb . •Sed s sobS
loftier clildrimwiien unihtering his eine-
I tien, which was ,to hinti: mighty effort,
[Harry said,_ half. sadly, half. cheerily
1" Well, wther, I won't he stingy;
give up apin.;,but you did promise;"' and
t he walked off quickly, lest she'should See
the great. hood of teats -that roted down
his cheeks. • - . • -
Left alone, .the mother sat for some time 1
irresolute.- - The ease .stood thus :—She
wiis the wife Of a r ivoriliy,uMn, but of - one
Whose pecuniary means did not allow• her!
to eniploy much help, and having four 1
'children, all too young to.be-of
sistance, she found. it pretty difficult . to,
perform' all her duties as a housekeeper'
and seenistressio a family of Six. Stormy]
days were a ble:ising to her, because then
her husband, being of rather- a delicate
constitution, always carried his dinner,
wit" a cold lunch sufficing fur-herself and
children, she had duuble the usual time
to devote to sewing. . She remembered
now perfectly well - that she had promised -
Harrpshe would make ins pants thetiekt
stormy nay. and she : certainly meant,. at
the time, to fulfill her promise, both be
cause bf the, ny it, would give her boy,
and because•he greatly stood' in need of
them... But last evening, Squire. Mason's
wife had called amil invited hei to a party,
which .vas . to.come off the folloWitig'Tues
, day,- and the very lilt!e pride she had left,
niade her desire to appear at than time in
her now.diess. It was notall pride, either,
she- argued, to, herself,.- as, she sat, there
alonel in the kiteheb, herelieeks'Yet damp
With the teaN of her, disappointed - boy;
-for it: was almost Spring, and her merino,
after two winter's !wear, did look' rather
bad; - in fact, the velvet trimming was
quite threadbare in several places; it Was
not fit to wear to : Mrs. - Mason's.. 'NO in
deed ;anel then her new delaine, sent from
&stop, was "such a love of a pattern," and
of such a beeoining color, that she must
Make• it. up,- and., wear it then ! - Hadn't
she sat up,till miduight. "the evening be :
fore, - after Mrs. Mason left the invitation,
make•the skirt? And wouldn't it be
silk now, just. because she had promised
' Harry his pans, to stop and inakei them,
11' pd . go to the party in her old Merino, all
the rest of the guest svcUld be 'clad Most
likely in silks ? Yes, it Would dO .40, and
resolved Ark Make - the dress tlitt"Olay - ,
Ind oh Wednesday, after the party was
ver, to Make Harry's pants, storm or no
Forthwith, the sewin g basket came in- !
to requisition, and the' bundle'with the'
waists and sleeves was unrolled, and - pres 7
ently her fingers were_ dilligently plying
her. needle cud thread. But somehow site
did not feel as happy as she expected.Do
what'slie could to fix'her, thoughts on the.
party, they would not - stay there, but wan
deroff:ralter the little sorrowful thee that
had looked into hers and said. "I won't
be stiky.". And Musing on that little
face, soutehow--she ;could, iiot have told
how if she had tried—imit isorrclww, an
long slumbering memory-was-awaken
ed; ami she saw a little girl Mat her low ,
'Carts over her wet eyes, aud steal off with
smothered sobs Ito a dark rooni; and _hide
liettell, in its shaditws,_ and there weep
andjet as though her very heart
wbuld brtiak, • ikiul why 0, her moth
er. proinised: her that Saturday even
ing, when she went out to du errands,
that she wolild.buy her a pair of b: ight
red shoes, and she should 'wear them to
elitireh next , day, but: 'had - . conic home
without then], not because herpurse. had
.failed, but becauSe she had forgotten them.
;And :he remembered, that the little girl .
- had said, the next Monday morning, when
the Shoes were tossed into, her lap " I'm
,ghid- to get them noW.,''but I ain't half so
glad as I should - have been,' if I 'had gut
them when you• promised. them.' If ever
he it .woniatti and a little boy
or girl, and make • them .a: promise,
keep-itjust 'When l'said I would, because
there is babSe in promiSingif you don't." ,
- Netnory is a beautiful monitor some
i'iltnes.• 'lt now: The echoes of her
; Own-sobs: of her' own woice,-catue.pealing.
back to: Mrs. Lee, "through-the long dim
aisles offlicipast - ; • and. as they swept the
chords' of the heart, 'they woke•such
siveet:musio, tones, that' -t he - good abgel .
who lay, there ;halt' ideepirigy
Ipatirred-itieltrigitt clierrily,And.With its
Sunny wings troubled
ill thellealing . rose with a:pure white
Awhile sat )Irs. Lee, with her pretty
dreqs upon Iterl4.ntidfter needle'. her
idiarid ; -but . ' 'only" -a WhiWi
h . stiveeier :look - uport her Up° -Unfit!
it' had Worir.fufi many a, day, ske.rolleti-npl
[the bilndle and-laying it carefully away,
I unfolded, another, ;lad the one,
: too, that
i'contained, her boy'!; lodged-for pants„atid
was soon tititelditgaway at then], as though ,
she-Was working for • wagoa. ' •
:. About two hou:-Safter, tittle llarry'catue
back, his feet ,and haods 'stiff i with• the,
Cold 'play -he had been engaged in,..iniC
his cheeks -rosy:with .; leapingHblushes:;
What - a:bright' 'flashltioreredi'in! , his eyed .
as they fell upon' liis moilier'S Work ? fle
forgOt that' lie Was tiled ana alinO. tifroien,
but with :cinelactuid, sprang,,tw. her side;;
and clasping her waist; 'neck, arms, midi
showering her face with 'kiSses, ; mita ont
joyfully :--" I knew: you -would, 'r luierd
you' Woul&—such..a . good mother`, as :yinil
would never stiv - ,a thing:end-not dp'Jit2 l
.0, !I - atm , se ghd—llshant be.a. c'' Pitch,'
'Well" no linger.. Ogood, good, cut gq.l
in.: , to have new pants." -••--
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lidn't the mother's fingerA ay Merrily -
after that ? -- I guess if - You had seen theni
you-would:have thought so. And-I guess
when, in the-latter part.of • the afternoon';•
`Parry stepped proudly mit . in. his me - W-
it would have-been_ pretty
,hard t 4
say which "was the happiest, - sin) Or moili, I
ler, albeit, the shabby merino diessiirapall I
the oho she had, to wear the next. day at 1
!Mrs. Mason's party. ; •,. , ~ •. ;•. . , ',‘
1." Oh dear, I's got-the, best mother in.
the ,whole . world," shouted he to, his fat;
cher when he came home to tea - ;•- "thel
very best,- no mistake .eitlicr.. . Don't You 1
I • •
think -she wanted ever soinuch tfisew - her
.own . dress to. ear ta..the parth-and didn't
!though, '.cos you see she'd -promrsed tu.
make my ;new pan ts•the - nexttinie it snow=
led . ,' I'll pay her though when I get:to
Ibe. a- mull' ' . I'll do something for her that
will make her-glad, see if Cdon!t:. - f . :!,.
," _I wonldn't be so, proud of •my
.new," said ;Sallie, as, after .
the r table was cleared, Hide flurry' inarell
ed tip and down the rerimi trying to keep
to , the tune 'his father was whistling:.
• '''.l:.guess yea .would,, ;then, bliss. ,Ir,.
,:if . you was; ine,, , and had wanted .a pair as
tlengati). haVe.' . I have got'ii right robe
I proud of them ;" and tbrustiry , :a lista
litito'bach pocket, he' drew Up7hui little
I fora to its 'utmost height ' '.
• ; - -..
.". Well, but my. Sunday School teacher
told Us we must . never be : praud: . :44 -- r
• clothes," said Nell. .., ' ' . :.,. ~.-•.• ;-,-•
" 11 eil, I guess if she'd' worn-pealed
trousers as long as I har'e, she . would
.proud when she first gti
cos she couldn't help it,
neither," said the little fellow, aftee:aino
inent's thoughtfPlness; but l'in: - ,dreadfn I
glad that I've gi, l 4
tot you yeripiiiattlit the
Mother that made them;.
Want to de them. ti. bit ; .but she did*
iheni, 'cos premised; Was
ti g,oucl shr6 .wouldn't tell
gab's new pants seeni to;liaro :made
him 'perfectly happy," .ssid.
.te the wife, when little
crept under his sheltering:blankets';:"it
is strange what atribe: will' satisfy: tti'e
imart of a child."'
I " . .A. trifle will satisfY,-PUti
almost. break it," responded .tlia wife .140 7
empty._ " if. we parents - At Unlit 'only re . .:
Member . oftener than we'ile,l.thejoya and
iorroas of our childhood, : oar children
iTould; oftener than . they dp. rise — up and
tail us bleSSele! . • ••:•-•
• The Washingtoircortrpontient of'the
Y. f'ode - says .that-Gralipn's-speecyle
regarded 'there aa."ail'.Clininent-,and,poW
, Mut production" (where
tlitiy ar , be-ter 'does PerhaPAYthey
otherwise,-as we infer from,thefollowing
[ editorial critique of lii&licsiton ,- COnrigr [ :
!" The world has had - Mr- John Graham
by telepraph for the last tsVeklY.:fcirlititir_i,
We shall not Conaider'infiseliiii
ire venture to say thainstranger_opertiop
itrgutuect has neverkepi:made, hy,
, a New York criminal latryer,•.than,tbat of
Mr: John ,Graham trial;
WhiCh at present tills :',the .'newSpapers:Of
the.country with its_-verbese.and'fareieal•
, solemnity. • .Igr. 'pita ,seenia, tO henna
Of, those fluent speakOtir - lif;Whont - -Ciniti
hell remarkg,:that they haVOrtot POcy.
Command of language ,tf,. their:Jain:Page
has command of theui.,.",NO matter :haw
or : aiioinati,,titateinent-Is:to be
!tneclo -hp.iirenthaSittrennd itso Patty ar;
'with so 'much tawdry . ornainclitution„that
the wearied mind reftisea.te Search - for the
hidden paint: - His -argunient seems Only,
adapted toi juitice's court of . oEl_lol6'6f
rStethustilelf, when. the life,: of ,:was
nine .hundred yeara,:for: it Is quite tut of
propOrdonto the present "allotted • agO.fol
three Score- and ten. PaSSing,,, Without
: • connient, : eyerthe,alisurd and impiofikiii
irgument drawn :front Itie . lllhle-parsing
tom his statement to the je.rY..that they
weio 'to pronounce the - estiMate
A inert ea id 1.0 c.:
y 11-th.-_. ,
ratue -of the ma r
riage -bed'---psssii.g, Over, 'hi; lopin - paril'On.
of-the - , killing..., Of Key to
~ the ','exeintion [nil
the condemned, Baltimore murdetersHJ
passing :userhis tinchristiawreinark, tiltitl
to an injured` hustrand there remains ~ ),nly
suicide, or Murdey—weiiiiist protcsi - in_ym
name of the women "
. of America., against
the insulting, estitnate_ - -ptit, upon',female
chastity and . strength of virtue. by the ar
gument of Mr. Graham. He commenced
by telling,thejury that, hid Key not been
slain, their Mtn witeS and danglitero would
not lhate been. 'ate; that theymightliate
been marked ;£ r seduction; and that they
would bate lac n called' Upon 'to '' satisfy
the. insatiate ppetite of the deceased,
Hethen, teldfthe twelve "Intelligent them
before:him that if, an-action :for damages
was' to be-the' only redress against the
adulterer,,theirsvives livedina very peril ,
ens attnoSphere, and they - Might: as well
let inc l . iufaniy „conic, at once; -he next
stated .that, woman was -the weaker vessel,
that-her name was -frailty, rind that the
strong arin. of her. husband was needed to
restrain her within the paths of rectitude ;
and so on, through Ii .entire address, - he
was constantly iMplying, that , the genera'
character of women was siitch , that will:1*-i
' ertine'had only to beckon to her and Ole
would.fullow Ihim' with •eager. wantonness ,
Ito her own destruction.' it is,impr ! Ssible
for us to know from whom- M r.- Graham
has - - gailiedltis faeas'of fenialevirthe ;lint
either his associates' have been meattin
fortunate, -or else his own nature is de
plorably, , incapable of :appreciating, the
character f.)f woman. - .There is n i fortresi
so impregriahle as the citadel'of a virtuous
woman's - heart; them's a power in the
silent inut et:Meg female chastity .to make
a strong nen quail and beetling as . aii in
fant. Are We-to be
protection we have against the adulterer
in 'heart is the fear helms of the nusband's
avenging atiti ! That our ivives and sis-,,
tern have no, safeguard in ,the: purity, of
their own'souls, but . that - if our physical
protection is removed they will fall at once
i 9 ta . the -pal Pable - snare-! The remarks Of
the-counsel referred to areinsniting to the
dignity of every yirtuousovoinan in the,
land. Shame on Olt man who dares te
' judge ot fethale henor by ,the conduct of
-that wife and mother 'who would go from
her husband's house at the wave'ofa hand
rkerehiel to- a , place .of deliberate assigna
t ion, and there give herself tothe embraces
ofa paramour! . As a compensation for,
weakness of, body there 'is given to Wthmen
a strength of sou!' More mighty, than -the
strength of armies, and in the defence of
ber : purity she will awe by : her mem! pow
libertine . that ever ; defied
.the of pr, , d or Iman: Yeti Mr.' Gra
ham 'seems to' think' that bulti and bars
alone can keep' her from:-the -6 - gradation
oV lust:' , .. We pity I hitwiipon, I whom no
;better apprep:ation of the.noniliey of wo,'
!mat has ever dawned." - .!,
• • • 'From the Philtutelpliiii Bulletin;:
HOW Vipy Manage : in France.
• W hen 3 Shopkeeper, a milkman orauy
dealer in provisions is detected, in:Frunce
in selling addlterateo articles, Imredeives
a ; west exemplary punishment. In some
instances noted duwn hotore us, We find,
sentences recorded which - See ill tu . siniar'a
clear and wise appreCiatiOn'of the iniqui
trolSellirre, adulterated food', and of the
reel value, of-public . health. Thus in one
instance, a milkman Who had been edu-.
vieteil for the fourth time on:a Charge of
alimentary sabstances," was
sentenced 'to eight mouths - imprisonment.
and "a fine of three thousand franc's: • The
sate relative judgment' was` awarded to
others, each. villain tieing also doomed to
have six placards .
poSted up in different
places, So that the public inighttliOrengli=
ly;know'what".sort"of food might be ex.'
petted from them. This Was; in fadt;
just enough. People who have 'once Xe,
sorted to wean and ingenionS 'deceit; are
not to - be trusted. It is better that they
should be 'placed occupation.
where opportunity to: 'cheat is less
The fallowing cases; eitracted
from a great number,: show the tariff, (If
punishment, adopted : -
"The widow Bainaldy:inilliwOmnn, for, the
falsification Of milk, by dding.3o'per cent, ot
. watcr u-aiseutenced to threemonths•inspris
entrte;t and dti 'franca fine. Mr. Phariacu,
milkman, 22 street-Ft. Benoit, milk falsified
by the subtraction ef, ert4tin,! six dasi iinprisi
01111161 t and , fifty 'francs - fide:. M. Cordier,
wine merchant, 14 Roe Bouthbrie,, wine falsi: 7 ,
fled by the.addition of witerisit days itaipris 7
ouentand francs.fine. - Villin, grocer,
35 Rtie PaPineoiikccitfee falsified with.chiO
ry, six days Impristinment and 50 francs fine."
If such 'panishnienhi be aWarile I b
government . whieh.not - _certainiy cruel
in its _code, 'what - measures of
correction ,shoUld 'we here ,in .aweriea
mete out to those _who deliberately mann- .
_and' sell: poisoned , intexieating;
drinks?"", Vt i chid, a w,cck*th ree:ncvi appa
rently well-auttientica.ted case's have 'been
recorded in 'the papers of peoplo',o94io,
after' a'brief .titruggle; inconsequence` of
drinkinn• strychnine rhiskey.l - - If drug
gists; and e ' the acicitgiLicalty
delicate ak e.. operatienS: the laboratory, can
i n s pite
,of every caution;`'deadly
mistakes, what are' we to eipect freni the
' - •
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-, "•:,-.... f -,•1,t,,Fete,,/.4,1-, -al.
•IniPp•; , ,t••
—1 ..', 4: • . • ~-•
` 4 ,1 • • -
'4 V tqcittri •-.
.• I t, vjni'4l
s `' 5 ' :s` l l4
tduitekni9 '4 1 :11
sl . As4EltAtirinniii ;7ll :
. . _
gross in tox Leath= Wilos ere,. _A
infernal.; dens where; misons; of daimon
deadly kind lie around .in'abundit6oo4-1004f
where ignorant Aulolts,Abeiletuato,o64o6t
chetnival profession,-,Work;, half littnalete h l
ted, at their dirty busineti.?, yAircaarthlt.,
refuse; . .tor whatdecerit•chemititAftesuctikil
ber of a learned:.profeadotti, tottliAtorktailt
"counterfeiiing-!-at - bustuesan:uturoll7
wickeder.itnd viler-than forging:l4o6o7pr::
bank-:Dotes ? :'
receives eight Months imprieumnent,thtta: .
thousand- franca .fine, , and:postingir arletti -
does a_man , desztve for putting etryobt/iestN
in :whiskey`?..Put- , 'it. to a tuathetnetiOnk
formula" and cipher itiout -, As intilkived,
water ii . to 'the most, deadly' P0i 8 00'06,44 ,- 1
the. punishment recorded. to that: lrhichtt
ought-to be ailtrded tti girinr.-, the:latter; 1'
We commend attention to. this 4object. ,
to a discerning Publie, L -and-withit,a can
did comparison of theFrenehpririciplerof
punishiniand the Vithericatroftoleratiiatil
would- beg 'lcaV,e total! attention , tillthet ,
faCt that the poisonldcaleratavertiseopeiti! ,
ly in newspapers their-preparatturpatit) , l
essences ;- that they" lave published aereril'i
al books of recipes .whicharei to be Turdl
by - any one who lain thel o ;l.auti7finhli3fy
I that deaths from ,P.trillinetnistakeilhaki
making up their recipe's are rapidly
creasing. Certainly our crimithdxodivlv.:
not as , yet squib - roved about i 'enoughA- , i ,
l'hil. Bal.- - - 2?;
Young Men,Nake :Warning! b- 1 ./
A writer in one" of eur 'Ne* or -
ehan:ft:S states that in 'tile' wliiter,OtlB.l : l4
four yourip.,bank clerks'Used;tki'mc4kttii .
euchre"_ aying alternatelyiu.:AliOe . rc?i=" . :„.
dences in. Brcio)dynl _,Thesern'eetl4l.,'" -
continued pleas:intik i for a White,' l iiii•W:
ty keeping early_hears; and tie:kine:
being allowed. year Jatei:We l ilifir.:
was not re-organized, but Met'aceidenta •° '
ly on , Christn.as'et4,'tit a raffledirlirda
lin. The downward path: was .alresiV.r. , 4,
entered -upon. The =results sum up as
follows': One of the yentig tnettii)tfairef- .
ling in Europe,' his lantidsineulavingmaillrif,
$3,001):Jor hint, in wiiickPqlkst!" 3 lw,,i9
default.et th,q-b!ank tiliereohe.wie o ejekipp,„ !
ed. - Another , riir ip Sing."4lg, t ptiawkier l T
forgery:: The thirdia Oscar . A..! YO. III I. tlns
recent defaulter in 13,rooklyp,,ati4, 1 pay l , ; .
wandering with the i ;Marit ,ofPititr t ,pm.. 4
his brow—the ttiurder,er
and of the happinesspf,49 fa4.4iPliv".#l , Peer
fourth communteateal these .fattts andBop t ... :4
eludeslis story thus
"And as the latter..easts alignoo,fovol l
the 'past, a-shudder (creeps , t. , : tc,tuglk
frame as-he- thinks ! t olfer , lll4:l4ltCotill:V.,
companions., arid thanks, u rueroirdi
that saved him front ,tlieauyasifutso.whitb 7;
he hid almost; plunged hip/self; birkfro..-.I
were other bank clerks among glOipaTty,Ft.
and ere long ;heir 'defaleations;nitiatleeret
to light, for / they . havc :beet& pessessettof,')
money which they qould`not,bay,o,4**.q,
by houestly.'! 1.
PICTI4EB.- 1 -, A. ronnt wittcauttarrper-T2
tures in' it, and, a r.eoin , without.pictureefq
differ by nearly as *nab affoontiiiriils!.9:
windows 'and a room' vithciuo windowt*+PN-
Nothing, think, is more-iiielaneholy
particularly to A. irho:has3likpiutil
much time. in leis rern ; than rblaitliArallitl
- with' nothing.; on- them ;,...for Pietureaak. , t
loop'-holes of th?caliii.. to the- soul, liadititiz
in to other 2.ccinis,ind other.aphertii.bnis
is such exprcssible, *elier - to aperaitrOwid
gaged inirriting,or even reading, ottlookva
big' up, not to have line of visioif
ped off by. an :odioi4 trii
find- his soul eScaping : •as it vtare,lthraught,-
the frame of an exquisite ,picturek to rittr-Ft.
er.beautiful'a perhaps heaverilyeectieeitf2
- where the fancy fOr.:11 Moment mayi'revel i „;??
refreshed and delighted. .Theal'pietutett
are consolers .ef, lonelitie.ss;;;•_tliektircitkit
sweet- f l / l ers ito! 4111 4-. 041 4-4 11 e7A.1.,.
lief 19- the' ja.401P1ia, ( .6„ 11 T7 trA win iPirj
,to the,impriOpecl thoOght.Olifillfie
; they are histories 'iked - serplelig—=:
which we.caareintititheitt,the treOliteif
turning : oier„the leaves.
FUNNY.- 6 -A right finny itialt told
as haiMeninedoncif i I in" Vie' riffal:ilerWA
of 'Blount' Pleasan4 SirginiOnit `loW.
since • -Not far'from •Mount•
back in the countrychke,4 thnre,WA r tWit;
ern called thp RO 1.1 4?- ;: dAlp;
Franklin, theDioPiletui 11 44 f;v o .,.'acqilHl'd,.
dumb daugh tem, stirightly;into.lligithtlita l
interesting. - By- ligtia
ou aniinatedzonveoatiomi, es Call'
emh :other mpOeFs -Of the , -.faakb%,)
'Last week, two footltravelera.stopped
the night, at this laouso, and iliac
with the family, to icrotniii"
whion , Avis a good fire' ind - a
accommodation. The , kind hostettenter=°a _
ing;the room in the moroing,found4hat
the bed , find not been occupied
*nests hadld ;
en ;1,6-fable Money for their' topper, 3tttd
a 'note, -'stating'that in , conseifitteboeVirl'i
'sign.% wade: at; the inpper table hv
young ladies, , they did not,thiuk
to co to bed, and Aherefoie paid ,thi
aml took their ileparturn.
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