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JOHN S-MANN, ••
'ORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. AT LAW,
iadersport, Pa., - will attend -the several
'ids in Potter and Rliean Counties. All
inecs entrusted in his care will receive
sapt attention. Office on Main st., oppb
the Court House. • 10:1
F.. W. ENOX, - • -
.SEY AT LAW, Coudersport, Pa., will
arly attend the Courts in Potter and
djoining Counties. 10:1
ARTHUR G.. OLMSTED,
JRNEY k COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
iedersport, Pa., will attend.to all business
trusted to his care, with prowl - lanes and
lt.:ity. Office in
` ileor, Main -• 10:1 •
ISAAC BENSON. -
JRNBY AT LAW, Coudersport, Pa., will
.ttend to all business entrusted to him, with
care And promptness. Office corner of West
Third sts. 10:1
C. L. HOYT,
OIL ENGINEER, SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN, Bingham, Potter Co.,
Pa., will promptly and efficiently attend to
all business entrusted to him. First-elass
professional references can be given if re
CHARLES REISSM ANN,
INET MAKER., haring erected new , and
areitiiitt Shop, on the South-east corner
'Third and West streets. will be happy,to
:eive and fill all orders to his -calling.
:pairing " pol-re-fitting carefully and neatly
me on short notice.
iersport, Nov. 8, 1859.-11-Iy.
0. T. ELLISON, .
ACING' PHYSICIAN, Condeport, Pa.,
:etfully idfornis the citizens of the vii
and vicinity that he will promply re
id to all calls for professional services.
Ice on Main st„ in building 'formerly oc
pied by C. W. Ellis, Esq.
SMITH lc, JONtS, , ' ".'
tRS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES; PAINTS,
Fancy ArtiCles, Stationery, Dry Goads,
&c., Main st., Cciudcrsport, Pa. - .
_ . • •
D. E. OLMSTED, •
.BR IN DRY GOODS, READY-)LADE
thing, Crockery; Groceries, &c., Main st.,
idersport, Pa. • 10:1
4. IN BOOKS STATIONERY,IIA3-
.NES and Music, N. W. corner" of Main
ad Third sts., Coudersport ; Pa. - 10:1 s.
Milatic I - LLON .
nit and TAILOR, 'late from the City of
.mrpool, England. Shop opposite Court
once, Coudersport,: Potter Co. Pa. ' '
N. B. —Partieular:ationtion Paid to-CUT
TING. - 10:35-Iy.
1. SWIMS. . . . -. . . . . . .' S. D. 111014.
. . .
OLISTED KELLY;'' '
ER IN STOVES,' TIN ic SHEET IRON
st,,,nearly oppOsite the Court
Coudersport, Pa,. Tin and Sheet
Iron Ii arc made to order, in good Style, on
,Mort notice. - 10:1.
COUDERSPORT HOTEL, , •
• F. GLASSIIIRIV Proprietor,;; Corner of
kain and Second Strects,„cqugeraport, Pot
ter Co., Pa. • 9:44.
PR, M. MILLS, Pr6priotor, -Cpleibarg
'eller Co., Pa., siren miles north laf
dmontt. on the :scrllarille Road. 9:44
•LYMAN - HOUBE,•'
C. LYITAII, Proprietor, 171fsEps, Potter Co.,
Po. This House is sittilited pri 'the East
terser of Vain street, tiginsitrlt.. — Coret
Bon's store;:and is welt adapted Ur inset the
wants offations and friends.. 12:11.;
D. L. & N. I . DA/tit - PAS; •
2 RS IN DRY GOODS,' GROCtRIES,
Statiohery, Bats, USA Soots, Shoes,
Paints, Oils, &e., &e., Ulysses, Potter Co.,
Ps /ter Cash: paid for Furs, Hides and
Qelts • AU kindi of Grainraken in exchang.
!sr trade.-12:20. . ~.:. '
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-Ana itie'Spectie:Tike'-cfOuds•glo'llitt6iT Y ,•
,While.4.l29pebks:fAy,im : say i lk, they ie i i
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Tis gone gone r
""Tis goria ;' tle'pele moon saileth 631
' So rairfroi;l earth}:so k pear the slap
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Gone, oh I gone: and the bells that49lle4`
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Virke-4:t broken-heiiiEa a troubied steep,
To fold thin hanAg, 'rind tty Whisper ati&weep;
OTis -gone, Stis.gotte
' GOne. CY - God and old• Sexton
Who-rang just 11.011 , tlieedead year's chime,
Wrote its name on our hearts with iron hand,.
With a vanished one's in the silent land- 7 -:
• •- ' -Gone', oh ! gone.. • •
Gone, and oui . beaiiaerreliiarried there'
. With that dead year, while to•his heir •.7'
The cypress. we-bring, not the holy bo,ogb,
For a loved 'one th - eir but 'art: angel now
' • ~ Witli.the old year gone.! • •
,NettchßrsP., , Associallbl,„
- 12e.14 at Sharon Center,.
FEB: 2.—Pursuent to adjonrninent;
the members iof• the Teachers'•Associa ,
tioa met ac the,titec arid place above nren- .
1 4 0'cieck, F: 11f.--sleeting called to
order by I.l4Treildertt, Piay•eV.by
J. II Parsons. of last session
read and'approYda: • Report of Couiriait. 7
tee on Business read and received:-
cellancous business taken . up. • Remarks
by 0. J. Spofford, who offered -the fol
lowing resolutions :•
Resolved, That no scholar should be
allowed to enter our common schools, un
der the age of seven years, and should
then have the alphabet well learned.
The Constituton of the Society was
then read by the President, and opportu
nity given for persons to become ruetnoers.„
The above resolution was then discuss
ed by several members. On motion, the
resolution was amended by striking out
the last clause.. Resolution was thee de
cided in the affirmative-by a lat;gernajority.
'The following was, then prese.neted by.
J. Spafford.. •
:Resolved That- no teacher shoold,have
a. regutar,. established code y of laws by
_to ; govern hie school. .
: Discussed at some length, and decided
in. the affirtuative by a," twohirds, vote.:
S lect Essay.read by Miss L. 11 7 right.
Read lei- of, Item-B . ox by the
and questions apptopriated to imrivitiln,
als for answer to-morrow. . ,
4djouynnient. , •
.• x,VENENG SESSION., , ,
Opening prayer by Rev. Mr Parsons:
The following resolutions then taken
up for, discussion : .
Resolved. That it is the duty of the
the School birectors to increase - the seta;
ry of the Courity Superindent, so that he
maybe enabled to devote his.whole time
and energy, to the improvement, : of •the
schools, ' undcr his charge.
Thiswes discussed at some length and
Resolved; That we'recommend the re=
election of Mr: Hendrick to the office of
On this resolution ; as,..well as the-fei
nt-6r, the•attempt was Made . to draW out
an expiesitien of the of' the Ili
habitants, 'but Without • Much - success
After .a somewhat spirited uisctission by
the members, - this. was likewise carried
in the affirmative by a unanimous vote.
The . following I.es - oh:tic:in was proposed
for diseassien to-morrow -'
Resolved, That teachers 'should limit
their scholars to three studies at a time.
llon.,Joseph Mantes address was next
in order. As he said his good things in
a small slim . ; considerable time yet re
mained before the . lionr adjoururneilt,
Mr. Parsons being called on by.the Pres-.
idea, .made remarks on. the ; finbject of
gatempora . aeons Sppaking.".
the necessity of its l cultivation by the
yOung, and advised teachers t'o'do what
they-could tla nroynot9. ittru. their„sohools,..
Nine AdjournMent- •
• . 'RIDAT INIOWNING, ' :
.F..x.ereiSe in Orthography, coOdtted
0 J. - Spofford, and, the subject somewhat
thOio4ghly discussed t'Oe an hen?: •
- The following il'uestietis 'Wert+ then dis
eqssa: . ' , • • • ,
1. Is the - ` study of ..A.lgelkra necessary
to an undeystsndiog of :.Arithinetiol
Eltefeired "to 'Miss'.A. J2-SP4ifcird.` She
gave is hei opinion; that though•hol re
ally. neeeSsyy r it mu.. a Tetrgrest
Association met .0 9 o'clock_
elate ,4f ' 41:44'11'3(f ;.; VI 01: ifittis.l' P. "
viiie • m a r e ; r•
:2t; • Wbai atiVan tags late'griideil seVoolh
over , combfant:sehoolal-atith- Acrideittiesi
14Ft!5!.Cre4.11. 14 !-,Birtl -: One 2 4 1, "4PtYg,
dottitig , thei,r - ifegrees o!d'adratice-
of`iiciingste-mtrny thingal at: ant*, .awiniust.
kkstioue ip sa ctommwn district schtlettil::4
3 . 1t0w ,8 4°; 11 4-0e 8 4 1 0/ 1 .9c ecKtr.P.,ky
bebegitii? [Raferrrti.to Barnee
and elisetisgecr by several iith'er Memb'ers:l
4: 'Would teachers' be'justi6able I it'
keeping eloied doom' itima :acholurs.rwho
come late...to schoel , ? ;;
.[4.nswered by Miss
Chapin, who shad found the plan
iu work well in 4 large village school,
ihoit'ab it - irobably' could not be 'adopted
in the country.] .
-5.. Should tesehers reaort to esnipeso
ry measures to obtain leasans frotn -schol
ars? rigs. was -remarked titian at'some
length , ,, by ! 31,r. Parsons. He - confined
himself principally to the query. whether
eiimpalsory 'government was ever best,
and gave a somewhat practical 'exposition
of "becoming all things to all men. ']
: . 6...1s it best for the schookthat the
teacher board around ? "Discussed preti.
ty freely by the teachers,] • ,
7; SheUld female teachers receive the
Same wares as males holding the same
grade of certificate? • • [Referred to Mr.
Mann. • He was not present, but has
answered "yes," when 'the question was
read the day before.]
' 8., Is the euitoin of holdipg spelling
seliools berieticial'to teacher or pupil ?
[Referred to Leroy -Allen. - He was eh- -
sent, and no euswe.r was given.]-- • •,•
.Thefellcwing reselutiou was read apd
laid upon, the table :
i .ke . :s . .o/c?d, That teachers 'shouldOit
t 0 three studies'at a •time.
.."blr: Lyman excused - from declamation.
. Address'hy Mr. Grigsby. :.
The.folluwing appointments made fur .
the next session : .
AddresS'es 3. Hendrick, J.A. Coop:
J. Mann, SpOfford,
°hosted, Lucien Bird, f}. 11.. Barnes. -;
Essays i . -Raelrel Taggart, .Libbie. Cha
pin, Cynthia Starkwether, Susan Grigsby,
L. E. Wright, 'Jane Hydorit.
The following resolutions were then
adopted : "• •
Resolved, That when we adjourn, it be
to meet ; at Coudersport, subjett to. call
through the POTTER JOURNAL.
1 Resolved, That this meeting has been
a pluisant one, and we sincerely thank
the pecpte of this vicinity for their inter.:
est..and-.assiStanco. in the Associationit as
well as for.their)naspttolity in entertain.
iqg the teachers..
. ' J.. W. l Frei:
B: !iv:; ;Ste.9: • • ! - 1 ;;• •
Oh" he' firsi i - M'onaay iti : May 'nest, the,
triennial " conventions assehible for,
the third titueln-electl County Superin..,
teodents. The office ,and its• duties are
now . better understood than formerly,=-,
s fi t' I ei"
hive t rs e e iota a race of energet,
id and• progressive Ptli'dtienllea`Chers 'has
come upon thestatte of action--to whim,
and not to disabled, inert, or unsuccess
ful members of other professions, the of,
flee - properly belongs? and with, due.cau
tion and a desire tostettit the fittest men,
there—can be little difficulty in making
proper selections ] and .slight •danger of
wistake.--- 7 2?eport of State Superintend-
ent: ' ..•
The Good Deed Done in Season.
' Get away with you" ; you dirty beggar.
boy! I'd like to know what right yotiliaift
eti look over the fenCe at our flowers ?"-
The :speaker was a little boy, not. more
than eleven-years old; - audAhough people
sometimes called him .handsorne i his face.
looked very harsh and disagropablejnSt,
He stood in a beautiful 'garden, just in.
the subiirba of the city ;-and it was June
and the -tulips 'were just opening them-.
selves to the sunshine. ..Oh, .it. Was tr
great joy , to lock at
. thetu r as they bowed
gracefully to the light ivied their necks
of crimson, of yellow, and Carnation. The
beds flanked either side of the path that
curled around a small where the
youpg clusters that lay hiddeit among the
large leaVes wr,tte a beautiful prophecy
A 7 vihiter paling rati is ft:ont alba gar.;
den, : and Dyer. this "the little beggar boy
so rudely pdciressed was leaning.. • Ho:was
verv:lcan, very dirty, vary rpgued. I,ant
afraid, little obildrett,..seu _would
•tu.rned away in. disgust - from so•repulsive
a spectacle, aed'yet .God . :I'l4l the angels
lowed fiiin. ' ' •
Ho was looking; with all Ids soul: in
his.eyes on the blossonrsi.as they swayed:
to and fro, in_the suearner..wind;• and 4,1
heart xoftened ,wbile he leaned his,arm•on
the fence raili.ne, and forgocevetythitig .
iri'llist,l6OW,ltb;orbed r gaze. '.Ahl it was
seldom tleberza, r boy saW.Anything-good
stmnotok — Is r ß i ttrhi e r I t) 4-3 - 1 ,f,T.,;; .7 . ! : ! ..% 1..
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or Leautif, .-urn} alas, Vpt i lags . 4,:dctlag : ,
f 1)9t1 : 1 A- 'Pq , 6ill-01 4.. t-ttft-oNk94N'i* ' I
' "PA bipli s cr;iishltl n . .p,;tei, his"-fited,' . 4tripit
itim fo ,4t-eikiga,A4 - plso4 tuoti(Lid
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i'46tt; 4Jiitle itg -44. 4 ° l i i'o..,p9 i4 :o
!d u i.; ‘. a 1 3 4 looked ‘'o 3.l:tiliii !_111*.,!
CllllglCrttl§:o,4fr::: .. 1.1-,.6.Ji. 4 .”: " ri IV
iikb . soAliffielliSlSl gy p.' ' it 111.0 .- .Ae,pied
_WI . sii, Shtei,iril 'b?"k•i4.`"; .liefi'• Oiiits - . littli+
114'fr'ber-Safelv,Wce 41Ndeils"*,irifl . liKv
liP's. 'Fe:i 2 V co 6 it;T trf44.f'e'rgai.filoi
" How coilld, -- idu":44'.So:ores'sto tbe
boY, II in toil ?"" he' asked' witii.a.loilief
I sad reproach ciniVeringithrought,hesweVtL
ness of her voice. "larn : sure It doesn't
do us a6y Traria to have hint Idok at the
flowers as long, she Warifs to.' `•
' ".Well, llelle.ri,". u'rged the brother
' Alightly mollified: and gliglif!y ashamed,
" I don't like to have beggars gaping over
the fence, it looks so lOw." . , ' . . ,
"Now, that's all a nt,ion of yours, Illn
ton-. I'm-surd . if The 1 owers c'an doany-
body any good, we ou rt toaie very glad.
Liitle boy,"—and the hilti,turnect.to the
beggar boy and addres cd him aileoarte.
ously as though:: he ,-11. d. -been a prince---
" 11l pick you some of the tulipiiif you' ll wait a moment. ,.
Helen, I do bdliev i e that .You're the
1 funniest girl that ever ived ?" ejaculated
` - the child's brother, as t he turned' away, , ,
and with a•low - vrhistlp 13 auntered doWb
. the path—feeling .very uncoinfortable-=
for her conduct. was a sitrongnr roprnof:,to ;
him.than any words conlithave been. , ~
Helen plucked on . 4`tif eaplas'p'ecimen
of the - tulip, and - ther . ii.
was -. .gtbat vdri.
ety Of them ? and gave- them to'this ehild.
His face brightened asi,lic receivedithku;
and thanked. her.. ,I, _ ,
Oh ! the little girl had,dropped a '.ipearl,
iargreat pride" into tliellack, turbid'bil
lows of tharboy's life, antlihe after ye'airs
should being-it up, - -beautiful abil:' bright
again. - ..; . -,.. '.• ; ;.• •,.. , .:7„: .; .;
Twelve,,years had pasped. The little
brown eyed girl had krown into
gr.ieeful woman. o,iie bright Jiitie after
noon, she 'Walked' • wqlr- her. - liuslind
through the garderi r ;for,she'vvaa;Oti: a vis-•
it to her parents... .The; place.waslittle.
changed and the tuiipalhad opened their
lips 'Of_ crimson and gold to the stnishitie, ,
just 'as they had "dome twelve years before..
Suddenly they observed a yoUng - man ;in
a workman's blue overalls, leaning :over;
the fence, bis eyes; vrandering,epgerly,
from the beautifulficAvers to herself. Ile
had a --frank, pleasant iconotenanee; and
there was something i his Manner' that
interested the , gentlern • n.antidady,:- •:,., ,-
'.l . Jook here, Edwar i" she said, .".I'lL
pluck bins iTm. 43 . - .9f Ole fitnersi # . '4 1 w49§.•
does..me good to see- people admiring
thee);" and - releasitig ter hiAtted'S arm
.she'approach ed the pqng,rsayingin d
the smile.t Gun& her lir's was very like the,
old,:child•oner--" Are-you fond of flowers l
sir ?,. ,It, will give.:niq great plcasuael4
gather von-some." . J i 1
The'young workman looked a Moment
veq'• earnestly into - t: tat sUjeet ..- 1
" Twelve years ago,_ th s very`month,? he
said, in 4 . voice deep, - rid. 'yet, tremulous
with feeling, " I stop, here,
this railing, a dirty, rigged, little beggar
... , . ~., Pr ... -..
boy, and you asked - nei ibis very question:,
Twelve years sc.& yo x; placed the'biirght
flowers in my band, and they made'are.zt.
new boy—aye. and the have made a:man.
of me,. too.' Your fae . has been. alight.
ma'arti,..all aloiig, 'the ark hours of any
life, - and ti;ii' day that ',little
.heggar bay I
Can stand. in-the 'old pllice and•say to you,
thotigh he's .a huniblednd hard working'
man, tlMnk Gocl,.he's : - u:hoaestronn."! .1
Tear drops, tremble. -like morning dew .
onthe - shibing lasbed 1 i . helady;.aa She.
lurned•to her 'husban ' Who 'hid' joined
her,• and listened in
went to the workman'
she said, "put it into
do that little deed of.
now how great is the• r
given Inc." - •
"She Works : lo • a Living.?" ,
Commend us to the , irl - of whom it is
sneeringly said, "'she works for a living;"
in her we are always sure to 'find the ele
. a true-wemall—a - -real - lady.
True, we are not,prepared to. sec a Mlle
jog step—a : haugi; lip—a , fashionable
dress—or hear a strineof splendiddoil.,
sense' about the bails' a d young nieri,
the new novels and th, !wit - party . —ii
—no; but we areTreped to hear sound
words of good sense;—flangure, becom
ing woman, and to see .o-neat d'ress,. Mild
brow, and to
,virtnesi - lnitivenibiks th;it:
would not disiti&ce Mi - abgbl. - ' --7 - , `" '..`
You who arelneking , Tor--wive:s find
oompanionS,' turn- from..' the -fashionable,
lazy, haughty-girls, and select, unc 'rim
those who work :or, a liviug, and , neYer
—our word foe it , -.-Will - i4oti repent x9lll',
choice. Yon *anti, inbitaidal friend;
and not a doll ; a helpmate; and nota help
ear; a counsellor , and ,net, a 'simpletee.
Yoll may not 0 1 e,tcle.ariY F.lliaa7
to, your house,,
,but . yew can : btiya "sp,m-'
fling - Wheel' or a set - of knitting rfeedles..
If yon 'caninit
. tiurehaki ;every new noiel,
you may be-able ;to take. some: value*
e&T.A ll4ll :i e t ti !MC' ll " V "P °ll#6 t t41.445
ball, you-e_an visitsotue ifilleterneigniter.
..f!felcalefUlTtliett !Whelk:you took-for coin-
Ti,atfttms . and , NtWitypii iihooseY Wenow
itOr'n'ldtilioV 'man, ipitiad. -cif.
" 6 t lo4 ;ii*O - ritglit l s944tAiiiiiiit'vriT
Atm fir R , Rdifp, .took: nue ,frowyithiwfaih
inuabki tallai;:and-is• now: •ltairatinglhis
%.lienittl ii toahe'
-The time RAS when the ladies went a
visitiog`xod took tt,eir !Orli with them.
This is the .
.reason why tie have such ei-,
cellent'mothers. How singular would a'
_woman a, fashionable circle „
darning key father's,ptookings„or Ardlisg,
wool to spirit Would, not ; her, compact.
fa at her? And Yet inch . a wo:
loan woul ea, prize, for , somebody.
Blessed, is i theinact who, chooses,his wife
from_ despised girls ; ''who, ; work for a,
b irtherit 1116'811611;e Ostiaclieif
. 4 la Virginia. • • 7 : 1 !
MR.' BAYARD VAYLcia. AND- Wit trOISNI3
• CHRISTIANS' OF VIE.GIN4A.
TrouLton to Mr. Taylor: •- I
' RiFuMoND, Va.;Jan. 23,1860.
'BAYARD TAitotr, 'EsQ.-'4Dear :
rre„,mret tti' say, that :reasons, thefullforcei
of which had not deiielopetl' itself when
rlast wrote to you, compel Rie to with l ,,l
draw 'the invitatiOn heretofore giiren, you'
16 deliver lectiirei,befaie the'Young Men's
Associathin of this City.
Oat •ycin''ivalla - prefor 'that
these reasons slibuld be candidly stated
to von I shall do'so.. they are:
Wit"' connection with, the 'Trib une
neirstiaper,'Which has dove tnerethan any
paper iu Otir country to 'arose tho Aboi
litiou sentiments and principles which led
to : the assault of the 'murderer and robeer
BroWn upon '
The skeptical carseter' of certain
Parts of 'our lecture on Humboldt,
indicate that You ao.'n,st fully belieie the
DiVinelnaPiration and 'authority of ih4
s l cred SCriritnreiLa "firth!) , held
by Chri'stians'of ili4Witherp States, and
Which they consider an indispensable'
, ialeguard against Aboliticuitemi . Sfurituah
klred.Loirelikn; nod'.lll"the other forme .
6f fanaticiSM so prevalerit irk the North'.
• While sueh'cibjections exist in the mind
of our 'community,'; I cantiOt suppise
Wnuld.be ixredable to' you. to
Toui"letreili".tO":ine 'been' 'raj'
"haVe indienfell• a'ivil tog'
ess to gidtifj="2l;;- fur which I' beg,' pi
siil accept ourthanks. Very re‘apectitil:
lyanatrlq'your:i . ' ":“ o , i l 1:.! , -1.1 1
~, , : Mr.Ta:gl6P4r• Zejyty' " • . 4•';
• " INI5PANAtotis t , ;
, 'R. R.' HolvisioN;; Vont;
leit6i. of the 23d!fAt7-lins' been ibrwtirded
to me. _7,1:
. 1" :1:
aeknawledge your dot' thooglil
Aright. vatAral!y-liay.e .looked for wore
•Oouneous , elpression o ,it:
'r . lqy literary connection with the New-
York l•ribTene is . lff twelte , yeari Oiapditie.
Itii.indieated inmost of Any, put:a:die - 3
,so well 'known to those' whO
k now: an y.t h in g of .My _ lkis to rjr; 'that
. I 'cam
earcely.cpricelse you were Ignorant of it.
!I have visited, the, Southern States, as -an
avowed correspondent of that paper, hitve
'lectured-in 'Kentucky and Virginia, and
:re - Ceiveir cordial invitations from 'Nash .
villO, MeMpliis, AO , nista, and Savannah,
Hence, I'eousideretryour PA 13 letter of iu
vitation as another evidence that, however
politiciana might differ;" lfere. - , , was'' , n'd
~s ectionalism" in,the world " of Literattir
and Art,. and eyen . imide arrariOnents to
lecture before. your - Society, .ar i some in
convenience to myself. It was a pleasant
reflectimuthat l , while-my-friend, John-. 14-.
Thompson, ESq.,•of your city,. was,receiv
ing in our. Literary .Associations of the
North that respect to . which his talepts
entitle - him, L , l i)TOrtbern author; should '
at th'e'Sanie time appear - befeii a - - Itieli ;
nioniLaudiende: ':l2 have'' hefitordie Eititi:
posed it possible thitt4 , -might.privately
hold the opinions - of-Washington, and Jef
erion ort the subject of Slavery; yet=so
long as I should 'not publicly eipress thitic
opinions-J-be sure of respectful treatment
tn . the State which gave; those great !nen .
o our eommoo country:
You - gp s ea . k 'of my lecture - On tramboldt
I iyi thlo ill 116th' ii§.Siiiintel that 'l' prisittub
y,cralutistkha.ve heard- it:. • I Cannot 'sup-
P os c,t hatiyou i , ,th e
..Presi den t: of att f .asso.-,
elation whielyilaims_ to be prelkuinentlx
Hii(isii.itti; - .WMild.niakelio grave i,Chaige
against infline`frCitit'ffetteiaY ailditierfect
knowledge.--"-41raw"kitoto therefore, , Thei
the Rnly :paints in that lecture which, have
.reference to religion are ,these :.I o' 7 ,
fend Humboldt from.,,the _charge of inft
clelity;istating my beliefAliat adeet-P,lel
llgiout.feelinii' formed ttkil basis .of -.his.
. , 0
character, and, furthermore; I dissent from
the assertion eta few', narrow-minded:the
ologiatisiihtit• Science le nenebsarily tit,lit4-
iitic.in-itiitendpeins. -, lconfeis.to a;pro ,
f. - ntid -astonishment that' you should Tim:.
sider:inichopiniont - an evidence. of 'lskeri
.4, tioismi ;i ititlicating - a want' of , belief in
, f..theAtiv l ine inspiration 'and authority.of
ny child 'heart to
. - ,itidnes.,, and see
• ward that-Ho•iia
, -.:. : re - fiif.: 7 ,,.. , : :- .., .1:.:' - -
..: t ~:
that Humboldt w#B,:not , att. inadel i moles
ale•otiee - bp.d?s•gra 0
pogiahr4 . 4 - -4144.
5914.—t0 be Au fu4d4i4JIMISMPP.Of
coPPtuoo4,lo, 7 1 1 " 11 "A: 4 1 01 i
trtY*4-i4 the,r4 13 9,1 -40,4 1 q 1 040f
the tbPolr._ , 211 2 1. P(fg,iv__.,.-
e;.ur,pen( IPA 4 64 ifIlelitiAreA'gr
PeKzonAl ( 4@r*.f9u 1 .4, 4 4.. 11 V474,i1ak51/4
tuiyh ere, 41-21 1 3 7 - of ibtUDIP or rattier, :11
- have f Over beep bubjeeigil
to'a narrower or more insulting ceesuraldp.,
!Fours, for free thought and eollgiktea 7
dd Chrlitiauyy. ' ' - '
. - ,
The. Groirth atid - PstOelit• POll.
lion Oftboleerir-lierk• i(7
4 .1 ' • )." •
'The rapid groivtli •of the. circulati ons
andsbasineist of Atte. New4Yorli:'• Tribuiti
during. the last,yeari and eipecially, thei
last siic inontbs, is,proof of three .gratifysi
big Adis ..-the• return of prosperity - to the
country at large olio', increasing strebols
and popularitrof' ties , liepuhlican party
and the accession of the. Tribune -to the
poSitioa -of the first of Americas- jeur4
oats. • The ca.sh reeeipts of the officerfob
the four weeks. ending. Jan-I4 were sl.lloi,
478, or nearly twice those of the. Iferdlit
in December; and the.present circulation)
of the Tr 'fur compared with. , what
it was in Augdst.. I. 858;: appears in;.the.
following remarkable ,
Aug. 1858., Present Med.
31,508 . 39,000.,
14,260. - 24,500
Total NO. copies , 2,02,500. ; 27f1,12(00 1 . ,
No journal in the country can appreath;
these figures, and no journal ought :to..
Yet mitivithstandini this inneepie .ek
lat;on of the great tnetropolitan.Re'inblr-.
can journal, the local Republica!) jeurnale;
have inoreased• during . ..the same
equal, if not :greater; proportion..-Their,
Chicago Pleas Tribune, ' the leadhlic:;
Republican' paper of 'thi,noith-west,liatii;
we believe; doubled its circulation` !It:11km
two years, and : thi grokh:Of our OviMps,- .)
per has shown It greater per cent: tbarithe
Neer-York Tribune. The success of the,
Republican party in. the Presidential elec.:
• year' irill' be achielied,
through the itifillenee' of the' eircalitlon:
and : popularity and, power of the prlmst '
supporting its , principles and candidates:
than any other Cause. ' The - Demoorstiel
press nothing compared
There, are few ifareiliga r 'settlinagiste
anyw i3re •in which love ie not: abneed
furnishing:a' license for Inalitaneits.'
hiisnand, l ,dither, or`.hrother, -
harsh; wordy to ',Pose - whom be hives'Afte:,
best, and to those who love hire the best,
simply because the , seourity , of lave and
fatnily pride keeps him 'front gettinehia'
head broken., It is it shame that a mite
will speak more impolitely, tti titnes, to
his wife or 'sister; than her idiyhtttfatty„,,
other female., ..esgetit rile* and
one. , thusihat Wiest:agoolo4f t
of iman's nature prove to . (be weaker;
protection to woman in the family circle
ti an the restraints , of . aociety;'l,litith'iiii.'
man usually. is Indebted forj,he
politeness of life to those not,lbelongkng ;
to their -own household; Thingst ought.
not •so to be. The nine Who, 'because it.,
will not - be resented, inflicts bis . ireeett s '
anct,b44PPlli;!i.l4P o L! thOheitt:
stone, is, a small coward:sucka verY, meatti
man. .Kind words. are the :eireulaling ,
medinin between truetentlemenand true ;
ladies at home, and no polish 'eirlibited
,enn atone for
and disrespectful treatment too often .4- 1
delged in between those bound together
byGcare own , ties ofblood, and -the atilt -
more sacred onds of - conjugal love. • •
867" . tad'couspMiy is like a It
into a pest, which,, after. this.firit Orieee
ond blow, may, be.drliwty , outwith little
difficulty but" being ones. driven. up to
head, the pincers: ,c.tattoot Aake hold to
deity' it out—it can only be doneVithist
.of the wood:. at podia
tipn in everything, though in plost,l.hinfis
it is unattainable howeyer, tb0y,.714,0
aim at it, and perserere, will come much .
nearer to it than those'lhose !minimums'
despondency make them . give it tip is
uriketainable. - —="!.
REV. JOSEPIit 4.DinSON iIIEXANDM e
ote id , We- most lisangliitibid
members r 'cif tbe lemma - ficidfy . .cot - ltfo` . !
Princeton Theological O'eiFupiyy; dip4 . Pa r
Saturday last, at.bia zesiderm w Prin*
15EArrt op. DlATo,s..oixm ,- ---Efehry,
Gilpin, , Ex-ayor of Philadelphiur
died at...his residence in that eitros , 4hisz
3cYth Ult. He was United' States 11,1t0. 4
,ney.Gen'eral under President, Val
'Tilt "Hon. joel Jones of illsc e p
died in shit city on
Wa i f forine!ly,3layotof tlie. city..