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Special Notices /5 cents per llnoj Er
Local 20 cents per line. 2 •
W. D. TEL & CO.,
Perfumery, Paints and Oils, 80., &.o.
Corning, N.Y., Jan . . 1, 2309.-Iy.
ArroRNEY iglVotliiii3l3l.oll, AT LAW,
Insurance, Bounty and Pension Agency, Main
Stroet Wellsboro, Pa., Jan. 1,188 S. •
S. P. Wasos. J. B. Nu. Es.
- gti r it 140 W ":tit NIMES 7 ' •
(Biro door from. Bigoney's, on the Asenne)—
Will attend to business entrusted to thisiroah
in the counties of Tioga and Potter.
WESTFIELD Borotigli,""Tibga Co. Pi., E. G.
Hill, Proprietor. A new and otiniusodiolis
building with all the modern linprovensente‘
i lVithin easy drives of theliest hunting and Ash
4ig gonads in Notitie,ra
' tarnished. Teirilitri#4.poi?t,',...i
Febt s ,l B W4.l'?-4-'.,n , •,
a koltion wAal
I: mon., "Shop ' Brit' door mord:l.UL. Aifietun't
Sjaoa Or Ontting,'Fittint, and Repair.
in, dodo tironitrily and well, • r , •
Woliaboro, Pa.; Jai': ••
JOHN: ISVSIIIAKSPEA4E, •
Doyen's Store.. _ ;CottSng r Fitting; and
Rep:Mug - done promptly and In best style.
Weßibero, Pa.. Jan. 1, 1868—ly •
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOIt AT LAW
Notary Public and Insurance Agent, Bleu
bar: Pa. over Daldrielye Store.
h-: , Yottrrt. -
AITORNEY AND CUIINSELOI: AT LAW.
Welieboro, Ttoga Co., Pa.
violin Agent, Notary Public, and Insurance
Agebt. kle crilLattend promptly to collection of
Pensions; -Back' Pay and',l3ininty.
Public ho takes acknowgedgethentir dceda, ,, aci.
ministers orthaoirid will act' as Comilli'ssioner tt
take testimony. OP Office over Itoy's Drug Store,
adjoining Agitator Office.—Oct. 3Q. 1367
ATTORNEY AND C - OENSELOR AT LAW.
Ilavia_ returned to this county with a view of
making it his permanent icsidenoe, solicits
'hare of- public patronage. An. businesi\ op
trusted' tsi his ' , cute' will
. bo Atetide4 to'ititb
Ogiee 2d door" south
of E. E. Farr's hotel. Tioga, Tidga Co., Pa;
tiZA.A.K W 'ERMUSE,
Maine's; Tioga CatiatV, Pa.
HORACE C• VERNIILYEA, Paor'n. This h
n now lkotol located within easy access of the
host fishing and hunting_ grounds in North
orn Pennsylvania. No pains will be spared
for the accommodation of pleasuro seekers and
the traveling public. [Jan. 1, 1.8881
I9,EST/iIELIS; PA:, .GEORGE CLQBE, Propri
etor:, A ilowliqtel conditotcd on tho 'principle
of live and let live, for tho' accommodation of
the üblio.--Nov. 14, 1886.-Iy.
GEO. W. avow,
ATTORNEY lo COUNSELOR AT LAW, Law
renceville, TiOgd Co.; Pa, - llannty, Pension,
anti Insurance Agent. collections, promptly
attondod to. Office 2d door below Ford Flamm
• R. E. .011WEV,
ICBALER, in dCoiols I3I§,WELRY, 81LVER
PLATED WARE;Spoofabion, , Stritt - gt,
44e.. &a.; Mansßeld,'Pa." :A,Vatch'jan anti 'dew
elrrneatly rep,Ored:' Engr?vingilliiiie is plolti
English and Gc.rw";l4: , '• llsdpt67-Iy.
Thos. IL lirrytdon
I..)ItAF,TS4AN.--Orders loft at
1i room, Townsend *lel, — Wellehoro, will
meet• with prompt attention. - . -
Jan. pV11367.-41".' ' " - " -
FARR'S . •
TlOt}Aj Ti.P0441. 00UilTX, P 411:.;
Oood stabling, attached, and an
tler always 'in atbiudance. . • • -
S. FARE, Proprietor..
Saloon over Willcox Barker's 'Store, Wells
born, Pa. Particular attention paid to Ladles'
Pude, evils, and sariche_S:oxi hand and made to or
11.w. DVIISBY; - " : = .3.,561.115180N.
D. BACON; M. tita":4.l'a.C4alry, ohm D .
s nearly Tourloarq Of army %OW a large
xcporioncolu field an ; hospital practica L llnsopeutal an
office for tlio Oactico.or'utodieluo and
,surgery, iu all
Le brunches. Portions train a..diliabco "eau Lind good
boarding at the Pea usyljean la LOW dopirsd.--
Will visit any part °ratio State in' consultatiou t or to
perCuriu surgical ops4attous. No .4; Union Block, np
stairs. Pa, 31aY,2,1b60,71.7.
has thd - titiiii:iuretiriptSrlii• Ole cirzOms - of • 'flog.
goooty that he hlreh)hpleted hip
Nmy PLIOTQUItAPII UAL4EItY, •.
and is on Aloud to ta - c nll kinds of Sun Pietures
ouch ns A mbroll pes,, Ferrotypes, VI 4net tes, Carte.
do Visite, the Surprise and.Eureke: Pictures; als4
particular ntteution paid to copying and enlarg ,
in; Picture 3. Enstrtictions given .in the Art oi
ra Ism:tide terms. • Elmira St., Mansfield, Oct. 1
Win. EL Smith,
KNOXVILLE, 1 1 a. Pension l Bounty, and In
surance Agent. Coiwunications-rent tq tb
above address will receive prompFettentint
Teribr moderate. [jou 8, 1808-43].
U.. 8. CLAIM•AGLNCY,
Vet. the ()eller-Mu of
Army nia4linvy Claims and Pensions
Tut: N BIT BOUNTY LAW, passed 'July 28,18e0gtvea
two mud thrto }ears'roldicrs , gxtru bounty. .end
OFFICERS' EXTRA PAY.
Three months' exult pay proper to volunteer offleerg
who wero lu serwlco }lurch 3, HO.
• I'E LVS ,'S t:it SE P • .
To all who base losto, limb awl v,ho havo btozo porma
nanny and tot Ally ,
All other Corot omen t iirmiectiteil. • •
, - IYILLE.
Wollsboro,Ootobor 10,1860-t t -
Dr. C. 31..Ttionevon. - •
[yr E (.L14E011.013 G PA.)
Will attond to -Professional .alts in the
and inirnediato vicinity ,of Wellsboro._
011100 and Resi.letioo on State St. 2;1 door on
tho right going atst. [Juno. 2 f,
THE undorsigued hsviu rotitrued to - IVellF
hero and opened his shop, Cal Woter I•lttet,
tolielts a sham or Pronago. lie propone t,t,
WORK CHEAP TOR ASH.
Bounty.and Pension Ageney..
RAVING cot:Overt trnitoiTietructlons i n regard to
tho extra bonpti . .alfovrett - by ten - ect - OproVed
Y 23, 1860. n ncl having:On haral I age upply of' nil
Ilttessary blanke. nm prepared - to' prosecute nll pen
the and 131 11mi - 4111ns which may be placed in •my
11‘nds., Personclring at a distance Call communlcatio
"WI m4l)y lettor,lnd tbeir colummilcatient will be
D iv uetrlyansweleil.
W. If. SMITH.
Shotag horses. $3,50 and other work in propnt
April 29, 1809.-6 m
3. G. PUTT7I.4.IYI J
ILL - ‘nttcitur—Aqviit f,r tho 6e.
TUII:I3CNE WATEII-1 - rIIBICI.-% Als
i')r tawart'A Qacillating Movement - for Genzrun
riqga, P 4., Aug. 7, 18G7, Iy..
C. L. WILCOX;- •
Dealer in DRY GOODS of all kinds, Hardt . ..girt
and Tinkee Notions..? - Oar assortment is large
an l Prioes lov.. Storo in Union Bloat. Call
gentlocaan,L-may 20 1868-4.
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• AND - 4 •
BkOK HOOKA MArEVAVIO4Y,
(SIGN OF TEE. MG - BOOK; 21) FLOOR,)
atm. ,iccoximeo '
ClooD 49 xnR, IkEST OA4I as Tice OLIZAPEST.
Of oVertdespripilert;:ll4 .I.raty,l44:3lf.Altidigig,
and tis ' loW; Cur quality of Stock , as any Bindery
in tho Stato..- .Volumes, of ,gyery: description
Bound in the - bast manner and in any style or,
dored. • •
• ALL iiiNpS OE GILtiNVORK
• $ l . -‘ • t
Executed intlie - best÷tuannorr - Old Books re-i
bound and made good as new,
42zwilign : , : 112f 14.23 ,
COMPLETE YOUR SETS - I
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Reviews or Blitgazines published 'in the United:
States or Giant Britain, at a leer price, A
"BIANNIC. BOOK h e - ' 011M ( 1 1 .041,,"::
Of all si;es and qualities, en lined; ruled or Oriln.
BILL ELEA.D PAPEIt'r •.
Of any, quality:or size, bu band 'ilrid:eitt np re:tid,y
for printing. Also, BILL PAPlilit, arid CARD
BOARD at all corers and quality,"'in'bonrds-or to any",size. ' "
7 , *:STATIONERY, - ' -
'Pens, , z
~,, I um 8010 agent for
Prof. 'Bll - t.PAVIY4 NON-P0..4/
• PENS, 6y•v;tiicia SIZCS, POR LADIES
!•A ls ,...P'P ME:!)
VLich I w'll warrapt equal to Gold Pail*. the
mat iu use and no mistako. "
the abtilro atockl WilfifelititAbol.Mwe*t ltatoo
veal! times, at a rtnall.advanco on New York
and in quantitieo to.tialt prircbasersr - , Al]
4ror and stook warranted as i•protteiitcd.
I respectfully solicit a abare of publio patron
:Orders. =by kinail. prOintitlY ;frittandrdtO,;-
1 - Addfess, - 1,013/8-11.4.1i - S; > '
Se g. 28, 1887..-.ly, Elmira, N. Y.
•s -UNION HOTEL':
MINER WATKINS, PItOPRLETOn.
ET AVI - NO fitted up a hulk hotel buildizig ea the site
of the old IJuion ilotel, lately des4F-yt-4_ by fire,
iiturnow ready to receive and' ante - kWh: Ktitste., The
Uu101) /10;0 'was , IntericKtio fur, tryeniii6tun4q)lnuse,
.tud tijegi9ii,ritit6K.beltipres at can be isustutneiliolitont
gee?. 'An uttentiveliostierin uttondunco.
tt ellstforo, Jun e 20:1807.
012 N tl l l7/C V, •
CUTTEIt; has ono7Jea“
on Crafton titreq t, rear of Soars A. Der . hy4§ilioe
shop, tyheris:he proptfrii4TO,n)aiinfuOtnrzgar
ments-to "order in the p most suh.f.,tontial tuaniler,
and with dispatch. 'l j articular attbrition paid
to Cutting andjiitting. Zl.lareli 20, 1608-1 y
. . HAMILTON - HOUSE, ' -;-
• _ , ~_ - - ---
On strietlyTempoinnee prineiples, Morris Rue,
Pa. It, V, BitllLEY;Proprietnr.''- Itortes and
Carriages to lat.—March 8, 1868.—iy, ,
fl t,. • .1.1.1A13.3.A.tL.,, -
GROOERV:. *IUD - .-.IIEfifiI.I7RANT,
_door t, '
W I,!'S ;-. P A,
desir t zttheitclqioOlio
()nevi...04;1,1. 0 :i .4aEr"tri-a Oolfirea, -Spco e 1,.
Yloluseoa, Syrupe,:„ausi all 410,t con3itt4lou u fird
clans stook. - Oyiters in every style ait pit e
Well:born, Jun. 2, - •
Great- Excitement t --- .lohtitreirThifirtie - d;"ihcc
Itooots and ,Itoe - ti trlucuktioatt :he subscriber
would say to the ptopla Of Wcziticlti and 'vicinity that
bole 13Allutacturing a ratentlieut which he belletea to
poaElean. the lollowingridvantege evil. all °there;
there's no crimping; Ml,bo wrlnhliugi save as they brook
to the test; ad, no rlpplo lu-,*hert, theynro Just
the thing or everybody, camp u baud and orders
,olicited. Sole right of Westfield_ to) ellip and Bore'
secured. Ile has aleoluit received t spliindid Bet of
Oalmoral patterns, !moat stylta. Come one, come MI!
ire aro hound to sell chei%p fere - Asher eiidy pay. bop
one door south of Sandere.4 Colegrove. , • ..
Weitfleti lloro', - FM, 13 1.80 3 3. EMIIRME.
:J. U. GOLDSMITH; Proprietor,—baing lead
ed this popular llutel, the - peoi)riuter respect
fully eolicitan fair share of patronage. Every
attention given to geniis. The best hostler iii
the county afways In 'allettclailee., • • -
• • -••-
• THE PLACE TO BUY DRUGS,
A T the Lawrenceville Ding.; kitbro, vlitira you
will find every thing properly belonging tt,
chi) Drug Trade
•Als, 1711r;ifihee;n - ney Notions; Viulii
itrings, Fishing TitiAlci Aiudur t Gins!",titn.
Cash paid Air
C. • P;IF.OXA PAL
Lawrefloovllle, May 8, 1 &67. •'"a
...lien's 'Falls insurance Company
GLEN'S FALLS, • ;.
Capital and Surplus $373,637.66.
FAICM RlSEE;titily, , to - .1 sin:l •
Nu Premium Notes required.
It is-LIEERALi - damages` by Mar
ling, whether Fire CDSUOS or net.--
- .It pays for. live r tack killed by
'tarns or in the fold.
Its rotes tire lower than Other Cotdptinles.4o
equal resporitibility. . I. C:. PRICE, Agent,
Partuington Centre, 'l:toga
May 29, 1567-lyl.`
WAILIEEI2 •Ss. LATIFIRCP.
lI:IRDWVAItL, IRON, bYEEL,
,31t 1 LTING SIWS
W A 1. 1 E 141 ME,
Aoßretp.l URAL IMPL lb,
Carnage and Ilarness Trin3Wing%
Ih Eb'sll-,, Dbrs, .4c
HARKNESS (SI - 1.411,Ey;
BOOT .AtiD.SHOE MAKERS,
ove, v.; ft
Val ;( - C 111111
bottg ,Store, ftt_tltg
ocete pi‘it y' "ti•
AND SUUES of all kinda ointit) to
.tt I:3 VA llt i G u .111 .torio promptly tiod
• A lotix-JtAnKiass,.
•_ . _
1Vo110.roro; Jim. 2,
81.40 f. Ai „At e I ppt.
ci.t ;thtl !,..t% t, uy 010 2 14.1 ;thy vd.ore.• 60 , -rim
u;niai nn.: 11;ivt 11161 , ,t.
all . fil(%Xret)C4XbitAii..ll;
I 11,11.'ar foi tii;;Sei-.‘cilleit in • Ibis,
• ' - • %%'
We114)...r0, Feb. 12, 10/3S
GEO. , \V. IIEItRIIJK,7
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
,01111 c..• withW. if. Smith. Etig4.olll4lli Street,
opposite•Crtion Block s WoilAttfo; Pll. -
July 15. 18113.
rr 11E barges: 11 , soriolerf t of WateLor. clock"
Jewelry and Ware in Tiogn Aqinnty
at Etude:An - FOLNY'Ets
EIMIPT lot S of the tlt
awl 01l Diseases arising from a Dist
ordered Liver, Stomach., or
IIirPUBITY OA; 7
Read the fortotarng
your is affectint by any of Curt, you may rest
bled - &mar haryßantruncect Os attack an Slut
matt important organs M yowl todyi and unlsst soon
chseke.d by thl'us.l Swett & remalim, a mistral*
life, no tamfnating to, ,sttathrtotl; bather nesult.
r . rani! a
Constipation Mlatulenort, Znw, Puler;,
liN dueed of Illgod,tutho. goad'
• of the. 8 oteacA. Aqtkialle% • ° P•Ft'l
burn for Wone.,.trulnisaa '
• car WeiOxt-in-the:sStolnachP' • •
, • emir• Eructation's. 1,
ing or eluttering at the Int
of the,e tomsol2,okir - iFoniing of
tbe - 'Head Hosted DiMonit - •
Breathing, ioluttering 'lst-the
eoholcin o sisafforsiktiraßismatictrut ea l on„
y Dimness of Vision,
Dots or Webs before the Bight, •
Dull Pain in the Head. Deft
oienoy of Perapiratios.Yel- ,
5 . '0 - ;•l',!'•.4.l,oWnegs of thel3klWaiiri 4 '('`,.7c
241/113 , e)t, Voir. in ttkcit El s/
ti i• , Tsinxbe. etc.; n
den P i
lushes of Heat Burning n
tho Flesh Can't:ant: imaginings of
Evil, and Great -Depression of lapirits.
>,4llFsiertme. Wow cipt-Lifw-or-flipakm
-- WitraMtioAtkligtt soghlimpare /dried. " •
at reabaYsiablassritglEtTadV4..l , : 4
tractS. The Roots ' ll,casba,toxfaVllaih'aV:
from which these extracts are made
are ,'.gathered txt Y.l.GilarViany. All the
facstichisal viruses aret aated from
them' b,s6,xtraciesillilcD tfaty4,Tlacse
hence It Is the only Bittextlatinaltin-Wlv
be used in a tvseembAr t e
Manta are sittretaint table;
i• a combination af an tkit ftritreditti4 if the Bitters,
the sameletnettSed Itt:the Ifittersr, , fit-'caces where some
tillitineasttataltiattibtavrequircd. Tan will bear in
mind that these remedies are entirely different /row,
any others advertised ililtillactliiie-ledle.:elisetses • ,
termed, then trangrtittqMPtirtilianrOX eledicinal
Wrgfitsplehite the \ iereettemart decoctions of rum
• fifidmafYrnt. The ONIC is 'aidelecity one of the most
Plil:lt3 00.41,4_f0u414...5trm.c.Are4 tltz
o w hir' air t tn s atet4 Q
r"tv wrik . fore:fir
'paw:to-Aare paust t 714 known as the greatest of
all tonics. - , r•
...,Titemittindel of co Les,
114 OW y? 0 ..ts d aintatP 1119.041-,•+:
• 04611 13. ri Lir'oksenteilliive pea cura4::,,
eintioiat c'ettlk: o,
the usual attende.utartipons
eases of dy'spelisio., , or IltsepiT? of the
digestive Argolis.. t o rkc• asess of
I genfaliitaMindOW4.tliiiiithe renietllea
mitt he,gqiiall l,ne• gren test Isfs teal',
At! X' etifOlUditnt Ertirld;bliVigo r At' lit:),
-:“7 7,, • .'
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Than, h tvi - ii&ragrag - clikatinrooluifo.-64;.,41Aaa..
Bitters or Tonic in cases of Debility. Theini'paPt.a=
late and rigor to the who(y,pgateln^;tr y7ili_ : tie a . p•
Pattaf i -Ve 4 8 , tV6Atel.d ao arable c"
statuch: ' , digest a l putfy ,e brood. eve a good„,
sound, healthy conii,lerica;fradicittelAt 011oit3.Lfriger •
from the eye, ilalia4 biaqvato pan cheek, and change
the patient front. .4sZtort-breifitn,l, emaciated, toga*,
and nervous invalid, io 17 f a e. l ri RA( ' mid, vigor.
• Weak Delicate-Ctiiidren
aro nititte jetyy :Os tug "tlia Ttitteir's
s l it. In • itaOt , Ulm y
i lr rPik CY Oul!,- be.akdrainisi.ereA . r
‘l' 1b , ./ier.re4V.Oureek .tlaree,,-
ntontiievitietixe most delicate fcnialer - :,
or a man of ninety.
Thu Remedies ritr
- • - • • • - • -`• z
everjrizogin i and sci/. =ire 4:2 ;
beut-btobd.' ' "
.., • _ • . • n
Wl* your LOW 23flre; `K•eop your Liver oruer „
he'p your digestive organs i n a sound,
hcelle , ri tou 4f Me.7e - remedat o Wino
ever anal/ you. .
gond 'coinplexion, rice from St. yellow•
ish tinge and all other disfigttre merit,
I should use these remedies occasion..
ally. Thu Liver in perfect order, amd,.
he-blood, pure - wilrresTilt - TiV spark=
ling eyes and
- Plitq,ll • aiitoii 'Raitulits cooderficted.
entriOe`Mti pie'sirtattiri pj:C,
• crt thell'oni .i n f t the outficlowi•oppti , of vstchtotile; and
theta - Eric O r ettol4 bottle; All otrier a: -
HEAD THE EVOLIIIENDATIONS,
Flion HON. tiI , .O..II(.IVOODWAIfI; ••
!pitted Juitiels ottbd,Stiproino Cntit, of yetinsylvsintis.. , ,
- lBtH, I'BBl.
44nd "Igl;igand's 'Cei•anoiilfilit i ene.fe not an thew:-
. leafing/ Uttrage, , lnit i,i a' nood' triiitc,l44:Atf_ s in t(isor.
dent of, the digestive orguns; and: great ben vit. in
cases of debility and tuata of -nervous action in the
. tystsin. - -
. • ••„ GEO. W. IVOOI,IOARD.
FROM TION. JAJIES'THOSIPSON, • ' - ' '
3 lids° of the Bni4enio Cknut of PmtnsyivaniA -
'•- - Patia;itritti; Aran. 28 iii,48613.".
I ciiii.nlitar aerio fin nit.
torn , ' mi'iratitobta -inisinetne in CiI.SV of, at-.
looks of IlidigestiOli,"or:.Dirspopalni .1
• 'essni_cest.t.ify. this frOOL zny-oxperiessoe
of It. yottrn, Ivith ras.peot,
r v - stAJUX.D.W..FLIODIPHON. •
Front REV. JOSEPH. H. ICESTNARD, D.D.,
' Pasfor of the I'tnitl.s 7 Ettpilht
• • Da.JAmtsOx—Dneit ant: —aims been frequently Ye.
iiwtect to connect my name with recommendations _of
qa:fferent kinds of medicines, but regardirg clae practioe
as out of any cappa4aVaie•spliete:;l7iai•e. in 'a/1 cases de
tiineit; bat tvi h a clear proof carious ihrtancea, and
ipm-Acularl 0107/ familyieif the n illefolnessof flr;
irpofland's German -,Eitt3r4,-,.t. departforsoncelranimy
sancta( course ,
to e..vwe.ss ,nty,.l . ldt conviction Slat. for -•
- • gotierat debility of the SySteni, tuld esp6cl4ll3ifor7lior,
Complaint, it'll a' eafo - and "iainable - preparatiott - ,
to:neva:ea it nutyfai/ ; bat'usually, 'dont)! itoti ut stqa
, be viry„OpiviciaL to, those who stilTer franc adve
causes.„ _ Yowl, very relrc(fully,,
J. 111. KEIVAY.AItD;
Price' of the Bitters, $1;00 paribottlei, : ,;
Or; a half dozed for - $5;00. '
Price of the Tonle, $1.50 per bottle;
Or, a half dozes'. for„s7-
PItTNCIPAT OPFYCE -----
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7 - These ilemedeTir
clue Dealers eye . tvstv tiere.
Do not forget to ex annni weld the ailica ybie buy, in
order to pet tl ilenkind, • . .
The above Remedies nre for sale by Druggists,
Storekeepers; - find' Medicine dealers, eretywilere
througb . i:ktft . We United States, Oanddas, South'
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FROM GERAVINT, in 183 s.
HOOFLANIPS GERMAN TONIC ;
RIZE.P.LRED 131" D. 12 ,Cl.. At ,TACK-792 1 7,
pipApstriita,y / t.
sat giicite# Etnntiis .fir
extract; atTaTiCol}-fpirvarded to tikie
country to'bo useii - expresaly for the
le zici aleonolie stibstanoe of any kind
TIZM I E
Laukto . s, who ;wish : 4 fair skin and
Thensands of letters liri : ve liien re.
4.e ived, testifkliigto the viri.rte . orates*
The,TOnic la pub tat inquart bottlaa.l „
liceonec4 that it ra Dr. Efogfiandtt Gcrmati Remidies
that are so universally that dud so highly recommend.
td; arat'Ala,not. a Iteno_the ,Dsuygist td induce you to
take ally thing-ase•that he nta,o Say is just as good, be
cause he makes a larger prOftt on it. - These Rentedies
toill be seat by express to any focalityupon application
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' ' I It ill tot on the igeh,O4i4 . eltc:•, : ' ': '.:',''•
;likoiJ24 - *l4O, -," : 1 -,,.
1 1 1 tif/ tOrn:direotin l Yi • ".-.... i • ,-.
~:, Ttle,,zsiiip•pFOltrontl.gaille-I.•, .•'? •
. .3.:,Am1/11.you.p p yonii•neighhor,s;,elr, -
4 . ...... you pumpi-n1 it. I fIW/timin,,.: - =.' '-. • ' '
, .',' For tip,VitFelei -. 9liliCiva'ret4sl4,et,-; . :_ .
ile.l4ifLaitif §1 '&414 to.ne i •' -
4 ' :"..'•',."' ‘ , ...-v.......u.., . . . .
IC-le eXotilfeltib glzheiho'o44, .`..
• • .., Bo tekgclt,o44 J 9 ely;
. : .',: - 43;644.1).4.110';;m0nts oftentimes
- s Inoludtethitiriela awl high;
.: F- - -- I'm.told there et en eosin ibills,
,-;.:'' At ikjitiept Woe dine or rip
',•,' ~1 By ii,atiiit: - 40go t hey'll tutu sheet,
3 s':.t A 44.40.4. 4 10.0.0. r up / ,'..
:".t..'-'1_1: • eNi ,,, 0ta1v.7.,: .. t • '
: ; ., I‘- . ':l3ailetiri - ,40-020 ya' , i ii r, sir I
r ; L .,..1;5i ,,, T 6 bejiu arid rare;
; ,. ...ttsey•grind.iipAaractee 4 all,
-..,1.1V- leokaalf'irtrhtpliponie. fare;
;'• , ;:•- - , 1 ,,And i4uld`tho hOlfiless victim wince, •
py:# 9c ttliot, g les of pain]
.1 L , .; W.4 65 9C.V.A4: 1 )30.4(b' iwohibniel
'•-;>:.[ That Hwy; im Sguadal Lana!
_ ..-1 , 7- , :•:..1, i•-•:nt.r.!:::.,: , , -
- - .., 1 - • , ),- • ~, .1• - y- i • ,
--, ...• If you stiFteytobtrime to dine with them,
_ . Pray stover hi -deceived; •
-;:- i.w,.*tivete they setim meet like bosom friends,
Thefieletil,V- i bp believed, ,
,:, ;lieir`eqygrarOheathed ip velvet, air, .
Timir.:444 l ; ei•ltitt by smiles,
~, ~ ,,, A nd wo,i_botido,:the. innocent
- • ;
'"s iVhil falls beaehth their wiles 1 • •
• 1 . (7)
:Viten:they lave:singled out their prey,
-- ,--77112ey make a eat-like spring ;
b‘ug r t):;erti lihA4l3 serpent, ore •
' :And , tpgti iltey:nuali their guilty h.nde,
But don't efface the stain,
lheso very greedy-eannibals, •
t Ilse in Soundahlittel
-strina, oli, „fr
In the rear of the splepOid,town,real
donee of Liihr '-' 2 . .:-.. l,:tiod,fiioir4; ; ,'ph - 'a'
much humbler treer (for - in large, quo
ii 4 . e Landon ;' it e'l ni lios'el OS fOr„);.legth
to_kold, being' Ostleil '' beasionally hy
poverty,) dwelt an . industrious son of
Now,"it happened aillie . ttase'ofteti is,
; that the shoema W
ker.as thiel a
!family almostiminerous'eniaugh toquaii
,fy him for- the resporiSible berth of a
;parish beadle-Land-being the father of
eiglitrit reqnlied a - continuoue biertion.
,of,:lps phYsietil. powers to l pOcura i theM;
the xtbSointe - tieceiiSarieS of fife. 'He
;VVlS,7isT — cour,se • necessitated to
ehrly . thid late; 'tai - dthe rat-tat tatof the
shoeme.keirsi hammer long before light
'hi,, , ,thelmerning, aturally disturbed the
fp,;.ully,of,X 4 ord, -7—, wtm,were of that
unfortunatealas ,ivbolarOcompelled by
tho requiremeitt tot fashionable' secliety
to converthight nto slay:; • ' 1 --
; . Lord;L—,wo ld , hii,Ve slept iiipundly
under the , very shorfor a lodoripotive,
butbie hilly was unluoltil t y;tli9. possess
or of one of those intense lievousi tvta. n .,
Perm - emir - wh 1 eti — tnififfelTy recoil at
anything 'approalching‘the :IMM-drum
confusion of plebeian pursuits., „The
ti els a Of 't h e
~ s hee hi alters , hain they.. Waa r .
too initelf.for'..lrer:dellcate OPtilla/Zation;
and - allee' , WOtiicaWallexi Lorti..tr-t.-, —:fron - i -
Mt t'it h Ol t it r itaithetlintaffifttettditi3fliffi'
dreains..by reminding him, or that hor
/Ole:noise:in the. rear. • Lord L— wait
phlegmatie - and fozgy,''bri4O- means a.
davatiat, thihigh, an intense - adinirer: of
- LailY,", - L.-- whip ' Vati.talented' - He
possessed "none bit ,the, repellant• die.,
criMinatiah of, hsitidy;and*OUid per
fer,the Sopiefy Of ome clever. kepresen
tatiVenf 'Billings ate to
,that of- a min
ister:of the Chur Ii of Eugland; m But;
as we have said, e believed' implieity
in Lady L—, a d anything calculated
to annoy that nio t excellent lady', must:
be removed -at fly cost.' Qf ' course,
after committing ilhe night; and three or
morning, la' the en
lova - lent of patri tan pleasures, it: we's
absolutely necesiary,to • Lady•L - --Avhese
brilliant ta.lents Twere perpetually. on
the ',etketOl? 4nfing, those..intoxleating
monien 43,, that:: he ehohld• ;hate••the
, fprfrilega ,of.''co manding.,a-few: nio
„nients,of undistu , 'bed' quiet out of the
'twenty:dour hours allotted
~withoat suffering the' inalienable pre
rogatives ofherilebilitl - to be'disturbed
by a villgite•abil 6‘igni it, Coldwainer.
)Lord L— and his Lady had returned
about,four.-jn l the mornihg frohr, the re- ;
eclitto*l iPfi the', c lititigiliehtd !Pat - 4114w
~,or-4---r i . liisAoidOhyp kninzln , a bli ss fal,
state; of selitindent;clOusliess ,fnlitt, the'
Tpotent -eifeeti; aoreertaln \Vines -- of 'filar.-
~vellous antiquity, and her ladyship
highly enraged xith ther;b'rilliant bon
, mots Whichhad fallen like pearls from
- the 'eloquent iii s- of a distinguiSheti
savant, w.hos.e„e 'ratio _disliositionLhad
,Fonsigned him 4u , a suite of twrtztents
1. ineludinti one rooln upon the attic door.
13 - tit “.sc a reel,y, - had - Lady ',T41.:--7.—_4:43ssiglie - d'.
liii He. tr - - riiku 013 y . ,14) to the A zi:.l3 fa z of „Igor
pbeus; WheirMielwas sanihlenirreeralthi
-to the vulgar kettiities of a practical ek:
istence, by the,evierlasting thumping of
the father of eight children ihthe rear.
!She gave Lot dIL— a sharp ,punch
hi the - ribS,' , Whielt aroused him iin 'an
instant to that as4onishing state.of Esel f
cori4;loUstiess, which led, him tolnqurre
„ iii a somewhat' t' sty,. though: oblivio us manner— -..‘ , r
' • '. • • .
- "'Ldril blesS ni Lady. L---
-,, ~ , what's
the matter? . What are-you driving.at
my ribs for? ' You have thumped-them
now till they are, sorer than,Balaam's
don key: 'LW by ciao''-tion let a poor; fel- -
low rest?"') •_:.1:;:' ,',, - ~:, , 1
" I really belieye, my lord, you - would
go to sleep, in a 1 0rn4t.43 nest, or : on; the
brink Of a'ciater;” exclititried her(ladY
ship, petulantly. t" I really wish, Siime
times I were as, appily and, stiOdiy
o - iganizecrati you Ore, ', I•obeoll,d :not be
,':then ' by . - the- everlaetmg
thuin'pleg of tha horrid oreature in the
ft!,j.lgly:,".said-ii s- lordship; dotingly;
' 4 leave-me alone his titne, - antli'll)polt
'to' it the Morning " --. l' , ' " •• • •
• :Suddenly, , the•mt-a.tatlat'Whioh hid
'4ubsided-but a .riaome tit 'be fere, now.ie-,
conatifented:Wlthrenewed vigor; '•
" GOod Ilea:Vbbiii•D•en4ed her
renewing her - tilapiritiiatiOns tipon_the
ribaiilliitileirai.litP. "ashall positiyely
go distracted.ivith that odious shoetbalv
,or, unless yon pay some future regard
4o:i.by feelings, and put a stop to this
•perpetual thumping:l.!' 1 '7'. r'.. ~' 1.
Only be' quiet; my lady, all I'll de
i l it n ; the morning, at-what -cd t, said- ,
~iny lord. "
The fact of it kvas, our honest , shoe-
i 'Maher, whOm -t1 a pressing wants-of:a
' . ..iiirge.faalify had compelled to rise early„
•bad commence the labers'of the -day
shortly, after the retirement,.of; . „.Lord
L— and Ills lady, and us the ladrhad
not thotight prOper to stupify -herself
' with„the -some, JotenC beverage- rz4ialr
had operated so advantageously,f upon.
the nerves of li a-lordship, slumber to
ler #as Q1,,C.0111!.e den-led., :_ .. . „ :. •
On the same sqc.aCit later liolir; and
agreeable to his promise, Lord--'-paid
the Fhoerna4r • visit.', He 'found him
" ;443 ° 4 404-T."; : 'PANE.4
4V) )3 • -
~1"4- 1 11.11 tA s . :I'.7J ":7i,
away, his' humble
,y speedily entered into
lordship - stated his
•s, and desired to know
t wait till a reasonable
ruing before 'commenc-
if he could nt l
hour in the me,
Ins bis labors.
" - . . ,
'AlaS,:my.lord, I a m . verepoor and
haViritirtife: cr'esponsibility--- of Via, '
fanallyAveighing uponme;:am obliged
to work early land late trilsay.Mliittle
relit b cfa an d 8 uPpor tan th ::^. - It la:true,'
if..l. h a d ,a,=. ilttle v tnottek`W de 7.'whk.l
sliotdd' etklici; much lii,ter - r iishOP:..inn
MOrel 'liver able LlaCality. ' -and ::shoirld
- doubtleSSlOako:kt,rery l _geod'thing Of-it.
Bat ptiilert ' lord, lai Stern.. reality
that in, dy, of bit Anderateest .by,people
'hi tbe;ialls, .walkilpf life as yonr.herior;"
' "'Ahgtril l ";.,enid ,liis lordship; -" how.
mucli . -risOike'y . *Mid it require, to .carry'
. Mit tlieswdesigns -2 11 --------- ---- -- -,,- - --/- - -- - -
" For ilvck_Tignctrad'iVitirf.ile; I might
- a i!libp - 4nd, stook.it handsome/y,
in the,to)7.ool`t 'o,..xibtlijo* - ..,•:141, some •
more Obsetiterqtrarter; 'With - , advantages
correspondlnglyiessi-I might open with
less capita.h" : aTTl:',:.:l:,::
"Look here, - my intur l 4.-c,Aald) Lard'
- 2 1 417 - : Ar,-" I and strongly ittelinekra favor.
your enterprise. ' I. wilVlend you tive,,
'hundred po nds to-day upon theodn
:ditlons I shall dictate to yowl:lii- a
word, you shall pay me back one petind •
seer week . for this money' as yOu :live,
and -when...oir die„ yourdeatti;:,ehall
bang4'.2.llV , ' . ebti - I' will run m y own
risk'as regada your longevity, ' What
do;.you say--iwlll you v.ceept tne money
"O:r.k.thpse.terms 2" _ -',.. - . ! f• ~. . '
tY,: - . I„will, and God blees your lordshi
"foever, and, your. lordship's lady,-,an
roar:you live a thousand years and.'le
ha lit-; and may I live us ;long to repay
Yo A t"iexcialmed the delighted'artisan
tesslng aside the slide upon which:he
bid! been thilm ping away al I,th e. raisin
, lag::;', I baye.7'refilized',inlidrOMl . ,'ll
' laktiti - aisp. in 'ltoild:.:Street;"and - Sefve
' nothing botrsobilitY-:-Qedisleas..tberal"
~.- 10111 ati the. : ':. of -myeelicitor,
1 ttlelOn an 1 liour,- antkyouebalt find a
She • there for five hundred pounds'-for
you 'i and he handed.himj thwaildress
of t i t legatgentleman 'whirtransacted
his , Vieluess. 7 -" And hark said
nisi: - , ordship,' frie , trnuery4 T'''Vrti ben :you
hirito bagged the, tilidi'palrat rciy,elub
robs, . in ESL Jansei t .,street:' - ',. You „Will
8 13 4 0 therg ATOM Ode '.t.Cl, , ttiree; ins, -the
after °mi." - And 2Vith This, Lord L
-- oboe eft the ; odor of leather,---and-de
; parteil. - • . .........--
At 'the; prop er-.T9.bbs, (for
that leas the Slot deriniker!s *ll - S.m'ey 'Called,
'at the office:of , Lord , 1: -- -i'S , solicitor,
' and-agreeable to.thelordshirn pr othise,
-received his. money. Ile then "'visited
the club-room and called for Lordll,.----,
IWhO niesentlY appeared. '• • ' ••/ .
" Well,"-my- man, did -you . raise. the
in eedful 2" . ) -- • ' - - . , . ,',,
~I did,",,,said Tubbs,* " anti -_many
:thanks to your, houor—me.yyou never
grow poorer,"- .)• - ~ . >., . - - -
" Leave lone the compl iment's," said
41 lordship, significantly, "for perhaps
you are not acquainted' with the -rules
and regulatibus.of our club." —•- ,
• "-Alas, my lord, I am but a, poor-man,
and know but-, very, little ,beyond my
hurnble calling." . , _ , -
'. •" It is only proper, thtiri," - Said' his
lordship " thatl'should enlighten you:
ttisOlic custom always among us'here,
hatt whoever receiy,se the money shall
stand : treat, and according to, precedent
it 'falls upon ~you; ,you being, re
:."IYith . all. my lieUrtP..;e3reitiTTubbs,
!'lf yen will 'cOndifet' proper
Placeror your, lorilsbip;"
"tilio, is eaSlly,done;" _rePliedi:LOrd
" :WQ patronize. no, other. place
but the:Mifilphia; and thitt-i - you knoW,
.tx.!:47-4,ft,t9TL*3e . p.N - .3 - )3.11a,I1 -
quite anxious not io - coiiii_et with any
established precedent.') said Tubbs. -
On their tirriv,al i !it,Ahls fashionable
retreat f Tubbs i k nfre4 Or-his lordship
what he would takci.
"'always take wine in 'the afterneoh,'
".shall I ; take the U.,-
eity to order it for you?"
"Do, if you please; I am unaccus
tomed as yet to the'usagegpf-geod socie
ty,V,Said Tubbs. I
• . Waiter'!" 'cried his lordship, "a
- bottle of Champagne do `Sillery, and
glasses for two!" 'They were brought
'and placed before', them upon , the pol
' t' : ',This, now, is a,beverage worthy of
gbds," said LordL—, as,be helped
ihiMself to a flowingibumper. Test it,
Sir Knight of, the - Strak- 7 1. forget your
name—TubbrV r , .
• The bottle WAS very„ 49'9'11 . " dispatched,,
much to the exhilargibp ! Of'l4,..Tubbs
and his noble patron. -.The yeekoning
was then called. for, and Tubbs - discov
ered that the price:ldetnanded; - for'the
Champagne de Siliery was two pounds.'
This annotMeernent , naturallY opera
like an `electric shnek ''upotl the
- nerves of Tubb*, annigh he settled the
bill, of course, Witheut a murmur,
soon after withdreW. He ;lentid no,
- difficulty, noW-;that,,,be had: money at
his disposal,; in securing the „coveted
shop in Bond street, whieh.had.so long
haunted him like the:fspectre of , a fu-:
ture shape, now happily realized: •
The.shop %Vas - filled with a choice•se
lection of soles, ci every variety, and
description, in 'accordance, with Mr%
- Tubbs' best judgment, and it, was not
'many days before, a brisk and profitable
trade was opened • very much to the:de
light of the aspiring T.ubbs, who quite
naturally exhibited his gratitude to hie
benefactor by taking the;, - one pound to
the club room in James Street 'in just
- tie week fromt 'e time of his former
visit. He inquired forLord.L—,, who
appeared seen aftev, as on the.previous
" . :My Lord," -lie " I have brbtaght
you . the• pound n-al3reeable to - prhtinse,
and I dare say-you.will not_ hesitate to
act upon the. precedent youzave,•ote a
short time ago?"
" And . pray, What was . that!" de
'Van ded laord L—.
".gorgive me,•your 'Lordship, but I
,think it was to the , effect,- that _he-.:w ho
'recelveS - the:money alma ••stand ' treat,
and aecording , :to precedent it-falls . up
on--you you-being this time the "re.-'
44 ,Withfalt - icilyheart;wietOrUed -Lord.
L--:4-, 1 - 1 -if y 04 W ill ,inirae Some suitable
.plaCe for, the occasion.".._ • '
" Willingly your Lordship,' but, I
'know of no better place than the Adel-
Phi and that you know, is - but a few
saps. Shall we go?"
--- His Ltirdship•'- saw that he W , ite &lily'
caught, and with a dolorous Look, he
led - the way once more fe, the ' Adelphi:
: When-. the Y-were seated; he asked the'
innoceht:Tiitihs what lie would' take..
• "- - lf-yon ; -will •- - suf - ler nie to order it,"
said Air:Tubbs, modestly. - - '
" DO so -by,,, - all.'Mp0:11§;"- - rePlieit his
lordship, Who' •WitS' i:e:iitiasly , in hopes'
that'the - order would be •brandy. rind
I . lvater - for two. ~ -• • ' - ' , - •-'
" Waiter?" crier lie excelletit Tubbs,
with an' air of di. ,, •ty that' suited the
occasion, "a bott e of Clint:op:ague de
Siliery nfill glasses for two I" '
Lord L---- •ateepted flie - IMIt of 'the
joke drank his wine, settled the, bill and
,- ,•-• -- -1-• -•
. in precisely one week after,,the„lti
,defritigable Tubbs - might have been seen
- - Wentltng his way from Bond street to
Ste Janes' street with -the promissory
oue pound. .. ' - • :•- , :-- - • ' '-•
•• , ,
His lordship presented' hifuself, but
.drew'bitek: edddenly On , Upholding, the
amihble Tubiiii.' .
"My lord, I have' brought you the
one pound," said the punctual and ever
grateful Tubbs. •
• " Look here.!" cried Lord 1.--, ,
gruffly ; " I never stx,w-you before. II
you have a pound for ine you can take
it to the devil, for all care I' , and be
abruntly : closed the : door its the aston
ished ,face of Tubbs. Mr. `Tubbs has
since prospored,to au extent to .warrant
a coati and four in :tile' ixOns,l,,,or Mrs.
Tubbi, and,- 'though - 'met or
L--• a thousand times since' their last
visit to the idelphi, yet,,strange tosay,
that. ilobleinan .has never recognized
him in poi'soa or through -his t olicitOr.
, From last accounts we learn theTtibbSes
are still' going„.np, , and are seriously
taking of.spending.,the eustang
solitlee - either inCheitenhafn or
•Brighton—Z t Ohdon'illfa6kimine.• •
The Coligtitatiotk of , the .gexth.
~ r' ; t':
''''ffii)filerfUti ties on.the "surface Of the
- etirthitte'.gene nyilheYesitlf of tplieav
'Of eireg z•tott. by omo;povieracting :from
beneath. . , , , ,„ , :,- •• • '5“: '.. :
s . lii i roof o f" lils, :091`oglitS rOkor, to
vast dhains* :O -- Mountains . and• Wide
contetteutallractsi the'rocks , of 'which
eon tain ,rnari n tittli (i . freshwater fossils )
which cbtild not have lived escept un
der ivater: , l'lkse mountains of fossils
contain glinost, always strata • between
each 01 whirl :there is a stratum: of mat
ter coMposed• of genii, ar i gillaccous or
other itlatter. is• . •
-. Intim south of. Steffy-are. horizontal
mountain .strata extending, : •201)0. feet
above, the rest,, and filled,..with,shells,
for the most part;ill - 'the' seine species
hs - thesennw•liVing•iii the .Mediterran
eaer--44,tbesoutn of i.kiwedeware high
table-rilitncia:44-liorizontal,, strata of, fos
sils Whiehnititit; haVe r beeri formed • un
der the'watera and there i'ilienaoS't In
d.o bl tati.lo ,I evidence ,It rit this - ,' land is
now gradually risiogi. ,- , • , •
" The - Table Meantain . at the., Cape of
Geed'. Hop's '- is 'made • tipnt" strata of
utineolll3 ' bandtone , ,anu -fossiliferouS
ruck.'.Tlie, whole lake dlatrietpf , the
northern' part 'of North Am America ex hi b- .
itatininisn'rkabW evidence - of 'having
of the Andes_, in.,,flonth_ .. .. 'America. and
their Continuation into North A.rberica,
,under digererit names; on exaMination
have been' found to rpreSent -the stone
fea.turea,lof,,,aubmergenee..: 7 _ The same'
.thayhnsaid• of tin; Afieglianies., '
•This May' be i seen
,inalr.the bills that
surround. -Wellsbord. ;• Take 'for exam
ple•the,.4ll`.l; hill I).aCir. of ' the • Court
liOirw: Fro& the, bed of the creek_ to,
the top of 'the' hill', is a:siiceession .of
layers or strata; composed alternately
of eandstone and: fossil rook; being, in
some 4, the._ strata, Omposedof -,uni
valves of Considerable Si'4(t and ineth
t,re,' Of !minute ehells itiO mind' 'for- the
naked eye .to discern; their form; •and
We whole changing, more, or less •in
their charaeter as you , ascend.. 1
have - never examined to ascertain - the
number of .strata, but they cannot "I
think be less.thau two hundred.. .f , . •
, '"On 'the Wan d, of, San 14oren zo, ; par,
Charles'DarWiiiin.hili Voyage' of a
Naturalist, ' ",ithere are very satisfacto y
proofs,. of ,- elevation within ' , a recent'
period. The side of-the island fronting.
the bay of Callao, is worn into three
ob,seure terraces, the lower onehf whieh
is covered bya bed a :nide In length;
almost wholly composed of shells of
eighteen species,-now living in the ad
joining sea. Th height of this bed is
eighty-live feet. The - shells hiher up
this terrace could be traced scaling Off
lllSakesaadlalling •Into an . impalna
the height of 170 feer;und 'also at some
considerable higher • points, I found . a
layer of saline, ,pewder of • exactly sim
ilar appearance, and iying in the same
relative position."' • -
On the Atlantic coast of South' Arner-
Ica, from the ltio Plata to Terra del
Fuego, 'a distance of 1200 miles, the
len& has been raised in mass. within.
the period of-now existing shells. - The
uprising movement has - been interrupt
ed by at least eight long periods'of rest.
The elevating movement has been
equal: all along the coast. This is shown
by the step-liko. plains where the sea
has eat back into the land, being, at far
distant points, at corresponding heights.
The lowest of these escarpments, or step
like plains is ninety feet high. With
, in, the period of .recent shells, this up'
heaval ilea ' been , between 300 and 400
feet,'aud since-the period of icebergs at'
least 1600-feet. , An examination of the
geology of La Plata and Patagonia leads
to the beliel'll - it these, upheavals have
been Slow-Mid gradual. There Canobe
littindeubt that all the land of the At
'antic eoast o,f ,South America has-been
gradually and at intervals upraised by
a force exerted from beneath ; and this
can cluSion is arrived.at . after a full ex
amination by eminent geologists.
On the Pacific coast the evideues of
upheaval are equally, po verfel. dis-•
tinguiehed 'naturalist 'after exaniiu the
. coast from the southern point. of the, con
teneot „to- ,Callao in. Peru taysl the
prim of' the elevation of this i hole
fineof coast are unequivocal:" ' -
Onthe . Island'of Cbiloe, at Valpai
itiso,., Coquini lai i , Callao, and, indeed,
alOng the whole western . coast, the
,Wie evldences'of elevation by some
internal force ire presented and evi
dence too that this elevation has been
g rad ual:--4hat after long periods of grad ;
mil uplidiVal,_there have been
terviiN Of rest,- again periods Of upheav
al and so on'till.. the land ha's attained
its present position. Of the mountain
ranges I Will speak hereafter.
In North America different geologi
cal features aro presented,- and yet
equally strong proofs of a gradual up
,beavalcirist. -In New England,'where_
the. soil rests mostly,on what has been
called primary rock, we find the land
ascending from the rivers and coasts in
the form of terraces. -
On the Merrimac and on the Connect
icut in •New Hampshire ' where I have
,made 'personal examination, we ;have
"first the.'intervale,' - then the . Plains,'
,and still higher the ' Uplands.' By no
washing down process can these terra
ceshave been for Med, and can only be ;
accounted for on 'the principle of a
first creation in that form, on the grin
' ciple of subsidence, - or of , npbeaval. '•
If you examine comparatively,' tin,
dent beefs ofthe Merrimac on the op
posite side of the Intervale_ from where
,it now flows, ypu will find, that with
,the 'change of - its bed, it retains sub
stantially the - level: Qn the .Intervale
opposite Boscawen plain you will find
this s . triltine,ly •verifiede ,
On the wearing down hypothesis both
the. Connecticut and• Merrimac must
'have eaten down through the solid
pantie in insists places,' hundreds of
feet. The surface of the rocks show
that there has been a wave like upheav
"al of the - primary rock all over the more'
northern States of New England. -At
litid;oil village - near Nashua, N. H.,
the sera;.;; dip north-west sixty-tive de,
greei, and a little east of that place, the'
'dip of the strata is south-eaSt showing
that near Hudson is a central or anti
ciinal axis of opileaval.'". ." ..
On the coast from MaSsachnsetts to
Maine the dip Is from the shore 'north
'westerly for about ten or fifteen miles
when the dip le southeasterly changing
thus though somewhat irregularly to
the western part of the State.
licarssf..7,e mountain in N. H., plainly
shows that it was once an Island in
the midst of a surrounding sea. Prof.
Jackson, in his Gieolowy of New Hamp
shire says---" The Kearsarge mountai ir is
composed of compact mica slate rocks,
much corroded by decomposition and
. r ~
deeply furrowed by drift-SOW dud de, y;
and broad!' furrows, presentdrig ',thei-a -
pearance of having been. fel' along p , -
iod of time subjected -- to ; . I . 'ie I otipn ,•
water and-. abrasion by, Fa
,PI gl massls ,
of roalc,"saud ;arid _gravel,- i 'I e Strata
diplsortherly eighty degrees.'
4s you go up the Potomac.). ver from
Washington you pep very co spicnous
evidence of upheaval, and a \ Harper's
Ferry,.sixty miles above_ Washington,
there seems to have :beep's, :Meeting of
forces from opposite- directions.) :Says
.geologist-,w40 110 ex
-emitted the locality The rocks - which
-rise to a very lofty mend esearpnient-of
eight or , nine hundred feet, r dip in al
most every direction :,sonietimes - the,
seams appear to form round. nodules,of
Pile *hundred feet in diameter, often, are
vertical and again. become concentric.
The whole rridee lain a_ state - of great
cpnfusion."_- • , r - " 1 -•:- -
I have produced example.; enqugh to
illustrate this" part of myreubject, and
will leave it for the present. I will:add
that the whole surfece.of our"earth ,as
far as it, has been geologieally,examined
presents substantially thnsame features
of upheaval. 5' , • ' ' ..- - -
.There is one problematical ease how
ever, which I have, personally,examin
ed said which 'I will mention lit this
connection. On the ,north side pf James
river, above Newport News ufew feet
below the surface and. some eight or
ten feet above the shore bed of thoxiver
is a stratum orthe common oyster Shell
of at least- ono root in thickness. • On
the surface are numerous, piles of syster
Shells, which from their appearance
must have been the work of human s
handS, it may be of the present race, or
42f the Indians. - The stratum tinder the
surface appears otherwise.. 'ln the riper
;are extensive oyster beds.. In digging
downsome three feet en the plantation
of Capt.-Smith: wine feUr miles above
the village of Newport News this stra
tum is found,, the shells generally WS
colored and decaying and in places as
suming sinnewhat the .
black marl. , - 5 . 5 . -
liow came these shells there.? was,
this one the bed of the river and are
the ' shells now in the place of "their
growth ta-lormation? Was"the fall of
the bed of. the river, or the rise of the
da.nd as the case may be, gradual?, or
was it' sudden'? Willsomo one who
'has examined the location .more criti
cally give ;is an answer
' Wellsbora, Jan. 21, 1869.
: WOULDN'T 'GUN/ ON, SUNDAYS—On
Turkey Ayer lived Aniaqt Barker a vol..
thy iiiterant minister or the Methodist'
Church: - Besides being a fiSher of men
he waS a fisher of fish, acid also delighted
in pleaSures of chase. To him, one
fine Saturday night, - came another sou
of Nimrod, Jack Waters. .Jack woke
up:the minister by calling to hint from
the oultside. The parson put his head
out of !the door and recognized his friend
T. Barker," says - Jack‘ "fine
night for 'coon hunting. Can - you
come 6ut and have a shot?"
A 'muffled protestin a feminine voice
was faintly heard inside the house; but
thegood minister was too ardent a hun
ter to yield mien to petticoat Influence. A
moment later he appeared at the door in
hunting' trim, and tL a two 'men started
orr, although tho protest was repeated
More Strenuously, accompanied by the
aPparitlim at - the window, of ileac.; en
Spite of the rine nrgat — urrire-m-lap the,
skill of the two hunters,' luck was
against them ; and several hours had
passed before theymet with anything
worth taking home. At last the par
son descried a fine coon in a tree.
Being a sprightly and an agile parson,
he climbed up atter the animal,; follow
ing it to quite a height. At length
getting a good chance, he leveled his
" Why - don't your fire?" hoarsely
whispered Jack, alet waiting several
minutes, during which the parson re
mained sinidenly-transfixed 'neglecting
to pull thntriegerl. I
" I say Mr. Wikers," he replied,
"what time is it? Remember this is
Saturday; D igh t."
" No, it isn't," saYs Jack, Idoking at
his watch, "It's Sunday morning. Just
five minutes' past twelve. Now, tire
quick, you won't have such. it chance
"No, no, no," replies the minister;
"it won't 'do, Mr. Waters. Tod late
now,, we must come another time."
• ''But just give the coon a crack,'
"Can't . do it," said. the minister,
slowly descending ; "Recollect what
the comMandment,says; remember the
Sabbath da'y to keep it holy—coon, or
no C 0011."
So the. virtu ous, SaJibatarians went
PROGREss or A Llll—Anybody
eau. tell a lie ; but it requires a prac
,ticed baud to tell a "lie with circum
stance." For, something like four lion
dyed years—much longer for aught I
Arnow—there has beenn story floating
nbout the %valid to ,the effect that in
certainnorthern.regions the words one
speaks are frozen as soon as thy are ut
! tered.,and have to be thawed before
they can be heard. - Castilian. tells the
story as a I story ; repeati it.
Rabelais'adds that the . words,, when
frozen, fall about 'like' . hail, and are
taken up carefully in the orderin which
they fell, and placed in a frying pan to
talk. Another writer HapS that some.
of them break in being ,picked up,
and perish without , utterance.' It re
quired. the , master-band • or, Sir 'John
Mandeville to .complete the thing.—
Hearsay was far too tame for him. He
gaw the phenomenon, he says, and he.
gives you the name of the, ship he was
on board of at-the time, and the. exact
-latitude . and longitude in which the
occurrenco - took place. Growing even
more minute, he tells you that certain
of the words fell overbroad and were AO
more heard, and that the little frozen
flakes, when much talk was going 'Ol3,
were a great annoyance to the common
seamen in their work. His crowning
tritimph, - hoivever,• (sc:curs_ when the
thaw' omes.' A rude- fellow, - a boat
swain, he #rinks--lhavngswallowed - the;
camel lie - is very particular about
gnat, it will be observed 7 -had during)
the continuance of the frost: curKs.d the•
captain in a-fit ofpassien ; but as' soon
as the words began Wthaw, hie Tin!
found him out, • and lie was soundly,
beaten for his idisorderly •bolittvlor. :
Munchausen'sl version of the l story is
nninventiye compared with this.
A colored firm in N
and the senior
the folhlwiny• notice :It,
Of co-parsnips bereberi
me and Mcwes Jones
feshun, a u,ileretofo v
who ues must
: pay C
what de iirm'oes must
do flian L.; in solved.",
wandering Yankee who had put up
for the night at a hotel in a V‘restern,
border tow entering the bar-room
next morning foundlhe land lord sweep
i up; up what he supposed to be grapes.
Ile said to him : "you have pretty large
grapes gut here?" - "Grapes!" said - the
landlord, "them's eyes that were gouged
out bore last nigizt I" -
w rk, New Je r
e pecuniary em
fruve the public
"De d isholu Lion,
tre resisting twist
t de barber pro
call, on Jones, as
S'.'A . _ ,
JOBBUTG DEPARTMENT. _
Ttio ili4:o"totiodtitiesti4lll4 e
3Ta.ta a pew a varied ailso%tment of
JOB Ali CARD TYPE,
and aro prepared to oxeonto neatly tind promptly
POSTERS, HANDBILLS - , CIRCULARS, Brix.
BEADS, CARD'S, PMIPIILETI3, - ito., do.
' DoOO, Mortgagoa, Liaso6 and sluff assortment
of Cioratablbe and Jiisfloe3 l .lNanke on tau &
.• . , '• - , -', :' • 1 . . „
• Pacoi)6 living ut a, 'disiUncel oils dependon bay.
big their work dons promptly gad -sent hack in
return mail. . —•- _ '.' i•I ' -
About thirty years ago, in the town
of Co ancaster county,l made.
the acquaintance of. man named Ste
phen Smith. He had- been a bound
boy in the, family of old General Bolide,
whose residence in that town was on
the,bauk of the beautiful Susquehanna.
Columbia - was and &till is, a great lum
ber mart, the rafts floating down from
the.pine regions on the head waters of
the river, and stopping there to supply
the large demand from the surround
ing districts and country. Stephen was
a black man, about as biam as the
Egyptian wife of iiloses, the celebrated
Hebrew lawgiver. Like old Stephen
Girard, be had only one eye'; it was
not 'Uzi:Jiro eye of:.‘,..Polypheus, in the
middle of the forehead, but - in the usual
place, the other having been loit from
au accident. But it was a mighty sharp
orgauof vision. He lookedelearthrough
the lumber business, in which I knew
several persons to break up who were,
deemed intelligent teen ' • and althougll
he had no -privileges of education at. all;
he could buy mid sell with such sagadity,
that he soon becirune rich. - Themoment
his circumstances began to improve,
like our black brethren in the Southern
States., he hungered for knowledge, and
soon-came to possess It astwell as dollars.
When. th>old Boucle homestead, on the
death cif. :are proprietor, was put up for
sale, Step' en bid for it. His secret in
tention Wits to purchase the property
•and maize a deed of it to his old mistress
and her 'family ; but several rich men,
incapable themselves of..suah a generous
ant, thought the Stephen desired to live
himself in the mansion where in early
life he bad figured'aS a boot-black, and
so ran the properly up and purchased it
In due time Smith remoVed to the -
city of Philadelphia, where he continued -
'in the lumber business. One of the
first things he did was to erect a large
building tp be devoted to the well-being
,of the colored people, and-call it iu hon
or of its founder, "Smith Hall." A
mob of negro-,hating scoundrels, in one
of those tits of diabolism that so often
disgrace the history of city populations,-
borned down this building. But Ste-
`phen, conscious of his rights, and deter= , i
mined to maintain them, brought suit. ,
'against the city, and made it pay, him 1
.for the property—principalandinterest. '
, Stephehis now worth at least, a quar
ter of a million-of money, all inadelhon
estly at his business. He lives like a
gentleman', as he is, in one of his ;own
nuinerdus houses, patroniziii2 the Prin
ters, the book-eellers, and 1111 the other
trades and professions in the city. , His
taxes—county', State and National-!-
amount to some thousands every year.
In politics he is, of course,s a good Re
publican, and his means areal Ways sub
ject to draft for any good cause.
But this man, so intelligent, and pa
, triotie,and liberal with his funds, can
not vote. Why? t,Because - his skin eiS
about the hue of thoSe coffee-colora
certificates of naturalizatiou that flour
ished so conspicuously in' the history
of Pennsylvania politics last year. For
eigners who have not been two years,
in the country—who never read norun
derstand the Constitution of the United
States, nor the nature of a Repubtio- 7 :
.who did not own a hundred dollars'
worth of property, and have no 'stake
in Government—who conldneitherread
nor Write their own namps*e-such for
eigners went to the polls and exercised
•the glorious and responsible privilege
of American ettizeue, e: , ,bilo Stephen'
Smith, a native born citizen of the
United States, and every 'way qualified
to vote, *as denied the 'right. He_ e is--
not black for any act of his own. He ,
t ever was consulted by his parents
whether he would be born black or
fthite, or born at all. He Was sent for
rid came into existence" a- he is. Yet_
iti Peubsylvania such a n an as this is
taxed enormously, but is hot allowed a
say in the government he supports!
-If there is anything in • anis • world
base, and mean, and cowardly, it is the
stupid prejudice against color, Which
exist nowhere on earth • except in this
country. and :which robs-
Smith of his right to vote. If there Is
one crime against:heaven. blacker and
more unpardonable than-another, it, is
that of making distinctions among men
where God has made none. The Fath
erhood of God and the-, Brotherhood of
Man, are the two pillars of the Chris
tihin religion. Yet here are the people
o 'a State calling themselves Christians,
ribbing Stephen . Smith of a precious
r/glit, which his finher before him ex
e -Lined as a eitizen e -taxTg his property
every year by thoosaud to- support a
government in which he has no more
political privilege than ti, brute—all be
cause the, sun li:ls'looh:id l upon him and
he ,is black I
But the moment I offer a plea against
this outrage, there is a class of mean
whites who allege - that it involves so•
cud equality citd amalgamation with
the negroes. 1\ ow, equal suffrage only
places the citizens on political equality
before the law. It has nothing to, do
with social equality, for the best of rea
sons, because there is no such thing as
social equality in the world. Ici with,
and sleep With, and associate% ith 'ust
such persons as I please, and Lo oth, rs.
So do you. There, iN a great _ natural
law called congeniality of taste, which
settles thenuestionsofsocial intercourse
among men. I have broken break at
his table with Stephen Smith, and oth
er celebrated gentlemen, who were
black, and felt that . I ,was . honored as
much as they. I know, many Demo
crats and Republicans whose -political
equality I recognize, and would fight
for, but I don't-associate with them
intimately, because there is no sympa
thy between us. They don't Invite me
to their dinners, and I don't complain.
I don't invite them to my dinners,• and
they don't complain. It is birds of a
feather that flocktogethey. Alen of
opinions, like tastes, like occupations
ri:nd aspirations, -associate, , together.
What could induce a company of as
tronomers,'chemists,.geologists rind bo
tanists to invite such a man us I am to
one of Weir entertainments? God
knows I would like to sit at the feet of
such a glorious aristocracy of talent and
learniug, and catch what of knowledge
dropped frorri their lips . during one of
:their social gatherings. But I would
feel like a fish out of water, and would
be uneasy, and constrained-, and abash
ed; till I got back to my original element
of ignorance. Yet when on election day
these savants came to thepotts go vote, I
should look them squarely .in the face
without blanching—because there we
,are equal—but nowhere else.
My heart jumped for Joy, therefore,
When I that General Grant, our
- President elect, full ycomprehendeti tho,
political situation of the country as well
as he did the military at _Appomattox,
and Proposes to settle this suffrageques
tion by a Constitutional amendment,
and thus take ,the negro out ofour future
politic_.,Let us to-operatn in carrying
out this wise siwestion, and thus lay
the foundation Gf a. permanent peace.—
Vorrespondenee of t.hc Beaver Badical.
"Is Mr. Jones in ?" asked an Irish
man Of the porter in a hotel.
" No," was the reply ; " will you
leave' your name
"()eh, niurthor, do you think I'd be
after going home without a name?"
The easiest and nest way to expand
the chest is to have a good_heart in it.