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FRED'K L. BAKER.
aitrogt ant Crab t.
ETTA CAR nouns. The several pas
trains will leave the "Upper-Stati
as follower Morning train, East, al
rtes before 8; Mail.train West, 121031
trg Accommodation train, East, at (7
after 5 in the evening; the same train
West, at 39 minutes after 6, in the evening.
ileeing 406 eollAbia
MINIS new Road is now completed, and in
1 good running order, with first-Wass Pas
senger Care, and having Made arrangements
with the connecting roads Myth andrSonth,
'Weis to the travelling public a. dada and
through route, from WASHINGTON and
BALTIMORE, via Yeti, Columbia and
Reading to Allentown, Easton, and NEW
YORK, which route for beauty and Summer
Resorts should be tried to be appreciated.
Trains North leave Columbia at 8.15 a.m. M.
CC u 2.00 p. m. F.
" Arrive at Reading at 10.40 a. m. M.
"Trains South leave Reading at 6.00 a. m. A
ca 1.10 p. m.
" Arrive at Columbia at 9.20 a. to. A
VC f‘' 44 2.40 p. m. M.
Trains leave Columbia at 8.15 a. in., and
2.50 p. arrive in Philadelphia via Reading
at 1.20 p. m. and 7.05 p. m, and in New York
,at 5.10 p. m.
Trains leave Phil's. via Phil's and'R.eading
"R. R. at 3.30 p. m. and arrive in Colatiabikat
&40 p. m. -
Lancaster passengers for Relating will take
he Penn's R. it. fast line west, leaving Lan
ister at 2.20 p. m. connecting with tite R. &
. ft. It. at Landisville, and arrive in Read
ug at 4.40 p. 114.
Pu,sengers leaving Phil's, via Penn's R.
it., Mail Train, west at 7.50 a. m. a.na feet
line west, at 11.25 a. in., connect with the R.
.k C. R. R. at Landisville, far Manheim, Lit
' Ephrata, and Reading.' •
Passengers leaving York at 6.45 a. m. and
12.10 p. m. connect with the R. & C. R. R. at
Columbia, at tq,ls a, in. and 2.00 p. in. arrive
in Reading at 10.40 a. m, and 4.40 p. m. in
l'hiPa at 1.20 and 7.05 p. M. and in New
York at 5.40 p. m.
Rending passengers for Lancaster will leave
Reading at 6.00 a. in. and connect with the
"entra R. R. at Landisville and arrive at
accaster at 8.40 a. tn.
Columbia passengers for Lancaster and
ira will leave Columbia at .2 00 p. m. con:
r..t with the Penn's.. R.. R. fast mail east,.at
udiiville at 2.40 p. m. and arrive in 4eri,
der at 3.00 p. in. and PhiPa at 5.35 p. m;
13 connects with the Penn'a. R. R. fast hue
.stat Landisville at 2.55 p. m. and arrive in
liturgli at 2.10 A. M. next day.
Trains leaving New York via Central R. R.
New Jersey at 12.00 M. connect with the
t C. il. R. at Reading at 6.10 p. m. aid
rive in Columbia at 6.40 p. m.
Mr River Susquehanna at Columbia is
otit.ti by a Steam Ferry, a. NEW. 60 A T
rfsits the Arrival of the train to convey the
Is,cnurs over, the change being delightful.
esengeis by the fast line will dine at Co
"F" is for Fast Line. "A" for Accom
'. W. NORTHROP. IROWT CRANE,
ieral Ticket Agent. I General Superin't.
E PIEENIX PECTORAL;
Compoand Syrup of Wild Cherry and
&Atka bake Root,
MEL CURE THE DISEASES OF THE
1 as Colds, Coughs, Croup, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Sore Throat,
Hoarseness, Whooping Cough, 6.c.
ITS TIMELY USE WILL PREVENT
Pulmonary Consumption, .
id omen where this fearful disease has taken
ild it will afford greater relief than any
Miss Kate Vanderslice of Pottsville, 'says;
• was benefited more by using the Phrenix
ctoral than any other medicine I ever Used."
Xlias Oberholtzer, of Lionville, Chester
runty, was cured of a cough of many years'
ending by using the Phoenix Pectoral.
Joseph Lukens, of flail street, Plimilxvine,
irtifies that he was cured of a cough of two
nine standing, when all other-Medicines had
filed, the use of the Phosnix'PectoraL
Jacob Powers certifies that he has sold bun
reds of bottles of the Phoenix Pectoral, and
It all who used it bear testimony - of its
nderfill effects in curing coughs'.
robin Royer, editor ,uf the independent
anis, having used it,ltas no heiiitation in
induncing it a complete remedy for, cough,
wraeness and irritation in the throat.
The West Chester Jefersanian says : "We
•,ve known Dr. Oberholtzer personally a
lecher of years, and it gives us the greater
insure to reeommend his medicines, Inas:
ich as the public rarely have the benefit of
lily medicines prepared by a physician - of
i acquirements and experience.
Dr. Oberholtzer is a member of the Alumni
the Medical Department of the University
Pennsylvania, at which institution he grad
ited in 1854."
The Reading Gazette says: "This cough
' , led) , is made by Dr. L. Oberholtzer, of
fliftville, Pa., and it has acquired' an un
wised reputation in curing coughs. It is
:fully and skillfully prepared from Wild
my Bark and Seneka Snake Root."
)r. Geo. B. Wood, Professor of the Practice
Medicine in the University of Pennsy
inia, Physician to the Pennsylvania Haunt
,' and one of the authors of the United States
nspentaktory, says of Seneka Snake Root :
'lts action is especially directed to the lu n gi.»
The proprietor of this medicine has no much
confidence in its curative powers, irom the
testimony of hiindreds who have used It, that
he money will be paid back to ally purchaser
, ho is not satisfied with its effects.
It is so pleasant to take that children cry
,r it. •
It coats only TWENTY4TVE CENTS.
It is intended for only OEM class of diseases,
solely, those of the Throat and nngs.
Prepaied only by
LEVI OBERIIOLT7tIf. M. D.,
Sold by all Druggists and Storekeepers.
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & CO WDEN,
). 2 3 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia,
•General Wholesale Agents.
N. B.—lf your nearest druggist or Store
ieper does not keep this medicine do not let
in put you off with some other medicine,
liaise he makes more money on it, but send
Ice to one of the agents for it. L34L
- For sale in Marietta by Landis
john Jay Libhart. . .
YUBLISIIRD EVERY SATURDAY MORNING,
AT ONE DOLLAR` AND A HALF A TEAR,
Office in " LINDSAY'S BUILDING," second
floor, on Elbow Lane, between the Post
Office corner and Prang street,
Marietta, Lancaster Canty, Penn*,
Single Gbpies, with, or *Mott Winpiers
ADVERTIB/N0 . RATES: One square (10
line; or less) 75 cents for the first insertion and
One Dollar and-a-half for
fessional and Busincaa girds, of, six ltirea s orlesa
at *5 per annum.
_Notices in the reading col
umns, five ends a-line. Marriages and Deaths,
the simple announcemenkrazx .1, but /or any,
additional line; five cents a line.,
A liberal deduction made tn ,yearly and half
Having just added.a " Newilnuy Munn-,
Tim JOBBV.R Panes," together a Jorge,
assortment of new Job and Card type, Cute,
Borders, &c., to the Job Office of - , “ Tire
MARIRTTEAF,' which will insure the km and
speedy execution of all kinds of don,& CARD
Painri sr , o from the• smallest Car a to the
LARGEST Pomen, at reasonable prices.
7'o be read in five mintaes,
Moonlight evening—shady grove--
Two young people much in love.;',
Heroine with great wealth endowed,
Hero handsome, poor, and proud
Truth eternal—hearts milted—
Vows of dhangeless passion plighted ;
Maiden yields one of her tresses;
Obstacles to be surmounted, •
Happy hours pass by uncounted.
Ugly rival, old and stale,
Overhears the teddhr tale.
Morning in the east,looks,,ruady,; .
Scene—Young lady's father'a:atudy
Hero, with Ilia hat in hand,
Comes her ditto - to'demand,_
Angry parent storms, abuses,
And at once consent refuses ;
Maiden faints beneath the blow ;
Mother intercedes—no go ;
Shtieks, hysterics, piotestations,
Mixed with old man's execrations.
Exit lover midst the din; .
Ugly rival enters in.
nee—A mooalight•night once more,
Scene—Outside the lady's door,'
Lover, with half-broken heart,
Swears he'd rather die than, part,
Chamber window °polio-wide—
Debut of expectant bride ;,
Little dog most kindly !mite
Gallant steeds—too late—night's screen
Old man's rage—disowns forever-
Old man sickly—sends for
All forgiven—reconciled ;
Young man making money fast--
Old man's blessing—dies at list.
Youthful couple Prove probite—•-
Get the money—live 4n , state—
Family maaeion--4ewels, plate.
Mother's wishes crowned With joy--
Time proceeds—her ties endear—
Olive branches year by year.
Blessings on the good attend—
General gladnesi—moral end.
A. SAFE Re minister preaching
oli the subject' eiiirePresentatiods
and slander, Said': '"When profeesors
of religion BO far degrade themaeliei
and their profession as to attempt to in
jure others, by lying and misrepresents,
tion they shofildteinember that when.
the devil Wne - dhiPiting with the arch- .
angel abaut the body of Moses , the
Lord would ' not permit thO Arctpingel to .
bring a rOg lin accusation. against the=
devil ; add'ontil they can Prove that the;
individualthey wish to injure worse
than the devil, and they themselves are
better than the archanief,the „Bible re-'
. to hold their tongue and'
mind their business."
fir Why Should every minister after
having performed the marriage. ceremo
ny, put the t bride and , groom 'on the
floor and trample on them ?. Becansit
according to the tax law, matches must
be statoped. ' '
litir A. wxiier in jilabltwood es
'When people want to speak of a native
of Holland, they call :him an A.nieterdoini
Dutchman, but when 'they speak of one
of the. German race, . generally, they,
leave out the - Amster.' '
What did T 4 o t do when hie wife turn;
ed to Bat? Got a Neb one
fllttptiateitt thitollinut* gip hyr #ke gante (Artie.
MARIETTA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1865.
Are old maids' prejudices',agai,,9l4
marriages with poets att'd no*eiist, arid
writers generally, bent on any groarid
of I I t :
reason ? You yometnh j ei , h9si,
; was Byron:i timiniage;
was no better. Milton% ..tllree marri
agesTwere ~tinhappy.-7 . batupba4
wretched every way. What an angolill
How often must her heart , have, been
wrong by, husband 'as well aachildFen,.;
You know hoW unfortunately alit turned,
oat. Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton is lop:
grated from his wife. Mr. Charles
Dickens has parted fyonthits ors.
Notton,hes quitted hey „hushand.. Are,;
Fanny Kept:tie:has fled : hers., „Barmy
Pope, Macaulay, Hume, all remained
bachelors - most wisely Coleridge , '. left
his wikto starve.,;.charles..paiplkkept
out of ,the noose. Addison 'maryiod,,
and:found consolation only .in , the ; b„oh
tle.;f and, by
,a strange,. coinoidence,J
Lord , Stowell (so closely resembling:
Addison in many particulars,)• lived, hap.;
pily until, late in , life, he , inatyted.a.lady
bearing the title as the . woman
poisoned Addison% .last years. Swift
never marrieds -Bolinbroke quarreled
and parted with his,wife. Neither Pitt ,
nor, Fox was ever married. Irving was,
unMarried. Both of Sheridan% , matri n
ages ,were; unhappy.—Shatspeore's‘ will
is supposed, to , exhibit .evidence ~ o f
Axi Garniano.—This le r 'a,:teibri 'bor
rowed from ' a - story told 'by Aimiiliti.'',
A. little boy going to school was•accosft
ed by a man carrying an axe. The man
calls the boy ail kinds of pretty Und'en r
dearin g names, and induces him to tinier
a yard, where there is a grinll4lMM
"Now, my pretty little felloW," says he
with the axe ? "only turn that handy
and ieoiiii4o sanothing pretty:4', Th '
b u oy tninVand tarns, and the Mfin 1'3'194'
the l afie ig the 'stone and poliis watek 9
overt till the axe is ground. Straight
'V& ' and
way he turns with strident Ice .
fiercmgesture , on the boy ; :.l'You amp
dored little miscreant," he cries, "what ;
do yon mean by playing truant from
school?. You deserve a good thrashing.
Get,you gone' this instant'!" "And af
ter.this," adds Vranklin,„"whea alai-.
body flattered me I always thought he
had an,axe to grind." , T
er A humorous chap thus describes
how he got out of a '!scrape" in a PoliCe
o.Tho , next merning,,the.qudget , the
Police Court sent for me. Went doWni
and he received me cordially. , I I aid he'd ,
hear& of-the wonderful things I. buid an
complished 'at Bryan's Hall; and , •lie . was
proud of me—l was a profiiising youOgi
man, atoPall that. Then boloffered the,
toast ::'Guilty or not = guilty r , I ,res
ponded in a brief but eloquent , speech,-
setting forth the importance of the oc
••. • • i -.-
casion that had brought tis togeth er.
Attiiiihe ceremonies, I rOarie;fttie city
~Two sides .to•-a speeck.--Charles
Lamb;4sitting next•soine woman At din
ner, dbservingl49• didn't attend to her,
"limcdon'keeem," said libe lath, '"to
be at nil the better for what I am say
ing to,youl" "No;"ma'am," he, answer
ed, "but this, gentleman on the side of
me riaust,,for it all came in at ,one ear
and went out at the, other I" , •
The following order, verbettiin et
aeration, is said. to havd been eceiv`ied'
by an undertaker from an afflicted wid:
ower': • r
"Sur : My waif id'ded, Akil,wants
tieberried morro. W111:101;
U noMi,werr to dig ilia Itole—t)ftlie aide
of my tootrther waifs—Let it be dedp."
on seine stibject'olf which let - feelingsl
were enlisted, "how gladly -I would nth.;
brace an, opportunity=" "Would, I
were an opportunity ipierrupted her
believe Stimbo's got no
tenth in , hime" "Yon don't know
dere's indreltidth datmigget'dan `all
de rest on de plantation." "How`-dO ,
you make dot ?" "Why, he ndbber lOoa
aligr The Poet Campbell, when , urged;
to writer iti a -lady's ireplied, ,
"An original something, .yott ,
should win. Alas 1 I fear , there is 'loth-
frig origiarilla pie; etcatiting' origina/
d ir We frequently hear of our geuer
als capturing "pli;i:ces. of artilter.y."
"What's the nee of 'continial4
III,g ~p2,e9es ma. 4 -. aquagon,
"WilfroCoattiire whole difeth"
Pm.50f (1 1 3 91 1 .. of t.lie•llerieo f.Otto
00 , Insat favorite RF9 l Ponaoe of Pods%
They are most, provided between, the
hours of Aye and six in summer, during
which time a select military !)#to,:per
form in the-midstopf an open circle left
ainififeritiel Wes; vithzlithio tows; } of
diSgtB4 ntilingbd itironnd. In the ,
shadiAre ditirrillisiiint at their ~w ork;
Srliiterteitifelabd chiliVelli swarm every
where in hundreds. Some curious scenes :
are, l oscasioually / witnessed. man
sometimes visits the PrdePff , , who
pßare' on fainiltar terMs with all the
birds heaVea appears with
fo f oll ia his harm, and '
Ludes alight . and upon ',him
and manifest the utmost fearlessness
.atid I.The eight reminded zinc
of what I hat !seen at; Venice eon' (1 , 184- ,
• erscile.f two''',o'clock ',the 'sky- is
' darkdried -lby flighted pigeons; who , sr
rive from every - oftener partake of
the foodirhiCh has been. provided •foc!
theintat the-public ; expense ftom time ,
immemorial. Last ISIIMMOr 4he'Prince
thousandlmpel el gave a fete to l many ;
children in 'the ',Private :garden. T h e re
,I 1 r 3._
wereisopentars off sweet eakeeartfi rtv
area sweet, drinks provided. Bat,
all times, in fine weather, there is an
ceasing fete in the public gardens.
Eivenuirt ,thezerliffet , -ayou will bee , afed
people dune inks thomse !mem in , thee ecrth:o
ern; aspect in-the: summer: , after
noohmeverr &Lairds," cfcenpied, land .
neath. , the leafy' avenues, 'anti- on.•4hb
brbadieriaces,sudifithe.alley of orange
trees, are stationary! groupa or ,Moving
masses with" every variety of color and
d i ress,*jebiSerintilit Mill - A' it:lid it L iikile4n
Wonvn ,o , lltrowino.—The
may.tit one.time:oit another be , ionetivf
nee to every one : .
box tterty-fonr in
e by ,sixteen
ice an twenty
:oxtweniyfSr in ches
ie6oaretrasixtden inched de
A box twenty-six inches by fifteen and '
a half•fnches square,' and• eight inches
deep ; will oontabrone bushel.
A Nix tafelire , inches , by eleven' and a
half-inches Square. and . iiind inches`deep,
will contain half a bushel:•
A „boxeight inches by,eight.and one
forirth inches , sqnstre„ and eight inches
deep wi ll ROM 4 ,Peek• . •
eight,„inphes by eight inches
square and four inches deep, kilpontain
A box seven inches by eight
siinare and r four and one Sight inches
will contain half a gallon.
A fins four ifichsei by tour inches
square and foiir 'add one 7 fouith inches
deep, will contain one quart.
A BUKEYE Svouri--The Columbus
Jourpal tells que!sr, 4ory,abou.l.„
amerried , couplei !licit plueo. The
husband is,a tyrant . ~87,Q1111g do
ring , a recent severe storm, his wife was
vielting a neiglitior and' 'ivhan 'she ar
o eighbor ; 7
plied .0 ap
hnebaod ptetendednot to
Sid thieateited'io int o the well' if
he did not, open the door. Having no
idea she would , do so, he obstinately ie.
fused to Waled 'to 4eCogrtize her ; so
shetook , alog and , plunged it' into the
well, and'siinultanednsly twith the splash ,
it made, she placed herielf by the >side
,thedoor:;,!and as soon as , her. husband
darted out: in hie night clothes, she dar n l
ted in. 1°4,0 4 the :deo; and declared .
that . * did not know him ! She froze,
him till he was penitent, and then let_
the,aotions Ora' man'eAlife,
his-marriage doer the least camera; oth
erapeople ;, ,of all the actions of a:
man's !ileitis thw'most meddled w#ll by
or Life is a constant struggle for'
riches, "which vie dnist= soon leads `he
hind. ' They seouri; giiron/ to use as tha
nureelgivinifft , plaything to•• a child,- to ,
anilise`it , until Fit falle:aslnep. •
~44rJ t ns, p? order our conversplion
in the world that we may live when we
are.dead in the affections of the best -
and leave an honbrable"testimony in the
diiiialees t of the *drat. ' '
Air Form - pe t upright,, genuine
solve, and it will uplift into , higher eir
tour whole heing.
f,,ar 41 - 4144qhP 1 .4 F , • yon
meet Ag,(IYF/10. is not Fery. • shy,
yon had better be shy yourself."
Nexer=despair,liE the stream of
7410.1ifte AfkOzetial.Puko ll ,l3.kgiteki, 1/:
Stuff for Smiles.
Dobbs says the first time s gilt kissed
him, he felt as if he was sliding down a
rainbow, with Yankee Doodle •in each
Etrery. wooden leg , Which supplies • the
loss of a , limb lost in!&battle, is n slump'
speech against all war.
rr a woman mints — Co keep her husband
at home, let
,keteenfl.fiita, to. the, top o
the ho w and talteaway the, ladder.
An editor,out west has married a •gir
named Church ; he saye.that he has en
lozodtnnve , 4appinlies, since he joined
the C hurch than : he ever did in his life
A wag ageing a lady at a party with
a very low l necked dress and. bare arms,
eAprpsse,dhts cdmirationi br.sayiag she
"ont r striped" the whole party. .
An exchange sayt that the Hon. H.
11i.! Wise bin 'recently married, To any
dear bit'clilelor friendt'"lniltiuk tinttlieen
two opinions; "we say,."GO and do like
' Atk Alabama
r, giv es an account
u 04e ~
of thii Orcrce of a wnn) an frOm her hus
band, a -
, ~ r • rut lt seem s s "would
, u l nt stay-pai, , ... she
The man Fho made a shoe for .the
foot of a nionatain, is.now engaged on a
.hat for the lead*or a discourse; after
whickhe 'wilt, manufacture . :plume dor•
An urchin reading. about a singular
gentlemaagn schdol, was asked'Wthe
teedher 'What ' 'the lexgiession tnieant.
'TM) Man'WhO'beata the drum, to the
‘ i 'marClCoflitaW," is now jettining,to play
the "horn of phinty:"' The' Pboi fellow'
recently lost his Mght, and is, now,led
bithe'do l fs Wharie'"liarlt lion the C."
. - -
The hotels of California , are rather
pricnitive. A.frieud of, ours pat up, at
.oiie-unar the mines. That readers'
may have some idea,of his.hedroora furi
nitore, we would state that he washes in
half a pumpkin and dresses hislair with
a curry comb.
A young man in: 'California, whose
NeW England friends: had ceaSed to
corteapond with him, woke up their •in
threat =by sending :lettere to business
men in his :native place inquiring the
price of large faral,.. Seven affection
ate letterS :came from his. friends'bY re
turn of post, and two or three a day
have come - ever sinci,lhclading ono from
an old (itild.'"coild)•iniiethEia'rt.
An bid footman having read Lindley
Murray, w,as afterwards very pteelse in
his antionneitmentei when ushering in his
visit Ore: one occasion a geriilenum
by the name of Fente,,with a daughter
on each arni„ waNsh,owtOuto the =draw
iteuroom willt,this,lntrndnetion :
Foote, arta4494wS 1 4itistke Feet
felloviril,standing in the para.
quette Of a theatre; was irepeatedly t de:
sired ,t,XI sits.down ttint:would noel-when
a voice from, the obecondo circle =edlled=
tout, "Let hinialonrrhe's a tailor, and
he's' testine hinidelf." • . " •
A shrewd obleiver says, "I got friends
and Menage to keep thein by not asking
them for anything You
can't ask anything's:Aix:Ain that he'loves
tii`give more,itrilfAhlit'ciste him less
31. r. and Mrs. prnwer,-, of , Wayne
county, Kentucky, have twenty-two
children. This is the most extensive
brewery in the West.
Why , ,is the assessor, of taxes the: boa
man,in the : world.? BOCallan he,-iic sup
posed never to un-underrate anybody:
A young lady slitinld.take heed when
an admirer bends lb* nefOre het:: . The
bent beau is daogeroria.
If a , lsdy is asked how.many rings she
harkshe can say with truth_ there's .no,
end to them. •
CONIINDROI6.-Wiy cannot two HMI
de; persons 9yer bacome great friends , ?
Because they will aiways be ~alight
Why is a crow a brave bird"? , Be-.
cause he never shows the white feather.
Why is a person who never lays' a
wager as bad ,as: a regular gambled
Xteeause he is no better. '
Why is dough like the sun ? Bair
when it rises, it is light.
• Imo - :"I think.l have seen you before,;
sir—ave you not .o.3ven Smith rs• Kit;
yes, I'm owin' Smith, and owin' Jones;
and owin' - Brown; aud-owin',every.boil,"
e he 03,0ek.-or Revelatituis;
Death iq represented as mounted mu uar
white horse, but in these-days. ,he rides
VOL. XI.----NO. 34.
Mrs. Lofty keeps a carriage;
She has dappled grays to draw it;
None have I.
She's no prouder of her coachman
Than am I,
With my blue-eyed, laughing baby,
I bhle his face, lest she should see
The cherub boy, and envy me.
Her fine husband has white fingers ;
He can give hie bride a palace ;
Hers comes ho - me beneath the starlight ;
Ne'er cares she.
Mine comes in the purple twilight ;
And prays that He who turns life's sands,
Will hold , his loved one in His hands.
Lofty hasher jewels.;
She wears hers upbrt her bosom ;
She will 10fte)v . at death's portals
Fshall.bear the treasures with me
. When I die';
For I have love and she has gold ;
She counts her wealth, mine can't be told
Sbe'hiis thoseivho love her station ;
But I have one true lead beside me ;
I'd not change it for a kingdom;
Go'd will weigh it in the balance
By and by;
And then the difFerence He'll define
'Twiit Lofty's Wealth and mine
cr On one of the nights that Napo
lebn spent at Charlbtteburg, during his
campaign in 'Germany, "his slumbers
were disturbed, In Frederick William's
dining-room, close. to -the conqueror's
bed .ehapber,, there stoods large musi
cal,clock, which, admirably imitated a
bid, octratupets. At . midnight the row
began ; trumpets echoed , through the
Palace . ; the, servants, the adjutants,
Napoleon himself leaped out of bed,
and every put* believed it a surprise.
But soon everything was quiet again,
and no pue could make out where the
trumpets were. Sentinels were posted,
a pait of the adjutants remained up,
and at , one o!clock there , was the same
row again; this time in one of the rooms.
They rushed in, and the innocent clock
was detected +before the tune was ended.
Napoleon the Great, the destroier of
the Prussian monarchy, sleeping in the
palate of the Queen of Prussia, and
frightened by' musical . clock.
Qua FLAG.—The starswf the new flag
represented the constellation of "Sta
tes" rising in the West. The idea was
taken from "the constellation of Lyra,"
which, in the hands of Orpheus, signified
harmony. The blue of the field was ta
ken from the edges of the Covenanters'
banner in Scotland, significant also Of
the leagneand covenant of the United
Colonies against oppression, Incidental
ly involving 'the virtues of vigilance,
perseverance and justice. The stare
were!disposed in a circle, symbolizing'
the perpetuity of the Union ; the ring,
like the circling serpent of the Egypt'.
ens ) signifying eternity. The thirteen
stripes showed the number of the Uni
tild Colonies, and denoted the suberdin,
&gob of the States to the Union, as well
as equality among themselves. The
whole was the blending 'of the various
flags Of the army, and the white ones of
the floating batteries. The red color,
which in Roman days was the signal of
defiance, denotes daring, and , the white,
SLEPLE REMED/83.---A correspondent
of the Boston Journa/ Communicates
the 'following :
Btirits.—Dip the affected in cold
water, then , into common wheat flour,
and so on alternately, until a thick coat
formed so as.to exclude the air,
tluitt bind tight with a cloth and wet
with cold water.
thertu.—lf . 9ou wi sh to save your
lovecroues from that dreadful disease,
use-eleohril, gaigle•with it, and perhaps
drinks Medbrate quantity, It will cure
as sore as4ster will pet out fire.
The oldest min in the world, is
said to be now living. in (Jaladonia, in
they State of Wieeonsin. His name is
48ep4 , Qmpiciin i ti his age is one hundred
e i nd thirtynino.years. He has lived .in
Wisconsin forTxtre than a century and
sys.s,,tirst.married‘in. New Orleans one
'hundred and nine years ago.
So do I.
Mine a cot.
So bOve I.
Glad am I.
No, not I.