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BY FRED'K L. BAKER.
AT ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF A 111 D,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
vlit t , fa " LANDSAY% 13tuntschn,second
)601^ , Olt Elbow Lane, between , the Post
Office Corner and Front-St:, Marietta,
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Writ Tram RAxhit Qne eqls are (10
lime, or less) 75 cents for the, first insenion arid
Ono Dollar and-a-half for 3 insertions. pro
fe►eiosal and Business cat de, of six loco or y es ,
at Ci per annum. Notices in &seeding .cok
omits, ten cents a-line. Marriages and Deathis,
the simple announcement, b 4 < or 'any
additional lines, ten cents a line.
A liberal deduction made to may end half
Having just added a " NawstraT
T.Ue Tommie peen," together with a large
sasottment of new Job and :Capp type; dais,
Borders, &c., he,- to the Job Office of " THE
,Itta RI ETV A N," Buttes aril ne, and
epeedy execution of allkinde of Joe ,dlr. CARD
Parsrra et, from the, smallest . Card to the
ARGEn POSTER, at reasonable '
LANDIS ik -TROUT.
Landis 1r pout
Landis 6- Trout
tlt the "Golden Mortar," ,
At the , 'Golden Mortar,ti , " .
Market St ree t,
Market Street, Marietta,
Keep constantly on h.etna
Keep constantly 6004
Fan ey Articles,
Patent Medic tines,
Coal Oil Lamps and Shades;
Rowe & Steven's Family Dye Colors",
Shoulder Braces and Trpsics,
Papers and Periodicals,
Books & Station ary,
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Remember the place,
Remember the-place, . -
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Give us a call..
Give us a call.
JACOB LIBHART, JUN.,
AND UNDERTAKER, MARIETTA, ::PA
7 OULD most respectfully take this meth
od of informing the citizens of Marietta
and the public in general, that, having laid in
a lot of aetisoned Lumber, is now prepared to
manufacture all kind.s of
in every style and variety, at short notice.
lle has on hand a lot of Furniture of his own
soinufactuie, which for fine 'finish and good
w orkatanship, will rival any City make.`
Ct' Especial attention paid to repairim7
lie is also now prepared to Attend,. An ID Its
branches, the UNDERTAKING- tinniness, be
ing supplied with an excellent Herse; large
and small Biers, Cooling .Pox, &c.
10 'COFFINS finished iu any, style—plain
Ware Room and Manufactory, near Mr.
D inTY's new building,. near. the ''Upper,Sta
tion,i) !Amiens, •Pa. . [Oct. 22.
Strifitntr an er, nbipitux.
Wootn most respectfully take this tnealicof
informing his friends and the public generally
that he has commenced the drawing of
DEEDS, ' •
and in fact everything in the Con vETAnci so
line. 'laving gratuitous intereoum with a
membe r of the Lancaster Bar, lie will be 'ena
bled to execute legal instruments of writing
He can he found at the office ,of
'LA PaTIA lqi—" Lindsay's Building,” (sec
ond her) near the Post Office corner,, : or at
his residenc e on Market street, half a square
west of the ~ Donegal House," Marietta.
IQ-Blank Deeds, Mortgagesaudgurnta.and
teaseettlways on hand and for sale- -
DB. J. Z. HOFFER, ,-
THE B TORE CHI4...EGE
OF DE NT A L SU/IGt/ITI
LATE OF EARRISIEWRG
OF F I CE:—Front street, next t!lOpe to IL
Williams' Drug Store, between Loeunt
ass Walnut streets, Columbia.
DR. WAI. B. FAIiNESTOCK,
OFFICE;— MAIN-YTy nr..A.atv OPPOIII 4 TE
S P l ngler & Pktterson's Store.
OFFICE lioußs. FROM To BA. M. ,
" 6 .To 7v. B.
tI 4 .NIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT wi
R:— 24 Rolm! = Y'V'T
?PPosite the C ourt House, where Dui he will tat
tarind to theac
p bran rtice of his profession in 11Wito
fi L. BAKER., Seriviner. All- kinds of
• Legal instruments prepared with' care
and a a . r 4e uraeY. Ho Can be foundWH
het he Mariettlan!" 141•Hidistrs'Build
n the - Post Oita' Corimr , and
1/ 0 4Eltil long celebrited GIN S
ll• D. 13F,NJ41ION.
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1 Jr .
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Why we• amid Wear Beards.,.-
There are more solid inducements tfor
wearing the heard than the mere im
proVem n or man's perional appearance
and the cultivation of such an aid to
the every daT diplomacy of life. Nature
conibinitig Eta ate never faild to do; the
useful wit h the Ornamental, provides 'us
with r afili better resgirator than science
could eierintike,''end one that is never
ed hideous - to * livear . : al' 'that' . 131 : 41t seal
irgon the fa <e that loOkelikti a passport
to the reit : nig of` suffering and death.
The 'hereof tfie'idoustadhe t i o t t , only ab
setts the mbistitie ancr l iailitiiria of the
WO, but it arsine' the Mt frii - rn dust and
boitt : of our great siiitiky It acts
also in the most scientific mannet, by
taking heat from tilirwarm breath as it
leaverthe cheet;:and tolthe
cold air takiin'ircilt is riot Only a re
epirator,bat with tit& beard entire we
ate provid'e'd with' a aoinforter as Well ;
and these are never• left :at home, like
umbrellwand all such appliances 'when , .
ever therare witutad.-
ingitone, the AfriCan exploreri, and ma
by-otheilravellers, say Wit•in the'nigla
no wrapper can equal the beard: 'The
remarkable -thingis, too, that 'the beard,
like the hair of-the head, protects
-against , ; the heat-of thesttn ;it acts as a
thatch doewto an lee-Waft; :but; more
than We, it- becom is , moist' with the
perspiration, and -thou, ibyii evaporation
coma the skin: pan whoiaccepts,this
protection of nature may face the.rudest
storm and the hardiest winter. He may
go, , froutthe -hottest room into the !cold
eW air without any, dre,.d.; anti we- idri•
lybtilieve le•tnight sleep in a> morass
with:impunity—at least..lis:- chance of
escaping the tecrible fever,wcield be bet
ter than his beardless companion's.
Pogn,lar Nam,es•of. atates.
Virginia; the - OldlOhmiairtn,
•Massachusettti; the Biirstate,
Maine, the B.Jrder state,
Rhode , 'Lltind;Little Rliody, •
New York„the,Eutpire state,
New Hampshire, the Granite state,
VerrnOnt, the Green Mountain state,
' COnnecticut, the Land'of Steady Ha
Pennsylvania ; the. Keystone state,
North Carolina, the Old North state,
Ohio, the Buckeye state; •
`South Carolina, the Paluietto state,
Michigan, the I#9lyeriiiv. state,
Kentucky, the C9rn-Orackcir,
.Delaware the Blue Hen's Chicken, ;
Missouri, the Puke state,
.Indisna, the Hoosier state,
Illinois, the Sucker state,
lowa, the Hawkeye state,
Florida„ the Peninsular state,- •
• Texas, the Lone star state.
MARRIAGE. NOTICEB..—A Weetern -pa
per gives the following notice : —"All
notice of marriages, where no bridanake
is, pont, will.ba set up in, small type, and
; poked in some outlandish:ginner of the
paper. Where a , landsome piece of
cake is sent, it , will be put conspicuously
in latgeletters ; when gloves or -other
bride favote are m:lded; a piece of
trative poetry w t ill_be i gi7tan additipp:-
Wh( s m, however, the editor attends th i ty
ceremony in propria person, and ;kisses
.the bride, it will have especial notimf--
very large type, and,themost appropri
ate poetry that can be begged, borrow
stolen, - or coined . from the brain edi
eir The vicissitudes of a sailor's life
are: painfully exhibited in the recent re
turns to the English , Board" , of Trade.
Of forty - s even thousand seamen ' whose
( names are recorded during the twelve _
years erdiug.l.464, tio less_ thin twenty
,thousand died from drowning ; and more
than two thousand.from accidents.of va
• dolts binds
skir A man has just taken out a pa
tent for Intairiond hate 'they would, he
says, preserve t the iirVarers front being
ran oror,by cabs„at „ night, and,wooid, to
some extent,, enable. a saving of the
lighting : of streets •with,gaa to be. effect
ed,.--Loadon. Paper: • .
6/1 - ‘' Imournlormy bleeding conn-
Cry," said' it .oertaid tinny contractor. to
"So you onKlit yon , ecoundrel, ' replied
Sheridan, "for nobody has bled her
morelhau you." . •I,
At tbo czrcae, women ,jumji,R: l , l ,lan
,ttipoxighloope e In society tl4-IcIPIP
into Ahem. Ana 'stick there., •
Sir gold is , the only idol that wor-
Wiped lands' without- a - temple,
and by all sects williont . bypicrisy.
MARIETTA, .:.SATURDAY 'MORN IN' a ft 44CT08ER , ' , 7:18 9 66
_ I was ITed up in_ the of the
marvelous, or ta!e stapict o ir e opkrfel, as
My unclOica4oo 411, 1 k,„rel a te an
anecdote ; in point, ,- ,, Pcnip,,,gcptlemen
mere diningitagetber,:and.rel4ing their
traveling adventures,; one of them dealt
so much pn the marvelous that it induc
ed another to give him aleineu..,
" I was onciii,;" said he, "engaged in e
,Party" in America;;l ad
yanced tee fiir, was separated from my
friends, and sew three Indiens,in pursuit
'of ate ; the horrors of thetomehawk in
Atl ng i.. !.!
the hands orary savages, took poss
ession of my mind. I considered for a
moment What was •tolbe dime ; most of
usieve life, , aed mine was -both 'preciots
and useful to my family;. I wes swift of
feet; and' fear added to my speed. Af
ter looking bank, for the country was an
open one, I. at length , perceived that
one of-my enemies had outrun the oth
ers, and the well-know, saying _ , of 'divide
pnkconquer,' occurring, to, me, I slack
ened my speed, and allowed him to
- come pp ;,- , we engaged in mutual fury;;
I hope none here ( bowing to his Audi
tore) will doubt the result ; in a few
minutes he lay e'corpieat my feet. In
this 'short space of time; the two Indian's
had advanced upon me, so I tookiiiin
to my eeels—not from cowerdice; I can
in truth' declare-:-Aut with the hope of
'reaching a neighbo'ring woed, "ihere
knew dwelt alribe friendly to the Eng-
lish ; this Wipe,' IfeweVer, I was forced
togive up ; for, on looking back, I saw
hone kt,f'iny pursuers far before the other.
I waited for hini, recovering my almost
eahauste.d breath, and soon this Indian
shared: the fate,- of the first:.:. I had now
only one enemy to deal with ; but If
fatigued, , and being- near the , .-wood",11 . ,
was more.desirous-to -Baia my own life
than to ,destroy another of my fellow
creatures. I plainly perceived smoke
Curling up,amongst the 'trees, I redoub
lediny speed, I prayed to heaven, I felt
inured my prayers would be granted—
but at this moment the yeti , of the In
dian's voice sounded in my , ears—l even
thought I felt his warm breath—there
was , no a choice—l turned round—'
Here the gentlerben, who bad related
the:wonderful stories at first, grew 'ire
petient Past• his- endurance;. he 'called
out. sell, sic, and you killed him also ?'
dr, he.killed •
44 , ,
A MET OF' YOUTHIIiii3TO are IVO
lit= - -,
inen•vige cabnot - grow' om enoldt--- who,
Without'anY epecial effort, remain always
young and attractive. The' nimber is
smaller than it should be, but there is
still §. sufficient number to, mark;the
wide,difference between this class and
the other. Allitkriste t rAtof this-petpe.tpal
yeti* lies AO in
_beauty, for 80108 , is:gm
en possess it W.ho are.,littt at ail; hand
some ; nor in,dress,:fer they are,=fre
quently careless in that respect, so, far
as ihe mere arbitrary dictates of fashion
are concerned ; nor in having eothing
*to do,Tor these ever young women are
always as busy as lieek,'tind It iii" Very
well known thalidleness will-fro-people
into , old age, and ugliness-,,faster than
overwork. The,charm,-iire imagine,kies
in ti. sunny temper—neither more or less,
Oe'blesiied` gift - of always '`looking oh
• tit t eliiiglit tilde Wilk, aid& tif dtretching
the mantle of charity oitir'eVerybedy's
faulte.anif failings. It idnet iiiiieh''ef e
liecrei; butit:is. all 'that - 4e - bave been
able to discover, and we have wet:Cited
stick with, great in terest„ and_ a, dotermi
hati,in to report truthfully for the bene
fit of the rest of . the sex. ..P. j a - NEV .
provoking that it is epmetkipg. which
cannot,be.porked4w,tind „sold : for,. Afty 1
Peol 3 -a-,POttg+ PA, t V, ,this is 49P980:.
,ble,,wlty„the mosl,ec ! es will kave I to
keep on growing as ugly and disagree
able as possible. -
A: 13 4PP.:44.ettlxl — A-P914 gentlefeen
was relating ; story of one of yPef-rftheif
horse, half alligator!! St. Lawre,noe boat
men.. "He, Jilqd, , -Yee44 l ,; -sea he,
4e,:akopd under an oak in
wPeel 1 , 4 8 .14 11 ,Lning- Btr4ok
,tree, anChe.d_o44o.4 eeFenteen :times,
whpo ,finOing ognlstnot. clock° it'apj
Jo4lagPrillPo o 94..andotßek Pine claps ,on
tlar "Qome till America, Psif I"
c writee alkou of the„Eateraliljele to his
friend 'tika fine country,to
get a living .in. „A.llle, have to
.49 is to
,gota ,three-ooparatil,l4%,anttilk it.
tiosl„carry it ttll,.the lyop. ; or a ,four
ffitoFYlbuildingi.aad,thg 1 4.gl:Lett , ;. top
Isr tells di; that the life
"v. ~—• r
'of a nob ?ld baCheler ePlendid
breakfast a tolerable flit dinner and' a
* mint miserable sutoper,
go en Verns L riliatha ah l trual fo t itt *mt. Ctrit.
A Marvelous Story.
.„........: ... --r. , ..-.
The following circumstances happen
ed in Cedar county lowa •.
A certain young man being out on a
coo#irigergedition came late onSun-
day.everiing,ind pi order. to keep hie
secret from lie young acquaintances
dee coed to. beat lki. bright and 1
ear3ll.9e rfayblierning:7l;orinted on
his lior4i,dressel in, his Ana white aim-
mer mots and pther fixings in .propor-
tion,lie.irrfied at the residence of his
inamorata, Were he, was kiudly , receiv
ed 'and his t horse properly , cared for---
being turned into vesture.. The • night
Rased away and three o'clock ,in the
morning arriied. '''' '''
Three 9',clock., was the . time for hiin
to depart, so that o he might arrive at
home before hineOrerades were stirring.
He sallied' forth to, the paitnie to catch
his : horse,, bat there was a difficulty- zz the:
,kigh arid loaded, with dew.
To venture,in.witk white pautaloopri,on,
would, rather take.,tke . starch;, out , 9f
them and • lead to . , his • detection. It
would not do to;go in wit_hbiewhite un
mentionables, 'kola quickly: made- his
resolve. Be.carbfully, disrobed. himself
of hie valuable whites , and. placed Ahern;
safely on, the fence, whil e l heiguie , chase
with .nnscreened.ped a; through. thei wet
grass after lis horse.; - -
`Returning to the fence where he' had
safely suspended his lily_ unmentionables. :
0, horrible dictitl. iwhat a sight 'le met .
his , eyes-1.- Thet.fleld into which his'
horse:had. been turned?was - not only:2a!
horse, but a calf; pasture too, and the
naughty calves; attracted by.tke white
flarkon .the fence, had. -betaken. them-
settes : •;to it, and, calf-like; ;held -:eaten
ithetw.hp 1 ..Only,a few well-chewed frag- 1
tents of this oAce'veluable portion of
the i ward-robiVcr etined=only a --lbw
' to indicate-What
they once' kiiilf4;!;?' What ., a- pickle
was thialbi-s*ae‘: , ' , .:'.apikn to be in!
It was nowdaylfght, , and.the: 'farmers
were up," and 7ciur. hero 'far - from house
with no,coVering forAis "travelling ap.
paratne." It wouldmot' do - to trim baCk
to the house of his lady-love, neither
go to town in:that , plight: -There 'was
only one resource left to him ; that ' was
to, secret himself in-the• bushes for some
time, audit may =be' imagined that his
feelings toward the , calf kind were•pot
of the most friendly character. iti.,conse
quence. But, ere - long, his seclusion
Wig destined , to beziktrude& By
and-by the boys, who 'had beeri' out' to
feed the ealves, tett/rued - With the rem
emits • ofj"the ideritider White garment
which` hat'adoined the ilewer life' of
their late Visitor:- • ' -`
Theiwere mangled anttornlo'shieds 1
'ln inquest Was iMMediately. told ciiei
Sombrawfulfate eat:l - befallen the
man. -The. neighbors' were sumbioned!
:search for themavgledii`orpse,:anill-the
posse, =with dogs and -arms, set hilt . vitth
airspeed. , - The.pistureawas thoroughly
scoured,' and thbn the:adjacent thickets;
when lo ! our hero was driven , frogn
lair by the keen Sant of the dogs, all
safe Add sonfid,"rdirhis the [filen'.
Atkixplatiittion tlien' in' sued at ilia
expense ot Oti c ebeio, - Liiiliciiiittio63s
ful in •theVniiiiiilli int:tried 'ilia. lady, and
is now lyitig one Of the
1 4ce,n 11 541 1 P0Fir.0-:9f•cne' of ; the
city fathers of New Bedford, Iliasse,tpre
-itt - a birth:= Alttirpreliiiiiid that lirevibue
-ly 6:cat had; :given. , birth' - a litter of
-kitt'ene,;WhiChlitwith" , the , 4xcefitioitt of
'one; ;were 'eumnitril,Hisp °Veil f the
banal The rdedighted ; father took
hie t little danitterfifourleurevof age;* to
see.' her neat. relations.vl She lookidr7it
the diminutive little Iminol:al:few- itd:#
mante s when, turrilirg to her father,. she
: j ariCyou
1. 1 14 11 Poqo&ba 1 119 0 -9 1 :1 1 1 6 WO) ja
1 4f1J10 13 k §l9/ B ePißg infant?
The Rocky Mountains. Who wag the
firstlittle boy-mentioned in the Bible?
OA th`d".terk.tr"The 7 Zookd
'tile fax: they Obnibliind4ie
lear A apectatoieate4N - ewpoit, 'lotting
a roan Sonia 'distance -fiord ihp.= shore,
bathing; °expresso& ~a pprehbosions. dor
his safety, whenivbystander remarked,
‘ l Therlis nofiaollsl r =his - helfd - will buoy
li n eitiib;
five balls 16'cied '& B cbigioliefr )4 / ' 43E6 I
musket 4:7h97 1 ,Ari I' i: C a n °n
gulls.?" !" bat, kirolpr
: balls; tbtin ‘!"
long been a
whether the pees ler war cry of the mos
((Alto was produced froth "Whatevei' it
has:ip the way of lunge,or was merely
Caused ef its
'4.2.party who inclined to the-for
iCer ACeland that he
won no ob to the mosquito hold=
ing a sanicitizigrf festlial.tipcin his 6°4 ,
irlie did not always aay grade before
meat, an eminently , facetious remark.
But, nevertheless, it is.,certain thet„the
here Of the blood thirs tyinsect t
duced by its wings, a feet sufficiently
. 41e Cessation of the sound
when he alights to begin his Cannibalis
tic repast. " - •
It has been ascertained by an instill
ment'callved the eite'ne; 014 a Mosquito's
wings vibrate at the rate of fifteen'thou
sand times iksecond, the •pitch of the
note produced 'being more than two oa
tavos'above"tT e *giegt
octavo piano. nip wing of a mosquito
is.so. thin that fifty thousand , placed one
upon the Other,, would, not form )rap
more thF4 a quarter .
,whosleted thatthe mosqiii;
toes, in Atialati,cl!COUnth '3NqW;, P'erSCY,
made a noise like the. passing qf a rail-.
-road train, and -that they FM. InO l O l P.
bit of clinching ,their stings in the bodia,B
of small children and carryinethem_ciff,
to be disposed
,of at leisure, was guilty
of a heartless and base prevarication.
There is also. no With in the report that
'they eat oxen in the fields and•thea take
wsiesta on the lance, picking their teeth
with one 'of horns.; - • •
THE WATERFAI2L.--40D20401)y EtEDOUE
gas, throeg h .the. Boston papers, that the
"waterfall "r. has lost caste, at, length
with the fashionatiles, and will be, gra4-
ually withdrawn front the toilet whenbv-,
nr,a more classical , mode of hair-dressing
shall have been -invented to -take its
yahoo. Supposing such announcement
ta•be reliable, we;feel inclined, on' the
score-of: taste; ;to 'regret thafiat ;. fcir the
4 1. waterfall,": with all the absurd elabor
,ationi affected by some ,wearers, is real
ly' a graceful device. • It differs , from al
most all preceding - styles, in -toeing at
• least passably 'becoming to all, sorts .of
faces and is surely more piquante
feet than any of the
.old style , Ahead
dresses" and nets:- But if capricious
Fashiiin:hatrdbcid'eil against 'the ~"'wat
erfall," of Coniewitinust 'give way--to
something 'non /and the " artistn " in
venting thelattar will fie sure of a for
t:we. `, ; • : .
Ar An orator, , ia appealing to. the
`!bone,and:sinew,," said : •„,
"-Myfriends, am plond to affe around
me to-night the hardy yeorßanEy..of , the
land, for I love the agricultural interests
of the country, and 'Wall may I . love
them, felione:ciiikaas;-fili'T WWI' born a
'were spenti ' in tifel‘peacaful evoeetiOim
''Of e - 69 'of 'the sbil:"- 'lf I may be allow=
friends,.l iiaj, I was raised befween
two.rowe of - corp " .
"A pumpkin, by thuuderl7 axclaime4
air inebriated, chap just in front of the
two eineeliearint of # the 7:oi'ereib 4 oute of
a guest wini r liaillYeceinped - sOliVoiii,
-going ithronerithe ;asegl.,fornialkil of
paying bie,bill,.eent bim-polot r e
Dear, Wi.ll ydo • fiend ,omooo of
pour, billi_and obAige," itto:: To. which
the 0 1eligane,n4t 1 4 , adt Wif}w,r.; Theam o u nt is4§94lil7N FXMI•rt SqBPP..(4I
.IlarA..gentlstl))auldiping 'wig; *Scia4d,
lOne,dayras strunk,butho, earuestness
;with which, oke of : the, littlegirlsregard
..ed.hiplt go !therefor,..„t t ook - her upon
knee, and began to tulk.,t9Fher. c rjeasp,
sir, said she, "telline - what's in the house
neat?to'foiz `; '1 3 41 like:to ;dee ie Wren
ine,lntlitild de iontiviah thltnow.
wßdealaba, eir, Ie tielird -thotteistiptleiat
you were hail dViiorftcP wbitttee
ar In 1558 wse: enactedAhakl4l+
lctiry, or knight'e-wife shotildilkave more
than one velvet v i g ow
epmnier rthai r all : lad - Veer
rnatiet'or cainliit'threedpYa in the *belt . ;
'tinder - th'a 'Admit - 'Of . tel Eihillickfl=per
day, aod,,that. re, snyteYflf—,l42 l ld-eami,
ine .o , ll l adieoltMird , x9ol.L"
anet enr,veyor hEillean clajs 1,, L
"Is it poetlible„„htise, that Yon:do not,
'Ate manuits oLsontia .ofe.• ytnir t lbeet
fricindelldiniziatreain,genaletnaw of : al la.
dy. "Certainly," ahe , Teplincl4.A,T A dfni't
evv i klow what fat own - may be a year
` - linairtuivv.-=IA correspondent of the
New York Mercury, who is personally
'aeqUainted with Parson Brownlow,
gives ihnfollowing faithful pen-and-ink
portrait lir hid ExeellBncy :
.A. dusty, Ballow - man—all gall and
blaster. He, is. BeWit-Irish by birth,
,iia4,a shouting. Methodist ,preacher by
,p,rofessien . fierce rather than strong,
an uncomfortable.friend and an ugly en-
Me-is a. tall- and awkward man,
lvii-h,large hands igi,d shambling feet.
His provincialism is shocking, and his
coarse nese repulsive t The most nnchris.
Han af iiFeachers; he - makes it a sin to
foigivniin 'His personalities are
brigibal!''''He has some vir
iiiesUbidieiarinke or smokes. His son
I .)r t ohnlitikthe . 8 ' 14110 ' 4141e of temperance,
bit "iince killed a fellow-collegian.
eir Dean Richmond, who has long
inanageitthiNew York Central Rail-
Vim& and- alstf the "Democratic party of
tfie &Uplift State, does not seem to have
4iny'veryilivaly 'faith kri the actual axis
tenbir Of ttarpolitidal organization which
he has f9r years Controlled. While at
Buffalo the other iday he directed the
the rOcOinn,of the wages of the Cen
tral 4ailroad employees.
An'exasperated committee of strikers
telegraphed to hinuthat they would not
(Vote 'for the (Democratic ticket next fall,
zt.thlay did-cot :get their former pay.
4:;reply Came 'back more forcible than
zelegiinto.!' The Democratic, party has
gone tcp .- h—tl andru may ko there too"
sir What kind oft - paper resembles a
sneeze f Tissue paper. Which is Oa
most profitable °Elk!' Ul:finesses ? The
shoe, for every pair is sold before it is
finished A woman L when
she is forty,
isr,aen.talk 008 the idle wind, bttt
Ofe' t 4i l iikis"alWaye ben, and ,, like a
theeitat it whietibs'at its work.
- orThettnetteeessfnl spinsters on their
watering -places, are
- VOL. XII.-NO. 9.
- .!Gwrritri.; MAnnTSD.---A rather laugh.
ableltrittietiction'teok place a week or
more ago in tire town of De Witt, Clin
ton county, Michigan; in which love and
business are so intermixed that it re
quires an adept,to distingnish between
the two. A inilloafe Peddler called at
aphouse to sell a safe. The woman in
forined him theit'she:Wits a widow, and
would ranch rather have a man. The
pedlar infolmed her that if she would
take a safe he weed' send her a man.
Shelnokit; and" the peddler went on
hie way rvoicing ; and soon sent a man,
Who 'fie'asOrtained had no bosom corn
paniert, and' directed him to the widow.
Going on, he called at a house to sell a
sate, and was informed that the man
was a widower, and would prefer a wife.
He told if he would take a safe, he
Weald direCt him where he could get a
Woinen: tfe'took the safe, and the ped
illerdiracted him' to the same widow.
When he r resched her; he was about an
hair too late, the iirit having just semi
'rittpthe p3ize. The kindhearted woman,
liciweveoent him to a second widow,
whom he secured; and both loving cou
ples were married that afternoon.
GLux he .— . T use of this sub
has become 'Very extensive in
'Fritnee; and it may be useful to give
'the process by which it is obtained. A
liilogramnie, 2 lbs. avoirdupois, of
good' glue of Gologne, or Givet, is die
`solved in a`liter of water in an earthern
pot plunged in hot water, the water lost
by evaporation: being replaced. When
the glue is completely dissolved, one
fath'of akilogramme of nitric acid at
30. centigrade is added ; the acid throws
• the solution' info a violent of offer
ioenence; and a quantityOf reddish-col
gtiseiicapie; When 'the mixture
liae become quiescent it should be well
stirred, set aside to cool, and afterwards
-placed in well stopped 'vessels for future
• `A DoC4 STORY.—JerO Calstakes was
one evening retailing his day's experi
ence to a cluster of delighted neighbors.
Among other things, he said :—"Squire
'Brown his been down - haie to-day, and
- he fetched that little 'black dog of hie'n
along with him. Why that critter a'n't
tiggar than my two Bets. Well, you
see, the squire wanted me to go out to
the' corn•house with him, for something
orother ; so we went into the corn-house;
and,l was not minding yon see, and,
when I came out flocked the critter in.
Well, if, you'll believe me, that little
Faecal eat, up a ham of bacon that weigh
ed thirty pounds, and a leaf of bread
that had . a pea, of meal in, it, and then
crawled out throng!' tanpt hole."