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FRED'Ic L. BAKER.
Great Sale of WatOes, Jewelry
O n e Million Dollars wortk.to' be
REGARD N'Cl' VILVEI •
Vol to be paid far until : you know what.
you are to receive
BY A. H. BOWEN - &
AGENTS FOR THE MANUFACTURER&
313 BEEKMAN STREET, NffrWAFORK..
lii 03 the following List of Artieles,to
be add for ONE DOLL-A.R.BACHI,
10 Gold Hunting Cues
NO Gold Watches, various
200 Ladies' Gold Watches
200 Silver Hunting Case
300 Silver Hunting Caae
300 Gold Composite Hunt,
ing Watches "* 4
300 Music Boxer, Shell and
v3O Elegant Silvalat 6 d *-;
Coffee and Tea' • lilts "
I,oeo Elegant SilrerViitelt
Castor Stands .
1,000 Elegant Silvei / Pliired
Fruit and Cakellesketa
1,000 Elegant Silver Tafel
Putter Dishes ' '
1,010 Elegant Silver Plated'
11 0 Silver Plated' 'Salt
Stands • •
leo Silver Plated GoilitaT
Engraved and Plain .
3,000 Silver Plated Ciips;
told lined and engraved '..
1,001.1 Silver Plated Bella
. a •
3,oti Sets Silver Plated Ts-
Ole Forks, y doz.
WOO Pair Silver Plated Ta-, 4
NM Sets silver Plated Tea
2,0011 Pair Silver Plated Bk. ,
5,000 Silver Plated Napkin
Rings, very hundsotne
400 California Mamoru!
Outer Sets Ladies' jew
1,000 lirazlllian Pelibles,
Sets Ladies' Jewelry
;me Sets Ladies' Jewelry,
5,000 lair Crystal Pendant .
3,000 Miniature and Eriarn-„ .
eled Revolving Pins
3,000 Enameled and, Pearl
21.0) Ladies' California Dia
mond Cluster Pins
2,000 Gents' California Dia-.
mund Pi us
2,000 Gents' Pitts, set with
01w stone or brilliant
ciflon Gents' scarf Pins, as
3,000 Oval Band Bracelets,
Seely chased .
61100 Pair (tents Sleeve But-
Wes, ne w and rich styles
a,SUO Pair Ladies' Sleeve
1,1100 Pair Coin Silver Sleeve..
2,00.1 Sets Ladies' Jewelry
coin hi/V4M neat*. en
~,buo Cal. Diamond Cluster
3 ann sea! It inge
Rills) (laid Lockets, richly
figl it cd
~fink Plum and Chased gold
10,0 00 shield and signet ringh
4,100 Belt Buckles, Gold jet
end Gold and Vulcanite
2 ,)ni;n.d Lockets, engrav
ed backs, watch face
3 ,01 e Large, new style rings,
set with brilliants
2 ) 00 0 Ladies' Chatelaine-
chains and 'Pins
2 ,500 Gents' HeavYßCiatird
7,500 Gents' Vest .Chains,
IA Splendid Steel s.g,irgra
Clogs .5 .to
tel Clocks. • 25 to 50
10,0 Gold Pens SilveY Ex •
tension holder & .pencil • 4 to 8
10,000 Gold Pens, &=Silver.
mounted ebony =holders, - 6 tol
6,000 Gold Pens and .Goldr.
Extension Holders - , 15..t0 26
2 .000 Ebony Gohllunriunted, a= 4
Spiral Pencils • 6 tir , lo
Each and every article, in the, above Lint 'is
reptoented by a certificate. These are
ed Oksimitar envelopes and sealed. Any pet
son obtaining a certific atei to be had at our I
office, or sent by mail to any address, will
know Wh at th ey m a y have 'for One: 'Dollar.
We charge for sending' certificates ; paying
Nolte and doing the business, 25 tents each
}lye Will be sent for $1,014„; Elevearfor 42;00 ;
Thirty for $5.00 ; Sixty4Ve - fdr 1110.000 ; and
One Hundred for $15.00.
Any p ellet , re ce i v i ng. a Certificate for an
uncle they may notdesire, can exchange foi
roY ether article in our List ot the "rileval
"e• BY this method we areenobledia famish
the public With selections frckip a rick 1 4 11 ',Y 11. .
tied stock of goods at is nottOue Ink!
all have a chance for securing- aititles , or the
fide highest value. We .iirarrrint every air
le as represehted or mallet red.
solicit parties who have been unfai r lv dealt
w ith by imitators to give us a fair trial before
P a lli,,h,g judgement.
r E NTS.—Liberal Commission and val
-11 le P remiutne, consisting orWitches, etd.,
given to Agents. Address oil orders
A. H. ROWEN & Co.,
S. S. RATHVON, .
ke rehantl l 4,llo% and Clothier,
' P. J. Rramph i i s Pid ; &;fid. on the Cor
ner of North Queen and , grange -
Streets, Lancairger, Persn'a. ' ~
it A. TEI I'll Lto theoPitizens of Marietta Pt ond vicinity, for the liberal patronagz
i,ctetotoe extended; the underWgned teepee
' lily eolicits a continuance of. the same; al'
1 ,74 them, that under all iti.rettiffutttnen no "?'tc ‘villbe 'pared in rententig.!l,ll
- for every act el ciiiiifidenee
Bu c k CAasastata A a to. lISISTAARS: and
the other seasonable .mateelel issfiseßl9)ll''A
hictket furnishes , constantly.kttPUn VI"
.na sueufacturedlo order, PrOMP 9, an res.
usably, as taste.oretyle..may auggeit...,-..4.
km gentkinges Ardilligiii :
0 , m?t h . articles se usually eletig e a -
ot finloring and Clothing establishment.
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AT ONE DRIB AND' A: , IMITAVTEAW
PAYABLkIN iILIWANCEV , • '
Officein,,u Linnwl'er , BIADING,'" second.
floor, on Elbow Lane,lietweell th:e' Pdit
Office Corner and fikont-St., , Marietta.
Lanaster County, Pennsylvania. `
Anna:unix° RATES : One .square, 00
lines; or 1 . 0075 eenta for the Pint insertion and
One doter ati'd-a-lcatUfer 3' in'eeitiB i`e. Pro
, feseionel and Busineee cat4fe,, - ef.a4)lppiplirinei
at $5 per annum Notacee in fife reading col
utonindenteents Marriageaaikd„On Mkt,-
:the eiltpie annenficement, panel; but for ,any
additional rinse, lei) Centialiner 4 ' ,
A liben6l.4`eduction inedelo t ,jeirly e d half
35 to 60
15 to 55
FY viag ' juat 'added'a " NEwsuav Moue . -
TAIN,JOBBER PRESS," together witlele tire
„assortment of, new Job and Card.-iyPei,cliti„
''Borders, &c.,,&c:, to.the Jok (Mee, of "THE
IktlAnzaTrzalf,"-which will insimktbkflte and ;
:sPeedy execution of all kin f ds of Jon & CARD
P B. / it r r rro*,-from the smallest . Card to'-the
"LABORS? Poesan, at reasonable prices.
25 to ` 50
20 to 75
30 to 00
15 to' 25
20 to '3O
A strip of-sn6wiest linen,. - • • -
#alf 'Voiliered and stamped in blue,
And the gleam of a l threagetts needle ,
Piercing the pattern through ;
The needle is ready, yet the sweet littleilady
Site sighing Lir something 'to do.
5 to 12
10 to 20
6 to 12
Heaped °tithe table beside her
illossorniof every hue
Delicate Odorous roses—
The rarest that ever grew;
The vase stands ready, while the sweet little
sto 10 I Sits wishing for 'something to do.
/0 to 15
5 to. 10
S to 12
5 to 10
Half hid.under flowers, a volume
In daintest gold and blue,
Just parted, as if it would open
At "The Miller's Daughter". for,you ;,
The boolije reidy;yet the sweet little lady
Sits sighing for sometbing'todo.
10 to 25
10 to 25
A silent , harp in the corner,
And melodies old unil new r
Seattered4rmipntty , disordei, 44, 4."
Songs of the false andArue ;
The harp stands ready, but the sweet little
Ace longing for something to do;
5 to 10
A sudden wind-sweep and fluttei-
The door - ide 7 open blew;
A step in the hall, and swiftly
Like a - biitile the' threshbleshe flew; *
Blushing "trendy, the sweet littleledy
Forgets she has nothing to do. -•
10 to 25
5 to 10
FROX ALL TEMYEAR ROUND.
Jones And - the Writer.
8 to 12
10 to 15
6 to 10
One day lately, when I was in a very
bad humor, I was passing the palace of
Junes. There, Was a handsome carriage
waiting at the door,-• and presently./Ones
himself Came down the steps, assisted by
a footman, and entered it. /ones' hair
was slightly gsey, but he had a plump,
ruddy face; and looked' like a persimi who
enjoyed himself. Seeing that Jones was
going , :out for his pleasure at ikree
o'clock . .in
„the. afternoon, I.thotight it
probable that he had nothing else.to•do
on theACe of the; earth 'VIA ejsj9l
self: This man, thought Ito myself,js
a sort of Fortenatue. Whedever
puts his hand in his pocket he finds
money there. 'He not obliged to
m m ak y t
e a t n hth effort er - e t
for oo ti
me ta i t n o g
it o .
does Spin-; We - le
magnificent, and has all the pleasures. of
the weed his command. Now, the
aggravating reflection aboutthis, is that
icaenes did toil and spin ho wouldn't be
half so well off as Mils. Whet encour
agement Horton—and lack my brain, when all
my best efforts are not equal in sub
stautial result to Johes doing nothing?
I writoa tragedy, 'he has but to write a
check. This undistinguisheti 4 riopes_ is
my bloatod aristocrat. When I see him
lolling in" his oarriage, chinkingthti sov
ereigns •in all his pockets, MCC ready
for the, barricades. I . mutter between
.. iellown with die bloated Jopeses 1"
roaki again,-where do all these com
mon people get thefil money ? Ho*
should it be such an easy thinglmthem,
suck's diffintili thing:forme ? 'So*
provokingly cool thtfl - are over it. but
if I, after a hard struggle, obtain' pos.
eAlkeien 'Of es 4el. kAteo KRI! Pflsol•I:# 111
as 'nervous as ,
possible until I get it
safelykto the bank. 'And even thins
my mind is rest. What if the
bankehealffiireak , .? ,:If I had five thon
,sand pounds instead of five hundred to
my account, I aid certain I should never
trouble Myself shoat the stability of the
bank. That is what I envy—not wealth
iitaelf, but its potentiality.,
When I saw joneain his carriage 4'll
AronOwil. 4 " I wsnl my "yakf#o...
ilkkulnblti , , , thibretiriew that I want
forking Spit ,iliy 4 41kw 4 lit . , sight at
41 - 91 ii Vaetnctal Po 4 4dfilektiefs
of surgiltiOnit aNdtliseffitijklamoin
the papers; "rising young man, rapidly
10 to 25
5 to 10
.5 to 10
& to 10
6 to 10
ti to 10
5 to' 15
8 to 30
8 to 28
12 to 30
5 to sB5
• Na • ' 3,7; "5 4 .4. " " 6 " M 474" 0,.."'41° ek , c 7 *4 , 074- mit pf-t,101,1
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Vonsigtanta- IntrnaistAr r -
• Al 4 AP #44 adi 414 . sn f 4fft
• it!4.71:41, 1s *ll - 4.9 '4l .ti t = N , „it vt . l . eta
• - ,
retching.the ton r o u nd
. of the ladde),7 . ,
g's r- reached one paper said I alrea ;,
it was a yery„,fiet.tat ;,,I wae. in - Very
geed Alealthl Iliad seversUloosealiONfr
nothing to . do.butittierijoyalysblErl Stab,
I evisrhyPpedtairdrentmednimon't Merri l
Hisd windureditagbacfun nompliodnin
ado ng , Ahe4a3tticentsof: theuWestionds
it not 4. I•ottiiinedA into qm.sfarhousstipper:,,
inAliisirso.onutind eat tchepir,andrlialied;
po.tatdestachiles . artairpful choiryinapired •
by„theldiaineine, sing gldes.and mad-:
riga.lB,.r.wat to . compass the very round
and top ,OkhumanNetijoymenL: .1: bad
heardAhtt,4letwie eh ,ps and-potatois,
companiedEbrthe ~ ,Wriip,wereornedicitte
potent to..razeoutthe sritten:3roubles
ofthe brain; and' Cleanse; the:rstuff that.
theseA.hinge, Lrsaid to myself, "If a
man sheuldtneed anAuitidotelo;.poiton—
edithoughte,,this: should - be. the Shop
where he may procure it."
I entered and encOnitterod the- good
ape the Cary„ ;His looks were eat meagre;
his weedp were not tittered: On the
contrary, he had a very jelly, rubicund
and wore.a most une x ceptionable .•
,He-smiled, shook me .by the
hand, gave : me snuff from a chest. ( box
is not, the word) and called me his dear
boy. the pain in my temper was van
isbinget2the very, sight of thn geed
apothecary, Ere the medicinal chop and
potaiVe were set before me, that Pain
departed. Yes, yes ; I am willing to
am becoming ,
own it. I retanciled to
Hotter), when suddenly my eYe•falls on
an..elderlY'geetlenian at one end of the
table. It is Jones. He 10 . sittin drink.
ing claret out of a crystal gehipt,eirok,.
fog , a 4 veryAhoice cigar ~I linear; it by,
the,ashea—and listening to the ..music
with hiseyes shut... I
_notice that his
clothet„are and rich , ; his fingers
era covered with sparkling rings ; his
cambric shirt-front is a-blaze with three
dashing brilliants. He is enjoying,hina-,
self at every pore. I can see it by
quiet .way . .he puffs his cigar, by the gu . s,
to.with.which he sips his Lafitte, by the..
artful and knowing way—iracticed By
barite-4 which 11000 his cyes cies
ed.t hat his ears may -not be distracted,
from their draughts of delight. Bloated
Jones i hatedmeMber.of a nautelngs hut
pampered ;CifklP.. - ,
.A 4 the
. very sight of Yones„, Horten
starts nzhefpre, me in all its ,Rmunqqa,
and loathsomeness... „Look at him, how
he , arrilloWs fir Plea Sure I litrhrit
of-f elij6yrite ti V die hen i I leer !eertilitit
thatithe were telivelne oneiir 'those";
chOice eigartoillitcould .4 Detroit:riot
half thp , ,enjoyipeatkfteur it that:he dees,
I- cord& nectln &lila f the 'flavor t , irtiAhe
Lafittri.-. Aretrieir theroeghlyAiir
enjoyii the: musie ; .deveropenthiteyesi
whilerhis &e f t-beaming-44th' an - exprgt:
sion of themostlexquisitirt - pleasurev'BP
. arid- by; 'when bathed his . 611' ef
lightp ho wiIA roll , homelir his luautiorie
carriage, While 4--4111 I iiithe itaborit
toga-now. He hargthreWw4tway.- the
endird his cigar and -is _putting-on 'his
glorrie A -gentleman from: the other
erid'of the table comes forwird irithAis
hat and-stickw ~ The gentleman =is ,evi
dentlyiron'es',Serirentdilthuiler; or hie
valet. Fariet , -,that I The gentleman
handeJones his hat and gold-headed
walking stick, and takes him by the.arm.
Bloated, pampered nobody I- The Wait=
OM are making War fov him as he : peeses
along ; the gentlemen at the tablesaris
ins to draw their oln . tirs 0nt41 . 4e way.
" be so very dietingniehed a person,
'then i" I Wiwi. _
'fiol4-00; i ' is the reply,,
old gentleman is blind.P
! Lot me go home• to Boston
1 50 PUY.PW.Prti• : -
'Sydney Smith-was once looking
through the hekkotilloot . iiiiidy who - waii
proud of her flowers, and aged, not very
Madame," he said, "have you the
SepSen - 4is psoriasis t"
"Ahl" said she, "I had it last winter,
and I gave it to the AritAishOPnc an
tedy •came= itout beautifully I n the
Bassani. psoriasis is the medical
name or the seven zears' itch.
skr Mous/Ind , Alphooso Kerr: r- says
somewhere : There are two ways of
being rich ; rai s e yont 4 . 9vetine . to' the
11ev41 of our desires- 7 ot lower your
1•,:t•r• •:•M5...., • ;;IF—
sire's to theleyel o( your revenqs. -
ar Why ik44WOOMPekt4O4 I
mouse ? Because the curl! catch it.
41 :-1 e- ' 1 ., .'' ;,, ,AA. vitti4tiioNli *;'xt,
El t *4- . . 'e , `,..oir‘ 4t :9,1 („ta4-4 ( ills 4 fi` - :
,•,, , , t,,„4,4,evieiv. 4 It.6* ltr - si 4 , -1: ~ 44441 4 4-1 1 . ,
, MORNIN4'4I ' . 4all, '2l_ 40013,! -4 -tie , gi . • : ' f. - - 114 11 YAM XII -- N 3';
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A valued contributor_ thus
seine; Ameti.eaa4 peculiarities.
'your ; ' -
sxco *fr"ii s h
117,-PNlAAClPothiet4ll#e< clown c9/17-
suits, etlmAnclbitt,.breadth of (Ninglif i l
and noblenesa , ornatnre on the one hand
with the e abseno o € then'on "CsOftii
may be rieitigbi 4
eicellint'onnitien seise "
In some things,
and even talent, make themselves unadP'
Captable to their friends-on account - IT
uncouth, abits. sThereas.no criminality;
in being awkward, but it is a great in
convenience, at least would be, if the
maiknew,it. In a brief period one may,
see a great many things that can excite
his jai; 'difigititi
knoiv 4- a'perann of Wealth "We /pie 'to
church early ; end ie ifitreatklei out
knife and cut and cleaning finger - n ails "
beforetaerkidi, commences. 4.44ltewlitioN
who in church uses his tooth-pick, not
beciristlis tmlliineeltickinfilon t t simp
ly to keep hunseltiegunititd„;" wit.woerd
to twirl his-watch-key, ails a lady would
toy with her fem . :.
Now, tooth-Nail:4r aSs'oelatihns are
as bad as nail-cleaning. -put yor would
rather see a person , clean his nails, even;
in company, than tame a black ,streak :
under each finger nail . on a lady's !quid
that flashed with diamond rings, butl6
read in Scripture of the jewel being in
an unfit place, and why jhould they not
be in modern"times?' '
Some young , men
,wlilstle in a ferry- .
boat or street car, en d "we have noticed
nine times in ten,
_' that the fools who
practice this are defioient in musical
talent, and , are not aware that they 'ar e .
chafing thwnerveif 6144 iikener
two wayefirst, 'with bad 'nitisicl set-
ond, with the rawnepe Orthll - pi - action of
perpetrating tondo on the peoldelwith
out an invitation and withoutAheir.con t ,
Drumming with the fingers or with
the feet, making, unnecessary,. ; , .noises,,
among some people who are nerxons,,
render the society ,of persons- •who,'
thoughtlessly-„perpetrate,„these •• petty
rudenessesslmostiosufferablc. 4We are
aware, tiettiless„ habits .oftee, origi
nate, in diffidears The person, feels
nervoni, and doetk„uot know, exoc4.l'
what to do but to practice this drumming
as 'a kiati” 6rontlertir'sVitoigoit to' itr
vonsness: Welt-bred peciple may do
tliis;'l: , 7,fit it i 9 tio,:itizn' lcied'-breedieg;
and'is prima facie &tido:4l6i cifill:brad:
Sprawling tile legs and feet in oath.'
papy is another common emit very
proper Prettlee, It s fe an American'
ha nL, and'obieffied by tie fule
orptitting tie feet Eli high ad' tie head,
'or higher. Passiotl2y h )teli 'in • 'NAV
York; Bostow f or,,Philadelphia k one Wes
in it single window perhaps;four pairsofi
feettand tau-sees protrudin from
thit.d.story,Window.a Reit%of feitand
footof,leg attached to each. „ • s
- It is regardedin Englandomian offence
against goiodttaste to shaw , •.thw bottom
or the shoe in-.•company, ~and therefore
Englishmen are.noilikely, to so sit AS
to exhibit the bottom of the foot, much
less rest ope foot on the knee ; Out, go
into a conipalY Of twenty . Amiiri
can men; ; and sea whet awkwar d ” adjust
ment the thin present with their feet
alid - lege; and we IA no 171 erir "e ritiei rim
thin that will give on this bad habit.
AiOther ha. practice in company,' or
anywhere, late lean back against the
wall and alit the feetnp on the round
of the chair, if it have one. We have
- seen many a nice mahogany or rosewood
chair:broken .offat l ev y
lonts hpuipg bsols on the two hind ~lgge
beg„ . .pardon„for having : heti!
g4ingliti4.l l ulti,COMWY. , 7•V ttif*. l 4o
were not uncouth , MO if - the' chair , did
Nonoging,.o4...enco, sitting,, as
1 !91.4.9:91 11 .04r1 1 , 1 n. ..4 1 :!191 1 2W 8 ,-,ipttitot
ek, is very rade. If a.maw wishes,*
reclinnonAhecofa,,let him lay himself
ilifirn4ind.glibret•mp litgfeat as if he
sie=oempeeig~g himself to sleep; tis
' he iiiiii4driiiiVlAlit . ':thin 3 'stirtarling,
linging," end leaning- is' execrable.
YickinetherimielnlOOMPant :or; int
tett4 hiMakerbhiet unnecessarily 71 er
t it:after itilratibitenineed'oineed.;notbe
condeMixa:=lTuilricirkelitiiikAt e i t t is
e x .UPPgb•
• Itero 1in01ke2. 4 61. 4 'Wien' a
at a„.. 1- - - otitivaillitolikara *ter
eldAtitti k rir‘laftiVir*Eiteibhp
t &ni , i
g tfitiNti 4 liit
an' iv 1
thongh it was before the days ottadar
ognerreqyul,4.,Aa‘thorilgh4 da ce
t f anYP.4lPWlP4 ,, ,i a . n tc?J e goag 49,1
tproatmaysometim,es be lie_ ,cessary,eiren,
0. • ./. A. Itaits4.ste 441
in pablio,..bat i‘shonld be _done as gawk.
ly as possible k with the -handkerchief to
tilie i matf.Ya mug,
qiiAktraine hilbeteti, 7 it will` do
foilittirtulfti with their iiiickeYsT
but he a see' en iii`' the' pulp t`'o}
ton‘die i fillik,foßY baiii
I ; their eie o Cke of' &tint
is a sin, but it is an uncouth habit. '
'Playidg with the pockettnifeditiglink
lieys,and 108e:change, aratini , very, bad-,
taste. t 42ooking at the watch in•sci opetr!
way makes one think a person wisbes.to
make a display of tkat,valuable article.
It is considered ill mihners I to look at
oneA watch in eeina9i t , 4 l2ut, wil l aor d
speak of public-places, concerts, church,
etc 4 iimi , notvilvate
if:he dbeiliOqiiietryf Wet ltiorattfaciti at-
in gisv.vOrjrarudevorittheziferrOboaf,l64 tit
railway C , `ltrietitrehtirch'oin the•lecture 'Or
Concertzrooril beforeythw services COM
mence, andAetiestable afterwardi'l Little
Paitieeshould -keepatheir pertetral =con:
versatkin to 'themselves. -Nothing„ we
think, shows good= breeding more than-a
quietominner, a`mellOw voice; and that
decorousnesses and gentleness. which
accompany that style of speech.
One more very common and - very, an
noying habit may be:n.amed,
notjoing *hen one starts, but standing
in, the open dopr.. Nally a cold has,been t .
taken hy . the putient lady of ..the.. a hoigust,,
withAgthing ,on for .prqtfigt,i9)3, yejng,
detained by a gossiping somo,timee,
ten minutes, , te
fidential communications; talking thiis
in the noise-and roar Of the: ,strieezee
the M ost" ea ft dblitial '4hingh , taFe ''herird*
all over thiklionsn andVientflicietie-- the
streets az - : 4 .71.. , ‘ *14,71 •
We remembei , i i?paitimlla"sr,'s
that lived .next door , to. u. The-young
ladlea s.vtgld:standon:the,etepe and, talk
sometimes !tea- minntee, .andwez,,were
olcdiged, to, go, awayjko m Apr Ippens,..gaxr
for windows or hear .all avrttnge r
ments , and confidentlal .conversatioes,
and, forgive naler saying ft,
seen some people make' display _on the
(dips on purpose, .t We thonghi, o at
tract attention from people ndross the
way—they have talked loudly and Itingh
ed heartily on. purpose , . to make- , al 4 dis.
Never stand and talk when yen 7pro
- to go. •
We hire seen filieliCaie wdalatt rise
to dismiss her are Any er' b they
reLiyhed. the. deor; Blvd "myst,, , lge. right
Itriyiftw,-.l;taite seen; egch , a ; l>~dy a etas
till she ; trtraed pale w ith„ fatigue, , while
the visitekrAddy,..and strong,. and jolly,
. tiksn t. stop
again - incoldsll, arid - on' tbe steps,
and again after ft . :tailing
The Ilieper"Cule irb4nlyenitetirdeci 7
ded to lesie, 'to' beliff in sixty sebonde.
Never keep aliersOninanding in the hall
°AV the, parlor door,-but take leave of
your frien4elrgtr,l3 , they, aTeciafia g9-At
onee..7Arieric9,l Phmolpgica? Journal
'HY MRS. P(Dr‘fr• aP;ouIINEY
his the duty, of mothers to sustain
reverses effgrtvae..., Frequent and sud
den as they have been to our own coun
try, it is important that young females
should possess some employment by
whin)) thermight-obtaiett livelihood in
easelliet should ` be reduced , to" the÷ne
families are unexpectedly reduced froth
afikette,eltp poysrty,f liosi—pitilay,Aon
teMptiblt3 lop ssfhtlreM o o 6 47. OelPP: 11 ,-
dint .pr,,,,helgtess,,tqi permi4ing,,her
,tq embarrass 'those. whutn, it
is their duty to assist and cheer. : .. .,,
"I have lost my whole fortune," said
a niOrchant,i4ilie tetninSd one - evening
to his Bosse cei 110 . loOger keep
.our U'arrie6...:Vre lutist leave thilitlsite
Altsohildren Crurvo go
to expensive schools Yestaiiiio 7 4a,s
s 3i46 rpan,to-day Ahem is nothing. 17can
call Intlign. "
"Dear husband,". said the wife "we
ftre l still rich in eeph : o9e,r,avi our chil
*onkymtg 1000 Any, but Gkad
has OUR' n ttsmtpme,t9i $19114
active hands and loving hearts.'
" Dear father ; " said the-ebildren, "dd
artei hfoli se.tobeiX *UV hidPnyori
soil la se 4..„ i n
vottewhileica fag dttP,lioEstuthiligtioo
sidmesswAr.lss o - twil 4 Alt suai,
aillorreral latialamkads w 4 44 4 WtA1l
F 4 1
• ittt ':."!4 4 i#7 A
Itcpmjbpfather of eight children be poor
We Will work and make you rich again.'
"I shall, help," said Alto. youngest
:,,gir),,hardly fear years of "age. " I wi,
ishall „kaveatityne4i(things bought, and 1
sell my. great doll.,"
The heart of the husband and father,
which" had sunk within his bosom like
atone, was lilted up,. The sweet enthu
siasm Of the , scene, cheered him ; and bnk
"nightly prayer was like a song of praise.
They left ,the statelilouse. The ,set -
tvat i , *e r r, dismissed. Pictures and
`plate, rieb, carpet and furniture, were
soh!, and she who,hfid been mistress of
ithrinansfon shed no.tears.
"I"4'every debt,"' said'she, "let no
°tie' eider through us; we . may yet be
4,Ele,rented a neat cottage and a small
Piege ofgroand -a few miles ; from the
jirith ; Oa Aid, of his eons be culti
vaAeci, yjilgolatoles,for• the market. tic
vined,with, delight and astonishment
thAlcopotny :of ; his. wife, nurtured, as she
haillipeen,ApAealth,. and ; : the efficiency
wlltch4his daagitersAoonacquired under
The eldest one--.assisted -her in the
work of the househgld, and also instruc
ted the younger Children. Besides, they
executed various works which they bad
learned , as accomplishments, but which
they founitcould be, disposed of to ad
vantage. They ezbbroidered, with taste
some of tho,oraamostabparts of female
appareb, which were l . readilyzsold:,to a
merchant in the city. , •
They cultivated-flowers; and sent bo
quota to market in - the cartvthat convey
eds.,thef 'vegetableL-they plaited straw,
they paintedlmapsothey executed plain
needlework. Bvery'one was at her post
busy and“cheerfah The cottage was
like a beehive,*
never enjoyed such heititlibefore-,"
"And I never was so happrbefere,"
said the mother.
"We DOVEIf knew how many things we
could do when we lived in a great ho nee,
esi the children , " and 'we love. each.
(liar 'great deal - better here:: Yon
''Yes,'.' replied the, father, "and you
make jfist such honey as the heart likes
to feed on."
„Economy. as well as industry waffstric
tly observed ; clothing wasted, nothing
unnecessarily purchased,; The eldest
daughter become assistant teacher in a
distkaggished feniale Gamins/7, - and the.
peoond,took 'her place as ,inetructress of
114 1;fimils• • ,
The little dwe,lling‘which had' always
been kept neat, they . were soon able to
beautify: "Itirccfnitruction was imprck
ed, andLthe iitteiabd fitiVing trees were
replanted= around it. 'The Merchant was
happrev under- hie 'Wood bins covered
roach, in a - Summer's - evening; than be
had bee'n 7 in/liothOWY dressing room.
"We are now thriVing and prosperous,'
said he, "shall Neptune to the city ?”
qi" w;aljl the
,rereein," • sap the wife,
'where we have foetid wealth and con
" Father," said the. yo.ungest,_ "all we
chi> en boge,,yon.ara ant ~going._ to : be
reb r agaip---for Mina we little axles were
sbut l iißin the narsery,.and,did,nut .see
muqh of you or mother. Now we all
lips t9gptilnr, and l sister, who . loves us,
teaches us, and we learn to be industri
ous and-useful: We were none of us
hapay when weAvere rieh, and did-not
w.otk. So, , father, please don't be rich
sr One err mitt night, 1). was armle
ts& froril his `eilsiinbers- ti very loud
knocking at hie door. Afterlome hesi
tation he arose ai - /Ment to the .window
"What a p o you want 2"
lo'Sity here all night."
"Stay there, thez;f:_wasjiii reply:,'
lir When Lord l Erskirke heard that
soreeti ‘ Oity, , lied died wor4h , two ;hundred
Alkoasan Cl7 d pounds, he observed, Well,
th,t's a pretty anm.6o le inthe next
world with;',_ : _
i s k "Ah, debt cholewato
awieet- the highaw - awlet ?" ." No," re
t'll death ion% hetterleirie
the eitrat once." •".1.-$4l
43 9:14034ftveleome;t,espel3ially, if they
4044N:with fultipeeketEtx. - :
tur A woman is•pgitilniiii struck by.
atine*OWNß4 l4 Ml4
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