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FRED'K L. 13AKER.-
BRITTON St. CMS
FAMILY DRU M G ST ORE,
arket Street, Marietta; Pa.
rimy Si Mosta, successors to
, il t j e v , will continue the business at ld
where they are daily receiving additions
, o o sk, which are received from the
ll7elisble importers and manufacturers.
It o would respectfully ask a liberal share
otlic patronage. d
Ire now prepnre to supply the de
o( the public with evof erythipxin their
:4( trae. Their stock
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
01150.30 roan, HATING JUST ARRIVED.
IlltiCtig6 Boil Liquors for medicinal uses
11l THE POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES.
AcSoft of 1111 kinds, Fancy and Toilet Ay-
des( every kind, Alcoholi and AMC
EMatti, Alcsloid and Resinoids, all
:tubed Trusses, Abdominal Sup
Pumps, Nipple Shells and
Shields, Nursing Bottles,
A large supply of
dl, NAIR, TOOTH, NAIL AND CLOTHES BRUSHES.
I ,,gh powder and Pastes, Oils, Perfumery,
Cumbs, Hair Dyes,
No, Limps, Shades, Chimneys, Wick, &c,
Bpienns supplied at reasonable rates.
tones and Prescriptions carefully and ac
olely :impounded all hours of the day and
b bl by Charles H. Britton, Pharmaceutist,
e gexdl pey especial attention to this branch
tithe business. Having bad over ten years
Ftairal experience in the drug business ena-
M to/guarantee entire satisfaction to all
dimly spat the new firm.
supply of School Books, Stationary,
tic.. always on hand.
NiaB to It, a. m.,-12 to 2, and 6 to 6 p. m
Ntles 11. Britton. A. Musser.
NuitUa, October 20, 1866. 11-tf
SIIPPLEE & BRO„ 41i-1E
IRON AND BRASS
ill Genera/ Machinists, Second street
below Union. Columbia, Pa.
They Are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
isesesfor Rolling Mills and Blast Furnacer,
I;ei,lor Steam, Water and Gas ; Coital - nut,
pout, Cellar Doors, Weights, &c., for Buil
snd castings of every description ;
5r11.131 ENGINES, AND BOILERS,
UM): suet MODERN AND IMPROVED
Inner; Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and
Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
Laing and Tanning ; Brass Bearings,
Blast Gauges, Lubricators,, Oil Cocks,
for Steam, Gas, and Water; 'Brass Fit
u;e in their variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues,
oaten, Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vault Doors,
BLICKSMITIIIING in GENERAL.
long experience in building machinery we
;liter wolves that we can give general petit-
Lo lor. to those who may favor us with their
, :]ere. 10-Repairing promptly attended la
te:en by mail addressed as above, will meet
r.l.,,rouipt attention. Price , ' to suit the times.
T. R. SUPPLEE.
01,1mbis, October 20.186.0. 14 tf
o. 718 ARCH
treet, above 7th,
Have now in store of my own importation
ml manufacture one of the largest and moat
teniful aelectione of FANCY FUNS, for
End Children!' wear, in the eitj , . Also
,!.ne wertment of Gent's _ __ •
FUR GI LIVES AND COLT ARS.
am enabled to dispose of my goods at very
' , +! , :inble prices, and I would therefore soli
call from my friends of Lancaster county
!remember the name number 'add " street.
JOHN FAREllta, 718 Arelk7st,
I'4l e south side, P L AR f! HI A.
t? hare no partner, nor conne ction with
Other store in Philadelphia. L10717.t.
I STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES
fr.ciE STOVES, •
kT JOHN SPANGLER'S.IIM
PARLOR STOVES . ,
As•BURNING STOVES AT
I.(T ES, STOVES,— VULCAN STOVES
TWO OR FOUR •
ROOMS WITH •
!..PPLY N 0 Ur READY , - - CALL AND
SEE THEM - AT
,c i;angier's Hardware' (bid Stott Store
Market Street, Marietta,
The Sqltzbaeh Iftnnerg•
.10. W. SULTZBACH,
TANNER y LEATHER DEALER,
MARIETTA, PA. • •
Haring purchased the,reinaininz stoele on
'; 11 1, and leased the Tannery and fizturea of
.aii.late father, Henry Sialtzbach, deceits - 9,d, it
P:eP511111 to accommodate the customers
„ue old stand, ,see the public . generally,
1 1l ' everything in his line, at such prices .as
clitot fail t og i ve entire satisfaction . „His
'', will consist of
Oak Spanish and gnu' sihtei. S . de,
Value and Hemlock Leather, •
CA LP/lir/St,. t
Waxed and Grasised 'Upper,
SP LITS, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SHOE,
Cash paid for Hides and nine
M sdettal January 6. 1866.--ti
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INF " la anybody
Culttrr SKIRT SOPPORTERti" an ex- said, - wa iti ng o ne you?"
'gam.o .. olited - it girl
... !elleet article for ladieti 'net Toceiv 'from"the country ,- - • oi i.,. '- .
'"" lot sale at MRS. ROTH ' S Vprlstr Sta r--I ' R.
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ItORRR)s cektotatea peial - CemeAt and “that IS my Pliny nntaidai ,bitrwoolt
oil Piste Blstkiur at .. ' ' ' ''',' '-'
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PUBLISHED = WEEKLY; ""N
lINE, DOLLAR AND A. HALF A YEA,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Office in "Lint:me:Vs `Butuana," second
floor, on Elbow Lane, between•the Post
Office Corner and Front-St., Marietta,
Lancaster County, Pennsyll4ania.
ADVERTISING RATES , : . One square (10 '
lines, or loss) 7o cents for the first insertion and
Ode Dollar and-a-half for 3 insertions. Pro
feseional and Business cards, of di. lines orb's .
at 35 per annum. Notices in the, reading-;col
umns, ten cents a-line. Merrill:gee and Deathe,
the aimpleannbuitcement; rsiz ; 'but looknyt
additional lines,, ten tents a line.
A liberal deduction 'made to yearly sad half
Raving just added a " NEWBURY MOUN
TAIN JOBBER Pails," together with a large
assertmentof new Job and Card type, Cuts,
Borders, &c.,. &c" to the Job Office of. " THE
MA RIETTIA Br," Whiutrilill insure the f ne and
speedy execution of all kinds of Jon & Cann
PRINTING, from the striallest Card to the
LARGEST POSTER, at reasonable prices.
Attention, ladies—eyes direct i
Loire's surveying, you ;
All your ranks he must inspect,
To-night he holds his grand - revieW.
Now mark our first corps,
-How bold it appears,
Formed of dauntless young romps—
These we call pioneers :
Beside them stand widows,
Of two or three suitors:
For their execution
We term them sharp-shooters.
Cur flirts are chasseurs,
For they, wicked
Can draw en engagements,
But ne'er fight themselVes.
Next our sappers'amd Miners
Are prudes who can- feign,
Who elude obeervatioa
Whilst laying A train.
Our spiewere old maidei
Who thinlit no sm.
PToai thEitedniveshe are over,
To see others
Whilst - ;
-On ;earth-Will succumb—
The blues blow theirtunpet,
The decide bilk( the diti i
Attention,' ladieti—,eyes direct 1.
Field marshal Love's surveying yoat
All your ranks he must inspect,
To-uighthe hold his pied revievv.
Tut B Autr or Or
and women make 'their own beauty or
their own ugliness. Sir Edward Bulwer
Lytton speake in one , of his novels of a
man , "who was Aglior, than . , he had any
bOttines's to 'be ;" and if he could . but
read it, every human being carries ,his
life in his`face;and' is gOod or .
tMragerse its that life -has been good or
eMI - 3'n oar featureathelne chiseliat
thought, and emotion are eternally at
work. Beauty is not . the 'niontipoly, of
blooming young men and of wbite mid
Pink maids. There is is 'Mow-growing
beauty- which only .comes to perfection
in old age. Grace belongs to no period
of life,and.goodness,improves the long
er it exists. I have seen sweeter smiles
an a lirof seventy-than .upon a lip-of
There is the beauty of- youth, and
thejfe is also the beauty of holiness—a
beauty much more Beldam met; -mid
more frequently found in the aril chair
by the fire, with grandchildren .around,
its knee, thin' in the piemenade or
room. Husband and:, wife,- , ; who lave
fought the world side.by Bide, who have
Made,common stock of joy _and sorrow,
and.aged tagether„are.not nnfrequently
found 'curiously alike in personal ap
pearance and , in, pitch and tone of voice
—juttias twin pebbles on the beach, ex.
posed trills, same tidal influences, are
each other's alter ego. He has gained
a feipinine something which -brings his
manhood into full relief. She ties gain
ed' amaecultne.something which sal as
a foil to her womanhood.
giir A. plain spoken Western mach
it delivered the following from his desk':
I would announce to the congregation
that, ,probably by mistake, there =Was
left at this`meeting house this morning
a small.cotton.umbzells, much damaged
by time and tear, and of exceedingly
pale blue color, in the place.whereof was
taken, a very large , blaok. silk
and ofgreat bee 43fandera. of this
sort, biethienindsisters are getting a
little too common.
fir Au Irish girl at play, on - -;:Suu4y
Was aoool3te4 'hi the priest, "Good
moroingolanghter of the dayil.".
She Iseekly , replied, "Good , morning,
• - ; • •„
Sitkiittrltut stenusgbania - lount for .
MARIETTA'T - A -1- SIARTRAY NOVEMBER 7 .IO. 18.66 = _
,1048.4.1t7 . 7* , ; 7 - 9 Lk;
itOrylti told'or sii olil e lids- Who
lived near Rochester; who had 'never
seen or travelletreO a riiiyoad ;
ingto go on a visit to - a small town
short Wietince from theCityMiithought
she would try oneof the 'poly things.,
8o she went to the ticket `ate; carry.
ing,-her,reticulcon.,one arm and an old
fas e hioned. rocking •ehairoti l the- other..
She bought her -ticket,, , ; and.•walked out
on the_platfortri, - put down her rocking :
chair sat down in it took , ont• her -knit
ting, and went to work diligently.,
Steadily she rocked and worked, traine
coming fin and leaving as the eer time
came around. The old lady Made no
ateeiePtio - get the cars, -
The day -grew to a closer, -and night
came The last train - waeabciut
starting, When the depot - imistet' siant
up and asked her if she wati:geing, out.
'!.Yes, sir,'Lre,plied,the old lady:
- " Bedn'Aion better get aboard„ and
Irecura &met sajd..th,e ,depot mktatey,,
"Thank you, sir, I'm very c,otafort
able," replied the elderly dame.
The train 144. The . master came
around again. "‘Medim, I shall hive'
to disturb you ; it is, late; , the trains
have all left, and we must close the de:
pot: 'Shalt timed Yoe to - a hotel?" '
"Well," exclaimed the old lady, droi
pingher knitting and holding, up -both
her hands,."- ain't the. thing going—to;
move? Here I brought my, chair from
home so as to hive, a seat, on which
some pesky man couldn't , equeeze him
self. I've Set here all daY waitin' fol.
the thingto go, and here I hive had all
my trOnble for nothing, I thought it
was a longtime moving. I declare that
these here railroads is the biggest nuis
ances abdhubibugs - as ever .was-!" aid
the-old lady; with' bagbri. one erui-Aindl
rocking chair:Ant thicothilrp iiiik 2 toss
of her Ilitiiid `and--maililielle fitiih At 4 ' -in=
She mistook theittepot for the cars,
affirerisettedito- travel i Writ r•
NOT so DUMB AS HE LOOKE - 11.—At the
Continental restaurant, the other night,
in the midst of a rain storm, visitors
were - 'so' fair that'a, solitary gentleman at
a table, partaking or seallOped oysters,
was the only person, save the Waiters, in
the room. One of these waiters, ' a Con
triband, knewn `"Julins," though ;on
admirable servitor in his way, has always
been looked upon' by his confrores as a
littlenonched in the upper story. On
this rainy-night, when there , was noth-•
ing,else=toYbe done, Mins, at ascertain`
moment, was standing upon one foot,'
with his bank against the wall, °Minting.
sundry ,nieces of poet* currency ,
were .his,perquisites for extra services.
daring the day.
In counting this little fund_ a fifty cent
n titterea frOm hand and drop
ped-besidelis left foot. His other foot
abord the size of a travelling valise, was
off the ground, twistedliailith 'hie sinis
ter limb. ' Hislellowiwaiters-iatiserved
the of 7the note; and=' with 'wide
o'penelYeyes , showed4heir eagerness .to.
possess it. Julius apparently bad not
missed.it. The solitary visitor to the
Rince,beckened to a dietapt African for
a glue of water. The African brought
it, deposited it upon the table, and being
Within a Ifoiv feet of Julius, stooped
down to gather up the note that Julius
had dropped. Be had just got it into
his grasp when the upraised - fotit'of Jo=
liustiescended upon his hand ; the
fall;of i a trunk, from the shoulders
porter. There l ,was,a bowling "through
the balV and with mashed fingers the
iiterhiper away to the 'nearest
• • • •,.
drug store. There Was a slight twinkle
io the eye of Julius, but notiling more,
aihtel 'gathered Alle 4 giarnP," and
placed it beside those he had been pre
viously counting. • His , ..associates' now
do=not coesider hini:as stiipiitias.he ap
peared tabu: •When'heragain• drops a
postal noteit iiietolikely , that =any. one
,of likbretliren will'undertake to deprive
.him of jI
••- • .
far The most expeditions way-of fat
teniliglowlzas to ,coap them -Az; A' mod
eratelywarp; , dark; quiet plait% with
good ventilation, and keep them perfect
ly.flean„snd fiz i on„ or steamed
Oatmeal, and blended * with sweet' milk
with a little fine. sand added, and' given
. tiraiol, fine not -'and
Yoi uee in
a fortnight. They mitt Itlxii - get - beads,
1:111 aid barley. , pest pited4litk-the'.. po
tatoes. Ifs LS 1
''.llgrff you liitairdimPlOcinin-inark
014ig tbeghtit. .44
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cranky eld iancheler, 4144 iCanydisaister
happensalwonntri hhsure, to.be,atAlie .
bottom of it. It--is my settled convic
tion; confiraM :10re. aria Jain : every,
day, that if.there b i rth) , extritvagrae, a
man jil'eure.to, be at h,e..botteru,cl, it. : , -
The Empress Eugenie will livejabia
tory as the most-extravagant woman of
her:time, ea ttie clitileef a Piffled of dna
-in :France, but 3 all over "the Civilized
worldrwheiriereality rant fault , shoild
not becharged up - on the biniiitiful and
!afting enipressoat 611,r-but-ripen -...the
. crafty iind.faribitious-thrtsbandF l
livall classes- 'of societV it. iwinanwhe
instigater-the - great &Alois: liVoirien
are , nisturally ieconomical.rthey are. un
-1 accustomed, .as a general thing; to the
'free nee Otinoney Oherdo•,not.earn , iti
and.are timid in-appropriatinglit: - . .t.
Of courie, a habit Pot. - spending , .. can'
easily be made second nature tathemv
and undoubtedly they take kindly to
the,lavieh nee 'Of 'frinxi,- - iii surrounding
theinselves with beauty and the 'evitfea ,
,COs of taste, as Who would 'net? But
- they take even more pleasure In the
manage/Ade; of nieney,ifor - whicirtlier
have a genius-in making alitifii
great'waY, inereating'i reserve against
some einergency in the ftqu're—pr air - 7
toniebiti hubliapd; or father, or mother;
.or children, with the gift of what they
had most wished fbr„, _
Dry goods clerks,,andithe tatiertdaas
in ladies'.clothing.awtfancy stereo, .like
to see a-male. purehaser,,enter the es
tablishment; because F,they ,know they,
can get_amuehiarger. pricafor the _Berne
quality of.geodivout. of him.-than they ,
coulildrom a l womee..i ti.Men," , :they,say
"never ‘stickatotheeost, -if they like a
Ladies,.as , a general rui.e,,exe%delight.
ed, if they oan get their hush - Linde Ingo
with them te , buY anew dress, because
,always select the beet, and t ia
pooh at the difference of, a few -dollars,
which, if spent biStfie43o, 4 wife herself;
would . furnieh a text for sermons' for a
month. Go down into the business
quarters of the city,' frequented a l most
exclutively by mien,..
and there you will
find restaurants, supplied with spring
chickens earlier, and etrawberriet - and
cream, at a dollar a plate, liter 'than any
wherefelse.in town,. You will also
magnificent pears and peaches at twenty,
cents a-piece,. which. are net Aporight to
take'home, bat-tn. eat between the ; arl,
duns 'duties of elevating:first . oar,: and ;
then the other booton at4le, andyeadr
ing-the daily_ " Torch ands Turpentine,"
. But.whaChatpall this.get,,ln - fickwith
fashions ? ?Well; not much,directly, hat
aigo4 deal indirectly. , . . , , . ,
For instance, a newly married couple,
or at any rate, a couple not very long
Mined; Were seated at the. silli } eolinter
of a dry goods store,the ether diy; ex
enduing some Choice gonds. The jet!
ileum evidebily Elia:hie - eye' upon" 'cob
*tali he intended tie wife ihould pur
ass e: 'titeiadiPleolied lia rooked, and
finally made a'very quiet and maderate
''~ L 'BYI7&A~ N f t~~ II31~~'; >r~Yx=:iltia.
kelection - • -
"Ohl'lnpgit;'N : 6ll;" ; iiiid l iilie'gtirith i.
man, "another of your confotifided
and, browns." , , ,
"dt very. lady-like, Fred," niged
the young wife,mand,,it lest ever so
long, and you.knoi,l,cannot afford tn
bnypeny siikAresscs, so I, muse tithe
those. that lyilkacit lopi i rentarkwide; and
, Pshaw 1 4 :sid44.,.VrAili- "Pee here
this is what Iwo .yo to - have,* hold.
a-lovely 'Man silk, -embroidered
'to itittite 'Cluny lace:4sw ay
' h -Fred, - why that-sqll= e t mcire
'than Woe - uttichV ark I have' not
things IV 'Wear lfith it" 't• - •
..14 l otisense "d6 l- yon Want , :to
wear with it ? You have got shoos and
,s,teclans)34,9fec'r ytw? and Ton i snit's
AClPm e il , !im.l44eor 4avn Bet , py
beitt i sm stehig iFol; this,dress,, , 4ind if
L s dp,st;t,,mind r tit?, NiCe,,stitely4pu t --tiectd
nc 0 "1 " ,: -
So the dress wait .ough t, Oiot, much' to
ate ti eatistadtion, tholight: I
41;111160e iithef 'bioefat othinvo she
that her bonnet wJuld be too shabbplo
1.311.10// ,t hat ahem ost
131 , 4 17 h ew collar . pod pair "of imager
iilevitti;firit:ToEse^than thf!t, ehe
snail San s, Iv Ant" nd ikad
got over:the. eretn4 Ido
tectth l ia tie r had
IRoutt*eeentlf -;paidiouti itoAdrektilitra
faultnitiogEtthan hors.,tmel. A 7, .1:4 ; .;.i!,'
I!. i witro3
,r!'.-:=tiy.. - ; - fftncy.x
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a -Wbbh.. Ainufeltwas4 o an,4,, tei . ief;i : lie is nid 4e wi,/,/ , int, depart
the gentleman, hie quick reply was, g
•Starch i etarch my lord !' This may be fr°, l gitr • _ •
true ~. lyet`it,takein'griat deilliftiere 1101 Ifttliteabdire .positive:, command bad
make ii lady, and 'though it nay seem ' been teligionsly.obeyed by every parent
sininler;l"em ready to niniiitaiiilhat no' what whappit:world4ria wouldbe. But
coneOliratiltinnentitiOf intieliiif '1311k, - or' iis this ceibmandmiffilodtliet- been :ne
satin, edging, heolkni,fillliV:fietihciiii,o4lp6todlicrinielfkiltneceestwily abound in
•or ihrtierOWing, Cari",eii•iel-ldilieiodrelle-ittonornitist; aternikennessl, the parent ; of
makhr;Comititite - i reallady. Wasn"citllnearly4lbolthcesins,,,,wonld have been
M. ii. Abbott "Hriflinitse jai ''aililtiffati ti al. he li Rim. - Oh whatltlearful responsi.
lady when attired-in twelire-cent calico `lbility,resteupon parents, what a dread=
arrayed= . re
, , ~.... .. , ..._. ;..., _ _ . _
in Boston, 4swheri i full court 1 fel reckoning ,nwakto the , unfaithful.. It
dreis at St. asimili,liondbnl--; , "As Mrs.` 'is in Emily . life habits - are formed: It is
1-withinitiitAvalkiiidotki finis*. grand it -nas t y,to bend ilieierider twig bit not so
ladi,""eiltiqircere"bfiitiolTinglish i Vieitor , easy to tern the stubbion oak. Nearly
(:Mrs: Thertie ),'Mire thoiight 4 we 'mast pail: the; crimes that disgrace humanity,
put'on oni , beit" , bibitand-bands 14 so-;Ove ethat sends, wretchedness and death to
dresSed4ursid Veal in -our 'moat elegant , ""millions of immortal 'mint's, can be trac
rufftereandlilki,' Odimetiviiitrodaced 4 to f•efr irearente Who disregard - the com
her liditiilirp rob' 4 1161:11461f; think we :mend thai,etands 'at the head' of this
`found her knitting, and with her cheek' ::communication. - ::communication. - H . ear what Lord
apron on ! She received ns very gra- Shaftesbury said at
, a public meeting
dowdy t end neeilir,' bneeffei the compli'. beld.aishort tiMe • age, in the city ,of
'mente ivere”over, ebe c rileylValher " knit - ''London 'London 3,.‘%*at,,frop personal °beer
ling.' There we were without tfOlitiali tvetion, : he,bed Aseertained.thiA of adult
of wor;lind 81164 in itities`bid`'Gene ithale hilmil , iaLii - oi tbat, 'city nearly all
Washingten'elady, - with fier-owieliaride,' ihiOfellen,irit s o g amirseiccrline between
,„ i , . .,
was - knittrig l ettieltinge fo'rheitusband."' 'the aseeofeighitandeut,teen years,; sod
Does ' not t hat' sweet siiiiplioit: thalifa) , ,ecng l ßii l / 4 1kyri an r honestlife
,ty - eheninii . nd vi:tit'lgatiiiiiition'i " 4 . tg!l.9 ,t)!?Sfytestre of r age,,, there were
Bepublican etiquette in 'America is ' forty-nine chtS9loll,favpiand only one
otie‘thiliehrietroeiatisiltiqiietterin ' tuf 'against him, eeAct i hnriorable life there
repels-;quite another. ' Here, it' lir the after. - _ . ...
." mind that the man ;" there, it' This is a fact of singular 'importance
is inherited nobility, or wealth, Which is• to fatheis and nitithers, -and shows a
propped up and held in place by the fearftil responsibility. Certainly a „par
' people. Here, honesty, industry and entliholild:secure and-exercise absolute
labor are respected. There it is the lei` colftrol o'Ver the child-under sixteen: It
verse, and e . .ineile laborer' ii onii,V n'sir: catiniitlieediffiddlrmatter to do this,
coat:" ',,4nierica is - tho country lor free; except-in very 'few cases;- and if , that
dom, in which every individual - counts` editfolindietreff *filial? and 'efficiently
1 one ; in 'Europe, only the 'upper : classes ` exercised, it must be the parent's fault ;
volet, d • '4 1 ' a .. ,IID • 4 '
. But if , bey prefer f#o,r mode, let: it is_ owing to, the ilitiiintel neglect or
themhave it. . Only let them*ko - e l pillinde' remiesnese. EQBee the rell 'source of
off, and not in ddle Or , interfere with our ninety-eight per cent. of the real crime
mode of gover ment which suits us best: in a country each as England' or the
The - following - brief Speech, from Prof. llnited,,States lies at the deer of the pa-
Agassiz, on !American and - Burn - peen' rent. It is a fearful refleetion I We
institottione le iikkoiet : . .. .th,row t , 49rop ,!,4 minds of th e fathers
'' *Oriel+ :Afterotaying eighteen, : and gictliets Otenriand, 9,4ldiere leave
Yeare , ioAbis country,l,bnvP'Fepeatealy„, it to be thought on,. *jeelY,
asked. myself what was, the , difference. tharmi to the early - Seeds' of "bodily-die
between ,the - institutions of tie Old, ease, that they are in hearly every case,
World-and.those of. America ; ; and I 'sown between inindown , and bedtime, in
have fogad theanswer ie a ,few words. absence:from the..femily circle; in the
In Fairepoi everything is 1ir,,t . ., pur l euppiy of spending money never earned l
tale and preserve the prerogaidyle.4.4r, by theepenider-,opening the doors of
few; in America, everything is dam; to confectionaries--and -soda fountains, of
reakela man of himmlici has any of the •beer, tobacco and wine, shops, of the air
elements- of manhood-- in him, -. Now; cue, the restaurant and danch —then fol
gentlemen, thelate , of these, institutions folvietilikB4ndeSitLeir liCri;t6 the 'nom
is ' in your hands =Yon You will decide Pk of those Whose L iraYs . lead to the
whether they' ,- atelte-be perpetuated forii Ofes - iiirsob4l, l lllolficitl. Ind moral ruin.
ever'icirtelp Eur'o'pe throw off -tyranatt Fidtd‘'efglitlesliffeen—in these few
andtvbfortiv-itir illiberal; institutions; and intilifz-arethedestinies of children fixed
to bring thein upltoithe 'stand 4point of itf a fdrfY-nire cases oat of fifty—fixed by
our liberal institutions.' To do ;Abet, thebliitrelitst ' Let every father and
believe mei-there-4s' only one- way--t-hold olother.,itoleninly. VAT, ," By God's help,
on to those who' have.: defended...thoee Di 4 qv. dAilllqg'p deetiny for good, by
institutions manfully, re-elect these who matifrixbeine pore attractive than the
have repelled the atiesnits of Omeyfill;t! ittre,ets l','," .
against them, oiAiliose who 'Wave 'ae .
fended'yciny rights in beiiiresa, and r ynn
.'-uroo - D-Amoulea.v—lTempertince andw:rer ,
ligioh have aosicefderful:pliwet iivadorp
g p eop_
improVlng their appearance.
It gine them •ana• quiet epiritil'
and this the Bible Calls tip ; Crnament
in the eight - of God of great
Temperance anctieligioil make
„11 , Cat :
the eye look brighter, and the comprex
tot) ciearer, tne smile sweeter, arta
the voice Softer, and , evegthing
W. about +7
our person better - looking than it other
wise would be. -
The M ayor,o a ex, England ,
at a recent public dinner, stated that en
p A li t catiou, Lad been m ade' to him in!
an ITishman for a testimonial br-ciiarel
=Tile:*.tfter tticE, had never
seen him before ne iriatanik prom p
of answered , : g•Faith,.. your
:add-that is:the ivory, reason V .OaMP, 0 03
Ithavunevertimeit summoned toe
,fore• you •of.fined, - and: you newiiad 6 47
ilia' A. poet wimi,jes enseged in ex
Adorn= theY.heade ofethetkladieorlaa. atow
:'.'Such our% es-theeejoaraieter weers.
How 50*Y.1 1 41040 l i°l9tPtitlPlAsf2f. ;
Now, candidly,„ore they ber own
Sr The cpmetion- ow' to get rid` of
rate mete "with a - read 77 heifer from
ClfJ . .= J e itehfield; qppety,pt;,,. He
iwycultisithaelko# *Jo qAte,t; 11 ,4 1 47,1".0
dip him all but hie head in red.p . MO,Asid
lethim go. —The•reet- do.-nod like hie
aVelYleirlettetiWirfiaiii: ii tek
1134iiSa, tp , hiewra
sr Strive to make everybodzaamy,
tifftsl risme* ail
u,to( imp 1;i1 4«p .r.irtZo•A cir!a•: pleat,
:S L k :~
-.• . ..
:‘,14):1,11! It -child in the, way he should
For the Mariettan.
Alfustrmut:Asswam—A. Falb) girl
in Yorkshire oncp„ when water was
sciddersaved as much rain -aster_ as she
pouldilanit soldit tcil the .washerwoman
fUrlattent as.bucketo and in this way
"clearadmear five dollars for the mission
idyl:moiety. -When she brought it to
the secretary she was not willing Ao tell
her name. " But rtiiust put down where
it,oomes from:: said he. „
',' 4 Chli 'L it igen: l3 t h e little girl,
""'l7 • 11-1 P
""rain from ItsavOn."
tosildif?-=-A ventletiman re
cently from New Orleane informs the
Otter,of i th,u,Ne,wll,edforl Mercury that
i I;n a lin iiint ,fty, he heard the fol
tutts, prop6A4 and ,, armpit
ththandthat drew the trigger
That shot - the man wife freed the nigger."
(Ili right to : make laws
for the people of theitn(tid 6iates re
-side las tlengieellileute4 by the'bellot,
or in a Prisidentaleete4,by a bullet ?
ctpeech,et. Troy, N.. Y., re.
ceol7,4lop.pi t eeffe Parker. gave the beet
paditcof tkin Philadelphia platform we
have ever seen. eisait t . could all be
euinped up in fonrmordo: " Polly wants
Irrith , efid forge of this
olieraoteritatiiin fire inimileble.
sr A friend , isa.ye liets, either head
over heels in lorro else he's got the
riatil'Aelf4hieh, as he is not
c„eftnin windhlit tasted Last,' kisses or
pr o lf#74B,WWerwpmen the moat
PEW IMPCSAILMA, raid? 'pasti l le
she~sino milnie bosoms
Q Why are base ball players the
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