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THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE.
Meeting of Delegates to a World's Temperance
After ihecircnn'urntinn, Rev. John Mnrcli
of New York moved Ihnt nil gentlemen prce
cnt, who were lliends of temperance, lie ad
mitteil it delegate.
Dr. Thrall of New York stated ihnt there
were delegates present from ilm Womnn'e
Flu la Temperance Snciuty, mul moved flint
the word " Indies" he inserted in the Miction
offered ly Kir. March, which wag carried
Tim motion ns amended was then adopted,
nd the iimiiipb nf tlm gentlemen nnd liitlics
were collected by the Secretaries, and enroll,
ed by States, Those Imbling credentials
tilso handed them in to tlm Hccrciniiee.
Mr. Iliggiiipnii requested to Im excused
from acting nn tlm Committee, nnd moved
thnt the tin me of Lucy Stone lie milled in I in
ilncn, for tho reason thnt ns Women were
very rnerly acting no delegates in the Con
vention, they should bo represented on Hie
Rev. Dr. Ilewelt rose nnd went into n net
e:erh nn the general qiicxtioli of Woiiiimi'm
Rights, nttirming that it was contrary tn cs
tublislicd usngo to linvo Women tnkc imt in
Temperance meetings. Ilo was listened to
Mr. Ilijrniiinon raid thnt lie did not wi.-di to
lir(nj irilfi the Convention, n n subject liir
discussion, tlm Woman's Rights ipicstinn.hut
that ho thought that in n World' Convention
Women should Im represented, diln w i-c it
would he only II Send Win hi Convention,
The ItuiiiK present Ind dinio pood woik in
tlm Ptiusi? in this City, through tlio Pluto ol
New Yoik and in tlm Assembly, llu 1 C
thnt they were entitled to li.ive an iipu.l voire
in um prorceiliitg t.
Col. L. 1.. Snow, Rev. J. n. Wnkelv nnd
others also spoke in favor of the l.nli- j.-in
represented on tlio Coininilli-e. Tlio Con
vention, however, voted hy n small majority
not to receive Mr. IligghiH.in'e resignation,
umi iiib v.oininniee ri'tneit.
Hun. ilriidliii d C. Wood, of Allmny, then
moved thnt tlm Convention do nilimiin fine
.nc, ioi mere is n pnny hero who nro linuinl
to run thin ullair right straight into the
ground, nnd they mine hero lor that express
purpose, nun no oilier j lint on request he
Withdrew the motion, ami moved that u Com
mittee on Credentials be nppuiiiteil.
Rev. John Chamberfi, lion. lirudford R.
Wood, mid Dr. Cundit wero appointed such
Coinmitteo- This Committee wcro nbitenl
15 minutes, nnd then reported thnt they were
unanimously of the opinion ihnt it wm not
intended by thoso who called thin mei'linj
thnt feinnh) delegates should ha reeeived,
thnt their credentials should he ilireg.ndcd,
nnd thnt otherwise, tlio roll should remain ns
completed by the Secretary. The report
won reeeived, nnd niter n severe nnd exciting
content, in which nltempt hy Miss Anthony
nnd Mrs. Foster to speak were cried down,
wne ndopted. The previous question being
moved nnd insisted on. I
Mr. John W. Oliver mud he wns until Wo
ttinn'ii Rights innn, hut he did not like to sun
nny nrhitrury feeling showed to those w ho
iiillercd from him, nnd tlioiiiiht n little friend
ly discussion would preserve harmony, lltern
lure he was opposed li the gig. Vote, 3 1
in the ntiirinutive, and :t in tlio negative, of
w hom 10 were Lady Delegate.
Dr. S. IN Townsimd voted in the nffirmv
live, intending to move n reconsideration.
Mr. Iligziiisnii then requested to have bin
tinuia stricken from the roll, and hoped thnt
the minority would withdraw mid meet at '2
I. M.nt Dr. Thrall'ii Institute, o. 13, Liight
t., to enrry nut their duty ns Delegate.
Rev. J. W. lligginsou, Abbey Kulloy Fos
ter, Hunan It. Anthony, Lucy Stone, Lydin
K Fowler, Emily Chirk, Mury C. Vaughn,
Mrs. E. L, li ilihviu mid others of lliu minor
iiy then withdrew.
The Ilitsinetm Coiumitten then reported
the following resolutions, whieh wero udopt
ed. I. Resolved, That it in expedient to hold a
World'i Temperuura Convention in tlm Cilv
nf New York, to romineuee on tlm Ctli of
September next, 1853, mid to continuo in
easion Hxir days; mid tli.it a Coinoiiucu of
ono from eae.li Htule bo appuiutril by tbix
ineetini; to Uhiiph call formiuh n Convention,
2. Rexolvcd, That tlm following tciit!it
mcn, viz: Mcusrs. 1. V. J.ieksou, John W.
Oliver, Win. K. Dndjie, It. W. Willi.iins,
John Marsli, C. C. l.eih, (ii-nrn Dnllitdd,
Jr., Schiireumn llnlnted, and J. II. 1'erry, be
Committee of Arrangements to prepare
for inch Convention.
A Cnmmitteo was then appointed to issue
call for the Convention.
Alter some informal cucyeeiioim as to the
efficiency of the Convention's anion, r. S.
I. Towseud of New York, llmved thnt the
Convention p,iy tlm oxiemi of Ilm luitien
who Imd been exeludi'd. Ci ii'S to "Onh r"
followed, nod a question wnn raised as to whe
ther the million had been seconded. It hav
ing been derided that the motion was in due
form, the Dor tor stated as bis reason lor
making the motion, that llnso frond women
bad come, Rome of Ilium, from the Western
gmrt of the Sime, and other distant places, to
uttetid this meeiiujj that they h.vil been nut-l-nged,
us well ns deceived by this whole
.transaction, and that he tliongl.t ilm least
thing that the Convention could do would be
tint payment of their expenses.
Col. 12. L. tfuow, of New York, followed
wilh remarks pointedly condemning the ac
tion of Convention in excluding the women.
Another Konthmian, whose iiniiu) wo did
Dot tfet, complained of their treatment, es
IKjuittlly in denying even a respectful hearing
(,simo of the li-iualey, nnd pointed to the
ulf-sncrh'citignnd unliriiin enerjry ofih is class
of oo-luhorern in New Vork. firai'uii
some one: " What has it nil uinnuuied to if"
Mr. J. XV. (Jliver, of New York, licked
liis liiend, Dr. Towiiseiid, to wi'hdrnw his
notion ns not desired hy the ladies ihemselv.
Dr. Towiiseiid linally HsHanted.sud withdrew
liis motion, remarking that ha bad ur.eniri
filisbed bis iwriiosa, of ontering bis eoleinn
protest against the outrage which be consid
ered tlm Convention had committed upon
onio of the most noble tooled co-workers
this cause iu the luud. Much feeling accom
panied this discussion.
Dr. biiodgrnss, nf Maryland, said be would
lso suggest, if it be not too Into to cure the
difficulty which seemed to be in the way
Kime gentlemen, mat me topic ot the rela
tion ol Ilm Teniieraiice Relorin to women,
be one of those to be reported upon, and that
the Commiltee assign it to some one of the
Mf.'iny cnjuble women engaged iu this cause.
Thm we should get a re po" which would
lie reliable, coming as It would from a rep
resentative of the very class who have suf
fered most from the scourge of lntemn,rance,
and, having learned in the school of bitter
experience, could speak most to the point
nnd with most nnerrinir efficiency. Thus
n field of co-operation would be provided for
Teinperiioee women of the country,
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TTfii.ii ;(tiiia ii.i nii.i. .".p..'.
no suit ii. ri.oi ior IOC leilli- ui rmmv pi' ii-
llemen ns to "extrnneoim malters" being in
Irndureil by the rniunn he suggested. By
granting the eex this " riiihl,' (if it lie proper
to speak of granting so clear a right,) all pre
texts tor "extraneous topics," a fenr of the
Introduction of which troubled some of the
members, would bn taken a way. He pro
ceeded to pay n high eulogy to the efficiency
of ilm Temperance women of Mar) hind, ns
jiislilVing bis opinion that their co-oicrntioii
should be sought ruther Ihnu rejected in thia
These remorks of Dr. Snodgrasa were
li'iied to wiih much interest.
A number of speeches Ibllnrved from Mes
srs. Ilewelt, nf Mass., Jackson, Dnfliebl, nnd
CluiUihcrs, of I'cnn., Oliver end Wood, of
New Yoik, nnd others.
Dr. Ilewelt ipioted Irnm Paul nnd oilier
Scriptural iiiillioriiies, which hu cluinied to
be nuainst women speaking tu tlm Church,
mid in favor of lier linking her hiisbnud nt
liaine, Ac. lie would have nothing to do
with the women.
Rev. Mr. Chnnihere wns particularly se
vere upon one ol tlm excluded holies, (Ahhy
Kelly Foster,) whoso name Im de. lined ,0
. i" j
give, cbiMged her with outraging the proprie
lies of her sex, trampling the very Son nf
('nd mider her blasphemous feet. For his
part, ho win glad tiicce women wero gone
lliey bad thus gotten rid of the scuin of the
Much feeling prevailed at this singe of the
proceedings, billowed by conliision.
K. W. Jackson, of I'd., said he had known
some of these women for twenty Jenrs.
Thi'v were in tlm habit of distill lung llie An-ti-r'liiverv
meeiiugs iu tho same way, with
their smif nnd nonsense almnt " Woinnn's
liiglns.'' They had cimm to the Hall, ex
pressly, to do n hat they had attempted to-day.
lint be ivonld iuliirm the gentleman over the
way, (Dr. Towiiseiid,) that they had not come
to New York to nlleml this Convention, but
oilier Conventions with which their names
would ho found associated. Ho wns very se
vere on the expelled ludies, nnd received
warm applause lioin the majority.
Ilm President of tin) Convention. Mir.
Barstow,) of R. I., lollotved iu some remarks
ol eiimil severity, lie referred to "teamen in
ireci'" ns a disgrace to their sex, &.i Ho
did not know what such women were good
lor. llu believed they were never prolactin
in (mulling but mischicfl (Laughter and
rim discussion wns hnro closed bv thn fi
nal withdrawal nf Dr. Towiisoud's mnliou to
pay the expenses of tho rejected female ddl-gates.
THE SECOND TEMPERANCE
THE SECOND TEMPERANCE DELEGATION.
A largo number of tlio dulugates who
withdraw on Tnursdny morning from the
Convention held in the Brick Chapel, corner
of Nus.nie mid Spruce-sis., met on Thursday
nllernoou at the Water-Cure establishment
of Dr. Thrall, No, 15 L dght-st., nt '4 o'clock.
There was a largo number of persons pres
ent representatives of eleven different
Slates among whom were Win. Lloyd Gar
rison, Wendell Phillips, Dr. Knodgrnss, Lu
cy Stone, Lydm F. I'owler, Abby Kelly I' os
ier, Susan B. Anthony, Lydiu A. Mott, Dr.
Huurirtta W. Johnson, Ruv. T. W. Higgin
sou, Rev. J. A. D.igdule, Ruv.W. B.Williaius,
Rev. Goorgo Hull, and other notables.
The business of the meeting was com
menced by the appointment of Di'.Snndgrnss,
of Diltiinoie, as Chairman, nnd Miss Susan
it. Anthony, of Rochester, ns secretary.
Tho Chairman, oiler calling the meeting
to order, resigned in litvor of llo v. Prof. W.
Iliggmson, ol Worceslcr, Mass., winch ar
rangement wus accepted by the meeting.
Dr. Hnoilgrusa guve as tho reason ol bis
resignation, that bo should continue to sup
port ilm oilier Convention, ns well us this, anil
therefore bo should nut like to take so con
spicuous n part in the proceedings of this
meeting, for though the cuiirsu ho liad taken
was fully justified hy his senso of duty, it
might possibly emhiirrus tho movement.
The temporary Chairman then slated that
!iu first busiiiues would bo to receive the
names of those who intended to act in this
matter. Tiio whole of those present, ubinit
fifty in number, ludies und gentlemen, then
Mgueil their niiines.
Messrs. Wendell Phillips nnd Lloyd Gar
rison gave in their names, und having busi
ness of importance to tiausuut, expressing
their regret, withdrew.
Joscih A. Dugdale,of Pennsylvania, Min
ister ot tho Society of Progressive Friends,
desired to expluin his reason for becoming u
member u liiu Coiivuiition, which was, that
be women wero ijmle ns much interested in
the Temperance movement ns the other sex
possibly could be. lhu other Convention
took but hull tho world, this one would em
brace the whole.
Mrs. Abby Kelly Foster here wished to ex
plain the purtose of the meeting, but gnve
way to tne Secretary, w:io read tho list ol
those who bad pledged their names to this
Stephen 15. Andrew! here desired to define
bis posiiion, Hi would become, a member
of this Convention hocutiia it was designed
lo embrace lailli sexes in it. Hu desired to
he understood us a great. friend tu Temper
ance reform, but he did not coincide wiih the
Maine Law, ns be thought that no person or
number of persons bad a right to say what
he should eat or drink. Ilo would join this
Convention if it was not intended to discuss
tho Woman's Rights question therein. If Im
understood this he was prepared to give 33
toward paying the expenses of this organiza
tion. Abby Kelly Foster now explained that so
fur as she was concerned she would have no
Woman's Rights question brought into the
Convention, although this question tea dis
cussed to such an extent this morning.
Dr. Suodgrnss here staled that, alter the
ladies had lull the Convention this morning,
the general idea among the delegates
seemed lo lie that they had got rid of the
scum, and the true metal was left without
alloy. When he left there was every appear
ance of a fight taking place, as some person
had culled a Rev. gentleman a liar. He could
not say if it hud bjen settled or not ; ha
ance Convention, which should be free to all
the inhabitants of the world, without regard
could not, as he withdrew before the nettle-;
ment of the eflinir;
A preliminary meeting of the seceding
members nnd others was nfterwnrda held,
which resulted in the holding of n large
iu the Broadway Tabernncle, nnd
in a resolution to hold a World's Tomner-1
to origin, complexion oraex. The following
are the resolutiona of the nieetiuir.
And Whereas, A portion of the members
nf this Convention have retired from that bo
dy, regarding it ns false bnlh to the letter and
spirit of the call ; the undersigned (consist
ing in part of such seceding Delegates) would
invite those who are hi I'uvor of a World's
Convention, which shall bn true to its name,
to meet iu the City of New York on the
y oi , io co mi.icr.ine present needs
of Temperance Reform
Wherens, In repnnse to a call for a pre.
liminary meeting of the frimuls of Temper
nnce Iu North America tn make arrange
ments for a World's,Teinperance Convention
in New York during tlm World's Fair, a
meeting assembled in this City on the liiii
of Mav, IS'yi, which nssuined Ilm power to
exchufn several regularly elected Delegates
j because they wero women.
I Resolved, That a Committee of five he np-'
pointed to innko the necessary nrrnngcmeiits
iu Ibis City for the World's Convention.
1 1 Resolved, That a Committeo of (orref .
j poudciirc consisting of five bo appointed in
securetlm presence ot alile speakers nnd
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"".ers. wm, ,,..., ,.e pn-pareu wim nmires
sea for the occasion
Committee on Local Arrangements Dr.
T. R. Thrnll. Oliver Johnson, Dr. O. II.1
Wellington, l.ydiu F, Fowler, mul Andre. v
Committee on Correspondence T. W.
Itlggiuson, Wendell I'liiilips, Klizalieth C.
Sainton, Mury C. Vimghn.
Commiltee oii.C'all Chnrleg C. Burleigh,
Lury Stone, J. A. liugdale.
After the appointment nf the Committees,
the President announced Jlliat on Saltirday
evening next a meeting would be held nt the
Tabernacle, for tlte purpose of defining Wo
man's position on tlm Temper-nice Reform
movement. Miss Lucy Stone, Dr. Sumlgnis,
mid others ere expected to address the meet
ing. Alter which announcement, tho meet
I'lm public meeting held in pursuance of
this announcement wns most numerously
attended, and was addressed by Miss Kmily
Chirk, of New York, Dr. Snodifrnsa of Ma
ryland, Mis Lucy Stone of Messachuscils,
U. I. Jtiii leigli anil 1' reilerick Douglass.
From the Canada Evangelist.
A Flowret lay sleeping.
BY THE EDITOR.
A flowrct lay sleeping
A dow-drop camo peeping
And charmed with the form of tho delicate
" My touch," (aid tho drop,
" Its bright leaves will ope,
And tlicu I ihall full in iln soft flagrant bosom."
A whilo it lay glancing,
When a moon-beam camo dancing,
And seeing tho rose-bud still softly roposing,
" Tis mine," said the beam,
' With my smilo's pretty glesm.
To hasten the time of its soft leaves' uncluiing."
A scphyr camo gliding,
It heard tho two chiding,
And thus it addtust thorn "Ah vain are you
'TU tho sweet breathing tons
That tho flowret will own,
, The bosom of beauty will awako but to aighir.g."
But the flower sv till lny dreaming
Till the tun roso up beaming,
Then, awaking, it answered, " Fulo suitors be
Your touch, amile, and breath
linvo tho coldness of death,
TU the icurmth of alfcction alone can ur.fold me."
Tho heart ia that flower,
With coldnesi its dower,
And in darkness i's slumber, nought curth'.y
can break it,
Till tlio Sun from above
Pour on it his love,
And tho power of his beaming alono can awako
Mulohi IV, 2.
The following singular case wns brought
lust spring, before the justice of the peace of
the Ibur'h district iu Paris. The object of the
dispute wns two white roses, whoso withered
leuves had long since beeu dispersed to the
Mudumo Gallien, (muiitiia-miiker.) I de
mand thirty fruucs,(sixilollars)duinages from
Miss Floru Minvillu lor causing mu lo lose an
order worth 150 francs.
Judge. Expluin the fuels.
Madame. Yes, sir. Aliout Iwo months
ngo, Miss Leomine ilo Crillon was to he mar
ried to the Prince of Clerinoiit-Tonneie llie
marriage gills were lo bu magnificent. J re
ceived uu order to make a dress lor llie bride'
it was to bea chef du'u'uvre. Splendid lace'
pearls, gimp all Hie marvels of the art oi'
dress-niiikiiig were to bu united. But some
thing more rare nt that time was winning ;
it was a natural while rose u ruseut the end
of February !
Judge. And Miss Flora engaged to pro
cure one fur you.
Mudoiiie. Yes, sir; she cultivates flowors.
and often sells them lo the greatest miliners
of the capital. 1 went lo her, and she prom
tsed lo let me have one of the two roses she
then possessed, lur tweuly-five francs, which
sum was to be paid on delivery. 1 depended
on her promise, but she did not keep it faith
fully j lor I did not receive the rose, and for
that reuaon they refused lo lake the wedding
Judge. (To Miss Flora.) Why did you
not deliver the rose ?
Miss Flora. (With timidity.) It waa nol
my fault. The evening before the day on
which I had promised Die white rose lo Mad
ame Gallien, a shower, which look pl.ice
during my absence, made the flowers expand,
aa to that one, it whb not promised. Mud
ilie rune fJidlien would certainly have accepted
and some hours afterwards nothing remained
of it but Hie atom. What 1 tell you is the
Judge. I believe yon, young girl. But
thn second rose, could you not have deliver
tnccting nl Ihnt ?
Miss Flora. With tenra in her eyca.) Oh,
"i lor it was tne more nunuiiiiii ot me iwo.
But 1 could not give it. It was destined to
'Judge. Wns it her birth dny t
Miss Flora (Sorrowfully.) No, air; it
wns the anniversary of her death. Pro
found sensation in the auditory ) Every
year I lay on her tomb one of those white
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roses won ii sua so finu.ii lovcti. j hid m
I did the same. I said to invself, the bride
wi, w tnn',mnm , ,lllWBr less, and
,1 noor ,0,her shall airnin to-dav have her
Here Miss Flora shed abundance of terns,
and M.idaiue (J.illien, endiMVoring to console
her, said to the judge " Slop the cause, sir,
it is wrong for me to molest this poor girl for
a good action let us any no more about it )
it is a luisliirtune thnt cannot be hel'd.
All tiiat 1 wish tor compensation is, to have
a daughter like .Miss Flora."
The justice of the peace, much affected,
sent nwny tlm parties without any further
trial. He (iron.
Gather Ripe Fruit, Oh Death.
BY E. JENNIE WARNER.
Hover not thou, with thy sombre wing,
O cr tlio bountiful buds of earth;
Gather not thou what tho angels bring,
I!light not the Mow era at birth
CliiMhood huth roses that fado at thy touch,
Voices that hush at thy breath ;
Linger not, then, 'mid the early flowers
(Julhcr llipo Fruit, oh Death I
: Visions are wreathing tho brow of youth,
I With a deep, iiiystcrious spell,
' Tulscs aro throbbing, whtue joy and truth
Itavo inca'niiii too deep to toll
! Youth hnth fountains that chill at thy touch,
Uushings that frccz? at thy breath ;
Linger not, then, 'mid the summer flowers
Gather Ilipo Fruit, oh Death 1
Mnjotty rcttcth nn Manhood's brow,
Tho fervor of life at hia heart.
Hope hath enchained him with eagerness now,
Did not her spirit depart
Manhood hath mission that yield to thy sway :
Fires that are quenched at tby breath j
Linger not, then, 'mid thob'.onm cf hia day
Gather Uipc Fruit, oh Death I
Sadness huth crept oo'r the dreams of age,
Bitterness lies at hia heart.
Tempest and mildew hnvc blotted lifo's page,
Bid tho worn spirit depart ;
Wingi that aro fo'.tcred will plumo at thy call,
Shadows will flee at thy breath ;
Come, then, in mercy, with sceptre and pall-
Gut her Ripe Fruit, oh death 1
Peacefully rcstoth tho crown of years,
On tho Christian's hoary head ;
Faith, in its fullncra, baa silenced hia fcart,
The tumult nf pnsinn has fled.
Holy tho visions that o'er him roll,
Prayer ia tho voico of hit breath i
Uend thou the temple that prisons his tout
Gather llipo Fruit, oh death I
Newspapers wcro first known in the sev
enteenth century. The lust census gives two
thousand six hundred and Iwunty-fivo iu the
United gtntes. They ore generally propor
tioned to national liberty. Austria has but
six, Rome three, Naples two, Sirily one. In
Ilm United Slates more than five hundred
millions of copies are circulated annually.
Tho lollowiug graphic account of the first
newspapers in linglaiiil, will be found inttr
estim.'. ' When thn rcijrn of James I. wns dmw
ing to n close; when Ben Johnson wns poet
laureate, und thn personal friends of Shak
spemo were lamenting his recent death;
when Cromwell was trailing us n brewer in
Huntington; when Milton was u youth of
sixteen, just trying his pen nt Latin verse, nnd
Hampden a quiet country gemlcmnu iu
Kuchiughtitirshire ; London was first solicit
ed to pntrniiizn n newspaper. There is no
reason lo duiihl ihnt the puny ancestor of die
pyramids of broad sheets of our time was
published in the metropolis in W,, und llmt
the most prominent of the ingenious specu
lators who offered ibo novelty to the world,
was Nuthnniid Butter."
Honor and glory to Nathaniel Butter! His
first paper was called lhu .Vein JVkies.
"What appears to bo tlm earliest sheet
bears date the SJTI or May, 1 ()",, und has the
names of Boiiruu Si Archer on the tide;
but na we proceed in the examination of tho
subject, we find that Butter becomes the
most conspicuous of tho set. He seems to
huve beau tho author nnd the writer, whilst
the others were probably lhu publishers; nnd
with varying title, and apparently with indif
ferent success, his name is found connected
with newspapers ns lute us 1010."
Iu pact quitnr.nl, thou tn6;vi of Nathaniel
Hut i e p., proud ancestor of thn F.diiorial line.
1 linn hast cords of scandal, ihells, suicides
nnd niurilers, liiirut sweet mid odorous in
cense! lo thy memory daily. If in thy case,
us m others, thy works ilo lolluw thee, thou
hast folioe tn look over daily. Laborious in
deed must it bo to arrange thy files. How,
too, must tears ami sighs, relieved by niter
nate grins suffuse thy lace as thou turnest
r.ver thn daily sheets of this nether world.
At Bowling Green, O., Valentine Sage, in
a fit of insanity caused by the excitement of
a leu days protracted meeting, killed una of
his children and attempted tn destroy his
wile. He is now a raving maniac in Perry s
burg Jail, hut has a perfect knowledge of
what he has done, ami justifies the act on
the ground Unit the child is Dow happy in
(" An advertisement in an Irish news
paper reads aa follows i "Lost on Saturday
lust, but llie loser does not know whero,
on empty sack with a cheese in it. On the
sack the letters P. O. nre marked, hut so
worn out aa nol lo Iss legible."
A General saaortment of New Booka and
Wall Pnpcr nnd Notions,
Juet opened at McMILLAN'S BOOK-STORE,
which the publlo are requested to oalt and ex
amine. April 7, 1853.
Key to Uncle Tom'S Cnbin,
Just received at McMillan's Book Store.
SPENCER AXD FAIRCIIIT.D'S
Celebrated Oold Tens. Every Ton warrant
ed. At McMillan's Book Store.
MATERIALS fur Artificial Flowers. A
full assortment at tho Salem Book Store.
'For solo at McMILLAN'3 Book-Store.
WIDE, WIDE WORLD and QUEECIIY,
At McMillan's Book -Store
Wliitc Mni'c mid Uncle Toui,
At McMillan's Book-Storo.
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