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BY HARRIE BERCHER STOWE.
GRINDELWALD, July 21, 1853.
au-ui., w.n.veuecumiiie "enpu .AipsthC
t cues described by Manfred. Imagine u, mounting,
10 o clock, I. urn ho Wiley of Lanterbrunu.
on hnr.ebnck-our party o throc-w ill, tw o guides.!
.!. ;t I . 7 T ',' 'm-11'" ,Nrt,,,"uh' n
lio.int.ful though nut nblnnoohjcvt. I p we began
Ll H. . l""". U',,,,',.,l1 twa .'iul'"l""
r " "Vt r ..,n nl , mountain. 1, i,
fca iiif timc-a bright duy-t, ,.,r,r; the birds
sing ai U moil. Women mid children arc hii.y in the
new. ip wo r,o r.ig-zng it pui sto.pcr nnd
.Wright Mow niu is a lul l, w here
rami nn. liii.riiil,- .......v ..... ..i i . .. :
i M L. ii , : """ " poi-penmcn-
r nni. cumnjr inir; now we nl l.igh tint, th'
nonsesin tlm vnllevlook likeehii... II. io wc steml
in a place two thousand feet above the . alley. Tlieip
i. .... .1. ;..l.i ... ..... .i .i . . ,
v r.pn-m vi i.-io,-,i; me nore Mtin'H en (ii yi i-y
"Ik''. nd the jrni.lo Mop;., leu jr hi- bridle, anil'
ronipowdly i'oninintieei an onition on the m cue I r
low. "tdil l'..r iner..y' t:ike, why "v liy do yen
lop hern'" 1 nrty: ""pray 1; in." lie' tool ' in
my faec with innoi eiil ..inler. tnkrthi' I rid'e in1
hia arm, mid p en on. .Now e hae i i.n.e to the
little village of Veii.;en, n heiiee the Ven!r n
t.ikt their name. Ilu I eantifiil.' Iiow like lniily
land! I'p here, miduai in nir, i n I ."intilnl eieeii
Hook, with undulating UelU and Mia.lwowy. breezv
lie-t, h"ie are the t-nttiiuen of the h.n iu,ikeiK.
Tlu iJelei'talile Abnintiiiiiii had no Keene more loye
ly. Ji h hoti-e ha its M.f he.nily loinled with
moni-.. 'What i that lor!" 1 usk." 'J'he whirl-
wiinl.-, miy my jrnnle. unli a (i'iiilii nnt turn (.1
his li!'iK "TliN in tlie f.-liool-hoiife," heaild.". tin
e pa.l a liilildm buyer tlnil t!ie test. Now the
pnih turiiM nnd l"p" down a Meeii bank eoiered
it Ii huwn.'iis to it little iuiok In low, ike in cuv
red with new in v. II mv liore is coint; to throw nie
. . f .' t - i '
nnjwnere, l n ifh ii may oe nere: it iiim-ii .a.t n
tnn.R . . r. n uo,y, , mu iiiiy. .at now vej
mount Inher-the breey dells, ennblcd w.il. t ow-
f ri and jtra,s, beeon.o ...ore few; the peat black
pmci take their i ace, lhou-h they Mill occur oe, a- -
i.ipii oe ore us, hi tlie purest as a a ide
adorned lor her husband, rises the beautiful June;
rrnti, wearing on her loiehead tho rll-.er (u rn mid
tho snow lioin, The silyer horn isn peak d i.clinj:
bright, of the purest snow, and iis.-rcst isimw K en
in relief, ncainst a sky of the deopi.M blue. .S-e,
also, how those dark pines of the f..repround con
trast with it, like the stern, umuriilnl realities ol
lifi) seen piint the dazzling hopes of Ileayen.
There is FOiuetliin celestial in those mountains:
Yon iniht think such ayisioii as that to ben bright
footstool of heaieu, from which the next wmld be
into aa unknown world. That da.linp suiniiilt
hs nceer Iwii profaned by mortal foot, it is whol
ly iuaceeihle! Tho pines here bejtin to i-how
that loiip. white be nd of moss, which I admire so
much in .Maine. Now we p) riht up over their
heads there, the tall pines are under our feet. A '
little mors, and now above us rise the M'-rn, naked
ricks, here only the ehnniois ninl tlie wild p-oat
lic, llut siill, lair as the niooti, clear as the mn,
look" forth the .Juntifraii. e turn, to look d.iwn.
That .taubuch, which in the valley seeine 1 to fill
fn in such an immense precipice, higher than we
could pi'e. is new a silver thiead. far I clow our
feet, and the valley of Lauterbruiin feetnr. as notb
tnjr. Only bleak, purplish erap, rUin" all around
us, and silent, silver mountains lookii over them.
'That one before )"u is the Monk," says one ol
our friend, calling to me from behind, and i oin
linit to a preat snow peal:.
Our uuide, with nuiin.itiun, introduced us, by
ramo, to every one of theso snow whito eenii the
ramo, to every one of theso snow whito genii the
i-ullium, tho" Schiriuhoin, tho Wclterhorn, the '
gruat r.igers, unit 1 cannot renieiuber what besides.
The L'llldes seemed to consider tliciu nil
1'l. ! I . , ., ..
Certainly nothing could be so singular, so occii-
liar, ns this ascension. Wo had now ri"ed the
limit of all but grass nnd alpine flowers, which still
itn their intiiiitc variety, cuilirotder tl.c way; and
jw tho auherge is gained. UooU night, now, nnd
That is to say there we stopped
On the : iim-
mu, iu iair view ot the oungtruii, a
wall of rock, I
frowned with fields of Mernnl s'now, whose ilar.-
fling brightness almost puts mv eves out. My head
ehes, tun, with the thin nir of those monntains.
I thought 1 should like to stay ono night, just to
hear amlches fall; but I onnnot breath well here,
nod there is a secret senso of horror nboiit these
sterile nicks and eternal snows. So, after dinner,
J gladly consent to go down (jnndelw aid.
I III' II sl.n l I n, illtl, ,,r C.r 1 11 it...
I walking for, to tell tho truth. I
havo no fondnoss for riding, head first down n na'th
ing, head first down a path
as steep in some places as a wall; 1 h'.ivo that to.
, who never fears anything. Sol walked nil'
tho way to Cirinilelwnld.'nine miles c f very rough i
fond. There was a lidv walkin.' the same nn.. ;
... .1 ii i "
with her husband, who had conn') on foot the whole
way from Luuterbruun, nnd did not teem in the
lo.ist fatigued. Jly guide exhausted ull liU elo -
fjiu nco to puv.uadi! me that it van LeUor to rii'c:
at lust I settled bim by saying, '-Why hero is a
li ly who h.n walked tho w liole route." So be con-
loil.il liil,si,tf tlml 4., lw.1, .,,... 4o llii.l It....-.'
M lie con
to find I'ow-;
ers, and carrying the handkerchief in which I slow-
e l them. Alas! what herbarium of b.ip'e- tlovv
ers, laid out stark, stiff, nnd motionless, liko beau
ty on its bier; and wilh horrible long mimes writ-:
ten under (hem, can ever give an idea of the inlin-;
itc variety and beauty of the Uonil crown of thvi.e
v.. . . nn., ... ii. i'in .i.i. ui.'i on , -
I IliV he 'Iril-I urn rnsAiiilOna IIni l.i.rl.t 1 1, in ir rn'il.
... ., "
iV , io? more man m- monjne at .-i. uernani s is u
speeuiieu of inountain travelers. et ono thing a
herbarium is good for: in looking at it, von ciin re -
fall how they l.s.ked and glowed and waved m lile
with all their silver-crow tied ui"iinta:ns uroiuid
' i!-l i , ii . ,
Alter wo arrived at (.rmthdwald, tired ns I wa.i.
I mado sketches ol nine vai.ct.es, which 1 intend
to color as soon as we rest Ion;' enough. So uiileh
I did for love of the dear litllo souK
f luo thin I,...,. ... ... i !..ni ., vi.,
j '. . i ... . . .i r. ..
ujs nonsers ooiuii.sis io iimici too luosi Hague
'.i i . I. i-ii . . r
mm cuicrcai oi cariii s tiiiiircii' w tin nie. iiioun -
tninoiis and uiiproiioiiiue ililo iiaines? Xow, there
., near .lino i.ower that 1 Hist loot at EM. tier-
hum a little purple hell, with a Iring; it is more
pirticularly beautiful from it growing just on tliei
verge of uvalanchcs, coining up und blossoming
through the nuuw. I send you one in this letter,
which I dug out of a snow-bank this morning.
And this fair creation this hope upon n death-hod
this initigo of love uncliillod und iinmortul huvv
1 want to kuow it by name!
To-day, at tho summit house of the mountain, I
ripened un herbarium, and there were three inches
rdlinme, ns hopelessnnd pronounceab e as ll.e vjer-
man of our guides, piled upon my httlo llowcr. 1
(hut the Uorbwiuiii.
J his morning w c started early from (ir.tvlenwald
that is, by o'clock. An uucl.ni.led, clear, bree-
ry morning, tho air lull d the sounds ot cascades,
ndoftliolutlo bcllsoftho herds. As wo began
owiud upwurd into that dcleetal lo region which
torms the Urst stnge ot nsccutl said to , "1 he
Dioic of benuiifel tcencry 1 ice, tho more I npprc
liv.e the wonderful poetry of Iho Pilgrim's I'io'
no. Ii v of tho I'll 'rim s I'io-
cress. inc meailowsliv the river ot lile, curious-
cress.' The meadows bv the river of lile. cnrioiiK.
, j . -, ,... .. . . ., ' .
ly adoruod with lillies; tno dulcctabln niountniiis;
.he land Beulah; how oflen have .1 Iheughtof then.:
!.ro ' ..." .T! ln "a "l" PtiP. ui.d then up.
...... !. f- I . . r.i' r . .
Vnr .l U , f '0 m"u,,ltt"'. " "."P'r-:
ZVo.ro ,h,. si? S- L nf grass and llowers.
"P1"?! !r,',, 01 tl,e K,'"
rose nt once before us.
"O.;, I want to get down," said I, "and go near!
Down 1 did got. and, taking what seemed to he'
.I.. ............ .. i ' ,
V" .". "'"'"' "--6"" .u.""5 u
UiH-side toward them.
'No. no I Back, back I" shouted the guide, in
.1 ;,.tTn,..li ioZ ',r . y . ' ''0 'rJ ""'
long path where travelers guucrally go. I went.
cl.Ur uud Kit down ou a rock under thou., nnd
l,tokd up. iho clear suu wa. ......ng through;
theuu clear and blue looked tho nlu und arches,
all dripping and beautiful. Wo went down upon
thorn by tops , which a man out in the ho. There
win one .rift of lee we lookeil ;iuto, which was about
tuj feet high, gomg up into sharp arch. I he
inside of this arch win clear blue leo, of tin co or
of crystal of blue vitriol. Cno of our romantic
.lomp'unlons.. ns,t uneasy MVm, u"
al.todo all .oris of improper things. Ho wanted
to .t-Uowp tlockl of Ice, and to go inside the
,t was nt till C h id contrive 1 M throw the
' ltu I of the little boy's hat. hot down into a crevns
nbout ,., , . K,lvc lip Tll.u, .,,, , ftnn,., , .,..
for this cspcri.ucn't. hut mver mind ! Our p.,!,!,-.
'"-ok H,v.. that elcrgvmni, ,f Vcvav, on this
gla-i,.,. f.dl int.. n . rAii-o n-veral hundred feet
'deep, nnd w,,s killed: sol was glad enough v. hen
wc 1 ,.t nr , l,ivl.,.us Irlcud ,,ir IV, in it.
. 1,0 o.,,ht t.. !,.. a I., 11 on hi- neck, a- nil the
cow ln here; mid ,7,,y,i (,. this w mount -wc
leave tlm ghi.icr, mid rid- up into n land of inn
sleeper. , ,,,. ..re we see n hundred rows pajug in
. . . r
appreciate Ui.s movement-.
I regret toniy that two glacicrs.how ever beautiful,
1 on nn ein.ity stomach up) tar laihcr of doubtful'
utility. So' I rcuiniistriitcd; but the guide, as ad
: guides do, when dead ahead, ns if I hadn't said
word , hi. v ever, rode composedly toward the
, hotel, saying that a dinner was a finer sight than
I glacier; and 1 thought only of the same iiiiu.l,thuiigt
1 1 would follow- my guide just to see.
I W went with me. Alter .1 litlh', wc had toletivo
ourhorbcs nnd fcraiublc ' out a mile the faid
lm1,mttiUt .f was right and wo are vvromr."
,,'aiidmycoiiipani ceutentiously. J ft ju.st On-
i,;,,,,. ,.,,,.. i.,,,,, i,.m.. ,
: n'll CUI, lliin.mil lino IV I'.Iil'UI III nils nil. J IOVB
your head a roof of blue, clear ice; below your fee.
j ,,, t.ft,l.ll,, UB it l,,,,,, ,way , tho Jkness.
1 '''':0,,onesido ,.f.hugi;i.'iervvasali.tlo sort of cell.
' I thought of Coloridge's line
1 " n'1
I "A pleasure Iciwer with domes of ice."
0" tl. lu.le, the glaeiesr paid for looking-,,-!
' von dinnor-ti.e- hid, is saving a good deal.
! u. J . . .
j Iho following is the most singular item ainony;
Iho recent news from abroad. "Ilia Holiness
i pn J'iu tlio IX Jus just lent tn tlio Duke do
IIr.iL.nt u fragineut of wood of tlio manger1
hkb f j f . . , T f,
, .. MW '. , . , .
i lnvtotiiidli'WO which Mr. (lonella obluu.ed i
n, bis .loyal lIiJrL,.0p.:LV
win mind nfleftfld nt llie prcsout made to him
by tbe r.jK-i : '
cite, and to go down inhi holes, and limited (in
standing particularly long on i spot which the
guide told him was nil undermined, in order tlml
ho might ,..t a i lUr i f 1,-c that seemed inclined to
mil. nnd hoar it siuah.
Tin- poor guide was ii distressed us alien, when
her ducks take In the water: h run. nnd called.
mthi niiuuii'.i. in ucrin in, nciii-n ninl i.iijiIkIi, una
i'io tlt'li! t le II. I.Ik all yellow with butter
1 la v are a ery iuall brn d. inettily formed, and
.M.li bii'l on ln r ne. k n leil. II. .w ninny lieten'
there nre in these I.e1l ! iiiite a iliapn-.m nonii
cry .N i i-tonr.l. nnd o on, i.p to the hihet ! how
piettily they itoiind, nil jroinj (ote'.l.er! The belli-!
u:e in i.le ol the bet of metal, for the tone in ol
an ndiuirnhlc rptnliiv.
tHi ! do look oil' there, on that natch of mow nn-
der the eiterhoru I It i nil eoieird with iow:,
lliey look no l.ier than itiarrtf, "What innkex
them pi there ? " unid wo to our guides. " T" In
!!" wax the nii'wer.
Hark I v. hut V that ? a Hidden notiml, like tin-'
rtth i f a eiiea.le.
" .Ayjilauehe! ninhinehe!" ex.'hiiined the paide.
And now. pouring down the kIiI f the Uetti-r-
liorn, eaine n luilk-while en, cade, h okina just like
any other iaca.le, ineliinp rucelully oer the
rH'kn, mid uprendiii
like a ntreaiu ol inilk, on the
noile.l miw below.
This i a riniinier iiyaliiuehe a mere hiittii a
f alley nili. le. p. I up, or rather pd don, to enter-,
tain trr.e'.ers. The winter a:il inches are ipiite
other ihin-r". Vilni'xp a little Inriher in our tiuck,
u horn t in ,'niitn i.d i..l k..;..
where all the t ine luue I een brokeiiflii.it oil by
one of the,... ' ,,,, eu hi re nlo.,,; b,.,e, I rnnembel i
some old Kl,.,tlv pines, dead their while,
c.haMly ckelrtniiK bleached by a humli-ed storms. !
there Mand, Mretchini: out tlieir l.uiir bony a mis.
like phantoiii giants. These skeleton nines me a'
vyonderlnl linage; 1 wonder 1 have not seen them
introduced into picliirc.
There, now, a little nhe.i.l, is a small hut. which
marks tho summit of tho prim S hnidich. tlnr
horses eome up to il, and we dismount. Nuno id
the party pi in to sleep I pi out to climb a neiirh-
horill'S l.ealc. Al tlie fool of llii. i.n.ilf till' n U-e-ill, I
... r 1 i i i i- i i,1 i7 V- i
.I snovr, soiled and du ty, as hall-melted snow "I-'
Miivs is, i.ui ivin iiaici nie ;;reen prass uini luxu
riant lloweis, it had a rtrniip' air a little spot of
b ath in the green l of n ioicing life-like that
deiilh.spot which often lies in the liumnn heart !
miinlig all M'emiiig flowers and bloom, cold,
less. 110 Mini, e.iiu warms it, and the warming that'e..
i..,-,,l,l H ..,t. ,.!' r 1." ......
m.lt ii. I
Now. I thoughl. I have read of Ab.ine flowers i
tZuiT. il, u"J Z lee "so
to vv Inch I have given the name id ni.oununi."
was grow ing. not only close to the 'imw, but in it
Tims i bubs grace, shining steadily on the w aste
places of the human heart, brines up heavenward
sighins and aspirations which pierce thioiigh the
cold miows of iitniction, nnd tell that thete is vet
life benentti, nnd a power which tdiall melt "nil
away. These llowers are the prayers of the nlliic-
teu hearts, cam u up thmugii the ice ol a h ng
""l"",";.,a""1 "1' inrougn mc ice ui a eng.,
lr,l,hg. '"er ugoliy, by the sunshine of dud's (
,' , ""pnir. n
Pil II Ii I lie Ir ni .,1V Siilns . I I in nn.i I; I ..n.M I n , l,n .
i ' " , ...v
op, auu on inc lop a miK ot tome shale. i
. I .....I I. ...I... 1 ii t I. : i:
, ro .ii
: . .11 UOll II 1,1111 liHIUl'Ui 1 CIS IS Yll.lliC SOU- ;
lml,,s . AU around me w ere these deep green dclU,
"'"" i i r r
""":" '":" .innipiiip ...o 'cr;-i
, , , "" "." T """" ''
.....1 1...I.-H..I. lien nolo ovum, nun guc, grace in:
the commonest muud. Now I look hack along the
way we have been traveling. 1 look lit the strange
''Id idoudv niountiiiiis, the Keger, the Wutleihoru.
me trnutsii.irii. s siici ui i.iuv I'uicr no:.-s roiuiii .
them nn indescribable ferial l.alo v hi. h no,
painter ever represents. i ho can paint the n:r
. .... . .. . . , . , . .. .. , ..rr. . .,,
their glittering images? (.if all peaks, the Kiger
lot vii nl . i.n i,. tvlo. 1, I ..'.it ..I ...ill..
is the most iiiMnesNive to me. It n a gigtume i
l.l. lighshnre of rock, set nil against the sky, its
ke?n "r'! '"'ido edged with glittering frost;.
'"r s." ""'.""'I' l".l'"it, that only a dazzling line
'"''") Mmrp is us point, mat only a mizzling line
noirks tlie elerioil snow on its In. ml.
",l l " """" " ' '"
I walked out ns far ni I ecul.l on a narrow sum-
mil, and took a hist look. Cilnc'.crs 1 snows! ini.uii-
lainsl sunny dells and flowers! all, good bye, l'lul
pi pilgrim and n Mriinger.
Aheadv, locking down to the shniity, I (.en the
ruide. like a hen that has lost n chicken, slinking'
his wings, nnd clucking nnd making a great fuss.
I could May here all day. I would like to st ay
tw o or tluee to see Imw it would look at sunrise,
. ......... ... It.. .1 !...... ,.C .1... A 1. I
il v n n ii r i-i u. in: uon il ill on 17 01 ill, -si; noun y 11. 11
lows and look up into the skv to shut mv eves'"1
lazily, and open them again, nnd so let the" wliole'."1!
: .t I. ...
lull '1 vsgiuii noil, if,t
joi no, ,iiu pii:i- n n ii'iic ,1111.1- I up, loo 1I.11.I
i.... .i. i.. i ... .....
11...-. .1.- .i i v..i .i. I
We nlvvavs must erne down, when we take nnv
mii. iiiv ii'.i..-, ii.iii , iiiio ,i u ino-i coiuc vioii it,
! :.. .1 w 1 1 1 1.:
,. .... .1 .. ,, ... .
11 . ill lllll, l.l IU. t.O 11,-1 C A O.'l I'lIU 111 lllll
iniiicuitr, into the valley ot iinnnii itam, nnd njon
mn ,, , v lllrst. n Ve K,:ll, aU ... ,r t,0
r(,,lllh Ul.'a ra lu t,,,.,,,,,.,, nll, K(. C,II)P ,
' t.n,1(,, , j,,,,,.. ym., . , ie ,,..k Kl)r,,st;
t.(lv blu,.k MC , ,,.,, -mf!l , ,, ..
; C.,-Ilti..ir?. 1 welcome litis solemn cod brothherhood,
i wliit h stand, gritv-I.earded, like monks, old, dark.
ik,llini t; ,;, , L.rllliu m.illrnful sound-like a
,(,,ui,!le ,1,,0,,-h tl.u leaves,
; , , , ,, , ,
I Al'""t 1nn " 'V' '"".", l" I"""'"-""'?. As wo drew
mm the hotel, the guide struck oil a path lending
nn the nioliutaili. siiviii. bv way of exiiliinatioii
,. , ' -'
"If , mw '
; Xow, 1 confess, that it was nither too near din
n; , .... i was i..:i i..u mco, in vhu d in
treu.endoue ravine, as if an oar.hiinako bad rem
: ulomituin asunder. A hundred feet down in this
,jltck gorgoa stream win roaring iu a succession
f i,md Ij.ii.s, and a brid ro crossed it. whero
I i,i i., ,,;,. ,1 , ;,,, ii- ,i,.,o .1,i a.,,.,1.
Then on we went, till wo came to the ulatsior!
ti l..., .. ....c,t.,.,. l.l. i i
...,,,..i 'ii.:M n,,..i ,.i.sin inns ili,...,lO u,,.!..- ;,
iii'in. Jinn U'.i nil ciui-oii i 11119 inrcciiy uiuicr
,i ,i, ,; ri,, i... .i.r i,-.,,.
. . . .
,Mcrv ,,1.,,;,.,., trll it a roaring cascade into it. -
v.iu'cu.i go down into a cavern in this rift. Above
I or arched hook, up which nn old man had cut steps
I ..... .... ...,. ., f u I I.I A III. I..
,i .i c ,
I iiiv if ,i,o ... . .i'iu.1 ii, i iiiii,-
V' , ' "'. ' .'
blue, glittering ice, anil looked out
i . .i . . i. ...
. "i in, ureneii w nmow in ine caw cueanii iiiouniains.
THE WORTH OF HOURS.
THE WORTH OF HOURS. MILNES.
llelieve not that y. ur inner eye
t'nn ever injust measure try
The worth of hours as they go by.
For every man's weak self, alas!
Makes him to see them while they pass,
As through n dim or tinted glass.
l!ut if, wiih earnest care, yon would
Mete out In each Its part of Rood,
Trust rather to yi ur nftcr-iiiood.
Those surely are not fairly spent
That leiveyour spirit bowed and bent
In sad unrest and ill content.
And more, though free from seeming harm,
You rest from toil of mind or arm,
Or slow retire from pleasure's charm
If then a painful sense comes on
Of something w holly lost and gone,
Vainly enjoyed or vainly done
fT something from your being's chain
Ilr.iko. off, not to be linked apain
It v all mere memory can retain
I'poii y.nir heart this truth may rise
Nothing that altogether dies
Suffices man's just destinies.
So should wo live, that every hour
May die as dies the natural Ihivrer,
A self-revolving thing of power.
That every thought and every deed
May hold within itself the seed
Of future good and future need:
KMfciuing sorrow, whose employ
Is to develop, not destJov,
Far better than a barren joy.
A PEEP WITHIN DOORS.
.ine niiii-i oi me group, he ext 1 his arms,
j enclosing them all, and bow ing his bead to the
I shoulder of his son wept aloud
'v w i-h ns Hober,!' he at' last sai.h 'we can
! " " ll " " .v Kn.v. mid make your-
self worthy of the love, that for-ives so r,,,,,-ti'
, Mi n ii);.)ir (.iu w v
I bung Ib.bctt linos's wellare-thnt ,, m ,r breath
:,a. , Mo.nl bctneeuhim imd i-nouii v Ycv.
j after, when be wns honored an 1 re. i e.-ieY cilien
ndornig his brilliant talents by virtues as rare'.,;
""'.V ere ennobling, no one knew why he , ho'uhl
turn ever to the erring with e,.r.,g'i:,g words,
I Tho key Hone of bis eenewms f..i .. .
: , ,?ricd i .ne a r s f S I t Tll
d'w!" buHedt !., v" a w
' watched his course with' etirle eve and folhvvld
' his foot-ieps ,,.i,,?K. reeeive l' ,,iw,iv', the most
! Vo" yU V"f '
nw:n':i:::,::,.,:"::h::' ""aml h ,.,,.
'iniir ttniirri, linn ni. not well Know what I said
i . . .i .. i. i .1.1... i .
inuuriitg. 1 on ought to go t toi.crl go
S"ut kuecs, and whatever he says to you, you
I will loin. 110 riidil to ii .in nln i n "
! " "'"!' ,hl' 1"st ")v ,l".vs? II ertainly seemed so.
d the heart of tho erring hoy was ttrickeu at the
we,HIK,,f 1,u ""r1'""' ll"1 lie had brought upon his
'Ho asks none-l ask Tor him the sum that you,
he has gained the victory, then. Veil, tell!
nun to enjo hi:
n, .lv ),!,
villainoiistriumph. t.ive him that,
that if lie has miv decenev left be
. r, .. I.;..l. I 'l ! I .....
1... 1.:... ii . .1 I-.. 1
'I' " I 'II i I II I 1 1 V I 'lilt
t " ' " IT"''." e may
f ' , ," "'"r ""'"I"1'" "1,r uest teei.ngs umler
iapn : and may I not (ell bun you
' 1 : '
Inrne. lie. nv i, I. .. si.,1. SI.., t..i
closed the door when a deep heavy moan broke upon
her cnr. and she pnuseil. Another and another
followed, so heart-lending, so agonizing, thnt she
grew faint with four. For a moment her hand
trenii.teii up.'t the latch, mm then she raised It, and
gliding up to her father, folded her arms about him.
and pressed her lips to his. ;
r orgive me. dear papa, lorgive vour own Kiln
her first unkind words. I was thinking only of
rorgive me. ueiir papa, lorgtve your own Kiln
am very sorry; cannot you lorgive me, papa?
" Yes, child, yes 1 Uood night, darling ! there.
And Hubert ?'
i ou win teei Letter it you se hi in- pups..'
gain Kiln tumeil trom the door, anil hurried
(lwn stairs. Still tho boy sat with his face in his'
mother's Inn nnd bis nn twined nlmnt
itl, Ntni te.l at the sight of her slight figure, dressed
, n was for a (lillcrent scene Irom tins. Tho pale
anxious fuee, lmiking out from the rich mass of,
,.ru, now disarranged and drawn behind her cars.
, ic.ii ni ns iniiugii mug years nao i nsseu over il
;, ',l.i half hour 1W filial ii was n f..,.rfl o-.l
deal for glad, bonvant seventeen,
'Thorn is the money. Kobert.' she said fliiono-'
,), ,mlH0 ,,lin tho table, 'and now yen must goi
l ack with mo und say to our father that you are
torrv you nave ma.ie inui nnsfriii.le.'
1 lie will turn mo from the door. Kiln.'
'And do you not deserve it
' Kiln !' inteipii-ed the tender mother.
'1 do; that anil more. Hut crimps he will think
' '"" ,,)
' our manner and words will tell him for what
'"" c'mlo. luu have very nearly killed our pour
b"ber, liobcrt. I h ive vcii his gi ay hairs to-night
nbuot t as low us the grave w ill lay them. I have
I SCI'tl I. illl I II hllcll 11 'Oll V fIS IllinK til' II, nrn .mi.iil.li.
. . , . . .- .... .............
1 - s..... 1
I .III. I'll II I . . - .
1.11a, eiiii.i . r.iin ; ex. lanne.t .'lis. i.nne, 'lout
much of i.ur father's spirit that is. too.
I ',"r " woman, uewure now v.ui incak the
oruiscu n cu
' l.lla is right, mother,' said the boy, rising. ' 1
; will go to bun 1 will tell htm how wretched 1 have
made mv self; how I wish 1 could take the bad of
; vvrel. hi'.lnc.ss, and relievo those I love. 1 w ill
; promise bim to look out some humble corner of the
j earth, and hide invsclf in it, away from his sight
j forever. Perhaps ho will bid mo cam his conll
I deuce by years of rectitude jteriiifu be will hut
if he dues not, Llla is right whatever he suys to
I me, if he curse mo I shall have no cause to com-
i . ?.i i- ,
Jiut I will complain, llol eit! exclaimed the
,g,r, a in sii i urst ol tears; anil wherever'
I ...... ,..111 ... .. .' "." '
1 lll'st of tears 'uml nliiiwiinr'
j vni go, i win go whii von. I'oor near papa I Until
, lie shall not separate' u.. we, who havi both sat
upon ins kiii o at the same tune Ins own darling
children I ( will never stay here whilo you nre
without a home, Hubert !'
Tha excited girl clasi.ed both her lin.ids over her
brother's nrm, an led tlie wny up slnirs, while the
trembling mother followed pruj iugiu her heart that
interview might terminate more favorably I hi. n
'"'r I1-" promised.
Vlteu thev entered .Mr.Laiu.'s rooni.theold man sat
in bis arm chair, leaning over a table, resting his
f"r'1"';"1. "I""1 l,,'M ,',"l'' l"'d. Hooks were
eaitcii;d itroiind, but ihey had evitlently not
'"'"'''I 'I'!'' evening: I here was a ghiss of water
"''""j" I"1'.". l,lh "1 k''1"11' " U""eu-
ed as though Irom fatntiiess. Had his hair become
i "''". Kl".1 vigorous fraiuo become heuded
; mother und sister, had been duly wei'hcil. bin
1 '!"' "l.!'." ''"'"'' .''"J )n'er been reckoned muting
the sullcreis. A oiti com n rive so h .urst (Y 1.;
Ill .SI 1111 ,1 S III! t ,1 It..',..,,. i. It .... 1.. ........ ...I . I
i'"som, as he tinew Inniscii without aw
her. ""i,i.anw bile raising her pale face i.nplo'ringly
! '" ''"'"",l."i '"."I -. ".st kissing hcrfathcr
hand, ami bathing it w ith a shower of vvaini tears,
placeil it ou Kolierl s head.
'You forgive hi.u papa you forgive poor Hubert?
He shall never m l wickedly ii;,'ain; and he is vour
only son. " "
1 he old man strove to speak, but words died
I ' ,1 , '1 1 ,
' r, . .7 ""B'""rii "in emotiuu
'overmastered h.no uml si. in. r r,.,i,.. l.;u
., :." , , ,...- , o.ur nun
relincd mid ileferentinl attention, might often have I
been heard muttering to bimfclf, with wondering!
affection, 'This my son was dead and is alive again,'
lie was lost and is round,' F. F. j
Franklin's Paitr is I'iiii, vhku'iua. This paper,!
published and edited by llenjaiiiin Franklin first I
made its npearanee on I'eeeiiiber 1 ltd. 17JH. It
was first called 'The I'nlvi-rsal Instructor in all
the Arts and .Sciences,' which title wns afterwards
necessarily into several olhei hands, and finally '
expired in 1 SO I, in the "mh year of its age. The;
paper changed much In all these years in s'ue,
paper and editorials, Its size at first wns that
an eight by ten. The paper was then, yellowish, 1
and course, Tho price was ten dollars a year, and
in maiier mere was into variety, rules, poems,
fables, with a lille foreign news several months old,
worn nil it could set lorth. 1 he advertisements
now Feemed old and out of date, and no n.io could
Hud the place to which they refer. Persons leaving
for F.urope nie spoken of as ii' iiiiii for Kuroj e,
and a cargo of negroes, just arrived, arc duly advor-
iiseu, nun persons w nine. i in iook ni me cargo, I
Altogether, the sheet in its best estate, would not
equal any village sheet which our country now
i Tne following extract from an address of Men-!
I gher. recently delivered in New York, Is truly elo-'
!iient in its description of the present state nfl
! Kurope. How impossible, remarks a colemporary,
j for a soul not stirred, and even tried in lire, to!
conceive and titter such things as these: I
i ''Austria the whole (Jeinian family tongue-'
lied; the Khiiie stagnant in her bed Poland, still j
the Niol.e of tuitions, nnd her estate cut up and 1
pan elled out anions the robbers; Hungary with '
, the knife nt her proud and beauteous neck :' Ilnlv. I
locked within her sculptured sepulchre, and pr'o-i
fane soldiery to watch it; Franco, grinning in al
masquerade, the glare of w hich blinds men to the
crimes of w hich it is the reckless and senseless car
nival ; Ireland, her people, decaying and disappear
ing Castor than the ruins, even, which a ruthless
civilisation has left standing on tho soil; where
where can t.'ie eve that scans the history of this day
:.i. : ... : .r ..-.i .. .' J
jioiii ,ii.ii niuiotii gnoi, v itiioiti vengeanse.
i without ilesnair. unless il b.i to this crreat common- i
wealth, the power, the progress, the immensity of I
which m-c ipped out in those mighty waters oi l
the YV...I IV..,.. ..I.;.. I, I ...L,
F.rm ts ni- I.iuiit. Dr. Mis, re the celebrated!
itOui.hvsicoin iIhim m,..,.,L ,.r It.ri.i .... 1....1.. -.i I
:. - ' " "'"V
"A tadpole eonrined in darkness will never be-
come a l.og. mid an infant being deprived of I lent-
11 ii," ngiii 111 oniv grow into a siiapeiess tiliot
instead 11 sensible nnd reasonable being. Ilenen in
the deep, dark gorges and ravines of tho .Swiss
I alias, where the direct sunshine never reaches.
alias, where the direct siinsliine never reaches '
!'"' '"'m'"", P". ,f' i,li,,,,.v' MnJ ""n
..i: . . ...:.i. ... ., ',
ijud those are decidedly the healthiest, other things '
being oqiial. in which nil the rooms nre during!
s part of the dav, fully exposed to tho direct ',
light. Kpidemics uitack inhabil lints on the shady '
side of the street, and totally exempt those on the
other side, nnd even in epidemics, such as ague, the
morbid influence is often thus partial in its labors."
From the Home Journal.
. , . .." i ,. ' r ' .
''uc' " '"I 8rul,,;d u tew days previous tto Its
The fire in the hut of tho wrecker
Gleams out, through the darkness of night,
From tho hut where tho drift-wood upbhw.es,
And the children sit round in tho light.
"Now, grandfather F.rie, a story!"
The children all echo in glee;
Tell the talc you once told of the viking,
And the drift wood he cnsl in the sea."
There wn once, O my children, in Norway,
V viking who loosed from the strand,
(,.,- ,,,, s. a. i,;, ;.. ,,. ,i,., a... . , ,
ar n '"' l'""' .'" nn& r' ,l10 'l"'-I''"'
Of the temple of Thor from the land.
"And when he lost sight of the mountains.
Ho threw out tho posts on tho sen,
And said, -I w ill follow this drift-wood,
Wherever its guiding shall be'
'Thns on, day nnd night, sailed the viking,
While his raven flew high on the mast;
Till one morn, on the far shoro of Iceland,
The door-posts upfloated nt last.
"And there he again reared the pillars
t)f the temple of 1 hnr on the strand,
. , .1 . , . . .
.....v ...s ,., ,.,,.,
He long ruled in peace o'er the laud.
,., i.i . 1 , ....
. (111 lllll. 111 llllll HIHIiIiiUIpI I.I,' hIuLIhiih
" e launch forth our holies on life's tide;
And lollow them ilar.ngly onward,
llow widvly soe'er they may guide.
"And perchance, they may lead as to honor,
Or pen-banco they may falsely Invito
Wheru at least we lie stranded and shattered,
Like the drift-wood wc sit by to-night."
Dkptii or the lltMH'S of Thkes. In the
spring of lfoO, 1 removed au applo tree which
vv as groi ng on n gravel ridge, to a place prepared
for it a short distance from whence it was taken.
Tho tno was fix inches in diameter, hub been
. i t l I i l i . . i
tilantc.l. 1 Hhoul I link'!', about twc.n v veiirs. no.)
icniovm. j no ucu miu iinrei oi inc. grans sci in
it arc glowing thriftily.
In the place where tlio tree stool, I gitnlc n
well, ntnl m the nigging traicd the root t,t the,
upple tree downwards to u depth nt or twelve
bet below the surface of lliegroiiii . My ntten-
tion was called Ly llto uppuunnce of the roots,
as tho tvoiktncu were going ou with thoir work
und n iiieasuiciiii'iit. wt.n inadf. llovr inticli
deeper llie roots could liuvo been (raced 1 cannot
tell, but I was well satislied that they did extend
soiiio litlle below tlio tiieasiircinetit. From the
great lom of roots, by tlieir spreading so doipj
n ud to wide, J had littlo (.'Xiicetutiuns ofsaviug
my tree, and still less tho grafts au recently get,'
but w t.s nii-Bt i.grcfiibly disupointcd in both.
Rural X w Yorker.
' . , ,
Novki. HAt.oi.N Ascknt. A bov uaiiicdl
Joseph Galcsuged 10 mndoa reinakabfo balloon
. K I t , I , . 1. ,
was not sullieichtly inflated, und would not rise
willi the u'if.iiaut. Tho cavwi.1 then taken
anil a smiill Ijo.inl l.Hheil nenxw Iho noon, t'pon
Hum IIio iiiouaut took ln.i scut, but lie was to
heavy. The crowd then c.lled for a bov, and
Oaten, who wan near peddling fruit gave hisL isket
to bis p:.iluir,ai.d jiiiupedou the board; mid with-!
nut nny provisions r b.thiiig nioro lliiin bis!
ordinary Piiit, ho rose before tlm a-rouat could
him nnv instruction!), liiuro tliuii to pull the
rope tvlicii be wished to eonie dowu. Tlio boy
upott tin board which wa Ire I to tlio hoop
tin I hatted b .ck upon the tord.s. Whori up nb mt
half it mile ho pulled the cud mid it broke. Tho
halloo,, hV, y ,-, ppitlly to .honoitheasl.ata height
... . 1 '. . . .' ,
t aboitt two mid a half in.les. 'J lie boy relumed
Ins piTsctico ot iniiitl took nut hUkmfo opened
it, put it in bis teeth, iinl tried to clime tlio cords
for tlio Jilifft.HO of culling tho bnllnnu; but tho
eonlnvv.ro only iiiiiirtcrol'iiu inch iu thickness.
and ho could not climb tl.cm. Tho gas final v
.aped, eo.liat the l.ll.s.n descend,! ..boutfif-l
teen miles frciii llcnicia, in Suisiin A'ulley, and
fifty nxi ! in a direct linefroiu I he starting point.
"d are prepared to offer dealers unusual bargains
by tha pieeo or package, and will guarantee to sell
as cheap as tho same qualities and elassosof goods
ohenn be sold in any of the Kastern markets,
Our stock consists in pnrt of tlie follow ing Goods
'to which additions nre mado through tho season;
olllKVEIIV BOOK I.X THE MAKHET,
heap Uook-Store, hie doors East of the Town Hall,
I M ttin-St., Salem, O,
WA rLR-t'LRE AND INFIRMARY,
For llie Cure of Clironid DiltnSfl.
I r.o nt. ,1 at Gh.vxvii.i.1!, Ltr Kixo Co., ()., and ooni
give bines the advantages of other good establishments,
i n healthy location, n supply of pure water, gvninas
s.it j him, skilful lady in churgo of tho fotnalo patients,
I pbysieiun who has had an extensive practice of 20
!J''VH. .' .
I lhn fTt 1 M'
unniiie to vvtillt or tut up lor trom ono to twenty
i vars, in c..nscpieee of nervous, spinal, or nteri.ie
I disease, are especially invited to correspond with or
I visit) us. I'niversal sueeess in the troafinent of this
'eluss of disease has givon uscoiiHdenee, and wesay
!'" "" "n,'n' m'n" "'ough they have suffered much of
jVmXTj",,H' "'"l10 n. .m,,,'0.trl,,., 'JV,'U,"
NEW DRY GOODS JOBBING HOUSE!
t'orntr Dunk and Venter Slrttlt,
XOItTII, FIlFATII STKHMNO have recently
opened a Hrv Oorals Jobbing House, am now re-1
f A, L A 1 "K
llsl Utiles Urn. Sheeting)
Jlro. Jinlls ;
Shirting Stripes ;
Flannel, scarlet and whito ;
" Hatting, various grades)
" Cotton Yarn ;
" Carpet Yarn :
ieees French and American Broadcloths;
" Overcoat Cloths ;
" Woolen Yestings j
F.xtrn rich "
" lliack and Fancy Cassiinerci ;
" V orated Serges ;
Ul k and col d Tabby Yelvcls j
" Wide bl'k Silks .
1iN) Hales Cotton Wieking;
I -i " t otton twine;
PHI Wadding, bl'k and white;
60 " Seamless Kugs ;
26 Cases Hlen'd Sheetings and Shirtings j
Col'il Corset .leans ;
Silnsinns nnd Wigans ;
Tweeds and Kv. Jeans;
t ; 1 "1 1: ,. ....
.inicr.ciiu nun i.ugi.su 1 rims;
in " 111 k ami col il Alpaecas :
10 " Coburg and I.yonese Cloths;
10 " Aiiierieau and S'otch (iiiighains ;
12 " Iiinseys and Plaid Linings ;
0 " Cord'Canton Flannels;
10 " Itl'k and col'd (.'ambries
6 " Irish Linens ;
,'l"0 lor.cn Comforters ;
160 " Kuek .Milts and flloves;
I'M " Chamois Lined (lloves 1
160 " Cashmere and other (lloves ;
AIM) '" Hosiery, various kinds;
60 " Shirts and Drawers ;
160 Pieces Pongee Silk lldkfs;
liMI " Cotton Flag "
160 " Linen "
."HO " Plain and Hard Cambrics ;
2IH) " Jaconets and Mull Muslins I
,100 " Hook and Swiss
100 " Hotted " "
.'(0 cart'ns Honnet Ribbons;
Plain 'faff d large assortment ;
Saxony Kdgings ;
Cap llorderiug ;
Swiss Kdgings and Inserting";
20 Dozen Itl'k Silk Veils;
list Pieces .'l-l and 7-1 Fig'd Laces;
60 " Fig'd and Plain Honnet Lnces ;
U0 " Table Linen ;
100 Pozon Iliicabrie Toweling;
6'Kl Pieces S-otch Hiaper various grades :
60(1 " Ul k Velvet Kibbons all widths ;
.'UK! lll'k and col d (iimps;
000 11 ay State Long Shawls at manufac
turers prices ;
li)0 Itroeha and other Shawls ;
Together with a complete assortment of Threads,
Muttons, Suspenders, Combs and staple Yankee
l urucuiar aiieution is iiiv nen to our siock i
n,i ., , n. ., ,
uths luiicv I iissimeres. estincrs and 1 ailor s
ii is iinusuaiir inrge, nnn w e are satisneu 1
we can meet any market in prices. Merchants
visiting this city arc respectfully solicited to exam
lour stock, nnd w e will endeavor to mtikw it for their
interest to deal with us.
XOIU'H, FRF.XCII STF.IIL1XC1.
! n"kav"book"s." "
! A General assortment of Xew Hook and Station
ierv; Also, n fresh lot of WALL and WINDOW
I Just oiiencd nt McMILLAX'S IK M K-STOI!K,
w hich tlie public arc l eipiusted to call and examine,
j September, 1S.VJ.
THE LIFE OF ISAM? T. IIori'EK, nv Mas.
Just recived lit McMillan's IliHik-Store.
NARRUIVE OF SOLUUO.N XORTIIIitr,
A free man, who was kidnapped in 1811, and
rescued in lsoil.
For sale at McMILLAX'S Book-Store.
Frrn l.oavrH, from I'nuny'M I'orlTolio,
A IxHik that one mnUl renJ iciVi the toolli-ache.
At McMillan's Uook-Store.
Hop,! and Helps far Hie young of both ifici.
At McMillan's Book-Store.
SHADY SIDE and SL'XXY S1DK,
Two charming tales of pastoral life.
DICKS WOUKS AND 1HULES,
For Sale cheap at McMillan's Book-Store.
300 VOLUMES OF MIXIATl'IiE POETS,
At McMillan's Book-Storo.
SPEXCEIt AXD FAIKCIIILD'S
Celebrated Gold Pens. Every Pen warrunted
At McMillan's Book-Store.
MATEBIALS for Artilicinl Flowers,
assortment at the Salem Book-Storo.
j Til .1 C 1 RE Y'S WORKS,
WIDE, WIDE WOULD AXD Ql'EECHY,
At M,MUlull., n(ok.,,tl,ro
White Slave uml I'ncle Tom,
At McMillan's Book-Storo.
.VLL KINDS OF IIISTOItlCAL AXD POETI-
' CAL BOOKS,
At McMillan's llook-Storo.
MEDICAL BOOKS AXD DICTI0XARIES,
,,, k , f j,..,,. .. . s ....
Can bo procured by calling at J. McMILLAX'S
" "t' jZ? ,0W"'i
nnd packing materials.
W . W.BAXCItOFT.
Granville, Vov, ', ViS,
s. osittAS msrsr. rsA.nu tisss. nossii Joss
MIIIPHY, TIEIINAN k t'0,
lVroRTERS AVD Wnnl.CSAM MALKRS IK
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
X0. 48 WOOD STltKEf,
Ricoui door ftlvTc the 9t. C1inrli IfoM, . .
,,, , . . ,. r
IMIY (iOOHS, in which will be found a
all the novel
ties, as well as the substantial and staple goods,
adapted to the present and approaching senaon,
winch they will sell lor cash, or approved cstoiT,
at exceedingly low prices. ' '.
Having every facility for purchasing to ad vantage,
together with ninny years experience, wc nre confi
dent thnt wo cannot be undersold, and our custom
ers and all others may rest satisfied that priced will
be found as low as in nny Jobbing House, Has or
WrsT. o .',.,.... . 1
We will keep our assortment full during tho sea
son, as a pun baser wilt be almost constantly in the
Knstern markets ..
We solicit nn early call, nnd will nse our best
efforts to give von entire satisfaction. "
r,ltlmr,jk, Sept. 10, 163. -
NORTH, FUKNCII STKULINO,
) 4 '
W HOI.KS.VI.E tir.AI F.RD IM
F0KEIUX AXO AMEIUCAX
DRY GOODS, '
ICOTTONS, WOOLFNS, CARPETINGS, id.
CORNER RANK AND CKNTRE-STS,
A. W. NORTH. l.t'KI R. rRKSl'H. sak'l stcrlinq.
HIE ItC II 4 NT TAII.OK,
.... .... ,.... ,.. ... - , ... .
" ' ... '. ..' J -
Jtrtik-.stnv, Snlrm, Ohio.
Coats, Yests, Pants, Ac, Mid to Order and Wm
ranted to (live Satisfaction, .
The Tailoring llusiuess in ull his Ilranches, car
ried on lis heretofore.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY. '
Ml III LI Al U AItAHD,
SITCESSORS OF Z. BAKER,
Culli r't llti k. iirui li iiiite the fltnk
AKKO.V; tUIIO. '
WHOLKSALH AMI HK'I'AII, HKALKKS 1
jUOOK.S ANH STATION Kit V ; whero can l found
n full assortment of Hooks, upon tho various ro
! forms of the tiny.
May 12th. 16d.
TH K .Subscribers nro just receiving thoir Foil
stock of . ' ,1
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Ql EESWARE, kt kt.
Also a large assortment of Hoots and Shoes,
Which they offer nt their usually cheap niton, for
Cash or Merchantable Produce.
Bvay-Hon't forget the place, American House,
Corner of Main and Kllsworth Streets, Salem, O.
TOMLINSOX, STHATTOX A Co.
September 8th, 1H63.
BUOT AND SHOE 8TOIIE.
THK subscriber has commenced tho Unfit ft Sho
business, and keeps nn hand all kinds of Hoots nnd
Mioesot Disown manufacture. Also, on hnnrl for
..i -. ..
f.i.o, ii.i. lino . iicr M'liiuor, r rciicii nntl viunirT
, .u-..i.: '.'n , .. , . . . .
ns. with ull kinds of Morocco and various
colored Bonus. Also, Chamois, Binding nnd Lin
ings, Shoo Findings, See, Store nearly opposi'e tho
Bank. E. Ei.DIUIHiK.
Bimt Trees and Shoe Lasts, n good assortment on
hand at tho Salem leather Store. E. K.
August 20, lo53. ,
The Kngnr Crot k M'ntrr Cure.
TWELVE miles South of Massilhm under tha
charge of Dr. Frease. is supplied with pure soft
spring water, and conducted on pure Hydropathic
principles. Wo givo no drugs. They nro only
hindrances to the radical cure of disease. The suc
cess which has thus far nttended our efforts to alle
viate the sufferings of humanity, enables us to speak
eonlidontly of the virtues of jiitre fnj't irater, a pro
per diet, i.c. " '
'forms in ordinary cases, payable weekly. :
Dr. T. L. Xiehols, of the American Hyilropathin
Institute, and Editor of the XichoU' Health Jour
mil, in noticing the Wnter Cure movements of tho
country, says of us:
" Dr. F'ries, a most thorough und energetic phy
sician, has a Water Cum at Sugar Crock Falls, O.
His terms are very moderate, but there arc fim
places we could recommend with greater confi
dence." Address, Dr. S. Frease, Denrdoff's Mills, Tusca
rawas Co., O.
IUMEY k CARPENTER'S f HE5IIIB '
IS now completed, and ready for reception. Wo
havo gone to considerable expense in lilting up, to
operato with advantage, nnd with reference to tho
comfort and convenience of those who may favor
us with a call; in short, wo aro permanently lo
cated Our rooms aro in tho
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Call and see us. You will find our reception roomt
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Can be surpassed no whore in tho State. Our
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Sick or deceased persons taken at tlieir rooms.
Our motto, is EXCELSIOK.
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P.M. Juno 31st, H63.
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