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TOBACCO MIGHTIER THAN LOVE.
BY LIZZIE LINN.
How inimcllou-lv mv
iinellvln wile to voi'-l
op-ire the delicate l
ell 1 1, o 1 1 such sweet
The ruddy bliv.o in his own grn'o cheered thcl
kenrt of Viiink htorrs, as ho returned from his!
flvuni ti .' lou.w l n . I.... I i r.... :. l.. !
" I wonder if sho diddt Pinko that olti iiuind.kr I
b I in the corner on puiToni lor mv slippers,"
i.. i .. ei..... . . . . 1 . . . .i " . ! . i i nil
monm u. uifi aio imviivs nine, urn mice'
foot hum mv onsy .hair. What has she under that
mow-napkin? Ah. a lij'hv hisetiit and a ula. el 1 11
milk. Shu knew that mv seieio l iljnr in the court ""I"
rnom wniil.l i,. II, .r.., l.,...K- i
digeatiun hns improved iitu
levt my iliot, nnd to prep
llinlie tleil unit, inn ai tti.ll
l.rnA.l nml l i ii. r ,.. I...u,t . ,L . IK, i;.,....,,. I
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v.at M.dCVI MktU 1,1 U.t.W UJilUU IIU1IU lilt,..
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fendor. Mid ruhhlnn his l.aiids, "is n liitio pleav I
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.i .... ..ii I...H ...... l. .'ir .... i...... ... ..!,. ., .I......7
tervant, whiMviiinM tint you und the water ami ,
tliocoaliindevoi vthii.uc.-oviii call for wcio i,,
.i v ... . I...: . - .i
iuc ui'niii, .luut'ii) in aaiieip nu i mir e iinin iimtc, i
n.l tl... , l.n.w a .1 u: .,e.l lr li, I,
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'. VI J .11 III, I V,l 1HIVU tit I.IUM, IHt' tt.t ,,,! tut.
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m'i.... i i i ..." . . i . i... i i . i ' it
VI llllb It I'M, l 1 tl .1 I.I Nil a I! H-IIUIIT ctll liill'. .
I wili Lena had leit n.!.er h.-roit. I I
liut tl.en .-ho knew I
am as huiu'y ns n wnif still.
Idess her tcmitle little l ead! that 1 Might not
to havo any in in", jtut enough l,il',,ro iruring to'
reticle tut laintm ss. Ah. Lcita kmms u nil. 1,
wonder if she didn't tc. rctlv stuly tho Kui toi.
trndo ikiuio tima in her hie? When I U"t sirkj
hist aioiith, didn't her nursing net like a charm t
How skiilluliv she uriilivd l,.o l .iiiei talii lis, und
haiid..i;cs, and draulits, nil l v her owu udviie,
and how much uioro gm d they did uio thau nil the
puts nnu poimni tnnt i eicr tooK.
woiiucr ii uci.il is ns iiapi'V in nip ns i nm i
in her? 1 must watch my pretty bird, und see p
that her pinions never ilroo p. 1 must study Iht
cnuil'ort and her happiness as she docs mine, nnd,
s my Iiiimiis iin rea.-e she shall indulge her line I
tasto. MioiiU any rude breath of llenicn eer
sweep around us. I w ill fold her U my bos.uii, lh.it ;
sho may not leel it. Sho is n perle, t gem ; her :
ittj'ikjt wish shall bocomo to ma n lav.' ,
. ' ,ii'ut
Tho n.'xl evening V rank returned nt nn earlier i.
oou r. iiu inreiv niiuscii upon ine eoia nnu uicn ,
I.ntr:. int , his arms.
learest " s.i.l s! e " ih it vou '
" Do ymi know, ilearcst, said t;.c.
liavo a habit that is very disn -reel,le to
ono that 1 want you to nhnuiloii 7 It is n ha' it
lliut is highly injurious to the mind, nml erlcctly
ruinous tJ too body u habit IVuin whiili much ot
your bad health originates."
'Why, no!" said Frank, opening his eyes in
astoiitsniiKUt, "what is it? pray tell ! ''
Vour hair, your clothing, your wbolo person ;
is now linn igatcd with nn oilious weed, nml it ii !
Sometimes so otl'cnsiie, that had 1 ii"t Ic.ired that
my oondiict wool I be misunderstood, 1 shuuM haie
lelt your prerence."
Frank hung his licad and bit his lip. The good
resolutions oi the evening before lla-hed over 4iim
like lightning. " Her liltte.it w i-h shall be.'i'iiio
tu me u litir.' Ah, Mr. Frank, vou had no idea
that vour real dciic to sen e nn J to p!eai Leila
would be tested so soon. You never expected to
u" viium ii.uii vo 'u,iui jrai ii.iini-.t:. ny
never tliouglit lho utrengtli ol your puncipies
would bo tried. i
I .! h.i.l n.L-A.l m.,.1.1 a!. 'l ll. .,.!. Frnl.ll !
t ... u.t.a .t.nvtt u... ... ..... ........
I could have done it. Why. I wo.dd do any-
thing to please her. I would go around tho world
on my hands and knees." I
..i.uiiij ens tu I'li'iincc, uaiii. tt nun t.ju
iuiiwviiiiinisucuapiigriuiagew.il nuvcr im i sj- i
nuircd. But here is something you en it do, uud
Lolta is very anxious that vou t.'intl do it.
And do you think ho did it, reader? Not bo.
lie pii.c.ivu uer cuei'Ks nun kisscu ucr ion nines,
notwithstanding a richly-colored stream w as rush-
ing troiu ouuer corner ot his mouth. then he
pulled her upon the Hoor, and declared she should ,
danco the polkm which she abhorreJ, as n penance
for nresuniinir to sneak to him about his t iPacco.
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fy much lor tho promises nml g wid intention
of men. They nro not t be tru..te I. 1 hey u i.'l
indulire their own selfish desires and whims, and
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they have no sort ol idea ot making any eiunhce,
or abaiidouiuif auv wroui! habit, to please cither
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wio or sweet heart, fc... irirls. don't induluo nn,
false hones. M.irrv whom yu cIiim.sc. but icmeiii-1,,;,,!
bcr llmt your busor.nil always ,n d. ju-t as he i
pleases. If he chooses to M.ioko and chew, and :
iouvert your dwelling into one vast spittoon, he'll
do it. Your well scrimped Hour will bo deluded
with the Hltl.T contents of his mouth, your carpel
will be stained, the shovel and tongs all Pospatt. r d, ;
Ihn .lr vi lip in u u im! n. m,l 1
a stench inoro iutolurablo thau that uf th
And you need not fret or scold. 'Twill
fruitless as to " buy tho moon." You pee l not
attempt to ridicule or laugh him out of it. You
could as soon luugli a uiouiitaiu into a nnne-hill.
Your dainty stomach needn't grow sick, for you've
got to get used to it. You nee In't trout. Ic y,.ursed
about your delicate, embroidered slippers, or gath
er up tho folds of your w hile muslin, ns you pass
around the pool nt his side, for they me fated
they cant escape tho plague-spot. When you '
wiuoli tho p.i .r besotted and enslaved I e.ng silting
bufot-u you, his jaws eloriially grinding, looking
abuutiw diguilied as oilier ruminating uniinuls,
you need not iudulgo tho slightest feeling of con-
tmupt, for it will only iucreato your own unliap-1
pincss. it yju taiio mo nun. you ni'iM iaK0 tne
..)...... . I... . I 1 ,1 It nil til Ii I ir 1 1 U II Tt 1 III. ltll.l 1, .1
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liiili-a-loxeii such guU as you are. 1 on nny eek
render that dear litilo sitting-rooni that is nl-'m.-e
ready hallowed by blisslul as joeiatioiis, neat nnd
tnstaiul, tluj air l.cli and pin 0 j you may fill you.
Tise. wit!, flowers, which shall dill.iso tlunr Irag-
ranees but the u. .:uet your w.iUmg smokcdioioe
enters, n poiwinouH of luvia will pervade the up.ut-
u.ont, wind! wnl render iclreat denude.
Y'our husband may call vou an nnqi'l, llio sooth-:
er uf hi wocii, tho eoii..o.cr 111 his sorrows; he
may iiKen you 10 a l eininui nun, p. n Ria cnu
vine, nnd to a thousand oihcr beautiful and gi me-1
fill things that make very pieity Materiel (or
. ... S i.. ... 1 ., .--".. 1 . 1 . 1
poetical ;iitiri.;!ic-, nn1. inni in ini' -u;.e.. r'ii rc.u-
l' y of tho prosj of e. oy-,..y li.e, you w ill hav ii to
iTtnui up ti e iiinii tmciit he" has il.'lile l wilh bis
oil' if yoii get ns good n
r lio fu'.ly appreciated her.
vi!o and muse ring habil. Kven tho words ot
lovj that ho bi'.cr.i.ci into your car, will have
in oio of the tJjr if tub ice j than lho odor of
Now don't get out of humor. 'Twill bo of no
or. W hat ciui t he cured uiut l.c endured, lou
may think yourself wc.'I
husband as bulla bud, for
Jle dcligUul i.i tt i,er:ct older that leiiditd
throughout ti e Lome. 'J l.o i-K-ar glass and tho
bright silver he never failed to notice. Tho farina
o nicely prepared, the toitiatovs etoiied n cx
antly to bio taste. On) cue. a, u hic.'i was svn.h a
delicious bevengii whmi m v lu by her, were always
aeocptol with gralilu la. Then Im uinlerstisst tlie
Wii.ts of her inner name. Ucr trtiilifiitucS',
fidelity and love, wore met and answered by cor
responding virtues in his own bosom. Wln'.'i she
glided noiselessly around bis ku k incm, nnd i.iin
Otered to his uee.li, when slio ivved borsell
rtniy for any sacrifice to promote bis eiiiovment.
laau us ho was, bis lip trembled, nnd Ins eyes tilled,
.sT h was toui'bol with her leu'lerne -j ami devo
tion. Cut to giv uu tobacco, or any other bad
ba-bit, was whut Letts nt-vrr got bim to do. You
unci not eipf't your busbajxl to be any belter
than Frank Storrs; for lie was a p-nag ai. To
bseco is isiriuMount in luvly every insu'a elTee-
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uon nuu U jom ersr rrix mere ui Bit, u. n.i. ue
scoadarily. , Jleuiruibor tlmt.
"Frank," said Lnttn, " what would yon say if 1
bji suioe lmi liabit wbicli impaired my l.ralth,
. JyesHMobed my enMis. aS my 'n one untidy nml
atnatrraotiva try Its disjointing iiidulerns wbicb
sasds nsofl nn repulsive llisl, yiui eovibl not
laaprsso in uil"ut ntoisra, and vet, Botwith
fnilug all ocr TrlnunslrnourA. aiill jirrsiMod
in tats hslwl? iVbut would yum say?"
' "iakumli y it yoa were bsrlisri.in, a
AntVa. a4 I va9. sjoly for a lirn without
sWaw.' -irr j ' 1 t
m XmH Uial is is'lat mery noa wmiiI 1u. i'or
Vttitan is a virtu tbt bobx.s ut to that sex."
Tlicii Frank clapped liis hands and laughed niit-
t ot his ludicrous 1 1 1 1 n i i , nml thus li e im-
piession Letln would Line made, nil parsed iff 13"
evaporation, just liki' nil t thor arguments brought
buir upon tlmt tulijcct. Snt. Aiv. Fust.
From the City Democrat.
vvhh h li.it nn I'uliv I
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M'lj, nml m luo hardest protnuo of Irclmiil. :
e a- j-i-iitil il.c ioat doitripci of religious
i''"'" n,u' Political equality. Ho molded quitn-pln t.,p-u.rcil
being overrun by
TI" Ir"-'' r" ,nt 'owry in IpU.
His hiihcr prepared him lor Cohere, nud ho grad
.1 lei I nt I lie 1 Inliiiii I ml crsil v.
""" Mitchell studied Law, anil prnc Used l;r ;
w '"w """ '"""'O' ! ' l-i'uun himuluoi.cu ii.
"'"' " '"" neWKpapei
who Ii I'.nan rutty Ii vl control.
Willi me pi ie.l Horn
Inliliidicil I V the tttito
was iioeiiiti'il I'V uovi iniiient for nil nrticlu writ
. t . i- I - I I , . .1
ten l,v him, i li the iuli,,ei t ol Itailri'iuln ; hut the
iuiv Uia not iiiriec. i no ornve iionaiiiiui s tun c
leHM their tout.liT from
n c it iimler wnter : "
his luaie Tvtolefe, could hardly desiro n
'V"' ' lho, ,m"k" "' U,u 'U','l'
the railway , lhei.o weie paj-fa-es in
whu h ir:io the i,ieriiineot olleiuO.
. . . .. , t 1 . l
1? I'1 ' N'l't oei niio.l In tho oiiiiR Ireland
I'm tv. Tho cn.i.-o ol that split nrm-o on
. . ....
Mvor to be ttncii to tho miction ll In
was uiolitllv iiiioroier lur licland to to
. . .. .1 i i I . .
liredmii. CM oin.cll la ed this l.-Mie, i.nd pio-
''''' " ' " I""- " " ; "
0 liCCal rflfcSiil'Ull.l II. lll,U Willi Ollirm ii'iii""
the I'.niy lulled Vouiijt lieland. For this piny
lahiueil holilli umiiiK teiuint-riht nnd mate
rial nli tins on The Land (iiicslii n, ni.d sptoadmg,
what weio cnl eil leinlulinliaiy ooetrnies.
In IMrf the lieioliitions ill Limit e gave n fre.h
'i:npulo to Voting liel.md vl.ni p, vernnienl
Ini ulil in a hill, ana curried it lliroiic.li I'm liameiit,
making i-edieious writing ll tianspui talilc oti'eiice.
i'l'lueo weeks niter its pa-sae, l.o was tried, coli-
deiiii.rd, and sentemcd to toiiilccn year's trans-
Hj eaid, just beloro eeutciuo was
Ii l,i,l ail religious systems i had
inlo ho oppo-cd. In 145 he ;
ami ii sh than lho hanks of the ilccn vultiiiits on .....
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U.U Ml lll.1V
-Whether or Pot
rtalion. ll! emu, just Pcloro teutonic wn",
I haie n.-ted nil tliri ugh this business, from ted,
the lirst, imder it sense of duty. 1 do not re-let I
janvthing I haic done, and 1 l.ldieic that the cniirn- no
;;,.(, 1 1;nC riK., is nly comineiueil. 'i'ln- j
Ku,nn, saw his nnu blunt to nslio before the! the
tyrant, promised that thice huiidied should lollow was
his enterprise. Can 1 not (pointing to his jf
iends nboiii I nroiuh c lor one. lor two. lor tin ce.
u,, (ur hurduds?
Here, n:ni, I n Icarliil scene, lie was sonoii
uttering ins culm ilcliamo nml proiiliecv ot tlie
! i . ..
j I '3
bum. which uwiiits the tyrants of the land lor "
i,;.. I, I... ...i i... .. ."i.......i .1....... ii. oi.li
Of his escape, nnd his weleomo to California,
readers aie inloiui"d, liis s eei h nt Sanli'itn
cisco is a good one. Hear what bo says of the
struggles of tl.c past:
"France I left a I!eptiM!e, with Liberty nnd
Fratertiiiy l,la.,,in"l on her shield. Xuir, ns 1
wend in way Pick P. the northern heinisphcie,
eien in licr nisiant rnloiiy of Tahiti, my cars are
greeted w'nh "Vile I'LiiiPcrcur! Vivo Nupoleoii!"
iliis is bewildeiing, hut 1 do not venture to blame,
and cannot nif u'd to pity the French. I bclieie
tl.cre is n meaning rn all this which bodes no good
m v enemy. And nfler all, the man they- have
(.t (,vur them is a Frenchman. France is not ruled I
iorei;;uers linn lor loreigners. ii an empiru ur i
tll0 jfi.voriuiieiit of their choice, they hnvo it ll
not, they arc the vevv men to overturn it. Bui
. " ...!.. I... .1.- I
iici I aon one niiuov sin, iiiu skoiici mo ij.:n.:i.
'a,.., unj..irT f, u..Wu . nee ...ore. Not all her
enthusiasm, not all her devoiion-i.ol her ten vi4
victorie .t nil tl.o high genius of her chief-, nor 1
.(jo Iiei V
(.yccy port, to seen ill America tho lrriMom tiicir .
jowii'land denies ttiein. And Italy bleeds ngain !
ilcr tho tnlotis of the black vulture, of AuMria, i
,v ' ',u ."j-" S. .
fiery clorjueuco i,f her immortal tjovernor. I
I save her for this time. She is down, nnd 1
take brealh, and reet n littlo, nml gather
igth for her next wrestle. And Germany in
, nii'l is pouring out her people I mm i,,
seek in America tho freedom their '.
aM, s'kWv writhes liko the Til in lei.caih her . vv i, I
Kiua. And throiiglioiit i.urope, a million bavi.t,clsi,lt
, t ..II i,,ni,'. il,i-,,u nml .Ic ii'... vviies'. nn v
men's secrets to tl.e imli. e. and railway', pom ' ,l
w herever a iiiunm.r is heard. And in Lug-
it,,l l.si.ii,il. l.n,.h,,,,l il,t h,.li..is ih n.ii,.'
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vrees coining from tin. Lust and sends thousands ; --l0
,,i inio.-ee. irnin I. or .nn. inti. html. In .,iii,iesiiin :
.l.,..,.r in the U'.i." iCr enf "Hear. In.nr."
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OC tl.o fu ure, ho is full of hope ; M.t"!iell is
"" J- "uleed, is uiilnieJ with n gcuun.c lanh, mid ,
lhureli.ro is l.o strong. His eye pienes through
!'. lowering cloud, darkening tl.e c.u ill wuh slnnii !
i'"' '""" "'i' moi uing ot the day. when
, 1. 1.11,11 1 11.: o. .1. 11. v,i, nini nil ..in 1 r mo.iiv nun
. . ..1 11.. ..n,... .i.....i.....
si""' nil riiiiiiii:iii,,iL',
ticutiy, ami 1 iijurs sto i ti'y.
el. colli, l!y, wails p:t
W 0 give' tl.c clobO ol
nmii what I have said in tl.c ci iniinal'o do. k be:
itll0 false judge nu 11101c than what 1 havo printed
again ami 11.1111 in the public iievvspa cr of Van
D.euiaml's Land. Thank lleiiien mv head lias
;i,u,. always high, my heart has been ulvvays lice,
.,,,,1 I wuru fetieis lighty ns wieailiH of roses.
W lion n.y cueuiies sought to kill mo by lung nnd 1
1 ..'. ...... .1. . I.. I...I .1 ... 1....
, 1,111.111 luiiuncinciii 111 nn unit ii.'icsn in- nnu, tt 11,11
.,ink you, sustained mo and kept life in me? ',
and scorn, nml linn reliance 011 God's justice.
,ull ,(, Uumortnl thirst id' vuiigeaace. 1 thank my I
e.ieaiics now that they refused to icl.aso ic-I
uu glad they waited for contrition-. 11 11. proud
Aml f KaH bhernted not by their IJuecii's paidn. j
t by tl.o disloyal aid of some of her Majesty's ;
-ubjecl.t 111 Australia, nnd by tho daring and ener-iiK
iv of my brave confederates and bt other rebel j
; who si'- at this table. Lin, ugh, then, id the past. ,
1 uiug n ncu
1 -MaiA my novituilt! in onlor tt U-coinc nn A:uric:iu :
... I .1' ... 11 1 1. 1 1 11 1 . .. !
ci ti.'ii. jciuiu iicaien i ucuaio ...in i win i.u u
J ti ne and lliotough American, as my iiatui alir.ed
, oiiiitn men generally ire. But I believe Ameri
cans wiil not hold it disloyalty to her, if we Irish
Americans limit anxiously out for an oppnitunily,
and if we one day da-!i nl the oppoiluuiiy, to wipe
n!f the diidinuor of the old lliollu r-land, ul.d to dry
her tears and staunch her wounds, and inako her
"As for uie, I havo njt como here ti n bine,
about n.y own suir.'rjigs. In tho worst and black-'
I-.. . i i ... i
cm 01 iny ninny uiiiiu inn my cot linos ncvei ij,
lolled tin 111 hie ono word ol nilanission. They
indirectly Kt us know that if wo showed
contrition, wu might l5 libeiale l. They asked
lor eoiitntji'ii, tin y got in r.-i ly bai l tlisilain and ;
i iniicc. 11 inn i ii.iv o ram io-i,.riu is no uinrv
t tins table, him ugh, then, ol the past.
chiiid me from this night, and looking '
loniard. 1 havo eoniincmcd in yoiir;,ark
novitinie in order to I c.i ini' an Aaieikan .
i i.arii. ipiitor in the noble republican fieeduin thnt
i)oiir fatliers havo shown ull tho world the way to
" v '"'"J cheers.)
INTRODUCTION OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS
INTRODUCTION OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS INTO AMERICA.
Tl.o following neeount of the introduction ol
Uouicstic Animals into this country, has been eon
dense, I from the Cent us Report. It furnishes a key
to tl.o origin if our Native Cattle:
The first animals brought to America from Kn
rojM, weio iuiporifd by Columbus in bis sPiund
voyagn, in 1 IVA. ill left Spain as sdmiral of seven
teen ships, bringing a loliction id huropeiin trees
plant, and seeds of various kinds, a number nl
ImriieK, a bull und several cow s.
The first boises brought into nnv part of the
territory at ririnent eiul.rsced in the, I'mted Sfntcs.
were lauded in Florida by Culct do Vin a, in lj7.
forty-two in number, all ol' which pej-ishej or were
nt hern. .'--o kiiie.i. J l.o next importiiiou was also
brought tu Florida, by K Isoto, in t.'i.'t'.l, which
consisted of horses nnd swine among which were
thirteen sows; tho Progeny uf the lututr soon in
eressiug to several hundred.
The I'ortugue-s took ca.tl! and ewino to New
foiiudUnJ BJid Nova Si-ntia in the year I'mX
'fhi rty yfr ufiev, they had multiplied so ni uiir
lakUv, I'jiI ir JOilisfl Uillrt attempted to land
there tml.taiu supplw-i of t-atllu and lii.es fr bis
. rew, but wss r. kej.
Sviloe ami olU'r dmieslia animals were brought
rr u ArcsUby M. L'Esoarhot, a Ftx'uch lawyer,
in 10(14, (lie year tluut etsuntry v srttleJ, Iu
1501, ) Firitch fXli :i.';l tls-ir seUleiueut into
Cuiaja, and loan iu'roduccd various auiu.alj.
In ltio'J three ships from England landed nt
Jamestown, in Virginia, ith many onnuiprivnm,
ilm lollowinii domestic nnimnls, nnincly six
not, wineii nnu nccome ' ".-.,
i.;,.rv fmnilv hi Yiiginiii nt that lime which lm.
t " ,M.,;im.0 ol tiiino hogs nml poultry, mi
crv H.ir. In 10 1. some ol the settlers
mares, one horse, six hundred swine, five hundred
diniioilie fowls, w ith ft lew sheep nml gums. i'inorstop
nninuils had heen previously there. In Kill. Sir j
(Inter hrocght mer to the same settlement,
liundicil ciw, lesides other entile. In Kilo,
nliet wns issued iii Virciiiin. tiriihil'iliiig the
killing of domestic niiininls of nny kind, on penalty I
death to tl.o necessity, nnd tweiity-lour lioius
hipping to tho concealer. As early ns tho yenr ,
llili, thu swino had multiplied rapidly in tho
nv that lho people wcio oliligcil to i,aiisni;e
i.'.imwii. lo tireient lieimf oierniii w ith ' them.
ll.' 7 tin. Iiiiliiins Hour ll, e settlemetit led linon I
hous, which had hecoine wild, Inst end of game, j
a good stock of hees. In KHi". sheep nnd mnres
inrliiddcn to he exported liom the province. I n
the year 17.l, or l.eloro sheep lind somcwlint
, . ... ...,,..n.l imn nlautaiioiis on 1
v"" "'"" : 1
ii liinlicl m ,1 vichlcil nn d feeccs
The lirst animals intruduccil into Massachusetts
was hy Kdwnrd W inslnw, in l'iL'4. ct.iisisting of
three heilers nml n hull. In lo;;o twelvo cows
were sent toCnpc Ann. in Ili-.f,, one hiiiulieil nml
ii.,.,l,',,..,n. P...v. 1,,-miIcs sonic hones nnd males. !
...i nml f,.Mv.1,iin itoiUs. The v i
were mostly ordered hv Francis Higginsons. loi-',
.ii.i-.liire'. wlienco sun-hi I of the niii-!
....iJ ...... i.. i.f i
Tl.n full iniiioitntion Into Xeir York wns nitidis I
-in llo Ham . PV Hie esi iiioin coin unit, in
Kiij, eoinpiisingt'iic hiindied nnd threo animals,
consisting of horses nnd enttlo for hrecding. ho
sldes ns many sheep ninl hogs ns wns thought expedient.
MEETING GIN AID OF ANTIOCH COLLEGE.
An interesting meeting wns held on Sunday
evening, nt the Church ol the Messiah, to hear from
l!ev. Mr, Kenn, the ngent, aniicmiiut of the
condition and prospect of Antioch College, n recent
ly loiiiiili il nnd ll, nrisliinir ediicational institution.
i.v !,.. u.-H"..-.! nnd Hollows, ol Xcwr York,
i y..,.,,.. .....i Pur.rcilnw. ol'llrooklyn, pnrticipu-
in the exercise-. '1 hey weie followed hy Mr.
pean. who gave the cx cited stnteii.ei.t, of which
furnish the suhstance.
Antioch College so called from thecily in win eh
follow eis ol .lesus weie fust called C hristians
eslnldislied about three years since, by u union
scleral religious de ninat imis, who bale ns-
sinned tl.n colnvtiie nniiio of t'hristians, wilh the
idesmn ol furnishing at lho West the most thorough
elementary und clasiical training to nil who might
... .,i. .,r. i.,;. i. , ,! wiih.
'I 1 1 1 tl H 1 1 Va nwi uiti oi voiiiiiiinn i. . ...... ......
."l"'-"'S "I"-"' Vl" "J "
W hen tho cnlerpriso wns started, it received n
generous eii.Miuragenient. liio suli'criptiniis soon
wanented the laying of the eomer-sione on n Peau
liful sile, at Yellow Springs, Ohio a central posi
tion, about soveiitv-lour miles l orlh ol Cincinnati,
celcbin'.cd for salui.riiy, beauty nml fertility. A
charter w as obtained from tho stale ol Ohio j the
,p. Horace Mann, the im st distinguished educa
tor in the country, called to the presidency, nnd a
corps ol pnd'esM ri i. P .iptrd.of win m twonte I'nita
rmiis.fi.ur oiilv know as Cin isiians.i ne n llnpti: t and
mien Hutch Kelnrined; n set of college buildings
erevted, o economniil vet iittrnctiio cbiirncter i and
v 1,1 ,r
.H.r bndv, 1,111 cmisod
institutiou opened with iibont tin eo huinlred
, ,. f . . I .. t- l ist. 1,,,'ni,. mini, In lo receivo a buiidiil
,,,ra applicant, on account of tho yet unfinished
state ot lis nivnnimnitatiotis
. . " . '. I -. - ' I !-... . 1.
allioll" t leillselves M.l.l. 1 n. Illieaov I nil ..no inc
.. siuti im.j towmd tl.e endowed fund, nnd SCO.
,,, iwm, ,M,Uue ..nd npparalns fund. The !
,,, , ,, prnpnses to taite, ns it hns raised tl.c
I ij-j i;no ah en I v col'.ecte !or tint puriiosc bv the
.aj,, ) s, linl.irsiiii s, nt ;ll,0 a piece : each seholar-l
l" ill 111 ll UIW I HI I ll 1 1 OLE IIIIU li( 'I'll i mil.- ........ . ..v
institution still reouiiis, to support its professors I
u,i ( Conii.ete nnd pay for its buildings n-d ni-1
paratus, lno.rt tl : ai d 1st, SoO.000, in the form ul'i
nut-nnd-out gills Jil.$ji',l'P0 tow nrd the eiulowmeut,
render it conipclent to tho support of instruction,
prnpnses to taite, ns it hns raised tl.c
.i.!,,. ,,r share .i.iii'lii.tfhn owner to'keen one pupil
il. eollc o t en etuiillv free id tuition.
ii i ....... i : r :.,
A ncsii si nn in . i.i i c in t- in ti .i cm iuiii i --v ...
,,,.. ,.ini:! . t. ,, the ....tloJ soliriious to ,l
;H .v, r.m wi, n. " WU1 not cell nnv
...i. ..t i ir: i -.-.I...I
n.iiic i.i u.-i mi n.uei .11 oori.oii'.. I . ii can im itt v..ir.
.i;,.,,, ,is ilinwn l.euiilv ei.uih, also, on
i- ." .. .: i:t ...I.... . i.
iiiiniroiiiic consi iiiriu.. inn. ii iiiiw ui'i't-.tin t.f t.it,
....i . i..: ..... . : r .i .
.. . .: . ..L V... .iLi' ...i...'t...A.:.
I . ""'''l
and coiiti i',ulo to tl.c building ll nil.
1 lie ic-t i f the pro, ee lings of the mee ing pased
t.fl in n .satisfactory inani.er, nnd several generous
sul.scriptirr.b vciu tau-.i! on tl.e tpot. .w 1"';
llvl,,.. M,o pn ned first oneilre.s then nnotl.cr
. I . ... . .
i., nnotner, to meet Ins iieiiuimls ; iciuriiiug cacti
evening foot-vveaiv i.ud beart-si.k from her una
to vnilimr rllorts to lind eiiiiilovineiit. Tlinnihnipnint.
or met her; w hat need had ".Aetu toil ? ; so young
,! fir 1 f;ic turned shuddering awny and part-
e.l wilh the reuuiinder of her wiirdrobe, including
10r nmlerclolhes, till sho had lilcrally nothing but
;c,r oulsido tlie.s left for her covering ; thus lights
,,U' ith lho onuigy of despair the monster, Sin.
ifurses upon the uiiuiaiily lirnd, who iirlead of
,,f Jn.ping the faint and weiiry-hearted 0110 to fight
Fanr.v rc-rn, in tl.c Musical Times, writes of the;
go, ! mc inplisiie 1 by tl.o "live I'oinls Mission,"!
m New Y"i k, ai d of tl.c fi.it that now that tl.o
i. I.... i ....... r..t.i i !.. .,) .....:ii.,..
",'i,. imi ihii ""t, .. ......
ty" slci s in m il claims tl.c icvvartl. Fur tho bene
have iht of the latter class, lelates tho following "itory
wilh a mi l al :''
young g:rl came to New York from the coun-i
i, .. in cam t hu i res lua r s trni e. , to succeed-
ed in a. iiiriug ii, uud being skiiful wilh her needle,
for si.ino lime foiiuil cn-iaut cmpli yuieiit. The
suiniiier season caiiio on; pitnuis left lho cily-
l,uiuess bciainc dull ; wilh ail her e.'forts she could
find no work to do. In the meantime her bonrd
bill went on. Her landlord was urgent nnd inexo
,f J.pins ilm faint and weai y-hearled ono to fight
the hunl baillo if life, pilots 'her littlo struggling
llirough tho gathering gluoin, upon tho rock
Well ; it i tl.o old story. The poor girl gave up
at last sold soul uud body for bread. L'lifortun
aie, v. ti.-n'l it ? I'articularly as some pious persons,
just at this crisis, wilh one bund tightly grasping
'.l.' IV. II '!..... 1
mCll ('UlSU-Pll llljis, uiltllCU I1CI U 1AAIII
WoxDtnrt i, Woou Cut. The Sandusky Ihyistcr
rnps ; lho I'lmmltaltr over lho kinickc Is tor attempt
ing tu pins oil tho likeness of lr. Hobensnck on
. I ,. i , ;,.
its readers lor Omar I n.ha, tho luikish gcnoralis-1
It originally appeared in ono of
'num. lliesnme picture wss palmed o 1 on iln.in
not long since ns ti e la.-nuilo ol Napoleon tho Lit-1
. ;. ' -v"7"i inn. . u,u imirioi
....ttt'i ... ,1 ai 11 1. 11 1 1 . r.t hi ns ui .no itnroi
all the Jinssins.
1110 j',as1erii neiiirsis as the pictuic ol a pnpiilar
loie-si. k novel writer. It was published in the
nuailed ,. the frotni-iii.... ,.l tu.., ...a" VtZ
insole Pottle of .McAllister could
mini v sorts of liquor from opoorifi
wooit rut ol the 1 luimtenkr csu
Iv.vEEi,, is Die. Tho Washington I'nion is mm-
pant. It will bear no complaint, end toleialo no
viUHiieneo is 11s taw, and tho law of the
re 11 is:
i e, as tne mystic
i..tiiiVn,n a, 4 I 4f v
" It i needlo lo say that we cannot believe that
y ."I'liutor lia periiuticd bis pat.ijon to be so
worke.l iism as to uiako any such declaration tlmt
I. o will not volo for the eonlirmalion of Mr. lled
lleld. The IH-inoeratiu Senator that votes sgainst
Mr. Redllehl, except upon some valid, sound, and
leuaMo groniid. will Imve reason for personal nnd
polili.nl regret forever alW. We doubt not Unit
the President will at an early day submit the naiiie
of Mr. I'.edfield to the Senate, ami thcnwshnll
an t aoio lo jiioge i m posiuoa lio occupies as a
iiinii, and a federal official."
The rn7 ef tire President is in
It sneaks lor him and hu Cabinet. W.
,M M'Imisiu.,,,!. I,..l.l.r..1 ; ..
.. i.n.t.iitu vrgnnizauou Uius
lnl -.tie i;i sun, nud in antiivu.
ull, we shall
The operations of n trend-mill nre nnt unlike the
" - -; ;
place, or couldii t (mil his tools, or m nlrnid ir lio
didn't iimko rapid motions his vane was up. mid his
post forfeited. Poor fellow I
movements of nn editor in It pulilihiiig otfiee. o
to it. lie nare ikh iook ronna 10 see wniw is
passing hy, lest ho loso step. V lint if the wheel
gets round f it keeps going nil the snnio. It docs
not stop then. Olio!
Umk in nnd sea the editor. Make nn effort to
chat w ith him. In tho midst of n sentence, your
eyc is met liy nquict personngo gliding into the of
w c, who nssumes n position ol downright indepond-
emc with Ins evo on tho editor. lour presence is
not noiiceu. no si onus one worn oiuy vj.
Look ncnin nt tho editor. Liko n hoy detected
nt I lav hv his master, ho helnkos linn to his scraps,
and luiulilcs over his papers ns if he had lost the
There slniids "copy," wntching lilin as It eat does
moiise. His evo moves not from tho hand of the
hustling editor, w hich is nervously twitching nhout,
seckiinr the means of satisfviuir the demands of the
remorseless tyrant for tyrnnt lie is whose do-
mauds nro unremitting, ilny liy rtny.
Ho s c nie. So vou think. Hut down comes nn
n ol li e Mark nrt.w nosimiiierso.il s ciniiinii
nnd n half fur first pnirn" "half A column for the
.. ..i. ii :.n
fourth." "Very well," snys tho editor, and nt it
he uocs. "Two or tlireo ideces, sir. Now for it.
Lxchniiges nro funil.lcd. He reads:
"The Ki'te.n nue-tion Us philosophy,
the sort "w e'll sec" Pim.1i 1 the writer is n goose.
"A turkey T" Joti suggest in a whisper. Ho pr,v
lho conllict of Ages ended." "Well
done." snvs tho editor, "lint hold I tins fellow
never saw" the tight in any of its stages, much less
ended.' " "The present state of tho religious
world," "n far-reaching view," says the editor
'conservative," says he "rather conservative."
Scissors, paste nnd pen tly I Aivny moves tho copy
in the bauds of the imp.
"Kxciisc me," snvs the editor yon nod assent
' I must just lis't over tl is eoinmunicntion.
"They'll be down soon ngain," and be dives into nn
MS. that look?: liko Hutch or lireek, you can't tell
which. In n littlo while he hectares oblivious in
your presence, ami you retire. I'on t lilnmo imn
i'or being unsociable or morose, or cross, l'ity him.
8mY The fellowina impromptu on tho marriage,
in .New York, of Mr. Preserved Fish, to Mrs. Mary
Shepiird, is truin a Londoii paper. It is ono ol the
l est things of the kind that wo have seen:
Folks wonder now, when men do change
Knch one to suit his wish ;
But here's a lovely Sliiicid lass
Has been traiisfarnicd to i'uh.
Although 'twas strange, yet ovory one
Declares tho lass deserved
Not only to bo changed to FUh,
But also bo l'rttcrvtd.
Aiid for their futuro happiness
They have our kindest wishes,
Villi hopes that they may have their share
Of loaves nnd littlo Fishes.
VICISSITUDES OF FORTUNE.
"Tlicro died lately nt tho Hospital La Title a
chillotinier w ho w ascalled throughout the kingdom
of the ehill'onnier the Countess. This woman, not
wilhslaiulinc the wrinkled dceay which misfortune
i i.i i i i i i.. i :i. i
-';"ry "..u oro....i oi. o,:r,... I""-"''
si 1 1 II c ri -in ll n.n hi lit; I iiciui t. &nv...t iv.t.n .t,, ...
SOII1C rClll II 1I.S OI 11
...i i .1 .
!'"" '' and wlmired n 1W After having
r000'"'1 Keni "i" i hiaAm-K "i'f" "l
, , ,
lr.r "",!.' '
Jf'1'" lHr ...
irrei'iilnr, she Hundred by espousing a young man
who nan laiien uoncruiciy in love
'tcr two years of marriage this young
i himself from tho enormous expenses
of his wife, Mowed his own brains out in the office
of n commissary of police, just nftcr having boon
arrested fornu attempt to Meal from the Bank uf
. The Countess, in tunes of prosperity, had chom-
jisesof enmPric so tine Hint they count lie urawn
throimh a finner ring. At the end ol certain regal
- , , . . -. , , . . .
suppers held in royal palaces, sho mado them bring
ller ' h'lmpagne in a phito of enrved gold to wash
I her feet. Such insult to huinin misery could not
, , . , . . . , . - . , .
its;1"" bn,h" with a grnnd cntastrophe ; it arrived Tor
' this woman III tho troublous times of 1S48. bineo
. . . . .. . . , . .
Ihat tiuio she has lived upon tho offals of tin
! I basal length died in filth nnd disgrace. She
had not tl.c courage of the women of her class, who
w in )heir ,.,,,,.. ,.,llln(;i,i irow tlcm,cvc. into
. pre ;,,,, ,i rt.m,mt of her
beauiy, I cr tieprnved pride taught her that as she
H-aM m.0 a bello among princes, it would bo some
honor to boafUoen among rag-pickors.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS IN GEOLOGY.
'What is geology?'
'The scieiuo of breaking stones.'
Where aro its protessors most numerous?
At Blackwcll's Island nnd Sing Sing.'
What is a geologist's capital?'
A pocket full of rocks.'
What description of stone has been most
A. ' Tho Philosopher's Stone.'
lias it over benn found?
In a horn.'
In n lint.'
From what docs it proceod ?'
' What is petrifaction ?'
' It ither n hard party.' '
' Whero duos grauito lie?'
A. "In Polls.'
Cj. ' What is stratum?'
' A layor of anything.'
' Will you mention one?'
Yes: a lion.'
' A ship: she ' lays to."
' i hat is n Hint ?'"
4 A miser's heart.'
' Can vou break it?'
A. 'ics certainly,
ti. Will you describe howf
' Opou Ins chest.
'What is chalk?'
Tho miA: of human kindness.
VmniMA Gim.s. Tho Bichmond Enquirer of
recent date, contains the following notice of a Vir
: rccri.l Hill.', t-.'lllltllio tnw ."'ft i"t.vti ... w til-
Kn-m girl or in its own language-it meritorious
..I... r..v KMit'lni, A ll ! urn II Hill il In lull' 1 11. 1 OS AH lift lilt V
!aa hursidf, she ucquircd a piece of land with the
loenl lialnliition. A houso was
1...1.. .............. ....;..t..i... in ll ,n,,o,r i,i,ni-.
At the ago of twenty she was a hearty, rosy-
chevkeil lass lull ol 1110 ana industry, seeing
! :. ,,t l,, i,,,r .
' ,l,e , tbin indispi
! ' ' T,nn r " V, "" t ""7
lousyoungmnn, rcsnliiigiu hcriioighborhood. They
I wore marriwl and tho young couple commoneed
their married life in the neat cottage, tho fruit of the
' wile's indiisirv. and the work of her own hands.
j All this oecured about the year 1830. T11110 has
mlvaneeil. and slio is now tho hupp? mother ot tlnr-
ll,l llio lIlllUl I HIT. llllllltl s.lllllclt'S HI voter ll. llUlietl
..la.. i.i.T.i.: i .. .... i,i.,i,;..i !....
( ,,,,,,,,..,,.,,.. ...v .v p,-"-i"--
j ...r n:r it herself. Iu a short tliuo tliereatter. she
1 " i - i - .1 i
111 Or M.I W II 1111 ('UlllIIIITltLTII. 1 llUntTr V 1 1 1 Ic IllltJ HKIIlHiri
' ,H,n children, (the youngest tivo months old,) and
1 " ""' '"'I'I'y n,Kl prosiierous iiusnnnu ol
udustrious and estim iblo lady. What is it woman
cannot accomplish, when with earnestness she
undertakes the task?"
Qt'irK Wit. One of the readiest replies we havo
heard lately was made by an Irish Islwrer.
A gentleman travelling on horseback "Down
East," enmo upon an Irishman who was feucing in
a most barren aud desolate pietve of land.
" What are you fencing in that lot for, Pat?"
snid he, "a herd of cows would starve to death on
"And sure, your honor, wasn't I fencing it to
knpe the poor Castea out It it"
The Wooiltrful iad Thrilling ilarnlive
to KiD!t appid ttiw-roRiin, wno Wilt
TWELVE 1'EAKI A
the distant South, nnd finally resnued, in a
providential mannor. The Hook corroborates the
ndago, that " Truth Is stranger than fiction." It
has received the unuounuca rocuiiiiiicnuiiuons oi
tho free press.
17.IKK) copies have been sold in four months !
1,000 ngonts wanted, to sell the nlnive, in nil
parts of tho United States nnd Cnniidn, to whom
the most liberal torms are given. From $.100 tt
$1,000 a year, enn be roalnod by active and res
Tho above makes ono handsomo 12mo, vol., nf
330 pages 7 engravings, nnd Is sold for. $1,00.
Copies sent by mail, "(post-paid,) on receipt ol
For furthor particulars npply to tho pub
lishers, Perdy i Millkr, Auburn, N. Y.
KtRnv, Ortosi A Mi i i.iium, lluffnlo.
SALEM UNION SCHOOL.
This School, which commonecd its first session
Aug. Hth, 1M53, is now in successful operation, with
fifty foreign and two hundred and fifty distn t schol
ars in atlendance a number which has more than I
justified tho most sanguine expectations of its
Messrs. McClain nnd Markham will be contin
ued as Superintendents: the former of the Commer
cial nnd High School Departments, the lntterof the
Mr. Frcder. Dolmcstch, who spent many yenrs
ns instructor in soino of the best schools in Ciormnny
nnd who is well known hero ns nn aide lin;iint and
experienced trachtr. is now emraizcd to ontor the
High Schmil Department, nt tho commencement of
tho next torni, nml tnke chnrgo oi cinsscs in mo
Latin, Greek, French and German Languages,
Arrangements have been mado by which Stu
dents enn. durinir each term, m ail themselves of the
advantages of a carefully prepared Series of Lec
tures on Anatomy and Hiysiology. illustrated Py
an excellent French Manikin and Skeleton; and al
so of n full course of Lessons in I'eniiiniinsliip by
an accomplished I'ciiman, on moderate terms.
Those wdio wish to qualify themselves for teach
ing, have nn opportunity ol attending n well-coii-
ductO'l .Normal Class, nnd receiving a regular
course of instruction on modes of teaching, organ
izing nnd conducting schools, &c.
Thnt Compositions and Declamations may re
ceive duo attention. Literary classes aro formed in
fhe School, nnd a wcll-ornniiizad Liternry Soeioty
permanently connected therewith, A Dountiug
society is also in succosstul operation.
A Committco recently appointed by the Board
for that purpose, havo in ulo arrangements bv
which Studonts enn bo furnished with uood board
at? 1,50 per week, lhoso who wish to board them
selves can obtain rooms.
Tho School is furnished with a set of good Phil
osophical, Chemical nnd Astronomical Apparatus,
and a well-selected Cabinet of .Minerals; also, with
Outline .'laps, Anatomical l'lates, &c, xo.
Theso advantages, ndded to thoso of a pleasant,
healthy nml necessihle location, the influence ot
moral nml intelligent community, nnd tho efficient
labors nt a corps ol ahlo and experienced teachers,
enable, tho Board to furnish all who bocomo Slu-
lunts in the School, with facilities for advancement,
equal to thoso to bo had nt any school, whether
public or privato, in this part of tho State.
In addition to tho nhovo Languages, the Course
of instruction embraces Orthography. Koading, in
cluding, Mandcv ill's Beading nn Ormory, Mental
and Written Arithmetic, Geography, Kngtish Gram
mar, including Analysis, Natural Philosophy,
Chemistry, Botanv, Astronomy, Geology, Amitomv
and I'hysiology, History, .victual and .Moral I Inl
osophy. Logic, Book-KcepiiiE by Single mid Dou-
110 r.iitry, Aigeura, URomctry, Application oi ai
;cbra to Geometry, 1'laiio and Spherical T'rigoii-
ometry, Surveying, Construction of Trigonometri
cal Tnblos, Conic Sections, Sphcrienl l'roicctions.
Deseripttvo Geometry, Mathematical Philosophy:
and M.ithcuiatieal Astronomy.
N. B. Lessons in I'on nnd Pencil Drawing.
Sketching, and Painting in Water Colors, and nluo
on tho Piano, can bo had of competent! nstruutors,
in our village, on reasonable terms.
TUITION FEB QUAUTEIl OF ELEVEN WEEKS.
Rcnding,.Penmansiiip, Arithmetic, Knglish
Grammar, Uongraphy, and .vlavl.ews
Book-Kceping, ' $3.00
Tho elements of Algebra, Geotnotry, Histo
ry, Aatur.it I'hilosophv, Chemistry, As
tronomy, Geology, Anatomy, Plivsiolo
C.V. ' " " 4.00
The Latin and Greek Languages, the Higher
I. .. . .. I e w .. .1 ! . ..... I. . i . .
Draiicncs oi .uaiiieuiaiius, w uu inoir ap
plication to Natural Philosophy, Astrono
my, Ac, 5,00
Tho French nnd Gormnn Languages, each, $2,50
lho W inter lerin will commence Nov. dli, lf5ii
nnd continue 17 wcoks; tho Spring Term, March
-Utn, tan, nnd continue l- weeks.
Foreign Scholars will not bo admitted for less
than hull' a quarter, nnd each one will bo expected
to pay the tuition tor thistimo in advance. Should
a Scholar bo prevented by sicknoss, from attending
a h ill' quarter, nn equitable proportion of this fee
will bo refunded.
Though scholars ran enter the School at any
time, they will find it greatly to thoir advantngo to
commence, with tho term.
Wo insert a few of tho regulations which have
been adopted for the government of High School
13. II: Foreign scholars may, if they wish it,
study during the intervals between recitations, nt
thoir respective boardiui; houses, unless in conse
quence of non-compliance with tho Regulations of
the School, they nre forbidden to do so by either
the P rineipnl or the Bonrd. District scholars may
under a like restriction, do the same, if tho Princi
pal and their Parents or Guardians consent there
18. II: Scholars who aro Boarding in the v!l-
uipe or vic-uiiiy nr mo purpose ot attending School
will l.o required to conduct thomsolvos ns they
would be expected to in a well reuululod fnmilv.
and iu a quiet, peaceable aud orderly community;
To meot tho increasing demnnd for such an
ucation ns will nualifv students lor .,r.rf,, i,.
duties of the Counting Room with accuracy und
. the various branches
Ki.ei.ni.r l.tr NimrlA ii.,l 11,. ..1.1a L'...... v :l
;r. ""T"'". r"""'u ."""J" .""ci.ni.io
voniiuiauoiis, etc., win no iniiL'iif, a well-nrraiiL'ed
r m.m v.v. tiitn uuuvurvn
I Ku si 111 .1 I 1. II I p I I
Lessons in reuinansiiip givon by an ablo Instruc
tor. In addition to going through the text book
(Dure Book-Keoping.j Students will bo required
to perform Black-board nnd Mannseript Exorcises
daily. Elevon wocks nro considered ample time to
complete the course of instruction in thio Depart
ment. Mr. McClain is a grndunlo of ono of tho host
Commercial Colleges in the West is well ncquuin
tcd with the Science of Accounts, and is nn or..!.
eneed teacher of Book-Keoiiing; we have no doubt,
therefore, that his course of instruction is i...--
ough as tliat given in any MorcuntiU KsUblish-
uiuiu, in mo ouiio.
Tuition for the Course, fo 00
Students ean enter this fisnnrtmnr, .i :.
whan the School is in session.
By Ordtr of iht Board,
0I1N HARRIS, Cltri.
VoLiim 10, we 1854.
ir... Tnnih Vnliims of this popular Joufrllll will
tWon.monee on the 1st of January, 1851. We make
ennunl appeal to the r armor, mo .ukiishiii,
Doniostio Circle, to lend us a generous assistant
supplying the Industrial Classes with a cheap
Devoted to liritallorf, Dotntitit and Rural Affairs,
CoHTslKiso at nil times valuable hints Tor tne farm
A7i", nnd tho Fimiilt, nnd seeking the eleva
of Ij.inoa in nil Its legiinnnie mient-. vx -ing
qunekcry nnd humbug in nil their forms, and
tilling the nublo station ol a truo
IIO.IIE PAPEII OF THE WEST.
Tim Kditors havo long been familiar with tb'
pcculinr condition of Wcstorn Agriculture, nnd by
extensive trnvol and observation keep themselves
informed of the wants and progress ol the country
Tub Ohio Cim.tivatoii is published on lho 1st
15th of evory month 10 large octavo pages,
with title page and index nt the end of the J-Kry
nmkiiig a 10101110 of 3(0 pngos suitable for binding.-
Ttnus. Single subscriptions H a yenr. Four'
opics for $3. S'ma copies for $G; nnd snme price
iiii cents earh) for nny largor iniinber. All Pb'
scriptions to bo paid in advance, and to commence
tl.n tiuir Pefaiiiia sun.linir I'lllbs. mftV Lava
1 .' - n
them directed to different offices if they choose;
and thoso having sent a smaller number, may after
wards imreaso to nine, or umro, nt the Club rates.
To any person sending us a Club of Nine subscri
bers aud So, we will send, post paid, a compiet
olume for any previous year, in pnper cover.
Address, BATLIIAM & IIAHUIS,
PROSPECTUS FOB 1854.
THE S,TUKDAYEVENING POST
t'nrivalrd Army of Talent.
The proprietors of tho POST, in strain com in it
before tho public, would return thanks for tho ten
eruus patronage which hns placed them far in d-
vnnco ol every oiner i.nernry ti eesiy in .interim.
And, as the only suitable return for such free and
hearty support, their arrangements for 1H54 have
been niiido with a degree of liberality probably un
equnted in tho history of American newspaper lit
erature. They lime engnged ns contributors for
the ensuing yenr tho follow ing brilliant nrray of
talent nnd genius: Mrs. Soitiiwoktii Kmibsok
Bennett Mrs. Hcmmom Grace GimtNwueo ako
In tho first pnper of January next, wa dtiiga
commencing an Originnl Novelot, w ritten expressly
fur our columns, entitled
THE BlIWE OF THE If'lLDERXFSS.
Br CMERSON 1IENNETT. 4
Author of " Yiola," " Clara Morclnnd," "Tha For
ged Will," etc.
This Novelet, by tho popular author of " Clara
Morclnnd," we design following by another called
BY MRS. MARV A. DENISO,
Author of ' Home Pictures," "Gortrudo Russsll,"
We hnvo nlso tho promise of a number of Sketch
es bv Grace Greenwood, whose brilliant nnd versa
tile t en will be almost exclusively employed upon
the Post nnd her ow n " Little Pilgrim.1'
Mrs. Soiithworth, whose fucinnting works arc
now being rapidly republished in Knglnud, als
w ill maintain her old nnd pleasant connection w ith
the Post. Tho next story from her gifted pea will
ITIIilnm, The Avenger
Oil, THE FATAL Y0:
BT EMMA D. I. X. SolTUSOSTO,
Author of " Tho Curso of Clifton," "The Lost Heir
ess," " Tho Deserted Wife." ete. .
And Inst not lenst wo are authorized to an
nounce a scries of articles from ono who has rapid
ly risen very high in popular favor. They will b
NEW SERIES OF SKETCHES.
UV E.IN'NT TERN,
Author of " Fern Loaves," etc.
W o expect to bo nble to commence the Sketches
hv Fanny Fern, ns well as the series by Grncs
Green wood iu tho early numbers of the coming
s t t . t
r.ngravings, roroign Lorresponucnen, jigncui
tural articles, tho news, Congressional Reports, the
Markets, etc., ul shall I o icgulnrly given.
4.-jr CHEAP POIsTAGE. The poslnge on tba
Post to ituv part of lho United States, when paid
quarterly in advance, is only CO cents a year.
Travis. Tho terms of tho Post aro Two Hollars
per Minimi, payable in ndvunco.
4 copies, ..... $5 per as.
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tho amount. Address, Vni ;o.v...ni(,
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BAMEY I UL'i't.NTliR'S rKENll'V
D A 6 U E It R E A N GALLERY!
IS now completed, and ready for reception. Wa
have gone to considerable expense iu filling up, to
opornto with advantngo, and with leforenco to the
comfort and convenience of thoso who iniiy favor
us w ith a call ; iu short, we aro permanently lo
cated Our rooms nro in tho
AMERICAN HOUSE, SALEM, 0.
Call nnd sco us. You will find our reception reoma
neat and comfortablo.
Can be surpassed no where in the State. Onr
CAMERA, is a powerful quick-worker. We war
rant our work. Likenesses of ull agos, taken Lira
like, oa no charge! 1 Our prices range from 40
cents, to 20 dollars. Fust exierieiica, and present
advantages, enable us to tuko Good LikenetMi, at
eery reasonable Hates. Being, also, postod in all
the rocout improvements of the art, our time and
ontire attention shall be to rendor full satisfaction.
Sick or deceased persons taken at thoir rooms. -Our
motto, is EXCELSIOR.
N. B. Persons wishing Pictures taken on Gat
vauizod Plates, can do so without extra charge.
Jifjy Rooms open from 6 o'clock, A. M., until 6
P.M. June 31 sr. 1853.
JAMES BARNABY, '
Xorth Sid ilain-St., One Door West of the Salem
Book-Store, Salem, Ohio.
Coats, Vests, Funts, &a., Made to Order and War
ranted to Give Satisfaction.
The Tailoring Busiuoss in all his Branches, art
ried on as heretofore.
GOODS AT SEW YOIIK PRICES 1.1 CLEYEL15D
BUOOKI2 & WHITNEY
Wholesale Dealers in Yankee Notions,
Psnev Drv Goods, all kinds of Tailor's Trimming!
Jewelry, Pocket Cutlery, German Silver and Plateti
41 BANK STREET, CLEVELAND,
AT THE S10N Or TUB LIVE YANKEE.
From three to five tons of Flax per week wanteds
to be manufactured into Flax Cotton.
BROOKE & WHITNEY,
41 Bunk fct., C'lsvvlandt
Aagnst SOtb, im.