Newspaper Page Text
From the Cincinnati Columbian.
WOMEN AS PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
'The first paper printed in Rhode Island wns nt
Newport, in 1 1 7'-'. Jain.' franklin, brother to l'r.
lloupinun, nni tlio pubinhor. lion tt-.c paper
Was a couple of voirn ni l lio died, ami Ms widow;
.. .1 .'i i: i :., .,..!
printer to the colony n jlie-l hiark, publi.licl
pamphlets. Ac. The Newport M rr,iri, ."till regu
larly issued, v,ns printed n't her ijltico in 17 jrt. In
171) Mm. F. primed for tho government an edition
nf tlio laws, it formed it book nf llll. folio page.
Mr. V. was aide I by her two dangh'.or.'i, hu wore
swift and correct compositors. A Knnnt of tlic
'house worked the press. I'rintins iiewsi.pcrs
wiui not Mm. F.'o only business. Lead her adver
tisement: ' "Tlio prin! i" hereof, prinlit linens, calicoes,
silks, in figures, very lively mi l durable colors,
unit without the nU'cnsiCe micll which commonly
attends linrn. printed her"."
. Mrs. Sirs.li Onddard wns nl'o n printer nt New
port in 17J(i. Sho was tlio widow of Charles t hal
liard, :i printer of Now London ; flu" h ;i'l tlio mini-
.rm......l nf .in.-.ji-.. ..... on. I .,... I u,t. l it nilli
much aiiii'uv f.,r two ve u, when J.'I'.it C..tar wn
n.vv.i.il.l mIi1. U. I .1,.. I,,,.,,,,... . . ... rrlc.'.
on under tl.o finn of Sarah liod.'.ar.l A Co.
Mr. Murgnret Draper wa llio widow ol Richard
Draper: rVi publi-h.-.i th" M.i-a.'hii.ctl (IntrHe.
and tlio B istu.i A'cir r niter Iht . liusliiiiul'o
dt-Mh. All tlio newspaper, lint her was stivpcnd-
rl il,.. I I,... I'.,,, ton. Mill loll
Boston aii.J wont to l'.ugt.ind, where i pension was'
bestowed on lior for lilo.
Mm. Cornelia Bradford was tlio w'ulow of An
drew Bradford, wlio ilioil in I'liiU lolphiii in 17 I'.'
she continued liia business scvcial years, nnd w:i'
lu 1'hiludulpliia, lSO', Mrs. Jano Aitkin con-
tiuiiel her lather's iriutins hurinors, nt lui
death. She was uoted for correctness in pi-oof-!
M. .. : I.,.- t..l, ii ,.. !,
puldishcd tit.) reeond newspaper cslnlih.-licd in
Now York carried on tho Inisiiicss several vears
oner his death. Sho was editor of tlio New York
for tlnoo vears proiioiis to 17 IS.
Mrs. M.irv Holt, widow of .lolui Holt, puljli-hcr
of the Nc-r'Vork J-imuit, ill 17M, was appointed
printer to that Slat-?.
Anno Katharine tireone enrceeded her husband
in puhli-liiii tins Mai vland (oizetlc, in 1770 , the
Gturlte wns the lirst paper printed in that .State.
ihe wns the ool.ptiv printer at her death, in 1776.
Mrs. Has.-ebatcri the widow of tlio first printer;
more, continued l.er hurl ami s business,
Mra. Marv Catlinrino lioddird, was ustcr to
Win. (ioddard of Klmdo I-liin.l, who established
tho Miryland Juucmt. Ho was oliliged to iiiit
tho stuto, beeaure he wrote rather Ircely, nml his
sister conducted tho paper eight years, till li"4.
Mrs. Il inn.iti ltoyle published ft paper ut Wil
liamsburgh, Va., in 17 1 1.
Clementine llird rii '. eeded her liusband ns edi
tor of the Virginia (Jaxrile to 177'i Tlionius Jef
ferson was a coiitrinutor to nor p iper.
Mrs. Ulizahotli Tiniotlieo after the death of
husband in 1771, vmitiiiued the ti.ietle in 1 narle;.
ton, (S. ("'.). II'.'.' ai sucee l.- l her in two rears.
Anno Tinioti;eo, widow if tl.o run just men
tioned, iif'or tlio iievolutiumiry war, revived the
tlanetlo which had hivn discontinued when the
H.iti-h troops we. c in p i.-se i. n of ('liar'ie-;..;i.
She was appointed State Printer, nnd held the
rffieo tilt Vt'Ji, Mary t'om li was tho widow ol
Charles Couch, of Kl'io le I .land, lie established
It psper in Ciirlostown, S. C, in opposition to the
Stamp Act. Mi's. C. conducted tl.c paper for scl
eral years previous to 17 ;o, when she removed to
'Salem. Mass.. whe'V she wai a nublishcr f r
niiinlier uf vnarr. ' IVneloiie It-.is i I eu. oecdcd bur
hii.linnil ns Printer of tlio donor at Uostoll. ill
1771. Thoro were other female tu'iuto.M in the
l.nt coutnry nnd during the ca-ly part uf the pres
ent one, but we canuot cow give, their liar
A low years ago Miss Walter succeeded her
hrother ns ono of the I'l.liturs nnd Piihli.dieis
the Uosloti Transcript. Many of our eitbens re
member with pleasure t'uo tJuest, which Mr.. I!.
Nichols conducted for a number of jears. Mrs.
' M. A. Itennison, has loon ono of tho ll.litors
tho Boston Oiiv.! Iinu.cli, th" crip si'.i. n on which
pspor is d me ,y woineii. W e n. cd F nr, .'ly nicn
tioli M.S. S'i..lie!;ii of tlio 1'itl !, .i.:; i-it c. v.ho
has hern Heporter as well in I'M' vi" n:ul Publisher.
' nnd, wo believe, can ret typo. '1 .i. ;o or I'mir years
ngo Mrs. L. A. Pierson ciliied i::d pub listed
liainlsonie and wuil-cut. Juru-d p.'.pc ul Lancaster,
As Editors na 1 P-.iliIi-.le'rs, we h .vc n.iw, be .1
thoso iiho i.lv mentioned. Mr'. S.J.l.a'.e. l :
Ladv U "!. ;" Mi's. Ai.m'.U ill., .i.ier, of the l.ily,
. Soui. a F.i'ls. N. V.: Mrs. Nichols, of t'." I '. n:'-;
crat, nt Wiuilhatn, crnmi.t : Mr". ' NichoN,
' nf a Water Cure .loiin.al, at New .'k; 'irs.
Oakos Si.ii'h. of a literary p iper in Now V... U: Mr.-.
J'juliuo Wright I'tivis, ol th- I'n.i, nl Prividcn.-e.
' lih.j.lo Island; llrnrc tirctuwo. d, of the l.itilc
Ptlgrini, which sueceed.i the friend of luiil'i,
published by Mrs. lliiley; Mrs. l.io.Mey, uf
' (Jarland. ill Louisville. Kentucky, and Mrs. Kliza-
beth Aldrich, of tho tieiiinsid' i.iberiy, nml Mrs.
Klla Wetitwoith, of tlio Lllenuy Jjui mI, in
The Editor of tho C-hrmlmn says, in coi.clu i.
"There mav be others, tut their iiii-.tcs do not
present writing occur to u. We. lime finn
' n. .n i'Ii names and cited enoii ;li facts to rlnnv, that
women may bo good c..nisf itoi s and good edtiors
i and publishers, o nro cuiiiplcting our arrange-1
incuts to mail our-cl'.es of the labor of fcm.ilo
printers, nnd wo ure ipiito cotitident that t v
setting is to bci otne one of tho regular cuipl.
monts'of women, in till parts oi our country.
PROGRESS OF THE MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
In 11 recent publication showing tho various lines
of magnetic telegiapli in tho I'liited States, a b?icf
history is also given of its remarkable progress
this c.'iunlrv. tin i of telegraphing generally
tho world. 'Tho lirst Anun i. nu Magnetic Telegraph
Lino the invention of Mr. Morse was established
in 111. between V.'n.'.iii-ioti City and Baltimore,:
some thirty-six or forty uulcs in extent. Congress,
in viow of the great public advantages of thi n
' provoinent, assisted the patentee by t. uniall impro
priation, to test its practicability. One wire
put up, nnd tho usefulness and value of the
.wore nt once practically c-tablished. Private
iorpriso has mhoo carried this lino to New
nnd it is now tho most t elle t anil rciini.io 11110
telegraph in tho country or in tlio world.
I... A -.. .a .t.,,1 ili.lo.i-l lines
l. ..!!.!.. .J ..... n,, - .... - --
Now York to Washington Citv, one witl. live w
from New York to Philadelphia, nml lour wnes
from Philadelphia to Baltimore end aslungtnu,
and the other with two win s, tl.o entire distance
from New York to Washington City. Tho tirclul
lioss of the telegraph being well established, it
not long till its facilities and advantages wore
over tho I'nited S.iitcs. In nine years,
brief period since its invention, there havo
i . .-1 1 '.... . .-l
tl ,.isj innos ui i'ie;rui.ii . . . . ......,.
order, under tho Morse natcui 11I0110.
is snout two-tmrus 01 1110 101111 nuiuoer u. nines
telegraph in operation in tho I'nited Stales.
Tho aggregate number of main and branch
In the United States is stated titubout one hundred.
There are completed and in operation, 1.7,000, miles,
nnd B),000 moro aro in progress of construction.
The route selected forn telegraphic communication
to the Pacific, by tho Committee on Post oflice
Post-mads, as uj.poii.te I by Congress in tho rossion
of iHAl, commences at the city of Notches, Missis
sinpi, extends through Texas, crosses ut tho
of the Oulf of Ciilitornia to Sail Diego, and
passes along the court to Monterey and San frnu
oisea. Thu entire disttutca is 'J, UK) miles.
systems of Morso nnd House nro llioi.e now used
' The extent of telojraiihic cnnimuiiieatioii
pleted and iu operation tlir. iihout the world
eommeoe..ien( of the prun'i.l year, is c: tiinatcd
40,00(1 inilo.i. Of this amount thero w.'io -J.lMtO
liiilvs in tirent Britain, and "7,000 in America.
Russi hns comumtucJ lior system ot leiegrnpiis
between 8u I'otorslmrcrh, Moscow, tjraoow, and
Eirtauf Itlmlljliic and Jllack Seas, and about
IU ini!t are nlmrtlt to bg vgiudructeil in India,
A line d" telegraph is now Li operi.liuu between;
Vm t rui tm'l Uic city 01 .virxieo, Willi stuilons
nil tlio lntormeiliiito lilies nml towni'. A line it")
completed to cstoml from tlio oily of Mexieo to .
A......i..n nn i.,,.in ,i;ti.i,'i o nf MM) miles.;
Ti..., n .. iw..v !,. n,..,r... .,r ..nnsii ni lion iii the 1-'
lli.nd of Cula, til. ar.iili linos to tl,e extent of
l.CiH) miles. They will c:iil.raoij fiftv-one Ki.tior.s. '
nd tho total oo-t will l.o will l.e upwards cf ?Jilti. ;
;oi)il. It is oiirious, mi lookinc oier ' imp. to
..horvo how llp. k!y fo-iic of tlio States of the ,
Ainor'uii'i lornl lie are into
wire.-, renin vixnnia, .cf 1 orK anil imio nro eon
spieu oiin in thi'- rost.eet and each lias many ftnlions.
I'i iiaili ljh in l.i'hji r.
ELIZABETH MARGARET CHANDLER.
. j hold. " 1 l,M 11
ami l.'.V neros.
In a roeent Nj. oftho I.ihcrntor, Mr. (InrriMHi
j pays the follow itijr tiihutc to this oatly ndvocatc of
I nivorsal free. loin.
Arriiinp at Adrian nt 0 ..Mock in the evonin?.
we found kindlv waitin" for us ur holovod ft ieuil
Thomas fit i voLin. who ' us into his vehicle.
and drove us to his ,...( hm otcoodin-lv pleisunt
residence, nl out fno' miles n-oin tl.eci,v-n city
,...i..: i... . 1...1 .,.1.IK.
fu'll , f tlio rpl,;t oo,,'.,-, ,,.;.,-. OlVoiir'e, our re-
r.ofwas very corilinl.l"
i i i . i. . i
in ii :i i no: iioii-i-
ei lion under hi" lio-o.it ioK"
ii lli part ot lua em eli. i.t v ile
farm of cue hundred
lair t ..,.k upon as any to ,o
loiind, whi 1, lie !,: r. loomed I., in n v.ililomors
lie Was lorniorlVOI;
pli'l 'v 'phica1, and. in point ot
! lie w i; en v. In. a: o rir p, i . ;mis,
a ''" ' " 'N'1'"'
tlio 1 i.iienle 1 1.1.1Minu M '
lvlmrc Ineniorv d'-'ci ves to l o hoo
l itest pioMeriiv. Iter Cocto at II ot -Kr. wun a
i Memoir of her l.ilo nml Chnriii rer, hy IIi n.i amin
1 l.fiv, wore pul.li.-lied n tew years m.co in 1 lula
rkhJ:iinwl. delphia l.y T. j:. Clinpinaii. iiiakin;? a ury neat
volume ot pa-es, ti lull of genius as the run Is
; of I'ht and he.it, nml ns deeply inil ued with the
r-fi " of pliil;ii,tlin..hv as ilia nnivoi-e is with the
, divine pro-oncc ; nud wM Ii, for its literary woiih
alone, w ould have ipii. kly f mud a wido circulation
ami elicited univ.'t -;l p,-iio. h id it not boon fonts
overflowing ryuipathy wiih the douii troddeilavo.
She was born t r Wiliniiiton lelawi.ie, 1 ec. '2 lib,
j i-i'. nn-l (lie i nt ii.i:sni, (the resilience ol nor
Mate by ool.'owvimrlli'lirtrv
riiil.iilelphia, ami M.me twenty years ne tbenn
vi lli." IOHII--U eltf to ll::lt l.!:n-o to lllllkj 11 OelMintl-
i i i.i.ii. i ..f, r.l o .sr!niv
of niend-. Ii net i nil thnl was renllv pre. em. in
erifin. he lias Tm;f rinee It ann en!. -d
the narrow lii:.!t .1 se. t, and. tbriw in;; ronlc its
ex.lu-.hei;e..... i-i iim.'.v to heart and ban 1 with
anv m d all v.ln are reeking to "t.i!ili the world-:
I hunriii 1 tl.eilio. il. Jle is
c iiil.'.nnlativo nml
n oral w nth, one of;
nml nlim -l a. r ue.
row on one s
times lib. 110 : to Uli'
brother Tin iiina.l Nov. II, s;;,in tho L7th j ear of
her ago. S!ie bogai. to plead tl.u enure of tho en-
slaved in the columns ol the 'licniiis of I'liivoisal
Km. tm i , .'.it i. .i ' ii ii'ly in tho vc.ir lSti, ami
1-.I, wasun nsM i-u,, e liti rof t'l.it periodical witl
' .. . . . '.. . n. .. ' :
many 1 ucr clioicest eiuision, nml luoliug grcailv
to Us in' .-t and i;si P.. i lie s. She was coiiallv
s.tivensful in the prose olid poetry. As Ibe earliest
of l.i r sex publicly to conse irato lior life to the
slave v rM'uyg'e. nml perhaps the m..t gifted,
i.i w. iily to l o n-iociniid wi.h Mi.izai.itii
i.tcK ol I',..;,'.'.!!.!, and the fofemo: t woman of
.oil.l. li in; at ti peri...! before the land was
, ;i by the i-oi.tii. t l.et.vcen Litierly and Slavery,
going oi., i';.. l,e ;cll!e I when ur in what n.au-
v ho can tell ;'; loo- lab .r and merits are c m
: iv.lv little. known, but ll:cv will be pro' erly
.vlnied w leu the l.i.-t. ry oi' our cause is ini-,
partially written. II. T mortal remains lie ertoiule
cd on a c i, mi inning clevati.m (selected by herself
for that piit i.o'C.) near iho tpot where rho died, a
neat white r.iiliii'.; cnelo-inu' ilu ,n, and some h ilf a
iloneii young nnd tl. rift v onk trees rtanding in n
i.le if it. 1 visited tho spot i.evora
t was 'all-hallowel ground.
It was a pilgrimage that I had yearned to make
inaiiy venrr. 'tlie heart f Thomas was well-nigh
buried ill her guivo, nml his revereiue lor l.er
, ineiiiory carries min'roT
she had really been (what she almost seemed lo l.o
to ail who knew hcrl an angelic visitant from an
other sphere. I found that my friend, Miss S,M.
t.lK Koi.l.M', had preceded mo in oiling the burial
place, nn I inscribed with her pencil up .n one of the
posts n touching tribute lo her memory. Another
in.s rptioii had been made by u fugitive slave. 1
. i iild do no less than pay niy homage in tho f.d
ijwing lines, written i',7iy ..'.ii on the spot:
solomnitv with it, a., though
TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY.
ELIZABETH MARGARET CHANDLER.
in thee i hr.t gloi'.oits attribute con. bine. 1,
To in i!-..; toy ii.".'. (though all to brief ill years.)
A 11 -s'iig to l'.:o l-.wett of maul. ind,
That caul! l.o in .re mil.t be a vale of tears !
Intrepid ho.'o'inc in the noble e.uiso
t ifoutrio'C 1 nature and iho rights of mnn,
hliiiiit.iti;; no eri.ss, ;md st ckirg no n.plauio i
In every l onliicl always in the van 1
Hero rests ll.y body dust to dilst returned
What suiil more aire c'or took its llight to heaven?
A d. all. less fame innsl nobly bast thou earned
All honor to thy memory be given !
I cou.-ccKite anew, hc-iilo thy ;ravo,
My life to bring re deiupti. n to the .slave.
To liiis pvi.r tribute I ndded tho very beautiful
and descriptive lilies of WniTTlER, ni.tdicd lonn-
'Oh ! half we deemed she needed r.ot
Tiio changing of l.er sphere,
To give to Heaven a Shining Ono,
Who walked tin Angel here.
Alone unto our Father's will
I One thought hath reconciled,
That Ilo whose lovo oxceodotli ours,
Hath taken home hU child.
S'.ill may her mild rebuking, atand
Between us nud tho wrong,
And her dear memory servo to mako
Our faith ill (.oodnesh strumr.'
. . ., . .... , . ,
Besides tho rem 11ns ol l.i.lzun.ni, nrc lying thoro
f her venerated aunt, who did not h,ng survivu hor.
WINE MANUFACTURE AT HOME.
.ur. I'ooie. nioottiig 1110 rotircn landlord ot
'I'I'O ; ,uvl) ,,f ji.,
from . I
lVc.iucnted nt Cambridge, in
tho following conversation
- Yes sir.
You can't deny it, Hurley, your wines of
kinds, were detestable porb inaduria, claret,
'1 licic now, sir! to prove how much irontlemon
may bo misinkeii, I nssuru you, sir, ns 1 tun
holiest man, 1 never hud but two sorts of wino
my cellar port nnd sherry,"
now 1 w iieu 1 myseii luivo tried jour clarot,
-my claret, sir. Ono is obliged to give
gentlemen everything they ask for, sir! gentlemen
who pay their money, sic, have a right to l.e served
with everything they may be pleased to order, sir
especially the gentlemen from Cambridge, sir; I
tell y.,11 how it was, sir. I would never have
nines in my house but port and shorry, becuuso
know then, to be wholesome wines, sir, nnd this
will say, my port and shnrry woro tho very best
could procure in all h'ngluml."
.. 11.....1 .1.,. i..;vw
,.v . ,
'Yes, sir--ut the puce I paid for then. But
rl... tl,...., ........ ' a 1.
..xy tnu uiiii MUX i , oil. 1 UU IIIUM fcnitW
I Imdn't bo. u .ong u the bnsities- vvbon
oreil tli.it ".ntlcnien knew very little about
boras i... Itnrlov-: lint. ...... -.;T.i,ir,i . 1.' "
., , " - j - -j... .. ........
... ...... ,......, v..,s........w mum m
ous commentary 011 tho concluding words of
sentence.) Well, sir, with respect to my dinner'
wines, I was uhviiys tolerably safe ; gentlemen
thoj siddoni find fault at dinner, so whether it iuiirlit
40,- happen to be nimlcriii, or palo sherry,' or broiyn,
o1" " ...
" hy juit now you told me tlmt you bud
ni( sons ui wines 111 your ceiiur.
" ory true, iir, lint tliw wnn my pljn. If
nny ono ordered niinlerni. from one botllo or nliorry
tnko two clnsnos. whii li renliioo hf two l'Iiiskoh ol
li iiinlv, nml nid tlioroto a idifrlit minooro of lemon ;
'mid this 1 found to give general fnticfnetioii, enpo-
.-nilly to the joiiiir goi.tiemon 01 1 iiini.rm.'o, mr.
Hut upon the word of nn honoit mnn. 1 could
n'lireely Ret n living profit from my inndorm, fir,
f r I nlwnys use I tlie cA kind of hrainlv. An to
pme water in plneo of tlio winif ipmntity of wino,
' ma lc w liat I iied to c nll my delicate pale ; l.y the
by, ft Fiiioe.o of lemon added to tlmt iniido a very
. l:iir lln-e n. sir a w ine noi miini in iifw
and for inv l.row n old sherry, a little lurnl
supir was just tlio thin(r.
I... ..I .... !... l.n.l l.m.ti lniin In tlio Must ltllllCS.
i . , V , . . olt;l,m,rl) who were most
jnn ticular iihout tliuir wines, 1 lined to servo it as
" l!"t Mr. Barley, wasn't auch a proceeding orn
tnther ' i.t
"1 piers what ynti would ray, sir; hut I know
it to ho a whoN.ine w.uo nt hottoni, nr. Hot , m
port was the w.uo that pave mo tlio niost ( troid 1.
f.cnt onion rolduni ntri eo iihout port sir. tHio pn-
J tleinnn would ray. 'Ilurlov. I don't like tins w.no-
I" too neavy. ish, rn i . ,
i-i.n ii Ur , ur ' in up n : u who. i.i'
j" "M"' . . r. .....
j "out a j.lars ol water. "on.-oi, .
ilo o approve ol lint r -
can t ray-.- -I I micrrrn...., nr. y . "...
wine ,-oi:er. i ii,ii . ".",l f'V ir !
I (imp ariin, Fir. ow, rir, m i, v11" ;
up to the li;:lit,) 'trv this, if you i. lease.' That r
mats inn lory winci in mm
it. liiii ev. thals the icrv
1 bottle of the mine.' Hut one can t plenso rierv-
' V tno raine way, nr. r-nnio p'i.i"' ,7
, coiupi.i:n ol my port as oe ...M,r w ...... - ..
la went one phis, of brandy. If hat didn t nn-l
swer, -.y. pontieii on, rnvs i. nun ..........
pnaise jou on hk-- ........... . . -
lt loi.ko.l von iniicli
1 Hit Weill two pasrej oi w , nn.. ...
mure glares of brandy, this u.cd to be n very
favorite wine but only with tl.o young gentlemen
lioin t ainbri'lgo, nr.
' Ai. I vonr i ' I :i ret V
' My good, wholesome port ngain, sir. Throe!
w ines "out, three wnters in, oi. e pirch of tartaric
acid, two ditto oris powder. Tor ft fuller claret,
"lint how did you contrive about fiurgundy V
" That was mv'claret, rir, with from three to
six drops of bergaiuot, nieerdiug ns gentlemen
liked n full I'mur. or n delicate ll.ivor. As fori
hiiinpngnc, sir, that, of course, I made myselt.
' lion do you moan 'of cour.o,' Hurley?
"Oh. rir."' raid be, with an innocent, yet wag-.
gi.-h look, "surely everybody makes his own olinin-p-iiige
olio what can bccoii'O of nil tho pnoso.
I.e. Ill's J''
THE CHARACTER OF AUDIENCES.
lr. Holmes lectured recently, at New llodfurd. on
Audiences," nnd divided his listnoiiers into foif
llppri eialivo listener, tno resisting
. . -hisses ll.e
.. , ' , ,, , ,, ., ,,,
; lliw ivm. of the first wn. the nrcttv foinalc. ubuiil
n honi the .-riiicut lecturer i-ets up a little roiuaneo.
lint to any t o e, whi lhi .' prc.ty ..r not, expressing
kiiu.lv M'.uptithy, too lecturer turns in Ins dcs.on-
den v.or his triiiini h. '1 he terrible counterpart ol
thi:. in tho resisting !. tcnei', v. ho n always el the
male s. x, and is lo be found out in live iniuiiics.
liis face is n pei'petu tl veto bis idea is tl.i.t the
speaker ii a sui t of rwiiuiler, dctei i.iii.ed to make
him laugh whether ho wiil or n .t. S l.o buttons
up bis iiioiilli, and r.ivs plainly, "Nono of your
tricks w ith too." The lecturer had better give sii-h
an one up nt once; his teeth mny be Mroiig, but lie
w ill make nothing of that old tile. Keportois are
'cnorallv fiieiidlv. If tl.cv tliink a leoturo is very
nothing about it. Ono
but l.ecau-e, like the man with tho steam leg, he
moil I'l'itot. . Ida ...i.ol w I ........ .0 1.1. of hot. 111...
more than hill' n lecture, mid hiving received that,
. . . . .... .'. ii
tno pei'.-ou cos on; 11111.
The nudioiico has its throe stages of Voiilh, inn
turity an 1 so lility. After it arrives ut tho iige
thirty or forty minutes, wo ma
iv. i no sijins ui ii coinaiose coii.u-
t.on "'ue ou I ns Hero p. lie ,,i ,c tut c noil
-tl.o boa. fair and Is straightway indignantly re-1,.
stored. Hut the ryinp onyi tr.o too pi uuly to L-1
-., ' ' . ... ...V .- ' , ' . - r.,
th" :ci'l:r and coiinler icrl.s, .b wn, down upon the
nail, tliey geneiaiiy r-y iiutniiig nooui 11. .01111
great mistake wbt.di hey r.m.etnncs make, is
undertake to report .1 lecture upon the. strength
being 111 tho room only live minutes If they gue.,.
nt tlio subject under ruch circumstances, ihoy nro,
...... ..l ,.. ir..,..u ,..-... or 'l'l. .'1 .1.1.1 t I... .0.,'.:
....... 1 . ... ...n
: '' ' 1
i.nr ti-iitii ii iiii'yii.'i...i4 itiu-ni'ii 1 itiiiii :i rtiFini)
"1' nml. goes out i.ccuuse no iniisi
not tr.nii Moarmos. nor been use bo is faint.
.... ..!. II... I .1. V I III. HI. DIM ..I ft .'OlO'.lo... ...tlllll.
arrives at tho ge
av notice the Mgns
. id 11 comatose con.li-
or p i.-'itov upon a ncgiiviriug
.1 know w li.etl.or to consider this
cd,-. f the 1 .
female, w ho d
1111 outrage, nud so call for the o.dii 0, or as n declar
ation of iill'c.'ti .u, nud ro prriiit.-o "to consider it."
'I'I.e.. I... lot. Is tl.o iii-ik f.l' l..ioie-s i Lose lit-
l. iilion i, distracted by a note overdue; or the
1'omahi win. remorsefully remembers three pairs
stocbing'. U1..I..1 ucd at home: or tho bux.iin dame
who fancies she hears in that cry her rcrecehirg
infant. It i- only tho locomotive, but rho is
much done fur to. 'if she had been taken up by
cow-catcher. Then it is tiiiio for the lecturer
.!,. 1 I,,,.,!, Tl... tr.... r..m..,l il...n is i..
1 The young can pardon anything but dullness'
iu-t ns hoi" ns ti sneaker retains roinelhing
; . I . ... f....... -'.. ..... ...
youth in his heart, , pu t ro long will they listen
,liiin. Woman has litotes, but shu is tlie most
diligent listener. It is fortunate, too, that a large
I class of hearers 1L, ion from habit, liko Southey'r
' 11111.1, who lliuiight, uuer working hard all the week,
that .Sunday w m ft blessed day, became ho could
go to church, lay up his legs, uud think of nothing.
1 A'. 1'. Ete. iW.
' Jf,k-"Thc following is good. We find it in nn
: The f rrmors' Bank Vault Mother Karth.
j Exchanges Tho traiicpltinling of the
I and garden.
Dopisits Happiness, sobriety and manly indc
Assets Smiling fields, wnvoing with a eolden
J,nr est. , B
1 Liabilitirs Imtelitcil to God nluno, who Bonds
i T e "' r'li"'
1 Dividonil Health, wealth and honest prnctico
one n,iu luvmg uvaris.
tfS"An Irish girl residing with i family near
this city, was ordered to hung the washed cloths'
the horse in the kitchen to dry. Her mistress
shortly nfter found a vory gentlo family horse
standing in the kitchen completely covered with
(he dill'orent articles that had been wnshe.t 1I0.1 .1,...
nn I I'pon in terrognting the girl, the reply was, "Och
in to be sure, you mid to linng tho cloths upon
I horse iu the kitchen, and the busto is tho kindest
! over saw, sure."
eiy plants havo a moral as ns beautifying influ
ence. Show us a woman that owns a mob of ger
uiiiums, ami 1.11 Oleander and wo w ill show you
Woman whore house is us neat as one of W ills'" uuui
pliinents. If you ure courting a girl, theroforo
out in the first pl.u o whether she loves Hownrs.il'
1 nu uu, juu ciui go 11 oiiiiuuq uu ower matters.
I j " u vu'"u uul ""oioi 111 mm.
' LacKR IIF.r.R, A LI AND PORTER,
to Manual, u publication i.,toa,b,,l
' . -
I.N.U'.II'd S.CM tl.llt I . ..1 PI .. II7.
! ZuZZ ZZtiZ
, rrerhihtr. andcuusu tho
.' .;,-w ""'..",,,,,.'u '.."-iiioiii ongtnnl
.1 ineuim excellence l.y putting in fron
m ot Horse flesh ' UulU-n hure fl,,,h! A,l
... . ,, , "'.'"I" original
life and excellence by putting in from 0 toll) pounds
if horse llesh I' ViW,i hore flejih t And lm
poor deluded beer suckers smack their lips over tliis
newly restored, rich nnd creamy-boyerago I
men enupj sou tlie tilthy nnd polluted stuff which
js put in various intoxicnting drinks (to sny noth-
... ... ...v ...i.-iuiiuii urugM witn wnicti they nro
lilt. ..I 1 .1.,... .......1.1 .1.. . . . ... ..
filled,) t.,y would turn from ihoin wit the'niost
loathing dis.-nsf and horror. I'lUhnruh h,, ,.),
- . i"'
Tlio licv. James Wii.i.iam, tlio well-known and
. . I . - 1- .1.-
philalltliroplo missionary so lonjr resiueui in me
South Sea Islmids, taught tlio unlives to maiiiifnu-
tuic limo fioui tlio coral of their plioros. l lio pow
erful elVect priiiluco.l upon tlicin, and tlio oxtraordi
iinry io-os to which tlioy applied it, he thus facetious
'After having lnughed nt the process of hunting
which they believed to ho to cook the coral for their
food, what was their astonishment when in tlio
inoruinz they found his cottngo irlitterinpr in the ri-
I sing run, while ltd mow, they ilaiiccil, tlioy gunjr,
jihey rlioutod and scroaniod with joy. Tlio whole
'o lake the following from tlic memoranda of
.;in.,,t,r., ''rnvel, liy the nutlior of "(iormnny Ke
I island was in a commotion, given up to wonder and
1 .!. 1 1. ........... U.I.!.!. Anaiinil
CliriOO y, UIH. ll.U .....;i...h..i rn uta ...... i. v. ........
after thev pot possession of the brush nnd tub baf
fle description. The ton Ion immediately voted it
n cosmetic and kalydon, nnd superlatively happy
did many n swarthy coipiotto consider horsolf could
she but enhance her chni nis by ft dub of the white
bruh. And now party spirit ran high, ns it will
do in more civiltied countries, ns to who was or
w ho was not best entitled to preference. Ono par
ty urired their rimerior rank : one bad cot the brush
nnd was determined nt all events to keep it s nnd a
third tried to overturn the whole, that tlioy minli',
obtain mine of the sweeping. They did not even
scrnplo to rob each other of tlio little rhnro that
soino bad boon so happy ns to secure, lint soon
now limo wns prepared, and in ft week not a hut, n
domestic, utensil, n war-club, or n irarnietit but what
was ns white ns snow ; not nil inhabitant but lind ft
skin i.ainteil with tlio most crotesnuo figures; not
n tn' but was similarly whitened, nnd oveu moth
ers iniirlit bo seen in every direction capering with
extravagant postures nud yelling w ith delight nt
the aiipcrior beauty of their w hito-w ashed Infants."
visited," which appears ill the Now York livening
A S'lottT not oiti:n Srt:N'. Aarati, a town of
some 0,000 to 8,000 inhabitants in Switzerland, the
Protestants and catholics have but one church.
Thev share it peaceable together. The right of so
inucli unexpected liberality did me good. The
church is divided into two parts, the Catholic and
I'rotertant. They have their religious services nl
ternato. nnd never ounrrol. Tlio same bell mils
both to church, tho ranio roof covers
congregations, mm l rattier gues. ine nunc iou
ho u s liravcrs of both. I was nstnnh lic.l to find
this fact, iur tho A irau pooplo h 1 1 bi.'oa described
to mens very intolerant pintestniilr, nnd the Cath
olics therciisniii. il embittered against them ; nnd
I made special inquiry whether, during the late
rcligi.ais ditlirulties in Swilzerlaml, the joint use of
the church wns lu.t endangered by tho prevailing
high tircdiidice. I was told that it was not.
frankly expressed to the Catholic, sexton, who
showed us tlio church my gratification nt tho har-
! monioits action of tho two religious roots. " oil,
j as to that," raid ho, "the pooplo of Aarau arc nei-
incr very .enrols .minors nor vei j uciny i rui. sv
1 ,.,. ,,,i,.t,t l,il, l.e iu.or,, in ilieir roul for
1 Ihcir It" t'ectii o iliuri lien." I raw I had n ebiiri li-
man before mo. 1 raid not'iing in votilv, but nf.er
' we went out of tho church. 1 could not help saying
to my coinpniiion : " I ho Annul i.cople may ho poor
! Piot'estaiits nud poor Catholics, .ut surely they are
"Wantfd A young mini of industry, ability
land integrity," &v.t Ac.
j This moots our eyo daily in the column
' "Wants," and it is true as the Pentateuch. Wanlc
1 Of wii'.e they arc iici.yj wanted. Tho market
linn never bo overstocked; they will always
j culled for, and never quoted "dull," or "no sale."
Wanted for thinkers wanted for workers in the
vou aro wanted
iu this world of ours
but not f..r a Doctor.
, - , , ... ..,..i ,,i, ... .... l.rt'.
; t jvi.lry r toi, ,, y(ir ,7rw lin,-j ft ,
d(.,cl , xiMv. We would ... if
..,,,,1,1, b,.,t ihci. wo were young, longer ngo than
,. ,,, .:,, , , ...... .,. ,-... T
to uro ,vi r ;, ,.,. vnnt ()f a , ,
of, w.litfn .1,, ,)0 t,ii,iJ0,i. tree to bo felled : a plow
; )o ft . ,o lo r,ml,(1(. j ,
....... . . . .
I liey talk nhout staples nml great staples, llun-
"-'. imluMrious, able jj.j ma, arc the groat staple
...t i.,t i,.i ti Ifiip i.v. An. linr n .nvvitp
1.1,i1 f .i,,,.,. r,,r lids .r,.,.,..i;.,u ,,.,.1 n..
; . .... .. r .. .. .
it ho tho profession of brick-laying or furuiin
other ol tho manual prolcssmus
uro tape if vou can help it. It's honorable
and honest, and nil that, but then you can do better.
Of nil things, don I rub tho women, ll s lnn- pre'
tape nnd thread
.1 ... .....
- . ... . . I
"j! ,lv0 mMe silks and laces, (
ol,,, ,,. , iko ft lmll
, .. , , ., , . ,, ....... ...
like to think, nnd you know, when one's "old
Besides, if you become a Doctor, you'll Luvo
w ait "becniise you haven't experiences," rays
1. Id practitioner : "because you nro too young,"
miv all tho women. If vou uro a Lawyer,
likely to rise, they II put 11 weight 011 your head,
of kwpv"" under.or, if you mako n go...
1 argunient, some old opponent, as gray as 11 rat,
! k" k " 'lver, by some taunt orothcr, be.'iius-o
n j were not born 111 the year one. And so it will
the "lltl1 J'"" f r,,w "''?'' nn,i f"'0'od. nnd wish you
to "'T" ll".k,,. V-V "" imiuortal 'one, or nny
!,.. thing but J ust what you nrc.
! Be n farmer, and your troubles nro over, or rather.
! they don't begin. Vou own what you stand
"troni the center ol tlio o.irtti, ' ns they useil to
"up lo tho sky ;" you nro independent all day,
tired, not weary ut night. 1'ho moro noighbors
you have, nnd tfic better farmers they nro, tho moro
and tho better for you.
There's ono thing more, young num. You
wanted. A own. wmuin wants you. Don't forgot
her. No mutter if you nro poor." 1) in't wait to
rich. If you do, ten to one if you nro Jit to be mar
ried at nil, to anybody that's fittobb married.
Marry v bile yon are young, and struggle up togeth
er, lest ill tho years to cnnie, somebody shall adver
tise "Young ineil wanted," nnd none to bo had.
A singular cae happened ft few davs ntro in
A, it, IV alters, of this city, (loorjo
practice of Dr,
size nnd activity, as not only to obstruct vision,
bo productive of great pain.
Iwo attempts had been n.ndo by eminent
tn 1 1 i -1.. .
U'-o.in ... v i.itiiiii.Li, mm AOUISVlllU, 10 rOIIIOVOlt,
but ill vain, as tho littlo animal succeeded in elud
ing enjiture. Tho patient put himself under
euro 01 it. vi alters, who succeeded in relieving
by milking nn incision in tho eyo, only large enough
to allow of tho introduction of a miiiuio pair
. ... .-., ...in uiuciuiiy guuniing ngninst tno escape
of tho aqueous humor, which balHed tho other
surgeons, ns when tho an una! found it leaving
it slipped into tlio posterior chamber of tho
and could not bo reachod. Ho thus seized and
it. It wus a worm, about one-oiirhih nf
inch in length, by a sixtoonth; was of a milky
and very active.
Aftoreatcltingtho worm.'tho doctor was com nolle.!
to enlarge the incision on tho cornea, for the
of removing it. Casos similar to tho prosout
luivo boon occasionally observed, and the worms
are similar to inose louuu frequently in the stomach,
and sometime, though very rarely, in the inner
ear, from which, in a ease in Pittsburgh, Dr. Wul-
uirs 111111 esiraciea one two inches In length.
The interest of this operation is increased by
fact that tlio littlo iiiiiiiuilcuhe had twice before
olmlod enpturo, owing to its aotivity in rotreuting
to its fastnesses, beyond tho reach of tho surgoon'g
instruments. I'ilhluryt Journal.
Ai.t'AHt.E Affi-irATiov. For wounds roenived
from old nails, or cuts occasioned by brokon glass
poach troo leaves, well stooned n III! 11 tjinl in. I
wound, will give immediate roliof, By thickenine
tlio liquid from which the leaves had been taken
with meal or bran, a e-ood' (innlii.. ! ',.i.i..i...i
which will keep moist for Lours. In case
' c.iiinoi ue ootuineit, a te.i made or the
Koony, a resident of Indianapolis, has 1 ad for
last ten vea.-s nn obrtructiou in ho vision of
. . .. .. .. ."
.whilHrnll dor'mo InT H,p id l?Z
anterior chamber of tho eye. It was qu i'te smal
lirst. but within a year or two had so 1, rea
wigVoV Urn , KKlrW , I
u..ti 1 . svniu, win uo
The Woniltrftil ind Thrilling Narrative
TUB Kll..ll'i r.i. FW-. iiRN.n, n in,
T IV K 1. V r VntllD A A 1.1 V n
, . ,, , . .
,n tho dis.nnt 8o..th,-n.,d finally rescued ... a
providential manner. 'Ihollook corroborates tboi
ndnge, that " VVtiM is stranger than Bctmn." It
S 1 . .. . . ,n .... r
has reoc.rcd tlio unljoiitulea rccomnieimiuions oi
tho free press.
l.tsiti copies have neon sotii in loiirmonins;
l.tKIO nsoiits wanted, to soli the aliove, in all
pnrts of tho United .States and Canada, to whom
tho most liberal tornis nro civen. i'rom $."mO t.
1,'sKl n year, cnu bo real'ued by active fttid run-
The nbovn mnkos ono hftiidsomo 12nio, vol., of
3.10 pages 7 engravings, nnd is sold fur $1,00.
Copies sent by mail, (post-paid,) on rccoipt of
for lurthor particulars apply to ino puo
ushers, TIf.riiv A Mii.i.kr, Auburn, N. Y.
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. r ,,,Tm,T nniinAT
SALEM UNION SCHOOL.
This School, which commenced Its first session
Au-'.Sth, 1:5. Is now in "icoessfiil operation, with
foreign and two hundred and fill vdistrct schol-.
nrs in nttendiinoe-n number which f.asmoro than!
justified tho most sanguino expectations of its:
Messrs. MeCIain and Markhnm will he contin-(0
as Siinerintotidonts; the former of the Coiniiicr-
mi ami liign iscuooi i.opnriiiieius, uic nuicrui mc
Mr. feeder. Polinesteh, who spent many years
us instructor in some of the best schools in Uormnny
nnd who is well known here as nn nblo linqiiit and
ext.erienceil tf'rhi'f, is now enirnirod to enter the
illgll ociiooi 1'cpariuieni, nl lliu cuiiiiiiciicciucut in
tlio next term, nnd take charge ol t lasses in tlie
Latin, Oreck, French and liurimin L.inguagos,
Arniiigonionts have boon made by which Stu
dentscan, diiringeacli term, avail thomselvos of tho
advantages of n cnri'fullv prepared Series of Leo-
1 tures on Anatomv nnd Physiolne-v. illustiated bv
... . . . .
nn excellent r reneli .il'itiikin nntl (skeleton; nml nl-
, sni.fnfull course of IjCssons in I'ciininnnrl.ip by
' an nccomplishe l Penman, on moderate terms.
permanoiitlv connected therewith. A JebiitiiiK
cociuiy in ins., in i.iicco.ssi.11 ..j.eiiiii.'n.
Those wl o winh to qualify themselves for teach
ing, have an opportunity of attending ft well-conducted
Normal Class, nnd receiving a regular
course of instruction on modes of teaching, organ
ising nnd conducting schools, sc.
That Compositions nud Reclamations mny ro
eoivodun attention. Literary classes nro formed in
fhe School, nnd a woll-organiatod Literary Sicietv
A Cummittoo recently appointed l.y tho Board
for that purpose, have made arrangement by
which Students can bo furnished with good board
at SI, fit) perwook. Those who wish to board them-j
selves can obtain rooms.
The School is furnished with n ret of good Phil
osophical. Clmniieal and A .tronoinical Apparatus,
and a w ell-selected Cabinet of Minerals', also, with
Outline Maps, Aunt unical Plates, Ac, Ac.
These advantages, ndded to those of n pleasant.
hoalthy and nccessibb. hication, tho influence of
nnd intelligent eoniinunitv, nnd-tho eflicieiit
,.r ! 1...' I I'.-. L-U'.".. 1... vi..l 1 1.....
1 1.1 '."''."""" .... ... ......
lalxirs of a corps of nblo nud experienced teachers,
onalile tlie lloai'il to litrnisli all who I ccome .stu
dents in the School, with facilities for aihancetnent,
crp.nl to thoso to bo had nt any s. hool, whether
public or private, in this part of tho State.
In nddition to the nbovo Language., the Course
of instruction embraces Orthography, Heading, in
cluding, Mandev ill's Heading uu Oratory, Mental
and Written Arithmetic, (icngruphy, Knglish Gram
mar, including Analysis, Natural Philosophy,
Lhoaitstry. llntanv. Astronomy, Hool.igv, Anatomy
and Physiology, I lirtorv, Mental nnd Moral Phil-
- 1 ...... j ..... , -.- .. k...,... .... '..u
j i Lutry, Algebra, (ieoiuolry, A(iplicali...i of Al-
or j gebra to (jieonietry. Piano nnd Spherical Trigon-1
ometry. Surveying, Construction of Trigonoinolri-,
cul Tables, Conic Sections, Spherical Projections,
l.escriptivo tiooinctry, .viatlieinatical 1 lulosophy,
and Miitheniatical Asironoinv.
N. B. Lessons
Pen nnd Pencil Drawing
Sketching, and Painting in Water Colors, nnd
on the Piano, cm. U had of competent! ....tructors,
in our villnge, on roasonuble terms.
Tl'ITION rEIKirAHTf.UOF ELEVEN W KICKS.
F.oading,Pentu.ii.siiip. Arithliielic, English
(iraiumai', I Icgraphy, nnd Mavheiv's
Bouk-Ke.o.iiig, ' $15,00
The elements of Algebra, fieomelry. Histo
ry. Natural Philosophy. Chemistry, As
tronomy, (leology, Anatomy, Physiolo
gy; Ac. "
Tho Latin and ( I rock Languages, tho Higher
Branches of Mathematics, with their ap
plication to Natural Philosophy, Astrono
Tho f roiich and (iorninu Language., ouch,
The Winter Term will eoin.nencii Nov. 7lh,
and eontinuo 17 weeks; the Spring Term, March
JOth, 1S54, and eontinuo 12 weeks.
Foreign Scholars will not bo admitted for
than halfu quarter, and end. Or,o will bo expected
to jiay thu tuition for ibisiinio iu advance. .Should
11 Scholar bo prevented by sickness, from attending
11 half quarter, nn equitable proportion of this
will bo 1'cfuudud,
Though scholars can enter the School nt
time, they will find it greatly to their advantage
commence, with tho term.
Wo insert n few of tho regulations which
boon ndopted for tho government of High School
13. H: Foroiirn sehulnrs mnv. if thev wish
study during tlio intervals between recitations,
the TC ' Z. five h . atvm
the tl,t,r rMr"vc bmir-ltng ho iises. unless ,n coiik-
'" uence 01 iion-cnmn uuicr il 1 n II,
at "'V '""pLml r.,l! .Wf .,)""riut t,,,"nn
f ""i'0' ? '. k? '"n' ' ? tl,?."'"B' ''"'H
u... i.iou. ur uunruiuns consent tlioro
to. IS, It: Scholars who nro Boarding iu the
for tho purpose of attending School
will be required to conduct themselves as
would bo expected to in a well regulated family,
uud in a quiet, peaceable and orderly community!
COM M E RCIAL DEPA UTM E N T.
To moot the increasing demand for such nn
as will qualify students for performing
duties of the Counting Boom with uocurucy
dispatch, this Department bus been connected
the Si hisil. In it the various branches of Book
Kooping by Single and Doublo Entry, Morcuntilo
Computations, &o., will be taught; a well-arranged
Series of Lectures on Commercial Law delivered
py a Member ot the Bur; nud and ft full Course
liossoni iu I'onnianship given by uu able Jnstruc-
In addition to going through tho text book
(Duffs Book-Keeping.j Students will bo required
to perform Uhick-bonrd and Manuscript Exercises
daily. Eleven weeks are considered amide time
complote the oourse of instruction in tliio Depart
Mr. MeClnln is a graduate of 0110 of tho best
Commercial Colleges iu tho Wost is woll acquain
ted with the Science of Accounts, nml i. .... v:
onced teacher of Book-Koeping; wo havo no doubt,
theroforo, that his course of' iosis,,...: .....
. .. .. . ........, .nun ,u..r-
ough us that given in any MorcUntile Establish
ment iu tlio fauito.
Tuition for the Course,
Students can enter this Dennrl.ne.,1 .1 n it.....
whon tlio School is in session.
ilj Order fifth lin,rl,
John hahkis, ciui.
Yoi.ms 1, loft lft.14.
nn Too 1st of . anllllfV
our annual anneal to the tanner, the Jlectianie,,anu
' 1 " ' P , , , mun iM)lllf),
.,.... -hi. a choan
AMI fell..!.!!. lltltKr.
iDcvolcd lo Ajr'icultorf, DomfMic 8ml Rornl Alisin,
r. Tenth Volume of this popular Journal wilt
lonco on the 1st of .laniiiiry, 1HM. Wo insko
CoxT.iiNiNo at nil times valuable hints for the .irnt
tlic .SVioo, nnd tho h'inxiit', nnd seeking the e!Vss
tion of l,.noR ill all its legititnato interests: oppos
inir quackery nnd humbug in all their forms, anil .
Hiring tho noble station of a truo
llO.lIi: IMPI ll or THE WEST.
Ttis Kdit-.rs have limit been familiar will, the .
i peculiar condition of Western Agriculture, nml by
iexteiisiva travel and obsorvution keep tboniselyo
j informed of tho wants and progress of tho country '
Tim Ottio C'li.TiVATnn is published on tho Jr
'and loth of every month Hi large octnvo pages.
! with title page nnd inilex at too onu oi i no year,
... r.t mu
Tkiims. Single rtibsi r.ittons $1 i vear. tour
I ?''pios for $:t. Nino copies for nnd snme prir
cents em h) fur any larger number. All sOo
fifly seriptions to be paid in advance, and to comm-ne
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l'UOSPKCTL'3 FOR 1H54.
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before tho public, would rotiirn thanks for the gen
erous iiiitronauo w hich lias placed them fur in ad
vance of every other Literary Weekly In America.
' And, ns the only suitable return for such free and
hearty support, their arrangements for l64 buve
been in.ule w ith a degree of liberality probably uu
ciiuiled in the history of American newspnper lit
erature. They hnvo engaged ns contributors for
the ensuing year the following brilliant array of
talent nml genius: Mns. Sot tiiwoutu Kssssom
IIrnnutt Mrs. Dksjson (Jrace liREE.xwotiu ako
In tlio first pnper of Janiinry next, wo deslga
i l v i...
f()r r columns, enlifled '
run nuwr. of Tin muKi:xEss.
nr rMKRsos hennett.
Author of " Yiolu," " Chita Morcland," "Tho For
ged Will," etc.
This Novelet, l.y tlio popular author of " Clara,
Morcland," we design following by another called
nr mils, iiakv a. nr.Msnx,
Author of ' Home Pictures," "(lurtnido lUiksull,','
Wo have nbo the promise of nnuiuberof Sketsh-
n os by (.race tireenwi.ral, whoso bnlltaiit nnd ierss
moral , tile pen will be almost exclusively employed upon
i llio Post nml nor ow n L.11110 riigrini. 1
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noniice n series of
ly risen yory hiyli
ist mid her ow i
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now being rapidly republished in Ungland, also
will maintain her old and pleasant connection with
tho Post. The next rtory from lior gifted pen will
bo entitled . s
ltlirinm, Tlic Avenger :-.
Oil, THE FATAL YOH'. 'i
II V til MA il. E. X. Bot'TllWOKTIt, '
Author of "The Curse of Clifton," "Tho Lost Heir
ess," " The llesei ted Wife," etc,
And las! not least wo are authorized to
articles from ono ho has rapid
in popular favor. They will be
NEW SllLIKS Of SKKTCIIES.
11V I'AN'NY EltX,
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? """.V."', ," , r.i J
Oreenwood ...the early .lumbers of tho coming
J.ngravingr, foreign t orroKponiioneo, Agricui-
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ft " " " " " " 15 ",
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IS now completed, nnd ready for reception.- AVe
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us with a cull; in short, wo nro permanently lo
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Ol It SUV-LIGHT ,
Cnn bo surpassed no where in tho State. ' Our
CAMERA, is a powerful quick-worker. We war
rant our work. Likcnosses of all ages, taken tin-
ike, on no c'iiaruk. ! Our prices rnngo from 40
cents, to 20 dollars. Past experience, and present
advantages, enable us to tuko Hood JJkciu.ise, at
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tho recent improvements nf the art, our time and
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P.M. Juno 31st, lMif,
JAMES BARNABY. ; '',-
7IHCIIANT TAILOIt, , ,
Xorlh Side Mtin-ftt., One Door Weat ft Ih4 ' Sulerm
Coats, Vests, Punts, Ac, Mudo to Ordor and War--ranted
to liive SatisfuAstion. '
The Tailoring Business in ail his Branchei, 'ear
ried on as heretofore. ' ' ' ' 4
GOUDUT NEW YORK PRICES J CLEVUM
UUOOKC A WHITNEY, ' ''-
WllOLESAI.I DEAI.KUS IN YANKKI NOTION,
Fancy Dry fionds. all kinds nf Tailor's Trimmlnes
.Inwolry, 1'ocket Cutlery, (Jerman Silvdr and Plated,.
41 BANK STREET, CLEVELAND,., o j...
' 4 ' AT THI SiqN OI THil LtVl YiNSII., oUi".
From three to tivo tons of flax per week wanted.
to bo manufactured into flax Cotton. ; A !
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Asgust 20th, im.