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HE CAME TOO LATE!
He caae too late I the tout bhad dred
Before.the ire too long;
The dakes were corched upon the side,
And every thing was wrong I
Shei oorned to wait all night lr one
Who lingered on his way,
And so she took her tea alone,
And cleared the things away I
lie came too late I at once he felt
The supper hour was o'er
Inditlerence In her calm smile dwelt,
She closed the pantry door;
The table cloth had pased away
No dishes could be see:
She met him, end her words'were gay
She never spoke of teal
'"e came too late! the subtle chords
Of patience were unbohld;
Not by ollenee of spoken words
Bnt by the slights that wound.
She knew he would say nothing now
That cotuld the pest repay;
She bade hbln go and milk the cow,
And coldly turned away!
"lie came too late! the fragrant steam
Of tea had long ellnce down;
The fles had fallen in the cr am-
The bread was cold a. stone.
And when, with word. and Pm lo, he tried
His hungry state, to prove,
She nierved her heart w tb woman's pride,
And never deigned to move! "
EVERY body that know anything about
Kentucky fifteen years ago, rememlbers old
colonel (reathouse, a gentleman of the old
school, who always had old fioends and old
wines, and who declared hle despised every
thing that was new. The old Colonel liv
ed fast, livedl well, petted his niggers, raised
tobacco, and of course, gradually wore out
his lands. One fine morning in January,j
the Colonel caine to a very strange conclu-1
sion, and that was, that the plantation had
not paid expen'e4 for many years, and some
thing must Ire done. After much hard talk
ing aicd an immennse sight of thinking, the
Colonel concluded to send his son "Phil,"
down the Mississippi, to look out a "new
location," the old homestead having "given
out." In duo :ourse of time Phil set upon
his adventurous journey: he was really a
"ehip off the old blook," had all his father's
peculiarities, ani. though younger in years,
had consumed about the same amount of the
good things of this sublunary life. Phil,
once started, went straight to'New Orleans
a li took expensive parlors at the St.
Charlc.. Ils every movement was chron
icled by fti and frolic; there was.a crowd
of good fetllows at his heels, go where lie
would. Every body in the hotel knew him
as that "gay younig man," and his appear
ance in the ladies' parlors was hailed with
delight. The season drew to a close, and
Phil's money was out; and so le started
home. Old Colonel Greathouse received
"his boy" with all the affection of a fond'
father; mutual comnplintents were exchanged;
and ufter the usnlti qucestions and answers
pertaing to separations were gone through
witll, Phil found hiittself in the parlor, with
nothing but a round table and a bottle of,
ladeira between himself and his fiather,.
when the following conversation enstued:
'You say, Phil, my boy, that the lands
down in Lomuisiana are very fine, the crops
large, and all the peolle rich and hospita
hie; s'pose you went about a great deal oni
the platntations, examined the soil, looked
at the expexses of' iraing the crop, and got
your intforiation on the spot ? "
"Certainly," said Phil, with gravity;
'went alouit all over, iantd the laud is won
dclrlil; no I ottoim to the soil--crops grow
inl it spontanellcullY-nl-lomey ctonies in with
a runh-wonderful Ilantations on that Miso'
"t\1 e must move. Phil, and commence the
worll unew; 'twont do, my Iboy to live here
and have every tlhing eating their hends
oil;" half soliloquized the Colonel, and thein
brightening ul hlie asked, "you know, Phil,
I told you to tmqu re alout the water in that
lower c.outntrv; I aim particular about water;
how did you like that?"
Phil w as puzzled: after a few moments'
perplexity hle replied, "W1hy the lhft is,
when I got away lromt hoime I cnremembered
you mentioned somecthing to mue about a
matter you were particular ialout, but I for
got what it was; and couosequnltly the tiw
months I was in Lc uaiianu, I ncvr lasti d any
"You should have done it oince to oblige:I
your filther," said the Colonel, sorirowfilly;
and from that tinte folrward nothing more I
was heard of the propose~d rctmoval to the
rich lands "lhrtlher Sotulh."
. . . .. . . . . .. .
JoVIAL 1Dc'Toas.-A 1lIeaulatl writer af
terl idlulgiug the dolorotu over the ghastly
liteb uf a dotor, tihus exhihilt lhre re.rof'
the piicture: "lu practice, it is not so hIad
after all. The grave digger in Immhl has
his jokes and grim jests. We have known
nlalny a jovial rextlou: and we have seen
elerIg'ymen laugh he;rtily, at mall povoca.
tion, ]lose on the hIel of a ool eldt ulation
that the grea nmajority of their fellow crea
tures iwere going to perdition. Why, then
should not the doctor have his fun ? Nay,
is it not his duty to Lie merry, I y main lilorce
if ntlessary ? Solomon, who fronm his great
knowledge of herbs, must have Ieen no
mean iraul itioner. for his tlday, tells us that
'a Imerry heart doeth good like a mnedic.ine,'
And uuiversal experienci has confirmed the
truth of this maxim. Hence, it ls, doubt
iees, that we have so many anecdotes of fa
cetious doctors, distributing their pills and
jokes together, shaking at the same time
the contents of their vials and the sides of
"THREE GREAT AMERICAN DISHER," IN
PARIs.-A New York correspondent of the
Boston Journal says:
I was amused with an incident related by
a gentleman connected with the Collins'
line of steamers. He brought home a card
from Paris, which he obtained from a res
tauraut in that city. It announced that
each day, the citizens of Paris, and the Yan
kees in particular, could obtain at the said
restauraut the three celebrated American
dishes, viz: "Pumpkin pies, cod fish balls and
baked beans." It seems that the keeper of
this place of resort was in humble business.
He she wed some attention to an American
lady; she introduced him into the mystery
of "punkin pie," (as they spell it,) and by
the singularity of his advertisement attrac
ted the attention of the Americans in Par
is. His business increased, and now he is
on the high road to fortune, under the po
tent renown of "the three great American
A CHAL.ENGIE 1)ECLINED.-The New
York Timis states that on Tuesday a flare
up occurred in Brooklyn, which resulted in
a lawyer challenging a professional brother
who declined accepting the invitation, un
less the challenger would fat himself up
sufltciently to be a mark to shoot at.'" The
latter has not yet indicated his intention to
accede to the requcst.
$300,000 IN GIFTS FOR TIlE PEOPLE.
CAPITOL CITY ART UNION.
I URNELL & Co's. second Great Gift Des
The proprietors take great pleasure in an
nlounling to the citizens of the Union, that in
consequence of the great satisfaction manifest
ed by the ticket holders of their great distri
Ilut.ol, and the many thousand solicitltions
from aull parts of tho country in relation ty
whether thy intend getting up another Distri
Iutio, of O'fts for the people. tlhey have after
an imlnense outlay, been enabled to offer their
tlhousands of patrons the following mnaguificent
and unpreccdelnted bAliant scheme, to be dis
tributed ia soon us the 800,000 beautiful En
gravings of the Capitol of Ohio are distributed
lamonig their patrons.
The price of the Engraving is but ONE
T)OLLAR, and as a parlor ornament it canl
not be surpal:ssed.
Read attentively the following list of beau
tiful and costly Uifts, which will be satisfacto
r:ly distributed by a committee of ten, selected
one from each state where the largest number
of subscrilbers are obtained.
1 Farm ill the state of Indiana, $10,000
1 do in Ohio ............. 8,000
1 do " ............. 6,000
1 Four story brick dwelling and
lot, in Columbus, Ohi0o, ... 6,500
1 do do do do 6,500
1 Bieautifuil residence in tlit towni
of Mount Vernon,......... 5,500
1 2 story brick, in Chilicotle, 3,500
1 brick Cottage and lot in Co
lu bus, .................. 8,000
1 do do do do 3,000
1 Frame do do do 2,500
1 iHandsome country residence,
in Sago Co., Ohio,........ 1,500
4 splendid building lots ill Co
lumbus, at $2,000,........ 8,000
10 do do at $1,500. 15,000
4 do do in Cleveland, 6,000
1 Grand action Piano, Ck's... 1,2001
(oldl watch, set with dialonds, 1,11000
,5 ghl wawthes, $500 (tch,.... 2,500
10 Roswool P1'antos, $500 each, 5,000
10 do do 400...... 4,000
10 do do 300...... 3,000
50 Gold Watches at $150 ...... 7,500
100 do do 100...... 10,000
100 do do 75...... 7,500
100 do (1do 40...... 4,000
300 silver do 20......' 6,000
300 do do 15...... 4,500
(1000 L.lies gold breast pins at $4 4,0111100
1200 do Brocha shawls, at $25 5,0010
5i00 do silk dress latterns, $20 10,00t)
5000 Gold pencils, at $3 ........ 15,000
10000 do pens, with silver cases,. 20,000
2000t(0 do rings, at $1 50 each,. .. 30,000
1'20,4 do do 1 00 eacl,... 12,0b4
Evr ry l'urchaser of the large lithograiphic
engraving', will receive a certificate of nitllter
ship, entitling thei to ait chance in tho above
li:t of valuable and costly gifts for the people.
The engravings can be sent by mail (without
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Iple'se stld it ret onin'u inindtion signed by the
Postimaster or some other influential and well
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'ro thos,, Iern.ous who have been acting as
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Sr I ii t ie tounit cnt, red oni the way-bill.
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DRUGS, MEDICIKNES, &c.
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t N HAND, and for sale at the " Mrltncr.
.' LAo. ronRY," on the East side of the Pubi
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and Medicines, among which may be found the
B, A. Fahnestoek's, and McLanes.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Wistar's Balsam,
I Wild Cherty, Hasting's Napthn, Jayne's Ex
pectoraut, Judson's Cherry and Langwort.
Dr. John Bull's, S. P. Townsend's, Old Ja
cob Townsemu's, Carlpenter's, Sand's.
Mexican Mustang, Nerve and Bone, Jaynes,
Beach's breast, Ague remedies, Osgoood's In
diun Cholagogue, Smith's Tonic, Speed's Febl
rifuge, Beach's Feraginous Tonic.
Ifair Prepiratinsm, Tonics, d*c.
Barry's Trico herous, Phalon's lHair Invig
rator, Jayne's Hair Tonic, Handl's Eau Lus
trale, Balm of Colombia.
Ointmerrs a n Solres.
Dalley's Pain Extractor, Ioll w..vay's Oint
ment, Gsays, Judkins, Green Mountain.
Cod Liver Oil, MeNair's Acoustic, British
IIurlanm, Linsc.d, Castor, Lard, Olive, Lump,
Copal, Black Leather, Coach, &e.
litters rund 'ohnis.
SMoffitt's i'ihenix, Ilabbard's Wild Cherry,
Ric:hardson's Wdil Cherry,,Gouley's 'Vegeta
ble, Iloollhand's Germanl.
Extracts for handkerchiefs, Cologne, Ger
man and Amlierican Toldet Powders. Soups,
Pomades, Tooth Powders.
Tooth, Powder, and Flish Brushcr.
Wright's Indian Vegetable, Moffatt's Lift,
llramlureth's, Morrison's, Lecs , New London,
(irdllienerg, Jaymm's Sanative.
Ililburd's Ati4hilious, Sislacer's Vegetable,
Peter's, Cook's, Wistar's, Gentle Purgative,
Gordon's, Mlculll's Liver, Scott's, Ague.
Dia rrlra and Ch,/era .1Iintv.res.
Beach's unai-cathurtie, Billing's Syrup.
Thorn's extruac, 'T'orr:ant's effeirv.escing ape
rint, Tooith-ache drops, Lyo:'s MagInetic I',ow
ders, 'I'iromlson's Eye Water, Rad:, ly's RIadly
Relief, do. HReolvmt, Indelible, Ik, Mars:all's
Cu'atholieon, PerryDavis Pain Killer, Opodel
doc, Godfr, y's C)r.al, Turlington's Il.isam,
I.tenlian's 1)ropS Jaynes F:ruly Mleiciims,
Se-idlitz, Soda anld Yeast Powders, Carpenter;
Fluid Extract ]hLchu, Junio Cordial, Spohn's
IHenidache RIemedy, Strengtheningr fleasters.
lr'lnll'l.ll r the " MEDIICI NAL LA
BIOIATOItY" o. Brick Row, in tihe same
store w ,, .. S, . ...a . ,.'1"ip
1IIE following catalogue embraces a partial
Slist of articles coistaitly o hiand andi for
salehy LA N G WOITIli Y &'T1'LI)ON, at the
Drug Store in Cliio.on, to whltch the atteiition
of the trade generally is respectfully solicited.
Aloes, ahlohol, Muriatic avid,
AssKfirtida, alum, Morphia, musk,
Arrow root, Numlber Six; half pint
A monia curb, qua rt hot t ls,
Ahesive plaster, Nututegs, oil bergamiot
Allspice, Pink root, piperine,
lialsait, Fir aitd Tolu, Pot ash, paint brushes,
li.iy RunI , blue stone, Quiine, sal soda
lilue mas,, black !cad, Soda bicarbLonate
Iltack Suake root, Seidlitz powders
Biorax, bIlistr plaster, S Irsheairalia, sponge
('a lomiel, Eng, & Am. Syrup squills, starch
('aicued nalgnesia, Varnish, venetian red
Catmphllor, Caastile soap, Whlititng, .untli drops
Castor oil, iper gallonll ralndy, Port wilne
iandl bottle, (fin,
Cayee. peppir, Brushesl of all ki(nds
Chaircoal powder, Lily white, pominutnat
Cloves, chromae green, Ilack Iclad, hair oil
Citrate of Iron, Brown's ess. ginger
u Quinine, Yeast powders
Cod liver oil, Scales and weights
Colombo root, ('coptiv capsules
('oilposition powder, Thermotnetors
('opperas, reama tartar Snltll, Scotch
I)overs powderss, " llah('loy
Elia Bark, ergot, Selrificuators, catheters
EIsolti sailts, Llanets, s~prilng do
Extracts of all kinds, Cuipping glasses
Flax seed, flor sulphur, 'Patent medicines
(i;tger, glue, 'Liotnpson's eye water
(unt gluae, g.unl myrrh WVistar's ialsam of wild
(tGuln arlhie, do oapiunl, lherlry
IIounl's ainodyne, U ruael'fnherg Pills
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Leumon syrup, Holllnd's bitters
Matches, mace, Fancy soaps, variety
Fuacy perfntiery, ass'd Tapers,
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