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THE MENAI BRIDGE IN WALES. v, Mr. Prist writ. Ln tha Km T,.rL Ohanrvar the Yollowia interesting account bf thi gnat work: TlrVutlr Jl'i,TryrIUrT'ritl rc I'ftaHM'tk ftrvA'ett atrtlitnical wonder pf tUe n werld, tiid if nit admiration of it bad been great ? when rending tli many prtphio Uclcriptiuiis we " It? k.rd fcf it, njr wonder and pleasure wor . JpTeatly iucruweed Whan I cam tu r it. Tlx oar tjwept'UiriKigh th bridge fii'tean hundred Mid thir lu feet iu length, and w ltfkJ uu other sensatit u tba tbiUOf p-vMing through any othti- ri.eiud ridf. but a W raaubtd ttaugor, nud the ti :iti iimumJ; I IftftrV, u let it go om without inv, while lint HMnti t atddy thit eiupnl- its win k, 'l i t problem to bo lotted by the nrchiiect wa 1 1 1 1 - to build a bridtf 1,500 tot ovjr an aim uf the eee, .-.-a lierhia tho air m (e permit ih loftici.t niftst v rata endarit, aud without tiiara tu olntrtitit tin navifatroav. Tha point on tho trits selected Cur IhacuriVMto fortunately prm idod villi n rock ' rising from tlie wntor, and nearly in llio midst of Or st mi Is. This w the unao ofn pier, hut thru aba bride;, without a draw mutt ttraluli 472 feet tn r. abort, and WO tu Uia other, at tha height h l'nt t)ot hundred fact ubove il a sea. Mr. Stupl.en ivu, th Mhttrat, dvied, and ui.iler biltujasriul.ii ; eJeavAhe eKtouad lliit work, which prwni.-c tu . atand an enduring tnouuiiiuot of ingenuity, cnlcr prie. aud perteveriti.u, andur d,lln uhics ihr iiio-t ttithaartauiiig, and la ordiimrv miiitl iiifunuuuii' . tabla. Tu Uia work ht bruuIil, n thd tii'ft in.d aiaf alaiutnt of auoOr'S, hin owngiiiut and nuur ata. and to tho b a MJ l.oUO iuun. for whom awtiacM wart built aldug tha ahuro, M the labur of jnriwnffwHiiiovin. inn oi ia 19 no in irnn uuUuof alM; it it 10 hold itralf withoot an arch, and arulwut atnel uble to bind it to tha rouky aJiOra, It ia to ha huilt uti tl.a rhbrr. i e flOHtrJ a tha Tatar, nud than rnifd iorpcnHi. ularlv. niwl 1 . tm4hioj h iriionl iliv fnm Un1 eo l inil. t'nn it b d uie? Tha world lauiiliel, nnd ni-a men mill no, it ciulil mt )p Uonv. I'lit- iiinn ut , trn pinhd uu tha mighty work, flutaa ufiron wore rititad Weather and atuha, nut rouud as uiom pan ' latuppi, but taui-n, ur rather n-otaneiilnr, he- f 1. : i. 1 rf 1.. r -i. .l- IB 9V limb niEii aim d't met wiuu. wm uu'.m fcn UbOf of thi. nrrjiy wat extended tl-rough four and tk ....If cn it-va Turit million nvAll h.iM tl.AtiA ulurna i L-niin... ui,h iho.e , Jaat than eleven thuuaand tbrouhundrcil and rixtr- Wntl Duriajttbrtc yoarN, tha h..r. praeu-, toe the buliunt and moat exciting nl fjan -ft u I ki'ciu--. Aholt and ohur.'liBi ware built for tho fmniiioN )(Mhro I here. The nvU of life wern drawn around ' the settlement, and it was a if a nevr city had lMa auddenly planted on the atinil Menai. ; Siokoeji was nwi, for the air wan pure, and health ful, but when it did oumo and dnath with it, the jonaolationa of religion were not wanting to the df inc or livinsr. lor were horn than died. The i"v . . .. . . .. 1 ........ , ... 11. , 1". worK went, on, aim nv .an was none. ... , rn.uic nMbAi trara ni&dn tji raoul tlin mtvlilv wi-litu. and r . . . . .7. . . " J . . Inch by innh they rose, till in three weeks Irom the time they began to ascend, they were planted on the Jolty pier ana ttooa sublime. lIK v dm not ineaK of their Own wo:glit. They did not bend. itat would they bear the pressure of a truiu loaded thundering over this nwlul ehnsm, or would the moo of iron crush nnd fall iu ruins like n rent world, whon the first train of cars, w ith its living burden, sbouM trust nsellon the trcachenius bridge? The trAin was ready, nut with a burden of living 'men and fair women to re-enact tho Norwulk t4 cdy (an event thnt dishonor our country in the tyea of Europe,) but loaded with irou and stone, tu four ti.ns the weight of any train that would verM reqeirod W pas ovor the trembling struc ture. Mr. Stephenson, the architect, mounts the toeomotive, kiiuself the engineer nnd solitary pa- enirer. ilj move on, and reachine the midway of the longest tube; he urrcts tha train, pauses here, that the heaviest prsnure may at once be Celt, and tho grand experiment bo tested once for all. - It was nut rash hair brained feat. It was calm confidence of a man of ooloulatiuu, who knew what be wet doing, and that he was safe. The '- stalring of that long line, with the tremendous weight to which it was there subjected, was less than liulf an inch! The experiment was tested. ' Jtcutt fire million of dollar, and was cheap at thai. - ..... . 1 walked through it, and then by a flight of nar row tteps ascended to tho top of it and walked out etJ the flat roof on which tho train come and when I aaw. tbe power of those concatenated plate it wat impossible to have the sensation Fear, while irlt sure the .trnoture will Maud liu a......:.... .r ..i. ..i .i... piiari, tou nt:it Itilu 0me wnrnliiout of nature THE MENAI BRIDGE IN WALES. Written for the N. Y. Musical World and Times. NEWSPAPER-DOM. It ia beyond my eouiprchcnsian how Mcthus.v leh lirad nine hundred uud sixlv-uinc years with out a newspaper; or, what the mischief .Vonh did, II. atiii il...... bnnv. A.....I..J ...;," .. ... v.v. ...un ........ ...... uu ... .ex an undo or an nunt? How could Iind out wheth- daring tlmt "forty days" shower, w hon he had ex- uvwu hiv vivuj vi !.vivuiui iiaivrj, At iiiivaca me yawn to think of it. Or whut later generation did, the famithed half hour beforo meals; or, w hen travoliDfr, when tlie old bUigo-uouch crept up sleep hill, touo dusty but summer uoon. Shade of Fraiikliul how they must have been atiiuyul. er Fanny Fiddlestick wa Nnpthali Wilkiut' sis- or? W hat christiauiiied gou'y old men and snap-Uf pib old ladietf , Wbat kept the old maids from Auakiug mince-meat of pretty young girls? What etid lovo-eiuk damsels do for "sweet hits of poetry" and "touching continued stories?" Where did their fapa find a solace when the coffee wu mud- ly, (he toiwt einokcd and the beef-steak raw, done t leather? .What did cal-drivem do, while waiting for tardy patron? What did draymen when uiere was "a crcat calm ' at, the (Irv-gowls tore ot Ue Ahead t, Lo.j hat ecrcen did bus- bund dodge behind, whon, thuir wive, asked them for meneyl - ' '.; Bom people define happiness to be ouo thing, ftud eome, another. 1 debuo it to be a room "cur- Beted and I ununited with "exchanges, with filaee cleared iu the middle fur two arm chairs; or ft clever editor, and oi for yourself. I say trar the funny things and skip the stupid ones, 49 admire the ingenuity of would-be literary lights who piuer one nan tiivir original (:) mens nnd - I tai tk reniudit 1 sny it is to sbuddera thanks - ciyinc that you are not in the 111a ringo li' t, try, lor tke hundredth time, to . solve tlio riddle; Jlywcan each paper that passe through your hands - be) "the best qua cheapest periodical in tho known r wvW v . I ssy it i to look round an editorial sanctum, chuckling at the forlorn appearance ': . atftke without feminine fingers to keep it tidy: - foe In leoking-glast vieled with cobwebs; the dust -1- Uk desk think enough to wrilo your name lit wb-bowl and towel mulatto color; the soap . ' liquiflee) to ft jelly (editors like aoft-sonp!): the ' tl covered with heterogeneous mas nf ninnii " Mripta, ftad paper folder, and wafers, nnd stamp, ftsd blotting-paper, and envelopes, and tailors' bills ftad letter ootnpliuienury, helligerent and pacific. ' I 7 it i to near the editor complain, with frtWD, of the heat aud hi headache-, to conceal - awile while yen eugget the probability of relief wiftdow hould be opened; to sea him sturt . wur operior profundity, to bear bini say, w ith freftft, how much "proof" he ha to read, before aa iAf for home; to take off yuur gloves and help I kim eorreet it; to hear him say, there i a book ' 1 reyiew wbieh be ha not time to look over-, k ft folder and out the leave, and athx guide wWd fr notice at all the fine postage; to biat kick ever an innocent chair, because he ran ' net let hold of tbe right word for an editorial;, faarf (while you help biro to it) very much like aaeu who gnawed the lion out ol'u net and . 4e tftk as but paper torn day uliar, atvt rind paragraph aridoj-tud by him, '.'deploring ton intol faetnal infrioriy of woman." ' I - FANNY FERN. jn V . a 1 -; Jtyt nilllon of dollar ia tilvor have lately '' tsMf tklpped from New Mexico to England by . BriUafl tmer (rout Vera Crut. Thi is snid tiia largaet ftraeqt ever scut ly a sii.glo con- '. ' " . . FANNY FERN. THE ROOM OF THE HOUSEHOLD. BY MISS ELIZA COOK. Thr'a a rft m I l.iva duni lytha ini'tum bf Hi". That liJdi nil tha looiff.ii 1 1 leiutt lika to biita, n litre, likt anil In it liillovk, wt run ia hud out; Whtrt ttiokt raca the cornor, and I1KI1 lie aloiit: Wliar liu idlort dart sumo to ftmny or amnio With ihair "moruing cull" tui1git of tuaudaleue nawt: 'Tit tha room bf tha Iifuia!:uld tha aaortdly fiucl 'Tit ti.s n om U tha hbuavlml J ti.at'l d.Mi-t to nia Tl.a fouip mny Is fHttrlcat'y can itd on there, v For bo Lijvu'.ario lubbiali aolii iia our cure: All thiiiga arc a niaat for tht bund ni tht tya. And prtteh work and aoribbling unliceilod may lia; lllack Tom may be porchad on Uie tufa or vhaira; Ha mny itroach bin toft talunt or ncsvttor hit hairx; WCt I .out- may ''coma in"and thu ink-ilropa may fall, lor ih room of tli bouaaheld it "libtrly hall." Otlier rnC'int wny ha thickly and ((orgouu'ly Itoied With your Titnnn, Murillc.ua, Sfclvator aud Claud, Dut tha iiiorulnud and Wilkic that hnugn 011 tha wall Of the fnmily parlor outralue them all. Tho ottomnna, claiming nuuh touial rognnl, Airoxuaedingly fine, but exceedingly hard: 'r . . - ir I lltij Ul kmc ivi aimv iu, I'.. .. J." 1 . ' r r 1 pleaec To tho homohold room euthiona for oemfort and ease. I j0r M, of a Victor, that ever rich gem, " muat go to the room of the houchold for thorn. ir.it it,. V..v.Vl...l. uliei Inmn. c.f nil air lire ..... ! eprnau, Not plaeod to be linked at, but meant to U All dufai ed and belhumbcd, and I would not bi ,-yBrn I Ba, .Ome,o.Ume,p,Mhane. ,1,0 ,.t preeiout jrm , Thero't the library ooen: but if Tour heart Ytarue. i ... . - At an human Heart. mutt, lor the tong 01 ft Burnt, Tie the shadiest plane, when the Waling tun flings:.,," iiissiraignirayt on tne rote ana liio tiutlertly ti wings; : For lb first hm nf mitrnin. .n .!! th.t i peep Though the wiud'iwt where myrtle aud eglantine creon. Hannv faces ai.ombln. w ith 1,rful aalutA. ., . 1 . ... t.i. ...1 T, 1IITII lilt: l-Ullllliri llll.ll ICIIII'IB W 1111 lit) Cl t'KIII III1U lit iruil: . .. Xlll l UU uoarii w nut Bt lunrrv, I IllV.tl B HOI FV sweet, It is out of tho room nf the household we meet , , ., . ... ., . . ,,, .vnuir.ai room ln. one mat i.Soutni ny itss.iii W lien the night cloudt of winter bring darkness. nnd chill; g. When the rnmMe, return from their toil or their plav, Andteli o'er the newt and the deeds of the dav: When the favorite old dog takes l.is phf-o on the, Curled up in the firelight, nil warni'y nnd snog: Wliilcthemastersitsnnddinghcforetliebr'ujhtllameiat lilt the hound snores aloud nnd the Nmiro does Uie ' I have wandered far off over "moorland and lea," O'er the fairett of earth, nnd the bluest of sen: It was health that I (ought, but, alas.' I could find The pursuit w in vain while mv heart looked behind: Tho room of the household had bound with a spell, And I knew not till then that I loved iteo well. "Tako me back to that room," was my prayer and my cry, "Or my languishing spirit will sicken and die!'' uf ti,... imi :.. i.. i t .i , There wn light in my eye, whci I saw the green i woof woof Of old elm trees half screening the turreted rimf; I grew stronger as I passed o'er the daisy-girt track, And the Newfoundland sentinel wcl.onn d me back; Hut the pulse of my joy was mo.t warmly sinccro When J meet the old faces, familiar nud dear, When I lounged In the "household room," taking rav rest With a tinge on my cheek and content in my brcst SALE OF ROBESPIERRE'S GUILLOTINE SALE OF ROBESPIERRE'S GUILLOTINE SAD LOSS TO BARNUM. : . i.:..i. ...tn w. i.:..i ... : ... ..i. I uuv w.itv.i n mi ou i.if.i.1 v iiovii .-lint: IO nil I'll! I. .nld ... e,i,. ... ,1... 1,;.;. , . ; iZ-,: Among the items of our late French news thcr wn tho ideutical guillotine ot the horrible Heign Terror, nnd tlie basket belonging to jt, into which the heads of its victims from ten to a hun- dred per day dropped, under the bloody system Hobespirro, including the head of that fieurtless butcher himself. This horrible imuhiuo, frame worn, iliding knife, uud basket! certified by a gov or enimont officer, were wild nt ptfllie auction, before on immense crowd of enectatorsf for iiftv frunca: do , and directly after, the articles were committed to a ! tune to bira at twouty-five cent a it 1 half price. What a lo to Bnrnun bonfire, moid the cheers of tho People. Tha foil Inline of Robespierre, preserved ainopg tho relies of the first French ravolution for inure than half century, and then old at fifty francs! What speculation wns thus thrown nwny, euro enough! Barnum could hnvo given two thousand dollnrs it, for iu his hniids it would have beon wurtli a for- ticket, children urn. hold for ty francs, basket included. Only think of it. '. Urrald. to in wardly it to in; tis ' a a it at n he to see to the then t , the to CiiwRoroRMiNO T5ar.s. Mr. D. Smith, in n letter to the F.dinhurg Couraut thut describes hi discov ery of "chloroforming bees:" The quantity of chloroform required for an ordi nary sized hive, is the sixth part of an ounce. mode uf operating it as follow: I set a table oppo site tc., anil aliouU'our feet distant from tho hive; on ttie tame 1 spread a mien linen cloth; in cent re 01 the taoiei pto so a shallow Dreaklast plato, wn.cn . cover wiin a pmce u. wire gauze, to pre-,.eaM, vent the bees coming in imme hate contact with chloroform. I now ouiellv nnd eaiitinuslv lilt hive Irou tlie board ou which it was tnnding,.ct it flown on top ot the table, keeping in the centre: cover the hiv up omsely.with cloths, and in twenty minutes or no, the bee are not only sound nsloji, but oontrnry 10 hat I have seen when thy suffocated with sulphur, not one is left nmopg conihsjthc whole of them are lying helpleta on ttlble. u now i.aoved what honey v.iu think replace the hive in He old st.iml, and the bee they recover will return to tl.e.r domicile, bright calm sunny day is tho beet, and vou should ooiunmnce your operatiou in the morning, before Carpkt Cor the PnesipiiNT' IIoisk. The Nee diiscribe a ipacnittcent carpet completed by Templeton 4 Co., Miland, Ohisgow, to order tor th tvnite nmseai v nhning.uij. carpet is of the patented A xmintter fabric, and the largest ever made by Messrs. Templeton, being oigb'y feet in length by forty wide. The portion woven in the loom without seem is seventy feet by thirty-one, and the remainder consist of Iniiulsomo noruer eewea on. in "tilling in i ruby and crimson damask, with three tusttful in Uie centre, and rich oorpor pieuee cm-responds th medallion are filled with boquct if fiowera, designed and executed with exquisite taste, The entire piece weighs upward of a und i value is estimatrd at X'loO in X'ltNl ling-lf-.1'' " SALE OF ROBESPIERRE'S GUILLOTINE SAD LOSS TO BARNUM. ORIGIN OF THE MISSISSIPPI. AN INDIAN LEGEND. k'Th river noliv (vaa.l and furt, Thavhfcrui af thit nviautvd ground." CJiiUe II.irol.lt Vr. aV(li70iv--ThKA of your remlois who have ti'tt.elud up the Mi8iiili, liiUbt liu tiolirod iugiilnr Uittuie, pmentad by tha :n.ery nb vo Uie nituth ol the Ohio. II ore the dull monotony, enu-ed by the Ioiij;, ilne foranta of cot'on WuuU, and Iww uuidily b inkn, in icin-mJ by open prove mid luiiv ivcky ( 1.1.. 'J I10 t lui! nro tvit cuiitinu uu, but prv.-iLt a M.r'fi i'hUU i.-r vlii.e with ln lervoi'.injj raviien, nikLgwhiali little rivulote fluw, pouring tlioir liniju'd waiore into the muddy ttronrn. 'Inu river hora 'li.ui not. a" we miiflit exiieut, fol- low tho i ur.-e of the.e Imlluwe mid ravinci, hut run.i nt right an&lun to tl.iui, t-roEfinie in the fame manlier tliebnld nnd olevaed hills lorining ih it pasgo tl.rnujjh them; lotiy and u'.rrlianpinKOlitl'. I'hie iippournnee, o diilnrcnt lio;n what might be ui o. 1.1,1 ii 1 1.., 1 i .,r li il in .uluiill v wurn ill lei through tho io k soeuu to give uredoucoto the In-j dian lenti'l, wlin li 1.4 us tnlluwe: Far b.'k iu the viaia of time, befnro tliC white man iutrut'.id ipn the hunting grounds of the In dian, the ci-uiitry abote the 1 ulh cl' thvUhio, wa undiviiled, ox 'oiit hy wu.ui itiiin, i.ud l e upied by two povtarlul ar.d frioutlly trilos. The i liiel'ol oh tril e had an only n, it I i it f the pride of their I'm Villi 1MIU VI I II l IU:. ,t.T. . .... irruwu utiad friumlw. iind hrid i.linn luet Willi the, . , , f ,1 .. I warrior uboii the holders vl the li . : 1 . noli tlie loioers 01 u.e nuiniiiir k'""""'. to iiuioko lojrotlior the pipo of pc.v.e, and to miuglo together in the wild dain e of the eavage. J'hey were both already note l a warrior, and each had already durUed'hi brow with tho calp nt' mauv a foe. But though iu tliii ru-nrct alike, iu many otheit thoy diliered. Yalnha wan of n . , 1. ....ij a,l lirntnl eni r Statures, flit nature, ton: wnV vimlietive and revungful, and hi ni.iniier wan rough mi l ravage. llawkitah, up"ii the contrary, was indeed a prince .XrSfeSt iaue marked by the 1 ign nf tho nvvage ruvealod . unnaroua and 'iMililul heart. ... .... 1 1 .1.... A:bin.l i.iH.AA.. in. .r.ea., . ..... .. "- "--7." inem irom cnii.iiioou, wn wioii 10 00 r,i,.-.i. iu .. .1 ,-..i. 1... .1.-. ..ni.a ..-.. , J. .11 '.1 1.. (t Iti;-Stiu. ii e w.iii is;iw iiifiii, u ihvh ti kivh i, iu . . ,' j ,. fu ,1.., r.r.,ur! eide in tho nridn ol hisnoarl wat-hel over tiu pndool tn 0 ini;anioii uud the cooing fl ve, witu pouuuve iiioioay mourned the absem e oi hi luato, ! ' 1 Xbev real thit It- is in of nature, and their bos- oin burned for a i'nir one. to sliaro with thoin the fruits of the ohato, and tbe honors of war. 'J'he-e lived in 1 ne of thetribes a brave warrior " -MgUutr fair the mnniiii star, 11.... ' ...... . 1 " ..tiuiii hit j...... . . ...I. I. I ! . . . T . 1 1 ....k. .. .. A I s.t ce. as ,n war , .ng o. t.ic - - intivenieol il.s lurlit as the 111.. rnilitr breeze. . . r . . , . j Mini,,, rn. pm,n nnnit, vi tn ... i, ,ti, w.iu .... j he r- . i : i iwnry m lei me s.omi in passion 11 arousen in ...s bosniii he vxliihiled in a siou-lo feature, and too viiidii ti'.e to let it go unrevengc I, he continued his ' nroloioii ot liietiil-hip, but in his lutvt , , , th.u i(. hn nrM , ni ,,,,, ,,i'ld not be another's. Moons putted by. and : still they smoked the pipe uf peace still together Cr.; I tie line i ' llawkiVnh nn.l V, m.,.l, were l.n,.,.v. dreamed of the d irk revenge that lurked iijjicath tne ia iso tiniie uiai picye l upon in lips wnoicier iu their presence. Kverv thin;' was now readv lor I the nuptial hour. I'pon one of those lovely hill the base of which now Haws the deep rolling tide ot too Mississippi, were coliecten mui.v oi the 'r.t. ...i I..,...,.!' i.ii. i.tu. ... .. : - '... ,., tiul eercinony. The moon in cloudless majesty. j 't .in .....i .i .i.. i . i a t.r.. iioitieu upon in niiu unit-, ami wcuuo'i noi.-r, nvi Silver light, nnd the grass wet with the evening sparkled with nhou,nd gin.,. It was a wild nn.1 Imntiful scene. Beneath -a iu the front of n little bind win. bill ii'iiim I around, ready to die with llic'r chief, and advance l with umiauiilcil stop to t!, uiKroil coinliat. Va- toba and uis bloody bund, anxious tor revenge, rushed on. while thuir savage yells refunded through the fore't. W) imua seeing her lover thus exposed to certain loath, sprung fioni the nrins of her parent mid . i i. i.:.. i - . i . .. -.. .. i...-.t.-t un lis . i , fl,,l ,,,,,,, 1, ... ! ,. I 1 ,.,i..,,f i a"" .',""".?".t. 11 r"" t'!'1"'"' 1 " n .T.i"i 1 . . . . ... s . ,-t .III .1 in .VI I'V, Ifilov in F 'uu - iitv'I it ii -.r ii , I,;. ,,K..s...H,i!...r viei;.. A. ll rl-ii!i re-... ,c out her hand to receive from her father the ,.U1.1 his loved one, n m.iv.io vc!1 rent the air, nn,, wild war who, p imf... up.,,, the 1 .t. ... 1 . . . . 1 1. .. 1 ..ft i li-.e of his spirit was ,.t on. e nrousc 1. With the rapidity nf thought ho threw his arms .around iv. f.. ...i:.... 1 i... i- . . 1 :....i v 11011,1 11101 loiini st-.i i,iii,ii m-r 1,11.. 11 mi 11 ui kis" and then c ig:ic, l:-r I.. l!,J .are of ,,., . . . . . ... .. i ii''e.i li.irrnr. .t u ni"l.i lioiinrl he ii nceil ,iui.-ell proud oak, which hid defied the r tonus of stood Wvnona, and her gray-haircl fire, awaiting 11. .... .......!. ..r vlrt....l.i.'..i. 1 i.t . f.t- .1 tiiu j',iuni 11 01 iianitioimi to I'lailll ll.u lltl(nowtr. A star i seen in the crowd nnd with a "tfeloyriht aud elastic step he advanced tu meet hi trembling bride. A deuth-like Millnes rested upon the orowd. But where was Yutobn ? Secretly he had prepared his warriors for the overt, stind lay eon of earth to divide nt their f. ft, and caraied Vittobn 11: . 11. .1.. 1 11 1 1.. 1: .1. ituo inn looiiiiv I'linit uiirit noun uu- i t,-ci:iiin oitiui, .....:i . ...:..i.... 1 1 .... .. .1. .i.: ... UU ill III 1 III ! ciiiiiioi 1 " IIS till IIIUM till Utl.ll w iticti flowed a deen and muddy stream. ... ... . ... Thus was saved the happy pair, nnd thus wns formed the "I'utherof Waters..' Southern Dan. A SONNET TO AUTUMN. BY OUR JOHN. ; n n for fif V. .My the O, bounteous Autumn hero thou enni'st ngnin, 1.11U hy the rosy, unuiil.i-lootei Hours, Bedecked no mure with bummer' gorgeous Dowers. But rich in luscious fruits nml golden grain; Laden with nil that's goodly to the cyo, Or weet and pleanant to 'the longing taste, Thou seatlcrest blessings with a lordly wasto And in thy bounty might with princes vie! 0, gloryou Autumn, hear our fervent pravcr, That no fierce demon, mingling iu thy tu-culli, Bring to poor mortals dire disease mid death; Rut bring thou health upon thy fragrant air ; So, spite of Adam's fate, shall one nud nil Remember thee, nnd glory in tho "Full !"' " Mtrm, the Nnpoleon of Agriculture, informs flic public (though the London 2Vify)(ifa new digging machine. Uu w rites; "A calm and rigid inveotcira- tion and compulation have convinced me thnt the ! H,sm of the plough, ns u.l instrument of eultmo alld ,, ,1( rt;,rv fl.ki , 01 si , the u-nniin,i !;..;,, t.!.. t. .1 .. ..... ' . ' , ,- tl,e 1 1- . ,. V .' .... '"".r.""M.ao.e are the the fll, as A just the is two a n me dallion to ton. er- cultivator, fcven with six ercight In lortcs 11 iM.-rioin. n, nnd infiiiiti-lv mr.rn I.OV...II.. !..... ,1.. ..I I. ..l... V -., : " p.oi.rn. .?,..c tne in., ot impumenp. ur my -gathonng.' have rci eived from i.pe of r.ur North Ame-.-ienn colonies the model of a newly invented mmihinn. which, by a hsppy and most umple cnibii;aii.-.n of horse mid steam power, will-r-aud I pledge fiiv agricultural reputation for it tot inly deeply, el'ienily uud elie, tun II v cultivate and puKe, iii ihe soil, hut qt the saoivfliine ho'v-the seed and leave ail iu n finithod condition. It will alsu, by a simple invention, cut nud gather the corn without any rake or other complication; while h -th ia culti vatiou and harvesting its operation will bt continu ous nnd without stoppage. MoT!tri. PfBi.lc Edificks. We find by The Stattr-f Maine, that Notre Dame Church, French Catholic, is -.55 1-2 feet long 134 1-2 feat wide, contains seats for 7000, hut will hold iOOOO per sods its bell weigh nearly 30.000 lh.the tow er are 230 feet high. St. Patrick's Church, Irish CnJholie, i240 feel long, by U) wi.;c,,ind hss feat for 5000. 1 he pire is 2.13 feet high. There is Weslevan Church that cost .10,00n, built iu the florid Gothic style of the l-lth century. Three Nun neriesGrey, Block, Hotel Dieu- oVcupr each an entire iquare Boiiecour Market Hoifie, built grey limestone, is 635 feet long, 64 wide and its flouiea lo rest high. It contains two halls each i u mv vj 'iv- i lc Montreal Hank is Vi feet hv THE GLOBE: THE GLOBE: The Official Paper of Congress, and Newspaper for the people. THE DAILY GLOBE AND THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE. In eurrenderine my inlcrcit in tl 0 crean of ft great p 'liticfil party, 1 ohorishod the purpoeu of uontinuing tho C(Jtirreiunal lilobo, and, it poesi- LliMii time, to perl j, t it into a full hixtory of the t 1011 ol Cougcene, giving too debate accurately and Lilly witli tlie proceeding all Umified with the 0' ity of an ofiicial ronord. From tho passnge the letter of General Washington, which I have quoted, it will be perceived that he thought thiaof-Hi liiimn. .VY. Mjfc.cllll,l(.u, new-1 -luill l ecareful lo cttl.. - , . r front rein, .to tuolinmx-f thowiintn-l.r teleran. irnrnh itlht'iikl unurcon. llio nrntti-rn t moniPiit O might be combined with that of a regular news- fiajicr; and it i certain that the avidity of tho pub ic for now of the lo important kind groatly eon trihutm to givo wing tho weightier matter which mav he called t'onerrattinnnl new. flaring succeeded in my purpoto of perfecting the report nf the debates in Congress and giving them the official stamp, I now propose to sen, I them nbroud, in connection with the news of the day, in such hastens shall outstrip full and accurate in telligence sent Irom the scat nt Oovornment 111 nny form whatever. It f ill even anticipate the scraps of news forwarded to cities within two hun dred' and llftv miles of W a-.hinilon by telegraph. lieforo the events thus transmitted nro iiuhlinhed iu the morning papers, (fir instance, of the city of .New lurk,) ti.e u m o containing tliein will have ea-hed the oM ooicc of that city by tho Kxpres .Ma.l of the previous night. The process hy which this will be ellet ted I now lay liemro tlie (inlilie. I will have a corps of sixteen KeRirtor in Con ffrc:: each iu succession will tako notes during Mr. minutes, then retire, prepare them for the IVcss, nut them slin hv slin in the hands of eompositnrs, and thus, while adulate is going on in Congress, it will bo put in type, and in a few minuets niter it is ended it will bein print. I shall by this means he emilileil tu send l.v the Kxnress Mail nf.1 o'clock 1'. M. for the I'.ast. Vet. mid North rind hv thnt of o'clock I'. M. for the Soiuli, all the prnecedings ol lloinness uu to tho ordmarv hour ni aoioiirnniciit 'I'h us the aeeurato debates id Ooiiirress will reach the cities two hundred and fifty mile from the Cni- itol before their daily morning papers are iu circu lation traiiMVtel in them, and. Ihruich audits employed lor tho purpote, all tlie city news id consequent 's sufrieieiit time to be put into it he I Hub. and mailei in liu .he K.'.niess .M tiltr.uns. In this way I hone tn create a new erain the dissemination of news from W1v.l1- 'iugton. Hilhcriu no newspaper Inm lUtenipted to jyivc authentic accounts of things done at Washing lion hul'oro the public mind nt a distance had re 1 ruiuiil its first impression from irresimnsiblo tele- . .. . . ' - 1 - 1 1 : 1 1 .. .rrnti nit iiisnaic les. nr iiv 11 iier-w riturn ontsi'ii n ,. IICCII I H T ,ICn. vying:,,.. has now become so great a center of . w . . . .. . H tMililii-ii iiitel-iwt tliinnrr M I the . . I' 1 1 n ..' v I i v . 1 1 . vear I lie iirocee- iilititrs ol .lie I'jXoeuilve I'enariinenis niiu inw iiuor- ...,,,,.... '... ..: ,., ''-' j Couirros i of so much importance to tho interests of every section of tho couutry that 1 shall con tinue tlie publication of the daily p iperperiiianent Iv, with a view to become tho vehicle ol tho earli est nnd m it correct intelligence. . . i i.. . .i . . . r ,, " ' thus f hoie to etend it cncnlutioii mi ns to in- wl-mkeriitomchts. I will , piiblisli advertisements f the (.iovcriiiiicnt. 1 subscribers in the cities hope lo submit mi h terms us will inducti them to advertise their business in every village through out the I nioii, where the (ilobe is sent daily under the fl unks of members of Congress, nil of whom tako if, nud soineof tliciu a large number of cop ies. i ne insuii.a.i... o. a ...w iii.i.ist.ut o.. ... ... new Cunirress portends much, chance in tlin course , ' .i i. r.i ...:.. ' P1'1'1'" .'" hn .u It o f the next scss on -dow, i "'7 W !T ,h' I M ?ui n U Congress wore laid over by he lc.n. . I atic n. iry ,0 await the action of a Dciius-iatio Kxecii- 1 live, iho new nionniing oi inv-hriii; inu new ianu system; tho question of giving liomcstendH, making overy man a freeholder who may choose become unot'the approximation of the Atlantic and l'acitio ocean by a national railroad ncross the ter ritory of the I'nion: red nil iu tha Army, Navy, and t'lviloihcos nil the-) grc.it tiuestu.iis, with iM,(.iiL.i,i, i,,.,.ir.i,i,j , .. i.i , v iitii.i'.iliir loll 1. 1! Odes i , . . , . l''"e:i and every Sta.o III t .O l.l.lo.., will, now being nwuu'd Ul i.Ulicop.mi.ii, eouii! i.j lor tl.9 l-.ov-of . cntme-.d tloitiM..!.. fhc-e Pew ic;.;,-, coi era the ! ting with-ohl ones, coming up to be d.sposed o b iif.v uflttrM t.n tho Mich nt iisiuntf-'oii, will I l' to ''""llfv U'H'.v. .1 nt l-cr es.sc.iti.illy, the 1"' "g.u.uai.ou 01 ...e con . y Ti. these elements ot Intel est nm 1 , ..... ... i. .1 . 0,0 introduce I by the intorpoM.t.ou ol the it-Uions ,. i .iM...nn , 1 ii.p iiimri v i.iriv nirn ill iii-.u'f. --i-- j j , - 1 Hiirope there is an evident restlessness tlutf now seeiiis fraught with tendencies threatening; vac: and if war comes, in nil likelihood there will follow Mich universal change that the I'liiicd Sta'es can scarcely hoiit) to Ch ape it vortex. Indeed, from late events it apparent that our ti.iveinnient alrcaily drawn into Euroiiciii difliculiies. These circiiiiistaui ( s nrc calculated to draw t!io public mind towtvrd tho next Congrost with mm U expec tation. The D.vti.T ji.onE will bo printed on fine paper double royal nze, with smull typo, (brevior uud nonpiireil.) nt livo tlollars n year ... , . . . .. .. -n -1..-1 . ,-.1 ! 1 nc . .....if.ss,...n.v.. ,,..E w ,,. n.so priiitcuou ndotililorov.il sheet, in book form, royal quarto ... ., - - 'size, each number containing sixteen pages. .. n 1 1 1 (-onUh.E5i..xai. t'l niir. proper w. I be made lip Om ni.iux.iii imrq nt I 'inorri.MM mill t in runliiliLf hates ns given by tho Reporters. The speeches which mcinbors mny choose to writo out thiunsclve will, together with the message of tho President of the United States, the reports of the Executive Ili.rnirtiiientK. nml Hie Invy.-5 ciistctl hv i.oiiL'rets. ndded in nn Appendix. Formerly I received scribtions lor the Uoiigrctsuinul t.lnlio nml Aiipou dix separately. Hut tins bad not been found tiitis- fiietoi v, iiia. inuch ns it gave nn incomplete view the ti.'.iit.ictions in Cnngrcsa: nnd' thercfoio I have coucliiiled not to sell llicin a art, considering neighbors can hnvo tho ntlviiiitagc ot both hy dup ing iu cive individutjs shall iind it tvo onerous be nt the charge of bolh. To fncilitate the circulation of the Congressional Lilobo und cheapen it to subscribers, Congress sed hist year a joint resolution making it free of f annex it, ns tho law may not be accessible to postiiiristeis gonenilly: Joint Resolution pruvidihg for tho distribution the Law of Congress and the Debates thereon. With n view to tho cheap circulation of the laws Congress mi l the debates Contributing to the truo interpretation thereof, nud to make tVeo tho com munication l.etwecu tho representative and consti tuent bodies; lie ll rejolral hy the Semite, and Home, nf Hefire xenttttirej nflne I uili.t! Slate of Amtiim ia jr. n me mltled, Thnt from and iilier tlio prcsout u.'sioti ol Congress, tlio (. ougrcssiopiil dlohe il.t-i-non. sloi'l ivisa fin llnouirli the inniil so I "r;i7, "."., .I h . " .... ... tr Appendix, w hich contain tho laws and tho debate as the same shall bepublithcd by order of Congress: frvrittrd, Thnt nothing herein shall be construed P. authorise the circulation uf thu Daily Globe ot postage. Approved, August 6, 1852. u As I sell the Daily Gloiik at half tho prio similar publications, so tho Conoukcsiona!. Globe and Ai-PKsnix is sold for half the cost of so composition, presu-work, and paper. Thi 1 afford to do, inasmuch us the subscription of gress almost covers the cost of c ujposition, this enables me to sell for little more than the of press-work and paper. It requires the sale- about U,0(iO copies to reimburse expenses. If only were sold, tho cost of each copy wouhl benbout $104! The debate in the English Parliament about eleven tunes a much A 1 charge subscribers for the debates in Congress, equal in quantity, as well reported ana prinicu. The next session of Congress will bo a long and it i l.-oliuved that the Congressional Globe it will reach 4,(IH0 royal quarto pages, a tho long session mado 3,M2; and the long one before that mado 3,'J01 rov:il quarto pages four volumes each sewniou. If nubtcribor will be ful to file nil tlie numbers received by them, I supply Ottiy that may miewry in tha mails.- work increases in value a itgrow nld. The , seventeen volume wilj now command three time, and tome of the tubstqbent one twk, their orig looWubicription pritfv), The subscription price" f.f the Congressional (ilobe (imiludidg the Appendil aud the law it lit dollar. Complete Indoie will be made out nnd forwar ded to eubvcribar soon aftur ti e session if tmled. Suh'oribeis forth. Daily should havd their mon ey herd hv tho 5th, and fur tbo Congrositiounl Globe by tho loth, of December, lite money must ac company an order for either the Daily of the Con- erossiutial (tlobA. Hank notes current Where a subscriber resides will he received nt par. JOHN C. RIVK3. Oet..C!, 1S.V1. SALEM UNION SCHOOL. r I . . - This School, which commonacd it first session Aug. Xth, 1853. Is now in successful operation, with fifty foreign and two hiindrodaud fifty dislrct echol nrs in ntteiidnnco-'-a number which has more than justified tho most sanguine expectations of its friends. Messrs. MoClain nnd Markham will be contin ued rH Siincrintnndonts; the former of the Commer cial nnd llieli fchool lepnrtments, the lattorof tho other llepartinents. Mr. Fro-ler. Dolmri-itcti, who spent mnny years as in -truetor in some of tbe best schools in (iermnny and who is well known hero us an nblc liniuiiil and experienced Ifirhtr. is now oncaced to enter the High School Department, nt the commencement of tne next term, mm I axe Charge oi i;ine in mu Iitin, tiroek, French and German languages, Arrangement hnvo been mado by which Stu dentaean, during each term, avail themselves of the ndvnntages of a carefully prepared Series of Lec tures on Anatomy and Physiology; illustrated bv an excellent French Manikin and' Skeleton: and al so of n full course nf Lesson in I'ounmnnship by an accomplished Penman, on moderate torins. Those who wish to nualifv themselves for teach- in,';, have an opportunity of ntto'iding a well-con ducted Annual I lass, nml receiving a roguiar course of instruction on modes of teaching, organ izing nnd conducting schools, &c. Tluvt Compositions and reclamation may re ooivedue attention. Literary olaascl lire formed in flic Si hool, nnd n well-nrganized Liternry Society permanently connccteil tliercwitn. j I'cuau.ig Society is also in successful operation. A Committee recently appointed by the Hoard for that purM.so, liuvo nimlo umuigouients by which Students enn be furnished with good board at $ I. .10 per week. Those who wish to board them selves can obtain rooms. The S -hool is furnished with n set of good IVil osophicul, Chemical nnd Astrotiomical Apparatus, nnd a well-scleeted Cabinet of Minerals; also, with Outline Maps, Anatomical Dates, &c, Ac. Theso advantage, ndded to thoso of n picas vnt, liealthv nnd necessiblc location, tho influence u Ii moral and intelligent cnmiimnity, and tho officiant labors of a corps nfabla nnd exporionued tea" hers. emililu the tio.ir l to lurnish nil wno nncome oiu dents in the .School, with facilities for advancement. equal t i thoso to be hnd at any school, whethnr public or private, m tnis partol tho auiie. In mldition to the nbovo I.anzunnos, tho Course of insiiuctioii embraces Orthography, Heading, in cluding, MiindcviU's Heading tin Oratory, Muntnl and Written Arithmetic, Ocogruphy, Knglish Ciram- int.r, tncliiiling Analysis, natural i-niinsnpi:y, Chemistry, ltutnnr, Astronomy, ticologv. Anatomy and rhys'iology. Ilisiory, Mci'tal nnd Moral l'bil usophy," Logic." Ilook-Kecping by Singlo nnd Dou ble l.ntry, Aigeiira, ue iiueiry, nppucniiuii i i -vt-gebra to'tieoinotry, I'lano luid Spheriiuil Trigon ometry, Surveying, l.oiistruction ot xrigonoinein- tl Tables, Conic Soc.ti.ms, Spherical Projections, Descriptive iconic! ry, Mathematiuul I'liilosopliy, and Mathematical Astronomy. X. II. Lessons in l'c:i and Pencil Drawing. Sketching, and Painting iu Water Color, and 1U 011 the Piano, enn be had of competent! nstrtictors, id our village, on rensonnlilc term. and uj a can to TUITION PER QUARTER OF ELEVEN WEEKS. a lit !e Keading..I,enmaiiahip, Aiithmclic, English Orainiuar, (itMgrai .iy, and .Mayhcw a Hook-Kcepiii'', The e'enmnts of Algebra, fionnietrv, Histo ry, Natural l'hilo.suphv, Clicinii try, As tronomy, ticologv, Anatomy, Physiolo gy. Ac., The Lum undtircek Ltuigunges, the TTigher Ilrancbes nf Mathematics, with their ap plication to Natural Philosophy, Astrono my, Ac, 1 ! .1 Oil I '' 1 6,0tiwo EXTRA CHARGES. l- Ihe r of tin- ue suln ol that to The French nnd flermtsn Lai:;;ra;es, each, $2,.10 I no 11.tr? I u'.-iii W ill ccnimi 11, e rtttv. nil, I-".. and e inliiiue 17 tveel-s: iho Snrinf; Term, March i'llli, l.j-1, mi l Coiitn. uc 1- week. Foreign Scholars will not be admitted for lets than half n quarter, nnd each one will bo expected to pay the tuition for thi -time in advance. Mn 11M a Scholar be prevented by sickness, from ntleiiding n half quarter, nn equitable proportion of thi fee will ho rcluiuled. Though acliol.tr can enter Iho School ty; any time, they will find it greatly to their udvuntago to commence with the term Wo insert a few of tho regulations which hnvo been adopted for the government of High School Department: 13. II: Foreign scholars mny, if they wish it, study during tho intervals between recitations, nt tl,ei;.esn.,.f.yel.oar,linL- houses, unless in omllie. ucnceofn..n-complini.cowith tho Regulation of ' . n . . . the School, they nro forbidden to do so by oil her the Principal or tha Board. District ehnlm mav under n like restriction, do tho same, if the Princ! pal and thuir parents or Ciuardiaus consent there to. 18. II: Scholar who aro Bunrding in the vil lage orvicinity for the purpose of attending School will be required to conduct themselves a they would ho cxpoetcd to in a well regulntod family, aid in a quiet, peaceable and orderly community. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. pos tage, of of Con- nml liiiie- I" free of much can Con nud cost of To meet the increasing demand for such nn Ed ucation a will qualify students for performing the duties nf the Counting Room with necurney and dispatch, this Department hits been connected with tho School. In it the various ..ranches ot Lvxik Keeping by Siuglo nml Double Entry, Mercantile, Computations, ic, will be taught; n woll-arrnjiged none ill Jiccu.rcs n. vo.iinicrv.a. i.aw tteiivoreu by a Mouther uf tho Bar; and nud a full Course of in Puuinnusbipgivcu by nu able Instruct-1 tor, In addition to going through tho text book (Diifi"s Book-Kceping,j Students will bo required toperfurm Ulnck-bonrd nnd .Manuscript Exercises daily. Eleven weeks are considered ample time to complete tlio course of iiioti uciiuu iu tbio Depart-jrk ment. Mr. McClain is a graduate of ono of the best Commercial Colleges in the West is well acquain ted with the Scioinerf Accounts, nnd i an experi enced teacher of Hook-Keoiiiiig; wo have no doubt, therefore, that his course of instruction is ns thor ough as til ii given in any .Mercantile Estublish hieitt iu tho State. Tuition for the Courso, $20,00 Diploma, 1,00 Students can enter this Department at any time when thu School is In session. Hy OreUr ofHiet Rnnrt, JOHN HARRIS, Clerk. cost and one; for last, largo will Bret COUDS AT SEW VI) EE PRICLJ 1.1 tLEVtLAXD UltOOKE V W1IITKEV. Wuoi.isai.e DAi.tu in Yamkik Nonoies, Fancy Dry Good, all kind of Tailor' Trimmings Jewelry, Pocket Cutleu'y, Uuriuiui Silver ftud Plated Ware. 41 BANK STREET, CLEVELAND,. AT TUB SIGN Of THE LIVE YAKklK. From three to five tons of Flax pv wetk wanted, to be manufactured into Flax Ontton. BROOKB A WHITNEY, 41 Bank St., Cleveland. August 20th, 1853. NEW GOODS THE debMriteri are ji r"iiti iMl ffl stock of - , DM CUODS, GROCERIES, (.t'IMI fill 1 Also ft large assortment af Boot fta4 the. Which they offer at their ufll haf) !) Ut Cath or Morcbantable Froda tj-Don't forget the plnce, AmerUeo'l lUietslj Corner of Mein aud KlUworth StreeuK Sftkt . T0ML1NS0N, STBATTO A Vo. September 8th. 1HS3. '-' ''' "aTwholesalk t rut NEW DRY GOODS JOBBING HoUSlI Cofntf Bank and Ctnw Arm, CLEVEI.AlvD, OHIO. NORTH, FKKNCII k STKHLlNti bvertJ-il miened a Dry Oovd Jobbinc Hoaae, ftre at e cciving large addition to their ttonk, adftpMd M tk FALL AXD WINTER TBAbt, - are prepared to effer dealer unaaei! krM ine piece or pauaagwr ant wiu isaiaaHv r cheap a tho mmh. qualitie and ! Of JH4 b sold in any of the ICaetora mart. uur block consists in part ui wt wiwwhivs 1 w, which additiona aro mad thrauajk) lit lumi ltKJ Ha-les Uro. MiceUng ; UO " Bro. Drill ) e 2rt " Shirting Strip); 20 " Flannel, acarlot and While t 20 ' Ticking; . . frit " Batting, voriou grx)l ) 1 "ill " Cotton Yarn ; Ml " Carpet Yarn; 120 Piece French and Amer'wan Brojdetill fiO " Overcoat CloUu ; liHI Wimlen VeasUng ftO " EttrnricU " . loll " Block nad Fancy CAaenataroe ; : llXI Worsted 6era.es ; 70 " Bl'k and sol d Tabby Velvet-, 20 " Wide bl'k Silk ; 100 Balm Cotton Wioki.tg; . . ' lb " Cotton Twinet UK) " Wadding. U k and white; 60 " . Seamlea Bag ; ii Cases tilea'd SheoUng and 8hirtim ID " Blea'd Drill; . 10 " Col d Coret Jenn; .1 " Silesians and Wigan ; l j " Satii.elts ; 10 " Tweeds and Ky. Jeans; 00 " American and English FrnU; : In M, DLait 14 " Bl'k nnd enl'd Alpocoa; 10 " C iburg nud Ly ones Cloth; 10 " American and Sootoh Oinghaeaj j ' 1'2 " Linsovs and Plaid Lioinf, ; 10 " Cold "Canton Flannabj; ' ' 10 Bl'k and ool'd Cauikriee; . ii " Irith Lincu; 300 Do7.cn Cmiifnriera: l.'iO Buok MilUand Gloves; loo " I'hiunoi Lined Ulwt: loO " Cashmere nnd other tilore; fil.i) ' Hosiery, various kinds; fit) " Shirts and Drnwers j l'.O Pieces Pongee Silk lldkfsj lis) ' Cotton Flng " ''' lr.ll " Linen " 3i Ml Plain nnd Bard Caml.ric: 1I0 " .laconoJs and Mull Muslin ; Hist ll.iok and .Swiss " lis) " Dotted Unent ;0 cart'us II uinel Ribbons: 6i " Phkin Taff d large Biuony r.ilging; -Cap Bordering;: nvvim Eiatrinrs-anu iiiawviuaa , k Veil: CO Doiun Bl'k Silk I'H) Piece 8-4 nnd 7-8 FigM Laces ; " ' ' r.O " Fig'd and Flnaii Bonnet La f 30 " TbloLineui luO IK.sen Huctvbrij Toweling! , - ' H oof) Pi oa os Scutclt Diaper wioua trsle ; Mill " Bl'k Velvet Ribbon llwidth! 300 " Bl k and ool d Olmps; ' ! ClKI Bay StoWt Long Shawl at martqfa- inn Bro hi. ar.d other fliwls: y Together with ft cnmpldtqassorhtieiit of Tbreftd. Buttons, Suspundft:, Comb and staple YaakMt 0.i011s a-eiiemllv. .. . -. A f.irtn-ulw utttnUoa is tnvitnc, to nar ftiaec JI Clotrnr F.b'icv Cruesimeios. Vesting nml Taihjr'f Ijouis, x it is unusually I irce nnd we nro aatisfial ciui tneet uuy murkuL in pricft. Alaychanta visiting thu. 01 ty are rnapex-liuiiy wniciteu to oxut our atnok, and we w ill qiidcoyur to ninko it for their intorcst to deal with u. 1 NORTH, FRENCH 4 STEHLINO. Sept.'.'S. . . WATKll-CUHE AND lNFIKMARY. 'Fur lit c Cure of Chronic Diitatti. I.oe:Uijd nt (iitAN viuiai. Lir-Ktxn Co., O., ftntleouj liioijs the .'vlvitnttigos of other good estnblishpiei.ts, a l;olthy location, a supply ofpurc, water, gymnas ium, n skilful lady in charge of tho femnlo patient, n physician who bus had an extensive practice of years, &o.,&e. Feinnles who have becji confined to their leds, untilile to wnlk or sit up for from one to twenty yenrs, in eonseqtieneo of iiervnns, spitiai, or uterina ilisoase, ig-e osjiecinlly invited to crifiHintl with or visit ns. Universal success in the treatment of thi class of disc-ryes luws given us copndcin., nnd we sny ! to iUl nen, evsWl inougn tliey nave sunnre. nine,, .-r rtl "T'.''8' ""v, "V' . r . I T fi-nm rt rvv Vti rvnr w-iielt. I'nlienls rurlilHh fnwnliA and packing materials. Address, ' W.W.BANCROFT. Granville, Xuy.fi, t2. J1.INLEY I CARtOTER'S PKESIIII ' DAOUERREAN GALLERY! IS now completed, unit ready for reception. .M") have gona to voiiHidqra.bltt ejtpense in fitting upt tej npornto with nilvaiitivgo. uud with reference to the. icoinfort und convenience of ,tbos.o who iun farof us with a can ; in siiorr, w o uro poruiuneuiiy ios c.ctcd Our room aro ill tho ; - i AMERICAN HOUSE, SALEM, O.. ' . tiill ond'aec us. You will find our reception, trsyui noat aud comfortiOdo. f OVll SKV-IJCI1T ' , , Cun b surpassed.. no where in Ut. Ktale. ,0nr CAMtiRA, is a powerful iiuick-workor, W e war- I i;..ll t.lt. Is U p:e runt our work. Likenesses of nil nges, taken i.jr Lessons mke, on no rn.vROE! 1 Our price rnngn from '4f cents, t SO dollar. Past cxpcricnco, and present j advantages, enal.lo ua to take faM'ljtkap tttt, al renj remonnble Wale: . Being, ulijo, posted in ..nil J thc roeeut iniprovetuents of tho art. 0Hrpti,m Mitt entire attention thall be to render full. sivUst'itotleB. or deceased persons taken at tllv-lf foxis.- Our motto, it EXCKLS10H. NT. U. Person wlthlng Fidture token on Oat vftn'n:ed Plate, aou do o without xtra eharge. fiV Ibiom open from l o'clock, A. M.f ontil 4 r. .u. Junn81itt, 18SJ. Tlio Butar C reck AVutcr Cm re. TWELVE milen South of Mditillon under Ui charge of Dr. Frease, is aupplied with pur ft spring water, and conducted on pur Hyaropaiki) principles. We give uo drug.. They are only hindrance to tho radical oure of ditea. Tho ccae which ho thu for attended our efforti toftUev viate the sufforingaof hunuuiity, enable u to tpeak, confidently of tho virtue of pure tofl voter, ores, perdiot, iio; u.m Term 5 in ordinary oases, payable weefcly.' " Pr. T. L. Nichols, of tbe AmerioBA Hydropathi) Institute, and Editor of th Nichole' lietUlk Toirr mil, iu noticing the Waior Cure movement ef (ha iioiintry, ay of us: . ., ,v " Dr. Fries, a most thorough and 'querg-etie )y sic'nui, has a Walor Cure lit Sugar Creek FJuv .O, Hi tttrm aro vary moderate, but there ary few pliujasi we could reeoinmend With gratr ml. , . , , t. ". Addross, Dr. S. I reasc, Dosnluff Mill,' rawns v o., u. .. vj" .. w August, K.j3.