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One ?ni!ii ( 16 lino. 3 litiicn, Hvfiv Kutifiiriit iicrliHi( t its 5tjiiitfr, '4 iii'Niths, tll'.hlliB, vetir. l I'D i'i 8'l 4511 0'l ituhiii-fiw Citrils of Five liiirn. irr niintim, UiH) Jnriliiinti mitt 'ittttfm, Milvertisiiist hy the yrnr, with the privilfjie of insert (I tlVrent tilverliseiiitMita weekly. 10 CO I f lirgri Advert isviuenta, u pet ngrcemeitl. A T T I) U j i: Y A T I. A W . EUNIiUHY, r A. lillsilipss Hlloiulod to ill llic ('oinitios of Nor tliuiiilivilunil, I iiiun, I.V1011MI13 anil L'ulumliin. Kticr mi P. & A. Ttnvutiilt, 1 J. omit it Uiirron, Siiiiu'M & Siiin1sjraflii, S Vu.'a . Ki'vnolils, Mi'l'-iirlnnil & Co., I SSwrinj,', Good it Co., J " JAWIES J. N AI LIiB, Attornc7 and Counsellor at Law, SUNBURY, FA. "lTIM. nttonil fnithfully ml promptly !o til profci!iiiti-il huniiM'ii-i, in Nort!itim1rlitnil and I'nimi rountirx. He i fa miliar with tlm "lifrin.in l;in ;ii.i'jr. (!'!-'Il.'K : ;y-t-itr t'r "I iwioik-k llouse," fi-w d-tt' fr.uii Up ( oi.rt lT.ni -.Hi'ii.ry, Auj. 1 o, 1 r 1 - I. Alfi) 6UM5IER CiOTIIlKG. EVKKYDt)i)V utioiild ciiilir in' tiiis oiiiiu.'tii tiity to Imy Cl.OTIIIXS for .Men, Vontli nd IlovK, nt snrh price n hnve never M't Iwn known 'in tliis Citv. at CUOIt'iE Ci.'I.IN'S t 'l.( iTlII.( KsTA1Jt.ISHMK.NT. Soutli-Kii-it ;ornor nf Mniki't find Hticuml Strt, J'liilailcl i.hia, etnlir.irinu; n clmii-e of the liest, tnont ili aira- Lle, and luHliionabie DRESS AND FROCK COATS, Habit Cloth do., Linen Drilliinr do,, Twpi'dj, .J.C., &.C., togi'tlit-r with a uroat variety of Boys' Clothing, I 'onsitin-r of Sni'k Coal, I'o'.kM J.ic ...fs, Mnn iry JiK-ki'U, VrlN nnd lionnil J.irki'tH uiiile of I'irt-d, I inrn Diillinct, t'lolli. A!paivj, Kersa iiirr, l)oi kin, -Sir.. &c. rtn-ttl.ir rare lia ' lent t ikon t i procure the iew Htyien for Men mid linvo' Sniniiipr Coils I 'nut ilooint, Vt'HtH, &.c, to wliicli lie won'd imiic lUl attention. J;ui iii!iin (Itiods, "ons:istiii5 of S'ltiits Storks. Itandkerrliiefs See.; il of wliiell uit oll'.'.-ed l the loirnt I'otnttr Vnrrs, mid u ilieup iis any oilier Clothing toie in till! I 'iiion. ' l'a -entH who di'nire Uiith C'i htiiix; rr eur eitly invited to examine ttm Stock. Counli'y Stort'.eepers can be accommodated at sry low rules. fiKoi?(;R cn.iN. . K. Comtr nf Srxmul Market Six Phila. April 19, 1831. if. LIGHTNING RODS. rllE Milixcrilicr linn ronstriicleil a l.KiH'l' M.; Kill) on true l'!iiloiopliical prinri 'K. Iiv which huililiiKTH Mipplieil willi them are idcred M-rfcclly hecure naiimt ilerttriiciiun lv lilnina. The eoimeetion nnd iiiKiilution of the I, as w ell us the pre 'luratinii of the ground rod. on nil entirely new p. .ill. in ikinir a more per il conductor than any hen-tofore in in'. Measure have heeii taken U Hecure Letters .iteiit for the iuiproveineut. l'ersons desirous of secnriiia their liics and nfierty from iliHlriiclion hy liv-hininir. cm lute nihietors put up to their liiiililinis in the most Fleet mid auhslaiitiiil uiiiiinnr. hy upplyin ei r ersoiially or hy letter, to the uiidersi(-in-d the folloiviui prices: .r 40 ft. wilh a (ro.d uirtr plale'l point $10 00 r 10 IU with gold -ilcd point, plali a ;, I2,!i0 id twenty cents for every uilditioiial OhvI over v. ''J'. 8. MACK BY. .Milton. -Sept. fi, 185! ly. Men's Coulemed Reports of Teana. J l Si 1 iihlished. anil for sale hy the siiliseri- i Imt the Frrvmt YuliiiHf uf Allien. (Jon ied Pin 1 Ivaui i lic'iorn, eoiiUiiuii- the three volume of Yeut.'s' Kepurts, ami two t vnliiuie of liioiM'y's li' po.ts. The liist vol- ii of Alden. colif lining lallns' lieports, 4 vol ii; mid Ye.tte' Keport. volume I, is hIsooii d, nnd for hale, lite alfjve two loluiut ure plele within theuiselve. and runlim" nil of las' Keports,4 volumes, unj all of c ites i.uta, 4 voluiui'S. Is'sides the. two first ioIuiiii h tiuney's licpoils. Tae thir l voluiuc is ready will tie put to press imuiediatelv. 11. 11. MASS'lilt, AaenU uuhury, A us. 10. I No I. I ATI ON AI. IIOTSL, SHAMOKIN, Northumberland County, Pa. IE aultaeriher respcrtfully inform his friends ami the public generally, that he has oH'n new Hotel in the town, uf iShuinokin, .o, dierlauJ county, on the corner of Sh.nn.ikin Coiumurce streets, nearly opposite to the ic lie toriuerly kept. He is well prepared to niiiiMl.tto hi (ruesU, and is also provided 12'M.I slid 1114. Ho t utis hi ei.ic ience, iliict aiieuiiou to hiifiiiess, wiil i.iduce ir M-ilnu too 101! r- ,;. 1.1 to roiitinue the lllw -uliullaje lie h.l h.'.i-tolore lineltid. v 1 1.1. 1AM vUAVUit. Amokiii, April I'J. li-.'t'i. H. A a "i i;s II. MAUKK 1 AS icinoied from his old Stand, No. 119 t J Vine sUeet, to p. 52 )iieiy.l St., bct'ii Cul liiU 4" If'tJow,) icre lie has constantly on hail ', BROWN STOUT, PORTER, Ale mid Citlcr, ron 110MB consi-mption on sinpriNr;, s'. II. Coloring, Uottliug. W'uo and Dottle, euar, &r. Kor aale as aliovr. 'luladelphia, April IS, IH.M y. sorain Mutual Insurance Company. t. J. U. M AhiKR i the Iwsl atrrut for the arnie Insurance Company, in NorthuiiiU'r county, and il at all time ready to le t .rauce aajainat ir on real ar personal pro. '. or reuearin t polieie tir til eame. uihurv, April , I8SI. tf. ' Bourrau' reh bru(ed iuk, anil alaa Cvu a Ink far aale. wjioleaale and retail hy taiuhai ti, UftO. II 0 MA8SSK. 1 THE liOJERN BELLE. The il.iuuh't'r r l in 'he pnrlnr, Ami o ki in her kIihj clinli ; lii''s rUil in 11 r si ks riinl niIIii-., Ami j -vt Is air lo lift him--She li k Hull -jlKuU-s Mini Blllipi'lA, Ami sniii'i! .iinl uiuuh a Hint w iok, Aii. I ill. nun .sin tniks tml n li llc, 'l i v.ioily inoiB ilun ftiw ihink.i. Hi-r fi l,r L'i.r clad in lnr tiiwti, A'nl muaeil mill wi-ily nl tlia: Hi. i-iiuis me nil mil Ml 1 In' c IImiw. He i i, iniisl i-liiii'kii.K li.ul hut . II"' lnmi.li nt uuil h vnii: his sliilliii(,', 1 ciifliilly ihiy li) ilaj, Whih' sh", on l.er lifiuiv ui.it poodles, Is iluoiin)i tlii'in nil auuv. Slt- li.'s n-lii'il in lhe ninrninf.', Till iii'Hily 1I1' It 'tir nl ilium ; Th 01 mini' .l.nvn n.iiippinu ami snnilinp. li rniwe .-sli w.it i'iiiIoiI ii aouli 't II 'i lut i i a' ill in th 1 1 1 pi 1 -. II r i-hffks siill il.ililih'il uilli paint, R 'Miains nf .f Inst iiioh.'s tiili-hes. li. l.iii; sliu' iuteudeil tf) fsilit She? .lout upon tni-ii iiii-Ihtpi', Ami iiifii null "ilie lliiujuu hail," Sh'" eluipieul over iiiousiarlirs, Tlirj aive? sni'li a fiin iun 1111. Sh"s talks ill I hIiiui iiiumi', A nl lui- 111 Iovm wiili t!m miinp, Ami tlio' lull 11 niniisp ahmiltl meet her, Shu sinks uiiiv in 11 juoiin. Il.T fni-l we n very liitli", II -r It mil ,nt s:i vi'iy hile, Her j- vi Is aii- so very h hvi, A ..I hi'i hf.nl vei liuh' ; ll-'i i'iiIiii- is mail.' nl ro-mi-tii's. rii iooh 'li s sh" iii'vt ill iiivn, II r tindv's 11 in. U itioslly nl en Inn. Her htf.irl is made iilioily nl Mime. Sli- fall in love iili a f How. Who aaeli with H Inrrljii hi', II mniiies h r fur her inline), h.i ma'ii- him fur his hair; 1). f ill- vert. In l iniileh' K nil lire well niu'ril in lilt', Sh ' i!n si fool fin h -r Imsliuiid, ll''!iil a fool I111 In wilt. Select -Xalc. a sioitv k k tiik 1 li i:ni I.O! s. THE TI-IR E BRIDES. Do ymi s-i', sai l th. a xton, "thow thr e iiillocks innh r, "iili' hv siili I'li.-r slffp liiee hrnleg wlioii- lii-tur I am alioul 1 1 .eisle. L s k tin Te, sir, nil V'ill'1' I I LI V U ins. nea little d-siiluli' Iiuiish, with a kiraj liiijr li'iK i' in frui.t, an I a I'.-w nut. il a jile tri'.n un th- ient Inliiml h. Il is ..I'lly out ul r pair now, ami I lie oaruVn is "ow oveirriiwu with wveda ami hia.n'ileR, Hid I hi- whole plarn. lias a ih-sdlate it (- r iiicts. iMhi' wveils wtTi hi ill now, you ni-ilit lienr crazy shntlt-rs fl 1 (i)in against he sitl.-s, ami the wind t arino; the j;r'v hinles ctfl the roof. Many years ai;o, illi re lived ill that house an old man and nis son, who cultivated the lew acres of ;roiind I hat belonged to it. The iiillii'V va a self-tansiht man, lei-ply versed in the iiiysteri- ol si i' ore, i mil as lie comil t'll the name ol eVeiy low. r that blossomed in the wood or urevv 111 the garden, and usd to sit up late at lihl at his books, or rea 'in the mystic story of the starry heavens, men thought ne was crazed or bewitched, and avoided iiimaslhe ignorant ever shun the gilted mil enlibtened. A few there were, ami imon; o'hers, the miuistir, the lawyer, Hid the tihvsii i.111 (if the nine., u lui cbi.u.'. .'d a U'ltllll rliess til ulF.ir.1 lii.ii e..iii.l.jiia.... uit thev so .n dropped bis ai'd iaintance. I - - " "-' I for they found the old man soniew hat re- j was on a summer alternoon I recollect it served and morose, and inireover their j well. Dutini the ceremony the blackest vanity was wounded on discovering the . cloud I ei r saw, overapremi the heavent., xtent ol his knowledge. and the moment this hiide pronounced hi r "To the minister be wool I quote th vow, a clap of thunder shook the hoihliiit; fathers an 1 the scriptures in the original'10 t'4 centre. All the females shrieked, fonirue, and showed himself well armed i hut the bride herself made the response, with Ihe weapons ol polemic controversy, j w'ln a steady voice, and her eye glistened Me astonidied the lawyer w i ll his pro'ound Wl,h a wild lire, as she gazed upon Inr u qn linlance with jurisprudence - mid the bridegroom. When ariivcd at bis house, physician was surprised at the extent , f his 1 "I" -"k the threshold ; but this was ueilical kn.nvl. .-", S 1 all ol them de- I the liuiidit v of Ihe maiden. i-rieil hun, and the minister from whom h li(T r-il in some Irilliti r point of dm trine, spike very lightly ot hi.n, and by and hy looked 0:1 the s If educated farmer with yes ol aversion. "He in -ira. ted his son in all his lore. ilie lana;uii -s, literature, history, philoso- ! ..I... I . ... ... r . . 1' . phy and science, vv re unfolded one by om to th-- enthusiastic son of the solitary. 'Years rolled away, and the old man died. He rii-d when a sudden storm con vulsed the face ot nature; when the wind howled around the sheltered dwelling, and ihe li i III 11 i 11 r played above (!. ronl, and though he wvi 1 to heaven i 1 faith a-ul pu rity, the vulgar thou.bt iindsiil that the Mul on" ha i c ai m il hi dwii in the ele. in.-nts-, I can , i it pii-it to yni the grief ol the .m at this h reuvein-ni. II - was bira iiio.iienl as one distiiieteil Th" uiioist. r came and muttered a few hollow pbris. s in his ear, and a few n irhbors, i npell. d by curiosity to f-e the i it. rior ol bis dwel ling, came to ihe luueral. With a prnu I and lofty look the son si 00. 1 above ihe dust of the dea l, in the ll:i Ul of the bi noerili- tal mourners, with a pang at hit bean, but 1 serenity on bis brow, lie lhank-d bis friends for their kindness, acknowb d red their courtesy, ami then si role away Irom the grave, to hurv bis grief in the privacy of the lies-rled ilweliing. "He found at la t the snlilll le of the mansion almost iniiiuirlatile, and lie pa ced the flurry H mr from mnrniiigli I ni.hi, i l all lb" wo" a id il. sd i'ion, vainly ini. Mirtuniiii luaven f.r rli I. t rame , him in the guise of poeiic inspiration. wrote with wond. rlul ease and piwr. I'age after page rame Ir mi bis proline pen, almost without aniflorl; and there wis ( time when be dreamed (lain font) of im mortality. Some of hii productions' fame before the world. Tbey were praiseii guj MMH HV. Ml4irilU.IIIKItl.AM) t (IUNTY; 1 A., ; BA'I I MIAV ircula f I ; and inquiries sel on loot in tlir hope ol tlisiowrinic thf author. He, wra) ped in the veil of iinp' petrahle Olwnnly, likened lo the toice i,f applause, more tl'e lirinus lieraiisf il was olt nmd hy sValth I'nun tin ol)ciii ity of yonder lone' mansion, and I'nnii this 1ei.u1, to send lays which astonished the world, was indeed a Iriuii p't to the visionary hard. "His thirst liir lame h.l l been ST-ilifietl, and l e how hean to yi am lor Ilie t on., patiionship of some v. eet h int ol the oth er sex, to share wilh him the laurels he had won, and to whisper consul ilion in hii ear in H.oments ol (lesioii(lHtu , and to supplv the void which the death of a lather had occosioned. II- would picture to hitnsell the felicity ol a n fineil intercourse with a highly intellectual ami lieauliftil woman, and as lie had chosen for his moilo, '-whatever has heeii done may be done," he did not d.'sjuir of slices.. In this village lived three sisti rs, all heaiitiful and accomp i.shed. Th- ir names were Mary, Adelaide and Mad, line. 1 am far enough past the atre of enthusiasm, but never ran fori t the beauty of the young ttirls. Mary was the youngest, and a Inirer huirrd, more laughing Han s"! m v. r danced uiu ine j;reeii. A0eaile, wno was a few years older, was datk luiired and n- sive: hut of the three, Madeline, the eld est, possessed the most fire, spirit, cultiva tion ami intellectuality. Their father, a man nl taste and education, nnd beinir some, wh: I ahove the vulirfir prejudices, permit ted Hie visits of the hero ol my story. Still he 1I1I not encouraje the nfleftion be found sprinoini up between Mtrv and the jviet. When, however, he found that her am r tions were emrai d, be did not withhold his consent Irom their marriage, ami the r-cluse tiore to his mansion the youn bride "f bis alf. 1 tions. Oh, Mr, the house as su m il a new appearance within and with out. I Hoses b!o-itned in the jrarden, j ssamineg I peeped tliMtiirh the lattins, and the fi-lds j a'xiul it sihiled with the effei Is ..f careful cultiia'ion. Lights wire seen in the little j parlor in the evening; ami many a time j would the passengers pause by the jranleli i "ale lo listen to strains ol the sweeteM mil sic breathed by choral voices Irom the col 1 la 'e. Il ill" mv Morions sin. lent and wile h.l l been ti 'srlecteil hy the m i;hhois, what cared they ? Tln-ir emhu ino; mutual atT r lion made their home a little paradise. Hut death rame to l-Meii. Mirv suddenly fell sick, and alter a l-w hours illness I'ied in the arms of bet bus'ianil ami bet sister iviaiii tine. (us was the student's second heavy nlliii tion. Days, months rolled on, and the only solace of the b. reived was to sit with ihe sitr of the deceased and talit of the Inst one. To Adelaide he ollered his wi.low.d heart. The bridal was not one ol revelrv and mirth. Yet they lived happily, and the rose Bfititi blossomed in the gard. n. Hut it seemed as il lalalily pursued this sini'iilar man. When lhe'roe withered and the leaf fell, in (he mellow autumn of the year Adelaide too sickened and died like hi-r sister ill the arms ol her husband and Madeline. Terhapa you will think it strange, youmr man, that after all, the wretched survivor stood anaiu at the altar. Mad. l ine! I well remember her. She was a b auty in the true .-nse ol the word the iiiiiht have sat upon a thr .ne, and the most loyal subject, the proudest peer, would have sworn lb" blood in her veins descend ed from a hundred kings. She loved the widowed f,r his power and bis lame, and she wedd'-d hi. n. I hey w.re married in that church it "When they wi re alone, he c'asiied her hand and it was as cold as ice ! II-looked into her face "Maid'it," ,aid he, "what in an this ? your hi ek is as pale as your wedding. .own." The bride uttered a fiaulic shii.k. '-My weldi ir crown !" exclaimed she, no, no this is 11. v sister', ..I 1 l ni. 1. . . . shroud !" The hour of conl. ssion ha ar. rive.l. t is (iod that impelt me to speak. To win you, I lo-1 my own soul. V s, yes I nn 1 murderess! She smiled on me in Ihe j oyoiis afleclion of le r young heart, but I gaie her the fatal drug. Adelaide twined Iv r white arms around tuv neck, but I a ii'iniser"d the poison! Take me lo your arms; J have lost my soul for you, an I mine ymi must lie !" 'And then,'' con'imied be In a hollow voice, 'at tha' moment rame the thunder, a it th- guilty woman fell dead 01 the Hot !" The countenance of the narrator expreS"d all he felt. "And the bride. room," asked J, "the husband ol the d si rover and the victims, what became ol bun !" Hkstasus ueiorb vol !" was the ibril- '"V i:w'' Thr real object of education is to give children resources that will endure as long as life endures', habits that will ameli "rate, not destroy ; occupation that will remb r nil ktiets tolerable, solitude pleasant, ag veil erubl , life more dignified and useful, and death bi terrible. W 11 ilk fSiiied la-fore uchet'iful fire in your I'OHif.nlable, I'twy ailliuu 10 re, dolh Ihe fiinii of a sHr. hsl'.-iarvi,.!, liiwii,ig ,-ieaiurit neVr iutrule itself bmneen yuu and ih f1 It jl .bull, let thu.im.l miaerabie Iiiiiiihu liei von HiMel, rind it kind smile 011 ymi ftM-e,. ami .your- hand in jiuf tviekot. That's our way. i . f-i OME UF TIIK U F.I.I IM1S A few day use, there arrived in Boston a eonple from Rhode Is'aml, ho came to get join d quietly in the bond of rriatr many. As ..nii n they were fairly ibimieiled, the wuiiltf be-tiiideiiroom wlin was a rmijili but Hpwiini!y honest specimen of the country Vankee sent for I la. pmpiietor of the hotel, who quickly answeril hi summon. "Say lan'lntil,' lnt rpos.'.l the trancr p inting lo bis mnileU diilrinen in the coiner o'' the 'pnrlnr, "this i my yniinr woiaan Nanw we've cum nil the way from Rhode Island, nnd want to cet spliced. Send for a minister, will yet wont it dune lip, right -tiamht . f. The bin llnrd smiled and went nut, m il half an hour nflrrwnrd h licetiaed minister made his appearance, and ihe uhliiiiiiK host wi'h one nr two wn-igisti friend, were vail ed in lo iuii'S.4 the 'scene.' "Nanw Mr. Sliguiii," iil the Yankee, '.leu il ip briiwu, and yer miiue' red," Jind bulhiviih the reverend ieiitleniati com- meitoed by direclinii the parties to join liaiiil. The Yn kee "no. up to hi blush i l' ladv-love, like a sick kitten I11.1fui.1u a hot biiclr, a.'iaid her by the band, hi.i! was 11s much pleased h a riii'i'inm inihl be sup piwil iu be wilh two tail. "Yuu pmiiiie, Mr. ," said the par suit, "to lake thin woman." "Ynas," said ihe Yankee, al once. "To be your lawful mid wedded wife.' 1 'Van y:uu."' 'Thai you will love and honor her in all thine V Vans."' 'That yon w ill rline; to her and her anty as lona a J nil live." 'Van, indeed no'biii' else "' continued the Yin krx, in the 111111 deliuhted and earn est manner, but here the reverend cleiM man hailed, much lo the surprise nf all pie sent, and mute especially to ihe nimnvatice ami disi'uiiiliiure of Ihe intended bride IiI.iiiiii. ' Y..a Vans, I said," ndded the Yankee. 'One moment, my fiiends," responded the minister, slow ly, fur il nci-tu red In him ihit Ihe law i f M.isiiehustts due nut ad mil of this pt'iformiiiice wiihout the obser vance of piinishmenl, elc, for a veriaiu lei,(.'ih of time " ' Wal'eii ihiindi'i' is ihe matter, mister. Hoi.'. ii.--put tin tin 11 Ni'th.ii'o spin. ell .' Ain't si. k, jnistei, he jel ( ' -Just nl this iiiomeui, my friends, I have thought that )ou can't lie man iod iu M.ism. CllllSt'llS -: 'Can't t wot'n nature's the reason I like her she likes me vvnl'a t'heuder V 'You bavt.'t t -en published, sir, I think." ' Hain't Hfitihi' to be, mi h-r ! ill's nut we, cum 'ert tut J 011 I ho sly ; yn uu, go on old teller." ' I reiilly. sii," said the pursuit. ' K.iill) ? will, co ahead ! Taiu'l fair )ou ee, 'taint, I swaow ; yuu've married me, and uir.'l touched her. tin uu doan't slop here, 'al ain't jest iho thiu, nuuw by tjrarh. u 'lam't V "I will consult" 'No vuu wuii'i no veu dnn't oonvu'l i.o'hiu' tier iiuhuly, till lln eie busiiie is ciinclilded, uaow mind, I tell je !" said Jo inlhan loeiilulely, unit in an lusluiit he mined the key m the luck amid the titlerinu ul 1 he wiluesM-a. who were nearly choked with iiieiiiuient. "Niuiw, mister, a ware" continued he Yankee, seizing hia trembling inlendeil by Ihe hand niain ''an , r 11; lit Mraiht from ware )nu lell nlf ; )iiu cuu'l cum none u' Uu ball way business wi'h lhi child; n pui 'ei iho , and no dodging it'll all be iiy.hl--ffi.ly V The parson reflerled a rro neni, and con cluded In risk il, contitiued-- 'Yuu promise madame In lake this man lo lie your lawful husband 1'' 'Yaus," aid the Yankee, as the lady bo wild. 'That you il love, honor, and obey." "Tli"in' inn '' said Jouulhuii, aa the lady bowed again. 'And thai you will cling to him, ai long as ymi tmih live." "TUui's the talk," and ihe lady said 'ye' again. -Then, iu ihe presence nf these witness? I pnuiouuce yuu man and wife' "II 101 ah !'' slmu'eil Jonallnn, leaping nearly In ihe celling wilh j..y. 'And w hat God hath juined together, let no man put asunder 1" 'Hour. ill !'' coiilinne.1 Jonathan, '-Vrol's ih piiee I IIjw iiiiicb !spit it oui doi.'t be afiaird--)u did jesl like a bunk old fed. ler ! ere' a V, never mind Ihe cbaujie send for a hack, laudlor give u yer bill ; I've got her I llai', Culumbia happy land !'' luared the pair lelluiv entirely unable to eoiiliol bis joy ; and leu ini iule afterward h was 011 hi way lo tha I'.ovid.'iira de. Ki't wiili bis wife, lbs huppieel mail out of jul We hea nl the details of the above scene f oui an cje-iibe of the ceremony, and we oiiild not avoid putting it duwu as "unto of ihe weddiu",." ' ' -t "H - s--l " ,, . ; AerLK I'oTTsoB. Take ri apples rar fully pared ami cored, nnd put them in lay. 1 er Iu alone ur earthen jar alternately, with layer of sugar. If the apple are eet, a liule lemon er quinee intrfrminnled . will give it a better flavor. 1 Coves be wh Ij with wheat pasie or ibnifih, and place he jar In the oven liar ll"''.o..'r L''l it re. main all iiljjhf, u'nd h will mako meat Jeli cious dta-b for breakfeat. lb. ''- '" DK( K.MitKit ar. iri.ii. A THtIC HERO "There ia an endearing tenderness'1 any Wiishttiiiloti Irving, "in the love of mo. ther for her son. that transcend all other af. tectum of the heart " We have just baard of a touching ilhistrtttinu of the fact, that the love of a sun for hi mother may also tran scend and swallow up all other ntfeclini . at a liniment, ion, when he mil! hi well be paidimed fur remembering only his own ttreat trials. Snme two years ago a young man, belong ing to Phi'ndelphiu, was returning by rail road fruin the town of Rending, Petmsyl va da By an accident which happened to the train as it was approaching town, and while he was standing uu ihe platform, he wa thrown off and fell partly under the w heel of the succeeding car, and his riuhl aim "niarrow-bones and all," wa crushed to a jelly, and dropped Uselessly at his side. Thi, however, was fortunately his only in jury. He wa a young man of determined tieive and of the noble! spirit. He tillered ti" complaint not even a eroan. When the irain arrived at the depot, a carriage wa immediately ordered when all ended by a fileinl, he said to lh ronchman : "Drive at once to Dr. M 'a iu Walnut Street." "Hadn't ymi better go immediately hnme 1" asked hi friend. 'No," said he, "I don't want them to know anything about it till it is all over." Our hero, for he was a hero, was deaf lo all the rou liter .remonstrance of his friend, and they drove rapidly to Ihe bouse of the eminent siimeon alluded lo. They were hown into the parlor, and the doctor was summoned. Afier an examination. "Wei', my dear fellow." id the mirgeon for he wa well acquainted wilh bis pa tien', "yuu know, I suppose, what 11 ul be dune." "I do." he replied, "and it i for the pur pne of having il done that I came here for." 'My surgical table," saiJ the doctor, "1 below." ' Can it not be done withfit that V aked th iiff.'rer. "I cannot be tie I I cannot b held. Amputate my arm herr. doctor. h continued, ho'diiiff out hi dangling limb over the back nf the sofa. "D 1 il here. doctor. : I shall not flinch : I shall not inlei ree with voer operation " The limb wa bared ; and two attendent medical indent in the hnue, were sum moned. The arm wa taken off above th elh uv whiUth P'tlient sit lis he hid reqiiea'- Pil. tillering no groan nor a ino word, while the operaliun wa being performd The dressing were applied : and, Attended hy hia friend, ihe patient had reached the i lonr, 011 his way to hi own hon, w hirh was very near bv, when he turned lound lo the surgeon, and said, "Doctor, I should like 10 look at my arm once more ; piav let ti e see it " The suigeon raised Ihe mangled limb : Ihe paiicnt glanced al the bloodies hand, and said, ' Doctor, there i a ring upon the middle finger of thai band ; won't vou lake il off for me V My mother gave me thai ring when Mie wa on hei l"sih bed. I can part- wi'h mv aim, but utiiU I live, I ran't art wi'h that ling." The rii g wa alipped from the ruld, white tinner. "Put it on that finger," said he, hnlding out Ihe ame finger on the left hand. As he was leaving the door w ith bis alle.idiiu'. in enter the carriage, he eajd. Jfotr shall I break thi tl'ing lo my poor siMei ts not this a true hem, reader 1 Mvsi rav or Tin Amkricah Lk vs.--Ij.ke fine, say ihe Dublin Magazine, is only ivlv oraeventy feel deep ; but the bottom of Lake Ontario, which is 4.13 ft deep, ia 230 feel below ihe level of the ocean, or a low a inbsl pari of the (Jnlf nf St. latwre-mu and the bottom of Lake Huron, Mi. bigau, and Superior, although their suiface 10 much higher, are all, fmm their vast deplh) on a level wnn Ihe bottom of Lake On tario. Now, as the discharge through the liver Detroit, after allowing for the full probable portion carried ofl by evaporation, does nut appear by any means equal lo the quantity of water the llnee upjver great lalea irecive il ha been conjectured that a Mibieiatiean river may 11111 from l-ake Superior to llunn , id Irom Lake Union lo Lake Oiilano This conjecture i by no mean improbable. and will account fur Ihe singular laei ih .t almoii and hering are caught in all lie akes coinmnnicaliug with St. Lawrence, but ill liu others, As the Fall of Niagara must have always existed, it would putzie Ihe nainralist to say h iw these fish got itno ihe Vpper Lakes iihiMit some such sublrriiien river ; moreovei ; any peiiodicai otislriiction ul Ihe river would furnish a not improbable solu tion of ihe mysteriou (lux and leflux of the lake Detroit Daily Adv. Msrruuk Good roa Health.Di. Cap'r, of bVrliii, ha calculated that the mwi tuliiy among bachelors from t'le age ol 2010 45 yeaia, is 27 per ceiil., while among ma. tied men of the same age, It is only IS pel cent For 41 bachelors who aliaiu ihe aue of 40 years, there are 73 marriml men who attain ihe same age. The advantage in favor of married life is still more sinking iu persons of advanced age. Al 60 years of age.thete re maina but 38 bachelors foi 4$ married men. Al 70 years, 1 1 bachelois for 27 marriv',n, at JO year, 3 bachelors Jjjftiptl. : iijut imr rii men,,' "id i" '- ' ... ' ; 1 1 ''"i --- "f - n .'. i It is thought that if Sir John f ranklu. Is lif e ts is la some kt-olattd loe." HI SjTS OATH S HI .. "If'jnur flat-irons are rough, or smoky, lay a little fine salt on a flat surface, and nib them well ; it w ill prevent them from ticking to anything starched, and make th"m smooth. Rub your griddle with fine salt before yon greee it, and your cake will not stick. When walnuts have been kept until the meat is too much dried to be good, lei them stand in milk and water eight hours, and dry them, anil they w ill be fresh as when new. It a good plan to keep your different kinds ol piece tape, thread, &c , in sept rate bag, and there is 110 time lost in look fur ihem. Oats straw is beat for the filling o( beds, and it is well tu change it as often as once a year. , Cedar chests are best lo keep flannels, for cloth mo'hs nie never found in Ihem. Red cedar chip are good to keep in drawers, ward-robe, closet, trunks, tic, lo keep out moth. Wh-n clothes have acquired an unpleas ant odor bv being fiom the nir. charcoal, laid in the folds, w ill Soon remove il. If black 1I1 earn have been ataineil, boil a handful of fig leaves in a quart of waten ami reduce it to a pint. A sponge dipped in thi liquid and tubbed upon them, will entiiely remove slain fiom crapes, bombazine, &o. In laying up furs for summer, lay a tallow- candle in or near them, and danger from worms will be obviated. PRICKf I KREKT FOR DECEMBER. TO SUIT ANY MARKET. Cr.fnly cumpikd and cnrrtet by 8. Quick, Jr. Honrstt Little in Market. Patriotism Fii' qualityno demand. ' Second qualityprincipally Isit.aht up by speculators. PacDmcis Al par; (ill held by old stockholders ) Monr-sTT None but damaged pntcels hi narket. Vice. Large quant ilie held ; no sales pRine - Market glinted. Politeness. Very cheap; but the own er appear indifferent about the disposal of il. Toil. All bought up in foreign rra-ke's. Scandal .None offered at wholesale ; ihe article altogether engrosed by hawkers and pedlars. Rr.LtoioN. When brought in'o market it ia g'tteially highly adulterated ; sales nom inal Love None offered, except for real estate Coquetry Veiy little offered, in conse quence of the difficulty in managing the sale. Talents. A cash ankle: no credit al. lowed Sinceritt. -Out of seasoa. Mctkotlitf Prottflant Mctton. -We mean to report that at lewsi a thousand time, or till what we say have nn.e etTccI on our countrymen, that a jH.ti.id of lean, lender, juicy million can be raised tor half ihe rot of the same quantity ol 'at poik ; that it is infuiiiely bealihier fund, especially in the summer season, i more agreeable lo the palate, when one get acrostorned to it ; and that those who eat it become moie muscular, and can do more work with greater ease to themselves than those hn eat fat poik. We know nothing mine delicate than smoked million hams of south-dow 11 breed of sheep venison itself is not superior. Sheep can be kept iu fine growing order where other domestic animals will sea ice ly exist, and thousands of acie iu the Slate under en enlightened system of shewp husbandry, may be made to pay a goil interest where now they are nearly dea.l prnpeity iu ihe hand of their present uvvuri. Amerutn Agriculturalist. Printers Lanocauc. -ICvery profession has its torhiiical tetms, of course the Prin ters have a '-small s iiallering," which is only intelligible In the craft The following Irom the Delawaie Republican, as a speci men ; it doii'l mean, hnvvrver, a mucfTat it seems to th uninitiated '. 'Jun, pill (Jen. Washington on the galley, and then finish ihe uiuider nf that young tdrl Jon commenced yesterday Set up en tire the ruins of lie rculaneom J distribute the small ran ; you need not finish that runaway match ; have the high water iu the paper thi week. Let the pie alene till after dinner, but put the political barbscue In press, and then go to the devil, ami he will tell yen about the work for ihe morning. Not much wonder that Mr. Faustus was burnt for inventing such a diabolical art." , Why i soap considered 10 be of high an tiquity Because it ia mentioned by one the Hebrew :--"Tinnih lhnn wash wilh the nitre, and take much soap, yet thine in. ipiiiv ia flunked before me. Jirtmiak, ii. 22. .. , . P.Mjit Hans, he bit himself mil a snattln. rake and vaa sick In his bed for six long weeks in de mouth of August, ami all de dime he xav vater ! vater ! and he did tat noting til ha gnmplained of being better, o ash he could stand upon ' his elbow and a little ea, - laaiTATtNg Afier loHiivg all sight in your beria at arm, till you miserably aic.k, 10 have slawatd ope -yen -.(loo e the morning ami aak if you ' will ' have a frisk rott for Wkfssi, - .',.--- " - : OM SKHIKS VOL. NO. 14. !OW tit F yiAlJATIOi. The influence of the Imagination on the nervous system has, on some Occas oas, produced efTecls bordering on . a" elate of insanity. The following wbijh weeopy from an exchange paper, is a caae in "point : "A few years since, Elijah ' Barns, of Pennsylvania, killed a rattlesnake in his field wiihout any injury to himself, and im mediately after, put on bis son' waistcoat, both being of oe color. He returned to his house, and on his attempting to button bis waistcoat, he found to bis asioni.hment that it was much tn small. His imagination was now wrought to a high pith, and he instant ly conceived the idea that he had been bit ten imperceptibly by the snake, and was thus swollen from the poison. He grew suddenly very ill, and look to his bed. . The family, in great alarm and confusion, sum moned Ihree physicians, and the usual rem edies were prescribed and admiaistered. The patient, however, grew worse every minute, until at length his son came hnme with his father's waistcoat dangling about him. The mystery was lnstnutly unfolded, and the patient, being relieved from hia imaginary apprehensions, dismissed his phy sicians, and was restored to health." WHY SHOIXO AJtr OJfE SWEAR ? I can conceive no reason why he should, but ten reasons why he should not. 1. It is mean. A man of biuh moral standing would almost as soou steal a sbeep as swear. 2. It is vulgar ; altogether too low for a decent man. 3. It is cowardly ; implying a fear either of not being believed or obeyed. ' 4 It is ungenllemanly. A gentlemen ac cording to Webster, is a genteel man, well bred, lefined. Such a one will no more swear than go into the street le throw mud w itn a loafer. S. It is indecent ; offensive to deli cacy, and extremely unfit for human ears. 6 It is foolish. "Want uf decency Ss wan! of sense " 7. It is abusive lo the mind which con ceives the oath, to the tongue w hich utters it and 10 the persons to whom it is aimed. . 8. It is venomous showing a man's heart to be a nest of vipers, and every time he swears, one of them slicks out his head. 9 It is coutemptible-foifeiting the respect of all the wise and good. 10. li ia wicked ; violating the law and provoking the displeasure of Him - who will not hold bim guiltless who takes his name iu vain. Economy in Fuel. Let the coal ashes w hich are usually thrown into the dust bin, be preserved in a corner of the coal hole, and add to them fiom your coal heap, an equal part of tha small coal or slack,, which is tot) small le be retained in the gralc, and pour a small quantity of water upon th mixture. When you make up your file, place a few lound coals iu front and threw some of this mixture behind ; it saves the trouble of sifting your ashes, .fives a warm and pleasant fire, and a very small part only will remain uiiburut. Keep the Feet Warm. Paper being a good non-conductor, il a piece laige enough to cover the toes be placed uver them, anil then the stocking diawu 011, the feet will be kept warm, if the weather be dry ; the kind of paper used by hardware dealers, is the best common paper lo use for this per pose. Maryland Colonization Society. The annual appropriation uf leu thousand dollars, which has been made for a number of years past by the Slate of Maryland, in aid of the Colony of Ihe Maryland Colonization Society al Cape Palmes expires by limitation during the present year. Savinij Manure Overlook no means of adaing to your slook of manures Do not scatter your coaiae fodder over wide fields iu early winter because your yards are muddy, but prepare racks and pens around them, and save the refuse fur littering sheds and atables le absorb the liquid manure. The Grand Jmy at New Oi leans have found indictments against R. O. Smi:h, E. F. Aibell, St. Leon Faziude, Win. E. Wilner, and J. B. Serapuru, as participants in the Cuba riots in thai city on the 21st of August last. " An Irishman, writing from California, says: 'It's an illegant country. The bed bugs are as large as dinner pots, while the fleas are used fur crossing creeks wilh one hop an' tbey are over with two 011 their backs." Tue Mam who bad lo lower his shirt collar 10 puss under Wheeling biidge, arrived in Ciiicinnat'i laat week. He was laboring un' der a slight attack of coffury morbus. - "I (now by a little what a great deal means," as the gander said when ' he saw' ihe tip of fox's tail sticking out of a "hoi. low tree, " "' ' " ' ' ' : t Fink Piortx Tha man wht advertise in our paper ; the man w ho peter refuses to' lend )ou inooeyi ami the .felluw wly,.e. oogrting jogrsisier. , ti i, Teach children .t9 lp ,? verythng :l)mt, is: beautiful, awl u will leavU 1m ,4v useful and good, ? it? ,!, M4 .. j Mlct ts'lae eecetU -seal of tixa keyueis thaTuinegj.' ; -"C t .'. . .-.I ,'',.