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TEKJI 8-TWO DOUhA&a psr una, $1 M If ot paid witfaia the year. 1 Mo paper aiieonUnuol antil all arferi:ei are paid. . Tbeee two will be itrietl adhered to bertalter. , If aubeopbera neglect or refuae to take their now, papora ft'") th office to whioh they are directed, they art restonelblo until they bar settled the billa aui rdor'd them dieooatinued. , I.stmaators will please aot aa our Agent and ftik leUera oontatning subscription mono. Thoy at permitttd to do toil under the foil Uuioe Law JOB PBIHTlltO, i yr hare oonneated with our establishment a well elected JOB OFFIVE, which will enable ua to exeoute, In the neatest .ftjlu, evtry variety of printing ... BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL. EHTAULISIIKO AS A HEFCUEFROM QUACK DRY. . THE ONLY ri.AUE WHERE A CUKE CAN BE OBTAINED. Tn. JOHNSTON has discovered the most Certain, l.J Speedy and only KfTcctnnl Remedy in the World for nil I'rivaloDiscnsiai, Weakness of tho Jtaek or Limbs, Strictures, Affeot-ton of the Kidney and lila.Mor. Involuntary Discharges. lmpntcncy, t)"nc ;al Dobilily, NervoiiKiicw, l'yspcppy, Lniiftuur, Low Spirits. Cniifusinn ot Ideas, Palpitation or the llourt, I'iinidity.'rrMiihlinK.UimneMofSitsht or Uiddinesa. Jinene of the Ilcud, Throut, Nose or skin, Aflbntiona if tho Livor, Lun?s. Ktouinch or Bowels thine '1'erri de Disordora orisinft from the Solitary Habits of 'ontli thoso acerot and aulitury prnotices more fatul o their victims thnn the song of Syrens to the Ma iners of Llyssca, blightinjr their most brilliant hopes r aatioipations, rendering tmirriago. Ac., impoai- peoially, who have become the riotinis of Solitary ' :lc?, that dreadlul and destrnotive habit Tthigh annually sweeps to an untimely crave thousands of - loung Men of the nio4 exalted talents and brilliuiU tutellei-t. who miRht otherwise have entranced listm injf Stnutos with the thunders of eloquence or waked ! io ecjtnty the living lyre, may call with full con- ; lidenco. I ;.9ARRIA.I!. I Married Persons, or Youn Men oonteniplntlnst j Munrrinije. bciuj aware of physical wenknos, organic ! . debility, deformities, Ac, speedily cured. j Ho whn uliiops himself under tho caro nfPr. J. may religiously cnnll lo in his honor as n gvnlleman, and couDdently rely upou bis skill as a l'hysk'an. o;:t;.-i.j.' wriAUAr.fcs i Vnimediatflv .vcd, and i'ull Vigor Kostored. I This Distressing Allection which nnders I.ifo J nisciljlo an I mrrin;o impossible is the pennlty ipaid by Iha li-tiinsofiinproiicr induVciices. Young j Jperaosu are too j'pt lo comniit excessis from not t:i;g ft-,T:!rf of the dreadful conseiiiciicos II, at may j ensue Now, who that understands tho subject will -rjlend to de:iy that the power of procrentioii is lost jJoOi."' by thosu railing into improper huii., lliar. by 1 ithe priidVnt ? licsiilea being deprivod the pleasures I of bealLhy ofTsprbirr. tbc mosl serious and destructive svmp'.oins lo both body and mind arise. The system ) become Deranged, the Physical, and Mental Tunc- (ions Weakened, Los of rrocrcative i'vivcr, trvoua I 1 rritKoiKty, l-r.eps.sn, I'nlpitutiou ot tho Heart.; iudiKtiou. Coittlilullollftl J'ebiiity, a W iisling of ; the Frame, Cou,'h, Consumption, Decay and Death, j OPoc, o. 7 Sotitls B'rodoi lfli WJrcft j .Left b-iud si.lo going from flaltiimirc street, a faw !oors from tho corner, b'ail not to observe tiar-.o nnd number. I. mtnrs ti:ust b paid and contain a stamp. Tbc. X)olor's Dh.lcmr.s bang in bisotiice. A VES.a'a'i:3 HTffO DATS. A Affrcfror itauacotti Vrttgt. It EE. J"5.M'riTi. Member ff Ibe lloyal C.llege of Surgeon. London. Sradusiefiomniioofthoino.it eminent Colleges in he l;nitcd States, and the greater part of whose life dfboen spent in thl hospitals of London, Paris, niladelphin and rUvwhrro, has eflecte l some of 1 unost a.stonishipg cures ths.t were ever known ; jinny troubled with ringing in tho head and ears when asleep, grout nervousness, being alarmed at uJdmi sounds, bash fulness, with frequent blushing. attended sometimes with derangement of mind, were urcd immediately. '1'ACai: E..MtTBva:iAB: "O'B'BI'5:. I'r. J. addroj-es all those who have injure-! them, selves by improper indulgence aud solitary habits, which ruin bath ho ly and min.1. unfitting them for nither business, study, society ormarrbige. Tukhk are some of the sad and lnelaiu holy effects ipiodueed by earlv habits of youth, via: Weakness of He Hack and Limbs, Pains iii tho Head. Dimtiees of Hiight, Loss of .Musculur Power. Put; itntioii oftlio fenrt. Dvspepsy. Nervous Irritability. D'-rangciiienl of the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Synip ,to"is of Consumption, Ac. MXTAi.i.r. Tho fearful eflV-cta on the mind aro inu'.'b to be dreaded Loss of .Memory, Confusion of Ideas. Dem-eMion of Spirits. Evil-Foreboding. Aver sion to Society. Sell-Distrust, I.ove of fU;ae, Timidity. Ac are su:no of tho evils produced. " TiiorsANDSof persons of nil ages can now judge wiat is tho cause of their declining health, losing tue.r vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and naciaVd, having n singular appearinee about the yes, cough aud symptoms of consumption. .Vuohave injured themselves by a certain practice indulged iu when alone, a habit freoueutly learned fi cm evil companions, or at school, tho edec! i d which are nightly felt, even when asleep and if no cured renders marriage impossible, and destrojs both mind and lx.dv. should apply immediately. What a pity th:.t a young inun. the hope of his ..tinlrr. the darling ofhis parents, should M.atched Irom ail prospecU and enjoymei.Ls of hto. by the Z e. uencn of deviating from the pa h of nature ,nd U.'dulgingin a certain secret habit fcueu persons m tr, beloio contemplating . .... -e!!5cl that a sound mind and body pro the most le'jeasarv requisite! to promot. connubial liamuueis. Indeod wilh.'ul Iheie, tbc joi.mey through hto be nonea a wearv pilgrimage ; ihe prospec hourly in.kens to the view; the inmd becomes shadowed with despair and- filled with Iho luoiaujboly rellee iu that tho bappiueta of auotbar becomes blunted itb our own When the misguided and imprudent votary ot deeiure finds that ho bns imbibed the feeds ot this niinful dise.o. it t.m often happens that an ill-ume.1 cn-eof elninie, r dread of discovery, deters hiui iom applvins to those who, from ediioatnia an. esnoetabifilv, can alone befriend him, delaying till ho constituiional symptoms of this horrid di.easc nuke their appearance, su.-h as ulcerated sore hroal. diseased n.'-'e. nocturnal pains m the henil .ndliii.U, dimness ofsigbt, deafness. no.les on the bin bones and arms, blotches on tho head, fjioo am reu.itiea, progress with fright ul rpdlty. till tlaattho palate of tho mouth or Ihe bones or tho ,oso tall in, and the violim of this awful disease .cromes a horrid object of commiseration, till ileath nita a period to bis dreadful fullerings. by sending ,iiu to ' that Undiscovered Country (iom whciicg no raveller returns." , ,, . .,- i. : ..,.,;. t..r.t that Uujusnnds fall victims 0 this ton iblu disease, o ing to the unskillfulneM i of inorant pretendors, wuo, uy me uw i Wo, McrlMry, ruin tbo constitution and make b.re.id.,fUf4,iUcr.bKitH Trust not your lives, or liealth. to tbo carcoftbo ,anv L'nlenfned and Worthless Pretenders, UesUtute I knowledge, name or character, who copy Dr. ohnston a advortisemunta, or style themselves, in be newspapers, regularly Educated Pbyaiciaus "en "able of Curiug, they keep you tr.Oing month tier" month taking their nuny aou ounds. or as long as tbo smallest foe can be ob ained nd in despair, leavo you with ruiued health lo sigh vcryourgallingdisapP01""11"'.1-. , .. . Dr .lobiiston is tbo only Physician advertising iu.. ...,i....ti..i. .lioloinna always bang in bia offleo. li- ...,.i,i!i tiBtttcmcut aro unknown to all i...... nuikl from a life iuent in the great ho. italsof Lurope, tho first in the country am a more itt-Lva ivAaWiVartir. tbau any otfier Physician "fJi,,., nv ,111:1-1:1 The uTanv ,ho'u.ands cured at thu institution year i aiou p'r.oruTed bi7. Johnston, witnessed by rrTorteraol the "bun," "Clipper," and many her papers, notioes of which have appeared again ,d mbL'for. tb. publio, bida. biuai ana uie uu- 1 ,..". 1 1... KOiitluman of character any. rr " 1 -Oirient guarantee th alllioted. teBifo 1B!wIJ.K tBBiB!.BBBm 11 .itin should be liarlieular in direotinej ,i, lot lira to hu, "inatttutio., in lb. following nuuuie, Ol ihe JJalti more Lock Uoapital, Baltimore, Md June Ui IHoi ij- JONES HOUSE, Corner Market ttreei and Market Square, JIARBIBBimO, Acknowladaecl First Claaa Houaeu AHE Proprietor would most respectfully eall the ..r ihm Ltiuna of SuuLurv and thesur- iuding country, to tk am)iBBodtiiiia of bis use. assuring Ueu mey wiu aw w- J ""-rr" a eoutribute to their eoui6.rt. It is aitualcd far ouch from thaIepot to avoid the nojse and aonfu 0 incident to railroad etatiops, and at tho m ia oulv a few miuutas walk from iheaamo. . "n Omi'buawillb, tonnd th. SuUenaoa th. ival f traia Q H. MANX, Vropri.t.,. IjariljB, mt -am i i ' ' r f.' ,. ...... - , ,, . .. .. - : . . . , ......... ; ; ' m 'i-i i ,., ... . , . ( ., , ,, rUBLISHrD EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, BY II. ;: SERIES, VOL.. 2, NO. -OltlilAT EXCITEMENT! . ltcTolulIon In Blish EViccK. Everybody Kusliing to tlic MAMMOTH STORE Jf. W. B'EII!I.B & so. Who hure Juit P.cceired their NEW STOCK OP FALL & WINTER GOODS! ! j Consisthgof DRY GOODS, Drtts (loodf, Cassiincre j Cloths, Jeans, Coitonades, Muslins, Drrss Goods in great variety, Shawls, Hosiery and Gloves, Carpet of different styles and quality. 1 HATS AND CAPS, ' .3CCTS & SE0ES, i HAUDWAHE, Cedarware. Cordwaro tllass-waro I Crockery. KKOCKKIKS. Tobaeeo. '.egara, I iv"rutf, Tea. Coflce. Sugnr, Molasses, tvilt, Fish, &c. ; OrciM :t;iil 4'!i'iiiH'als. tiilsi. I.:tmv ; and in fact KVEKYTHIXU UEXKHALLY KEPT ! tn 'oiui(rv Stores). I OVS. .STOCK CAXSOT FAIL TO PLEASE I All desirous of gcltinga good article at a (air price I will pleaso give us a call. 1 No trouble to show floods. J. W. Fr.U.IXG A SOX. Suiibury, Oct. 14, 1306. amelled Blato Mantel VAREROOM, is. CIIKSTNVT STPEET, rillLAHELriUA Manufactory Tenth and Samson Streets. Tablo-Tops, Pier-Slabs, Brackets, Wash bt ana Tops, ac, cic, I'liiladelphia, Jan 7, ls!j. tf AT TIIi3 EXCELSIOR SHOE STORE WM. H. MIL LEU, HAS just arrived frum New York and PhilAt phia, with a choice stock of HOOTS" AND SHOES. of the latest styles, and selected wile ijreat care, to suit nil, and is determined to please all bid customers great and small. If vou want the latest stylos, FAC. PLAIN, AND IH'UAlil.i;, goto tho Kxcelsior .Shoe fcHoro, as no paper shoes are sold there, and its always cheaper to buy a good article at the same price iheu it is to buy a poor one, for He bus . . Ncn i Calf PtilcheJ Boots. ' " Fudged " " " I'euited ' and all binds ot'he.ivy Hoots. LADY'S FANCY AND I'l.AIN t-Ii0C3, high top ol the latest fashion. l iuiurcn a l ancy una rutin uigti loppea uoou 01 every description. ! HOY'S HOOTS of nil binds and styles, which will be sold as low as can ho hail anvwncre. Call aud examine bis stock of liooU and Shoes hefbro you buy elsewhere. Kn charge uinde for showing llieui. Will sell Wholesale & lletail. llemciiibf r the place, Market Scpiarc, Sunbury, Pa .September 23, lC5. To all Lovers of CHHAP GOODS AND ADVOCATES- Oi" ECONOM V '. ! JAGO 13 CD. JB E O K MEKCIIANT TAILOR, And Doaler in CLOTHS, CASSIMEHES, VESTING, &t. . I'anu street, aoitlli of Hcurcr's EBvlrl. S N TI U R Y , I1 A. INFOHMS tho citiions of Sunhury and vicinity, that bo has just returned from Vuilodulpbia with a full assortiuei.t ot . . , . , I-4I.I. A IVBXTrSZK . -'MB.S OF liYIiUY l)i:SCJlIiIION AXD QUALITY. His stock consists of Cloths, French Cloths. Illack Doc Skin and Fitnry Ciu.iuieros. Ulack Satiu. Kignreil Silks, l'laiu and Fancy Casiiuuru J.S'i l.N'iS. whiuh ho will make up to order iu styles to suit the tuste ot customers, on abort notice, and the most reasonable terms. Any Goods not on band, will bn furnished from Philadelphia, by t'ivintf two days' notice , tiouds furnished hy customers will bo tnado up to order aa heretofore. As he will employ none but experienced workmea, persons may rely on getting their work well done at his shop. Thankful for the patronage heretofore beatowed, be respectfully solicits a eoulinuaucc of the tame. Sunhury, Sept. iu, lttoo. THE NEW YOltK 0SSEHVER, " A WEEKLY HELIIOL'S AND 4ECl"LAR Nowspaper for the Family and tho Fireside, will soon enter on its BOBt rv-i-oi icrii vi:ak . of publicatiuti. True to The CHURCH, tho CONSTITUTION, and the - ITNION, It it calculated to edify and please both OLD AND YOUNG. All new subscribers paying ua in advance for IMA ahall have their names immediately entered, and the Observer will be sent to them ' ' BJittU Junuary l'lrt, Urnis!, ' Subscribe soon, aa tlie free, papers will commence when the names are entered, ' gaiaple eoptea 10 any addrevt rVso, '" '. ' Tejrma, $3,i, a jcarla advanoa... , . , ' ' 6IDNSY E. MORSB Jr. 4 Co.. T Park Row, New York. Nov. , 18ot.-3m FINE Myrtle Pomatum, at the Fancy Store of ANNA PAINTER TOVB AND for sale by GAKKS FOH CHILDREN. ANNA PAINTER. NEW r- -1. ry 7L.-f rv-jrvvj r. ".i.. . jw. ,;....---, 'a'osatos'. I - ' v ?SzMt? . 15. SATURDAY MORNING: JANUARY 20. ISfirt til it WM. II ALL & SON 543! 1,KWUWAV ol3 NEW. "STORItC, ' ' AGENTS for the CEI.EMIATED' DrJGQS' NEW PATENT PIANO FORTES, Which are creating tbo greatest sensation in the musical world, mid have received tbo highest testi monials from nil the leading artists in tho country, among whom nro S Tholberg. Feancia H. Urown, L. M. (lottschulk, Theodore Kisfelt, Wm. Henry Fry, tin Maretiek, 31. .Straknsch, Wm. Mason, Herman A. Wollenhanpt. At the late KAflt of Ihe AMKTIftAV TVSTr. Tl TK. held in New York City, October 1S0A, they woro awarded the B'iElMT PEtB?.mi OB,E .1BUB1 For tho BEST riAXO-FOUTE ON EXIIIUITION ! Agents for UM. A. P1UXCU & CO S Melodooiii, Automutio & School Organs. ALL INSTltUMENTd YVAUltANTED FOH FIVE YEAHS. Manufacturers aud Importers ot Flutes, liiinjos, Yiollna,, (Juilars, Violin Strings, Accordoons, and all kinds of Urass and other Musical Instruments' Special attention paid to furnishing Urass Instru ments for Hands. PLIILIMIEUSOF SHEET JtrSIC. Just published '-The Vi nite." new eollcotion of L liiiiils tor the J-.piscopal hervice, for opening and eloMns Voluntaries. .Musical Societiw.Cla.Ws. and for HJ1U tho'oci.il Circle, hy Vinuii. C. 'J'avloii. l'rice jioariis, 03 ceuui. .ioin, ?1. I C:msi:UH .ttiolodlc Cxcrt iow, In form of .SV'i-iTli.' for Foprmio and MfztO ; Soprano uim. intended as studies to acquire the proper art of tinging, by Cahlo IIassihi, author, llusfciui's nrt of sigiiginj, and Uaritone. In two books. Trice, each, $2,10. I riAKO-FORTE CALISTHENICS, a collection of Five Finger, Chord, and Pcnlo im tue. for speedy developing the liiusclec of the fin gers, and acquiring tliat decree of tlcxilility, hide i.endence and voluliillv.tvbieh are so indispensable to a good performance on tho l'iano-Forte, by FuJtNcia i ll.linoWM. Price $:i.iU. Now Edition, Pupils s First Priinor, bv Francis II, Urown, Author of Pi ido. Minnehaha, A Hesitation i Polkas, 4o. Price, Ml onus. j NEW MUSIC 'Cast Thy Burden On The Lord," with soprano, ron 1 trullo or tenor solos, and quartette, aduptod from ! Uottschalk, .Slumber Song, by V. K. Daasford, ; price iio els. 'A Holy Calm, A Peace Divino." companion to 'Sweet 'piri bear my I'r.tycr,' by W . Vincent Wallace, price Mets. "Lord, My tiod, I Long to know." 151st Hymn, is 1 sung at l)r:ico church, coiiip'ised by ISrasno Walsh, price 35 cents. "My Bud In Heaven." words by .Spencer W. Cone, i Music by Stephen Masett. price .Ij cts. "Mv Only llrolbera' liuiie," song and chorus, by M. I Keller, price :.A e!a. 'The Past that Breathes of beo," ballad by M I Keller, price 35 els. "Oh! Wri:o Mo "A .Song Of My Father,'1 song ar.J chorus, os sung at Word's .V.iustrelst composed by i C. Henry, prico 35 cts. , "A Word of Thine," ballad, by J. Fitihugh, price I 30 cts. "tiivc me those Moonlit Hours." Duett, for two so j prnnos. or soprimo and tenor, by E. A. Parkurst, I priuc 35 cts . " finer St.-.r," duett, for two sopranos, or tenors, by I J. Daniel, prioe 40 ots "Munuure la ltuisseuu," Fantasia, by J. Moilling, ' price. 50 cts, I "Prayer at Sea." Homanen in form of a Nooturna, ( by J. do JusicnAi, price 50 cts. "Attends Moi." 1 Wait for inc.) galop, by Choi. Frn I uci, .iu-e on cfn. 0 ! "Suis Moi,' (Follow me.) gallop, by A. Bernstein, I prico 50 cts. I "Water Full, and Pea Preoio." gallop, by I'aul SteiubaL'i'ii. price, each. 60 cfs. "Morning Dew," Lancers, Adolpb Bernstein, prieo 1 "Wcding Lancers." by .'leiiihagen, price 40 cts. tilPi.r lte ti.j. i..o," it ' the piuno- torte. by Charles Frndel, price 50 cts. ".Sweet .Spirit Hear My Prayer." from Wallace's Opera Luiline. transcribed lor the piuno-forle by t'tias. Fradel. prieo 40 cts. "Crispino E La Couiare.'' Ricct'a now Opera, ar ranged by Chits Fradel. price CO eta. "Feu dea Esttiilcs," .Starlight nouturn, by J. deJa- siet.bki, price 511 cts. "Angel of Drenin." ballad. by M. Keller, price .15 cui. "Loves Lainitation," bslliul, by E. U. B. Holder, price 35 cts. "Triumphal .March.'' by Richard Hoffman, price $1. "Algerian Polka," by Mrs. E. A. Parkhurst, priuc 35 cts. ':Evtning Ehnduws," Nocturne, by E.J. Fitihugh, '' price 35 cts. 'I'm Longing for Thee," (luar !s waltf, as sung by M illie Pareppa. prico 35 cts. A Liberal Discount given lo the Trade, Churches, Clergymen. Professors and .Sihools. Music sent by mail, post-paid, on reeeipt of Ihe marked prbo, WILLIAM HALL A SOX, 543 Broadway, Now Vork. u cts. November 25, 1SC5. 3iu MEXICO! MEXICO! t3,00,00 or Tnc ULTUULIC OF' MEXICO. Tivouty-yoar Coupon Ponds in .Sums of ?M, $100 f iOfl, and 1 1,000. Interest JS'ovcn per cent., Payable io tbe City or New York. Principal and Interest Payable iu (aOI.O. $10,000,000 to bo old ut tixrv Ckxts on tbo lloi l.iu, in V- S. Currency, thus yielding an interest 0 Twelve percent. iuUolJ, or Seventeen per sent, iu Currency, at tbo present rate of premium ou gold. Tbo First Vear's Interest already Provided. Tbo Most DKSIUAIiLU INVESTMENT a ve OlTKltLD. Immense Traetaof Miniug and Agricultural Lan Jf.; sixty per ceut. til Port blue. Imposts, and Taxes, in tho .State. ol'i'AMAV LI PAS end SAX LU.S P0 TO.SJ, ; aud tho Plighted Faith of Ihe aaid Ktatca aud theilencral dtivenmient are all Pledged for tbe re demption of these Uonda aud payment of iuterest. . ' 'l'lie Ka'rurlty l Ample, J30 ia V. S. Currency will bay 7 per ct ' Uotd Bond of JfiO " do. do. lie. do. $300 " , " '" ' " $000 " " ' " ' " . $60 $100 $J00 $l,(H)0 Let every lover of Itopttbllcan Inatltutiona lluy at lcaat One IJontl. Circufura forwarded and subsorlptlona received by JOHN' W. C0UL1E.S ACO., . N. TIFFT, Financial Agent of tbe Republ'e of Mexico, 51 liroadway, Tf. Y. fJpiubciirlptlons alao received by Bnnks and Bankera generally throughout the United titatoa. Hov. 4, mi. . IR. li. I. M .HI.KY, PIIVSICIAN AND SURGEON KOBTHTJMBiir.lLiAND, PA. . : li It LVMLFY baa opened an offloe iu Norlhum. berland, and otters nia aervioea to tb people of that plaoe and the adjoining townsLipa. . Oflioe next door lo Mr. boon's bboe btore, where be eao found at all boura. Mortbaaaberlaad' August 19, 1865 ' ' " BEEF! BEEF!! TUB undersigned respectfully inform ihe eitiseni ftfunbury ana vicinity, tbat on Monday mi tbey will commence supplying the ceuamaiiity with Snit Suallty of BEEa1, at prioee raagiag (ran tlo 20 eta. laving ex peri base (a tb business, and nada ar rangements fur a supply of number one ealUa, they will alwaya Keep on nana qrsi quality 01 oeet u ua lowest market prices. METLER A ELLIOTT. Bunbnry, Bept. 9, IMS. fi. MASSER & E. WlLVERT, SATURDAY MORNING; JANUARY 20, I860. r 0 T .I C A L. r 1 BBT'B'B.i; 'B'l!8.Viifl. ' Often, little tilings n-o . 'tear, Often, Utile tilings tit; , Woken thoughts that lung httTcsk-pt Deep down in our memory. Elrnntrfly slio)t tlie ciraims(anri) That litis force to turn the mind Jlnckwnr.i on tho pilh o?y,-nr., : To thu loved scenes fur behind! 'Tis tho perfume of n flotvrr. 1 Or a qiKiiiit. old Cushioned tune.; Or n 8011 bird 'mid the leaves Singing in the sunny uue. 'Tis the evening stnr, tniihnp, . in the glooming, siivi-r bright: Or 11 cold and purple clowl ,. , . Wtir.ing in tho WtsK-m light. 'Tin tlic rtmtling of ;i dresa, t)r n cei ttiin tone of voiee, That con muke the pulse throb, That can bid Ihe heart nj.ic. Ah. my heart ! But not of joy Jlust alone thy history tell, borrow, shame ntid bitter tears Little Ihingg recall ns well. HEST, following lines were fouttd under the Tit. . 'II .... ... , ,. . . - . ! ?' " SOIitlor v,io was lying (lead in a . hospital near Tort Koyul, South Caruliliu; I lay me down lo sleep. With !itt!r thought or ca-j Whether my waiting find Mu here or there. A linvtin!, Imrdened head, That only asks to rest Unquestioning, upon A loviiiLt hteast. jr.v foo.-l riyjit ltinil furfl.-is Its cutininif now To niareh the weary march I know not how. I am not eager, hold, Xor siron:: nil that i.-t past ; I am ready not to do At last, at last. My half day's work i.-i dune, And this is all mv purl; I give a patient CaA My patient heart. And grasp Ida hnnnrr .til, Tlioiirh nil i; iilne he dim: These striivs, no less titan star.", Lead after him. - nj..sa.. a - lisitotl Stutos '"r-si'J'iiSi.. Croat Wiishili'ton w as tuimher one; Then Senator Adams net eume on, J (Terson mtide the Piiml'er three Then Madison, the fourth was he. Monroe, the lil'ih to him succeedi-; And fcixth, the junior Adams leads. Then M'venth, Andrew Jackson came; Andeip.hth, we count Van Huren's name. Then Harrison made number nine And tenth, John Tyler filled the lino .11 . ........... ... we Know, The twelfth was Taylor in the row. I'illmort', the thirteenth, took his place And Pierce was fourtr-n'h in the race. Huehnnnn, the fifteenth b seen; Then Lincoln, ns sixteenth, came hi. Johnson, the seventeenth and last. Still lives to close the ilMistiinus past. jSow let us -v.,. H-itii wn Who our next President will' he. MISCELLANEOUS. 'Z'.H' I'iM'i Coavcutioii. j The tlelegaica itppointcd to the State C'on- ! vention, for the purpose of urging upon tho Legislature the p:iis:tg of such laws us will I compel the repair of the dams in the Sus quehanna river tind its hranehes, so as to 1 udmit of the passage of fish over the dams, 1 n,.juil,l,l I , tl,,. t!.,ll ,.r.!,,. tr....u.. ..r i.... . I............:. ...o ..',.1.... vf...i.,.....i'... , nfternoon, the 10th lust. The Convention was largo and rcspecta- j Lie, tho delegate niiinlieiing about three hundred. It was called to order hy Col. George II. Morgrn, of Dauphin c unity, and ! on his motion, or gani.i'd hy the appoint- I nieut of the following ollle.ers : ; yV.i,t.it-lIon. SIMON CAMERON, j Dauphin comity. l'('v l'r?Mdnti Cui. V.'ni. V. Wajrcnsel- ' '.er, Snyder county ; Johu IJ. Linn, Union county ; John IJinsanvin, Northumberland county; Hon, 15. YV. Householder, IJcdi'.ird county; Dr. D. Yi G;oss. Dauphin county ; George W. Prince, tl '.; Henry Thojims, do.; P. W. Osterhout, V joining county; Cipt. C. II. Urockway, coluiuliia cuunty; Dr. liar rvolIaVcc, Luzerne county ; Holmes M'C'lay. Milfli'.i county ; Hon. Moses A. Koss, So merset county; John L. Voting, Perry coun ty ; A. W. Henedict, HuiitiiiKdon county ; Col. Ucorgo T, M'Fiiilmd, Juniata county. Sceretiirif John A. Siiiull,- Dauphin county ; A. P. ("hipp, Northituihei I'd countv ; Win. U. Abbott, Columbia county ; W. W. Hobliins, Northuinberltind county. The Presidunt, on taking tl)0 chair, re turned thanks to thu Convention for tho honor conferred iip'011 him ia a brief but up propriutu address. Mr. MtiencU, of Dauphin, ir.pved' that a coninii'.te of one niember, f.ir each county represented, he appointed f the chair to draft resolutions cxpressivo of tho sense of the Convention ; which was agreed to, nnd the President nppointed tie following as the committee : L'omutittea on lit aulutiui Rohcrt L. Muencli, Dauphin ; li. U. lletzell. Union ; Abraham lilosser. Sr., Nirtiiunilierland ; Hon. AV. P. Bchell, liradfonU II. li. Swopo, Ksq., Cleurficltl; J. 11. Ha. I, Wyoming; Win. II. Abbott, Columbia Comity ; 1). S. Koon, Luzorne; M. D. Over, MitRin; B. K. Haines. Somerset j Samuel AuclnnutT, Perry; laniel S. Boyer, Snyder; John Shelly, York; H. P. M'Williams, Juniata county ; (i. Xf. Kinney, ISradford ; D. Dunn, Huntiiigdou ; J. 11 Montgomery, Lyootuiug 1 Join P. Lee, Cum berland ; W. II. Knf,lot Lancister! T. J. liig bam, Allegheny; J. T. Camoain, Susquehan na ; 1). 8. Hoyer, Bnydcr. - In the absence of the conmittec iu the performance of tbe duty assigncil them, the Convention wai addressed briefly in regard to). it geuerul, . ohjoctii and purposes,, .by Meaer. Munuua, of Dauphin; Clement, of Nortbuaiberiuudj, Simpson, of Fuydcr, and the President. . , , , Mr, Muench, frbut tho Comtnilteo on Rc solutioua, announced that the committee bad agreed upon their report, and presentee) the fulmwiog for tbe, consideration of tbe Convention wbicb was md. ' ; WuF.REAt, At a time when it was aup poaed tbat the iuccosi of our vast system of SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY.TlJNN'A. internal improvements demanded the eacri llec of minor interests, tho etcelion of dnms in the BiiHqiiehnnna river mid Ita tributaries was Unopposed. The immediate effect of theie dnms was the destruction of the ex istenec iu tho Si'isqiiehannn river. l'Vr years it was supposed that there woro no remedial mentis at hand to restore nn in terest which had been so prolital.lc to those who pursued it, timl go lienclicial to thosu dependant upon its pvnduction for a por tion of the supply of daily food; but the triumphs of science unit thu developments of mechanism have di inohstrated Hint w hile theso dams are necessary its feeders lor tlie most important canals in the State, ineir iircimectural construction can lie so merco n in no me.uuro to intorlero with 111 frirri.,l t.nioi...... t ' ... 1 . ! I. at.. mi niiitii nicy were crecieii, oy mn nuiimon 01 "stew" nnil the firniaiioti of "sluices"' in the dams or" tl. t-ntiqueiianna river and its tributaries, the passage of fish will lie. facili luted and tin obHtriieted from tho mouths of mieh Btreams to their remotest sources. And ir.'iartn. The fisheries in the Susque- j li tin 1:11 river, liefora they were tleslroyed i y the erection of dams therein, contributed not mutely n source! ivheneo the people were unppliud with clienp food, but created revo- j ntls which at ono time composed no mean : I portion of thj wealth of tho twenty four ! counties through which thts Siisqueinuiiiu I river fjntvj, In l'J.'iO thu twenty-four conn I tics washed by the Smquelmnna river eon . tuiued ft population of 0."i 1 ,502 : deprived; I of the resources of the lislielies. this popula- 1 i tion lo.-t 11 supply of cheap food, inul thus j i were subjected to deprivations which could J I not be remedied bv nny of tho natural ru- I 1 sources ol tin ..mi; tciimu. in iiiiuit 111 iiiu counties on the Susquehanna river the old fisheries uirorded employment for a l uge number of people, and doubtless if these sources of labor had not been destroyed the improvements mid developments which ; have increased the value and importance of I other industrial pursuits would have render , ed these fisheries at the present day a lead 1 ing interest in tho wealth producing opern i tions of the Common wealth ; ! Ami ifAoviM, Whtlo we tlise.laim all pnr- jmse of interfering with the vested lights of ; corporations or thu invested capital of indi I vitliutls, we believe it to be thu duty of the j people to proceed in their ell'orts to secure tho alteration and improvements of the i dams now obstructing thu fisheries of the ; State by petitioning the Legislature to en I act such laws as will bring about these re- suits. Tho alteration to allord a passngu lor fish over or through the dams thus ob- structiiig tiic firdieries will iu no degree in- trrfurc with practical purposes contemplated by their election. On tho contrary, while tho fcRding of puna's dependent for water on iticse streams win uu uniuterruptcit, tnu ( business of our railroads must bo more or less increased by the revival of tin old pur- suit of labor in gathering a restored natural ' product by the now stimulus alTordrd lor its development and the increased deutatul on : ItS SUJIll'v 1 ' And ichercnn, Wh'ttcvcr ferves for food to tho people, and above all to the working musses, deserves the nttention of tho states- 1 man. and nnv practice that will tend to t'i- , 1. .. . - iwi ii iii.oni.s tlie asslst- I unee of tho philanthropist; therefore, j Jfttolrcd, That wc, tho delegates to this Convention, representing a population of al ; most one-third that of tho entire State, do 1 respectfully to tho fact that great ol.'struc- j i tions now exist hi the Susquehanna river I ; and its tributaries, bv which on important i natural resource of wealth has been impair ed in valiif nod tbe oner.! "incit lias ' been to itil'.ict severe blows to a class of: hardy and industrious people who r.re there- ', by ruthlessly deprived of their legitimate ; employment, while thu laboring poor, who 1 make up the population of the villages and ' towns along tho Susquehanna river, are cut oil' from tho healthy article of cheap food. ' a 'iv.7, That tiio experience of the past four years, when by jntntuial and violent ; circumstance, the markets of tho country were subject to the niliuanco ol panics, admonishes the people everywhere to use' -iiy nit every means in tlieir power for the protcc- '" and the tl vt lopinent ot their sources for the Kiiiiplr bf cheap food. Hv this means only ran tho musses be protected from speculation, as with prosperous sources for the btipply of tho necessaries of life, the markets can be so regulated as to prevent imposition and tiio inl'ution of tbe prices of food. 7,Vs,?('."7, That tiio obsti uctions to tho fisheries in Pennsylvania, which have oper ated so long injuriously to the people of the State, are not the only nuisances of like character which have existed in this couu- j ' try. it uen uu coinpt.iiion 111 iiiai.uiaciuri.s I induced the investment of largo capital in I tho IC.vsteni States, the prolific streams in ! those localities were obstructed with dams, erected f.ir the creation of water' powers for ! the use of such enterprises, tho pressing I wants of the people thus deprived of their ) i'lterest in llio Hshcries of those eastern j fitreatns produced a wide spread agitation, j thu result of v. hicll was thu alteration nnd improvement of taid dams, the revival of ! the fisheries, und the restoration of cheap food. Ihe people ol I'ennsylv.inia tuny ass that those who now make use of the waters, which How through the Commonwealth, shall take advantage of thn facilities afford ed by scieuce, and apply the bent fits of the skill of i)icchanism in restoring a blessing given by God, which for n time has been so unnaturally Interfered with. VVi'i.f., That wo earnestly recommend to tho consideration, nnd adoption by the Legislature, of a bill similar in its provisions to the following An act relating to tho passage of fish tu tho . Susquehanna river and its tributaries. Ik it enacted , Sue. 1.' U shall be thu duties of tho several companies and corpora- ' tious bavini! and maintaining ilams, or ol any dams hcreailcr, ou tuo r-uiq'viiunnn hcreailcr, river, and the two branches thereof, that is to say, from thu lino of the State of lVnn 8ylvuuU on the North liranch thereof, nnd from Furrnudsville, 011 the West liranch thereof, down to, ami by tho main 6tream to tbe Maryland line, and on the Juniata river from Hollidaysburg and Ilodford to the Susquehanna Vivor iit Duuruuiion, or W 7Vx eoT of aaVd .luictslortbo free passage of fish, which Duncans Island, to mukc. iiiaintnin ami aid sluices on tbu, dim erected and kept up on tbe main stream, from, and including the Shamokia dam, down ta, and includiilg tho lower dam thereon, at tho line of the State of Maryland; shall be 6f a length uhjng said respective dama of not less than nor more than '' bnndred feet, and on each of tbo insin branchej of aid river gf a IcngtU along tald dama of not less than ' ' nor more than . hundred lect, ami on the dams on tbe Juniata river of not leH than nor more than feet. Bald sluicej or paseagct aball be erected, constructed and Qrntfs: rm va ',7 ......t.t,.., kept up. at such phicrs on' laid dams in tho uiHiit channel ot iliu river, ua sIikU be tlesig natcd by tlie commissioner licreinafter le signated, and be built as follows : Ti;e said sluice or slitters shall be constructed by steps of eighteen inches tiHrnendicnllir fall and horizontal platforms ial the wm of each step ; feet in width. Sect. 8. Within ilnjp nfier the pas - sago 01 tins act it mall in! alio duty ot tlic Governor, by and with t!l advice of the Bennte, lo appoint a suitable person ns coin missioiier, who shall, on or before tho lirsl day of June next. !i and designate tho lo cation of each of said sluices, at the respec tive damn, having in view the best location r.ie ii. r,n ......,. ..e r,A, i. u.( i.,i. ; rnplion to tho navigatian or injury i 1 . " - to the cliutcs erected thereon fur the running of boats and rafts, the least ij'jjiry t'l thu dams ii'itl ?.pensc of erecting ntid keeping up sai l sluices, ami shall ls ts. thu length thereof within the limits prescribed by this i net, ami Ihu decision ot saisl commissioner on any of tho subjects aforesaid shall bo li nal. It shall be the duly of said commissioner, immediately after the iirvt day of Novem ber next, to inspect each of said dams, and if tho sluices shall not then have Iilcii uiudu ns directed by the first section of this net, said commissioner shall immediately report the same to thu district attorney of the county iu which said dam is situated, whn is hereby required to prefer n bill of indict ment before, tha grand jury ngainst said company or corporation, lit thu next court of (( lailcr sessions thereafter, for musnltiiii iug and keeping up a public nuisance. Sur. 1). JOtich mid every of said companies 1 tin corporations iiv.int:i:nii'.'r nr cei'iinur 1111 1 . j nnv dam nr darns on the rivers and streams aloresaid. as described in tho first section of , this net. sh ill bolon. t'.r, lir,t .L.v .f 1 vcinbtr next, inuku, innintaiti, and from ' thenceforward keep up the sluices and pas 1 sages for fish, as directed in seid first sec j tion, at the place and in the manner desig I natcd by the commissioner, as referred to in the second section, and thu failure so to do shall bo considered a misdemeanor on the part of said company or corporation, and the dam so maintained and kept up con trary to the provisions of this net, stiall be deemed and taken to bo a public nuisance, find on conviction said company or corpora tion shall hu lined in pny sum not less than live, nor more than twoiitylhnusand dollars; and if the work shaiot be perfected w ith in thirty days aflct tho conviction aforesaid, 1 it shall be the dutv of the court in which said conviction took place to issue a writ, j directed to the sherill" of the proper county, com'uvinding him to abate sttid (lam at the I cost of said comnanv or comoration. 11ml j tho fine imposed and costs of prosecution shall be collected out of any property be longing to said company or corporation within the Stale, including all of it3 rights and franchises.. i:r. 4. 1 hu commissioner required to 1 o j appointed under the second section of this act, 8I111U receive out of lite fetatc 1 rensury the sum of dollars per day, for each nndevety day necessarily spent in per forming tho duties theiin cnioiiicd nnd r Six. It shall not be lawful for any per son or persons to spread, extend or place any seine, not, or other devices across the main chatinel of the Susquehanna river, or other streams designated in this act, where by the fish may be prevented from freely passing up the same; or to tidi with any siino or net within one nii'e of any sluice erected for the passage of ii.-h, as described in siaid act. or draw nnv seine or net in the main channel of tho river within 0110 mil.. below any of s.iid ilams or use nnv duvipp . . . .. .1... i. - . menus to lighten the r.sli or prevent their free passage up said sluice; 11 11 d any person offending against thu provisions of this FPPtion, their aiders or abettors, shall bo guilty of misdemeanor, and, on convic tion, shall be lined iu any sum not less than twenty nor more th.in.two hu.idrcd dollars, and imprisoned tit tho discretion of tho court, not excelling three months. J!tj I. (!, That in all counties bordering on the Susquehanna river and its tributa- ries, whim oxcuiive committees liave not aire '.dy been organized, such organizations should at once I c bad; these committees lii niediately to proceed in eliciting further ex pivs-ion of public opinion on this subject, nnd in urging 011 their Senators mid Kepre rentativta in the Legislature the adoption ol 11 bill eitliihi.' to tlu 0110 in the foregoing resolution. JLwlcid, That i: is impnrtutit to the snc-cc.-ji ot the objects of this Convention that tliese proceedings lie puiiiisiied in lull in pamphlet form, for the ..seolnumbeis oftlio Legislature and circulation among the pco- , pie. ! JuiJif l, That tho president of this Cou ! vcu'iou bo uulhori.od to appoint a cotu j miltce of seven, whose duly it shall he to 111! 11 j the blanks in the alune biil, und np ' pear bctore the standing comniiltccs id' the i.eishiiure and urge its passage, i .Mr. li: iv.d et. of Huntingdon, moved thai . Iho bill be rt iVrretl to an executive com mittee of seven nu mbers, to perfect its pro vision.,, present it in tho Legislature, und uigcils pu-iigi: ut ua curly a Uy as pos.st ' ble; tlie- rouiu.iitcu tu bo nppoinlcti by the ; Chair. Agreed to. On motion of Mr. Smull, of Dtiiphiu, this I commit leu was enlarged tti Utittccil ineni t bcrs. . ! I Tbo coiniiiilieo will 1)0 iitinouiijed Iierc Inficr.) On motion, it was ordered that the pro : cogdings bo printed in pamphh't form for ; geuerul distribution; und u coti:tiii:tec of six was nmioiut'. d n:i hnaiices. to mul.e co:lt.c- tions to tlol'niy Ihe expenses of thu printing. The Chair appointed Mcssr. C'leineiit, Fret-land, Uolsforu. Frazer, Tlionnis and ScL'oeh ihecotinnitleo, w ho immediately pro- ccedctl to llio work assigned liiem, Ou motion, Mr. Smull was appointed Treasurer, to disburse tho fund raised. Tho Convention then adjuurncd ai'f dit. New England Methodism is still active, earnest and sucouwful. Tho incwise in the ineiubcrsbip tho. past year i tweuty-tvo lilindred ead Ally one. ,1 . , The Lutheran churches In .Ncwticrry and -1 of I.exingioi. districts, K , joyed cxtens.ve reveals ot rU.0ion Uur.ng the past lull. In Arkansas tho Kpiseopnl church pre. aents a aud picture ; parishes almost every where have been broken up by the cleatroy. ing hand of war. At preaent only clergy man of tbo Episcopal Church ia in tbe ac tive discharge of bis duties in tbe whole of the State. ' At present there are twenty-four tndent in attendcuce at the Lutheran' Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. During the first year thete were fourteen students, AIVHBB'B!7i One aqnaro clO lines, ono time, $1 CD '.very subsetineht Insertion, " 60 Ont square, i mouths, 4 00 Ru months, A Of) yT 10 o txeoutora and Admlntatrators nottoea '. 1 3 00 Auditor notioca, . iM R'ilCarda of tllnea. per annum, 6 0 lilhT." f"d Xhm "'tM"K by tb. year -'follSm:P B"f"hPBA"rtly. On! V.SlZ oUmt- al llDg 4'aqtiftrea, l 5 oil One half column, not exoeeding tl squares, V 20 OA Oncoolumn, ,60 00 J VJm "T ,Tcr ""'"K- nn n".iber of tin every additioaul line. (..'. Mnrriago no'tioes, bj cent. . . , Obituarloo or resolutions accompanying notices of acntlis, 10 oonts per liue. . . "Tito tlnut tMjr or SBuin.' The Montgomery, Alabama "Ledger," of Aur. 17, ponderously inquires,- ; "Now let us usk upon what gropnd U can bo supposed that the nero. by his e oil era-. turn (?) to tho land of tho white man, has been excepted from the great law of Ham?" Wc ourselves nro sulftring for an answer ,' I und while pro-slnvtry theologians, like tb iiev. JNuhomiah Adntns, and the Hight Key. . Bishop of Vermont, lire prep!iringa proper response, vto solicit information on the fol lowing points : Wherein does the great law of Ham differ, In provision, from that of ronst beeff Is the I lam referred to of a kind that can, be snicked or dried, broiled or fried ? Does the great law of Ham develop in its operation tho principleof "root, hop; or die?" Does the great law of Ham include Bacon; if so is it strong enough to control the "rash er"' of the two? Was Ham Iral under the great law, or oiny wiwjrcvw Is the groat law founded upon the natural relation between Ham and Eggs? lint, more seriously speaking, and as ap plied to the negro, was the great law of Ham properly enforced, in May last (rVrVtbo Records of Montgomery-Hall Hospital, Sur geon Philips iu charge,) upon u party of thirty negroes who had followed Wilson's raiders, and returning, were surprised, thirty miles east of Montgomery, while asleep, find sot upon by one. Ferguson, or Poster, an overseer ? Did he execute the great law of Ham properly upon ".Jacob Steele both ears cut ofl?" "Amanda Steele both ears cut off?" "ii'ancy Steele both cars cut offi" Is that the way Ham is diced under the big law in Alabama ? Docs tho great lew provide that Ham shall bo airu-d (see sanio hospital record) thus: "Mary Steele sculped; whole side of head carved clean away; died f Does tho great law prescribe that nam shall be eitrrd nfter this fashion: " "Luther Jones beaid and chin cut off?' Or that Ham should bo jtcjicred in this manner: "Washington Looth shot in llio back with a load of buckshot while returning peaceably from bis work ?' Docs the great law direct that Ham shall be prepared for ici.'c (see sair.o hospital re port) in this stylo. 'Hubert, servi'.nt of Colonel Hough, ol (.Jen. Smith's staff stabbed on the steps o a house liy a confederate soldier, dying si iinys nl'ft-r, on the 9th of July?" , ' James Tu lor stabbed, one-half mih from town, seven times iu the lungs, twici i:i the arms, grazed by two shots, ono arn I ft one-third offf James Monroe cut across tho throat while saddling a horse, by a white man Aul. Kl;"' Wo benr.i to see what "tho great law c ' II. uu'' tnear.u in Alabama; und it we ditl nc ! tiio record of the Frecdnicn's Hospital, n , Montgomery, furnishes a completo expos' .tion. ; The groat law of Ham has been enforce ! ;., ti.; .......... .. ..;..o ti, .1.1.1 ,t' July . j "William Drown, shot in thu left ham ! near this city." 'William 'Matthews, about the 11th ' August, shot in his arms, on Matthews' plat tatiun. near town, at ihe ret.ui-st of Ma thews." j ''Amos Yt'hetstono, shot through the ncc' jAug. 13, by the son in-law of Ids mastc John A Hoiiser.'1 ! On the whole, wo have made up our mil: ' not to wait for an answer from Ucv. Neh ! mi. ill tilnii I,. Wu nr.. ; opiniim that tho ncsrro, bv ciniyintion to tl ' 1 ....1 ....... ... . rj . . lac.il or ilic white man. has not escaped tl greet law of Ham. Ife has been roa.ti under it, boiled under it, sliced nntisr i pickled under it, curved under it, peppen under it and pretty eU'c.lually cured und it. Ho lias had a fair share of tho great In of Ham, in Alabama; and wo are free to a that we are uot sorry that the great law b bepu set abide. We have had enough of on this continent. ' H;;manitv demands th ; Ham hereafter ahall be served up under t samo general laws that apply t the tret tm nt of other humau ilesh. I t us ha dote with thu "okk vt i.w op llM."-h'x; -i' E S I fi j-i iYZ "tvv..i I O i ir Pki::m) Kui tnii, I saw a notice in yo piper a few weeks sinoo of an ice house ov cd by T. It. Lyon, near Uticu, N. V., a wihing to know if it was a practical thir ! wrole to him and received the enclos answer, which 1 thought might be iuterc ing to insert in your paper for the benefit o'hers who reatl the same uriicle. Cot not the fume principle l3 applied to t skating parks by forcing tho water tbrou hose ? 8. M. JJISK8 : Lyon's Falls, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1805 ; Samcki. V. Dint.s, Kscj. Dear Sir, Vt favor us to ice-houses, of tho 10th inst. received, -it gives mo pleasure to tuig your queries. I My ice house is 17 feet square, C feet th ; tu. eaves, situated in a dense grove of tn ! The whole completo did not cost more tl I ifiO. Kxcuvation about ;! feet deep, i joists laid on bottom, suy 2 feet apart, li 1 - inch plunk, one uitdi npart for ilraina ' Sides, hemlock plank rotclted togethei I the corners, with plate 4x0 on top raft. I i nailed to plate. Hoof, about ouo-tb piieh, covered with boards double. I When new I d uiblo bourdetl tho gal j and iillcl with sawdust ; but for the lust ' toeu yeara U'.o north gable has been open 1 without any door, giving tVco ingress ! egriss. to tho ice. In Iho full I take off half tha roof, i with an ordinary hose pipe with rose on c in which tho holci should lie quite sm say size of a roarso needle. I have nail: the ru Iters and hung the hose pipe so a: throw tho water as high as tbe head permit and full iuto tho bnuso. About feet head is necessary, but 13 would be 1 ter. When tho weather is warm 1 tun ishut oil tho water; whrn cold euougl make ice, turn it 011. When full of ice 1 place the board roof arid cover with sand in quantity sufficient tbut, when the ic the sidie melts, tho sawdust Ells tbe sp I have nover put any straw on sides or 1 torn. . . . 1 . 1 . Thu earth excavated from pit was tin. back siij.nst tbe .(ides, sloping neurl eaves. In case you have head to-throw tho w in fine spray into the air, you will havi difficulty in making iua. e ' Respectfully Vours, . t. luxvo P. 8. The board is but sligLtly nai and easily removed ami replaced. . The Methodist Episcopal Churcb bceu granted entire freedom icf the king, of Denmark. ' Such an-fcveut has not curred before in behalf of any foreign ch.i since 1718.