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.TIIESUNBURY AMERICAN. 18 flTBMSHt JCVTOlY ATUTtDAY T SM'L WILVEBT, Proprietor, MAiKim'i BITMJWO, MARKBT SyUAIlB, At M.50 In AlTnc. II not paid within 8 Months 3. Bvbteription taki for leu than tix Month. CfWwiTE! with this establishment Is nn esrten etveNEW JOB OFFICE, containing n vnrlety of olsln nnd fnncy type equal to any c4ablihaienl In tlio Inturlor of the State, for which the patron age of the public Is rcspectfally iolicitcd. ryv-jj i " - firoftsaional. JEHKMIAII NXYOK1I, Attorney m Lnw, Sunbiiry, Pit. All iirofuseinaal huol 1NI Intrtistc.l to his cure will receive prompt nt teutlnn In till and nrtjnliiini! counties. Can be conmltci'i both In English nnd Oerninn. Alio, District Attorney of Northumberland county. AuK.20.1870.-iy. J NO. A. WII.NOS, ATTOKNKT AT LAW, No. 144 Fochto atewvb. Hotnrv Public. rittrtuif , Pa. Jitn. is, l7U. ly. Ji. MAUKI.r, .1- CO, Market Street, . SUNBCRY, PA. Dealer In T)rtig, MeJIrlRiw, Pnlntv Oil, Glass, Varnishes Uqners, Tobareo, Clgui, Pocket Books. Dairies, .. Sp U ' HRTOK, Attorney at Law. . Mri:e. Square. SL N'Bl.'llY.PA. l'rolession i'i W'' ness In this aud adjoining couutie proiupt ' attended to. uTaTh. SAVIDGK, respectfully an. nounccs himself as Physician and Surjreon to the eltiiiensof Sunbiiry nnd vicinity, having lo .ented himself permanently on Market street, near ly opposite the Fnlnnount Hotel, where he can "oceoiiiulted ut all hours when not professionally tnsagsd. apl'M-ly fPEETH ! TEETH! J. N. i.nr.sIM41.K, X Burjrenn Dentist, Sl'XP.URY. I'A. All work nrefully attended to and warranted. Am thank ful to nl'l for the kindness extended toward me by (riving me their patronage in the past, aud In.pe a continuance and iuerense of the same. I-fiT Otllce, Uit door east of Adams' Kvpress Otlice. apllU-CU w. , Z1EGEER. Attorney nt Law, north VT side of Public Square, one noor e;it 01 tin, old Hank buildinir. SLNBLUY, FA. l.ollec- tliins and all professional business promptly at tended to in the courts of Northumberland and adjninim; counties. sept 15-116 X. It It IC E, Attorney at Law, Suubury. Jl Pa. Olllce in comer room np stairs, nt H aupt's New Huthlinic, formerly occupied by G. Vi. llaupt, Ef. Collections of claims, writings, snd all kinds of lesal business a'tended to evre rully aud w ith dispatch. April 3,'70-ly. CA. KEI ME' WWII EH, Attorney at Lnw, BL'NBUKY, PA. Alt business en trusted to his care attended to promptly and with dllisen-e. apl7-7 KO. K AY CT.EMEXT, Attorney ut Law, fcLNulKlf. PA. Collections and all pro fessional business promptly attended lo. mrhill-Uli j i. iiHt Nr.n. L. H. KASE. Jtlti'XEU KANE, Attorneys and Coun- sellors at Law. Sl'NBl'RY, PA. Ottlc on Chestnut street, west of the N. C. and P. & E. Railroad Depot, in the buildinir lately occupied toy F. Lazarus, Esq. Collections and all profess ional business promptly attended to la Northum 'oerlaud and adjoining counting. aplltMiW . n. botrr. w. i. woi.ver.Tos BOYF.R WOM'ERTOM, Attorneys at Law, second Door In Riiht's new Wldlnp, PUNUL'RY, PA. S. M. Boyer nnd W. J. Wolverton respectfully announce that they have entered intoeo-partnership in the practice ot their profelou in Northumberland and adjoin inir eoxntles. Consaltutious can be had In the German lauguave. apl4-B8 HB. MANSER, Attorney at Lnw. Sl'S- BtJRY, PA. Collections attended to in the counties of Northumberland, I'nlon, Snyder. Montour, Columbia and Lycoming. apll'l-O'.l WM. M. KOCXEFRIXER. LLOTD T. KOUItBACH. ROCUEEEEEER A ROIIR1IACII, Attorneys at Law, SCNUVKY, PA. Of ic iu Haupt's new building, second Uoor. En trauee on Market 8quare. Jaut-CS usintss TAEE!S'TIE DIETZ, Wholesale and Re V tail dealer In every variety of NTHRACITE COAL, 8UNBURT, PENN'A. (vrrH wHAKr.) Order selieited a'ld filled with promptness and dcspairh. mayl j-oO C-OAE! COAE! COAI.! GRANT BROS., J Shippers and Wholesale aad Retail Dealer in WHITE AND RED ASH COAL, BCNBURY, PA. (lowru wninr. J-ifSols Agents, westward, at th !ebrated Henry Clay Coal. janlW 06 K , IlAlT EIVERV. J. M. UAUTHOLOMEW, ritorniKTOu. FOTRTII STREET, ABOVE MARKET, Nuuburjr I'ts. rpiIE best r,f ilillni; nnd ilrlving horses always X. on I. mi I to erv customers. iiideisleltKttlieCenlr.il Hotel, for vtlilcles. w I I rr: ivc rotupt alleuliou. Vnv. . IB'.O. .J WOII Nllir.MA!V. 17IRF. LIFE INSURANCE AGENT, BUN T BURY, TF.NN'A. Repie.snt.: FArmer' Mutual I'i.e Iumae Co., York, Pa. I Citmber- land Valley Mutua' Vr'wtive Co. i New VolU i Mutual Life; ,i:ard 1 .It of i'Ui'.a., and Uartford, ( onu., Coue.ral Accident. IETINTRY. EOR(i K M. RENN, u .Si'mo't'4 lluildiwj, Market &"uar, hrsM ar, Pa., 18 pirpnre l to do a'.I kind of work psitalnlnc to Dentistry. He ke eou.taully on hand -Mitmt ol 1 cth, un I oiuer IVni il Uiateiml, fioin wliicli h will h aide tu se.eet, mil meet II. u w.iiii. ul e.l.l'Plliei.. Ail k w in. intU lo gi .lifuctiun, ur lh money re.,n It4. Ihr wiy bel M.ialU Wu.ll ud I'oolU-Powdei ki l l i i I, ti I. II . i, !i rei.ei ale Hie nunirinu ptrons for Al.ati I,. U.ia w nke.t l r i, l.i.l iweiv )ui. Mint- iy, A-ei lv.. I.W OU. V Wtl. It an In 11 1 '''" loiiii'l"! Ib ('! ,,!,, . w.ih hi. mi. .., Lot H .Wdtt l lilt', I. plipuel 10 M' I l Idllll'le WltUH.U t I UI III Nl OE I Oil., ( 1IEH I OII I AMI. lit hi f and Nut , eoi,.i.tiiily ou hand, (iiaia l i.,. iu t L.ni:) l o ( J. M b..ul .r. Jan. IS, IMO t'AfjVALLAU(R. -if. . an a. Iiiunriel Baa lire, Life ul ei4ul INSUiMfJCC AGENCY -iui'M ii run, XUUKtl feiiu.r:j, M'suntir, Y.. ( i m f ivih litrkittviin. 4ui.uriU, f l,,U I :!,., 4.,.l, t1,7t,kVt r nui 1 1 LB, M.a't .Km, H 4..i-.. I ........ I. .... c, a IUa .(. .J .J. ,W. ii( M r I '..,. W l.t'.i Mv i4e !!, I.1. .l.a, It S, II. .i: 4 I, II I 'all, 1i..... I ', ( ' t', N U u i Mv. 4, M , i 'i, tiut U , in I'ai Uvi Ul.ita) 1-. w T:tn1lls.1iMl In 1HIO. PRICE 91 SO IX ADVANCE. otcIs tmfc cstanrmtts. HOOVEiriloi'ilE, Third BtreVt, nt the depot. SL'NBL'KY, PA.. Wm. U: k.sk, pro prietor. Warm meals served up nt all hours, l'lsli. Fowls and, Game. -f re "h Oysters con stantly on hand and ter-cd in every style. The best of wines and liquors at the Bar. FnmlllK ill be supplied with oysters done up tu any style, by Icnvinp orders at the Bar. tNin3'lJly, RENT A I KAXT A EATIXU IIOVKE. CHARLES ITZEL, PnontinTon. Chestnut Btrcet, a few ioon from the Depot. SvsmvttY, Pa., HAS open a Restaurant and Eating Houss, for the accommoilation oft he public. Warm nieali ran be had all ho urs. All kinds of eanie, tlsh, Ac, se-.-ved np at short notice. His bai Is supplied with the b:st liquor In m.trket. No pain; spared to phase, and terms moderate. Suubury, September, 4th 1s,1.v- MATIOXAlEAOEirBEER NALOON, OM THIRD STlirr.T, SKR TU 1)KJ"0T, BVXBVRY, PA. JOSEPH BAC'HERInforiiisthe citizens of Suu bury nnd the public ir'iicrallv, that he as opened" a LAGER BKl'.U SALOON nt the abovs place. The best or Laufer Beer, nnd Malt Liquors w ill bn kept. Also Oyster, 4c, constant! ssry ed up to customers. T AT I X I' HOT EE. AUGUST U3 i WAI.D, Proprietor, Georctown N.nth'd County, Pu., at the Station of the N. C. R. W. Choice wines nnd cltrars at the bar. '1 he table i-. supplied with the best tho market atlbrds. Good 6tabliug and attentivejistlcrs A" M.EUIIEXV IIOI'SE. Cot.. CIIAS. KI.KCKNEK, Paoprietor, Sos. hl'J nud U Market Street, above eighth, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2 per day. lie respectfully solicits your patronage. i l IFIt ! IIOTEE, WILLIAM EN'GLE MAN, Proprietor, Front Street, between Chestnut and Walnut Streets, Sunbury, Pa. Sept. 1STU. ly. W1 ASIIIM'TOX IIOl'NE, C. NEFF, Proprietor, Corner of Market & Second Streets, onposiw the Court House, Suubury, Pa. Muy2S,'TU. HOTEL A RENTAIRANT, Till )M A3 A. II ALL, Proprietor. Sur.bnry St., west 8I1A.MOKIN, PENVA. Meals served lit all hours, nl short notice. Tho best or Liquors at the Bar. The Table is sup plied with thehenl ami latest In the markets. At tentive servants. Term moderate. FatranHge solicited. HI MM EIN HI'.NTAl'RAXT, LOl'IS HUMMEL, Proprietor, Conuncrr St., SH AMOKI.N, PhNN'A. HuviiiK just rctltted the above Saloon ror the nccoino la I ion of Urn public, Is now prepared l curve '.lis friends with the best tefreshment.-,, end fresh Laner Beer, Ale, Porter, and all other malt quors. NT.Jt.1IEK HOT EE, Comer of Pennsylvania Ave. and 6tb streets Washington, D. C, T8 located within a lew squares of the United I A States Capitol uud irthcr public buiidlns. Streetcars pan the Hotel every three minutes. A Hotel, Restaurant, aud other noderu improve ments, have latvlv been added, inaklue; this one of the mott pleutuul and itlraelKc llolcis In i Washington. I GEO. W. BUNKER & CO. Oct. 8, lH70.-8m. Proprietors RESTAlRASiT, LEWIS MARKWORTII, ritOPRitrou, SHAMOK1N, PEXN'A. The best BEER and all kinds of Malt Liquors on Tup. Call and be refreshed. ' Au. 27, 1S70. L ac kTwax X A VA I-I-lTiTlIOrNE, E. B. BURNII AM, Proprietor, Corner Lacka wanna aud Franklin Avenues, Seiantnn. Pa., op posite Delaware, Lackawanna fc Western Depot. Fire earrhigc to convey gueft to and from Pspot. Mar. 3ti. '7t.-ly. J. VALER'S wixTr.it vitif'.x ao hotel A'oi. TiO, TJi, 7'-'4 727 Tin St., PHILADELPHIA. WINTER GAiTlEX HOTEL, (OH Tn EfnoPEAM PLA.) CentraV.y located, connecting with all the City Passenger Railwny Cars, from all the !cKta In the Ci'y. Everllent AccoinmoltIon Tor Trn vellerN. Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concerts evsry eveuiui; in the Summer aud Winter Garten. dp Onhettrion Concert Extry Afttrwnn.X tit. i .adits' iiesrAt uAST tub best or HKrKESIlMr.M'S SKKVF.ll. OOlce of J. Vuler's Founuiu Pain Brewery. June 4, 1870.-ly. .. i -j E I l O 11 N T O R E I CHRISTIAN NEFF, Second P'rett, opposite the Court Honse, BUN bl KT, PA., P. speetfully Iinltts the nttrntlon of Flallrs and othris. ti'iat ha bus on hand, aud will cou- j stan lv km pall kind of rtr.KI(JN ANU IMlMt.nilc l-lVjt. uns, Couil-tliiU Pure Braudicsi Couiae, Cherry, 01'lirei , Ili.i Ui;'! ard lllald. Whl.kieii Pure live CiMa'er-'bUlllad, Moxco hula, Apple au 1 Atctu.. PURE HOLLAND CiIN I Wins: Chainpstfiis Win, Snerry, Pmt and Clulel. ( i.ib Cider, Chsii.pai;ii C'l.Lr, N. Z. Rum, liibwu hioul nod reni h AU. STUM ( II AMI BAR HITTERS, And all oltirlt Lliaor wlili li eau be found III lbs i lly uu.ik u, wtneli mil be . ld l Whole ... uud Hilall. Exeiy uili.le gu.i i .ihL.'d a rr.ie.ruied. A iSA. a l.ire bd of iJtUIJollNo and lb I I I.IH, alwav uu hand. J tiiib pniii tlj uil. ii l.d ", ustlie puliolme il II u.iy tuiU'iltlt r: Krrir. fciiiibmt, JaU I, Ivt'J ty. Mi KIM till-: HI OHI'., J. II. I unit ), V u. i it k lt vna:i.i'. si'Micitv, pa., II AS H i ind a ut U.1...1UU in of t I kind, of 11 .tidaaie, ul.cl.V, ll.ti4UI' I"" i I ul u.i lie" ' ' "u, .u j i iai , 1I4I1, llul-, Cm., .k.(. A mi, " kill uf L,.alli.i l.ir b.ii.jkii'. and Sju4ki'. I.'0' ! tbu HI ll' ll.il'. .lv llnreau Ih b"'l. I UiiU ' ill b dud a It. . ('IU I" bw 'kbt ' -) dl.l iuli..iLUiul : l'. fi-Ui J. I ad tt4 iuu t . ..buiy, IX ll.lSCil llttUT KM WIIUC ANt 1 al tutr It. niie (hlii.i.ii butu-a (iut4 4 k"fi us I II,,! .1..,, k.urt (11.11 l. t.nlial II -!', it luiwn I l u bull I AS (I klU'I I . i.l In ..i.. f'-.H rill kind ol lu tl . .' t Ill , k , , . .. Uwl. u.i,, iu iu u..ai f klLtilifll ul lii4, c.-mal .nt' awl tl 41 (i..i- '. J,'1' I U011.4 I. H 11 lis-l (."lliou ! b' I. I) . ' J'l'J 1 (.S b tl. til Hi., b !! bll-ll-4 eui.au J kl'l tl'L'l l' .U4... !.... I l-g a. 11 I I"w " '" (-kS ' l I',?' I '-. aal la4 IS4i l-.l.oa.v. Jai l-.Mmsn.iii. Jl..i..., J....-I l..l I.SII'HU 1 . i.ii ,.,u (..u.4 ''Uul 1. 1 fia l'i f .l.l.l'l. 4 (t t !- l'l..i...'. ,',.4 Vu44 a"-" ( 't' uh4 I - R v SUNBURY, PA., iUia bbcttiscmcnts. TIME IN JIOM'.V ! ! VLL Wall Paper nnd Border, sold by mc fit be trimmed ready for use, AVITIIOUT EXTHA CHARGE, ry tiik YEOMAN'S WALL PAPER TRIMMER, which t have the sielusivs rtht to n in 9untur and vicinity. Save inuiify, time nnd labor, by buying f X. I'ERREE EIUI1TXEK, Dealer In Books, Stationery. Wall Paper, Music, vc., Ac., Ac. Sunday School SUPPLIES made a speciality. Illuuk, Memorandum A IuIioehtt in endless variety, just received. BOOK BINDIN'fj done to order. Person wi'l save expense by leaving their orders for binditit; with mc. piCTi nr. riM.tir.s of all sizes, cut from the Mouldim: nt very low rates. OVAL i StiUARE FRAMES alrf.ijs i:i hand. ALBUMS, IJr.ACKETS, GOLD PKN"3, i.e., Ac, &c. A larfje and well select" I stock of Toysnlway on ham'.. Anything not on h::id promptly oi dered. Bargains .,r ihjIi. Call at N. FERF.EE Ll.;r.TNr.P.'3 It iire, SICS of Folsv's Gold Pen, Market Square, Siir bury, F. Eunbury, Angnst 8th, 1ST0. E AIM ICS' FAMCT FEKSI JOHN FAREIRA. 71S Arch Street, Middle of the Block, between 7lh and Sth trtrect., South Side, rirn.AnrxniiA, Importer, Manufactursr and Dealer lo M Mnds and quaiity of FAXC'Y II KS For Ladies and Children's Wear. Hiving enlarged, reino e)"d and improved my old and favorable known FI It EMI'OKM'M. and having iunioited a very larifo and suleiidid assort incut of nil the dilieietu kiud of Furs tnm I tir.'t hands iu Europe, and have hid them made np by tl;e most sl.il'.fu! woikinen, would res pectfully invite my fiiemW of Northumberland ami adlaeent conn. an, tu call and examine nv very hirjru and beautii'al assoi tinent of Fancy ' Furs, f.ir Ladies and Children, i a u detenni:., il to sell nt as low p'iees .i any rtiier ivpeetnb:e I House In the ity. All I'urii wananlej. No! rulbi vprebentatious to elteet alc. JOHN FARU1KA. 718 Arch Street, Philadelphia. Oct. 2?, 170-Sm. FANIIIOAI1EE niLI.IM.KY, FALL AND WINTER STYLES. .MINN I.. N!Ili.NI.EIC, MARKET S(JLARE, ssl'NIIt'RY, 1A. Her Inrirc asoitment of MILLINER V ItOODs. RON NETS AND HATS, Ribbons, Feathlhs, Flowers, Laces, HAT AND LOXNKT FRAMES. A larjic yarhdy of t ritnnie I an I lintrimir.ed Huts, lliiflies' and idiitilicn'to Ih'vieiy, hem stitched lace and li:.ru ILiii dkerehleU, kid and llnle tiloves, Crirr.elb, dress buitmis, aipuie laces, fi iiiK'es, Indira' iii i klli r, and fancy i :M,oua for bows aud bashes, in I'eat ai lily. Ileal and Imitation hair i hL'uou., frizes, tuil and twitch es. A lurt.0 uskortiueiil of SLIl'l'ER J'ATTERN. ZEPflYR, ( 1 1: II N A N TO H' S MOL, Ac. An eulle variety of Notion a, id good usually ket iu a (lot olum millinery :i're. (jfUU' Collars, Clllla, Neeklies, llnndl.er cliiefs, Thecititeifr Siinbuiy and vicinity, tener.tllv, arc iuvttcd toeiiuud s e this .inena..! a:l ment. L. MIIssi.ER. Suubury, Oct. , lM. nut . hi in :r. BOOTS AND SHOES Mauufaeturrd lo oidrr st gkkatlv nt uu r.i ikici:?. joiiv ii.vt:tt. tiftur Nlrerl, Suubur), INmiii'm, UtirftlFl I.I.V Inform hi ill euM.itiicr alid tl ('P lt ( BelHTillV, llilll be. il HOW inauufuctili.i n I.K'ilfc.v .llnKSiit theiiilloa luK iau, mule up 1, 1 ti -. uiaierl .1, tl : Calf Okiu (p- .'' dj ' ' (,rcdj KrencU Culf Woiutu'( hbt ((' t Ulidrcu' hli"-. In 7.M tl.illl .IIU 1. a 11 'I i f M.'iirtd), 111 3 cl. tu accuiiiiuii to tiu. All utk a,.rr.u,u.. ItliMsi- hi I, I' l b 1 ilr ol M-puiiiDi TI T l Asll. it iiltu ii'liin.t. It'll Wll.VtH. nobuiy, July 'J, -7' . J. W. W A-lllNd'JoVS Clllli lit Mill It MIOI'. lha oid Hii,ij.n . 1I1 p 1 I 11, e W dxtnli, lli I". I, I .' l I .. 1 rou.i lei lbl lliu no ni i...ii unjii t ) tfc II lll .ul .11.. 1, I. .tl. u .ml iU i. autoiii'l ol t nm) ..I. 1 J.t i.iy t.rf 1 n Itlal til tki ('i i' 1. ill ..l hill, bat I l'l I'I 'I Hie U 111 y I. i.' 111 . 1 .lit.. Itiiia I. it I mil .li ii iuji alUi 4 i . uu I 1.'. i.l - Mi 1 1 1, I 1 Ik (ball) b.u art ni .u .li.l .1 I a 1. I , i ! allll.i Hi. I iu' bl llui (Uili ... 4 I 1 ll.u u ,'li lull, ul lllut t.tlillul ll "d I .lul. I In ,,. ) hli 1.1 IS iuUl If I I i.'l.i.lmU I'.. I III. 1 I all I I g vi. 14m ll J ul. i n l. ml 'w I.. 11. u u'.i.. ) awu'iui.. I' uui ui ii mu I ii l( ( l l lo l4( He " ull Ug4.U I Uui. livd 'I'i .1., 1 I'luit I'I Mo it- t.iatf al,, a iwu 1 i . 1 , iu... 1. lb. u., ,u .. i a ,!,i, 1. . 1 1 1 i I., u, . iu. , u k-i ll.i uc.u. m lb ) , .ii4ii M ,.li ..nl , I u, au 1(1.1 ilj. ) I ' .1.1 1 lb ban IW I- .. ..i, 1.1 11. hi. I IL. iu. ... l - ... ( (I' ll' I K I. fn ul aii 1 It vlS W' '', U- 4 I a,.., 4 m 1 - 1 . . -.1 i ll k.i 1 1 ... U; .. ... v. , 1.1 4 i w - t I 1 A 1 t..n . , 11..1 1 I . I 1 . i u . I uu tyms&v Mr ."- t'-'-'.V.'i- -1? 7. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1871. gtltct J3octrg. THE CLOSING SCENE. BY THOMAS lll'CUASAR BEAU. The followinif Is pronounced by the West minister rtvitie to be the Duett Auierlcau pueui ever w ritten : J Within the sibcr realm of leafless tree, Tho rutsut year inhaled the dreamy Mr, Like Mime tanned rener in his hour id ease, When all th Ueld are lying brown aud bare. The cray barns, looking from their hstzy bills, O er the dun waters widciiini; iu the vul, Sent down the air reeliii); to the mills, Ou the dull thunder of alternate flails, All sight were mellowed and all sounds ub;)tied, The hills seemed further aud streams suiik low, A. iu a dieaiil the dis.ant woodman hewed Hi water hij( with many a luuL'led blow. The nmb.itt!ed fiuc.t. ere w hile armed with gold, Their banner blight with every uuirtlal hue, Now stood like miiiii sad, beaten bust of old, Wilhdiawii ufar iu Time' ruinutest blue. Oh sombre w iliK the vulture tried hit Uigat, The dove scarce heaid his sijliiu luutu s coro pUint; A;i4, like a slur sluw drnanini; In lha lik;bt. The Tiling church vuoe seemed to pale and faint. The sentinel cock upon the hillside crew Crw twice h nd all was .tiller than ksfor ; Silent, till miine replying warden blew His alien horn, and then was heard no nor. Wbeie ent the jay, within the elm's tall crast, Made carruluus trouble roaud bar uns)eded yountr, An I where the oriole wuug her wa)lnr; tiat, By every light wind like a senior swung ; Where sum; the noisy martens of the aavoi, The buy swallowi. circling ever near Foi boding, as the rustic mind believes, Au ear'y harvest and a pleuteous year, Where every bird that waked the vacua! Crast, bhuiik tin. sweet slumber fisiu its wiuga at morn, To worn the reaper of the rosy east All now wns aiiulrs, empty aud forlorn. A!on from out the rtuhble piped the qaall. And croaked the ciow thro' all the dreary pioom ; Alone the phraont, dramming In the vale, M.tde echo iu tne dift.ii.ee to Hie cottage loom. There was no bud, no blo-nn apon the bowtrs, The spiders moved their thin shrouds night by niL-t.r ; 11. c Ihistli: down, the only ghoM of flowers. Sailed slowlj by psed noiseless ont of sight. Ami! all this, the centre of the scene, The white-haired matren, with aioaotonnua tread, Piiej the swift wheal, and with her joyous meiti Sat like fnte and watched the flilntf thread. Sue had known sorrow. He had walked with her. Oft supped nnd broke with her the ashen crast, Anil in the dead ie.iVr. .till ! e herd the stir Of liii, thick mental traidng in tho dust. While yet her eheek was bright with Summer hi on in. Her country summoned and .he gave her all, And twe e r !or.! lo lir his sah plnme Re g.ive the sword lo met ujion the wall. Re-cave the sword, but not the hand that drew And struck fur liberty the iljiug hlow ; Nor him wb.i. to his sire an. I country true, Fell 'mid the rauV.4 ot the invading foe. Long, but not loud, tl droning wheel went on Like tho low murmur rf a hive at noon. Lout:, but not loud, this memory of the gone Uicaihed through bur tip a snd and tieruulou tune. At h '. the thread was snapped, her hed wat bowed ; Llle dropptd the distaff throuah her hands se rene ; And loving neighbor smoothed her careful shroud, Willi lUelli and Winter elos the Auluiau seen. i THE WHITE L1EY, BT CATHAKINK STANLKY. j 'I'leiiBc,' said a wihti'ul voice, 'tftre mc a ' flower. Tom is so fond of tinners.' Din lliniisi'ii was ou her way to a l Vu nd's, with it hoipui't of choice (lowers. ! She hlopted, ut this apiieal, nud lookiuv' j down, saw a little, poorly-dud girl, ubout twelve vears old. ! 'And who is Tom ?' asked Klla, touch- i tJ. I 'My little brother. He fell and hurt his back, uud mw ho can't move himself ; the ; d.icl'ir ;) lie will never get well ; aud he ; docs w for tin writ so.' ; LlU ht-siuitvd for n, moment, but only ' fur it moment. To take a single (lower 1 li'otu her bopu. t would spoil it, au s rl' i tly nail it tx'cu arraneii ; nml 11 was lor a ! friend, moreover, w ho was ubout lo bu I married. Hut the pleading face of the child, nud I ho thought of the sick brother, , were more than hhe could U-iir. Miu re 1 iiieinU leil, ton, the word of Scripture, j "liia.oii'ii.'li a ye have done it unto one of! ' tho leut of tlieiH', ye have do'ie it liulu mc' t Mil' sell eled tin: lincxl lloiter iu the (Hupii t, U lark'c, while lily, ami gave it In lliu child. ' llu in,' alio said, I, 'put it in water, uud long. And la-re,' ho I, with gr.iUlti ooks, v i k,.i.II il. .... I.. i.iiJ 1 a w ill keen ever 11. Mid, ua tho cir I 1.. il., I .. 1: ....1... c... ...... 1.,.., 1.... ici... .1 . M 1V1, III I., IUI ,,'UI V,"lll, IIWIV UU mii lii, V . I The child loii her, ndiling, 'Oh 1 won't j Toll! lx) t I :nl . ' Hi d Irk . 1 .'ii.ipiH .(ted. ( Il wits not long kfoivj the il l! I thing Hiiii hcii in i ion. ie. li v 1; 1 t, l.ut I..0111, III tlie tup o 11,0 Imum', liH.kli. K"o a tin ly llu h-kuru U Intnl. "U lh.it mi, l.iay V a.kej a wcuk l mi 1 . 'I 111 ii fc'l.iU. I lie (ia 1L1 r u I) in,' on a straw la d, oil tlio Ihxil', uud bu I'H.Lid up, allilliii, into l.ia 1 ' I i e. Nt In 10, I nil,' (lid the aiatei', pnaluc i;.J llu; i-al,. a. 'ilitae itl'u lliu HI) (.Hid VU III", llui ll'.H led nil,' !iu ud'kd, li hi. nl'l .lull) I I aliK.li the Illy, Jul l....k ul tl, . !' 1 0114 1)1 l.iirly gluli'iied h llh il. Khl. In to (Uilahu hall l mm' III Ud, ck 1 l.ilinui, 'llh I WI14I 11 U.utv i a lu iu did )ul g I II f It'll I I'll IkLllU'll as I'ai mu. li I hiiu, and aiuiiui u suu a ho Ii.iJ g;ui4 UJ bud, iu U.11 I aik ou In , I- 'I II I'inu il 1'U'ki,' lu Stld'xl, Weakly, nf.il a utiu , .1 it.uk' 1 ii.w II ii'k u Huj 4041 I. I it tend, (;i"i I l) !' 1 ...I.. I'.l II III 4 l.'.lll.i.' .l"l .U, 'MUli 'iii. i ill I, and U (hall duo I un lllk! il.it tl -'- hi )ui It mil Ltd inr b ic u 11. II4I Mby d '14 I ) ui4v.1t )ttl (U.-si'' in t 'mt his . liaill, I Ul) 1 v ,l.t I l ie I I" 1,1 1 I'U li.'tll I II il 'i .U la. UU 4iid I k rtt (!. l...' I n, i I 1. nt 1. "I I'.. niu'. I Ui .1 11. AMERICAS 'Ent a little bit, dear, she begged. 'It will ni'iku you feel better.' 1 don't think I shall ever be better,' answered Tom. The tears rolled down the (.islet's fare. 'l)ou'l talk so, Tom," sho sobU-d. 'Vou shan't eo. 1 tan't live without you. Who will there be to care for me 5" 'I've been thinking,' said Tom, pravely, 'I think a p'out deal lyinr hero, thiil when I nm none, liither will be difterrtit. Yon know,' nnd here he drooped hio voic, tiuil lookid cniTfnlly nrountl, ns if to see lest any one should be listening, 'you know that liither drinks ; nnd that's why he comes home co lule, and says he can't u third to send you lo school ; and why he is so cross; and why. sometimes, he beats you ' Don't speak of it, dear,' said his sister. 'I wouldn't mind it if it wasn't for you.' 'Rut I do mind it, Lizzy ; and it breaks my heart to lie here and see it. Rut some times I think, when I die, father will be ilillcrcut ; ho says he loves me. nnd it may make him good, you sec. What is it the Rible says Y 'Through much tribulation,' Yes ! it is through 'much tribulation, we wiu the crown. Vhnt was the verso we learnt at school ? 1 keep forgetting. The one nbottt being tired.' 'Oh ! I know, said Lizzy. 'Come unio me nil ye that arc weary and heavy laden, aud I will cjvc you rest.' 'Cnie unto rue,' repeated the brother. He does not deceive, Lizzy. He will give us lvfcl. He loves me nud you, too, aud he will take care of us. He is going to give me rest up iu heaven.' Rut the sister was not to be comforted. Tom was nil the world Ho her. To le him was to lose everything. The day wore on. Night crime. Tom lay, looking at the lily, nml no one know how many sweet thoughts il stigucsud to hint. Now and then his sister stopped iu her work, nnd came to see if he wanted anything. He always thanked her with a sweet smile. 'Fnther is late to night,' he said nt Inst, when the darkness came ; aud he sighed. 'He will be here soon,' said Lizzy, utter ing words of hope, in which she hardly believed herself. 'Try to sleep a little, dear.' So Tom, nt last fell off into a doze. Ten o'clock came nnd yet no lather. Worn out with fatigue and anxiety, Lizzy crept into bed by her brother's side, nnd sauk to sleep also. It was nearly midnight when the father eatneiti. The noise woke Tom up. He half raised on his elbow and looked around. At that moment, the moon emerged from a cloud, nnd its light, falling through the window, lit up the sick boy's tnce with a giory us of a seraph's. The father started back, sobered at once. It seemed to him ns if a linlo, direct from heaven, encircled his child's head. Father,' said Tom. 'come here please.' The man went sollly to his son's bed side, sank ou his knees, nnd took the lad's hand tenderly in his own. He was awed. '1W kind to Lizzy,' said Tom, wistfully, looking into his lather's face. 'She won't Lave anyone but you, when I am dead, father. "Let her go to scfioul again, please, she is so fond of school ' 'Oh 1 my son. my son,' interrupted the now penitent father, bursting into sobs. You will get well yet ' 'I will never get well,' said Tom 'Hut don't cry, father. ? shall see mother, you know. Am! by-nnd-by.' nnd n strange look came on his lace, a look of joy and faith inexpressible, .'hy-aml-by, we'll all meet again, shan't we V. Kiss mc, plense, and then no to bed, or we'll Wake sister.' The father, choking back his sobs, kissed the hoy. 'I promise to be kind to Lizzy,' he whi.scred. '."she shall gJ to school. 1 will never drink another itroi. As.God is my witness,' he added, solemnly, '1 uever will.' .Torn took his little, thin nrms from arouud his father's neck, where he had put them for that last kiss, and then sunk back on his pillow, exhausted. 'How sweet the (lower looks iu the moon light,' thought Tom. 'What n hnppv boy I am to have it 1 Aud to have lather promise to be lvltor,'. lie went on, 'and to say he'll love Lizzv, and that he'll r-end her to school ' Aud then he forgot himself iu sleep. The night passed. Morning dawned, j Lizzy woko ottore tne suu rivc. tier nrst thought was of Tom, 'I've slept all niiiht,' she said, renroneh- ! full v. 'and I didn't mean to sleen five niiuules I wonder if Tom wnuted me in the niirlit. He must be better or he'd have called.' i lit irn better. As shu leaned over to I look nt hint, I.iuv was startled by the strange, vet beautiful look ou his face, a look of divine lioy, as when a martyr bus l'ii.ved Ihroui-h lire into everlasting rest. lie would never suffer mote The lily had doue il work. It had sweetened tho last hours of the suffering boy, suggesting inn e and beautiful thoughts; aud when Klla lirousou called, early iu the morning, to sec Lizzy, she found it lying on the breast of the dead child, chiiped iu his two, thin, waxen bands; uud she thought of tho hlit s of I'aradikc, aud uf the saints w ho held them, and of the weiili of Nrip turn ugaiu, '11111811111111 as ye Ir.ve done it Ulll ,mu 4,f iuu ictt,t of liicku.yu l.avo doun , t ttiito mo.' ! , , t. , , , , , i A w t'er work even, had U-tu d-nelii. " 'i r mil rvcii, 1 I fC hut word of loin were never li'lgol' . I 11. I I .1..1. ' leil by Ilia lather, who, I1001 that lilghl, lacillllo a rcP Allied IllilU. l.isny Weill In kchnol, and. Inure tliull thai, never Ufiiill henl a hill 1 1 Word al Inane. .1 IU :uid J.l'ie U 1, lino great liieon. , 'j j,, unwvt I.h her suiwrinr imu xillnn, was , ..(j,, ,,. ... . r . , l,itur. It was imt liiitiet. r-1 v n -it !. lbs I made KH.i eive awuv. at eoii'c -ucillcci M the luiio, lli.il ! hiv. As ye sow, so shall ye tap i I.t' .W limine. - f'(r0N't . -my - AH IMiUi I A Mtl.OO. a this tki inor. On arltiiMMUi 111 llm month of June, IsTtl, a lady III deep limui liiu, and fullow. . 1 .' 1 fi .. .' 1 ..1 . 1.. 1.. i.i . ,y. v. 1 vvw i " : :: Ii4p ned lo bu pt.diij at the lime, aud inilU.'l by 1Ull1u.ll) I'lliowed U' 1 ill tu See (ltla M t It ! J . . I its unal Wi'UliI tuauu. u ppmg up 10 u.e luir aud a.l'lu(ii'i Ibe i'i".in.i"l, Mini .4'ni'd in Ij pit st iii, (bu taid : ' -.ii, i4'i "ii uiml iii ! I lute In I, x.i.i, uu liu nd. and am miul.l In oik " lit t ia in. id al lur and llwliat lite thlhl, a nil a luiii.lid b'.-s ' I tiui'.cl) and I il k.l '4i-Ull bu was k 'niiabtl ur i ic U I , atti. a-' lmn in null a "U U'i', bul .. ' !..,. I . ' a tltut 'i""'.li( t4 lt ("Int. I I' ui',u, ll.ill tUiltii' I" IU" 1'ltkvUl, ui I , ' ' III llU lltt II, ltl ' 4 lilt III vilMS, taut a. i.t 1 I 1 .I '(l Inl ill lis f'1 . lu,. 1 b. , .r . ..1 tun! Lii t nilk I'1 2, So. 47. SI, .o. 11. ami soon n jmrse of two dollars was raised uud placed in licr liurid. "Mudnni," said tlie gi'titlemau who pnve her tlio money, "why do you vome iu su liKitis V It isn't a proix';- tilnce fot a iudy ; nnd why are you driven to elicit a step V" fcuiiiiiiK (( iioiui iiitii, yei. vairiPBi,i; eyes upon the speaker with uu ex plebeian I shall never forget, she replied : "Sir, I know it isn't a proper place foe me to be in, nnd you nsk why I uni driven to this slop. I will tell you iu short wonls," pointinc; t a bottle behind the bur labeled whiskey," liat is wlmt hits clmeu me to this WiliSKr.v. I was once hajipy and j surtolindcd by all the luxuries that wealth : could procure, with u fund and indulgent husband. Rut in un cnl hour Ue was templed, and not possessing the will to re-1 sist that temptation, fell, aud in one short 1 year my dream of happiness was over, my ' happy home forever brnkeu nud dueolatcd, , and the kind husband and the wealth some called mine, lost, lost, never to return, and all by the accursed wine cup. Y'ou see ' before you only a wreck of my foltner self homeless una IncnuiiH, Willi nothing h it me iu this world but this little child." Aud i wecpinc bitterly, she aflectionately caressed the goldeu curls that shaded a tnce ol ex-1 quisito loveliness. Keguining her compo- j sure, and turning to the proprietor of slut saloon, she continued : "Sir, the reason I occasionally enter a place like this is to implore those who deal J in the deadly poison to desist, to stop a business that spreads desolation, ruin, j poverty and starvation Think oue mo ment of your own beloved oue, and then ', imagine them iu the situation I am in. I : apH-al to your nature, 1 appeal to your: heart, for 1 know you possess a kind one, to retire from a busincasso ruinous to your ' patrons. Did you know that the money jou receive in exchange for the vile stuif; you sell across this bar, is the same as taking the bread from the mouths of the : faimnhing wives aud children of yout cus tomers T That it strips the clothes from ; their backs, deprive them of nil the com- j forts of hfe, and throws uuhappiuciss, ' misery, crime and . desolation into their' once happy homes V Oh, sir, I implore, i !x betel) and pray you lc retire from a buti- ! tiess you blush to owu you arc engaged in before your lidlow men, a'Kt 'i'ntcr a busi-; uess that will uot only be profitable lo your self, but your fellow crcalutes also. Please excuse me if I have spoken too plainly, but 1 could not help it when 1 thovght of the misery uud utihappincis it lias caused me." "Madam. I am not offended," lie an- swered, iu a voice tremulous with emotion, "but thank you from uiyhtart for what you have said." . .." . .. ... . ,. Xew Ncrlen, Vol. Old Nericn, Vol. -...,-. uiiiu .uiB ""'Thomas Menkintr. keener of the flree mother'8 hand, "here's a gentleman who wants mc to sing 'Little Bessie' for bin. Shall 1 do itV" "Y'es, darling, if they wish you to." They nil joined in the request, aud, plac ing her in n chair she sang a sweet childish voice, the following beautiful song "Oat In the gloomy night tadly I roam j I have no mother dear, no pica. ant bom j Nobody cures for mc, no out: would cry, Even If poor little Kettle should die. Weary and tire'1 I've been wandering all day, A.klii( for work, but I'm too aim, 1 1 they Kay : Un the damp praund I inui-t no lay my bead, father' a drunkard, and mother i dead. We were o happy till father drank ruia, Then all our aorrow and trouble beuu ; Mother itrew pale and wept every day Baby and 1 were loo hungry to play. K'owly they fuded 'till one summer nigbl Found their dead face all eileul nnd u hit 1 hen with bij; tear (lowly dropping I (aid; Fathar' a drunkard, aud ajuiUer ia dead. Oh, If the temperane men only would flnl Poor wretched hither and laik very kind ; If lliey would Mop him from drinking why tba, I rkuuld be o very happy nuin. I lt too lute, tvuiperniici. men I pieaie try t Or pour little ltcssie m it-t toon duive und dl ; All the day Iouk I've hi en beaiut lor bread, Va.her' a drunkard, aud mother i dead." The scene I shall never forget to my dy ing day, nnd the sweet cadence of her mu sical voice still rings in my ears, and eveiy word of the song, ns it dropicd from her lips, sunk-deep into the hearts of those imihcred arouud her. With her golden curls falling carelessly around her little shoulders, her lace f ulmost elherinl heuu- ml Ini.kiii.. an triiKiiii..ivntiil fi.iiHib.iit. u. ulMm ,, lni.n aruUIU uuiut, her Ueautitul eves i i : . - , . . lighted up with a light that seemed noi of this earth, formed a picture worthy of the eii of a pott or pniuicrt although statue of purity nnd innocence. The untinished games of billiards were laid by, the cards thrown aside, the unemptied giuss remain ed uMn the counter, and all passed near, some with curiosity, some with sadness, and some with pity beaming from their eves, entranced with the musical video aud . beauty of a child, who seemed better I'I I j j bu with angels above tluin ill such a place. ' At the close of the smig mauy were wc I iug men who hud not shed a tear fur : years, uow wept like 11 child. One young ! mau w ho had resisted with scorn the plead 1 iug of a loviug iiiulher and dear friends to i lead a better life, to desist from a coiirsu that was wasting his fortune and ruining , his health, now approached the child, and I takilig her bunds while tears streamed dow 11 his pale ctuitfcs, exclaimed with Uot p etmilioii : cg.hI ble saved uto I blest you, my little angel, you have 10 liniii rum and ili'rii 110111 Kiverly and 11 di tiukiud giaw. If there . Mete ever angels 011 eaitli you nre one ; UoU 1 blest you. IukI bless lull." and placing a bill ill ti e Land of the mother, said, "pU use acctnt this In do ut a tiki 11 ..f my record ! and ealceiii, for your tittle giri has dune me I a kilidueS no wenllll t ail ver repsv. And reiiU'iubt-r wheuever you ari 111 aunt you 1 will ever Hud a true friend," si tlu mum) 1 tune eiviiij hi r his bame tin) addn ss. l iiLina lu r ihll'1 bv the hand the luriad lo g.i, but pHUkiug al the dour, sund : j "tnai bltta you, gelllllliieu. and pirn as ,1... i....,iiii ii.....L..r 1 ; (I IV (( (IIW II. l U.II ,n, ,iu .', j-.w. n,M 1 lilcintli woman fnr tne kiutlutsa au4 i i.iiiiUy )nu have slmwu ht r," and brfnre anv ( Uu could rvply, she ass "i'. I iiliiioiMurul miiiuttteiitiii'd wtii.U I was L last brkill by the (("plirtor st . iU-ia 4 .. . . . s -a. iieMtifiufii, mat taiiy is rmnt, ami 1 . u- s.id ui giut of ahi.k.y, n4 u W -,.4,.a-, ((., k ..It any of )u 1 Mailt auy inure )nu a til havu lo Uu 1st a Inre." , "And 1 hav driiiik my last gluts o whikkvy." said t you(( ntait alio had l"OiI lavu tiivtu up i (. 1 1 . t lj Lv)oiid the riai h nl ihuae alio had daH aunil in hi atl fate - that Us taut, ino lu to eitr 1 A 1 nt. 't htiie it a uiuiik or(t'n.aUia 14 4it lily ia'" 4 llie TtinU if llmr. a' d al ,.ci Ut tl iiuelnu I tbll vi"l iu '") l. tnit ; iw 1 Vl! la) B'liUltltll. It Inl lll U" I'I lltt t I! i.l "II kaiai'il c 1 nui I 4 ili"iu, aud nrU'tiu baitn t tteis tJJed U I. t TlUS I'I I I W"4'l, lha of lb tul'ful , I.-... II.. ki....... l.. 1... t tu.l a.a. l.ulu lint Sil4li) ( ita Kaa IU lad, d k- ADVERT SING SCHEMl 10 Linos, or about 100 Words, uioJies !i'- . 1 Bq 3 Rq a 8'i' 4 q ew Ucol I tni One wo-k l.oo S.oo a.Vj; h.qo 5.1.. im; !. f Two weeks 1.50 S.Oo 3.5, 4.0O H.tiO 1 1. do l 'c Three " 2.00 8.V .5o a.on oo rj..w-, Four " S.6 .ro s.5o e.oo to.oo b.j:ii. Flvo " S.? 5.ki a.50, ?.nuta..iT.isi':.v.i' W ' if -oo .r 7.io ' U.u.ii3.i)u;n.o;iJ7.'o Two mo' 1.2.5 7.50 . I. Ot, 15.noso.tKi lid.. .. Three" .. H.0c .) WMi So.0.;,.. 4o.U Bil " 6.0H- W.OJ 11.00 I'J.UO'.-t.Ui! u. . f. i ; Nine " e.iio io.U'J i'J.oj lS.ic'iri.iKHi, a 75 i One Tear S.ou lij.wi r,.0u Uj.00.lo.0w Wj.tO t i.t : is now engaged in an honorable btminess Wnuld to Heaven that ladv could Imve. goue into every hamlet, and town and citv throughout our country, nud met with tl. same eheeriug result. Yes, it is the mothers aud wives, Htid sisters of the drunkard that tun tell what whiskey has done sud is doiu. You need not follow hiiu to the sumptnous and bril liant palace erected by King Alcohol at:d his conlederste to hire him tr.un the pa;:, of virtue and usefulness, to that of n.ia nud tiisgrace. You need not follow him when his tnotivv is toi.e and he is thrift liom the most lusliioiiable resort to thos less respectable. You need not lollow hiru to the lowest det.s of crime and iniquity, ps be daily reels home or li s in the nut er in n condition lower than the brutes of tl e field. No .' but follow him to the place I o calls home, and tho hollow cheeks, ti.t; dimmed eyes, the tear that rolls tlowu ti c patient, careworn face of the forsaken wif, and the cries of the starving childruu. tuil their own story iu a lau jUAo iuuspr .-,iblu iu words. P. lViiMsj lviutitt') iMart Lu kehoola. Concerning the first schools in Pennsyl vania u correspondent of the I'hilndulphi I'nxs writes : On the 20lh day of October, A. I. the Frovinciul Council, heldiu Philadelphia, William Penn, Proprietor and Governor, recorded the following minute, which we transcribe exactly as we tind it : "The Govrn and Provil Council having taken into their Serious Considera tion the great necessity there is of a School Master tor ye lusttielioii St Sober Educa tion of Youth in the towne of Philadelphia, Sent for Enoch (lower, an inhabitant of the Said Towne, who for twenty Yenr past hath been exercised iu that cii,-cj nnd Im ploynient in England, to whom bavin? Communicated their Minds, he Embraced it upou thvse following Terms : to Lea i no to read English is by the 0.uarler. to learn to read, Write nnd Cast nccot Hs by tlio Quarter; fur Hoarding a Schollcr, that is lo say, lyct, Wnnhirig', fudging & Scool ing, Tetm pounds for oift whole year." The above record is thean-liert to be" found in reference to the rue of schbv's in tho Colonial Archieves of lYtinfvlvn'rn.- "At a co'. ncil held at Piiilfrt'-.-lnhia v . 37th ofye 11th mouth. 1W3. was presented : : A Law proposed for Mjkeing of Several : Sorts of Rooks, for the use of Persons in I this Province." "Proposed that care be T"n ft,bout '!? Learning aud Instruction .rolUh. t0,iv l : "!l 'i'"'1 'f Arts and ?"'" Lnder date of August 1, A. : D. 10J3, we hud another cutry ; touching ' the f-eneral subject, which rends thus : , School in the towne of Philadelphia, betn called before the Lt. Gov aud Council, was told that hco iintst not . stetpe Sehoole wit- j out Licence. Ansrcd f.'uit he& was willing i to Comply, and tnl'e1 Licence ; wns there . fore to procure n te'titicate of his ahilitie, i Learning and di.:Ce;.ce, frotu tho Iuhtibi 1 tants of note in tl..s tov, ivj, by the Siiteeuth ( instant, iu order to the obtaiu.ng a Licence, ( which ho promised Indue." -t'nder ('eta i of February 12, 17s7-S, a pitition wns i presented : " "Au a Couut.i, Held tttt : Philadelphia die Sahatti, by S'linuel Car- iienter, Edward Sbippeu. Anthony Mortis, litiiies ll'ox : david Lloyd, Will.am South j bee & John Jones.," nnked the lib"rty to establish a school, "w here poor linldren ; may bo freely maintained, taught & t !u : cated in good Literature, until they are lit j to put out appixutices, &c, in behalf of themselves & the rest, of the people called Quakers," &c, &e. "The l-rovenKT and : Council doe grant this petition aa Josired." I A Sailo;:'s Dicitirrio.v or a D.'.xcb. 1 Ilaven't had any fun with the laiullub i bers till Thursday niylit, nt a dance. When ! 1 arrived in the cabin found 'em under way on a Spanish dance. Took my station in line w ith Susan Tucker fell back and tilled, then shot ahead two fathoms haul ed up on the tarbmird tack to let another craft pass, aud came stem nn soother sail, sM.;e her, and bore round against thc'auii, and fell in with another sail iu stll chase. Passed twenty sail on same course, and 1 w hen half across to the nther shore, dropt ' nslert. fell back couldn't till, so let nuciior and iiiiuieii up tor repairs. JSeXD itilo the current Ly s l""K.,.V, ,., . -..wti!lion, but didn't make nnicli fiadway shot ahead with lietsey staiV, nnd sail ed over to the other cinst. look n turp opposite ran abreast twice towards other crufts, and back astern 114.11 tihived 1 round to starboard pased near partner's ' lights, nnd made sail lor lierlh. 'Tnird time ran it c it to poit to the tune of the temp st, the YaiAeo tar's favorite 1'roceedln j alon up coast ac cording to the regular ...d- rnf s iiht"- Uuc ulieud a'air rot'oJvd to then imj iiifi udveraary yiud-r.n:i by yurd-aMiio-t-fd iisiern with the whole B.piadron, in tr fular order of sailing, Sally 0011; all tb lime mand'tiveriiig and y-iaking Biennis hen under full suil. I'.oa'.iy anchored ' after a lnuvy squall. t'ltVKI.TY TO AM vl U.S. The Society fiir the ritveiitioii of i;rin liy to Aiiiiia! I" riiiladelphia, held ila annual uivetiii lat Thursday night a . ki The alien dance a quite Is 'ge and ninth iiilereat was manilrsu il. Kfr.iiu f. tvirtepusi fled, and I. h. I hate .mt il aa ''i ret.ir The ytarW reiHut wa ready b' VV. I'oiU-r II siali s that during liO the re ceiptt from iil 1 1 ti"ii, di'iiiili' Mt, etc., aumutitrd to t ij JO, and the ?xu i,,h luri t, iiiilud n c an ium klnietit ol Jl 1 "1 t(. reps) the loan frmn donaimii Inllt. l, n t l. i7. 11. ) iiiring ihe 1'iitt )iar c ui l'.aijs, rt-pr ti Ming (ii.-s t a. of 1 iui ity to ai'imals were sntrrud Upni. llui li.ais i f the Nntiely. CI lint itli. lj iituub.r, 1 '.S vre f -r uvei lading, utvrw it kuiis, or oiti ill iv in j (mi. ir inii'it. aid '. Ir ikui; lame, . re, 0 ' . ii, or I ra llv li d lnn '1 i at iii'ii it the t'l ittv upon the iuHi plaiutt thai were brnUM lo It Uolne It llfWli tu the fnlliiif liu t'liiiinaiy : It.ul fen nt eiUeiit'u or a .1 nf . l-tal fenit'iy, lit) Aktt i t'llsinUrt iml fiiU ld, V 1 unilii I out txiniUinit. Kt ; a arm i i:il, IK ; court led nil n.ilii t, I I'I , pn aei ulniu, ;IT ; fi'uvn limit, Vi ; ptndin.', 4 ;a4 vnuii ISIS, It Auiulig Ilia ii.iitu ilea; !. 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