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. IS PtTBLtSIlED EVERY SATURDAY T B1TL WILVEBI , Proprietor, massbVs Biu.DtnoR, market tquAaa, At tl.SO In Advstnoe. II not paid within 6 Month 93. Bubtcriptiont talon for ten than tit Monlht. Cowkctktj with ttils establishment Is an cxtcn slveNEW JOB OFFICE, containing a variety of plain and fancy type equal to any establishment in the lntarlor of tho State, for which the patron age of the public I respectfully solicited. WmTjKVERTOW, Attorney a Law, offlco, door No. 5, 2nd floor, Haupt's Block, near Miller's Shoe Store, Bunbury, Pa. March 25th, 1871. ly. SB. HOVER, Attorney at Law. Nos. 8 and 8, Becond Floor Brlght's Building, Rnnhnrv. Pa. Professional business attended to.ln thoconrls of Northumberland and adjoining counties. Claims promptly collected. Consulta tion can bo had In the German language. March 25th( 1871. 1J. JEREMIAH HXYDER, Attorney at Law, Bunbury, Pa. All professional busi ness intrusted to his enro will receive prompt at tention In this and adjoining counties. Can bo consulted both. In English and German. Also, District Attorney of Northumberland county. - Aiig.20,187O.-ly. J" NO. A. WII.NOX, , i ATTORNEY AT LAW, i 'So; 144 Fourth avenub, Ifotnrv Public Pittsburg. Pa. dan. 15, 1870. ly. T O. MARKING VO, Market street, ZJ BUNBURY, PA. Dealers la" ' Drugs, Modlclnes, Paints, Oils, 31ass, Varnlslics, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, ;?ocket Books, uniries, ore. SP. WOLVERTOI, Attorney at inw. Market Square, SUNBUBY.PA. Profession al business 4b this and adjoining counties prompt ly attended to. i pvu. A. R. HAWIlUK, rcspccuuiiy an o U nonnccs himself fls Physician and Surgeon 'to tbo citizens of Sunbury and vicinity, having lo takdltriiself jiermanently on Market street, near ly oppobite the Falrmouut Hotel, whero he can be consulted at r.ll iburs when cot professionally tngagjd. npl24-ly , OW. ZI EOLER, Attorney at Law, north side of Public Sqnare, one door east or tho old Bank building, SUNBURY, PA. Collec tions and nil professional business promptly at tended to In the courts of Northumberland and adjoining counties. sept 15-68 A. REIMEXSWDER, Attorney at Lnw, BUNBURY, PA. All business en trusted to his care attended to promptly and with diligence. npl27-C7 J NO. KAY CLEMENT, Attorney at Law, BUNBURY, PA. Collections and all pro fessional business promptly attended to. iueli31-Gfl C. J. nKUNER. 1" U. KASE. BRITNER & KASE, Attorneys and Coun sellors at Law, BUNBURY, PA. OlUce on Chestnut street, west of the N. C. and P. & E. Railroud Depot, lu the building lately occupied by F. Lazarus, Esq. Collections and all profess ional business promptly attended to la Northum berland and adjoining counties. anllO-C9 It. MAKSER, Attorney at Lnw, SUN- BURY, PA Collections atteuded to lu tho counties of NorthuinlierlnBd, Union, Snyddr, Montour, Columbia and Lycoming. apl 10-09 WM. M. ltOCKEFELLEK. IXOT-D T.HOHRBACn. KOC'KEFELLEK ROIIRBACII, Attorneys at Law, SUNBURY, PA. Of iflco in Ilnupt's new building, second llooN En trance on Market Square. Jan4-C8 AN. BRICK, Attorney at Law, Sunbury, Pa. OlUce in Masonic llall Building. Collections of claims, writings, and all kinds of legal business attended to carefully and with dispatch. II April 8, 1871. ly. ANTHRACITE COAL ! VALENTINE OIETZ, Wholesale nud Retail dealer in every variety of ANTHRACITE COAL, UPPER WHARF, SUNBURY, PENN'A. All kinds of Grain taken in exchange for Coal. Orders solicited and llllcr) 'promptly. fcbl8-71. W. 8. RIIOADS. : J. PACKER UAAS. WN. RIIOADS CO., RETAIL DEALERS OF ANTHRACITE COAL, SUNBURY, PENN'A. Office with Haas, Facelv & Co., Orders left at Seasliolt A Bro's., olllce Market Street, will receive prompt attention. Country custom respectfully solicited. Feb. 4, 1871. tf. COACH MAKERS. WE arc selling Rims, Snckes. Hubs. Springs, .Canvass, Bolts, Clip. Av'es. c, very Lanro Stock n't CONVEY fc CO. Sunbury, March SO, 1869. O il.! COAM COAL! O RANT BROS., Shippers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in WHITE AND RED ASH COAL, SUNBURY.TA. (lower wimrtv) , . liT Solo Agents, westward, at the celebrated Henry Clay CouL JanllMltt EXCHANGE LIVERY. J. M. BARTHOLOMEW, Fkoi'iuetou. FOTRTH STREET, ABOVE MARKET, Sunbury la. THE best of riding and driving horses always oil hand to serve customers. Orders left at the Ccutral Hotel, for vehicles, will receive prompt atlcutlou. Nov. 5, 1870. DENTISTRY. GEORGE M. RENN, 7ii Simitson'i 2iililiwj, Muvket S-iuari, Sl'NBVHT, Pa., 1 prepared to do all kinds of work pertaining to Dentistry, lie keeps constantly oa hund u large assurtiuful of Teeth, aud other Deutul material, from which lie will b able to select, ..... ........ il.u u-n,.i...f LI ruriliililftrs. All work warranted to give satisfaction, or else I tin inoui'V reliliuieu. l bs very best Mouth Wash aud Tooth-Powders kept uu huud- Ilis n-fercuee are the numerous patrons Tor wli.mi lie has worked for I lis last twelve years. fcuuliury, April "Jl, j871. neVv ioVl'vakw. fllUE UudMslisneU havlntf coiinei'Wsl the Coal I luliu- uUbiseUusive LUl ttUKAlS rmU; Is prepurcd to eupply families with the uuv uEsr or oi., t 'IIK.il I'Olt CiMII. i'at, biuv aud Nut, eou.Uully ou haud. Gru.u Ukcu laeAcUa,;. for CW. Bunbury, Jau. J0; f. i;oi suirnis. tuu-uii vtuu. 'lrt, l.int nu4 Acrlslestt INSURANCE AGENCY s Nllirii A DKUIt. MAUK:T bTUKKT, tel'NUl'UV, lA. (t)Mf.lK HKfhMKNTKli. K. JtuiitiMU, J'U!l.MpLU, A-U, i,7a,V fcTtilu:. N..v.k, 1.1 hi. A.mric.4 " " , UnlUrJ. " ' ,r,rH.iK ;; M IliUuU 4 Mi" I..' SUINBUBY Ttnrllslaocl in 1H40. PRICE 91 H IN ADVANCE. totth attlt flcstimronts. LA PIERRE HOUSE, Broad and Chest nut sts., Philadelphia, J. B. BUTTER WORTH, Proprietor. Terms per day, 93.60. April 15, 1871. ly XTNION HOTEL, THOB. FOTJLD8, Sr., J Proprietor, Hhamokln Stroct, Trcvorton, Northumberland county, Pa. The table Is sup plied with the best tho market affords. Good stabling and attentive ostlers. Jan.21,'7l HOOVER HOltSE, Third Street, at the depot, SUNBURY, PA., W. Rbksb, pro prietor. Warm meals served up nt all hours. Fish, Fowls and Game. Fresh Oysters con stantly on hand and served in every style. Tho best of wines and liquors at the Bar. tSTFamtllos will bo supplied with oysters done up in any style, by leaving orders nf the Bar. Nov.5,'70-ly. NATIONAL LAGER BEER SALOON, ON THIRD STREET, NEAR TUB DEPOT, BUNBURY, PA. JOSEPH BACHER Informs the citizens of Sun bury and the public generally, that he has opened a LAGER itEER SALOON at the above place. The best of Logcr Beer, and Malt Liquors will be kept. Also Oysters, &c., constantly serv ed up to customers. NATIONAL HOTEL. AUGUSTUS WALD, Proprlotor, Georgetown North'd County, Ta:, at the Station ortho N. C. K. W. Choice wines and cigars at the bar. The tablets supplied with the best the market affords. Good stabling and attentive ostlers. ALLEGHENY HOUSE, Col. C11A3. KLECKNER, Pioprietor, Nos. 813 and 814 Market Street, Above eighth, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2 per day. Ho respectfully solicits your patr'ennge. WASHINGTON HOUSE, C. NEFF, Proprietor, Corner of Market A Bccoiid Streets, opposite the Court House, Sunbury, Pa. . May28,'70. HOTEL A RESTAURANT, ' 1 THOMAS A. HALL, Proprietor, Sunbury St., west 8HAMOKJN, PENN'A. Meals served at all hours, at Bhort notice. The best of Liquors at the Bar. The Table Is sup plied with the best and latest In the markets. At tentive servants.. Terms modi rule. Patrannge solicited. HUMMEL'S RESTAURANT, LOUIS HUMMEL, Proprietor, Commerce Bt., SHAMOKIN, PENN'A. Having Just refitted the above Saloon for the accomodation of the public, is now prepared to serve '.lis friends with the best refreshments, and fresh Lager Beer, Ale, Porter, aud all other matt oners. j J. YALEK'S"" WINTER GARDEN AND HOTEL A'os. 720, 723, T24 A 727 Tint St., PHILADELPHIA. WINTER CaTdEN HOTEL, (on the ecropeak flak) Centrally located, connecting with all tho City Passenger Railway Cars, from all the ' - Depots in the City. Excellent AccoiritnodatlonM Tor Tra veller). Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concerts every evening in the 8umincr aud Winter Garden. , ,, "OnJicstrioh Concert Evsry Aflcrnxu.& FINE LADIES' RESTAURANT THE BEST OF REFRESHMENTS SERVED. Office of J. Valer's Fountain Park Brewery, iuue 4, lS70.-ly. 'Boots and Shoes! RONY DROFFNER, . . Third Street, above Market Street, Sunbury, Pu., Is prepared to niauufuciure IJOOTS AND SrVOES of everv description at the shortest notice. All bis stock is of tho very best, which Is made up in tho latest city stylo at the most reasonable terms. Repairing done neatly and promptly. The public are invited to call and examine his stock aud workmanship licfore purchasing else where. RONY DROFFNER. April S3, J871. LIQUOR STOIC EI rllnlRTIAV NF.FP. Second Street, opposite tho Court Jlouec, 8UN- ULUI, i -v., Resiectfully Invites the attention of Retailers and, others, lint he has on band, aud will con stuntlv keep all kinds of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Consisting of Puro Brandies: Coguiac, Cherry, Ginger, Rbehelle and Otatd. Whiskies: Pure Rye Coppcr-lbtllled, Monon gahela, Apple and Nectar. PURE HOLLAND GIN 1 Wines: Champagne Wine, Sherry, Tort and Claret. Crab Cider, Champague Oder, N. E. Itnm, Browu Stout and Scotch Ale. . STOMACH AND BAR BITTERS, Aud all others Liquors which can bo found in the city markets, which will bo sold at Whole sale and Retail. Every article guaranteed as reprenentt'd. Also, a large lot of DEMIJOHNS and BOTTLES, always ou hand. t- Orders promptly attended In, and public putrouuge respectfully solicited C NF.FF. 'Sanbury, July 3, 1809. ly. HARDWARE STORE, J. II. Conley, fc Co. MARKET STREET, 8U5URY, FA., HAS received a new assortment of all kluds of Hardware, Cutkry, Mechanics' Tools, Ac., of all descriptions. Also Wagou Maker's Mate rials, nubs, Ulius, BKk.cs. aiso, an aiiiua l-.ih... ft.r Kluwuiukur's Miid Huddler's. Everv- thing lu the Huruwure Uuecau be found which will be sold as lu as can be boiiglit ol any o.hur establlshuiKUt la the cuuutry. Call aud their stock. Huubury, Dee. 1 1, IWJ. roa bale. fflV VALUABLE LOTS ou Iks corner uf X BVcoud aud I'hesluut streets, lu I Us Bo rough ol Bunbury, ou kit It ture are rs led a laigu datllliig Uuuse, ai. tins ana ouiuuimius, 1 bo kutesleadt luU uf itua Bellas, die d. Also, a Lot ou Markol street, lu ths Uurouaa if Huukury, ou alilcli thvrv are 4elllul swum, Uble aud oulbuUdiiigs. luUlr al lbs i.ltus of Ktb. II, lHT.-f. AdmluUtratu o to f io icr uay.iS' jwsTa wltaeugaK tu our usw butiusw uuks fiuut i to lit) mt day lu laclr own lucaUlUae. full par. ll.-uLws aud Instrualuus muI Uv "" 'IkiwalB u4 of poriuaiwut, ptuUUbla wuiK, lUuuld sdtiie al ou'. fultimitd, lUUie. ApiU i x I art.--But. J TI1UM.II Dt-flt. T tuuite sWcuud sUfod, aU.c I Waul, F tiatlua lust iut4, Urge sud wU C mUiu4 Wi 4 lMW u4 luuwtu. t .1J-4II.SS, ul tliuU s)lt u HiiilUl., 5 Aiu,JUHk.Mituts, UiuaU, Kus., w sl.ts, litu Li., As , 4., 4ul bMb, La Mill M.11 IMI 1L4.U tuM lull. v. slkWA&r likl'L V, U ttut a IM fcjutb autt4 t4lMt t, BUB lUsM UkfUI- I. M, Istt.-eu.. til i ALfATia -4 e Wet hl4jf, Wu 1 LI . A I IJ...I. :l l ' lA SUNBUllY, PA.. 8ch S.bbfrtiscntfnls. LIFE and FIRE AND Marine Insurance Agency OF Near the CornT Ilduss, Scnbury, Ta. COMPANIES REPRESENTED. 1 ! METftOPOLlTAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of NEW YORK. Office 819 Broadway. Assctts In proportion to Ltnhllltles larger than any other Company. Examine the merits of this sterling Company. Its Registry Systom, and Division of Profits. Ti. M. YODER, Special Agent, Sunbury, PA. ANDES , . Insurance Company, CINCINNATI!, OHIO, 118 West Fourth Street. FIRE AND MARINE. Cash Capital, - 91,000,000 OO. J. B. BENNETT, Prcsldcut. J. H. BEATTIE, Secretary. J. J. BERNE, Supt. of Agencies. Applications for Insurance promptly attended to. L. M. YODER, Agent, SuNbury, Pa. Pottsville Fire. Insurance COMPANY. LOSSES PliOMPTLY PAID. F. ALRTADT, President. FRKRICK. HAESELEY, Secretary. L. M. YODER, Agent. Sunbury, Pa. ALPS INSURANCE COMPANY, or ERIE, PENN'A. Cnh Capital, $250,000 OO. HON. O. NOBLE, PbesideNt. JOHN P. VINCENT, Vice President. M. RUSH WARNER, Secretary, II. W. NOBLE, Treasurer. S. S. SMITH, Special Agcut. DIRECTORS. Hon. O. Noble, Hon. J. P. Vincent, ft. Ilnrtlcr, ('apt. J. S. Richards, James H. Neil!, F. 11. Gibb, 11. W. Noble, Hiram Daggett, Richurd O'Brien, Hon. G. is. Delnmatcr, II. S. Bouthurd. John W. Hammond, John Fertig, llou. S. Marvin, Win. is. Btcrrett, Henry Rawle, (i. T. Churchill, C. Euglehart, C. M. Reed, Jr.. dipt. D. P. Dobbins, L. M. YODER, Aenl, Suxbuuy, Pa. WYOMING INSURANCE COM PANY, WILKE8-BARRE, PENN'A. Auuetit, Jan. Int. 171, 9210,608 12. CHA8. DORRANCE, President. L. 1). SHOEMAKER, Vice President. R. C. SMITH, Secretary. L. M. YODER, Agent, Suniii'ky, Pa. iETNA Insurance Company, HARTFORD, CONN. Ah-la, . . tS.7M.S5 Oil. L. J. lleudee, Presideul. J. (iooduiow, Bec'y. Win. H. Clark, Ass't Sec'y. L M. YODER, Agent, Si'Mui uY, Pa. WUXIAMSPORT VIUE IKbt'lt-VNCB CX)MPAX Y, WILLIAMBPOUT, PKSN'A. luouruutaLMl l6S. , (Uk Capital, IIUU.UuO. JOHN WIHTIt, PlUt. It. W.TUOMIIio.N, eWjf. Tka Ovlilaal IJaalalas; laiBy r Mef Itaatsk. Kry falky Imu4 ! tkl I'wuiiwuy lusuue BtfaUMt 4UM by i.lbiuutf f " Mstawui 0 4i, trait 1st, J7I. (salukUhk. Jiiatifcj l uk IU (MUdS Uf lMlt, I ' ' U UW M lUU WitSs, nt l.u usi atM 1 uli!.i.U. ii,lw4M , t ItKWa 41 laluUe I1U, Veil lWi, t.nUl Witt 4, U r-"t4 tuiM. u vi. yoi'ku. sittl m aat, nt, 1a. AfiUII, IvwTur. eibyT? u mocpt worrier. ,vwfuiT iincnr? u itTpTpt worrier. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 10, 1871. BALTIMORE LOCK UOSlITAX. D R. JOHNSTON, Phvslclnn of this celebrated Institution, has discovered tne most certain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy In the world for nil DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, A flections pf Kidneys and Bladder, Involun tary Discharges, Impotcncy, General Debili ty. Nervousness, Dysnrpsy, Languor. Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of tuo J lean, ...limiuny, lrcmmings, . LMinncss of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of tho Head, Throat, Nose or .Skin, Affections of Hvct, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels these terrible Disorders arising from tho Solitary Habits of Yeuth those secret and solitary practices ruorfl firtul to their victims; than the song'of 8yrens to the Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant hojics of anticipations, rendering marriage, &c., impos sible. IOUNGMEN especially, who have become the victims' of Soli tary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young men of the most exalted Talents and brilliant Intellect, who might other wise nae entranced listening eenates with the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstacy the living lyre, may call with full coutldunco. MARRIAGE. Married Persons or Young Men contemplating mnrruige, aware of Pliyslcul Weakness, (Loss 6f Procreutive Power1 Impotcncy), Nervous Ex citability, Palpitation, Organic Weakness, Ner vous Debility, or any other Disqualification, speedily relieved. Ho who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may religiously confide In his honor as a gentle man, and conlldcntly rely uon his skill as a Phy sician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS,, . Impotcncy, Loss of Power, immediately Cured and full Vigor Restored. .This Distressng Affection which renders Life miserable and marriage Impossible is tho penalty paid by tho victims of Improper indulgences. Young pcrsonBare too apt to. commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful conseqeuces that may ensue. 'Now, who that understands the subject will prctcftd to deny that tho power of procreation Is lost sooner by those falling Into improper habits than by the prudent 1 Besides being deprived tho plcnsnrcsof healthy offcprlng, the most serious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind arise. The system becomes do ranged, the Physical nnd Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Proercatlve Power, Nervous Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, Imliirestion, Constitutional Debility, a Wasting of the Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death. A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS. Persons rrducd In health by unlearned preten ders who keep them trilling month after month, tifking poisonous nnd injurious compounds, should apply immediately. ' 1K. JUllABTiUH, Member bf the Royal College of Surgeons, Lon don, Graduated from one of tho most eminent Colleges in Hie United Stntcs, and tho greater part of whose lfo has been spent iu the hospitals of London, Prls;': 'Philadelphia' fed elsewhere, has ellected Some of' the 'most astonishing cures that were ever known ; many troubled with ring- lug iu the head and ears wlicu asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed nt sudden bohuiIs, bnshflilness, with frequent blushing, atteuded sometimes with derangement of mind, were cured immediately. - TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all thoso who have Injured themselves by Improper Indulgence nnd solitary habits, which ruin both body and mind, untitling tlicm fur either business, study, society or mar riage. These arc some of tho sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness 01 1110 mien una Limns, rains in tuo Buck nnd Head, Dimness of KU-M, Loss of Mus cular Pewer, Palpitation of the Heart, Dysiiepsy, Nervous Irritnlmfty, Derangement ol LMtreslivu Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Con sumption, &c. Mentally The fearful effects on the mind are much to bo dreaded Loss of Memory, Con fufiou of Ideus, Depression of Spirits, Evll Forcbodlngs, Aversion to Society, Self-Distrust, Lore of Solitude, Timidity, &c., ure some of tho evils produced. Tuoi'Sands of persons of all ;oi can now Judge what Is the catuteof their declining health, losing tneir viger, necouung, wenK, pule, nervous and emaciated, having a singular apeamuco about the eyes, cough and Byuiptoius of consump tion. YOUNG MEN Who havo Injured themselves by a certain prac tice indulged in when ulone, a hnblt frequently learned from evil companions, or nt school, llio effects of which are nightly felt, even when asleep, und If not cured, rcuders marriage Impos sible, und destroys both nilud aud body, should apply Immediately. uui a pity inut a young man, tne nope 01 lis country, the darling of his parents, should be sniitehea from ull prospects und enjoyments of life, by tho consequence of deviating from the path of nature aud iudulgiug iu a certain secret habit. Such persons mi st, tefore contemplating MARRIAGE, -reflect 1 hat a sound mind and body are tho most uccessury requisites to promote connubial happi ness. Indeed without these, the journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage tho prosivet hourly darkens to tho view the mlud L'ccuiues shadowed with dcspulr aud tilled with tne melan choly reflection, that the Yutpplucss of another becomes blighted with our own. A CERTAIN DISEASE. Whcu the misguided uud imprudent votary of pleasure tlnds that he has Imbibed tho seeds of this painful discusc, it too often bivnpens that an ill-timed seuse of shame, or dread of discovery, deters him from applying to those who, from cducatlou uud resctubillty, cau alone befriend hliu, delaying till the constitutional symptoms ol this horrid disease make I heir apeuruuec, such as ulcerated sore throat, diseased uose, uocturul uilua lu the head and limbs, dimness of sight, dcufuess, nodes ou the shiu bones and anus, blolctiea ou tbo head, face and extremities, pro gressing lth frlgbiful rapidity, till ut last the imlale of the inuulh or the bones of the uose fall lu, aud the victim of this aful disease become a horrid object of commiseration, till deuth puts a period to his dreadful sintering, by sending him to that L'udlseovuredCouutry from wucuco uo truvellcr returns." It U a uiiluueholy fact thai thousauds DIE vullins to this terrrble dlsause, through fulling Into the huuds of Iguoraut or unskillful PRE TENDERS, who, by Hie use of I but deadly Pol sou, Mercury, ike., destroy the constitution, uud lucuible uf euriug, kwi the uuhuppy sulterer utoulii after uioiiiu taking their uuxkius or iu Jurkoae cwmpouuds, and luatead of being reslorwt to a renewal of Lire Vigor M Mappluoss, lu dee iwlr leave blm ilb ruiurd Ittultb to slU over Lis galling disappointment. To such, then. lorn, Dr. Joumstom pledge him self to preserve Ike most luvtolsMs bovrevv, aud trout bis eitcusits prai-tiee aud iibwrnatluus lu the great Hospitals of Europe, aud the trst lu ibis eouulry, vis 1 Kuulaud, trauve, Philadelphia aud else burs, b euabled lii olUr the luoat err Xalu, iMljf aud edot'tual remedy lu lua world lot all dUettsct of Imprudent. int. jiiiisaiov, OrnCE, NO. T, B. IttkDkKK'K kTUEKT, kUtvmuue, M. 0. Lt-ft baud skis Kohif fioui Ikillluuue stiwA, a k du..is l.m tU toiuj. fall Uui tuoUcncuauw aud uuuiUtr. taf.No Uture reolv4 aulcse lustpaUl au4 eutiialulug a siauip to U usd uu the r plv. !' us iuui sbuuld state mf, su4 scud a pmtMs Uf adtUltMUtcbi 4wilb)ua sut;4uus. Ibcie an so luauy I'aU'f, DMlKuuif sad Wuithlwe luiHttvre sJisilulug ibwwss-lvve as rtilstelaus, tilHiua Ub au4 lulutus the lealtb uf all tw auluttuuateil UU lutu tkwtr r"'i that l. Juhustu 4m um It utvvmft W m) m iMkll) tutuuse uuvualutc4 uk Wis icfuM tUMi tuat bu l'ii4.utUU ut plplvAuee elst babjf lu b U) ulhi e. usiMmabimnroriUirura. V luebf tbuusauds SBi4 at Ul sWtablk. Is.Mi, tsef aRa !. 4 lb Ssawiwn nUbi uiktw, bunU jtfcw-l I) I. ,ULu. BttiMs4 b Ike r" bUh W lb S4 a4 UjUU lfHi "J BbUlt U ppas4 ssstu e.UUlweibe uMu, ImuU If 4i4 m siej U aMUI B4 iw.jfcMitittf, Is uV.et U tb BHiwbM. kblM UfaCliM amua? U HID. rsbiMii l icil.-rt. A MTOTf! A 1 nAUIOW AKD PVTIIIAM. Intjcrlbcd to the order, "Knight, of I'jtblM." The story of Damon and Pyiliias, which form tho subject of the following poem, is uuuumcbs lauiiuui iu an, unu can oe uriully told as follows : Damon and Pythias were two PythaRO rcon philosophers, natives of Syracuse, on the island of Sicily, and lived about 400 years before Christ. Pythins is said to have been a soldier, while Damon was a member of the Assem bly, and both were fast friends. Dionysius, tyrant of Syracuse, had con demned Damon to death on accouut of his resisting the usurpations of his reign. His friend, Pythias, hastened to his side and interceded with Dionysius to grant him a respite of six hours, to take farewell of his wile and child, who lived outside tho city, and offered to take Damon's place in tho prison as hoBtago for his sure return. Tho tyrant granted this request, nnd Damon, mounted 011 a swift steed, hastened to take farewell of his family.: While thus engag ed, his servant kills his horse, iu order to suve his master's life. Damon, finding his steed powerless to convey him back to his prison, etorw a passing horsemen, dis mounts him, and hurryinir forward with great rapidity, arrives just as his friend rytiims w leu out to oe executed in his place. His timely anival stops the execu tion, and, on account of this distinguishing mark of friendship, both are saved, while Dionysius implores them to allow him to share their friendship. In ancient days of Greoce renowned There lived two knights iu friendship bound. A statesman, oft within its walls, Onu trod the 8euatc's stately halls. The other sought the cause of Mars, ' And fought his country's glorious wars. That wed to stato, and this to field, Yet deeper love for each revealed. Thro' 6traugo vicissitudes of life, 'Mid foreign aud domestic strife, Through which they with their country passed, Their lore grew stronger to tbo lust. Their natures met with mutual glow, As rivers join uud mingling now 1 Shnrlng each others hopes and fears, 1 Their lives, flowed ou thro' changing years. j Their homes were 'mid Slelllus's hills, Where lofty ..Etna uwes uud thrills Where Syracuse, with lofty towers, Sits Empress of the sea girt powers, Wlicro Grecian armies learned to fear Tho bruve Sicilian's wurlike spear. And long In story and In song, The muse shall Pythias' name prolong The hero of a deed as grand As ever graced the heroic land Who nobly as a ransom gnve Himself, tliro' love, his friend to save. Who on that fatal platform stood, As proud as ever monarch could. Pcforo the beadsman and the crowd, With luce unmoved, with lorin unbowed, 'Waiting that word which like the knell Of death, the fatal work would tell. How swiftly beats tho'hurrled breath, Whcu treading on the verge of death I When all tho years 'of life combiue, And ceuter in one moment's time, And hurrying seconds swifter roll, To quench the light witbiu the soul. Thus Pythias stood upon the brink Of fate, but not with fear to shrink Theworld dissolving from his sight. Seemed sinking into endless ulgbt j One pang, one thought still hovering nigh. That iu one moment bu must die. But lo 1 along tho distant speck is seen, That winds arouud Epipolic, A dim, a distant speck is seen, Emerging from the woodluud green. Neaier and nearer still it moves Until a horsemuu's iorm.it proves. It sweeps a way the twilight shade, And bounds o'er mountain aud (uro' glado, As fleet as famed Camilla's flight, It speeds uloug the verger of uight , And ncarerasthe form appears, ' 'Tut Dumon I' uud a thousaud cheers Ring out upon the air arouud, Till licaveu bath echoed buck the sonud. ' 'Tls Damon !' loud und louder stll! The echo rolls from hill to hill I Old Syracuse I thy battered walls Repeated uo'er such tbuudcriug calls, E'vod when Demosthenes had tried To itvel their historic pride. Just on that awful verge of doom, Whcu life stood puuslug o'er the tomb, In dread uncertainty of mid Came Dumou ou the wings of wind 1 And I'ylhlus saved from death that day, Still lives, still lovus lu other clay 1 Aud uiauy a Dumou saves from shame Thro' Anyas who take bis houored same. Tbls deed, so uoble aud so great, lirave iyAnj A ijo commemorate I Aud may the Order still txpuud, Like lionets upou the desert luud, L'ulll the wilderness rejoice, Aud smile with blossom of It choice, And all mauklud lu uulon meet, Fraterual love aud filuudshlp sweet, Aud like the needle aud the pole, A tuuguel draw lug soul to soul. tii9fcUanrous. v T1IK LONT CAl ajt. A lull atefvorl ofjiTir. !! Me;l lis AMMalU.-BMMiahaal villi lilist ll on"- Iborikwrai !.. I hr. Is) Ussrls, "ImI lUvlr iNlt-rlovlO" lo BMnslkerai Trllrj oad UesM-U. Wa Uva a full rvport, slven ly Initio. emlto auihoray, of Jell'. IbAVU' aiHajtU at Augusta, liav., ou Ihutaduy uifhl last, Ut lich uau of I'm Uwt C'auw aud iu dtilwiua ul loyal sduiiuu'itl iu Um NoilU aud Ihu houth. To llio lu tlw Noilh. ir any llwra U, w Uo bultvva thai ihu old rvUelllou smril lu ll-J boutU U crtuuwd. aud urga Uust lor that rutauu bytfuuta should u byfiiuus. aud Omi fwuilutu Udtra all U psudutuxl kud nduiUUMl walHuarUlilaftud puvl. bjUu; luilLiUid by their trvaoiu, Ittla siIL.U U auUuitud a. tsoilby of tuuia lhaj liasii.a- eou.iataU..u, wllft lua wuiiaO Liil uVUvntd lu lU wustuoa U . ..1 .1.- ,.11 iudiuiutiui "Ib-mutrullt" HUaJuaU UiUs, u4 b luuui luudly 'lly rrsvud au4 rvV-t;lUui of (ioM.tol U tlutll ,Uft lwu ll t,Uii wihso lua latufia ul Uu;iu, aud lUI tUl aiu(tUiUUua.uUu, ft b- tut U?u - w a"4" uu; Zi&l U.ul4lu tU4a ul w U,)LJ U U4 U lua UaatiW. ul lua Jl t 8 ( New Nrrlta, Vol. S, No. Ifr I Old Serln, Vol. 31, No. is. great Revolution. It was in this city of jiujjunin-luie uucient 01a town upon the banks of tho Savannah that my father, then but a mere boy, camo to join the itevoiuuonary iorccs, ami enlisted beneath the American Bag. I am proud of my father, and proud of his Stato. If It In a crime to feel proud of this sire to glory in his devotion to tho causo of tho right to reincmuer wuu exultation ins services In defense of liberty, then, my friends, it is also a crime to oppose a despotic centrali sation ot power ana uptioiu the right of a Stale to withdraw from a voluntary com pact entered into only for the preservation of the freedom of them all. If this is a crime, then am I criminal.-and it is tho only oll'enso of which I hnvo been cuiltv. I repeat, Georgians, that I claim to be of Ueorgta descent, ana 1 glory in my lineage. Although the distinguished gentleman who welcomed me to your city, with words so kiudly and so eloqnont, has said that you pay a tribute to me by your presence here lo-uight, 1 cannot thmk that ho wos correct in this remark. It Is not a tribute to mo individually, but because you feel that I am one of yourselves that you come to do me honor. And while I nm fully aware of tins tact, ao not imagine that 1 leel at all uiortiiied at it,or that my vauity Is wound ed becauso you honor me only as the rep resentative of your case. That cause Is dear to mo more precious even thau life (applause) and I glory iu its remem brance. Just here let me sav to vou that ! well know how every utterance of mine is seiz ed upon by the organs nnd members of a certain faction. I urn well aware of the eagerness with which every word of mine is caught up, and the ingenuity with which it is distorted and used in furtherance of designs upon my people, and hence I dare not speak to you as 1 desire. My heart is full to overflowing, God knows, but I can not speak. Manv memories of tho past nre struggling in my Dram, uut 1 must oe silent. Though 1 must not speak, it is no fear for myself which commands my lips lo be closed. No ; I have been punished for my crimes, and have experienced tho worst which could be imposed. In the cant language of the day, punishment with' mo is "played cat. " The worst that can be done has been done, and I have no more to fear. If I speak it is not myself but vou who would bo injured, for. uufortunately, additional wrongs can yet bo heaped upon you. Therefore, if I claim merit for any thing, rt will bo lor keeping silent. My simplest words may work you harm. If I say, "Good night, my friends, go to your homes," and a Congressional investigating committee happened to be within hearing, its members would say that I directed you to go oil' and join tho Ku Klux. Laughter and applause. J Filled with that jealousy which springs from the knowledge of their inferiority, and the justice of your preten sions, and conscious of broken covenants and a violated Constitution, they mistrust every movement, and tremble with fear when they think that right may again pre vail. Applause. But wrong cannot al ways bo triumphant. I will say nothing, and you must do nothing, even though tyranny oppresses grievously npon you. i'orbear for a season, and a day will come when all will be yet well. I may not, nor may some of you live to see it, but it is surely coming. Applause. He who reigns above and lives always will see that Justice is done, lie will not alllow the wicked to always remain in power, nor tho righteous to be oppressed. Wo can wait until that day comes, and in the meantime, be quiet, 'lis an old and wiso saying that a good bitinz dog never barks much. If we wait patiently, a sense of justice will return to the people of the United States, or an opportunity will come wuen our rights can be gained, and not only our rights the rights of the South but tho rights of all the people ; tho rights which were fought for nnd obtained at the point of the sword in tho first revolution. Applause. But though I cannot and should not speak, I fear that where the mind aud tho heart are both so full I will not bo able to restrain my words. I cannot think one thiug and say another, nnd unless tho honest emo tions of my soul can be expressed I do not care to speak. 1 thank you, gentlemen, for your kindness, and feel deeply toachetl at its exhibition. May God foster nnd preserve you. If ever the day comes whon 1 cau speak freely, I will bo among you and say to you all that is in my heart. Till then farewell, olid may tho great God bo with you always. Applause. Women la Mckuenu. In no situation, aud under no circum stances, does the femalo character appear to such advantage as whcu wtUchiujt beside a bed of sickness. The chamber of disease may iudecd bo suid to be the woman's homo. Wo there behold her in her loveliest, most attractive point of view firm, without Do ing harsh ; tender, yet not weak ; active, yet quiet ; eeutle, patient, uucomplaiuiug, vigilant. Lvery sympathetic feeling that so peculiarly graces the femenino character is tlicro called forth ; while tho nativo strength of mind which has hitherto slum bered iu activity is roused to its fullest energy. With uoiseleas step sho moves about tho chamber of the invalid her listeuiug car ever ready to catch the slight est murmur ; her quick, kiud glauco ever ready to iuteprut iho muttered wish and supply the half-loinied wauL bhe smoothes with careful baud tho uneasy pillow that supjioru the athitiK.-head, or with cool haud smooths the levert d brow, or irrorter to the glutud aud parch in a lip the gnilelul draught, hanpy If she meet 0110 kind glauco lu payuicul lot btr labor of lovtj. Hers, too. la the low-wblpcred vtsloe, which breathes of life aud hope, uf health lu sUira for happy days to come 5 ot tellaof of belter aud ul ueaveuly real, where uel llier Borrow uor dlawtaecau come, hero Iho daik power uf death shall uevvr luoro iiuvs domiuli'U over the frail sulli nut'. IbIiIiih thty. Through Die dim, silent wait Il ea ul the uight, wheu all around aru uu.lud lu UxS ill hers lu keep loiif visi'la, aud lu hold cutuiuuuiou wuu her Gud, aud ! ujutly UlV up Iwr heart iu urunt pta)er lor ilut obunaili'U ufa life lor which oha would theetiully aacrilki-o Iwr uwu. Aud wu wuuuakhauslad ualuia tiubs It) brief rviaiBO. lurgutruhteM la dmiad. tveu lu sUau ha auvuia awaka lu this uua ureal ob- til of Ur tare. Mt sUrU aud raiaia trout r slumbers, raiwa Iwr head, aud aaUht with divauiy ) lua Ueo Imi bjvsa, Uau iukaa4lu to ivBl, lu sUrl w uh ihtuu U tUk ul JisUul aouud, wbUU Muvil had m4 uuisvatu, uf uuly r4 a it lullaby lu lur s-l al1 A t.ftri.ftiN. Waru.4 tu lha uil.iu ul BuvUtl vuatutut, was aa4 ftal M Ua ioulu4ul IhatuaUitu uf ws.liuij au uU U aiur il U4irw4 vuib. lky sUttuulUliiu. fcoui U. luluduabj lUl lUtUutsuluiatruwouy i 'f Ji.ii)(. 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Almost a year ago a party of froUck some young lads and misses in Tarls, wh6 were left a little too much without parental observation, went upon some sort of a "time" together, and for wont of any more exciting sport, tho whole parly concluded to get married secretly. 1 which their ac cordingly proceeded lo do. Being "o'er VOlintr to lliarrv vet nftpr thn wrmnnnr which was strictly private, they all pro ceeded to their resijecUve homes, and the act uio not transpiroMinUsjIatcly. As they all belonged to very Respectable families. me ocourrence lias excited a good deal or remark in the little town. Tho whole thins is a -sad. commentary upon the uncontrolled intercourse of vounir nconle in soma narts of the country, and the laxity of clergymen in performing such-ceremonies without the knowledge or conaen t of parents. The Spawn of Fisn. Some f3sh deDo- sile their eggs on stones, brush, or ncruatto plants, tho ova ndhering by. a glutinous substaneo which surrounds them. Others, as the salmon family, txcavato their nests on gravelly beds in running water, cover their spawn, and leave it to the care of mo thrf nature. Some, such as the stickle back, the sunflsh, tho black-bass and oth ers of the perch family, build nests and -stand guard over them. Gibers, including some species of Siluridae, known as catfish, have a parental caro for their young, and lead them about .as a hen does her chick ens. ; ' ' The time occupied in hatclilnrr tho spawn of the salmon requires from 40 to over 200 days, occording to the temperature of tho water; while tho spawn of the shad in wa ter at 77 degrees, hatches in 52 to CO hours. Tho number of eggs produced bv different species vary fts widely as the time of incu- 10,000 to each pound of its weight ; while a good sized cod-fish gives 1,000,000, a her ring 40, to 50,000, and a live-pound shad 100,000. , But a small per cenlage of ova produces fish, as it is food for fishes, aud other aquatic animals. If all the ccas pro duced were hatched, and the fry arrived at maturo ngc, seas, rivers and iases would be so full of lieh that they could not be na vigated. TlTEHE is a. mnml tniirlit bv tbo follow ing conversation which needs to lx. reamed uy many lathers. Batd a little tour-years-old. "Mother, father won't be in Heaven with us, will he?" "Why not, my child?" .uccuse ne can't icave tue store. DTSPErSIA AND VlNEQAR. A8 800n5 food reaches the stomach of a hungry, heal thy man, it pours out a mi id substance, called gastric juice, ns instantly as the eye yields water if it is touched by anything bard; this gastric juice dissolves the food from without inward, as lumps of ico in a glass of water are melted from without in ward. If, from any cause, the food is not thus melted or dissolved, that is indigestion or dyspepsia. Vinegar, in its action on food, is more nearly like the gastric juico than any other lluid known; thus it is that a pickle, or a little viuegar, will "settle the stomach" when sonie discomfort is expe rienced alter eating. umorns HItrtcC5. A Fisn Story. "We met a boy on the Btrcet. and without the ceremony of ask ing our name, he exclaimed V "You lust ortcr been down to the river a whilo ago I" "N hy r" wo inquired. "Because, a'nicscr was in there swim ming, and a big cat-fish came up behind him and swallowed both of his feet, and wcut swimming along on the top of tho wa ter with him, and they came behind ano ther big fish, and the nigger swallowed his tail, and the nigger and two fish went swimming about." "Well, then what?" "Why. after a while the niccer Swallow ed his fish, andtho other flsh swallowed the nigger ai them." Wouldn't see it Stopped. An old, weather-beaten trapper was sauntering along tho main street of one of our western villages, on tt recent Sunday. Passing ia front of a meeting-house, for a moment ho went in and took his seat among tho con gregation. Tho preacher Was discoursing on tho text of "The shcenand tho wolves," and had evidently been drawing a contrast between tho two subjects. Said ho : "We who assemble hero from week to week, and do our duty aud perform our part, are tho sheep ; now, who, then, tiro the wolves ?" A pause, and then the trapper rose to his feet. "Waal, stranger, rather than seo ths play stopped,.! will be the wolves." Tho. preacher pronounced the bcuedictiou at ouce. .),.. ' - I One too Mas v.A fond father blessed with eleven chtldreu, and withal a very domestic man, tella this story : One after noon, busmen being very dull, ho took the early tralu out to his happy home, and wcut up stairs to put the children to bed. Being missed from tho smoking room, his wife went up Blahs to see what was goiug ou. Upon opcuiiiix the door, slid excTaiui ed, "Why, dear, w hat lot mercy's sake are you doing?" ''Why, said ho, "wit'ey, I am putting the thildivu toped." "Yc," says witey, "but ihia I not utio of our." Sure enough, he had uut one uf his neigh bor' ihildnu all undressed, aud he hart to redress It and scud It home. Alter that he loft family niatler Ut hi wile. OhikiIno Yoi Mt I.ady "Alion,' of the Harvard Advocate, viaited lbs r'rvuch r'alr, aud ihua report hi tburicuc : Young lady Mr, wouldn't you liktf .lo buy Boino tickets iu a puuih-bowl ? Alum - No. thank you, I drluk: Yituiia laiy (iiuouuauuuly) Walt, wouldu I you l.ku lu buy iiu eiais, lueu V Amu (wait a very urv luce)- Xu, thank )ou, ! timet smoke, Yuuiitf lady llotliijj ilcuc) S til, 14 offer you bouui soup U 1 thought yuu washvd I ,.'.....,-11, .... t i. .. ...,...1 ll.iu. slutukvd ol I Uia.d ai u4ndat lb d..rula . .... ... I .. Ik Iu-. .t..W KtllltVI I Hi lit uss ins m. -r ....l..l 1 1., lumur's U lu U sub libs) Ul fiuia wiMiiau1 UA W'pai aud a'-U ft l' . . . .. II . .... 1 lu. Mils tulkd uui, "I l.ik. luU, lluUid. lAUf, Jim," aud wa a'U irtouul4 i ft ituwJ uf ly thiUd tltlldlvtt. ua IU luiuvd lu Ur iit"r aud odi ' Haa )v BuyotUw " ,,fcul " waaluasUiuw bl. Utt."lvllu4lUbuoui wilu, " isl fcw.aud ftlWioftidaasusM tuUssaUWl woia a iU, U ua Vi U u " it v tbs U b4s. i "