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The Tarboro' SoutUcnuJX.
WJt BI3S3, Editorand Proprietor T . illuin Sort Ccrol.nn, nu a, ,r 01 BJuecombe County, i ts cond.ic S.'ate a. J Country at Urge, and be wil. I no niin to make it a litrenresentativ, p.re "OP v,l:icll u emena,es. .1 ihe -"" ' "icei Three Dollars a ? ' T.,, !r M3LV im apvanck. Money ma b . by -aail, at the risk oft he I'lihlisher B II.Bt-ss. . Aia. T. Wk.:.iau ocky Mount, N.C. llattleboro, K'C. BON & WILLIAMS, Attorneys at iaw. OFFICES: Rocky Mount, Battleboro and Nashville. Oflico at Rocky Mount open at all times, t BattJelxiro mi Friday. and Saturdays, an.l at Nashvi'.ie on .Mondays. Jbisiiiess letters should be addressed tc. the firm :it Uocky Mount. . CIRCUIT: Sash, Edgecombe, Halifax and Wilson 3Claims collected' la any part oi MottU Carolina. , C3Praciice in the Supreme and red rl Courts. Jan. 4, 1872. R. W. JQYNEli, AND Counsellor ILav. .Till atten.l primi'lly to sill professional folsiness entrusteil to bun. ltvlctsto Hon. Win. 11. IJiHK; & Sons., 11 deign, anil to the Cliief Justice. au I Associate ..last ices ofthe Supreme Com t of Noi t h CiroNna. Will practice in Pitt and sil.j in'mir C' llii tie, and the SnneiiH; Coin t oi the St le. liil-iness ItMtern in;iy W arMre-i-inl eit, o Oreenvil'.e r Fi'iUtitud, 1'itt Co., S. Clui:us c-oliejteil in ar.y l"! Sta t lll:lf.'27-li or ' swift gmIoway, 3 zol. o t? 111 U. N. C. Jpnx XT. White, fc.'ar O'leMiici :irr"s livi rv Stibleu. TARliti'.JO, X. C All orders in li s 1 ne promote fil e 1. jv.O-i ' ' - '. ?.;;- . . . i i .' f t'i'ro'iK; an 1 .cm '"ii'-ns1 ;S", N"': pil'j';', l.u "J", Sri-:' uiev -lid JS'i roll" I) l-i--. -if e-' v "'.l ' t':r T 'lL". .y i ; ki Dr. !"! rs V id:? n.".l.t.:v. -;'f ; ru) - ci' iitiiic ti i -:. .v--i v oi' J. i'l'lci, 'I f ,;i rcL'ti ar.-ii!M-"e fi;y-.'.c';iti, wi'liv. n e are I i :I v mi i Mit'j: ed. u , n.,s ::. :V5 -cji.- u.:ii -i t!.-- .! wins , l .-i-v.'U ;; a'i..i:!;i-ii ie-'!t. tt'i- , ti;'!''-VL- it ir i-:Ti-'i::;i ''", !' f'cr ! I vra' t ' !' ;iiu !y i")!ust m:!T r ers t i ne ii, t ?.:-. -i:ilv ii-rs.i;'.s in iode !:;' C H'O C1'i,!(ll IllTonl o p-te ii-.m'v c.i.i t - oh v. i ; l ies ni'v itcs. As (-ii-i-jr yni'"u v.i- er!-'!s'y I'-fl h !i . resjni;i-i'!,i:t v r.- : n :.s tu!i luiv cn-1 rs'i'ir tl 's n.c.licir:.-. II.it "M U ' li-'lue ' t t xiif" i-i ev of its rem i: H''V tn'-rit f'il!- fitir act (''.. C.H Kwii-,-, : i. Peii'i'a, s -.lii-re.J 1; ye-ir, 1,i-:ui,! 1 ..-.t.-l--.-. IV.'v. '!':.)". M urihy, 1). b., 1 .iiriU'i--'1. !';: :!id liev. 4. I). P-ivU. ' "; iii'it .1 .,, "cv Jersey, lit-. J. S. i -hain", ( iirpw', I"ri. Ki v. G. (I. Smlt "t isl'o 'I, Kew York. Uov. Joseph U'-v"-'s. ,s i'rel-. riiil.ide!ii.i:i, 0 tier lestimoni -il- ( r i tt Bonatoro, C"v.:n ii-:, Jik!.'. C njvss men, PliyHifi:iii. tovv. : U-l 'ri'M- ith p.imt,lilot ev,.l4iiiii;i' these i".so e-. 0"0 thoiisaml 1 Hmv. wii' l! ieM.io ! to any molieir.e P' ii--:v--e- sho .i: s e'tu:il i)!! :it ti ."er t - t,r ' i" -t !; oiH'-ii.iir' ! tu v livirjr fun-. Any jioi-soii i "'i :" i iv Jet t.-r J 's!! ' i,; ion f uf il'ction -ii'i-e r!V'ia le; s"'n'! f;n:it;li!f . It'ini'" r (lie i "' ibe' : b".til 4i lire, :'ir' eeii'ir t r'J'rnil I'toi'.ey u ;' i vrnn sitfeo .f its f:. :"' t eu e. Afilict" ! in v -. t.i iv rite t- Or. Fitl-r, I'hihiic i.i-i vu! nable alvice co.-t- li'.thin.;. Dr. A- TI. ?T:"-iair, Bpecial a-rent for dgt:c"iohe cciinty, N. C. jy.lG-ly. CU ; : J-.i ' " . ; AT't.:'c:t; '.T i.v p. mimvti'-to f'l hrt.- J'i yi. A...- :. . - . W ' A I - I i . . . Iff.in- r! l' ,-. .... ! i.;; "i ' t. .. .... r-i -r:.ut..... i t. 4 ii' : i-i .i. . . .. . C.4.. I '- .mv ..... ... , i; . , . I-r-.'"i . u ;-.:ir:i . ."' - . ' ... '! !lt- ; I. t; v,ir:c.- ...,, - 1 --; outv w:i.-r, ,.-i,..r j:,.-,.- , tii--;; ftTr pc"rf:l. -j'i..-'i 1 1 t ''itcalu con: hi. -ri.-,t "" . .hi i - ims. J'iji. 4M i,t must ,!( rnWl.J,B ; . .... .v.'Ti .i fRiiMot tlsi:r t!' 'TMlfM. i.o I... lin zrrTj.;.l tlc)o hut.iTt 1 ' .""'"I 4 f'i'Bt. lira V,.rk. with ii ii ... i .r t the prri;-.f t- o. esjirra r..t t '..ch .. j .ii f.tl..- SlJOtlloof f,- i-r,msy. ! ,;, .w..r. . i.:: s -'y pa:a m niitn will te .cat !. r-.n. Cure l.OU'i-TS. t;oi.!-.l. -iTi-MA. 5 -T Tl.:oat, iloA ;-" l':.'n(ci v 'ii'iiiMT Co:ht'-.iTt.M A K L- Irsi (.. 1 IV tA: Of muJ.'jillO. fc!.l i-.ui tin Tfc.-iuf ;a.: iivs r.- n ro '.!.! t. ! l.a I btior ilir-iMirf i. '!iim ry cun j .. A i- '.- iiUVAN .- I !1 MOM'' Ll'Vi" .,',''' ; vr b- v. JOii Tilt. FREW CM IV. V l"rnpre.i liy J f; '.RA..(.:ii.i:;," N" 214 Kiia ii-iiilrii. i'..in. rn littfiiiy. rpci irmcudi i! hth vrif ..-1icM I .nijlt-y .,f i-r-fiica iu tticv.tjr rVi. rn; in ill ewwrn f i ra,t rhart. or Jfnnui.! V. e. kui-.' e.ik hne: l-..r..;u ,,, , .,rI.u., J1L- t.ihty. nl uH Ujj pint,, tr., bf I,iwaM ar!WI.. Jr-im AbuMaad Seat HaL.tc' Vhe . vh i ; other remo.ii.- fn,l ,.n 1 J, ,o v.tn ism-.: with asi,.'p,s.i OK ucc tiytk, Jea linr Fnc, -hywrwnH ilonns U.0 pasc ii r'tiM. If.i'lhlt in es,., brj or wul b.' 3n i-roo W :iy iidlm.-. I"-.,... :!.., rent tiv iil, r"--w., ,'.('.; , c.-'i-m. on r---." f.i price by iti, i.:"o--' -.V i . ;.r ; : ii : !';.!-co-.i-. -.. r, -4- v " isliuai'rAi .;- iu-.j' .- ISTptico to Eggists. I hereby announce that I will give THIRTY CEMS PER DOEX oasli For One Hundred Dozen FrcsU lieu Kirss The game must be delivered at my Store H. D. TEEL. bepus-irn. Tai-boi-o, "T" gigggBggg. Egg .'LL! ; . . ggHgg??!!ge"''-"M"MiwM" i i i - . :7if IF-' tiliittilf VrOLITrE 49. AOV'EKTJfi.TSKSISTS. Clianmerlain & ' Rawls, TARBQUO, N. C, Practical Watchmakers AND FINE JEWELRY, Sterling Silver and Plated Wars V7EDDING RINGS &c. jip. i8-tr. ESTABLISHED 1847. k. gkskswood. red. gke:: KWOOD ' ' OEALEUS irif Silver-Were, Clocks, o 47 Maix Stueet, KO!i:(),K. VA. r- . pedal attenf.on jtiven to 1 i; ; rejii!r hi" of Mi-teiies. Clo.Us ai.d Je .ve'ry. t.ne I ! ai r Je welry mE.ie to order B. D. Brickhouse, MAXVFA.CTCRE1S Of Farm (kSpringVVagons CARTS, T21T :;s, ES.ITS, c, IEO.WAT23. STREET, j,m- 2iv Norfolk, Va. Ti? Trsts tlif Jlerlls of r.U Tlilr.gs. !i7i; Over hiriy ioid fc'iuce Uie introJuciion of I i TI.s bee-! '.rsk'il i:i crery -nr.c'v o climate, ? ilbval i.osi . very njiinnliunwntD .inieri J r ' It ;- tlio e-mc.tant couipam n :i.l iiic- I.i-'b'e frii'iu! w liii-n ni! ry aim i!u- tmy , r .,i ! si-a or iaml. ami no or. -sjou;J , v "i ..it or.r la!se or riven without it. . j ., - t! e -AlN-Kl:.I.l'.!t wrs :.; i.'tro- r .d met wtt'.i niutii extensive .i, . ,v 't .i,r.:ei:t. Ile'.i r. I'" as. '. ., , -dies i.-.e been o!Ti.-rel to t i-i!.,ie. .l iu.t one t.f them h -:s nttaui'-n able slafc-.aug of tue 1' WHY IS IT SO? Tt is t oca -10 P VH' rAIN-MLT.r what u eUii-ns to be Ro'.iver of Paiu. IT AHE UX:'jr.?ASSc3. I'vr.n nr. sr.fferir.ff froTTiITCTt7. ' r.:, . , -i,ir;v t rov-B ill a Little . u.t. r v.iil n'ln-si'in-liutly'curc yea. There is nothing to e.-i.'-.a it for Cciif . f r raps, Spasnss.Sf r?-Jr.ra. lilarrhsif. DyseuKi j, :I a th-) Bowrls, Flax. :our Sioniach, Dyspeysia, Sifk Hsadaclie, In sections of the countyy where FEVEU AND AGUE 01-evj.V.K, there is 110 remedy belt; 111 sreatcr '.iteeni. rsons travelling phould keep it by 'iiein. A few drops, in wattr, will preven! Ickiies-i or tiore'. troubles from chytiTe o. .,,1,'r r.Vrc Cholera trheu ALL othtr. llenu '.s Vail. , ,, V'ben use 1 rsternally as a Lin-i::e:-t. nn,h ; vivis quicker er.se in Bums, Cuts, Bi-nisc-s, Crv':M, Miii'sfroni Insects, mid Scalds. It r-'-eoves tho' tire, and the wound b. a like .i-.li-iarv sor.-s. 'j'hose suffering with RlliCb- vns'U, 1. OUT, or NKURALIfi A, if 1 ot a positive cure, t. evtind the I'ais-Kii.i nr. gives i'i-. ;n relief when no other remedy will. : .s instant nl'r.t frcra Atfclsrs Teeth. lry, -rv Housekeeper should keep it at, band, I'rl a wily it on he firs' attack of any i'ani. It wi i'jjivc satisfactory relief, and b.-.ve hoi.rs nfteiSennir. , . ,. 1 mi ;:ot tii'V: with vourselvi s by tcsnncc un- ... . T, .. I. C..,. o,. .1 r;-( rcnieities i.e sure ou -- r' tile-. liUii.e i'At.N-hii.ll , - nianv v.oi.u- ss ti jslruiiis are attf ranted to io so. a m me it : .) 1 t.i'i )U of this valuable me lie-He. i-iV'-nc tiij.is a 'comp inv each bottlo. i 5 els., 53 els., and $J per Zatlls T.II. GRIFFIN, Rocky FJccct, Agt. ESTABLISHED 1S11. D. MCIt.WAINE, riiANK POTTS. EOV43U OBAHAJt, M ILWAINE & CO. WHOLESALE GBOCEUS AND Commission Merchants, Petersburg, Va. TIBER AL CASn ADVAKESC MADE 1N J alleonsisnmentsofCotti.il. oet!3-tf . s. l mm k 11 DEALEnS IK FUENITUE AND Corner Main and Cranby Streets, NORFOLK, Va.' Jauy 2-ly J. M. SPRAGIN'S, CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES, &c, TOYS AND FANCY ART I C LE S. ; ; Feb. 813. m. TARJJ0V0. I AM A SOUTHKKN MAN, Ol' SOUTHERN PRINCIPLES ,T TARBORO', THE Endless Lever OH CHAMPION g0UgE MOyER i Patented Jan. 11th, 1873 50 PER COT. SAVED BY 5TS USE XriLDlNOS OF ATX KIN'DS, GIN ilousea, Quarter Houses, Cotton Serews, !.ii:tiK, .Vc., ioyed and warranted to bo done without dai.iiigp. Ail orders l'roiu tbo counties of Nash, Hai i;'ax and E;liconibe, tiliould bo tddrei-so to E ASSET'! i IU'.AMk', Mar 2(l-tf. Tarboro, . C. KTESW STOBfi Just opened in Tarboro by Dr. A H. MACNAiR.Agt. MAIN STREET. Vv'he.e vvill bi! I'ound the pmest Drugs and Cliemicals I have en;;:! r;?ii the sei viees of Jill. J:0. K. Tatloii, ..I Uieliii.ouil, V:l. A thoronph !)i nirui&t :iml I'hai ni:u entit, who having h:;il a praetieitl experience of sevenieeu Veiirs in l lie business, I can cheerfully je e(.i;ii..etid 1 1 i 1 1 to niv patrons and custo .ih :s ii carel'ul, M'.ie, geutlcinanly drug gist and .-uLmivui " :o: This Prnr Store is in the old bnilding lately oeenpied l y Mr. .1 . ?d . lied inond, ln'.tt!;e tvh'le luis beer. !l:ei oujrlily chiliia eil, ri ii'ivrlU'l a'ni reneivtid, and niv estals isiiii.ent ti'j.v win i'e found one oftlie I.IOST COI.IPLETE in the .Staje. In compounding of PRESCRIPTIONS the utmost care i;one lint tlm I be exercised, and PfREST lly f irmer f. ier.ds anrl patrons are respect iinly 1 "'quested t" call and exaniiue my New Stock and Ltao!isl.ment. A. 12. ri.ira.LSR, K.H. June lij-if. 0 H S3 STT i - 1 X i tt 1 1 Merchant Tailor, I; EXT DOOR TO PENDE II. G ATLIN & CO A 12 BOKO, 2. G. Southerner Jj 0tici:- TTe won id again call attention of the public generally to the superior inducements offered for executing Joh Work in the SorjTiiEnjJK.rt office. It will be done up in a stylo equal to the best ofiices iu the country, at rates as low as the lowest, mid with a promptitude on a AVe as-mre oar merchants aud business men in t; uet al, tle .t now there is no necessi ty for them to tend Xorth to huve their work printed, such as bill-heads, letter-heads, &e. Leave your orders with the iSorniKitNEis office; the same will be filled iu a manner equal to your wishes botn iu style and 'rices thus encouraging home enterprise BE XT S, Dr. L. L. Staton's DRUG STORE . You w ill find, just arrivad, a general as sortment of ... : , . ' Drugs, Chemicals. Patent Medicines, &c, Paints, Oils, Window Glass. , . . Putty & Dy Stuffs. A'so the r37gest and best selected assort ment of PERFUMERY AND EXTRA.QT3 Hair. Nail & Tootli Brushes & CflmDS ever brought to Tarboro. Liberal Inducements Offered to Practicing Physicians. - " -I mt.r.20-tf EDGECOMBE COUNTY. A D VERTISE31EXTS This unrivalled Southern Remedy 13 warran ted not to conrain a sinjr'e particle of nmrcury or any injurious mineral siilstanee, but is ; . PURELY VEGETABLE. Ft r forty years it has proved its great value in all diseases of the Liver, Bewela and Kid neys. Thousands of the good and preatin all parts of the country voecli for its wonder ful and peculiar nrjwer in piirifviiur the i'dood. I stiniulatinj tne torpid Liver a. A Uowels. and HMiparti.i hew ' Ire-s'nt-Yiir'T' -to the whole system. MJIMOXS' Llv 'ICR UKirl, LATUR is acknowledged to have r.o ee,uul as a LIVE II JI KDIOINE It contains four medical elementg never united in tho same happy proportion hi any other preparation, viz : a j;eiit!u Cathartic, a wonderful Tonic, an unexceptionable Altera tive and a certain Corrective of all impurities of th body, uch signal success has at tended its use that it is now regarded as the GH EAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC for Liver Complaint, and the painful offspring thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia. Constipation, Jaundice, Billions atsacks, hick Headache, Cohc, Depression of Spirits, 'rair .Momach, Heart Burn, Ac., Ac. !i";iilate the Liver ana prevent CHILLS and ! 1CVKR. siMMi::s' Liveu liEGi-i..,roit is mnnfact-red only by J. II. ZICIT.TX A CO., Macon, Cm., and Pliihuleli.diia. Trice 1.00 per package; s "lit l.y mai, post af;e paid, $lo4. P; epared ready for use j'l.oo and fl.oo. Sold by a I Druxi-'is's. Rewtre of all Counterfeits and Imitatio s. THE rr- iili. AND JOU; F. IVAiiDj Pro: ietor. rni-IH WINTEIl CAMPAIGN HAS A. fa.:-!y opened aiid found the tbove T7sll-IInoTn Resort ful'.v orepa-.-ed '01 the tight. as 'aeretoioie, contains all the purest kinds o IIQUOXiS. and the choicest brands of equal, if not superior, to any ever brought to 7 'ai boro. The RESTAUR AHT DEPARTnIEHT has been thoroughly renovated and improved int'jiara'ery to actio. 1. T!je TABLE will in supplied with the wry l est he nnitket attords, ind meals can be ootained at alt hours. Best FfSTi tiff daily received, and sold in qtinntitii to purchasers. A superior assortment of iUlt ncb as Sugar, Flour. I.Iolasses, Butter. Lard, Cheese. Ac, constantly on hand. My thanks are hereby respectfully tendered the puhl.c at large for pa-:t liberal em'oiuage tne t, and assur-ncc. given tnat no eF.ori 011 iy pai t will oe spared to piea:-;e in the future JOHN F. WAIID. PppPRIETOli OF t'.VK.TXOMK I!A O. ELLIOTT. JNO. VEBJIILLIOX. ..NO. T. V.aiTE Elliott & White, VUOLICSALE DZAI.EIIS IX Xi C TT O -E. No. 20 Roano!:3 Svare, NORFOLK, Va. Agents tor J. Er.mgrrdners Old Virginia jary 2-ly Rye Whiskey. TARBORO FEMALE ACADEMY School exercises will be resu:ned BIOXDAY, SEITEMBEH 29TII. Tekms Board, inchnang English Tuition, per session of five (5) months $33. i'ositively all charges payable half is ad- AJSfE. M. 1'. i'EADLK, augSS-G1 . Principal. :o : Banks & Brown, PROPRIETORS, Just opened on MAIN Se arly opposite tho Drug Store of Dr. A. H. Jlacna'ir, The public are respectfully informed that it la our intention to mane our JfEW ESTABI-SSSOIKrST first-class in every particular, and that r.o pams will be spared to (rive entire satisfaction. The house has ueen tnare-i-jimy oveuauiou and everything connco e u witn tne BAR fs new pd of the best character. The senior partner, Mr. BASKS, who has been cngaRed m the trade for a Ions number of years will have personal supervision oi the business imlilie well know that he is fully com petent to preside over a Bar. Wje Keep Ho Rooks. and none need ask for credit. We respectfully ask for a portion or public patronage. H. BANKS, . I I J. H. BROWN Proprietor Tarboro. N". C june8-if. NORTH CAROLINA, OCTOBER 9, 1873. The Tarboro Southerner. Thursiav. - Oeteber 9. 1373. ( "-jtci? eo:es londcice ou.herner.) Old Friends-Swarthmore Col-lege--Girard College Hope well Trenton Princeton New York Yale Am herst Boston Bunker Hill Corporal Punish ment Preaching Tax Figures -Ban-gorMaine State Fair Big Tree A g r i cultural College Asa Mat thews and -i Soa - ' -. wSpiritaalists " ' " SecondAdven- tists Penobscots Washington City lit. Vernon The Quiet Potgrnac Home Again Editor Southi kner, Ue r Sir : Having ju-t returned from a four wteks' t ur North, I have tjiought that a brief account of oai p' itg events might not prpve unintt;rPStino; to your rea Ters. hp trip was undertaken for the purpose; chiefly, of roaki tg observa tipnupon some of the best education al institutions of the Middle and the New Eugla: cl tat,es: but this narra tive shall Le rather of a scfcial than a scientific nature. Leaving home n the 1st instanr, I took the steamer Lota, at Ply mouth, in company with three very agreeable Louisiana friends, bound home'vard from a visit to relatives in Marti a county, and we had a ca-m, delightful, moonlight tr p to Franklin, 'irginia. Here wejiarted for opposite extremities of the Cnicn. Proceeding to Norfolk T gpent a faw pleasant hours with Judge Uiggs and family, and, in the, eyening, too:, the line steamer George Leary for Bal imore. During the Tfhol6 tour I met with no boa equal to this in either splendor or comfort. I of course visited my old friends in. "Wilmington and New Castle, Delaware, and was deeply touched at the lively and affectionate ; emem branee which th.3 teachers and pu pils and patrons of the Delaware Stata Normal Univeisity and the New Castle Inst tute seemed to re tain of me. On II13 5th instant I visited Swarthmore College, a Quaker Insti tution for bo h 83X83, situated at Swarthmore, Delaware county, Pa., on tho U est Chester railroad, and ten mil e3 from Philadelphia. Presi dent Magill received and treated me with courtesy. The main build ing is a massive and beautiful one, is constructed of rtone, and is 400 feet hrg and 70 vide, and four stpries high, and richly furnished with ar ticles of c mfort and luxury and scien tiric apparatus. There are cen male and thirteen female teachers, and one lm:-idred and fifty male and one hundred and ten female students. Forty applic nts for admission into iie college bad to be rejected this term, for want of room. No stu- j dent less than thirteen years of age ! is received. There are four college, and tnree preparatory classes. All tho students, and nearly all the teachera.reside in the same building, sit torrether in the classes, in the general study Hall, and at ' able; and a?e together freely in 'he halls a' d parlors, and upon' certain portions of the grounds between recitation hours and on holidays. The conse quence is that everything presents the appearance of the building s be ing occupied by a refined, high toned, well-regulated, hippy family, and the enect upon the character, manners, and sen larship of both sexes has been such as to satisfy the highest hopes pf the advocates of co-euueauon. xue young men oe come more elevated and manly, and the young ladies less Ir.volous and sentimental, and more earnest an i womanly, better able to understand, weigh, and value young men at their real worth, and ' be dazed by their first contact with thejii. v hoever wishes to see a lovely sight, and the beau ideal of a collegi ate school, and all the theoretical objections 'O co-education complete ly giving away before the test f practical experience, let him visit swarthmore College. The vounjr ladies are not alio we i to wear ear rings, bracelets, necklaces, or elabo rately trimmed dresses. All the students are required to take regu lar physical exercises in the open air Therg is a large gymnasium a tached to the institution ; also, beautifu grounds, of eighty acres, and a pretty sir. am near by, where the boys go bathing and boa ing. A natatorium and gymnasium are to be built for the young ladies duri g the coniing year. An interesting part of the exercises js the "Even ing Collection," at Ayiclj all the stu dents meet in fye chapel and hear the scriptures reaiH by the the presi dent, after "which follows a period of silence for prayer before retiring to rest. 0a the 6th I saw trie tastefully or namented grounds and the white mar ble buildings of Girard College, Phil adelphia. Toere are C male uud 12 female teachers, and about 500 lit tie orphan boys wl o seemed" ro enjoy their selves very much iu their health ful out-of-door BDorti. " As aiany of effersson Davis. tbeui are tukeu lroiu the lowest iUui llies, uud prove themselves uiteriy Jiuworlfey t ilie rafe privileges pUici, are oiveu then., the Institution ' i obliged occasionally to expel, and tometimes even to baud over to the House oi l.eiuge, tome of its inmate.-.. But, iu j;inerai, a d scipline of k-nJ-uess and gentltnes is used with fie best tffects; everytbina ,s made as pleasaut s possible, . rid regular moral iustrucu'ou .s afforded oa every gu ta ble occasion. Wb.L : !1 ectarian views are rigidly excluded, the sacred teaching of the Uible are iueuleated, as furnishing for Hie guidance of the pupils the purest system oi mor ds Ci: rdance with ihe views expressed by the Supreme Court of the United States iu interpreting the wi lies of 1 1 douor, as et forth in bis will. Toe arraug. mem file dilligeur, vi.tuoui. and successful students in 0oses of entitled to ceriaiu Liivil-g-.s, and oi the idle and vicious iu Workiti- Cl;it ses, subjected to eertaiu burden's, eems to produce good eit'e. ts. Oa Sunday, the 7th 1 w s wah the baptist Chureh at Hope vel', New Jersey, and also visited tiidr excellent Pastor, Eidpr Philander Uartwell. well Luowu to many of your readers, aud was pained to liud that be had been suffering very much, lor three months, with the s.'iatic rheumai im. In the allerooon I called on lis Jv II. D ggs of the Hopewell You ,.j Ladies Seminary, and was -lid to learu of her increasing palrjna-e and enlarged accom modal ions. So.' i.;.s had 27 years' experieucj mi leaching. surrounds lier pupils with esct-lhui . moral iuflueuce, discourages lre(U. m visiting and extravagant dreinj, and the ;;..! uat.s of h -r Se.i u.ary'are re tnarkahle lor iboiou-u sehul iisl,i, ind superior ncjouiplisiiiiients. On ihe 8th I visited the lar fameo 'ot mal and .Model fc'rhools of Trentot: l'liey have a veiy large boarding de partmeut. and carry on I ho co eilw a tion of the sexes with ditin-uilie(i uttcpss. Tl e best uieth.-ds of teach, icg and governmeiit are tmub', and ;rurtically illu.-trated in the .Modil .Sel.ool. 'j bo classes, p )Sed o; both sexes, lave daily e,,list l,ao it exercises of 3d minutes' du-.iti.Hi. S ace and time admouiidi me to be -till briefer in oiy descn'i t'ons. I was struck with the beamy of the lowti of Princeton, and i.s esclleui CpHege. The new Libnry 1 5 ui 1 1 n i and the Bonner (jyiunasiutu are valu able additions recently made to the e.l'o-e properly. The i.rtai-inient of t he s udy room and d rnitry lor each srudetp sa titled to m-i admirable, ind the style of furiii.-hin many uf these rooms iiowej uueouiaiou taste an I weulib. In New York I stopped at Wood ind Iloibrook's Ugieni'e Hotel, lo and 15 hulght. stre.:t, unci cli. e: iula recommetid this hou.e lor iis ub tmi ai ee of ritr,p!e aud healthfi.1 .. d, ii eieatlt parluis, an I mod, r ite ter-u-. I visited Central Paik, and tr.e gr'a' Publistiiiig JLiUses and Art- St. re in the city The schools l:ere, as in many other places, bal n o. yet com menced their est-reiser-. Tltron 'h 'he kindness of Mr. E. J. liah , 1 7 Li in av street, I made, a comparative ex'.ui i la tiou of several series uf ihe i.ist, edi tions id' so, od texi-books, i(,r tin- purpose ot diseovoring thei ive nier is. e-pec Prt-nideut Noah Porter of Ya'e C 1 !e:e jrive me permission to visit. the depai tnients i f bis am iei.l ai:d uoldi institution. The shades of the aneesiral tree- on the campus were s deep as to be almost gloomy at u.idd.iy. My attention wa-3 pecuiiaily at rneud by the imm use Dumber of perb-d eal- and new books, both l'o tin aou American, in the Lbr.m, and ilh antique Egyptian, Assyria", Jjitm, and Greek inscribe! tablets, .-peei.illv a fat-simile of the llisetta stone, b lonping 10 the American Urieut. l 8i -ciety. President Wta. A. S 'earns ,1 Am lierst referred uu; to D .Edward Hiteli cock lor inf'jrii.arioii with reird to the famous and unrivalled lApr ment of Physical Culture at hs 'ol leo. I nut with ni more pleasant and ciurleous geu'tlsinau thin Dr. Hitchcock, ia all my tour, lie nm; ifested unouted enthusiasm in tj plaining to me the operations of Ins important dapartrnent. Uesides reci t:.tins and lectures on' Anatomy, Physiology, aud Hyiene, and regular exercises in the Jiarret Gyiiinasium which nil the students are requited to itike under the Doctor's iuimdiai c - i . i. supervision, ne careiully supe; vises tlio health, phy.-ital t'efei't;, aud Inb- it of every student. He keeps statis tics o!'il;e weight and height ol each studmt. and has postrd jp in br.s gym- : i i j . uasiiini wtiai ii"aitny tneu oi vanou heights ouiiht to weii h. Pytl c I'n feasor's ii.vitatioii I attended a l'eciti: tion of one ot bis cla-s-s iu Aoaiomv and was iniicb pleased v. it h tne abiln of the lesn ncior and the t'a .rnui -css of t!.e pupils. 1 of iQ! c did not fail to see the c. lebrated phile ibieal, p-ilafouttiio-ici!, : nd uaiurai iiist.iry e.ibif.ets ol tiu eillege. 'i'ht stuffed golilia, tiie sk.letoii of the megatherium, and t;ie bead and j iw L 1' . I 1 I , i ooues oi ir.e yyr.air, ana t lie n indiau relics, were pteuii.irly toei ou-interes;- it . I was rather surpri-ed t sre tbnt the burut di-triot in lioston was not very rapi !y rebtitlditi!:. The stieets of the city deserve the r nct iety I' r i-rookedness, sbortnes-, ami foolish nomenclature. the same street bavin-: -iffereat uames at s-iort distances, and a s.reet occasbnilly losing itsei: a.ouod a corner so that it is almost impors'b e to fiod its cont.iDuatiou. We get a fine view of tbee'iy and su: roundiog country from the lop if Ducker IJill incnumen', which is 221 NUMBER 45. mgn, and ascended inside by 'Mj v - .mm oi Lj.iMiey "ran-K ..s ,.ego , js7 aijJ gu;s,led in in toe observatory the iol Ot ti":P unit, ii ..... . . " -. h'o i wo ol me ,our cannons wbieb ro ,8ti,,red the w.ole train of field artillery pOS,eiwej hy ,,)e 7.'"' m- '".I 0er,''"'tog of the Hex. outmnary Jir. Tl unj )at three feet long. The other two were taken by thePriii.l, 1 New Jersey t..o eorpor l putiisl,,, cut of M00 children is foibiiden l,y4aw; : d ihe hchool Committee , j;llMoiJ ,iavo -t rec.mtrenJed lo f,ir jj0;1M, f( yd canoe tne .same prohibiiiou O", I'.e 14.1,, 1 he,ri, , Qn Sun- I'Oet'iu a .mi ...a.iiew a c. i u.i.l His r n e "ti i. o") verses. accent m a do it it,.,.1r ,.. understand luui. Jis ,tyle, both ol though, and lanaailP,re.,..cd to u,e .Ketl.atolafihee.-ye..,-'Ids,l,oolhov r;y, f Jr.. trnai, (Jjngregut onalist, p.e.oeo i c'laMeand ulowii ter,ns. auaioM d.j endjm-e on religious forms and ceremonies M,d C'eeds and iu bc- a'i Of s( m uaht y of worship. At night. Mr. N leilt i,i1n ..f : V - JK"6 .lll,f;n Luioi 1 ' r. ... ' J..JUI1 HaP, coursed on 'M,,,-,.! ..,,! i , i-I'iiiiuai, an lyp.fcei by J'iiysical Growl h," but noted Clhist in 1 1, a rl,"..,,., .:. ... e I learned tb ,t Ji'.islot," University 'VHh us princely e..d.iw,..,,f , mtliion uol ars Jv . loot! . ail i.s lot'::r meuts to b .tl. ex."s. I ii I,,,.,,,, ,...1.:.. ... ... . --uiin-is ui was U.- "ic-.were a.uoi i j)( uio-t. in teles! iu" i'-:iiures in Mi," Bo : . n M I S ' Jill .iHi.mglou's la tuy. au nhi ! ...l,;,.Jd chool, a i i sene in Merry hand, a liugnier on a bin iiear.l,.,! I.., Daniel Lambert, 'the Si.-,,,,,,, r,';,, heiijamiu I'r.nkli.i with l.u t; - the progressive evils of imempei'aaee stand out bud-.iy, in wax, before ihe visitor. I did not visit H:irvard Uoiver- irv " it is lui miles from Poston. and tt.o ex( rcis.-s liad m.r. b,..m l ..... D 'y U'Y time wa liiuiiKj. fCOXTIXVF.D.) Tha SeDara.1 ion ,-r -o . j. w. a. cucutu and Children. We s, metiuies hear it said that, thn A mer' can reooio are 1 ff,.o.,f t.-n. i j - -iiviJv ii oiu h.irc.pea-18 ? that tbey are a home '''"'f v:tw: whereas the Kuropears, e-j.eei:.lly the Fret;ch, have uo bonus, h ive i.o word for in .nc" in their lan' uu ige, am, are forever gadding about : whereas tho Americans dj not cute lor iL-asun s that are to Le had in pubhc; beeeo for I hen), no need o; squares, " piatzis," "places," public .aniens-, p i-l;s, cu.. 'e will not dis cuss here the question vi.et.iier the 1" reiu-ii at e as domestic a people i;s the E i J &Ii a e. l.i ihe s:nct sense i..., .. i . , i . . r. ..i.jiuev iroL.io v tire nut. fir tii;:ir Ciiuiute dies not m ike it bug t''e ili'U. ssirv that. ih'V should hear! b a Heir island neighbors do; but that the love of the la o:!yis a. mue.i efe,tlrped in I'lanco as anv v.-ere in the world -thai , ij fact, to speak the traili ;uid tear not, it is rather stio:i'e- in Fiance tha'i it i. anywheto el.-e in t!u world we do ciidst powerfully and poien'ly believe, and stand ready to uive good rea-ons ior so he. ov.ng. Y,-t it is certainly Hue t!ut. ti e; spend little of the:r leisure iii;!; ie-ln-.is, ;;nd the middle lei in tiiar. i ev oocil.-s the two terms is, tiii't when tli y Lro ab: oad, the faindy, -s a in . goe 1. logetlie:. Now we "ee- I.O re;!Sl.-iS for doubting itiit Ann r'cato-, ti t! e proper nieaus wrii provided wo:ihl co ne in time to fki op .'ii air oxer isj as ti e French, a o tiu-y would o..j y as mntdi as the French enj y taking the air hither a id n oth.'i- and e'lddieo, :di together. Vv e thiol; i'. ii, i he highest degtee dc--i.-abie tiiLt this shoilibo- Cue o! t o; most pi-ob!!.-; s ) i-. ees of misery and cnine, i.. this civilized world oi ours, is tmi'i.i in the .-epilation of the ideic-tif j-areufs and ciiihlr.n. In tb:.-- respe:rt we h.vo much to learn :roi:i the Fi-euch and G rmati-, ami much to iii.kani iVom the Eug i.-b. O'lr immediate subjects lias t do with on I v on; form in it this separa tion t 'i-Z 's, hut. it- ou;l.t to be ?vri-ou-ly rtf;c:d on, ho.v many are its 1'or.ns. Iu E:i-1 iu i it begins in the Ui'-ery, ar.,1 it is fir iroui uncomriiou lor it to be . 'in aseari wiin us. Then there omes the Sumiay-sehool, aa in itistituticn with '.vhic.i thtre would be no land'; 'o did if it we;-; not to be suspect.-d teat it i coming to tal.e ; ii:. dace o( home instruction in rt ligio i a lamentable ihiug, if we ou!y knew it. That children should go away J'ri m home lo be t'Ught their siiculir siiiici has been me so ntnvcr sl, aed, is a custom so ,11 e.-tahli-h-cd, that I hrj; e is no use in akiig whetluT it be v.i.-e or no; but here ,u A'.uei ici it is o;,:y,,!,'! in ihe long li t ot sepir. lins between paret.t aid their cl.il lien. Perhaps it is mure conspicuous in ot-r amti-e Jieuts lliaa it is in li'.e seriiitis work o! ,-verv 'ay; out a fuetgsier aceusUimcd m si-ei:i mothers sliari-ig witii nurses tlie super-vis.;., u oi their c.iildriu in the ti-ii ks aud gardens ; fat her-, mothers, children and tiusses, ; 11 toucher a' the fails, and alioal ou f t - iays, and nil the himiiy, even (as i i easa of ihe wnkin- pa p!e) to he biby, etijoyinu t etl,;iue together ho.v must the foreigner in question be puzzled when he observes ihe marked separation : bat exists t.ii. ng us betwe en the eldrr people aad th; you 'ger ia their amuse ments ! XcrHiiei'x jloillh'i. A sign ia East Brocdwcy, New YTork, rends : ''New F oted and Sec-ond-Hand Boots Made and Repair ed." "Without stopping to ask'how second hand boo s can be intended for the feet, we would be i lad to know how p.ny shoemaker can make second-hand boots. A Medium tor Pur.,- Ba Commumcat; -ii . r SrACE. e f ? P t I ' inie finale, f 'oS-juan-n, : h'l-e litres, Fi u Squares, Fonr'h ohimn, ' l.ilr (loir un.. Whole (lolni)i'i. 2 3!) I ? 7 0"Hj 5 M f. J"c.i is 8 nil!l if; no 24 - HMHIU J75li:fl 140 12 5 1 2 JrOn .'-S 15 oil 25 s, on ,( W IM1 -IC ri Otl ftRlj. f, Why Hen Don't Many. It isj ve. v rii-t(iii:ny lor wri'ers of li'insile sexto a-k f then readers the (jii. snui : Wl j d-n't un a i,.,r ry " and to answer u by a Ht:itetn nt that won en are too exl ravagaut . 1 can't deny that ir s oo spord a 'jood deal oo iin irown per-oiial adnri -lio'iit, but n. i ,).,;; can believe tb-.t the, spei d more thin men do. () r hats aie clanged no olteuer, i either se we more parti, ul.tr about our l'V-s. As for the miuor gew-aw bucM -s, .-uid pins, : nd c.-aiu , mJ ruihes tep into a gei feir.eu'a fu;- msI.i. g store some day, nd theo rrq if you can ueibiieihii.out8 eost moie thao tho-e of I he sterner sex. Win litres lour oi live dollars for a strip of sdk wl icji, unheinmed, couid be put- L. asi.'u ior seventy -live eeuts f And who pay f.ihu ous price lorsletve bu -. tons wo!: liul,; dogs' beads on them. raiid.l-icwnaftft?- -(Wv brighV sin're-i iiouini ineto, unseen by a -v but ihe luuudi e.is, and fr a'l sorts of tbii-a that are n iiiore peeosa'av ban our c'latel Hue chains : mi boq-iel- t lders ? it is not our dnss thai, condemns a mm io o lish ., ,1 bae' eb.i hiiod " i is olti't.o,1. h.s own hear" his own -'- ol lenderi.ess aiid earnostip-s-. .liiosi any woman who reaily loves wmiiI tie wi;li,ig to fi il.t her way up tit ' I d ier wi h the mau of her e.hme.. Wiib him she culj tat bread and CI) ;e-e, a :d bi bannv. If Iia !,... I her as well, ie could wear calico per- i ciiiaiiy auu oe comeot. jut scarci ii i i . i . ty any man would be willing to dine 1-ss suu piuously, tq dress less elegant ly, ior the si'ke ol a wile. He does not ask her whether she could be but-, py with Inn: under any ctrcumstai c ?s. lie does not tnetiu to mairy until be is able to ireat himself to a wife who is to cost a great desl. iSbe knows I hat. What can she say? Nothing. She waits. D i ou wonder that she eomj times grows tired of Wiiltii.g, and m mies Croesus, who sue as ardent dt s jite his gouty toes ? I don't,. O.'" eoi.rsesie i.-, swrry afterward. We are almost. nU ays sorry for eveij thiLg we do. Ii she had waited until her lover rew neb, she would then have been faned. and it is tiot, Lkeiy he would have e noser, her.' it is oi ly on her bur band's breast ibat a WUUlau fadis sweetly. Jlen do not marry now as tbey used to many, perhaps though theie. are a good mauv families in t.te world fur a 1 :bu'. d;in't LJune the women! for it. Dlamc b achelor life, with us clears, bi-audy and water, flinatiotj.s, aud clubs. Plana that coinpotil.i.jn, wish other men, which would make yu blush (o begin housi -keep ing. 1:1 iiumble style, with a wife unblessed with diamonds. There are worn, u in bo ks w ho iclu-e the m iu they love, because t hey are poor. 1 never ntw one mad enough io do it in iejl life. And ii a iniu ically loves a womau and k-iows that she truly 1 ves him', he cannot but believe th it sue would be bappv in the humble.-t home lint h'j coull share with In-r. 31aky Kyle Dyllas. Anger and Enumeration- A Danbury man, named Reubens recently sxw a statement that c mut ing one hundred Avhen tempted tq spea'x an angry word would save a man a great deal of trouble. This he concluded to ad pt. Next door 1 ved a man who had made five at tempts iu a fortnight to secure a dinner of gree'i peas by the first of July, and was retarded every time by l'.eubens' hens. The next morn ing aftar Reubens made his res luf tion this man found his "fifth attempt to havo miscarried. He sa d to Reuben;- : "vVhat in tha thunder do you mean by letting your hens tear up my garden ? " Reubens was tempted to call him a mud-sno t, but he remembered his resolution. "One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, ";e., counted Reubens. "Why d n't you answer my ques tion, you nscal," roared the mad neigh' or. "Nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thir teen, etc., continued Reubens. "You're a mean skunk," said the mad neighbor, backing towards the fence. Reuben's face flushed, but he only said, "Twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-sii. " At mis uurj the u -:g;ibir gat ur on the fence in some ha-te. but sud denly th'nking oi bis peas, he opeucl bis uioUi h . ' You mean, low-'ived rascal; for tffo cents I could knock your tricked head ove a baru, aud I would "Tweuu-., ven, tweu?y-eiglu," , terru-ited llJubeiis, "! weuty-line, t bii -ty, tbii-iy-ine, thirty-two, ilnrty-tbrtq Here the neigjibnr broke fjr th house, ani criteria i , viiL-otly Biuui ti cd t Ii2 door b. hind him; but lleu-b-ns dil not (hue le. up oj the enu .injiMliof, and so he stun 1 out there alone iu nis own yard, mid kept on counting, wbi e Ins burning cheeks uid fl i-hiiig ey(-s cdutjueutiy affirmed his judgment. ; When be got uo into the eighties bis wit. came to the door in some id in , Why, lleub-ns, man, wba is th; mutter with you !" -he said. "Do com.3 in to the hiu.-e " B it be didn't let up. Fhe cams out to him, and clung treujlLugly to h-nt, but he ooly 1 oked into her eyes, and said - 'Ninety-three, nirjet,pour, niuety five, nite y-s'sx, niiictj-,even ri et ,ih', uiuttv'-uine, one hundred -.y into ihe ho-asc, , 1 . woaiau, . 1 d oast ye." Ad she.-weot. ti ; t - r ,- i- r At hi i t t 3 f i t , I li - .? M i it 4 4 f 1 j t 1 V I f r