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MIDDLETOWN, NEW CASTLE COUNTY, DELAWARE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1872.
CHEAP
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»TOREM
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARUE- AM)
JFMLL8KLKCTRD STOCK Of UOOUH
COKSISTIXU, IN PART, OF
pRf GOODS ,
fTQTJVJfs.
GROCERIES,
BOOTS,
SHOES,
HA TS,
w
CARS. I
çr WÊXSWARB,
WOOD A WILLOW WARE,
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EAR THE X 4 STOXE WARE.
,
r/S/i, MEATS,
RMAHY-MApK
CLOT lit NG,
ALSO, AOF.NT FOR
WANAMAKER Si BROWN,
And la fact «verything uiuallr kept in a
FIBST-OLASS COUNTRY STORE
All of whivti shoiiM ho pleo*r,l
to have you
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CALL AXP EA'AMIXE.
XO CHARGE
FOR 8 HOWIXH HOODS
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TERMS CASH!!!
J. F. ELIASON.
Cheap Store.
Middletown, Del.
a»r IT—tf
J. THUS. BUDD.
•rmtsfloR t«j
OSO, W. INGRAM & CO
lleken & Real Estate Agents,
CtMBR or MAIN AND ('ANN NTHRETN.
Middletown, Delaware,
ATTKND HtoMPTI.V TO THE ( nl.
IOS OK
WILL
L1CTI
NOTES, DRAFTS, BILLS, Ac. Ac.
N900TUTB lAJAh'S, PPRCHAMK k SELL
STOCKS ON COMMISSION,
And offer for «ale
Valuable Real Estate,
CdMfri«lB| tow of the most desirable Farms on
the Peninsula.
CorrMpondence by mail solicited.
Beffw by penaiaaioa te thv following named
f vatlvtntn «
Hun. R. C. Holiday, Hec. of Stats, Annapo
lis, Md.
W. R. Bergbolt, Memphis k El P»uo Pacific
Railroad, N. Y.
R. Atkinson, Hanker, 41 Hroad ft. N. Y.
How. Richard Schell, &o Wall " "
Cel. Blaaton Duncan, Louitvillc, Ky.
Gao. Bair. Adj- General, Baltimore, Md.
__Ü_iuf A Co. Philadelphia.
Gan. Robert Patterson,
.THE IMPROVED
FLORENCE.
THE BIST SBWIKtS MACUIN'E MADE.
Tktwl, McbiB* tbst nt*kf« four dilferrnt
MitchM I TW o»lr twchlcr that failrni thernd.
*aC
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lil Ml; HcUu that will ntovr the work in
M f dlractioa itaalnd I aud thv uni y tint, hin, - thnt
kM » Mlf-«diu»Ua( touion. Thrw
Md «(tk MM. rapidity ujd uuinnew ot
». n . taawthcr with the brwutv »nd uitalltr of
|M want with ranal ltupro»em,-ut. rcmlt-r it the
MMt dainblc, dumblr ud Imi Fatitilr Svw
lag IbchitM la Ih* world. ßO- Agent. w»nt*d
l ** T wll3uKit PBNNYPACKRR, Manager..
Opr IT-tanf 1113 Cbeetnut St Phlfed ».
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E. T. EVANS,
WHOLB8ALK * RETAIL DEALER
AID FEED.
«ÆP 08 *
M. T. EVANS.
OOMMI88IOM MERCHANT.
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
i«t1 4>* »*.
l A 1'. * *» .
Notice
of
TO THE
PUBLIC
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S. M. REYNOLDS,
No. 1, Cochran Square,
Oe I- l-iltki TU TUB
BUYING PUBLIC ,
m.u K I/./- ir i.v (., -t;j
r u iM.st /•<,/•// \ s .,
cni(.Hkt:ys rt> rori.ix « -
y .tu os • m. trays, r,
kxth I nr 11 r n n : a /. r.v u... 11
/. I/I// S t «•////. /I/.-/.-.V.S- /•.»•/< A.V H A M!
r.rsrs <mi nvy.s ixnrr urAK.
yrsr.ixs, ■.. t/ . \ / 1 -,,
7 à dt
MENS HEAVY BOOTS,
$3.50 to So.CO peh paie.
BOYS' HEAVY BOOTS.
$2.25 to $4.00 par pair.
Women* Heavy \\
Sli.«*v
l.iol « -
lloM.ery p.
Li-lii * M : « • - u'M '*h .Ir.
pi
Ii! ! ft » N K!
AM
LA ii .*IIUK>.
An. ..«M
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FHKXCI1 CAI.F lltxrrs,
Made to -
!- r um.| ever* ,*
10 Per Cent. Discount for Cash,
i»s i*h.ivi:r\
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J. M. CO\ A BRO.
MlDDIaETOWN. DLL
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BUILDERS OK FIRST CLASS WORK
INLY.
A Large am! Superior Stock of
C A R R I 4 G K S !
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hand, made expressly for this mar
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ket, all of which will he diiposcd of on
reasonable terms.
id guaranteed
hat it is represented.
to be
JSW" /'articular »itlrn'ion yu rn tu Repairing.
apr •—Cm
MI LORD
NURSERIES. It
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TIIK ATTENTION OF
Fruit Growers and Planters
tiB STOCK or
is iNvrrat» to nt u
TREE
KUHRACINT. ALI. THE I.KADINd MARKET
AND FAMILY VARIETIES
To lint trad«, and thi* who |,!irtiuw planting
extra*!rrU . wc tan otter ■|>. , t ial induiwinpnta.
ttrdrr. front a diiian,,-. requirinij .Itiprafnt,
will rrevive prompt altrnti,
Circular, turnl.hcd on application
CAUSEY k PULLEN
Sept. 18—tf
FOR RENT.
A Large Second story Room, corner of Rain
and Scott s»reçu lately occupied by Dr
Dusning as an office. Apply to him at his of
ftce on Broad Street, ur to IL L Dunning, at the
Post Office.
Aug. 17—tf.
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LOOK AT THIS! j
SCOWDRICK Si COCHRAN
KSPKCTKI'IXY mil the attention of the
Public to their large Fall ami Winter Stock
of Good*, comprising nit the latest »tjrlew of
DRESS HOODS,
R
TRI.V.WXOS,
and XO 17 . 7 . 77 AW.
A handsome assortment ol
SHAWLS,
! AM. STYLES AND PRICKS, from $1.25 to]
j $15.00.

A full line of
CASSIMERES and f.'o.i TlXGS,
KERSEYS, «{v. <fr
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A largo line of
Ready Made Clothing,
MFN'S BOOTS,
of i/. r srr/.Es ax/) f'/trcïs,
Among which «• l.ave the Privé.- of hclawarc,
th** Lf*t Winter Root ever offered to this trattc.
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A Full line of
I DIBS
M/<S/:s 1.\7> CM nut F xs
Groceries and Provisions.
Work, tli ref' fr*>t
I illett k t !ricr< fee
C'llBtct
tory.
t| save
n.wortm« ut wf
g,L.» a gene.
Id fa.
1 e f.. und in a
•erv tii
t id St
t. »t I
fil ét t !tl
nelre'ed
Tli
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il Ue
ith great
1
rid
Iv low f<»r e.isih.
il .Hid M-e
11, a
>rnWhRH K k CurilRAN.
Mihdlktv*« n. I»rt.
If AltiH'
RAW BONE SUPER FHOSPHATE
O UM
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improved n
Drier, §00.OH jo « , ( *-i*/.
•: fr N . \\ rk
\ • »v Mal, 1 1 il ii
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it ran te I,
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Uf *»VT
7' - •
tk» >ti (hr
•Ufuj.
' l/.n/. r r t „
W o w t-ran
I'll >;'« !• « . i
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Raw i
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« hitfhci
•I tha
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(«1er
lt is
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We • in ., -, furm.l, our
GROUND RAW BONE.
WaRKAN I'Ll i p; UK,
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BAUGH & SONS.
Hi ItrUn.rr Air. ptilts^etphta.
Vo. rn so,
Jlllv Jit-tf.
HENRY BOWER,
Manufacturing Chemist,
Gr.iy's Ferry Road, Philadelphia,
llASl-uXSTANTI.Vi'X 11 M » AND Ft lit SANK
dot sail kilts roit tiivi itr..
Sulphate of Ammonia for Mtaurù,
S.'I.t: l-lt.'l-ItlKT.'ll " II IHM I ,Tl til H OK
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BOWERS'
C'oniplcto Mmiuit.,
Malta rittiM
Super-Phosphate of Lime, Ammouio
and Potasll.
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Tl»»*« l «*riiliz« r it being pn p tr» ri this «•
net* lo tin* WlifHt (
ti <it Lime* •
mon
with
" f v * r -' r,|,i * 1 ' ,l -" l,r ' " imporM I, y
i tho nmnulut tarer «lircei from Lnglaii«!, wb»»rc
tbr average crop of \S heat is 5«J Htislicls to the
,
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• wu/riiKii<iEH*N
f , j
.r* llivoring X1 1*» l '»* t.S :
warrante»! e»|iml toanv marie. They are pr»
are«! from the fruits, ami will be found mu< h
■yr ** , b;»
,rjrr '
it
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la subftnnti.il bags t f .< » Ih* t i ll.
. 139 S. Water St. Phila.
( 103 South St. Baltimore.
Depots;
march 23—3ma Umf
It
j briirr tli.m m my ,.f l!n- Eitreete that
! .1,1 voir Orottr „r Orugaut tor
Buract,
IIAKI.OU 'H l\ 1)1(40 III.I P.
If, without doubt, the hitt article in th*' market
for bluing elothef. It w ill color Wore water than !
tour tiii)«.-v tl)y ami weight of indigo, and much
more than any oilier wosh blue iu the market,
the only genuine is that put up at Annum \Vu.t
■EBOtii'H I »Rt'«s Stohf. No. 233 North Second St.
Philadelphia, Pa. The labelf hare both Wilt
berger'e and Barlow's name on them, nil others
counterfeit. For sale by most grocer« and
uggiftf.
WILTHKROER'S INDELIBLE INK will be
perior article. Always
on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices, Pure
(iruml Hpices, Geuuine .Medicines, Chamois Skins
Spongt-s, Tapioca, Pearl, >Sago, und all articius
in the drug line, at
d:
found on trial to )a*
a i.rttn> » //. rumu er a pri g store,
Xu. J3d Xurtk Scconil St. PMI,uUlpMa, Pa.
Juljr 8. 1871 —Ir
FOR RENT.
T HREE GOOD HOI'SES in Hiddletowa. fr
rent. Two on latke street, aad out
J. B. FEVfMOR
lÆckwood. Apply to
March l«-tf
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The rear prow. «plcndld ; on the ninuiiiain «tccp 1
Now linpvr, tone the warm and (rmrpcou, llpht,
ring ljr • °Tî»lî3««V nTih*.*'* " 1 '' |
The fetal triumph of the iwrfcrl rear,
Iteyo,id,* fhe^punile'uifmnuiln*height*'appear
And elope array.
Th HU IfÄÄÄÄrSr.
While from hi« top of gr*v, Sordellu were«
Hi« scarlet hair.
' Where Spring drat hid h.rviolvt) nr.tb.br fera,
Where bummer « Angara opened, fold on fold. ;
I The odorutu, wild, red rote head, there now burn
The leur«« of gold.
j
Jürled jpoctry.
IN AUTUMN.

T!>* lofUe»t hill—the towlirst (lowering herb—
The fitireüt fruit of teAson and of «:11m« —
All wear alike the mood of the superb
Autumnal clime.
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UAturt pours her la«t
leikeaome Hacclmute : Dcnideth« 1 fringing streanii
Recline« enchaqtetl riuv. u rappr.i in dirinc,
linpasfionrtl tircams.
Milt whore the paiiitcri lea
Among th*. viilt *. besond the farthrat bill,
There sitji a shadow -—dim,
And Huger» still.
No
tl nohlcst wine
falling fait.
•1 tad, and rar.
And «till
we hear u voice amor g the hill y,
A voice that moan« uiuong the haunted wood,
I And with the
„•terv of Borrow filli
The »olltudc«.
For v 1 I* g 'y Auttrrn gli-lei the fruit And leaf.
And doth her fa irret feital ganuvot« wear—
l.o ' Time, all iioi«elc<«. in his mighty slieuf,
Rind« .
Th« uiighty «lirai a hieb never i« tinhoi
The reaper whom vour »ouU be»««« Ii
Th«» Io»» -t I oit y
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llirti
i c fat
tl
cd .
t»r
popular
JERUSALEM.
Of all ill' eitle« f the glob»*. Jerufla
ii hiN be* ti tl;«: in* I iu 1 morn bio for iii*
pioplit tie di*liiii:tioti0,
It» original tiatno
t» tirât king *.n I t * I») M-d*
-••■I idlering of
l;i , '' , j >ti Mount
Moriah, one of if> tlire«* hill.*». tftt iw.irU
th«* it f th T iiij.l-* .I r
tlivino
in 1 it- mi»f«»rtuii'-ii
»van Salem ;
ice ; Hit«! the
ià I
hotnyrA, i
obi,
t-r.»p.
und
ll
m tr.i
I H l« «1 n til
ti'ii d' .1 - .a;»
It
was th ! : lit
hi.-t -ry
of
I'
i • v r I bv
ti»'' I in*
. .I.i.l,ua
ini:

i « . i . .!• -hu-iî. -
.1. I tin.li
• * 1 1-'« ,,| |,r, I
iof-y
I il,»* !... • n
I- rlt -t: - ngi . I.- • I ir. .
ih« it in - r t j If l , .11
l tl an
r i«» m
i
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.. Il . t.n-1
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t\ ai I iiuMimi i • v.-lii» -- of :
In* .'t tad el :
In ti \ « I In- throtiv ii
and named it tin* •* City !
t . .I. tillsites,
: of !>.,»• i-4 '
•]« tn-arlv
CT iitr.il be
Jeru-:.h-.
st:l
is. -tt lit. 'I Jtt-tran -alt >i
, thirty sev
: twenty-th
— vast ••«' til- t'-ri
. aul
I
hi
br-ugh, tIt-ark within it
li tin- si,'
M-unt Meruit ; l ut
Tt-nt|il- wu
t ■ great
I til. t. nipl
p.*tnp, and ti
• ii
In* • recii'.n *»f tin
•p'ritit* i t■• h
,,f *4.,! ,|„
Still H
»ter
•im-.
1 •Let
Th
*4« th*
• iir'1
I
it «'f d-wi-b g»
i i
of tin* Temp'*
jjrandtur
giiiÜfi tit yilifiy«* <*ver rai-. «I by mm:|
it »t ni r* ly f>»r it»» p m »ii mi tin* piiin i e ,
of th'* hu* re l III *11111:1111. «T tor i:- iiubl ■
nrchit.'ctur . but it- -pbn I» »r
ever g dd. c Lir t»r marldf «'"ill 1 be -h *
Id c«*«Li!. *r in irht
advanced N • at -, f 11 1
a*» the Minim
»f S «1*111 • ti
It
a- th«' im«
in:
Win r-
it
i:
When S.. I ,in li. iu
o idolatry evil wa tl el t d
' int
Uriel
i ,,f *'*
ami the civil
i:MI!l-t
■f Hit id wi- sli.tr
The king'll
t'-ngtii l>, tin. t-.-s tli, t, )■ t , it. .
ar t- rmiuaie i ,.itlv tit th
lr '
J ill ah *till r» » .i i i:. «1 it- royalty
earn until the A#*yriuu
^n. when tin.* city wan **taru.« «l an l j
hurtled by Nchuclin lti< z*
ILfttore«!, after a captivity
•vinty year»» in Rahyl«»n. if return«*«!
only an cnf.'ohle l v.*i«*!*nL»g.' and
captivity
f-r 13«» ;
invn«»
u»c Tempi*.* wa«»
z:ir. and lout it-» in«I» -p« n-lt n*'.* a:*
«lotti forever
a king
Temple_
covered only tti fall again : and after auf*
, fering the repeated siipreinaeiei* «»f Syrians.
Kgyptiana and R<»m »iifl, finally perished
I n 1 * a nation by th«* Rotnati *w«»r«l
Yet the citv wa«» ti"t wholly deaerte«!
but an attempt of tin* einp«*r«»r. in tin*
year 141 of tho CbrUtiun era. tt» make it
j a H«»man f«»rtr«*sN raiteil an itmurrection
: which was extinguished in nali«>u:tl blood,
an*! concluded the national ruin
For nearly two centurie»« more Jeru»a
letn was f«»rgottcn by the world At
length, on the accession <»f Uonatantine to
the imperial throne, the Kmpre*« Helena
»Nuaied t»» hav«* made a pilgrimage
to the wreck of the city to discover th»»
site» inado memorahle by the history of!
our Lor«l ( a. n 8îî(i ) ('onatancine re
pealed the edict excluding the .lews fr*»ni
entering Jerusalem, but he allowed their
entranc«« only one«* in the year to weep)
over the destruction of the city Th«*
age» of monarchism followed ; and in the
reign of Justinian—a man of whom his-I
lory has »eareejy yet decide whether lie
was a philosopher or a dupe, a warrior or
« dastard, a restorer or a destroyer of em*
pire —the site of Jerusalem was adorned
once more, according to the custom of the
tinio. by building a superb church on
Mount Moriah to the Virgin f a. d. 527.)
He also built a succession of convent» in
the neighborhood of Jerusalem and Jeri
cho, and liospitala for the pilgrims
of
ruiii.'.l
w.alfl» r«'*
iaw its C'lin
ev«*n
is
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both of th«»o citic*.
Dut crll day* wert *t bitod A Per
•inn in t tsiuQ of ihc Orc.k empire ruttbed
on Syrie (a. o. 014.) broke the emperor'«
«nu/, 4ud alonned Jerusalem with de*-
perate «laughter All
but the lVrsiana at len 0 .____
1 the Kmpcror Ht'raeliua ebterrd the city,
bearing the Croaa on bia aboulder. A
| »«ill tnoro formidable trial awaited thin
'■ city of niiafortune." Mohammed rav
aged Ara bia, Kgypt and Syria The tor
r f nl of fire ' in,i *«••• «»IW on Palestine
Jerusalem wan besieg.-] (a It 037.) and
after n deaperate defense. waa taken
conqueror, then built the utoa
M u « "nich •*•11 on the »pot once
hallowed by the Temple
JeruaalaiO nos reatod. powcrlca and
; eoalareJ, for two centurie» and «half;
hut tho tenth century rained a new apirit
in Kurnpc formidable to Mohammedan au
pretuacy. A romantic belief that the
world wna coming to ita end in the year
ia
of
ly
1800 urged a multitude of pilgrims to :
Its maMors laid a tribute I
Tl... ;...„.. I t
i now waa rapine ;
raiana at length retreated, and
the Holy Land.
on the Pilgrim». Tit« insults and inju- j
rics inflicted by tbe Arabs on ilm*o hu- to
I ropoau strangers became the univer«al ru
mur, and roused tho universal wrath of
Kuropc. la the tooth and eleventh oen
tufica Jerusalem hail paced from the
I Saracens to the Kgyptiar. Kltalifs, from
; titele to the Turcomans, anil front them
, to the Egyptians again In this period
j of doolit and distraction the army of the'
' Crusaders under (rodfrey of Bouillon ap
I poared before Jerusnlein, (a i> 1099;)
the city waa stormed; after a siege 0 f ;
forty day» the Moslem» were c> termina
ted, sud the M >»<juo of Umar was con- 1
secrate-1 as a Christian church, and th>- :
sitcci s-ful eommaiidcr »■ i- pr n-laimcd ri
Kttig of Jerusalem. The Christian« pre
sctvrd lilt ir conquest »8 years
Io tint twelfth century tit - Suli m Sala
din. an Arab hero, caprun d tin- citv,
threw down lit- t'ros», and ptirili d the
holy pi I'---« vitb r <-e w ;t■ ■ r rit-- Critic
i to.ti f great brav. r y. sag,,,-itv and!
store.! the firtiü-.iti ms o'f do
rusai, -III on the approach of Itichard tVur
After th death
,...
itiott. ex i fr tn tin ir j
I a.j.ie, city and country hive I..-, tt di
I -cl al! over the w .rid. Intrrassed t• v '
plumier and persecution during the vas, i
period, the seventeen centuries, which !
has pasted since lln ir national ruin But :
a el.. has already legt,!. The J. «
nati its i- -haring tin- pr .i .,'. a ,,f
• ion of prop, riv it
ts TO the h- tt ,r "f America that' this
••Ii-itiif• was !it'ifiin I» v !i»*r. m l tliit a.<* *h«*
ii .* 1 .t»'i t ikcn tli«* l. a 1 in lilwrty. u. ral>
I'nl rt I i if I • *ii. nliv' Htt flit* e\utii|iJp (tf a r
I kft'iwI'Mltfiviir tin. claim* of tliu .I.-wh to :

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•I > iladin H fell ft.i
.••v-iv. ly tn ih* h in i*
• f Syria M.tnicluk *.
the ftixtet nth
• ry
in
Christian atnl Turk
•iii'urv its
I'nrki It Suita;
( » ! 1.' 1Ü)
. v i * r th- Jall-I gate
walls were rehnilt by the .
ir. th- Magnifl-ent.
ii.:
v !i
in**TtpM u
r<'iin
Kv II in th«* pr«Aa*nt
mury thin •• t'ity «»f \'i« i-*i»u l« *»" ha»
a#tori», falling int«» tl»-* poHne«*
-i *n *.f M' lu ioet Ali, tho Pa. «ha « f Egypt,
in hi- Syrian niv ini »nf \ i- I s IV un
wr< -t riti 1 :tli lu
hi
ll-»W* ViT. It
>y rim c>n«|tii*stfi i t n 1^11
it» tin* f Ht. iimn g »v tiiih it, »mir .*
i !i it now r«*«»t*
In .fewifth
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h - law au I ill
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•Let Every Man Read aud Reflect.
th. t, II.
fe-lin
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D ti t "iir purpo-' to often h »th •
our reader.'» will, articl«"» for
we have riT»*nt!\
it benefit.
b ell ,d,|ig. d to call upon our aubseribera
• ttt uf arrears and have aeiit
hielt have met
setli-l
for i
1 ' :. I : V bill, i*"
f
•ilf
with a prompt r»ftp"ii!*e. but >.m»** r»r. still*
b lave I,
fr"in th*.
«•* tliiiik the f,« I lowing article
E l At
very appro
fill \% * hopi* ci Cl y
pled whether he in !
' i ,r ' 1 0' - j"*
pr. ,
j
One man c • > in :«v 1 rubs rit • for a .
paper, pay«» f«»r it in advance, an«! go. j*
home and r ni- it with a proud Natiifuct
i"ii tint it i-hi»* II haii«U in Iii« alvei
ill read if and
ne w
re present» d in if :
vmtag- t*.
I pai l ha«* « xpired, and I want t*» pay f-»r
anoth«*r llu «loi- a.» and giv«».«* tin* e«li
t «r great pb*,a»iire, and is liuu-*lf pi is.
1 ed Thia i- patronage of the right kind.
and the lif«' of a pap*r W«* have many
«»uch patr«»na. und »• I *"k up*»ti th in ms
true fri«*n»l»*
Another man lik* - ih* pap* «
a copy and pay« for it and g t
j to «I«» tin* sann- : In* is mu
ling f«* you or other*, hi
' friendly wrd
j his «ectinn. he inform*» tin editor it one*» .
1 Thi*. nl«n. i* true tn w-| iper p»tr«mag«'
um) rejoice» the heart of the «•«l»t»»r !
Another takes th«* pap« r. likes it. but
: fui!» to pay f«»r it until call«*»l on even if ir ,
. is a doten year» This i»» pitr«»tiag«'. I*«it
it is a weary waiting for the money We ,
j have u f«'W auch, and they intend to do no!
j wrong, but bow do they expect a paper to j
succeed if nil sb«»ul«l do the »atue ?
Another man ha« taken the paper «ever
nl years, hut ha« not paid r or it. an«! in
he comes with an advertisement which he
wanta inserted free, because hr is au •• old
patron " This ia called patronage by
them, but It is of a very poor kind, and
draws the life hlood of a newspaper.
One man brings in a dollar advertise
ment and wants a two dollar puff thrown
ofin. and when you decline ho goes off ma J.
but a
ti-.:im*nt. i-k- tin* pri e, pay- f*r if
g
f husim-s
..
nit«! r* ap- the
.1
Win
in ttld sa\ i * * tli
•f
Iii
y* :
expires
ir f «r which
!.. c
y
ii-- t*ki- •
- i. fri ti l,
»V» if rum!
» n » I,,,.
1
,1
If
I, m n u
lit
III
t Kven tht( ntnj bo called pnlroange,
' paper cnanot lire on it.
Another man don't taka your paper—it
ia ton email or loo high prioad, but be
ta apd read« it regularly. And that
be called patronage, bat the
borro
could
cat kind.
Another man has had tha paper a long
time without payment, and becomes tired
of It. He tells the postmaster ha dod't
waol that paper any more, and a copy
cornea back marked "refused." Bot ne
don't pay. oh, no! he has to keep the
money to boy a city paper. Pay
when you collect it aoeording to |aw if
you are able to collect It at all—inch may
be patrnrage, but it ia a very dishonest
and disreputable kind. Wa bava had
some of tiiia kind, but their name* have
been erased from oar list, and are not like
ly to be replaced The lean of such we
have the better—they would break down
any newspaper published
Kvery subscriber should make it bia
business to call once a gear and pay for
his paper. By so doing he never hast
I_1 1!I1 . - . I -i,i2. ._■ I_1
largo bill to piiy and 'lift paper ia bound
to «uccced. Whether it be at the (rat or
last of the year, he thus make* himself a
truo patron and friend, and giraa aubatan
liai aid to the publisher.
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No BllfUU I0T BlODutn,
- \
first-rato atory ia told of a very
prominent man, who lived in Detroit.for
'7 y''»rs ago, and who, at that time. j
owned more steamboat »lock than any
"»» >" 'be Western country, he
*'des other wealth to a large amonnt.
*''' < * many of the pioneer» who acqui- ,
ri 'd great riohes, he waa very iguorant in
,,M , *"» t '"'"'u t"wçh». hut his learning î
wa-more like wisdom, and in commou , |
*' , l' many who have lived, and passed
:iW »y, hut It-lt their mark behind them, he : a
knew what tree would make »hiogloo bj f
looking ■) it <
**' "* J at 'Ito time of our «tory, just C
eoinpleied a splendid new w»rehou»o at ,
*nd wanting a suitable clerk to j
'ake charge of it. he advertised for oue in |
tho paper«. The neat morning early, a
eandidute f,.r the r"*itic» presented him - , ,.
«elf. rather too flashy a youug man in
appearance, but the following conversa
1
take in any ul ..ur book«. Low do you |
correct it .* t
The young man explained, in a »cry
profuse manner, low ha should proceed 1
make it a.i right ... ,
A g i way tt" doubt, to do it, rc
fli-'l the old limn, ■ ■ bot I shan't want
'
»"
!| PP 1 r-Atic-- A similur question was n>k
'd him. aul in a I ng ntni clui|Uetit man
n, ' r p-'intrd out the remedy in ail such
cases.
All the reply, waa, " koitiig man, I
•l»» , i « want you
^"»1« " r f»"r "'liera dropped in i
during tin- day. and to each one tha same ^
question was put in i they all had some ,
-mart way of cuveriug up errors in tbfir ]
?»• »• »k-•*
Tl»*- old ir- »»tl nnau waa entirely itfno- j
r "U t of ill«* art of buok-kfvpinff. |
l"»t I"* bad wiflom iu all thing*, which i- ;
»re thou a match for lt-nruiug
»"» "CCUrreJ ;
•• \ «»une than. wh«*ti make a mis
,u
.* ''
•'her aspirant put in
\ MV
an
I
Ju-t at the ulnae of th« clay a plainly
I, ... I man. —ith » bright eye and a
:-ji called f.ir the situation j
Take It »cat. sir," »aid the, old gentle- 1
bri»
want 1,1 a-k you juat one ques- j
ten y-u make a false entry on
». l«o" you <0 w >'rk to 1
la .111. *
t inn
ynur h.H>ki
eorr et it';
l uming u|>.>n his queationer a
-hurfi look. the young mail replied : " 1
l-ti't make tJ,oae kind "7 nùataltc». air."
" Ah! my dear sir. you are just the
mm I have been looking fur all day," and
intent» after, the tnnn who cor
Aid his blunders by not making them.
« installed in the office.
cold,
!
b- vf
in »
.
A tii Qur Owe
N, x. to h-ing married to the right per- ]
.; '• ,0 , ."'P nr '* nt *" I
by ua hr on * • ''*« ro ,f , 1
.. . "'- ''""P -or.- «h.n a poet,cal
.., Ute express,,,,, of the wife :
• \A have our cn.y Itoua« ; ,t .. thr.ce
d. ar us because tt t. our own We
t.. ughi ,, wt.h the sav.ng of our
' Unv ''. ro ,,,e
.nf-"tionary mI-o*. und .be necea
, th. mark-, we had to pas. ; many
. " ,vn ' M " ho.lwDd dan-, htatri
» i* ' rfl » i0 \ j
pit,.,, up ..."-, .in, . rue _ 1
'".V : , "" ,u ■' ,lo tl ' 1 " 1 P U ; n ;;'
. s-tMog was th: order of the
and to have a home of our own
* Te
I
**
. ,,r 1,1 .
r * n, ' " n ' oiaetmg thia And
! ...
b »sinn that »p «iLkuce» or "M*' we w, *l
, , b raW " '' ut n * m'UNO and home^
" bat a b'»*»n do th* ahovo word» teach
, r,,, d ln*w w»*ll it would be if hundred» of
families would heed them, tnd instead of
j !> v * n P in rented house«, which take •Itrge
share of their capital to furnish.^ *nd »
l "' s,r ••rnmgs to j»y jh«tr rent,
in '* , J U% r e-*t to **«t accordingly, would
brtyclv «-urUll expenses and ooo cent rate
their eff»*rts «»n having " • home of tbtir
ow0 ' ' Hotter a cottage of yoor own than
• rented palaee
C »»I
•arm
Mil"
c*.«.,f »rtv

'
.-„I«
1 (••• ,ki
• •or united aim.
• Utidlord troubling us with
fl», r»* is n«» f«*ar harbored in our
14 Ab. ladies. M «»id to old bon vivant, as
he opened a bottle of wine. 44 what ia more
delightful than th» popping of a chaa
corkt" " Popping of tba qt
uonnioionflj triad tba Mtaa.
Hon!*'
Dvk liy in Era
Th«
On tha llith of May. 1780. tba iahaW
tanta of Now Maglaad and tba adjaomrt
parta ware tha traaOliag wit
phenomenon noaor toon bafara
and which to this day remain« uoeiplain
ed. Tha year was celebrated Ibr ita tn
meroue auroral eahibitiona in tbia Ulitnde
They covered the midnight boavena with
coruicatiooa of red and atlvsr, tnd atranm
t lightning, seeming, says one
iriy to flash warmth in tha fee*.
t proceeding waa marked by
cd out like li
writer, fa
Tha winter .
traord inary aererity. Snow lay
ground from tho middle of ' ilova^bor to
tho middle of April-, t» Dooomboe at*
January a storm oontinned for ***** —fj
ceasire day«, and the «now fejl to a f
of four feet on
and with drifts eight and ten
Sheep were
days, and even men and animals
with the eold. I«ong Island Sound
crossed by heavy artillery on tha ioa.—
Narragantatf Bay (rose over *o hard t|»*t
trareraed the lee from Providewo* to
a level in tbia singie storm,
itta eight and ten met high,
buried in the drifts for
153
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Newport in abating partiea, and from Fall
River to Newport, loads of wood
vayed on tbaiee through Bristol Ferry.
Prerloua to the 19tn a vapor «Had tho
air for severtl days. Thera tsao é MÉM
of sulphur. The momiug of the l®th WUg
overeaal with some elouda, and rata Ml
orer the oonatry, with ligbtniog
j #r Scarcely any motion was I
«hat wind 'there was earns from the south
WMt jj, B i Be o'clock in the forenoon,
without previoua warning, tbe darkuefli
, t0 | c grnilually on, with a luroinooa ap*
p^arauce uear the horiion. as if tha oboenr
î tlR c l„ u d had dropped downfromoror-
, | lea j There was a yellowncsa of tha M-
moa phe r n that made* clear silver assuma
: a graas-grern hue. Then a drnaa, unde*
f fiaable vapor nettled rapidly and witbont
< aerial oiovemont ovor all the land and o
C oan fro-n Pennsylvania to the Gulf of 8».
, |, awrcnotti the darknoa it caused sinking
j j, y degree« until tbe sunlight was offset
| ua ||. ,| lul out Ordinary cloud it wna
Tb„ rapidity with which to Urge an
, ,. a t.-nt of country waa enrelopod praeluJaa
,| 10 possibility of supposing this to hav#
been a natural cloud moving latetally.
1 Besides this, the day waa too calm to im
agine such a thing Down came tba dark*
| thicker and thicker. By ten o cloak
t | |fl a j r waR l.MdcJ with thick gl.a) n The
|, P , V en« were tinged with a yollowish or
1 faint red: the lurid l«ok increased ; few,
, if any. nrdinarv ,-iouda Were visible. Tho
-tin j (l disappearing, took ou a brassy hna.
The lurid, l.rassy color spread ovary whore,
' at. IV« an I below The grass assumed tha
eol ,r of the «ky. and ail outdoor« wort a
,i«k!v. wierd and tnelanehnly aspect—a
Jy.gy appearance, as if a«-cn through •
smoked giaas. By rieveu o clock it VII
>• night itself, and from thia lime uulil
three in the afternoon the darkness tme
extraordinary and frightful.
i x^e egtent of tha darkneae waa graOor
^ (ban ia related of any other similar phou*
, omc . noB on rreord. not cxeepting lit» eele
] bratvd dark da y » over Kgypt and JndM.
|t reached flouth to the nortbtm hilf of
j ^„„„ylvani«. end fmm thence along tbe
| Çrtai j northo-ivt t«> tho wild* of Main*».
; to the Gulf of St Uwrcncb, and
tuen
anti than
n the air ;
I nut at aea t'jn mile« aoutiieaat of Boston,
an j „„J 0 uhte.ilv much farther; weat to
,| 1( . valley» of Lake Champlain and tba
j Hudson Hiver, a
1 |„ (- ani q a
nd into undeÇr.od region^
Port Und. liofttnn. Hartford,
j Ncw v.rrk. Weat Point, and Alban? were
affert ,d by it But the degrees of' dark
1 n ,.„ differed in different place», the deep
oat night settling over New Kngland. A
tra ,. t ,,f | an ,i an ,| .«a 80il mile» in length
and 400 miles in breadth, embracing an
area of'S'JO.OOO square mites, was kuowo
to be cove red hy tho cloud, and so far at
ran be aacertaitted. a population of TOO)
"On souls aat for a portion of the day and
night in a gloom moro or leas profonnd
and inexplicable
Homely Qirli.
] „ ^ ^ hou ^L girt
I get married ? i. not u..frequently remark^
, 1 at some good domestic crea.unf Whom bar
has b. nd R rcgar d« a. th. appl« of hia an,
, . wht ^ ,. |n hef
^ b ^utj. Pretty girl, who .4
rtin of tb , ir eh J m ,_ are tn
oak , ob « r ».«ioo. of tbia kitd ; iad ooa
seieoetousneaa of ,h. fact that flowaf. of
ofteB 1Be # „ tU ^
wh|k . UoB>elineia gnaffrtB dil T ...
no doubt in many eaac* at tba bottom of tho
j Nneeriog uutition The truth ia, (hat mort
1 mon prefer homeliness and amiability to
l^.u.y and caprice H.ndm.a wommt
, 0 7 meti , ura / c ,, bard to pleua. Tb^
^ |# 0Tcr . T i, uc the „iu M . tn d
waiting for an immense bid. oee n e i ooally
overstep the market. Their plain siaSHw
tbe contrary, aware of tbtir pahaftl
doAoienrioe. generally lay thrmaema oat
to produce an agreeable imprceeioa, aa(
in moat iuatancea succeed. Tbey doa't
aspire to cipturo pa*<gt>ne wit)t nrioewlt
fortunes, bat are willing to t4& aayUiittt
respectable '
I
»
on
Then I« DO (Katar «itttko • to
tn odd aiki then that tl Wat Mil
tat to tho inUnm of bia
dwjtto^^t than an
matt bo ad
■ to
iIbmI impoMlbla M
la
ta»
•ntploya*. 8 baoiaoM, bsM
wortb a trial.
Tba long alaap af daolb ataaaa
abort alaap aT atv
i tha balf rvf
and tba
Stop ia
< ooa- .'o».4

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