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PIUXTEIIJlMi IMmUSMKl) MrAl.lNTKK'S OINTAIKNT I 1' hasimvvkh to cans,; llele, ii.,lsoi, s, scm .1 ful.un humors, (tk i ii discuses, jioisciious wo'i'ids.to discharge their ulr.d nutter and then heals llii'in. It is rightly termed ult-htoli,,, for thee i cjreuly a disease, external or internal, H,,,t it will not benefit. 1 have used it for I he lust lour, leen years for all disease of I he , ,0l, involving the utmost danger and i os, ...n-i t., 1 i'y, and I de clare bolnru heaven and man that not in one case tun It t illed to henelit. when lu lutienl a within the reach ol nioil ,1 mens, I have had physicians, learned in (lie profession, I have had minuter of the Uospel, Judge, ..I the ii, .Moerineii, Lawyers, gentlemen ot the HUUi'-I eiu.lilluii, and liillltilli lea of the oooi- os tt in every variety of way, and lime I, an heeu hut uue vokb saying, WcAlister , your Ointment is III Scrofula, Old Suits, Erysipelas, 'J'et tt'r, Liver Complaint, Sore lives, Quinsy. Si...... 'I'l ii i . . ;. J VUI" mroai, nrouentlis, Mealing ,ir s.'m.e Hr.nsl, I'ilcs, all Chest Diseases, such as Asthama, Oppressions. I'uin also, Sore l.ips, Chapped Hands, Tumors, CtHancus Eruptions, Ague in the face, Nervous Dis eases, and of the Spine, there is no Medi cine now known as good. Soai.1) Hkad. We nave cured case that ac tually iieucd every tiling known, as well as the aoimy ru l.lor doctors. One man told us he had sjietit ttf.'IOi) on his children without any hen lit when, a few boxen of Ointment cured ili'.ui. Bami.vkss. It will restore the hair sooner than any other tiling. Hkauaohk. The salve has cured persons ol the headache of I J years' standing ami who had it regular every week so that vomiting often took place. Deafness and Eat Ache are helped with like success. Burns-It is the hest thing in the world for Burns (lUid the directions around the box.) Rheumatism. It removes almost immediate, ly the inllainaliun and swelling when the pain cease. Read the directions around the box. Pilks Thousands are yearly cured by thisOint inent. Vettkr There is nothing better for the cure of Tetter. Corns. Occasional use of the Ointment will always keep the Corns from growing. Peopll need nut be troubled with them it they will ute it. . - Cold Fekt. Consumption, Liver Complaint, pain in the chest 01 8ide,lalling nil of the hair, one or the other, ahvays accompanies cold feet ( This ointment is the true remedy.) It is a true sign of disease to have cold leet. QCHieep the directions around the box and read them before using the Salvo. There is no mer cury or other mineral in this ointment. JAMKS MCU.ISTKR. Sole proprietor of the uliuee mi ilirine. , vution. Xti ointment will he genuine nil- T-1"'4 "-i-v'-ys MoAlister, or James Me- er S( Co., are written with a pen upon every aMe. Price 25 rents per box. Rea l the following Communication. Received from an old, respected, and well-known citizen of 1'hiladelphia, and then judge lor your elf. Philadelphia, 10th mo IStli, sii llavins heen reijested to give my opinion on the merits of Mc.Alistuis talve I am willing to enumer ate some of I he benelils which 1 have experienced in the use of the article. In the spring of 1x45, 1 had an attack ol T.rysipe as in my face w hich became very painful, and ex lended into our of my eves, being attended with lever, my dis'ress was great and I became to be luarful of losing my rye. Although tint much a believer in what is terms ed quack medicines. I purchased a box and made application to my face. To my surprise the paid soon abated and in a week's lime 1 was entirely cured, and I tirmly believe it was the talve under Providence that cuied me. From that time to the present I have used the nrlicle as occasion required, and in everv case where I have used it 1 Ion ml a derided benefit. At one time in K.ning to bed at night, my threat was so sore that 1 swallowed with dillictilly, but by an application of the salve I was relieved bolniv Morning. I have used it in rases ol burns, In niscss I sprains and flesh-cuts all with the hai,iet ellects, and nne rase of poisoning by a wild vine in the Uvoods has been dried up and cured by a lew appli Cations. From my own experience I would s! rough roc omended it to all. as a cheap.conveniont medicine. , Jf requires no preparation other than to rub it on the allliiied part. I have heroine so pai ti.d to it that I expect to keep it constantly in my family. Though not ambitious to appear in piint, yet I cannot refuse to have this communication made public if judged best lo serve the cause ol huiuatii- y- Respectfully thine, M'm. ADAMS. No. 2i" Old York road, ' Price, 2o rents per Jiox. ' AGKNTS. l K. P. I.urz, llloomsliurg. Wm. M. Hiekley, Danville. John "sharidess &. co., Cuttawissa. Win. K. Nagle, Milton. ( Forsvth Wilson co., Northumberland J. W. Friling, Sunbory, Mir..h nib s.s. v s-m ; k y es i ) I'T; 'i i TiTt7 .7 word to the. nick and afflicted. E. P. I.U 1 , woubl again invite the attention of the cil i.einol llloomsbutg, and vicinilv, to Ins ni'W and suletuliil assortment o Drugs, Medicines, Oils, PainU. Varnishes, fllass. Dm-. ' (tuiFs, Coul'cctiotiarie 4te., which he hasjiist le f reived, and will ,:l nm.u the most reasonable terms. In addition to the above, he would offer a general assortment ol niees, I'.iinl lirushes, Var . Iiish iirushes nash-lonl and l'atenl .Medicines from a Pill up to any amount o Toirnsriid's Sur-tapiirillH- Also, Lrge t;ia for iiirliircs and clock-faces, as larie as i by :V) iiieie,in,d should the sizes m,i unit hi will cut them ai his own risklora vcr little llditiou toll -iuinal ..riees-tiold and SiWerlLeal, Kn-n.-h ,i. h Meial, He.!, 'Vhitejircen and Ydlmv P.r..iizcs,Ke-t Const... I , ou lml vn vihg in priees fr,Mll :- j , Ph'ia.'. I'.Ii.i.t-. ' l.lrrs and -he public neralft i,. v il.-il to. ,l n ui ex .n.iue hi- Moel, -..re f'M-ba.ini !. W :. ,.,;.rg" to inHJI artcl..,.-H,oi,e,b,.r (l,e siu f the , eii flortnr and .. -tie. " N B. fel-is, rolling d .In oi.lei.n ihc.hoil- t Ulouuiabuiv, I I'.' ll l;t m p i.l-l: -ly l.ri. BLOOMSUUKG, COLUMBIA CO., SATUll DAY, .1 i'UII.ADEI.l'lll.V n I'E ldlMll.V. -No. H. 1'uir A., Xtar the J.'j chtme, I'll 1 1. A I t . 1.1-Ii I A . T II IK snliM'ril.i i hut n, u ii.i.e Kiral imioove- tile lit.' In In- me lb., i. ol i nig l 1 ,,n,i mix- log ol metals ami li.i,; a tli.iioiih irun,n o I,m matrices, I lie l.n es I w hn b ale liol , i l,i u, in beauty i.nd legulal IIS ol i HI , by any m U eoiiti try ; llallei-biinsi l by .iniio t' p,i-, n, ;,. ti nllon tu liiisini-s, ,h. il i n ,.yn g in ,. toil Hie IIH-.-it -klilul u, klneil, be l- i i, .il'ii ,. i, A 'I I H H II AH I Ii It, Al greatly leiliu ed I l ie, s. He is continually aiiuing to t.is tork all lh.it ts new from the best wmku i ti ol ibis and otl.i i roiiiiiccs, and h.iviiiti lately pi.ieurid li.in ,u lope, variety ol New laces and I 'I n, ill. in I mil -cits the attention ol I'niiieis ll.eii to. Specimens will be sen! to tbo-e wishing to or der. Presses, CI. ,.ses, Cases, Ink, Stands, C dicyv Rr.iss Role, niKlev.'i v other ariiclc in-i ill d to fi.r-lli-ll a complete Printing ulhcc, -n(. pl.nl at bL. shortest notice. German Ii lok and jot, lype.ol lb.' newet style anil ol all izcs caieluily put lip in f uutn of correct proportioi., AI.FXANM'.R ROIIH. Ancust l.S.lv-(irli) ) (.'KE.VT ATTliAC'l lO-N. (i real reduction in the tricot of Clothing. Tp S 1 K KN.UN, ol Danville, can beat both I Jew and Gentile at selling cheap Clothing. See aollie of Ills prices : Fine dress or frock coats from tj-tj lo $li Splendid blue black dress coals, 10 Casbuieiett , Alpacia and summer cloth, ' l.'t Lumen coats of all sly It s, Mack ciisscincre pants, Splendcd Lattiatline pants. C'otlonadc and siimiuei cassimere, Plain satin vests. Figured satin vests, Marseilles and Cashmere vests, Hoy's emits, Hoy's pants, liny s vests, j o ALSO, A General assortment of Shirt ttnsorns, Collars, Suspenders, llandkeichiels, Gloves, Ate. Likewise a good as-ortincnt of goods in the piece, which will be made to order at the short est notice. Persons residing on! ol Danville, will find it to their anvantiige to get clothing of him, as he is determined lo put things down to the low. est ptect s to l hose who come from a distance. Don't forget to ask for Stevenson's Clothing Store COMPF.TITION DEFIED. June 10, IS-lM.-v. DOC J Oli YOU1JSELE! For 25 Cents! I)YMF.ANS OF TDK .W?. H'CKliT FSCL'LA- v., PI US, or every one hi own a,', fc'A V' physian ! Iwentieth edition b'l jf'.'iK V'V w ith upwan sol a hum ied !tll sr.-i? 'V: engravings, Knowing pri- 0 $''fJ 'l.V, Ut vate diseasesin every shape fffl OvV'' f V jf and loim, and mallnriiia- t& -iVJfWJVV ' lions of the generative ss- V- v,'',Vl'' tern, . V,V o-ii. ' 1; ' Pv W. YOUNG, M. I). V; r&K' '.. The lime has now, ar- V'': .. rived that persons snllering -' -'"''" rom seceret disease, need no more heroine th viol im id tpia;'ker , as by the prescriptions con lained in Ibis book any one may cure liitnsell without hindrance to business, or the know ledge of the most intimate tiienil, and with one tentli ol the usual expense. In addition to the general routine of private disease, il lully explains the cause ol manhood's eai ly decline, with oliserva lions on marriage besides many t tber derange moots which it would not be pioper to enumerate in the public prints. li'Aiiy poison sending twenty-live rents en closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this book, by mail, or live copies will be sent for one dollar. Address, "Dr. V, YOUNG, No. 7y spruce street, Philadelphia." Post-paid. (jy- WAN'TI'.D I'ropi letors ol mu i; or hook stores, and Pcdl.-rs, in every tnv n in the United Slates, to art ;'s agents for the above work. Sept. II, s s i;nM1 S(dtunttndr, I ice, t ml Thiifjirvif Chests. Fire-frouf doors for J!ai,ks and Stt res, S, al and letti r-ropying l'resse.s, pi.lenl slide-lined lielri geratois, water liltt is, piitmi j , rtalde water closets, inteiidt d lor tl e Mi I. aid inlii m. Uvans K w'atson, No. "id S. Thinl Street, (Opposite the J'iimli Iphta KjiIlii. ;:i ,) Maiiiilaelure and keep constantly en band, a ', - l.oge assmllni lit ol the iil.ove "!',' ' .1- nrtieles. to.-tbi r w ilh ll,. if . U.i.' Patent Improved Salamander ' ' I'lle-prool Sales, which aie 'J , so roiislruclid as to set at ':-, . . ' lest all manner ol ..i.!i as lo t, eir being -trietly fne. 1 1 f. i'lol I) al I bey will resist I tie lire of any ln:i.'iig. The oiitsioe ca ses ol ibese Sales are Ilia.'.; ol boiler ii"li, il.f in- side r I soapsiiiuc, a'.d bet u t en I he toiler ruse and inner case is a space of sot; e three inches thick, and is filled in with indesi ruei il le i n.te 1 1 1 1 , so as lo make it an impossibility burn any t,f the ct.nl i-nls inside ol I bis Chest. These Soap stone Salamanders we are prepared and Co chall enge the win Id lo produce anv article in '1 e shape ol li'iok Safes thai will -land a much beat, and we bold ourselves ready al all limt slo have then, fairly tested by puldie bonliie. W t also eontii lie lo matiuf ictnre a l.ucc and general iis-oi I n.eiit of our rrelniiiti, ,Ai .i- t I no pi,,., I S,;cS i I w I. It'll there aie ovel Mill now in i.-e, and in t vt iy in stance I bey I ave giv. n i nl il i sal isl.ict Ii Ii lo Ibe purchaser 1, which we will leti r the public Ii a few g.'iu lemon w ho have Ibem inii.e. II i word ,V S II viler, Pollsville; .lo-e,i (',. r.o. potlsvilte; Mr Williaio fair, DovlHow ii. Pa. N. G.Tavlor, t'..i. north :M st. A. Wright, St Nephew Vine si. wharf, Alexander ( amr, ('onvovatifi r, corn r t f'i'l i il a: t' !"b sts., ,!ol n M . Ford. " I iioi il.::dsi ,Meis llr-d,, vii unilli ltd -I, .lames M. Pl, )l. s.,,,,1 1 , . ,. ).,vj. ,lane, Ks,,,ii ;;d , f,J ,, ,. 'p Miller. 'gilsoiilh ;'.. si . ai d we could i.-.,t:-(- -a me I i i i'ii i!s ol olb es if it W i re nece.-al v. N'W weinvile tleat telllliill ol the riddic, am! p 0 I iei, I in ' V llio-e in want nt File Pi. ol S .t. -. I.. call at i ur n,,,,. .. fore pui ebi'siei; ,.s( v. hi i e. titlwe eaii sali-fv them that they w ill Li t a belli r art! t'bt aeer aiti cle at our stole than at any other i slablisbinet in the cily. We also inalinl'ariiiie the mdinarv fix Proof ( 'bills, al very low .inr-,i Ii am i lb an I bey ran be bought at any t tin t s'on in Philadelphia. Imiii hi t Sept l' I'.PMy. Joiiv.nm;- Vw;.o.. "That diovcmmciit i (he The 'otith's Friend it Teachers Comfort. COMJMIMAN AU1T11MUT1U. 1 1 1 1 1 Altenlioii ol 'reachers, School Directors l. Paieitlsand Inerchiiuls is called to a series to Arilliint in s, piepaicd w it h gieal care by Mr. Allium Tirluioi, ;, 'lYacher of upwards nl twenty yens' expt i lent .'. They are called the Columbi an Calculator, I beyouth's Columbian Calculator. - complete Key to the above works lo be had sipci.iic ,n together. Tu kiioi's Arithmetic la hies. The first named in already introduced into some ol the iicst Academics, and a large number ol Schools, w here its use has given universal salis I "i lioii, ImiIIi to Teachers and pupils. It has the chum also ol being purely Jlimricuit in its char "i ter, based upon our own beatililul decimal sys tem ol currency ami is considered by Teachers a- il.,' li, tuning 1 1 a new era in this department ol science, hy rejecting the old I'.liglisli system (Ironi w inch nearly all our present Arithmetics aie c ipn d,) ol conliuilig Ibe pupil for years in the process o reducing pounds lo larthings, and I iitliingsio pounds. Tins Hook is strongly re commended tiy the Hon. Tin. mas II. Hun owes, I l.e late a:ile Siiperieuletident ot.antl Father ol our Common school System, as one ol the best Arith metics in the in, uk. . It is also recommended b .Mr. Oi iist. u.l, Professor of Mathuialics in Lafay ette College ; Mr. Stoever, Principal ol Ibe Pie p.tialory Di'p:.iluieiitof(;ettsybuigt:ollege,logetli er with several hundred Professors and Teachers in various sections ol the country, (p it is also the cheapest Arithmetic in the market. " The Youth's Columbian Calculator," by the same Author, has just been issued. It contains !M pages, with about 'Jdi) example for solution on the slate; it embraces the luuilatnc ntal rules, Compound Roles, Simple and Compound Reduc tion, Single rule of Three, or Proportion, fee. Teachers who have examined this woik since its publication, are of the opinion that it is just what is very much wanted at this tune in our District Schools as a Pi imaiy Arithmetic tor those commencing the study nl numbers, lor the reasons that those Primary Hooks now in use areeilhei too juvenile, or loo larin advance of the pupil ; in lact, thai there has been no suitable Primary treatise on Arithmetic before the public. It is al so believed that this volume w ill contain a siilli cietit amount of practical arithmetic, as w ill com monly occur in the transaction ol oidinaiy bu-i-uess more par1 icularly in the Female liepail incut of our District Schools, many of w bom s, . doin learn the use of numheis as lar as Reduction or Proportion, and as I be work is intended, in part, for Ibis class of pupils, gieat care and l.iboi has been bestowed with a view to render i very part perfectly plain and easy of comprehension by the pupil. The calculation aie in "our cm -leticy," w ith the use of a few fractions, suilie ii n for general use, as a knowledge l fractions can be acquired from the larger volume. The key embraces several hundred examples in Arithmetic and Mensuration, and other vidua bit; matter lor the use of the Teacher. The ex amples are given in full with notes, explanations, illustrations, demonstrations, &c. "Ticknur's Arithmetical Tables," is designed or the use of younger classes in the Schools of the United Slates. This book is now published for t'ie lir.,1 time, and is considered by competent judges, the best Table Hook ill the market al present. Those volumes contain about thr-e thousand' six hundred origina niicslioiis for solution n .'renter amount of Arithmetical Science than has ever been published in the same space, in this or any other country, and are destined to beceinelbe text. books of the Union, being purelv American in their character, and adapted i'muiiIIv Ii. the wants of the student, the man of business. . Mechanic, and the Artisan. faThev ought to he introduced immediately iiitoeverycou,tnoiu school in the country. i',r:;-Tliese bonks 'ire for sale, wholesale oi n-tail. at tl.e store ot lleflev & Melidelihal!. bv S. Mkvio:mi.m.i., Aifent, f..r O I. Countv n'h peril'ull v requested to call and examine ihe i.o.,U fie earners and r urn i,ii-,.et,,i - r. or themselves. June 17, ' s-lv. (Sept 1 lUtOOMsiniitc i:.ciiam;i:. VK uiidersiiineil resiect!'ullv imloiin, ,,. 'I old i as iriemis ami ine putilir gener.tl . Ibid be ken that well known, large ami cn,,:i,,od,s, PUBLIC 4a. A, rv.-. The Kxrhange Hotel, lalelv kept hv t'i,y,. F'.llis, situate on .Main sheet, direcilv oo.i...i,,'i.i New court House, in blooinsnui-,', i,iui,,,,, ! where all thities nre in readiness t.. s,,!,. n,,. i Wauls ot the public. ' . o,s no ise eteiu v oee , ent ire, , i .,! . proved, and is well calcuate4 o i onii ii ,,,. I,, ,,, convenience of the II 'avidliii'g'rommuuiiy, ai .d it i-ki, ii i ,i i . . ' is 'ue determination ol Ihe pionni im , ti;, ne so coniiiicieu as lo ue secmntl lo none in d,,., , tiou. stablitiL' is r is extensive ami ol the best , i i 1 1 , i , , , . kind, ami w 111 ,'uw ays lie well at lended. s.-huuEi. j. r.n.iiiv. nl.oilnsbur'.'.Jaiv. 1 .ri, ' is. c rmNTrr ire sFn i-: ssT rilllK UlldelsiL'lied respect I uy , ,, .) e pub- J lie in netieral that be has e, . ii.ii .,-,.- t and w ill coiitiiuie the above bi'siness n all v ;il lies at tl.e low shop of John fill, is, en 'iiiid street, between Ihe .At adi my ami the Method,..! Church, where he hasci ustaidly ei I ; ;,,; w Vl 1 maiie oil simri nonce, an kmilol Cabinet Wine sllcll as Secretin les. altllolies. I:. v..,, Sideboards. Tables, 1 .'adsteads, Stands. (', , ( li'iis,,v.e i, is a-o Im iiisi,,, wilh I',., d I!, n-e lo attend I.,,,, mis at all tunes. Ills llllliilllle is n, la'e in I I'ooi Inatei ials which be ,j :' best slvl -d ol be plliclia-etl . s,.w bi le. J: I. mi, In r. :i hi ! c , t rv sen as . w a t taken for tin- liitnre at Ibe ii.aiUet juice ''.I'd. Vv. COM I.L r.loiiiri-bnr-, .j,,,,. !v-,..Vi ciii'.M' watciiks am).ii:vi:i.uv. j )v; ;-V,.l;i, .No .,', ..'lies,,,,, ,,,,. ' l'li'"'ld.l1...',. !,..,. Kl. , II.M'.'llel-oli;, , I, la, ! :,! ,!,,, 1.,,., Want,, m uodactiiiei. , I ,', , ,v A ,, , u r ,.i"vs on naeo ,,, ;,, ',., , SlUer do .-I', I,. s ;n. ,;, i,, i , ! do -l-J s-i.-,. , ;, , k. ,i1m ; , Kijen, 1 s.::n.s,. . i , si t;. id I enciis. s ii,wani. I'ens, s I ,.',i Cold en,, , ureal lanotv l!.ii ,nu 1 o. Ii. i. ed I'oii.tcii I Ii t- ai ,i biea t in-, i.i " . Mllilatiile ( a , s. ( ;,.,, !! lea I... , i-I ,,, s, , t bains, ,- l'j to w j;,, , ;, , ii , -kel-, , audit slick-, hi i Hanoi. .1 'laMc I li;l,, ., ol I ..i, (juijd... Hill 1. 1 V- all, f l,i 1 1 1. 1 i t ' '' I"! H o 1,1 ..p 17,1,. Iwttt uliicli govern lea!." m rr TlurCs room Hough for oil. What need of all this I'liss anil strife, F.ach warring with his brother . Why should we, in the crowd of life, Keep trampling down each o(h i Is there no goal that can be won, Without a squeeze to gain it ? No other way of getting on, lint scrambling to obtain it ? Oh, fellow-men, here wisdom, then, In friendly warning call "Your claim divide, ihe world is wide There's room enough for all." What if the swarthy peasant find No field for honest labor : He need not idly slop behind, To (hrusl aside his neighbor There is a land with sunny skies, Where gold for toil is given, Where every hiawiiy band lhat tries lis strength can grasp a living. Oh, fellow men, remember then, Whatever chance heiall, The world is wide where those abitle, There's room enough for all. From poisoned air yt breathe in courts, And typhus tainted allevs. Go forth and dwell where health resorts, In fertile hills and valleys, Where every arm lhat deals a hough Finds plenty in attendance. Up, leave your loathsome cities, now, And toil for independence, Oh, haslen, then, from leveled den, And lodging cramped and small ; The wm Id is wide in land beside, There's room enough fur all. In this fair region far away, Will labor find employment A fair day's work, a lair day's pay, And toil will earn enjoyment. What need, then, of this daily sliife, Where each wars with his brothel .' W hy need we, through the crowd of life Keep trampling down each clhei From rags and crime, that distant clime Will fne the p.,y.'s thrall j Take foi tunc' tide the world so wide lias room iioiih fur all. lor the Columbia Democrat. The :ii-ile:i;:s fcjitt. ii v M)M)t:s;Ripr. A year or two since 1 had lint plcastiii! of spen, liner ;, very merry Christinas willi J)r. Ii. of Cincinnati. The family consisted ol the Dr. and his lady, his two sons who were spending the holidays at home ; and a ward of the Dr.'s, Miss K ite S. Tim eom- i puny relired earlier than usual, and we six drew our chairs round the coal lire that W",M l,1'l111-.r '"-' gle, lor :i social and eotnfortalile chat. Afiera number of tin eedoles had heeu told hy us all ; I mean the young portion of the family, Kate insisted I ihal t.ncle 15., ;is she persisted in calling - i ii.ii i , . "'m' lr" :i '"!''"'r I'l Hi" experience, I e an joined Kale ol course, and the Dr. was preiailiil upon, linaily, to accede lo our v ishes. Aliet l ikino a few minutes to euV-idcr, lie jfve two or three loud hems, and looking oiiis ii'idlv at his belter half? i , ,, -as this happens to he Clirisunas, ! 11 ' ' w 'l'll Villi a story of a Christinas gift. i t w as ine last session ol my medical .ii. . .. . course, aiul I was anxious to see the cn.d ' , ,1 i t V,, t ....... I m. .1 ... C. wm 1. 1 1 , ' i niiiuii ii inv in uir.s.-s Oil . ' ill ii if lanu oi steaiiy natiils, in tne ttreetl .Mountain Stale; in the Institution located al ihe hcutil'ul village of C . Aliiiost I'M'iy y t m 1 1 lT man is, or preicnds lo he, nl some period of his collegiale ca reer, in love ; and I was not an exception to ilns numerous and interesting class of s'udents. Alary V , had most efl'cc- . .1 i i i . , . . ; tliallv ensnared ni", and 1 can sulelv ay, i . i it ,- m that many a lime when I'rolessor M ' 'u eiiiriug on eompiralivr auatoinv irv w as ollenei before my e es than l,i::t . .. . . ill,,, 11 uy-t ol the lecture. 1 could see her , n.ssih.in the most elaborate confession. ' III' I ilV lime, aie'i in lact there was no lime wilt ii 1 could not see le-r in im agination; anil if I del lappeu aecidenrly to see her, it would aim ,. st take away my breath. .Mary Wis ill" belle of the village, and mure man one oi llu; young "enlleinen lli'iil nlli' of llie vniilor .Mill! studied harder to conjure it s une plan to w in her favor, than to win ihe Sheepskin. I . iittnot I could.'' lesenhc her now, nor would 1 ii 1 don't believe she w is hull' so ;r. hy .is .Mr. D., v'liysell; lol.l uk a (w i,as:iec l was, i iied iiaio inn ri Ujiti.tg t j.. .li. . : loi . 1 h. i. I nuiM di.Ii.r u ulyml) eh. c ihd. 1 marked the change and j AN . IT 1849. you, Kate, replied he, 1 don't pretend lo know w li.it the yoiitio Cents w hisper to you while jiieteiidin:; to wash your f.ire in the snow, niul v hen ou Mush and hiy il In the riilil'inj. hut do Know tint Mary was as pretty as yon ai". h del I think she looked somewhat III, vn'l, her hair, :i dark hi'owii, ft II in rniol' u over her shoulders and Iteek, which was neither a hlottil nor a hrimetle, hut a most happy union of the two. .Mirth found a re-ii'pr pl.iet; on her jhrow.and low: a li.mte in her clear haze! eye ; and yet s'p n ,,uv soleni't etio;ioi when occasion ie.iiirci it, Mm was a lovely girl, and ;dihoiio to hear her con verse, ) on would think she never had done anylltiur lUit read ; if yon sat down lo lueakfasl, you would suppose sin; M spun! all her time. j;l t. kiichen ; and hy ihe way, Kate, let me say to you, that the only way for you ever to become lit for lite wife of u sensible m in, is, to hecome deep ly conversant with ihe mystery of pies and puddings ; to ho tilde lo keep your house licit and eleau and comforlahle make it appear" -Well ! well! 1 will Uncle, on ly go an with your story." 'i he J)r. Iiemed once or twice, looked for a moment al a red hot chunk of stone coal laying; in the grate, and hegan ao-aiii. " .My acquaintance was progressing rap idly, and 1 flattered myself that 1 was daily regarded with more and more favor. .My college mates were gradually loosing ground in my opinion, and I was gaining two-fold confidence. A sleigh ride preparatory to getting up a grand gala party for a Christ- mas supper, was in progress. I succeeded j ly, any thing you give I will keep sacred." in engaging Mary as my partner for the j She raised her eyes to mine, ihey were sleighing party. I need not tell you what wanning with affection '-There Harry happened during the ride, or while we , said she placing her hand in mine this is the were enjoying ourselves in the comfortable only Christinas gift I can give you ; My parlors of the polite and agreeablo Colo. vow shall never be broken," said'l, as she "i'l ! i sunk in my embrace. The clock struck AVe had any quantity of fun of every eight "let us go to the supper said 1 m quality, smart and witty sayings and doings, ! Mary." loud laughing and low whispering. Many j Thus ended the Doctor's story. I mi.rht a cheek burned, and many an eye flashed ' add something concerning Kate "ami ChrLt at a whispered sentence in a casual meet- j mas (lifts ; but there is no doubt, the gen ing; and u warm pressure of the hand was : tie reader will imao-ine that we improved the only answer. upon the Doctor's experience. At any rate I will only mention one thing in cminex- ion with this party, and that because I think it sealed my fate. A song was called for by the company, ami a class mate of mine, whose lyrical and musical talent was equal to any I ever heard, answered it with one of his own productions. The heart, oh ! who can tell the change A I. If time o'er il throws ? A youthful lriet.it in ai;e is strange, And joys now turn lo woes ! Ji.it there is truth within the heart, And u licit- jis pulses movi) In a warm current through Ihe soul, Oh trust ibal bean's pine love ! Hut there is truth, kc, Su, Nature and life and man arc chains, 1 lopes, leellns, teal's and joys In youth, o'er ail citation lalige J In age are worthless toys. One leeliug 1 1 1 1 , cannot destroy ; The cause cannot remove ; Kach clime and rose the bliss enjoy, Thai leelmg pure, is love ! for there is truth within the heart, And where iis imlses move In a warm current through the soul, Oh trust lint heart's pure love ! I was sitting hy Mary's side during the signing of this song. There is a magnetic connexion between the eyes of lovers, and 1 and its hiroglyphies can be as easily d. ci-i' phiTcd and understood as those of the magnetic Telegraph. It is most true ' Tiiere'-a l,uiiia-e dial's mute, there's a si It nee can Sieal,, 'I here's a saiio'tbiiig I hat cannot be told ; There are words that can oulv be lead on the rhe.-k, Ami thoughts bin the. eyes can unfold !" A lover will at once aeknow ledxe ibe ! limb of these few lines. And I eau apiieal o all of bo,, sexes whelhera glance o the , " . eve has not olien given them more haiitii - . Soul speaks to soul, as eve returns lo eve I I -"ii " ii iuiiiiiriii.il uuu iieeiiiig i n it, i in ............ i .. ... . .... 1 il ; nice ting. , I he evening passed off pleasantly, and ihe party broke no and reliirned homeward ' It w as not eo , . an, t he i rive was ( bdirrbifnl .My hoises were finely broken and drove easily, rei juiiing little or no attention. I levoted my time to .Mary, bespeaking her I l'r oar (Jl.ri.siiuai buatier. She con-eiited ' U el the M,-,gh was to be at the (!ocrt sev- en Mwavsgav, -he whs on the evening cold syircs-- M'oM'Snnrff n. iiilerpreted it in my favor. She was frank and kind, appearing to have tlropt entirely diathpirit of raillery and satire that gener ally spiced her c, iiiversaiion. I aj. vaiiiiiir,. o this change and on our return 'oufessed my passion. Sim hesitated a moment. -Ah Alary said I, do you douht My hi art is all your own, and you know tint The.-- is truth within Ihe heart, A.i.l where i's puUes move In . A'.iri'i current through (hi, soul, t'li trust tiut hearts pure love." Nhu iiiriied to me a tear was in her eye -giving me her hand she said givo mo a few day .s l0 think upon this matter, Henry, ami in Urn mean lium hope. Little more was said during the short time intervening hetweeu this and our arrival at home. We purled at ihe door wi h a pre sure of the hand and a silent good night. I could not see .Mary again for some time and 1 was any thing hm happy. On Christ mas evening at the appointed hour, I drove up to the door of Mr. V. and was shown into the paHor hy the servant. I asked her if .Miss .Mary was within, she said shu was up stairs nt her toilet. 1 seated my self, hut my fellings cannot he descrihed. Hope and fear alternating with a kind of indescribable sensation made me miserable. Hut I had scarcely time to think, till I heard her approaehi ng footsteps. A rising as she entered. I oll'ered mi- l-,.l ... ,i time wishing her a merry ehrisiinas . "', uv nil; nuiou said she, striving to laugh, Doctor you have certainly won a gift of ., ;iMj do you really want it ? " Ves, said I eauer- . on the next Cliri-tmas day, a party wai isscmhlcd III the old ilrawm.r r,,i,w ,, ,. I Kate called me husband ! Horrible .Tiiirdcr. The Cleveland papers -ive an account of a most extraordinary murder of a citien of that place by the name ol l.,vul Johnston. The mm oer o.'ci rred in Marion county, ,,i, I under ii,,. i 1 dlowing horrid cireuntst.iii.vs, detailed b. ! the i'l. in Dealer, Iron, ,, teleg,a,.l,ic patch t, ! that place: DcfiltHl-f (().) J., i al. i -He was in tint employ of Milliard t j Smith buying cattle, and was ;il t); tj,,, , j in .Marion en. Ohio. H,; had put up al a j tavern in Marion whmu he intended to I make head-quarters for a lime hail ex ! plained to the landlord his business, and a , usual the next .lav went into the ... I 1. C .. . . .1 ' i.'l i ,. c.unitr I iooiv lor came. i lie landlord knowing lhat he had considerable money lt,(m person, sought him when about l:i miles from his tavern, and in a lone place, shot Ii i in , bum robbed him. am dragged his body distance and placet it between two lugs and em en d e same with brush Johnson feigned death until the landlord lelt, when soon alter teamster was nass- w" h'' a"'1 uvmU' ''imsell heard to say U""! vmir :u"1 'I'ive mc to im; liiteru as lasi as possum;. The teamster did so, taking him to the same tavern where he had put up, () ;,r. riving, ihe landlord came out to take the horses, when Johnson raised up and said "That is the man who shot me ! Ho llas $".0(10 of in v m v '" '..nl ..... minutes after Johnston was dead. m ill il'ii ' . "Tl' owTwhelmed at the ev- ' hi,,,M:,f -"'V l'm- lessen lite murder, and is now m ad. 1 "Truth is ;, I . ., 1 , '-ii.oig. r iiiiin iiction. lhat Johnson in his dying, Mremilv .should "isist UP" being carried 1 miles in a hun- ". . ...'u .., i oiivici ins iniinieri r, i not considered at all reinnkable by those who knew him. Me was a man of great probi ty ol character, undaunted courage had been a cattle buyer fur many ears. Me understood well ihe dangers of his calling, went armed, and had some expience in the stiaiagems of robbers. It must have been a shrewd villain who found him off his guard ; and i.i be circunnented, he yielded i.t- ii,.,.,.... i i ui' bi 1i1SI ncatli to bring his murderer tu justice. I ' nh nc,nn Uivrc i rli'nird wif .mil r I r..'.i. ' ....,i v ,. .,...'i.. ik.uii." "