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M AND BLOOMSBUEG GENERAL ADVERTISERS "To hold and trim tho torch of TrutU and Wavo it o'er tlio darkened Elartli."' i TEHMS: LEVI LTATE, ? INlllor, Publisher & I'roiiriclor. J One Dollar & Sevcniy-flve cls,lr. adduce. D) VOL. XL-NO. 29. .COLUMBIA " DBHOCRAT, PuUhhed every Saturday Morning, LEVI L. TATE, In Did omsburg, .Columbia Co., lOri'ion. In (he new U rick Jiuildingt op posite the Exchange, by 'side of tho Court House," Democratic Head Quarters,'" TI'.HN( ftp suiiscuirnoK. (1,00 In iiJvunco, for ono copy, fur six months. 1,7.1 in a.lvauco, fur ono copy, ono yenr. ;(Hl If not paiil within tho lint thrco (tenths. 2.2."i If not rM vrltliln tho first six months. 2,51) If not pnl.Mrtthlli tho your. ilj 11 ,1 smn jrijivion in nun lur lass miwi rix iuuiiiiie, nnii'no n.uier iliijontlnod until nil urrearnucBsliall hivo bconpnlil. ID" Ordinary a.lvortlfomonls Inserted and Jot work executed atthoostahllshod prices. Election Proclamation. W IIF.REAS, by the laws of this Com. mini wcnMli 1 1 1 la tii t tin the ilnt v ol tlm dilcrlrt' nf rv?ry cntmiv to otvo notice of the puernl HULioiid, itv jmmicnnon ill nit i or oioro iicivspnpern ei mo coun ty, nl least iVvcutj dia iM'Inro tui- elrctlon," nnil to HiMitucratc therein ." tlie oWr-cra to lm cIpcumI," and to " don! Btnw the placo at wlilcli th" election is to o ium." 'JiK-nio.c, r, M'i:i'iii:N ii mii.i.ku. mKii Htiruff of OnlutiibiiL county, do liereliy iniiko known nnt procliiiu lb the n'mlili1"! rrrtnr of Columbia enmity, tli.tt n (IUMCUAIj I'.l.l'J.'TlON w-H tt j,h( lliroiiftimit M.d county, on TUCPDAV, the TIIIll TUUNTIl UAV OP OU'i01.r.K.lHnn Hip second T.it-s. dny hi itfii't month, at tlio tcvtrul ifislrieu within tho rounly in w(t : lipiituii low itlit nt llic bonne of t.'x-klrl Cole, j. payer tnwntliip, nt tint Iiuim f Clirlstlnn Bliuinnn, liio'im lav. iisin'., nl tlio Ourl llnuo. Jllootnultiir iirinrr rt't-k lnvtiN'p( nl the Town llni'se, Ucnvick, OalartiifB t'twiifliip, nt Hie Iioubc of tho lulu fctacy1 .Ma?''rman, Catnw Mn. (Vi)tru lowiuhii, nt ihe Imiidp of JrreniiMi Hcm. ilecM. I'i i.ilii!rr rock low n&lifp, filths house of Abraham Kline i io iv occupied by William Ijoiix, (jri'fnwnnd townttlitp. nl tln lnun ofJotic)li It, I'uttou, lltMiitock inwinliip, ui the Buck Horn Ldcuil Ut hship. nt Hit linumj uf David Kcinboht. t'i inkl'n tow iib1iJi.hi Cl.itotr tichnol lionet;. Mitlliu luwiiAlup at lint liniise nt Jnlui Keller. iMiitlnoii town Mil jt,nt llii-lioiiao of J no Welti vtr, df-cM. MnuntiilciMint tuwiiilup, at tlio Imiifu cf William llnuhiiiHt'it Montour towiKlllp, it tlio nout nf John R!cl arila. tioiv ocrtipieil liv William llnUltiprheari. vi iif ii luwiMliip, nt H'" ho i of Innne VrMrr. llnariii(,ctti k tow tithip nt ilit lumfr of U. W. )iK'- '.tcli- now (rcnpitfl ly 1'riinMhi liumati. Orant: township, at the lousu ut 1'tUr I1. Kline, UMitc-ill. J mo tovvnuhip nt 1 ho liniitto nf Albf-rl lliiiilcr, HilKioaf loiynflii,t lt "IU JinuHi' tf Alinn Culo Hi iitttnwnrMp, At the tnvino of ChneirtloWfll. lpy'n. t'tiuvDjttnin luwns'iip.oi Hi" liouwo nf rf U Woliurili. Jurknon i(iwnIiii, nt tin Iioubi! ol JimIiu.i rVivnutj, Itii furih.T ttinctMl tlint Hip tli ttioii nt tln bhuI 6rn I i'Kihrin c-Ii ill NJ pi'iicd tciirutn tlm liouri nf H iind to o'clock In tlie ltircinioii,1iii.l bIihIJ coiiluu open without tnnrrnphnn or ft'lJoininiii'iU. until 7 or luck In 1 li fcmi ln'ti the pulln a tin II lie cIohim). 1 ho t flfi'is tobi't'kcii-d ul ihu linieuml plncu itKirc ijiiii!, nri A COVKItNOR, two Jt imwA or tiii: scrunMi: coitut, A CANAL IHJMMlHStONKHr a MiiMiir.it or i:os(jiiirf. A hl'ATi: rtllX TtK rvo mi;mhi;hs or ahsiim mlv r. i I u j i i jf i.ii irtri. t.n. m: ri'.usoN rou ikotiiootaiiv, rtr.RK OK Tllli COLUV OFtilJrtKTIl ti;tiytoNr, optiii: Oltl'llAN'rt tOUIiT. A NO til" Till; CO (JUT OK 'OVI.II ani ti:hmini.k. o.vi: rr.u-o roit iuistlu ANiutccprtuiMt, A COUNTY '1 lilJAhUKLlt, " ' A COUNTY AIMU'IOR (mt lim rntd t'liclion of Cnnarr"inan Is hi Id In inrtinnco of n writ to on1 din i U d hy llin vnrnor of. Uo Cnnimoiieiillh of I'cniuylv.niis, wIhti iii it is di-nctt-ri llnii lipcmini u viic.mry lia happcni'il in ilio f i'precntniiil ot .t Sditr ju I lie MouBt;o( Ilrpreu'lif ii lives of tl't United Mntes.ii cunot!iu,:ico ol the dntll ofJniiN (J MoMoomikv, elect rd a tnenilicr of tin-Twenty Tilth Concrem. from th Twelfth Con. jm-tvional Dmtrtct, ronipnind of the couiitien of Cu limhui, LneernP. Montour and Wyoining, that I.Hle p lie ii II. Miller , II iff Ii HtierilfoM'oiiimlija county, thrill ; ' lodd or can') tn ho Inild, ii. ciich township, at tho, linn Hitd at i ho plarm hf.trenaid, an elect f on for ilmo- ; loK a Iteoresenltiilvft of tliifl.CoTiiniutiwenliii in llic lloiioeof ttpproHfiiiHthrdilt thy Unlud titaU'i.to ml tlie vacancy uforcrnt'l. And. wlurcnp, I hnvcl.ecn dlrrrud hytheCovcnif r to give not ke l h d n joint lenollitinn, propngiiif crrtftill iiiiicndinentH tothf t-onsUiiitioii ol Hi In Cmniuun wealth, ' !utt heeti Pi;reet to by n iniijn fly of the nit in It a e'tcttd to t-'itrn lliiui of I ho l.eslnlat;ire, nl two iucc8ivo lermti ol thii fame, ntnl tint it is provided by thu Con ttlitntion. that any Ht-tetidiiiiiit bo npreed upon, ittall ho ubniitled io tho peoplu for iheir approval o reje tt hi . Thercfiiro, lar the purpqto oj nsmlaiititiK ihe pen bo of the cilUeftsOf thii ('ominonwenlth in rcijiinl tli.TUto, LBl'-jlU'1 II.M'IKr, IlipliHhctiU'ufCdliniilna couiitvfhi (the notice and pr oc'aitn la Uia n,u&lilind clt'dora or hind chanty, tluit nn ilt'ctioti will be Ijtld in t-ich of I ho tovAi liips. uardamUl dtitrUtR tliffeln, on llhiiJllCOM) TUKSIMY OF OUTOIIKR, A. U, rt5,ft)r thn purpose of deriding upon the adoption or rejection of tho raid uineiidinenl, cr any of them; which s.ild el-nioii hall ho lioltt Ht tho tilacev, and opened and closed .it tho lim) at and within v. hich tlo (encral Ulectlona of thin Comuinnweallh nro held, oiifiicd and closed: mid it Hliatt ho tho duly ol Ihe J ml Hi', Iiifpecto-n and Clerknof each of said town ylifpB, wnrds nih!"difctncti! to tcccitunt th' raid dec tinn. lirkeu tlther rilicn or Printed r rnrllv u nl ten and partly printed from citizens duly qunliliod tn voto tor nictnucrB ui nm uenerJi Aftteiuuiy, nmi in d ennui i them In n box or boxes to bo for that tmrimFo provided by the. proper ollicir ; which llrketH bbatl he respectiv ly labelh'tt on tho oijtaldo, "Hrnl Amend' inent,' Htscotid Anieiidcieiit," "Tliiid Amendment," and rourilt Amendment," a nd those who erojfuvorn- hlo to Haid AmendiiitJiiii, or nuy of them , may express tlioir ilemro by.yolinj each as many separate written or printed, or nirlly written ur primed ballots or tirkeia, contalnins on tho jutido thereof the wordi 'I-or i ho rtmecdieiiu'' and ihnHO u lio aro on nosed to hiich Aniundmetit'torany of thnii, may exprfcBBihcir (ippoeition by voting earn as many st-parato written or prlofd bnllo'B or ijrkii miuininp on the in tide iliitrenrOtft worilfl. "Al-iiIiiH tho Alnclldlllenltl.1, And futthor, 1 do hereby give notice, direct and proclnini, th:tt tho election mi I hi 'u&Ul proposed Amendment. hnll be opcnel and closed at tho mine timu.Hnri In nil rofnects bo conducted. at tho General Klt-rtloiu of this Ciiiiunonweiilih lire now coudueted, ;ih well ns respects the qualinentions of voters, the time nnd muniitjr ol making returns, as in all other iiartlculirs; It U further directed tnat tho meetings of the return iodizes, at ihe Con it IIoiihh In lllnoiuehuri!. in make out the ne nil returns, hull ho on th) flrvi Friday auc ceoihna the (jeiionil election, which will ho llic Bix- tenitn nay oi uctnner. Thu ConKreHional return Judges rf the Twelfth 1Mb tricl, couiposeu ui me couutiuH oi uoiunium, LiUcrne Montour and Wyouiinji, will lutct nt lite CotirUIoute. in lIluuiiuVurKltpii TUESDAY, llm Twentieth dnv of October ue tt, to maku out rttur s formclabcr orCou crps ' 'llm Scnatori.il leturn Ju.lgea of the Thirteenth ren.iloril tlutrict, composed pi lue counties orfnyder. Notthiinibfrland. Montour nnd Columbia, will meet Di tho Court House, in the borough nf punbury. hi the count v of Northumberland onTUUrtDAY. theTwenti- ith i'ay of October ueit, to maku out rolurnn for State Senator. Thu return JudeH of the Ueprescntative Pinlrict comnosed of thu counties of WvouiincHulllvan. Co liuubin and Moiilnqr, Bhall meet at the Court IIauo. In lt.)oiubUrL'.iii the count v of Columbia. on 'JULDAY. tho Twcutiolh thiy of Of toLtf next, to make outretuina for members of Amdi'iiiIiIv. And In and by Iho Buid orl I nm further directed to five, notice that t very purun,excejtitig justices of tho pence who limit hold nny ofiiro or appointment of profit or triibt uuler the (:oL'rnuiBnt of tho United JSuteo, nr f this Hlate,or of nnycityor incorporHted iiuinci neiuer u cumiiuvtiiuiivd omct r or ouierwiw il,irdinnlH nlhcer or O'Ttlt. who It. or thsll lm em nlnyvd under tho U'iliH j vi'.or rxecMtive, grjudii-iary oetiaituiuntuf thlsfinto, or ofuny incorporated district. uud uIbo thai very mviubcr of CoiiKreas.and of the re h-rt or Loinmoii council of any fitytCaminiMonern of nny liirumuotud district, it,byUw, incapable of holding or exetri'iiii; at the same lime, n oiuce or appoimmunlof judt;e.iuiii;ttor or ftJlkof unj elcciiuu i. r ii,i niii.t,i,iiiv(!:iili. nnd that no Inaucclor, iJtice or any officer of nny surh election it lull he eligible tu an umco I hi u la nc otea icr (ieu undur my tr.ndnHd teat, at my ntUceiilLloom! ourir, tuts Jii u.ty oi aiu'imi. . i'., iwi. ' fcil'iil'ilL.V 11. MILLKR. ltu.)u.bburtf,H'pt 5, 165 V is ht riff IIQWAW KXl'KKSS COMPANY, T. OBWAIIU mid ilrllver liackamr i n llm Uno of ll 1. -i'nttivil r nnd lleailinir. l.'utt.iuiHFa. Wiriianiiport uinl Kiir- ai'il WllllanKpuit ami i:i mini llniUH'll I)ruri, Nui al.il Hill iirumnily cnltecud 11c i .. I UlficQ, ilri Clicslniit tictt. Ofilrn for liiD.u iifiiHffe. una tipnat collrtUil hen gi tun g 1'lill.nlcll.liN, Aug'.O.lrO: y AN u.Kiif imtiii t Uuiiitciluiibr), Juwilry. Itri'muj ry, BoajH , Hair Uils. 1'uiu.aei., kc , lo t.n li u1 ut f, tX-Altua LoukBWic. Eltnjiiiilur;, May SO, Ml, BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA Bccct f oettn- THE ILQIHVJW IS 101 IS Thu light nt homo! how bright It beams Who n evening shadows round ut fa.ll; And from thu lattice far It (Imams' To love, and tost and comfort call When weitrlcd with the toils of day, And Htrifo fur Rlory, gold or fame. Mow sweet to seek the quiet way, Where living lips will Hit our iamu Aroun d the light ul hodio. ' When through tlio dark and stormy nlsht. Tho waywnrd wnnderrr homeward hies, How f hec'triK H that twinkling light. Which through the forent gloom ha spies ; It l tho llrhl nt hornet h It els Thai loving hearls win greet him there, And safely through Iflbofotu i tenia 'J he joy niid love that Unnlidi caro ' Around tho lighl ut home. TheJichlAltinmat when ere at last ll greets the seaman ihtough the slorni, Ho f.-etii no more thn rhilllu blaili , Thai bean upon his manly form. Long yenls upon tho eea have fled, Si new Mury gave her parting kiss, Hut tho sad I tarn hieh she then ahed Will now he paid with rapturous bliss Around the light at hotua. The light nl horn" I how Mill nnd eweet It peep from yonder cottage dou-1 ' The mry laborer tn srtct When the rough tolls ol day are o'er. Bail is Hip soul thit decs not know The htPS'lugs that tlio beomii Impart, Thn cheeM'ul hopia nnd JoyB that rfow. And lighten up the heavieel heart'1 Arnutul ihe light at home. rtgiual (Essan, WR IT UN Mil IKK (OU'MDtt I4.MQCIUT. MAN AND W.OMAN. liv KATE, I A hind and beneficent Providence Ins allotted to man and his lovely helpmate, j i'"' The routitry, that liko Hachel, had very different spheres , in jvhich to 10070.) wept over the fato and sorrows of her To man Le iias given tljo.wido world, ls' children, now clnppcd her hands on the tho the.itre on nhich to act tho drama of hill-lops, in the valleys made glad her his life. Around womnu ho lias breathed ! heart, and 011 her lips muimurcd in per tho divino e-pirit of Lovo, aud bado her petual praiso (he hymn ofFiccdom! !ut, assert a ggnjlo fioveieignty over tho hearts' although tho lion of England had quailed and homes of tho " Lords of creation." boloro tho prido of American sirms, a Tho ni.o, uh a due meed ol his merits, re-' mighty and majosiio work remained yet to ce;vof. tho laurel crown of woildly ili.stino-' be accomplished. Tho jVwcl of gieat price, tion ; while iho othor, for tho puiity of purchased by copious blood and heroic heart, and tho nobleness of her nature, is s.icrilieo, was still to bo made safe secure decked wilb tho mvit'o chaplct 1 f Love. perpetual. The dUcoidatit elements of Ambition, with its syren fWs, b'ecl:6'ns ,' man forth from the &acrcd joys of home, ud leadd him omongst tlio bus- cr iwds of men, to enter its aieua and strivo for its honors. And often to accomplish his ends, j he gffors up before tho thrino of his idola-1 try Ids mo.-tchciihcd principles. Wealth, tho great lover power that muvestho niori.1 universe, sheds iu glittering light around j his pall, and poor, frail man often uneon- bciius'y worships tho "Almighty dollar," ' ith moro than eastern devotion 1 Like Shadraeh, iMeshaek and Ahcduego, ho has Hon to Wodo through a fiery furnace. His life is ono of hardship and bitter trial. A thousand temptations ;iwait him on every side; u thousand allurements cntico him from tho path of rertitudo; disappoint mentSj.dailc and dismal, oppress him; cares weigh him down ltko a'u incubus- Atlas like, ho boars a world pf, troubles on his shoulders ; Niobo liko, ho stands dis consolato and spiritless! Often tho vary! circumstances that surround him, work out us luin. " The slings and arrows of out rageous fortune" so olten pierce his flesh, that bis very nature becomes changed, and that uobi ity of soul that once characterized him, is now lost iu selfishness. Daily con tact with tho miseries aud vices of lifo, narucii his heart, anu render him inc.ipablo j ot uioso Uclioato leehn.'s and emotions 1 which find so congenial a homo in tile brtast of woman. But she. far awav from ' theso temptations, excluded by her nature from tho rudo contact of ihooxtcrnal world, I hor heart free from its contaminations, and her soul unspotted bv its vices, btauds forth ! amongst the rougher sex, liko a star iu iho darkness of night, clad in tho beauteous glaro of gold, she doe? not auction off her D n- ' T hand and heart to the highest bidder, but tho bestows them oa him whom bho loves ; and when once tho " tendrils of her heart" aro enlwincd around an object, she clings' to it with unwavering fidelity and loving confidenco. Thcro is nothing earthly in tho lovo of Mrue woman ; it is divine, -It is something homo, freihi'roni tbo "flowery! to iho 0-J,re3 and holll'r3 of Publl lor- niiumos, ami no is in very goou cou mounts of Paradise" ou augclio pinions, l ever. Tearing himself away from tho Mion, having lost only Seventeen pounds It is the breath of tho Creator, for " God is Lovo."" It is decpor than ocean's unfa - tliomabla depths; it is purer thau tho " iqclo that hangs on Diana's Templo"' and more lasting -than limo itself. It 1 cnt. And thcro tho greatest man ot all blesses tho first "young mora'' of our lifo ; 1 this world set his houso in order, and siis it gilds our youth with tho rainbow tint of! taiuod by an unfaltering trust, was gilher hopo und happiness ; it wreaths around ' cd to his lathers!, manhood's, blow a sweet ohaplct of uufad iug joys, and it supports ago's1 feeble slops with its niagio iuflucuee. In health, tho nr.... 'In ,nrt ll.o ill, of lifo. her el.eerin, smilo revives our drooping spirits. In eliro0orco employed m the printin,' do Biokncss, her toft baud calms and soothes partmcut is thtco hundred, fnoludiug ro our aching bruws ; her tender, kind heart porters and' proof readers. - - " ' O deeply sympathises with U3 ; and 'y?Iicn tlio flickoring "lamp of life" goos'outjn doath, this ,( ministering angel" lingers longest and oftcnest by tho green mound that covers our remains. - ,Rle4t e th tyimortai God ii Acf 7'Ab youth who fondltf titt by thte, And heart end see tee alt the uAfa, Softly tpcak, and itoittlp smifs' God blc&a thec, AVoman I From tho PkiUdelphta Preti. An Eloquent Oration. - .. . a .1 fr I Iirnn llin nh h nrnttnn rF ihn linn, linn.' w qj , o . r .1 ai is lmicstono, rcililo una benutitui: As a I W. llrcwor, Stato Senator from tho Adamn 1 . ,, .;!,,, ,.ii.:, 1 ,,,,1 w,i.ii ntctt ,ii!rn,i wn,n,pUco Practl0aI Bgnculturo, nulhtng and Lianklm District, delivered before ,,, ,.,,,, ,,,,,, ,,t:,,i . 1 tho people of Chambcrslmrg on the "1th of July last, wo mako tho following beautiful pv(i, ' in, .i,,nn 1, r,rnMr nr extract. His .thomo is tho character of Washington : "And now the mnoko of battle ha'B pasa- ,od away, iud loft t,ho sUy,ccar, serene and beautiful. Pence, 'like the' shadow of an angel's wing, smiled in all her loveliness over this blessed land. Tho clang of arms melted into tlio ,whiiipcrings of joy the noiso of the conflict was mellowed into tho lie of tho reaper's tong. Glad nature oiuo moro woro tho gorgeous livery of verduro, beauty Mid fragrance, Tho na tion, that like Judah beneath her palm trcca had mourned the desolation of her temples, was now clad in tho bridal gar- incuts of the altar, rejoicing in tuoauty of bcr (heritage and tho promiso of bor U'ttiounl greatness and growing prosperity wcro to '' moulded,into just nrd substm- tl"' 'onus of strength, harmony n"U pro- portion. ho iihstriqus spirits of that Ja' "tro equal to tho task. Under tlio oyo and couujels of.bim wlio had led armies to victricd, and delivered his pcoplo from the houso of lioudago, tho Constitution was framed, marked by talent, attainments aud statesmanship, wliicli are still tho wonder and admiration of the world. Upon ils wide platform of wisdom, justice and equal ity, in tho simplo majesty of eternal truth, and with tho inassivo columns of undeoay iug Etiongth, sprang tho proud templo of tho American Union, chaste, towering and sublimo I And now the now and gallant ship of Stttc lay upon tho tranquil branst of an unexplored soa, roody for her first voyngo. Her hull was strong her rigging well appointed her main mast spired up liko a I earn of lighl bor yard arms stretcl?- cd themselves out in tho prido of strength her spars glittered in tlio morning suu and her white sails fluttered iu tho balmiest breath of- heaven. Should that uoblo ves sel come back again or, go down in tho first heavy gale f Tho wholo nation conducted to tho crowded shoro tho saviour, tho deli, vorcr, tbo lather of bis country, Ceorgo " asmngion 1 ins Biep was sun eiasuc, ; anu 111 the eaim nuo 01 ins oyo siumuoreu 1 yet a world of eucrgy, Tho eloquonco of that paternal voice, that idolized form .with 1 its charmed life, kindled hope and inspired confidence. Amid tho smiles of heavon and tho plaudits of tho peoplo ho stopped on board : his chart was tho Constitution. !' Liberty Ins compass, ami tho U mon ot tho , Siatps, li guiding siar. That majestio j ship, bearing tho liopcs and destinies ot a razini world, moved awav unon its nath of waters .liko a- thing of life. For eight 1 ' .... .... adventurous years his hand guided tl,at . vessel safely through tho ponls ot tho 69a, "c 110 '"'ougnt her naeic to 1110 na- Y'cn, no limber was shattered no spar Ibrokcu-.herbeautyunniarred-jlicrstrongth ', uncrippled aud hor sails untorn. Ilis groat mission .was ended ; and ho bado farewell, ! cmbraocs.of Lis loved oountrynicn, ho found ' for declining years a sweeter, .hapfinoss and '"P gratefullrauquility at his own hearth, 111 tho honored shades ot rctiro- ' LiU on$ vho wrapt, tho draptry of hit couth rfbout Aim, and ho iieo dvn' to jdcaoant drtomt," ' esr T ho uditiou of .tho London 'Units each iiiornini' makes a pilo fifty feet hick. Evcrv four days it Mould mako a column liinTi na llm l.niu nn Alnnillnonr I lin 'COUNTY, PA., SATUE'DAX, SEPTEMBER 26, 1857- Tho Fanners' High School of Tonnsylvania, Tho Board, of Trustees of tlio Farmers' ( High School of Pennsylvania havo just issued an 'adJrcgfl. Thoystato that in 1805, oner inc most paucnt nnu carcxui exami- l, . r , , . " . 4 nation of sevcrnt points m various quarters of tho St to, thoy Luvo fixed tho local on , ui ulu uv;iiUUi iu V,ul.u vUUUV, ...u BOUthcrnElopoof Penn and Nittany valleys. within, perhaps, five miles of tho gcogra. J Tilnrnl int.rn nf llm State, wlmrn thn land I " T, , ... - . . - . 1 ..ir..!-...1 .1 r s e 1 ' A " " J' n"T;' r ,mv 'i 1 " V" I ttIld anaoyaQCCS of n tow" or PuUl oumtiuuiiji luuijiiuu iiuiu ijiiuu 1U0r"3 1 so prejudicial, to the pursuit of study, or tho security of a well managed farm or garden. Two hundred acres of this land wcro g6ncro'usly donated to tho Institution by Gen. James Irwin, with tho privilege of purchasing ono hundred acres upon each side, at any tiwo within fivo years, at sixty dollars on 'acre; and in tho meantime to havo possession of tho whole, upon tho payment of tho interest upon tho valuo of thu last mentioned two hundred acres. Tho Hoard of Trustees took possession of tho whole, and having appropriated of it, to tho apple and pooch orchards, 21 a-4 acres to binaller fruits, 5 2-1 acres; to tho gardens uud nursery, 10 1-1 acres; and to tho campus, 12 1-2 acres. A system of record of all the doings pn the form has boon arranged, and tho plan of education is believed to bo as perfect as possible. Several of tho buildings havo been com pleted and others arp in progrcsf . . Tho Legislature nt itd last session, appropriated $10,000 to enable tho 5oard of Trustees to carry out their pUn; twenty-fivo thou sand of wbioh is payable only upon condi tion that a liko bum bhall bo raised from some other touico. 'Tiioro is no other mode of raising thin sum than by private contribution or that of County Agricultural Societies throughout tho States. This sum contributed, will pl.ieo tho Institution in a prosperous condition, aud encourao tho Board of Trustees to prosccuto tho work to speedy and attivo operation. ISo such school, os is hero contemplated, has ever yet existed amongst us; and it is most confidently anticipated, that whilst v.'o arc getting up a farm which will bo a model for farmers whilst wo will bo testing and disseminating tho most valuable seeds and plants throughout tho wholo length nnd hroadth of tho State, laving tho guarantee of such an institution for their character and quality, wo will bo imparling to youth those principles of uatural scicuce, which, when intermingled .with tho practical ope rations of tho farm, will give character to them, and dignity to their calling. Fred crick Watts, Ksq., of Carlisle, is the Pre sident of tho 15oard of Trustees to whom all communications upou tho subject may be addressed. Dr, Burdell in Braail. In tho new book on "Hraiil and tho1 Brazilians", by ltev. D. I'. Kidder, and llcv. J. 0. Trctcher, Dccto'r Burdell is curiously enough noticed as having been in R.u jallcr;0 ; xgsi, ' i10 writer, in ppoaking of tho aseout of tbo-Sugar Loaf,a far famed mountain, near Ilio Jauerio says, on page 40 : .On tho 4th of July, 1851, Ilurdell, an American dentist, acconvpauid by bis wife, a French cojfeur cl sa dame, anil a young Scotoh woman; mado tho ascent. From tho latter I received an account pf that r.dvcutur'oUS night, when at times , tbey seemed ready to dash intu the foamilg ocean beneath. Their toil and danger wcro of no small magnitudo, and when i...n I vj... ii! ; mwuy crowiigo. tnetr coiuarmucss 1 llinr s-PTit. fin ipnl;rfa nnrl lmiH n tmnfirn to ( . . f L . i,lum;non. j iQS . &?- Lambert, a pedestrian, has just cornp.oiui wio iaci 01 waiiiuig .uuea iu 1000 cooboeutivo hours, at Boylston Hall, Uoston, 1 Xba last milo was mado in of flesh since ho commenced. Dir It is stated th?t Washington Ir ving has tho matorial for'n, lifu of Kit Oauson, tho celebrated Mountain Guide, and they will probably bo manufactured into a book in tho courso of tho comiug winter. , MAitittun. Oil tho 21st. iust, Mr. Stranger to Miss Strango all of this city. This is a littlo strange, but probably tho uoxtovent will bo a little STUASaEIt, t3f Montour county hglds its next agricultural exhibition at Danville on, the fill day of October. ,A Noblo Boy. Tho followinc touching cpisddo in' street HfC) life iu Paris is a beautiful gem, auyl should bo in all memories surrounded with pearls of swcqteqt thought ,,and gentlest gvmnalhv: eympaiuy. , About nino ofclock in tho mornim?. itflo boy of twclvo years of ago, whoso . jaouctot wliito cioui anu opron uuio uiv 1 $nciv JndScniftd that ho followed tho nro fc3Sion 0f pastry cooh, was returning from i.- : i. t,c.vi. .... - iHUIliUH 1 UU U IUU WUliU-J UU UIO 11V. ' 1 containing butter and cgM Whonhohd - . , r ... , ,1 (.,,,. rcacbcd tho vicinity of tho church of St. , , 4.1 , . witnviiimcuity maiso ins way mrougii 1110 ' " 1 T t l crowd was violently jostled by a stranger' who was passing, so that his basket tipped, and fell to tho ground with its contents. Tho poor lad, when he saw his eggs all broken, and his butter tumbled in tbo gut tor, began to cry bitterly and wring his ( bands. A. person who happened to bo in tl10 crowd that gathered around tho litllo fellow, drew a ton sou piceo from his pool et, and giving it to tho boy, asked tho rest who stood around him to do Iho samo, to mako up tho loss occasioned by this acci dent. Influenced by his example, every 000 present eagerly complied, and vory spocdily.tho boy's aproii;coi)taincd a re ppeotallo collection of coppers and silver. When oil had. contributed their quota, our young valet, whoso distress had .vanished in a mcmcnt as though by enchantment, warmly thanked his new benefactors for their kiadness, and forthwith proceeded to count tho sum ho bdd received, which amounted to no less than twenty-two franc3 and thirty-five centimes. But instead of quietly putting this sum in his pocket, ho produced tho bill of thd articles bo had lost, and as its total amounted only to' fourteen francs, he appropriated no moro than that sum, and then observing in tho group that sarrouuded Lim, a poor woman in rags, tho gallant little fellow walked up to her, and placed tho remainder in her hand. Cer tainly it would havo been impossible to havp shown himself more deserving of tho publio generosity, or to aeknowledgo it in i handsomer manner. Tho.. boy's uoblo conduct was greeted with tho applauso of tho crowd, who were dclightod ta find such delicacy and propriety in ono so young. EST Tho Reading Guzittc relates that, during tho recent visi't of Dan Itico's Circus to Upper Canada,' an 'English bully allowed that hccouldlick 'any two Yankees that over were born'. doubtod this, and informed the Englishman that iu tho absence of a 'pair of Yankees,' ho might try Lis hand ou him. Tlio Englishman off coat and pitched iu, Dan countered and hit tho Englishman under his left car. The Englishman went up about five feet, leaving his boots behind. Englishnian eamo down again and fell liko a log. Dan got a physician, bled Iho Englishman, and brought'him to. Having done this, ho sent him homo on a sjiuttcr. Tho affair oc curred about i!& 'miles from Niagara. Tho licking was so well deserved, and so hand; totn'ely finished off, that it added to Dan's popularity. Tho day after, tliis ho per formed to CI200; tlio day afterwards Jo 51S20. Tho Grt3e says it got tho facts front 11 perron who" wituessed tho wholo affair. Again wo siy, three cheers for Dan. ' ' EST The trial of Mrs. Abagail Gardner for tho murder of her husband, Hosoa Gardner, late post master at Ilinghara, by administering arsenio to him, has occupied the Supremo Judicial Court in session at Plymouth, tho wholo week. Tho theory of Iho defence, is absenco of direct proof, tho want of motive aud tho probabilities that deceased pois-oncd himself. Previous to tho Judgo's chargo, Mrs. Gardnor addressed tho jury. Sho labored under much excitcmeut, and frequently burst into tears, but solemnly protested her cntiro innocouco of iho crimoi Tho jury returned to court this morniug failing to ml 1 f-.. ' Il.Il agree. 1 uoy cicou, seven iur ueqmiuf. Mrs. Gardner will remain in cua,tqdy until remanded. Atlantic Teleqrafu Company.' - Tho wliolo capital of this company is f?l, 700,000, and ' been taken' in shares of S5000 oach. Tho proportions in which these' sharo's havo been taken nro, (ond hundred' in 'London. ci''hty-oi;'ht 'in America, eighty-six in Livo'rpool, thirty. seven in Glasgow, twenty-eight iu Man chester, and tho' remainder in other parts of England. Iho cost of tho cablo is littlo short of S00,000, tdr To asccrtJiu whether a woman is passionate or not, take a dog iutoher parlor, Willie AYC llilVG lllisSed yOU. : -. . I Z ' ucy um not. iuji mu iruu, um, iiiu uaiu rnmn , T1 you woum not come. , 5 lot I know that woleomo footstep, ana, uu?c ., . . . . ; Hiikinj musio on my ear, in , the lonely1 midnight gloom. '' ' : Ob, Willio, we havo missed you welcome, wclcomo homo. We've longod.to see you nightly, but this night of nil. . , Tho fire was blazing brightly, fand lights wcro in tho hall, Th? little ones were up, till'twas tcno'clook and pat. Then their eye began to twinkle, & they've gono to slcop at last. But thoy listened for your voice, till thoy thought you'd hover come. Oh, Willie, wo havo missed you welcome, wclcomo homo. ' Tho days were sad without you, tho nights long and droar, My dreams havo been, about you, welcome, Willie dear. Last night I wept and watched, by tho moonlight s cheerless ray, Till I thought I hoard your footsteps, then I wiped my tears away, But my heart grow sad again, when I found you had not come. Oh, Willie, wo havo missed you wclcomo, welcome homo. A Tradition of tlie Arabs. A King Kimrad, one day. commanded bis thrco sons to enter his presence, and ho oaused to bo placed before them by his slayes three scaled urns. Ono of tho urns was of gold, tho second of amber, and tlio last of clay. Tho king desired his eldet son to choose among them th-t which ap peared to contain tho treasure of the great est iirijo. Tho eldest clmso tho vaso of gold, on which was written " Empire.'' He opened it nnd found it full of blood. Tho second choso tho amber vase, on which was written " Glory," ne opened it and .found it filled with tbo ashes of men who had been famous on tho oarth. Tho third took tho remaining vase that of clay. He opened it and found it empty; but in the bottom of it tho potter hadjWrittcn tho names of God. " Which of theso vases weighs most?" demanded tho king of his court. Tho ambitious replied, the vase of gold ; tho conquerors, tho vaso of nmbor ; tho sago3 answered and said, " The empty vaso, because a singloilotter' in tho namo of God weighs moro than tho cntiro globo." 'nic Greafuiss. Chief 'Justice Marshal was in tho habit of going to market himself and carrying homo his purchases. Frequently hp would be seen returning at sunriso with poultry in ono hand and vegetables iu tho other. On ono oceasion a fashionable ypuDg man from tho North, who had recently removed "to Richmond, was swearing violently beeauso ho could git no ono to carry home his turkey : ' marshal stepped up, asking him wheic helivcd, said : That 12 on my way I will take it for yotf' When thoy eamo to tho houso, tho young man said : "What shall I pay you?" ''0', nothing," said tho Chief Justice, "it was on my way, and no troublo," "Who is that polite old gentleman who broughthomo my turkey for me!" inquired tho young man of a bystander. "That" replied he, "is John Marshal, Chief Justice of tho United States." "Why did ho bring home my turkey I" "To givo you a severe reprimand, and totearh you to attend to your' own' business," was tho reply. Truo greatness never feels itself abovo doing anything that is useful ; but especially tho truly great mm will never feel abovo helping himsel'. SSr Cdmi'UMUnTauv. Tho editor of tho Patcrson Falls City Register, after making soma lively remarks about the editor of Tho Guardian, regarding insects on bis person, asks why ho is liko a two whcolcd oarriago, and auswers, ," Because ho is.ailiitlo buggy. Wo think tho editor of Tho Guardian has a perfect right to bo a littlo sulkcy, Ifiy A vcry,uico dodge .was practised in Chicago last week. A follow was ar rested for passing counterfeit monoy, but it was projyen that ho stolo it, so hq must Jiavo believed it to bo genuine. Thcro bo ing, theroforo, no guilty knowlcdgo aud no larceny, tho thief and "shaver ' got .froo as tho law docs not consider counterfeit bills proporty VOL; XXL I Homo vilhout a Daughter J lJoys may not lack nffection, but they may lack tenderness CThoy. tnay not, bo wanting in inclination to contribute their quota to tho paradiso of Home, but thoy 0 wanting in'tho ability to carry ,ut hh. c t t n their inclination, lhc sou of a household r, daugLtcr fa Uko & -wvitnoiv a homo which once ruloiccd ill tho sunny smiles and musical accents of an , , ' .,, only daughter. Sho was a lovely child womanly beyond her ycara : "Full of gctitlonoss and caljrjcst-hnpc, Of sweet and quiet Joy I" The child never broathed who evinced a, moro affectionato rovcrenco, a moro rcvar cntial affection of her parents than did she. Instead of waiting for their commands, sho anticipated tli3in instead of lingering until they matfo "known their .wishes, sho studied their wishes cut. Morning broko not in ih'at .household until sho awoko tho night was not dark until her eyes woro closed. JIow they 4ovcd therl did ,her father aud mother ; and of how many picture of tbo future was sho tho subject. "Itis'a fearful thing that Lovo and Death dwell in tbo cans World," says Mrs. Ilcmans. 'Fearful !' It is maddening it is a truth that it is linked with despair. Suddenly liko a thief in tho night, there eamo a messenger from Heaven for tho child saying that tbo Lord had need of her. J3hc meekly bowed hor head and, at midnight, "went forth to nlcet tho Bride, room." Tho last minuto of the last hour of tho last dny of tho last month was hollowed by her death, Sho went and eamo back no more 1 Years havo worn away since then, but still thoro agony in the household whoso sun wont down when she departed. Tho family circle is incomplete there is no daughter thoro '. Tho form that onco was hers reposes among tho copgenial charms of naturo and art; thoy havo mado tho place of her rest beautiful. If the grass grows rank upon hor gravo, it is because t is kept wet with tears. Of a truth, "a homo without a girl in it is only half blost; it is nn orchard without blossoms, nnd a spring without song. A house full of sons is liko Lebanon with its cedars, but daughters by tho fireside, are liko roses in Sharon," Tho 3ifiner's boy and bis Biblo. Onb of tho most touching talcs wo ever heard wo found in a letter from ono of our young friends, J. B., of B., tho substan'co of which was, that a poor coal miner, who feared Gnd, was in tho habit of always taking Lii Bible with him when bo went down in tbo pit, that ho might read a few verses when ho loft off work to cat his meals. Ho had a lad who worked will: him, and who, having received a Biblo &t tho Sabath School, by tho advice of his father, took it with him tin. ' Ono day, when they woro at work, the father turned louml, and stopped a few paccE to reach ono of his tools, when lo ! a part of the roof (fell in between him nnd tho boy. Tbo ' father, who was unhurt, wr.s fu great troublo to know if tho boy was1 killed. Ho" shouted, and tho boy answered, but it was to tell his agonized father that his' fect' were both crushed under heavy pioccs"rif coal, and that ho could not move. "What can I do for you my dear lad ?" exclaimed tho father. "Nothing, I fear," said tbo lad, "but my lamp is not out yet, and I am reading my Bible. Tho Lord is with mo." Help was called, uud after some hours ot hard labor, the miner's boy was found dead. Ilis lamp had gono : but tho Lamp of Life tho Bible h id shed light upon his soul, when tho body, suffocating for want of air ; was about to yield up tho spirit from tho darkness of that horrililo pit into tho moro thansun's glory brightness of iho central world I What words but tho Word of Qod, can sustain the soul when passing the bounda. rios of time, en,d entering tho unseen regions of e ernity ? CO)" On ono occasion during tho Revo lution, "Old l'ut" had received a lot of new recruits, and as he had somo fighting which howas to do bcforclong, and wanted uono but willing men, ho drew up his levies in rank before him. 'Now, boys,' says he, '1 don't want to retain any of .you who wish to loavo ; therefore, if any of you' nro dissatisfied, nnd wish to return homo, they may signify tho samo by stepping six pases in front of tlo line. Rut, added tbo old war dog, JI1l shoot the first niau that steps out,' Patuiot. A man who has uvithcrproi pcrty nor requtaliou to loae.