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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 July 1845

'. I .. J. 1 - A . . " -MJ1 1. TKKMS OP THJR A!IKniCA. H. B. MA8SKR, i "Vvnunntu as JOSEPH EISEI.Y. $ PaneaitTOR. tt. it. .It.lSSKtt, LtlUor. Office in CentreAl(ej7 in the rear of II. B. Mas ser's Store.) THE" AMERICAN" i published rvry Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ail arrearage are paid. Noubcritiorn received for a lea period than ix month. All communication or In lota on huaineaa relating to the office, to inaure attention, muat be POST PAID. SltlNTOKY AMERICAN. 1I nCES Of AOVIJHTISI Xii. I sqaare 1 insertion, . fO 60 1 do 2 do . r) 75 I do 3 d - - . . 1 00 Every uhnequrnt inxerlirn, 0 21 Yearly Advertiaementa : one column. JU5 l half AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL; column, $18, three square, f 13 ; two squares, t ! J one aquate, f 5. Half-yearly t one column. (I t half column, f 13 ; three squares, fs ; two squares, f ft; one square, f t .rD. Absolute acquiescence In the deciaiona of Ibe majority, the vital principle of R...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 July 1845

tr -ti i t lit flrftsrttnite. Wo have already noticed the progress rnndf by the Dtatnmi nnd.r the command of Col. Kear ney, which loft Fort Leavenworth on the lth of May, ftf I"J KH-kjr Mountain. We have now advices from them to the 4th of June, in tamp near the folk of the Platte. They consist of five companies, amounting in the aggreeate to 2S0 men. So tar they hail met with no interrup tion!. On the 21th of May they full into the Oregon trail ami after that passed every day some party of emigrant moving towards Ore 11 and California, with their families and flocks unit herds, lesembling the movement of the Isra elites through the w ilderness. The Dragoons .-nt bark from the forks of the Tlatte, two wa gons, which had hauled provisions that far for them, and gave them directions to disinter the remains of the late Mr. James II. Marshall, of this city, and take them to Fort Leavenworth, subject to the further directions of bit family. Mr. M was buried last year, nrar one of the l.i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 July 1845

l'MCE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Yoxthetmer. 60 40 95 5 112 )0 8 25 10 8 10 Coi, - OaTS, Pork, Flaxskcb, BuTTgB, Enns, Duns WAV, Tallow, Fla, HxcKLtn Flat, LIST OF CAUSES. 1jOK trial in the Court of Common Pleas of Nor thumlerland County, at August Term, 1815, commencing the firt Monday, tiring the 4th. J Uulirk 4. A Cltik vi E Green, uch Same s Mo! ingshead Ac co JsenH Pam'er - E Green Uyh eilxii f p', alienee f Garvr Frym'ire lor Evert vs John Garver ft nl wl P H ickei lserg i im'l 8 Aim hit I & wife va Peter Fouler App'emn, end. rsee of Edwards At Verrce vs IV Donaldim Benjamin Robin Altr .hum Lawrence. Prentice f.ir Welch Joseph Keller K PS annon vs Dennis W..ter D.in'H Broeius vs J din A Shissler Jlaticl Moi-er A IV if vs 1 tii-t Frvmire. Clsirenewirve Basque s Daniel Duiiklehrrgcr 8 imc vs name vs Abraham Ktsr.e s?a Henry Masser. Eq. s 1) Levy's i x'is m U Richardson cl ill vs Henry 6ti tier a Wm M't'ar y i t at v II V A: Saner Dunn vs George Heikcrt el al s 8 .me ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 July 1845

ttsefnl Ilr etlnni Rrittania ware should be first rubbttd gently with a woolen cloth and swocl oil, limn winded in warm suds and rubbed with soft leather and whiting. Thus treated it will retain its beau ly to the Inst. ' New iron should be very gradually heated at first t alter it hat become inured to the heat, it is not as likely to crack. - ; It is a good plan to put new earthen ware into cold water, and let it heat gndtmlly until it boils, then cool again. Brown earthcrn ware, particularly, may be toughed in thia way. A handful of rye and wheat bran thrown in while it is boiling will preserve the glazing, so that it will not be destroyed by acid or salt. The oftener carpets are shaken the longer Hicywill wear; (he dirt that collects under them grinds out the threads. , . . ( If you wish to preserve fine teeth, always, clean them thoroughly after you have eaten your last meal at night. Woollens should be washed in very hot suds and not riused. Lukewarm water shrinks them. Suet ke...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 July 1845

ti:kms OF TUN amhiucax." josEra Etaui.Y. sriioMiuT. .- OJice in Cwtri Alky, tn the tcav n II. U. Mas fir's Suft.) "THE "AMERICAN'' i published eVery Km lir Jay "at TWO t0!.T,AHS pt-r nhitm tribe piiil half ynarly in advance. .No paper discontin ued till Ait arrearages me paid. . . IVo subscription received fur lea period than i nnTi. All communications of letters nn business relating loth office, to insure, attention, iustbe POST PAID... . . . H. B. MASSE?, ' ATTOI5NMY AT I, A W , . SUITBUIiV, TA. Business stli-uA-d to in i lie Counties of Nor trtiuasl crhtnd, Tuion. Lycoming and Columbia. Hir to l Tun s Ha iit & 15, HtNT, Varan '& Ht, t yyhiluit. lU.t ilOLIIS, Mr'Alll.ll 4t Co Stkhi 10, 'Stinii V t'n.. SlIUr.KIU'ii VAT XT tTllHIS Machine his now fi. en tested ly more X than tliirly families in this ueichhorhiiod, and . tins given entire r-atisfaclio'i. li in so simple in il ; construction, that it cannot Ret out 01 or.t. r. 11 ; flntaiiis no iron to iu-, nd no -I'linasor ro...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 July 1845

From the New York Papers. Another CJrent Fire. Jmmrnte ihntriwtinn of Ptapcrly-Apprc-TitnJcii on of Life TVrt ihle explosion Another "vast burnt district" 'Troup or efereJ out for the. protrclion of Property The Katterj again converted into a ll'are house. New York has fallen again, we regret to say, Into the lineef great eonflagratiisns. Within a lew year the catalogue of terrifte burnings on out side rtii Atlantic hat included New York, 1'hiladelphia, Mobile, Wilmington, Pittsburg and Quebec and iiow the naanef New York i ad ded to the list for Ve aeeaod time. A fire broke out "between three and four o'clock this (Saturday) morning, in New atreet a nar row passage between Ttroad atreet and Broadway extending from Wall atreet to Beaver and spreading with fearful rapidity among the dense ly built ediCcca of that neighborhood, ha already swept through to Broadway on the Went and South, across Broad atreet nearly to William on (he East, and is still burning with srarcely a percept iWe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 July 1845

1 I ""'-. alaa j, e 11 ft 1 DALT1MORB ftlARKKT. Office of tht DatTtstoaa Amiica. July Id. GRAIN -The tnnrket has been pretty well .npplicd with new Wheats during the week. The Mlea of reds have generally ranged from 8-3 to DO cent for good to prime parcel, and an orational parcel of very superior mnchined red has been taken at a cent or two more than our highest range j parcels of inferior quality and damp con dition are selling at 75 to 80 cents. The sales of new white wheats have ranged from 98 to 08 cents, the parcel, at the highest price being but few, and suitable for family flour. A portion of the week's receipts has been bought for ship rnent to eastern markets. Sales to-day of Corn at 42$ a I3j cents for awhile, and 44 a 45 for yellew. Sales of Rye at .'(.1 am cent. We quote new Oats at 28 i ts. and old at 29 ets. WHISKEY. There is an active demand and the stock is nearly or quite exhausted. Sales were made to-day of hhds. at 21 cts. and of bids. t 32 cents. DIED, On Tuesday...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 July 1845

Original Aiirrtlole of Orn Jnclcaori, In Hie winter oll8.'h2, rrt'Biilunt Jac!:Aon. con ferred flu mission to Russia upon a justly die tin;uiahetl eon of Pennsylvania. Ecfore lha newly appointed minister, however, hnJ da parted on his mission, he deemed it due to llie President to risk his counsel in reference to the electron of a eecretaiy of legation. The Pre mdetit declined nil interference, and remarked to the minister that tho United Utntes Govern nu'nt would hold him responsible lor the man ner in which he discharged his duties, and that he would consequently be at liberty to choose his own secretary. The minister returned hia n sppclftil acknowledgements ; but, before ta king a final leave, sought his especial advice in regard to a young gentleman then in the er vico of the State Department, and who was highly recommended by tho then Secretary. Con. Jackson promptly said : "I advise yon, hir, not to take that man ; he is not a good juifgr of preaching. Tho minister aeemed I p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 August 1845

UNBURY AMERICAN. rim r.s or AnrrnTisi.xo. I iipinre I insertion, . fO f0 do ( 75 do do I il tV.tV Sllli.n.ill..,! tnArli.-n - . Yearly Advertisements : one column, ? 2 p t half column, J I H, three square. f2 two squares, f ') i AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL: one square, 7.0. llall-yearly : one milium, fin i nan column, J ; ttiree squares, ; two squares, "; one square, $. f it, Advertisenierils h it without directions as to iho lenuth of time they I'e to he puh'.ihi'd, will ho Absoluta acipiiesccnce in the derisions of the majority, the vital principle of Kopu1i1ic, front which there I no appeal hut to force, thd vital ptinciple and iniinetlinln parent of despotism. 1. Jerriitisos. continuetl until ortlereil out, anj charged accord iimW. Cj-Sixteen lines make a square. Simbiiry, Norfliiimbei'laiul Co. ln. Snturday, Anmt '2, IS 15. Vol. 5 .o. 5.-YTiolc Xo. M.:i. tliuis oi Tin: " au:iiic;.4x.' H. 1. M ASSKli, rCBUNHHRII asd . JOSEPH EISKI.Y. S 1'nnFRI KTORS. It. rr.W.S';, Editor. Office in Ct...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 August 1845

From tho N. Y. Mirror. WII.Llf I.KTTKIH ritOM KUIIOPIC. NUMIIRR TWO. !nno!, July 1. My IV-nr Motrin Having some delay in gi ving my liule Imogen her first English dinner, we saved our passage by hair minute, anil were off from Liverpool at 4 precisely. The distance to I-omlon is, I believe, 2'JO miles, and wa diil it in five hours an acceleration ol speed which is lately introduced upon the English railways. There arc slower trains on the same route, and the price, by these, ia let's. There are also three or four different kinds of cars to each trnin, and at different prices. I chanced to light upon tlio first class, and pnid !i for two places my nurse and child counting auntie. 1 understand, since, that many gentlemen and Jadieaoftrm most respectable rank take the ne cond cl.iss cars (as few Americans would, I 'am sorry tosny, though there would be two de grees still below them.) This travelling at forty odd miles the hour yives one's eyes hardly time to know a tree from a cow, but...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 August 1845

'. ..J'-" IM! .'i.LI . ! I A Wild Wo.ua;. The Baltimore Clipper has the following account of a wild woman in the neighborhood : "We understand from a gentlemnn, recently from Ell icon's Mil Is, tipon whose Words we can rely, Mint no little interest has been excited in that iteiglcWIiood, in consequence of the occa sional appearance, for some time past, of a female supposed to have tied from society and taken tip her abode in the wood. She is reported by those who bate seen her, as being rematkably delicate and fair; neatly, though plainly apparelled ; and :in her movements, when unconscious of any of her species being near, cautions and sprightly ; lint, upon observing any person, she bounds back to the depth of tbe forest, with a speed and light ness almost superhuman. She is seldom seen ; having been accidentally discovered she has been watered tor with interest, and a she has occa sionally emerged from the unknown place ofher seclusion her home in the rocks and glens persons have...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 August 1845

BP '. 1 'Uf ."f T i -g" MIK NKWPUtTKIll.AXIl IXHS. v. ;:is nv f. vv. n. n.n.v urate r.v it. iti si:i.. I.il '-! iivit! vviivo.stemnnrl decp-divcr! nwny! .Vi.'hl's shadows are closing tin' portals, nf day ; (hrllie breast of the billow wo hoar his low wail, Wo have pill the rudder and furled up the sail. Ko signal from Ilea vi-ii show where Ik; be; And whoro'er he be driven we men ramio: aeo. Hoi Carlo' Newfoundland! go follow hi cry, A it gaspingly answers the srn-inoani.t's sioh ; Tin! boat shall he. lowered, the men shall belay, Life-saver' wave-stemmcr'. doepdivrj. away! Away, fetch him out ! ft-toll him up '. sei.e him ' h! Mount the wave, dog ! ha ! down, ilown below ! Hark '. bear a hand bring a light Hut a sound. There's a tnoan yog, the wave' moaning o'er the drown'd Coil's spirit preset vc him, amen anil amen, llift! a Hash anil a motion ha ! C'ailo ngain. Cmiil ting then good dog then, Hear a linnd there pull tight A boot-hook a boot-hook He'd in nnd all's right. ("'nine, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 August 1845

UJ.1. i.l.jii. t ..i. ... .j J.l M.i. nite rs or Aiivijiti'isit;. I sipiare I insertion, . . JO 50 I dn 2 do . 0 73 I do It do - . . . OA ...I i .. TERMS OF TtIK AMERICA' SUNBUMT AMEMICAN, 11. n. MANS Kit, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. PlSt.lSHRS AND ) Panpaia-roas. H. It. jnASSKH Editor, OJJiet In CtntveAlle;i, 'in Ihe rear of If. ft, Mas net's Snre. THE" AMERICA V is published fy Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yc.irly in advance. No paper diseoii'in ueJ till all arrearages aie paid. No subscriptions received for a less period thin kit ioiTH. All communication or Micro on business relating, to the otlice, to insure attention, eiust be POST PAID. " 2." B."lA33E?.f ATTORNEY AT LAW, SU2TBURY, PA. "Business illi'iidt'd to in I tie Counties of Nor ftvasM erland, Union, l.vcnminu and Columbia, liefer nil .... ..y r.iiirc-,)ut'iii iiiseruon, -iv Yearly Adrertisements i one column, f 25 ; hdf eolumn,$18, three sipiares, $12; two squares, f 9 ) one a.uale, f Half-yearly i nnn column, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 August 1845

Astonishing flnclosnres. rrgs Condi tion of Thins;, . , The Chicago Democrat has I he following ac count of a gang of rascals, whose depredation nnJ atrocities have boon very extensive in the Western part of the country : Robbery and Mikdkh. It ia supposed that Birch and Sutton, alias William Fox, two noto rious villains, who have been running llio lines of Missouri, Iowa ami Illuiois, Ibrlhe past four years, are two of the gang who murdered Col. Davenport. Birch is said to be the man who Dold a cream-colored horse at Peru, not long since, (llie circumstances ol which may appear at the Winnebago Court,) to the same man with w hom Bridge (now in Rockford jail) changed the money with that he rubbed Multbrd of. We cannot yet yet the name of the person at Peru ivhn has the horse, but be is kept on (lie island, nnd could tell strange slotics if he could talk In thir mno gang ia ''Davis, the Keutuckian," mIio was in Lee County late in November last. 1 le was arrested in-Iowa, last year, a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 August 1845

nil the papers are filled with comments on this most extraordinary patriot anJ truly great man. In the eyes of Europeans, who, next to the in estimable traits of his character, are most struck by his military glory ami genius, he is the most worthy champion of Washington and the sec ond saviour of his country. These views may perhaps correct the opinions of those in the I' nited Stutcs, who have found fault with his po litical career, and as is but too much the case with partisans, underrated his vast real services to the country. There is no citizen in the United States who oupht not to be proud of lie longing to a country Hint has produced such a man. In an age of selfishness, materialism and religious unbelief he was an oasi3 in the desert on which the future historian, whether he belong to Europe or America, will dwell with pleasure and satisfaction. Ry the side of the pigmies that nominally guide the fate of nations in Eu rope, Geneial Jucksnn stood on a lofty eminence j which ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 August 1845

The Concent t,tclr In I lie Vrlt. On approaching the roads of James Town in the Island of St. Helena, your attention is at tracted y an enormous ladder, that extends from the town beneath to a fiirt directly over 1 1 10 tawn, on the wimmil of a liill 80(1 feet hiirh. On inquiry, I found llmt sentinel were placed both below and above, for the purpose of preven ting any one ascending or descending without an order from the town major. This regulation was adopted in omserpiervcc of Hie number ot ii-ccinVnls, attended with fatal consequence, that had occurred. Together whh a -companion, after dinner, 1 rambled down to the pined liouse, and imv-mg fwud the town major there, we oMamed an order to permit our ascent. The ladder is composed -of 6tepa morel nan three feet in width, and some four inches in breadth, firmly fastened in aide f preat ftrenitli. On either aide is a tintid rait, ol such n wi(Hh that you can convet.icntly lay a hand on cither side. The steps are upwards of m ; inches...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 August 1845

TEIUIS Ot4 THE AMERICA.' IL U. MASSEtl, JOSEPH EISEl.Y. ? PuaLisNKRs inn S PnnrniHTOHs. H. It. vJMSSKK, JCdltor. OJiet in Centre Alley, In the rear of II. ti, Maa ter'a Mrre. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to he jaid hIf ypiirly in advance. No paper discontin ued tiN all arrearages are paid. Nlsnhscriptiotn received for a less period than mt Monnt. All communications or Irtims on tmsincss relating to the offirc, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. E. B. MASSES., ATTORNEY AT LAW, suitbuhv, r a. ,5 usiness attended to in the Counties of Not ffuurpl wland, Union. Lveiiming and Columbia. Krft-r to i Thoshs Hart & Co.. I.nwtn tfc IUrhos, Haht, (.'unnim A. Habt, KuTWOLns, Mc Pah la fin & Co SSpKai.to, 'toon fc Co., sTi uc; k lira ivtkxt V.SHX1TG- fclACEXlTE. rjlHI-S M.chii.ff h.m nvr b-n tex .y more JL limn thiMy fanilie in thin nigi;'" I r...i;.. I i. kimnl in lift ll.ll Rivr-Il nillll' PWVir-i.ii ihmi. a in coiistrucli.in. (tint it canno...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 August 1845

Hxtraete from a Letter of Willi.'. The moot refreshing and tmweat "wonder of London, just now, ia the ice "from Like Wen ham," an innocent Massachusetts lake tlint, a year or two ago, had very little ilca of beco ming a London lion. (How suddenly wo do sometime become famous, to be nre !) Beau tifully painted carts, lettered "Wcnlum Ice," go about the city, and whenever they atop to take out a block a crowd collects, and there i no limit to cockney admiration of it. Somell.ing nf the kind was wanted from ourcountry, hy the way, to show that nature, at least, had not "re pudiated." But what they have donp, hitherto, toilhmit ice, peema natural enough to ask. 1 remember that wo always drank tepid water in the summer time in London, and thnt the hock and champaigne had never tho reenpera ting twang that delights the dry throat on the Polk side of the Atlantic. Now when the hock has ben passed round after 'he soup there ia a general exclamation and discussion il tho new luxury, and the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 August 1845

" -I I. '.l.P. .' Cation Recants, The following collection of curious records, taken from a Salem (Mass.) correspondent of the Publse Ledger, will be amusing to our readers 1(531. In the early part of this year, pro visum wet very scarce, an. I many persons depended br their subsistence upon clams, pround nuts and acorns. Wheat was sold for SCI, 00 a bushel. A yood cow was valued at $112, and a yoke of oxen at !sl77. 1G33. Edward Howe was fined twenty shil lings for selling "along waters," contrary to or--ler of Court. 10."i3. It was the cutom in those rlaya to j ttavean hour-glass in the pulpit ly which the anijiister timed Irs sermons. A painter made a picture, ia which he represented Mr. Peters tturninjj an hour -plus and sayiiir, "I know ;ynti arc good fellow, etuy and take another jla8s.' 10.19. The tleneial Cimrt pished the fol - lowing order in regard to women's drosses : ! .No irartue.iit shall teniae with short tskeves, -mid such a have e-armcnis already wade with j rshort ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 August 1845

Von'tl Heller ftuliserlbe. A grenl unknown, says the St. Louis Reveille, in an exchange paper relates, in Very touching verse, the opposite fate of two early friends ; the little tale has a great moral : One took a paper, and his life Was happier than a King's ; r His children all could read and write, And talk of men and things. The other took no paper, and While strolling through the wood, A tree fell down upon his crown, And killed him as it should. Had he heen reading of the news At home, like neighbor Jim, I'll het a cent that accident Would not have happened him. SlreuglU of Woman's Lore. The Rev. Mr. C, at the South, recently clo sed a sermon with the following lunching nar ration A young gentleman of hipli respectability, tn. lunts, fortune and family, married the beautiful, the lovely and accomplished daughter of She was the daughter of a wealthy mcrchnnt in one of our Northern cities ; with their united fortunes they commenced a career of life, with the brightest hopes and...

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