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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 18 May 1859

vm t r n s :-$I.0O it 3 n n in ;; THE GHAND HATEN NEW$. f . , , . .ruUUhed erery Wednesday, . ::. t is-v BRrta ss posha., f CRMS : 05 COLCA MB Till IX ADTAXC. tSJ $1 tO when left 1 the Carrier. LQ-'f . Qfiieeon Waainf ton Street,' - . (ittoirr ttory, oppoiiU t W-Ofee,) Cruud Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. . RATES OF ADVERTISIKQ. ' " ; Time, lsg 2wg 3q II w'k, 601 Vt i tt 2 w'ki, 751 5 2 25 '3 v'ki,t 00!2 00 3 00 4.g I jcol jcoT lcol 2 D( 3 00 4 00 2t 6UO10 00 8 50 12 00 7 50 14 00 8 601500 10 60 17 60 12 00 20 00 17 00 30 00 25 00140 00 3T5 5 00 5 50 0 60 7 60 10 00 ;1 m'thijl 25 ? 50 3 50 ;2tB',5a 00 4 40 5 00 3 mo',)3 Oil' 00 0 501 4 50 5 76 7 00 8 00 6 mo'1,4 00 ft 50 8 00 1 year, (3 0013 ooio 00 1200 1500 Twelve line or leu (Minion) make 1 square. BuHineji Card, not exceeding six lines, $3,00. Legal adTertiBing atlegal rates, fifty cents per -folio for the first and twenty-live cnta per folio or each subsequent insertion. ; . Advertisement unaccompanied with written or verbal dire...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 18 May 1859

V ; GREAT FIRE AT 08IIK0SII-L0S3 FIVE ; HUNDRED THOUSAND. TJU mkvU (mi'mw part 0 (As City in tniM, On Tuesday night a destructive fire broke out in Oahkoah, the particulars of which will be found in our telegraph col umn. The fire is supposed to be the work or an incendiary. It will be remembered that last Febru ary we published an account of the burn ing of two houses of prostitution, in Osh- koth, by the indignant citizens, and the eonveving of the inmates, twelve girls and a man, to jaiL The houses were burnt to the ground, and the clothing, trunks and jewelry, belonging to the inmates were also destroyed. As belore stated by us, the girls were liberated after trial. The next move was a convention of this class of "artists," which convention was at tended by prostitutes and their pimps from the neighboring cities and villages. At this convention, it is said, a solemn oath was made to burn the city from, end to end, before the summer was over in re venge for the burning of the two...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 18 May 1859

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEJIS. EifcsosiL. Wo received a call last week from ifessrs. Rocms ami Bliss, Proprietors of tha Printera Cabinet and Sunday Leader,'ot Chicago. , . - " JC2T Tha steamer Huron, Capt Moa oa.s, is now running regularly, as usual, between Chicago, Grand Haven and Mus kegon, arriving at 'this port in time to connect with the morning Eastern train of the D. & M. Railway. n ' DiLiaiiTKD. mJ3cb," of the Ionia Gar tette, is in testacies hear him, in his last issue: "We saw yesterday a photo graph of Henry S. Clubb, Esq., of Grand Haven, taken by H. W. Boozer of this place. It is a good picture 1" We copy the extract merely for the gratification of Mr C's friends hereabouts, among whom we may be considered. 2T We have received a now paper entitled the Prospect City Press, pub lished at Prospect City, I1L, by Messrs. Cowin fe Rjeid. Its columns are well filled with choice selected and original matter; neutral in politics; and is typo graphically well executed. Terms, $1 50...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 18 May 1859

):; j t 1 ' f5electeLl . . -INC0NSISTKNCIE9 0? FROFESSED ' FBJBND3 OF TEMPERANCE. Temperance is oflo aoreljr woundoil ia ih house of its friends; and painful as is the tak of admiuisteriDg reproof, yet I ahall attempt it, even at the hazard of displeasing many whom, in the main, I have reason to respect. Breaking (he package of inconsistencies, the first that comes to hand is that most extraordinary and inexcusable one, cf which many, even members of temperance societies, aro guil-ty-lotting public houses and shops with the permission to cany on the detestable and destructive trafic in intoxicating drinks within their doors. What renders such a course of conduct altogethor inex cusable in those who practice it, U the fact they are generally men of wealth, who might, without serious inconvenienco, let their estates for other purposes, or who, if they could not, would not cat less bread or sleep less hours if they stood untenanted. Yet many thero are who will condemn the conduct of th...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 25 May 1859

t t i . r ... i irihmt l.-umbtr 22. Etrms.y-SUW ptr fnnum. TMM THE GltAND HAVEN NEWS. , Published trery Wednesday, ' 33"V BARNS de FOBKA. ; i , TERMS t 0"R DOLLAR KR YEAR IS ADVANCE. 50 when left by the Carrier. . Office, oa Washington Street, ( fcirsr stury, opposite tk Pott-OJio,) Grand Haven, cAtawa Co., Michigan. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 2q 3m( I U icol jcol t lcol l oTTi Xe(Vl"6i6Tofo oo 1 60 2 26 SOU 3 7s G&0l2 00 2 IM) 3 00 4 00 3 00 7 50,14 00 3 60 3 CO 4 60 6 60 8 60jl6 00 1 00 6 00 5 75 6 60 I0 6OH7 60. 5 00 A 50 7 00 7 60 12 0020 00 ,0 60 8 00 0 00,10 00 17 00.20 00 ,8 00,10 0012 00,15 O0J25 00:J0 OQ, 1 w'k, 2 w'ks, 3 w'kt, 1 m'th, 2 mo's, 3 0 tuo'i, Twelve linn or lot (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding lix line, f 3,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cent per folio for the first and twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. . Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal- directions, will be published tttitil or dered o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 25 May 1859

THK PIKE'S rKAK HUMBUG. 20,000 Men Returning in a Destitute Condition, Recife fit and Desperate. Threat lo Burn Omaha, St. Joseph, Leavenworth, and other Torens. Flight of Residents of Flattsmovth. St. Locis, May 18. The St. Jwifph correspondent of the Democrat notices tlio Arrival at that jibtce of 100 rcturwol Tike' Pcakers, who bring dq-IoraLIe accounts of the mining profjxscts aird suft'oring on the Plains. It is estimated that 20,000 men arc now on their wv Lr.ck, all or tho most of whom aro destitute of money and tho necessaries of life, and are perfectly reck less and desperate. Threats are made of hurtiinp; Omaha, St. Joseph, Leaven worth, and other towns, in consequence of tho deception used to induce emigration. 2,000 men are rqorted fifty miles west of Omaha, in a starving condition. Some of tho residents of Plnttstnouth have closed their business and flod, fearing vi olence at tho hands of tho enraged emi grants. Frm tie Detroit Free I'refi. A FIXED MOVEMENT. Tho followi...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 25 May 1859

ft LOCAL AXD XEWS ITEMS. tW John CampLclI convicted in TbU nJclfliia of. robbing an unknown man of nine conts, Las beeri sent to the peniten tiary for three years.- J3T Will A-a-r-o-h-- Clerk, f lcaso send us a specimen copy of the Weeklj Eagle.- - " ' X5T It is reported that a hot pio on a window sill, -in Boston, Mass., has boon seized hy the Tolice for smoking in the utreets. ' , ; t ' Democratic Paper at Hillsdale. Mr. Wclper, of the Throe Itirors Herald, Announces to Lis patrons of that place that he will remove his office to Hillsdale during the present week, where ho is to publish a Democratic paper. 3T A short time since a cent was sold in Boston for $21. It was stamped in 1793. At the same sale, half a dollar, stamped in the last week of Washing ton's administration brought $57. Boiler Explosion. We are inform ed that an explosion took place at Trow " bridge's Mill, Muskegon, on the 19 th inst., a sheet of iron was blown from the top of the boiler. Our informer stated that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 25 May 1859

C?0 0& ffitwplars' Cfalim from ft xlome and School Journal.1 T sirtttx ' verdant papirs. r ' 1 - T" ;. , r -: ' TtUPXRAKCK MJEETq IS, A TAVERx. In .tha springtime) of 1849 was threading my way along the courso of a winding river which rolls it tidd along the borders of Westlnnd, when tho clouds began to gather dark and lowering over head 'and tho distant tones of thunder told' plainly of a coming ktorrn. Soon the lightnings iJogan to glare vividly in the heavens. ' I flew on Jehu like seeking shelter from the corning storm. I turned a sharp bluff and came down upon a cluster of houses which passed for a .vil lage." It might have-served as the sub ject of another poem, like Goldsmith's Deserted Village. It was one of those towns which abound oa the rivers of Vosl- land, where no church or school houso is . to be found. . Hats were si tiffed in brok en windows ; pendant clapboarcU ratlled as if affrighted at the dUtnnt feinjtc.t. I saw a sign post, and soon alighted by its side, a...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 1 June 1859

r.ME GMAM MAEN NEW i - r 6nn& Jabtn, atitt..-gnt IY..I860. Struts': $1.00 ptr gtnitnm. : I .V H. i! VI if THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. Published every Wednesday, -V BARNH 5 F05KA. TIR1 : 091 DOLLAR MR TKAR It ADVANCE, f 1 50 when left by the Carrier. t? Office, on Washington Street, ( lowr story, oppoit$ th Pvt-Ojfftc,) Grand Hutch, Ottawa Co., Michigan . RATES OF ADVERTISING. Time, 1 w'k,' 3sj -Icq fcol T&0 "2 oTTflo " 2 25 3 00 3 75 3 00 4 00 6 00 3 50 4 50 5 50 6 00 5 75 6 50 1 0 50 7 00 7 60 1 8 00 tt 00110 00 I 10 00 HOOjlS 00 6itO0 6 00.10 00 8 50 12 00 7 50,11 00 8 50 15 00 1 w"ks, 751 50 8 w'k, )l 0(1 2 00 1 m'th, SI 2j2 50 2 mo', )2 00 l 00 3 uo'i, )3 00 5 00 0 mo's, t 00 0 50 1 year, (5 Oojs 00 Twelve lines or lens (Minion) make 1 square. Business Card, not exceeding ttix line, $3,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cent pvr folio for the first end twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal direct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 1 June 1859

NEWH ITEMS. Baraura has left London, and Lola Monies has Uken his i1hco in tho loctur ing field. The Clerk of the Probate Court in Cincinnati, who issued marriage licenses, bas eloped with a pretty girl worth $60, 000. " Judge Wright has granted a writ of error in the caw of Mrs. Ilartung, whose execution will therefore l delayed till it shall have boon argued. The assessed valuation of the real and personal property of Detroit this year, amounts to $15,706,591 being $013,080 less than 1858. An exchange 6ays that a piece of brown paper, folded and placed between the upper lip and the gum, will stop bleeding at the nose. - A Norwegian shoemaker, living in Minnesota, has obtained $17,000 for a piece of land near Chicago, which ho bought cloven years ago, for $20. The marble statute to Com. Perry, to be erected at Cleveland, on Lake Erie, has boon contracted for, and it is to be ready for inauguration on tbo 10th of September. The Republic of Ilayti has com missioned two colored gentle...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 1 June 1859

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. pST Ma. L. A. 6olda, has now In uooeii, ful operation, Vimao A Co.'a Superior New Style Sewing Machine, at tlie Milwaukee Hotel Parlor. It codi but to bo won to bo admired, ad Is In all respecU equal to the best maehinee now offered. JU ha also a very fine selection of SnET Humc, Just published, which ho will exhibit for a few days only. ' Ytx. Is it rcalljr th case that Grand Haven is too miserably poor to afford some kind of a fire apparatus? At tLe present, no firo department of any kind whatever is in existence in our village, not even a Hook and Ladder Company. Now whose fault is ilf If negligence or lack of public spirit is the cause, who h the culpable party f If want of means, w ho neglects their duty in this respect f Some three or four years ago, a few of our more public spirited citizens organized themselves into a Firo Company, elected their officers and held themselves ready for action whenever other citizens pos sessing ability and ready means sho...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 1 June 1859

tr 600 templars' (Cfflawn. iFrem tb Home and School Journal. ' MOUNT VERDANT TAPERS. tr Acroa tvor., TIMPKRANCC MEETING I A TAVIRS. Our new prosiJcnt was in tbo chair. All tilings were now read. I confess I am fond of fun, and on thh occasion I thought we might have benificial fun. Yanlioo seemed to bo tho presiding gen ius of the place where does he not Lear sway? and tho voices cnllod out: M Jim," "James," "Jamie," Yankee," at which Yankee Jim rose for the opening speech, holding as fast to his chair as a dry preacher in a country school houso. I suppose from tho wcightiness of the ar guments with which ho was burdonod proved too much for him, as often he would make a lurch and fall nearly to tho floor. On went tho speech. "The resolution, Mr. President, says that liquor is indispcnsablo. Truth sir give us a glass landlord, fur it is indis pensable to thr public speaker. (Hero ho drank.) Our good old Parson, when I was" a boy, used to keep his brandy and he would bo sure to drink ...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 8 June 1859

THE (&RAMD HATEN NEW 6nn gaimt, 3Mffc 3nt fl, IBM. THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. Published every Wednesday, B"V BARN8 5c FOSHA. TIMI ! OH DOLLAR fit TK1B IN ADTAXCC. S? $1 iO when left by the Carrier. Office, on Washington Street, ( fotrer tory, opposite the Pott-OJfice,) Crand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I 2sq icoT" lcol 5 00,10 00 0 50 12 00 7 50 14 00 8 50 15 00 10 50,17 50 12 00.20 00 17 00 30 00 25 00140 00 Twelve liuca or lens (Minion) tnnke 1 tqnnre. Business Card, not exceeding six lines, $ :i,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents per folio for the first and twenty-flvo ccuU per folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published until or dered out, and charged for. When a postpone ment li added to an advertisement, the whole will be charged, the same an for the first insertion. Job Printing, All kinds of Book, Card, Post-Bill, Catalogne or Fancy Printing done on short notice, a...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 8 June 1859

LATEST NEW8 FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Washington The first Battle FigU between an Austrian divuion and the French advanced posts Contest of Jour hours The French carry the position Retreat of the Austrian Austrian loss from 500 to 2,000 French loss 300 to 700 200 Austrian taken Prison' er9 Revolutionary movements in Zotnlardy An English fleet in the Adriatic The King of Naples dead St. Jouxs, June 4. The first battle was fought at Mouto- IcJlo, on the 21st. The French accounts sav that tho Aus trians, 1 5,000 strong, under Gen. StaJo on, attacked tho advanced posU of Mar shal Baraguay do Hillicra, and were unv en by Gen. Morris' division after a ficrco battle of four hours duration. Tho allies, including soui? l'iedmonteso cavalry, carried Montcbello, but did not pursuo tho Austrians. The loss of tho latter, as stated by tho French, was 500 to 2.000, and that of tho French at 300 toTOO. Two hundred Austrians, including Colonel, were taken prisoners. Tho Austrian account Biniidv 6t...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 8 June 1859

LOCAL AND NEWS I THUS. . jt2T We will pay a liberal prico for wd glo copies of No. 2 and 1 7 of th News. Cool. Riah passed through Grand Havon, on Monday last, en route for Mil wauloo. Look out for sudden changes. D Lictcri. It U eipoclod tliat tlio Hon. Warrin Cuask, will locturo in this vil lage, at tlio Court IIouso, on Thursday ovening, 9th iobt., at 1 o'clock, on the Buljoct of Spiritualism. Let there bo "a general attendance on this occasion. ' Tub Crotox. This little steamer, run ning betwoen this port and White Lake, lias boon recently thorougldy overhauled, neatly painted, and commodiously fittod up for passengers and freight. She has resumed her regular trips. Lot her bo well patronized. ' j3T Wo aro pleased to notice that the fine little schoonor . C. Van Raalte, Capt O. Evans, is to ply regular ly between this port and Grand Traverse, during the season of 1859, touching at all intermediate points whonovcr desired. Emigrants and tourists to tho that region of our country ...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 8 June 1859

fttraglfus' Column. From the Home ami School Journal. MOUNT VEIIDANT PAPERS. BT ACTOS JXOT. TEMPZRANCI MEETING IX A TAVERN. Again look at the drinker's taslo for music Wo sober exquisites are never satisfied with common music We must hare harmonious sounds or none at alL But this man of whom I just spoke, lay in all his humility, listening to the squeal ing of a pig fast in the fence, exclaiming : " Ilia, what delicious music, Lie !" As to liquors being a creature of Ood, it is so, just as arsenic and gymnson wood and miasmatic marshes, that spread ague and death in. the land. With a song I will set down : " 0, gtvs me good whisky, I ask nothing more, 'Twill make a soft bed of the ground or the floor. And If my dear children are crying for bread, 'Twill hush them to sloop and lend them to bed; And If I'm in trouble and wife lies in pain, I'll take to my brandy and eugar again ; 'Twill lull all my feelings and drown all my Bor row, And make me forgot the debts duo to-morrow 'Twill hu...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 15 June 1859

GMNB HAYMN NEW H i' THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. ' m .Published every WeJneidar, 53 "V IXAJRIsra S FOSHA. i .. f. 1 TKHMI : 51 tOLLAtt Ma TEAR IS ADVA5CI. .. , , i'. - 1 1 60 when left by the Carrier. ' Office, on WMhington Street,.' : h lotMr ttory, oppott'tt the Pot-OJflct,) Grand HavenOttawa Co., Michigan RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' - Time, ltq 2q 3gq 4t jcol jcol lcul 1 w'k," ( 60 1 00T60 2 01' 2 50 6 00 10 00 2w'k4,( 75 1 60 2 25 8 00 S76 160 12 00 3 w'ki, l 00 2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 7 60 14 00 1 m'tb, SI 25 2 60 3 60 4 50 5 SO 8 60 15 00 2 m'i, )2 00 i 00 & 00 6 79 0 50 10 60jl7 60 3 nio't, )3 00 5 00 6 50 7 00 7 50 12 00;20 00 mo'i, U 00 50 8 00 9 00 10 00 17 00,30 00 lyear,5 003 00 10 00 12 00,15 00 MOOUOOO Baiineee Cardf, not exceeding lx linen, $3,00. Lcgul advertising at legal rates, fifty cents per folio fur the firit and twenty-fire cents per folio for each f ubseqaout insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published until or dered out,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 15 June 1859

LATEST SEWS FROM EUHOPE. Arrival of the North BriioniTU Austrian driven from Palettro! Successive victorus of Garibaldi.- Quebec, June 11 th. The steamship North Briton, from Liverpool on Wednesday, June 1st, pass ed Further Point at 6 o'clock this morn ing, and will reach this city to-night. The Dew from tho seat of war is un important. An official Sardinian bulletin says that the Sardinians passed the Sesia iu the free of tho Austrians who were fortified at Falestro after a severe conflict, and car ried the place, making many prisoners. The Sardinians were-under the immedi ate command of King Victor Emanuel. Garabaldi was making somo bold more men ts in Lombardy. i. On the 27th ult., after a furious fight of two hours, be entered Comb. The Austrians retreated to Camerlalte, where the combat was resumed, and the Aus trians again retreated towards Milan. All the steamers on the Lake were in the hands of the patriots. ! It was reported via. Berne, that on the 29th Garabaldi was dofea...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 15 June 1859

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEM& i O , . A CARD ' The undersigned Trustees of tho First Pres byterian Church of Grand Haven, would tender their sincere thanks to tho Iter. Wm. M. Fr for furnishing aod fitting up, entirely at hi own cent, a very fine toned bell for said church. C. B.Albk, J.B.McNrrT, P. C. pcrauuir, n. Omrm, ; ' . Toa.. W. Ff ay. Dedication. We were ploaaoJ to no tice that on the occasion tf the dedica tion of tie new Methodist Church at Mua korron. on tho 9th inst., Grand Haven Was well represented by a largo number of her citizens attending. We understand the exercises were all solemnly impressive and interesting, just suited in every par ticular to the event assembling tho mul titude there on that day. Lictcri. Agreeably to an announce ment of last week's issue, Hon. Warrew CiU6 delivered two discourses upon the subject of spiritualism, which inducod tho attendance of a goodly number of our citizens. Mr. C. is a very pleasant, flu ent speaker, more attractive in manner an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 15 June 1859

THE WAY TO RUIN. - i . . IT RET. T. H. TAIBR. " Let tne boo, il i almost fiilocn years since I cam from Brookvill," laid a gen tleman, apparently about, forty years of age, to an old man with whom be was convening, just as I entered the cars. "Doubtless many changes have taken place since that, in the adopted home of my childhood.'1 "Yes," said tho old gentleman, "but the place has not changed as much as some of. the inhabitants. Many of the oldest-fathers and mothers have gone to their final rest, and their wild and romp ing boys and girls now occupy their places, and have become staid and reliable inhab itants; but this is not the case with all, for some preferred to travel the way to ruin, and have long Bince reached their destination." This last observation at tracted my attention, and as the conver sation did not partako of the nature of secrecy. I concluded that I would listen, and see if I, could learn something defi- .nite about the road to ruin. , The younger of the two gen...

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