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   Democratic Alleganian (Newspaper) - July 10, 1858, Cumberland, Maryland                               Oysters! Oysters! REVERE HOUSE THE ADAMS uriiVj or L as a incut in m coinuxttun wi House is nowopeti. It is tbttiutciftiyu Ihc propricior to keep a. 'Cf.First Class Place of Resort, I'd njOti 8 Cumberland rrotn tlit-cotnilry and eamcday nud not within" M .il uauftujtly low prjcca. tliiilliuKn iuuantoi u HL-at ifivfliim a call. In adiEiliuEi tine m of Ituots SUucd, w ill always find .u ul thr of suj'crio .-inrod niitkv to outer. n.ind tn a mttiuor Lli. 01" i c.in Mc-K ncVnt tt lIlock.H ihiiti J pl.u lur I'll irnfi'tn (jDiiilurhixi, Jitsu 27, SPOOK OF muscle, gland tint! fibre in die ii-imaci frame. IV lifttpurvitnectiirx healilt to ev c-ry lieu Corrupt it necessttrily produCcb II0110 Li optTtite direcllv upon Ihr clt-mtnta C.'lt slrcain uJ IjTc, itiauJ-tlt? pijjiLifiJtol nitd ttiua rntiicilty curing malady, u-bethtr loL.tted tn llic the jiloiiun.li, ihe ill. j or iiiij ylher ptri of iJn- system. USKDTiiuouaiiourTIM; WOULD! 51KMOVED tot lie moiii on I.ibcity mtiti I. 11- twumtliti Otu-'btor. ofj li. H. Tlic IJ.rcotur- nice i .it 1 I< turtitiildu'i t nice furi-ia of .LpplKMtioii. ipply to the 1.1 iabvf of I he ito.iid uf K JOHN Secretary. J JJ II UAMl'aEIdL, JVcasurer. BnniTIP f TTflUC U4 9 P to '-liolr Imjna.i ru.r. atiJ in (fit I il A Hll r A flftli di-i'.'rdura pci-ulut ;u ctrtnin thiuatei. noil toi-jl- UuAUj UuUzJfJ} u, uLU.} 1 uies. f TAS just and opened ni theCrtmi Yimou llcbband Mr. yCstatnl uf HOOTS AND SIIOKS, broil" III to thin tinrkut. Ilia new jmrcli and ITU omit ul -yituri Jit ili-ui-i" t'nl ncr liUlil_iill} ti-K.lJKl.ill tic tito ll.in.l-, Oidfcj'Ij. in.l'tllMl Kite, in the U irk, 1U.unn.ss I rc cjumUy 1 With St'ln. 'lur fur of Society iu Mil -plant ItflirJ. taken tlifinhih any ilrtii) v dpre.nl. rr..mj.t mruf tl.tf KWt; Ktlitfamt til rpnrUy pill- ut ami. xpcltlic infct. OU3 niil'itiy entirely Many lh.it nlVjrl liutnititty nrc Inlicr bi rofuln.CoHwmiUioIiUjphilu.Viu. rt, nuoiiir tlio mu-tl lOlilintxi uf I'D i WOKK, -ml. a flip CUM Ii Buiit- 'i-( intlv vii 'i in i i ij (jf-'ijn.i mi (_, ul MMTIl nil t.T i jftillwwcii by tlirt-.c.lu. fu! thic-m Thi rocoriLs of ihc 11; 1 iho tv IjCinitilpIc to till triilli nttl R Mi- i Till U 11ll or ew-r v intn .t SliouM n Pouiiri ire n i-. r iri'ly nrlit u! iti-. "With m flollon jomid- lhl7 ii antl Im Im.ti.' itiSiiti'ivr'iiiTiy iiuMcyimil he rurcil ucuftlin osrnilinrnl-s, tin- I'tuin MTTT Hi-cnr will crndicatcftum the Kdf.'ii hitlcJ -.1 a I'y every inuthct tlmniirhout nuirs, riii-s.- out (ihilfl c.if i'K lire3 tr-uiT.iiiC'fl from Hi.- pii, ,Ini ft A ('o-'t'- of llic Jttiiorttlmg Htw' urc thc chilli a buuii'l ami UcTlthy body. A I.U.NI. CAUI.I; oy cJttTmc.vrhi. (Since ivutLut dixouvuriiij f fur t hi H.IK.J Ct tor public iicu.MC halt, thc jrr. ilKt.tivii'ut he -.M alone on winch ,-i.rllfli aK-sa tliom nc written, if blc to AYEK'S Arc curing the Sick to an extent never before knoMn of any Slcdlcinci iNYrUDs, FOR YOURSELVKR r am '.-i tiiir (Mi lif ftUJiil UiMii ,i Ij-ifT iii iir, linn am I'tlur iinlim ut reilizrJ liltrknl I'Ci mil imlc v. mo in lirlieMiie lltat lli'v ni'I mil) ffft but and tn In- tt liuvi inn-l make them laluei! Lj ihc i tin! lliliaia liriiMrtif, uhirli IUH nflitn mo Hi Hi? -X fi w   hi-C'l li> provi' :t d n-a ffuod from wcO( tc y'Ts' liiv.- been cSTec'ic'l The unsi in njt MIDH of oucli- iinl at.un e PQWI in, d itiimcrisr, Bollles Have Sold anil imslanic of.-x lailtirc liaslut nri illy an c r rrn n ofthcOityu! I'liild'hlphiii. II I Gltcmlil, wli.> tiy. (hu Ins ptcpar ii'i NTroiilic. Mi M my or ILT Sworn iml pultarnlx t! I ffoirjiir   rorcivpfl th.it ticnulifnl "Kjnc and OfoT I" I'orN. Htlnmnrc K Qi'icct, under {.June Itilli STOVES "nsfo'VEsTT CTOVR9 bnlhcoa J O -Mid C'i'siii! j. T. an..... ScmmcB u'lSNATFlS new initl tortt, nitu Vinous u 00 00 Q UU ul rtsn ii I ,tinii llaai -J nilcl K ns, r uifn.StriJna Liunln tin) i-K... i n truui l.llrtlM'nt. of AMhiiia. 5. 000 Cases t.f n.iautPa .o BIX huuit', ,u yfnu mine, thai inuro or let? eubjccl to. 1 Cj IcrcroT the moil It) n luw h'-iiri bficrn ilic i cnl ij ink en. Cr CompUiiif, Mcari Uinriocn. KiOnin II aiM'-i nml Urctliro dtfiicullu j.f fow Hoar? of RADWA tlV iiuir flitrn i'rrlonl f  -I'lvi-vrv pii-i'-i IIOVKIS-J! will rixii INKS, nn im ,'rMii rliv lillINC i'l.l .ind IN fiii-n t in mi r m >int un (ll. liLLIUVNLLY ILLL'.'Ji'Il V IT.D whi" li i.- m-l'j. mil tin l ilLIIHIl'I Jl'ct Itcii. .1 ttnT. tc'i Ittc r'l. )i .V- s nl.lrt -..il t" llu- iM Itirv, N" 11 Uhnr-il nliliM (..I.IN.i ll'l.ll'inla lO.-.r.l'Hf: l.ll, 1U. J XOTICE. liirownorl -r LiiiltlRii sUouli! tJ I fvr ru. itn.l 1 -ir. v c ni r I- VTV vm'If'P ..r iRi'-s S III) IN I.M .N ..OllCK. l lur oi, eyi ir. .1 i.l ID "ifli b (IU fJiorft I'lilir.Jr, llii--" >y Cirni IJi'Nrn, Ti itice nnil G-r-na ly, i mculu- iriu bt-ilittnlii.lM .lit i ir. ihV 'inln'r ''l lur tlic fills -uiit Ih I'lH-art Oteh.lt Wonnij i L-urr jilt. Citi-giis, Colds. tn Cum- pl.nuU, iJ.one (ItttlJCIitJ, KiCoiitj OjlniligehiioH, njni- liiHuenri tt j- dj tap Vent it M ACtr- Dysneniii, Intlftiiisiiatwn, tiuua, Duri'iu-j, Inward Weal.- of all Dropsy i i tss kinds. nltlie M-tnut'aclorica of Prnfviini U) 60 Mn t Jen Line, Ycik, and J2 I Str md Lontl.iri. nil -nd Ut tiers in Medicines :fie U. rfl.ilct, in-l llie civilized vorld, in .itJJcis CJ j tic-its cvnil each. ZrjjThert is (i cunitderable flavinj; by ;nkmg JJ Directions ffirtli" ofp itientf in fit.-} diS'Ttler, [o'each bo f, i0' JJ, ly. ir. gcniimf- tmlet- llu AorJs }otl, and art Iiactriiibft. us n tn leal ul tlif 'look of iiroonil t-ic'i pol or ilic -t-nie iiiy be plainly tfiflc-tftif the A linmlsonte n ml i nil lie jjjicn toiiny informiiinn .is mnj ICTI! !T> ton of iinyjnrty iir [Arties if.IuMiiPS or ll.c know- iMnrrti, hi. nig .xiij uiincJJti''.F.in nii (o lat I -dysfnliij-tl xnil tin, of l.ot.U. known utll 'ii.l.o' do, J.. j (Jo. lio. K) ilo. tin. LTV. r l.lutilftl' CldtJ IU-iiii. M KKSLM4 A I'll S NOTICE. Win. II Killui i, SOGulJ 7'., i i l. '.0 Jo. Clt, wi_li. U'lilclin, 3'i. mi.ll. WrMrhei. .10. CT-i.li. !UOU Cn-M Vwt I'.jb 1000 Colrl I'tin r.nj r.nciN. 5 lo 1.'.. tnrli I.oikeli. Itrnrelili. Umorli'i. Kir Crtnsl Cuff 1'it.i. Sitiii. l'ulloi.3. Ilinsji, ,s or miy 01 nllr .1 I t.ml u -.fifty of other iirtiUr.1, woitli i Iti ncu'-tpiptr in II: (li' ml II nut (.1.111 tlui Alliji'iv in III't ll.lll.nful IL. III I- IXtll t 1 l 1 ll'l Juliet! it. IK r p-11'-''1' II' I'" >ny t.l Jl AKPEivS A JWIM.1M Ul OUIIiVHov (he Tulciit in t'n. It'viM fur ytnr llatj.tr1. "Wdkly" mid "Alni.. Hdinluif; n club ol einy reei-ivc u copy grati-. .iijirlUrrj .'nil Ut Clrii-ymfii niiil'lVacllrian I.I I'lui Kulil. ll ,V I'.iMiJifni. KrnilJiiiSiii Couglis, C 1 1 RIl U '.I ATI S.M Iliii iloo-xi (lit: of nvti itii mi'l u rt.ctMiiii.i-i Uti! nil iW tiinnii L j.Ii'Viii-niis at llit lull u Milti li'lr jrmrJy in Dr. Wn tf iln- in itl.on: j-i.ij found n tnore 1 im l eiiuuv l r. MiluM.li irri.it ptitf, lit.ohiti ur lujiirli'UI vvfnn .iijuhrrnlei! feti- tin l the hiix iitorIni, i-ixj Iliu n.-im. v.-lii' liuil u ti! Ollit.. wi luttii-. bi.1.1 -.u, ft CO Miri.li. Il53. tll.a __ _ 1J llu tl-.tqrrt. S n II tu i [d Kw i til 11 u I', Ml I'll tit t .1111! iuri.ll. llnl lln- Aloiui .it (K i ru i-t ll: I >Vi.i U I r.jutt l..r Cn Lir Ju r.: :LI Cilli lur l-.lt! KIM l tMtl, firllir.T tu tlic ST 1.1 ll.tf FtS. T. I- I1 KBM.Ki .CIM, KcUf n ir; I from JU cents lo Ollrnrh. On receipt of llie siibicnption niomy.llic mlj scnber's Hum- will [if t-iiltr il IIJIIMI imr Lur.t. [hut itiimlitr uil! Iu rnrtvurjeil WIT! iir oie her liiunbtii; ti'ir lottery nbotii every ri'yer 13 sun- nt Vf.J-rtfrTIOII-illl. j inon; ihlin of-I. S .l.iy of Orli.litr II" IIMi, II. lo ftvi.is to lli.fi lo I'" l-lftuil I u, I lur ny u. tillulilmi... Al.c.jiiiip.u-.iri.u.n.a-tu'Jl.i i-u.'.e- rUMr.L AUIiC. Pvfi'li'n. Ml) Utnlrolrilt, N'rtv far Tr, AX OHMIXAXCE rt'i ff II. -I C ,.IM K'r 1! nm-tnruo 1 ur .1 li d-iiu I- n'li "llb.'l'.j t .1 t-.l I, ,'i. ,t ternli llnl tlio iro-m imilmlilc i-l'aill'I It l I II t ikci. M r nil r. !j i Lit M l tl I'u .1 rrtt Ill lr> rl ill. in ll.i pen im. jtiii. IVALSII i-i-. _. II futli HI... ht nil litre .1 t nrqlln 'r'-lie'r TlhVe IU 1i< Tin! frtlortli i liitalin.ifr fi i< nltnn" in Hi-   rronili, nil of wtucli me r-cl ll.i pen ij Ajjcnt. V -nl.jnui.. fcxv nftf...ce rrtmn- V run in.MU.S S A I.I.RN'S IIAIK KilaTOnCit ,V .M ofl.. tuti Gitit "Tl.t fallit c m.tl rotor Uti O IJiti'il .1 '1 ni AM Jlililt tjnioit .N V "I t-Iitsi fijl'v mfti tnj d tunoiiy il, V L'I n. I'mun, N V. "Until 'i in 'family l.f.i np.ilitr ijnh! norcrty. i lltv.J in II C..U-U, tif., N. V.: "U of of my frnnly t.. Mnn.'n.l" ..'Tr', nth- 11 vrA.' i.i'Jon, T t'j. i y A A I i KN'P in IM. pn'.ir t-i 5111! un.i.' ,M j i' iy M OHI n itw n nti 01. Oi Iwbti, if i li tiuiui p'. iS rf-.-n s i.s'3'A i: A [i DV r. i! Ih. ml.lv' li  Oion nf Ihtj rmNinnntli SliniififHinrtc oV" JOEN PltATl', of llic i-litp Mani'ii, itntM (raDi Vcur 1'ilU liivr oifw! in" (mm T l.ilic'H amrk wli-ch vrrj- I Iiail of am (diVf li) in-, I'lit-icinn, ami from nrint.l> 1 coiilil Ii> l.tit n ypnt I.BVP tomplHrlv tntcinl me lirnltti. 1 r lo a fntii'l (nr wlnrh Iiail trmibled linn foi tnnnihl 1 he (nc In n tan rurcd lum Vntj tlio faft in tJio arid I am free Read ttiim fffm the Swl Uottrt, hrtlliiini ulnlilien l knovi n, m-t onlj in ilm but itic ii 1 itio lum Hell t-'tntri 'aiM. .'rfA IKi-l. in a licilUiy condition and forr el lit in ton due pcrforiuonrc Ofdicirdutice, R. n. n. liccui'f mnl'iti'I .in lutc-rn il rrin- ic lo in (he tlinlif iniil.r hfr quirlc- power Hi- inny be, ft (It'bc uripplicaliou M illin-tititly s'top JJftntnhrs irrin (lie nirtii Vnn'ftoJiV a u nnur( tlnir Hi., i- ti. f" il i TIN tun" forprop y llic Medicine. litttrrep. iirv. c. K ML'wxirrr. usfS Cm V CiLy, ol" Yost 1 Inlli oM.iijicd from llic Orpli.itM' oT Cini'ily, IH I ,tfi< nf.tiy on i riticr, nn or UM r couiily, t> na him, and (hit n ropy oTtliM tl tn Bmnr- pi iiuc'l in ilio it of On in tiTlainl nix'f n for muntlia, pntr l-i Jut Mjtid.iv inch tl.ik. P L A T 15 D Ii I. ItilitliaJat fiiiCLsTl .irttclry Slort r .i.l'. wiiiuiir. Hull IHJNEKAI. l-rwlirro. I? nlso mirnifnj lurins nn nli for .11-Uiill V.DI.iIiy i. ll.u. I'l-l- 1! Ui.ll.kV, link F. lirutry C, I'l i WAX'l'KD." V> ,1, U.i i.ii.l, ill U.tli.iiii.r, ur nt IropitHi.n I.l, IIIIL uf llu v iv 'Jl. Ituil O.tk lllnI.. iyil Ili.-l.rirj- -ir-d -Wl'iite O.il: Hint .uiil IJairil r.nlit i.ljrrlii K. .tlu.trit n iiy iHifldinlly.nr Iiy h In r, In I SIIAII.KK. .Ir SI .lnnrl.1, IVji oin FURS 'PHI'. will iitiy llir- lnijli-1.1 in.il 'ict I f fur ASI> rox SHINS. mil till a I, nil rifuilur In Slint mid ll'ut S'I.IL ill M, UlocU mi street, Cniiiljcrlnnil.( Home lo iteli I S in.! SlIOIV ln.-i'li- li.-irilrr.-trc llnUlir nnil, Itupi cuil-liilitly lit-rfl wilt l.cVp'irrr! .Ill ttlio I.ny f'H-l lull V t r.nliniiiiil, Vn Culm Prny L', Vji j.iHt r'-f'di.'e'l. t'M.n I (i rinilrli'iirr I lir I't-xt i> "Ifrrr i1 tn HIM in.ir. Uf Inlv I'orncr ollf d'.u. rtti.l Ml i-li-xiir Et in" i-tilf-i n in tin Al Jinlull'crl, In Ilii-Uin unOoni! llcolllud I ly aim fojil t.l It ollirra. fPHK lintiiif; liLfji bl JL ollltlll.sior, sm.r'l t'l t'" I'lrriiil Criull I'll ADi'K'Miy -IM a Cell r I i.l :trhuil j in i.l'll, a'l'l, IT u! mill Ci.lil.ty. l.'At (Ir ,.'i I. ill., .n i lli.il II, 1111- y ttil! Ilir n -MH! tl., M- pi, It. p1 Itlllll lIlcliulKCII l.ln-hll Ir III II- I t .....I -till mi'KKj'i. Ull.l.MMr j'KII i.-f-MlU 111 SIMKI.N iiiiinLr.iAi iii r-, 'Jin. r OUDKR Ol' U M. 1 olliers, In Ilia Ciri-.iir Cnurr Ofl.-ivcr I' Crjurl ol Equity. run! ollitrq: J IIKi. Ilii9 l.'nli .if Mny, lt'53. il.n' trrn......Tr-wi'i- fnr llii-H.kof ilip of iml, us tl n! Ir'nrr llir nf Ilirt-r-micvi ssivc .n-r Id liu- nf Jiin> i.PM I'l-r- rrpurl the rnmmm ul xfiflO. INSOLVENT'S Cjili Vnmc, y l-'il, llu.l iTiUAljaX. Hwfrf, ilnr. S Vl r If jituxrf ir mis _ for Allrjr-iii.vrnuiily......iiiitrr I, ml pin, T rt-nri A nn rfrierfl r icjnr ilinug njt Ins rtrlitori., ml, Ns, SOHM.S'AI.T KIIF.UM. IIUMOKS. (tr Tlicfoirineilio .-.ir- lultc.riuinV In iflioii. Non.jtirv J.rHlictick give ihom n A V fc TO .1C... Fi lly Win. Son. TJII ot SOVEREIGNTY or THE or THE UMOS: VOL. XXIII CUMBERLAND, JULY 10, 1858. IS PUULISHUD ElTliY S.ITURD.J 1" JUOILXLYC, sn 1 One CMjiy, jniiuin. iynbkiialf ycitrly iimdvanre. Wlnu layuici-t 4 -klayd until the expiratiuti of the ycur, 'irv Duttars and C'ou'r will b'j jl'.MHSTS V iiMitL-J :it tlw TJte of Dollar p.r (1'J fur thrtc flliti tictnfy-litii Cults fortych coittm- Uftncc. A IlUMsl a-sotllit ty nho I'JilSTlXC uf tfeij PauiiiLlitb, P.iy KuJ ou Baltimore Sirtot, tlunl dooi i Oificv, On.iixrhiicl, 5W, LOLA I liave Iwfuro me f.ic "Ltcturcs of Mon- i-mbnicLiig nu autobiography of thw 'wo-st rcmtirkdble v gnmii of our time. Tlio K-ctUrva vtry J at the tisilu t'ucy were delivered, but the nu- ruculs points of liwrnnneut jtn opportunity of coming coufijiicuoiii-ly upon Ha1 political Ever since tewing a! it spent her time almost exclusively in   Byvtti citiw. One iisakw hvr aiiolhi'r iu Indii, another in Turkey. Lo- !i h.is 11 JUvicuit tiinu hi bun" U-au ed .vilo. but LO..I generously tlttiti Msuorva, hpruiig Iruin tus UMMI i of f ,r she 1m UJ a ,raw from tht '-''0. f After the uucl, wcnl to Havana. King U ilcscubv I M Veitig, contrary to gen- ally rccci'-cil oni'iim, ouutiftLe EKtetJcarnc-J. am! vnibrnccU thc Hspubl'cin CHUM.'. An ccgaguticut of niarrijgo tuuk place bctnt'.n tlitM.' tuo cotigcni.il Bpirilhj but Duurticr wiw bhot m a duet hatched up by ci'itum piirtica whom l.Ni-riiirjjj'5 had ruutU'rcd l.ittly bvt'i) ihc case with il. I't.ie. i-Lgrtts tliat was a- bio to take and give Lw an onliit nil tiie s.t'ibfactiuti dtsircd. DujtrrJcr k-fl his fortune, botnu to lnb iutcnO- it all separu'e or.-vin ol to write licr fo. 1 mutt lias attempted her thereforo tpc tiiu'.-n: Su'- t. D CALl'.It in Jfartlirut lliUiiunro and M-uv- II. D- VlI-L'Jt, has !i'iV on lYi a full mini.1', oi aii U  tiuse. Thcrt, b a sale in lowu last veelt, of BIS or WOOD AN05 n.V.COPPKR .tSHEET-UCON WAllE. 1'ftrticulivr .mention juul to onluM from nbrojil. uu airui-i. m-J. Uuvm.-rc Han, PAPER- PRINTERS' CARD tt, ENVELOPE Vo. C'omwf lli.vtta find u f.rf l K SON, Carriage HaaufacVarers, constniilly on hand.-jJOS'J IMIAKTO.NSan'l ill J itylc iml fimsli. il' to BitUciiy or country irAiiL-. HARNESS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ItJNUtfl done short SKCOSD HAND CAKRIAOKS 1.L-CO.ES V Sept 0, AulTuSTUS SMITH, Cabinet .Maker and Undertaker, .V. MCSIIASU Srensr, ii: a'ld the bold and novtl pul.tna! ,K frc-queiitly K-foro linn, UricJc-r Ta of L'j'.xa tuU! tvHik pKite iu t-.i f iijiiuvitur or n tinit slie must liter theh' rv.iiit ur i mati, or tniiet l l'i" re pyiia.bidly of Lvwclf a tu by fchf-t it by '.he unst corrupt and Lul.i to Ur uv.n story, i.'cs burn in Irul.inJ, in the llcrf .thtr tta> u ul Sir KdwarJ Oiiiiort.nnd her mothiri it ii J, T. t-j one uf tUo l.ani'ioriiwt wwneu of hi.r day. Thc fiiiniU nanjy uf her rrtutliLr was fiytn the nvblc racy of MoLitttlro, oticc among thy wenlt'iitst .mil mo-vt pou'trwl iu Spain. The Moul.ihcs '.filr.orijU JvU. 1 ne uiiriuiit, tlicrc- fcru, vhicb courses through Loi.t'n id rt mixture of tija rather co'i.bujjiblc con; jund. Ker fitl.cr bi.t tv.tiiiy U lur ntothm but Lcc m-irri-! i w.ia two t card .vni ".-.u by thu name ot Dolon.-s ic ua.1 oallcil Dolores, iis ihu id now by itsdimiiiittivc. Lola. Soon after her birth hor f.tthcr i.as oidcrwl tj idt.i, and hii family v.cut with him. One of tlic of the country quickly cnrrt'-d him At Lht braith, IIL- CrtnfiJc-l Lis uife ,1111 child to friend, Ciptiin Craigie. Tau f-arftit of nut bjmg .ible properly to gund protect tho u uiuu adopted the pl.in (jf rying li-r. u.is nlnvjtsix oKl bliu W.IH wjJt ti S-utl.inil, to thu houm of CVipt.iin CraJgit's father, Sho contiuuc.l here- until her rcuiov.il to ihu family of Sir Xit.hu's, in Loiulun. IJtr education 1m ing been finished to thc of that, djv, fyi'a's mother cniuC from Imhajor the of Uking her daughter her, it soon turned out that had promucd 1.1 nnr- rirtgc to Sir Abraham Linnly, n rich and g-nity old rase.il of snmo sixty 'ihc -Accldiuj: was to tike pLicc arrival in Iiuli i Of tourfac, the mad-cap cried and btor'ncd it tl.L piece of tcu1- If tlio inother ivr.s iiiincd so vvns thc thild. Lola sotighl thu ndvm- of a C.tpt.iJn J iiiics. In tonrii and (k-tpair, sin to him to save hur from this which he did li.ott tfTevlt'.il ly by eloping with her hunt-elf on thy next dry. 'Ihc puivcd malchcs, hku iK'rtt-t, mo sure lo Din1 in .1 I-jl advice to .-.11 conUmpl.itc such a is, tiiat Ind better innj or druun just onu Lrfiire tiu'V htart. C-ip1- mill cigl.t tnonLlfi Irolittid, and Klur.Tjd [j India. ucntona lo n Mis. Lomer. One fie cftj'lAiii .turl Mrs. Loft.or went out from pouer, itifincncts ropellcd, and n l.Vnl for m of ih Ti.e tulc of Cy ,it fiitni'y of iint'jui. s of LLiisf-jldt. acconsir.- cil tataf1, coiifcrrct] on Lolti for her a lo were lit 3jkf3y, ntyro buy, 18 My word for it, I would eight at one tiii.v." There "Yc-s I got a i vc.irs old, for nut t ike a thousand tblt.trs fur !.itn to d.iy." "Jiibt in} I never huud a wortiuf it. tuld you "Oh you UU-.HY I tike the piper. wv thv saic atiJ 1 had to go to to'vn any I went on ihi; day of tlic sale thiakiog I hit a L.I Uue.ir, I 2 h.tncbto 'lurk. gyta box A'ffie A KISS AND ITS CO5BBqUESUEM. Our boarding-bouse i  a quiet, and a very respect- able sort of mati. exceedingly fund ol" his and, withal, a little inclined ouay latter is o beautiful and afiec- liotiate creature, who dotes upon her 1 band, and jeatoua at afi. One day week. of our boarders, atid a maiden lady of th'mv-five or mnouncemcnt of thc name, for a few.i moments, gave some tokens of an inten- tion lo swoon but, thinking better of-it, she refrained. j 'TUs is a said Miss i, earnestly, after enjoying fully the i sensations bhc had created. 'Terrible, uttered Miss Dfbbs., 'And not to be borne exclaimed the indignant widow, her face assuming a very- erubescent tint as bbc spoke- 'It must not be borne said thc spin- ster; 'th? reputation of this douse will not allow such things-to pass unnoticed 'And our own reputations chimed thc other maiden. 'Think what we should be made lo suf- Cried ths widow, 'if it should become known that live in the midst of such iniquitous 'Our characters are not to be trifled with exclaimed Nobbs, witli a determined air. 'and tins thing not Lc ?ufiered to drop 'PoorMr. I'ickluby" sighed Miss Dobbu, 'I pily him from my 'And taid the widow; 'for I dare say he has not the least suspicion of his uife's 'He must know uttered Mis-. Xobb--, speaking in a low and deliberate tone of to lure n hand a nui.-e in the hall below, and, stepping thri i 1 of her apartment, she leaned the 'You are must know it; but how inquired Miss U'e mu-t .tell him it be proper i' 'It will be our duty.' said Brigga. coward suffer y WJierewpon, before Ih4 oilier ''Vun'rc l nrd for mo again, Uuclu tlit'liirng L over. About a. month ..11 tha nejjrota Leloitging to ths estate of U T, BKI that iiitlr and of bl.c arrnxJ iu U iva- rn.in could nut pyuiibly collect i   not ascribe the sttccirwi of lver cutmics to thur superior t.ct: and hsgacity, but U) tiic brute-force produced by Aii'-'mn (jold, Bavins. Ilut, btfurc quiuiug thekiagdoia for hhc -obtained laul iiitcrvtyv the  quarters, as well-whipped a man as he had, ever encountered. 'J said'Wigley, after helping his adversary to his feet, 'no-.v that our affhir settled, please tell me what I have you 'Tor wiih my well replied the defeated, but indignant, man. 'It's a taid WJgler. the responded Pickleby 'and I ran V" can't 'vre-vll and MIC ht-rself, and me a witne'-'j, if you can.' 'Very wi-tt: just what I desire-.' Mr. the -blood from hU f.icc, his disordered garmtnU t as well as upeottW, aad accompanied Mr, ,go hat the of it. with a meek and" resigned look, as if taken it upon herwlf to suffer at the stake. 'And said the widow. 'Oh, I will accompany you 1 am sure 1 only want to do what is said Miss Dobbs, 'Then, let us go at the sooner he has 1 i mtnd disa- bused m respect to his wjtV, the Forth, accordingly, tbe immaculate trio sallied, as soon aa they could make the necessary and bent their course toward the store of Mr. Pickleby, "Why, n rich oM from It JJLV, and I got the I cash six dollars p-Jr Then, both started to ascend the stairs in the part of the city. rind Miss !o withdraw into acre. JIc m) wee bit of die j.boui it. time." sell a tract lie Cfcmc across our In Alr.- l U'e dcacnjjiioa of thn country iidtertistiicntj r.Rfi coniu to itruck a in no ler glinijia-2 of the man who was with Pickltby, and ditcovertd in him, as thought, no other than Mr. VViglcy. had bcon absent in Ilie tl.em Ihithcr. iiiu Udtiaoiiiuu o. bu-sincas., when he aivv llifi three ladsea approach He operations, and inquired what happy circumstance had brought VrroT 'tvr-x-n. tn if land for the list two years, -nid eouKJn'E TI dollaf .1 h.iJf JIT icre. It's better land than and JOH know it, Squire. "Well, 'wlmt is, 'tis, .vtid be no but J reckon Squire, bc.-.t you sugar. I bought lost tuo barrels of at 7 cents, everybod> hail to give 0 Bc.it that With ill cise. Uncle bought mine at 5 cents." ".No dou't 7" At the house of W- You they in t! country ior a weet, and she seen him, on his return, not more than  r leby; to e a man was with 'her. .'Pickleby saw him he smiled, andsJiook bythe'Irand. turinng to who bati ralJowed him., f r MUa Xoob's facc'becatne crimson. 'I jhe ttammered, made a ''mistake. This I saw; AffH ihat I Jrd'lo be- I brgj pardon.' ;iiidiea; look' -their ler !di-" UDinterition must be like lieve he As t'ic trio ture. Mr ina meddling, bui fie boon plh'ined the whole aflkir heartily in the laugh IhatjwaJ "rtisVd _ ___ _. _____ _ _ said Mi-s Nobba shaking her head j hia expense, and J c it. Now hay Co. I got .1 rr.re paper thnt tbcy were selling o.1 at I knew gro- ceries Moultl go q'Jiek, so I and bought a FiippH TJie groceries ivtrc fill sold be- fme night. I didn't DHV the uoney cither, for they took my Uaited Slates bad xvarnwt at '20 per acre. now, That cau't br, fur law- yers told me that it was not to sell iny I.uul warr.uil." "Very true iomo timo but the news Utcly iu our paper, tb.it had tna'le them assign. ible." Well, 'tiicnt f.ur it's nscally Iiavo editors to get alt tlio uctt's acid keep it tntmsclves? "Ah, Uncle Joe, you don't uiidcreivirl Kilitori. and printers Uborniglitartt! d.i> to sns'r xar TOWIJ. I.-.D FOK Tim LOWCST r.l J WOOD Reariy-Miirfc t ii'l.M.fi bo -uhl iry bun I A WOOD tr cOn-Untl rw.un.tblc. rot CAIII. WATCHES! Siifh IK tho of Loi i of 1 lime simply I.icl.- frtmi her n stntcmcuL, ntid conm.xt- thcni together, Ix.t others make their cvai- A 'L'lioruiiT ur Tu die wnrn: henit to be >till anrl crjld former; these lunbs that nrc so active now, to lie motionless m the ridiQ" mill riCVcr hail thu resncctable pio-i of the i iml to Huh. jlr 1 qti.er unsi J r r ii of tlihblw ttould wrrv Luck to tho Old if.in Id but in ir.Urnalc'y mm j j It decide 1 lo ecnd her to htr tnother who hnd rth.rncd to Knsl.md. Tlic ling wns not a O'ic, Mrs IA! forgotten thc V.HB in u cbambor, rrnlinw! until ;i ccrfili- catc that thv liillo prKontr uns iu v.as Cn the blrcngtb of iliiscurliric.ito strt to SIio was to be placed in cl-arjc of A branch of funuly, on Iho JuriMl of the vessel in slit1 nrKirivcIy rofti'-m.l to go. The little pnibi.-widow wnt Ln.don Autl became of Her money, about wits run iMlii in ICHS than a year, and she was compelled to look about fur n mpaiis of eiipnort, 'Iho thpntric.il profa-sion v.' first thought of, but was c >Widorttl a br.r to her iiniiic liita nppcarnnce, BO Fttlkd that she tliouid Lea dausexiic. Aftur studying lxr art four mouths she niadu her drbiit ml Her Majesty's Tlwa'ro in cr the pcrs and bwks perhaps, lw able to j anKhonlc tho condition urni ;x inount.uii thiiu 1 nuibt that IT rather .1 strong But she did mind theoOhtuncd. Since the coiiimctJCtmciit of her lectures slid has received natliiiig but kuidrics-s.it tlio h.iiidb of country; ,ind with a melancholy air. A dreadful errand ihty in prying to imagine, imp their time into the affairs of other people, and dictating to Ihem the course they hould pursue. I snu! the spiniter, as she closed the door of her room, and walked on tip-toe lo a seat 'it's come to this, ha> it1 I always thought there was some- thing more than everybody Lneiv going on between the two.' She sat for half an hour in deep medita- tion upon the matter, and then she arose and moved toward the door. 'If the nicked, creature thinks' Miss Xobbs to she has the faintest idca.that" such aclions will be buffered in this she find herself mistaken, I can assure her.' She heard footsteps without, and, as she paused into the hall, she saw Mr. Wigley descending the and heard him leave tho 'Left her, have you she uttered under her breath. 'Well, well, I nevci ted to witness such goings, never But 3'ou'rc found out you're both of you She hastened !o (he room of Miss Dabb-, on the lloor above. Miss Dobbs is a co.'i- fulfinic of Miss Xobbs, a few years oldt-r than herself, and a few degrees thinner and gue j in Mobbs gratifieil to inform them of the improve- find Mrs. Brings in company with her friend on Mrs. Bciggi may as well state is a widow lady of so twelve years standing, who had en- is generally believed by nearly all the captivate and cn- of Tho paper goo .Vurov] aiul recom- mentis c'ur country to entcrpruing and intelli- gent otnigr.inls, GJU they libor '.bub noth- ing V Should they not be paid there :i innn o is not by aptpcr? not every coilin j i bllll t' -j eyes 10 ck'-.cJ on all tbvy I.avo Nl, tcari litres should upon them. It is .1 strange thought I What woold tho soul bt> doing then it think of tha few mourners who bent abovu tho worn ut 'etionuut U had left for- ever would it upon thoso who Iwd hcipcd cwfjc-i upon that uncomciinia head iln- niig Hfo, and came to gloat over tliuir v.ork, when liatif.f.'igor uud rcvciigo cntilJ do no mory, I e.tu it all. 1 seo the smalt proce-t- Hion enter "tho bury ing ground, f can tho wet AIJ, the dying tho grey find bre There nre children pcoping th 1. -rt, .1 1 ul 1 J.P. mil' t he of tl'e churchyard fence, wi riijthlciwil, air Tlwrc VIMU ith a H" t ffifdei Riralnfn. ftund it May POU ftnd Tit, Ware. lie THOS. JOHNfl, fcCanlrc Tnulc LsnlcrnB, kct Knivciaoii Korku, CaW Cornrr fc tn. M.'BIjAKKhiiiUnlreccivcdanolhcr ofClolln, Pl.iin linim. All jroid. "1 ..-iding beside tho grnj e, nicn.ury at their hatrte. Her pfr.urmancoa crontcu a J tbcy can weep, Uia rt-it urc i-ilcnt. Every Ironor and I tower tiic the Jnnip. d irk grave It vaa I one bju Is "orward, anil ibo vnls mttlo Iiwpt'd upon IKT by tlio royal family, atli! wlioi U.at no. WM SchultoAI. to ,111 i: w.is nul long since thai silo fmKll to grn. was engaged. IVoin Drcsilcii Lola wcul toBcr- bn, from Bmlin lo Warww, from rcctiving the rowkcd favow from voy- hantln. Here fjtitls the bittwy of her life pri- or to bor gC'trrg tx> BaTartn. Tho porioil of this Irulj renurka'nlo woraan's Kijotim in Bavaria TTAS hyfm idtv.t' ;rnpor- tsr.t if x'c-ilnuo licre with plnct-. s'.iii.l- JH if they vo is liHeil, Mid tlio from lonely It niight bo thai them; but it ii only k glanco, thty turn way rrmliigh thon Mcp in lUo wailing i arriagos and aro wbwlftl aiirsy. Ilio lonely jravo remains bghind, tho rain repaid -four-fuUl far ;'ae pittance his sul-cription pnco "Stop stop right there! I'm going to take the paptr. I'll go to. town to-morrow nnd Uil.o jix, nnd scud kick to my tin U corgi j." ''You neeihi't go far that, -here1 j the Kit- tor rigiit in tht next lUre thc nnhtd in upon us, where wy ncro acting out tiioit admirably a person Fast H is enough for us to say that after an introduction. Ibo lurao of Jaicum 0 ulic was en- tered on our nttc book as a subscriber paid in tuHrtucc, And now whcntlic paH'esaUmlci.1 to, shall his, wchopo thry will pinion us for lo thc public tlic Kiibstnntiai facto by tho aiding so cfcctuaDy in subscriber." say! who are they who arc thc cow- led niotiltj, tho hoodcJ friars gildM with shrouded in thc procession oi mutt or in an unknown toiiguo words of import 1 Who are I tho nulnigut "usassiny of reputation, who lurk in by-lanes uf tcxtay, with dagger tongues vhnrponcd by invention nnd co venom ed malice, to draw tho Wood of umoctnce, and banquet on tho dead. arc They aro A multitude no m m nnniLrr, (jUcfc-soii'.cci fftniilinrs cf tlio inqui- siiiou of Zander, acarchiop for victims in cxery city, town and village, whrnver the heart of liumaoily throbs, or the ashes of mortality find Oh, coward, coward world jikulkcre! Gtvo me tbc blood brigand, who thunders along tha with limiting tiwt cilia thewiiiUMiift M well M the mo jnrMo who nnfurU tho.bliick (lag, emblem of his in the of iiiatiiuiony, Mr. A more dreadful errand you colitd not added Mrs, Briggf, making a strong effort lo shudder. mercy's fake, cried the alarmed man, turning pale, 'what is 'In I he first place, Mr. said the first 'we wish lo yon that you have our warmest thtt we feel ior you.' From the Very bottom of our added thc elder maiden. And nothing but a deppsrnsr; of remarked the widow, 'has induced us to take thc step we have, in order lo reveal to you such distressful is H? what U exclaimed thc merchant frantically. 'Don't me in happened uttered KobU, in a significant tone. 'Yes Mr. Plckteby, your repealed e other two, in a breath. Mr. Pickleby staggered backwards, while a lo ik of deadly terror overspread his fcalmes. 'My wife he gasped, 'what of my wife' Is she sick is dead MISS Xobbs closed her eyes, and shook her he.id slowly. 'Then why do you alarm me >o U'hal would ou have me to understand 'Is there not something that, to }'our noble mind, is worse- than do you mean Mr.-. PicLU-by, your wife ia dccivinj you 'Cruelly, tliamcfully dect-iun ley to join their party that tventagJra game of v SPEAK OUT. Do'n't p tion or circunloculiou, young J may be true ot" as' judged-byr the tlictiouary, aiid as charged-upou i a b l thai it was ingly invented to hide ihoxight, instead of exprcbi-ing it. To this the and lha vr_-i v frequeritly put. B'lt we" warn jon-i more eart.esliy againcl Iheir prevancafTrtgJ use, if you are desirous of'mai.itairiingi your and pfrso'iial No, no. Never tion is asked }ou, ansver pi cliuc answering altogeUirr- ter COUMC it is yoni an improper quo idle curiosily, or There is nolbing more aitiacthe in y people than frankness of nead of look as welTas open countenance and a Iriithfu! eye that never winks benealh the burden of a lip (hat le't a lie pass over There arc no words iir the English language more valuable than the little Hablcj -yrs- and There no pre% jricalion in them when propcrlv uttered, li.-t when they atrr drau led out into (j c-e- j' auti then they become wortl; Out (hum, in' a clear rhp? of voice, nnd in a manner nol loi be borne said Ihe when you speak Only to wilt you do ju-lice to your native sense' of propri- ety. Only -o can you btf conlcnlrd witli yourself. Only so can you be py. Thcie is nothing so Eal'e'iii j run, add iuieiy uotiiiiip'more bcau- i tiful than frankly j Spti.ik out. -Mr. Piclleby looked from one !o Ihe Mis- IS'obbs smiled mysteriously, a- --he other in pntcicd. and, carefully clusing Ihe door. sjiJ Mi-s .N'obb.-, 'whileyou shr seated herself beside her are your uife is receiving the at- am frlad lo find you she leniimi of other men.' 'for I hnve somelliing of greatest I importance to make known.' tell Dobbs, with an caser U it be surprised to know. Oh! il is thc wonderful thing in the world how deceptive some people can br-' I never, in all my 'But what is it cried bolh the ladies in a breath. most rhamcful goings on you ever ivitnessed, I'll be replied the cx- cileJ virgin, in so impressive ft manner lhat the of her listeners became almo-t unendurable. Then pausing a mo- ment to let her words take full offset, Miss Xobbs lookrd solemnly from otio to Ihe other, and continued: you believe it. ladicr, uhou I you that I saw, with my own eyes, Pickleby in tho hall below with hen a man of sense, nu malic? how humble ur degraded oc- cupation may tippc-jr iti ihc cyea, of. tha lain rari foppish, is treated will) cODlritupt will soon forget it; but he v.'rll'ue auro v to put lorlh.all the enuigics of his n.ind to coulinBcu look down in tcorn t one of oui -ses abould far forget her modesty as to an she lus done.1 for thai reason.'added Mrs. 'a-, t have alreadv jnid. wt- detcrtninetl to acquamt'you wilh the do vou know this cried Ihe iner- chant, in a voice of rage. 'Arc you cer- (ain of what you answered Miss Nobba your wife this morning will) Mr. VViglr-y, in thc hall; heard them and together they went to your room.' 'Wigley. Do you mean to fay that is the man repeated Xobbs, cm- phalicallv. 'The Q.lious cried Pickicby, his hat lia shall L bitterly. upon him. shunning the mechanic we an influence derogaiory to hon- est lahor, and make it unfashionable for mei> to learn or labor support. Did young women ra.ilize lhal for all they possess lliey urn indebted to tho mechanic, it woold be their desire to clcvale him and to encourage his to (heir society, while they would treat scorn Ihe lazy, the fashionable, the sponger and the weli-dresaed pauper.. A SCASDALOUS li did Dr. Molt nay, 'the flinblfr htr no would play at hii would gamble upon hii moth- er's coffin.' Horace Walpole mention'] an of a man having, in his lime, dropped ladies, "stood in Hie presente of Mr. igley, wlif> smiled, and offered his hand she him she was alt alone ribloi trade. >bow> plank which j-uir j thc cnHKl fwt tread; but mo from tlio 'Suci wic that Vickloby was not al and, no, Ihiy went off together. Oh! it's al- incredible, such sharnetcM The iinmodeil, r.x- IhvwbVjiugfltHumn wind wet nnrl !wvc> around. It It ia is a d tncy Hiycnt 01 SWCTCIJ, wnum uniTes are uioucn n f ,f in n velvsl bridgo of dtMh W WM Wlltl en who spnuul 'nitli j paiMn tlio tlio wind-. ins Ikn'i. I >'echoed Mix Dobbi. Mr. :l pottiblc r to the other. Mr. Pickleby, with every exprttnion of Korn and hale, declined to louih it. 'Permit me to inform the merchant. (Imott choking with rlgt, I know ill.' Mr. Wigtoy looked at lh< iprtker with ceive Ihe kind of specimen: A VVtktf rn tdilor tih br'elh'ren of. llie ttmvAti 'IM proverb, thtt 'Ali arc EWSPAPERl EWSPAPERl   

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