Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, April 14, 1848, Page 1

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cs Vol. XXI.... Whole No. 10S5. nvRLiiwroiv, Friday i?ioriviiv, Aran, i, ibis. IVcw Scries, Vol. a IVo. 49 SJttsiiusa (!Tarbs. " Apothecaries' Ilnll," GEORGE 11. HARRINGTON, Proprietor, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HCAt.Cn IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Harrington' Huildiiigtor. SMAI.IXY & PHELPS. ATTOltNEVS ltCOi;..SKM.OKS AT LAW AND SOLICITOUS IN CHANCERY. D. A. SMALLEY. E. J. THELrS. JLf&S OIlIJIXAItV AND FANCY Executed nt the rrccl'rc.sOHicc WITH CAKE AND TUNCTUALITY. c. w. unisw, CitAm and Cabinet, ,Tvo Doom South Comity Home, UtlCRCIt OT. StMtHtf&TOV, VT. All kinds of work inlJj:abovc line made to order on -4flTsliortest notice. SHERWOOD & CO.'S "AUCTION AXI COMMISSION STORE, West sidb QVAnn. Constantly on hand Cnhinet Furniture, Chairs, Look ing Glasses, &,c. JOHN BRADLEY Si. CO., WHOLESALE DFALERS IN English and Amcricnn Bar, Holt, Hod, Slit, Hoop and BAND IRON, Pig Iron,Coal, Sheet Iron, Tin, Holt and Sheet Copper NAILS, GLASS, l'l.ASTER, Wet and Dry Groceries, Flour, Palt, Burr Mill Stones, lloltiim Cloth, Sheetum. STORAGE AND FORWARDING Custom-house Agents and Commission Merchants, John Bradley. 1 Solh Whnrr, NATH I. A. T UCKER, i ' Tiio's. II. Canfield. ) IJURMNT.TOX. Burlington iacc press. Published at Burlington, Vt II y D. W. C. CLARKE, Editor and Proprietor. Tertntt To Village subscribera who receive the paper by the carrier, S-r' If paid in advance, 2,00 Mall subscribers and those who take it at the Office 2,00 It paid in advance, . 'en Advertisements inserted onthe customary terms. PRESERVING MEAT FRESH. It may be of some benefit to a portion of your patrons to know how a few citizens in this sec tion have managed, this warm changeable w in ter, to preservo their beef, pork, poultry, and other fresh, meat, for some time in good condi tion. One successful method has been practised by placing one cask within another, packing straw between the two, on the bottom and around the sides. The meat was frozen, and packed in straw within the inner cask, secured well at the top from air during the warm weather. Col. Smith, of Uristol, slaughtered a largo number of fat wethers, which ho designed to market in the carras ; but the warm spell of weather in the month ot iNovemuer, which was regain their natural clement by crawling to the edge of tho precipice, when new vigor seems to Inspire them, and they at once soar away with their usual velocity. Scientific American, THE REWARD. iiy j. a. w hither. Who looking backward from his manhood's prime, cccs noi me spectre 01 Ins misncnt time ; And, through the shade Of funeral cypress, planted thick behind, Hears no rcpronchlul whincr on the wind rrom his loved dead I Who bears no trace of Passion's evil force I Who shuns thy sting, O terrible Remorse I Who would not cast Half of his Future from him, but to win Wakeless oblivion for the wrong and sin Of the sealed past 1 Alas! the evil, which we fain would shun, We do, nnd leave the wished-for good undone J Our strength to-day Is but to-morrow's weakniss, prone to fall ; Poor, blind, unprofitable servants till. Arc wc always. Yet who, thus looking backward o'er his years, Feels not his eyelids wet with grateful tears, If he hath been Permitted, weak and sinful as he was, To cheer anil aid, in some ennobling cause, Hislellow-menl If be hath hidden the outcast or let in A ray of shunshinc to the cell of sin ; It he bath lent Strength to the weak, and, in an hour of need, Over Hie Buffering, mindless of his creed Orliue.hathbent: so uesirucuvo lo ircii nicai in mis region, i, , i ,.; . ,i i,:i i, ;, caused him to boil them for their tallow only. Thc priacto Hitnin whom he moves nnd lives, The next cold turn, lie drosscd off about 300 of I With thankful heart nnnttri' qiiiMoii rlifitifrn snnn nflnr wnq thrnnt. ' He pnzes backward, and with hone before. cuing them ith a sweat ; hut ha ing at hand , Knowing that from his work he never more nn n liiirwin nrn nf Irosh slmon a noil a tin rnnnl ti. I AMOS C. SPEAR, Jlnntlii'i'itrv mill lli'iiiririNl. DEALER IX P.VTKXT AND Tho.MPSOXI.1N Vd, bv way of experiment, to try their virtue) Medicines, Chemicals, Surgical and Dental In-, upon Ins fowls, and accordingly spread a layer II .Will, ( una, ..iriuts, hl-.., UllllII IIUIM U III U UU' mill, twin Biiiumii Druggist's Glass Ware, Bruhe, ,(, poultry upon them, covered them well over ' ttmments, Mineral Miuprnl Waters. L Perfumery, Soaps, Dyc-StufT,Caniphenc, Inks, Black tugs, &c. .c. Church street, Burlington, Vt J. MITCHELL, l MERC Jl A AT TAILOR, AND Gencrnl Itcndy-Mndc Clothing Store. Church Street, Burlington, Vt. It I'llf.lXd TOX A 11 IlIGI'L TOR A L WarclioiiNc ami Need Store, II V J. S. l'EIRCE, Constantly on hand a large assort ment of Farming Utenvils, Garden Implements, Field, Garden and "o, dealer ix stoves, STOVE rifE, TRIMMINGS AND HOLLOW-WARE. COLLLV.E STREET. j7OTnERKIi, -W. llUltl.INGTON, VT. CONSUMPTION. ASTHMA, AND LIVER COMPLAINT, CAN II E C V It E l. "m. G. RATHBUN fit CO. .V E R C 11 A X T T A ILO R S , No. 2 Peck's nine!;. M. G. RtTHBUN & Co. keep constantly on hand an extensive ami lull assortment oi noma lor every oo Qantoomc. with the same in so nice a manner as to keep out the warm air through several severe thaws, before he was blessed with snow cnouirli to sleigh them into a northern market, where they j It is quite possible for n man or wornnn In due time arrived in good condition. Had he either, to lie too liandsoino. Wo do not known previous this method of saving his meat pretond that tin's is an original remark, fresh, it would have told him dollars, by thus ; ,g from our own sapient brain, be keeping his fat mutton. fa. W. Jewetp. , ' conscicl,cc rorccs 1IS to nnL.nm,.i Tlin llri-t imlirntinn nf bnnf-ail. is n snrpnnss Seseription of Clothing ; and are prepared at all tunes nm, ameness j,, whichever foot is attacked. If! liumblo life,' will be found therein : there. nuS'CTS" " ll'el"'eof0emlemc"stur-no remedy is applied, tho disease progresses I fore, gentle reader, it is useless to seek it m. a. EATnnu.v. c. r. WARD. 12 .V I' . DEALFRS IN CulisL, rrcncli, Gf.rin.m iini! West India tioniN unit iroccric, Corner of Church and CoUege-Stt. Imcrleiiu And, after this exordium, wo will begin Philip Huntlicotu lived in n country town, where lie was thn hnni ;mr "-iee, ranidiv there is more or less swelling itnmo dialely abovo the hoof and about the paFtern joint, accompanied freqnetjtly by great heat and Ingli iiitlaintnation. inoiiiofi soon rewram , ..i..- n vr....:..-,... (.,!.,;.. from the skin on tho in.ide, between the claws, " and in aggravated cases the hoof sometimes every young lady, from fifteen to fifty ; cleaves olV. The disease appears to occasion . nnd, to tell tho truth, l'liilip wus indeed very nltlll IVfTAV AflTtlrT I Uieanimai grcai pillll Uliuunu Hi wiiuiu wuuirt. nmm.-uuit. u unm iiiiiiiuuii u. UUllLjlMxiUA illAUIVl'ji, Tim first thinti to be done towards cure, should soriliinrr ontpfrorienllv his eves. nose, nnd BY W. O. H ARniNOTUW. .ija to cleanse the foot thoroughly by washing in mouth, because benutv is entirely a nerson- AXD VUGi:TAHl,l.S, elrc,g soap-stids, or a ley pt wood n ios. r.x- , ... . i, js sci(om tilat two neonle a- meats, risir. oi every variety, I.ard, Tallow, Candlv.", &c. At the Corner of Church a nd College Sheets. 7 U. IIATC HEADER'S n BOOT A X D S II () E S T O R E , fit Churcli-Ntrert. New York, Boston, nnd Farwell's .j:. nml Gentlemen's Hoots ami Shoes, . " ' . . I- r .1. -1 1 ir 1 ammo me niMue oi u.cci.i .. u.-.u . tho subicct nn.. nnmvimnen nf nent-un matter, naro awav Srco"" ino sudjcci. "V -!-....,,.., A. ...It. tnc Hoot so as to pe a solution of blue i mires him ; lie is very liandsomo, nnd is tho lifo of nil society wherever ho goes.' ' That is the very reason ho did not please mc, dear mamma,' answered Mnrgnrot. 'I should not wish my husband to bo so fnsci tinting ; I want more than mero outside qunlitics; nnd I should he inclined to dis trust a man who was so very brilliant ; ho would never do for home. Don't you re member Ucatrico, in '.Much Ado About Nothing,' when Don Pedro nsks if sho will hnvo him for licrliusband 1 'No,' sho says; ' I should want another o' week days; your grace is too costly for every day wear.' And,' continued .Miss Lester, laughing cheerfully, ' 1 think it is much the snmo with mys'elf and young Honthcotc lie is, in truth, too handsome for mo !' Perhaps Margilrct's feelings were natur al. Kvcry true hearted woman likes to feel proud of her lover or rather to have ono that she can rightly b:ii justly feel proud of; thoro is no .sonsation Tuoro delicious or more unsclfiNli than this, ilut wo doubt very much if a woman, sincere, Minplc.hcarfed nnd good as wo wish to paint our Margaret, would feel lovo for a Philip Hcathcote, the idol of a ball-room, tho admired nnd admir er of nil the vain and frivolous. That Phil ip had deeper qualities than these, was ns yet unknown such was his apparent char nctcr ; and Margaret was right when she said that ho was too liandsomo nnd too fas cinating for her. Mrs. Lester nnd her daughter sat one morning at their work, w hen there was an nounced that bore of bores, a morning visi tor ; and ono never particularly welcome at any time the ncws.retailcr of thc place, a sort of feminine Paul Pry. Country so ciety, alas ! has not the blessing of London visiting no dropping the acquaintance of these human barnacles. There was a sus. picious twinkling in Mrs. Doddridge's little black eyes, which showed she was brim ming over with news ; and out the infor nation came, at tho earliest opportunity. ' Have you hoard of the firo ?' ' What fire V asked tho ever-sympathizing Mrs. Lester. ' What, not about the fire at Farmer Western's, nnd young .Mr. Ileathcotc, and his accident ' cried the delighted gossip, glancing meaningly at Miss Lester. ' I nm sorry for it,' said Margaret, quiet ly, m lint lias happened to Inm f ' I thought you must have known but no : I lorgot. 1 ell. ho is not ninto killed. almost. Itoth tho ladies started; nnd to their in quiries Mrs. Doddridge answered with a long story, the substance of which, sepnra cause our conscience forces us to acknowl- 1Innr , nn i-niti iv Ttir"i-noT" edge the working. Nevertheless, it is an HOOI -AIL, OR 1-OUL IN THE I 001 . ( obscrvaoll w)lich fow malC) j fewor sti This is a disease which affects the feet of will confess to bo true. Therefore, wo in cattle in a similar manner to what tho feet of tend to enter thc lists in behnlf of ulincss. sheep are allectcd by tho "foot-rot." Some ,,;s (cclnratj0I1 it will doubtless be have supposed that the diseases are in fact iden- c0ncluilcd that wo arc some old bachelor, tical; hut attempts havo been made to innocu- , . . . . . ,' Lite cattle with tlie virus from sheep having the "S'y enough to frighten the crows,' ns foot-rot, which failed ; and this has led to tho country children say ; but, decidedly, such conclusion that the two diseases are confined to is not the case. the species of animal in whirh they appear. Having thus given out our thesis, it is Hoof-ail, like foot-rot, though it may originate our intention to illustrate it by a talc an sr-intaneously, or from accident, is, when once,. ovcr trn tale as tho nnuas woul(i induced, believed to be contagious, and, jto moreo wc jud,,c it best nt when an animal is discovered to ho adected, it . ; ,' , . . .-' . " , , should be kept by itself till tho danger of com-, onuo knowledge that it is n love-tnlo municatinc the disease is passed. nothing hut n rnmmon.plnoc love-tnlo ; nu uuuui mi uiiuuiHiiiu, nu iieroism ill countrv all si place, horse mice, in Hallii was hor. Honthcotc, with a sudden nnd gencr oils impulse, rushed into tho burning mass, and they never thought to sec him return, until ho staggered forward with his burden dead in his nrms, nnd fell insensible on the ground. When he returned to conscious- liach ono has his or , nnss. ho wns found to bo fearftillv burnt. to permit ti free discharge. Apply llcr illcil1 ? perfection, and judges others to . one foot entirely crushed by a falling beam, duo vitrol wherever thc'ilUo-asc is a certain extent as they approach to, or di-, The voting, cav, handsome Philip, who had manifested, and this wash mav bo repeated with verge from, this image, formed in each danced so merrilv a few hours before, and advantage once or twice a d.iy, till the disease mind. Ugliness becomes beauty, and beau-' charmed all, as was his wont, was taken is cviucnuy suuuueci. j . meusei m i " tv ugliness, according to one's own lanev. . homo bv the gray morning twilight, Uis- ligurcd for life ! Margaret Lester's kind heart overflowed kindly tact, as if nothing had happened, so thnt Philip's dread and embarrassment wore off imperceptibly. Onco only, when ho was engaged talking to Mrs. Lester, ho caught Margaret's eyes fixed upon his face with deep expression. Ho thought, though ho was not sure, that those sweet blue orbs wcro moist with tears ; and the young man would have parted almost with lifo itself lor ono tear ol nllectionntc pity from Mar garct Lester. Ho stayed a long time, and then went home, certainly happier than ho had often been in tho days of his bloom and gaiety. What .Margaret thought of her old lover could not be known ; site said very little ; but that night she heard tho old church clock strike one before her eyes fairly closed in slumber. Philip Hcathcoto's reappearance in so ciety caused the usual nine days' wonder and excitement, and then nil subsided. IIu was an altered mnn ; his abundant How of spirits was no more : ho could no lontrcr join the dance in which lie had shown so brilliantly aforetime ; ho was often silent in company, and the belles, who had so often gazed delightfully on his handsome face, now passed him by with a slight re cognition, or an audible, ' Poor fellow, how Dlnrrlngc of Vitlcnn nntl Venus. At il nnhlir. meetinrr held In Shcflielil, llngland, on tho occasion of laying the corner stone of a new building for tho Hlicllicm Atncnajum ami Mechanics' Iiititutlorfj lord Murpcllf made an admirable speech, in tho course of which ho mado allusion to tho fabulous story of Vulcan and Venus, in tho foltowlns happT manner : " Those of yott who have tho opportunity of consulting the old legends and classical mythol ogy, are aware that among itio i.incicu nuuie with which they peopled their world) ond more especially was regarded ns tho god of labor and of handicraft, Vulcan by name, who was always represented as employed in huge smithies and workshops, hammering at heavy anvils, blowing hugo helows, heating furnaces, and bcgriinmeu with soot and dirt. Well, ladies and gentlemen, for this hard-working and swarthy looking di vinity they wished to pick out a wife, (loud laughter.) And they did not select for him a mero drab a person taken from tho scullery or kitchen dresser, but they choc for him Venus, the goddess of lovo and beauty. "Now, ladies and gentlemen, pick out for mo tho moral of this tale, for I believe that nothing ever was invented certainly nothing by the polished and brilliant imagination of the Grecian inlnlln.t .clil.ll Ilia hM !la mnflllinff tltll! lid IlllVltlil.l- 1111.1. Itt.T II. Illb'.lllii .... moral. I havo no doubt that all tho legends of our country that the one even of your own neighborhood, tho Dragon of Wantly, itself, has some appropriate allegory and meaning, if we liandsomo lie ica.i onco ! ' Philip had grown I ny, llow '? 1 ',cm '"'. 1llt, V'.Jl tint ..till nn"l.c.8i:l;t"u wiser through suffering; but still no ono is ever quite insensible to the loss of per sonal attractions; and tho ' has he en ' gra ted harshly on young Heathcotu's feelings for a long time. He gradually withdrew from society, in n great measure, pleading as ins reason the ill-healtli wlucli he reallv I should have nothing to drink if I did,' replied the husband. Tho dispute was beginning to get warm ; Gabricllu whispered to her futher, 'I give my mother Imlfof wlint I earn, father, to buy clothes for my brothers and sisters ; I will give you tho other half for drink.' Thank you, my child,' said the futher, who accordingly, took the money from hi daughter nnd went out. But this man, who could drink without any scruple the fruit of his own labor, felt a kind of remorse in expending at tho tavern tho money which had been earned by his daughter ; nnd when lie drew from his pock ct the hard-earned pieces which tho slight, delicate hand ol his daughter had placed in his, the sound of them, ns they jingled on the counter, went to his very heart, nnd that evening, for a wonder, ho returned homo sober. How much may bo accomplished by kind looks nnd words, when all reiiKn strnnees fail ! A trifling act of kindness, with a look of nfTection, had smote the feel ings of the hitherto reckless father. The following evening, after having, in a similar manner, received tho halfof Gubri elle's earnings, thc mason went out ; but ho had hardly taken a few steps, when he camo back. 'Gabrielle,' said he, 'come nnd wo will take n walk to tho country.' Gabrielle started up with alacrity. 'You are not going to the tuvcrn, father V said she to him. meaning of the marriage of Vulcan with Venus of the hard-working artificer with this laughter-loving queen of labor with beau tv J " What is it. ladies and ccntlomcn, but this: That even in a buy hive of industry and toil i ls ;t with young girl like you 1 Do like this even here, upon a spot which is in ,.,, ,i.:t. ... i. ..?., m .l . . ..: r.t e. ' i' iiniiiv nn. t. mini, i nam me man. B3yJSS5SS; S CSS'hSS; -tl best teacher of did still labor under ; and at last his 7tl Z wlt is becoming. U'Orn fl mncl niilirnli- In Aire I .nc 1 - - ' . , . fl..l.H;nlt I. ....... were almost entirely confined to Mrs. Les ter's, where he met no altered looks or trusive condolence. And now wo must turn to Margaret. She too was changed ; not outwardly, but 111 her own heart. I.ovp. nm nr tho biiiso which arc oc; of pity, had stole there unawares. Shc'st gonial, and lovely m creation had been perfectly indifferent to Philip in isjo' gentlemen, I say, your labor, your down his days ol triumph; but when sho saw ,:l, i,rii ,.,,,,1,1. labor, mav make itself the eJi" j sputtering of forges even here, amid stunning 1 Gabrielle knew how to read, nnd during "-1 sounds and sooty blackness, the mind the un- their walk she related to her father a num. trammelled mind may go forth, may pierce the . ber of little stones, which amused him, and dim atmosphere which is poisted around us mnj0 ,i, foret tho tavern. Tho next may wing its way to the freer air and purer ight 1 ...nnU ,i. , rm!lv ),,! n.i, ... . . 1. j 1 :i 1 -il.. r ..n " J ".j .".ui-iiiukiiiucui, u u, aim limy hiiv imvii miui nu . , c .1 t ' . . 4 . nml thn ll'onlr fillnr 1m,n llm ,,m,n .. ....... , ..v.,. uiiuvu winn ings of the father and daughter, the chil dren wcro able to be sent to school : in short, at the end of n month, the nsnort nf 1.:.,. 1 ct.i .1 ...:.t ' . , . . , .1 1 1 i-i ., , ,,. r. , . . . .. 1 . nun inm-, lueuic, uiuugiiuui, iviuiuui a sin- companion, ana iicip-mate, ami mo iiuDanu 01 mc uweiiing, torineriy the nbodo ol miserv, gle gay jest or sportive compliment to scat- beauty. I dare say, and have reason to believe, tears, nnd quarrels, was quite altered" ter round ; treated with neglect, or else from the inspection which I am able even now , ,0 comp.mjons 0p ,,e niason m;ss;n un ; had wrong in my illustrations. Butabovo this beau- 'lone, ty, 1 say your labor may ally itself with Intel-' 'So good a daughter ought to make a lectual beauty thc beauty connected with the good wife,' cried a rich miller who had play or fancy, with thc achievements of art, and been listening to him. ' i hnvo nn only son, with thocreationof genius beauty suchaspaint an, rjs)t lnj wolll() bo jf you ,voud jve ingfixesiipontheglowingcanvass-suchas tho , , , - gentleness, and scu ptor embodies in tho breathi ngmarble such , , . . b , ! as a?cl,Uectire devclopea in hor stately and bar- motlesty, nrc bettor in thc poor man's house monious proportions, and as music clothes with than riches. And immediately, without tho enchantments of sound. Ilut there is a beau- oven inquiring whether Gabrielle were ugly ty of a still higher order, with which I feel more or pretty, he demanded her in marriage for 7 o ' , ' ,vi 11. . "". i"i- uiiiinuuuiia ui inn 1111ISUII, 11113' wounded bv rude pitv, Margaret's woman's command, nnd I have no doubt a more uiti- , . f , , , , , . . , Im-irt nnvn iinv vjl, dr.. m-innntt.,- I mate ncqua ntanco with your wives, sisters and " , ", ., "LM ""b " cart gave wav bho lirs felt I. pathy , glterUo..ldcnablomotoprovethatIwasii't, ''"I '' tolJ them what his daughter then interest, and so went through the reg. . ' ,,,,,,.. it'u,ab.jvo this beau- done. then interest, and so went through the reg ular gradations, until sho loved Philip Ileathcotc with her whole soul. He, fool ish man, humbled nnd self-distrusting as he was, never saw this; yet ho nourished his allection for Margaret in his heart's core, never dreaming that it could ever bo re turned. ' If sho did not care for mo in tho old ting truth from fiction, wn will toll in nnr days,' ho often thought, 'surely it is hope own words. Philip, comiii" home from a 'css 10 imagine sho could lovo mo now a assured it is still open to it to unite itself. I his son. ball, hud seen thnt most fearful of Pr s'ck, lmnc, ugly fellow like me.' Anil , mean with moral beauty beau v connected with Gabrielle is now the wife of a rich miller. ghts, esnccia lv in a lonelv countrv i "o would look at hlinscll with disgust ; and '? anecuoi , u.B " i"", "- ...u i.. . SIQ js t,0 m0t icr of children, nnd a Mm. , a U.. Hie. lio spurred liis.turn away from the mirror with a hitter Y"-0;'-'; li.-it in tli l.tisii-oft and blick. '"S t0 hcr '"band's familv, as she ha.i to the spot, and reached it vuth assist, sigh. Ah ! Philin ncatheotc. with all his1 . 'l'"05 ..'r 1 ,l!l,V.,c..bU8,c.9La". .bJaJL boon to bnr nwn. Tl,nn fin, wl,;h I....I , but ton Into. Thc house was wranDed talent ..anil brilliiuu-.v.. MiU.V.tipw 'tt-a "fntbr. i' i. .i;. r,,Vnivn'iiirifin.r-bvl ness and sense beyond her ace, are nolong- r.'. l'.r ;tJrI 'IV,? lteki-J of a man' who broke tho plighted the smallest of your firciidcs-you may, one and cr strangers to smiles; and the rosy huo v. nf vnn. hi i in zea ous and ciieeriui ins- nr M i ntmin tintres tno c icon w men linu 's jioui. nun .iii , , . ,,. , ,niini in ichvern t in p :iu's. ,,,, 1 , . .... ..t... c

, ".:,! ,i fivlo cuftstantlvnn band. !"" , --- - - , A cr0 ls n0 itiamour so compieio us nun oi of every description ami ' p''f,;.c'' ' ,,.. ia8 been found useful 111 healing the foot after , , b , , ' , . ., t-yo, ' I - , , i I I . (I IU1 HIZ Z illVlt-IUIL) It-. V. l-1 1 lit 11 Ulll. Arflri? lit uvui hwii" "j t -i - ... r ,-- .i i : i.nirtinn i.n.i - i "iHeD.Kern-earlloicurd; itoaiw, ,,,o iw i . ' iiicturo our young hero ns resembling hor I IUFRY ST AB LE.-2 i(lhe iii'nctinn of thehoof with The skin,) whero ! own, and she will like Philip Ileathcotc all LI I L II I w I "-' I V . ,..ij , InHnmmatinn. 'I'lin tlin lintlnr. I IIIUIU ta lliuuii " - e V3 ULACKS.1IITII SHOP, By S. S. SKINNER, ALSO Saddle, Harness nml Trunk Mnimructiircr. East side Court-house Sunie. 2- LIVERY STABLE, nv ELLIS AND CHURCH, College Stmt. animal should be kept in a dry place ; a com fortable stall or 6lied is tho best situation. Alb. Ciifd'iaor. Lands ox Tim Canada I.inx. l.x-Oovcmor J. & Coal, Tar, Bolting c o. Philip was one of those fortunate persons who seem born with talents for every thing. His conversation was winning enough to ' wilo a bird olf a hush ;' ho wns ' a man J.ANLIS 1111. 1il.iAIM . . . . . 0. , I -. 1 Hill, of New Hampshire, speaking of a trip he of mlinito humor,' ns fehakspearc has it, ond made along the Canada line, between Lower possessed thatcvcr-wclcomo quality of mak Canada and Vermont and Xcw Hampshire, thus i ing tho dullest party merry when ho enter expresses himself: "I was surprised at the edit. Then ho was the "best dancer, tho extent and value of this whole country for farm ing purposes. I believe the belt of country for 1(H) miles south of -15th degree, nnd eastward of Lake Champlaiii, ovcr crinmit and New best singer, tho best flute-player, for miles around ; wrote poetry, composed songs, drew likenesses; in snort, Philip was a pattern of perfection. His praise rang thro' tho country round ; none were insensible J. H. PECK &. Mntr,nr iii'iT-IHSIN nirvTV ilil.S. (II. ASS. XAILS, Brad., Foreign n na " " i Hampshire, through the whole extent of Maine . -.).- pi,, ,,, r.irmdish To- in flu. Il.ii- nf r iinilv nml the sea. to lio the most . lacco, 'va liable tract of land in !ov liimland. i lie to it, save one, me very itisi no would nave FLOUR, nml rorelgii nml llcMcrii t,.i.i. i:lmix townships, of ten miles square, farther wished to bo so a voting girl, named Mar Agents for t ie sale- ot I- mjmm s e.,,es. . , d j Slanstt,:l, ,n;,'v bo taken as SmlUl-s Uarrailll-oiunv., ""' ' ""a .. . 'Tl, l-.t I said to bo Derby, lying by the side of it. The Snitch rinnir, Smoking Chewing Tobacco. Jons Peck, f If Hr.V Cas'sics'P. Peck, ) O" Ihe Siuan.Collegrjt "V. F. STANirOKO &,o. DEVI.CRS IN TANCV AND ST.M'LF. ssr-l cAitPirriNO. m:.sii Uilll Cnnn .Miittiu-.', ItusiN, f'oor Oil Cloth, WinJme Shades, I'njvr Hang inns. Ltinling (ilasscs,of all sizes. Flowlns'illin', T.ishl Hlue ami White Crnnite W AUI5 al), China and Glass are. Gkoceries, Furs, IIuh alo Robes, &c. Church Street Mroiif?, Poolilllc &. Co. DLAL1.HS IN HEAVY AND SHELF Cutlery, baddlery, Me fH A R D WARCJ clianic'sToiils.liouv I in tfrt " """ iliings, Nnils.r.lnss, Win- dow Sash. Iron, Steel. Tin Plale. '"'J"."' rAISTS.OU., FLOUn.SAI.T.. JJ.ASJLh, t:riiil Stones, llry tlroc. ries. c. General Agents and Coinmission .Merchant-, i. TiioMrso.N, i;nfiSideCourtlIouscSquare, h.'h.,dSoTo''l0t't'le. i Church and College-strs. ci:oiMsf:"iM:TJ.nso.v, dealer in IScPRf DRY GOODS, Ci ocAery, Tlour, Salt. Piaster, Window Sash, Glass, ItEAllV iMAIIK t I.OTIHNli. Togeiher with a large variety of other articles. FIRST DOOR NORTH OF THE COURT HQt'SL. With that peculiar contradiction which said to no ueroy, lying ny me siue oi u. ' c i , . . vouii" Hentheote's heart 1 J 0""" 'n,ul' ,or n "ma " " cattle, and all the productions of these two j"0, with unmingled pity nt hearing this melan choly story of her ibrincr lover. And then his noble nnd generous deed ! She could not have believed him capable of such. Her tender conscience smote hcr for bav in:.' mi.siud''cd him. nnd many slight in stances of 'his kindly feeling roso to her mind, which showed" ho must have had a liidier and better character beneath the one in which ho publicly appeared. There is nothing so sweet or so all-extenuating as the compassion ot a geniie-ncaricu woman, though exercised towards a rejected, or even a faithless lover, Many months did Philip lay on his lonely and desolate sick bed, for he had no mother or sister to watch ovcr Inm. home lew among those who had been so charmed with him sent to inquire niter tno poor vouti'' man. or a i ic time, jiui tnu m . S. AtlkiiiK, BOOK JIIXDER, PAPER RVLER, AXD BLANK ROOK MAKER, lathe Free Pi ess pmldingjCollege Street. towns are on a larger scale than we find down south." Mr. Ocorge Olmstcad, of Kat Hartford, has gicatly improved a piece of sandy land, which formerly produced very scanty crup, by mixing with it earth of a clavey nature. He is confi dent it has well paid linn for the expense. UxDF.K-DiiAiMNfi. It. F. Jewell, near Utica, lays two scantlings in tho bottom of his ditrhe-", 5 or 0 inches apart, and covers them wilh a slab In qnlcki-md, a slab i-lioulj nlso be laid on the bottom. Tho ditch is then filled with earth. Ij'se of Railkouii to I ai'.meiis. Ihreo thousand six hundred gallons of milk, daily average, wero taken over tlio l itcliliurg raiiroau to tho llotton market, tho past season. In con sequence ol tho increase ol tun business, a spe cial milk train is to ho run cery night, alter tho commencement of tho coming season, Piiices of Farms. Tho Village Record, pub lished at West Chester, Pa., gives a statement of the sale uf 13 farms in that vicinity, by which it appears that the prices varied Irom yjd to is per acre, and that tho average price for tho whole was about 58 per acre. Pkeservixb Hams. A canvass cover for each ham, well whitewashed, is an infallible protection of hams against flies. They may alto lie well kept in dry sawdust. ..:..... ,,.:ri .1,., ...:. r away unii mug HAGAlt & ARTHUR, Dealers in HnrdWre Drngs, Paints, Oils, Dyc.Stufls, corner of cnrncii and coi.leoe stf.ffts. fggf!M UAljVl.l Ji. nun jiHiJ.i, cm r.OOKSEUXK H STATIOXP.ll, Constantly for sale a S-n"al assortment ol and tRFffzaxkMvs' nToKs. The CKUV uam-s 8. So I, Pecks' IlutlUiug, College.!. before the invalid was nblo .. ' i . .i.i i ..i.... r ii, i,i l.lmsnli: Oiiint.unassinninn-. not beautiful. lo cnl" ' lo mo close ...q .....1.. u... ..... ...!.' ...!.i. ?' i:.i .' iiianor-house where ho lived, all Had lorsa oiuy ....ureM.i.K, iwu iiuiiiu e iS, fc, , , w, save a sweet voice, which could warble for- 1 " Jf. ' n, nf ',,,. nvnr. Mimrnrct Lcslcr had vet stolen awav (tti IIIU IJIU I) lllUII in Li .7IIUH mi-iitiitiii;- fell upon the 'chargo of the daily duty, in the respects for the ' ;. . .,n,i just rights, and in consideration for tho feelings larricu , nnu ICMin a meekness nnd sobriety of spirit, InZ SPY IllStllV . . .. . . I l !i? I !.!,I-Jrta f IHJ,itHlN;"'NN;S"t J( IHIIIII; 4lil i'HM ..n,.. j t... ii it -111 un. ...w.-. - , , nl,.,t l.n u.H-ni.In.rlv Ifn .ar.'o ti-.tliim 1mm iiMOVV. ami IS HlO most IdlUl- LUlll.llllll'U IU IIUI LI IIUUHI ltN.1 "IIU fV' 1111111" iikv --, saw there was at least no other lover in the way, 1 ful reflection of the will of his creator, (applause;; and that was one comfort. It was months be-, nnd thus I closo my explanation of the marriage fore his eves were opened to his error; and how of Vulcan with cnus, ot lauor wnn ueaui) . that clearness of vision was cflVctcd history say- 1 ctli not. Very few lovers can tell tho precise moment when the blessed truth rushed upon their hearts, flooding tlicin with delirious joy. To what hope to what a now and blissful ex istence, did l'liilip awake wiicn no Knew mat Margaret loved him! He counted all lie nan lo-t as nothing in comparison to the prize which his sufferings had won for him. Much he won- lered at thn chani'P. not knowiiiir that It was duo to his altered character; for men look at the outward form, while women judge of the heart. Hut wonder and doubt wero ali-ortieu in intense happiness, for Margaret, the timid, re tirinir. but Invlnc .Marf.iret. was all his own. Once more the town's talk was of l'liilip j Ileathcotc and Margaret l.eter. They were seen walking together; ono had met them in tin. Holds, another, coniitui homo from church ; Mr. lleathrotn was d.iilv nt the house; surely they must bo engaged ! and this onco tho gos sips were right they were, indeed, alli.inced lovers ; and in due time the old village Church liMiold them made luti-baild and wile. A lew l ours n.issed. and the old ruanor-IiousC rang with childish voices through all its desolate nooks ; and Marirnret and her husband might be seen oftentimes slowly pacing the dark alleys of the garden with a merry troop around them. Hand in band I'hilin and Manraret were uliding down life's river, nor feared the coming of middle age. nben each vear broiiL'ht new happiness. Had faded under early hardship and over-toil. Gabrielle is still living. The Wife. How is it that neighbor B succeeds so well Ho had nothing when ( . . ilil limit iwi wnii-, iivii " ,, , dashing Philip could bestow; and, won-""l:! 11 msl u,u ".'.': T their eldest son, .mrgarci sain, v, .... dcrfulto tell, was quite insensible to her Kraiiuue, or son. e..i, .; moth or s pr.uo ana ".uiness- ii ..... :.. ...:.t. leu nun iiiuuer uiu mm u nu iuh else that was certain ; nntl that tho sweet gentle Murgaiet was heartless oh ! that was tjuito impossible, too ; but sho did not nnrn r.,.l,t r. in t in Km nnvni llOL DCi.r .111.1 ..IS 111 IIIUI 1 1 Ifl l'i" diiuii i . m.M,t asketl for his poclry ; seldom sang with him ; ' seo how fearfully changed he was. 1 lis Margaret arose, clasped her arms around her nil in nil nnu niiissiu i lit. il tin ..uiu mhiii 1 1 11 n nn., " v - . troth of years, because n heavy affliction- it was deprivation ol hearing tell up lovely girl ho wus to havo married wo have nlso heard others of his sex justity nnJ jn t)0 tlous,nd charities and kindnesses of mm in so doing, nucli lovo is not iikc snrial and domestic intercourse even tnus you woman s ; she would only Have clung tno ntta n to, and exhibit tlie moral iieauty IO -- . closer to her betrothed in his affliction. which I have spoken-beauty beyond all others j no siarteti in mc anu now no is ncn. . nu Philip, in spite of his conviction of the entire,,,, degree and excellence, because in proportion w uio .seu.e o. ...s success , pelcs-ness of winning Margaret's heart, still as it can be reached it makes up the perfection of c 11 toll you. He has got n prudent and industrious wile. What .Mr, il car ries into the house is taken care of, and not tin article to the value of a farthing is was ted. The children's clothing are usually made from that which is partly worn and tlie work done by the industrious wile and mother. (.So into her house when you please and you find hcr busy. Unliko many we know, she never wastes hcr time attending balls and parties of pleasure, which are of no use or profit. This is the secret of neighbor II 's success a good wife. Young men who are looking for companions should bo particular in their choice, if they wish to succeed in life. Some persons are carried awny with a fine voice, a pretty ball-room dancer, and a la zy flirt, without inquiring into her domes tic qualities. This is the reason why so many young men succeed no bettor and become bankrupt. Their household ex penses are more than their income. A lazy, fashionable, wifo is the poorest kind of property. What can she do to benefit hor husband f Sho will not bake his bread, nicnil his stockings, or wash his clothes. A girl must be employed in the kitchen at considerable expense ; nothing is taken caro of, while every thing runs to wasto. Remember this, und when you look out for a wife, choose one that can wash and knit, as well us sing nml dance. Ilut by nil means, beware of tho female, who has only given her attention to the latter acconi- plishmeiits. I nless your purso has n.i bottom she will ruin you. Port. Tribune. .iscnt him a book now and men out oi ennr: - ,...., ,r .heirvouth? Among these was Mrs. Lester; and , ' for ()nchtfU ben thevsat watching the . tiinn'nrmi I - ... . ...i.i. homo. "" No ono hail scon him sinco his accident, excepting his medical attendant. Philip j of bitterness, could not bear that his former friends should ...... , ' Is not our boy handsome, Philip 1 ho will i-row up almost as haiuUomo as ' " , his fjilinr onco used to be.' interrupted .Mr. Hcathcote, with n smile, not quite devoid lie was still not periccttiio vain a ii o x i: . 'Twas midnight, and he sat alone The husband of the dead : Tint day the dark dust had been thrown Upon her buried bend. Her orphaned children round lum slept, Hut in their sleep iiould moan: Then Ml ilw lire, 'ear he bad wept He felt he was alone. The world was full of life nnd light, Hut, ah ! no more for him ! His little world once wnrm nnd bright Il now wasculd nud dim. Where w as her sw eet and kindly face I Where was ber cordial tone t He gazed around his dwelling-place, And felt he was alone. He looked into his cold, wild heart, All sad and unreigned : He asked how he had done his part To one so true, so kind 1 IJ.ieh error pal he tried to track In tonure would ntone Would gue his life to bring hers back In vain he was alone. He 'lept al last : but when he drcn.ned tlVrclianee her spirit woke), A solt lilit o'er her pillow glcaintd, A voice m niuMC spoke " l'orgot forgiven nit neglect Thy love recalled alone j The b ibes I leave j oh, love, protect ! 1 still am all thine own." Tin: apimiisxtick mm.. yr.oM the rnENru or ecgesie foa. one i ncrs , :.i. !...-..... ...;r.. ii. e. .i. ....... i..r. .. .. i .im.i ei . .nnnit.iii eves win. .niu.isu uim i.uv . .i.i ......i. ...i.i.n... ,.i. ........... rnr-iiirn vii n. n:r mi iiui-ii nuiun lull mi in-, nt.n en - -j - - ; nuimi iiiiiuui , milium untniiiiiiii iui- . .w-0.... , i - . uowlcdgo Ins personal and mental 'ncu ; nun ins nueij ...uumiu .Ku.i. . . .M -( - ---- , , und praise him with the greatest i elastic gait wcro changed into an inciirauio ,,,,;,; ,!, u ' Nn I. a, innnt i. i.m. niniit., .a.llOllPSS. II W ilS U llillllll BlHiUll . nui.ii.i- r.i:..l. was perfectly happy to waltz with any ono clso or, nek qualities. unconcern theso two moved through the circles of coun try gaiety; meeting constantly, and furnish ing for soino time a grand subject for spec illation. In worldly matters, lioth wero equal ; nehher very rich nor poor well matched, as tho gossips said. Hut it was all useless ; ond Philip at last, mortified with tho calm indiflorenco which his homage won from tho Whitewash ron Fences. One otinco white vitrei, (sulphate ol z nc.j ounces ,i on , , . , , ,. sllnwnf ;, . n ilt to cverv 3 or 4 lbs. ot good trcsn nme,u is - r . -- - - .. , s.i i, iu nei) .j m - h ,,nal(l attention enunllv to overv now nm : it very uurauu-, iaiui,u iu uiu.. . , ' , , " " p.uiiy niuu, uiu. cuunieu to UUZ- said, render weather. A KF.MAitKAHLF.F act. The sea birds, tho ptillin, guillemot and tho razor bill, cannot fly over tho land at all, although they can rise from tho surface of tho sea with perfect facility, mount in on in.tnfmitn iieiirbt. and flv with amazing ra pidity so long as tho sea is immediately under tlicm, 1)111 no sooner uo i.ioy n umnu ti.... ilmn ilmv .Iron as if shot. During a strong wind from tho sea it not linfrequcntly happens that these birds in mounting higher than the tidiro nf tho cliff, are Buddenlv blown over the Hand, when thoy immediately fall, and can only zlo nntl charm without ever really loving or being loved. Margaret was as apparently unmoved by hcr lover's dereliction, ns by his previous adoration. Hcr real thoughts on tho sub. jeet woro only expressed to hor mother, who naturally wished to seo her only child settled. Why could you not like Philip Heath nono but n strong mind could bear. Rut Philip, through his long and solitary illness, had thought much and deeply ; nntl his ex ternal tipncuranco was scarcely moro chang- ed than his mind. Nevertheless, with all his courage, ho could not repress many a bitter pang, ns ho waited alono in Mrs. Les. ter's drawing room, and caught a glimpse of himself in tho mirror which had so often boforetimo reflected tho graceful figure of tho handsome Philip Hcathcote. When tho door opened, and Margaret entered, ho could havo shrunk anywhere from her view. A huo, very slight, was in Margaret's usually colorless check ; sho looked onco at tho young man, and then advancing, took his hand in both hers, nnd said in a frank, earnest, friendly tone, that went to Philip's heart, ' I am very glad, indeed, to seo you hero again, Mr. lleuthcote. i.i ... ii.. The waro-rooms of Madame Camille, of tho most tiisluonawo ransinu iiitiii- had ono day rccoiveu an mm mount apprentice. Her tianio was Liauueue. Hcr futher was a mason, and like too many of the working classes drank on Sunday what ho had earned during tho week. I ler mother did the best sho could to support her family, nnd found it n hard matter with tho littlo she earned. (Jabriello had sutlercd so much misery from her cradle, that sho had never known that youthful spring which usually makes to children tho mero consciousness of cxis tenco a joy. ' Mamma, what n nico thing it is to bu alive !' onco said n child to her mother as sho bounded before her. ( Sabri cllo was silicon, and knew not what a smile was. Her fair but faded cheek bore an ex. pres'sion of sullbring and quiet resignation, which was moro nllecting than any open .Inmnnsi ration ofurief. Tho child contrast- mi thn hnuso of her mistress tho nbodo of order, economy, and industry, nnd conso. qiiently of easo and comfort with her own home, where reigned every kind of wretch cdiiess that poverty nnd disorderly habits could produce, nntl where reproaches ihonI ust. it is true, but consequently the more half-way to tho botton of it,' said tho man. j paifui gave rise to mutual recrimination I An Irish cook, hearing tho lady ot tuo nousc' between tho husband and wile. I at dinner ask her husband to bring llombcy and j Qn0 CVening. among others, tho wifo was liandsomo to me. my own otto like you ; and if I were Llll llllll- . . ' When von said I was too liandsomo 7 cried tho happy hu-band. ' Thore, do not remember those nays 1 did not love you then.' ' And now vou do, my sweet Margaret, my dear wifo,' sa'id Philip llcathcoto. ' And so 1 do not caro in tho least for being as ugly as an old satyr, since Margaret lister can never again say that 1 am a great deal ' too liandsomo for her. London .lfigi.ine. i Jake,' said an old firmer one day to ono of his mowers, 'io you m.ow i.uw nun; there are to a dillcinma !' No,' replied Jake; 'but I know how many there nre to a quart of whiskey. ' Did you not tell nio that this morass was i-j.iiL imttnn?' said a voung horseman to a'countrvnian, when his horso had sunk up to his saddlo-girth. ' Yes, I did ; but your aro not . j ii . . 'Ul uiuiivi " r 4 " . , , u.iu u.c.inii;. u.nwiip w.'.v.-i Thero was no condolence, no allusion to Son with him when he came to tea, laid twol . . ? , n h(ld not g nmnJ' ..iWi i T d,.r Vn., L-n.,. hie illm-cc. sho did not avoid ookinc ul .v,ra n ates on the euppcr tame ior mo r no.iu . , , love, he has good prospects; every one nd! him, but spoke and smiled wilh lute nnd Ujioj6. i hcr nil he earned. The Vol'.no Inplord. One of tho best and soundest lawyers that ever sat on the bench of Mas.-achusetts, was Judge r . Ho was al ways distinguished for tho urbanity of hi man ncrs nnd the true benevolence of his spirit ; and tho story I havo now to relate illustrates, quite forcibly, this characteristic. Judgo P. was raised in, and at tha time we refer to, assisted his mother, as much as possible, in keeping a country inn ; a modo of mibsiftcnre to which she was driven by tha death of her husband. One evening a way-worn traveller, armed with a bundlo suspended from a cane, entered tha inn and asked for something to cat. Ilisdrcs was not calculated to impress a beholder with any vast ideas of wealth ; but rather of one who lived by travelling on foot and begging a night's lodging from benevolent inn keepers. Jln. l . cast a glance at tho traveller, and seeing his shabby coat, formed a pretty accurate estimate of his ability to pay for whatover might bo fur nished him. , , , . She left tho room to examine her larder, and in a short time returned, and having set I eforo him a irry picked bono of beef went out of tha room, at thosamo titno saying to her son, 'John, it will bo worth alioiit twenty cents. Our traveller attacked the beef, and altersomo time bavin" perfectly macerated it, he rose and asked Jolmliow much ho was to pay. i Well,' said John, ' mother thought it would bo worth about twenty cents to pick that bone, and I think so too ; here's the money,' and ha generously presented the traveller with a piita teen. A'.' J'. i'f"'''' 'He Tim.