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AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ' NEWSPAPERH)EYOTED TO MATTEES: ; OF GENEKlLv INTEREST TO . THE . COMMUNITY AT LARGE.
BEOWNVILLEv mMMli C
XSTtZD UfD ITBUSKED EVERT E ATTIC) AT f T
coni Street, let Haia tad ater, ,
Uke'i Block,) .
DRQwyviijLE, n. t:
. one jear(invrialy in-adrince), - $2,00
ix months, - , - '; r . T lj0.
RATES 'OF -ADYTF.TISiyG:
jnar, (12 Hnes or lc8?j)ci.e insertion, $l,0ft
i adliUoiiaJ ioscrtion, . 0,50
square, cue month 2,50
three months, ' ' 4,00
. six months, - 6,00
. one Tear.- - - ' t ' " 1 10,00
vs Cards o"f six lines or less one year, 5,00
'olumn. one rear. 60,00
ialf Column, one year, 35,00
Taurth ' . 20,00
Column, six months. .'; ' " . ,; 35,00
vIf Column, ix months, , . 20,00
',nrth ' . - " ' ' 10,00
-hth' .'.. M . . 8,00
!,lnmn.hree months. ' , 20,00
aJf Column, three months, 13,00
urth " ? " 10,00
"hth ' .6,00
ni-in pnn.1-i.!atl for fiffice. : 5.XJ0
i iii advance will be required" for all advertise-
i except where 'actual responsibility u Known,
per cent for each change be added to the
nt.i - -
Jinj Bueintss Cards of fire lines or less, for
rHiiMmntV will be considered by the year.
specified .on the manuscript, or previously
between the narties.
irtisements not marked on the copy for a fpeci-
. ... . . . -i
. mber of .insertions, will te conunuea unui or
out, and charged accordingly. . , .
i Jvertiseraents from strangers or transient per
u be paid ia advance. . . ; .
privilege of yearly advertisers will be confined
y to 'their own bunuiess ; and all advertisements
taining thereto, to be paid for extra. ' -'
eaded advertisements charged double the above
rtisementl on the insid-i exclusively will be
d extra; . . ' ' ; '".
PP1KG "BILLS, BALL TICKETS,
n-TT ntprViftd nf work thM, mav te called for
ving purchased, in connection witk the iRefiec
OfTice,a extensive and excellent variety of
e latest styles, we are prepared to do any kind of
mentioned in the above Catalogue, with neat
in 1 dispatch.
a Proprietor, who, having had an extensive cx
oee, will give his personal attention to this branch
siness, and hopes, in his endeavors o please,
in the excellence of bis work, and reasonable
to receive a share of the public patronage.
BUSINESS CARDS. . '
TK0MPS05I & BUXT0I1,
YTOnHEYS AT LAV,;
LOT. 1ND LiKD AGENTS;
EROWTILLE, X. T,
1 attend the Courts of Northern Missouri, Ne-
and estern Iowa.
3SGAR F- LAKE & CO..
' . GENERAL
ID - AND'- LOTy AGENTS,
,iTICfi pnUa!a, bet 1st and 20." 8U
. Brownville, IT. T. .
1. SHOLLADAY, II. D.
EEOWXYILLE, . N. T.;
cits a share of public patronage, in the various
:s of his profession, from the citizens oriirown
33. &. J. J): IT. THOUPSON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SEALERS IS
rdware, Queens ware, Groceries, and
" Country Produce.
T. HOBLITZELL & CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IX
Y GOODS. GROCERIES.
Quecnsware, Hardware, -
lAtnxG. c. c. EixBorcn r. f. toomer.
IRDllIG, Klfi'SQUCH & CO.,
S,'CAPS.& STRAW GOODS,
: 49 Eain street, tet. Olive and Pine, r
' ST. LOUIS, 110.
ular attention .paid to manufacturin, our
Jole Uat.s. - .
HISS MARY W. TUENEE,
Vnd IDrcss IVlalicr. -:
Street, - betreea Kain and "Water,
BROWNVILLE, N. T. '
acts and Irimmings always on and.
C W..WHEE EE, ;
lGf ItlD BUILDER
1PEUTER. ID JOINER
' NEBRASKA TERRITORY. '
2 U2tei3 eiU c4o
JAMES W. GIBSON, -
BLACKS HIT IE ,
Second Street, between Main and Nebraska,
BROWNVILLE, K.' T.
y y;, - a. coate, -
. BEOWNVILLi; NEMAHA CO.
A-rr OBSTETRICIAN. i
Two Miles fro;n Bronmilte, on claim near Mr. I
CnmsiGS: Ter ders his professional services to the J
citiienaoi iNemana ccunry.
. SPKIGMAN & BROWN,
RAILROAD AMD STEALIBOAT
. ' AG-SXTS.
And General f'ojiiaission Merchants
; No. JxC, Public Landing.
. : EST.UmOOK,
. HHITE.) f.'TATT3
. . OMAHA CITY, N. T.v
O EQL'liiED to be in attendance oQcially upon all
Xv the terms of the District and Supreme Court of I
the Territory, tenders his rroresion&l services to such
as need them. He flatters himsel? that his facilities
for gaining a knowledge of the practice in each Dis
trict, w'ii enable him to give satisfaction to such as
entrust their business to his care. ; . . ..
. Omahi City, June 7, 1855, - .
"C. Tt KAILT.
B. r. SANKXir.
BAILY k RAKKEN,
OMAHA CKT, N.' T.
H. F. BEXXETT,
J. B. MOB1 ON,
BENNET, MORTON & HARPING.
.Attorneys . at. inw,
Nebraska City N. TM and Clenwood, la.
TT 7 ILL practice i t all the Courts of Neb."aska and
Y Western lowi. Particular atteatio a paid to
obtaining, locating Ijuid Warrants, and collection of
debts. m .
KEFEHEXCE: ; .
66v. Joel A. Matteson, Springfield, Di;
Gov. J. W." Grimes, Iowa City, Iowa;
B. P. Fifiled, St.Louis,Mo.;
Hon. Daniel O. Morton, Toledo, Ohioj ' .
P. A. Sarpy, Bell evue, Nebraska; . .
Sedgewich & Walker, Chicago, 111;
Green, Weare & Beaton, Council Bluffs, Towa. '
A. A. BRADFORD,
D. L. M'S'OABT,
Brownville,, N. 1 .
Nebraska City, N.T.
BRADFORD, McLENNAN & McGART,
liTTBMEYS IT LAW
SOLICITERS IN CHANCERY.
Brownville and Nebraska City,
BEING permanently located in the Territory, we
will give our entire time and attention to the
practice of our profession, in all its branches, blat
ters in. Litigation, Collections of Debts, Sales and
Purchases of Ileal Lstate, . selections of Land, Loca
ting of Land arrant, and all other business en
trusted to our management, will receive prompt and
- - REFERENCES
S. F. Nuckolls, '
Richard Brown, .
Wnu noblitzell & Co.,
Hon. James Craig,
Hon James M. Hughes,
' Hon. John R. Shef Jey,
Messrs. Crow, McCreary A Co.'
Messrs. S."G. Hubbard & Co.,
Hon. J. Jf. Love, "
' vi-m; , -
St. Joseph, Mo,
St. Louis, Mo.,
u . .. It
,u u u
June 7, 1855.
NUCKOLLS, RUSSELL, & CO.
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALERS IX
MY GOADS. fflCII,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
": lledicines, Dye Stufis,
Saddlery, -Boots & Sbes, Hats & Caps,
QUEEN SW ARE, STONEWARE, TOrWARE,
. IRON, NAILS, STOVES, PLOWS 4c.
Also Furniture of all kinds, Window Sash, &o
R. W. FURNAS,
m jii MHT,
AND AGENT FOR
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
J. HART & SOW
SOILS & MSDESS
Oregon, Holt Coauty, Jlissoari.
Keep constanflv on hand all description of Harness.
Saddles, Bridles, Aa.f Ac.
N.. B. Every article in our shop is manufactured
by ourselves, and warranted to give satisfaction, j t'
iLtLZS P. FISKE.
WX. B. 6AEBJT.
. OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
' Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in i!
BOOTS AND SHOES,
XO. 8TMAIX STREET.
(Formerly, No. 101, Corses or Maix akd Loccst.)
; . ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. D. KIRK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Land Agent and Notary Public,
Archer, Richardson county, N. T.
Will practice in the Courts of Ntbrajka assisted
by Harding aui Bennett, Netraita Vily,
; For the Nebraska Advertiser.
TEE ETDIIIGET MAIL COACH.
bt geo. w, mnw.
Tia midnight all is peace profound,
r Bat lo! upon the murmuring ground
; The lonely, swelling, hurrying sound
Of the distent wheels is heard.
They come they pause a moment
i Their charge resumed, they start
"Are gone and all is peace again" '
' As not a leaf had stirred.
Hast thou a parent, far away
A Ibeauteous child to be thy stay .
In life's decline; or sisters, they '
Who shared their infant gloet
.; A brother on 4 foreign shore, .
-; Is ho whose breast 1hy token bqre,' ; ; . ' '
; - Or are thy treasures wandering o'er . -
A wide, tumultuous sea?
". If ought like these, then thou most feel
The rattling of that reckless wheel,
: ,Tnat brings the bright or boding Beal, "
On every trembling thread v
That strings thy heart, till morn appears
To crown thy hopes or end thy fears
.; To light thy smiles or draw thy tears,
As lice online is read. ; .
Perhaps thy treasure's in the deep;' c
Thy lover in a dreamless sleep;' u
Thy brother where thoa canst not weep
Upon his distant grave! :
Thy parent's hoary head no moro
May shead a silent lustre o'er
His children grouped; nor death restore
Thy Bon from out the wavel
.Tby prattling tongues perhaps are stilled;
Thy sister's lip is pale and chill od;
Thy blooming bride, perchance has filled
Her corner of the tomb.
May-be the home where all thy sweet
And tender recoollections meet, ;
Has shown its flaming winding sheet
. In midnight's awful gloom!
And white alternate o'er my soul,' "
Those cold or burning wheels shall roll
Their chill or heats, beyond control,
" Till morn shall bring relief, ' ' t
' Father in heaven, whate'er may be
The enp, .which thoa hast sent for me,.
I know 'tis good; prepared by Thee,
Though fillod with joy or grief.
THE VOICE EIHXUD THE CLOUDS,"
BT J. F. IIXO.
Sitting 'side rippling stream, . .
Basking in ths moon's p&le beun,
Garing oa the water's gleam, ;
Was I one gammer eve:
Whisp'ring tephera floated by, ;
Silver cloutls sailed round the ky
Dreaming glowing dreams was I
Such dreams as lovers weare.
Dnsty day, and all its glare.
Foolish folk, and all their stare,
Clatter, bustle, all of care
Were gona forgotten near:
Twinkling stars peeped brightly out,
(Angels winking Heaven's scout,
Glancing, spying all about, ;,"
'' To see what happens here.)
Sighing seemed the sleeping Earth,
iloundng o'er a eoncious dearth;
Thoughtful too, of all its worth, '
. And silent then in pride:
Incense told the tale above;
LUv'ning, aye, itself to prove,
, Heaven seemed to knoel in love,
To kneel and kiss and chid.
Nestle closer, Earth to sky
Bent the senith in reply;
Gently then a voice heard I
A voice behind the cloud
"Murmur notj" it sweetly said,
' u Shadow now is o'er thee spread;
Sunshine soou will reign instead;
. Bright robes succeed tby shroud .
Winter chased by Spring away,
April melting into May. "
Darkness dawning into day,
Are emblems all to heed:
Ev'ry shrub or weed that dies,
Sheddeth first a seed to rise,
Greeting once again the skies
. Each time the less a weed.
: Mortals yeilding "onto clay,
Flowers wasting in decay,
Waiting Resurrection Day,
' . Lend Earth awhile their soul:
Vigor swelling all their veins,
' Earth, unconcious, life regains; :
Grateful gives, but yet retains,
And fairer grows the whole.
Ever thus, above, below,
Brighter, better all things grow,
Surely, silent oft times slow
Bat truly t till the same, . ;
Gaining strength by day, by night,
Speeding with increase of might,
Hearing, Bearing Heaven's light,
. Then, Earth, O, why complain t "
Echo caught the words, " 0, why I
Whirled them round the vaulted skyr
.Vainly seeking meet reply,
: And fainted; finding none.
Silence reigned again supreme,
,; Pushing e'en the murm'ring stream,
Startling me from out a dream I
To find it thoughts my own, :
TO A SAT CAUGHT LTT PELTTTUTa CFTICS
Thou long-tail'd, ebon-eyed, nocturnal raagerl
What led thee hith r 'mong the types and cases?
Didst thou not know that running midnight races
O'er standing types is fraught with imm'nent danger?
Did hunger laad thee? didst thou think to find
Seme rich old cheese to fill thy hungry maw?
'.Vain hope! none but a literary jaw 1 " " '
Can masticato our cookery for the mind.
Perchance thou hast a literary taste, . ; -
A love for letters, and that sort of thing;
But why, thou wire-tail'd imp thou vermin-king'
Didst thou but yesternight devour our pat te,
And throw our types in pyramids of pi ?
' Tby doom's decreed! hero Towser at him. fiy !
fFrom the MilKaukie INaws. ' ' I
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PESPAEE FOE THE EIESS
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We believe 'that the law says thatlpfiea rtr,em-first. .fW vnn TtavA
you may commence shooting the gTouse,
or prairie cbeken, on the 28th day of
July, a day somewhat .too early, we
think, in most parts of the State, but
hot as early as. many pot hunters make
a-practice of hootino-.rTre.'want to
thing up handsomely for yourself, but
may also bo able to accommodate any
LIU LUll fibVlU. j.,-'- I
You will of course drive two horses
: i. 't:iA A a i
in the field, and two good solid animals I
r -j - - -j- . y. ' ' a. j I
1 1 1 irf if in kiiptiii a., till 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ii 1 1 1 : 21.1111 i
v. a r i- f tX Z v aT '
Sl7Wfl ;n; 7rrnl
dogs over a great deJT of country by
day, and take you bade. it eyening to
your p ace of repose and your supper
at a. hriik nacft. Ynn want vnnr wacrnn
fitted up with a long box, plenty of
roomior aogsin u, ana a reingerator,
a dox wim uoume eiues anu cover, nnea
between with powdered- charcoal and
in the centre of a box a metalic cylin
der, with a hole in the top like the man
hole of a steamboat boiler, lightly
covered. This cylinder is to be sur
rounded by ice, and in it you may put
your lunch at going out, and as you
come into the wagon, with birds, you
can nut them in it, so that they will
not only be kept in perfect order, even
ior aavs n vou cnoose, out dv navin2
a spare box of the same kind, you Can
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send them by railroad, almost any
where you please,to the News office at
Milwaukee if vou choose, or any other
such place where ihey will be more apt
to be distributed to those who can enjoy
it on account of their . haviner tastes
and aSnitie with.thetrue sportsman,
' Ypur also want : two brace of . dogs,
at least, well broken dogs, tod, true
over their birds, notpotterers over dead
secrets, gbod retrievers, and dogs of
decent manners and liberal education.
They want to be in good condition
too, at the outset of the season, and
well fed daily during the whole season,
whether you shoot over them daily, or
every other day, or only twice a week.
LA V A MUIJ V VAAA J ff M J.VU UP f 1 S Am I
But one brace will not do to hunt with
more than six hours a day, if you do
go out daily, and even then you, must
save them . all the runnino- tou can.
save them an the running you can
and keep water in your wagon, if possi
ble, to give, them often; and further,
you must, when you. can, go out of
your way to give them a chance to
wallow in some pond,4rook or horse
To be in condition,, they are not to
be as fat as a prize ox, or to have the
flesh run off their bonesJ They want
lW VJM IT VIA CAC1UOCU' Vi.aH V 11 UllO I
time to the time of taking the field
and well fed, too, with good, wholesome
ciean ioou, su inai xuey ao not iooK
either aunt and hollow: or rnnnd and
You want, also, a place under one
of your wagon seats in which you can
lock up a supply of spare ammunition,
overcoats, dog whips,, water-proof
capes, &c, if you deem fit to carry
them, or even a spare gun or rifle, which
latter is sometimes wanted in the fall
for deer, geese, or brandt, and occa-
sionally, perhaps, for a sand hill crane,
Viti xen n alert
want, aiso, a water-prooi : cover
for the gun you carry, stowed away in
the same box, with a box or ; two pi
matches segars, etc.
Now, with this fit out, a friend with
you, ana a man to-Urive slowlv when
you take the field, keeping you m sight
T . "11" '
01 your oiras, you win nna your equip-
age all you want, particularly if we
uu , mS iui tu u3 tu un. ;
Now, a word as to the dogs. Much
has been said as to the comparative
said as to the comparative
the setter and pointer. Both
are excellent dogs, if properly educated,
vue pumier xa ciwie&u 10 ureaK, ana ior
that reason often the greatest favorite;
but the setter we consider equaUy good
wnen - properiy uruxe, anu ynen tne
weameris cooienouga. in our not
Augusxs, ne unaDie to cope ine
hour, so that he can wallow snifieientlv
x lir rm. x r 7 yj
to cool off. The pointer is best for
great heats, but when the weather is
cooi enougn, or you mm. Dy tne side
,tJ - aLur , . , J " 40 d, maitr 01 Tm
U1UC1CXU.C, nmtujuuuoC,Du tuaw uunc
v .1-- i xl. .ri i i
wnicn nemay, ue is inurougmy proKen
vv, oivA u.ci Ana uxxxo, w.uiup ttw me
L X X!l y 1 1 ..I
ICUUlb Ul ill JrlII. UxiLlx J1 llKrHII fill. T.n
r , , 3 i . i . i
lost to signt, ana xo una ms mrcis alter
.ucjr ,ua ucau, w uutJa not
reirive. . . '
A great deal depends upon the care
XT All f 1 1" ft r t TrnT. Anna fiftrm vaa
if vx jf ui: ttxii j uu vuw
say a word or so about what your pre- yourself .too, they take it more kindly, than raimodified hotel life in Gotham, that beset himin trying to solve tbo
parationsoughtto.be, if you can afford and " kindness' - always', pays when The picture, however, mnstbe seen and problem of life, and was gravely assur
them, so that you may not only do the Vifistowfid on a IV Seft' to" it that ktndA tn h. nTPc.x.ttL . :j edbv one" of them that it was all "be-
, t iiC(iflv Vli liCX . Aiuiiua, cue luut-rs in xunt ipaine naaiearsoi not Demg paid. Mie?ied frfevtrl Y
the case, we are obliged to hunt where ,1,,., 1. ur is j -j xt.b. aiseased inena, he
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water is not to oe ootamea every, halt Rfn I in V, Annin-L iinA iP 7 'ir : . ujr
commence shooting for the season.
liiey should not'onlv Del well fed, cut
they should be fed as soon as they return
"Vi"c aAtt;A mcu - uaj o nuia, uui
fnvfaA r TT0 ? f until oftan Ttm. . m ftol I
y," uum juui lutiuiauu -piuca ixcxcuia ujuj-i . umgy jitrcv.
snail navft been Tirenared and timshftd.I
ypU may supply them with something
from y0xir table by way of dessert " and
they rwill be the more grateful for your
Vlndnftss.'flnd thift more orfliftTitmtrift
0n count of the greater 'affec-
tinn "rftV' will rwWr'VAn'.. ' VA-m
thfiv a .well' and oomfortahlv A
tnat they have good and clean beds,
within reach, a dry place,fand
n nntn r ni. n nn thnt thnir nA 1
not ; f00t
and lfit thpm. if ihv
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rrinnsi t.ilf o 'n. nntr in ratyia TinTid vr I
rr . . ww w
B,x - '-"ucu uVv- lulJr u -Arum , luc
m... A ak .vA.-,m. x. a u. . i
wu, uic usibuiyruiug, nucmcr juuaxo
t0 take thcla cat that day w. and
d6n.t tmat them Mo True Diek and
Harry, any more than you can help,
rru. . vi r iwl: :
the advantage to the dog and master
hoth. are great.
LAHJ2 A1TD LAZY A FA2LH.
Twn Wf(rTa TiflmA nrd Tiav wow
in want of bread. One leaned on his
crutch, the 'other reclined on his'couch.
, Laine called.on Charity, and humbly
asked : for
, Lazy, seein
claimed: "What,- ask for a cracker and
Kci;cio luai . Ticii, mm iisis. ior a
Lazy now applied to Charity -and
caiiea ior a loai ot Dread - .
"Your demand for a loaf," said
Charity, "proves that you are a loafer,
You are of that class and character
who ask and receive not; you ask
, Lazy, who always . found fault, and
had rather whine than work, complain-
ed of ill treatment, and even accused
Charity for a breach of an exceeding
great and precious promise: "Ask and
ye shall receive." , -
Chanty pointed him to a pain tin
in her room, which presented to his
vision tnrce personages, aith, iiope,
(tuu wiiaiiLV, vuaniy auptfareu lariier I
W f A. A . . QJ I
arfa Iairer Inan ner sisters, lie noticed
th,at el right hand held a pot of honey,
"muu "u a.uee uisauieu, naving lost
nis wings. Her left hand was armed
with a whip to keep off the drones.
"Don t understand it, said Lazy.
Charity replied: : "It means that
Charity feeds the lame and flogs . the
"Stop, ' said Charity, instead of coin 1
I will give you council Do hot go" and
live on yourpoor mother, fori will send
yPu a ncn nunt.
,-T I . )) , T ,,-rm
wwv j. nuv.u
shall 1 find her? , ,
' " I ou will find her in Proverbs, sixth
t . . ,i '
chapter and sixth verse." . ..
M (TR AT. lT1Ctnirl rt troilmu Vnf on
.u.wvnuil ii uituit: xui uu
uncle to die, go and see how a rich
HOTEL LIFE DT HEW Y0SS.
In speaking of the gregarious, ex
travigant, and cosmopolitan existence
which so many families habitually lead
m hotels in INew York city, a corres-
pondent of the Boston Transcript lays
stress upon tms special ieature; , .
Take, for instance, a woman brought
' - r -xt. -r i i
up in ' one ot our iew England or
m -r -w
a cracker. "Instead of a uvuvu, uy iuuuu icn nuu uiu uuu uavu any uppvuiu aujt .nuujw anti
received a loaf. . v ; confess that they began their career of wards'." .., ' !: .: :
g the gift of charity, ex- wicJ,eaness Dy a neglect or the oaDDath. - fatW aftcr tho
western towns,- of good parentage, nothing so ehectually prevents excr-
j j.f-jj A ...0,l: rp, i t. j : :
some cuiiure, ana ueciuea attractions;
you have the germs' of -' a superior
character. ; Choice society, retirement,
a life of tranquil improvement, would
develop the bud into a consummate
flowen Perliap3 such a girl marries a
business man. who brings her to a New
York hotel of the first class. For the
first iml shift ?' ATnoefl f a t ATvitAmA
first time she is exposed to an epitome
0f the great world; daily she is seated
beside a foreign adventurer or an old
coquette. . The rude " and the gentle,
the nleasure-seeker and the snecnlator.
the politician and the trader, the vulgar
and the cultivated ail mingle in the
sphere of her daily life. Having no
housekeeping to attend to, time hangs
c.o -xi r t.'x
ollu6cia pwuy uum uuriuauy,
and partly from ennwi, she meets half-
way advances to an acquaintance, and
before the winter is over, is on familiar
terms with scores of people, of whose
antecedents she knows nothing, and
l j o
hAose companionship fritters away her
time, and begets a love ot admiration,
i . '
i-klnk Krtnwnn'i nn TTi.
niutu uuauj- uuumco uo icmsiie an
excitement as aiconoi to the inebriate,
This feeling, grows : less and : less
tastiOious, and exacts more in quantity
tha quality; emulation feeds it. . To
outdo tho others of her sex in the
T,d 1 1 rt X AT, 1 x 1
' Aivuow, uxiu wumjviir- uiw Aurgu&i, circic or
retain the' greatest bcaa, is the goal of
her ambition, bhe soon lorfrets hoir
to blush, and learns totalt loud, loses
au tiiiirui lor iuu i tiiueu uu luicuigciii,
Tr1 X reml ? ' ViTr -firo4
W hnn. snmn rn-nntrv con sin nr pjvrlv
toA -m: h' i,Mv:' it. i
difficult to believe she is the same person
known of yore so completely ia the
down rubbed off, the peach, so wholly
is. thn 'oricrinnl Intp'rpst' ' ff rinrf!tpr
evaporated. To' .nnsei. a 1 sweet and
mnA. rW ihv U tj a ftiiiATrpr TNrnAQd I
KEEP YOtTS SAB2ATH HOLT.
Bo aloiis on this point ; mether
, -. . . ..... - . . -
town - or country, resolve
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not 10 proiane your oaDDain. unce
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give over caring ior tne DaDDatn, .ana
in the :end' you will give over caring
J. tepsUh lead
to this ro easy and regular. Becin
wiA t tonorf God-sSd ;3-nd
wiu soon not ho or God's hSusej ccLe
to honor God's house, and you wiU soon
" . .? . " ouuu
ceaso to .Honor uod s book: cease to
honor God's book and by and by you
will give God no honor at all. Let any
one lay the foundation with no . bab-
bath, and I am never surprised if he
finishes with the top-stone ofno God.
it as a.remarxapio saying oi uuage
ale 91 a11 the persons convicted
' P1 mi0 110 was .upon
TTV T1 ': " Tv ,. I
AlAN xriiESSlO.XS. "lOn t give
up the ship. Laurence. ; . :
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over my grave. --Surn3.
:xvaise me up tnai l may Deholdthe
Addison, i. V '
"Blessed be God: all is well."
Richardson.. -' . ' -
"Kiss me, Hardy.' 'Nelson. '
V.W eep not for me but for yourselves;
I go to. the Father of our Lord Jesus
Christ, who no doubt will receive me,
though a sinner,, through the media-
tion oi our JLord Jesus (Jhrist; where
U h;pe we shall be erelong to meet and
Bmo lue new song, ana remain nappy
AVA U VA n VJLAl luuiuuvcuut xxiiiuii.
T" T T . .
,- . ODDITIES OP G2ZAT HEX.
The greatest men are often affected
hv the mnst. triviiil r?rfnmQf onoa
which have no apparent ; connection
with the enect3 they produce.
old gentleman, of whom we know
something, felt secure'against the cramp
bed. so that the riht shoe was on the
left of the left shoe, and the toe of the
right next to the heel of the left. If
he did hot brini? the .rifrht shoe ronnd
. t O .
m ludi a, lie as uauiu 10 me cramp.
Dr. Johnson used always, in going up
Bolt court, ta put one foot upon each
stone of the pavement; if he failed he
I XVI i. i ! aT. J 1 1 1
kl i . t" i i ;i i ii i 1 1 ;i i. i. k ii iv vvriii i ( i ro nn-
lucky. Buffon, the celebrated natural-
w - T 1. V U.V. W
I lflf. TlAVPf TTrntA Tmf in nll rlnoa Tii.
w mva tiavw MUV 1AA A kill UA VUUI v
Routh, . of . Oxford, studied in full
canonicals. An eminent li vine writer
can never compose without his slippers I
centur coui t"1
Vi ury cou never ma e
on. A celebrated preacher ot the
i -a i
f a sermon
' with his carters on. A crreat Germnn
?i -.i. i . ,
at;uuiar wiiius wim uis oraces on.
Fretttxo AxnSowTvr..-Tt Y
is-a black gar-
l 1.JJ j n
ment, ana moreover a useless one, lor
uuu A nwguucucr uaucrops oipeas
killed by. frost. One of them "fretted
and grumbled, and said nobody was so
uniortunate as ne wa3.
ne wa3. visitmff his
neighbor some time after, he called out
in astonishment, "What a fine crop of
peas! AVhat are these?" "These are
what Isowed while vou were fretting
I answered th' other. "Wliv dnn'tvnn
answered the other. "Why, don't you
ever fret?" "Yes, but I put it off till I
have repaired the mischief." "Why,
hen there's no reason to fret at all."
"True: that's the reason T nut it 'off!"
A doctor was employed by a poor
man to - attend his wifa, who was
dangerously ill. The doctor gave a
1 . .1 tm
yuu snaa nave tnem. ine woman
died in. the doctors hands, and after a
reasonable time he called for his five
pounds. The man asked the doctor if
he killed his wife?
"Did you cure?"
I irm ? .1 ,1
"nen. saia the . poor man
have no legal demand!"
A woman of Athens once asked
Lacedemonian wife, by way of satire,
what portion'she had given her husband?
T 1 xrx ? 111.
i " uy cnasuty, was ncr noble reply. :
Aetbxsti Calculation Said Bill
to Jack, "How mlny le3 .woull a. calf
have calling the tail one ?. I -.M--; m
"Five," answered Jack. :. . V' s
: "No, it . wouldn't,,,;! said ' BLU, "for
An acquaintance was complaining jo
souie of his friends of the 'diiiiadtie.'J
cause he had taken no woman into the
account."- ' . ;:"
- A' drunken fellow having sold all his
goods except hi3 feather bed, . at last
i xv.i j. . . .1 .1.. x
uiaue aio ox inax.iuu, auu xua vuuuuvi
k i r i.'i .t-
oemg reproveu dv some oi ms inenu,
j. v . v
44 Why," said he, "should i keep my
Ud.rten 1 m WW, :
The editor of the New York' "Bulch
man, speaking of a drink he once had
occasion to indulge in, says he couldnt
tell whether it was brandy or a torch
light procession going down his throat!
"Johnny, does youlove me?" i -.'
"Well, Susy, I does.". . ; i o :
"How do ; you. know that vbu love
... "ivase, usy, whenever A ioosiat
you, my heart jumps up and: knocks
agm my..siumacK so naru inai x aon.i
whalpr hnd swalhrM him. statin .that
Vol, nd fmnd a. (rnnd "onnn nf fftr a
young man going into the oil business:
Dux aicerwaras wrote iormoneyionnn
him ' home, stating that he had ! been
confoundedly sucked in.
me, madam, but 1 would
like to ass, wny you loos at me so
saSelyr . "Uh, quite easily accounted . '
tor, sir l took you ior my husnano.,
"A country paper, dunning its sub- "
scribers, draws it jocosely : thus
I "Suffer little sums to, come unto
for of such is our income."
"This is really the smallest horse I
ever seea, saiu a countryman, on
viewing a Shetland pony. ''Oc an
you've seen but little,? replied Barney .
McTwoozle, "anr it's mesilf , as. has
seen one as small as two uv the like uv
that, sure." . . '-. . V .
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A PRINTER S WIDOW.
This daily publishing the weeds of woe, ' :
; Annouaces to my eyes as piea" plain,
A dear romantic duodecimo," .
' Unbound, and goingMnto sheets again.'
A says jt s "folly to expect a
Sirl to ' love: a man-' whom everybody
and- her affections "will cling ' so fast
thata dozen guardians can't begin to "
remove them." '; ; ; i: . '
Tlie fnllnwm prvnfnJna T,nnd1vrt.
I .w..v vuiinnu
j onn r. irauy gave me a blackwalnut
box of quite a small size.": ... .r .
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L SETniXG3.In which young
DeOnie renflPr t 1PTT19P VM TTV Tm-
II., . . .
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2. Reading when others ar9 talking;
3. .Cutting finger nails in company.
4. ' Leaving meeting before it is out.
5. 'Whispering in meeting;. .: 1
6. Gazing at strangers.. '
7. Leaving a stranger without a scat.
8. A want of reverence for superiors.
9. Reading aloud in company with-
out beinj? asked.
10. Receiving; a present without
I c f .. 1 ' . i i
iuaxuiesiauon oi gratituac. ;
J-i. flaking yourself the topic , of
wn.iaanuu. , . : ..
12. Laughing at the mistakes of
others. ; ,7 . ; r
ao. joking others in comnauv... .
14. Correcting -older persons than
yourself, especially your, parents. . -
15. To commence talking befon
"others are through, 'i . .... . , .
'16.- jjiswerinr nnestirmV
O ---"-" nuvit ui
17. Commencing to eat as socn a3
you get to the table. ' ' ; :, -
Pathetic. The Rev. Mr. Smlthsonl
who, by the way, has a holy horror for
grammer and orthography, thus de-
scripcs the departure of a "saint:"
1 arrove at the house of mv
was perspiring his
hi3 bedside, and said '
gone to talk, -.brother
if you feel happy now, jist squeesc my'
hand and he squoze it." , ' r
Doing unto others as you would have
others do unto you that is, -..neglect
ing to pay the barber for removing the,
beard from your face, and thereby
shaving himin return. - - - ,,'
The individual who tried to clear his'
conscience with an eggl is now ehlea-'
vormg to raise his spirits with yeast?
If ho fails in this; it is hi3 deliberate"
intention to blow cut his brains with a
bellows, and sink calmly into the arms
. r .
1 oi a young lady.
' V1 t-"re a3 he was too far
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