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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1857)
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DEVOTED TO ART, SCIENCE, AGHICULTUKE COMMERCE, .NEWS, POLITICS,.. GENERAL' INTELLIGENCE . AND THE INTERESTS OF NEBRASKA.
CITY OF BEOWK VILLE, NEAlAH A COUNTY, N. T., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1857.
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SWIU AXD rC BUSHED EVERT THUKSDAT IT
a. W. FURNAS,
Smmd Street, bet. Kaln and Water,
XJnOYNVIJUE, JSr. T..,
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' 44 . s.t the end of months, 2,50
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Clflbf 1Z or more will be lurLiBlio. at 11,51) per
agoHtu, j roridod tUo cali acuoioiAaiea the order,
put otherwise. .
' KATES OF ADVEttTISIXO:
One fin arc,' ( 12 lines or les,) one insertion, $1,00
Vh sJJitieaal insert iou, 0,60
Ooc inire, one in jnlb 2,50
- - three months, 4.00
; six month, C.00
one Towr. 10,00
Bainards uftit lines or less one year, ' 5,00
Oae Column, one twit, - - fiO,00
Uoc-half Column, one year, 3.i,00
- fourth " " 18,00
Column, iix moc'h.?. 35,00
half Column, ix, luuuths, 20.00
fourth M . M " 10,00
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Coin inn, throe months, 20.00
' half Column, three months, 13,00
" fuurth " u 10,00
eighth " " " 6,00
Jlnnona;ineaiiJiVitfi for office, fin advance,) 5,00
Cash in advance will be rciuirod for all adrertUe
ititi excejl where actual responsibility is known.
Ten p cr cent for each change be added to the
Staadine; Rusiaess Cards of Cve lines orlcs?,for
'5B year, $5,00.
' adTertiJH'ments will be considered by the year,
nle fneciOcd on the manuscript, or previously
6Airera,eD,etUs not marked on theeopy for a rpci.
4i numKer of insertion, will be continued uiitil or-
t-rerdupon between the parties.
lTd out. and charred accordingly,
All advertisements fraui strangers or transient per
son", t be paid la advance. - . . ' 1
Thrpririlcpe of yearly advertiser will be confined
-idly to their own business ; and all advertisements
r"i yerUinin tberoVo. to be paid for extra.
tesrly advertisers have the privilege of changing
tbeir advertisements q-jarterly.
Ail leaded advertisements charged double the above
"ATrsTtiinraents'on the inside exclusively will be
BOOK .AND FANCY.
added to the Advertiser Office Crd and
New Trnrs of the latest styles. Inks of
a!! olor llr:.tiir. Vina l'aner. Envelopes. Ac.; we
are row prepared to execute Job Work of every de
scription in a Style uusurjiasscd by any other office
is the I'nited Sutta. . "
lVticula.r attention wi'.l be given to orders from a
4i-taa- in bavin them promptly attended to.
The l'ropribtor, who, h iving bad an extensive cx-
riie. will zire his personal attention to this branch
f hisincis. and hones, in his endeavors to please.
kali in tha ei.-ellrnee f his work, and reasunalno
f ikr;-s,to reecive a share of the public patronage.
' BUSINESS CARDS.
A. 3. H0LLADAY, M. D.
BROWNVILLE, N. T.; ,' i
Solicits a share of public ntroone, In therarions
tr&nrhesofhis nrofonaion.fromtheeitiaensof Brown-
le and vicinity.
MISS MARY TURNER,
?vo ?5 c;C3 iOfl: 4
n.nd. Dress 3VXn.l3t.or.i
- lint Street, between Slain and water,
i mo wn vi Live, ;n. t. ;
B-mnrts and Irimmings always on hand. ;
C. W. WHEELER, :.
tRCHlTEGT ' AND BUILDER.
Tl'diir ACT TTX.J:3i CIS.
Xix-OXA7-lxvillo. 3J"- 1.
JAMES W. GIBSON,
ioovnd Street, between Main and Nebraska,
BKOWXVILLE, y. T.
A. A. laiPrOfiR. D. L. MC'CAKT,
iv MCi-KVSAX, BrownvillCjX. T.
HIOUEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY.
. Drownrille and Nebraska Citj-
BF.INU pcniiancntly l.K-ated in the Territory, we
will give our entira time and attention to the
pK-tice of onr profc'inn, in all it braaL-he?. Mat-
in Litipntiun, CoHtftticns of Debts, ale and
I'ureWie? of Kual Estate, Srleetions of Land, Lea
i6 of Land Warrants, and all other business cn
"nM 0nr nianajomont, will receive prwnii'tand
S. F. Nuckolls
'ra. Holditiall k Co,
Run. J aoici Cr:u s, '
H"B. Jamo M. Utijhes,
ll"n.Jt.hi! R. Shrpley,
Messrs. Crow, M.-Creary 4 Co.
il'WTs. S. O. llubbatii 4 Co.,
,llo. i. M. Lore,
St. Joseph. Mo.,
St. Louis, Mil,
Jnn f, 15.
Attcmcv and Counsellor at Law.
RTiOWXVILLE. X. T.
Will nracticti ia the Tbird Ju li ial District in Ne
V'5'' Territory, nnd in the Twdflli Judicial Circuit
u the Sute of Missouri. .-;
. RV-Kard Br wn, . '" Brownville, N. T.
' K.V. Foma. '
lr. Jvhn JlrlTirrson, T;,'evnoe, Ohio.
James F.trr,' ' n. Mo.
;' wS M.iUer, - " Artkir, X. T,
G. W. HURN.
DEPUTY COUNTY .SURVEYOR.
"NEMAHA CITY, N. T.
T7ILL attend promptly to all basincs !-liis pro-
V fession when called on : such as subdivinir
Claims, laying out Town Lots, Drafting City i'lats
ete., etc. - 3I-tf
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IX. B. 61KKIT.
OLIVER BENNETT & CO., ;
"Manufacturers and VTbalcsalc Dealers in .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NO. 87 MAIN STREET, '.. v
(FOKMKI-Y.XO.lOljCoBXROF MIS ASdLoCCST.)
, r , ST. LOUIS. -MO. .rH
WM. OSBORN. .
. Jewelry, I'lated Ware, Cutlery, Spoov, ka.ka. .
Xclraska City; N'T.' "" '
t5f Esokavixg and IlFrAiBixo done on short
notice and all work warranted.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Land Ageat and Notary Public,.? ' ...
Archer, ICichardson county, N. T.
. Will practice in the CuurUof Scbraska, assisted
by Harding and Uonnett, .brn.ta City.v .s .
JACOB SAFFOIU), , . .
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
GENERAL IXSUItASCE AND LAND AGENT.
. And Notary Public.
Nebraska City,' Nebraska Territory.
TT71LL attend promptly to all buiraeat entrwtod
AV u hiscarc, in olraka Territory ndA estJ
September 12, 1856. ' vlnla-ly
W. P.LOAN ;
ATT0BNEY AT LAW,
LAND AND LOT AGENT.
ARCHER, RICHARDSON COUNTY, N. T
Notice' to Pre-Emptors !
; G. 8. IIORBACII & CO.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
- ZEAL ESTATE BROKER
OMAHA CITY, N. T. I X
WILT. giv particular attention to preparing all
tha noce&arv lifloers for rre-cmntion, and
rriuleriuir anT assistance which maybe required by
I're-emptors in proving up their Pre-emption rights
at the II. S. Land Office. ' 45-fim
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HARDING, KIMBOUGH & CO.,
JJa nnfaet urert and Wkotetale Dealer i
IUTS, CArS & STKAV UUUIJS,
' Ko 43TKaiii treet, bet. Olire anl rine,
- - ST. LOUIS, MO.
Particular attention paid to manufacturing our
finest Mole Hats.
- R: TEERY, M: D.,
ELDORADO, N. T.
r ESrEOTFULLY tenders bis professional scr
1 ticcs to the citiicns of Nemaha connty and ad
both in Nebraska and Missouri.
Jn. 1th. IBaJi , - ' .' -5U6m
J. HART c SON
SADDLE 8e Ul
Oregon, Holt Couuty, Missouri.
Keepoonsf antly on hand all description of Harness,
!si,Ul,.a It rill lea. Ac. Ac.
N. ii. Every article in our shop is manufactured
by oursolve,and warranted to give sausiacuon
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
CEOKUE CLATES. . 3- LEE
CLAYES Sc tEE,
Real Estate and General Agency,
. - OMAHA CITY, N.T. v
James Wric'dt. ISroker, New York,
Wiu. A. Woodward, Esq. " "
Hon. It. WwkI, Ex-Gov. or Ohio, Cleveland,
Wicks, Otic aud Bipwneil, Bankers, u
Alcott k llorton, " .
Cil. Kolert Campbell, St. Louis,
James Jiidgwav. Esq. "
Crawrorn and Sackett' Chicago.
Omaha CityrAug. 30, 1856. vln!3-lj i
H. P. FEN-SETT, J. 8. MOKTOS, H.H. HARIHSO
IJENNET, 3IOUTON & IIAKDIXG.
Attorneys at Law,
Nebraska City, N. T., n Clenwood, Ia.
WILL practioe in all the Courts of Nebnuka and
Western Iowa, "articular attention paid to
tbtaining, locating Land Warrants, and collcccion of
REFERENCE: . ,
non. Lewis Ca. Detroit. Mich;gan. 'v .'.
Julius D.Morton, " f . f ' ,
Gvjv.Joel A.. Matteson, bpringti. Id. Ill
Gov.J. W. Grimes Iowa City, lowaj
I?. P. Kifiled, St. Loots, Mo.: ;.. ., . , (
Hon. Daniel O. Morton. Toledo, Ohio; ; ;
P. A. Sarpr, Bcllevue, Nebraska; . (
Sedcewich"4 Walker, Chicago, IU: ,
Green, Weans 4 Benton. Council ElnflV, Iowa.
JAJIK3 C1RCILL. ' G!tf. W. CARGIIX.
J. A G. W. CAIMULL,
FORWAUDIKG AND COMMISSION
jU E ItCII A iT.
AND -MANUFACTUKEK n Abiio,
Steamboat Lnnding;, St. Joscpn, mo.
OSSIGNMEXTS of Goods and Frodocc
reneetfully aolicitl,.and all business entrust-
e.1 to us will be promptly ana carciu.ij
at the lorn est rates. .
Taylor 4 Shcjilu-rd,
B. L. MeGheei Co
Lirermore, CooSey A Co
Merehants Generally, '
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'bit C. TURK.
CUMING k TURK,
Attorneys" at Lav & Real Estate Agent
OMAHA CITY, . i,
,rrt ...,i r.itbfullv and promptly to all busv
114. v in tho Territorial or
trr.e and ihi.un -.-- . jjtAnea-
OfHcC in the eccnd story of Uenry x. c
fcnildii-s, neariy opjwi. .
Bank, Farnham tret. . ( .
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T&e - Farm.
Work' for Rainj Days.
A WORK SHOP ON EVERY FARM.
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A distinguished divine iniSew hug.
anu once preacnea a sermon, on uie
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moral uses of rainy days. The heav
ens have been Dreachin? so much in
the same strain, the past three or four
months, that the. topic will at least be
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son. and out of season, so that, farmers
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Tino nave not iiau iorecasi 10 proviue
or them, have had occasion to complain
of lost time.
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ine tanner, 01 necessity, pursues
h4 most of his labors under .the open
skies; and unless he can supply his
boys and men with employment under
cvcr, rainy days must be lost.; ' Some,
indeed, work men and
all weather, but the practice is inhu- qUry in the lCultivatort',-.as to -what c
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men are often disabled wherti the nrae-
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fm ,n in .w tC
flarihV will bo reckoned ftrnoftc the
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to the manager of the farm a little
breathing epcll, when he may. contem
plate the progress already made in his
work, and lay Ins plans for the- future
At this season, when everything is
pressing, ; they are particulurly impor
tant. Of a dozen things that need to
be done, it requires a little time to se-
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But the boys must have something
to do on rainy days. Fishing should
not K tho invuriahlo rerrontion: Tf
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tho fnrmpr has a tooUfthon. nnd a work-
Uoch, both boys ,mdWu Trill bo fur-
nished witn 4 profitable employment
when it rains. A few tools are quite
common upon the premises of a 1 an
kec farm, and the number might be
profitably enlarged. . The influence of
the frequent use of the saw, the ham
mer, the bit, and the plane, in making
a boy handy, is incalculable. One sees
the contrast when the ignorant Europe
an laborer is put down upon an Amer
ican farm. He knows that kind of la
bor to which ho has been trained, and
is extremely awkward at everything
else. The boy of the American larm
er, if he has had a work shop to grow
er. 11 UC uaa uau u num oiiulf ivliub
up in, can adapt himself to any kind
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of mechanical" labor -with, the utmost
ease. His arms and fingers are sup-
T)le. and he becomes an adept in all
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that he undertakes.
This kind of physical, education,
which makes a boy ingcnius in plan
ning, and skilful in the execution of his
plans, is worth far more than any pe
cuniary lortune. It makes a man
comparatively independent, in whatev
er circumstances he may be placed.-
Put him down in the wilderness, and
with an axe, saw, and auger, he will
construct him a comfortable house in
a few days, to shelter his family from
the storm. If lie seeks ' his fortune in
the city, he will be ready for any busi-
ness that turns np; and if the best mode
of conducting it is not already adopted,
he will quite likely discover it. -
. Everyfarmer, then, who has boys
v,r nn nrnnnrl nim should l.avo a
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cn. wnrt.il.nn. wll liVhted: and in
unup ' -""J') O 1
tlie winter we41 warmed with a stove,
The building need hot be a' scperate tion performed. A SoscRrBER.ira.'
onc. . A room in; the cribi carriage- hvJ'-C. IF.- ; .
hon?e.' or barn, may ber nttea np at
small cost for, this purpose, borne
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farmers turn their kitchen into a work
shop, 'and here, on the rainy days,
manufactare:tliir yokes, ox-whips and
whifle-trees. But this is a heathenish
practice that no good housewife ought
to tolerate, and we arc quite sure no
Aon n'd will countenance
it . Woman has- her rights, and those
.l:. M rt.niiTVrlir disnrftftd to vin-
,i;at nrlr riirhta to rule in the
t,.,,c Thp Wrrk-shon should be by
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Ci.ir nH rrtcr shnillil rPllni inrouln-
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nnfr Thra should be a tool Chest lor
the smaller and nicer articles the bit-
stock, and the sets of 'augers and bits
for holes of all sizes, from one inch
downward to the smallest gimlet noie,
for the planes, the fine saw, the screw-
.Irivpr. the tack hammer, the screws
and tacks, the ohisels, the rule, the spir
itlcvcl, and due rneasunng tape
' The larger tools the axe, saw, and
augers, which are more frequently used,
should have places, to hang or stand,
so that they maybe found in the dark,
if necessary. - Neatness and system in
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thn ear rf tools and other articles, are
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in'wi.1 nnv in -rnntTi ' ' ' They' are in-
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,-aluable habits, and often lead,to sue
s in lif : tTiron cne side of the
nut.! 5U; i-Iworkbench. on
which boards ten ! or twelve ' feet long
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JiA: !iTf cnnnlrl V.A fnmish-
iiia ac wauru. f i -a. -r - -
Cd with a vice. tr VOodcn. .screw, in
which' all small r artlclesnqay.. beheld
fast fc r thfTpurpose of using the plane
With such a room fitted up tmd 'fur
nished, with fifteen .or twenty dollars
'wprth: of tools, the boys will never be
at a,loss for amusement, and the men
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aays. 'It' would pay fdr itself erery
rear, asiilft from ifca inflnnfiA in' iwitn-
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in? the bova a slcilfal laior and inns-
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a rako is broken, John can easily mend
it. If the hoe handle breaks, he has
a piece of ash well seasoned that will i ;A man withcut a predominant incli
make another. If the cart ladder gives nation, is not likely to be either useful
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out, he knows how to put m a new
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siai. ,j.nere win dc nunareas oi uems
3nse: savca every rear dy a
work-hop, With-this-ftdjunct-of the
, rainy-days will be greater bless-
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to the tarmers. sons than to Ins
acres. New York Times.
From the Country Centlcmnn. '.
Care for Sweeney.
Messrs. Editors I noticed an in-i
Till Cure TUC SWCCncy.. .1 Uaa a Vai-
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u..uiv uuicv tuui r,ao ua.iij autlln,u
tne sweeney, - ana alter trying
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wind, &c, all of which utterly failed, a
uu,. an ui uuitii uitiiy laiicu, ai
friend gave me the following recipe :
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. spirits hartshorn,
1 gill 'sweet oil,
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tuiouLi, ui., - . - r
which .was prepared.' by an apothecary
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lectea pari . 1 naa-weu ruoDea twice a
day for ono week,' when a perfect cure
was effected. It is a certain cure, and j and the tenderness
PaslW trifid hv' anv one having a horsokc m' ' ' ' ' : - ' '-;
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snfiennf from this disease. JOHN Gl
Hollad. ' - CalmsvUIe, Mi. '
Eds. Co. Gent. In the last number
ofyour paper is the question, whatzYI
cure siccney? A few years ago I had
norse ainictcu. wun sweney,
and had l)ecome ouite lame.' I tried
the usual remedies in use in tho neigh-
Whood. without anv change for the
better. I was rcceivincr the Ohio CuU
tivator, and in that was a receipt for
the cure of sweney. I used it with per-
feet success. The receipt was as fol-
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Cure for Sweney. One pint of tur-
pontine, one oz. of Spanish flies,' half a
i r 1 s 1 if i r
Pdnard, half .abound of rosin-
molt the lard and rosin together. As
it cools acid tne nies ana turpentine.
Apply it to the anected parts, and
rub well with the hand. In two or
three days rub again that . iW.ilLake.
off the hair then rub again, and it will
blister. Ifthree applicatiqnsd not
cure.-then continue it: till it' does cure.
It will cure, ! am - confident,3 so much
so that I would not be without the
knowledge of it for the price of three
good horses at least, tor 1 have cured
that many. , bMiTii V ilson. ' . llocc-
J1ESSKS. editors l observed in a
late No. of the Country Gentleman an
inquiry for a cure for the Sweney. i. I
saw air operation performed for the
cure of that, a few days since, by a
farrier in this town, which the owner
ofthc horse inforras.me he has notJ
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lnwn n f.il in n .rn T snail watoh
t.nia MS, nnrl 'RPn,l von the result, if a
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cure,' and a description of the opera-
Hints for the Season.
1. Now is the time- a late time we
.admit to cut all briars and weeds of
various kinds that may be growing in
corners, or uncultivated nooks. ; If the
seeds are mature enough to germinate,
besure.flot.to scatter-'them. .Gather
the plants, and burn the -trhole.-
2. Do not torget to keep your yard
and frard'eti neat. This, fapt :t)ibe
neglected now, bccausejjnost gardens
nave yieiuca neariy au iueyr wm, una
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VCilr. JUl llli.au . J.c-..a nui buii .utiii-
xy . ?1r--i . .
SClVCS I0r next year,', umesa itiey are
destroyed, jjcsiucs fiomeining is uue
to neatness and taste. - . ..
3. Do you pick up all the apples ev-
ery cay, ana u Vu "
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gin at once to do so.
How to Preserre Eggs.
Some weeks since, 1 read a recipe
for preserving eggs u Little end
down, and - packed in ' imuan meat.
The position is correct;. and if you had
added, "keep cool, all would have been
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straight on me nen ipie-auuui uui uun-
ever may be the positioner whatever
- are tne surrouuuiut3! lKL luc ic
main one month i atmqspherQ of
nearly the warmth Imparted by a sit-
ting hen, the constant effort that they
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would . make to take on Vitality,, and
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burst into lite, as a , wtct m ine siuw
man s brain wmatroy tne -germ,
render theminsipid, and fit to be thrown
away.-:.: . - ;Viator,
1 A -tirirl ! .cfnniclios first nnn
Lakca people impatient if he does not
conunue .tne same anaante tey4i
: Be. Wise :?for in- ffaininr? 'wisdom.
vou also Tain an eminpnrft frnm which
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,shaft ofjedonsy and malace can
uyou. . ... . ...iI.r ,i-; ,.
or happv: her who as evervthtnt is
w ' Vr1 . "o-.
, Mankind, in' general, mistakes dif-
ficulties for impossibilities ; that is the
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Ti tU cl'
In the affairs of life, aetivitv ia to
be preferred to dignity ; and practical
energy and dispatch, to premeditated
composure and reserve. ; ' !
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MS, ill) hu trno intArAst Wftll d Hictnt
ig wiser tllan Kine Soloman. and must
e, on the whole, a more worthy hfe.
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nffia nt nni-tllAF ifa Tfv Ti-,M,nn.ln I
record the moment, of gladness, and
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iiitrrnw m 1 ruirM inn kh iiipit 1 r ti 1 m ji
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Adversity overcome, is the brightest
glory, and . willingly ' undergone,! the
greatest virtue. ;e.nncrings are buttiieouo.oy. yieiumg iu uiemi uiougus x
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iriaiS UI gafl.anvBpixiis.; ; y
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the skill and obser-
M AVTHo Him hAi hA fi M Am1 i Ahn I
1,reuuB T lu,J nui "" f1 "
vation ot the -best Dhrsician, th.dilli-
gence andvigilance-oi" the .best nurse,
" -....f ' 1 t ,
11 ' . ;-Jr. .
r,K. scrutralr.c tl;o iliT of n,oa of
irpninsi wo tshall find that act vitr and I
Wistence "are their leading peculiar-
itjeg. ;' Obstacles Vanhot intimidate.
nor labor weary, htjr drudgery disgust
them ' - .1 m::-.
kve not your children 'unequally;
or " you do, show itjiot, lctynumake .
il . 3 aI.' . il ' : " 'I ' ll.
l"y one Prouu, l"e omer envious, ana
toXi foolish, it nature lias made a
difference, ,t is tho part cf the tender
parent to ucip me w cukcsi.
a i l.-l 4.1. - : 1 4.
5rt .i, ne,thvnn-n sr.if ; Ahntl,.r
. buf one wjtneS3 nst thecr thou
" 0 - ,
art!l thousand. . Another thou mayst
-i 1...4. xi. e ii... i .
avoid, but thyself thou canst not
wjckcaness is its own punishment.
There are many people who falter
.and tremble as long as thre is any
mixture of doubt in their minds -ns to
what they can or what they ought to
do. but' who, the moment 'that doubt
ceases, have power and will to dara ev
It is .easier to still the wave of pas
sion than to break the dead sea of dif-
ferertce, which, like the Lake Asphal-
tcs, destroys the. energies of all "that
1. ii , . 1:1 1:1. il 1
ajiproacii il, uiiui, hks iu uiriia iit
are said to drop lifeless on it3 dull
surface, the heart sinks to rise no
more. n .
1 ivr i ' 4. '
I know nothing'which life has to offer
kuuw uoiuing uicu uic ii.is 10 outr
s, S?S profound goodnn-
1 norcrnnri n rr u rn r ri nn snncisT nirnr
OerStanUing, WI11C11 Can SUDSlSt, alter
much exchange of good offices, between
two yirtnons men, each of whom is sure
JL U A i-il OVila 4AAiV-t OUiV J X. illO lilVUU
How easily we read in old books,
wWn mpnu-erfiffiw. nf'tl.e smallest
action of the patriarchs. We require
that a man should be so large and col-
umnar in the landscape, that it should
deserve to be recorded, that ne arose, wiuumsuuiucs tuiuiug iu uiu auuiw 10 ine a.nu nmu, ana usuany tcrmm
and girded up his loins, and. departed edge of this lady, shp gave him a good ating in pulmonary consumption, the
to such a place.. . , .
Politeness, that cementer. of friend-
.1,' 1 ,1 ( 1 I
snip ana sootner 01 enmities, is npwnere
so much required and so . frequently
outraged as in,' family .circles': in near
u c" tuiiuauuus n uuuuuau
i alionilnridH .'.'iiTiii ' t.li n t-ocitl t. ia fnnf oil
i.ewci..v.v.4, .- -..vi . o... ...
i., rv.c. A . -A
i mv iiujiuiiTvi me oici utouui ciiy auu
nun iu6ui.:uiiicu ui jwuamwfi r- ,
,.1 pai and pleasure,--goorl and evil,
comQ t0 from unexpedted sources.
Itis not . there, where we have gather-
I - ' ....
ed up our br
hopes, that the
dawn of happiness breaks. It is not
there, where we have glanced our eye
with affright, that we find the deadliest I
gloom. . WJiat should this teach, us ?
To bow to the great and only -Source
f . , , ... -, , , , , .
, y...-- .
I rp"j.;i:il" .r.
;.r-. r: ' : tf" . -
10 cousuiuhj it-i icvu vunt-iuau,
the best attributes ot the heart and
l.-J ,i t. ..v,!,:;! . TT .V
uei iuu?k luiuviucui nc
would indeed deserve that proud
ested, ' philanthropic, and, above all,
incessant' ancL intrenid in charitably
succouring the weak, tho klyl ; and
tho poor. -..' '.A i.f.-.r,-.
must be devout, , courteous, ani 1 shall nnd out whethcryoudo or not.
nlished. rrentle. e-enerons. and "lhen you think L don t know," she
: pure In word and deed. disinter-1 replied, "but I do : It's my think."
Littlo Folk's Colnmn.
, . ,A Urate Boy.
I was sitting by a window in tho sec
ond story of ono of the large boarding
houses at Saratoga Springs," thinking
of absent " friends when 1' heard the
shouts of children beneath me. f
"Oh, yes, that's , capitai! So wc
will ! Come on, now ! There's Wil
liam Hale I Come on, William, wc are
lave a ride on, the circular
railway, r Do come with us.'-, .
"Yes, I will go with you if my moth-
eris willing. I will go and ask her,"
replied William.- ' ' ;
Oh. oh ! so you must run and ask
1 ma ! Great baby run along and
ask your ma! Ain't you ashamed?
I didn t ask my mother.
"Nor I nor I, added half a dozen
'"Be a manWilliam,'' cried the first
voice. "Lome, go along witu us it you
don't want to be called a coward as long
as you live do you not s that wc
are all waiting for you :
I leaned forward to get a view of the
children, and saw William standing
?un. on? 0Q acivanceu, anu. jus nana
Wlth one foot advanced, and his hand
hrmlv rJenrhed. in tha midst nf. thfr
p 1 1 1 1
J 1 . , I
w n .. j.
Z?' t1 5UDJe? I0TrT.a
nainicr mst-ai iiiat moment. 111s
Hushed brow, flashing eve. comnresspd I
. -t .1 .. 7 . . , . 1 .
1 i 1 Ti inn rrmnrriniT npfi. 'nn rnm tAic i
that word coicard was ranking in his
breast. Will he prove himself indeed
It was with breathless interest 1 listen-
ed for his answer, for I greatly feared
tn0 etji principle in his heart would
. . t
tho evil principle in his heart would
ann ih,n. rt,i i .. tt
rpnl;fwi . ... . b
lT will vol rrn without T nk mv
. , V , .
motner, sam ine nooie dov, ms voice
. , .., ,.
f I promised Ucr 1 wouU
coward eitner. .1 promisea licr 1 wouitt
not go from the house without her per-
not go from the h(
mission, and I should be a base coward
if I were to tell bcr a wicked lie.'
There was something commanding
im nis tone wnicn maue tho chiiuren
mute. It was tho power of a strong
soul 'over the weaker, and they invol
untaniy yieiueu nim ine iriuuie oi re-
4 . ! . 1.1.1 lr.. ,1. . ! .
I saw him in the evening among the
gathered multitude in the parlor. He
mg by his mother s side a
stately matron clad in widow's weeds.
It was with evident pride she looked
on her graceful boy, whose face was
one of the finest I ever saw, fairly ra
diant with animation and intelligence.
Well might she be proud of such a son
one who could'dare to do right when
ail were tempting to do wroug. Ex.
Always Se Polite.
An elderlv lady passing down a busv
street in New Haven, was overtaken by
a sudden shower oi ram. bhe was
some distance irom any acquaintance,
and had no umbrella, bhe was deiib-
erating what to do, rwhen a pleasant
voice beside her said, "Will you take
my umbrella, madam?" The speaker 1
1 - 1 1 ! .11 I
whs a uoy, puruaps ten years out.
lhank you. said the lady, "l am
afraid you will getjwet." "Nevermind
me ma'am lam a boy,and you arc a
lady. ' "But perhaps you will accom
rae to a friend'a not far ofr an(1
then I should not find it necessary to
. .... .... t .
rob you. Iho boy did so,- received
juu. - -tin; uuy uiu rvjttiveu
.1-4.1.- i"i 1 1 . 1
Two years rolled by, the lady often
i . 1 ,i .
a r v v. v i v 4k w V a v a ui u u v f I A a j
wondering what had become of her
gentlemanly little friend, but little
thinking ever to seo him
the dull season last winter this boy was
thrown . out. ot employment, and the
uuuic ..'-" "icu ouu muuuutcu
nim to a gooa situation. crny, Kina-
ness seldom goes unreauitted. even in
o 1 '
a umiusi; jut-r uuee ascu as&eu a in
1 f Ta rrr iT alia Vinrl n amil SVirt 1nrA
i UW tn i u ouv 44 1. v u ovui. K.iiv iuviacu
fliu:r :.v : r.-i:-t.
up iinu uia utc nitu uu air ai asiuiuaii
ment and offended dignity, and replied:
"To be sure I have.1'
"What makes you think you have?"
"Because ! have,"'she promptly re
plied. . :. -1 : ' .
i a i i v
Dut now ao, you Know you nave a
soul?". ..... .
''Because ! do know," sho answered
'Well, then, said he, after "a mo-
mcnt s consideration, "if you know you
nave a soui, canyou ten
have a soul, canyou tell me what your
SOul is ?"
f . . .
r ' hi? ik chn "I amciv tratr-a n ,
. - ..j, j wio uiu,
r anu uon i you suppose inai 1 snow
-nrht :mr ann V
.. . ...
"Perhapa you do. If you wil tell me.
; "Your think F said the philosopher,
astonished in h.3 turn; who told you so?"
"Kobody .-I, should be ashamed if I
,1 did not know that, without being told'
The man who 'burst into tears, has
been put together again.
The men whose- feelings were "work
ed up," has ordered a fresh supply. -
The speaker who "took the floor"
has been, arrested" for stealing lnmbfr
. Woman!; If we have her fo? a
toast, we wont ask 'for any tut-Jutf
. A man in the errantry has- been so
frightened with a mad dog that her is
afraid of tho bark of a tree. . .' ' "
The Dutchman who stabbed himself
with a pound of soap, because his krouC
would not ''schmell" has been" sent
back to Germany; . ' t , . ;
It is unhealthy1 to fall in love with
another man's. wife. Tn Arkansas,
this kind of thing usually "terminates5
in death" the first year.
. The gentleman who "fired at randoms-
did not hit it ; and, in disgust, he lent
his rifle to the youth who determined
to "aim at immortality.
Adam Good has a! bell . foundry in
jjunalo. 'iou3 people are scandal-
mvoI 1W clA-lir ronfln Ti?a . etfrts 1
tiun., ,uuii .wu
. ' v
Uiim Uoou AiciI ouuary-
"John said a doting parent to her
ler insatiabls boy, "can you. cat
. . l
V1,. JlS- .i1?!?!!? ' f 1
tt. j ' , j 1 .7 ; c , .
The gentleman who attempted to cut
l J (. . : A ,
his throat with a sharp joke, a few days
since, has again niado a rash attack up
since, nas again maao a rasn attack up
v,n KU itnillin df.n.irfmf w
Utalihlnn. himsolf wfth anoint of hntr
c- 11 t
Somebody Speaking of the new cent.
,v. . ti,(IV f.ro hmtifnl roin ' all
4.nty.arc a ueauiiiui com, ail
;n?r somcw herti in a deshpratn Imrrv,
probably" because he is on a new
Habits nre as easy cauglit as "yallcr
birds''- Let a circus arrive in town.-
and in less than one week, half the
boys in town -will be throwing somer
set?j and breaking their necks over an!
empty flour barrel.
A school boy being asked by the'
teacher how ho should flog hinij re
"If you please, Sir, I should like tfl
h.ive it on the Italian system the
heavy strokes upward and the ddwtt
Daniel Parsel!, the punster, being'
desired to fnako a pun, extempore.-
"Upon what subject ?" .
"The King," w&s the answer.
"O, Sir," replied Daniel, -"the King-
13 not a subject.
Mrs Partington having heard her
son say that there were a great matt?
anecdott3 in the new Almanac,begged
bini to cut them, all out and preserve
them, as she had heard that when anV
body wa3 poisoned, nothing was' nec-
1 . . . , 4. a
essary out to give mm an anecdote
and it would
A little wretch Arho had, for the firsS
time in his life, heard the ' scripturo
story of Elijah and the bears, sat down
on the doorstep until an eld man went
by, when he called out, "Go up, old
I i n 1 ? rn 1 l t
1 J. 1
ly as he could within the door, he called
ui, nun uihil: un yum ui.iii.
tt v . i. . v
John Thccnix says of sleighing, tha.
"this mode of progression, rendered
necessary by the deep snows,' con
sidcred a great amusement in . the
LNorth. Being particularly dangerous
i pasume 13 very propeny cauca eietgn-
The Garrote Cotillion is the name of
a new cotillion which is being practiced
in this citr. The ladies swing corncTZ.
Having done this, thegenti place their
arms around their necks and kiss then!
on the left cheek. Young ladies
. scrcb, and fall into young gentle-
in. in a ai un, vjuijcuiiu evi.t; juun
lady round the waist and waltz to their
seats. It wc are not much, mistaken
the garrote cotillion will become a
very popular institution. The world
A Dutch paper' in the interior of
expresses its opinion of Fresi
i - - .i f t
dent iuci:anan s
inaugural in the fol-
lowing lucid and concise terms i End
der Dcutches ver samelung wher.echt
I met die CTOSen Inmral foon dor mhanrioEi
I . : 7 - "
W...!,...- -.11 -1 .1 1
uu,iiuui, sun isusri.-incy, tier Kumm-
righdcriemor:raty nicJits i
tty nicJits cum araus
Soon tite! 'Swatsacepc holtimol swe
glasses larger' peer right avay. ' Sec
retary der Sweltzer Chessen foon dcr
Washington mit Jnckson ahufllelxjar
den. 'Der schmidt? Xi! per Tig?
Ni ! Der Schwartzenhovcr ? Ni t
Ein blate limborger mit strongfogof
Ein glasses beer-mit bretzell Soon
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