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DEVOTED. TO ART, SCIENCE, AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE, NEWS, . POLITICS, GENERAL jlNTEIJISIIliCE AND THE INTERESTS 0T NEBRASKA.
CITY OF BEOWNVILLE; NEMAHA COUNTY, N. :Tj THURSDAY, JUNE ,17, 1858.
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R. W. FURNAS,
Scni Story Hoailey k Muir's Biiliir,
(Coraer f -fi irst S.rff U.) .
BROWXVILLE, K. T.
TenTr ifFii i stance, ;,C
at thecal of 6 scantls, 7 Jit
m m m m m I S.C9
.r i. wu! b fsrauie-i at S 1.39 rer
-IlmTtiel tbe tAih awvspatiea the crier,
; t-trii- a
: " p.V.TtS OF ADVERTISING:
it tw' oaa insertion,
r .k J ii si -al i sris
fix iart, e
Uijm Cardi U I Uaes cr
1&S3, Oi JWLT,
Cce-fea CU&at, cm Tear,
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Lalf Ci6!TR, i I c'-iJ,
foenk - -
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ia Cla nao, it r cu ita,
liaeW4exeaI.i'. c're (in alranre,) 5,00
Ca ia adrane wk'.l be retired for all iTerU9e
euaUKept wt-ere wiaal rt-fasitility is known.
Tet jt eett f-r ta.i etaae rul be.aiied t tb
aVcr rates. .v
S airertseaittt will be cormiered ty tae year,
uOta rsr;fed the mxasscript, r preriotts'.y
-e4 V- betwee lie f rties.
'irtrt'i m.-,t Eirkrl ca teforr'orm
-wr ir'J.,ts. wi'.l be eannaed until
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arderea eWc-i chfTi aeor-.tg y
AJiadreruaemeeU i tra saseortraiiefitper
. k ?-. i ia a.irirxr.
Tie pr,;- of yearly iren5?ers wilt be eontB
J . t ta th-ir ctrn b4Jine;aai a'.l adrertise-
m:u i-truialrr tLerelo, to be raid for ex-
eady adrertbert hare tie pririle-e f e bar -in;
i-i i.AA ir--'t-nfr.tj cbarrl double tkt
AdrefCeta;Lti a tie inside excluiirely will be
EaTicx aJ leltotbe Adrertiser OSce Card and
Jv Presses. New Ttt of the latest styles, laks of
a2 colore, leases, i Pfer, EaeU.pe, Ac. ; we
art av rr"red to execute Job W ork of erery de-serptk-e
ia a style unsurpassed by ay other ofice
is tie I'ti'd t-tales. . ,
. PartscaUraitentioiwKl b-pvAto orders faom
I stance ia barinr t'-" promptly attended to.
The Prrrtr. hios bad an extenjjTe expe
rieaee, will rtV leif lrwni'' ttenti&o to this
braack of bas.aes. and hope, in tbeir endearors to
k..tS in tSm excellence of their work, and
Mausiu cbarres to rweeive a share of the publie
MISS MARY TURNER,
I'lLUIIER A! ID DRESS MAKER.
TCia-Tt Street, one door above Cartons HaxJu
BUOWNVILLE, N. T.
Eor.ncts end Tnmmir.gs clvays on hand,
C. V7. WHEELER,
ArcMtcct- and Builder.
mrr tzlz?. a-
Tj. c. jonnsoij,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOUCITOR IN CHANCERY
Real Estate Agrent,
- . VILLE, N. T.
Coa.Vi'ni. Jessap, iloatrose, Ta.
B. S. DenttT,
Wm.K. McAllifter, - -
Cba-.ss F. Fo-Ier, "
R. W. FartiA, DrownTil'.e, 5. T.
- O. F Uke, - "
Ksy 7, 1W7.
JOSS K,. f il.ltr, - i-iv.
I. T. YTliyte & Co.,
wholes aL as airaiL PB.l.t8 I
MY GOODS, GROCERIES
! - BROWNVILLE, N. T.
' l : j. hart & son
Crecon, Hoi: County, lliasourL , .
Eacdle, Lrid'.es, Ae Ac.
' 5. Ii. Erery article iBoarebopUmaauIacturwd
ey oarlT.nd warranted to srtTesatisfaetioB.
Attcmcy dud Counsellor at Law.
CEXIILLL I5SCTiANCE AND LAND AGENT.
3rn2iLASiiA crrr, e-. t.
1TTTTX attend rrf.mrtlT to e!t bnisness ectmsted
V to bieeare, ia Nebrvska Territsry and West
ern Iowa, ----- - -- - -----
September 12, Tlnl5-ly
E. S. DUliDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
itCBIX, EKHiBDSO J CO. K. T.
mtX rr":'- In the 4-everal Co arts of tbe 14 Judicial
t-.-t, aci hrrezi-i to i ma'.tem cnrfcted with tte
trot c- s. V"x. HtLrJtsait, 1EJ-. ot Netr?ka City,
0 Q- a1-
i'.l a;rt r in the rriec tUa td isiporiant 5u:ts.
bej. 13, 'J7-I1-U'
1 M I
Hill te'ect lxodi, fTTsuf l tt.es, pay Uri, &c.
titter is Cjuisu or NeVrota; tsr, nsd enter
UUea canuiiuc; inresx im p-rvtxrt r, hirer
tell tt.. uxae. and wiil in t.ve a hiJ earrect
j-Uu bl Wvitti:pt, cocat.e. -c. ail land wc St
reet to etsvry, mslwtere dessrei wui tartii jaxus L
i&t is li ta; the iiase.
B:nj lie !ei :t:er ia lie eaonty w: in all
cun be i ie t pre fell a&l reUabie iui -ii:u'3-
A4in X. L. Coate. eiiher al B.-aTi:.e or Xeti t
C:tT, Nrai Ternlorr. tat-tt-rl
Will prictioe ia tie CurU of Xeraitanl 3Tortk
Xescrs. Crt w. Jf cCreary a Co.,
Ilo. Jaoies 1C. HIl
II oa. J.iin R- Sbevly,
St. Lo'Jii, X.
St. Jos-; h, Xa.
Boa. &iiu Wooj a.
JwSee A. A. Bradford.
Kebraika City, X.
Surveyor ancl Land igent,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.,
VTiil attend rronjrtl ta tbe w'ecik aad loe-
tioa cf GorercifieBt latdi in tbe rmiba land dit
triet: aarreyinj town rites, acd cabdirid in; lands;
draf iicg eity piats, and all ether busiaesa of a Gener
al J-arrtTor. lit wi.l locate wvracts on uaie i jc
dlitant dealers; tie declaratory auteieaststt cf in
tention to pre-eni4 ; make oat f-re-tnpaoB paper:
and always oa band to lock oat cusu igr actual set
W.W. Sa?er.'il. D, New Tork City,
Kewal t Within;tn, Boston, Mass.
Ker.T.W. Howe, Tataskala Ohio,
Lu'tbangh k Carson,
arWiiankerZ UrownrUie, S. T.
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I n Tl P n d TUfiTTDCnri
J. U. it. CL D. D. 1 ilULirUll
Red Estate 5i General t Cl'.eCtiu; AgCStS,
Agents for Ioira Ins. Co Oskalcosa,
biuHM enirasted to oar care will wieet with
emmet attention and warranred ourrect. Papers prepar
ed lr persons wisbinx to pre-empt, Declaratory ataie-
ments mace out, etc., etc.
3-Ofice ea First street, norta of I.T. Wtyt av
J W. G"imes, Ex-Goremor Irwa
T. L- rVic - do MiMocrl
Aeun A aUnf do
r. s. lirrt h. Co.. G'.enwooi, Iowa
G. Poo-b r Coonal Biuff. Iowa
April 8. ISM. rtr41-1y '
. A." D. KIRK, .
Attorney at Law,
f ind crat and Xotarr i'uuuc
Archer. Richardson Co., l.
WillmetUeia the Courts of Nebraska, assisted
by naniicf and lJennett,eoraxa.ity.
W. P. LOAN,
ATTORNEY . AT, .LAW.
LOT AND LAND AGENT,
Arcrier, nieharfiscn Coanty, N. T.j
wmnivo. a. C. KIKBOCGH K. T. TOOJCEX.
HARD1KG. KH.20UQH & CO.,
Jae"tirtrer.J Wloletale ieaere (
HATS, CAPS & STRAW GOODS,!
No 49 Kain street, bet. UJiTe ana fine,
ST. LOUS. MO.
Particular-attention paid to manufacUrLxg oar
Eaest Mole Hats.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY. ,
J. V. LAX.
ClavoB eJCs 3Lroo-
Real Estate and General Agency:
omaha crrr, it. t.
James Wrirht. Broker, Kew York,
W 1 Vn.iwrd. Esa. "
Hob. R. Wood, Ex-Got. of Ohio, Cevcland,
Wicks, Otic and Erownell, Bankers,
iW't A H.-.rton. 4
Col . Robert Campbell, S U Louil,
James Eidg-way, Esq. "
Crawfora and Sackett, Cticajt).
Omaha City. Aag.36.lS56. TlnU-ly
tt.r.igssrrT, j.b.moktow, x.a.Hx&MNo
BENNET, MORTON Sc. HARDING,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
.Vtirciia Cu'y. .V. T., cni Glenvocd, Ia.
TTTILL practice ia all tbe Cocrtsof Xtbraska and
V Western Iowa. Particular attention pail to
cbtaininlocatinj Laal Warranti, and coll ectknef
Eon. Lewis Cass, Detroit. t:,.v;..
JnUusD. Morton, f lKl4,S
Got. Joel A. Matteson, SpringSeld, III
Got. J.W.Grimes, Iowa City, Iowa; . , .
Eon. Daniel O.Morton.Tolcdo,Ohioi
P. A. Sarpy, BeUerae, Nebraska:
Sedsewicb A Walker, Chicago, 111:
.Green, Weare A Benton, oancn i.bes ,towa.
JXJTXKSGN- r. CASADV, ) Jf iBTIS V. lTtS,l
J AS. . TEST, JAS. . WTTITE, K
ConncilBioiTs,Iow. ) NebraskaCityMJ
CASSADY, TEST, RIDEN & CO.,
(Successors to Eidcn fr White.) '
HATING made arricgemerts by wlica we will
reeeire accurate copies of all the Towasiips
embraced in the Easteni portion of Nebraska, we
are no w prepared to offer oar senrices U the 1
: " Scuaiicrs of .Ytlraska Territory."
Tn rahnr Declaratory Statemerjfcj of Inten
tion to Pre-empt. SecunK Pre-eiai-tions,
LiOcatiiiK Land "U arrax.t-
. AND' ENTERING LAND.
Land Warrants nought ana Sold.
LAND ENTERED ON TIME.
Farticnlar attention paid to Baying ani Selling
Property oa commission: Also, to making Collections
and forwardicz remittances to any part of tat Union.
Blacks of all kind alwars oa hand. (
Ron. A.A.Bradford, Nebraska City. .
Messrs. Dolman & West, St. Joerph, Ma., -Peter
A Keller. Washingwn City
Thomas Lumpkin, "
iii 11) ilU ill 111 liiiU, Let us ccntrfcr a abort, spai. 'the SSLn, Ty. 1
SOLICITOR L CUJ.CERY. with the past, at the coantencemeni of fof tve power cf tie recpls to pursue piir e aer v!r w k.e
Brownville. Nebraska. . Ue -lerntorial organizations of : the ufnwJw!f L.t ' Afkym.aa.tncus.1-
JAMES W. GIBSON,
SecondStreet,bctween Main and Nebraska,
BUOWNTILLE, N. T. " 7 .
Crlzstloa cfXeT Territories.
I lb Ink we have been slotrly asd- cca-
sistently apprcachiiig tie gTeat doctrine
of pcrular eorereirntTerer since tie. in-
cipiescy cf cic ciitiosal crutence,'nd
tion and leirniM dwcussica ia th rreseat
Ia the orpuzauoo cf tie first tcrntory,
rr ttr-' -
rresiGeai, tonress, ana tjrorernor. row,
only about levea are appointed by all
those high powers. Tien, tie Governor
and Judges were tie law-rnakinj pover,
now tlie Legislature. ? '
At hrst, Coaqreis reserved tie nebt to
disapprove of tie laws enacted for lie
Kuvtriimem n uie peopie ; now suta pn-
vilej-eand restriction are abandoned ani
organization, when the time
arrived when they were allowed the pri
vilesre of electing ia part a portioa cf
their Legislature, lie voter must I - tie
owner or ntty aen s ot una. Deicre ,oe
coullerjoy tbe privilege of saying who
reoresentalive cl the neDla. In cur Or-I
. , "T f '.
c 5 110 JJCa restnciipns are inaen-
ed; but tne xtrj opposite, wnica allows
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former period; and that is, to permit the
foreigner, who Las only declared his in-
more treeaora in elections tnaaai any
tenuous, to cast ns sun rage .untramraei-
led, fcr wbom he deems proper. .
M first, the ciuzens of a territory only
naa tne privilege electing tne memDers
cf th.j House of . Representatives, who
were reqairea to possess a property qua-
liScatioa cf two hundred acres of land,
before tiey could serve the dear people,
and tie Territorial Councilmea were re
quired to be the owners of five hundred
acres of land telcre tfcey could serve,
and t3en wre appointed ty tne Congretta
of lie L tuted States, and not at any time
by the inhabitants. r - .
JNcw, the Legislature and voters are
free from property qualifications, and both
branches of tie Legislative Assembly
are ciosen by the qualified voters of the
.v... j. .....
Then, the laws enacted by the L,egis-
H Assembly had to be sent to Congress
for approval cr they were not the of
LUC loxiu. . . .
Under cur orranizaiion tie Legisla-
ture has the right to pai all needful rules
and regulations pertaiaing to the best in
terest of the territory, without lnterfer
ence on the part of the General Govern
ment. The Governor could convene. pro-
rogue, and dissolve the Legislature at his
Pleasure witiout tie consent of the peo
ple r their representatives.
pi low he can only caU special sessions
on extraord hoary occasions; and cannot at
any ume dissolve the Legislature without
Then nearly all the ofneers were de
pendent uroa tie General Government
for place, and tierefore had to obey their
r. ; v; M n nrm,w
i.iit.Li 1 j a ajl ii iruiLit'iij aja-a aa a w avaaw
inreferecce to their omduct mJ cUons
c-Sc allv. or U Uhead..M Whr
moniously and on snort notice. . . .
At this time, tne great majority cr tne & j- .
officers look to the people for support and "hat is thought ? A fountain from
place, and are accounttble alone to them, which fiovs all good and evil intentions
and even the appointees cf the President a mental flood, electrical ia the force and
think it their duty to consult tie wishes of rapidity of its movements, silently flow
tie people, and seek tteir enmmendation ing unseen within its avenue--yet it is
and approval to sustain iand support tiem. tie controlling ppw?r of animated nature,
At first, tie Delegate to Congress was and tie chief mainspring of. all our ac-
elected by the Legislature, and therefore, tions. '
far removed trom direct responsiouny. to
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the people, and was partly equivalent to
heincr elected bv the Congress in which
ne servea, S3 tney enese me vyouncumen
of the Legislative Assembly. .
ii uns ume me pec pie nae uxv i-iui
and privilege of seiectaig the maawnom
tneywant 10 represent tneir wants anu
interests ia Congress, and of whom tiey
can require ooedience to accompnsa uieir
desires in uie nauonai naa ci me govern-
v . '
vi a uirwi.T LH;iiiij it as o-t-ut-u uii
Congress'htid the entire control oyer the
governments of tie territories, and claim-
ed the privilege of enacting such laws as
tney might deem essential ana necessary
for their government, in ail their rnuma
pal relations. iNow that doctrine is Demg
strongly contesiea apa enpri maue: to
the people rule and "leave them perfect-
ly free to form and regulate their domes-
uc insiiiuutms in uieir bwu tuv.
The time is rapidly approaching when
tie Organic Act of every . territory . will
be fco framed tnat it can easily oe under
stood as aa "Enabling Act" allowing tie
be taken to ascertain when they may
It 4 l IfcWA lUi tit. -4w-4tA i. Ct A J VjUi W VVSAW
have the requisite population for admis
sian into the Union of States, the Legis-'
latare to .make provision by lato fori a)
when adopted shall be sent to Congress
n l Y.a rrt.TitOi1 l-iPrn?Att ia tbf fVinstf-
pation through the express will of the peo
pie to be ruled and governed bv it.
xne sifts ci tae ussaKuie progress
fjonventioa to frame a Ujnstitutioa wmcn 1 oa a luxurious coucn witaout jt
shall be jiubmitted to the vote cf tie peo- cut it down as a thinsr to be
pie, for their approval or ' rejection, and If you cannct get tie window
male by lis territories torards ht true
principle or Squatter' SoTerei;pty since
the first crgzsizatioa cf terriiorial orerxi-
nent, incline cs ta tie belief thai the
period is net very remote srhen Congress
will acquiesce as to lis nztl cf tie peo
ple cf new countries beiorgic j to tie
g-orerxaeiit, ta assemble peaceably to
gether for consultation and action, and
tirougi conventions c? their otrn calling,
to take tie initiative i' steps, which will re
sult ia a -complete territorial or22ai2a.tioa.
nrst appealing to Uor.resa
td gut t nor
bitedtyittotie States are reserved to
the States respectively or to tie people."
Those powers, net expressly given m J
it, or necessarily flowing from tiem, are J
retained by tie. original source of power,
.Both tie National and State coTern-
ments are formed by tie consent and de-
,vn: - fr. ,Va n?a.
tt .v., .v i
and that no rigit can be cancelled, abrid
ged or restrained by Congress, or any of
ficer of tie United Slates, except where
the power is given by the Constitution.
Ia the i ederal. Constitution all powers
are in be ccmidered as rroiibited.whioh
not e ipressiy or incidentally confer-
' n- t.?i.t .
- Ailc people CtiEg uc source wi ail yvv
dl of territories have
j. 1a -rt.fn ,vP1 vht. nl tri
,0oe fn v Mlt.OT .vOTKnra
leges is to deduct m tat powers tney nave
ted to General Government, and
remader asCenaiaed to be
,t,: --t, v.;t tr,P, rnntrnl
L nd amclv sufficient to iustif v them ia the
nrnir;T,t;nn nf tvA rnvpm.
ment iatheir cwawaVt vi'bvit first
consulting with Con gressasto tie propri-
ety of such acourse. ia accordance with
their reserved rights. .
llaving arrived at a full and complete
organization by the election of all officers,
except such as the Government usually
appoints fotjhe Siatesthen the- territory
would be ia the same condmoaanu stage
of proceedings as to their readiness fur
action as territories organized by the in
tervention of Congress, and after an el-
ection under an Orranic Act,
Trio nrriiT!rJrtmru in! Uma fnr
iPrr;torial nnn as wpH in or.p rasp as
a aiw ui-kJivuiiuuwiM a. ew1 Sim t v aw
tae otner. ana tne iunas Kept eououF
b f PDoiritea 0fecera
Ue government, who could be made res-
pcnsible for the proper discharge of his
Hiiti in tho niil vir .
; A tn -...ire" f
flccrSf nQ fears need be apprehended, as
appomunems seiuom aua largely 10 . me
talent of tie territory more than in num
ber, as the past experience would prove.
The people would certainly possess the
same good sense and qualifications mat
they ever had ia the States from which
they emigrated, and be as well prepared
to carry oa a government, as ia any oth
er territorial organization. 2 :
What is crime ? A wretched vagabond
. , .
iravennj: iromriace to piace ia inuuess
. " . - r ;.; i r.
uirw isu. u v m ,w.a e uo i
" 1?, .SK iZ
! v. A a w m w
tat is nappmess t A cuttemyt mat
roves from flower to flowr in tie : .vast
rardeaof existence, and which is easer-
iy pursued by tne vain mummae ia nope
of obtaining the prize ; yet it continually
i evaaes uieir grasp.
, vyt js fashion ? A beautiful enve-
lope fof mortality, presenting a ghttering
and eiteriorf me appearance of
hkh gires no certaia indication of the
Tpai r u ,t mntampd therptn.
; i . I I iidl 12 lb 14, I XX CLiLi aVAUi; UCVCiOC
thnt hirh: w prhi m finer and arTpjih
wten partaken of at the expense of cm-
ers; tat use(j &t our cost it oecoines
bitter and unpleasant. ' "
- p. a Swedish journal says : : Dr. Rhodes,
physician, has set to music the palpitations
ieij 34 arregular beatings of the neart of
female who is a patient iathe hospital at
XJpsaL This disease, written ia musical
notes witn ocaver3 . ana semi-quavers,
forms a of waltz, and is one cf the
1 curiosities in pathological anatom
Open your window wien you retire
w I SJV UV OAUA Wtr AAA UtUWA) v i-"" . m
will die with sins enough uarepented cf,
- if you do all you can to- promote health.
Better sleep in a barn vri,h plenty cf good
air, than in a' splendi41y furnished room
up or down,
smash out a pane cf glass.
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- 1 it is leared mat tne late neavy irosis
will cut siort the peach and strawberry
jo t wciacy. -
He slrtfjlcd U Xm tei. Sestnssled &ean
Ta preveat tiat, aa bol aat Blicate3;
Srt, as luIttcalT lijJitalac aeard her exilaXia,
Ati Hr 1 aad off ka routed.
Bat wkea ae rttnrse4 vi faeraiuA Uzi,
! SiboviBtf clearer tLal ae vaa Xrcbled
, Ad Uirwttesel fcy main tarce to carry ter
Ee criij, 'Sioo't, i &c yor letlov U'ltl.
- m k eettr ariroacted aa p4 fcn at feet,
Prajiat Wad, a cLa tl raaleJ,
Skat abft al4 farsr tiza aa4 try i be raneet,
Xad tat j, "cia'fro ! aa4 Utt dear fu-I rcca&ie. .
"See aertv we caa UTe, wOt a l4axer ta roaa,
He uii, aaaa't we, ut earp aol taey aaanied!
. " COXTI5UID.
ksA ptatZj beasaed orer taea Iutc'i re-ctoed raj
. fTiai anc(rooa and trle t ttis balladj
Ee LK " w, "1
Q ljTIy San-
tae cloe of tie dr,
He pi acked bet tb swetet and loreUest Eiwr .
.' Taat Dearl tte pata waere ttttj wandered.
Isd wnea tae exclaimed, '-Lei cs torn t:ozi this bower
And roaa. aear i&e pood' den tbey poa -erel.
and wcea tae clad sua kid bis radiaat aga(, !
AM whra the frvc a "jxl eTeaisx aad croak e
Said tae bride "As tae aooa is jast peeainx la sigtt.
Vetl walk roBBd tbe slope" aad taey sloped
Old time sertlr passed e'er tte banes (J ibis pair,
Jfr and ar perplexity dasnted, ..
And wbea tbe meek nnsaand aiked wrhat shall I wear?
Sbe answered, "Flid pint" and he panted (
-was bis wardrobe her care,
seemed to her wicked )
And when she broaxnt linen, so aUinlnf and fair.
Sayt&g, "wear tais, pick wby, be dickied I
And vbea a bhxht had of di rtaity came
Ta (laUdea the boate where it tarried,
Tbey pat to a rote that the yevna stractrs nase
"Sweet Carrie" shaald be aad 'twas carried.
" Totter day as I was twining
. loses far a crowa to dine la,
. What, of all toinss, "midst the hes
S&oakll lighten, fast asleep,
Bat taeliitle desperate elf,
. The tiny traitor. Lots himself t
By the winxs I pincaedhija np
Like a bee, and ia a cup
,. Of lay wine I sank aim.
And what d'ye think I did I drank aim,
' Faita, I thonjht aim dead : 2Coth!
: There he lires with tenfold gleef
: -,." ' Aad now Uas mumeat, witnhis wings,
I feel aim tickling bit heart-strings.
A Pcizlbs ',,Poae.',
Properly punctuated the following non-
Uense becomes sensible rhyme, and is
doubtless as true as it is curious, though
as it now stands we admit that it
curious if true.
I saw a pigeon making bread ;
I taw a girl composed of thread; -
I saw a towel one mile square;;' .
I saw a meadow ia the air;
I saw a rocket walk a mile ;
I saw a poay make a file;
I saw a b!acksmiia In a box ;
I saw an orange kill aa ex ;
I saw a batcher made of steel;
1 saw a penknife dance a reel;
I saw a sailor twelre feet high ;
I taw a ladder in a 1 le;
I saw an apple Cy away; '
I saw a sparrow making hay;
' I saw a farmer like a dog; :
' I saw a pof py mixing grot
I saw three men who saw thee too,
And will confirm what I tell yua.
Lucy I wonder how , it goes to kiss
those creatures with a horrid
Mary Vhy la I Lucy, of course I don't
. Lucy-AVeU. I'm ss tsU boot
I brush and try il
Lucy finds out and the scene closes.
. . . .1. 1
Teacher Boy at the foot, spell admit
tance. ' .
Teacher Give the definition.
Boy -Twenty-five cents nirgers and
children half price.
q ; Khisde, daughter, whistle, and you
XL have a cow; I never whistle in my
i;fA T rWt -ri;tli mrv n wri';t"l
daughter, whistle, and you shall have a
husband; I never whistle ia my life, but
jji whistle if I can,
A witness was called to the stand to
rnve his testimony. Having . taken his
place, he turned to cousel kt the bar, and
w.fnr 0, TO erTB.iiv
1 w1 J t ewij , aikaiawva, mauv mmv
ft 1 00.
Jt wasnt bad in a young lady of our
acquabtance, who, when requested by
an old bachelor to take s seat upon his
knee, in a crowded sleigh, who replied
"No, thank you; I am afraid such aa old
a seat would break down."
An Eastern exciange says : Two la
u;.. .1 n; ; " .v ; 1,..
Tme er3f S
ies wirf truvpHrT in thf rar Tit irpplr
ried, but I heard tiat my husband was
; I . o ' :f,t,' v ,
kiuedt in jfittsburga, and 1 am going
'Well, Ive got a dead sure tirng on my
husband, remarked tie ether, . "for
saw hint buried five wt;eks ago.'
An eld Dutch tavern-keeper, who ha
his third wife, being asked his views
matrimony, replied, "Veil, den. yoa see
tne nrst ume 1 marries ior . love aat
wash goot; den I marries for peauty dat
..1 t. ... . . . ... j C ....
ptaib-wi w, Bjuiguui ue wu,
aea dis tune l rasmes lor money, and uis
jr fvnfc - r i 5-.
Frea tbe CleUad Hraid. )
Eirlj Dais cf Frccr:2i:::i .
Abct two years since, tiellenul con
tained aa account of aa eld peer ca tie
early history of Freemasonry, written
sometime ia tie fourteenth century, aad
discovered a few years since amocg tie
ancient manuscripts in tie Eriiah Muse-
a. Ia lookmg ever some ell vo'ames a
few days since, we chanced ca a fitting
companion to- tie poem in tl 1 shape cf
certain questions and answers Iitive to
Masonry, written by Henry i. cf Lr.g
land, and putuisied in tie wcrks
reiga cf Henry Yiil.
Acccrcicgta tr.e manusmpt, ireema-
sonry is tie "skill cf nature, tia under
standing cf the miit that is tisreia, ar.d
lso the skill
cf reckonings, weights and measures cf
making Louses and "al odier tiTges
tiat make guide tomanne."
jlasonry commenced ia tie . cast.
wience it was brougit by tie Yenecians,
wio spread it wherever tiey traded. One
Peter Gower, a Grecian, becoming ini
tiated in Egypt, formed a lodge ia Greece,
wience tie art spread into France and
JLngiand. Masons hav'e from tune to
time communicated to mankind such cf
their secrets as migit be useful, reserv
ing those tiat mirit do harm ia evil
hands, and those tiat were necessary to
keep the unworthy cut cf tie craft. Tie
arts taught mankind by the Masons, were
Agriculture, Architecture, Astronomy,
Geometry, Numbers, Music, , Poetry,
Ciemistry, Government and Religion.
Tie first Masons received direct from
God tie power'tjf discovering new arts,
and tie craft still retain tiat pctrer. All
discoveries made by those out cf tie craft
wPTmal.rrV,n -v;!,t f1?nn. frw
out new arts when thev rle'ase. The ae-!
crets concealed by Masons are
finding new arts, and tie art
secrets, so tiat tiey conceal what tiey
cioose from the world, but tie world can
conceal nothing frota them. Tiey con
ceal the art of wonder-working, tie pow
er of wonder working, tie power of pro
piesying, "tie arte of changes, tie way
of wynnage, tie facultye cf Atrac," tie
skill of becoming good and perfect witiout
tie help of fear or hope, and the univer
sal language of Masons.
Several other points are treated oa in
this curious'relic, but tie most interesting
portions are giveo in the above brief sy
nopsis, which may probably interest some
member cf tie "noble science."
An Intelligent Wltac55.
Not many years ago a criminal case
was tried in which one Ben was a
material witness for the state. The
charsre was that one Foster mada an at
tempt to kill one S. with a four pound
. - t. . T. . .
weisjm. lien was a stout stronsr man.
with hue lungs, and not in the habit of
refusing a social drink with a friend. He
was only a tolerable good natared fellow
when he had "a bnck m his hat." and
easted on the details of fisticuff with a
good relish. Ben was called cp- by the
state, and politely requested to tell all he
knew about it, . Alter squaring himself
round a time or two, and adjusting bis
quid, he began ia his peculiar nasal
"Well, we all went in to the sale tiar
was a big crowd thar some was drinkia
and some wasn't I was. Judge, sortar so
myself. Well, Noel Hales was tiar try
ing to buy an old spotted sow tiat run
cbse to him. Noel is a good feller, Judge,
but he am t smart; he went to Jackson
orlst, and his daddy got out of sight, and
he went about axing every man tie met,
'whar s daddy !
"be cn, -Ur , tell us all about tie
" ell, as I was saym Ioel wanted
the sow, and was afeard he . couldn't buy
her witiout getting some one to stand for
him, and I told him if he would make
safe I'd do it or die; and he said he'd
pawn his fjun, but it was at Wingate's
shop to bJ fixed. I told him, 'all right,
Ivoel, it shan t break squares wiih us, no
how. Well, Noel he bid three dollars
and a dime, or a quarter, and I can't say
wnicn, n portfire.
"Go on, sir, if you please, about the
'Well, give me time to fetch it round
ngnt. Neil, JNoel didn't get the sow,
because John Wall bid mor'n she was
wuth. Well, then the next thing a cow
was put up, and Foster bid ten dollars
and a quarter for her, and she was knock
ed pn to him, t oster said he only bid ten
dollars, and S- said he bid ten and a
quarter. They got to disputia', and I
thought enough had been said for a man
to fight oust, but Foster took iL They
kept on iawerin', and at last S. told
Foster he'd be ef Ee'd scrupluate.
t oster said ne d be ef he d comboli
cate from what he said. Well, about this
time I felt dry, and went over to the do?
rery with several, and we all tuck a - stnf
ennt. 1 tuck mine witasweetenia , Jude.
Well Noel Hales seemed hurt about not
getting the sow, so I sap, 'Noel, let's
have some music to make us feel better.'
Sez he, tBen I know you are a friend to
me, and ef you il get Abe Lard to play
'Cotton-eyed Joe,' I'll treat to half a pint.'
Well, ia this time we hearn the fuss over
the way, and went out, and who should
we-see bat a. lying down oa tae piezzer,
and Foster as pale as skimmed milk. Sez
i,nen, let s nave a iair cgnt.' &ome
one said, Bea, they have already fit."
"Mr. , did you see the fight?
"Well, I can't say as I did, because I
didau . . , '
Hew still it is.
long grass, and r.
Tie wind frf.! cp tie
cs tircuh tie gnsat
swaytr.g w:..ou under which I a-n sir.irg,
just as r ' 'yas tiat cticrtreer c? tiro
fi e yeiii ilat lie ia tie shti.iws cf prt,
and stirs my heart wivh tie ell ntcn.or;?s
it brings upca its wings.
Twelve years ago, I sat here just as I
do now. lata greatly charged, tut all
around me is tie same; tia far c J hiUs,
wii their blue, miity tops, are s'.vitie4
ia folds cf white cI:uJs; tie green nex
dws, with tie c::untrr s"njiir.e f ai!.ii g
liV-? sweet the. :V?
r sr -.as
l; iv n
I rcmtmlcr it all.
iw, fer there are ncn to hear
me butthe tirds iathetcp cf tie great
willow, and it wi'.l r.ct tlir.urb Ler sl-ra-ber.
No, no, tiotgh I sit here with one
ana wrapped clesdy around the Tave
where the tears cf my manhood are falls
ing thick and fast, as tie tears cf my
ciilihocd dropped upca her beea; 1
know sie will net wakea.
I remember it astiough it had happen'
ed tilsmcrnir g how her cod, scft fia
gers csed to drop like sucwilikts ca my
hair, and her lip s murmur sweet ties
sings ever me wiii every nightfall. O, I
am a rich man new! The dews cf rbht
fall ca tread acres, and tie spray c
racin: washes this moment lie k
my proua scups; cut l would give many a
goodly acre, many a treasure that reep
deep ta tie holdi, to lie down cne eight
under the old garret nficrs, with "that
sweet ssrarh fice lending over me, with
i , . .
its prayerful kiss, just as they used to do,
",u tiocmca anaiii.ea
r.. 1 1.1 1 1 r t .
bove r h.lt yc-r memory lives
way his feet have trodden, and Ii3 has
cause to thank voa for this now !
Look over the shining bastions, sainted
tere. wiii my
cieeks pillowed ia the cocl. mciit rrasa.
Here, only tere casting ca all my man?
hood, can I
a .child asm ;
never know me,
We snail know each oticr cp 1trt, toq
where tie snow blossoms never wilier
cn tie everlasting hills, and the autumn
never braids us scarlet frinin? throuch
greea eternal summer. Your toy
wid come to ycc, and from that land
which is atTar orf, we shall go to more
out forever, mother- . -
It is our business to cultivate ia
uunoa, 10 rear to tne utmost vigor an4
maturity every sort cf generous and ion-
est feeling tht belongs to our nature
To bring the dispositions that are lovely
in private life in:a the service and conduct
of the commonwealth; and, as patriots
not to forget we are gentlemen. To cul
tivate f nendiiips, and not incur enmiiies.
To te fully persuaded tiat all Tirtue
wiich is impracticable is spurious; and
ratier to run the risk of falling info faults
in a course which leads us to act with ef
fect and enerrrv than to loiter v.t r,r
days witiout blame and witiout use. lie
trespasses upon his duty who sjeeps vrc
his watch, as well as he tiat gees over tq
A young poet out west, ja describing
Heaven, says: 'It is a world cf bliss, fent :
ced in with girls.
If that is true, and we are so fortsnata
aa to go tiere, we intend to ask
sion to sleep in tie corner fence.
There is much good sense and truth ia
the remark of a modern author that no
man ever prospered in the world without,
the co-operation of his wife, ,If sis unij "
tesia mutual endeavors, or reward htj
labor with an endearing smile, with what
confidence will he resort to his merchan
dize or his farm, fiy over lands, sail upon
the seas, meet difficulty or encounter dan-
r-cT It V.1.... I. " . , '
(j.-, not spcnain' raj
strength in Tain, but that his labor" wiifbe '
rewarded by the sweets of heme I .
Oa tie arrival cf aa emigrant "siio.
.rvw a - t s . . r. a
, uie art ct m. v . i mj.
some years ago.wien tie Noni Carolina r
lay off tie Battery, an Irishman, hearin?
the gun fired at sunset, inquired cf cne ci
tie sailors wiat that w as.
"What's tiat? "Why. that's sunset !'i
was the contemptuous reply. -
sunset : exclaimed Taddy with dis
tended eyes "Sunset! Holy Moses!
and does tie sun go down in this country
wan 6uui a oan as mat
' rtr '
Tell me, ye winged winds, tiat round '
my patiway rear, do ye not know seme
quiet spot where hocpa are worn no mere?
some lone and silent dell, some b.and cr
some cave," where women can walk tirep .
abreast, alon tie village rave ? The
loud winds iissed around my face, snick
ering, answered, "nary place."
' mm Sana. aaaei sssa
A country clergyman, preaciicg a very ;
dull sermon, ret all his censregation
asleep, except a poor fellow who was gen
erally considered deficient ia intellect. At
length, tie reverend oratcr, . locking''
round, exclaimed, "Wiat all asleep but.
this poor idiot !" "Ay," quoth the fellow,
"and if I had not been aa idiot I should,
have gone to sleep too."
The Memphis Appeal predicts tiat a
half crop of ccttoa will not be raised in
tie Immediate Valley cf tie Mississippi,
ca acccuat cf tie great floods.
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