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.: BEOWNVILLE, "NEBRASKA; .KUESDAYi . MARCH 15, 1860.
attorhey at law,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY ,
. AND .
Ileal Estate Asrcnt,
. brown villi:, n. v.
' Koa.Win.rtiip, i!oLtrcie,P.
. U.S.CaDtiy, " "
Joii C Miller. Chicago, til..
, V V .il.-r
. V ForBa,UronTill,.T.
i Cabinet : XTagon-LIaker
T'.fn Street. bet. Sixth and EeTenth,
nuoiTS : villi:, r. t.
lllklnli Af eiHnet work netly executed.
rr&purtnitf w plow, etc.. promptly done.
J. B. WESTON,
. ATTORUEY AT LAW,
rOSccon Mia Stref. one door tbore the Post
Irownrille, Drcembcr 1, 1859.
C. W. WHEELER,
IrcMtect and Builder.
.MRS. MARY HEWETT
V.UKIER AfID D3ESS MAKER.
run Street, one door above Carsone Bank.
UllOWNVILLli. N- T.
.Bonne c7ic Tramming alucays on hand.
JAMES W. GIBSON,
Second Street .tetwrn Mam and Nebrla .
nROWSVILLE. N. T.
T. l. TALROTT,
: DENTAL SURGEON,
lUrxrz located bimlf in Urownville. X. T, ten
i.rt hil.r0ferton urYicci to thewmmuntt.
Ail job warranted. ,
- drTd. gwin,
llavin" nerniancmly located in
BROWNV1LLE, NEBRASKA, '
Tot the practice of Medicine and Surgery, ten
i derail in proreiioniil anrvices to the aCictcd.
OOo on M.tin Street. nxZ
A. JS. IO L LA DA Yt M. D.
.Ierectfn!Iy Inforwatia frleu! i" Browntilie anJ
aiiue:iae t-n"J that Tie haa retimed the practice .f
Medicine, Surcrj, & Ottclrlcs,
' and topea.by trw:t atten;in to lii prufefsion, tu receive
utxeoeroua ptrnge lerettiro;e extended tnbim. In
: cea where It ia poaibi rcxpeiieut. a preaci lptiun
a.ln-will be June OCke at Ci:y Urug Siore
reb.Si,'69. 5 ly . . . . ..
v. t. M'fliir.
O. B. EIWITT. . E. tUOXl$.
McGary, Uewctt & Thomas,
All.OEKEyS AT LAV !
SOLICITORS LY CIM"CERY.
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VTill ?rictice in the Court of Ketraska.and Xcrib
Meaara. Crow, ITcCreary &Co., St. Xynlg, Mo.
Hn. J4tue At. Uaj:h8,
i:on j ,sm u. tbcply,
Hon. J jraes Crtiz,
' Hon. Silu Wo. in,
Ilofi. Smoe! V'. tiack,
8 F. Nuckolla. Esq.,
Cbeever Swfctk. Cw..
R. r. Knrn
Browmllle y. T. Oct. S$. 1868
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' St.Jonejli, ITo.
G . H. ILCCX.
VILCOX & BEDFORD,
Srowsivillo, TCT. 17-
Laxd Warkasts Loaned ox Time
From One Month to Ten Years,
Land Warratita Ixnncd to Pre-emptorf ; T:ixes Paid;
CoMect lour made; Reel Ktte Boucbt and S)ll ; IanJa
L"cteJ; and Kafe Invtstrncnia tuatle for Eastern Cap
Italisti. ' '
All Land Warranta auld by ca are ruarantcd perfect
la all retpoc'.a.
Acres of Choice Lands,
For Sale in Nemaha and Richardson
Tbeaelanda were selected and located immediately
after tbe Lund Sie, and are atnougtt tbe niust valua
ble L-tiitl. in the Territory.
We will fell them at low price, and on long time to
HLCOX & BEEFOUD,
Brownvllle. X. T..Iec. 8. 1863.
Mrs. Ilcndgcn & Miss Lusk,
MILLINERS AND DRESS 5UKERS,
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First Street, bet. Main and Water,
RROWNVIM.i:. N KB U A SIC A,
mf, Ilri-Drt ttet and Trimming alvayi on hand
L. LI JOHNSON, ML P.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
. Office at V. C. Jubnaon'a Lw Office,
First Street, between Hain and Water,
Of every description, for sale at
- , SCHIITZ & DEUSER'S
South-east corner Mam and. Second,
TSjO. ' f-ntll
SlitS ADD UMIffi
JOHN: W. - MIDDLETON,
KROITSTIEEE, 7a. T.
s-n UKRFBT Informa tbe pnblie that he baa
f ' located biniself In ihia Citr. and U prepared
- t0 erve tho in want of anyt hing in hU line,
haiae'.ei'ted hia olt witb care ami will muufacture
. I article of eerj-ttjiuit nerea-. lie ueeui u un
asary toenomerate; but will keep on baud eveyarli
ltaiually obtained In Saddle and lfrnei ahopa.
. - JOKX V. illDDLETOX.
BrowtiT!:i W.12. n46-ro
m m c-sist iil
nTiii rented tlse liiteret of Like and Kmmoraon in
Br. nvin S cm Sw and ' it Mill, announcra to
"tti public tbit he i preinred r NccumiMjte the
'riteni.f Itrownviile and em ihi Cutaiy wi;h a an-
rir nnalltr of Jntnber ..fall kiuU. Xlfo wub the
6'1l Hill, to serve ail In tl. U tlni.
Tue mtrket nrtce at ail tinea rld for ls'C end Corn
The bniafIalf Noel. Like Kmniprn will be
"''ed by Hei ry Like. All future buineac ndncted
r the undrMined. JESSK OKL.
Jlrownville Aprlllth. ly
IEI1IS ill SIS
JUST SUITS THE PEOPLE.
?IIEY AltE Or EVERY GRADE,
Made of Good Stock.
AUD OF EVERY PRICE.
fna lie U bound to Sell Tor Cusli,
or Exchange f or Hides
Peltry, rnrs. etc.
CALL AND SEC HIM IF YOU WISH
TO SECURE CHOICE
' " SELECTIONS.
Wiea, Gentlemen and Childrew in wantctany kind
rinif.irt!.e,lcet. fbnuld not tail t go tu UEX.
"f' tlly will rind an lmmcLfe atock of well iiaae
Loois, &!toes. Gaiters,, and Ladies' .
''-b for cbeaprcMi ai,d excei:eice be r'eje Uuself
be Hirj.aitcd ia Ml uf r er ctcatry.
JOSEPH L. ROY,
!S j IEtL is an lE
DROWXTSLLE, IV. T.
Clocks.. Watches & Jewelry.
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Would announce t thfsttlzena of Brownvllle
ii. fend vicinity tbat be ha located biinscll in
fc.iwLaBrownvuJe. llll!iBteIid keeping a fullatort.
uieiu t everytbliifc In bli lltifuf biiti(ieia wbicb will
beaild low f.ir ..-b. lie will alaodo all klnda f re
pairing d clock, wtcbe nl Jewelry. All work war
CITY LIVERY STABLE.
iniMunwi in tii niihilc rbat be . nreu&red t accoro-
u,At i.l.iiiii with t;.irii;icp and Curciei-; to
reiher with Koodofe boien for comfort and eate in tra
vel ling, lie will also board horseeby tbe day. week or
June 10, 'M. 60tf
3S-5:aI IM STREE T,
(Orcr Settle i. (jreeiibaum'a Clothing Store,)
1 Erowavlllc, II T.
be proprietor would npw-tfully inform the )iib
'sth bu ojcned upiuil eftivbliclud fi-r tbe re
Xr tof the innrninn,nt tlietibove mentioned
place. all can be o -mumodated with the bct
of Vinej and l.i)uo.a. and enjoy tbe nothing in
fluenre T the lte-t qit-itif of rie;ar. A first claw
I'hrlHn'c IVtent Ciubi nation Cushions, with nil the
moderm iuij r rcuienta. i alo on tbe promises fr
the etip yujeut of all vhu deliarht in thin jrontleinnn
IjandKieiitifivtrtMne. JiVAX WOUTHINO
Life Insurance Company,
.Incorporated ly lit Slale of Connecticut.
Capital Stock 200,000.
.With Inland ii)preainjiorj'Iurfctipt.eoure
It Invented nnd-T the !ani;ti n and approval of tbo
Comptroller of l'ullio Accounts,
OFFICF.RS AND DIRECTORS:
JAMESC. WAI.KLFV, President.
JOHN r.. lir.VCK. Vice 1'residett.
ELI AS tilLf. Scerrtary
AlfrM Gill, Daniel Phillips, John L.Bu nee,
Ii.PbMl.ret, J. A.P.utler, . K. IK IH-kerman
N.Wheaton, Stn. Coit. XeUcn llollistcr,
James C. Walkloj.
S. B. Hereford, M I, Connltinjr Physician.
A. S. IIolladur.M l. Medical Knuninrr.
Applications received by K.AV. Fl'RXAS. Ajr't.
nS-tl Pronvil!e. X.T.
CITY TETJITK STOEE.
TAS5ETT & CROSSIilAir,
Traveling & Packing
VALISES, CJRPET B.1GS,SC.
South West corner of Pine and 3d st's,
Saint Louis, 3Io. . .
wr- All .11 Aa.yAa
K m awwy cri put j'i ci i-iifcv un mi wino
lit !in vxir line with proniptne(f anrtonihe
) iTTl vrlii miikl itim.iittiif terim. Oar itock is
laree and cmpleieand all of our own
niancfactarinp. Th-e in want of articles in our line,
(wholesale or rctal!)wi lido well tocive n a call bet-re
pun.ha.vinc ele bei e. A share of public n-tron-apei
JAMES HOG AN,
BLAXK ROOK SiASCFACTURER.'
Southeast cr. Uitd arid tocustSt's.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Allkindof RlankU xik rn1if thebet paper ruled
to any palter, and ew?d in tbe new improved patent
Eli3A.HIES P3HI0DIGAL3. T3IUSIC.&5,
bonii.1 In any (trie. n4 at the tbortr-st nrt ire.
Itavii r brn awardJ te Premium at the tt Mt
cbnic' Kal, hefofie-ndidert in Liicrint sJTt-fjeriPB
to all who miv ive t-.u a. call.
July 12J.IUS. Iyv3i4
D. :A... C iO.Ta STABLE,
IROIT, -STEEL, -NAILS,
CiS riNGS,. SPRINGS, AXLES, FILE
C L A C-KSMrni'S TOOLS
TUird Street, between Felix andi:ui;3o!id,
SAINT. JOSEPH, MO.
Wbich Le sella at St. Lou I prices for cash. : .
Highest Price Paid for Scrap Irca.
teceuiier t, lSSJ.-ly.
jc-fiN.r. kinxkt. . - . cam. k hollt.
KINNEY &. HOLLY,-
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
m:huasa city, t.
tVlll practice in ilia Court, of tbia Territory Collec
tion auii criminal businei attended to tbrouzbout Ka
brtska, Wfcteru l.wa and llUaonri. Will attend the
Courti at Brownviile.' ; . , v2n33-Sm
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AltCHER, RICHARDSON CO. K. T.
WILL practice in tbe several Court of the Judicial
Oiatritt id attend tall mitter connected with the
Profession. VVm. McLennan Esq., of Nebraska City,
willalt mein the firo.-ecutinti of Impoi tantSulta.
aept. lo. '67-n-tr
OrFICEMai St, Eattof Kinney 4- Holly' t cjfflet,
Nebraska Ciiy, .T.
Persona who contemplate building can be furnished
wltb Ue.Mttns. Plana Specifications, itc. for bulldinvtoi
anycla or variety of atyle. and the erection of the
ijtne nperintendedir dired. Trcmpt attention paid
baklaenfroui a distance. 6111
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
li 0.I6 3 Vine St..bet.TourthiaFiftii.
Cincinnati j 0.
C. F. O'DRISCOLL, &. CO ,
jl TnnufacturerKnd dealers in cw;, Hook and Job
1jL Type. Printin? Pregaea.Caaep.lS.illiea A Jfc.
Ink, mi-l I'rintinir Material of Krr f)rerrU:0
sTnurTYri(; . r iikind-l!ook Muai"!
i Atent Medicine l!recUon.Job.'ood KnTeTinirf
hi.. fc. . ' . :
Brand and Patterii Letters, various styles,
17 5? "if: T ATT v?
sr. Joseph; mo.
WILLIAM CAUEEON, A. II., Principal.
Completely orpanized as a first class Female Coatdinc
and Pay School. Number limited to 125. iricledirijt 25
boaidera. sholatic vc-r ci'ininpnciup fir-r Monday In
neptember. tr Catalogue, wlik Jul. partlculara. ad
dreHh tbe Principal.
Augaxt ih IS59. ' ;.: v4n4!f
Pioneer So oKMctlery
' Council bluffs, iowa.'
william f. kiter, .
Would rw?iettfully inform tbe citiiena iu "Western
nwa and Nebraska that be hsia openc t a first class
Cindcry, and tbe only one erer established in -this
section of country, lam now prepared to doall kinds
of work pertaining to the business. '. .
Harper'. (Jrahaui'a.Oodej'ii, Peterson's, A rtbur'a
liallou's, Frank Let!ie',' Knickboeker, Wa- "
verlj, Hunt's, and i'utnam's JIa Raines. .
ew York Ledfer, KallouVPicto
v rial. Harper's Weekly. Sciea
; tifio American. Yankee'
' ' Notions, In?ica' Keriew. Lei- ( .
lie' Il'ustrated, Ladies IJepository,
Ladies : Wreath, Atlantic Monthly,
JIuie, Law. Pook, and A'eir.paperc, or
books of any kind, old or new, bound or r bonnd
in tbeujot approved tjleV en short notice and low
prices. Obi family Bibles rebound to at to look and
wear equal to new. .
August 21, 1859, ' n7-ly
DROITX &. CLIXTOX,
Forwarding & Commission
No. 78, Nonh Levee, St. Louis, Mo.
Orders for Groceries and Manufactured Articles accu
rately tilled st lowest possible rates. Consignment tor
;;!;sn.,;rtrI:,.Timc:it respec:a"r solicited. Shipments
of all kind will be faithfully attended to.
Messrs. Gil Rea fc. Co
, Hirtlott. ilcComb A. Co
Gilbert. Miles it Stannard
ITon. T II Uufflntrton Auditor State of Missouri
Messrf Malonr, Bro'a iCo JfewOrIeans,Loulslana
JDacisi.n Ksq., , do . do
Messrs ITlnkle Guild & Co, Cincinnati,.
. F Ham mar &C ' do
Brandell & Crawford Lomsrllle. aty.'
Woodruff illunlinEton, Mobile. Ala.
n.Billines. Itar., : ? Beardstown.lil.
Maylg, 1858 45-3na . - .
A. D. KIRK,
Attorney at ILaw,
Land Ageat and notary Public.
Ru!ox Richardson Co., JY. T. ,
WiI),)racticeiD tbe C nrls f si.-t-iN"cbraska.a
i"I ir linirind Hennett.Xehrask:-Oit .
MAIN STREET, '
KCDRASKA CITY, XCCXUSEA.
T. I. GODDIN, Proprietor.
Senpmber. 20.1859. tr.
Important to Farmers.
Messrs. James Cbillen it Son. Publishers Philadel
phia, will cend any Agricultural tVmk pllblibed ia
America postpaid, on receipt of tbe retail price.
I3IIAI.I RE AVIS,
UF.AL ESTATE AGENT,
'falls !ity, Hichirdon County. Nebraska
nesa inirjstcdt biscre in Richardson and adjoining
couuiier, aixo to iijo ara ins oi ucii, pre-enipino pa-
. m o r . r . m .
per xr. . r.. invv u Ti4i-m
Isthis the way rnyfjither? ,'Tis, myebiid,
Tbou must pass tbrougli this tangled, dreery wild
If tboa wouldit reacU tbe city undcflled,',
'. ' ' ' Tby peaceful home abore. '
Bat pierces are rcccd I Tes, child, I know
Tbat wbere thou least expects, tbou'lt Cndafot;
But ictor thou stall prove o'er all below, ,.,
' 0al7 seek Btrens:a abve.
ITy father, It U daik t Child, tak my hand, V
Clinj close to me, I'll leal thee through the land j
Trast my all-see'. ir so sbalt tbou stand
. , iXWht f lory bright itovs.
tfy footsteps seem to slide! Child, only raise '
Thine eyes to me, then, in these slippery ways
I will bold up thy going j thou sbalt praise .
" Ma r&re.ca step, abore.
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Oh, father, I'm weary! Cblid, lean thy head ; '
U?on toy breast. It was my love tbat spread
Thy rugjred path ; hope on, till I hare aald " -;
' r "Rest, rest, for aye. aboTt.'
Esn. Franklin's Inicsrltj. L
But few have it in their power to do as
much good or evil as printers. We know,
they all glory in Dr. Franklin as a father
and are wont lo mention his name witq
veneration. Happy, would it be for them
if they would read the following with a
resolution to imitate it: r
Soon after his establishment in Phila
delphia, Franklin was offered a piece to
publish in his newspaper; being very bu
sy he begged the gentleman to lear - u
for his consideration. ; The next day the
author called, anI asked his opinion cf it.
Franklin replied: 1
VViiy, sir, I am sorry to say that J
Inink it highly scurrilous and defamatory.
Being at a loss, on-account of my pover
ty, whether to reject it or not, I thought
I would put it to this issue at night,
when my work was done, I bought a two
penny loaf, on which, with a mug of cold
water, I supped heartily, and then wrap
ping myself in my great coat, slept very
soundly on the floor till morning, when
another loaf and mug "of; .water afforded
me a breakfast. Now, sir, since I. can
live comfortably in this, manner, ; why
should I prostitute my press to personal
haired and party passion, for luxurious
living." . , , ; - . ;
One cannot read this anecdote of our
American' sage without thinking of Soc
rates' reply to King Archelaus, who had
pressed hini to give up preaching in the
dirty streets of Athens, and come and
live wi:h him in his splendid court:
Meal, please your majesty, is a half
penny a peck at Athens, ana water 1 can
get for nothing
A. W. ELLIOTT,
SEEDED EPOT '
Cor. Kroariivaj- and Tasi Street.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Havini? purcliaaed the entire irurfery tock of John
Sifjeroonfii Bro., I am prepared to iter to the public
the largest and best selected stock f Fruit Shade, and
Ornamental aees, hruim and plsnta ever 4red or
sale in tbe ret. Me .-re determined toTer sucb in
ducements U tree piantw aiid the tra! a.-i will ensure
tbe most entire atisfac:ion. Descriptive citatoftucs will
be furnished, and auy information given, br adJreesinjr,
A. W. KLLIUTT,
. Soffit Imxus. Jo.
JTtiTstbcr C5, t3-Iy.
, A story is told of a very imminent law
yer receiving a severe reprimand from
the. witness on the stand, whom he was
trying to browbeat- Ml was an important
issue, and in order to save his case from
defeat, it .was necessary ' that . Mr. A.
should impeach the witness. He endea
vored to do it on the ground of age. The
following dialogue ensued : '
Lawyer: "How old are you?" ,.i
Witness: "Seveuty-tvo years."
Lawyer :, VYour memory, of course, is
not so brilliant and vivid as it was twen
ty years ago, is it V
.... U'itness: "I do not know but it is."
Lawyer: "State some circumstances
that occurred say twelve years ago, and
we shall be able to see how . well you caa
remember." . : . ,
Witness: "I appeal to your honor if
I'm to be interrogated in this manner ; it
is insolent." . : ; ,: j. :. - .
Jude : You had . better answer the
Lawyer: "Yes, sir; state it." . :
Witness: "Well, sir, if. you compel
me to do it, I will. About twelve years
"u studied iu Judee B.a office, did
o J y '
you not ?"
: Lawyer: "Yes."
Witness: "Well, sir, I rememberyour
father coming into my office and saying to
me, Mr. D., my son is to be examined to
morrow, and I wish you would lend rne
fifteen dollars to buy him a suit of clothes.
I remember, also, sir, that from that day
to this he has never paid m. that sum.
I bat, sir, i remember as though it was
Lawyer (considerablya bashed) : "That
will do, sir."
Witness : "I presume it will.
i Every judicious and observant man
will concur in th following views, pre
sented by th.3 editorof ene'ef-tbe best
conducted journals in the Old Dominion,
the Alexandria Gazette:
Many pecple estimate the ability of a
niwjpiper, and the industry and. talents
cl' its editor, by tb3 quantity cf editorial
matter which it contains. -It is compara
tivelyan easy task for a frothy writer to
pour cut daily columns of tzordsvjords
trpon r.ny r.nd ell subjects. Ilia ideas
my in "cr.e wealc, ',Tishys evjrlict
ing food," and his comnrand cf- language
may enabl hirn to string them like onions
and yet his paper may be a meagre and
paor concern. But what is the labor and
toil cf such a man who displays his f lead
ed matter" ever so largrly, to that impo
sed on the judicious, weil-informed editor,
who exercises his vocation With un hourly
consciousness of its responsibilities and
duties, and devotes himself to ihe conduct
oF his paper with the same care and f.'ai.
duity that a sensible lawyer bestf,AS UpJ0
a suit, cr. a humane physician Upon a pa.
tient, without regard to iOXV or display.
Iadeed, the mere wp.ing part cf editing
a paper; is but i small portion of the
work. The industry is not even shown
there... Tiie ;car,fc the time employed in
seIectjRgt J3 far more important, and the
tuct of -d good editor is belter fchown by
his selections than anything else; and
tbat we all know is half the battle. But,
as we have said, an editor ought to be
estimated, and his labors understood and
appreciated, by the general conduct cf
his paper its tone, its temper, its uni
form, consistent course, its principles, its
aims, its manliness, its. dignity, its pro
priety. .To preserve these as they thould
te' preserved, is enough' to occupy fully
the time and attention cf any man. If to
this be added the general supervision cf
the newspaper establishment, which most
editors have to encounter, the wonder is
hew they can find time or room 'to' write at
all..; .. .- v. . - ;. : : -
Fna at ITorac.
Don't be afraid of a little fun at home,
good people ! Don't shut up your houses
lest the sun should fade your carpets and
your hearts, lest a hearty laugh should
shake down some of the musty old cob
webs there ! If you want to ruin your
sons, let them think that all mirth and so
cial enjoyment must be left ou' the thres
hold without, when they come home at
night. When once a home is regarded
only as a place to eat, drink and sleep in,
the work is begun that ends ia gambling
houses and reckless degradation- Young
people must have fun and relaxation
somewhere; if they do not find it at their
hearth-stones, it will be sought in other,
and perhaps less profitable places. There
fore, let the fire burn brightly at night,
and make the honie-nest delightful with
all those little hearts that parents so per
fectly understand. Don't repress the bu
oyant spirits of your children; half nn
hour of merriment round the lamp t;zi
firelight cf home blots Cut the remem
brance of many a care and annoyance du
ring the day, and the best safeguard the-y
can take with them into the world is the
unseen influence of a bjigbt little domes
When a girl marries, why do people
talk of her choice? In ninety-nine cases
out of a hundred has she any choice ?
Does not the man, probably the last she
vtould have chosen, select her?- A lady
vrriter says: "I have been married many
years; the match was considered a very
good one, suitable in every respect age,
position and fortune.' 'Every one ' aid I
had . made , a good choice. I loved my
husband wheu I married him because he
had. by unwearied assiduity, succeeded in
winning my affections; but had choice
been my privilege, I certainly should not
hare chosen him. As I look at him in
his easy chair, sleeping before the fire, a
huge dog at his feet, a pipe peeping out
of one of the numerous pocketof his
shooting coat, I cannot but think how dif
ferent he is from, what I would have cho
sen., My first penrhant. was for u fashion
able clergyman he was a flatterer and
cared but little for me, although I have
r ot forgotten the pang of his desertion.
My next was a barrister a young man
cf immense talent, smooth, insinuating
manners; but' he, too, after talking, dan
cing and flirting, left me. Either of these
would have been my choice, had I so cho
sen, but my present husband chose me,
and this, I cannot help thinking,, must be
the way with half the married folks of
my acquaintance." , ' , ,
.Two drunken fellows were walking
along in the rain. The drunkest one then
tisked : '
"Dick, (hie) does-er rain (hie)?"
In course it rains," said Dick.
The answer was apparently satisfacto
ry, and they proceeded several rods far
ther, when the Question was at?ain nrn.
. . --- 4 - - o r
pounded by the anxious searcher after
jrmh under difficulties. : '
"Dick, I ayD(hic) tell me does er
"Johnny," said Dick solemnly, "I'm
afraid yer drunk; in course it's rain
ing." V '
In a few minutes Johnny was again
troubled with doubts, and sought to solve
them. ';,;--.'.: : . :.
"Dick, seems-er me (hie) ser-goin'
(hie) er-rain (hie)!"
Dick exasperated "Johnny, yer a fool.
Don't yer see it's a. rainin.' Can't yer
jfeel it rainin. Johnny?"
"Scuse me D (hie.) I aint much ac
quainted ia town (hie)
Lawtirs require the rnntaNrital tem
perament, to give them intensity cf feel
ing and clearness of intellect; lar Ev
entuality, to recall law case3 ,and deci
sions; largo ' Comparison, to 1 criticise,
cross-question, illustrate, zvA a-iiucd si
milar cases; end ;hrge Lirr-age, lo
give freedom of speech. .. . !.
'.Stattsmin require a large and. well
balanced intellect, to enable them to sc-e
through great pub! is 'measures, nr.:!
cheen th a Lest course, :o2;l.:r v.iia
high narrow bends, to crake them disin
terested, and seek the people's goad, net
selfish emoluments. . - . ;
PnrsiciAKs require large FerceptirCa,
to study and apply anatomy and physiolo
gy with skill - find. success; Constructive,
iiess, to give -rfiU in surgery; Combati
veness, 0 render them resolute ; Cauti
ous'Vss, ta render them safe; and a large
uead, to give general powr cf mind.-
N A Clteg YMAjf requires the mental
temperament, to give him a decided pro
dominance nf mind over, his animal ten
dencies; a large frontal and coronal re
gion, to give intellectual ' capacity, and
high moral worth, and the spirit of devo
tion; large Adhesiveness to make all who
know him love him. . . . !
EciTons require good perception, to
collect aud disseminate news; Compa.i
sonto illustrate and criticise ; Combati
veness, to render them spirited ; and Ide
ality, to give" taste and elevated senti
ments. , '. . ' . .
MxitcnAiTTS require Acquisitiveness,
to impart a desire' and tact for making
money ; Hope, to promote enterprise ;
Cautiousness, to render them safe; Per.
ceptives, to give quick and correct judge
ment; Calculation, to cast accounts; Ap
probativeness, to render then) affable;-
and Adhesiveness to make friends of
customers. V - - " ' ';
MxcnAxicg require ' strong constiiii-i
tions,to give them 'muscular power -and
love of labor ; Constructivenes3 and Imi
tation, to use tools with dexterity, make
after a pattern, and easily learti to do
what they see done ; and large perceptive
faculties, to give the required judgment
of matter aud its fitness and yhysical
Some twenty years ago, there' was an
old darkey named Cato, living in the east
ern part of ITorth Carolina, near the
mouth of one of the rivers that enter the
Pamlico Sound. Cato was a ferryman at
the point, and bis master allowed him a
certain portion of his wages, with an
agreement that : he might purchase his
freedom for six hundred dollars. He had
saved up three hundred, and handed it to
his master, and rejoiced in the possession
cf one-half of himself. One night, not
long after, as he was crossing the ferry
alone, n violent storm arose, i His boat
was tossed about, and finally upset, and
Cato. after great exertion, succeeded in
reaching the shore.' The next "morning,
he presented himself with the following
inquiry : ?4Massa John, I want to ax you
who owns dis nigga?" "Why,'-1 .own
one-half of you, Cato, and you own the
other half." Well, massa, won't you
please buy back ray half?" , "If you de
sire it, Cato. ' But what has changed your
mind so suddenly?" "Jest please hand
over dern three hundred . dollars. . Come
mighty near getting drowned last night.
Nigga terrible unsartih property." ".
A s. 1 1 1 1 t:-o:e ir
killir is that v.Li-h ii c
nuC3 c! 0;
number cf thtrcvl l:'.-("s ef t'-'" T
tree,'which much return! hi xl.i 5" -and,
having well ti:;:eartd t:. ...i
kind cf bird-lime, xy strc i.
aimal'j Tray, ta!;;r j care . b t!. .
his raw cn cno cf the? ir. " : -i:ivcs,
and Lis fai W sett!---1- I'. "
. t -,
.in ue:u:ee... ...
crstDcfeiiihisebbctly tJ.Uii:'' it r
his fac?, thereby s-.r.r r-.ri"? the rej-'
likhe over his ncse'aed .eyes, end gb-irg-
the eyeliJs tegetr.er. Ly tr.is Le-i.a
f . 4 ,
treacherous lea. ;s, and is bewildered. Ithi
the novel inconvenience; 'then he rclls cn.
the ground, and rubs his he.d an fsteo ca
the earth, in hb e .Torts te gel free. Vj
so dofng he only ad .Is fresJi itrd-l.nesL.ta
his head, bedy and lis :is,ar.d s?-! Jtir.a.:
his sleek fur tegether-is. unsig'.aly iuhs,
and finishes by hocdwinkirg hi p,5?!! .so
thoro'ighly with leaves and bird-lb;? t'ut
he lies Hvunderirg ce the greur.J, t: '.r:ne
up the earth with his claws, utterh? I :
cf rage anu dismay, and exhaust, i ly iha,.
impotent struggles in which he hes ,be-;ntJi
so long engaged. . . Thesi cries are a $ g-.
nal to the authors cf his misery, who rea,
to the spot armed with guns, lews er.di
spears, and find no difficulty in dbiiu.chv
ing their blind and" W earied foe. Jrf.
hdge's IlU:!rJ Yc;
f 9 '
Here is an illustaation of the vicissi
tudes of fortune; A few years ago one of
the most active and successful men in
the city of Hudson, was Leonard Wells.
Every thing he touched turned iniz mon
ey. He once made 10,000 in an hour by
ithe purchase and sale cf a peice of real
estate. Fifteen years ago he was worth
$70,000. Shortly after this, luck turned
against him. He lost $34,000 by buying
istock ia the Hudsca and Berkshire -railroad.
This was followed soon, after by
other losses, caused by indorsements,
in less than eighteen months be was re
duced from affluence to poverty, f rem b
ing worth $70,000 to being worth not a
cer.t. He now lives in Albany, faming
a livii g for his family by peddling cai;dy&
They have a "mysterious skatj;- over
in Springfield who is the admiration of
the hdiej, aud of whom they exclaim--
-Oh, how graceful, don't h? skate
sweet 1" - ; 1 . v
Poor paymasters should learn wisdom
froni the mubketo, who always settles his
bill the moment he finds you.
Ta, they tell ns about the nngry
oceau; what. makes the ocean angry V
''Oh, it has been crcsszl so often." ' ''
What tree represents a person who
persists in incurring deb:s? Willow (will
owe.) . , ;
The following is a good one, laid to
have been produced during the recent le
gislative excursion in Ohio, under the im
mediate inspiration of a drink composed
of equal portions of Monongahcla and
Ther union of rye. end Hie uniun cf corn.
Tie union with lake, ice. and ilver; '
Tae union of aug-ar in ne pacioua born,
AuJ taeir uniUssiua uaiua forerer.
. Culture or Tcbr.cc3r,,'-!
Jfsssns. EuiT'jTS I eri Jr.iirj ii for 'na-,
uf Jan. 12ib. concorn'n t-jbioa '.
-I hare bad Dm) little cxperionco jrtriiin; cfty,
crop, nt I ulwar? ',k tiri l nhr.t (..her filM,
l.ayo djnc, it t. no mora thm fair t- it I s-h ) I git
all thel&form.ti&n is'iijj p'.wer to other, i Lnr cor--wpoodent
wiibci tg kzjW iior to rrcrora t;i s.'ii
bed. . - - ' , ;
Onr mod j is to rk'c ouj a p-;t wVlv J Ual ct-..
posed to Cu!d wind, ay the south tida of s b'-.i'l-aj'
cr fence, or if ia te opoa lot, rrctci it f- sri ra?,-
from IL vizid. ,..-' ,
If practicable, mrt'iro well tba fill lefru v:!a .
and plow in few in-l.e. depp. In.tb pr. t,
soon as tha :r st is oul Cut gr-,Lr.d, barn 3 ': "tv
qumtitjr ti' Wruth on tl.i b' d t k;;t alt Xh- w-cl
oedj and jrraj ni,d warm tba tn.l ; then ti: it t
clubnand fow in tt e sjfdj.
A bed 4 bj SO feet will reqmrar a -r-t'9 brt
aboutba'f full of seed sous 3 sty a t!;i'r! jlafil i th
kiuii mil bat great ra my cuJ ftt t j ruilstt .
ani tJO Ja.t nam'?d qiritiy'u not cu-uxt. Vh
tin j-,!.in 6rst appenr tivy rs n bij-'T .
pin bd bit they grow vi rffz nil ia u!; ut 19
muttliS if tb weather is grwl will b r.adj ti sel.
on. .M'e )f.-ncruliy we? t tbe bv.l ubcut fjur tiinti,
bfor taking'out any pUati. .' After o c!t weo j't,.
on d tmp dy we to w oi: abou. four quaJt .f f uv .
do and plaster ronu! pnrf i, to a bd of tb a; c".
named, bat bo Teryearfcl not to fow ii whea thc
i.a propabilify nf tha iua co;ninj ont in, aJ i
that place (he guano will burn up your l UnU.
Tie land cannot b muds tM rtch.lu; u'ual'y pV,
about 30 or 4:JIjjcf mtnuri to the ac-n-, ant VI a
lb., . 't'ornvian Runo in the d.'lll. 'Al';cr tUa hi
is barroei well, we tali? a lnirVer. ?ct th t'-f '
3 1-2 feet tpartand go ever thi-hud' to 'cuX U,'
rowg. . . . , '
A imall plow come3 nfter 'makir a sba-Lv fiirtrw
ia whicb th guano iitown and covered ty pufi;.?7
two Hsb i farrows cn ton of it. WenmSt.it 2 J-'
feet ?rwt t . row' and at ca b 5n?t-r" ti"n te-.ka
hill with a h,e patiini: d mo lightly iea 'd -nr"
lha flrt rain ict ouc tbo g'zud.', Swma j -J'lj,
do notnjo guano, but we i hi tit lliayj wcil. 'A
dy soit r'te the best tfbaj"o.
: Another OTe!pondorit t-duts to know bowtosii-..
age hi tobacco after stripping. It ia pai I i .
holding abt ut 400 7b. oich by uic a screw or le
ver bon itgei thrc-njrh tho.?:it. I: it r t ',
for me till year has ebip-'.-d from tbe tits it wni
parked. - A fian-n not acquainted w'uh 11; itr'..vlv
would BU-poe it wai spoiled if ho cxi-nl- t it f Y:
noing throub this: prrco..-c. for it nevmi ta bo r.-UcA-btit?hould
not h9 dtcrb-'d tb uh the ou'.i-..i or ;
tho cao is frejuent'y to I ctyoa crsa -?3-.':'y Ics- i
your hand on it. 1 -
I ara notmacb conreriirt wUH tbe wiuf'urlri
procesj ; a practicibij sonrm:ik"r can gire th9.i-.
liemen all the knowleduconsernin it. '
The crop g?norally light on tha Connctiut r'.
l?y this 7nr,tbonjh thao'.l band in fanny cti'.
I nare rai.'eda too to tbe"a?re. W rnij-l Sr a-ire.
and hare l.Ojt) pitm I trt ripped and 3,0 yt to rtnp.
The arert; f'r new crop m 15 cf? f r wrar jeji
&nJ3 1-3 fr S!lrn thao'i I bareoar! of tirery.
oenti be'ti.'j given. My paper i I'u'.i and I mt it.,a
but if I can gie any fanhor i::furaation let c;'
know and I wiil ghtdly do it. 3. . C,
Tarijcille, Ct. ai. 3-),.13Ja.-Cftnf-y 7v6iJ.'
' llr. Jcsph Washington Tysch, broths
er of the Hon. Job R. Tpscn, died re
cently at his residence ia IIov,ard county
Jlld. He was a natire of Philadelphia,
and at one time was quite -.prominent' in
politics, having held several offices tinder j
President Tyler. :
John Randolph was one cf the most sar
castic men that tver Jived. One time a
young man attempted to make his ac
quaintance. He obtained an introduction
and among the first semari's said ; ,
"I passed by your house recently, Mr.
Randolph".: ' '
"I hope you always will" was the re-
riy- , - .
Another twitted him as to hi3 want of
education. "The gentleman, reminds me
cf the lands about the head cf the Mont
gomery, which were pior by nature and
cultivation has ruined them".' said Ran
dolph in reply.
An Iowa paper savs th'; people there
have added anrnhfr cnaarjre to their ar '
ithmetics. It is called drur.Wrdi wexgl
or maarbV It is as fellows.
2 jiUsses make 1 'ram.
S drams nia'e 1 drunkard, ,
3 drunkards ma sea .1 jrr.igery.
.4 errogerips inalie 1 jiil.
5 iaili make" " - I d 'nitennarv.
1 h 1.
Prctsctlwo TInc3 f win .
There) tsooet'iingtbit I ettj w't"Irti, fcr:-uT-mte
toroumadvri a itiiia sr.d nil; d jthrstr. 1
jx)d tbu ppring. -
A year tyt fcoji ata Bpa,.! r7 r."' :r t r.r. if
cuisbers ia pUe of ma Lat epjru: J ht"v;:"itrJ
would rsl-ie t-xs whether tr no an.i 1 had
Mms boxes cf old bonr! and hti!c Mf?: -i,"
wida on fxt s-inr. . Tht-M 1 ta:en l tr i,
with njillinrt when th llrrte;-) plani arlrst 113
orcr the hill? ; tbe tripcd bni were so iLlc'x tn my
gnHen I bad no ether hi?p cf JUCOW3. ,
Well tba time eari . rhnt .d S5 r -!V r.-?
mill inot was rcaiy ar.J- cot talf fr.ee -i l ',it,
made. TJut I set the reajy Jn,J cr:f Cj',
hill to keep the chicken 4 frta tb?T ca "
3'oBday to go to town and the l I? worir"
them with a it w.n n-iow S im.-I .:-ht. Uat I ;
bad in use quantify of gn tar tli U d?y it ceuf
ed tome that those striped l-ii fierer2rd.7 i
cours wuuooi untinj cn i'mtbin- Lf I
hou!d damp the edesof theto.tes wltb tbij tar it
would not only iend to C'Lfaja tbelr traed Jut al
to repel them fn-n th vlt of th? t ir on whi-bj
they hare ta libt lcst'.xy can Lj down Into th
bib. I did tbis to iyjD :ty Lli cr rrbi'
2:ore. - '.st'. -
The test week ! frrrot tba rJ?.lstt V.'A ti loji'-
canie and told mci-t busri bad eaten u all tb
melons od eucnn-.;;rf. I went to lock a'ad Lot J
inJse.i tfiai t'.vii. v,,.fM '
r-t tb two brivircd hill w;tl t UxU Ul iot
also tbat tbe r'aclj in tbe boiei wit-, mv-K
auj rrora v --J-CU4 tban, thc.?s ouUMa r?- t- -A 1
were not eaten. I then got o?no water n j c? alJ
ihebazs on the n-n rotf-r. .l hl 'ii . rr ?. , L '
. " .
bcxef and tarred tha tops at Ur,o and pat tbeai ot r '
enl tse resuli wai not jinjli hrirj bag coc; near
" - . .... . 1
Now these boxes cot lit a tr'.Zz tzl f;r esA'.:a -for
a 1000 bilitean b-ibougbt la any city fjra few "
rents to ?o around the bcx-. Acl they a.i;va 3 ",
imvrf.ntrealt;i f.rtberoung plant?.
iMflcy kep eff all c'ivken. -
2. Th-y kccor.JTall h.i--, w;th f.nt further traMe
,tnaetin ib-ia ,a wu-.-a tbo bills arj aad i J ,
'iarriti'fbe rX"9. , .. .
3. lo a Cf.'d n.l wind exp.-ure tber brit, t T-
tr.c,;f ;rward fr'.m i; t-twi wckf e?r 1 r ti!. .
thcrwise frr uld com j mi by tr.o hftlrPr an 1 HrT..a '
give tb.-m :esjet;I.l!y if tarred u f,.o wh 1 j in L,
ideo as to draw thssu.3 stJaCi u tbc-l.; tdt rial i
Wiua'di. " . .
If any ,if yon? tniA wil, t.-y i: nrj .1 t f : i '
tbat tbi pnyj writ to l.or cf u- '- en.-lr rr.'.-!i.ci -anl
cuc-ntcher ivl th'ni r,Tid ib.ir i .: on to
mi and 1 3i jay all s!ie l.i;3.t;?. Hat by ?K wij
tiff witrop.tiitt l.ittnt ed" .f th'r Ls-i
tbat at bcatfgt uu l.r thoaga tbb: -2 bj
War Uiilr, i. s. ti:-
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