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ur book, and if uot attended to shall b our
4th. The U. K. Courts bare also repoatedly
derided that a Pot-Master who neglects to
perfoiiolils 4'i'y;f pivmp aenwoable notice.
liiie4 t-Htte IVnl-OP'ce I'rtme(tt, of
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asvsi apeVo at!de J 1i h' J. rend-rs the post.
U-IW to pilil'Wfr Ike swluwnjv.
I. 11. KENNF.T.
Hit opentd a boarding hv.i-;e at TV'lcview,
fer the accomiiioduflnn of regular boarders, and
ccasioiml v isitois, who, he will take pleasure
la making ai comfortable as lies in his power.
Bellenew, Nebmska. oct 2H, '!ti
Attorni-y at Law.
nAVlVftdet'Tinined to loente verin i!i"ntly
at Rellnvi nv, I will lr.ii(!y attend to
ijiT business eiitriull to ue prof.-Kicmally.
J S. A. bTU let LAND.
, IWHeyiew, per. 1, .
.'" II. r.NCLlSH,
NF.OOTIATOR, Collector, tieueral Land
Asent, Coiinvellor at Law, &c.
Having an experience of 17 years la the Ter
ritLiry, will pay prompt attentiou to all rom
mnnicutions, post paid, in regard to the Ter
ritory. Ac, ice.
. QZr- Ollice near the Oovernmeiit biiild.n.?,
randin rearer P. A. fiarpy'a banking house.
Delleview City, Nbralta, July li, 1854.
C. F.. WATSON,
Land Aietit, Surveyer and Engineer, Belie
' uw, Nebraska. l-y
(i. W. WALLACE,
Phvsiciun and Surgeon, relett fully tenders
fits prorcssioiiai m-rvii -i iu n ...
Mary and vicinity. Office two m.le uoitU
went of St. Mary, on the Musquito creek.
Tniiniraribical K.nifineer. tenders his profes
sional servicH-s totlie citi.ens of St. Mary and
vicinity as Suneyor and fcupiueer hi nil usa
fielies. Office in P. A. Sarpy'i store, corner oi
Oregory tiet;t. auj.'31-ly
'VATBt) nTkI K NKVfttiK K li V ,
General Lahd Agents, St. Mary, Mills County
Jowa. Will attend to the purcliabe and sail) ol
-state, the pwfec'.iiv; uf titles, paying tax-
CiT Farming land nd Tillage lots, to suit
ryrchasers.cn hand, for sain cheap, mid on
ieoiUible tenus. CH Ahb. WAM.
' n43-tf . joseph' ciitEEK.'
WILLIAMS "t WILSON'S BAVV MILL
Keg Creek, Mills Co., Iowa. The proprie
tor of this mill intend to keep luinlier of all
lecriiilions constantly ou haml i also to sup
ply all sjieoial order for lumber at short uo-
lice, rar cjbD. oii-.iui
fllllK subscriber having located liimnelf at
X fit. Mary ia prepared to execute orders of
very Uieripliou uf Plain, Fancy, and Oruu
jiiental Paintinc. bicns liainted, lettered and
jrilded In the most approved style, and in the
jtaatest maimer. j'alroiiatJti respectfully o-
licited, liftice, at II. Mye rf nl Mreet, tt
Mary. . BTAM5LAL3 BC111.A1AM4.X.
. t. Mary, bepL 27,
P. A. SARPV,
Wholesale and Commission Merchant, dealer
is Dry oed, Hardware, Quaensware, Glass
ware, Groceries, Drugs, Medicines, Book and
isaxtionery, corner or aiu ana oreRui.
C. E. WA'ISON,
Conveyancer, Notary Public, and Surveyor,
Office at the fetore of Urecue, Kinuey, Co.
t. Mary. Mills to,, lwa. Aug. z, -a-i.
IVsinags Coniuiii-loner, Office in 0. Mary
. eira. 'a '7
ni:brask ajall uh mi.
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IJEBIvASK-A ITX'Ui A fijKE.
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Ovisnx . 'i i v, 'N lr;ij'.:ri Tcrrilnry, )
. .-.lanunry 'iiih, liS;;5.'
If-nso rn'.lcd trj ordtr nt 10 n'clock.
Iliinst-fim, p-.'kef irl' lhe i-hnir. Roll
cnl!vl jitiil minuTcs rent.!
Mr. Kempt.jn jircentrt l p"t'iurri for fi
tiiiM for fet-V-V-tf TTntrrx".!. scros
Mr. F-nfy nrfsfin'c'f p"tiian from
citizens of l'oin-ty, r-ifrtot :.r;iytnie
-.vini! and i.allle. Referred to com. on
The coin, on privileges ntnl e.!etions,
in case ol' cjii!c3'CvI Stint of I'opjilcton hy
Decatur, rcporto.1 In favor o Poj'jilnlon,
Mr. L:ilhain movcj to t;,ke t):eJ litli
rule, rs rcporterl by the com. on rnles,
from (he taliln, Moved its adoplion. I;
Mr. Lailinin gave notion of the itilro
llodiKHion of .n bill to )iinisli Indians in
Ri-'solmion of Mr. Decker, in regard
to conlcsfces. for seuta, in.nlti tho special
order of the d;.y lo-morrow.
Mr. Dccktr. Resolved, That ns -!eS-islaloie,
we hue a right to cnijtiire info
the nets of our jiublio officer. ' -
Mr. Johnston. JiHoived, That a fme-
cial com. on temperance bo appointed.
Tlio chair unpointed,, Wood, JoJiuston,
L tlhuin, Hail nnd Pavidson. .
Mr. Johnnlou guvs noticoof & bidiri
corporaling lha towo ( Sulina on Salt
Creek. . . .... ,
Mr. Turpla gave notice of a bill in
corporating i1m town of Tckarnah, in Burt
Mr- Smilh gnve notice of a bill to in
corporote florence, in JVal;Mig(jti Qm .-,
Mr. RuberUon gavt; timfiots pf a biU da-
Mr, Clancy gave lio'eeo.? ft bill to liar
ter a ferry c- rap.ny af La Sjta, in . liuri
county, ' .
Mr. I,pp!c'o:, (o gri,nt ll.e r'.yt to
Vm. McJ.i.liaud, to ohtubiish a steam fci
ry at Ne.lirtska City.
Mr, Li'dti-ni, t.ttording to proious no
tice, introduced u bill locating th Seat of
Jocrniacut A i.i . , county.
Hill passed to u s.'condreadiiu.'. I
Mr. KcinpUn tuoitd lite blank dace
be filled v, i;h riailsmoiilh, Ca.ss county."-
Jlr. Laih.un addn-ssecj the House upon
l!:c sul-iect, denvins unv atlinitv vei'h ihe
peculiar ndvaut.iges to be d rived by lo
iimj; tiic Capitol at PlafUi'H.udi iilhi'lcd
lo the. injustice to the sofii.h of the PUtle,
and, the probability if by ftnluring upon
1 lattsmott'Ji, idlavin,' end comnroinisinn
he strong feeling rclulivc to the yuchlion.
He CbiupliuiciiU'd, the industry and intel
licence of his constituents, end their liy-
alty to tins nigamc l.iw. , Sjiuke in r;:j-
ture of the land fur awov toward thu bet
ing sun, upon mi irjjlryo liuo of rnilroad
from Pluttsmoulh, uij reprcseliiiiig he
ei:izc;i of C.iss county, he rejiresciited
leui ly (heir jiosilion upon this iiuporlunl
Uestion. 1 lie motion to insert PlaUs-
mouth in the first blank, bein.' m order,
the uneMiou was put, tuid resulted in 1
ayes, 1J nuu. Lost
Mr. Wood i.iovcd to inseit Brov. usvillo
in Torn' y county, in, thj bl.iiik. Mo ion
ut nnd the vote ttooJ 8 njes, J7 nays.
Mr. Popplctoa niok-d that it be refer
red to u beitct tummi.tee of laree. Lai J
uBiiiciaim, n ayes, il nays, lie Jlien
.ul..ll... 14- II ff
moved the name of Omahu City, be inscr
ted in Ilia blank place.
Mr. Decker of Nebraska City, s,,id ho
repretentcd a larger consistency tlmn any
other town ia the Territory, u4 a country
unsurpassed therein. Uo be!ulircd South
of tho Platte a atclioiiuf tho Ttrrilon
capable of sustaining u lieavicr j)Ojiu!a'.io:i
than the north one inre densely popu
lated now, nnd better limbered. The lo
culion of ihe Capitol U OuuihaCify would
not give satisfaction to 1(10 pet'jdc. There
were other and better toiits than Omaha
Ci'y a point more spai ely limbered than
any other in the Territory he houl d con
suit the wishes of the pinple ia this mat
ler, and not evince aur inconsistency by
endeavoring lo locate tlieCapi'.cl here, &.c
Mr. Poppleton sjioke Irieily of tho wtn
Ira locution of the temporary 01 present
Capitol, and referred will the gemlcmaii
from Pierce county lo th ecntit returns!
for proof, that there wen a larir popu
lation North than SjiuIi o the I'ialle, &.c
Mr. Kcmploii sUtod that lie tivulj fol-
il ii" Si
W-XlEVIKW, DOUGLAS CO., NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1855
'oV the will of lii.t ;(l'li,U'n','vl.o had
intitrucled him to ir for Plattsmmi'.h, and
ouhl it l.e 1ii:i;iu inpossioia i oini.in .
thu Capiiol iherr, to po lorsorrtc phu-o
roi-;h of tho PlVtte.
Mr. JcIhu'cii inovnd 'lie postponement
of the decision upon inserting "Omaha
Ci'y," until the l$t day, of March. Ayi'A
13, nots 14. Hi' tiieii moved nn indeti
nite poitpouetowit of tho motion. Lost
1 1 njes, 11 noes.
On motion the Houce adjourned until
2 o'clock, p. m.
... 11 ill c-ilied, . .. i .
; .Mo'jort to insert Oim!n C'ily, ia bill on
:, Mr., Lai! iiun ttic! to
iflou'h, Cass cininty, '
Mr. Tlicmpsoti m.i;le some remarks,
that he ws sent hre by his corwiitnr nta
from youth of Platte, to put the Capitol
whoro it was for the lest interests of the
cyuntry, and that he- thought Piatlsniou'h
was tho most con ti al point, nnd laid the
natural odvantHgca, niii 'v;:i Ihc plaii he
wished to see the Capitol loeatrd bin if
it could wot be there, he had another place
in view' which he shwld vote for.
Mr. Kcmpfcm sail ho endorsad nil Mr.
Thompson had said, and shoufd vote hk
wine. Mr. Bonnet aaid men had been bribml
to go for this place said he should go for
Plattsmnuth first, and if could not get. it
would go for some other place he knew
of. Vote taken for insertion, as above.
Lost. 13 ayes, 13 noes.
' Mr. Poppleton moved to insert Omaha
City, Douglas Co.
' Mr.-Latham spoke to some length, that
the Cass couniy d. legal ion 'had split up.
That lie ' was in favor of Plutismouili and
that he runic here to support that point,
but if could not Luve it there, would voie
Mr. Decker said expected as much
from L iiham, who hud deserted his friends
aud constituents, nnd sold himself said
we have stood tip . for PlnUsmoudi like
men, votfd tov:ilier every lime. Younil
V;i"wT fin iinni Omahu with my whoie
soul, &iid j,hill ever do so. The iisser.jotis
1 made on tho lloor of this Hcuae. this
luornirg, 1 ce.n prove, every word, end
mui.1i mora too it ooiy ctif!i"c. ,?!t
ll.e g-:g-Lw these Ouaha msn hai voted
iijuii 11.1, prevents my doing so, and cuts
cri'nn invesiiga.iou of the matter, regard
ing the ct i'.sus returns. 1 have evijence
with mo now, that Will, convince any hon-
. t nun. tlmt I was ninU. Every one
know s thai the. South has the (urges' num
ber of vo ls, and will tulmil if jhey hre
Jnniesl. men, that the Capiiol ought to be
given them. t. id there wrrc many o:hcr
places, mere filling than any yet naun-d.
Contended pro;er place Wi s not 011 Mis
souri river, &.e. Thai there must be union
between North and South to del'calOmaha
Ci''y,and that the corrupt and disgraceful
manner of proceeding must be. voted a
gt.inst by every honest mi.iu . , ,.-
Mr. milli of Washi'.igtsn, said that he
knew the mtmucr in which the Omaha
delegates carried tin ir interests through.
That bribery and corruption had been
practised, must disgraceful lo honest men,
urn that, for one, he should go against O
miiha, titid til its interest.
(Jov. Cuming stated that there were
some misrepscntatioii regarding his tc's,
that lie wished to correct. Said ho had
found after earful txamisiatii.n, of all llu
census returns, found greatest population
on North riattc, and that he had given
them representation accordingly. S..id
the poll books end census return1; wer-j in
the hands of ckrk, and free for investiga
tion to mr-mlicrs.
Vuta then taden on amendment of Jlr.
Poppleton, to insert Omaha City, tis.
Ldrried. 14 nycs, 11 noes.
Mr. Poppleton moved that the bill be
read a 31 time, to-morrow. Carried.
Ayes 14; nfys 11.
13ill taken up to grant J.Eou'w'.irc char
ter for u ferry across Missouri river at
Nebrafcka City. Ordered 21 reading and
rcfeircdto com. on incorporations.
Bill taken up to exempt property of
married women from execution in certain
cases. Ordered 2 t reading and referred
to com. on judiciary.
House adjourned till to-morrow.
January 26, 1855.
Roll called and minutes rend.
Mr. Robertson offered a resolution or
ganizing Jackson couiity. Passsd to a
Mr. Smith, an act to eulhorize J. R.
j Dye to run a ferry across the Missouri
river (o Mt, Vernon. - J'assod tit a second
Mr. Richardson give notico of a bill
incorporating the Nebraska University,!
at Fontet eile; also, lo define boundaries
of that coii'ily.
Mr. Byrs gn.ve notice ofabiii (lel.ning
boundnrii s of Douglas county and loc-iU
c. unity seat; also, on pcrtaitnttg to same
from Klklntrn county.
Mr. II. .1' gavel notice of a hiil incorpor-
utinp; Nebraska Ci'y.
Mr. Decker ofl'rred a resolution, calling
upon the oi-in. on Indian Affairs, to report
boundaries of coumies,
Hume disciiSHion by DftGker find Pop
pleton. ' Decker called to 'order by the
cbairDw !,'r appeals, proves he is right
and k-S -:d. ' r- ' 1
Mr. j ii y,.t, :iou moved ihe CujWio! qut:
.kn be ( ken from tiic table. '14 nycs, 11
Ou lnoti'jn, Ur. Decker, addressed the
House ot length and in a fearless m-;iitir,
occasionally interrupted by the Speaker.
Reviewed the past and took strong grounds
for the South of the Platte.
Mr. Latham followed -pitched into the
members , from Pierce vindicated his
course, aud left tho floor.
Moiioii'to adjourn, lost.
The previous question put, aud tho final
vote on the passage of the Capitol bill, lo
cating it nt Omaha City, passed. 16 yes,
9 noes. . Much interest manifested.
IIouno took recess until lialf-p.ist 2..
In tho nftornoon the IIouss merely or
ganized, had a little fun and adjourned
until Monday at 1 1 o'clock.
MONDAY, Jan. 20.
Council Proceedings of Sjturdiy read.
Clerk frou the House announced that bill
locating Capitol t Omnha City, had pis
sed lhi;t body.
The bi'l was taken up by the Council,
Mr. Richardson moved that bill b read
second time, done so.
Mr. Mitchcl moved that Omaha City
be struck out and Plattsmouth inserted.
Mr. Richardson rcoved tliat it be refer
red to Commute of the Whole, and fur
ther consideration postponed until Wed-
uwt'liiy, carried. mff. , , , :. ,:J
A Pi eawhle and, Joint Resolution rel
ative to 0 WuuntsleaciLaw, was taittAMip.
read thir lime imd passed. . , ' ,; , n-
Standing OmimiUce on MiliUiry nftirs
reported. Timy recommsnd the eo.uip
;atat of two companies of volunteers, one
stationed mouth of Rur.nhg Water, tnei
other at Nebraska Ciiy. ,
Nothing further of importance don.
Council adjourned , till ten o'clock to
. . MOANISG S.:.SSlu!.
Ilyusc met jjursuaiit to last Friday's
adjournment. , -
Mr. Robertson give notice that on to-
morrow or some future day, ho would in
troduce a bill otiJ-orizing R. Hazard to
keep Terry at Blackbird. ......
Mr. Bycrs gave notice of a bill 'for a
road from Omaha to D,eotah.
Mr. Richaidson An act defining the
boundaries of Ddge county, 20 miles
West of BellcvicW) ou Platte; passed to
second reading. .
Mr. livers offered Resolution that pos
tage of members be taken out of contin
gent fundj laid on table.
Mr. Poppleton movd that members Le
allowed 10 copies of each paper in Ter
ritory, r.nd 5 of neighboring papers and
one copy of Congressional Globe.
House file No. 5, for ferry at Jifonu!
Yimou, was referred to appropriate corn
Resolution declaring A. J. Poppleton
entitled to his seat be taken froa tho table
a question of interest to Mr. Decatur
arose, it was moved to refer il lo commit
ted on Privileges and Llcclioii; question
lust and Resolution adopted. .
Mr, PoppleU-n moved to take Mr.
Decker's resolulions in regard to election
returns, &e., and postpone further consid
eration of it until Wednesday; carried.
Mr. Laiham moved lo lake his Resolu
tion from iha tabls, concerning bribery
Messrs. Thompson, Robertson nnd
Latham, each took a luii. at Mr. Lath
am's motion; and it y finally taken frm
.,..1 rvi .1
Uie lauie. lur. iv.u nain men movett in a
peculiar style, that the House go into a
Commute of the Wimle, Mr. Latham's
resolution was adopted, and House ad
jouniod till tcu clock to-morrow.
TUESDAY, Jan. 30.
Council Proceedings of yesterday
Mr. Bennet offered a Resolution that
Committee on Llections be requested to
report on to-morrow, in cases of contes
ted scats of Hollistcr, Shelley, Nuckolls,
m d others.
Mr. Slurp Said Resolution was not in
.jl .JLl$ jLlil. il 0
order, an 1 it wn with.lr iwn. 1
Mr. Jones introduced n bill of which
presi us net ice having been given, for en
act to to prevent (resists on Claims, nnd
to define extent of s.onc. Orili-rcdto.se.:-ond
reading, and referred to ComtniM ee on
Mr. Clark A billi pre iotu notii-ehav-ing
been given, to aii'horize Peter A. S ir
py to establish a Ferry atBeileview. f)r
dercd lo second reading, and referred to
committee on Incnroo-atmns.
Mr. Clark A'il to ainhorize M. II.
Clark to keep F'.:7' across the1 Missouri
rivar ai V. iieview. Ordered to KH-.m--:
re; di'.'ff, au'l ref ifre.J to v-wniRle 0?
txr;w.'Hio;is. " J
' . 1
Mr. iWi A- bill to i.diicth Ac'.
of certain o.aec: s thcrmn mentioned. Or
dered to second reading, nnd referred to
committee on Judiciary. '
Mr. Jones Notice of bill to authorize
J. D. M. Crock well to keep Ferry across
Committee" on Incorporations, reported
favorably upon the following bills : C file
No. 12, an Act authorizing D. C. Oaks to
koop Ferry ou Loup Fork; C file No. 6,
nn Act 1o organize; New England Aid Co.
Mr. Goodwill---Presented the Report
of Select Commitfeo on Joint Rer-ohion
endorsing the Nebraska Bill.
' Mr. Bradford presented the Minority
RepoYl of said Conunitlce, of an opposite
' The Rules for Cove'rnmcenf of Council
wc.s taken up, rcad and with some amend
ments, adopted. Adjourned.
' 1 ATTtasoorf SESSION.
Richardson moved a reconsideration of
the Capitol question, and that instead of
becoming Ihe special order of the day for
Wednesday, it be now taken up; carried.
The House bill in reference to tho same
was taken up, locating the Capitol at
Omaha; discussion, ardent and fierce; lob
by crowded and much ' interested; partici
pants, Sharp endeavored to vindicate ' his
position for Pialtsmouth ia a forcible
poech, displaying to some extent Jthe
machinery used to carry the point for
Omaha, foe, Mr. Mitclttil defended his
position; charging the direlection to Mr.
Sharp, end explaining his position on the
question. ' Hd found the shir sinking and
as an old sailor desires "of sticking to the
vessel until the last, row saw a safe life
iu,il to his cwa deserved haven, ami : pul
himself on baard. His posnion was sus
tained by Messrs. Nuckolls and Bennet,
who charged the fault home upon Sharp.
The bill finally passed locating the
Capitol at Omaha, by 7 ayes, G noes.
Mr. Richardson gave 'notice 'of a bill
appoint in? J. C. Milchel sole Commis
sioner to locate the Capitol building.
fNoTt: It is understood the Capitol is
to be loce.tcd ubotit three miles North of
this point, and same distanco South of
Winter (u-.rters. - ' J i " '
On motion, the House ad-ourned till 10
chok to-morrow. '
v:stina cojsaiiTEES of tmz soke.
Privileges nn J Elections KicbariLioc, Hail,
Ken:pton, ISyere and Purple.
Ways and Means Clancy, Cowles, Wood,
Si .igleton and Wait ted.
Judiciary Ls thaia, Poppleton, Johuson, Pur
pie and ltichnrjj- n.
Accouctsand E.'.penitures Thompson, Ar
nold, Davis, Doyle and Decker.
Agriculture Goyer, Finney, Maddox, Ca
vidson and Singleton.
J.IaUUa Kobertson, Dole, Decker, Ciancy
and tic-mo t.
Koads layers, Latham, Iliil, Whit'cd and
Public Biill lings and GrouuJi Davis, Ar
nold, Thompson, Ulcl.rd&on and Wood.
Ji.ternal Improvnaints-r-Thompson, John
ston, Goyer, Doylvand Robertson.
Federal Krdutions Johnston, Wood, Thump
son, Latham? and KobtrtsOfl.
Engrossed ut:d Enrolled Bills Latham, By
Co.inly I'.olmdarfes and Co. Seats Kempton,
Poppleton, P.irj.le, Thomp-on and ners.
Corporationa Johnston, Poppleton, Thomp
son and 3ers. ' , .
Library Wood, Singleton, Thompson, Da
vis and Dyole;
. Bunks and Currency Thompson, Hail, in-
ney, Whitted ami Arnold.
Common Schools, Coln t',s and Universities
Poppleton, Johlihton, Richardson; Kempton
Public Piintliig Purple, Poppleton, Arnold,
Madlox and Finuey. ,
iT Failure is new the nrJcr of the
dtiy. Amno:5 ihe most reetr.t we notioo
is that of Page &, lLcon. Below will be
found their card :
Owing lo our being compelled to close
our doors to the public, nil notes und pa-
pers maturing nt our house, and deposited
with us tor collection, may be found at
the Bank of Missouri, who will be instruc
ted to place to the credit of the piwper
1:... DSf-T" V. llIVlV
puma. 1 aon ot. ii-iv-u-
ut. Louis, Jan. 12, 1855.
Rum has sunk more seamen than all the
tempests that b'.tw.
VOL. l. NO.
Original P ottr c.
For Ihe Palladitisi.
TAX HtSlUT. j
ST MBS A. V. lltMISWAT.
Deside a mountains rugged cHfl",
llf-eti in th forest wild. ' -Within
a solitary cave,
There dwelt misfortunes child.
Amid life's prime, the blight of years,
Had bow'd his noble form, .
Like tin tall pine whose to r-ring head,
Is blasted by the alorjn.
IV 9 care wrrn r!ae h--h1y tobV
Of whit ha i.nca had ben,'
tar jolty brow still imuiutM deep,
The scmiI 4i:.t .ifc'-i-tt within.
- . .
' K'fn si ill the fire of gwous g'.nui'i
Within his dark grey eyes,
Like soiacTjngh t star that dimly shines,
Through evening's misty skiza-
UU was the wrack of blighted topes, :
That he had charish'd long j .. y
Twas her hclov'd so fervently,
Had wrought the cruel wrong.
Beneath her proud and haughty frown,
Life's cUarnis had fiud
Within his sad and cheerless heart,
No ray ofbope was shed.
Secluded from ti.e cold world's acorn.
That crush'd his manly pride
Within his gloomy cell he strove,
Affection's pang lo hide.;
In vain he sought that lone rotrcat,
Thinking relief to gain
Within his breast there still remairi'd
' Love's nevor dying pain. ! r- r 1
Full many days may glide away,
And rolling years be past ; '
Still love that's forin'd la early life,
Remains unchang'd and fast. , ' ;
Ludlow, Vt., Dec. 30, 1854. ,,, ,,,
' ' ' For the Palladium.
. ' ' THE -WOELD. 1 ' "j
, . , . i , , .
8T MU3. A. . HEMENWA7.
, . J t it t
Sumesay this world is very bad, ; ..
I cannot, think, it so . )., ,
They say for them, no charms i: has,
But'.only grief and woe.
This world to me. looksivery fair,
The best I've ever seen,- :
If only clever folks -rere in't, "
-TrciM i?eantber-t ;'
We all msy have our li,re of blias,
If only good and kind;
While friendship UveBand love remains
We may some pleasure find. .
' 'Tja true, our sky will its clouds, t "
And Uf j Us stormy hours,
Vet When by smiling un-beams cnecVd,
iThen Bw.'etly bloom the uow'.-s.
Though some forever fret and scold '
Complain the worm is in j. .
Vet oft do they with theirown hands,
Their cp of sorrow till.
And some there are,whoss envious hearts,
No bliss can ever share, , . r
No friendship trua, their hearts oao know,
It dare not enter there. ' ,
The tattler deal content ja rousd ,;
u.lu n..!tflilww. nit ntrr. v
Their cries against thi,s wicked worm,
That all our comforts war.
Th drunkard sips the poia'aous cup, .
IJee-aidleas of tlie shame t
Then for his wicked deeds of !n, .
' Wilt tax the world with blame.
God made this world, pronounced it good,
And so it does remain j
If bad, 'tis made by those therein,
With guilt's engraven strain.
Li'Diow, Vt.,Jsn. 4 1H55.
6TANDI3CO COStJCTTXES 0? VCR COBJIClt.
Judiciary Uichardson, Rogers, and Benuet,
Finance, Ways aud Means Folsom, Jones
and Nuckolls. - ,
Territorial Affair Mitchel, Biadford an4
Schools and Seminaries of Learning Rogers,
Cowles an 1 Fulsoia. - .
Militi ,t Military Affair Bradford, Jones
and Clirk. , ...
Iliehwavs & Bridges Cowles. Folsom and
- j w;.rt ! .
Expenditures and Claims Folom. Nuckolls
,niI nichardaon .- . . ......
IneomoiatioE. Clark. Folsom and NucV-
Terrilorlat Lihrarv Ilo-ers'.'Riehardson and
Public Buildings Goodwill, Roger and
Privileges and Election Goodwill, Jone
Counties, County Seats and Townships-
Jones, Brown aud Folsom.
Printing Drown, Bradford and Rogers.
Enrollment Mitchel and Beimot.
Agriculture aud Mauufactuies Goodwill &
Judge Dean, of Ihe U. S. Court,
recently stated in giviag in his judgment
ln 0 . nume e mai -rum nau .una,
more seamen than all the tempests that
1 . . .1 . 1 1 1.
A Sad Family. A child, sged thr
years, belonging to woman named Hnry,
died near Toomo, Ireland, from intoxica
tion! The grandmother, mother and sunt
of the child wrr ll drunk at the mm
lime. Northern Whi;.
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