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A Family Newspaper Devoted to Democracy, Literature, Agriculture, Mechanics, Education, Amusements and General Intelligence.
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BKLLKVUK, NKIMvASKA, THURSDAY, DKCKMIUOU. Lr, 185(1.
$eUcbnc u5 ;i 3 c 1 1 c .
ruRLim:n tvr.RY thirsdav at
BELLEYIE (111, X. T.
S. A. STRICKLAND & CO.
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or $2 .r0 it not paid within the year.
to ci.rBS :
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Seven lo do do 10 (ill
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entitle the person making it up to a copy for
nix months; a clnh of fifteen, at $20, to a copy
rluh of subscribers
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has been forwarded, additions may be tna.te
to it, on the same terms
viior,r.s.i a: a- Kinwin
STORE IN BELLEVUE.
VK would respectfully invite the citizens
of Hellenic, and Hondas Co.. to examine our
larire and well selected assortment of
DHY COODS, (. K h 1 .1; 1 1 .s.
CROCKERY, 1 1 A 1( I)v KI.,
II ATS & CAPS, DOORS,
SASH, &.C he.
And in fact every variety usually called for in
the West. We are ronfiilent that any one
wishing to purchase pioiH will he entirely
satisfied, and find It will he to their interest to
call and examine our large and Well selected
assortment of goods.
SARPY it K1XXEY.
Bellcvue, Oct. 23, lti. 1-tf
Ohnrlcs E. Watson,
1IVIL EXCIXEER AN H SIRYEYOH.
Ilcvuc City, Nebraska Territory, pro.
fenr.es to he " posted" in the lav of the land in
this vicinity, and oilers his services to such as
may need them, on reasonable terms.
jliv" lie wili also acl as agent, for the pur
chase or sab1 of Heal Eit.i'e, in ih. Territory,
or Western Iowa. Information furnished upon
application. Declarations filed and pre-emptions
KH'OCRAIMIIC ENGINEER, Cvrcirtea
Topo.ri a pliic, I'aiicy and Plain Drawing
of every style and ibcnp: ion. Fancy, Orna
mental and Plain Painting evecnied to frier.
Ollice at the Hellevue House, l!. '.leue, X. T.
Ret hhncf.s : V. A. Siirpy, St. Mary, low a;
Judge Oiiltnnrc, Hellevue. 1-tf
Bowcn & Strickland,
A TTORXEYS AT LAW. Heal Estate,
rii Tots and Claims bomrht and sold.
Purchasers will do well to call at our office
nn.l va,i.ie nur list of City Lots, &.C., before
nun-hasi'iir elsewhere. Olhce in Cook's new
building, corner of Fifth ami Main streets.
L. Tj. Bowen,
k TTftnxvv AM) COUNSELLOR AT
A T.AW. Rellevue. N. T. 1-tf
S. A. Strickland,
i TTnnr.V AND COUNSELLOR AT
JV LAW, Bellcvue, N. T. 1-tf
C. T. Holloway,
ATTORN F.Y AND COUXSF.LLOR AT
LAW, Bellcvue, N. T. 1-tf
T. B. CUMING. JOHN C. TURK.
Cuming & Turk,
Jltiornrysat Low and Real Ksfitc Jgrufs.
OMAHA CITY, N. T.,
WILL attend faithfully and promptly to
all business entrusted to them, in the
Territorial or Iowa courts, to the purchase of
Ik's and lands, entries and pre-emptions, col
; - Oifiee in the second story of Henry & Roots
'new huildlltr, nenrly opposite the Western
I'xelnn:" !li,k. 1'tniham street.
IVipcri i:i this Territory, Council Bluffs Bu
gle and Kf.'knk Times, please tony and
charge N-bnini! n trice.
OF IT. VALE.
TIIF. Suhscriher having just opened at Ms
store in Hellevue, a fysh supply of goods, of
every description, would call the attention of
purchasers, to the fact, that helms the largest
and best selected stock of Cioods, to be found
in Nebraska, and that they will find him sup
plied at all times, with ' ,
M1T.L1NAUY DHY fJOODS,
j y d HARDWARE,
All of which has been selected by himself from
the best, establishments in the country, aim
which he will sell lower lor cash, man trie
same quality of goods can be purchased at, in
any Btorc in this section of country.
He has also, a large ana well eeiecieu siock
W. II. Cook,
r.VF.H AL LAND AND REAL F.STATF.
GLNT, Hellevue City, Nebraska, i-u
B. P. Rankin,
A TTORNEY AND COLN'SNLLOR AT
iV LAW, La Plitte, N. T. 1-tf
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, Omaha, N. T. 1-tf
John W. Pattison,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND HEAL ESTATE
AC EXT, Fontenelle, N. T. 1-tf
James S.. Izard & Co.
LAND At! K NTS, Omaha, Douglas Couniy,
Nebraska Territory. 1-tf
Drs. Malcomb & Peck,
M MIA CITY. Olhce on Harney street,
I I nnnnnitn the Tost Ollice. J'articular at
4antion given to Surgery.
P. E. Shannon,
-rF. L ESTATE AGENCY, Cerro Gordo
X rost Olfice, St. Mary, Mills Co., Iowa. 2
P. E. Shannon,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER
CHANT, St. Mary's Landing Mills Co.,
Peter A. Sarpy,
TORWAHDIXG St COMMISSION MER
CHANT, Bellcvue, N. T., Wniolesale
Dealer In Indian Goods, Horses, Mules, and
D. J. Sullivan, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office
Head of Broadway, Council BIu.Tj, lovva.
nov. 13 ' XAU
; D. II. Solomon,
A TTORXEY and COUNSELLOR AT
ii. LAW, (Jlenwood, Mills Co., Iowa, prac
tices in all the Courts of western Iowa and
Nebraska, and the Supreme Court of Iowa.
Land Agency not in the Programme, no 4-tf
EO. INTPKI) JOHN II. SHERMAN.
Sayder & Sherman,.
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS AT
LAW, and NOTARIES PUBLIC, Coun
cil Binds, Iowa, will practice their profession
in all the Courts of Iowa and Nebraska.
All collections entnnted to their care, at
tended to promptly.
Especial attention given to buying and sell
ing real estate, and making pre-emptions in
Deeds, Mortages. and other instruments or
writin" drawn with dispatch; acknowledg
ments taken, 4i.e., tc.
',V" Ollice west side of Madison street,
inat atinve Kroadwav.
DOV 13 l'lf
Johnson, Casady & Tost,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS, ATTOR
N FYS AN I) COU NSELLORS AT LA W,
Council lllutls, Iowa, will promptly attend ta
Land Agncies, Collections, Investing Money,
locating and Selling Land Warrjiits, and all
itber biisiiiesi ner:aini:ii: to their profession.
in Western Iowa and Xehiaska. 1-tf
Of every description, best cpiali'y and finish,
and inferior to none in Nebraska.
Thankful for past favors, he solicits a con
tinuance of public patronage, and hopes that
purchasers will call and examine his goods,
before bnyitie elsewhere. H. VALE.
Bcllevue, Oct. 2:t, 1 Vjti. 1-tf
NEVvTr RIVALS AT THE
THE Subscriber respectfully invites the at
tention of piu chasec.s, to his large and bplendid
stock of (loods, consisting of
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, HA IN
PATENT MEDICINES, &c, itc.
Ml ,.t wtoeli lie warrants of the best df -u-iip-
t'ion, and bought expressly for this market.
He has also a well seiecie.i biock oi
Made after the L ATEST F A SH 1 0 X S, of the
BEST MATERIALS,, and by EXPERI
ENCED WORKMEN, all of which he s'll
ClIE P FOR CASH.
LU ' JOHN CHASE.
Bellcvue, Oct. 23, 1S.V). 1-tf
Sooi: tft3 SHoo
T M. BARTAY. would respectfully rr
t) . inform the inhabitants ot isenevue
and vicinity, that he has commenced
DOOTS AND SHOES,
Of all descriptions, from the finest finish to
the coarest make. Employing none but the
best workman, he will be able to warrant all
...... . ...,o at I, in establishment.
nn i u"in . - .. ,
The highest casll price pam, in naii.-,
for all descriptions of RAW HIDES.
Bellevue, Oct. 30, lS.Vk 2-tf
HOUSE CARPENTER AND
AN BRIGGS, Takes this method of m
. "forming his iend, and the public
generally, that he is prepared to BllLD A in u
FINISH, in the best manner
Of every description of style and finish, on the
most reasonable terms. Thankful lor pas
favors, he solicits a continuance of public
'B.dlevii'e, Oct. 30, lS.Vi.-2-tf
I'OMEXEM.E B.IXK OF r.EU.EU E.
TS prepared to transact the general business
of P.aiiUing, will recive deposits. Discount
short paper, buy Hills of Exchange, on all
parts of the Country, and sell on S'. Louis.
Chicago ami Xew York; make collections in
the vicinity" and remit for the same at Current
rates of Exchange,
Interest allowed on special Deposits.
JOHX WE A HE, President.
Tiios. If. Hi. vi on, V. Pres.
.lotiN.T. Town, Cashier. 1-tf
Banking Hours From '. to 1, A. M., and
I to 3, P.M.
II. T. Clarke,
I FORWARDING &. COMMISSION Ml'!!
' CH NT, Rellevue. X.d.raska. Dealer
in PINE LUMBER. SIIIXGLF.S. LATlL.vc.
Hekfhkncks: Gobi Jt llrother and Edward
Hempstead, Water street, Chieairo;.!. W.
Tl.iskius, Mihvaukie, Wis.; II. M. Xorton.
Pres. Racine en. Bank, Racine. Wis.; C.
Barrett, River street, Clevidat d. O. ; I'enton
Prother, Cincinnati, O. ; Tibbie ,t Hays,
Erie, Pa. , C. It. Wright & Co. Hankers, l.ne
Pa.t C. B. Wright, Banker, Philadelphia. Pa.;
Darling, Albert son Rose, Front street, N.
Y. ; W. J. Wili;, Water rt... t, N. Y. ; K.
Ball, Troy. N. Y.; Mr. Ilungerford, President
Bank of Westfndd, Westfiebl, N. Y. ; Hon. S.
Morton, Nebraska City. 1-tf
EOOt c&3 SIlOC
A WRIGHT, would respectfully
inform the Gentlemen of Bellc
vue and vicinity, that he is prepared
to manufacture, to order, every variety of
BOOTS AND SIIOES,
Of the best finish and Latest Fashion. He is
also nrenareil to make un in the best manner
Embroidered and Worked Slippers, which he
will warrant to please all who favor him with
Bellevue, Oct. 30, ISfiti. 2-tf
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND
WE would respcc'Cillv inform the inhabi
tants of Bellcvue and vicinity that we are
prepared to ERECT and FINISH
Buildings of all Descriptions,
On the shortest notice, and in the most work-
menlike manner. Having been engaged in the
business several years, wo feel confident in
stating, 'hat all who favor us with their cus
torn, will be pleased with our work.
7 ' ,'1'L.-M e k."l'M)T0
V I.I iV .T1VJIVIVO.
Bellevue, Oct 23, !S5ti. 1-tf
rpHE Undersigned h z leave to inform
L the Inhabitants of Douglas county,'! j
tiiat they are prepared, to il- all work in
their line of business, in tin' best manner, and
on the most liberal terms, at their shop in
ri"lfavimr had sevsBfi years experietic
at 'HORSE-SHOEING, frl some of theb-st
shops in F.a stern Cities, they will be able to
give entire satisfaction, to all who favor them
with their patronage, in this line.
SI I A W . I C ETON.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1 .". 1-m
Cunning Oir thv Track,
Scene a moonlight evening!
Place no matter "wh ir ;"
Passengers all a snooin ;
In a railroad car.'
Sudden cone s a jarring,
Eery one starts hack ;
"liless me, "lis n't pleasant,
Huiiiiiii;' oil the 1 rack.''
Gen'leinen start upward".
Ladies raise a claMer ;
Evi ry one a-nsking
"What can he (he mailer V"
Enter hiaketnan swearing ;
' Such confounded luck !"
Isn't very certain,
"Guesses" we are "stuck."'
Roguish -looking fellow.
Doesn't need much corning,
Si's Mm down and whistles,
"Won't go home till morning;
Babies all a-yelling.
Think Ihrir throats they'd cia. k,
HP si me. (is n't pleasant,
Running oil' the track 1
Ancient maiden lady
Looking for In r sears,
Sas its awful dangerous
Hiding in the cars,
Says that if she c er
Safe gets out of them.
No one e'er will catch her
Traveling agai a.
Gentleman assures her,
Wi ll a killing how,
That he'a pretty certain
No one wants to now.
Then she wants her hat box,
Something to unpack,
Thinks it very chilly
Running o:T the track.
Some will keep a-groaning
All (he live-long night.
Oilier still are sleeping
At the, broad day-light.
Always when I travel.
One thing may I lack,
May I he excused from
Running oiTlhe track.
Tlio 4 iilUopr. or Miifli-al Mi-am
Si'M ial voiirs nod, Mr. .1. ('. SimMa..!,
:t mM-1iriiiii i t' Wmvi'Mi'l', nuu'civi il llio
Suit ( use itf Inflili'lif.
Sium- Iwvlvr months mih o ii young man,
a iiioi luiiiii', well litimvn Id u luixro milii
licr of mil' rriiiloi':), k ft thi i city, di'tor-
iiloii t!mt i!ic s l,y llto vilirnti.iii .,f ,,,;,.,,,, tl y ,is f.u-tuno in l!io I'.l Dnn.iln
S'liiif. lfo l.'l't ladiiii'l liitii a young ami
1 : 1 1 it i ft 1 1 wii'i', anil an iiini'i eiil lain; uliout
ni in. milts
On liis arrival in ('ulil'.inini, l!i: young
loan was cngnod hm niiisino)' of u Sun
I'riiiii isi i) luniso tit Siicr.inii'iitii, at a very
lilioral salary. I In jmi. jii'rcil wrll, niul
tin in i ; lini'iit if a sunull wiiu lio li.nl
lalion witli liini to tin jjnlili'ii S't.tti;, yii'liK'd
ii lai jri; (i i ill niu.t I'l iiiiini'taliyo jut cent
u'o. Tint Iidjicsj wliich lunl li'il liim to
part ft'im lnuiit.' ami fuinily weru niuic
llinn rcnlia'd. Mi wroto liomo ofti'ii to
liis wife lli. li'tt'.'ri wi.Te foiiilit'd in
(In; Uindi'st t ii, niul invnriuMy incloiod
lihoral ri'mitlaneoa. I lis lift I'pistlc was
indited ut San Fi'ain'ixro in July lu.st, ami
in it In- iiif.'i'ini'd lii wife (hat ho should
mhhi i i'iiii n to hh imtivu jihico for a hiiof
vi"it, anil ri"mi.'f!ti.'il her niaWo prcjmiu
tinii') fur a removal to California.
In fulfillment of his prnniiso, tlio hus
linnd citmi! liotin; on n sti-niner which
reached New York uu I'riday last. Ho
Iniidetl at New Yolk in tho afternoon.
linjialii'iit of tin; hours which kept him
whoft' llil'i ciIlM's ihe "Mt am whla'.le i.s
produt'i d, couli! Ia no iii ianed as lo ren
der rtcciinili ly the "ilintimic tcale" in mtl
:ac; and alt. r c jti rii m l ii i 1 1 for nuie
time, he mm reeded in coiiMi'iietiti a series
of hells oil whit h llie Mi'vrn notes df the
oi lave could he t!iied hy Nleiiin.
The ih'Hilc ratuni was now to produce
a alvo ."Ullii ieutly di'licate lo rono-pnnil
with the toiii h of llu; pell'iilinel' oil the
Key-hoard of an orrjaii.
Thiti has finally heen ( Heeled, and llie
inventor has ttiken out u ateiit, imt only
for (hi application of Mcain lo u series of
iiiti.-ietil hells, hut also for a new delicate
"vrtlvc" for the admission of fteam into
the hell ,i.
The Calliope, then, as now exhihited,
con-i I i of a hiiiy series of hells, varyin;?
int-io ini'l h iii;th iiccoidiii;; lo llu) tone to
la; produced, and riiiniin:,r throtiejh four or
The steam i. admitted to these hells hy
means of a m secies of con espondine;
tules, inetied in a small cvlmder con-
necled w ith tin) hoiler. A wiru cotmeels
tho valve in rn-h tuho with a hey, i. e. n ! from tlio nrms of Ins wile, lie Iclt Ins liag-
fnitrer-ltoarir lilce that of a juano-furlo li'W in that city, and with nothing nave
or ocean ; iiml tins, m a ttcamuuiu, may i ms uno m n.oei, .nn,K.- Vn
he placed in tho ladies' (.ahin, whih; the afternoon train on tho Hudson. River Itail-
hclla them.'tt'lvr:; are in a diMant part of
reaBonablc terms, at this Olliee.
"VTEATLY and expeditiously executed, on
STONE MASON AND
.... ... . i ..i ...n.l liavimr roininenced the
rrMV" l" : i B IWt. is rrepared
I anove iiiiioi' . ,
to do all work in his line, -it the shortest iih
Uce, in the best manner, and $:
sonal'te lernm. . ,,, --- ,,,
r 'lf Four r five gooa rias-eie,,,
constant employment, and good wages, on ap
plication to the above.
' Bellevue, Oct. 3', l.l..-'2-tf
I CAME TO STAY.
Tl.F un leagued would respectfully
nounce to the cfti,cns of Bellevueandv.cu.it).
that he U prepared ta do 4.,.
GRAINING, MARHLT.IXG, fcc, m all i.
Executed in the neatest style.
r ',)' Pain' i miV.'J '.o oraei.
rpHE Proprietor of th" above Si-'".n fc
I loon, takes irreat I lea eire inX,..
aiinonncing to the p.ihlic, that he is "
now. prepared to serve at all Hours, ai.u iu uic
W A 11 M OH COLD Ml'. A I.N
OYSTERS, COOiiEO IN EVERY STYLE.
PICKLED TOXGI F.
BOILED EliGS AND GAME IX SEASON',
TogetleT wi'li tverv tiling tu;il a usuanj
f.nind iu a FIRST U..s.-
Having had considerable viieriei.ee In ca
teriiis: for Hie public taste, he is sure that all
who favor him with a call, will be saified.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, lS.Vi. 1 -tf
HOUSE CAItPENTEES AND
fnllF iiiiderHii'iu-d tikes ideasuie in an
I iioiiuein" t i the inhabitants of B-d'.evr.e
i Quaker's I.i'tfrr to Ills Wulcli
I herewith bend tliee my pocket clock,
which "reatly stnndeth in need of thy
friendly correction. The last linn; he
was at thy friendly school he was noways
reformed, nor in the least hcnefitted there
by, for I perceive ly the index ot ins
mind that he is a liar, ami the truth is not
;.,'l,;.n that his motion. are waving mid
irregular; that his puke is unm times slow
which beukeneth not an even temper; at
other times it waxeth tdiicjish, notwith
standing 1 frcipiently ur";e him; when he
hould be on his duty, us thou knowest
his usual name denotelh, I find him felum-
berincr or tleepin!? or, as the vanity of
human reason phrases il, I "catch him
nnnniii'f." Kxamine him. therefore, and
prove him, I beseech thee, thoroughly,
that thou mayest, bein;r well ac.piainted
with his inward fcnni-j and di-po'dtion,
draw Tn a from the error cf hi ways, ai.d
sho.v him the ia:h wherein he should go.
It o-ricves rue to think, and when 1 ponder
thereon, I urn verily of the opinion that
his body is f .ul, and the whole intus cor
rupted. Cleanse him, therefore, W illi tl.y
chacmim' pl.Vic, from all p.-llution, that
he may vibrate and circulate according to
the truth. I will place nun a few tlays
under thy care, and pay for his board as
thou reuuircst it. I entreat thee, friend
John, to demean thyself on this occa:.ion
, full e nd of i iht notes may bo
struck at once, as upon the organ ; and it
i iieedleM to say that the ell'ei t of mich n
combination of mu.-'ical tones is remarka
bly grand and Mihlime. Think of u
bteamer, with one of these "mighty musi
cians" on board, ploughing its way up the
Mississippi, and unking thoso vast wli-
ludes with its trumpet breathings !
On the ocean the Calliope can be heard
for hventy miles, discoursing the "Mar
Spangled llanner" and "Hail Columbia"
with accuracy. The action of the vaives
sm nice mid perfect that tie? quickest
tunes, as "I'i.lier's llornjiipe," "Money
Musk," and "Mary'ri Yedding," rati be
performed with ease, and all tin; accom
panying parts distinctly given.
The (Ilencoe, between New York and
Albany, has one of these, instruments on
board, and it is said tho boat has doubled
her number of passengers ly means of it.
The Calliope is capable of being played
with a crank as a common hand-organ;
and in this form wiil doubtless take the
place of tho shrill bteam whistle on the
railroad ; but its greater utility will be, it
seems to us, as a t-ignal between our
steamships on the ocean, and as a diver
sion to the pu.seiigois on their voyages.
The consumption of steam by it is said to
be rpiile inconsiderable. Traveler.
fold Ui'Kiou r,l-iiiliiig.
It is weil known as a matter of history,
thnt when (Ireet.land was discovered, it
road, which reached here lule ut night.
lie hurried to his home. The door was
locked and the windows dark. Ho knocked
again and again, but there was no response.
At last, presuming that his wife tnigL, be
(in a visit to tho house of his mother in
West Troy, he hastened over there. . Jlia
parents met him more in sorrow than in
joy. His first inquiry was for his wife.
For a time ho received no answer, hut at
length ihey informed him that his wife
had proven faithless and recreant during
his absence ; that the had engaged in an
illicit amour with a young man employed
as deck in a dry-goods house in Alltany ;
that her guilt having become, evident and
notorious, they (his parents) had forbidden
her cco-sing their threshold; that but a
day or two previous to his arrival, she had
gone of!" on the cars for the West with
the voting man. For a time tho husband
refused to credit tho fearful tab;; but iu
qtu'ry persuaded him that it was too true.
His wife had cviJenily encouraged tho
advances of the adulturer, and favored
him in his suit. Tho means which ho
had sent her from California, bhe had
wasted upon him. And on Wednesday
sdio had left the ciiy with him for tho West.
Her babo was left in charge of a family .
iu South Troy, who agreed lo pcovido for
it f.ir a regular weekly stipend.
Ye. terday enw the fadier and child ou
their way to New York City. They will
leave for California thb week. Heart
sick and desolate, the betrayed husband
and father han turned his Rteps from his
...:.. r.-iv.-r n-iia to rf-tuLli.'
, , , . .1 llUil.V tu,i o
possesses a mum warmer cumi.. , Wh).,,K.r lhe faW wlf ,m9 turned from
docs at present. 1 r.e ue pa:. nave
the West we aro not informed ; but who
shall predict tho measure of her remcrse
when the fearful results of her perlideoiu
been extending i-outh from the jndar re
gions for some centuries, an'l the Norih-
. . 1 . n .1.1
east coasts cl o..r comment are ...... """'-I ........ .,...n . ,.!., Lr.mher.-
I 1111111,11 L D1MII -
ago. . i
.t . 1 ..v i 1,i,.u i'rtiit Itf'll'Q
er man u-y T;,.
The cause of this U lvH well understood, I
;et Murrleil t
Marry, let the risk be what it may it
gives dignity to your j.p .fusion, inspires
confidence, and coinmati'ls respect. Vilh
nd vicinity, that they are now prepared to
Bl'lI.U AX1) I IMMI, in Hi" I""" in u.ner,
all styles of
Dwelling Honccs, Cottages, &c,
On the shortest notice, e-,,1 in t'te inot np
,.r,v.,l a'vle of woikinanfliin. They will be
i i. i.. '.. u.irt i:i their l.iie of r
di,it lei t'f . - . .
bi.ine-s. wliich ibeif friends lit V s'and in
ll(.eli,r. NVERSi. II ILLY Mil).
B-tlevue, O t. :i". 1 t.j..r
the fact only is known. It is Udieved by
some persons that there is a great eddy
in some part of the polar ocean which
sometimes t!nt!'cs its di;ei .lion, and by
drifiiti" lar 'e icebergs from one lace to j ,;ie lawyers are more trusty, tho
with right judgment, according to the gift j nilolj,,.r changes the climate of those jlK-u,r more esteemed, the mechanic
places whence they ore drifted by t.;e j mrows the hammer w ith increased power,
presence of such masses of ice diffusing ; nnJ shoves the plane with a more dexter-
their low temperatures to great di-tasu es. ; uus l,;u,d, the merchant gets a lettet
which U in thee, and prove tliyse.l a
workman. And when ihon layest thy
correcting hand upon him, let it be with
out passion, le.t thou drive him to de
struction. Do thou regulafi; his motion
f,,r the time to come ly the lii'ht that
In the month i f July list, the White Sea
was blocked ui with huge mountains of
cridii in sliort, a man without a wu
no man at all! She nurses while ick,
oct. 11. t
J. T. Will I E.
Ho! For Fresh Water.
THE undersigned iespec:f llv infoi ins the
;,.tnl.iiants u! Hellenic. HU1 tin- surionn ting
eo.nlrv. 'hi le is ereiiirel to d'lT snd Iinia!i,
' VELL3 AND CISTERNS,
it. i..re.! i. C.if e. and on the lie--' re.l-
..".,, hie terms. . LOi: N.
B.-Uevu". t. 3.1, t ".. -l-'l
by the li?ht that j i v, ,.,,-,,. ,,f Archangi I i watches f .r liia in health. Gentle
when thou liode'h u j something which never hapjM-n-1 UlCll) .., t a wli'. a pielty one if you like
tinned, then do th.ni wild him home with
a iust bill of charges, drawn out by the
the day, and
him converted from the error of hi- ways i i.,f,,n. a i!,.. Faroe Islands, mow . .t,,.,,, )(.st a t;.vl one, if ehe is to be
and more conformable to the above-men- j , ,j i;1 vaj;4.yS in the middle if Jidy, fj,,nd-Hnd a rich etie if you can get her.
the like of whUi also never happened l-e-
fore. If thii drift of ice continues regu
larly f.c a few seasons, the coasts i f the
V1 ite Sea w ill la come as inhospitable as
ih.e of Greenland now ace. Scientific : other men
spiliiof lii.Hleialioii, und il bhull lie will
to thee, in the roi l of all evil.
Justice, and n l valor, merits the first
j p'.u.v in our e ( em.
Hewhokn -ws not him v'.f. und is de
ceived respecting his own al ilities, knows
no letter how to form a correct opinion of
that! he does to estimate him
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