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A Family Nowspapor Doyotcd to Domocracy, Literature, Agriculturo, Mechanics, Education, Ainusonibnts and 'General Intollikcnco. .
BELLEVUE, .NEBRASKA. THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 17,.' 1857.
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. Bowen Si Strickland,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. It-al Estate,
City Lots and Claims bought and sold.
Purchasers will do well to call at our office
and examine our list of City Lots, &.C., before
furehasine; elsewhere. Office in Cook's new
uildtnp, corner of Fifth and Main streets.
. . . . L. L. Bowen.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
LAW, Bellevue, N. T.
' B. A. Strickland,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, Bellevue, N. T. 1-tf
C. T. Ilolloway, ' ' -
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, Bellevue, N. T. - 1-tf
W. II. Cook. . '
GENER AL LAND AND REAL ESTATE
-AGENT, Bellevue City, Nebraska. 1-tf
. B. P. Bankin, . . -i . t
1 A TTORNKY AND COUNSNLLOR AT
J. LAW, La PI itta, N. T.
S. W. Cozsens, ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW and General Land
AGENT, Omaha city, N. T. Office in
Henry st Root's new Brick Block, Farnham
.street. - no lo-ntn.
, John W. Fattiaon. ..
OTARY PUBLIC AND REAL ESTATE
AGENT. Fontenelle, N. T. 1-tf
James 8. Izard & Co.
LAND AGENTS, Omaha, Douglas County,
Nebraska Territory. 1-tf
- ' Drs. Malcomb Si Peck,
lVMAHA CrTT. Wiee ort Hartley
V opposite the" Post Office,
tention given to Surgery. .
r articular at-
' : P. Z
EAL ESTATE AGENCY, Cerro Gordo
Post Uflice, St. Mary, -Mills Co., Iowa. 2
P. E. Shannon, , . i
COMMISSION k. FORWARDING MER-
'Vy CHANT, KU Mary's Landinr Mills Co.
(Iowa. ...... 2-tf
Peter A. Sarpy,
1I70RWARDING t COMMISSION MER
J- CHANT, Bellevue, N. T., Wholesale
i Dealer in Indian Goods, Horses, Mules, and
Cattle. , 1-tf
t t - D. J. Sulliran, M. D., -
THYSICIAN and 8URGE0N. ' Office
X. Head of Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
' now i j .1,11,1 , i , .
T. . CPMIHO.. , JOHN C. Tl'SK
Cuming As Turk. .. i '
Jltlorneys tit Law and Real Estate igentt.
OMAHA CITY. N. T.. !
WILL attend faithfully and promptly to
all business entrusted to them, in the
Territorial or Iowa courts, to tha purchase of
lots and lands, entries and pre-emptions, col
Office in tha second story of Henry fc Roots
w buildinr, nearly opposite the Western
EuhanES BanleB Farnham
Papers in the Territory, Council Bluffs Bu
fj, and Keokuk Times, please eopy and
Job Printins )
EATLY and exptditiooslv exeetrted, on
ictiuMDii icimij mis unice.
'PUBLISHED EVtRV THURSDAY
relleyce cut, a. t.
D. IT. Solomon,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, Ulenwood, Milla 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
C. T. HOLI.OWT. C. D. KLLR
Hollow&y Si Keller,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS, Bellevue
clfy, N. T., will promptly attend to the
collecting and investing money, locating Land
Warrants, buying and selling city lots, tec.,
Offire at the Bellevue House.
TOPnCRAPHIC . AND CIVIL ENGI
NEER, Executes Drawing and Painting
of every style and. description. Also, all
business In liis tine. Office on Gregory street,
St. Mary, Mills county, Iowa. 1-tf
Greene, We are Si Benton,
BANKERS AND LAW AGENTS, Council
Blulfg. Potowattamie conutv, Iowa.
Greene k. Weare, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Greene, We.ii a Ttice, Fort Des Moines, la.
Collections mode, j Taxes paid I and Land
purchased ami sold, in nny part of Iowa. 1-tf
VT. W. Tlarvey. ; 1 -
CIOUNTY SURVEYOR OF SARPY CO.,
J . wilt attend rn all hnsineaa nf flnrvevin.
laying, out and dividing lands, surveying and
platting towns ana ronus. umce on main
street, Hellevue, N.T
GEO. SNYDER. . JOII! H.. SIIESMAN.
, ' Snyder b Sherman,
A TTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS AT
2. LAW, and NOTARIES TUBLIC, Coun
cil Bluir, I own, will practice their profession
in all the Courts of Iowa and Nebraska.
All collection's entrusted to their care, at
tended to promptly.
Especial attention given to buying and sell
ing real estate, and making pre-emptions in
T)eeds, Mortsges, and other instrument nf
writing drawn with dispatch) acknowledg
ment taken, fee, &c. .
-ILv Office west aide of Madison street,
just above Broadway. , .(
tiov is . ' l-tr.
WM. n. SMITH. I, H. SMITH
Smith St Brother,
ATTORNEYS. COUNSELLORS at LAW
and Dealers in Real Estate, Bellevue,
Nebraska Territory, will attend faithfully and
promptly to buying and selling Real Estate,
City Lots, Claims, and Land Warrants: Office
at the Benton House. ' :Sl-flm
j. ii ii now x, .
ATTORNEY AD ( 0U( EL0R AT LAW
GENERAL LAND AGENT,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Plaitsmouih, Cass Co. X. T.
ATTENDS to business in any of the Courts
of this Territory.' Particular attention paid
to obtaining and locating Land Warrants, col
lection or debts, ana taxes paid. Letters of
inquiry relative to any parts of the Territory
answered, if accompanied with a fee. , .
REFERENCES . " i
Hon. Lyman Trumbull, U. S. S. from Ills.;
Hon. James Knox, M. C, i ' u
Hon. O. H. Browning, . Quincy, tf
Hon. .Tames W. Grimes, Governor of Iowa.
Hon. H. P. Bennett, Del to C. from N. T.
Green, Weare k Benton, Council. Bluffs, I.
Nuckolls Sl Co., Gleuwoud, Iowa. . (.2311. j
Ira A-.w. Buck, . ,
AND and General Agent. Pre-Emption
Papers prepared, Land Warrants boacht
and sold. Office in the Old State House, over
tne u, b. Land umce. .
REFER TO . '
Hon. A. R. Gillmorej Receiver, Omaha.
"" Hon. Enos Lowe, . y
Hon P. A. Strickland, Bsllevaej - ,
Hon. John Finney, "
Hon. J. Sterling Morton, Nebraska City,
Omaha, June 20, 1H57. 35
Hi Tl CLASKE.
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A.1 M. 'clABKE.
CLARKE & BRO.j
FORWARDING ads COxMMISSION
STEMBOAT AND COLLECTING
Dealer in P-'ne- Lumber, Doors, Bash,
Floor, Meal, Bacon, &c, Ac.
ZV Direct Goods care Clarke & llro.
F0XTEELLE BANK OF EELLEVIE.
IS prepared to transact the general business
of Banking, will receive deposits, Discount
short paper, buy Bills of Exchange, on all
parts of the Country, and sell on St. Louis,
Chicago and New York; in;ik collections in
the vicinity' and remit for the sains at Current
rates of Exchange. . , . . .
(TjT' Interest allowed on special Deposits.
., JOHN WEARE, President.
Twos. H. Benton, Y. Pres.
John J. Town, Cashier. 1-tf
Bauking Hours From V to 12, A M., and
1 to 3, P. M. y .
W. n. Longadorf, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office on
Main, between Twenty-Fifth and Twenty.
Sixth streets, Bellevue City. 33tf
TII0S. MACON. I' AOS. MACON,
' Msioon Sz Brotrier, ' .P' '
' TTORNEYS AT LAW ac LAND AGTS., ' -
J.X. ixnana uity, ninorasita. Ollics on cor.
nerof Farnham and Fourteenth Streets. 42U
Sacks O.'A. Salt In Store and must be
sold, by CLARICE fc BRO.
BOOTS and SHOES Twenty casta
Boots and Shoes, all sizes, at the
P. A. SARPY,
FORWARDING Si COMMISSION
Still eontlnnes th above bnsiness at ' '
ST. M ABTS, IOWA, & BELLEVUE,
. N. T.
Merchants and Emigranta will find their
goods promptly and carefully attended to.
P. S. 1 hnvethe only WAREHOUSE for
storage at the above named landings.
St. arys, Feb. 20th, 1857. Sl-tf-I
, , Tootle Si Orecne,
WHOLESALI' &. RETAIL DEALERS,
Glenwood, Iowa., ' Ws b g leave to
rail tha attention of the Good People of Mills,
Pottawattamie, Montgomery and Cass coun
ties, Iowa; also, Douglas and Cass counties,
Nebraska to our'Targe and late supply of every
kind of MERCHANDISE, ususlly kept in
Western Iowa. Our stock of Groceries is
large and complete,' having been bought and
shipped a little lower than our neighbors.
Our stock of Hardware, Queensware, Wood
enware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps and
Ready-Made Clothing, have all been purchased
in the Eastern cities, atthe lowest cash prices.
Give us a rail before you purchase, and if
we do not sell you cheap goods, ws will make
our neighbor do so.
3?" Remember the cheapest house Intowr.
TOOTLE & GREENE.
Glenwood, Iowa, Oct. 23, ltotl. 1-tf t
Tootle & Jackson,
I FORWARDING &. COMMISSION. MER
. CHANTS, Council Bluff city, Iowa.
Having a Large and Commodious Warehouse
on the Levee at the Council Bluff s landing,
are now prepared to receive and store, all
kind of merchandise and produce, will receive
and pay charges u all kind of freigths so
that Steam Boats will not be detained as they
have been heretofore, In, getting some ona to
receive freight, when the consignees are absent.
Rtrr.sr.NCES : Livermoore it Cooley, S. C.
Davis & Co. and Humphrey, Putt It Tory, St.
Ijiiis, Mo.: Tootle &. Fameigh, St. Joseph,
Mo. J. S. Clieiieworth . Co., Cincinnati Ohloi
W. F. Coulbough, Burlincton, Iowa. 1-tf
FRANK I.. KEMP,'
WILLIAM FRODBH AM.
0 UN AND JEWELRY STORE.
KEMP & FRODSHAM, : 1
TAEALERS in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
jut Musical Instruments, Kitlea, Miot uuns,
i ; ! CLOCKS.
Ttiirtyhour and eight day clocks of the two
best manufactories in the Union steamboat
and office spring clocks, i .:''-',;'..'
Single and double shot Guns, from five (o
fifty dollars; Rifles, of our own make) also.
Eastern make: Pistol of all kinds: pistol
flasks, shot bugs, wadding and wad cutters;
common and water-proof csps; coiu cap,
and numerous other articles suitable for the
Western trade, which neither time nor space
will allow to enumerate. .
fiV AH of the above articles sold on the
most reasonable terms. Repairing done to
order at short notice. . . I no U-tf
Omaha Citv, N. T.
NEW GOODS! NEW STORE 1 1
THE nndersipned have opened, at theirnew
tore on Douglas street, opposite the
banks, a new and splendid assortment of
'DRY GOODS, ' '"; ' "'
i CLOTHING, i '. :i '
BOOTS and SHOES,
' BOOKS, STATIONERY, k.c '
Our Stock of Dry Goods comprises all kinds of
LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and CHILD
, . REN'S DRESS GOODS, , ,
. ALL KINDS OP DOMESTICS "
and everything that Is requisite to make1 up a
complete assortment or. j.ry Lrotms. ) , . '
1 1 We have a large lot of Cloth ma that is welj
and fashionably made, and out. of the best
material. Onr stock consists of all kinds of
Gents' Furnishing Good. i
... BOOTS and SHOES.
' Our stock of Boots and Shoes Is the largest
ever offered to the citizens of Nebraska'. They
are purchased directly from the manufac
turers, and are of the very best quality.
Our goods are all new, and rcceutly pur
chased in the Eastern cities, and we Intend
sellii.i them at astonishing low prices. All
Ilia cirUeni of Omaha and vicinity are re
quested to call and examine our totk, as they
win iiim it to meir interest to do so. .
We study to pleas,
no. 10-tf PATRICK A CO,'
!; U r L U V . Ml
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE !
, LARGE AND POPULAR
H 6 J E
; . 1 . offers 'EVhRy;; .
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To the Public, , and ; will
To Ikt icanf$ :cf MS GUESTS.
. ' J. T. ALLEN.
Bellevue, Oct. 21. 185o. 1-tf
TEA, .TP A. TEA tip-top article r.f
Young Hyson, at fb eta. per pouad, at the
BELLEVUE STV RE.
To my Mother.
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O, mother, I'm thinking of thee, .
Tlio' far from tha home that I love,
How oft have I bow'd at thy knee,
Aitd prayed to my Father above 1
When sorrow wreath'd cypress for me,
And grlnf was o'orwholmlng my hoart, .
Who then such a helper could be, t ' , , '
Or who could such cmnforts iniart? (
' In sickness an angel df love, 1 1
Yoa watched m by night and by day;
I thought, then, I never could rove, t l
. From thee, my dear mother, away.
My soul I united lo thliie
By sweet and most heavenly tlei ' ' 1
1 Affection which ne'er ean decline, '''
i; Which never grows weury nor dies.! .'.
But duty has rallM inn to go,
And cheerful that call I obey 1
- But Jesus is with the I know
Yes, lis is thy hop and thy stay. '
i This thought, how refreshing, how sweet)
As sunshine when storm-cloud ha fled,
Come cheerful our vision to greet,
Its glories Bround ns to spread.' ' '' ''
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Emotion my bosom now swell,
Wiile thinking iif days long gone by;' '
1 weep as t ntter farewe-i : ' v I .
' Hnti oh! ws shall meefln the skies! ',
. And there around Inimannsl's throne, , -;
,t . With lov'd ones long gone front our Hide; ;
( Al parting forever unknown, J
Our years shall In harmony glide.
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'! ."I too was born in 'Arcadia,' it:
c. And my short spring tint . . ,
. t . Gave me many tears." i 1
, , , , Schiller.'
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What ara the flowers wa gather in passing?
Wist sre the dew-drops that glisten at e'en?
The summer-lit sparkles, t,he lake's' bosom
glossing, ' l- '.'' '
-'All silvered by moonlight, or the mn gold-
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What Srs the. strains that a moment may thrill
. ;Tho soul with harmony, ravishing, true; .
Borne on in th ether while, listoning still, -)
, j lie soul proves an ecUo, or murmurs adieu.
The. joy of the inoment, the tear of the morrow
I lie Duruen or file may wy never lay down?
All passing ao swiftlyj e'en the dark wing or
sorrow' ''' ' '
Is fringed with a light In the distant unknown.
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fod a rasatng ; ., ,
. , ; Where the gentle stemleta flow, ( ,
Where the mornine dcwrdroni clow.
Where thVsejhyr wln'g their fli'gdY,"''
' In tne cool and welcome night-. - '
Whispering through tha fragrtrtr grovs
... To the heart that 'Godiaove;V,
... ,,Vhrethe liht cloud skims the sky
Worship! '(iod is passing Jiy!"
Hoary forresl, rugged rock, ( t
Roaring torrents, earthquake shorW; -, -And
When thundsr rends the sy;" rr,-
r ;, Treroblcl '.'Cod ii passingbyl" i v i i, ,h
M 1 8 CELL AN E 0 U 8.
) The Poet UeranKer. M
Berancki, isdead!,.Fyw of otir read-
era tut have rcud of him, if inn red,li
products.- His iirflvience, has ben pQwerr
ful, and will be lastig., Here .i4 what H
cvtemporary Bays of hin:: ( - i ; :u i
He was at once a great poet and a (Treat
man, Aa a oog writer he haa neves beep
enuated liol evert by Rulerl Burns. I Lis
name was always "a word ' of power in
France. His lyrics 'were eiin? hy the
people, and were ! always furthewnia
whenever a word was waiitod, in d fiance
of the cotemporary 1'rnnny jn praise of
Fiance, or in support of the (food cause.
From hi earliest youth he waj identified
with the conllicu of democracy against
aristocracy, and under all dynasties he
was the ; name . Berauger Teiaaywu's
ideal of a pott , , ,
" Dowered with the hate pf hate, the scorn of
scorn,' ' ' ' - ' t '!.! . .(.'
, Tbslovaof Iok'.,', j -j V(,4 ,,.
Though ha was prou4 of i,hf glory Na
polen had shed over Franc, sUll his pat
riotic eye was hot bin d to the lJinperor's
tyranny ; and the powerful th6iirh good
humored atire of Lev Hot d'Vvetot,"
made the puwanl conqueror , wince 'upon
his throne, ,The restoration of the linur.
Ikjiis was eonidere4 by Beranger. a deg
radation' to his i'ourilryr; and his pen nev,
er tpared that family, or I the obsequious
ao4 unwise statesmen ef'the nmeim rtgi
me who learned nothing from adveruy.
The governineuts Loth of Jxwiis XVIII,
and Charles X, endevored to silence him
by bribery, but he preferred his honora
ble and independent porertT to the profit-
able baseness which they offered him
Uu ton" cntnled
' i,e san e de t Charles le
Simple," was particularly 'ohinixlon. in dm
Ministry of f'linrles X, which determined
to proiocuto him fur sedition and impiety,
The result of thu trial vu4 us inilil huvg
been anticipated. The poet was cndemu
ed to iwo yenrs' iuiprixouinrnt in (he dun
pnons of St. Pernio and to pny a fine of
(),(MHIf. ' But his imperturbable philoso
phy resolved lo make the best even of .ibis,
and his friends, (for this ,liiuo he hud
many,) formed Urn muiio reolulion, nnd
they raised a sulisriiplioii to p.ty tho lino
imposed upofi' him. lli.i impriinriieiit I
was turnod into an ovaliom I Ilia table
wu$ provided with qvery delicacy which
wealth could supply, k Tho jenilemeu
sent him the choicest viands mm the ' In
dies sent him' flowers hhd fruits ; and on
the roeepiion daya, perniitted by1 the an
thnrilies of the prison, people pf ull eludes
paid thuir respects to him. till his dungeon
was at) guy mid , brian.l 'ns ft soverenju'n
puluco at teA'fce. " " ' " ' " '
' lit? was thrire sobji t : o imprisonment
by the irovcrnmentH of Louis A ill, und
Charles X, with tlio mast beneliciul ell'ecls
upon his popularity and his fortunes, nnd
with no ill cllerta upon his health or his
comfort.' I'rosenition but ''Increased ' his
fnrne and power", and. infifrtiaunmenloivo,
him literary luisuru, whiuh he turned to
ndmirable account in thu . pioluaion pf
new Kings, - ,
At tho Revolution ' of ' IS If, ' hn wns
elected to tlio National AsHPinbly as one
of the represeiitntulivett for.l tird city
of, I'aria, JJot, ho neither Kulicilcdhor
desired this honor, and . refused , to laky
his seat,' on the plea of uge and failing
health. The Assembly at first rcfi'.ied to
accept his retigoiitinn, but ultimately ad
ceded ) nnd Jiet anger totnaiuod what he
bad always hud bpen an obbervejof, jiot
an actor in, the great drama or public
life; ,-,- '" ' " '
" ire died on Thursday, the ' lfth tilt, at
the ripe age of seventy-seven, in full pos
session of all his faculties, and vu bur
ricd the next day uttho Cemetery of l'eie
la Chaise, under circumstances most una
sunl and remrtrkublb. ' which bhow how
eret nowet in the Stater was the writer
of songs) and what nn .influence he exer
crsed both in his life and in his death over
the ininds of his countrymen. Foe a
powerful F.inpcrur whs 6Lliged to cull Out
hundred thousand soldiers lest the peace
of Paris might be duturbod ns be mud
to the grave ' amid I the fyiupalhie of a
Republican atd revolutionary population.
Never before was poet so feared or so
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onOrC'l. , t (
,,.',,, .A Hard Case in Law. :
i Mn G: , a veteran lawyer of Syra
cuse, used to lell .a etory of a clivnt, an
imjiotuous old farmer by ihe name of Mer
rick,' who in olden' tiines hud a difficulty
with ft cahinct maker. " Aa was muni iri
such cases, tho matter excited a groat deal
of interest among th iieighbori.'wbosev
crally allied theniejyes , with unci or the
other of the contending parties. Ai
lepgth, however, to the mutual dibapoint
rnent of the alli'ea.' the principles elfeetcd
k compromise, by which Merrick was to
take, in ful I of all demands, iLtj cabinei
yiaker'a note, for .or(tfnriy doljvrs, at ijx
jnonths, "payiUr. in cplnwi wart..", ' 1
' '' Lawyer U--Z- was called iijsiri io draft
the nfceessary papers1 to consummate the
settletiiet; which, having boon ,-duly exo
cuted aud deliifftd, .the luUer ,wus :siijw
posed (to bp full.apd .amicablv' rr-inel,
,(i ' t'sa' no more of tho paiHie' uii
lil about six rrtfo'iflis after, when'one mrirrt'.
ing, just ok ho was' tpenin? the tifTica, old
Mr. ;Mrrkk:: ring, fiirioflsly uj,
disusouDted. and rushed' in, defiantly ex-
claiming, "I say, tkjuire, am I bwnvt lo
y. seems, on lyo jtote (ailing due. theli
stinate cabinet maker had refused to tav
him in anyothefVay!' - " ! "-: n'" l
'fc'ay, stranger, duh't whistle that dog
away.'- .,. , , v1 ,. h.'' . . ;. ;')
. ,. 'Why, he niu'x uo,use nq bow, lie's to
houiely. .' 1 1
' 'O' but he saves heaps of work.' " ' '"
Hmv?'-- ' 11 '''' ' ' i t.-ni
'Wlryt he' licks tlvt platea and dishex
tleau m that we ; wijhli'H Pr' 'T
phow, for pur ne.jv dog ajijt4 got Used to
niustard yet. " 1 ,"" ' 1 '
v .I..,-. J'JV1! h.V! !H f.'j-,
' 'Vca'i are wry sfiirHd.' Thitmas.' aM n
country teacher o a litdo boy eight yean
I s .; - '- i ; .
. ;Vou a.re like a donkey, ajl what do
thev do to cure hiin of fctupiJitjT " ' ' ' .'
";,iVhy, they feel -him1 morsfaM Vc
him lese.l anid the urcMnC'J V i i
. .V diviue! informed a, tailor that Uio
Devil was chained up.,
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Mow long is the ropef.
Oh,' was the dignified replyit extends
over ihe whole world.
Does it?' reioined Jack, 'if so. tho lub-
j Ur miht fU wejl be .loo-'
Tim Yamu i; C'ai'Tain's I'miMhii. ,
Thu following story is tuU of a Vnnkco
caplain nnd ln-t mnte :
Wlu-nevcr there w'n a'plum pudding '
made by the captain's orders, nil thu plums 1
weru pi in (.no ond of it, who, nin-r holp- .
lug himself passed it to tho mute, who,,
never found, any plums in his pnrt of it.
Well, after this game had been played for '
sometime; Iht) rnnto prevailed on tho'
steward to place (ho end which had no '
plums in it, uext lo tlw ixptuiu. The cap
tain no sooner naw lho( pudding, than he (
discovered lio had tlio ' wrong end of it. '
I'icking tip Ihe dish and ' turning it in his7
hands ns if merely jexaniing' the chifini"1
ho said.'.tbli dihh cost .ino'twOiiihilUnga'
iu, Liverpool," an l put "it dowji nguiu as ,
though without design, with the plum end
next himself." Is it possible, said tho'
mate tokltfg up tho dish. I should nup."
jioso , it was not worth more ihim a shill-
ing,", and us if in poifect; innocence, ht
juit the dish wiih tho )ltiin end next i to
himself. ,'Tho Cniitnin looked nt the mate,
and tho mato looked nt tho rnpiaiu; tho
captnin laughed. " 1 tell you what, young
ono," said ihn rapluin, ' you'vo found mo
onl A wuTI jhst cm the ruidd nig' length
ways tins mm, and liavtf tin plums fairly
distrbuted hereafter. ' ' ' I
A lawyer riding tiirough a towrt, atop-'
pril nt a cottngu to, enquire iho way 'Tho
Indjj of tlio JiotisQ'told hiiij lliat ho rnustgo
tfwVrht on for Rome timrj'nnd then Kirn to
the tigln; but hnid that sho herself was gos!
ing lo pass tho road ho must take, and tfjntj
if he wotild wait n few moments she wrnilil
show hiui ihe way. i ' VelI,"laid he, "bad
company i bettwr.ihao none;iiiako haMo.'V
After, jogging ulong five or six, miles, fhf
gcutl'uiaii asked if he hnd no come lo tho
ron'i he most fnk.-' "(Jh, yes,' aid shcY
"we passed it two or three milles back, but
I thought Uuil bad company was better thnn..
none,o I kept you along with tne." ,.., ,,
: Ft.CsH"! CJaANs. Bishop' Hoghe; lnf
a seriuon to his parishioners, repented thoi
quotalionlhat ."All.flwh is grass,",v Th.
season was Lent, and a few days after
wards ho encountered Terrence O'Collinsj'
who appeared to jhavq something on his
mind. . ' ...
. "I lie top o ,thu .inorniu to your rivot,
reiico," said Terrence; did I fairly ,uuder
stand your riierenoo to . say 'All flesh i
grass; (" lost ?uiiday?7 ' V . ,'. ,
, "Tt) he We you dijtM'rcpli9d the'tiVli'
op, "ana you are & heretic if you doubt it? .
.,'vii diyel a Lit do I doubt anvthing,
your rivernce Bays," said. tho wily Ter
rence; "hiif if your riveren.ee pluses, I wish
(ti know whether, in this Lent time, I could
not bo after Living a small piece of bafe
by tho way of a salad?" '
"TllEV SHALL MOUNT UP WITH WINSS,
a IjAnfi."-A'Ti baid the aglc when
clouds betoken a Morni, ries , into this up
per nir, and rusting on its wings, : looks
calmly down vjwn the warring element
This beautiful .fact is referred to by nut
HcurpuJy Father. Why; has' he told u
this story ?; Haa it a moral? . : O .child of
(Jod, have thy cherished plana been crossed
-thy., loved oiieu taken from tleer-"tfie
friend, as thine own soul, become et
iraiiied? ,r-,IIiwe Hhvi fekotives been mis
judged, aud tlioso ivlio should befriend thee)
become thine eneiuieb? . Head again
'.'Tiiej atail mount with wings, as eagleai.1!
Does that smothered sigh euyA'O, lliat 1
Lud wiog?" . Ah!; htllo ona of Christ, thy
whig? al e folded, aud that disturbing; iut
iluencesare butloinake the stretch tuetm
Whft4.liB.tl ( lo du with despoodencyl
Kih heavenward, and resting ore the
1,'wings of faith." h)ok calmly dowoupoa
ihtf conflicting elements! i vu l j -i'j
;i ' ;'.""' ' t7,,i7 "vt t'ri 'l vT
. UrroMi to.-. "Acertaiu auioupl of opf
poiHion,"(says John Neul,, "is a great help
'.9 ft man, .k Kic ie against and not with
the witiJ(ii r.ven a, head wind i better
than nones umnvc r worked his pas
sage any where iu a dead cahn. ' 7et ni
aiaa wax pale, Uu.-rf fore, heemwe of oppo
sition. s Oopositiou. ii what he wants, and
must have to be,god for anything,'" Hard
ship f the native soil of manhood and self
reliance. He that cahnor abide the storra
without tlinehin or qntiih'ng,' strips him
elf hi the itirfchine, am! lies doVn by tha
'wayside to Ie overlooked and forgorten.
!Ie who btit braces himself to ihe sirnflk
i " " " " O T
whn ihii wind blows, gives on' wheft they
hare' iohej: atxl fallj ushen iri' llie)' still
nes thrtt follows. ' .."
Soi no lHJonla have about as adeouaia an
ilea of h aven as the good .wonuiri whoai
the neighbor was constlitig for the loss of
her son. v-"Tf grundimiher in heav-
lrn.Y sobbed the poor woman, "I know alia
iwoit H' Billy abuitdi i K .r
1 loo's new pateut ten cylinder priming
machine is made up of 1 1,730 pieces, and
20,UfOyards of tape and blankets are used
I he pre
weiirh twenty tuns, three-
fourteen pounds and cost
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