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VOL. 1, WOOD RIVER CEKTEE, EBFFilLO CO,, N. T,, AUGUST 2, 1860. N0.12.
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at Wood Rivra, Buffalo County, N. T.,
tery Thursdny Morning terms $2 00 V
year, la advance for six mouths $1 50
Single copies 10c.
J. K. JOIIXSOK,
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JOIIi SON'S RANCH K,
Wood Itiver, IX, T.,
WILL attend to ell calls in liis Yrofts"
ia Surveying, Platting, Enginearlnjf,
t. c. Uf.
" THE AfllEKlCAN IfcANCHIi.
A HOME FOR THE WEARY.
JV. P. DO DUE,
Succemor to Baldwin tf Dodge,
BASKER & DEALER IS EXCHANGE,
Collections made at current rates of Ex
change; Exchange on all the principal
Cuiea in the Union Bought and Sold, Gold
Dust Bouitht, Land Warranta Bought and
Sold, and Entered on Time,
buncil Bluffs, Icwa, nfl-tf.
LAND Is COLLECTING JlCESf,
KEEPS coi itantly on hand a supply of
'flroeuriea and Provisions, Garden Sauce
Cm fruit of all kinds. Liquors, Ci;rrs,
florn, Oats and, In fact, everything to -
vUase the Emigrant.
CATTLE BOUGHT Sl SOLD,
t bardtd bv the week or monh. A fine
CampinR pUcc, plenty of wood and water
and a fine pi ice lor stock. Entertainment
for man and beast-Everything reasonable
a ad fair. Call one. Call all -money or no
money ! I will 'reat you all alike.
Fox Springs N.T. 2J miles e.iatof Cot
'wood Springs. nl-tf.
WILL locate I andfgirants. Collect
money, ray Taxes, muC)iit l're-cmp-tlon
or other Legal papers, etc., etc.
raws. tv. c. jauEB.
PIUCE & JAMES,
THE undersiiied have now In operation
An Excellent Rope Ferry,
aerois the LOUPE FORK, st.Genoa the
,orosinfc on tha old Mormon Route. This
is U nsiirest and best route, and always
GOOD AND DRY.
larc'aarges as low as at any ferry on the
"HUDSON, WELCH, FRbSTON & CO.
.toa, April 15. 1800. nl-tf-
' Important to Emigrants
-aotrrE TO THE
THE LOUPE FORK FERRY, at Co
rlavbns, J. T., having been transferred in
.' Iha pousesiion of a new Company, form-
.d for tha express purposa of establishing
' : '''bt,vfiaifi,i;Yi,iPi' wii1 h
it. iwei by law, and entirely free from
Any vexaiioua oeiaya
that ara really to be avoided,, is now in
.-mplete running order, and in charge of
na of the Directors of the Company. The
sblic may be assured that everything will
bt den to ensure to this
LOUPE FORK FERRY
tSe pablic patronage and support. Fo
-farthar information apply to Messrs. .ur,
rar Sf Brotner. - tiy order ot the jjoard.
al-tf. O. P.JURFORD.
Mas. R. C. BAKER, -
This is a ooinfortaVlp and comuapdious
Public hoiii e where every com
fort wKl'be ber.towed pou its
. " 'Guejts.
- Good Stables,
Hay and grain, and Yarda for Stock
Attention paid to the wants of Eml
grant3 Charfts as moderate as
could be aaked
P. J. Mf H.lllO.V.
COUXCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
fM. h. liUMKX. M. .
(Lata of Cineinuati, 0.)
.PlirSU TAN ANlf SL'RGEON,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
WILLIAMS, SPKINGER, & (JO.,
" 'PftWSI TORS
Of the above well-known Ranclie (which
is si'tuated pn the South Plait River, 25
miles North of Denver City) would re
sb''tfi,lly inform their old liiends, and the
public generally, that they bave refitted
and improved the ftnie, and are now pre
pared to RaucnVlfti " amount of horses,
imust'nd oxen irom their long ex
r..ic...:fc.'o thUMi-;.. flutter thelseles
thar they can RisiPsatniautM.r Waitttve
t laree stock ef horses, mules . and oxen.
to sell or trade lo the Emigrant, and at all
limes will be prepared u purchase all
kii.da of stock for cash in hand. In con
nection' with our Rancbe, weh?.ve a good
and Outfitting Gores, for which
e are not to be vndertold in the country,
and for Reference -we refer to ottrpatroTia
generally Williams, SraiNoin at Co.
For tha Ktho.
Truth Is noble, Frank and free,
Truth is bold and never fears,
Truth Is old as lsnd or sea ,
Truth hath stood tho test of years.
Truth upkTs thS man of State,
Truth supports in humble life.
Truth decides all issues Teat -
' Drawing the line 'twixt those af'strlfe.
Truth adorns the sprightly youth,
Likewise thoso of riper age ;
Men admire the man of truth, .
Though in falsehood they engage.
Truth is best for books or trade,
Truth will keep tho conscience clear;
Kirn to court a blooming muid,
Truth will make you best appear.
"Truth though crushed, fhall rise again,"
Bise, and take an onward course;
Hopo of conquering truth is vain;
It has such a vast rosouree.
Truth is mighty, 'twill prevail,
Truth will spread from shore to shore,
Truth by Tiino can never fail
'Twill be truth for evermore
is. bisides ibis, to wrc it from uv very j
irpqumily. our only si urct; oi imme
diate consolation. I ridicule nccom
plishrs uch a feat, i doubly sacrifices
ils victim. No wonder, then, the a
cute Fri nch philosopher terms it the
'most pow.rf 1 of weapons." The
arn-gan' person who reiused to sit
down in thelheatre. but p'-rsisted in
obscitiii g from nil belli d him a prop
;r View of the stnirf. dtonoed fit once
when a vo ce ftp logeticaliy exclaimed
ihfit he was u tailor and stood up to
rest himself ! The degradm - jest was
fendnred more unenirlu: able, because,
like i ho ancieiit Greek fire, hhv ut
Jtmpt to ex inguish it would only have
increased its virulance. The "chance
to m irmer" was absent! And when
ridicule w unanswerable, it leivea its;
subject to writh beneath its public
stroke, rompellinv him, besides, for
want of words, 'o ineitly acknowledge
ne justice ot his ti IHlCi lull to iippar
intly coBfess he un l its correction
to admit that he has no right, in other
words, even to grumble 1
Died Poor. j A Double M-stak; A Wa'Lintr
"It whs a sad funeral fof me," said j ton; correspondent tel a this jipry ;Z
, Uen. Cass was at toe KationHl,
the speaker ; "ihe saddest one I have
attended for many years."
"Th.-it of Edmondson?"
'How did he die ?''
'Poor poor as poverty Ids life
was one long struggle with the world,
und at a (l sndvan ago to him. For
'm e m eked all the wlii'e with po'den
proirn&es,x none ct wlwcn were real
izvd." "Yc he was pntient and enduring,"
remark' d one of the company.
''i'atitnt as a lamb enduring as a
martyr," as the reply . "l'oor man ! j lie, ond I wmil yoU to ha'e me mo
nt whs wormy a Detter rate. lie
ongh to liHve succeeded, lor lie tie-
has been renovated by the new land
lord. Guy, late of Bai imore. Guri
oulv enough, Mr. Guy i a litinjrfae.
simile of the great 'Michigiinrler and
they tell a story -of a 'guest i l lha fto
tel, who rather astonished the .'$tnalor
by a demand for a better ;'oom.-,
Abnut an hour afterwards, , ns Gtai.
Chbs w.i8 lenving the house to go to
Ihe Senate, up came ihe man apain.
nnd ibis lime ho commenced his re; l
marks by a lumilisr slup on the houl-j j 1 J
dt-r. "Now, I've got you. Guy," said
TO THE CARKATWAU
by j. c, nowxnD.
Tho proud carnatWu, towering on its stem,
Peeps from its emerald cap with coy delay,
Till brightly flowing like an eastern gem, '
It glows and deepens in tho sun's warm ray.
Its breath, liko sweets of Araby the blest,
Eight win our praise, wore it a homely flower;
But rich aud splendid in its 'fringed vott,
As aiig'jt that graces Indiau grovo or bower.
Its slander stems, wared b; tho tephyr's wing,
Wide on tho air its spiey fragrance throws;
And gemd with dew, at morning's early spring,
lis scent and bcautjMar outvia tho rose.
Empress of flowers, worthy art thou to twine
Inebrow of Love, and graco his golden bow;
Cor fragrjneeajngers on that breast of tbino,
When shrunk thy leave?; aud faded is thy
. glow. -. r.ij Vi'rt
JAMES Ii. ISH, & CO.
" oITIua crrr, v. r.
, J. S. LS VVJ
Saddle and Harness Maker,
. , COTjrCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. :
.(aaafaeUras and keeps en haud everything
,s ats iins. j ul-ti.
PACII IC HOI SE.
tLewar Dread way, betweeii Main and Scott
fclreets, Louncil jiiiitj, Iowa.
, JOHN JONES, Proprietor
THIS House is situated centrally to the
aiaiss portion ofthpcity Its apartments
toga aud well ventilated, nud every tiiug
about it Has an air oi comfort aud convent
PIONKF.Il I1COH. ltJNDERY.
WM, ?a KtWlls,
BOOK Binder snd Blank Book raanu
: a rtorer, Council Bluffs, Iowa, is nreDsred
le- eaecuta anything in bis department of
as mess, promptly, and In a substant ial
.ad workmanlike manner, and at 1-w
TtfOMASOrriCBR. W.IV.M riTSET.
OFFICEK A I'HSF.V.
,REAh EST A TK BROKERS,
4 Dealers La Lsud Warrants and Ex.
Couacil Blufl's. r.i
WILL attend tn acleciioa and Loca-'
tion of Unda In western; Iowa audi
W.brasks, tha payment of Uses on lands I
f rmp-resldanta and lh collection audi
rcjnitianca or Claims,
. S iMLlil. EGOLESTON.
JUSTICE OF THfrEACE AND
Crsieeat City, loi'a.
J k rM'.e in all tha
Re'peclfullv solicit a call from purchas
rs, and plcdee themselves to furnish all
articles in their line, of a quality and at
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cut wesi or inn iviiHaiitsippi.
i'ne stock is entirely new, and laid in
from the best Importing liousee in the
C0US.BY PHYSICIAS AKD families
May rely on having their or
ders filled promptly and carefnllyi
aud at as I jw ites as at any other
Physicians Prescriptions Corefully Pre.
1 a:r (fi irat11
HAY, CORN, AND OATS.
Two miles west of Fort Kearney, on the
PIKE'S PEAK, UTAH, & CALIFORNIA
EmigVsnts will find the Bes t Aecommoda
lion r wood and water
It. II. WILLIAMS.
ATORNEY AT LAW.
Cfflca iu Second Story James' Block.
Council duffs, Iowa. nl-tf.
Pillion opar of Urumhllnt I
"Iiidicuk, Voltulre tells us. "is
the most powerful of all weapVs, it
slays without giving us a chance o
murmur." And this "chance to mur
mur," here let us observe, is aome
ti iog which human naiu.c enjoys too
mucn to lose without a doub e pang
of anguish. E.erybody loves to
grumble. Englishmen are credittd,
by the ad.-ge, wilh that especud (lis-
position but it is peculiar to no one I
na ion ; it is commun(p humanity.
Aim! grtmbling, alltfw us toobseivp,
is just itsnt-ceasary our well-buig
An English Heroine.
The following hc mni oi an English
voung lady who f Mowed her soldier
lover to th a c. untry, is lioin nn old
pap? r : ,
"Lust. w.-tk, died nt (Irtmmcrsmiih,
m En'l.ttvd, Mrs. I.o-s, cih-brat d lor
l r hi'iin'v ntid her eoni-Uncy . Hav
ing tnt-t wyh i.ppoMiiuii in her en
t'ligi meiit with J plain Charles Ross.
she tooowed hini tu men's clothes, to
America, where. a'U-r h a research
Mid Catiue as scmcc any of her ex
could havt! undergone, tihe found him
in t lie woons lKig lor dia", a ter a
skirmisb with she Indhuis, an ! with a
poisoned W'ttiid. Riing previously
studied surgery in England, she. wiUi
an ardoi find vinl'-nce which "only
suoh a passion ct-uld inspire, saved his
life by su king his wound, thj only
expeoieni hat could hav eflccled it
at ti e crisis lie was in. and ntmi. g
him with scarce a covering ; loin tin-
lsky.,fpr the apace of six weeks Du.
my niii nine mic rcinuinuu uusi soeci-
ed by him, having d ved her shin wif-h
lime and bark ; aid keeping to a m n s
habit, still supported by the iran port
ot liefiring nis unceasing aspirations
of love and regret for that dear though
(he then bought) distant object of his
soul, being charged by him with trans
mitting to her (had he cap ai'i died)
his remains, and dying a8ei vations
of constancy nnd gra itude for the un
pariVleied cre and , tenderness of his
nurse, the bearer of tln in : but," re
covering, they removed into i'h ladel-1 quer jn lbe b.lUl(j of j:fe a8 Ebulnd
I ' He did n t succeed ?" questioned
the one who had spoken ot his per
seerence i.ud indurance.
"No sir; tc died as poor as I have
jut said. Noliingthat he ever put
his band to ever succeeded, A strange
lata'iiy Bccmeu to attend every enter
"1 was with him In his last mo
men 8." said the otter, and I the uuht
he died rich "
"No, he left nothing behind," was
the reply. "The heirs will have no
coi.ceru as to ihe administration ol his
"lie li ft a good name," said one,
and hai is s. melhinj'."
"And a legacy of noble deeds done
in me name othuinaniy. smu a
'Lessons of -patience in suffering.
o hope in dveisity, of heavenly con
fidence when no sunbeams fell upon
lii's lewildured path," was the ttbti-
mony of ano her.
"And high truth, manly courage,
and heroic fortitude."
"Then lie died rich," was the em
pha'ic declaration. "Richer than the
millionaire who went (o bis lou bo-ne
on tha fiame day, a miserable J-'fe? '
in t.U but gold."'---u'' - '
' A sad funernlf did ydti fcay ? , Noi
fny friend, it was rath' a 'triumphal
irocession.i Not a burial 'of a "hutnf.n
clod, bu ihe ceremonial attendant up
on the translatian of an antrel. Did
he not succeed? JVhy, his whide life
was a continued scene ot successes.
In every conflict he came out victor,
aud now the victor's crown is upon his
"Any grasping,-soulless man.-wUh
a share ot brains, may gather in mon
ey and learn the art oi keeping it t but
not one in a hundred can bravely con
ed down a Btory or two. Confound
it, I thought I asked you this morn-'
ing, but it turned out to le eld Casa
I wiis speiikirifjr to. and he looked ti
crss as a bear with a sore head."
'Sir," said the Senator, in a at era"
tone, nnd with a pulverizing e la new
-you are evidently liable lo mistake I
for you are now talking to Gen. (' lJ
a se'iona time. Uood morning, sir. '
The astonished victim rushed to tja
bar, paid his bill, and moved ta Wil
lard's without delay. . , , .,
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A nkcdotb of S vtartz' Saner-sat ,
relates the lollowinir anecdote nfr
Christopher Swartz, a famous ' Ger- ;
man paiiler which, if lru, redoimda 5
more lo his ingenuity than t red it .
Having been engnged to paint the ceiK:
ing of the Town Hall, at Munich; by -the
dayi-his love of dissipation in
duced him to neglect his woik, bo that'
the mf-gislrate and overseers of tho
work were frequantly obliged to hunt,,!,
him out of the tavern. As he could li
no longer drink in quiet be Btuffed an f !
stuffed an inn'tre of himself, left tha i l
legs hanging d,wn between tha itr-g- j fj i
ing wutre ne was accustomed to work 1
and sent one of his boon comoanioua til
i nee a little two or three IU
intr where he was accustomed to work M
and sent one of his boon companion
to mot e the inaace a little tan r ihrao
times a dav nnd take it aarav at niw.n I
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au a: . . bt.: -By means of this . decrp
tionVlrnk, without the .east 4i,
iiiroam-ea :wnoie iortntght togetbe , w
flw inn-keeper being u ware, of i
plot. The efficers c;ime round l? ; ' .t
a day to look after bim, and se- IJ
the well-known btockinw' which
uocu w ncni, Bupecit-q iioinmg a
wrong, ana went mtir way, greatly,
extolling their own convtrt aa lie
most industrious and
painter in the world.
i)iua, where, as soon as she round a
clergyman to join her to him forever,
ble and contented would be like a cli he flPPt:red.aS T
mute all sunshine and mildnesa-a jComPT'e ibey ned for the
a..u .... "Dure of four years in a fondness al-
.Iitinn..f,im..ik -.c. : . oios t ideal to the present age ot cor-
TIih mief In '.! 7 , 7; ruption, and thai could only be inter
llie most lovely snots in the wor d 1 . , . , , . . J . ,
MLIIIIII.. UI1II I 1 1 l . L i
saasarrwf, OAHTll BALflwilf
WWW 4 ani
rs i'miib. i ,jirH.
S;!l lows and Ntbiaska.
Weiuhaicea V Hornbostel.
WiioLiBitx and Retail Dealers in
fsnay Groceries, li4 Jors, fruits, cigars, ate
a Vii north second ctreet, St. Leu is
Me- , nl tr. "
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BAS IW.fr W. S. CBAwlOHIi.
RT8T.KT I CRAWFORD, '
Cnnnil Bl'ff,, fovt. al.sf.
energetic and most liberal, are afflct
ed with the most fr ght ul exhibi ions
of 'his character. In like manner, the
most cheerlul heart has ils moments
ef despairing grief ; the more si n
guine the disposition, the more pro-
louuu Bra i s ouioursts ol desponden
cy ; rt ilhm lbe quietest of human bo
soras lie doimani thti fit-rcest passions,
which, when evoked by circumstaLces,
effect the most terrible destruuion
Men grumble, just as children ci v
because it is an impulse he cannot re
sist because his phvsical cendition
demands it. TIu mumbles, iust ns he
sighs, or yawnB, or stretches himself,
not because he loves to do those ihinps
but because his bodily organs, his
musclt8,inews, tissues, etc., all de
mand, at that particular time, thai
p rticular species of exercise, acd with,
out it would be inconvenienced. To
deprive him of the powir of gi uniting
ia equivalent, therefore, lo depriving
him of the ability to perspire ; and in
both easca, that is thrown back into
the general system which Nature de
sires to have removed, and euflering
is the inevitable consequence.
So much for the material view of
the subject of crumblinir. The men-
tal view is not at all less interesting.
Thunder clears the sky of its summer-
clouds. Grumbling does fully as much
for ihe atmosphere of the human mind.
It removes the accumulated vnpora;
it dissipates the dampening, heavy,
sombre,' reaction of days of relive
warmth, and ulghn of redundant vi
vacity. We must repine, or we shall
never feel, by contrast, the ful excite,
ment of deligli ful anticipation. We
must murmur at timet, or wc elsll
never thoroughly enjoy, for want of
adcoualo curopsriion, the oluptuout
Hlrnceot pcilccl rstisfsction
riireus-bl our "chance to murium
son Iins done, a-wep out ot tlxJ
ranks of men a moral hem."
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i-:.,i : i i xr . ifatgue k he hud undergone and t ie
tropical oner in which Nature is most . i n j , ,
a UIUDI" ha w,.f r.t-finn lit' siVi.u uri i .mb
' IIV ."Vll 11". I I ' If 1 t J J M- LV 11', U T I 1UII
she ha l imbibed from his wound, un
dermining her constitution.
The Knowledge ho Lad of it, and
piercing regret at having I een ih'e oc
casion, affecting him still more H-iiM
bly, he died with a broken heart last
spring, at John's Town, in Jsew York,
She lived to leturn and .implore forJ
giveuess d her taiuily vwhom site had
distressed so long by (heir ignorance
of her d'tiny. hlie died, in conie
quene of her grief and affec ion, al
the ago of tweiity-ii."
A Madman's Kbbak -A 1 ;dy was
j one evening titting in her drawing
room alone, when, the. only inmate
ot the house, a brother who had been
bi tiaying a tendency to unsoundness
of mind, entered wilh a carving-knife
in his hand, and, shutting the door,
came up to her and said ! ' Maigare',
an odd idea bus occurred to me. I
wMi to paint the head of John the
Baptist, and I think yours might make
uu excellent study for it. iSo, if you
please, I'll cut off your head." The
1 dy looked at her brother's eyr, nnd
setinarlio token of a jest, concluded
that he meant to do as he said.
Thie was an rpen window and a bal
cony by her side, with a Btrcet in fro .t
but a moment sntisGed her that saleiy
did not lie that way. So, putting on
a smiling countenance, sha said with
'ho grea'tcst apparent cordiality, "That
is u hlrai'ge idea, (Jeorge: but would
it toot be a pity to epoil this pretty new
lace tippet I have got? I will just
slep to my roetr. and. put jt off, . and
ho with you in half a minuta-AVtthi
out waiting to give lum time to con
sider, she stepped lightly ncroas the
floor, and passed out. In another
mo'mcnt fchc was safe in Lcr mom.
To do-) whence she easily g.ivo ularni, und re
luruiu Myu itic inaiBun was itcui'ea.
A watro-ish individual has
"sarchin" the dictiofiilr, and pre
sents the following play of words
upon the Senators of the United
States : ' '.,
A fording Senator Wade. , . ,
A Roman Senator Anthony.
A Senatorial bur Chestnut.
A grave Senator Toombs
A Senator for pursuit Chuse.
A royal Senator King.
A brick of Senator. Matoni
A spoiling Sena'or Hunter,
Amadhesive Senator Clay.
A8ena'oi-ial nurse Foster.
Awhoss,''bf a senator Bayard
A Senatorial pea Fi'ch.
A Senatorial Israelite lftnjamin.
A Senatorial Edible Itice.
A perforaiing Senator 1'earce.
A Senator well done Brown.
A Boasting Senator Bragg.
A Senator of metal Bell.
A shining Senator Bright, .. .:
A verdant Senator Green.
A church Senator Pugh.
A greasy eenator Chandler.
A dipilions Senator Wigfall."
A healthy senator Hale, '
A Senatorial by-way Lano.
A Senator to boot foot.
Tcrkish Liueralitt. The fcigoted
prejudices against Christious'in the
dominions of the sultan is fast f.-dini?
nwuy, tin iiiiui. uu HUUCM'Hieu irom
the present political condition of the
Ottoman empire. Lately, the Mosque
of Omar, at Jernsalem, wan thrown
open to the Duke of Brabant, and a
number of other distinguished Chris
tian visitors. .Under an improved po
litical system, the Turks might yet be-
oeme valuabh members of the great
community or nation. We aan nev
er forget how .ilia , Bii'lan of Turkey
sheltered Kessuth and- hi gluriou
companions, when the Austrian eagle
and the Husiisn bear were prowlinj
on their trXcV. Flag of our Union.
ViBTt Otcrtbb Lirt. MulUplytor 0e
faults i,( olhiri, and adding thereto, in order to
inkAu.ia e'ul v ar owe.
Cw-A celebrated- engineer being
examined ai a trialwhere llolH 'tie
judge and counsel tried in vt-Tn to
brow-beat bim, made use in his' evi
dence of the expression, ''the creative
power of n mechanic," on which lbe
judge rather tarlly asked Mra -1ht
he meant by the creative power of a
l a . tin ...
mecnanici" vvny, my lord;' said
th etgineer, 4'I mean that .ppwer
which enables a man to convert . a
goat's tail into a judge's wig.'
, v... 'r" . rv""-"'.i
(ttrFrom what small causel great
effects may cornel An auctipnefr'e
hammer is a little lhing,"yet It i' eaV
pable of knocking down ihejafjresr
U ill- . .
ijdudu, imu ureamng up in most ti-
tensive f stablishment. TJi? .-.,'
. 1 " 1 1 it-' - ',
Jit-mpinq. Old Lines, of.ConnectU
cut, used to bet with young wen, 4hai;
he could jump aa far, in the ssnia
gTonusl .and direction, .as they, ,'A
often as he found a novice lo abccpfV
Re would say, l am decrepit and you
sfry, therefore permit me tehoo8
the croun?," Certainlv. Welt tha
gromid would be chosen wllhirtalQc-t 1
of the house, and he would jump. 1 '
toes again: it, and say, "Jump 'fur- !
ther there, and in that 'direction,' j
nn W - f ... . I... 1 . . f. i
happening to choose a spot beneath a
window, his competitor look out the
sashes, and jumped into the Toon.
itini , , .
f-STThe inr s at Ciihsuet m.l..
no' lung of going into .the (water ;and; l
brinL'inir eut a shark' or s niirbr-l,li i
by the nose. They live tiiieNr'.n f k
" . j i. if . , . , -
servea nan a century, ineir uait, la
their old ege, turns ioto dry aea-wrd i
and, if they, have won) eapti i lbe If
.1J .1. :op.. I .li...- 1
oiu age, iue cap is sua aou mwHr.gi f
wi lt crra'aluationsof salt. and, if tout v
fall in love. wth them In ifci-yr jilH,j fi
you'll find youraclfip.a picklel, t. '.' f J '
What's lv 'A' Ni tit ? Ga!RaM h ' I
receives irom. the Austnan trid ISr.f i) ,j:J
man newspapers opposed.la Llms f
lilies of "monster' ia .humAn'fthnei:
"Aaiichrist, bandit, professional r1$
et pirate,- adveaturer. -Ae.," whil
tba uapei-B of Bardioia arid the'Iio-'
magna call him tho "heroia n ef It
aly, tbe orcnius of I'bIt. the edvern.
er of Italy, and tha aichagt! tl.Hv '
n human suspe at u!a-
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