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BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. K. CORNELIUS.
An' Ikdei'en'dkxt Family News Jour.vat..
LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1853.
ESTABLISHED IX 1 1J....WJI0LE NO., 72C.
At sl,'0 Yeah, always is AnvAxcr.
: the t!:wifprr.a chronicle.
IM O T II
Mv moihri's form is sleeping
"Within the silent ennii,
Wliile I her ch:!i am weeping
liesulc this lonely hear.li.
In sickness an.! in pain
Site watt ',,e i u'cr me with care,
1 1 .-r k is 'I 'twas in vain
Per mortal man to share.
Early she lacislit me to say,
O.ir Father whu'il in heaven!''
Ami Icrveuily did she pray
Thai I might he forgiven.
Can I ferct her winning sniiie.
Her jmre and heavenly song !
So free I'r.xn sin and puile
Mie hcire her years a!on;j.
I pine to hear her pintle voice,
AnJ meet her 'provine; eye;
IVw make my sa.t'.ciie'i !i,-ait ujiicc
Since her spirit scaieu en high.
Ten lon and weary years have Act
Since they laid ht-r in the tomb;
Then all my lairest hopes were ciad
hi sorrow's deepest gloom.
Ier p,rave I saw in winter
lleuealh a skit't of snow.
And my heart ller.'.s O how bitter!
'J'u think il must le so.
! have seen her form at nieht
In visions come and i;o,
H-t eyes were mild yet hri'ht,
As when she dealt below.
lint I'll hide my sorrows, now,
Nor longer will repine,
Ai.i soon shall lay my aching hrow,
My mother deal ! with thine.
U ,11 en, pay woild of pleasure !
I'll meet my mother then.
And to immortal measure
We'll tune our h'eaits again.
Km.Lt 1 p., Ifrw.
lor l!io l.,-i..ur; Chr..i,i. le.
Hints fo Taliicco Chewcr3.
Is it nut a surptising tliiu that, whilst
! living in a Christian lauJ, where the Gos
j pel is preached every Sabbath, aud the
j tiutb. .shines Lighter every (lay, men can
' cot or rather do not abandon the u:C ot
; Tobacco during church service '! Is il not
! Tub Piticis OF Lhjuok. 'Them's my j
' uiuuey jiccmcihinl:! There's my cloth-!
. iug and food yice me Jciuk There ,
the I'totLiug, food aud firewood of uiy wife j
! and childrcu 'jicc me lirink .' There'b I
the education of my children, aud the j
peace of my home jhe ie drink .' ,
Time's the rent I have rubbed from my
I astonishing that we have to sec tho pews ,,,,,, the fees I have rubbed from the ;
j spattered and polluted with Tubacco spit Mhou!tnaster, and (he innumerable arti- j
cles I have robbed from the shopkeeper j
ii'it me drink! I'our trie out drink 1 for i
more I will yet pay fur it. There's my ;
character as a mm, my profession as a :
a thine; which is entirely unnecessary,
and horrible to lo -Ik at ? The practice is
mean enough, out of door?, but far worse
iu the house. Sfeu would shudder at the
idea of going into a neighbor's parlor, and (Jhrit'.ian, I give up all yice me drink .'
l spitting ami chewing m tins way, pue up
! their juids, and then leave as they do the
church. Aud is not the house of God a
! more sacred place '! Io you not go there
! to worship Is it not called the courts
of the Lord's house ? We are told that
; wc shall enter hi; courts with thauksgiving
aud his gates with praise. Is it not an
! abomitiatiou in the sibt of the Lord to
chew and spit iu hU temple ? Think, also,
I of th'.so who clean and scrub, whose duty
I it is to keep things in order, and who are
! obliged to carry out such terrible filth,
I when it can bo so easily avoided. Wo do
I hope (bat the time is uot far distant when
men and boys will consider and endeavor
I to rjuit this habit. Sexton..
Fortune Up and Down. j
More yet I have to give.
heavenly inheritance and
friendship of the redecrued-
all my hope of salvation.
Savior, I give up my God !
the eternal j
-these these '
I give up my i
I resign all '.
All that is great, good and glorious in the
universe, 1 resigu fur ever that I may be
Nk f-isitv ok KxtRcin:. Most of the
current ailments of mankind arise from
want of exeicisc. The body must under
go a certain
the muscles and oreans in proper
"When cserei.-c is neglected," Fays the ; oai tut" :
I.cs f JluM, "the blood gathers too ()xf()tJ
much about the central region; and ll'c Shawnee "
oppression about the heart, difficulty of l'rt Scott "
breathing, lowness of spirits, nnxiety and Kickapoo "
,Slectcl for the.Lewisbnrc Chromcla-I
LAND OF REST.
O, bnd of irsi t'ur lliee I !
When uilt llie mom rut cttm
When I shall lay my armor by,
Aud dwell in peace at home ?
fto tranquil jnys vn earth I know,
N peaceful fltciterin dome.
Tin-, world's a wilderness oi vu,
'i'his wurld is nut my home.
To Jesus Christ I sought for rest,
He bid me cease to roam,
And 11 v lir snccur to His hfa-t,
And He'll conduct me home.
I would at once have iiit ihe field
Where foes with fury ronm.
But. Oh, my passport was hot iralc.l,
1 could twl yet go home.
When, hy affliction sdnrply tried,
I view the gaping tomb.
Although 1 dread death's chilling tide.
Vet still I sigh for home.
Weary of wandering 'round and 'round
This vale of mii and "loom,
I Ioii to quit th' unhallowed grounl
And dwell with (,'hrisl at home.
Smaiit Countinc At the election,
IVe. 21st, iu Kacsua, on the Lccomptou
Constitution, four notorious prt't-iuts re
turotd a vote amounting in the aggregate
The Lccompton Issue.
t Tli ;:irliii Tin r lmrl.
Sl'EAKl.Nd Uiuiit Out. That staunch .
- ., .i . r . ' r -l. Tin LLwi.iain eOT.'.M' L.
old iAiuocratic paper, the Chester County
i ,,- , , i r i. i Raising new varieties r,f Potatoes
" i ' J " . I from beed-uans.
Iu order to raise new varieties of pi'a-
to 3,21", which, being binco incestijatel i ,ieIU) gune ,00 far
but battle under the Locofoco H ig, and i
gone, in by gone days, as far as any that
ever "bowed the pregnant h;ng':s of the
knee to the dark spirit of slavery," in its
I last issue conies out manfully against tho
Lecotr.ptun swiudie, and thus defines its
future position, denouncing the dictatorial
! course of the South, aud avowing its du
'. termination to resist it, henceferth and
i fur ever. Hear the manly language of the
I "uy.tiWoDi .-"
j "There is one" good result seen through
the gloomy cloud which now overspreads
j the political horizon. 77iere it li ur.j',rf!i
j Iu he nUUiun in the Xurthrrn DrnvKrnry
j atainst the iniriou tlrmnmls of t'f xs
! o'thisl.'itiun in the Ouuthrrn .Statu.' 'J'Lcy
1 Vuve pushed us to the wall, aud if we have
; the spirit of manhood courciug in our veins
we will refuse longer to Low dowu aud
heconie their menials. W e have already,
in our honest tuorts to irateruize wun
t ies from xced-balli, felect the sc.d balls,
when fully ripe, from the best varieties of
potato-plants you have, and kep them in
a dry place till about planting time. Then
squeeze their feeds out over a l.aain of wa-
riarch Work to ba Done.
This should be a busy month to the
firmer. Mauurts, if not already cartel
out were likely to be wanted, should ba
attended to. I'lace your manure iu con
venient sized Leap?, at preper dUtanccj
apart, and cuvir the t' ps tf tho bcapi
slightly with i-Larcoul du;f, palvtrulent
muck or peat, or a blight coating rf l'las
t r of Paris. Kithcr of these wil pre
vct, ia part at leasf, the animonfa escap
ing with the first warm day. l'repar
ter, so that the seeds may be eeparattd grounj carlj as possible, and rpread m
from the other parts of the bulla by their
siukiug, from their weight, d.iwn into the
water ; after which, the water :iiuuld be
poured o!T, aud the seed? spread, thinly
over a cloth and nicely dried iu s-jine warm
or ninny place.
The best time fir planting the seed in
our climate, is about the second week of
May, immediately after all danger from
frjst is over, as a fro-t would Jotroy your
tender plants. The seds may be advau-tageuui-ly
prepaied fur sowing by soaking
them fur some six or eiil:t hours in luke-
'J'h' V irutc insol- nt , warm water, aud then, af'.cr JraininidT
unonnt r.f fati.-ue to creservc : l'S 'ak'g 'he testimony of the Judges aud : Umr our conctssions, aud there is nothing the water, inixin them with a ouCic'tence
and organs in preper vior. wh3 hM tLu election, now turns . left for us to do but to conquer them, and of saI1(j ,;uc carh) W00l
wood ashes, or plaster,
the ground the more
wuen we uu sj we puuii eive imwei un . ., .
r " . ,, ' . ? . , to enable vou to few thim broadcast over
1.220 loving men of the South. The seme im- b;uuuu ""-- " done, and sec that they
ea into ie sou. Larness, &c. 1.
more manure at the time than can ba
plowed in within a few hours. If Jou
cannot obtain any of the above named ar
ticles to cover the manure heaps, until ra
rjuircd for uc, throw a few sjboveia full of
soil over each heap.
If fences are not in gool orJ:r, sea
them attended to. Ou', pile and prcpara
fuel for summer : repair building -f white
wash stables ; e'euo out old litter and
sprinktf who, J'aatcr, Laving everything
removed to the compost iienp that can,
make foul air during warm spring day,
and thus preserve the health it both men
and animals j clean and r. Lite-wash poul
try houses, clean hog-pens, ie, &e. Look
to your tools of ail kind-, if not already
are iu goo.d order.
ook well to your
In 17S7, a youth, then residing in heaviness, numerous aches and stitche.",
Maine, owued a jack kuife, which he, be- are evidences of Ibis stagnation. People
iug of a somewhat trading aud money ma- ! are afraid to tako exercise, becauso they
king disposition, Sold for a gallon of West fancy they want breath and feel weak.
India rum. This he retailed, aud with jut the very effort would free the heart
the proceeds iurchascd two iralbn, uJ ' ff um this burden, by urging the' blood
?i;k of Jij: iiUriiViiKl.T itiS-'i-i,t 1 eventually a Larrel, which was followed iu forward to the extremities; it would case
MOltY, MAIM II M, IS5S.
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m y, l88.
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t.. 2rM. 9m due time with a large stock. In a word, ., he breathing by liberating tho lungs
l!y fuch scoundrelly acts does Tiuchauan
aud his sort of Democracy seek to crowd
an abhorred Constitution upon the people ; auJ tJ,
Of KbUM" i
7:'i:i ' rerious despot.1, whose minions have been and thou rake the .
illO ' the instrument-) of robbing tho people of you may, if you wUh, plant them in driils , , k j tLc are t propcriy carc,i for
1,017 Kansas of thotr rights, keep uuder the ; ra!1g,ng from Id to lb inches apart, and a ,L:s scason of the tL mmot u
from 0 to IS inches apart in the druls.and cxpcteJl0 ,j0 the heavy Upringwork. If
about one rpartcr of an inch deep, in a J0U lavc rsa tho t arbaious custom of
good clean aud mellow soil. If you adopt Ieavin3 wizws exposed all winter ia
the broadcast system of aswing.jou should COBJj3) w;tnoat rr3tection from the at-
Uansplant fcert au5 hardiest plants, m0Fcucr C3rt it oat jmrocdiaiok. as di-
sj in Meti 1T.4J iVi.u
Mouttilv rn-an, F-li. l'"-s S ".TS
il.. M. 1--SH 61.4
do Kb . l-.'.7 SiM
Quaulily of rain fc&J Fuow, ia inrhes ol water 1.14
e . ?
healthy sentiment of the Southern people;
but wo are rejoiced to see it boldly break
ing forth,like a pent volcano, in the manly
voice of Henry A. Wise. His perceptions
of right are keenly alive, and wo thank
aul bo i.m KU Lravc words con-
ueiuumury 04 luc .uu6 v. lu -fi. IIOm wrec io six inches nign, in moist , , leB;En;nB cf , his article, and
The Right Wat. It is known that ; Honest OnxioN. Maxwell M'Cas- ""thcr ""J ia drills as aforesaid, and a thus stop tbe greater waste5 ar:s;Dg from
the luanaitine offieers of the American i:. some fjur or five Tear3 .,, tLe i)em. little deeper ic the ground than the plants ; warmcr weather. If vou Lavc anv ma-
j, : Lc Kot ricU auJ became the 'Squire of from the fame superabundance ; it would , Suuday School Union recently fouud that ' ocratic Speaker of the Senate of l'ennsyl- ttood "-"ore. Aud as young potato plants , c;lre Bore tban be want,j for apriDg
i the district, through the possession and , m!.ke the frame feel active and light, as ; they Lad lost several thousands of dollars vania, aud now Indian Agent in Kansas, ' ttapt to suffer very much from the effects n;ej mae ;t ;Dt0 Cjnip0st with muck,
sale ot the jack kuite, and an indomitable the effect of equalized circulation aud free by a man in whose hands they had prac-! (f course stiil a Democrat,) has written CI a IJOt !UDi " wu'd "2 tn P:aDt peat, pend-mud, or even headlands, rather
trading industry. He died worth proper- action." A bri?k walk in the open air, tically placed the whole management of to a prominent member of the Legisla- tuem where they will be more or les3 than lose the mcro valuable parts of its
ty, in real estate and money, valued at daily,is worth a whole shopful of nostrums. ' tho concern, although they were really the turc, that ho honestly believes the adop- Bade l by the growth of other taller and ' c5nstituents by leaving it unprotected.
SM,000. This was divided by testament, ! Z'-Wc can not com-1 r"P0DillLle Purtics' Jt gratifyiug to ; tion of the Leeompton Constitution would l-roadtr leaved, plants. And the only cub If J0U caD, put it under cover; and if
among four children three boys aud a ! . j ,', g'a ' an 'jn-,, i.wcy tuat tnow that these men havo measurcably be resisted by tho people of that Territo-; tura thcJ DctJ Le tu to,P lhe you Lave no manure shed?, cover the
girl. Luck, which seemed to be the guar- P c bJ Enli.h letter Y should fce i remedied this gross ncgicct of duty, by ry l0 an cxlcnt impossible for persons Sani loose and free from weeds, until heaps with any of the absorbents of am-
uiau aiiei ui tut: jaiue., ucniu.11 iu.- : : ,.( eu;, making up, iu special Buoscripuous lrum i ucre t0 arrreciate , and that ten times the l"-S,u ,,J "'"-o"'. " '"r" momi tvetore named. Aa ocrasional
childrcn ; for every folly and extrava-
i ganco they could engage in, nccmed tooc-
uisrarucu irom me leimuiaiiou ui vuus- , , . , . . . . tl i - u r. .t . m. t . i
,- ,, ,,,, !, T n,l V themselves aud their fnends, all tho nu!Uuer of United States troops now in the culture after that. Those p.auts whose sprinkling on its surface,of water.in whtch
tiau tiaiiics, anu 1 he two letter., i Run Ij - i - - ,, i . v n-r t n i r
...i. i j i t. i mnA 1 aniouut loot If liank Directors would ; territory would be unable to check the op- P9 die ff should be earefmiy mar- ; one-thousandih cf its weicht of sulphuric
MS-Alludio to the unprecedented re- CUiy tLclr cxclua,vc "cntion and cmii- . a l act on tbe same manly and honest pnnci- position. He says the people there are ed, as they will produce the earliest n- ; Lag lefin KtXC(Jj wiu be ger,iceable,
i t o , tai ntji ij ucoiruua vi gcbi.iiig i ia u tu 1 - 1 yj cuangiug luo curujuaw ui aus luuuia iv
i- e v i-i ' vailiin. X IlC uaumcr mai-jr uuiarm. . '
litiniu -driiniifinn in .in .-irlr Attn l m An vnnnnil M n I it rrn 1 1 1 tfrC 1 n ft thflTI B
.i n;..i. ii,.i,V;..nn.i;.n .,....,. lSt andhcrpatrimony was soon thrown ! ..:i:,i: ff ;(n i men anJ the poor and less informed would; troubles that are now upon then:, but re- wbea the crop is gathered, be kept separ- the sulphate, and thus crevent its evapor
says "fomoofW Ware influenced by ! bj sP0Ddtl,rift rf t.UsbanJ: graceful' flourish." We bate before w a j euffer ""lllL "cn their present inharmonious "to from the rest And when you gathe r ation aud consc(luellt hs3.-Working Tan
Tl.. n f.l..l .
... ii rfr.t i iug nous .uu uu uioiu iiiiiuumi. auu
it, but it has not intruded upon "the , , , , :
, , ,, ... , .... , , .. , , two of them died of dissipation and in ut
tfiurcn. i ouderifthe church intends ! , r, , ,. ,
. , . , ., i I most poverty. The daughter also died,
to Jet any of "the sects into heaven r .. i , , ., -
.. I The last of the family, for many years
."Ian Selling His Wife. Nathaniel
catalogue of the young ladies of a " Fe
male College," located less than a thou
sand miles distant, and find tho good old j
y quite knocked out of sight. At present,
it is licttic and I'ollic, and Sallie and Mol-!
ly ; Tannic and Mattic, and Toggle and j
1 'at tie; Mario and Kittie, and Addie and j
past, Las lived on tLc kindness of those
1'yer, of the Western I5ranch, Va , lately who knew him in Lis days of prosperity,
told Lis wife to George Canady, for 5550. j as pride would not allow Lim to goto the
All tho parties were satislied. This is a r,nnr f irm A tnm .1 . 1, cn.l.
practical illustration of "free trade and ; denly and unattended, in a barn where he : M,t"9; Jcnni and NeltIC aDi JoS'e nd
woman's right,." Well, if it is all right Lad lain Limsclf down to take a drunken , IIatt,.c' otucri". n'"0U3 to
for our "Southern brethren" to sell their ! slCen. On his pockets being examined, : mcDtlon- Ult ,he grand. mfc of this I.
children, why is it not right for them to ! aU that was found in them was a small ; " ve mama' thal,t ',C0 th'r
hell their trues ? piece 0f string mJ ajactc-knije ! So the are adnPtlnS "-"tial J Moody
- ; , , .1.1 -i . , having recently cffeminizcd himself into
Major Glstavls Waao.ver, the Hun- rrtuno tIl3t l'e2an Wllh an Ikrt ; 1;iuIL MooJlf- .-5f.
gariau refugee, whom many of our citizens that tinJ' lcft but its sin,I'Ie Jupl'tc. '' J' ''
...... . 1 Wo 1. ,.,,. It, ...., t t 1, .I-,, ;!, , .Tt. ,.r- M . iu t,.r 1 ....o
will recollect as Having been engaged as ---".'-"- i-.w.r. t i c i....r.. k vneiteil I linehinni'i mrxiw he does i J
engineer in the survey of the Ca.tawissa fa.hion it may suggest itself to the pendent of the West Chester AW sum. ; S "Anstocracy m the joeated b, - ucbau . n ..a 0 he do s gBi.h
aie oi oi - which the rascally concern has been made I eu-u eipcnmeuis, u couvenie
gives the following Tariff of prices at
SEBOKANI'S BLl'rF, IVli. 1, 1JS.
W heat Flour. SK.H,nf LOOj prr barrel.
Curu Mo.l, $1.iO per ck.
0. rn, a"ral'icp-r bu.lirl.
l'otaU9. 70c. ptr buslt.l.
IL aai, S-.'nj l-do fvl bu.Lul.
ll.m, "V-L"Je wr lt.
llacuu, 17calA)e rlb.
1. nrj, 2le i-t lb.
lluttcr.KUc per lb.
l.irir, 31lc pi-r delen.
liriJ Apples. Ib6c per lb.
lvsrh-s, 'ic per lb.
SuiPir, lrtra-J'H- per lb.; Coffee, lflraix- lr lb. ; Tea
!1.01.2S -r lb.
Molaj!.., $l.ou per iallun.
Iltef. lC'alL'c per lb.
MutLun. per lb.
nni in Lf r.f n..11nt'a n.r nil ! PF lV PoslTPDVFTI TatlRIAOR.
ltailroa l, we regret to Icarn.was one of the ; reader simply stating that the story is a up the gain already effected by the sale
victims of tbe fire at the TaciGc Hotel, in ! ,rue onc' and a11 tUc facl3 wul1 tnown to
f-'t. Louis. He was literally burnt up, i maDy wli0ln lbis rclatiou will doubtless
aud scarcely a vestige was left cf bis re- reach. Won Latyr.
nuius. IhrncHk V,mo.:n,t. Many of Pcesticks went to a fa&ionaUc
our readers will recollect Mr. Waagner, as church in a city to buy a pew, but had
some time a guest of the lato Francis J. 100 1'oht a purse. He says :
Gcssncr, in I.cwibburg J
Goold ilnowx'a "First Lessons'' and
"Institutes," of Engli.-h Grammar. V.
Xcvius ( Co. have for salo two works on ;
(Grammar, by this celebrated author. I
iirown's Grammars are very popular iu .
many parts of the Union, and the 1'ub
lishers (.S. S. & Wru. M ood, 3td llroad
way, New Vork) desire the attention of ,
Teachers and School lircctors to them.
The "Grammar of Knglish Grammars" is :
a larger work by the same authcr. The
Fame Publishers advertise over 4,000 Med- i
ical works in Knglish and French. i
I very soon discovered that no dead
heads were allowed on this line, and that,
if a man couldn't pay, Lc was put off tho
train. After some preliminary chat about
the foreign news, the state of the mark
ets, the hope of a revival of religion, tho
rise in "F.rie," tbe progress of the work
ti. M;n l.mr..,r i i.e. I'.tUir. Wrtc union oi those who would consume witu-
follows : ou' rrouc'nrTi ''ro without working,
Receipts for 8 months 8702,103 ' kD0W wi!!lout learning, carry all honors
Expenses do 070,871 ', without deserving them, occupying all tho
places of goverumeut without being able
Profits S-2,-20-2 ; to fill them."
The above is from the report of the ; It ha3 been s(.ici tlial ;B Switzerland,
Carfal Commissioner.". ' m. .wa3 shaving at a window.
I,. rr ' aia tnnp irrtn Viil wtil finri erraf vannf w nF
B,Thc (Iowa) Yettenl luhntndent i staIC 01 Bna,rs 83 rre-eraoic io an cniorce- J c J - -6'- v , wrr.
1 mnnr nr in I ieenmrrnn i nn.nrni nn. nnn 1 -- .v...-, . t .u u.
he earncstlv renuests tho gentlemen to
I whom the letter is addressed, to spread : shapes, colors and qualities which must A young lady ia Panbury, Conn., ia
1 these facts before the members of tbe j carefully sorted and planted the nest desirous of getting married. Sbc h oV-
! Legislature, and endeavor to obtain the Jear in wparate divisions, when their re- tamed all the necessary articles the man,
! passage of Auti-Lecompton resolutions, i la,ivc prodactivensss and ccllQnce,when bridal attire, gewgaws, " chicken fisins
1 cooked, may be fairly tested, and the best but an alarmins obstacle Las present-
The Maysville (Ky.) EajTe contains the s otLers tLrown away eJ ;tscIf There is no church in that
following pertinent paragraph : j g(jme Ac gecja of p!a,e with ais!e3 ,,road enongU to gJmit
! yHATXcRTnERXpoUOUFAt-ES D.UtN T . j , anJ hcr crin&Iine nnd 60 sbe Mipd , post.
CAY. The Constitution that is now beinir . ' r ,, ... , ... .. ,
1 forced on tho people of Kansas, is a cheat ,crtrard3 transplant them as above; but pone the "happy day until the compo
und a swindlL..and thev have so denounced as this process is more troublesome, and , tion of a new sanctuary, which is in prrg-
Wuat is AnisTocRAcv ? In reply to it by their voices, legally and fairly ci- j produces very tender plants, the better way rcss of erection, or "take in her sails."
this question, Gen. Foy, a distiuguisbed pressed at the polls and if, thcrcforc,any t j3 to dispense with the hot bcd3,c'rcciaI1y A FoROETreL Ji'PGE. A Gwinnct
orator in the French Chambers, gavo the man gives his support to the measure ad-, ; our jatilujc. So lct CTerv one fond of (q3 correspondence of tbe AucustaEvo-
and make ning DifjKttch says : "Judge Hutching
convenient. (See received a letter from tho Clers of Clark
Interest on ?7 ,500,000,8 mouths 8250,000 ; WU(U gome com;cal fjow cracked away at
Deduct prolits as abovo ' . . . , . n ti -i i
1 : him with a snow ball. The missile struck
Actual caia bv the (ax pavers, i
iu 8 months, by the sale, S107,708 ! he died from the wound. That was in the
Over ficenlv thausaml ,U,ns a month .' ! Canton of Glaris, and since then tho an-
of grace and the price of pork, the lowly ' Why does uot the Canal Board recommend j '"oritics have decreed that whoso throws
ones gathered around, and the salo began. : a sale of tho remaiuing Public Works ? : a f now 0111 BUa' uc sentenced to six years
rucccssful thus far. I -ig- liep.jj4!- P- 00 1, OiO. IS 19 p. county, a few days ago, informing hici,
St. Lotris, Feb. 25.-The Leavenworth ! SC9' ',2 T0' ,S55 P' 203' 1950 ,hat k wa3 t0 coart in ,hat
Times says that the Judges and Clerks of! P' '-50,r'"senden.) This is the most sue- county on the first MnnJay ia February,
election in Shawnee District were arreted; j cestui mode of raising new and Lardy va- and inclose J in tho letter a very neat
and. nnboini? sworn before tbe Wish i 5UJ,cn,r eiieCcc. oun aienaer ler ir. ino duugo
tivo Investigating Committee, testified I lf'J-' West
that the poll book of Shawnee was taken j Fe a Farmer. If a young man wants
to Westport, Mo., and that S00 names to cnsraire in business that will insure him. :
wcro added thereto, at that place. J. J. in middle life, the greatest amount of Kev. Jesse Authony, at the North Secon.l
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.... , . tvlartson, tlio iostmastcr at l-eavcnwortti, i leisure time, there is nothme more sure
and cut tho man s throat, and . ,. . i f 1 , . , . t,
. , ,. . ' . was burned iu effigy on tho night of the , thaa farming. If be has an independent
loth, and threats were made to hang him, ! turn of mind, let him be a firmer. If he !
if he could be caught. wants to engage in a healthy occupation,
We soc ia the Southern State Rights i let him till tho toil In short, if he I
Court Calender fer
'. having forgotten Court week till too lute,
sent his apologies to the Clerk."
Svi'PEX Peatil At the funeral of
Gen. Scutt, in a recent commuuicalion
Those pews nearest the pulpit, or perhaps 1 Answer Tkey would lose their own offi-
I should say those scats next the locomo- ces, and deprive their political favorites of
tivo, were sold first, and brought seventy, j further opportunities of plundering the
eighty, and even one hundred dollars ire- j State Treasury.
mium ; the price was to be paid merely ri...."...... tu t-
'.' . . J Consumption. There is no fact in pa-
iur u cii'txi ui acai.-i, in iitttitauii iu itc re- , .1 i 11 . 1 i 1 . .1
. , , , J ! tholocy more ccrfaiuly established, tban I
11ar mi. I lnt.iritlv aw that T Iiftrtn f. , . . . .
St. Methodist Church, ii Troy, N. Y., oa
Thursday week, after the Ecrmon, Itev.
Samuel Howe pronounced a eilngiuni ott
the deceased, concluding as follows : "I
am 73 years of age ; my feet are near
those of Frother Authony, and I Stall
I instantly saw that I hadn't
money enough to take a first-class cabin
that common consumption of tho lungs
can be permanently arrested, in the ad-
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I 1 1 c ' 1 1 . . ! 1 hose pews nearest the pulpit, or perhaps 1 Answer 1 key would lose their own offi- solitary couuncment. . 11 i. f .,t, i.. -;,i,: i- .,.. , ,, soon join Lim.' Mr. Howe then went m-
1 aeachers and School lUrcctors to them. : . . ,', , 1 ' 1 i , , . ., . .... ,, J ,, t, , ,. . ! the Kansas admission bill, if it shall be . oi earth, Lecp within his mean, to shun ; '
J . , ,,, ,. , . : I should say those scats next the locomo- ces, and deprive their political favorites of ly an old Pennsylvania ordinance, it ' , , ... ... ! ..,. . i - , ; i,,. to the ba.'emcnt, seated himself in a rock-
was made a penal offence for any female Lec0I (on Constitution prohibiting the ! doctor ; be honest, that Le may have a
who was over ten years of age, and could ttUeration ofthc samo til! aftcr iS0l, and clear conscience; improve the -oil, so as !
afford to purchase suitable g .rmcnts to , if GeB. CaILoun is t0 certif lle t0 lcavc the worM bettcr ,taB Il0 fcunJ .
wear a low necked dress By way of d,s- o thc ,,rco Ll.gislaturc. it . and l!i0n if hc eaB not ,t9 h3rpiiy ,
tinction, however if tho woman could j SouthnD gtatu Ri hu mcuiler3 have tS. i allJ dic0ntent, there is no Lope for Lim. j
bring proof that she was a depraved char- , , . . . I
. . . . i pressed lhe same views in private. ; .. .. ir., i !
vaueed stages, ni .wholly eradicated from j tilnes' anJ fa?nian, oh ; ' j Anti-Lecompton AT the Soli.i- dcut of the ,.jna New3 My,: ,.Snme ;
,v i im i t c u- "c oel'evc a majority w tuo voters oi ,cars a0 J had a leakiu" 'L ' Evcrv
At I unchal.'Maderia. where Gen Pieroa . .. . .... , : J1""3 uo" "au " ieu.iu0 n. r.Mtij ,
fuecessful in routing the Indiansand cap- was not a single seat that came .!. i r"" . m FreDU.'S 31 'e35'. " ' ..,1 I,.!- . . rr, ,.. ,. r. ienocfscc, .laryian.. ana a nnrlhcasl storm drovo its waters in. , ;
trig a" ll-eir animals and property, was J my pile, and I felt I must give up the ! b M . 77 7 " I ri.ges used, are a kind of thing tha look 1 - 7 c0WPsi,'wn f fdur Pounds cf i
exposed to very wet and cold weathered, journey! or find a cheaper conlyanc, for 711 tZ 4 of an old wood A and are , "Ll'Tt" Tl "J T . !C ' i
7 C . .... .. w.uti .uuiuiiu " u.bu... leMil. ftr.ri llfl If in! irilll fl l.enoh tn II. n
Tl urawu uv uciseo. iu uuu ui luese lue i.i- . . A, - i i . i i ... p.. .t :
1 ho worse 1 . nr.noaed to the Nebraska act. and. under . -i .i. . i :.:. .i . 'u i-iiieo
President of tho L uitcd- States, and his -. ., . -.,;ri. ' . .. M ' J
lady, took their first ride on landing ou tho
to the War Pepartuien', says:
"Captain James Oakes, with a part passage, but that there might be a place
of his Company C, 3d Cavalry, on a scout i for mo somewhere. Jones bought a tick-
r..l-.--'p i-ii in. .. . . ' mi aieiu it uut iu iia uei'iuuiu, uv me
from his post in Jexas, in which he was; Ct, and Smith, and Tompkins: but there , . , -. f .
, .ri .,,- ,, T ,. , I ' . , ' , persistent habit of Fpending at least cii;ht
puccesstut in routine Hie Inrimnc .in. .nn nnf n ;nlA ennl .1- iA I C3 b
f r more than seven days, bis party sub-
usted on two days allowance of bread and
; coffee, and such game as they could kill,
t .... ..i. i' (r.j i. i
a ..a.u.j, i.ou.u.1 i aiiom lo go lW UUR-a . . f . J,..;.-.! from
at sncu exorbitant rates. I ., . r , !
lue wcaiuer, mu uioiu iiecesMiy lor ucing
out in it ; for, bad as tho weather out-:
F.akcroftos IIuciiasas. Hon. Geo.
Bancroft, tho celebrated Democratic histo
rian, listened to tho reading of tho Mes-
One item ia the wardrobe of the Prin
cess Hoyal of England, on her marriage,
should attract the attention of Am. women.
A part of hcr "fit out" was twelve pairs of
boots, which are described as "useful and
solid :" some
a r .... . ci .1..
5 nr.,1 lhe fl.O, ,.fl,. .1 l,:...l ''""-'-"' '"8
; . . .i..j.'. .... . b' i who can quit the brilliant society of the dnnrs mav be. that indoors is a part of it.
aiuuiit.-u. I i in j 'Xt vilKCS IS H SOD I I
of Judge Okes, of Limestone Montour S' ' iSt,Cn, ! 'i kird,ly f ag i wi,h tue ttJJition of a11 the funics from
i' i.. -i ' "ho can hold cheerful conversation foul cellars, dirty kitchens, and execrable
I ttliu uuu n uum jia u.u ue.iit.ll UI all WatCT-ClOSCtS.
B5.c see that thc AYw Yarlc Outer-', charms: show me the man who is willing
rcr and Eome other papers of a bi"h mor- i to help thc deformed, who would stand
al tone, have at last nsceitaiucd that in need of help; show me thc man who
'ultt iOCKS and all similar sehemnj am I vnuOl nn Rnnntr rn.lolw nt. ihn dm.
merely a new phase cf lottery gambling- ! cirl, than at tho well-dressed lady : show I and Whn '.tWaB eoc.,u, rrououn
a fact which many local journals thev ! mn tl. ...an hn trea, nnrn.l,I ,.;.!. i ccJ " tuc most 'I'fgracctul document thai
rd as "unimportant," detected from thc ' cuhood as hc would tho heiress, surround- Cvcr iMUcd from ,hc rcn an American ,ag(1) ttt a rcccnt meeting, resolved to j
out-tart. If thrv e.m im.I.i (hn W'iJU iln ,f.,I nrnla..tinn r 1. ! statesman. As 1 wish to be literally cor- ; ,ilal,Br,i fi.a, -Ksur.l rule of ctinnelte whirh
t!,i.v l,-,r.. .i . i .. . ii.. tv :i 1 . i r. i . .i . . .- . ' i rcct oo such interesting points, it seems I :..,!. f..ti r .tm : dent Democrat, the Anc lurk Hun all
the circumstances, justify Senator Bell iu Las llcVtr K.akeJ tb
thc course he has seen fit to pursue. Ril- mcn,iod tlie composition to my neighbor,
timore Patriot. I who u;lj a w;n,iJW wnit.u icafcc,, ba,ily
SectiosalTomfoolekt. Ia thc Lou-! Uc applied it and tho leak stopped. 1
j isiana House of Keprcscotatives a bill has : made my water cask tight by this compo-
been introduccu, one section oi wuicn pro-1 siliou, and havo recommended it for
vidc3 that no debt owing to a citizen of ' clrimneys, windows, ic., and it Las al-
of them.intcnded for "rough ' Massachusetts shall be recoverable in the ways proved a cure for a leak."
CUUl 19 UI XilUiridUa. 1 HU lUtlUUUOLl UI ,
walking," aro provided with treble soles. , , ,' Get A II-me. Get a home, rich or
' ,.... ,, ! such a bill should be "taken under a shed , . ,
The TecumscU (Mich.) Herald say9 . . .. . ,, : poor, yet a home, and learn to lore that
that tho Tresbyteriau church in that vil-1 ! home, and make it happy to wife and
i,uuiU.ii,uuiiu,i.,i,iUu, l4 children by your beaming presence;
pcrs in New York city, also that Indepen-1 , , , in , fl3wcri o(
i God'i own planting, aud music of his own;
J u uouu uy periuilliug IU8 lpl'VU riciics aua lamily; SUOW UlC lllm Who1 i requuca a nuum nitj' iuii ui emiiiutii in - . i .Jim a ir.n j i.iiuif uu musn. vi u unu,
I to make them his so effectual agents for! avoids thc libertine's sido-who sLuD9 j proper for me to state that thc word r Md file oul into the broad aisle, ia take strong ground against tUo Leeomp-j lhe ,,irJ win1 auJ Ba(erfji. Sa all
"Uie money, we thall be glad. "T. him as lhe blasphemer and tradueer of P"cu "3 lU8 uli"oriau l luc 'compion orJcr to give a la,,y tu0 foot of thc sip iuu BUou,.uuou. aUU air,,.,.., MJ J0U Uc!l l0 (Iie liJe pf dtfsoUUuDl
Todd i CoV Rwindle is now hit on ! u'3 mother's sex who scorns as be would
message, was "htHish." Mr. Bancroft
la South Reading, Mass., a town of
i it is lost.
poverty and despair, that comes upon so
all tides, UB,i ,.. v- Vr,rt- Bn,.i,i ' ("c coward, tho ridieuler of woman's rep- I was Secretary of tbe Navy uuder Pres. i , . - , , ., . ,." , . . T ,. .' . Vi'""' ',hc, f , ' many throuiih tho scorn if little thincs.
not tnd that very and very hnora-U ' "l? T?- er j oik, an, was afterwards appointed Mm-1 si ,0 dcatu of acU1j ftum .TuQe lo JaDU. remedy for cold feet. Tako paper-old S be charm of a little home ; comfort
' . . J i I jrsrets lor an instant the duhcarv and re. : Uior . 1-.,7 ' J . 11 . . . i ? n .. at . -. i. j t -
- u.-Ci.lj,HVIl v Hi 1 1 - -I f.,- l. .. ' " ... loifci r.-j iiu-tatu a
.,.i u) co luaujr Kcet t Dal 13 due to woman, in an v mm i. 1
I'm try t j "live and tiou or clat.-, aul you show luc a fruegen ' The C
, tlcmad :yr,ir.
that portion of the rear ; ncwapapcri will do one cr two thick- J Jwll there that thun the gilded h ills of
ii-sue-I ZfW pUn tb past when eicVnc and death are generally i utsc.i, an 1 wrap round your fert. Theo , --witty. Live bumble iu your lull home,
1 prcvakut am'-'pg ".InHicu.
' dnw ''n j"ui h?jphca yui bo'.'ts. lrv it.
i b.k t'. '.I A f t a i-r-ul-.;
ing chair, and instantly exi ired.
There are feur graduates of DarLmoutli
College whese united ages exceed four
hundred jears, viz ; Hev. John Sawyej,
P. P, of Bangor, P'2 year?, 4 months;
Iter. Laban Ainswortli, of Jeffrey, N. II ,
100 years, 7 mouths; Hev. Ethan Os
bora of Fairton, N. 3.,'JO years, 5 months;
Itev. Zachariah Green, of Hempstead, L,
I., Vi years, 1 month. Total, iOO year
and ) months.
Poisoned r.Y Tohao o. TLe Trairie
Is: lpr sivs that a man at
Patch Grove cut his linger last week, with
a knife w hich he was cutting tobacco with.
It was a slight cut, but his haa l and aria
g.ion begin to swell, and in a tew daj-J ha
died from thc effects of if.
It may be mentioned as an evidence of
the increased attention paid to matters of
education in IllinoU, that sine January
1st, IS3G, three thousand school house
hare been built in the State.
It is estimated that were all the Uui
ted States as densely inhabited as Massa
ehusett.', they would, have a population of
1 40,000,000 scul, of which Texas would
Our Government land rojfs one dollir
an aero on an average-. How niaiiy a
driuking man dus landless, w'u--, durtu;;
his life has swallowed a whole t-Auihip,
tret? and all !
Ev.rj wo) ! n b j tb' l,I,s tbe plv
if a 1 z l'.-t ia Ijtti a s'.u'cr jp- e-.a