Newspaper Page Text
i wMwytt a tmjj m siS cm :wjtt
BKWilPR Wll ill A' W
.- .- THK WHOLE ART OF G OVER N M E N T CONSISTS IN THE ART OF HB.NG HON; EST. JEFFERSOX.
STROTJDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA... THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1S52.
Pti.tlislicd ly Tliootlot'c Schooli.
TfiRMS Two dollars per annnum m advance Two
dollars ami a quarter, half yearly and if not paul be
fore the end of the year, Tw o dollars and a half. Tliuse
who receive their papers by a carrier Or stage drivers
omployed hy the proprietor, will be charged 37 1-2
cents, per year, extra.
No papers ditconluiucd until all arrearages arc paid,
except at the option of the Kditor.
ID Advertisements not exceeding one square fsix
tcen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar,
and twenty-fire conts for every subsequent insertion.
The Charge for one ami three insertions the sjiine.
A liberal discount made to yearly thortisers.
1E7 Alllettcrs addressed to the Editor must be post
paid. S O S I R I I T II N'G.
to execute every description of
Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads. Notes, Blank neceirits
JuMires, Kesal and other Dlnks. Pamphlets, Jce.
printed with neatness and despatch, on rcasonabl
T THE OFFICE OF THE
.1 offers otsr.'ii! 5tiij:;iais.
From the Louisville Journal.
The Excellence of Labor.
IVY. M. S. 15. SUINni.EK.
Oh laborer! bending o'er lliv toil,"
With earnest heart and tnoistcnedbrow,
Thy work is holy; life's turmoil i t '
Is full of meaning, even now. ,N " f
firicve not that 'tis thy fate to earn' ' '
Hy labor hard thy daily bread; "" ,
Ah, when will man the lesson luarji,
On nature's wery page outsprcMtl, -
TJiat all must labor, all must bow
To Ilea ven's .stem, yet wife decree,
And earn each joy with moibteucd bfo'.v
For idleness is miserv. , , .
Sny, is the rich nwn happy, who,
Tliough gratifying every ense;
To nature's holiest law untrue,
Spends all his life in iudoloncqJ
Go, gaze upon his'care-woni face,"
And catch his eye, so cold' and dim; e
xch discontented feature trace;
And tell inc if vou envv him!
No! no! they only can be blest -1
Who patiently, while .here they itay,"!
Fulfilling Heaven's high behest,
Toil patiently from da to day.
Oh! with what unalloyed delight
May est thou enjoy thy peaceful home,
And soundly sleep thc livelong- night.
Yes, honest labor gives to rest
What neither wealth nor power can give
Tile conscience pure, the quiet brejst,
Tired nature's best restorative.
All hail to him who understands
And does the work he finds to do;
But woe to those who fold their hands
To God and to themselves untrue!
Labor and Capital.
The following is an extract from the
nFATr VvorMt ,t tl,- l-,tP Birimr
speech ot .nr. Everett, at the late taring
dinner in Boston: !
i.irom tne very nature 01 tnings tnere t
benefit. In a country like England and
America the owner of capital really reaps !
the smallest portion of the advantages
in ! -i tit r .
Workwiththvhand--thvhead-ti;vfea"t-l e ' y0U morning, we V1MU Cl. 'l he lmigrants had arrived oeiore us, faint outline,)canuot be described ; the are instances of the infuriated mob broil
Man's "lorious destin- fulfill t sha11 se0 ll0W hc is thcn-5' " Wait'J sir" not oufc from "tbe rece,Pt of custom" Sat-1 and supposing that was the end of their . Norwegians, with bare heads and hands ing their magistrates over a slow fire.
. an&goi u n. u , wait" Why thc child's quite ill' lie urday or Sunday ; sleeping at nights in 'journey had prepared to pitch their tents, raiscd "to heaven, swore they would obey ' On the other hand, thc cruelty of Govern-
its purest zest to .He impart. j n.ut'havc -omc medicine Th child close curtained beds, with the chimneys ! and had raised their flag, which they had the laws of the country, and do their ut-' ment, when victorious, knows no bounds;
t Ilr'I! 1111 llll I'illlfl III I. Ill
-aauta w u . T tT . . . . ,-11 ii: - t . n ri 1? rt I T f T I'M tH.t1 TTrtT" IT C? Urt lJ 1 TlI I mi .11 1 - - .'. '
rifl when each evenino-hour sl-ill rnmo ' -u xi x . x -x -xi tto-l.flv QfufTrtil nr "hmrdnd nn liiinnrno- 6 xu most lo DC wormy oi tiieir proieciion. ine treatment oi political prisoners IS
And w nen eacn eiening; hour bi.aii comp, 1S jHthat is true: but it is with overgorg- tightiv stutied 01 boarded up , shunning , T,nnnf:flli jievien. The Cms nf Xancnv a ' -et ,i m -n.,11 x.v 1 ii.: xrt 1, ; J:. 1
-rrom tne very nature 01 tnings tnere 1 tors Jufc presCribe physic for people i 111(3 J0DS 11SC 01 tu0SC WQ0 ilJje tHC cnci . tneir own iorway, tne son capauie or. sup- .j emoti0n had subsided a f'entlcmau of clown thc rising aim roouenes which are
be no antagonism between capital TnW3 iMnl- thv r.K;i,1rr.r, nnf. rlnnr. ana tuu uorgia, were au once uiaooncat piymg au uieir auu ihiuiu uiej p(!nnsviv-n;a wct forward and welcomed committed on tne strengui 01 mis prevau-
1 the .other interests of society, for it' ustice "to unic,s the doctor is drenchin- fCVUt n?tm:iof uri:c' ico.uld enjoy perfect liberty, protected by Qlo uI and the Xorwegians to the an-(ig misery. There seems to be a total
. . ... J 1 uuic.) mt uuctoi is uilhiiiiiiq was hanged for murder in Scotland, which , wise and wholesome laws, which would . . itnmmnn...nuu ne l-iinirlvnnin nnr, change 111 the peaceful nature of the m-
ot necessity those investment which them with draught, and such like. The he committed for the purpose of selling 'guarrantec to them every right and priv- fn f,,. 17 n- mpre -md in a few elo-' habitants, and many a patient laborer
thc public accommodation and , doctor may give advice about regularity the remains of his unfornate victims to the , ilege so long as they remained good citi- niinT1 ...lfi ,Vr11-tinipd remark nromiscd turns fiercely upon hia rich neighbor, like
wnen roany now uom ua pobbetion, ue meats let the doctors stick to physic i Uare, reading aloud one winter evening repast of cold meat and bread, and har
is a-kind of book-keeper or head clerk to ,je may tell the nur..e not to bandage the the death of Benhadad by Ilazael, in the(nessing the horses again to thc wagons,
thc business community. lie
rich as Croesus, but hc can neither
drink nor wear more than one m;
tion. 1 be houses and ware-houses, the
ships and rail-roads which" he builds or
bus, arc for the accommodation of others
-of the public. I remember hearing a 1
jest made about :Ir. Aster's property, 1
which contained, I thought, a great deal
oi meaning oi iauui, practical pnuoso-. shouid o-row iveak, sickly and deseased, eovereu tne mourn ana nostras witn wet settlement. iuout ten o ciock, waggons ..,.! . - x .i , lt, - ii- tiiSlO-
. o ' i m .i -,..,. .. ..... t ... i. i in' mfivfrtri rhpni nnr. iiiem in uarrcis
L . i I A JL i - 1 17 1 - - - . - 1 J I ii 1 " 1 " . 1 , . j 1 4 1 i , ' 1 1 .. IIIVI Ul T
phy. Someone who was asked whether ; ,vby thcu the 0rder can be given to run cloths, sometimes by kneeling on the loaded with stores, provisiohs, eve amvcu ' .. , Oh aiate trip of
, - -, i J nmnncfnnm tlirtv fnrnnil o r1rtor nvnrn. frnm nrt.if1nrorvr.rf lelwrtli Tlr I .fill, llflli With tllC OllCrS. and WlOtO tO ills -gCnt I
he would be willing to take care or Mr. for tho doctor , If he tells the housewife TfV T' : J' r 7 : 1 . r.:.r. " " Z -J i.ii.i , ' i. i.'. , cm to' or: she was cr
Astor sproperity. -eight or ten millions t0 veutnate the.children's sleeping room wefc cloths m-evented the re-admissionn of yoke of working oxen, and a fine fat ox ,;'? ,,.,,-x m,;,' si(ri,t snrn Srants-. As might
of dollars merely for his board and t0 open t,e doors and windows frcouent- the air. This murderous method wa:
clothes, "No." was his indignant an-jiv.
swer: "do you think me a fool?"-"Well,
reioins the other fWs all Mr. Afcor
found, and thitg pll. 'The houses. the
ware-houses, the .ships, and faring 'which
hc counts by hundred?, and is obliged to
take care of, are-all for the accommoda
tion of others." "But be has a'nullion
jmt?' "Well, 'liecan do nothing 'witli
ihisbufc huild jmore-jiiouseSj&cfoi" -others.
He cannot itso .t himself. He's found,
and yoi .can make notbing.lseut q it."
W(oitTir Trying; A piece of alum -a -'bout
'the .size of V common :marblb,"Jpul
erized and niiked witfi acvine vl ass' full
of brandy, is "aiabc? aurd pcfircM for
Kun for the Doctor.
Hun! tell him to come instantly.
Poor Bobby! How he cries! Tfc must
be the plum pudding that has disagreed
with him! Jane bring Daffy! And if,
you e.m't finrl it. in rl,o rio-lif, hand nantrv
you can't find it in the ri-ht hand pantry
shelf, look into the medichie chest for the
Preservative. Perhaps the Doctor isn't
at home, and the mcuiciue will tlo the
child nood in thc meantime. Quick. Jane,
! Tf you can't find Daffy or thc Prcscvative,
bring the syrup of Poppies. not araugmy rooms, wuere mey are ai- a hotel commenced by the former pro
Ah f you've got Daffy? Now, Jane, a ternately half stifled and half-frozen ta- prietor3 of the s;tGj but for whafc reag(m
; frinnnnn ?"
, " .1 t
' ins . tab, is not to bo .i-cd. Jlodicino
' is meant to do children "good," and there -
! fore it ought to be given. If a child cries,
n . . -t- . . t
i run lor the doctor. iut sometimes jjoc-
! tors arc wanted in two or three places at
So to provide wt the contin -
bo to provide ana the cont.n
! gencv. run to the medicine chest for Daf-
i fy4 popies, or calomel. Give one, all of
, pence a bottle " a real blessing to moth -
, ers" ignorant ones especially. Let an
ii ' ? i i i I.:... ,i....i..i.!i. u-
I IlOIieSu IIIUIVIUUUI llllllr lUUt IIIU CllUU lUia
on inn rnufh md thc nnswer i on-
I eaten too much, and the answer is, on
d much, ami the answer is, . on-
What can you know of that?-'
The child is ill ! Any one m
ay see that
uvith half an eve. Hand over the bottle
1 onrl flirt CTinrt'i " '
uuvs -r n- vviv
UIM illb J V. !
" M, hrtrrt -aih.s iWn ilnnfnr 1" TTorf
Ah ; here come, thc doctoi . Utre(
' hn rtrtmr.5 inf opr " What, if? r ffi mat-
Iter?'' " Ah, sir ! he cries and cries and
Series so, the poor dear must be. ill I"
iir-TTTi... i i. 9 tj i .
n ,c no uc u, us .
; only had some plum pudding, and a very
, tiny nttie uit oi a cave wuu comuis, aim
an apple, and 7' " V hy the child
has eaten too much I" " La sir, it can't
v tt , t
- "Ah, I see !
be ; his appctitite is reruar'
J quite quite quite
I ing medicine would only make matters
... ... .
worse. J.eave nature to relieve herseit.
t He will be better in the morning." Won't
T 1 - 1 jt
! you give a little Daffy." Oh, rank pois-
'on!" What poison 7 I have given it to
them. You can watch their effects, and wus uuu ivuee, aim uiwumu ( ui tuuunji -u uuu lamoui nuo smau , grist mxUj cabinet makers shop, &c.,
I test thc nowcrs of the different medicines, posed to thc keen east wind. It is very ; farms, which will be disposed of to his wm be erected in season to meet the wants
; A:,., t. ;n , nietnrcsnnc" indeed: but not so is : countrymen at prices which shall cover , 0f the settlers : a suitable place was also
iuc cuiiu uhls . i uiusi iix ; r i cost maijmg the terms of payment so ea- .reserved for a tmnpw -nronor nlapp; for
' . , .i in . t, , i i, 1 nrniin ToinnfW run fnr thr flnpfor ! ... P , 1 J . . !lwlMLU lur .1 liiunt-lv , proper piaCCS JOr
r etch the liiiixir i it costs oniy eignteen v-t" w
him fifty times, and he has always been ! tlie PeoPlc coul(i run Ior a ilttle com
the better for it. I have given him some ' mon sensei even though they paid well for
now." "What? Daffy, plum pudding, it, it would be much better for them.
. . -l . 1 . . nn. 11. .
comno, appies, etc., etc. w ny tne cnua
must have had the strength of a horse to
survive all that !"
llnnfnr- Urn nnf nltrorc Tin I.nnocf in1
-,.5(m., 0i50 tw vmild nFtonnr nik
onfc thcir .nind freeIv the houJ but
, m, j"' ,? , " , ' D.
ratber rougll doctor People will
h.ivp nlivclr wlmf. p.lsn is thr iicr of doc-
, - -
ors JUf nrecribe physic for people 1
nr i;v;nT ami cimrilicitv of diet hut
vhat aJes hc know of that ? Cooks and
nura08are mucl, more likely to understand
ty, 'the nurse, who is the standard author-
j, ajj Slcj- matters. The doctor may
,tei themother to ive her children'cxer-
C.-1SG do:es not fche know better ?
they scamper about, won't they spoil
their ciotbes ! And if the little things
that the thorough draught may blow
tbroUf,h and sweeten thc rooms-" Oh,
Ai.1i.i-. . i.;.
,ui. .uii-itu .av,u u.au,ui .ulu-.
LAnd if they should then become pale and
fragile; l-wenkf ia the chest, - and delicate
in thc-'digestipiii on the slightest ailment
flobr: or, Vettdr than all; send the children
out to Doctor Gfeen-ficlds, 'ah. gef the
.. . . . - . 7?. t. .
hue of health back into their cheeks a-1
may be ! ci,jid tightly and to avoid pins, but "what Second Book ot Kings. The writer adds started for the place selected by Ole-Bull
. 7 c , , c iu - in a note: "xnis is a very curious iact. ior tne commencement 01 operations,
eat? can hc know of child's cloths, or ot their .. , , f. r ... , , , , , , 4l '
, X 11U Ul.lUUlHdl 6U""UOllUil U1U.C UU1I1 tVUlt.il HU IBUliUKU UHUHH f V Vila,
'in e-nft- 1 . x; M VT I xt.- -.1,1 1x . . OO, ,
- - r- , iiroper labimngs. no : tueiu is um jjul- tt.v(, rfid nn. t af,ROnnt. m von Averse 1 f. I even nrr.
or trouble, thcu-mn for tho doctor ! d Olcgijipate, fron, tho nomination to S X S !n2 nW? T.llo iS.rW.teU,tolVi1.ai.ea' ti-VSly
Th'ov ii-d "better run for the "lazier to nut theinauguration, costs not less than, half , -l ,.,, . ..,-,. nir;is ...... .-., .!,', .I. (i.i, and-n
x!i :.. xl. -:1,r.. Irt ..flirt n .inillmn-nf inlinrs Tifr Sf.nfrt. i;...i x- r....:x x.i, HinMn 'n J J .''i .." .' z ' .. .. .. . " Lli a
avuuLuuumiLuiyj hHHuAt,. wxj-wxv. r , ior every kiiiu ui uuii nw?,, ui.o j -.injittlei cells mcly lined or cover- .
-..n,artT- t- hnrn.trinM nmiff in ns in r in. inn i imnrn. win uu iiiu-ni--i'i -m
It is notii'eccssary' that we should
;5cc6rdm. tb.natui, b.c have doctors. 'hem bpth! and' a n'a)i that stVaight evergreen
WeNcansliye accord ingr to whiins.innd.ca- Hviira'ctsb' stVan'gclyais. that,. Iltiiiik'iiiiift the Norwegians frJ
prices andifvnaMfe at last should gr6w(i be crazy. " ' ' l' 1 ' ' : branches aan on
r. . . i j ,. iiTTiiirin;i iiiiii iivi; iiuii.iia 111 uiuiiuv. uiiu , i.a u. iii"-o-aix
j rcstivc antI rcbel tlien we cal1 in Daff-''
' Morrison, or Cockle; or if we have a hor -
ror of quacks, then we can send for the
. "regular" man, and-run for the doctor !
Screw the ribs within stays ; strap up
the chest, so that vulgar nature shall be
the chest, so that vulgar nature shall be
kept within fashionable bounds; and then,
if vertigo, nervousness, indigestion, or
1 et V0UDS ladies exP0SC tueir cbests in
i i i i i ii i i
king now a cup ot hot cottec, and then an
ice dashing through a waltz at fever -
-nuto cooling tbo.sdvcs
, bJ standing in the passage or the doorway:
an(1 thcnj if a fit of coughing, or a sore
' tlirnif nr infloinoil 1inrrc alirmlfl onQllf
i "'"""- "o" ""
run for the doctor !
1 Send children out of doors pictur -
esquely" dressed, in thegarbofMacullum-
more, or in the Stewarts of Appm-with
1 Let men ot mature sense, or senses,
booze over the dinner table at the gener-
ona Brifish Drink. London nort. eschew-
-I x '
inS exercise in favor of venison and turtle
- , , .7
soap, Cheshire and macaroons-ha! there
' comes a villainous twinge in the thumb or
the great toe. Then comes the cry of
. " John
-run for the doctor !
' -v.. .
O lUt OUt t ie light, and Shut OUt the air,
. , , . ... .
' 1- , Jii i
u- wiu. aLv,i a jaiiuiy. u.uu iiu. nui.i
-. nlrl- vt- r. 4- M nnn Will ivl t r v- r l.rtf- XTo
"Mixed with sterner stuff copiously
within : take liquors, pastry, pepper and
nlrt lvnvnri witli p.Iippso. nnts. winr and I
, -"F , .""j
j a- ' - -
carnage aim wnen you nu at uomeouK
carriage and when you sit at homeoak
.. ... . ...
aa eat, poking around the lire, with all
the windows listed up so as to keep out
tho drtnalit Let the tradesmen root
the draught. Let the tradesmen root
i n xi.; u .x J i
aooe lIi IUIUS3 Lom auu g-ur.ujw the centre, surrounded by the Mats and
aI-vIi..av. .. iUn rv r t 1 -i o r I nnfin t
"uiuhuu m ,uu xxiuxuxxxo, u..uu
upon it there will be no want of bad health:
and the cry will be very frequent of "Eun
for the doctor."
"Rnf fnmmnii :rricn la cflll nf. i hanv. dis.
count wuere neaitu is concerned. xuuza
: Cook's Journal.
"CrVCl'tett llSC 01 tlie acripiIircSi
. In ?e J?urnal f Jchological Medi-
cine there is an extremely interesting pa-
per on "Homicidal Monomania,"in which
we find another OTamnle tn he added to
111(3 J0DS 11SC 01 tu0SC "Q0 ilije tlic vjenci
anatomical schools, was very partial and
kind to childc,n- e preached religious
ders was suggested by his confederate,
chap. viii.) of the death of Benhadad,
who was thus killed by Hassael: "Audit
camp to pass on tne morrow, that he took
a thick cloth, and dipped it in water, and
! xi. X 1 - V. .1 II
spread it on his face, so that he died."
Burke and Hare adopted the same plan,
They made their victims drunk, and then
physiologically scientific, that it was
pected jo have been suggested by some
anatomist. Ibis was not true; the above
o. nfrtiiirtnf. rtn,rt rtiif .n nuilrtiirtrt
. Ii is computed that a President!
tion'.including all expenditures.
. 'Did you say, sir, that you considered
Wr. Sm.th msaner asKed. a lawyer ot a
,;fnnoc !n n nmn.Innl rtocrt VrtC T
" w"- " , ' ., M
did'.' -'Upon what grounds did you base J
that inference?7 'Why, I lent him a silk
, Ole Bull's Kcv Colony in Pennsyi-
! Vftn v
A correspondent of the N. Y. Courier
and Enquirer giTes a very interesting de -
j SCription of a visit to the new colony of
Norwegians which is now hmn.r fnm..ln.l
Norwegians which is now bein- founded
by 01o Bu, in poUer Co p n Thc
, site of the settlement i in the unsettled,
jncu anu ueavny timoerca lanos in the
Southern part of the county. A larrre
clearing had already been made, and
it was abandoned is not stated. Ole
'Mi's purchase consists of between 100,-
Efie llailroad on th N , , nmi
templated route of the Sunbury and Erie
Rairoad on the South. By thc opening
or these great lines ol intercommunication,
' g 1? ,m1ade cc?s ojr orkf
Philadelphia, and Baltimore. Thc wn-
It IS hls intention to have this tract
sy that each one can become an indenen-
dent landholder m his own right. That
each towu shall have its church where
they can worship, according to the die-
I tntne nf fl,m'i- -- ,1 V.
j Ja.tLS .0I tn.eir con-cienccs, and each dis-
tnt its school-house, where thc children
' trict its school-house, where the children
. can bo tJl,ghul,e & re.
ceive a suitable education, to enable them
to become intelligent and useful citizens,
---. .... -
Before leaving New lork, Mr. Bull ar -
i ri. i.. i ....
ranpea witu a numoer or ins countrymen
, . i
i among whom were carpenters, joiners,
' . - . -
. - t j j ;
, mnsnns finrl nt.hf r nrtizans. to tn rw urn
i , ,
and to meet at a place called Augusta,
this Demgtne point at wnicn ne nrat pro-
poeu iu euiuiuence uib eoiuuy. vi uie
, invitation of Mr. Bull I joined his party,
and accompanied him to the above named
: piace, some niteen miies aistant, wuere
, ue expected to meet ins .Norwegian mentis,
) he expected to meet his Norwegian friends.
A i i -l l ill .
, -a-ugusia is situateu auou. tue centre oi a
. tracfc containing nearly twenty thousand
acr of Sently rolll,)S ta" lands, heavily
tiiXred ,mrd wood
. . . . . . L .
i .i Ai.iir. - .
btripcs of thc United N.cdcs. j table to the occasion. No language can these inhuman deeds.
As soon as Ole Bull appeared in sight, describe this music the audience, the at- J " One of the most common evils is star
the migrants commenced the most en-' tendant circumstances, and the occasion, ! vation. The population is very dense ;
thusiastic cheering, which we answered appeared to have given a new and unearth-' thc means of subsistence arc, in ordinary
by standing up in our wagons, waving our y inspiration to the great artist; hc touch-; times, frequently not above the demand";
handkerchiefs and swinging our hats. cd every chord of every heart in his au-' and it is, therefore, nothing extraordina
Ole Bull could not wait for the slow mo- dience. At times the Norwegians wept1 ry to witness, on the least failure of the
tion of the horses, but leaped from the wag- like children, as the strains reminded them ' crop, utter wretchedness and misery.
on and ran to embrace them. Such enthu- Qf kindred and friends far bevond the 0- To nrnt-ido for all the hunrnrv mouths is
Isiasm and manifestations of delight arc
- ,, ., i w
After the first greetings were over, Mr.
liull addreSSCU them. SaviIlIT that atter
; having spent many months in examining
different sect ons 111 he United States, he
had at length found a place where his
' loved Norwegians could have a home,1
' whern the climate was as healthful as'
, tneir own ixorway, tne son capauie or sup-
: zens. With tears in their eyes they an-
' swerod him with shouts and embracings.
' measure subsided, we partook of a hasty
Early on thc morning of thc 8th, the
carpenters commenced working on the
new hotel lots were selected on which
to build a blacksmith's shop, barn, stored
1. P P- 1M 1 tl 1
house, &c, &c., and Ole Bull w.as busy
with his engineer taking a cursory survey
of thc country for several mills around the
for beef, which was soon slaughtered and
taken care of. After dinner, Ole bul
selected a site for a house for himself, and
cultivation of garden vegetables md; the
- ; -
Sklllull aUO SClCUl
AYbilst Mr. Ball
sonic' of us w
naming and inaug
also sites for some twenty-five other houses , the indentation, and became spoiled in the boat received some fifteen or twenty
, which arc to be put up immcaiately, to consequence Jrlvcry one who has paid u...-,
accommodate his Norwegian emigrant. ,r .l)t(Mlt:m, . tft thft M1i,ifleK knmvs that. Blow'. J1.1C aPPParau:e of,the b?an
alelec- as fast as they arrive. Following th'e - - y "good to the eye,- excijeu tne cravings
legitii'nate creek down about a mile we foumlai.dsl, ',7 . , V ri i I m 7't . i 1 T
, .. . i..,h tu-ontvJivn nems of lnhc'bruised part.; V hy'-shonld t it! appetite triumphed: a bag was surrcpti-
tific manner its time of.matuEing crush these and you On going below, they found that the cas-
w.3 engaged Hi' tins , W,PBttt,Wl.. and decay .-iU-.taliO; "'" - . uSJ2
Irf'nWflAil1 5.i tfrrtflilifnl! stances: j V '" '. thing Uvas soon solved,, and. t.hov captain
en V'as.eulwhVWidH 4" In-order, Jtlierpferq.Ji). preserve apples had, to o mta quarantine becaus, as he
tYiinnicyleintlid t5p! j .fsJlonffa8 illltiHs absplufeR nec Dutch didn t rtlcnow haps.
)i-na'hemtoW61ffaV.st&iF.f5ary that there 'iKouldTie no tfriiiSfe upon St. Louis Kepubhcan.
This they raised from the top of the Ho
tel ; as soon as it was elevated and fas
tened, a large flock of birds came and
! in the a Lt and mZi
j perched upou it, and commenced singing
, It appeared as though thewcre inspired
i by tlie sccnc, and re rivinjr utterance
I b3' the scctlc and wcre giving utterance
to their feelings of joy and welcome to the
in giving thc birds a hearty round of ap-
1 . tt J1?3 bccn arranged that the new name
by which thc town should hereafter be
known, should be pronounced as soon as
thc flag had reached its proper elevation.
The cords for raising the flag were now
adjusted, and all waited to hear thc cho
sen name. The flag ascended slowly and
gracefully to its place, a gentle breeze
floated it proudly in mid air, and the name
of Oleoxa was given to thc new home of
the Norwegians. Thirty-one cheers (one
lor each state) were given, and three more
for Ole Bull
Mr. Bull t
then started with his engineer.
excellent water power; and a saw mill
; to select sites for mills. They found an
n nhnvli on h Umu mr. oic c.
j Everything passed under the eve of
Ole Bull : his intuitive nuiekness of nnr-
. ' . .
eeption, untiring energy, soundness of
mdgment, promptness of decision, and ca-L
j,uWnt Drora5tacs of decision and ci-
that of any" human bein" I have
1 In the evening, there was a and eel
1 - . . ,-7 -
, c; c
' ohvnrr, fi,A v--,k- f
u .Mv. i iu iuuuuiu
town. Bonfires were lighted in every di-
uuhui j'Jiim t.. n ivj ii"iin;u nuiviy
i?..u .1.. i. i.
i.uuuii. ui. ojuii uiuue u Mieeeu iu ins
countrymen, in which, after alluding in
eloquent terms to the original discovery
, 0t this country bv -Norwegians, he coun-
Cled his countrymen not to disjoint the
confidence of the Americans :" but by
hVes of industry and honesty, to show to
their new brothers that they have not mis -
their new brothers that they have
. ... .
placed their iriendslup."
The writer adds :
j The emotions with which this speech
his violin and commenced an anthem sui-
cean. and then the strains of liberty would
1 rjour forth from the enchanted instrument,
" ., ; , V . i- . ,
Jn a moment, understanding the language
nf f.iift nmsin. thnv trmiM shnnf Iniui lni77is
and chant in unison the war songs and!
hyn,ns of liberty of old .Norway,
And ihesoundingaislcsofthedim wood runff,
To the anthem op the frck."
, t ,1.. .i ...i
jvl la.c 111c 11 usiu eeaen, aim wicii
. . ti , nvntoetion of our lxenublican
tJoveriiment antt the peaceful enjoyment
of our free institutions.
. lh t Secure a.lI Keep Aisles.
. o extract the following ludicious sug-
uLuiLiu ui-i.uwi oJ o.
gestionis from an article on Work for the
Month, by tlie Muinr Farmer.' The first
requisite in the preservation of apples is
ii ii.rt.f Ti.rt dlrrlifrtir
to, avoid bruising them.T Ihc slighter
' - CT . ..
bruise will induce rotting. It is said
that Wm. Pell, thc groat Orehardist of
..-i -r- . , 1 - I
Vcv York, who shins so many apples to
?n,T.jnd took sonic of his apples and
nd'entcd them with his thumb.
Tttimifld out thafcthoso
1 . . t r c
appley began to rot in thc very spot of .
cdUiy-at delicate membrane whiclrkoeps
iiiv.uvu 1110 viv juu .wi. 1 coil V cuuvaiiii: i.o iv iiiti .uiuiu.
p..ftrv thinT in its nlace and'nvos'ervcd lor worst form, had broken out on deck-
them. They should be picked carefully
from thc trees. Nor is this all. They
should be handled carefully after being
picked. Some will pick them from the
trees very carefully, and then handle them
roughly afterwards. They will pour
them from the baskets on to the ground t
or more properly speaking, "sluice" them
out. of baskets into the barrels with a vi
olence enough to bruise them almost a3
badly as if they had dropped naturally
from the treess.
It is best, if it can conveniently be
done, to place apples, after being picked in
a pile in some shed or large, cool Toom, and
let them sweat, as it is called. This sweat
ing is nothing more than the exudation
of watery particles through thc skin.
Thc apple, in consequence of this loss,,
shrinks a little and becomes drier, and
consequently there will be less tendency
to rot. They may be wiped dry, and
packed carefully in barrels' and headed
up. The barrel should then be kept in a
dr' cool place the drier and cooler you
j can keep them and not have them freeze,
; the better they keep.
The following extract from Dr. Guiz-
laflTs work exhibits thc Chinese in a some-
. wbat new light. Thousands are emigra
t0 . nr:r:
other countries. California is
I flirnnrroiT iv7fJ flirtm nnfl tlirtv nrr In rrfn-
i a - j -j
oral, peaceful and industrious people.
" Foreigners, who know nothing about
ti.-M.. :-i 1 r ti.-
, uie iuu;n.i amic ui tuu unti , ui. up-.
to imacrino that there reigns crcrlastintr
I -v-.i i
oeaee. jaoiiiuhj is. However, mure enu-
, ncous: insurrections of villages, cities, and
! districts are of frcouent occurrence. The
i . .
refractory spirit of the people, the oppres
sion and embezzlement of the mandarins,
! and other causes, such as dearth anitdom-
j agogucs, frequently cause an unexpected
"In these cases the destruction of prop-
, fa ,
hostility against the rulers of
cspicially if these have been ty-
often carried to great excess; there
if one had not been an eye-witness of
imno.ible : and the cruel Dolicv of tlm
mandarins carries their indifference so
r . ' ,1 '
1 far as to affirm that hunger is requisite to
flnn fho Mnnsn miicsn!; of thn no.onln.
" Whenever such a judgment has come
j upon the land, and the people are m want
' of thc necessaries of hie, dreadful disor-
dors soon arise, and the most powerful
' flrt-vrtrnmnnf wmilil nnh be niiln in nnf
a wolf or a tiger, to devour his substance.
Noone can have an idea of the anarchy
which on such occasions ensues, and the
utter demoralization of the people.
; " Yet, as soon as relief is afforded, and
a rich harvest promises fair, the spirit of
. . 1 ., . ' r
order again prevails, and outrages are
mt n stop to Tljc pC0p0 tUon cornbine,
arm themselves, and proceed in thousands
to catch marauders like wild beasts. No
mercy is shown on such occasions, and
j . .
mandarins, on account ot their weakness,
. t :nftrffir kSn(!nn;i of tlli3 ,iPSf.rrn.
tj01J yer. 0ftcn occurred, without giving
. , . ! X? xl. -1 x . ..
rise to severe refl
reflection on the character
of Tabukwang's r
one of our N. 0. steam -
owded with German cmi-
be expected, their np-
pctitQ lor truit and vegetables, after a
long sea voyage, was most voracious. At
Selma, a short distance below this city,
opened, a large pari full extracted,
huge luncheon of soup prepared.
short time-the passengers in ifcha oahr
id the officers of thc boat, werostart-
j0l tjic rep0rt that the cholera, in ita