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BY WM. WALLACE.
I'm of th pre! I'm of thf pro!
Mv throne simple chair;
I a- k no other tnaj 'lv
Than .irikes the garer tWre.
The horse of fire obey my no J,
My ci artiee wrk the ea.
1 Ik lighti.iucs I. ft their flaming manes,
At ail' couimaud tor me.
I'll of tho press! I'm of tlie pro-!
Do monarch' wear (iie crow it.'
I M all my i . i. MftMfl my p jjr
And ci u ns have tumbled down.
The clou.! rioat on, the nations s'.rive,
Without ttie ihm.d rolli .
Within, . brood i h quiet thought
'J hat change all Ibe soul.
I'm of the pre ! I'm of the pre!
'J'he dead around mo ihrotig;
Their aw lui voice whisper Tkith!
Their eye lo'bid the Wrong.
Proa them I gather j y un . eirenB'ib,
Nor hted pale error'a curse;
Bot luve to hurl woe and pain
From ine boundless universe.
I'm of tfu press! I'm of the press!
Mv ho' em but I i-d type.;
With them I quell the tyrant horde
And rear tite star ami stripes.
J (fir my hand to nil mj race,
My altar's freedom's od :
I any my prayer and bend my knee
A. one, alone to God.
The Democratic State Candidate! oo: A ( R I ( I I. T I K A I, . The Backwoodsman and the Minister.! bWuui l'un.-To pJ.t.c.an. jok
the Kansas Question. Thesiugular kvaorsacc evinced m curtaining together aflr a political meeting, on
U' publiah to-day a communication from CoWS-Hilk Fodder-Stables. localities regarding scriptural subjects miue- of thaw rallied the other i n the tery r. Ii
the gentlemen nominated by the 8 b of Jan- To winter with corn fo.l.ler, well cured, i time uncinates rery lunuy auecdotca. gioue strain in winch he had indulged iu the
uary Convention, in reply to an inquiry ad- preferable to hay; there is more sugar in it. Such an one w subjoin: i speech he bad indicted upon ike u.eet-
dressed them by the editor of the Volks- and the milk will be tweeter. Feed forj It seems that an adventurous son of Ten-lmg.
bUtt, at Indianapolis. It will be seen that cows should be guarded too, so that while neaaee, nurtured among tho mountain, went 'I'll bet you lire dollars.' said IfcCartv,
oor gallant standard bearer come out bold- thev have enough, they will not acquire a down to the city of Memphis to "seek hi you can't repeal the Lord's Prayer now if
ly to favor o Popular Sovereignty in its wasteful habit. A working ox requires two lortunc," He found instead, a complaint you try.'
broadest sense, or the right of the people per cent, a day of hi own weight f foodj which the Mississippi water not unfrrquent-1 'Done!' si d Kalloch, 'donü' and asaus.
to frame all their own institutions in their a milking cow three per cent. Thun, if an ly generates, and which, whether it flnde ing a forced gravity fur the moment, sum
own way. whether those people be resident ox Weigh two thousand pounds, he require peedy termination in cramps or cholera, or moned at SMMMSf to aid him ia ibe novel
of Kansas or any other place. Kead th jir lorty pound of hay ; if a cow weighs one w bethel it gradua'ly saps life in the chronic effort. ' Ahem! a a a hea: wall
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laPiAKAP 'Lis, Jan. 23, IS58.
Edit, rs of Volkahiatt:
CitaTLiajEN: Vour in juny addressed to'i,.
thutMaed pouttda. ahe requires thirty poutu form, is always to be dreaded. It wis in, now I have it
of bay. Tliix amount iu-y be varied a little this 'alter ahape that poor Uagley "picked i'j 'Now I lay me down toeleep,
to uu the condition o' the stable. If the up." Ami month after month It tugged I pray the Lord my soal to keep.
aa.ll La u I - I - . . I .1 . 1 ...!. I . J . a a a . a .a a. a . a.
th - unJeri-ieued seoaratelv dated on the "tü'c u" wl" B"u lieBn' cllp. " tne win- m- viiam, reducing mm oav Dy Hay. until at If I aiiouid uie bHoie I Wake,
Wh inst , u row b ere u-; we do noi ter 4,0 not "quire as much feed by a third length he was hut the outline of a man. a I fay th Lud my soul to take.'
differ among ourselves relative to the an- as those do that go unhoused. It is the mere peripatetic skeleton. A worthy min-''T here! I told you I could!'
swerlhai should be give Ig the question consumption of food in tho body tint gives .iter mirk -d the poor fellow. ano seeing ihat, 'Weil, I give up beat,' saiJ MeCsrtv
propounded, we take the liberty ol jonun- . . ,, . . , , " . r
ia t Is rar snawer. Vour request is U inform ' lm" " W nahelteeed the king of terrors had "spoiled" him, deter- pu.smg over the money; 'I wouldn't t,
you wbst eonstrtteiioa we give to a portion u,ore lüüU l requireo sOienian me neat mat mined to call i hun and tier spiritual con-, (bought you could du it.'
o: the platter of priuciules adopted by the goodetabic would give, il liiinishtd, These solution. It never occurred to him that the! 0 J SH -
Democrstic. Convention, wh:ch did us the tables for cattle and sheep stmitd bo placed ear ol any oe born in a Christian counry Bw,W l,"ciiirioaa A lad awallowrd
honor to pi t us in nniiuation as candidates .. rniir- . ... i,.. . ,.i.i ... , ... - ... ... . a small lead bullet latalv. Iii irienda were
.,,11,,,. tm.kiM ,.r- 1 er be movable from one ruuld be entirely unfamiliar with the verbi-. . , ' asas..:.T.wwtw
to nil tue aeverul omeen lor which we are , . , ' verv aaueb alainel .t. ,ni i- i,ni m. i.i,..
no befora the eople. The resolution up- 'r,rl uf the f"r!n u f o distri ago by which ap.riuial eubjecl. are common- J " War uieu about .. and hi. f.thar,
oa w hich you base your inqu.ry, as pub- i "uie the li.ju.d nürogen equally over th.-ly approached. He, thereforo, after some! . U'tn ""'1 be -pared to aave lue
lieaed, is as followe: tsim. The economv of oood stsole Us. km.t lnaiia.; .k,.i ,h ..k-ai - r,l"f l "' poet-haata to aor-
JSJSXL Vt ,1WiÄI! TT J.' dt'"r' from ,htf "ct ,httt -larv'n? Wi" mpi-Wof in Baa-ley's sy ... IfT ? h"
the gre;,t I'octrine ol the K arsas Nebraska , . . . , ,, . ., ' brn Ibe e rcamatancaa urj inirmniu
bill; and that bv practical application of I CüiJ e re. j broached the import.nt topi, aomewl.at ' !' , e,( c'"-la"c". d hiacomio
that doctrine the peonle of a Slate or Ter- quired 'o freeze a well-fed peiaoii. Economy tbi J " uiatiay.
ritery ate vested with the right vt retKjriajrjM well r. hamaaity, require that eattlej "-7 -ear Mr. Beglry, in eiew of your ra- doctor wis found, beard the dier
th thi.l.le. how do you feel!" j'",p' na wun muen unconcern as
I won ia meanest in a esse of comma f
lor r t'i in.r mi ili t.i. I I....- ut... Cm. i ! i .. . , ... i..: ...
The Modes of Death. .... "? " "J".::" T. 'l':.'' ai,u well aheaeud aari
A r-.-.i.i O... ri.ni. uu.i.w .nt.;r,rl'.j 1,1.1.1 .. :. . .. .winter. "II l Mi 1 ! wis the prompt r-n!v
j - , H.MII4, diiu viiTi m ii r no i nrri i try snou iu ; .... wrote the follusvina ta -i nif. . i.
I. ...hinin. .n uii.ini. in I. , be hiimiitiMl int, it.. I'no.ii ... . Sif. m itkJ In the w inter, too. when cow k t hit oivi-i "Don't swenr, in poor friend." and the: ' UI WW" "n,c
"as oi'j M S S SIVIV) WW SSI VSS III WV " ..... ...w . B "III! ' t ' '
müh lutereat: (out fir rxorewi of CM will ol ik$ peo- ük !mve to be bIier.f. ihcy thouNJ b P-"(,n, "and lM me MBHtif k )u if
als i, I... I ....... aUfc... . s I. ... a . laaa
To be shot dead ia one of the easiest 7 " tZZl T m mW ror" na,al occasionally. .. supply iJ thina ot your tatter -n
Ml I'nill Da Ii V J '. ' T ha nun .eafi.iri t..r aa ; . , l . - . . . . " " l . .
modes of tertiiinaiinir lile; vet. rapid as it ' PeaaaaiM i.i .n..r .i..i ......... i. . . '"e ','"8i'i"1 " 01
sar ar - - - - ' - ' Bs, " V"". I V VIIIIU I Ol -
'Vir DoBl alarm )onralf. If a
(three weeka the bullet ia not removad, .
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r. quired fur the prj-,' "I Kg'y, I am' i tlionfnt on, " " ' v. "-.
is, the body baa leisure to lee! and reflect 'lion, every portion of the plat far Ol reieivcs,(Juc,lon uf a"' I h.udiul mixed oc- "''''' tlfi lor mor'n three months." , meaoyst an,ojr. a.
, r .. . aa il d.anrvp. ttam uns. ....II... !..üm.ll. ;k K. :,. Not. I'm a'rsifl. in th riafal wax. Mr. i h la Id mui h a kl ft to the lacoai. presCriw.
on ine nrai aiieiupi uv one 01 me iraiiuc - .-.- m. " .-..-..j . .... nu, win ir.iy irinrrin - - -- - -i
..Ih.rom. ,.r Kn.ln aw i...i,,.t Will..... Jf1.'. w ould -ey . that the tiratparl uf ,its cost in the richness of the n.ilk If aailtlBawle. I boifou HMSM and red ?! It!
Prince of Orange, who took the leaci , the '.awuTgTe'.t prinnjle 'upi'w'hich orur!'nen WU'd Uk9 ,hi- mrthod uf " y" bei:'U f wr"'" "h llM
f laaifa skat ika VJiku.l...,ls ik ka.ll 1 its.t I ...... ... ! i, t J r in 1 1 k . 1 n.-! i l il t -1 h . ' . 1 1 f . . . h , ä mmd .. Tfct tick HI n 1 00kd (Jo A n M h I n MWr
c a j . i vi iiasr t .rtiiri ibmu! iii3 swasu ".iraru "'.ii"-'V'uii'iii'',iii;i(t j,i( -'l. ------- I '' .
... j ..I .1 Jill Illfl Vra Jlt-Hsl.i nii.iiaw"
Ihrough the bones in the fsce and brought . 'asaeaia aio laaiitut- d among men, deriv- "eia to it, they would find 11 mui elte ''W' Vr 'p. extemi mg osiore;
hm, to th--round. In the instant that pre- S ll""M-' powers from the consent of the imi ine consumer would U a much bot.!,l,n. i'"H exreaajon of b "id Aberneihy. 'lell
''overne. ana an l.irinin.r ai.H . ..k. .. . , ,. . ..... ... ivour l v I im ii,.u.ll.,w . ....
ceded atunelacuon. he waa able to frame Ti..; 1 .1 " . .7 . " "l1"- imaemeni in Dia COUtitea no, ea Claimed, ' "
. .. . .....I puricir, 111 mem auaii
lion of the celebrated Dr. Aber net hy :--.
An Irishman called in great baate upon
h Dr., sts'ing ihal 'lie Juki, me boa
Ihe notion that the ce ling of the room had :;r.ely to effect their aalety and liappioesa.". The ber ' ,i,u' boated, is apsWailasjil the Lord! Waal! av.tl, tneti. Ilift Aaraoai-a-. m a-tar,' aal
fallen and crushed him. The cannon shot ; The latter part cl the resolution, it is obvi- more tender and aweet than that which haere legs!' pointing hi Ma own -why par-. uto ,0 ,.u)orrj rrjeftll ,jf . vhit
which plunged into the brain of ( hark- u, " '" r'fr?"f to the applieation'ceti toughened by the blast of winter andl'0" lt ,i ,rl 111,0 b 1 ibe very hrs'
XII, did not prevent him from eeialai his "1,1. uTi" TtuT l "y l-ation. If farmer, would shelter their
word by the hill. The idea of an attach, - fair expreasion of the will of the people !yUng e,,ie ,ntPnild fT beef, and bring) 1 he record in the case doe. not dtecloawl -Well, Clem, I Jon l link I should be able
nd the ueceaity for deduce waa pressed 6rt had upon the Constitution" under which tn. by gol treatment and a course ' u,e P""n continued Ma efforts . n , t0 iMVCf jut quoation, a;n aahow I nebcr
on him by a blow which we should have 1,1 J "r ' 10 ,,ve- a nie ai ana proper con- ;ieeuiug, to mamrity at three years ol age. ,0 ooiuao an uueiieci; nutweuirm tne in- h d much book laimn
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n o link 1 de nose ueeiui obe coinris-de
un or de mnoiif
auppoied too tremendous to leave an in:er 'ol'iu a'doplfon tXtceUt1' iTl? I WU,li fi"d f" mw Pro" Wee very fair that ao tough a eaotatacr .Wall, Caraar, I 'peck do moon oriei take
valfor thought. But it by no meane fol-Hon of every Territory" seeking'Jdmissio'u ! lu brin lhem to "lurilf ,l fiv yMr- M:'l''''l'Wili''Piil!i!i'J.lri..k n 0.1 iimklit.'
lovfltbat the inflicting of a fatal wound is, into the Union as a S;ate, and would be of!,uty two years' keeping, and the inte- complaint:' . hf 0t ugttl
lt as binding obligation in one an ther ap reel on the price of Ihe animal. O. Farm. I- n
plication, without regard to whether a were j iKAi'unag the
y' made by Minneeota, Ore-on, Kansaa, Ne- Hard Work VI- Scienee- 'n01 ,on? "u '" C
accompanied by a pang, rrum whut
known of the lirst effect of gunshot areas
it is proDsoie mat ttie impression ia rather braaka, Waaliingtoii, New Mexico, Utab.or
stunning tnao acute. Unless death be im- a l erritory by any other name
mediate the paiu ia aa varied as the nature
of the injures, and these are past counliug
But there ia nothing singular in the dy
ingsenaation, though Lord Hyron remarked
the phyaiological pecularity that the ex
pression is invariably that of languor, while! Aiiar.
in death from a stab, the countenance re-,urn thtt
flee. a the traits of natural character, of
geutleneaa or ferocity to the last breath.
Daniel McClure, Samuel V. I'erkiua,
John W Dodd, A. Uavison,
N. F. Cunni.igham, J. L. Worden,
J. E. McDjnald, J. M Hanns,
Hamuel L. Kugg.
PaiCES OF CoMMIHSIoia IH THE KgiTISH
aiitiiiir of a county court
. . .
., irt. inov long ago 111 lyOiinecncui, on n very con:
As a general thing those who work the' Vf n,MK' ' c,owd of '"w.er- has collected
harden are not the most successful (armer. ound the flre lhttt bli,, d ch'i r"'"v on
The reason is oovioos; the make no uae,he b"r,b io the bar room, when a trateller
ul their brains but plow, and sow, and 'e",'r,'d' beni"no, with cold; but noon,
manure landa, and breed stock, just a- their I0- ,0 6,ve) " l,rf 10 "rMI ,n,n'' CCrA young clergy man, who was uot fa
taihere for generation before them havejl,e ,eaned Kttln"1 U,e '' back pan ( raoua for hia regard far troth, was coarersing
lone. They read no agricultural publica..01 u" room- At ,Ml " mn ll"t)"' conversing with John tVeeley upon the
'il cause de mooa enines in de night when
we nerd de light, an do ana ahme 111 de day
lisM when de light am ok no consequent- '
'Welt, Clam, yau io do asoal larnad dar
key I eber s.od. I ft you used losoet p
en a school-house lor labia."
ltappr. from a parliamentary re-'""' "nd kno" nothing ol ibe machinery i' Uw eddre"d hiu' h" h "'.' j.ubject of p.ii.ishmg children. The yoang
there are in the army 5 553 lull"l,d "ew mwie of '"a nd in.provfcl!lll,lo8u ,0, k PUce: man affirmed that parents often did barm In
nsaions, the total regulation value M9ck Wlthin 'e y" rendered ' Von look like a tr.vcler!' 'heir children by aajuet punishment, from
is JL'8,06H ,535 (over fort million !"culture a pleant and profitable cience. JWa"' 1 'po,e ' "n COBe ,rom not kn"'g tho iaeta of Ibe caae. -Why.'
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w r .h I..... .lollare.-i We eive below ome of th,. nur-1"" "ainess. Fataier need intellects a- "--""- 7 .
show with what alight divtorbance ,feh5ng price., r.ndenng the amount lro.fut;h 7 elaaa af m.u. Uie 'From Wiecn.in! W',. . d.s.
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may go on under a mortal wound till it Kngh.h pound mo Amencan currency. ""' ""o ia 1.0 .mprovement-in.ir in-! - " - r - r (
finally come, to a eudden atop. A foot value of the commUsiot, of a lieutenant ' Ul,n'il " The woodchuck, Wall, I SM It aay fcOW.
lmL .. m-t l7 L.Jcolonel in the household c.v.lrv. fthe aisrt.. d".Se its hole, the bee makes ita boner, and 1 " ,,,d uu tfer ouSU nell in
BUIUIWI .t ""II, K"-1"" "7 " ..U..B " - - n.
aid he. 'the only time my father ever whip-
I" pedme was fur telling tb truth!' Well,'
ft loried tb doetor, 'it . ured y ou ol it - didn't
j nyA boy ia very miscellaneous in bio
ball in the hip, bcfged water of a Upar , . "171 7 .. . ; 7V ' -Vcs sir. Tea heea ,hr...,Ch the out.kirt.'i Master Smith'. poek.U being em p
who chancel to posses a canteen of beer. l" w..., rooi uaru t,w,ouo; .. ,.,
The wounded man drank, returned hia bear-! I"fry $22,bOO; of Major. S6,?Ml and tended man to remain where he ;,lace.l him, 1 """I ""'y- Wall, what are the
tieat thank, mentioned that hi. regimen. 122,875; Foot (iu.rd. 41.100; Infantry "'d nat have given him reaaon that i- !" ' cuetojaa thcrel Son,, of u.
.... ..1 .,1 116.000. Ol Caotaius ftl7.jU0 and ftir,.-CPble of choosiair the best, and make hl.ou,d "ke lo know'
' Kr I n ' . i-. .. . a . . '(Ih iiiü'l: lii.il llinm snitrsK t Kam -.,.,. mm ia
IJj; Koot Uuard 34,000; Infantry $',000 conauion anything he mav desire. Let) " ....
Uf lieutenant in the Life Crd. $H'2J; firmer., then, lire like r.tiooal being.. ! T,' Iswyer. .it mghet ihe
Horso Guard. $8,0'0; in the line Cavalry j Tere i no reaaon why they aiiouid con-: ",e!
5,950; Foot (Joard- 10.J50; Inlamry ldl,'n theu.eelre to a life ol toil and diudg-j CF.nT'ncATfc o'iia "ci br A llooaier
3,500. Ol cornets and aub lieutenants in erpj but let them pattern after thoae whoaojout wet was called upon tk atand to testily!
tne L.ne uuaroe ji,aoo; ol corueto 111 the are wie neaiea, atoci tne nest boou. i,0 Vie character of a brother Hoosier. The
Royal Horse Guards f0fj and in the 'i bouses bet finished, libraries beat liiled. istiruony W a lollow:
cavalry of the line 4420 0. Of ensign and and famihe most intelligent and educated. 'How loair have you known Bill Whack!
lieutenants 111 the t oot tiuarda ( 1,000; andren o not get rich snd happy by the I 'Kver since he was born.'
iu the Infantry 3,35'. From this "pricesi handa, ao much a by the labor of themind.t What is his a-enera! character''
ceeded a dozen yard on hi way to the rear,
fell to the earth, and with one convulsive
movement of the limb, concluded hi ca
reer. Yet his voice, say a the trooper, who
himself tell the story, gave scarcely the
smallest aign of weakness.
Captain Basil Hall, who in hi early
youth, waa present at tho battle of Coruu
na, ha singled out from the conclusion
which consign to oblivion the woe and
gallantry of war, another instance, extreme
iy similar, which occurred on that uccaaion.
An old officer who was shot in the head,
arrived pale and faint at the . temporary
hospital, and begged the surgeon to icok at
hi wound, which waa pronounced mortal.
tied a few days afco, the following waa dis
covered to be ine sum total of hi "eauto
and effects:" 8ixteen marbles, one lop, an
oyster shell, two piece of brick, one dough.
nut, piece of curry comb, a
three wax ends, a handful of 1
two knives both broken, akaiei
buckiee, and a dog eared pril
I A Lover's Oath An am
named John Collen waa arrested in
nati recently for seducing a good 1
L'irl named Mary Hart. She testified b
Jthe magatrate that he swore on a
earreni" it seems the chancea for a poor J An average of ten houra a day for the 'Letter A, No. 1, 'hove par great ways, IjbBi OB hymn bowk, and oa a spel
man to obtain a commi-aioii in tho Briiish
army are decidedly small.
day in the week, is all that auy farmer judge
need labor. There are aeaaona of the year
IvllrMl . lillla pdrj imiiiinl la nu...... I....
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k.t 01 aaLTt.aTMEatA.-rro.e..or.hner.g, ihould nol bi gr,lUr.
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w"-e'"-i .ii.'7 filier, loronto, Exchange.
uas puuiisnau an intereaiing paper on Ihe
corao.a - V
SBJJB saF .JBBBT
book to marry her.
ILJr" Why ia a woman' tongue like a pfa-
1 Ih.Ua.1 t fai. aa,-i ' Ko rnan.ui.lo.l aar i I la im
. . ' ' . .. . ,. . "bject of sea water being salt, aud after gir-
peded uttereuce, 'and yet I should wish very . ,. . .. "
.... .. . . . iag hia objections to the usual y received
in. irk In l.uA a l.lll. loncror if it sinr nna. '
ible.' He laid hi sword upon a tone atr""-" v u'" ",mi"r inB ueci UB t"arrou or prep.reu oy ir or pucn -hi
aide, a. gently, say. Hall, a. if steel had!" ".tdste evaporalioa. If any temporary Post, will last longer if their natural poai
That part which goea in the ground ahould
been turned to glaas, and almost immedi
ately sank dead upon tho turf.
off a wolt sa far aa a shooting iron 'ill carry,'
- ."-.-1 , .. j. v. .,
cauae rendera the amount of aaline matter in Hon be rever.ed; that i. the top cud of the ' - "in. - qu.ri 01 grog ...y
the aaa abov iu usual nuam.t. ...,.t..,n u,,t ... 1 .1.. - -J ti. ,day, and chowa backer like a hoaa."
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goea on more and more slowly. If this value wood ahould be sawed in a sloping angle of
be depreciated by the addition ol fresh wa- about forty. five degrees, and have a board
Would you believe him on oath I'
'Yea air c. on or off, or any other way,; nt! K a rothiug abort of the power that
I conclude.' created it is able to atop it iu ita cearee! A
What, in your opinion, are hi qualifies-: broom-slick merited for thst perpetration.
tiona as to good character?' 1 "'
'He is the beat .hot on our prairie or In! ÖWhi doe. the cainiater say to eat
the woods. He en shava the eve winker:" buryiag-grouad!' 'He doa't like il t
an; fee aay he never will ae burietl thare
ao long a ha live.' 'Well, if tha Lord
spare ma, I will.'
One too maby kok ths Widow. There
IQrGenilemea, aaid a publie speaker, ia
tmm .ij t . . v...b.. aatone man aa good aa another! Yes, aa
14 a ri .oil alnrv to il ..f a iinnin ni 1 aukpa
tr ia undue Willi, the evaporation power nailed oa it about two inchea broader and pedlar who made love to a younjr widow j10'"' "tid hu Pallaoder, and a good
ia the more and more increaaed. He girea longer than the square of the pott.
down In Pennsylvania. He accomplished
Preservihg Wooo. A new process for
the praaervatioa of wood ha been recom
mended. First dry the ends by alight com
bustion from aoy carburet of hydrogen, as
naphtha, which ia very penetrating; after
this, dia the end. in warm iiiitliire of
pilch, tar and gum lae, which hermetricallyl,0,ution 26 ptr c,nt' of Mlt' The Y lru pareendicular, draw a plum line set up a retail atore.' They parted aad tb
deal bather, sure.
tho results of Various exDerimantH in tpi..p. fatsa ahnnhl K. h.r.rl ir... !. 1.:. .11 1 .
r - .-.-.-) ......... Mvmni!,!, iuiiiH('iiiiuriaiiuH wnn OBBiiusiun 11 iwo mi- frjVarl ia a land their mite la
ence lo evaporation on weighted quantities faet long, sad from four to five wide. In or-'pediments to their anion. 'Name them,'! " " 7 ' , , , "
of ordinary rain water, and water holding in der to hang them to .hut well when tb. post aaid the widow. 'The w.nt of mean, to "SlTJliw ILtLT !l 1 l i .
' .. . .. . '.! of loaa of tha ram water com.ar.Wu.su. .k. nr. it- r.n tk.. I. ...u.u.- kis .l .L i- . u , , j i.mmous, Loc-iiiny, ana afmcsi.-.
viaie tne eno. ; in weoo 1 men laireo air r " toi muui unni, na inv.w.uow sein an peanar cnec tor mpie
over, aa usual, and baj boon found very du "'1 0,ution ,or lh fir twanty.four top hinge, to project three inch and a ka'f msans. When they met again, the pedlar Swipes ssy that ladie' hoop are like
rnbl. hours, half per cant, a the cloae of forty- from the poet, the lower hinge ia lo be put had hire and atockad bia (tore, and tha'charity they "cover a multitude of in "
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le.gni nours, one per rent; alter ventr-two nc and a half inchc in tha a de I ti.aa.r. sailiiiar fair m.a k.. m k,.nai 11. a i.thsr What a v. llmous comparison' f.very'mie
"peaiaaeat. ! hard got a wile,' waa the n creation -diould have a bang at the wicked
mm 1 .ta . i . s
1-10 ran in tove ia much easier man honr. on amf a half per ceot. and so on in 'peudicular line, and 0 preset two Inches
to get out of it. (increasing rsuo. jjftm tn0 p0lt