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THE INDEPENDENT OSIALOOSA, KANSAS, JULY 11, 1.8&U
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Seiesm citv at the dead.
!' SrWuc taroagn y narrow balls
CttK to iarM tvctiiagB )b !
Silence deep. Mid in s abtmie
Crerpap the peesitr soul
MaMcuTtr tBoagMwbira Time
K'rise ap-m bis aatale scroll !
Cttjr of the dead, how solemn
Tw to trad tajr path among;
Ami to paare j lettered' ce'BBin
Bearing name that fame hstb sung.
At the simple love-reared token
Telling of afiecden broken,
Or the loftier noaaaent,
WU Mae solates aightlr teet.
V by ao oftljr I feat we reaao
Steepen of the narrow home t
No. bectase npM steal
'l'lMjtw w'uraTimi hath set hi aeal
tf teat city, hallowed gronnd
By the ak that feats aroaad;
Bjr the willowa oler thee waving
Bf the straws thi creea-baak laving;
By the aoegs of gentle bird
Flitting where the leases are stirred;
Py tf drsd. in whose long etumtvr
Years are ateswata witboat number,
Hallo fl grnaad by evi ry it ki a
Art hath wroaglit. or 'ove bath tpoken.
By the heart li'jations poared
, O'er the tb for Heavea to hoard !
Sleeping hrrr ata-tbote whore lips
QiaJe 1 the stream the lily sips.
Those whose fbourps proa My preseej
Field with cereal harvest dressed.
Those whose harps on willows Lang
Eclioe still sweet songs they sang;
And Ilia city of the dead
Saoa mart b. Id oar weary bead !
Mr. Csmrrju. 1850. T. II B.
"Mother, to leare my native land,
Aad sack a sofettn' borne;
Brcaaee the array rlaiiwi iny baad,
Is wh 1 1 proudly scorn.
Thy eta wtndd tread the t-lippety gore,
That fl-wd the cnmoa field;
f -- --
li rye weald f eh, mid dia of war,
Yetjetny wuhl iild
J ay pleading eye aadtearfil face,
-A rd wbea men ay, u nwas fear did this,'
O, mother, leH 'turn an.'
"Tell them twaa lose, pare love for thee,
That bid as brave their seera.
And find far elrr the stop, btae tea,
A strangen's lonely boase."
A waked a dew geased, Aagust ajote,
nd spread o'er bi'l aaii gratay law.
Her aaaay tinted die,
A strange yoath lay, wbose pallid brow
' ' And UK cked eyes, short breath,
, Tlo' livid lips that parted now
Told i-laia tlss wort ef Jesth !
" And then, by stranger hands were Md .
Back fern the pale sad face fc
The thick 3atp kwkaf Ebsn shade
4. That hid each nMe trace.
Oh the banks of atwy'strAas,
jla seen a lonely grave,
" Wbre sliiaes no tadTi' paafVy jterai ,
Altova iberieeuav Wow.
Though time b awra. farmer ibe deep,
A RHtTitcviiBA.Mre '
Sii'l watches lor lterjKld. wh
Beneath, a fcreitfe y. !fi"
I ho sleeps
Foad aaother.lrllhv eas above.!
lair nebte kj raeto down in love
Fssat rtdst an angel bead
- ' (see hig!
Good night, a kind geewwght, love,
j" The stars are urthe sky.
A'rd I ajnrt far ", love;
' The tear dmpja in liny eye
A I marmar good night, good night.
Gtmd night, a kind good night, love,
We now are cat led to part;
And when I ream in lend afar, tore.
HI rJjerirh in my heart
Yoar last good night, good night.
Good narht, a kind Cd ttili'. love.
When I'm far, far from thy aide;
Upon the besom of the sea. love.
May wind that aaataiai at thy aide,
Whup r for ate, good akht.geai sight.
Dm Ttm Eaal it Imk.
Thcnl is not much baaed wisdoaa,
npplicablf in4he present atate of things.
ik me Mjtiig 01 in-, ancirni piutoeo-
i!iir who taagfit as that, "the -ntl ol
nlxr was to gain k-isure," althongh in
one miiw, it may be true.
Wlten Ubor w directed to the inven
tion of means to relieve man of the
tjrudjjcry of life, and is sHccesfHl, arc
can anv. if lriare is not gained, valua
ble aid is in doing the hard work of
Still. Ieiare. is not caiaed, in the
strict sen of that word: the, means.
oriasiruMCHt, which taka the place of
liMman hat!, are not anlike the latter
in one partii-uhir the- require mtelli
treat dircctioB. . "
If to gain leimre were the only end
of labor, then those who "shirked' the
la'lrr nurtt would enior the former in
.- . . j J l ... J 1.1
lneft.Hk;iK5i aegree, dih we nnu in
practine iht ibn does not hold true;
t ho man of-leisure is not at all free
from labor, but liashe most fatiguing
life to liw.
iThfraj a higher awrpofe in, labor,
if we could onrr see it ariL'lit. ana it
ab.nt it with a proper motive an J 1
, I TnaWcaa'be no .soUbJ detcW.mcnt
witbewt well directed labor, and there
MiMaaeiitaJr moral power wor
thTaT: Um iwaae" which has not been
, ' eljkMl jhmI jKreeted into tvefal chaa-
ek..fcy serere ana! aontiaaad efbrt.
llrf wVt sbewld W smvlt Co igmKe
iW.snd'UiasaVpriT as of ereryj
rtfWe. brUkor prodawe these, nor
lahowlk'weVeirard lafcora end, but
a m -means at buib a tor uw i.inn
jmrprws of rifr.
. The True end of labor isnot to su
persrda is tK-csity aliojfetlienhat to
dMiijtre man iroaa araujerj. BouJ
TUE PASS WCi M9MTHS.
One after another the fleeting ininuks days
and months a a away, and with each one's de
parture, we Sod ourselves nearer the end of
life's journey) yet bow little do we reflect upon
the solemnity of the thought.
It will rrquire bat a lew mure pasainc roontbn
to bring us to the temiaos of our pilgrimage;
and w L-at then t Shall we be able to look back
upon the scenes through which we hsvepsssed.
and dwell with pleasure upon (lie remembranu
of the part we acted in tltcm ?
How many tears have we diied by our kind
new t' How much distress have we alkviaied
by our sytnpsthy f How msny sorrows hate
we made lighter by t liarirg tbttn, as far as in
oar power, with tltose upon whom tbey had fa!
en? How much affliction hare we made light'
er by our effjrts to lift its weight from the hearts
of tboseopprenedbyitf How many pains have
we robbed of their sting or antidottd by out
kindly ministrations f
These will be questions of far m ire impor
tance 10 us when the light of eternity b gins to
dawa upon the dim vista before us, than whether
we are rich in this world's goods or not. If by
acta of mercy we "have blessed our fellows, and
tha "laid up treasure in heaven. " it will be a
kind f wealth which will infinitely outweigh
the largest accumulation of gold that a mortal
can heap up.
The revolving months awaken the?e reficc
tions; and we can probably spend a few hours in
no manner as profitably as in reviewing our own
acts during the past month.
How ranch good have we done I Who has
been made happier for our presence T To wh m
have we ministered f with whom shared o.r
sympathy! Has selfishness or benevolence
been lite ruling motive by which we have been
impelled to action during the past thirty days f
Have we dime anything that will justify others
in "rising up and calling us blessed P
Alaa ! have we plotted evil agaiKst any one f
Have we been unjust to any ? Have we wrong
ed any by word or act or srsrjcw.t I Have we
spoken evil of our neighbors ! Hot e wc wrong-
filly accused any one t Have we cultivated
that charity which "thinkc h no evil "
Who (fan look back upon the past month and
oBtile over its labors? Who can lay the unction
to Ms soul that Bo'Ma lies at hi door?" Who
can say ? "I have infi'cted no pain.woundtd no
heart, caused bo sigh during the menth?" I
any , trier should "n joke and be glad' for rc!i
a coti io.ua as is worth no.c th.a siher o
im s 1 mm ... . .-
THE CHILD'S DTQUERY.
"Mother, who made the world?"
asked a little child of four bummers.
"God, my child."
"Did God make the stars ?"
'And the sun anil moon'?"
"Yes, every thing we see."
"AH the beautiful birds and
"Yes, all, dailiiig."
"Well, did he make the weeds, too?"
"And snakes, and uglv animals, and
bujrs and insects ?'
"Yes, every being and every
you can see.
The little one was
time, and then said:
"God made the worlJ for us to live
on, and he made things to grow upon
it for us loeat, so we would not die for
food; and he made the sun to give us
li"ht and keep us warm, and the moon
and stars to shine at night; and these
are good things, and 1 know why trod
made them. But for what did he make
the nasty weeds, and the snakes, and
flies, and bad insects ? Can you tell,
"Xo, I cannot fell; for God is so
much wiser than us, that we cannot see
all the wisdom of His ways and works."
The same question that puzzled the
child has been equally in the way of the
philosopher. That which we can part
ly understand and a-stign a reason for
seems to us right and proper, but when
we foil to see the utility of any thing,
or to comprehend the wisdom of its
creation or existence, we are apt to
condemn it. But if we could see as
God ?ees, all would be clear.
The heathen, in their perplexity to
account for good and evil, asci ibe the
one to a good "and the other to a bad
Qod, which only increases the difficulty.
But the wisdom and reason of men are
foolishness nith God, aud even to an
eulighted finite mind. f
A GJnULYB lUML
We sometimes hear pnre'ntsxd etlwrs
avail themselves of the credulity of
children to impose upon them, for the
sake of i-njoyiiur a laugh t their ex-rx-nsj.
This is a grave error; nay, it
is more, it is a positive cn-. Tunt
implicit confidence of childhood is one
of the noblest faamrea of its young
nature; it is a relic of Eden, a. dim
shadow of tfcc purity of Paradise be
fore s:n came and man fell; and they
who dts'roy or weaken it, commit a
sin against the child and Ibimlt ttj
against the race.
Tha child looks up to its parents and.
.Petractors Trittf a full trust in their
Ability to impart information, and hon
esty 01 pnrpose in doing so. 1 hey do
Ttotfcxpect to be deceived, or to be told
Mings wnicn are not true. 11 noes
not enter, their minds that a parent or
UeKcher would willingly impose upon
'them for no higher motive than a mo
mentary sport; and yet this is too true
FCa TBX SFtEDV CUBE OF
latataaMteat Farer, ar Fever aai Ague,
Reaaitteat Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periapical Headache, er Bilious
.Headache, audi Bilious Fevers, iadecw
lor the whale class of diseases erigi
natiag la biliary weraagemeat, canted
ay the Malaria af miasmatic countries.
No one remedy is louder called for by the
necessities of the American people than a sure
and safe cure for Fever and Ague. Such
we ars bow enabled to offer, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate the disease,
and with assurance, founded on proof, that
no barm can arise from its use in any quan
tity. That which protects from or prevents this
disorder must be of immense service in the
communities where it prevails. Pretention is
better than cure, for the patient escapes the
risk which he must tub in violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This "Ccwj" expels
the miasmatic poison of Fevsa asm Aove
from the system and prevents the develop
ment of the disease, if taken on the tint ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It Li
not only the best remedy ever yet discovered
in many instances. Alas.that it should forthis class of complaints, but aLo tho
The wonderment and astonisnment
of the open eyed and open mouthed
j cheapest. The large quantity we supply for
1 a Ia1U aitliiia
little one is food for the mirth of the j and use it freely both for cure and protection
h'm ue ever oof tht'mkfM, but may. i
iSSjnVter. amLcontrtd the phrsic.il forces not be, ihvir girl.nc war of as-kimj for
UK- nvira. .- -"
story-teller, and the unsuspecting victim
of this thoughtless wickedness for a
time remains duped. But it can not
be long until the scales will fall from
the eyes of the child; and he will then
have learned his first lesson in duplicity
and deception. He will scarcely ever
recover from the ial awakening to
crime on the part of the parent The
gem of unsuspecting innocercy is for
ever dimmed in his soul, and no longer
is he the confiding child who believes
there is .ruth in his parent aad in the
Oh, how many little ones arc ruined
for life in this way. How the spotless
-ojl is stained with a first lesson in
falsehood. And, worst of all, how it
is tsuht by the laughter of the deceiv
er, that the crime is not one of rr.ajjiii
tude, but something merely to make
sport over ! Is it any wonder he he
roines a liar.
It may seem hirsh to spenk thus
roughly; but Truth is abrupt; and-we
-tumid like to startle those who arc
guilty of the ptactice of playing upon
the credulity of children, by bringing
them thus fairly and plainly to face the
result of their misdoing.
If falsehoods are sown will not the
crop be lies ? If duplicity is manifest
ed by the pnrent.will not deceit flourish
in (he child ? As certainly as effect
follows its legitimate cause will these
things be so.
Every parent, therefore, or teacher,
who indulges in the most reprehensible
practice here spoken of, is sowing the
seed of falsehood in the bosom of a
child, and leading it forward by most
rapid sttidrs on the way.of liypocracy.
Never deceivo a child. Never nbme
ils confidence. Neverbc guilty of such
a crime as to destroy its fine sensibility
of truth by falsehood, or turn its trust
in; faith in your words to worse than
doubt of tour truthfulness. You de
stroy the child and degrade yourself, in
its estimation by such unpardonable
conduct. Do it never. W.
On the morning of April first an ele
gant eqnipge drove to our door aud
stopped, the footman alighted, and or
our servant recognizing the bell-sum-mons,
a card, was presented bearing in
delicate figures the name of Lily Milton,
we immediately repaired in the draw
tag room, bat dear wtder the real Lily
Jjitton was not thereTout a huge wollea
JJ'ttvH by reclining on a chair, we
started back in surprise while a musical
laugh fell upon our cars from the front
4. ssrywe turned tolook and ail we could
1 e was r fairy form flitting ailovvn
tie steps and the "mdrlen start of the
Dear Lily, this is tho fir.U
a dollar brings it within the reach of even
body; and in bilious districts, where Fever
axo Aonn prevails, every body should, have it
It is hoped tins price will place it within Uij
reach 01 all the poor as well as tbe ncn. a
great superiority of tins remedy over any
other ever discovered for the peedy and cer
tain cure of Interraittcnts is, that it contains
bo Quiiuno or mineral, consequently it pro
duces no quinism or other injurious effects
whatever upon the constitution. Those cured
by it are left as healthy as if they had never
had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence
of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of
disorders aric from its irritation, among which
are Neuralgia, Kheumatisra, Gout, Headache,
Blindness. Toothache, Earache. Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of tho
6plccn, Hysterics, Pain hi the Bowels, Colic,
Paralysis, and Derancemcnt of the Stomach.
1 all of which, when originating in this cause.
put on tbe intermittent type, or become period
ical. This "Cunx" expels the poison from
the blood, and consequently cures them all
alike. It is an invaluable protection to immi
grants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken
occasionally or daily while exposed to the in
fection, that will be excreted from the system,
aad cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity
to ripen into disease. Hence it is even more
valuable for protection than cure, and few will
ever suffer from Intennittents, if they avail
themselves of the protection this remedy af
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
are so composed that disease within the ranee of
their action can rarely withstand or evade them.
Their penetrating properties search, and cleanse,
aad invigorate every portion of the human organ,
km, correcting its diseased action, and restoring
Its healthy vitalities. As a consequence of these
properties, the bivaKd who is bowed down with
pain or pnysual deUUty is astomshea to Bud bis
health or energy restored by a remedy at once so
simple and inviUMr.
Itot only do they cure the cvery-day complaints
of every body, but also many formidable and
dangerous diseases. Tho agent below named is
pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac,
containing certificates of their cares and directions
for their use a the following complaints : Coitize
neu. Heartburn, Utadacfo arising fnm disordered
Stomach, Siaata, Indigestion, l'atn in aud Morbid
Inaction of the Loteels, Flatulency, Lou of Appe
tite, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints,
arising from a lew state of the body or obstruction
of its functions.. They are aa excellent alterative
for tbe renovation of the Wood and the restora
tion of tone aad strength to the system debilitated
ViTt""' v''jhw;L'"''''s'0 ., i..,f..,i, . sL
auaaaf ' -"i - v- , H
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
JOB TBS BAPID CUKE OF
Caucus, CsMs, Iaflaeasa, Uaarseaess,
Croup, Brauchitis, Iacipieat Cansuma
Uaa,UBd Jar thereltefaf Consumptive
Patients in advanced stages ar the
So wide k-the field of iteasefotees andsona
merons are the cases of fas cares, that almost
every section ef ceactry abounds la persons pub
Kdy known, who have been restored from alarming
and even desperate diseases of tbe lungs by its
ase. When once tried, its superiority over every
other medicine of its kind is too apparent to escape
observation, and where its virtues are known, the
puhSe no longer hesitate what antidote w employ
for the distressing and dangerous aacctioB of the
pnbnonary organ that are niddentto oar climate.
While many inferior reawdies thrust trpoa the
eoramutdty bave failed and been discarded, this
has gained friends by every trial, conferred benefits
nn h sflUrtW thrr can fietcr foract. and pro
duced cures too niaacrcos and too remarkable to
be forgotten. jZFSl
J. C. AYER & CO.
Fever and Ague
from which msnkind suffer ever a .large part of
the globe, is the consequence of a diseased action
in the system, induced by the poisonous miasm of
vegetable decay. Tha exhalation m evolved by
the action of solar heat on wet soil, aad riseswith
the watery vapor from it. While the saa is below
the horizon this vapor lingers near the earth's sur
face, and the virus is takes with it thtoagh the
hraiu into the blood. Thereitaettaaaaimtatinsf
poion on the internal viscera and excreting organs
' of the body; The liver becomes torpid and fafls to
secrete not. only wis virus, oat uw me oue worn
the blood. Both the rims and the bile sccmaulat
fn the circulation, and produce violent constirav
tional disorder. The spleen, the Iridneys, aad the
stomach sympathise with the liver, and .become
disordered fil.io. Finally, tha instinct of oar' or
ganism, as if m aa attempt to expel the noxisws
tnfasion, concentrates the whole blood of the body
in the internal czcretories to force them to east it
out. The blood leaves th surface, and rashes to
the central organs with congestive violence.' This
wtheCniix. But in this effort it fails. Then the
Favca follows, in which the blood leaves the cen
tral organs and rushes to the surface, a if ia
another effort to expel the irritating poison through
that other great excretory the akin. Ia this'
also it fails, and tbe system abandon the attempt
exhausted, and waits for the recovery of strength
to repeat the kopeks effort another day. These
are the fits or paroxysms of Favxa awd Aovk.
Such constitutional disorder will of course under
mine the health if it k not removed.
We have labored to find, and have found, aa
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralises this malarious poison ia tha
blood, and nUmulates tne liver to expel it from Ue
body. As.it should, so it does cure this aflieting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather docs what U of more service to those sub
ject to this infection. If taken in season it expels
It from the system as it b absorbed, and thus keeps
those who use it free from its attacks; keeps tha
system in health although exposed to the disease.
Consequently it not only cures, but protects from,
the great variety of affections which are induced
by this malignant influence, such as Remittent
Ferer, Chill Fever, Dumb; or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, Bilious
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections ef the Spleen, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Aaectioaa of the
Stomach and Bon els, all of which, when arising
from this cause, will be found to assume more or
less the intermittent type. This " Antra Coax"
rem jves the cause of these derangements, aad cares
This it accomplishes by stimulating the exere
tories to expel the virus from the system; and
these organs by degrees become habited to do thk
their office of their own accord. Hence arises what
we term a-Jiaf aMm. Time may accomplish the
same end, but often life k not long enough, or k
sacrificed in the attempt, while thk " Antra Ccbb "
does it at once, and with safety. We have great
reason to believe thk k a surer aa well as safer
remedy for the whole clan of diseases which are
caused by the miasmatic infection, than any ether
which has been discovered; and it has' still another
Important advantage to the public, which k, that
it is chesp as well as good.
,, VBErABED BT
DR. J. C. AYER &
Pbicb Ose Dollar rxa Bom.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it k entirely unnecessary for as to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been ia constant ase
throughout thk section, we need not do more thaa
assure the people its quality k kept up to the best j
it ever has Dcen, and mat it may oe rcueu on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
rat mi the nmsa of a nkatik wokmul
Fob Costtvemess ;
Fob thb Ccbe or DTsrcrsix ;
Fob tbe Cube or Indigestion ;
Fob thk Ccbe or Uysextkbt;
Fob a Foul Stomach ;
Fob tub Cchb or EumrLLAs;
Fob the Piles; ,,
Fob the Ccbb or Sckofcla ;
Fob all ScBorvLous ConrLAiNTs;
For the Cche ok ItucrMATisu;
Fob Diseases or thb Sum ;
Fob the Cube or Liveb CoMrLAtaT;
Fob tub Ccbb or Tetter, Tumors axs Salt
Fob the Ccbe or Goer;
Fob a Dixbkb Pill;
Fob the Ccbe or Necbalgiv ;
Fob FcBirYi.vo the Blood.
They are sagar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, bo harm can arise from their use in any
Fries 85 cents per Box; Five baxss far $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent penonaaes, bae lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis onr American Almanac in which tbey
are git en ; with aba full descriptions of the abme
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand At ek's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is fur them, and they should
All our llemedies are for sale by
.MORE & MtCLELLlX, Agents,
OnhiIoot(i, Jefferson Co., faunas.
SKALf)SA, Ka TTa,
M. R. DUTTON, Proprietor.
lUvin; recently fitted up. and furnished tne
aboio new bouse, which U pleasantly locatad at
of Jefferson County.ii now ready to aocouunodat
tbe tntrelhng public.
NO PAINS WILL BE SPARED
to render mitiff action to all who may favor me
with h cnll, aud endcaruring to keep np to tbe
"LIVE AXD LET LIVE
The proprietor hope to merit a liberal patrouogo
and a careful man alwats on band to attend the
same. 1-tf. '
id iija 1 uukj
DEPUTY COUNTY CLERK,
REAL ESTATE AM C8LLECTI.G Ab'E.XT,
Ofiico ad joining the Haiti a House, 0kalcoj4,
Jfi"vTn C uaty Kama .
Will pAyTAXE8,e!l LANDStinnko COLLECTIONS,
and attend to any hnains that nonmiJents may
with in Jefferson Coonty, sod Northern Kan-as,
All badness eatrcs'ejt to my ears will receive
prompt attention nn ronsooablts term.
COUNTY SCRIP always on baud furnle at
current rates. l-tf.
Some men delight in wickedness, as
others "glory in tlteir shame."
Truth is the sharpest of all weapons;
it cuts tho smoothest and keenest.
The man who boasts of his conquests
over tin ue is only a tit companion for
' Those who. are jnost dogmnlie.il are
always most tyrannical when opportu
nity offords thVm the occasion to excr-
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