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VAN IlUi:KN COU.N 1 V OFflCLIiS.
S. 11. If LAC KM AX,
KcjUtcr, of Deed', Attorney ui I.uw, v.n Notary
l'nt'lic, w ill ati to tl.e Lmmiu'i el Convey
fcticlr.r, driiwi'ir r;rov.-hK'iit.. aj j ! i e -1 1 i ns lor
c-our.tv Lvnls, wdls, iVc. tl.u pen l.yso :ihA sale
f rcalt-statc, payn cut f ti i X t.nnntn.Mi of
t itl- tiki tho corni roTNiNiri oi c niliktirj; titles,
A? Uai'e in tL; ii't H. u-o 6 ly
lit of TV 'i ::, . .... ! r,.t:,ry Tu' Iic, Van Hurra
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J. -LT. RIDLOX,
CoPMty Trflnsur. r. Vpii Dunn C unity, Notary Pub
lic, vi., will I'ttciul to t'.io purehasv uvl haU; of
folate, exinniuiuR titles, pay'u g 'Vvh. pro
curing Uounty Land " arrant, Ortiirin
tlic Co-rt IK.v..e. 1 -1 y .
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Plain, Tnnov. .Tt.li. Nmvh an. I Onuiini'iUal Print rr.
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illy Hii-I ocklv excniic 1 v. i'li 'ie:tiK-s and 'li.--pateh.
All i-1-r- r. j f.-t )'u M - .Keitod. Priors
inilcr:!e N.;.T.n.!tNK:i toiler. inTth side of
rnaiii ?tr.t, l'aw l'a.v.
T"? i!-.. 'r.; -t M::. i-. .t ITtTiilin. nrrl rrincc
A- ('.'!;; vi- .-'..i.-ive !.-:. t-l 1 1 i" m i. int -t
jj. liaii-lall. J.;' v.r'.r-'. An:t ran ti: nii.-h at. 'I
wjrnuit i".jr ilura'-'lity. at r.t.'l'.ry j lu-ts, vuLr
l.m.l vr ."ofl nml tu;.; in the c-ual twin pri .iiuont.
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iJIINitV LITI S,
Mantf-ic-tircr f aa 1 A- aW in Via'r Ci-tta. a;vl
firi o.it r!i;i:r'. Turiihi;.' r-j kiiirp, tVo..
cute 1 on !i rt no'.ifo. M i:c lln.o l.r mi'c i 1
rortai.t'V on has. .1. ".; pp. s'tc lie Mttho
liht Clatrcli, '"i tli'-' r.f-v c,:,iin-c !iop.
I'aw l'aw.Julv 30, lr'jT l.'y
' , !cr in Ketilv-M:i'le C! tl)il!;.-. Ha. V
; s anJ (i,.iitli,!iii ii'.s Kurjiisl.i.'.tf CJ o.i! 'vl.iJ.)
ri!! l u hill t. h lit c.!n! ri r-.
T"itt lKr Kn f I.rai !" Store.
h'..-tmA it), M:tll.
o. r. liOKTOV,
I);-nicr in Cri'i'ttiry, (il.i-.- im-l CliiiM-waro, l?jicr
Jlan-inx, S i n t vv Jiia 1 a i'l t't.rtaiiH, I'til
Kry, .Kwilry, Vatti!i'; Xniia., 'toac nrvl lvit
crn, Ware, to., .S..i:t!i .'l.- 1 '.l.iin tir.-t
Uoor wcM rf U. .Sniitu A C., 1 l7-i.
12. I). SIMJIOA'S,
Jenlcr in Snsh. Mlind and l"(.ri. and nl kinds of
r ..v;f.t AViir... ut ti... s, ..., .-...y m;v 1
Dr. Vi". I'.rowa can U- f.mii l at nil time- at his
rnoni.-' "Hi Isai'in, Warioi an I t'u'n :r an. I
ii f,i' pan-d to fxi-cu?! i!'"..e.!!y ji-.d wA. a!!
kind-" r in tho lino 1' hi j.r.f. .-a-.n.
7t-Hi txtnt'.'ti-l, tiilod with U"l l r m'.mt
:.:.a noT c:. '. oirtrif i. sn.;;;y .r ri -.o.-, n, a.
t!io nuit improved j ri:" iKt of lao art. 1 17.
T'.:on in t'-.oni ..- snju'il- imd lifo like maniur, .ti 1
vv in s.o .-ri r
;?yl:: .ixi) rixisir.
I 1 i-e. i ;.;i;t'.v:ai.n :.r.- iavit-l t-. a'.l at hi
.a c a ud (iall.-ty and -ain.nc l.-r 1 1. vie. s. 1 v -.
I.M ai.f a. ''"(l.uirf v, idi tU tiini"1.
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at. in I i tj ): Numt nt, l.ii
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.;.! i it. u 1 k ii U of C. bin
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x..,,:,t r::.el :.! t. Waro
,j M. !".. I'' un li. Main-.st. .7
.i. jjjxoj iy co.
i .i v I.ivtrv StJ'h". IIorHrnand
!.:. tiro: 'lO I t I'l.hSctlfT, C0I1-
O U!i Val'l l UiO. to Oiri i ll cjiu.vn
loai of lixtluago il.'tol.
f. i;. MVi:i;'i
MiiMifilCiUS a ol dealer :o nil K'ad.f of I'al.iil- t
Ware, conis! ia;; i.i jot nf haivr., 'i'a Oie.-,
i'.'-ltftoad', Lo'.iiil'j". T.'ilt. V, a-i.itu' and l.i-ht
bland'-, Ac. .'., ('"ilii.s in.i li- t orkr. All
xind of r.-he.o tu;d lander fncMi in .ayini-nt
fV-r which will N : :-i 1 t!t- hilust ta.me.t j-ri.-o.
Warctwoiii", o.e d-.o. u-utii ! th itcd I'lavk
nmth'g ihoj). 117-tt.
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oil: I'd-' "V"
tifi -iW-s l- r li e -
ar.tl.e-i.d AR-iit for an
v v. ai -t.dd.hod nn 1 ro
il a 1 i ;t pared to OKOi'UtO
.a; . r oiMt kind ( f iti-.il
rlV j r-j jtr. M:i;.-e north i ! of Muhi !St.,
on-? Jo- r e.vst 'f True Ncrtla rto-r office 1 15
FARMER? VNIOX ISSVRASCK CO ,
AtLrn.H, Y. Cadi cipiul :0d,O00, tT?.n i'i'.
000. TL'ih nU'inch nti-l pop ;i:ir tiock conij-aiij'
ha won It. way to P'd.it; favor morr r.pilly
than any otter bi-uruneo ronij any of tin day in
ronsournf o of it lihcrahty mi l ciuitihlo man
ter of adjusting it 1incv I'. II. Ilurnsnn i tlio
jiuthor'tf-d A'u;eiit f"r Van T.uron Oo. Oifi.'-' '.no
door va of Tne Nortlicrivjr ofl ice. I lf
Ml. JOUX ir. EMERY,
-i'-"jn and rhvcicl?n. Oflioc at lit roddonrr r.n
ite and ii?(t StH , hone' formerly milt and
vfl.cd hjr Jain'- AJ. K.v-tinua. All chIIs
. fromptlT tteiided to. The octor wa formerly
n pracU inK rhysiflan or thi place, and soma
inptii, cinc returnJ aflsr an LM.nrc of a f
ytu.it. rtron;"s is re i'f ttully iwlicitod. 11 1
X. C, GRIMES,
Jwalfr In Crocrri anl Provision, FMi, Fnut,
Nutn, IMit:t!, O.U, Y mil oo iotion, NYno.'on,
Willow al S:on Waro. Conloctioncry, ("n?ur,
Drt)? and Mcv'irin, iJok nl Sta'ionory,
pure L,i'W't fvc IJcJieinal and Morluniral pur
poMC .C.., to. 2iyt
s. o. oiu-w r' raw
W. R. lIAWKIXt,
0:efn lry (Ioa.N, (irotrrics, Hardware, flrf-ady-alado
C'l ihiii'f, lloot d Shcrs, II at and Cap,
6lC. Store, aouth ilfl Maid street. 4-ly
QllX.AXDREWSfr WOO DM AX,
llav formed a coparhv nhip for tbo prcieo of
if iJicinr and aujj cry. All call promptly uUcn-
VOL. III. NO. 11.
Tin: jcii()()I..iIasti:k, ok a tvi.v.
'i i:n in ( i:iAviu.
11Y riMiAU WAV NT.
T.sl'll:l1KM:l!er, "OKI?" Voinr?"
'Js J)c .1 (V.llcu'ianr' "A Dodor?"
(A L:iwvfr?" A Student of Mvini
ty?" "Is he t:ill "Short ?" " St-v.tt
built ?" " Mender "Ceutcel!"' "Is
Here tlio (iu 'ri.-ts talkecl o fist :;ud so
conliisodly, tiuit it is inijnilil,' to tr;;ii-l' r
their ijtie.tioti to jcjut. Mr. I'iiiieiito,
who li:id jti.-t t:i!ked i i: to tho iymu.m, in
t!ie dignity cr per!::!p.s wo sliould say, in
:dl the tlhniUi'i-. of ( Vainn.m ,!' tlie S. l.'rt.
men, Chairman of the School Committees;
of the Hoard of Health, of the 0 er- er,
.Wtlir. I ,! -md ..t' tin.
the ltoman matrons bored
the Senate of the seven hills, women h ive
been curious upon the proceedings of de
liberative assemblies. We say r i n
not that women were not curious before
liomulus killed Keuius for jumjilng over
a mud wall, but becr.usu the instance above
cited is one of the llr.- t authentic ones on
It was known in the ouict village of
Cedarvillo that a eommiUee meet ing was to I
be held in t'ae alto-noon d the twemv-'
lifth of (Jetobcr, 1"! , for the s ' Na tion j
and engagement of a schoolmaster. On j
the same afternoi n, the I'i.tes so ordered j
it that .Mrs. Pimento incited some score'
oi her female friend-:, married and
r;e.l. to k. n:( n v v. n.i lar Nn-ha'.h
Voung Hv.-on. When that Cab b ( -:e: i
came tro.u tn : inc-uag, he- was a
ok d, v.
ua e s. cu nv u:e Women v. no, wn-iievt
be tie ir u'.i.il b. cb-i i.i lit of the org-. :i
of vu.n ration, c. . f:didy vjitui'e up n m v
liberties with public dL'uitarie.i than tiie
other sex dare indulge i.i.
V.'e shall here leave 31 r. Pimento to
. . .
answer the ouestions ot his w;le s triciids ;
as best he may, and turn back to the meet
ing of tho Ccdarvillc school committee.
Each of the llo.trd-.for the management
oi iuo municip.u a;:airs or i, le.'. vuie. ee ;
ted cs-cutiallv as a unit.' As we have j
f . I ' 1 II' ! . 1 I II
ue-tlwUi;' a.jv avi 'i-a-t
. . .
ment but tho school committee, our read- j
ers may tak' tnat as an example. ;,.-!
nut, there was the chairman, Mr. Pimen-
to, ilcet to the school committee on the
strength of hia white hairs and comfoita
bhi property; the hitter being proof c.m-
clu :v- that lu
Was exee.I. lit i.t
irga I a.
u!d of e ure iirovido ceonoeaicallv !
ftr the eduiatioji of t!ie youth of (Vdar-j
ville. lie was fai tle r sure of a maj. a ity
of voje.s for anv oliice' in the ;ift of the j
pee-ple, because he h:u
on one n..;. u.e c.-iaics in me Vili.ieo
h:If the estates
running av eiunis against their jiropnetor. ence m i:ie man -a no jo'pr a room ;i:.i oi
Their suffrages were free eertainlv, for tho ! women silent, could have thesame dedra
ediler of t':e Ce.larville I 'uiver.;j Advcr- I hie cllcct (n n. I imeuto. if h- cnga-cd
e.ain! on. d m, in an cli ri d a
a column he.g whieh eontaiie'd only t!:at
one idea. And '.;:o sh ill gainsay an cd'-
IMstor.s are infallible tlmiefe:-- it
ah that although the prcseut:.tion of
a,u inconvenient account or the immediate
foreclosure of a mortgago, was the cotise
ipienee of a vote against .Ir. Pim-ait , the
suflVages of the voters of Cedarvillo were
fr: n evert heli sa.
The first candidate on the list for the
vacant berth of schoolmaster was Mr. Pil
worth Accidence, who passed the ordeal
of Mr. Pimento's examination as follows :
' Vou're a young man, Mr. Accidence!''
" Horn in Xcw Emdaud, T take it?"
" Yes sir."
" What ersuasioii ?"
Pcr.-u tsion in New England means re
ligious belief. Accidence knew tint loh
fate depended on his .viswvr, but lie knew
nothing of the ivliiriotn sentine nts td hi
examiner. I'ottune iiowever h lped hi. a
a . i.li.d, I. l I) ,. .1
mw .. j.....,.., 4 i.i.-, a lii Muuio not li ne
disgrace i iuo neipine oracle, le nt
b!e of any interpretation.
l'... 1.1 I i i i ,
"The religion of our fathers."
" Hem-em. Yon say you an; college
hunt. Deyou practical good at cipher
in'?" " Yes sir."
" What book do you tisci"' Pimento
has a pile of books on hand.
" What tho committee direct."
Hem what will you teach for?"
"What the town has been in the habit
" Hope you pretty generally enjoy good
" Vcs bir, I always enjoy good health."
" (iot a recommend ?"
" Yes sir."
"Very well, Mr. Accidence, you may
go out a few minutes. "
Mr. Pimento wiped and adjusted his
spectacles ami spelled out a certificate of
three Hncj in the incredible short space of
" Ahem-em-cm, (and he took off his
MioetaclesA (Jintl omen a ml ho
iniuk the master went tlirough the exam
iiiauoi. a grc.tit.cai oi uispatch and where there were marriageable daughters
Mtisfiction. It appears to me, ahem it ! and who lom c 1 to b- thought so. Put
appears to your chairman that he is every Udth an enviable tact at "dodging the
way qualified, and I conceit we can't do question," he kept nil bis admirers in sus
better than to hire him at onc He is ' n,, ve,.v ri,;J.i i,.,i
orthodox in religion, and will be a great!
addition to the sing.n .cats a Sunday. J
PAW PAW, MTCH,FP,IDAY, FEBRUARY 1-2, 1858.
Then ho ain't -ot no now iVn-led notiuns ! t!.nt he coul l h: apprur.ruted to any other " Ho had'nt Vw for that nni of pa
ahouthooU, to run folks into tlcpt, nnd tlnn herself. per yet," suul liment with a thought
wo .han't lose no titne hy his lein' sick. S w;m d the winter. The hovs nnprov-. ul Ins uniuarnel daughters.
He answered v ry cnvt-tlyas well as I . wnidei fully, (so their sixers .s.id,) mi- ! " L mu.-t aclctnAyled-e, I have suspected
i I. ., ., ,1 ,,.,., ,.' vm f .mi r.idv tu' der Kew.rth's instruction. Tho tiils ; his piety," said .Miss liunyan.
hire hint. Ahe::i-eni. What do you say,
ovntleinen, shall we take him without loo!; -
''fhe voU-'was unanimous, of eouie, and
I . Mill, II. I t '...).. '
lire hint. Ahe::i-eni. What do you say,
.Mr. AocideiK'o wa culled in and engaged
wo dare not r.y on what terms lot
iliouM canst a sti,.de ol' doubt to rest on
vi rar-Ov. A r. i-.,.ifor. lii'.u in i
... .1 j'
,r,o nt V, r-;.;in- a ronvondent to tlmi
niM-er about town. Mid Mr. l'i ot uto in
vitcd the tv.vj men ofKt'trs to eal! at his
hnie in tile evening.
I 'w if you pl -.s,., reader, we will slip
1 ' ,ek to .Mr. 1'iniento's. The party had
'uit ho'-un to renew tlieir rdtacks li'imi
their host, when to tho infinite relief of,
. . ;,' ' , ,.,' .
.1 ... .1 ii. . .1 .. . 1 1 AI-
i r.ii nr a inouica u .o r. i M'.vonu .vcciueuce,
iulroduciii'' him to each U'Tsoii in
ion. Oh there is no describing the sen-;
satii.n that is created in a countrv villa'e'
ated in a countrv village
by the arrival of a young, tolerably pretty,
unmarried pedagogu The village belles
draw odious comparison between the c'o-
".'it eotie and the rustics indigenous to
1 th .-.oil, and the village beaux sih-ntlv
rear horrible jealous oaths at the new
the ceremony ot mtrouuctiun Leingi
uer, Mr. Editor who oliiciated as cxhibi-'
t..r of the lio;i, seated him and then tiiiu-j
s.'lf took a seat by his side, and the ladies;
compos,., I t hen. s, I v..s in their chairs agam. ,
( )ne w h 1 h id a pretty tbot, m 111 .j-d to .
irotrade it a little h-yond ie-r gown. !
Anotio r wit!i a sw.mlil.e neck, f 'd a mod-!
i llbra gi'o':-e. The back of another who j
had a remarkable t;.
H'i- wai-f .seemed to
all aeon.dutanee with the b.-.ek
of her chair. A tron lehjus In 1 i carved
cl'IiiI). which had trave l to Cedat ville.
'came near putting out Mr. Pilworth's
I 1 . 1 ' ...
eves, ,V the auu tv ot tiie wearer to com-
pel him to Jo -k at it. Miss A. s beautiful
hand was exhibited in a thousand wavs.
Miss li.'s beautiful new reticule co:i-
. ' . . II . ' . . - t ' ... 1
unuany in re.pti-nion. .nss . .vca:e'ne
hamlki rchief scattered the odors of otto
have got far enough in the alphabet of pre-
iimiuary preparations of the-e " hdiers of
men," whose baits were prepared to cap-
tne hea.toi .tr. I'liv.oitu Accel le e
auxWiie-e a naval ri.t oi-.-itn-ed m-f
piv N O - e t
t!i lir - a il
it )!m:iter, evei
hiag t'io ( i.e. -'
tun, how mu.-.i a-'o- cm
from a given ijuantity of woo
meiito iroudly regarded tie
seho lm..st. r almost a b :i:r.
of his own '
dl nee all. j
r th pres. i
ad aa they
ue 'ated will.; i hi:::.-t it
ence d" the ma.u wio 1;
i a room
n t broken till jiM at (h-
nmrneut tiie pariy j v m;o up, whrn
th-; Eitor and Schoho:-; tor 'jyX
of vitality, and cov.no r.ei d a (iiti
cushion on ihe m"rit4 of Perry's .v
book. Nfdhing retinrkabli- oecu
the cloaking or hooding, except that 31 r.
Accidence oU'ered Ids si-rvices t i see no
damsel home, thereby olhVhdiiig ju t (uc
more than ho would have done by being
gallant. And so they separated; the beaux
relieved of a portion of their jealous fears,
and assisting the b-dles as they walked
home, to expe.tiato on tho merits of the
stranger: and the married collides on-
wnlfili'f liniv l.iM.r thf.i- f,.idd irill, .lM..rv m '
J piecrastiuate r. w , vipi oeatiou of Air. and
! Air . Pimento's civility,
J A volume would not contain all tho ma
mruvers made in ('"darville to entrap Mr.
; Pilwoith A'.-eah r:-". .Mi s Judith Prim
"0 and f !( v-throc."
' pro-id nt ss of tho loreas Soci--tv,i.ronos
:'. , . ... .
ci ana eaiTiei a resolve that gentlemen
admitted as honorary members, and Mr.
Accidence was accordingly voted in.
Mis 4 Nightingale, leader of the female
singers in the vill 'g" choir, screamed her
self hoarse in the Ode to Science on the
first occ.idou that the sehooluia-tcr wn
present at ti so';; and Mis S;rap-hine
Hugg, a young ladv v.Iio at fifteen had
read every novel wit bin her reach, sudden
ly diseovi red that her education was la
mentably deficient, and put herself under
the direction of Mr. Accide nce. The de
vout were unusually devout, when it was
ascertained that tho pedagogue was a con
stant attendant at church and conventi
cle. A reading society was set on foot
because the master happened to drop a hint
of tho plan if one with which he had been
formerly connected. Album were piled
upon his tail "by the dozen and deep were
the studh s of the owners to torture his
offerings into something tender, or to dis
cover some hidden meaning.
All this worked admirably well for tho
comfort of 31 r. Pilworth, w ho was no con
temner of the good things of this life, as
it gave him an entrance into nil house
particular star could obtain currency among
the women, as each w:n slow to believe I
as rls always do i;i a district schooldid
' as tfirls always do i;i a district schouldid
' as they pleased. Inanimation day camo
' JlM' l'-1SM'- Tho opinion of tho generous
: puM of Cedarvillo were unanimous in
; " our nero, una venous iuongui
it! nuenaineu oi geuiug up a Miuseup
tau-ht duriu- the sum -
At any rate the v.cmicu
t ion school t bo
. in.r 1 1 1 , . 1 1 r i t .ini"
.i. . .1.
iiivi jin'iii i. .vt iiuy laiy iwo oiiiuii
vcro decided in the opinion that the least
- 1 taat could V done lor so excellent an in-
true tor, was to cima-e him to toaeh the
Khoo! r-T the next winter. The Cedar -
yille Adveitier Was grandiloquent in its
priisd 'J he school had not appeared so
well " at ;-ny time wiihiu the memory ff
theo!de,t inba.bitant." A sonnet un.n
education in general, and .Mr. Jhhvorth's
cr ie.f. in ,.-irl en :r fi 1 o e-i re. l!lthr r,.-
i e,t' .'ie. tnl.-.t,,,!
i...i.vi ...... .......... .w..,.
. . . . . . . ...
:tj t.ie pen ol Mi-s eraplllne Hugg, whojehiet.
oy th- way we shouui nave oemro stated
was the sUtcr of our eduoi hd 1'iicnd.
As a wind up to the winter campaign
against the obdurate heart of Accidence,
.Mr. Pimento gave the closing party of
the season. All the elite of the village
lishers wore then', d:sicratclv intent on
! improving tlu last opportunity of angling
j for Iihvor(h Accideneo. ( leuerally punc-
....1 i 1. 1.,. 1. ..f
, ,r A ... '
full V assembled on this occasion, and tho!
ei .1 1 1 on; i 1111 1 i.i ;i
pedagoguo came not. As a matter of
eour" the conversation turned fdtogahcr;
upon the exju eted "uest. 1
11 , ii- 1 .r 1 i 1
"Nei.s a tl 'lightlul man, said 3Ii-s
N-raphine llugg, "o sentimental."
excellent teacher, said .nr. J 1-
niOlito "to reasonable 111 Ms price.
! "A beautiful writer," said Mr. Editor
'you have undoubtedly notice his
in the Cnivcrsal Advertiser, over
I the initials . A.
I , Ml tt 1 11 ! J .
" vju, yes, crieu an in a cuorus ;n
; "A writer of tho first chop' said Mr.
. Pimento, ' he bought a whole rim of pa
per at my store."
"And so charitable?" said Mis Judith
" And so derout," said Miss Ihtnyan,
" T really wish there were more su h
young men in town."
"Amen"' exclaimed Parson Monoto
lious, who olh'Ctt that on many oe-
cas'c!M, Hilworth had resolutely kept
i l ll. I .1 i ..i
; awaio- win n all toe other nudes in the
had sunk t )
under the su-
poiiiie influence of his sermons.
uch a singer.
" He walks so giv.ceftillv,
with :: j.retty loot.
"Atid far such an idea of symmetry,
said she of the taocr waist.
uA .,,,.h e,,,. .t,.,w. ' t
........... V.. IV . I .?.lli
la Iv ('I' tho J ndia comb.
4,-U''h g.'uteel manners; ho hands
olio over a stile s) gallantly," said Miss
A of the beautiful hand.
4 Ifi' picks up a handkerchief or a bag
so 1 litely," -aid she of the elegant reti
cule. "And he U'-:s pitch splendid cologne,"
said Miss of the scented handki rchief.
" Ami rea ls with such an accent and
emphasis," said Miss Indigo who founded
the reading society.
" And wrote so delightfully in my al
bum," "and in mine," "and in mine
they all cried to the end of the chap-
It was unanimously resolved that a
subscription school tor the summer month
should be got up, and Mr. Editor llugg
hadju.it commenced to pivpar a paper lor
signatures, when Mr. Pimento's " help"
made her appearance with a imfe address
ed to Long-primer llugg, L'sp, Editor ot
the i cdarviife I uiveral Advertiser, after
running it over .stated that it was an apol
gy for nou apperarance from Air. Acci
dence, and read s follows:
'Air. Pihvorth AccidcnciV compli-
M- I I . .. 1 I I !!
iiiiiH? iu .ui. iiugg, aim oeg ne will uo
him the favor to apologize to the ladies
ami gentlemen at Air Pimento's this
evening. I lis uic ami family having
just ariivcu m town, Aie., iVe.,
There was a dead pause. The mouths
of the belles started agape with astonish
ment, the heads ol the beaux rose with a
simultaneous movement and the smiles
that irradiated their Countenances con
trasted oddly enough with the lugubrious
aspects of the lair half of tho assembly.
Silence at length was broken conversa
tion became animat-d but how in the
woi Id it took Mich a turn as it did, we
cannot say; the following among other
things however were certainly uttered.
" I'm not so sure about his charity,"
sail Miss Judith Primrose. II. ,,eVer
gare the Porcas Society anything but a
pair of cast o!f pantaloons."
" I don't think his writing po vrry
finished and elegant," said .Miss Scraphine
Hugg; "l),yuu think so, brother?"
hy-;d, really no," said Long
primer Uu, E., who vrvci Hated be
tween the fear of offending his sister and the
hope of obtaining something more from
.Mr. Accidence in the thane of ori"inal
Ami all prent ,1.
Idcil as-ent to tl
WHOLE NO. M8
. 1 . . 1 ,
" 1 Mere j.s none tnat doein Kooa; no,
I lu re j.s none that
! not one;" .sod Tars
j witn a long-drawn sigh
j upon the two .Misses Mo
J arson .Monotonous-
zh, as he thought
- uu m-n, .,.-., ...i..i;.i.T.
1 " Sneh an awkward foot as he has !"
said Cinderill t.
i p:.i. .-in..
i "' v,iuuiiiii.i.
4Sueh a clumsy form . haul
per Y ait.
" Such a homespun dro.s .said the
! India Comb.
I " He almot broke my neck yesterday
! in twitching oie OTcr the tvle," s'aid Little
! 4 He broke tho elasn off my indisi.cns.i.
. . . -
j hh; 'said Miss iTitieulc.
" 1 S lOU t t 111) k. HIS Cll HL'llO Wa.S ilOw
Ivi-lmd rum." Scented 1 1.mdker.
-:o- , - -
44 lie docs so abuse the king sJ-.nglih,
" I am sorry I let him scrawl in my al
bum," "and 1" "and 1" and so on
until they were nil sorry.
" And I don't know about his teaching
so reasonable," said .Mr. Pimento, "(lucs
we paid him all he was worth."
And so they all gueed ; and Mr. Edi
tor Ilugg's prospectus for a subscription
school to be taught bv Mr. Dilworth Ac-
cidence, was thrown under the table.
Mr. Dilworth Accidence was not long
finding which way the wind lay. The
subscription school, in the hope of which
1 no nad invited his wife to Ced arvi He, was
, , ,
. " T ,1 ) , 1
and decamped. He did not got away
however before Mr. Pimento made him
pay for the rim of paper, and Long Prim
er Hugg took good care to get fifty cents
for Pihvorth's three months' subscription
for the Cedarvillo Cniversal Advertiser,
notwithstanding it had been always under
stood that the editor was very much ob
liged to Mr. Accidence for accepting his
The next Cedarvillo Advertiser con
tained a second article upon Mr. Dilworth'x
school. It was the antipodes of the first
one, and commencing with " In what wc
said last week, we did not mean to be un
derstood," &c., it went on to place Mr.
Accidence as much below par as the first
had placed him above. Mi-s .Judith Prim
rose suddenly discovered that it was un
constitutional to admit male members to
the privileges and immunities of the Por
cas Society. Tho vote to admit them was
reconsidered, and Mr. Accidence was ex
pelled. The reading society was aban
doned. The albums in which Dilworth
practiced joining hand, were mutilated by
the abstraction of the leaves upon which
he wrote and thus were effaced tho last
traces of the honors paid in the village of
Cedarvillo to 31 r. Dilworth Accidence.
The Democrat has just received Kan
sas letters to the 1 1th in.it. Stating that
the returns of the elections on tho lilst of
December and 1th of January were open
ed by (Jen. Calhoun on the loth inst. in
the presence of (icn. Denvc, the Presi
dent of the Council and the Speaker of
The vote on the 21st of December for
the Constitution 'with Slavery' wasG,OO.j,
and for the Constitution 'without Slavery'
"';. Of these votes .",.ViJ are said to
have been polled in Prccints contained
not over a thousand inhabitants.
For (iovcrnor the vote was: Smith. Free
State; ;,'.' S : .Marshall, Democrat, (,.:!.
For Congress: Parrot, Free State re
ceived fi, L'..and Carr, Democrats ,"'!.
To the Senate FJ Free State men and i
Democrats are elected, and to the House l"d
Free-State men an 1 Id Democrats.
The vote on the Constitution ha not
yet been counted.
(Jcncral Calhoun says he shall close the
count now, but receive what other returns
may be presented, although the eight
days given for making the returns have
The Territorial Legislature has provided
a Commission to examine into the election
frauds, and will provide for another Consti
The Topcka Legislature will enact a
code of laws to be used in case of emergen
cy, but which will not conflict with the
Wc have before us the Missouri Demo
crat of January llSth, which gives tho fol
lowing report of the election. As the re-
4 . I
urns are all placcJ m the Lands ot that
oeautilul border rufmm worthy den. John ;
Calhoun, the result as determined by him
is yci involved in pome doubt.
idge Smith, the free state candidate
for Governor, who was at Lawrence, sent j
word to Leavenworth City' on the Mth, j
that he was undoubtedly elected. Other j
accounts represent the entire pro-slavery
state ticket elected by an average majority
of 1000 votes.4
In reference to the Legislature, our
best information is, that it has gone large,
ly free state; though from Mr. Henry Mar-1
I tin, who was probably in the confidence of '
i Calhoun, at Lccompton, wc learn that tho
Ono rjr. l do do
rf n'l kin.lJ. im-linliit
Warranto Iiwln ! 1 i ! 1 H " '
Quil riaim l-..Ir.
(Mint Sri Mrti1jM-f,
IJond., (all kiiidn,)
IMzi l.Lr Vi-r.'; f.. .
S'hM i i . 1 r.- at. .
Seho'il la-p o t.-, . .
Marrlaro " r i fl . i
1'xccutioin,. , , .
Alwavs to l.c found for pale n. a''
latest r.ccount when he left (on the 11th, )
gave tho pro-slavery side eleven or twelve
members of the Senate nnd twMifyMhrce
or twenty five of tho House, whi. h Mould
make a proslavi ry majority on joint kd!t
of .some ton or twelve.
One of tho most iutelli:( nt ;.eiith nu n
wo conversed with last night, .s.ss that tin;
whole matter rests with General Calh mn,
I,.r! who is receiving and counting the returns
at Lccompton. Jh may rrjiorl jnf tudi
rwfoi i hr ?,tr; and knowing tho
man's reputation for treachery, and his
man s renutation tor treachery, and his
- ult,,r subserviency to the traiuiulent aims
andend9ofthc administration, we J;avo
! but imie nope inamc win nguro uj any
.other than the most partisan and iraudu-
determination, however, we learn,
P rvades the free state men of Kansas
! I f Calhoun persists in his irauds, he had
.11. .. ! ...II .........1 - II ...
I ueitej i: eon-Jin, .uijiuij vi.-v; nuni
ni'ii t' oiiui, "" 4 t.i-. w... v
i would be safer in any other company than
... . .1. 1 .
that of the fearless minded mihtn of
Kansas, under the command of (Jen. Jim
31(chi?au I. eg Mat urc.
The Legislature met at Lansing on too
-Oth, pursuant to the the proclamation of
the (iovernou. Jlut little was done 011
Wednesday but preliminary business. -The
committee on swamp lands had tin
subject under consideration on Thursday
forenoon. 'J'he indications arc that the
disposition of the fund arising from the
sale of their lauds will not be determined
at this session. It will be permitted to
accumulate in the Treasury, to be applied
j , . , ... MM ti 11
I by tuture legislation. J he northern mem-
bers generally express .1 willingness to
compromise upon this basis.
Fir.it, let the lands be offered upon such
terms us will secure their rapid sale and
improvement, without reference to tho
comparatively unimportant objects to bo
attained or aided with the proceeds; ami
further legislation will direct its applica
tion. In the House, Thursday afternoon, Mr.
Shaw, from the Judiciary committee, re
ported a bill to prov ide rooms for holding
the sessions of tho Suprome Court, and
tho collection and pivscrvution of "tho re
cords of tho Supreme Court of the Terri
tory of Michigan ; also a bill to amend tho
revised statutes of Is P, and other stat
utes so as to adapt them to the organiza
tion of tho present Supreme Court, and to
define more accurately tho duties of the
Judges of tho Circuit Court and Circuit
Commissioners. The bills were twice read
bv title, laid on the teblo and order' d prin
ted. From a private letter addrercd to tho
editor of this paper, dated Lansing Jhh.
2.'M, we take the liberty to extract the fol
" I have just had a cju-ultatioii Uh
the members of the Judiciary Commutes
in regard to our district. Tlmy will ct.
off Parry, (J rand Traverse and Newaygo,
and will form two new di-tricts, one in
the cast ami one in tho west part of the
The Commit fee on tho Public Lamia
have not yet made tlieir report but fronr
the chairman nnd members I learn that
they are likely to agree on something like
this: reduce the minimum to ?1, sell to
actual settlers, first at auction, time and
plaeediscrctionary with tho comtuissii it r,
then subject to private entry at tho Laud
Office. Lands to be forfeited if not im
proved and reclaimed in a limited time.
The avails to go into tho Heneral Fund or
tho Swamp En.d Fund. I judge the fore
going to be a fair skeleton of what they
will report, though I hey have oot drawn
their bill and it may vary from this in
07" The New York Evening Post ;ays
that Hon. Eli Thayer has aire idy commen
ced the organization ol" a company which
is expected to send emigrants to Central
America within the year to found two
stantial sea ports at oithor extremity of the
Nicaragua routes. Thii enterprise has no
connection with Walker or lilibusteiing.
aT'The new phrase of the Democracy'
now is 'Tho factious majority ' They are
in favor of popular sovereignty, of tho ma
jority governing, bnf ui Kansas there is a
'factious majority,' ami that deserves lo b
put down. There is an impudent coolness
in this which llarnutn might have rejoice. f
over in hi.s palmiest days.
"Too Wkaic in tiit. K.nkv.s ."'-WW
learn that the Democratic members of tho
Legislature had a caucus evening before
fast, called for the purport of determining
whether or not it would be o .d ioliey t
endorse Dowlas' course in regard te the
Lccompton Constitution. Put we are in-
formed, that the meetiiyg adjourned with
out coming to any decision. As we heand
n lending r.olitieian sav hi nvmnn
m.n? too weak in the knees." And t
tho remark that thty were a amu r if thev
did endorse Dorm..s, the .same gentleman"
retorted, Yon a re ; if you don't.'
CuIhmIh ( O ,) Fart.
frjy'A lidy b dug about to marry a
xm.tll man was Md that he iraa a verv had
fellow. " Well," sas she, if he' had.
there's one comfort there i very little C