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tiqultlt pi.Utr.st The wiJLri 0f tb, tol-
rVl T ""' ,Un,B tho soul of
' if mournful beauty t "
. oor pU tittle IW
r otiiM'a f '
Traahllng wait and silent mouth.
. Wbn.0D to roM blunh lias I
tw-lnin, tended curls,
Brown M brownest Autumn,
' .Mt'LlnJ0''nrul twilight round
TDSse lurrow-Urkni') -
Tbt ne'er wu klssod by bird or bee,
But onljr wet with teHn.
?'bou needs must shrink iTrlRhtod Irom
ore's wrm delicious clttupliiK
Kor me will bid no bridal cruwu
In all my mortal rears.
Pallid little rose-leaf,
Blown against the houn wall,
A weary way from all Its mates,
. And Unfiled from the sun.
Among rough weeds such IS my heart
And ift.r any oumfort
Can only cry, alas, my lira,
My work Is almost dono !
. Oh, wo Is mo I Immortal hop
Is but a broken Illy I
A sweet crushed riolot praying God-ward
With a piteous look.
And human faith a leafless Imush
Ulowu down ntslnst a grare-atoiiR,
Or a shadowy pale Narcissus pictured
In an Autumn brook.
"Our minister said in hi serm-.n,
tl evening," said Mrs. Beach, the
ife of prosperous wholesale dryeoods
n.rrh.nl on Market street, as she Inst.
Wl her mantle of norcelain and marble.
on Monday morning, that "ho wlio i
wanted to do good must be on the enn-j'0
vtant "look out' for opportunities;
Kiel does not tin I our work, and bring
Hi ready fitted and prepared to the hand;
(hut epreads the world before us, and we
Vfe to walk through it as Christ and the
Apostle did, wiith 'eyes open,' looking
for the sick and the suffering, the poor
and the oppressed.
"Now, I am certain,"
.Hadv. e she replaced a marble Diana'!1
in th center of the mantle, "I should .
'like to do some good every day; one '
'feels so much better when they go to
at nitht;and I'll just keep my 'eye
'open to-day, and see if I come across
any opportunities that under ordinary
I should let slip."
Half an hour later, Mrs. Beach was
'in the nursery, with the washerwoman,
who had come for the clothe. "I wish
Mrs. Sinims," said she, as the heaped
the soiled linen into the basket, "that
'you would get Tommy' apron ready
t . T.I
tor me oy weunosnsy, we nro euine.
out of town, to remain until Saturday ,
and I shall want a good supply
for such a careless little scamp
"Well, I'll try, ma'am said
tiwoman; "I've got behind hand
liial a nee aauuny had the
cough; bui now he's better,
to make up for lost time."
' H is he'iiad the wlnop'n:
Poor little fellow! How old
n i s.ione I the lady
--fie wns lures ibm .-kiuii, ma a n. i
4 i t t " , a , ,
"An I Tom is lour, mused the adv.
..r..i. m,. i.m..
..ii- .1 i . i .. ..
-'we esev l'M'1 wtiiiill.) "Ull WW
heppv as you used to.'
The boy looked up a moment, with
a half-doubting, half-confiding exp.es-
ion, into the lady' face; the latt. r tri -
onphed: "Mr. Anderson moved out
of town," he said, pushing back his
worn, but neatly brushed cap from his
hair; "so I've lostn.y place; then little
Mary's sick, and that manes it very bad
"So it does," answered Mrs. Beach,
.her aympathie warmly enlisted. "Bui
never mind, Joseph; I remember, only
.night before last, my brother said he
would want a new csrrier boy, in few
days for hi store, and give a good one
two dollars a week. Now I'll see him to
day, and get tho situation for you, if
The boy's whole face brightened.
lOlrl fblll be so glad of it Mrs. Beach!"
-"And see here, Joseph; I am going
rto market, and perhaps we can rind
something nice for little Mary." The
ladv remembered that Joseph's mother,
Ltbough a poor teamsttess, was a proud
. woman, and felt this would be a delicate
way of presenting her gift.
Sash fpund some delicious peais
uUraaiaV'ahil' a .nice chicken, to
make soma broth for Mary, who, she
I...... i. in r . t. . r l .
ivaiijsu, lit tv.fcu jvsr, U'l.wig tug
Sroceedsd to do her own marketing.
ut it was a pity that the lady did not
e Joseph, aa he sprang into the chem
iWHWm p.tds-lMsr' Jsjr -moaning
'weeiTlj! on her Bedf while her ruoihsr
.sat sutching busily la one corner, ana
4ni"uood awl good newel , I v got
.alf thes ni things for Mary end a
plac si two dollar a week!" .
.i!,. 0.1 h.W . UUU jMary.'s.hot,. fingars
.cloud osrar th bunches of whit eraoa.
while lb aewing aroppsa irem ner
.. . : . . . " : "
ttneihsr' fingsrs, as the tears ran down
.'.. her cheeks. . ..
' It was evening, and Mis. Bsach sat
la tHlihrrjUAlSbdCsome nsw
. .baek, .when. she heard hi husband'
"wp ht th hail. Though the mora
iilbs4.leen.eo pleasant, the afternoon
i waclHdjr.Ns)4iday hUcoaedown
-ma lew, wiw;,pniiuuB in.
o,e.. 11.0 tower .:rwiot mat bureau ami
ukr 0.1 those four grc.n worsted .Ires-:
.).. .i..,ni v
"" ."'...v; :
' " i , . .ii.; .'I
i.k - f i.
t'.e w.l-rw...na.i, with tears s.ani..
into her dim eyes" I haven't
wo,,ls to thank yo.i.or t.-ll to.. wl.....lu.Cc
a irr-ure they'll he. Why th.y'll
k-epthe little fellow war,.. us loa-t .11
"''! ,. , . .
W e I. I II P lace ihem i on the mp ..' .
th.c oil... ahl the My mi. Ii.ij; ...
Z . n'7-e ri Sv y t"'"
So I , !,w iMr. B-.h..,'.!
..f 2 rka (lo'f
. Me lZ.,ek
l.n.iiy .he year h.fore . to do errands.!-."-
.... .r A-r. II. .
p-ol-h.. il ...erryfac.l hoy , a,f,Bd ,
len . r,st favorite with ll.e family,
Mrs. Ilarh had always felt imei-!.,,,
cte.l in him; 1ml ihi mo.nin; she w-;,,,
ir, quite hurry. and would hav,. passed
.... child wi.h . cordial, hut hasty. ;,
How re you J.si-pli. my boyl l)o,.vj
come and see us, had .t not .truth l.rr,,
hat Jo..,.h's fare .l.d I noi wear is usual
,l,roush her mind, and asked, "I. ny-
thing ih. mailer wi.h you.Jc.eph! Vou!
.ii,- n .. un ,..-.i
S. A. SPKAlt, I
Kdltor and Proprietor.
INDEPENDENT THOUGHT, UNDISatTSBD
FINDLAY, O., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1857.
PURPOSE, AND TTNTR A MM IXBI)
rzl .'. as. v.
iVOL. 4: NO. 10.
hc"r, B" w,1 UP stairs music act
"'a words, "Eyes open! eyes open!"
with (lie love oft true wife, but ha was
not demonstrative man, and the first
beauty and poetry of their married life
had sottled down into a somewhat bare,
every -day, matter or Tact existence.
Uut her heart was warm lo-niehl--warm
with the good deed of the day, and
and rememboring her resolutions of the
morning, she threw down her book, and
ran down the stairs
'Henry, dear," said the soft voice of
the wile, "has the rain wet you at all?
L,et roe take oil your coat lor you."
"Thank you, Mary; I don't think I'm
any wire Iniurcil. but vou niav he n me.
just for the pleasure of it." and he stood
still whilo she removed the Imavy cost,
with all that soilness of touch and
movement which belongs to a woman
She hung it up and then her husband
drew her to his hoart, with all the old
' "re verv mournful of me.
' "V , my Wile,' he said.
Ami there was music in Mrs. Beach's
Girls who want Husbands-Nelly's Advice.
hunkering lor tho Sterner sex. Tins
a weakness that woman lias, and
for this roaoonshe is called tlio wcak
rest er sox. Well if you want to Ret
married don't for conscience sake
act like fools about it. Don't go in
'circumstances to a fit of tho nips every time you
,,0 a uat ,u,d a pair of whiskers.
Don't get the idea into your bonds
t.inr .. ,,.,., , 'i,-
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ii'Piiiirte I hue hiivu mi inoi'n . I. ml 1,1',-.'.
mnkiiS-.twil;.,,!- v ,.,. r..
i.,;i,o.7.,.:..;.i.. i. i U .I ..... "
.in fi i n,. m. t"u,,
with stcli a fancv tli in 1 would with
; raftl..-n -k. "
.w irU "h-l NVlv i vo..
oi1 h.-ralvicJ si U,. i i- L
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,K:U, lhi ,. ' ,tlu !.)
?..rthv iirU.aiil b aiM nfair L "iiiS
. f " ' 1 "r "
, vU.nJ;h f(J. vf, t", 1 t.,
iV'T th- Piano vioi'li einbioJei'v
a king, no part of a bonse-kc- r
I.,.;... .r....i.i ... .... i .". V :, 1
not got a w.nltbv InHlmml viui will
m-i-d to know how tod. hoVe !,. 1
yn xvuuld hove them do,,.. 1 tiT.,
il(.e ,(lll-t ...,,... ... . ' '!. . "
ivi, ', IK't Allcetatio, U . thd . .
i,,,.. 'of uw !-,,, S "a
f(, r, ui,'u ",,(,', ,
, ' 0 u. ' ,
p - " i .'J. j" J
Dress pLin, but neatly. n,,.,o,n-
.it that n. .tl.;..,. ii... i
Girla von want to net married
don't you? Ah, what a nuttira! thing
a f C - . I. .1 . a I t
l8.for. yotn to have such a
ur,.v nf no..-.- .... :.. .t...
j " js j viiiovii iinu tuv
neiiibboi booJ in order to nttm, nn.
"'un ,Lcy Wl" rn &r i'"u
iiivaniiMytMNesa Hont seat at con-'
sii... i..: I .1 i n
cim. olin tries tn oo tlu be In ff
, , i . , , .
''"t'o. an.l thinks ehu is. I'oor
- i mat norinnuiv
.est, becoming ,n,d luveh- npiioar
uiiec, as a iirut and plain dress,
AII tho lliim.nery and tins. I work o
the dressmaker nnd milliner are un
If yon aro relly handsoiiio, they
1 A . 1 I
tietf. fur if von Hm'l run nfr.. tl
"TT, !,C mf i
full of 6tar"li i ticUen- rIio nZ'11'"1
"i biarn pncKers; sue puts tin
....... nm die isHutiice,-
iim..n.. i.., i !.......
'flint it iiiuw.nvj r .1 ;.. .1... ,....
lneral vb, foim I nt u , L I I
ico.nii.- i,. uf fontMa ,,l , , i,',. uZ i.
0.. Alw,.v4 ut a,.n;.ri ". -lust
, ... ,.r,... , VOi ,,.,
rriri: Yon urn liliiti -.i.r4..lf r.. u,.
do not add to your beauty one par-
tiele- if you aro homely tl irv 'ntlv-,ort"
tnakoyou look worso Gentlemen
don't co-rt your tace and iewelrv
Fin rlii" ami fttlduAlsi nmv clo),l,Ja
to ookP,. Ztx 1 If. Lf ?Lt
. ' . r
VB lie ofa w frtn Ivminrvm... L-nnic1
that If you know how to talk do
naturally, and do not be so distress-.nerves
ingly polite as to spoil all you say. j
your neck is black, wear a laco
collar, but don't bo so foolish as
daub on paints.thinking that people
are &o blind us tint , uon it uml if
)'our cheeks arc rosy, don't apply!
pin enueers, lur tlio ueception Willi
w detected, and become tho gossip
ot tho neighborhood
" v t
What is Religion?
5W nndeinniiied. by grav-
Religion is, in-the beginning, the
learning of God hence the great name.
divine, one learned about God -truly
religion is the blessedness arising from
a knowledge of God. Without God we
are lonely throughout eternity; but ifw
have God we are more warmly, more in
timed,, more steadfastly united than by
friendship and truth. I am then no
longer - alone with my spirit. Its first
great friend, the Everlasting, whom it'
recognise, tha inborn friend of iu in-
most oul, will abandon it a little as It
can do lleelft and in the midst of th
impure nmpiy wmn o. wines ena o.
sins, in th market-place, and th battle
field,! stand with closed breast.in which
the Almighty and All-holy ipeeks to me
and reposes before me like a near sun,
behind which tha outer world lies in
darkness. I have entered into His
church,, tb temple at the universe, and
remain inareiu. uiesMU, uevuui, pious,
van If (be tempi should became dark
What 1 do or suffer i as little a sacri
fice to Him as I can offer one to myself;
I love Him whether I suffer or not.
The flame from heaven falls on th al
tar of sacrifico, and consumes the beast,
but the flame and the priest remain.
If my great Friend demand something
from me, the heuven ar.d the earth seem
glorious to me, and I am happy as He
is; if He deny me anything, it is a
storm on the ocean, but it is spanned by
rainbows, and I recognize above it the
kindly sun whirh has no tempestuous
sides, but only sunshiny ones. A code
of morality only rule bad, unloving
souls, in order that thev may i b-
moial, and afterwards good. But
the loving contemplation of the soul's
first Friend, who abundantly animates
those laws, banishes not merely the bad
thoughts which conquer, but lliose also
which tempt. As the eagle Hies above
the h.gliest mountains, so dors irue love
above struggling dty ..ftu.fr.
i.unU i ,t m .r ..11 i,r n oM.
Ibh itoli anl Z, Z , , e
who yiuhU himself to the indul-1""?
. , ' . . . ... I
. . . ,. :
treiiuu oi kiiv iniff.fioii winc'J or iiirs '.
" J 1 " " 1
Oceimntioti! what a tlorions thing
it is for the human heart. Thine
.t. A -,.i,i. :m i..
.,! .:.! ... ,..":a
sorrow. When grief sits down, folds
its bands, and mournfully feeds upon
:i, ., .....:.: i.
shadows, thatalitttlo exertion might
sweep away, into a funeral pall, tho
strong spirit is shorn of its might, ,
and sorrow becomes our master'?
When trouble How upon von, dark -
and heavy, toil not with the waves'
-wrestle not with the toirent!-!"0,"
rather seek by occupation to divert'
the dark waters that threaten to
utl rriiriui t vh. Hiiv vuv viiwusituu
channels which the duties of life al-
wrf Present. Before you dream
it tlioau water will fertilize tho pres-
. . i . - . i
eni, ana civo oinn
tllt ,nrtr. 'K1'1 ,1,(J
ii . : 1 1 i . .
un: "U1I!iiiiio wiiiuii iiunvirniKB ioiiioi
. . . ...:L.n..u...A...-...Tli.,,u,.,un..i.
path of dutv. in emto of every oh-j.b..d.......
urc and holy, in!
Occupation. Pat's Encounter with a Hornet's Nest.
,m'' k. 11 " ft ,"!'n. l,ira. B
"t , '" 1 w.t.t up an pc-tt into it,
vM i v:r-':,M 1 .f ' 'io'-" ,it !
... '., , ..!
!urtv,s'01'" !"u-,:i;c ri rn
iaw.. w,u .". ,.,-.t0 8,".,i0 ww":Xcw
I"2. ol." ' bt" "." 1 ?';
""i1-1 , ' 11 uurc' ' , , '
t 1 'l"1 l,,0,,',B:" "I"
t,,,-:i a imli-.n ov the big:
V"'" hU: ,.,,P-V ,L'W ,,,t0 in-v ('-'
'" "? .'" ' i nith,
J' J di.-rs. and they bit nij till .-.ire
h' 1 "T" ',WM ,Ul J.?,""
st-r.-anv-'d. un I ru.i--oeh, dull, t 1
n,-,",,'1,,r-v ,H ! ,u. ,M' f""1 ""
c..hl nr. uway Iron, t'- Yif
V "n"v, '".'
...to a d.tel. ov a'.iont two feet ov
--l 1 -M1 , n" 1 ' i ' ' ''
J' 'V tlw like ov audi .alp.-eiH
lwly vnli-r m ;.ul.l Ireland.
b',., '''.'r.""; h ' 'l"."1"' ,,,1l!.,w,,,
1'r,J.,st '", ' '! m" 1 '
8'. and riitircly kilt every mot u i
"I"' "V ' ,ul"lbirJai butl luc,i ,u '.
" 1 w3 n. "10w,n ?' 11 "9'n,
a wi.ilo f nice, on the inasii 0-iK
, u'oni. n sop, a
" . . . .. .' . .. .'
iiiiiin in in
,,,,,, .5.,- ,. ,, ,,..
axed Mr. DjvU what kin I ov a
. M.J 'lo we yaw,,? R th,,,,. a tve
(ro cMU,L h 'l)rt, ,
tlm-e .,,..v,.,.,,t. .re involuntary, and
.i... .i.. i :
...n.s ... (, ... ..u. . . -1
10 ,,,nvc ur iP- ilierc frquen-
lly ,r'.lvc" 8 ,oril1 whe" (ut U'w
on s ' respiratory process 1 mien,l-
vo,u,,,,a "e"" of rssp.r.i.on are
A"!' P" " 8
itjficiency of breed,, and (he involuntary
of respiration, coming suddenly
to the aid of the lunge, cause a spasmod
If ic action of the parts Involved, and a
toysw''. attended by a deep inspiration,
'o compensate, forthecsssation of breath-
itri. I ik'i n if
the, n ere u..l .u'.j... t la fiili,.-. Tl.c
oiicration of hr. uihin is. to i.jme ti
lent, voluntary, though when e ceam ,
toilircctiivolu.itarily, it isi. .voluntarily
coniiiiuod by orHiis lii(.l, know no fu-1
"'!I"J- When, tlierfore, we feel weary
vniuiin.y iicivuk, uut mo uauso ill sue
u ...... ...I . .. i-
ing, are the result. 7'Ae Reflwtor,
uu, It riUUIB J UU 1I1U I 11 1 Ilk Ui Vllllll,
Jeremy Taylor's Idea of a Friend.
A friend shares my sorrow, and makes
it but a moiety; but he swells my joy
and makes it double. For so two rhsn-
na s f unia ma r var inn isssa 1 ni.i
and make it fordable ami apt to
be drunk up by the fust revel of the Sy
rian star; but two torches do not divide,
but increase the flame; and though my
tears sre the sooner dried ud when they
run upon my friend's cheeks in the fur
row of compassion, yet when my flame
hathkindled his lamp we unite the glo
ries, and make tnera radiept like the
.olden candlastjpk that barn before tha
throne of Uod, because, they sbtne by
numbers, by unions, and confederation
of. light, jinjf harmony. , . , :
. : ijoa'a Asia t'hsib Ubbs. There are
but, two classes 'of people that have
found a ratjpnal use for ,,d,ogs: the
Ubineee. and . lasbtonable women.-
The former bisk thorn np into meat
pies; the latter nurse them Instead of
obudren. Toe taste of each is equal'
ly admirable. We bad as soon eat
a dog pie as fondle a dog poodle.
Tho difference lies in tho way you
tateaog. .. M
ull i fi". T! 1 .
.take 111 him lor hc-Gol,e. ,
who snU with a Contented air, on
'in -'"e 'H that to-
UM Pll f,x
ntiil two lmI eries. fhev wi.sh to
k now and learn a in ul I itiule ol th i tiirs
. v . . t . . : mi
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V ' . " tir. i . 1
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,rr'T''t"Hio wiiti n man, my iitst in-
,..,... .... .1.. ,. 1 :
,,,"Bn'fnuo anu uigniiy. ii is aiways
mwortunc for hun, when he is in-
wmcn uo cannot cannot nimscii uy
rre ar exertion of his powers,
Certainly, w.tl.ont earnestness
t"ro is nothing to bo done in lite,
yet nmonc the ituoido whom we
of,""'," lu u" " ,uu," "u
, ., . .
i. 1,V, II, L ll'l UI L' i
"'uuiryis, With what doe. ho
Whatever it may b, reason or
feeling, that commands us to give up
tho ono thing for tho other, to choose
the one for the othcr,decisiaa and per
severance are, in my opinion, the no
bleat qualities of man. You cannot
have the ware and the money both
at once; and he who always hankor
for the waro without having heart
to give the money for it. is no bet
ter off than ho who repents him of
tne purchase wnen xuo ware 1 k
bis bands. But I am far from blaite
lug men on this unponnt; it is lift
they that are to blame; it ie the dif
ficult, entangled situation they are
in; they know not to guido them-
eelves in its perplexities. Thns.for in
stance, you will lind few erl al econo
mists in tho country than in towns,
;n(i ,cwer ,,,; in Blml town8 t)ian
if, RVft; nn(J vhy Mal, il)tclKl,;j
lor a I'tiiited condition; objects that
nro Bi,l?l'lu; "Cft.r; J,Sniiinatc, he
wmprouoBU .'"' " ponies ace.is-
iiomeu to employ eucn meaiis uoare
lat band: but on entering a .wider
fleU 10 n,ow aow1B ne,"!r wl,ftt ''e
"or ba.t.,ie ebould; and .t amounts
to quite tho same whetherhis atton-
t,..n 8 atrctoJ by the mult.tudo of
ol,JuCt?. ?r ' overpowered by their
i. i . i
lmm(: cmuvatcu t. en, i.uie earliest-;
;" 8-' y,
llowers,crc,u,?,n9' they proceed, il l may say
;v,tlB f selidefonec; thejl
read a heap of newspapers, only to
l.imao1f, and how, nnd will.
1 i.ii un
Limitations. The Northern Grasshoppers.
iv. wci., state iv,...,,,oio.istoi
Voik, wntes to lho C'o.intr
.G.iitloiinn a l.,ng an I intereMin
lc,tr 0,1 ,,1C J1,,,:,y 0,i &r
p.-rs. Its L-ugthJ pr-tv.,! us f,-.,m
.lin f (t ,.lltiro jj ,iL.c!llvs
lt "Um gftH-h-ipivra olthis eoun-
trv nro Uiili-....,4. i., evv. v nspi cl,
,,;, lllisrriUl,rv l,.L..i-t. oiilio E tst,'
the terrible rjv..g,s ..f which ius-ct
;iro wvn tii.sun. T!u- .J;.iu vot.
arni...p,T is d ff.-rr.it tr tin,
....1 ....,, r,r , Nl.u.',
V..,fc. but ovt ,r.h,. tatlU, which U a
slllIl inMCtt is 6,WvtU:i VSwvi. ,
j , destrt.eiivo. W!,.,, it has
k,,"wn " K"'garims mil
.(llurttv. .-va.-llv like the ,f
IU . mv,.;J,U asseuiiing t g tl.er
:in a tioeli. takiti wing.u'.l upr.ear- i
iuJ? a cloud .vhe.i ut a dialuiicuilVii'U-iitiury
in t)t. liy. linj WI0IVU.,. ,l0 mvunn :
ilights lor a dm- or two. t f..eJ a,
iive.uit, .vtrv ,u.rielo ofgree.. vvg-llhem
vtaliou is wiisiiined. eatwii.-i thfip..t j
M th.,,,.1, iJU,, uVCI. w ,,,'of
.i, only be hu.mv.-s u iy V...,l,at,d ..,
& 'ay that the Ei tern lo-!
.:u,Uaiv; by L'aih.ruiif an 1 dertrov-
, . ..... m mi u...-. i".i om-n y jiu iu .
tho deftruelion ol locusts uud insects
of 11,0 Hi"tshopper tribe. China
nl.o ivguLu d (Lo eauju matter
tP ifovolu 11 .s.l.t ...,.! 1 1 . 1 j 11 ..!. I
oiiocusis ana over." iim in
r.vuLis. f0ctB Br0 captured thus: "four t.er-
'"eir v-.'s iK iwlo ti.ry tiro Ii at:U
;td. and f.ptu.ill ' ull 1 kii.iij'' the
iui'ct. when 011114. I,, llij fouu
itii. s aroiin I thu Mediterranean, pur-
uculiirly in v ranee, gr.-t Hilctitioii
'is and long Ii an been paid lo the do- j
0(lj (),- tlM it.piiti(m bllil, , puruej
ilH-ro a in Franco and te Lvant.
i ..,,il,., P...,,,,.
;!' fOUtlier 1'IUUCO. a
bounty oi about four cents jier pound
the cffiis and two cents ner iiouud
lor tlic injects, sets most uf lho pop-1
particularly the women and!
childern, on tno cliaso, in seasons
tho insects aro numerous.
May and June are tho mouths de-
voted ta it. "An rxucriiMidul l.v.
bv bowing in nockv .lse' wlnM-e (he
soil is "rlialhnff will gather twelve
fi-en pounds of eggs in a day, which
latched, would produce tialra mill
. 1 . 1 m.
sons drag a largo piece of stout cloth
briskly across a held, two in front
drawin tho fore edge along upon tho
grass, ana two behind, holding th
bind part of the cloth slanting up
wards at angle of about fifty-five
degrees." "The insects jumping
up from the grass to escape, are
caught upon this cloth, and when a
quantity aro gathered, it is folded
over them, and they are then brushed
or shakeninto a sack. The women
work singly, with a net similar to
that nsed by etomologiets tor sweep
ing the grass and weeds to collect the
small Insects therefrom; and they
sometimes gather here with more
than a hundred weight in a day."
- By passing over a field two or
three times with snob implements as
these.it may be almost entirely clear
ed of these inseoU. But if all the
surroundiDg country is still foil of
them, freqasnt sweeping of the field
The above is a careful abridgement
of the most material parts of Dr.
ritcno a letter, lho subject is al
ready ono of much importance to the
farmers of Minnesota, and may possi
bly in futnro years become ao to
llioso of Illinois. The projpert of
having to fish for grasshoppers with
seines and ecoop nuts is not particu
larly gratifying, but wo may all have
to do it yet. When we eugago iu that
kind of warfrae, however, we shall
wnnt to enlist ftw millions of tur
keys and chickona auxiliaries.
'Why have yon kit the Democrat
ie ai t V said a Uuchanun man to a
'I'rincipally on account of the
Kamtas outrages, wnr the reply.
'Why! don t you know tlutt tiiuc
tenths of tho Kansas stories Hre lulse?'
usked the I'tiehmiier.
'Well, snpposo they oro what do
you do with the other tenth? I go
on the other tenth. tie, Jive. Jour
Discussion in the Dred Scott Convention
in regard to Breslin.
citent.-nt. declareJ ' that John G .
,. , , b ,OI)0llrc. bv t,.Jc
id. vy. it h?j jsgra-!-:".
.c.uit. i .'i ii ii7 iuvj,T
t... a r.vn i.mi. incauaia,
iays to a IVien I, ho h.is roporleJ
here M I.U form r friend, tli.it
'vi 1 nfVcr ,,,t; Stilto-
anv court of j istiou these, and
developuJ fir mm t rice' surround-w't"ur"'
Ing tV-histor.- of t'.e e.ubezdei.) -nt
woul I I v j"tvliit t i '..nee t convict
him. Tu.. I. i.t j i m. ol' the
State I.a. b un t-i.t r,-J ug i.nl
him. In lUv R-puhlienn ranks1
they tiny, in I -1 , l.irh.r all kinds
,,uli!t !, , Wl. w,.re
CWihw w,t, n-M-.t d.r.mlt.is
J -l... G. H.on .'o;.lt!,. 1
Hit H n.- cnLses .1. ti .li-i.iii
nroxve U.--d n t . I. tve boei. i!k- do-
lunlier. T . D -iiioev.t'.ie 0 t.v,,.
ti"i. b.r.', mil i.-.w. -iy that tl..-!..Vr
is lU.' pluuj lor ,ci,(hM
eriminals. The only w.iv to save
the D.'inoeratie party i. tv .Knoiinee
A to tic partisans nn 1 ub.'ltoi
(;il,g.,, Ju lmv iuiisdeiion ol
she,,, a 1 wil! cu, vit-t tl.:'..i. Wla tl,
a jury will . Hcru, tl.ist.
iio would not elsuu i.ny deserts
for nroidiecv but be would ud ier-
, " " '
w,is re-cosi.lered, ( In thequcslion1
.. , .. t,
..a,, .rt-... ...:.i
its a'dniion ir. .iiiinarer ea :
i lie resoiuiiuiM l ci li. nit uruiu
,na-ned in it ttbtmctl y it was not;
.right to coiilcmii any uitn unheard;'"
it is foruign to tl.o U.miocratic par
... ........ .., ... i .-, ,t
"'". mmv nl"'ini
ui.'iii j. c. .. ukui u...v. .-
ty: (iibsoii is a perjurer,
Judge Corwiu said: Iu justice to
a litlle .. and ruiueJ man, ol whose
Ill VOIC. I lUilllV, Ulicr IUUCI1 Ull-
T Y' ,l.. t
i . on . n t of . 0 0
utvittti,k ill I1I.J li.klll-J ill u. 1'uimi I' Irs
bad a clear receipt of public ujoii
Ii eys from the powers that be. At
any rata tin y allowed liresliu to
out of rtlioe uiidH.-cted.
ihe history of hi unlortuiule do
when oosits in 15 inks, rhows that poor U.
tundit mihtiiikH .
Vou. Mr. I'r.'Hi,'. t,t. hive a wile
To 6how how harinoniotiB the De
mociacy wero iu their State Conven
tion, we give below tho discussion
on tho resolutiou condemning 15 res
lin and Gibson .
JnfJ Jolm A Corw! r0se anJ
Utid ho had hi.melf voted for the of-
foiiai vo resolution, but rs r mark of!
CJUrtCb wouJ B6kt,mt u c
, -,lt pormUtoJ t0 k M
, ?t eJy M
1. 11 . i.a. 1
Deloware county delegation,
diet that c Vr l"iii: he would go to
C.in.d t too. Slull we. then in
speaking 1 f t'llrcit call thorn geu
lieu. in? I'A us deuutineo tliciu,
then, a? tliiev.'i..
1'Ioud nal J, (Jilij, m's tesli-
vp bii positions, ) well know,
ked that the ue'ioii should be re
versed. When Ureslin went out, hu
nnl a daug'iter. Si I, n Mr. Hl
:.., 11.. .., .. ,
to.llu has a 101111 au l ti tnl
innocent .Ung'it.r. IN. Iimh in livid
u ui rigid wh.eli wvure boiiul tore
A Mr. MuCroiitv, brother of I 'at
McQroaty, of Cii.ei.ii.ati, in a fren
,zied manner, Cii.d out, '( .,1 al
mighty. 111 tho Scriptures, has do
dared that tho sins of the father
shall bo visited upon tha children."
Ao! rii! wero the general etcls-
Mr. Bliorer, of IlillslmMugh; sai
it was proper to punish those who
rifled the treasury, but Chase and
others have five times sworn to a Iio.
Why is Mr. Ureslin absout, it is ask
ed! lie will be back after October,
aud, perhaps, before lie did not
wib, nor would 1; to look through
the grates of the Penitentiary; and
would not risk himself hero while
Black Republicans are in power.
They are all down on him, but the
mob once cried aftor his uiastor,
"CruoJfy him," 'Crucily him."-
"There was notdata enough against
either Gibson or Brejlii to justify
Svvltit r of
, " 1,1 1 nm .".H" ,,u ' ,u
huructt-ruo ns as "npologilor Mr .
"... . i iT
it'! L ueo u avo,.j nct.oi..
na neeii uniortunrtre; we;
i h 1,7,
the."'.'0 h,,."n 0,1 . "? di.tratti rf w.th
u,"0, c.t'f"ro 0
: "J.M! n'' .ts."l,'"u Ju.(:111
il"'e x0. ,'UI , Ur' lirtt$ia
i,,ot a d.f.iu Ur! l!,es I'tKmni
J11"3.1. '' nbwn rsaf" W-k in.-
Vublcnn r 'ij;w to hn l I'xi'usej loi
. G.and oj) tlitt? (r R- Hn;c
I'r.'ed.ng, ptr .,!to rather ol the
thcL.ul:ir,fr",a itl-.iaoo (:o..,;.,..tc-
eharaeter J on ought as .veil hang
Jl"" "' "','" 1 " '
J ' ' . ' ,i. i. . i . ' , '
,,ll,l,,u lul 1 a" "i'l"'
l..in. UrC"'.l: -.r. y .,.
couihi-I. Mr. (...rwin. Aiiwtr
"'"I ai" ll",f '" V. i exp.'el tol..-,
-sv,lll' un u,r 1,1 ' '"'; '"'''-'ted,
H Hm ""''J' ''Uro,M
. , , . . i
, ':' ,,.,lu' V'f"""'
c'le in tlu,r .M.iiiil.u- lMl ol ivM.i.re
?JIPt lu y," I0 8 , ,U ose
,ay P' .f, J J ' "
a miui..n oi u mats, t.isu iiur
ill bpeitk ol iunoceucy; tl in-
,Til,r!nocent he eoul I n-IUH-e. Irmlf.-i
" e w.t.tl.ul. ,a ... luranuo ui j
I'm t. Wu do notintid lrm. IIu
bus in iirel iiinelf. lie lias prov-
p ... :... .
. ,. . ., . I
" " y -r'' .'""-itlio
rouu trams Kiuriei. .iinu ..diwiii
,,.. .... . .
. T ------ -
U LUllllUIIIII llUflllll.
nun . , . . iU-
goltt wa3.' -ulation,
'party left with
this ccnauro. No evidence was pp
ducud. Don't you back up juries
this way." This language was too
gross for tho Convention, and it was
received with hissos and yells.
Mr. Srltzcr cried ont. "Ureslin
had, when publicly charged and in
dicted, offered no explanation."
Mr. liurns, Uhairman ot the (Join-
mitteo reporting the resolution, spoke
of "tho apologists for Mr. Ureslin,"
claiming immunity for him and beg-
giug to savo iront consuro n is
wile and cluM. INt ono urcainpt ol
such a thought to cU ud tliein.
"When was it a misfortuno to bo dis
honest?" he clumsily aaid. Drenlin
ho continued, is in Canada, with his
guilty bend, and (iibaon would have
followed if he bad not found friends
to bo his bail.
Mr: A. 1. Elgerlon, Trnn3fui
Agent of tho Stute, iu lew Voik,
wlii'ti lireslin was in his piilinv days
said he was in the committer that
prepared the resolution; voted for it
there, and voteu tor it here, uou
knows I am the last person that
would thus speak out in defence of
himsell. liut the democratic party
had reposed in bis hands a trust
which ho hnd ignomiuioudly betray
ed He received tho money, and no
accounts left bv him aro eullicient to
satisfy us of hi iunoceucy of being
Wo have to iio behind the alleged
statements of (iilmon, that the ni'jii
ty was all paid. 1 call upon Hies-
in to answer lor inmeir. "iie
can't hear you, ho' gone to Cana
da," was criod out.
It is our iluty to our party, to our
selves, to our personal integrity, to
Wo cannot conde
condemn Inm as a
as nn embezzler.
inn Gibson unless
II he has any I
tlio.,"urrf,,.T,ur.? w"r."--'"1 lo.
... . , .. I .. . ..
oy OUl' rvrol.ltlol), ul!V Olio
. uihj oih- ui 'uii iv o-a- : :
V. , . ,
. viole.,1 ou'ery w is iu.i U by a
lew. un I all thu i..-luiiioiitary Me ,
t.e-known, ,,,,,1 lo .K-U aia dnyet.i
vote ot. the a loptH.iiofiUe ivs .lut..,..
the yes, an luy- by .o-.u'i -k wre,.,
call I, aul aJt.'i gmitd. lo'.dM.uile
and wreugling. th.-y u-t-w cull. d,
eou.it.d m.d d.cl .ivd. (n.. d-ayfs,
1. : . ... . ..
tuu 'u.ii ; i'-." ...u...-i.o.
vei.tion; tho outline, ol the s.-ene-
ry around the top end., wine , wi
rom tho i;a..ora,.u ol Ude ... t
. i i , ' ?
nio i, tno uissausiiuii
an I gn.ish-
New York beef Market.
Thu New V.-.k i'nbuuj of i'liiirs
The prieo ol I .; r patllo l.a now
rc!t.'i m tioinitliAl iUJat cither luvo.ol
.tliecrTct to prlncp a greater snpp'v,
.or lho inhabitants ol citi.M num l.
U. nt ,e eonuuii.tion or mjat. Wo
have chronicled, during the lust six
uiontb-i. many most extraordinary
ii uinrh,, ,.ki n nnr p..i.i nr r...
port 01 tn vnivio .oai nut, nou i.oihu,
.. I. ... . ....... I
days when all the ottlo in market
sold at prices such as the oldest
butcher In too city never lnoru
dreamed of, and certainly no one
supposed would be equalud again.
In tins all woro mistaken. .. iwo
thousand head o bullocks sol'J yes
terday at liuir Head at higher pri
ces lor tho moat, taking Into account
tho quality and the fact jhat hides
aud lat are one and a halt cents a
Kound lower than last Spring, than
iief was ever sold for In Anust in
tho City of New Vork, if nt lit tact
higher than beef of the same quality
was ever sold in America at any sea
son of the year. Wholo droves of
Ohio steers, right irom cue grass, in
just fair codition to commence feed
ing to make stall-fed beef, sold efj
prices equivalent to 12 cents a
pound for the beef, while hundreds
of the best cattle offered, none of
which wero extraordinary, anld at 13
and li cents a pound for tho beef.-
Wliat are we coming to?
New York beef Market. Gibson as he Turned Up out West.
"""""' v .
A private letter from Osago. Iowa.
contains the following interesting
item, it says.
As au itenin of news, I would in
form yon that 'Gibson,' yonrdcUnlt
ing Treanurer, was at St. Charlo, a
town in Kloyod county, Iowa, a few
weeks since, and purchased a large
amount 01 lami 01 the Honest But
tiers and report hath it, that
not having euluciunt amount of
Ohio's money in his possession, he
made good liisdehciluy paying them
in currency or broken down banks.
About two thousand acres of first
class lands aro the amount of his pur
chase, ao I am informed. Hoping
mat tne Almighty will giva In in
strength to meet his accusors and
boar up under his kindness of heart,
which 'amounts to a positive weak
ness, 1 remain
Respectfully yours, S. II.
The above is from the Cleveland
Plain Denier of Saturday. It bo
hooves the State to look into thin
land purchase, by so doing it may
secure a part of Gibson's indebted
Wo clip tho ahove paragraph from
the Hamilton Intelligencer for the
pur poso of branding it as a ho of the
basest kind. Gibson has not enter
ed a single acre of land in Floyd
county, Iowa, since his election to
tho Trensnrership. Will those loco
foco shouts that havo uttered this lie
mako tho amend? We doubt it. for
a lie with them, no matter how base.
is relished ns a sweet morsel. hen
j ... rj 1 1-
New York beef Market. Gibson as he Turned Up out West. I he Murder of a Fugitive Slave in Illinois--
New York beef Market. Gibson as he Turned Up out West. I he Murder of a Fugitive Slave in Illinois--The Dead Slave's Head out off
and sent back to Missouri.
press. Having gained"
iiure. it ie lint ?itfht that
s'"lJ party, uiiii tne UI0I10,
, t of W injnant public.
Tjre0 8 lin,.-C8Cll
P sfjoo fur all, was ofl'vrud f.sr tlieiri11
irecovery. They wero pursued with-
lout legal process. The pursuers hav-
,8,ing parsed them, were returning
Xwhvillc, when tho parties met.-;
The lesti.nonygiven states they wore!'
orJort,j to surreiider.wlien they rush-towards
0d upon their purs.iors and.Man.U,Id
ifJiu eM dLiV-.tso-killi. ono ol
,,, Tho ,Htmnl wa,
,nftJc j,nt tlfl ., 0Il.
Altnstitdd was in close contiguity
I am informed, bv a tr-ntleman of1,
Ifivdil.ility, that during tho progress!
.of ((. . lQ ,lprnin!l in ,()Wn
i,iniK.j 0f ono f ,l0 ii,gitratesl
lH.loro wlom Mansfield was ncntiit-"f
what was being .lone. I'l.cy
said tho dignitary, "tryi.ik
which U ofthf most valno to tho corn-
:,..ily a Klack Ur-p.il.lic,... or a
" V.a"1"1 " C"r":0 HUt ,,.,.r l,,,r;:!1'
l!Higitf .,l drtimmiisg tt'a
,U (l iTn(. u s ..i
, -., .
v.. ... .,, . 7.
i corrpnion(ieni oi ino v; menvo.
-t rtvunv, iiuiia in'iu i.1 iiivint!. m.
murder ol a fugitive bhtvc imnr:w..V
iat ,ar,0i ft t.tio,, w!li,.,
"Maliviuly n.eiitionod, and givva aom-..
u,t.i:,i, i .t,.;.
'annua wui. ua civtsn ij
.it.iph-'i ...u i.i . . i v. UN. -
0 ,v wl,M j.tl j VM ,i,,uvl
ll(.r,H4 tiu c.inn, and with nn axe
W.M .Vi.(v , , , .,.;, ,
,, ,, ,, , ,,,.,,.,, , n'
(l(-,,,:ri,-i wail7aU to Mi,s..rl.
T. l(lMl.t ,;, ,, ,,,, u wllWl.'.-ver
, 0 ax WU (4ki.H WlIj( j.i,!,
, ,1,.,., ,h0 ,,en 1 MI,y( WM g:
,,, xt month wo will thru see if the
.w,i0 wiji st;.r ,,1, viiUinis to
j,l.r,HJlrHtwj j ,wjr mi.-t VVlt,
lho many tliouiun I he ,
I had heped, for the honor of
county, that no accon.it 01 tho
and that the
.qwcntlv, a part of this sanu i-r.'tv,1ll,',yoiir
l' ..'..i i- 1 . .... .
...... i..,...i ..... l:.. :.. :.. .
boi iil ud til the act t I1.1t Iu rel'iHod
,liriwiMiB , , ,vllli.;Uw.
T(0 l0weVt.r ., ot yet OV(!rU,.
,)l)r (.ou.t ,;,., i,S!8i
" J t- Ui.amkJ It is n,ti 1 thnt
J.din I J. llrolin' eeeiirjiii-M nro not
Itaiae to the dure lui a sailo dollar
'''0'n the ptih.tc triaiiir.v. f u: tUnj
npiiM to hive been nicely neghjo
r. rauicr. nieeiy arr.tngu.1
amniisr tl.o "uppi r uru-tt lioeo.'oeo
otlioiaU at Coin ntiiH. Uiv. Alodill
: iiuu .luiniur niori.'ttii nuir iiK:tH. i ro
li.tl. I.ld lt.it.,l.l.tlU nVllllkl.ull U.k
havtfhis bonds duly executed, ap-
...... ...v. ...... ..H .v... ...wu,. m
of his official term; and it was aller
od the money was a'wtractod duriii;
that time or a great portion of it
and the surotios are not,coiHeq.tont
ly, liahlo. S, much for tho oft nal
and criminal neglect ofQovernor Me-
dill an I Auditor Morgan, who have
been tiying to cast the odium of their
official neglect an i the rascality of
rno uotnocratiu treasurer Ureslin
upon the ll'pnliliean inrtv. ' There
would have It en a groat ad male
about it, il tho Statu h i I loet hal
a million of dollars by aur nesrlact
on , tho part of Gov. Chuo. The
pe plo would scarcely ovor 'have
heard tho last of it it wo.ilj have
been carried npon a thousand
tongues iuto overy re-ion of the
r the public 1
ml, and :Most ae.loadiv if
- u. 111 ' '
great a part as any in frati..
"r nutional policy and system
"f Jfovernmeiit, spoke of co!orod inei
" citizjtis of tho Unitod States; but
tolth.it the government made tho de-
'e of their rights 5s citizms a cans j
I'tting tho nation iu a hostile at-
a foreign power.
Wo may also well allti Ie in thii
connection , the procamation I.
sued by Gen. Jackson, dated Mobile,
Sc.. t. 21, 1914. addressed 'to the freo
toi0'1""'4' inhabitants of Louisiana,"
(Mlicy you havo hor.-toforo h.cn
b'privod of a nartici nation in tl..,
-?b)i ions stru.fo for national rihtt
Jin which our country is engird.
Hiis no longer shall rzisL Assone
Hoemnn, you aro now called u;mvi
to dlend our most iuustimuble biW
As Ainerhja.M. your cOtintry
l'k with coiitl.lunce.to her aJiptul
doa.lH'ildren for a vrt..ro.M suppwt, as
flliUlfu, ri!fur ,-r rf'
,J T " Br?
:n,Mni.. the Major Geti.
,cral comiiiandiiu w tu -et offi
--, r. iuur ii.iii-coiiitnie-
ioned otlic rs wjll h aptwinto I fi-,H
am ... v.iur.-liW
Now theso arj facU.an I thiT pr ive
.o.iri.sliisivDly of themselves that iioU
hor Jeir.,rson, M.Tlin nor Jackson
q-iWti.wu tho ciij...ehi,
'colored free mr.,, b.,r upon our soiL
We should l,lu t,, uliVJ t,a Sfnt
Clmso and (he Uepublieans it OMo,
for r-assurting thu praise views un
cursing rertninud hy thuse rmat lights v"N-
d Democracy. SiiJ Joarnn'
tlieil,"m(?. !J Mr. Canning, on ho
tri.nS.it''e'','j-ct of the attack on the Clie-
iiovuriin. ..it from vur whliM
aul aJvoo;ites of i.m-Slav.Vy
(V-b-rabs.,.. nbtiso JnZ Aladf-
un I . Jackson for tboir -iiigiJr
principles." ns thoy haVe GvmtZ
The Dr4 Re4( DeclsioiiAaetic tmimf
CMl Vrawela 4a,a,Wl
ait. 1 iio . i' rAi
In the Jomr wrtrtet of th 'tim
RtpbtUr thett U k toriaitJ U?U
frrrlewof titvdKlerWot feiXfYa-
ey upon the caw of. Dred t3cottfch
ouiupiewiy upaeisv me law ana mm
histori ol the Court , ..V ;;, v
1 nere it also an appendix to tat
article Irom the pen of Cbarlea PVaa
cis Adams, the Grandson of John
wuincy Adams, and who bean lir
ing testimony thai the Adam fami
ly lie suffered no deterioration in
him. Mr. Adam is the author .of
the life of John Adams, aad for ac
curate historical knowledge hat not
ins superior in 111c land.
We Quote from the' anntnrlix 'tn
the Importer, which the reader will
Dear in mind is from Mr. Adam?
pen: 1 . .
"Since that part of the foregoing
r j view which relates to the citizen
ship ot freo negroes was printed, oar
attention nas beon directed to tho
case of tho seamon tken oat of the
American 1 Ingate Chesapeake,- by
tho British ship of war Leopard in
1807, which was the beginning of
the difflcilty between the United
States and Great Britan, that ntti
matoly led to the war of 1813. The .
Committeo of the Honse of Repre
sentatives, to whom the subject was
referred, reported to the House tjmt
it has been fncontestaWy proven, as
the accompanying printed document
ti u. o win snow, tnat' tnree of U10
men taken (naming them) 'are citi
zens of the United Statts? By tho
document referred to, It appears that
two of these three men were colored,
one of them lho child of a. female
slave, and who had himself formerly
been held as a slavo. See Report of
tho Committee, pp. 8186, 43, 44,
49. President Jefferson, in his proc
lamation iuterdictingour harbors and
waters to British vessels, Issued im
mediately afior the outrage. said-
That no circumstance raiglitbe wan
ting to mark ils character, it had
been previously ascertained that tlio
seainun demanded wore native of
tho United States.' p. 6. This prot
lamation was countersigned by Air.
Madison, then Socrctary of State.
Mr. Madison, in his Liter in Mr
Munroe, thcu the minister of tho
states at London, instructing
demand reparation of Um
Goveniinent.dwolls noon tlx
that tin; men wero citizens' ui (La
ed fjtutsj; and Mr. Monroe, in
formal demand upon tha British
.eminent, fl:iiJ; '1 have the honor
mi;t your 'l i;unii:nts wlsich
presume, satisfy you that they
merican citizens.' CoYrrspOn
between Mr. Adt.liaon - M r
"puaae, pp. 0, iu, 27. All '.heabovo
ro to the publio docn
, monts printed bv orlerof the Honsa
1,1 "opresontativos. at the first
9I" ' tl,n lenth Cjngren. It thus
appears, not only that three of. tho
nrtit five I'resideuts of tho UwiteJ
atos, two of them men who had
to '..u-.. i .. - .
'"'ll an I irth r i.iil,,,r:su m' Tan..'
. . . - v
.7i.,yr oC ."ivorninent. u m.-iu o-Alu.
Wu scr. itntnVd t'-a Mr- Djtrt la,
1 urie, bus ruc'uiitly ovJstniutl.!bv
,n , i,e nitiiroanl char.u-terlii' ths
icterxil th J
ti' s.nl In. tho wh ile of Franca. It
m dobigned lo bj tuol with, Un'llo
tccoiiipany another map tluscrlpiivd
,,f thn g lolngicai fuaturas of the an.
iintim,. ,.r t ... .n.r... ft. - :
i,ii,iu wj,, tho gr.uNt jiiracr. all
tiiior.ntition tuirtaitiiUi lo tne snrfaiM
whilo the oll.r roveals watt lie4
i.n.tiadiately below the surface, thus
in irding 111 lioations 3f treat, f alo4
to the agriculturist, an I t ' thne
toirol.lui lor mineral or hull line
materials. Bimilir maps' foe this)
country would Iwof the greatest fnv
portanco to all who are In any wy
. .1 .....i. .. '
iUIIIIDUlQU Willi IIIU OII,
A Kus r a 73 ,-The Chto
Trilan atatus that a rain ia.arn1
!I dey, in that ' oUy. : wis lerlook to
ttxsfho wifoui an In llaadoct.M'ftsua-
al Unfile, with arh.Hki Kill WiiS'Wl
term of. intiinwy. Ttw hb-iatl
Hearing of th matter' saiisitlol )
4iiit .lauttiivAA a it haS 14 Js..sr.
the Jury guvs a verdict KflJ