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niXOIt A .11 T It 15.1 Y, Editors.
"If thou hM truth to utter, Speak! and leave the rest to God." Gallauzb.
8. P. Hurray, Pr.prier.
LOWL1NG-GKKEN, PIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, NOV. 15, 1845.
T II E B A N N E R.
MR. LAW 1 1 HAD.
We had the pleasure of hearing tlii
gcritieinaii s.peak at the Court House in
V. Tl t ... 1-.. II
Mi piace, ou . ui.rM.aj Mm. ...
to be a plain, honest mechanic, and
mafies UP ill Cill w.i.u nc Liu, in
... ,- r. i
nenence in nuh'.ic sneaking. Vtelii.d
I lie man and I
d his speech entirely differ- !
,i ' i, 1
ent from the representations
the senior editor of the Banner, in rela
tion to the speech delivered at Troy. i
He puts the people ii possession of
ome important facta before tinkt)vn to !
most nf them, and which will cause .
them to thiuk more seriously on the ;
question lie discusses,
Until the appenrance cf this article ,
we had concluded to let this old man, St
11 connected with him. pais. In notic -
.l- i I K.. .,- ,
,ng mi. gon.ein,n- . j
out of its waytocat reproach at the
senior editor of thi paper. He a ab -
tent w han Mr. Law head spoke and can-i
.. -.1 .L- I...... ,t r.n
not speak for himself, b-it fort.it a'lly
.i.-.. .,.1 r. !h. r ,tU;,.-.l Ij do
lltci. .ui............... I
. . - , . t -it .
him iustice and who cannot and will not
i , , -. ii- :
...j....... .. .;4:, at ,n,,iie fX,.; , h. 'C oe
The Journal mjs that it lo-ind the m, ,;0r ;ii)f ,
and Ins speecn enureiy luucrem o"".
the repre!HtioTis made by the sfi.iur
editor of the iWi'-r. That he made a: I
. . . . .!.... i. ;.. t,.-
rue siaieiiiciii nrrt-oiiu oc in .
ro one wi;l s;:, i'rcauw i.c "
ro one win .;., . .
he hud been and would i.e expose..;
1 - I.t. .S. r. tltA tn tl Wrrt
nun in- a.i.ini..-
t'.e same a. those reported from Trey,
..,.,. .I.r.v S.;np. av aL'ain. he
.'.id r-...t rr.ci.Mo,,. because he had been '
,n,e,. ne si
t. Hespokeof the degradation
' r,.i. igners of Washington's having
1.0 conuaence in anj i .M, .
. 1 ..fil.Hi.wA.nl 1.1.
t:.tee: he epok. of the Gauls and Van- -
dais vac-king Rome ol bolh Alaric a.m
Algolic; and how our friend of the Jour-
...t it m.l ih sL.te.ncnt whi.-h he
IUI v. uuni - - - J
has we know not; but without impugn- ,
. .. ., . r r ,e.r
ss well as see diftercmly. wev that the
noeech wa sub;aniili the i.m, as
far aa it went, as repuii'd from Troy,
The Journal says Law head puis the
people in ros.e..ion,f important fact,
rrre unknowr.. Wundell Cstts. Un-
be ;, 7
ascial let the editor of the Journal lay
them before his readers, as he i. in du-
ly, bound to de-let him end-rse them,
Vd we shall know e.act.y where he is. '
Can he endor.e. as true, one .Intjle im- ,
portant fact whkh Mr. I.whcaJ stuled. .
We shall see.
DR. U.M. McLURK.
'e understand that this ginllt.nan,
Ule of Auburn, is about to remote to
1J..0U county, Mo., with a view to a per-
en' agricultural location. Years
;;;,"ay before hi, name will Til-:
. J . .... ,f
e effaeed from tl.e memory ol the af-
- ..... . :
tltelol tl.e L pper .tiiss.ss.pp.. j(ft Jb jg Me a( ,Q
He leaves wiih the best wishes of ma- : hj, (faile nr)(j his Wl)r, j, I(1
i.y. as well a with his pockets well lin- w,p; f.jr,e lnat ie 1Ueets with a read
el with the one thing needful. !v?ale for his shots-that money
fbuvs the few things economical little
C. C. CAM'. Ally and her lather need. That
tu. t .h.-.t this rrentleman had n'uiim little hand scrubs, washes,
J'- - - n
.1 r. tK. 1.t..rul chair of the Na-
.. . . i '
live American, iu oi. u.,,
A bald Ea-jle new on ooaru ihe ;
U.S. ship John Adams, at sen, ven
.oiici. laligued. As the poultry die
-:n.. mi .. .. Iii L.rp.l vveli.liot be
i.ioi.i.t - i- -
....-i.i- n,l ,.n..:e verv tame.!
inn r.nn.'"i -w - j -
walkini' around from m'sfs to mets,
.'ettin" a crumb liere nnd a drink !
here. He is tu. w considered auiie j
.1" il-.e crew, and n'.tends to ihe furl
r , ,,f the rova!. He never left the
'tip t! the l'r.n-cton anc t.orcu s ,
..c,...ic..la. whenheahghted on her.
.: j-ck yard, took n searching j
lai.ee. sa 'M allwasngi.t as tar as
f . , ..ml
.. fu'le oam wa .mutoi um.
urned to his own ship. The singu
rpirt of this occurrence is that
rce foreign meu-of-war are at an-
aor neir the John Adams nnd this
.publican bird did not v'uit either
These two lines look very solemn,
frit thy're enly htm to fill out ..m.
Rey.J.S.Marr.T,.l..i,n..e.; ,r v - ()W WP la; inr..,,ion as to Ally's rrsi. ' h:,nd to George, w it., .(range look ol ; street va.iev J, Place a bone across a
come the editor ..r a paper, m ior, accroiable pre.ent 1 1 deuce She hd promised to let Aunt "' npled coi.hdei.ee and michtel com ' " " '7' 7' V " ' i" vou have -Bony-parte Crossing:
..,.i The FJUre." . that the i si ac .r j Lined, as the band struck up a wal.2.,B"t in thc.r slumoers. (), now .i Rhine." This is termed -lllus-
, r ii'col.ction fii,t,,s:.ewU,U.eSetter,,thay.'l.brai whiileda. her soft hre.th your ,s j tr.ted History."
Mrs. E'"yc' ' f . books. She d.,s a great ,i,,l of j been lost, for they neve, hea.d - , A negroVideafToVT,
fwmthe eueecso, - ,ewmg tor me-r.H Uose s .-.ot.-ing ,s tier. i V ' . , northern man ? WIm. does not feel by Pelham, one
liiirninif oi a lias tau-u. ...Y.i:.r.'il iv per ueai naioi. u un
A I. I. Y II A Y .
Or. fint and rrct nd ltoi".
'Your village, dear a int. ' cer-
inW.lv st p .ctiiresm.e and beau
,, ' iiu.p v Gl. Muv
i ... .1
voui g co.Iegiai., to hi nui.t. w ith
. fc. .
II whs a blight summer mo:n. an.
Ceorgehnd hotted ir. the Lrer.kfusl
ro.ti. t. have si rhat w ith Aunt .1.ry.
wht'e ,she was "cleaning away ihe
I reaklnt things," nuled by her little
hand - n - id llie
and thick lips brightened v ith many ;
a pi in ni -.tmssa y.eoigt oui.
The little village of B-
situated in a most picureqiie ror
,11. n ol nneoi our former n oiates.
;,,",K lir"l "I wa rested far South. !
ano me i
.fv ,,,;,,., n.,r,e,n homo i.ed
f ip f rM,v.,ti,in .lti
. air (1r r,,m!ort ov. r the nu-
(lier,.,(, st;rro;ii..!mg farms, mused
" "'"t'O. ..i..... - ...
from hi c i. s unt . e-S'.ns "t nd- j
it u: tl -n. II-S-oo l f Wlll'loW
iff tof i:rra! t-i-t p'om ir 'ZO'" on tlx
' " , " ,
r.-mamic. bf.-.utiiiil view ti--t"if -'
I .-i ci drr y si.-i.'av a I w. s
n,)i..;: jn l.o, : .he Is t"i -o:u
t' 'hi.-o-h th.- . towards ihe
tark of th oe."
. , ...
" oat tv n't e A-- v K'V
Mi.iJ b' ;
HUnt. - a g'-eat favorite inh us. Si e
,!iC vi),,r (..,,ir.ir', dar.rh-er.
t l I ,... .-I
:ij a ion.j,n:ce. iii':.-oi oil. t...
4, J.'m.l.r', -sichtf
l!ie s )Uihern-breJ youth, "you are ,
jM,in2, diar.st Aunt Mary, surety. .
-.otntall, said mm nui.i.
inn meriily at his manner.
,Mr . . . h
f From Graham's
.rilK. ,1,- , aiif, ner (l Job Kiv.ied tee ihli. but looked tawnnl tlio iu-
J Vvery excellent hoen.ak-r u '
.f af (l!,e pnd 1 c:in te?ily, but
. . r , . '
v,.ur aristocratic notions are quite
.,. ked, are the v not. oar ..r-orgr:
Is she not prettv-there-sue
'Flopped to care i ar.o- ff Hi
p.lt!(.r Jl)U ,a ,lltt.,j il e oi well H
the s'me is heavy ; and l.er form i 'oi.s outh. and lowly Ally Ray, the
pretty-so nicely proportioned 1 shoemakers daughter and village
The morning hreew ha blown d m n ' M,r.s-re-s. IW Ally! one would
lit.le rebellious cur! ,fffl the ..'mo,, hnve p.ayed that she might
ca.efuUv soon forjr t him but n", her enrlv
-n'nne, ttm-see then. ,,g a, training had strengthened her ir. con"-
r s-, v:iM s ,x. fr,0 under h .;. rtdcr.ee and truth. She had never
n,.t;inil " ,l1t rosv rheek, C:-'g.'. . met tv.th insincerity. B-ought up in
a,,d w, eve. ' Kooiish fellow ! I the quiet village. r little pious soul
suppose you think a shoe-cakeV noier dreamed of change or false -
daughter should be r,arse, rouj. and . lu-od-hers was not a r.au.re to fvi-
l.v .-.:-rr ail e, . s .a
her real n tni'-is as gentle as a town-i
b.ed L-i-Lnnd infln.telv better bred, f.om his Aunt Mary to'.' him of poor
...... . . ... . 1
for kmdnen and lev
her. She is a notable little houae-mear dying v-len she wrote, and Al
woman likewise, for her mother died , U"s imi !e. who lived in i..e ''.ar
some yrais past, and her poor f .ther :
is an invalid. She fike c are of the
httle garden, w hid, produces most ot j
their i,np food and your uncle
sends one of the f .rm men once in a
while to give,
bakes and sews.
She is a notable in
.I,... rioiw little body
And she is not
-;,i,.r,t..rino- the w i.ler
..w...:ir..d bv her neat hand, and mv
irommon drescs are wnnesrs ol ti -
. . . t ' . l -. . i . umii, ii' ifi , i. in i ir ii npcT. n foil 1 1 l- nm no i pr. . . -. . . . . . ... , ... . .
i - j ..... . .,, i p
jy.B jnjusirv nnd excellent workman-i
i, in ,int wav jisnsisliert.t.i-,
, vl, . ..'.in-.' But mut I
' . . .... .,uri..,. Atli- lif.v
r,(,i moil ririe i:. . i it'-. ..... ." i . j i
' ......i, ,,.!., .;,l,m,.r. I'm-U Mill li,' .
ci me to iirinu ' c w....
,.,.,i U,r"s new Sumiav
, ,', from the store'-
, . v ;,nl Ally m ist
"nd Ally m .st
',:, nirklv. '('ovf. Rose." ml
, ' ....pi t..,!.. hearted Mrs. Milts '
the hvely. light hearted Mrs. .... ,
hasterieJ frmn the room, followed by
, h - Uose, who.r.s .he passed
of dor willl ie wait. and
. . . auched outright at thein
prospect of a new Sunday dress - ;derea tnrougn uie torm. , !
The youth leaned against the win-1 1 Jo h.m justice, he . .11 remn.ned
dow long uftur the pretty Alice had unchanged m hi. love for Ally-.t
disappeared-lhensuddenly recallingwns true that he expected tofindherj
hi.tl.ougl.ts. he rang the Ml for a , far d.stant frorr. h.m in point of men-;
servant, ordered his horse, and ahort- talc ture but then he comforted
y after galloped oil on h. rno rning h.mse "ZlZtul '"ud '
nd;- . . . !;;?X Wc
Its c.i. i." . rr
i Two niontlis had rolled by, and
the country (surrounding th? litt'e til
lage of U . was even in-ue
: bemili ul tlian it had been dming te
Milium'!'. A infill frost had touched i
,(,,. (..i,;,, ,;lVj", , j, a ', .;,., ,,,, j
hiie. Gfor.-e Mini v md sweet A!- now the future contained no nntici- j But w e w ill leave our hero and hero
ly R-iv weie viiindertn:iii the wr.o.is putions of a sweet wife, Alice andjineto enjoy their delirium of love,
t'.giifri, Tl.e bov lover -nzed with home, and happines?. His uncle,1 while we explain iu sober language how
lass.or.ate pa.nfs r.ss.n 'he in;,-- who hud been his guardian, was a J the little Ally Ray was thus meiamor
rent f:,re ,:f tlw lot. !v child, while ! bachelor, and resiled'on n larire plan i loosed into the brilliant Mary Morion.
her brioht eve.-i were tlown, that !
le might not see the tears which
di,mra u.eir violet beauty. They
were on the eve of nailing. The
,er ,, j,unrlinn had resolved he
should finish his studtes at a licrman
university, and ears niiphj intervene
ere they fhould'agnin meet possibly
-You must always love mc.deir-!
est. ntuimured the ) outh, 'l.e!ieve (
o r :.lays true in n lewyerrs I j
h:.l I e i;,;iicr f mv own notions, i
thm v ill I return to claim mv little
Alice for mv wife. Remember, mv I
04vn np , (,".,, v,)t ltp,,.. to
Ah! A'i.e, do not
n,. t.i'.t n,.r,nm. witn !
,i I(l..,vhs ..f their reparation wept !
,.it:.r, ,, ,,e .,'.,, her grief, G
. 1 ,. . . :.: .!
:i.Uri.nres ol their happy fu-
to.e. She vwA with sid plca.me
:-t the litilf l...-ke he haj purchased1
at t!ie v.li.T.re wnfhmnker's. &r which
-..nt iir.e.l some of his hair, while he
e,.. - .fm' - d on-liitl cirl in return, and
hpr t ,V,f ,irr t ch,,osc ,,ei,Ikv
. . . .!
ck - tl.e uri was at Its set I ing. I. lid
jiis brilliant ra h-t through the
tie. S. athwart the Terrst path,
.nir golCen light np. n the lovers
was , a beam o. nofe as a type o,
He lelt his country, with sadden-
. . . . . . r
tore w ith the bright ,ye of youil.ful
how riillerctty he and poor Ally .
lie net er ureamea 01
ougni ne Miuatea lownrueacn -
years Whut fvmpathv
years. " !''"'"
oon.h.n could e.H he-;
, or ma .tw
r-n.l rr.mpnn.on.nip n'liu. lit-,
- . , .
l.roi-d might make the now impelii-
The first letter George received
Job Kav Uang..-roii' nine's- lie was
wes'," was to comr on for l.cr in case
of her (tther's death.
-I wou'd edoft he. -mysrlV wrote
jb- kind hearted A,,,t Mary- dear
hnle creature, I am ex-eediiitl v ni-
Inched to her. and 1 would bring her
up us my daughter; my boys already
ho her as n .ier. and v..n. dear
George, would not, I think, object to
hei as n cousin but her father wish
e she should so with her uncle."
Poor George was almost hantic nt
.i ....I .. l..n I,. I J ,
tliv l.r.. a 1 1 u n i.rii i ' v huiii nraiu , ..... , ... . .
frw.iB-1-, Ally's father was dead. ' circle, as one talked of love, and first j f lbrty. A way yonder you see
arid she, por gul, had left with her : and second loves. "A fig for our fe-; the '"mortal old thirteen who achiev
uncie lor her new home in the then i ond loves, there is no such thing 8S ! ed our mdependence; nearer tons
itl iny changes iook puice oerore
George Mu ry retmned Iron. Europe.
Sweet Ann' 3l:i.y
when he viiled B
wis dead and
- 'on hiv r'-t..rr.
; tt ntri- t r..tiri.l manv ih.nni
.- -. - - - .: '
id.ed his gentle, tin i It v wiles t lace
with another spouse a ftatelv, dig-
,,.!.., n.a.den lady he had wooed and
infi. d maiden lady h
brought to cis In me. The village
-i.o mucn mcreas. u. a .arge ,.o e,
hud much increase
had sp.ung up w lie re r atner Joosj
sweet little cottage had stood.-- ,
Scarcely a spot umamed as in those
- ippy mit s wnen ne ana Any wan-
l. T.i ... r
her a suitable companion. But no
Alice was to he found the villagers
had even forgotten her, tind he 'left
'h.; pl.ae wTfiiierp-r, heavier saJ-i
than !n i'.a.I vrnn before. Then
i ,.pe danred merrily before him i
Ulion at the South. He and hw !
nephew were much attached to each
other, and to h;s home did George re -
pair, and so readilv did he fall into
, . , .'rt- t u u
the solitary habitsofhis uncln bach -
e.or lite, tn .i mere seemea i.tt.e pos-:
Sr'nlitv of Ins hnrt ever owning an-
i ' r ... is-.s
other i"ve but who will answer
ven for their own constnncyt
"I wish you w nil i.u. ry. Geo."'
I i i i
S'Uu ms uncie one any ati-r oinner.
They l:.d just arrived in Washing-!
ton," in which plare thev inten'ed j
sM ing a short while during "the s-a-
r. n.vlson'.'" "A sweet little wife." I.is ..m-I
me. clecontinuad,Mruidch-sr up o-ir
forget 'lonely plantotion. I wonder yo
! ha v." -never marrie ! hnsorne,
son.7 "A sweet niite wr;e, Ms im-i
weaM.v. n..thinc to r.rev. nt von."
uwi , J,r ..Vlnsm.l :
,- . . iii anu-iw eniy me iiriniani ui-nc niaii
eorue ntiching, ''you should have,.. . 1 , , , , , , '
, , ,r . Morton would never have been taken
t me the example yourself, why
did you n?ver marry? ,
I should have dine sr. George.':
rej.Uea ! s unci.- :d! y. 'but the on' y
woman I ever tot ed died suddenly on
the eve id our marriage. Heicb"!
had siie livvd I i't -i'd not now be the
I 1 . J ..
loneiy creruire I am. iiu-u ''
friend Morton's thii morning, while 1
vc.o were 1.17.1 v leslin" niter voui i .
joume-u.B ..... r ' 1 '
? ;" ;
."'!.. - - - y- ,
lounge, renoing. w nue mi unugnier, a
ueauMim wucn was siuKin mi juny-
I . I . ' . L : I . ! . -.
ing away merrily to cheer her old ,
mmi., u. ii3u-u u.-.ui.gn . ,
( . , ....... ...... tin ....i .... Imn.....
me. and then 1 it.oupiit .ne would
'-What! Miss Mary Morton?" ei-
, . , . .. ,-. I
claimed t.eo'ge, "why . ';e is t ac-
r luu, . UJ , ,r
IrV'd I cf Wa!..i.gt-.n..
1 1 I a J
eve i v rl.:rf antl lie in noted
for rejeetmg ever one. they .ir . use
. her ol p .sc5s neither nmo.ti-n
nor heart. oung Stanley lNre, me
; fr an hour this morning w.th her
jr e,. charms and accomplish-
George did not find himself so
bored v hen he met with Miss Moi-
.lor.. He found her indeed hcaut.lul
; d nrccn.p.ished, but at the same
- ... , ere was rm Jirjl cor-,
ui.l.y .r, l.e g.i et mg thai nads lm..
. " .
Her bright eve danced most
.ogtmL'.v n Mie. retutnc.i ms
... I. . .. i i . -. ..r..lr....l.a
returned his cere
" "" 1,1
; nr't's L'liitifu'd look .
He was soon her f.tvored atlend
ill. .ii.c im'. . ,iuiiv..fia ci. i.
,-.,.. ..r... l.ii.i ....til
every one pror.oun.e.i u a inaicn.
;.r -e wasi ated w,h(
her, l.ut at tl.e sime time, lelt a keen ,
lemoise for hi, bad faith to Ally, fc i
i - . .t
of dissatisfaction would
- ' ' '
come over lum w hen lie caught him -
"If contrasting this high bred beauti-
mi crcaiure wiiii inc mwo .invi.
"I could never love but once,' said
ihe hllp one eveniniT in a brilliant
rAn.l L.i a " in, I .1,- p,i...I. ,I I,.,
.it i..m 1.1. i ..!: " i.
i ...ir ..i i.
l.l l. '... .-.r II. uv . riur un, .mi sun
she shall krovv that mere can ue :i
i wild, devoted second love." And
he told tier an me nexi mornms as
she was arranging some new fiowers
the ga..: tier had '..rought lor her ti-
George dwelt on
' 11 ;' . . ' , ' .
uescrii.r.i vim iiii.inv Mneeniv eer
..1.11. I. .....I
, , , fll "
"inWed n her br . t ey e ,s he
- , - . -
But whv did vou nor write to
J j!e, low tonesTa .
' d f Swan lid
. ' d k "f ol en wh"re
j'?' eVen Where
neve, received your letters,"
f him, he cozed at her wildly. "George!
George!"' whispered she, as she drew
j (torn her breast the little locket, "and
have you not recognized your little
' Ally f
It was indeed swee! Ally Ray-
"er uncle had become a distinguished
i nl "ch men, " Eldr. oron
,out "'l0 tf'far. ! ?ttVL "l
! tunea, and the habits of sell dependence
; ' ... . ,, i,,i,
. t-he 8trife ,e rf life AUy
, to.. ' i i,.T...; i
ii. arc cjjf uugii. iiiaa-s -h--m v.v-
Ray's name at her christening had been
Mary Alice. Uncle Eldred loved bet
ter to call her Mar? , for the only datigh-
jter he ever had, and who' died iu her
childhuoJ, had been named Mary, after'
Alice s moiner, ins oniy sisier. Many j
forgot at last that Ally was not his
daughter, and the old man wished that)
the world should think her hi child. j
Through his indulgence and care he
l,aJ ver- opportunity of education.-
Keen natural abilities .united to the
wnest desire of luting herselt as an e-
""V"S" a,,, -. . t
V Dr,ue ,or. J.eurhe w".en "T-y s""u'"
accomplished much; and at nvc-
fir tJie mwVi n.ls jilt! A
Life l)aslnaliv chnges, reader.
The following eloquent extract we
! clip from a speech of A. V. Brown,
j. Jeir,ocrntic G ivemor elect of
T--,.- ,n,dl wi..iB canvassini?
-America may hi the last nsvlum
of liberty for the human family. In
almost everv other country the iust
V0 A rJZnZ-rfVh.
i - i . ..
- f, ... , , ,
. . .... - - - - . ............ - - - -
Here liberty has reared her
jfrorite , e She has laid th
f-oriii. iiprt iiiitpriv nam r :i rm n iie
:, - .,.!.,, .r,J Il.rh
"a ,0" HrP ",uc- "ul:
wnrks have been made strong; and
V"-iZ ." "
i it llll IIIC rtu 3 I 'ITU nuti &iiis.ii iit.s
rtllu . . . r r
nirai climi if nffpr ci)rranrfr hut t&'tth
, W wm thminro-
, ,,0PJ a fmer or a nobler
1 Gc u wjlh me in imagina-!
; he moun-
- . nvi.himr
; of .ndTf lihem .i
,p " ' f . . ,l,e Gulf of
; ' - ' heboid In
' ; .
, of of firjt mJl2nitu!e
i ,;n on v.v.r vision and shmmir
. . , i . i a- (
with a bright and do, ions emi'gence.
"Now turn with r.i.: to the West
the mighty West where the setting!
.... . -
liw Hi,e n th western o
ii . 4 ...... .i..,,,!, a fee ing of kindred a silent conn-
l.oo! awav down through . . . . ii ,
... " . .v . r'dencc that bind htm c.osely to its
j , , , p
' the? misty .usance io me snores oi ;
the Pacific, with all its buys, harbors.
Cast your eyes as far
possessions, in latitude
. . . . . . .1 .1 r .
. r t V 1 r.
i "el"re you. now many ii.ag.mu.e..M
iv... ... ,.r. kiMT.., n lh.
' " "" , , ,, .
j ion. nu daug nters oi
- ' ..... i n . . a . . . i . cr. nAur
ItlM .UIIOU .Ul.llb.j. mu.ll
your face to the East, where the
He the t wet ve or n.irr u c r .r ... me
...m k ia n An.brii.'.n ,.nl th.n nlc fill
u.i c nu...!.. .., -
' fn heaven that his lot was cast in
t;.l vision ever rert on such a scene?
.-. - - r
. VT . . irL.n t. .-i.lmi. rtrt fhA Ion nl
Mount l isgaii, looking over on the
promneu lann, g izea noioiinMeuc
i. i i .
i "all so lovely. U, let us tmsuayi
k.. i.atAvr r name we. mnv he called.
vv - j
ie will never surrender one squaie
. acre of this goodly heritage to tl.e
; dictation of anv king or potentate on
! earth. Swear it. swear it. my coun-
- rmlmr What if ih Knol.-h
' 'ion shall begin to growl! What if
shall pre.en.lv fill the air with his
! roar! firmed with right and justice
fy ffar him oUJ 0ur
fors r. os. l.et
Ulim roar-the American eagle, vonr
own bird of liberty, is even liowplu-
- ng her win," for ,h. loftieet flight.
and will soontter bolder nott tho
England's lion ever hetrd.
A DEPOSITE BANK.
"My on," said a gentleman of
the West, i his hopeful boy, Mmy
son, I have shipped th bagging and
rope we were talking of to New Or
leans, and 1 cannot leave here; you
g- down to the city, make the beat
bargain you can for its sale, deposit
the proceeds to my credit in one of
the city banks, and come home.
The 'hopeful," aecording to di--rection,
"s!oped"for the city, arrived
in advance of the cotton bagging,
borrowed a hundred dollars on the
bill of lading, and commenced a
"spludee." In the mean time the
"truck" was sold, and the proceed
duly deposited in a city hank.
A month or more after the old man
1 ii, ii i .1 . in : .
rauea up ms Doy, ana .e louowing
'William, the bagging you sold.
. Which b;
uepoaited in one ol in city
Which bank, my son, did you de-
Posit it in? I wish to draw for the
? I wish to draw for
take up the mortgage.
mv . ,
.1 r.,rrrt lit nam at thi BUimniL1
The old gentleman went to hat
desk, took up a "Picayune," turned
to the Bank note Detector, and asked
if ihe money waa deposited in the.
In the Citizen's?
Perhaps it was in the Canal f
Thn it must hare been in the
Merchant's,' said the old man, with
Then it was certainly the Union T
What bank was it, thenf thun
dered the old man what did the
name sound likef
Why,' said the young hopeful,!
think it was a bank'with a Scripture
name, ah; ve I remember, it was the
The Rctirino Editor. Forney,
in his vsledictory, in retiring from
the Lancaster Journal says:
.There is probably no scene in
life which is a more varied scene of
care and pleasure than that of the ed
itor of a public print. He is the tar
get for many a poisoned arrow he
is the object, and ofren the victim of
many an unmaaly spite he is often
coldly and ungraciously treated by
those he his served, (though the last
l . 1. .. ...... . A -...ail),.
mas not uern my u.i?ci . c i, uu. . i
' . . ...
"'" , "B " , ' " ' ' '' . "T.
established between himself and his
newsoaiier, a a uegiec u. uncuuu
.r 8 .
.i ..r r..:.
fortunes, and awaken in him an inde
scribable interest in its welfare.
Such, at least, is my experience of
editorial life. Although there are
r- U I, l.,,J .trnrnrl...
I ICW niivssvw aw wis. v
-,D-rienced the bit-
. r-. .
: ter temnests of political rancor, yet
j lhere a somelhing in the long inter-
course between myself and this pa
per something in the fact that for
nearly nine years I have been holding
converse with its readers that
brightens the memory of the past,
and obliterates all other and unpleas
of the Ethiopian err
i n-.! -. . .1 1, nirrrr rl I T It Mm if t
; cu.i.i . ..., . - -
! war un in the clouds between two
j tie angeU were pounn' down lessee
i n... n. T
A regular backwoodsman of Ya
zoo swamp was asked how old he
was. Whv, stranger,' said he, !
! can't edi.icilv s.y; but. wien thie
e f ' I
.cniuiry wn miw.nru ,
a rigni imau cnuna oi a cud:
Vermont produces 3,000,000 pounds
of maple sugar annually.
Thanksgiving in Maine is to be on the
4th of December.
EurtsiST, A young lady h
was engaged ! be marrit .1, at Hndaon,
New York, recently rat. away with an
other lover, much to the ate-ni)nai
' eftke intended bridsjrecir..