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TSE JASPER WEEKLY COURIER.
vol. i JASPEn, INDIANA, FBIDAT, JULY 1858. NO. 17 rUDLISIILIi Kl 'KT r Kl OA Fi AT )AlLti, HUMUS 1 OLBTV, INDIANA, KV MEHRINÜE i, DOANE & SMITH. The Reason for Refusal .r . 1,'i.m i. r.. . .... .ii i . . ' utnuu-i-wi. ntu wf niAiN v Boss aki siivcr-Keyeu octaves, and the music, "the RIa; n.nam. Stkkkt. jsoulof beauty," gushed forth responsive to our loiii h. il s. I.....I .... ...i . " " I " .V.....VM Mlül U W I Kit, II Sweeter far in Heaven. i. ... . , . " "Pr P'u "I iwn Hundred and sixty- .tthep.ano.brcaibingaaongof beauty and seventh visit to Mi. Clarissa Cooler the joy; and as our linvcr elided irentlv uo the mhor . , - a- ivuim nee in me rocner. alone in the parlor; stole bis arm around her alabaatcr neck and sinpd (he nectar of in thin Kor .I....... i; . ... .. TKKMS-ST RICTLY IN A I) V'A N('K j !ttI.U .rU. coul.l th,r. be he.n Ke..?..! JV"'" ....... lbuiiiuoriut; nicy nau come Verse fer the Year 1900. Tell John to act the kettle ou. I want to take a drive I only want to go to Hone, And sIib.I1 be back at five: Tell cook to dicaa those humming bird I shot in Mexico, -Kil l liTI I l. Early Wheat. Wc pil.iMi.-ii, nie time airo. a aragraph from the Uichinotid Wim Single. Subscri, tion, for u(ly N.,h., Fur six montli , C I ... Ilt'.'iv lw mtx I...,., uJ MTÜc it r r wn ,0'n dement, and were generally rc- 1 00 I he I..I echo had died sway , the distance, ported to be on the rosd to mammon v. Us, BAT, or auvlkt.s.no. " TmT, .TT"'' 0Ur Cy f t0ok ,l ' 11 I rcntly, to lFor.qu.roof IU l.neaorlcsa.l week, 1 00.' T , b 'Ck8 mlin judge from the l.ssiludc ol her attitude in fcacl, suuscqucu I insertion, fl cU. . luu",l"a,ltc "rc a i,o chair, l.er lazy ose of her fan an. I her They've nw been killed at least t wo d.ys.'n relation to the early matttritv of a 1 '00n b' UH " ou the fan,, of Longer adven foments, at same rale. A 1 " , wc "ad "cvcr 'et , exclamation of something between a koiffh fraction over ev- in square or pauares. n...r.i.,l oelore, oul lie whimpered aofllv. while a Un n...l ... . ..... . ,- ., , . r .... . - - -uiu. . uii.iiion in ices were M a square. 1 J.ese ,re the terms fr t rasii-. beauty wreathed Iii colorlca lips, I disposed of. Then follow cd a hi k,kV. Ment advertiacn :cnt; a reason able oVdue. uVob uiA wjiik. . , , .r " . . 1 ,0,l0cu a "Htncc broken ...,n will be mad e to regal.r a-lv.'r'iVr, 1,, - " ! " b! ' f" ,nn, Mf 1,pPP 'rping at the mu.qui NoticeH of ap ointment f adnrtniatratwai f U'-' hOW l,,"c few ri""Plc wurt,;oca, and Miss Clarissa fanning bcr-ell uu mmi eSsl not.c M t.f hko charact-r to be,,,an,fed current of our thouylits; sn.l.cessingly. At length I'oppa proi.osed a !iail fur in ndva tr. when, in unnl. ..( .......... - i. . ! . . . . ANNol.'lilNii rANMDATrs. l'"or Town. -hip . iflices, each, 'Vor t'liuiny ti'or District, Ci'tuit, or State, Live for Something;. Live for some dung; be not idle Look about ihe for employ; Hn not liuwn tu use'exa dreaming Labor is the sweetest joy. f-'olded hands are ever weary, Hefflsti hear Is are never gay, Life for thee hslh many datlrs Active be, 'tita, while you may. Scatter blessings in thy pathway; Gealle wo ds and cheering smiles - Better arc ih ui gold or bilver, With their riel dixpelling wiles. A il.e .. i n lit aunaliiite fallelh Kv-r un the grateful esrth, S Ic. symp ' i and kindneas CladUen well the darkened hesrth. Hearts there are oppressed and weary; lrp the tear ul sympathy, 'Whisker wordu of hope and comfort, Ulfe and i lay reward shall be 'Joy tuMo thy ml retu ning Krem thuperleet fountain bead, Freely, au tht.o Ireely givest, SUII ihe grateful light be shed. How to be Useful. A teacher wan once talking to hi class about this very hard thing. The boys tiooked and wood' rsd, and all seemed as if they thought him quite mistaken in telling t hem that they could be of any use. Well," he said, "only try." "Ilul (tow shall we try, teacher?" spoke -if the comforts of our holy religion, both, adilinc 1 im J "'Red ua to conccratc our life, our let. ' "1 to stay at home, for I have aomc y,t)(i enta, our all, to the service of our Maker, ''hig particular to tell you." 6'" we thought no sacrifice loo great, if, Ukej "Indeed!" said 1'opps; "what is it dear!" him, we too might ace unfolding before our, "Vou expect our wedding to lake place in spirits vi-ioti the glories of ihe Ctleitial I rec weeks don't you!" City, j "To be sure I do." Weeks fled, and that old man, wearied ol "Well I an, anrry to i?isappint you; bu' ear h, folded Iiis thin arms and went to sleep I niusl do it. 1 cannot umrry " They laid him to rest, away in the church i "üood heavens! Clarissa, what are yon yard; but wc know Mi t tbrrc was but the laying V casket thai the fffrit, no longer fettered,! "Don't interrupt me. I mean I can', was backing in the sunlight of I he Saviour's' arry you juat yet a while not (or sonn simle; and that his voice, no longer tremu h.u, mingled in the oiitlimis of the "just made lerfect." And when at twiliiht iiioutha to come." 'Why, Clarissa, what's the meaning of all this! Vou gave your positive promise, And Tom, tske y the gold leaf wings, And start for Spain at three I want some Seville oranges, 'Tw ixt dinner time and te; Fly round by France and bring a new Perpetual rnoiiuu gun, sVanofrow with some frieudi I go A hunting in the sua. The trip 1 took Ihe other day, To breakfast in the noon, Thanks to my ljrd llellsir, for he Spoiled my new balloon; For, steering ihroegh the milky way, lie ran sgsinst a star; And turning round agaiu too soon, Came jolt against my car. But Tom must get the car repaired. And then let Dan and Dick I flate with ten square miles of gan, I mean to travel quick; My steam i mrely up by now Put the high pressure en, Cive me the breath bug for the way All right hey whiz-I'm gUt liaa. H. IJon-hton, Emi of Ihecoaa tv of K-srx. The (ircuiustancis ol the case are thcae: Several year an, Mr. I - !, n lotm.l in big Ml of wheat fotir Ina U that hal rijKtiod some filleen day oartaW than the rvtiiaimlor of hiscn. He preserved the rain and twed it, and has contiuuoil rc-eowing it even- vear. until his crop comes in. this tr. at least a month earlier than m ial. lie has been applied to from time to time to sell portions of it U in' onered from four to ten dollar N huKhai for it Luit lie haa.rvfust.-d to -ell ati v until he could make his entire ro. from this early variety. This he has aee4uplielied this year, ami he is selling this xvd now at tivo dollars a hijrilll. Da hant- t.-i his AvaT Lizzie's t 'mi. jinr Wbv. vesce. ...I . .... u I.....S ........ SiT . i wnen my mau come a courtin me, lidn i , ormv huh; anzv, ami It IS nw ill i.n... .... t .i - - ... .. ..' i . .j i . . .. vui c uicumc s song oi "ui.ien tinic. ymi saiu Homing stoou tu me way. I am beautiful, indeed, Ihre ugh the vista of the 'all ready and worried with wailing. Why past, cornea the rcmemberuiice of those joy. do you pul it off", dear!" inspiring words, 'Twill bo sweeter far in! "That y-u will have to excuse my telline heaven!" you; TiikTi i oi,y or lokgeitt. Kvcrv man '"'""S"1 mailer we-and my mind is. s born will, a certain stock of vitality, which UP WiH 1,1,1 "ti'fJr I-" cannol be increased, but msy be husbanded. ' I'opM nwscd awhile. Clarissa kept her With this stock he uiav live fast orslow-f,n Finally Popps epoke mav live extensively or "A o, Clarissa, it won't aalisfy me. Vou. drsw his Isatla amount of lilr over a Urge' PtPne our wedding, and refuse to tell rue space, or narrow t into a concentrated one;Iwh'- ,f you bate a reatea for it y on ought but when Ua stock is exhausted, he haa no!10 ,e! mc know h ,nd mJ be wo1' "l more, lie who livce extensively who18 'y me- nil I wou t be saiiahcd wifhotn drinks pure water, avoida inflammatory di-;,hC rc,9wl-" scaaes, exercises aufficiently, but not too Is 1 " Wel, ,hcn- fou win h" ,0 "main un borlously, indulers no exhaustinc passion i"1'"111- ' toll you I have a reason, and a feeda on no exciting material, pursuea no 8ood one what more do you want!" debilial nir pleasures, avoids all laborious 1 ce "ow ,l vc J too the I aat thought w hat he was alter not I Jobie came to our house one night after dark and rapped at the doof. I opened i, and sure euough there waa Jobie. 'Come in,' sea I; 'take a cheer.' 'No no, L'.zic.' acz he, 'I have come on an arrant, and I always do my arrant- fut ' . is . i ft ft -. a . s 'flo, I can't. The fset is, Lizzie, I have come on this 'ere eoartin' buineas. My wife's been dead these three weeks, and everything's been goiu' to rack aad tain ! right ohm" Now, Lixzic. if vou arc araind to have me, and take kcer of the house and my children, and my thing-, tell m and 111 eon, in and lake a cheer; if not I'll get some one else to. Why I waa skca-cd aadaaid 'If you have come on this courtin business. come in, I must thiuk'on it a leelle.' No, I can'l till I know. That's Bay ar the market. The advantages of hav. inj variety of wheat that matures t nil v are apparent to all. Al a of the accidents and casualties tSat hetall the wheat crop overtake it late io the sea n. bo that a kind that rifiens early, it aptears to ns, wuld li very desira Lie. The w heat, Lesidea U-in- hat vt'Ktcl so son in lite season, ia, we iinderstaud, of excellent pialiiv Lynch hurt a v irirmiati. mi www .'inii ii j, icvviivi . mimiii ijj pnuaui in, avuiua nil muuiiu.- - i . . 1, I ill Oh, that I cannot tell you; for depend up- d protracted at udy, preserves, n easy m,ml,;lüne. ' e iron waa he;I" 1 can 1 "l üm" UU " ,rraht " do goad, you will find out some way youraelvos." They atill looked rather unbelieving. see," he said, "you cannot quite make 'one.' 'I should like to think on it a day or two. 'Now you needn't Lizzie ' Well, Jobie, il I must I must, eo here's to ye. on it, ray boys, it you are really desirouB to'and thua husbands his quantum of vitali-011 fe tired of me, and wish to get rid ol for ty will live considerable longer than he 'uc' weu.it mat is your w. at,, go ahead. " otherwise would do, because he lives alow; "Mr- 1 "PP"' Jou'rc dunce you're a while he, on the other baud, who livea intcu-j r' sively-wl;o beverages dims. If on liquors' "Maybe I am. and maybe I ain't sai.1 il oul; but I will tell you what to do. Keepnd wines, expoaes l.imfHf to i nil mam lory PoW r,h in ilU H" temper, "but this I'll your eyca open, aad your hands ready, all) "ei. or cause a tlut produce thein,laborBna" 7" u - ""7 wcnl af,cr tjic squirc ao IP married u- this weok and vou ahall tell me. when uceyoud his strength, lisils excilinc scenes.iy0" Pu-ll" the wedding lor a few montha,.. ff ,. . .... meet net Sunday, if you have not managed !nd indulges exhausting passions, livea on X0" ""V Pu?onc h forever, ao lar ax 1 i rery jfht tell you what il is these long -to ! useful in aomewsy or other." stimulating and highly seasoned food-ia sw s-, v., i .. co)r,M dotjl ,moun, uj nothing at all They II promised, and went home quite j way a debiliatcd by bia pleasures 8o Mr. W- cam" in. Then he full of il. The week paused away, the Sun day came; there were the boys, all in their places, smiling and full of eagernesa. "A h," -Haid the teacher, a he sat down,"l.,flurB g A HirALUTia Ministfu.-The Rev. Dr Cumming, of London, is noted for his flow ery and far-fetched verbiage in his pulpit .1.., i i... i , ... : 1 1 1 TT ""'jJuat as well do it in a hurry never sei ioui in ajrain: "Well, then you'd better go." "Very well. Good night, Wm Cooler." Popps reached the door. Clarissa followed . . ... n ! m , i. m r.. 1 1 I . m. m. .. I , 8 r. iliim. and seeing that he was in earnest cried Psalm xxiii.. aa an illustration ol . . Thcv all wanted la .ne.k at once: but1.... .. ... ... ,:. -ss,-. I10 ,,,,H 10 O'-X- 'PP" came DftCK. lansss i w .tiiu uuvujT io eraiiuiitMiiipiict : "mjvuj ib hit t . I i ... . a . m. .1 a. . ft . . s . . i . see you nave aomeuung to ten me nuwr- ,nlion of m illustration ol I a ... . . "Vo. w.,ut hri.i i.. a.m or.h.r .1 lUkr.1 . . T '. .. ... P ner Head on ins si.ou lücr and cried pnsirr i ausu noi uc indigent, lie makeili ,. . n . , ginolng." The. one boy told how he l,.d;mc rccUMlt ,e vctiüt hc cjmJ. PoPJJ -Topp, .poke flr. thoughtaf going to the well lor a bucket of',,, me beside the unripp.iquidities; be re- tTk.n h.e.nd water every morning, ,o save his mother Ihe my fpiriu, .Tconducteth me in J?t n t ZZ Z0" n tune and trouble, and how plea.ed she had',, .fcnucof Prcc(ituJc for lhe ccIebrity JSTLJl T, "T been wkh him, and how heartily ahc hd , anBplllltinn :for putting off our marnage-but I cannot, ih.nkedi.im ..I ho., h. Lk Ppcll-Hons. Unqueationabic, though L , ,U1 nol lc you what il i. Oh.dearMr. m.nked him, and how he meant to keep it up I perambulate the glen of th 2 umbrages of the ,,linn. j , ' ,,,. k . " .., A seesnd .aid that he hu.l h.c.1 in 10 read! , , . , . . .,, . l'uppa, do excuae mc!" and ehe cried a luilc ae.nu .am mat m iiuii uicu 11, to read ,Cpuchrai dormiloriea, 1 will not be pcr-l " a chapter in ilia Htblo every day to the poor,urbcd by .pp.n.j.g cataairophiea, fer Thou old woman next door, whoso eyes had grown m prcgcnt. j ,y wtd Bd ,hy crook ia too dim to read it lor hrraclf. ainu.le delectation. Thou spreadest a re- Another had been going about the street fcclio heforo me in the midst of inimical wondering what he could do, when a gen-' crilUlioBi. Tl0U pcrfUmeitmy locks with t'eman called him to hold bia hora-, ii'odorlferoua ungenta; my chalice exuberatea. aiturward gave him lour cents. And I Indubitably, benignity and comuiisscratiou ougu ,1, icactier, tor tno nusuonary ,ht 00aaeä aaaao aall the diurnity of my vitality WW. Almost all bad something, and all had leund out the truth of that word rar. Happiness, it haa been finely observ ed, ia in proportion to the number of things love, and lhe number of thing, that love ua. lO"Vou need a little sun and air,' said a and the will eternalize my babilauce within nelmpolia of nature. One ol the most singular things in the world, is how men eome to chew tebacco more "Well Clarissa, tell me this do you put it off to picas your father, or any of your Lrel.tions!" "No they know nothing of my determi nation." "Do you put it off on arceunt of any thing concerning nie? Or do you want to go any- ' w here, or do anything particular that will keep you from marrying!" "No." "In God's name, then Clarissa, what do you want! Why keep mein thia .uwpenae1" CocKiosim. A plate of butter from the cream of a joke. A small quantity of tar, supposed to have been left where the Israelitce pitched than ten;. The orginal brush uecd in painting the "signa of the times." A bucket of water from "AIP well." A piece of soap v ith which a man was waxhed overboard. iaAv r rsrvT Tina. Wc lsave ften heard the practice recotuiuciidol of driving nails into decaying fruit trees to restore their rigor, ttut we have never seen the result set forth strikingly as in the following from the Hit hern Han ten A singular fact, and one worthy of 1 eing recorded, was mentioned to us a few days since try Mr. Alexander I hike, of A 1 U rnarle. He stated that whiUt on a visit to a ncighlser, bis at tention was called to a large peach or ehsrd. every tree in which had hcen t da'ly destroyed hy the ravages of the wens, with the exception of three, ami these were the most thrifty ami flourishing peach trees he ever saw. The only cause of their snperiority known to his host was an ixrimcnt made in conscrpiencc of ol serving that those jart8 of the worm eaten tiiuKr into which nails had hcen driven were generally sound. When his trees were Uliont a year old hc had selected three of them, and driven a ten jnny nail through the licdy. as near the ground aa possible; whilst the lsalancc of fats rs.i a . a ft .a bfvibssww. mm sspw sov aalftlVA VI ll The strap which is used to aharpen the ' ... . - . water a edge v.,,... .. .wuimiM miui mu u.hh- The lead-pencil with which Dritiania J entirely to the ravages of ruled th waves. the worms, those three, selected at ran- A portion of yeast used ia raising the u 0111 and treated precisely in the same manner, with the exception of the wind. A dime loin the moon when she gave change from the last quar er. The saucer belonging to the cup of sor row. nailing, had always lteen rigorous and healthy, furnishing him at that very period with the greatest profusion of 03" An administrator on the estate of a mo1 luscious fruit. It is snpiosed deceased female, in New Hampshire, adver- t hat the salt of iron afforded hv the Ii for aalc at auction, "Th wearing ap. nail is offensive to the worm, whilst it parol of l!r. C E , deceased, coni ting I ja ianne8s0r perUps even beneficial of one bed, two carriages, and one aleigh." t 1 t Law am) (in am mar. When a Kentucky to the tree. A chemical writer upon the subject spoils your breath, mouth, and shift boaom, but it conlaina a "pixen," deadly aa that ven ded by a rattlesnake; and yet i spite of all thia there arc neonlo who nrcfer it nnt nnlv phyician to a maiden patient. Ii I do,''te guano but to nectar, and actually roll il WMth cut rcp'y, 'I'll wait till I get mar-under their tonguca as sweet moracl. It i. not only dirty and disagreeable, ol..' .. ...cd bya.W.: The Oxydation or rusting of the not, indeed I cannot." "Juat as you please, Miss Cooler." Topps again picked up his bat. "Oh, Mr. Popps, pray do not go." 'Then tell me the obstacle, Clarissa." Popps waa evidently determined. Clarissa ,n acme atrangc ruling, "U 'irin ,y thc Mp eroJrc( nttKnia, honor!" he replied, "If the . . . ., . ... - r. ' .... which, as the sap rises, will of courso attorney, upon thai law. vour ! j.j. t . 1 which, as me aai t inirt nrwleratand hum II. ind mUm lltiitita. she do, it are." impregnate every irt of Use Miag and pro too severe a dse fr I ho ricd.' OCT doa't believe it's any use, this vac cinatioa,' said a Yaakeo. I had n ehild vaccinated, and hc fell out ol the wlSftVf n waca siicr aua got fciiie.i" j.aji mbarro." Some men have no idea of anv bliss moro : strange agit , via auiiui Wl.ll VI. III 'J'- II I II , ..! , iw 1 1 1 ear mine . . . . . . pui ner nraa on nis si.ouiaer, laooring umicr (roIn a m8 ib,0wif his wife over a bridae' I""3 w ''" - iTai .eng";:;,eTro.iheU c " in lbc oud tba tber writer rSjtn.ei.1 dnvtng half a fearful words : Pilcft her in tbe water. Otiten nails ltit thetrutiK. be vera! OCrHow does a pitcher of water differ .... . , . ,. m a man throwing hi. wife over a bridge' i,,,oaU; l,at Itwding msec's exquisite. bed waa aaked what be supposed Heaven iwaa fence in with. With an rye full of "Thk wkstheu il tho h.t!" Popps willed. Win 11 our sprite h it he ittiftns (4 ih-.Wn4' hdi,f hope, and exnectnnry, he r.rjaiiuel, "Pig-jwaa advocating a Irin to ibu Alleghany , ,JfcU8C ,,ü uws lb pladje, bat cannot j Mountains. jalwaya k,cp it. ont randie (4 fiuit tie., have re sulted bacxxSaiSuIlT.