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COllllER. VOL. I. JASPER, INDIANA. FRIDAY. AUGÜ8? 6. 1858. NO. 33 FUBUSNSb BVBBV fiLAf . AT JC. DUBOIS COVSTV, ISDIABA, IT MEHRIHGER, OOANS ft SMITH. OFFICE - CoBNfti op Main Caose Mcioii Rtrkkt. TURMS- STRICTLY IN ADVA MCE : Singt Pt:briptioii, fur fifty Not., 61 0" For si months, 1 00 RATH OP AlMEBTtSISS. For square uf 10 Jinee or 1,-ea, 1 u eek, pt 00. Etch aubaequent insertion, 20 eis. Longer sdvertlsenients, at same rste. A fraction iwot even square or rqusres, counted a a square. '1 heso are f h term fr trän irn' adeertiaementa; maouable dednc- IIVK Will H M.W 1" t . i. V . - ai... ..t -d..,i,...ir.ior 1.. ..ill hi I. i.. ..-ill if A v ri ii,r . nd legal notice- uf like character to be . m.T - VII ... .... . aid for to advance. ABBOVKCINO CABl'IDATIIS. Kor Tnwnehip i me.ee, each, 1,00 For County " " 2.00 Fur Dialrict, Circuit, or Stale, 5,00 Poetical Scheme of Emigration. The Rrewera hould to Malta go, The Boobies all o Si illy, The Quakers to the Friendly Ides, The Furriers to Chili. 11m little snsrli' y, caroling buhe, That break our niyhtly real. Should be pankedofjto Baby-lwii, To Lap-land or to Brest. F.-om Spit-head Cooks go o'er to Greece, And while the Miser waits His passage to lbs Guine coast, Spendthrifts are in the Straits. Ssynstera ahould to the Needles go, Winr-bibbers tu Burgundy, G lurmaniU should lunch ai Sandwich Isles Waf a at lb Bay of Funday. Bachelor to the United Flairs, Maids to the Isle or Man, Let Gardeners go to Botany Say, And ahoeblack to Japan. Mrs. Pa sti setae end knees,' said Ike, describing a eewetip to Mrs. Partington, eed be fcaatanVee at wee lougishly. vl'hst is that Isaac!' fid the old lady, looking up from a profound contemplation i t su old almanac. She bad not caught all the remark. She has breeetworka and kneec,' repeated Ike, sniliug. Breast work end knees'' ssld Mrs. Psrt iritfinn Impressively, with s face that had s wbols moral code written upon it. I caw returned ha, 'and put my hand on 'em.' Well.' ssid - he, ratsing her flugrr like a uida oust. vuu Bauet t.evsr lot me hear s--" r - audi a thing from you again. Huth ehaoic loss cendut't Is without s parable in una so young as you, and I am aim. at ready to br lievt la all ikey asy ot the moral lurpeniiue ul yjulb.' Shs loosed anaiuaaly at Ike, who waa sit ting an hia Isgs and rovkiog to end fro. t Is ths new ship I wse talking abtu1 .' said b1, unnniiig m her mistak. Ohl' said the, 'wse that alll Well the lesswii may be Ui4 In your mind UU you need U.' Vav Karku:ir--A p.-nr w unsn wsr-i to a eminent but wentric eurgeuti, in in quire bt hbs the proper trelmei l far w v aura kind of bodily wound- "Put on a SalBEll'," waa thf auswar "A afbut.dwttr, ii1 iura rHMl oMId." i hen put un a kiun.!asw TIib pogr woman wem aaay bdut as ui-t a thf simti HJT An rachsnf te!s of an editor who u t m soU'ienng and waa chosen, captsin us duy at pafads, instead of giving ths Uritfffi "FrPtli flft,"ss peesa furward," wttltilllWll "Qit dollars a yaar. i WTA gefttlamm basing peen asked, pa his, return fron a parly (hs ulhsr availing, lllf'bf M ftfl tHt A-i I m rCfWJ hsjt fee had aeep a uou dvi f imS Uf Ike "WW Mmm W f o Mtl buss: WWW lUfffc eflWM W s daady husbund tu s met hauie Thus emigrate and misplaced men 'No, Will then sJsmgee vea ns. a saloons, nan nirr en mi a awee' r -ucic -She baa tMeatmes some eteke, sad The Honost Boy. or the Shilling and the Quwiea. Few readers can be aware, until they have , Sometime ago the Duke of Buccleugh, , bid occaeion to tet the fact, how much la-1 in one of hia walk', purchased a cow frum ! bur Is often saved by auch a table ea the fol a perann in the neighborhood of Dalkeith, lowingthe work of one now in the grave, ttnd left orders to aend it to hia palace the If 'hieiorjr i poetry.' aa one who it a true, following morning; according to agreement j the cow waa eent, and the Duke happened to be in dishabille, and walking in ibe ave nue espied a little fellow ineffectually at. tempting to drive the anittr I forward to ita destination. The buy, not knowing the Puke, bawled out to him: Tlimum, come her an' gie's s ban' wi' tbia b?ait.' The Duke saw Ibo miatake, and deter, mined on haviag a j ke with the little lei- , , . loi preiendmg, therefore, not to under - - ... vi.uu nun, pi 1u.o quiRcu VII riy. ijr, i DC j boy atll craving hia assistance, at Uat he criea in a tone of apparent distresa; linn i m f... iii.ua lu i u ..i .... . i . . i 11. n 'Come here, mun, an' help u, in' at iure aa any l hing I'll give you half 1 gei!' This laat solicitsiion had the desired ef feet. The Duhe went and lent a helpirg. band. 'And now,' said the Duke as they Irulged i slong, 'bow much do you think ye'll get for 'this Job' Oh, dinna ken,' said the boy, -hu' I'm aurs of something, for ths folk up at the. houae are good to a bodies.' Aa they apfroached the house the Duke' darted from the boy and entered by a differ ent way. He called a servant and put a, sovereign into bia hand, taying, 'Give that to the boy that has brought the cow. The Duke returned to the venu:, and waa soon repiued by the boy. 'Well, how much did you get!' ssked the Duke. aa' there's the'' A chilling,' seid the boy, half ot it t' ye.' 'But you surely got store than s shilling,' said the Duke. said the boy lab the utmost esrn-! aa aure'a death that 'a a' 1 tfjt-an not think it's a Tue boy eoneeated-bsck they went; the Duke rsng ths boll, and ordered all tbsser- vanta to be aeaembh d. MMiaausaiB - - . wiaaw awwanMBBvon wm mieu mwcw d fsj ÄsJbWtbIB BMjÄ' eeekeear votawn I thak Ävou'osre eVtel Ümm ftUeVtesa 4 iktPWyaei 7 V 'ma mui m Now,' said the Duke to the boy.'polot me Orients! tyrants. It is that which moat ef- w;de, ,nd ia order that all might contribute out the person thst gsva you the shilling.' tsetoally lamas animals. Mr. Aatley, tbet0 I, It was sgieed that each should bring a 'It was that cbsp tbers wi h lbs apron,' i Circes insnsgsr, wlnm be hsd a rcfrscloryott'ii of wins, and pour it Into the reoep oolntincto the budsr. :orse, 'waya need thirat as the most efiVe-jtaele. The Rabll received with grstitode Ths dslmqusnl confessed, fell on his knees, sad attempted sn apology; but the Ouko interrupted him, indignantly ordsred him to give the boy tho sovereign, and quit his service Instantly 'You have lost,1 said tbs Duks, 'your mo tuseeieprairc imprisonment " jaiij, mougni w.ai a menus i waw wu.y ney, your sltoatiun, and your charautir, by j and rorty.aia mso laths Black Hole st Osl-(PW. unpereslved in the quantity of elae. ywar eovctuusnsm; lasrn, henceforth, that icatta.piaekwno.ra Msgasln. Unhappily each had hs same Idea, honesty Is the best policy.' j The Kmliah orown hssdeseended In fry To euro a pain In lbs breast are The boy by this tints reeognlad his sb-)M, ub'oken line from Egbert to Victoria. eurv , welLmsde esllco er delates drees. alatatit in ths person ef the Duke, and IhoiThe Freueh have bad four separate dynas nuke wss so delighted with the sterling worth and htnssty of the boy, that bs or dured him to bo ssnt to school, kstit there sad provided at bis own eapenss. Tis Little Dimuultisa of 1868 The dimoulty between Kugland aud Franse, The difficulty between Kxg Isnd and the epoys, The war o Englaud and rrauce afiinoi China The djifrleulty Hh the Hepubhe ns in Franse, The dimsuhj bctwssa FraaM end. Sar dinia, The diflsulty between Denmark and the German Hialea. The dimsuhy of the Dnuuin Friaeifah- tiro. Tho dimoulty bstween Rusaia and ChibS Thsdimculty b, t wean Spam and Ths ! war in hfeijica. ThO 0H wor in Venrjuela. The civil sjssf in Pom. Ths civil wsr in 'ystan. Tho standing difBcuhioa in Csntsal Ame rica. The difficulty bateosa Rraail od Per- The difficulty betwssn the United thatee and Spsin Tf Huriuoo difpulty i Mwf4 Hilf The d.ftvuhy m iba Uiuud .Slalea. Historical poet himself forcibly remark, then here is poetry personified: 160? Virginia fi-st aettled by the Eog'iah 1414 New York flret aeitled by the Dutch n. aa I . . . I 1 t m . lowi ojaaaacnuawiia aemea oy rumens 1624 New Jersey aettled by the Dutch. 1627 Delaware aettled by Swedes sod Fins. 1635 Maryland settled by Iriab Catholics. 1635 Connecticut settled by Roger Wil liam ' 1650 Xorth Carolina settled by English. 1670 South Cjrulinr settled by Huge ..I. 1682 Pennsylvania settled by Wm Penn 168 t Georgia settled by Gen Oglethrope. 1791 Vermont sdmittsd into thf Union. 1793 Kentucky admitted iuto the Union, 17.6 Tennessee admitted in'o ths Union. 1805 Ohio admitted Into ths Union. IS II L'juisisns admitted Into the Union, lblii Indians sdmittsd in'o the Union. 1819 Missis. ippi admitted lato the Uuion. 18)8 Illinois admitted into the Uuion. 1819 Alibsma admitted into the Uuion. 1820 Maine sdmitted into the Uni n. 1821 Missouri sdmitted iniothe Union. 1836 Michigan sdmitted into the Union. 1836 Arkansas admitted into the Union. 1845 Florida admitted into the Union. . 1845 Texas admitted into the Union. 1846 Iowa admitted into the Ui ion. 1848 VViacoriMii admitted into the Urn n I860 California admitted into the Union. 1858 Minneaota admitted into the Union. TnissT Wusse thas ilt'KOiB That dia- rbanee of the general system whieh is known ender the nana of Haging Tlurat, la far more terrible than that of starvation, and for ih is reason: During abstinence Irom iooi, the orgauism can atill lire upon its own substance, whicn luruwnea an mc neceasory J i . a a av a mm s a 1 materia.; am, earing aoauneoce irom iiouia, of eenedf iweebe, bet three days bf absolute prlfiTTbnt04 krved by all. To (of drink (unless ia a motet atmosphere) is Prheps toe limit ot snaureace. imrsi is like oal strocious torture cvsr Invsated by tlvs power or coercion, fivinf um wiw a . 'A - m A A I as the rewaru toe every aci or ooeoience. The hlstoriea of shipwrecks psint fesrful pie turre of the suffsriage endured from thirst aud one of the most appalling cases known is I -a a ... J I I . . i 1 bka.sklaajaJ ,,M , uit as me period; the Merovingian, Carlavingian, Capotain, and Bourbon, bunco tbo erginiaation of the present guvernmeui of the United tita-oa the French have passed suoceaalvsly under flhsrn forms of govern most i ia I7s Louie .WI was on tho throne, ia J7W WO äad (bo 8istes General, which gave place in the asms peer to the Conetitu enl A-. cm ply; In Wi the National Cos verities i hi I1l the Reign of Terror; in 1TM the Directory; ia HÖ8 tho Consulate; in ItOdlho Kmpiret in 1014 tho monarchy restorsd; in 1810 the nignlug family over- .a A .ft ai mmxA Ina m a. i n ri . . mrownanu tap srowRiraiiiisw.jt- t..-w. i- aavaatsa. uM.i.i..l ll..rn. "TTTS .Z '."HL: IT meni a- - -r-- TT2 flsd Republic; la tue empire Unoiviusan Patibbtb In ISftO, when Ike cholera broke out among ths Bhawneee, in what ia now Eaatern Kanase, they called upee Pf FfSUOis Barker, a Baptiat mission ary for medissl attendance. He roSe to their relief. Sfteen wiles, on a dark, stormy Bight, ad administered to them, without re turning home until Ikey were out af dan- at. On their reeoverv, the women and children of the settlement came in a body, lun borssback. to get pay fur taking bia medi- eines' I lie who tbiakeoo man above him but for bio virtue, none below rum but for : I flaaakaaa aWalhiaaAami ks a.Btaat sa as imia nf BtSllm. m f wv' --r Unnt-Penab i .L k..l Kill frnMllll'"W'' 01 o n wwiui nvv. ... j emum men tu stationabeww btm.aud ;.ii) ik-iao nominally ovct In bvd. The Poor Man's Death and Burial. BY THE MILroBD BABI. I saw him stretched upon hia be', With languid lip and eye; No tetra lor him had yet been ahed, Though he waa doom'd to die; N friends had lie, alas! no wife To weep around him now ; Almost alone he was in life Deapair was on his brow. One morn I sou. lit his bed, and Ob! A touching acene waa there; A scene that filled my heart will woe, A scene of dsrk 'repair; A little girl, hia only rhild, Stood gazing in hia eye; Oft crying out accents wild "Dear lather, will you diet" The dying father turn'd Lis head, To gone upon her charms; A tear upon her cheek he shed. And clasped her in his srms; He strove to spesk In tender tune; And while in grief she cried. "Dssr father, leeve me not alone." He groaned snd weptend died. To Potter's Field I saw him borne. Tu lie benesth ths sod; There wss but one for him to mourn, And Ihres to break the e od. No funeral pomp, no funeral prayer, No funeral emblems wave; One little girl alons stood there, And wept upon hia grave. Had be possessed of gold s Iure, Hs might hsve been a knave; YeUhundreds would have found his door, And followed to his gravs. And thus it is.snd waa of old Disguise it aa you can The man his made a god of gul I, And money makes the man. Grammatical Play upon the word That Now that la a word which may often be joined, Per that that may be double is clear tu the mind. And lbs! that that le right, ia as plain to tbs view Aa that tas that that we use, ie ae rightly used, too, And that that that that that line baa in it, is riMui in aceuraaaee aim grammar, m ... . a . a plain to see IriesiaB A Frsasai Jest- is a Jswiah or cervices rendered, the community eeei- d d (upon the suggestion of s rieh merchant) to offer the Rabbi s present of a tan ot me onsring, anu wun muui Prv - I b a at I a. 1 .-II.. poaltes Ina precious liquor in nis oeuar. rjut when hs wished to tssta it, a miracle ltj opsrated; instead of wise bo found only water. His honest friends bad nll.lndlvidu- aa mäk a. . . . I ana it a ...... 1 .4 wi'h aa equally wslMonetrueied waman in aide of it, and prom It eloaely to the part aftoeied. Rsssst tbs application till the pain cetooe. Rust Amoatno Coas-Ruat baa a'- lacked tbS eorn in f);vldaon and Maury cos Teno, tad deao mueh damage TMe la the fleet instance wo have hosrd of eura belag attacked by rust OTatodeety la more becoming, and ah ways esteemed more valuable than beauty. Beauty perishes, but modesty, real modeoty. never decays. ,K.t l. .,.il.t ,,U mm mm OVlllsny that is vigilant, will SO Sn vvmen Uf vlr.no, If sk. stombsrH st Iber scan and hence it is, that bad oaeae -.l,, Xttftm . f0ed oao. IXJ Sincerity ie to apeak what we think, to do what wa proleaa, to perfuses what we promise and ready la be bat wo weald sppesr snd aeem tu be. SSSS , (yrAomebedv y there is a decided Iii. vre ii re between perseverance and obstisa cy. One ie ft trong ajil, and tbo olbcf ft strong wonH- dy-A lulls explain!, '"hs si dured, a liitle psaaed oof aa a rothle, ani h the rugged Siems will ft like muulh woaaio. XI Tb. spoilt Okiklrenol the ana rarely turn oul tbe gioat ma of tbs ?i yMakc i.tbcr men - a mmk. ie sela mt a seaeaUac I SSBgBBBBg.B TBW uBIC IL TIBA JL, . Sum Wnm xm Ban. One of th Hri't atvbt troubk in Ujc keeping p. K.-arii to In the want of imtasbla IuinI ottrljr in the spring tu etmltlo tlie swanu jto ireare fur a new oolowj tltnt may uutearlv eaongli in the eeason to Inv tip. not only their own utoros for winter. lut a stii plm for their qsj ikt. Many h warms that have an abtmclanco jof honey for their own use and t !-pare, in the spring, arc inactive for i weeks utter the spring has IncilHlu war:;) enough foi them to work, be cause they have nutlting to wurk up on. The tint business i.- not to gather honey, but jiollen, to make bread t- r the yoong bees. bo. ahliou&rh tho weather is warm enough, aud the bees lively enough, nntil the bnda aflbrd pollen, they have nothing to work up on to enable them to be in ensun with the luw brood, to produce early warms, lias is a serious draw-Deck in lato seasona. and iu situatious where pollen -producing plants are nut plenty. Mr. E. T. Sturtevarit, ofCievlndt Ohio, claims that he has discovered a remedy for this difficulty, and that h can bring forward his bees some tw months earlier, aud get good swarm tiie first of May. Hia plan is to feed his bees with unbolted rye meal. trcwu upon boards convenient to tho hive, the bees pitching into it at onoe, and working diligently, and in fucJi aa nest way as tairly to aersuiioleoeer one another. It is a hint woisjpy Ust attention of eil bet keepers. Sslum Coajr in PoftULf Ae far- mew can gets mueh for his est by flret making it into pork, es by a sale of the grain itself irte much tire best than the lator of feeding. Hnfffa Mcrehants' Magaciue givoa several experiments showing the cost of pork making. In one, 100 bogs were fed 100 davs with as much corn aa thev of w could eat, and each bushel of corn gave an increase of 10 1-3 pounds of animal, or 8.25 pounds of dressed pork; in other words. 1 lb. of iork re- luired 6 1-S pounds ol corn. The corn was fed in the ear. According to this, 8 cents a pound for pork is the same as 25 cents a bushel for corn; 4 cents is 33 cents for corn; 5 cents is 42 cents for corn; and 0 cents is 50 cents per bushrl tor ... . . , i corn A ins wouiu noi pew m rnmnv places without fattening hop mainly on apples, which tome farmers do at groat profit. A smaller experiment was mate with cooked meal, which required a little less than fonr pounds to a pound of tork. Wo know sevcrti (armers who eati- mate cooked food ot twice the valne of iinground grain. Different brood would doubtless give quite different rvenlta. We want many expertmentn of this kind. Tb knowK Ige thus Acquired would be worth in practice ntanv tiutee ita eosf. Why do farmers keel' hlnu- dering In the fbg of gtiesswerkf ExiKBtvtJii in a Cengs t. Haw t'. - weighed two of my Cheater cauuty white sows, N ormighed m lbs.; No, , W- iney were something over a year old, aK) bjf the same litter. 1 ted them 17 days. No. 1, on unground boiled corn, cu auinod bnthela and si qnarta, and : ... i on ii Vn e t.tfl on nn 'nS I -i i ....lv liliU L..1 IxAnsati aiwi trSiiU'd olllv 10 Ihn. llaev were led with thin slop, (ft ikv dsiiil, Uftlt alike. Ths. N man 1', naittMt'w1 Mv. t U.-tcr t ;.. I .