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THE JASPER WEEKLY COURIER,
VOL. I. JASPER, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. 1858. N(. 24 rtftkMfft af rsiuAV, at JAHiea, Mf bul CUUNTT, IIIOIANA, BT KliiiKINOER, DOAVI ft SMITH. OFFICE - CoBbeb or Main C'i,.ii abp MaCDONALD tSTBftTe. uireet lestimony. Oot Hiln Thw E.ery on. know. Mr R , the ,ueee..ful Whilt number of lawyer.' ,nd nte. " 0,1 Uwy" of Philadelphia, say. the men were dining together M Wieras. .! Mer. ury, and the peculiar tact with which few vi.- ..... . ; .11- .... . . '..i . .. ... .1 ' " i'1' me meraid hr usually enccr-ds , eliciting the truth Me apr eared and a.ked fur dinner. The' from . Wime.. He once ,n . nhile. hew.; landlord tuld him he .houl.l dint when thrj TriIMM sTRIi TI V im Ai.vn, K V q""r 'u',n,nfr ilh """men were dune eating For aix Qic nik, . 1 üO.1.di.in,. ii. it.! , .! ll h.ve some fun with lew dajiaince. Wr. I'uyle waa complained him .' furr. or abvibtibi no . f io' kf,7'" 1 d"urd"' if R ! T... Irishman euok . ae.t a. the table. Foe aquare f (0 lines or Insa. 1 week.ftl 00. i''" Tb ' engaged Mr. R .! 'You were not born in th.. en..ni,r ..id cli eubaeueni inner I ion, 26 cie. to B,tend tu hi rate and pu Mr Doyle one. Lunrrr advertisement, at aarn. ai. a through a course ot sprout. The first wit. i Nn : I ..... k . . - - - ' ' i uurn in i reiana. iraeiiun r i ven nquare or quarr, counted neee exummed waa Cornelius O'.Seil. Wc The Golden Sunset. T!ip golden aea iu mirror apreada Beneath the gulden akiee, And but a narrow atrip oh wet o Of land and ahadow lies. A K I III, T I Bl A I.. aa a square. 'I heae are the term. fr Iran im advertisements; a renaonahle deduc tion will oe made to regular advertisers. Notices uf appointment of administratora and l-gal notices uf like character to be paid lor in advance. A.OLBC!!t& CANDIDATES. For Township offices, each, 1,00 F,r County 2.00 Fur Dimriet, Circuit, or Slate, give his examination by Mr. R Do you know the defendant, Doyle?' 'N'ver a man batter.' 'What kind of a house doaa he keep!' 'Brick house.' 'I don't mean that; what are ita peculiar ities?' Two atoriea. with a bri k kitchen that Fairest, Sweetest, Dearest. in. points on to McGxrry's fence.' bt si ho one. Far. by what, t.ame can I impart My eensf. dear girl, of hsiih.u art? N v, though o frown thou danat, I'll o thou art ot girls the pride, And, 'luMiyli that n udesi lip may chide, Mr)! I '!i call thee Fairest. Yei no that word ran but expreaa Tue tu't and winning ke fifteen In which the ughl uf th"U mrteat; But not ihr heart thy temper, t'.o tin sTawd. a) wert !! that will do! Mar)! Hi caJ then Sweetest! But (irrst, ewetear, vain would be Tu snesk ihr kave I feel for thcr; Why smil'st cImmi aa ihou hrarea:! BtTMue," -r.e ctid, "one little name Is all J uih from thee to rlaimw Thai prerimis mme is D-arrat!" Marriage. Marriage is to a woman at once the hap piest and ihe aaddeit event uf her life; if is iv proniise of future bliss, raised on the d aih f prevent enjoyment, Jhe quits ber Imm teer parents her con.ptiiium her amnsemee-ts everything on which she has hi'hrrto dearded fur enmfor', for affectiou for kindness asid lor pleaaur. 'Y(.u aiill misui.derstarid mr; I wish to know the reputation of the hon.e. la it good or bid!' 'Bad intirely.' Mr. R failed the attention of the enuri la your father living!' 'No Mr, he ta dead-' What is your occupation? Trading horses.' Did your lather ever cheat any one while I here!' I auppoae he did cheat many, sir.' Where do you auppoae be went to!' 'To heaven, air.' 'Has he cheated any one there!' 'Has rliat4 nnn I Ii,!... 'Why did they not prusecule sisal' Late Corn. He vre are in the month of Amrnst. plowing Mid hoeing young com. Jr. may riinlw something, but it cannot make rit em this season, and as tliere is a vastt rjtiantity of bocIi, it is imporiaiit to know whkt lei Im.- t.i L s - - - snp And which is earth and which th h-.-.n. ' I'14'! 1 to give the lvst advice urv Tk.... i I.:. i . .. ' The cloud-like rock, ths rock like clouds. uixsoiveu iu f lory float, And midway of the radiant flood, Hanga aiiomiy the boat. The eye can acarcely tell. So wh n for us life's evening hour Suit fading shall descend, My glory born of earth and heaven, The earth and heaven blend. Flooded with peace the spirit float, With eileiit rapture glw, Till where earth ends and heaven begins, tue ui snail acarcety know. Slander. jon tltit, subject, but lor the purpose of starting others we will speak first. The amount of com likely to be in the roasting-ear state at the commence ment uf frost is very great, ano ro it and have Ii used in the best m. i ure subjects of very cotisidet.. i - ferest. It is known to evrv . thatgruen corn will niak.' pi ri How irrquentiy u the honesty a- d integ- 80 Pbably BS ripe, but still it rityof a n.an dispell of by a emila on w'" fatten swine. Tiietl bv l Kii.a" shrug! How manv vuud and 01. r.m a.-.'to thia thinor Pnnci'.LiNil.l,. ... ...... in... . . . L . . . . .... T " vi ..ve.uar ,uey searcnea ine boie Sing- nave oeen sunk into ..blivi,n by a dia-jlate com mav be thus BSVed I' v 11 dum uf heaven and couldn't find a l.wyer."ru..ful look, orsi.mp-d with the impu-a 'also etluallv well make beef ' And i I his Isst answer sm.ilt ih whi.l nl tk. linn of nro. .Pfl.ii lua k.,1 : 1.. . . . u v.l. äiju u to tl.ia answer,. nd dra.rrd the m.gulr.te to tun . the e.tim.tion of .he l.mb ol the law. '.r.y.ti r.ous and sea.on.b.e whisper! Zfe , remembiTed it) fcednig otT, take a note. The magistrate, did so. 1 : , ...... that low L'romid nrul l.lw.b. ImmA :, iv.. a 1 iiu iuuifiuiri ui niose wno.-e senile ns- 0 .u.u 13 Whaldoyou me n when y.u aay Kble the., we ah... find n,. to lie hurt by frost than the reput, t,o of ,h. house i. bad!' I -".one Scutch . nd the ot.,belu.r m high land. New ground i. That it ha. the divil'a own chimney, and " h,,l,,n' ,u ,ne reap.ct.ve ira... ol ' ,,, ,nf flll, , , L ..7L v. .... e , . " . . roof that leak. Iik.a.ieve.' their re.pecive countrymen. A WSaTSf BtseLi...J JL. T . f r? T' 1 w "uri Py iroM ej OW 'You HU misundaratand me, Mr. G-Nei..,1' "J" o,ch to su.picion b, he e y .t "Zm ZZ , t . Let u. .ry aK.,n. What kind of people 'e Engli.h most frank. ... ' ,, ' Jt 16 known to many that com gath- " "wva. . M a a i s " v. I 'in tSS O' I f I S I II UW a a a . . ney .greeo ro w.. out ,n tne etreet. ot doe th9 ilon Qf , , . ,erea when in good condition for boil i.ondon, .no the first one of either n.tio.i . . .... r i riir or in tra ct i ... .... i i: i u . . . ure uieeo oy a report, wnicn the party who met should be inquired ol e to what he r 1 ij . . .... id at the pains to propagate it beholds wiih would take to Stand w air h a I In,. ,i i.nk. r Y Y wuwm. wiiii in the hiuse! Men and women, principally; at lesai 'hat'a the only kind I ever met there.' 'We'), what kind of women are they?' Female women, aa nearly aa I cuuld ju.le. ' Well, what la thtir character!' 'Only one of them has the article.' The rourt will please note that. Onlv one of the females bsa a character.' 'Which une la that!' 'A young lady by the name of Bridget MiKean.' you think ahe has a character?' 'Think! I know it. I aaw it on Monday.' What did you see1' iU.. .k..... f, ..... .-:. ,. v. .. c . k. .... v.... it wimiiura v, muri, I irig, or in roaeting-ear, and laid awav where it can dry, will make good sweet tower Her paren's, hv whoae advice ahe has dard to impart tos ery embryo thouitht Daley with a pen ' a aus a. . . . . . I and t- eiing the brother who haa played Yoü still persist in misunderst mdin? me i.b. i -...k.n- i.. ...tJ' " Pwpagaio ii seuoias witn " - of St Paul's church: orettv. La J, h,,:l:"UCh.Pi'V 'd '-'"""f-hat A. is bread Corn, and will grow well, al- ame .Ion, and w.s .ccuatrd thu n,,l'7 ,orry ,or "-f,opM lu God u w wMthough t may shrivel some. true-however, .s Archb.ahop Tillotwn wH Crn may Rn(J fj f .j in the tower of 8t Paul'!" i . V "I ahouldn't want to do it abort of !!,", IT" ? P"'' " guinea-lr-nklysnaweredMrBs... i U '".y h.v. fatr sle Sstshs it. fts Thenone .cco.ted wM . Scotchman tU""1'n ,he W,'r'd b,wwd or ,' vcuruing to iiiecnarny or inoaa into wnoae with her, by mrna the counsel and the cuun.eled, Ii"' tti young! r children to whom ahe has aithertu bven the mother and pl.y Let ua try once more. Have you ever aeen women of the tuwn at Doyle'!' 'No air, nut of the tuwn, but s raft of man nil sr 'orssfr-n at on- fell stroke - them from the country.' ev-ry fursaet tie la if .. nr.! the spring . f .fly the women of the town, Mr. O'.Neil, -t ... . . ...I I. t : !,' ' .) ' . : -, t' s dandy replied with hia running "And hat will you give me I" Last, but not least, Patrick waa inquired of aa to what he wou d take, and stand I night in St Paul's tower. To which Patjvrral miliiooa, on being aaked why ha did wittily replied not have a biography of his life written. "An' aure, an' I think I should take a de- What an answer, and what a ssd truth. I bauds It shall happen to fall! MV Lift HA BESS A FatLÜB." So aaid a hanged; ar.d she fliee wftj mean common, vicious women.' d en pa'ha before her j? by tfi confidence of requited rfid and geoielul adieu to the 'What du you aay?' i say bad wome . Have you never sen ur)i wiuuen drinking and dancing at Mr. e Mr . aid turna with exciffd hon.. . It... i , . - r - . . . w, . ' wt , . joy-in nr.,. ip.ition to the happinesatoj Oh! muha. listen to that. bfcnVflk't tome. Then war to the man who ran Salier 1 1.. i n.mUih.1 ....i4 aii..u. ... i. .. What will you take, .nd ...d all nisbt . T '--P ''.oM w l i, p ,, . " 7 onaerve uponi, is reoived in the mean Ä . , ne lOWer Ot HI Han. .I" SHOCKS Wl n m ill) irr.n.n o..,l i... . u.wi gmu aim liuin dried and secured from from frost. To do this well, the corn should be cut down in the forenoon and shocked in the vvrnlng, and in some cases it would be letter to lit it ri'lll'.liti lu'onli. na. 'Oti ( ... , V.IH , capitalist in this country worth hie j"'ur 'K'ur8, Slid then let it be Set in very small shocks, so small that tho air may circulate freely. In early times here, corn was often kiln dried To do this a square rail en was built, suthciently high above ground to ad mit a fire beneath. The pen was then filled with corn, and a fite kept up be neath until it was dry. This could only be used for small amounts; for securing largo quantities we know of vil ol a cold!" The (wager was won. be made and considered by one who ha spent a whole life in am.aaing wraith, and now, wi h trembling limb-, ateppiiii; into the grave, the atartling truth, quite too late, it ia lobe feared, flushes across hia mind, OOt' The gods of Olympus held a consul tation once upon view of a miser's epitaph .... . . . ui ia io oe leareu, naanes across his mind, nmnrd lo his soul tust as he escaped fn-m , . ' . ...... , . . ilh"' his lite h.a b- en a failure ita great Ihe earth. A tft varmu ulana l nun., i. . . . . u !ohi- ct, and the only one worthy the atten- ment had been proposed, Mumua, "the mer- ' ' ' , . , . . . . ... ... :H.n of an immortal being, having been en- rv Uuffh nir rod. at last nil uoun one whieh - v r i - - v - -. iuuru iu. -. i . u . ... . . ' . "",r"ri pvwvecuer. ui nvnss -wn.. he'dlwi.tyir nose till ye could u e it for a euu, coward itke. krrsai the ii'inma which gimlet.' have won her, and de.troy the confidence -Be J.brr.! go way wid you, you black whieh fve had Inaaired. gutrdt lo ,,y ,h-l , f d.cjBl BB Tmk Fl wf.a (iaan.H -In un. ti ... for wstestfn' he cnn I'd peel m- Roi-w bv l.aVtBK. June or one ses.o J end inaae a fl .under uf ye in less time roses, are to be met with in almost every ,,,,B " 'y c"ul,J ,le hietlr. aatified the eeiestial council, namely, "To send him back to the earth, that be mifhi see what u.e hie heira were making ol hia riches!" 1 he vault uf heaven rung with a - clamation at the propoaal, which waa imiae Here it tbe epitaph al , r r iwiiiiiiCT hc nnuw ui lirely ovsrlo..ked a id nephcied! What mo- rt . , Mas tv .... . . ... no plan equal to email shocks. Ur. than auch . thouirht need occunv a sane . r . every forden It will lake a lung time tu drive ihr out of ihe fields, svrh Perpetual, and and otlnr rosea, nor ia it di fin able. A foae is a rose, and mai y of the June roars re exceedingly beautiful and fragrant Three ami Perpeta.le .re mos'ly fur re.dilv) pri.psijnt d by l.yer H re Mr. O'Neil becsu e eo excited, thai Mr. R. told him that he uuld stand aside t mske room fur the mil uitiiess. The case resulted in a verdict of acquit- the .word Here lies Old Tliirtv-three oer cent! The more be got tho more he tent Thr more he got the more he craved! Ye gods! can siirh a aoul be saved? AOtllTloR.L f'UBI SIT'M ST BaBBCBJ'S Naila from the e'awa of a hammer. The needle that darned Adam'eatorkiiige. A rereip' in full trotu the dew. ol eve, A leg of a t.iad-atool. I in from the pen that wae mightier than tal. Map of the atate of matrimony. than such a thought need occupy a.ne mind, to fill and keep it full of unuteisble anguish) Life s failure! Probation aquan dered! the aoul lost. 0rA beautiful girl wi h a pair of pout ing hp-, atrnped into s sture to buy a pair of mite. 'Hw much are they)' 'Why,' aaid the gallant but impudent clerk, lost in gasing upon her aparkhng eyea and ruby lips.yns shall have them for s kiss.' Agreed,' aaid the yoeg lady, pocketing Stevenson, in Greencastle Banner. Cvue Foa IIoo Cholera. A cor resKndent of the Louisville Courier gives the following remedy for hoar cholera: If the bog is not past eating, give him some corn boiled in ashes aa much as he will eat, saj one or two quarts. If nat eatitio. stir nn mnm m - . w . r I I' ihe mi a, and her eyea speaking davfer.. tar in water and tour a a d nnantitw .nd BS I aee you give credit here, charge v down its throat, and also put Some Ur ill vour books, aii l rollrrt in iha ha.t wav . ' ' .... -7 mi its iiiout i. tliii. nr tu.. Irin a VHV v at , ii v I IR1C U you can!' So saying the hastily tripped ut the door. Poetical. A verv siucennble buchelor w The middle of Julv waa naaannr alomr ihe atrrrt lutelv. and ob. i. . :.i a .i. ... . . . . r " - wHP.urrcu ....un me oest umr method , erv ng a silver thimble picked it up. Af er of proo dure similar to any other kind ol lav-iindiniF a iiiumtM.t in unit moil 1 1 a I ii.n on fr, aa follows: Select ahoots 18 inches -ri he probable ownef, he reverently presaedj A bird'sye view from th? tup of the mor two leet lorg; cut off t e le.vea close lo the! it to his lips, and said.- Bin' erioo about two th.rda ol their length, leav-, -Uh, that thia were the lipa of the divine Wealth or the United Stateb The aggregate wealth of the United Stairs Knots from tho board of tureign miaaion. I amount to twelve thousand million dollar. Eve'a bonuie breast knots. jandthe population is 84 milhon sonls. Th. R.fter. that wereeupported by the beamsjMealth, divided by the population, rves of thr moon. L 600 to earh nrr.nn. i iinno and ..Id- and - ----- r- . J 9 - f ccuniing five prrsona tu each ficuily, i would give the handsome little fortune ul 92 ...a them un . tin. ion atih-I...... aU . . VTT TT TT. . A CoarL.atFHT. - The il.ua.riou. Ros- . r ... .,,,p angpuc.i wearer, ana ine goiaen cnoras oi: - , . . -tW m ,K tho shtMii ia th ..... .i u ...... . .. i . .ml one day dined with a friend at the insatioot to the ground to aacertain thr love would ever encircle our hearts aa thia . . . ..... ÜT- .- . pi. er tu maki ih h.Ui . t , ., .. I, house of . lady, who under a great display piece IO men the hi le t receive it. It the. beautiful implement of industry enclosed ihr L , ., . ...L. oo ii not uf.ml i i.i... . k i. ...c . . ul liberality, concealed e naidrrsble avarice, so I. not good, take out . hole auffif ient t f.ir h.d of the owner! .nd nd-h.re he TZ Wk ,k. To Gsrr Kin Dal Axr AV.i havn 500 iu every family in the Republic, nut u tried salt and lime, hot water, pound l . a . . . this are suflbient. The tar arid water and tar alone have saved many in thia neighborhood. My neat neigh b.i bad ten hogs taken with it, and bei iai tried the al ive tar and waUr im M . five died, since then none i.uve d:. und all are getting tat and In ait) . eluding the .Uvea. hold a peck ol made soil, wh eh should con tain plenty of sa nd. Then tongue the shoot, I. e., introduce the knife just below a bud, and bring upwards, making about a one Inch reveiis. m 'V i ss ss ww sm as as Br' rvi aa sa s ft ss- se a saw fetched s deep aigh for Lygone-daya. mitten. w, .bot loretir,t,he ho,,B lhtnk. and auch like kind of things, when a voiee mA B ni ks . w.. (.... - . ' . I at. - - .a I uw upper wiuuuw arrraieu uia angvue ing, te., to drive the ants awuv from our fruit trees, and found that we in jured the trees nearly as much as the ants. Last summer, havimr suspend- ' S7 S ed warfare with the ants, becanse it &0"'Thr Sunday Atlas, ia a St of revolu nary enthusiasm says : Hurrah for thegirla of '7h!' Thunder!' cries a New Jiraey paper, ! . . . . j u aj . , vj "iin'in nnii i im- in i r-, in. nii9C m that n too darned old. No, no: hur.ah or . . ... the iriria f 17" did not seem to fav, we watered our . A Rush pn JKBeaAtsa A recent let besieg d trees with soatiid. and the aS . S a. . I at. a o reiuse siolk irom MM teweo, noiiie; lion, a.yins: .ami nal I 1 I I I K.na m M aal ... vnn tvlll k.innr m m I. riiviii CUM DISCO aaiUail DlArr n .I A i ..o . .. . . ... - .. . , ni.!. .t irrsni IH JTIIItt? sioue IIOII1 11 KIWIIi il. no unit r .Ku pan, men uae a crutclied de entr v I iia dron it'" cried a huve uola " w I. r "ft". r" wee to k .kai . ... : .i ii 1 7 J " " - p.rial" Ler ol Christian Bilrrims at the Clmreh ul duct veneüs. What uih mir mum fi r m r "jw IH Ii. in HIS SOU . tal ah nioi mr 9 . - r B. a- . ... .... l'"""T "'et."- rarlalnl. madam " r.aUajt Rnaalni im. ik. U.Am ..,,1.1... .t IS nnn Tl. r In flinl tlint 1... '..-.. iMiti.i.iu ll.., ..nfi ........ .j , . mnwm j.w U..HII.IIIIII ."(',ivw ii' j arc iruui w 'vi i...... " v .... ... diatalv. if vou plesse." all ojrts ol Burnoe and t , Oiinman Rmnira J had struck their tents And L"tu' f" oarfrt ' w w - I - v w - ' i a , . lunknown. Thev innid tand ; alt am By October or November the tavern will be I tihades uf drnaned ro hi.d. and bnanti. a..Ki.J -.I a. .. I ,w,w' "n" ""y nalarraaj to the nur- He dropped the implement like a hot potatoe eery row, or any ither poeitiwa deeircd. The etuuteet rooted ones may even be potted to loree elv ni l. . i J ui and best a double-quick march instanter! rft .B.. j .ki .. . .. m -..... M wner" oooa mia roao go tor i w,n,f?; don't think It foea aiiywr.ni- T ifrtyg 'in h ft o rtlt,g. med i i 1 1 ii ac mi a. i ii t i" in ii i a i m f ii i -aatii. mihi We a sm. I A I.J. L -: I-.. -mv ... aV ... ITT A Wl lliltf I Mil hstlHSV I AMI til. I ksas lea a Ja . . . w .. a urn u e.ia cnurcn, , . ""f.-. ' " -"' .lime, and hot wstter, antl csrtnqitaKei, tared aa the congregation were prayer; "La!" aaid ahe. eeortesy rUfn- forwe auddenly killed, ecraimed:- '"' ' "TzT 2?ZZ7iZl re rising rurj .Ubtlh,la(,,nf,;d ,,( w,Rh of k- ,ve I but when UlgS Matal eauw K miliiif 'J 'V "ime that rfvr mr er.Ktnlnf r, rr.rtow isr j'biwn thr..Mi-:ii flo"').rtt at. :'!ui:f It! get m nn mr acevara. atejiav,' Ti '.' .V vi.- tit.. .Im r. ti .