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VOL. I. JASPER, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1858. NO. 26 PUBUSHSD EVERT miDAY, AT JASPER, DUBOIS COURT V, ISDIANA, BY MEHRINGER, DOANE SMITH j growa weary ... exploring tt i m ne of hiu- nPPli'ir i,i.,i a Mi v ib,,v ...Jj i, OFFICE l, oan.R of M. Crohr asd den-trea.ure ami m.mcasureab'e Mil'!.: im., MaCIhKNALU STIEtTi. TERMS- STRICTLY IN ADVANCE : flingl hubacrmt ich, for riiv Nu., $1 fto For he month, 1 uu RATES 0 OVFRTISINC . For squire of 10 I'neaof less, 1 ... h. 00. Kach aubaeque.it insertion, 25 Ca. Longer advertisement, 'imp rale. A fraction over even quere or square., counted a a aquare. I l.ese ere he i. r.n,. r iruii - aien. advertisement.; o rfi.annahle Oeuuc linn ta; i 1 1 ii mail.. In r.t m, r . ! i . r i iki r Nuticea ul appointment of adniii.w.rator and I'gNl notcea of like character to In - paid for in advance. AH.IOl'HCINO CAMD1DA Tf For Townahip ofEcea, ench, ForCoumy For Diatri i, Circuit, or Stale, I. 00 '' The Old Folks' Room. The old man aat bv the chimney ide, Ilm face waa wrinkled and w an: And he leuned both band on hia atout oak cane, A if a l hia work were dune. Ilia feat wan of irond old faahion'il rrav. The pocaeta were d -vo and wni, Wheir In " pec-" and Lis steel tobacco box Lny nugly aide by aide. The old man liked Id stir the Ire, Sj, oeir bin th." tonga were ap; Bcmetime he mua d aa he filed at the coal, Suo.rtiuiea he aat and slept. What aaw h in the embe' there' Ah! picture ol other year, And nuw ami then ihey w.ikeued annls, Di.ivl.enrr started tears. Hi g"oi wife aat on the other aide, u a high-hack, flag aeal chair, I MM 'neath the pile o. her mualin cap The shewn of her st. very hair. There' hapny look on her gi face, Aeahe huilv kmta.ur hi.n, A Nellie takre up the etil che dropped, Fur graudmotbi r'a ryes are dim. The children come snd read the new, To ia he lime eacli dav; H-.w it Hire the blood in hold nt .' heirt," To hear of me world away. 'Ti homely cene, old you ao, But pfeaeant I to view; At least I ihi'Ught it o myelf, And aketcbed it duwn fur you. De bind unto the old, my friend. They're worn with this world' strife. Though bravely once perciio.ee .bey fought The stern, fierce battle uf life. They taught our youthful feet to climb Upward life's rugged etoet J Then let iu lead them gemly down In Chriat le.'a hid tt)n Impe. The Bible. Ilhasalwiya been mystery to in that the Bible is o litt'e read o noorlv anr.re-l mat oini ia o im.e rrne, so ponny arc re-,, elated. A lew hunied snatches in the morn log, the shorte.f ps!n. I the etening,te very great extent, eomrr.ae the Ritter ingofminy who p'o'ei.andcll tnem.-ee. t-hnatun.. The prolific pre..,, daily pour- ing forth issue, of aula to Scripte read,.. , Ik, n.,,.1 mi I.A.I i n I . I I....U t I uw Jinvu llliriirvm Ulli, I y miS hllll ether linda ire using .1. the.r power ( ''nuw neglect . hem when grow., up Thu!iMltP' make the Bible the text took of the age, b... j, , Hem polloer ,hink over 3 br. .0 ih.ng the forehead, shoulders m vim. 1 here seem to hurc urueu in ths mindcf the rising generation an inaai.abl. deaire for ecueHting new .ometl .ing mi . I ' I . . . ., ntipj, main ing ca:ruiaieu ic arouie llieu j , I I '("'Ii .vun.r. rrrn.ia win pore nour , Iter h. ur over soporific, page, ol aome illj jytfon noeel, whoae author his mistaken bombast, for brains, and vagurnee fur depth, while the Bible -Cod'e code uf law. to linful, re bellious man lies unopened for week, yea montha. Tbe young nun will neatle in hia boaorn tbe a.n-.iuincd pgea of Byron, set knowing that bis slime is polluting imi bis pui sun mfect ing every ifl ctiun of hi heart, while a stream of living water is gush ing from ihe full and ever flowing fountain ot truth la Ihe una he find onlv water. ol Msrah; iu the other sweet, soul inspiring, soul-cheering etreama whoae Ireabneaa nev er d-parta, whoae aupply rever ia wsnling Vou cannot inflict greater punishment on some persona than to fores them to read dai ly portion of God's Word. To them it i a "root out of dry ground; having no form or come liner." Why are these thing aa SI aa, aW i we Bnd in the Bible everything that I I UM 7 1 ll pages C urisg wah goldsa uuths, its chapter! giow.ng w.ii, a Bav.or's love. The states auflas in .he Penlafucr. ike able.t code ... law. in -he wrld; .he hol.r never poet catche from the "eweet a nger ul lara el" in-pira-ion wl. ch kind e .new hi flickering laues lbs meet gi.nd rn.nd, .he wiUbM ever pr.du.ec.,. unite in pre lg 2 lu,b' 'U7il,r ' "V " ..... . prctii Wei. kSS ever appeared ia IteMtil.e. v . &.v Milton, "Ihrre are no aonga rum- uaravi- o me so.., or üion; no oration ; equul to )hoe of (he f'roplu ta, and no poh. ji,, - . ,ke thoae which the rcr.pturta teach. Ti ere ia no book like ,,,e ,!,,!e ,or e,r '''l '''m learing and " - ' " Hon Roberl Hoy I, "It in a .natch eae tnFume: it . impoatible we can rtudy it I. o much or esteem it loo highly." We could xe.id th Ii liat to a much irrealer extent. but deem it unneceseary . Ha the rha-. cier of lane!' greit UwgtVH lost any of Ita lovely meek net, or lofly nobility? Una ihe wiadmn of Solomon been ui panned by 'hat of any other man! Hi .he poetry o ,,avij l-,ul,u ll equal in ancient claac.ca or modem c, lei Haa Unlaleen Peter loat Iii impetuou r ... .. I I- , -,. I . . I . , i .-1 ui in iraiiui : rj'rii i l 111 r . HUB iUVIIItf craseo .o win your adimraiion and e..- liit y ur afjectiou! Have you grown weary m h.tening to the wurbl ng angelic choirs ' "'" ",nn of "P'c" '" "r,h. Uod nen!" Has the uireo! the gjidt'n ueeta of the New Jeru aalem betn ui.nuied by the gl,re uf ear.l.ly I richest And, we aak in conriuaion, ha ithe vuicc 9. Jenuauf N.zeteth lost Meesree Ines, is he less able, or le willing to lor j ve now than when he forgave poor weep ing Mary? Have you forgotten His sutler. ,mg on Calf ary f Have you forgotten liial ihe died for sinners such aa you are! W,.y, Oh! why ia ii then, that God' ;word is so little thought ol? Is it not to it hat we is a nation wwe our prosptrity, ou happmeia! Thr're is radical defect oi ewl.ere. "Tir things ought not o be so " We too wel knew that to the uuregenerate hesrt the K.ble rew-Uiion of Und 's w li, hai but little be uity. Yet it literary atiractiuui, and they .e great, verv greet, s'ill r mains, lis eber cers ire the tineat models in the world. lit style cannot be surpasaed by any writer, in. lent or modern. It is suited lor id c'aaeee and condition! of i.e. The rich md the poor, the. Id and ihe "' wmen must ...tereit t. em muct. ,iem a high respect, aye reverence, ire!ter lt.peniiillt and ginger may be young, the learned and the unleirned, tin ' B hold", f,,i ub,u inonehi"ld "''seldom the moH P polar with the female : d j lw , j ; , f , pistor and In. peopl can find in it. pij ,,,,rrwr " t,,e u,h"' Wu,n c,' -a. Men of more aaiurance, who e ' tlllirca iU something to suit their aituaiions. M ,wo hselft, render an exact eccoun' tengees are lightly hung, who mike word.- ""lutxJiato success, a small spooilltll Sinner, to you it comes is .penal blea-'"f her Personal cbsrms. Now.obaerve the ,uppy the place ol idea, and place c omp'i- 01 itt,l-'r4tl tl,e Sm8 quantity of gin it. g, to yon it poin'e out one wh . came into .mpruvemeni! There are ladiea who have I n,ent in the room of aemimenf, ire the f.!gcr, and a tcaspOOIlful of peppermint, f a world to die hs ym m ght I ve. Will , 0"'e ,u fift y"'" 'ho... ever being able' v-(,rj,e. a true respect for woman I. ad. to' added to a pillt of nearly hot water, you no. read it the.,? Will yu. not ask th. knoW P,,' 'y what regsrd they rerrvaxM.(f(J ,ct.on towarda them, and r spect-'and given from a junk bottle. PoW aid of God'a epi it to enabie vou to em. 'ul ia uauallv distant actiun. and ih s ..nit i i aJ ..i u e i a ,,rsce llluge ru. ura ot .., i a i (hn DTrtl uua s,.,. ul.r . ,,.,,,. ,, : Parent, w ill you Met endeavor to pom. out kM beauties of this Book to your chidren ;liweill the futu e than vou have done in I I r I . I ,hf p.,.,1 perh.ip no l.itle o" this d.-taate' , 0,dN VVorJ lira at your d Perbas M yourchldren been taught its truthi bet- er when thev were vou..,-. ihev woulJ mi. . ... .... , . c iiuiu 1 1 ..' i iiuvr luv I'jrizn Mini '.he pirii of (tod rn .ketl. il e re .clog uf the - , Word an i-ilpefitnl maana i.t ri.tiviiipia.rt ait. I " " . convening sinner, and building them up in r "' ""urllinliiiaaa at,H rimlorl ,h,n.i,h .,..1,. ...1. . ., First Diipa ich. The Sentinel says that the following i the firat dispatch sent over the Transatlantic cable: Queen Victoria to President Buchanan, Greeting Dear Sir: I have juat presented the Kna- lish people with my tenth afditiun to the Royal family. "Go thou and do likewise."; VICTORIA REGINA. Lirdos, August 6th, 1858. A,lcr much lrwubl ,nd "XP". we have procured ,h 0,d S3e'B nPlt' U h " Iowa: Dear Mrs Queen Yours haa been re ceived. Follow my example and "dry up." Yours perpendicularly, JAMES BUCHANAN. a V Some men are courageous, and some Sre not but We Should lika In an thai man - - -- - . -mmnm wdo would oei.Oerateiy allow a woman to catch bin o.. .ng mouths at her baby. Better than a Sermon The Philadelphia correspondent of the Xew Vo,k DaSäWteh. ... aoeakimr of R.v f)r R ,,( n,. u.i, ,ii n i u' vt'iaker city, e.lla htm a hm u .. , r..i ..... , ....... t. .tat ay IMV lUltUWIIIU 'MM luoir .jlhiin: I u the Doctor' congregation is a Mr. K J , gee, who ,ullf vr, married . g.y, d.,h.ng ,d beautiful g.r ; ewday.agoMr.K . v.sited the Doctor ., ' hl .l(d, , lie ,uk,d 8nd,wt,lle fltC, . '""ß though a cannon ball were hung u, hi, cllin Doctor,' aaid Mr K 'I come to conalt yOU on , ai rioua matter.' 'I am all attention,' replied the Dr , aa he bowed hi via.lor to sen. The fact ia, air, am ipprehenaive of! f.uble. J fear I have touaiiited an error' in aaatf)' ing Mur.a.' I truat not, Mr. K. 1 have ever held herj in big h eatenn. IVoy v.ht ippeura to be IM 1 ifKculi) V 'Well, doctor, alaria ia very unsteady j ery volatile very ' But my dear Mr. K. ' urged the miniater. 'consider the natursl ll w of spiri.a in a young per am i.' 'I d, sir'; but I djn't want that flow ot sninla to ahaoe n-rl: into n nr.i..r. i.. M Kna r- - r ....... .w. , u j - U. Ill UIIW pariies to my socifty,' 'Of courae not; but is that ill you have tu compls.o of ?' 'It is at present, and it's enough to com plain of, I think ' T en shifting hispoiitio.il on tin) chair, he continued: 'Don't you think' doctor, if you were to preach a sermon j agaiuat ihi aort of thing sgiinst goii." out to partie and other humbugs it would do vvu- Well, no sir, I doubt in effect But I can seggest a better ier.edyn remedy thj- will at once cur jri uj good lady of her rov- inj propeuai.y .' 'Name it, doctor, and receive my everlist ug gratitude.' '1 will air. Provide her with baby! blue eyed boy will do more towirJ lnculc- ting the comma ndmeuti in the breast of a uuan than all the bunnhes ever uttered to pulpil.' Mr. K countenance didn't light up II. roae reflectingly: 'He folded his lent like the Arab, And Uei.tly ato'e away.' What a W nah sh ci ü I'osiesi. kill the attention of our lady readers to the !,ol,0in ci.ilogue from the Italian, thejiondol theociotyof lidies, who cherish for To be eteemed beautiful, it is necesiary , r ,, ... ... ... ii.w I or a w oman to hae 1 3 white thing the skip, leetl. and hind; 3 blick things the eye.-, eyelashei and 3 roiy thinga the lip, boom and nail; , ,,.c w..ng.-,n. oooy, n.,r .no n.nu.; 3 -hjrtthinga the teeth, ears and tongue; . . I i , . l . i . . .. J narrow itni.f the waist, mouth uua -" .... 3 am II thi..g-theno.e. head and feet; 3 delicit. ...,.:g.-tho fingers, lip and iclnii - Cl"" 3 round thingsthe arm, leg and dnwer. In all, 30 accomplishment, which conali tute a perfect woman. But perfectiuu ia not of this world! L An Irish girl being desired to hang the wsshclo.hee on ihe horse in .he kitchen j to dry, her m...res, shortly after enter.ngi the apartment, found a ve.y gentle fami y horse atsnding there completely covered with different articles that had been washed thst day. Upon interrogating the r Irl she replied, 'Orh, to be sure ye tould me to hang the clothes upon the horse in the kitchen, an' the baale ia the kindeat I ever aaw, eure." V overheard a poor unlorlunate fe. low, get the iolluwiugaockdulager, tbe other, day, from his better-half: You good for nothing fellow! what would you have bean if 1 bad not married you? Whvaa a-,, it... k.Ui. Wiaa. k. it.. wi . ...m, ,,, .um ih, i. . . m , ... trough, wkese the frying pan and iron hoop yard of cloth, for primitive triangular if pen- jed backet, Hut minr wher yu marrlej mel"dsgcs fo her tafsnt Our Country is a Gallant Bark. Our country i a gallant bark. And "allaul seetne-. man her; The eagl 'k spirit make her flight, The "gi in ber banner; Where heaven u-iveil. ita cloud Ma blue. Where wind, mid wave can ber her, ,..vv Vl.-P-Her thunders nMk I.. h..i.L ....... " -' That, hating, at ill must (ear b p. From thirty empiree linked in one She takea her strength and plory, A rul make a protrr- aa 'uea'h the sun, Tint glows, a nun-like story; In peace ehe grasps the pride of wir, In war her purpose loudly la still to eve from cloud the star Thitah.ne fur freedom only! And (hue with giant might endow'd, No giant wtil d gmdn her; Of powerHnd wisdom justly proud, No injured realm upbraida her; 8iie Heed no mock of foe who hate, Hut ster with progre ateady, F. r ilmae whohsit with cheer elate, For those with Curaus ready. Oh! irallant bark, if ever thti, Thy course in right pursuing. No hi utile hate ciiii rear the rock ( r wave tu work tl.v ruin! The aess aha I own " v progrea wide, The realms ol earth luv ghiry, And in tbia doily inarch of pr d , The sun ahall write tl.y atory. When h ve y tinau shows her bosom, O'er dresses fs hionably low, What ma ol paiun could refuse Vnt The boamag ol a I wh or ' And when ur ardent gm returning, They scarce represa voluptuou s.ghi, l.-'i strange uur ft i ter end are burning To pre our hwi down o'er our eyes? No Fri JCD.cfa uf Color In h.irecen abolition peech, Lord Brougham related the jioiiowing anecdote: "LorU Ly udhurst gave Lord Lyudhur.t gave me a ehort time since an anecdote ol tvon. B... tiemsn who wis connected with the Hague, and who, on one occasion, received an in I vi.at.on to the house ol Cuban wc:".!v.uai.,r;: "UIHWWWIJ negro proprietor of a Urge eitae. here d.StingUshed, as follows: Colic has no he aai received with the utinest huapiishty increase of the pulse, which is not snd treated elegant y. He nid he wa rather entertained when, after dinner was over, Iii colored host said (hat he wie a 'man without any prejudice ahatever.anu 'hat u Lrii.'ii'r ha (.mini n nrai,n lumbal honorable, end respectable in every poi...V'ul6e ""timea a hundred a minute, of view, he held out the hind ol fellowahipjll,c attach is gradual, and the disease to him, even though his color wa aa whit- I'locs not intermit. as that table cloth.' True.- I have found (aaya a certain wri- tcr.) that the men w ho ire really the most diitince i mitaken bv them fur neclec and want of nioraal. i ... P.tEEBvrKo Pescher fe l the peaeheajtion, and two or three ounces or more, ud drop them in vessel of cold water to mjmj IWV be given rt prevent them Irom turning dark. 1 hen pu ... . iinv t tili- U'iiIi iT.'i'iit ui vontnrw iihi aoff.ir r oil rr. t r:i i V . in a rr,..ri um , "ZTTl ""le. a .th just wster enough to dissolve.!. Whan il haoina I., hr.il -Jrnn in Ik n.irk. 1 - a r r - r , snd let them remain until they look cltir. Pu hm 'mmedialeljr into ih cina or jiri. iaoo ieti mem ecureir. very muct. oepeno - r -a- 7'" "jtlRt weak gruel, and keeping him "P ' r' Uet ii Hood and safe treatment.- i n . 1 , .t ,ni, If l.n. tu m 1 1 ., hi . 1 should be aa aw ret aa you wish tbem for tbe ; aome pui mem up win. less sugar, out iney . table. (KrOne ofthedescons of a cer.sin church; a-ked the Bi.hop if he uaua'ly kissed the bride i ...i . . , at wedd ns. "Always," was the reply. And how do you manage when the hsppvl ns.iä ara n matt if a TM niil fl. 4aaisriffi I r at It H)M ol kiaaing is appointed to the deacons." The Qufer's tTeecao DiarncH.-Lon-i"10 don, August 17th, 1 658 Dear Old Buck: Prince Albert is suffering severely with the King's Evil. The Prince of Wales ia also Lodg. 2 of aaleratus; 8 of salt; 1 peck (confined to his bed with the Royal Itch;' -i to föj t j ' T, bnd our own person ia affected with numer ous sore. Victoria. fnrA very mudeet lady aent her very 9 m i modet daughter, a pretty young damsel, out . , .. , . UJ Jiruaweiy even u.t int one morning for aoaae article. Among the . , , ,. many, she iolormed a clerk in one of our!,ow,n th" st nothing greeli) un- ,U., k. ..k J mm .1 i.w.vi.i.i. i i v iinitiivi wtyivu iu gel lllrW AfciumnRu. Thijk and Thin Sowing'. The jut;btiuti oi thick or thin row which was agitatitl ?,. bVreelv a ug.., bv Davis. Meehi. Hox- talih-, lad utlicr ultra agricultural rc-toriiK-rb. is nuw pixity much decide!. A Ht-k of ittd tu ttM acre is vmpy sufficieat, us ihey eontended, ii it ail jrows, and the vr oacapea wiri worms, winter kill, Jcc; '.tit it ia found that those wl.o practice bucIi extremo tl.in aeciling ulwavt luae more fr..n. thgM 6oti rces than those who hw Itl.icker, and that these losses mom Hum C'.untcj balance the gain from sav mjr a httshtl or two of teed .t acre. Taking into consideration the nutny its tl.at iofeat our wheat croj, wearo inclined to think that, if anviLin. we sow to thin. Two boabeli per aero II nctie too mteh when sow n broad ,at. r a bfishd and three pecks rhon laown by the drill. The majority of j English limners 6ow three bttshdtper lacre, and we know some of them who I sow three and a half, and even four j bushels per Mff. This would lie ireatly too much in our climate, but BBOtt not err in the other extreme. Geneset Fanner. Colic in Hcrses Colic in horses is a very common disease, and if taken it .Jisease. und it taken in time inav U .....:i I . . i-uii-u m niu-i cases, ilia not . i 4- .. , , ... . easily cured in most ci uufrequently confounded with intiam- kiaiaaaiaaaaiim a i r , aa ii iiri awaviu in iniutiiin .ii' tliA tu,,,...!.-. la I. - - ' - over nlty a minute; the animal mils; the disease intermits, and there is but little fever. With inflammation of the trowel there is much fever; the When colic arises from bad food a pint or SO of a Solution of sale-rat us ; will olten afford entire relief. As it 'ass tunes more of Spasmodic charac- . sllleSl reineUO.-S lor any disease result- J I tag trom derangement of the diges- i" . i 1 lnflamma.ioi. of the IkwcIs is gen- B elill I V increased lllld retllCTCll lata bv - t - irritating medicines. A drink Ot Slip- ry elm. hourly, U allay irritation ;..;. th nii...! Imt l.tl.. CA a... I o n ... Country (eutleman. g DCr'A correspondent of the Louis- ..;.. Tmirtlut ;,., .,A t:,lW;.i r... a vHiaiasi fjavw a w ivmv ev a 1 Bfa, a v .i'w ,v, vuu.ik nva v.iviviii, ' v T o laeo UlcKMAN, KY., JUiy It, ttclow vou will find a rccciot fr cnrinx tf hog cholera. It has bem used with success by some of the far- in thi Il0ck ot' tho woodö- Take J ounces of copperas; 2 of lime, un- slacked; 2 of Strong ashes; 2 of sal day. . next day take as many ears of corn as lean l,uv Iwicra In ftwwl ut.,1 enh thorn tt.n mitu tmr Ml rA tl.e limsw sv T mwm - w mw w v VVM a aauvs ia ' mvin , r a i , i j i til a cure ta effected, it is very sim ple and is worth a trial by those who are disposed tc "save their Baco."