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WEEKLY COURIER, JASPER, INDIAN A, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1838. VOL. i. NO. 31 rVBLfSHlD VSOSESDAT. AT JArER nuoi cot-wry, inn. sv j MKHÄIJÖEÄ, DOAME dt olkttTÄ r HKPK'E- CoRRBB or Maiii 'boss AMP TKRMS STRICTLY IN AOV ANTE ; den-, which onchsirefj 'demonstrates that S.nji- Subscription, fur fitly Nos., $1 50 besuty snd worth, unadorned, are far more Fr ail uionths, - I 00VKuube than II the tineeled draper? of earth. Kot or er ten n ilea I rum Washing- ATE ot ADvrrriaiire. ) C u( q( (bnt nüf unh,iing Po-sqreof 10lfnesor le,l weel.JI -OOJ,, o M p,Mm whcn corprd Bach subeeqiM'nt Insertion, 25 els. i . " 7 . a amh fhe vrdure of June, ij a prettr coun- j.mfr adrriiaemeni, at eaere rale. A . . fraction .-rrr even square or qiiHree.coon'redr rezente, where a retired fader and a a sqimre. Thee are the terur ft trail- hia wife lire, wiih Iheir only eon, in the en- tent Btveriieineiit; a reasonable Oeirrc- Hon will oe tnaoe io rr8.u,r ..y r av .1 r Sa-, a n t I aws in nidi ra oPi: and NfS BaSieaB ot l,ke chararler to be paid tor i advance. AUffOVNC'M CAKl'IBATIB. KorTWnehip offices, each, F.,rCnuny for District, Circsril, r State, g- .." Tiie Husband's Son;. Ra;ny sml rough la b Oar There's a heart eVBtiflf for cmebotly; I nuvt be up arid B .nebi.eVs mxii!i tr enmebo-'y, T' rio ha she be. n i the gut. T ce has sha listened fr eoi hody; y .st ih. nrgtit, Storsnp and I S ebvdy's ait:.. tur somebody. Tti 'M be a nr'rtirg fir T"''!! be a wtKotii- t r sosaat ody ; 0 ., m bet netteet attirr, V. ll k tn te tattle tor somebody. T. j.h he tara Hd tn m th west, Thre a 'r yet for niri.oc'y, I. i. ttv -" he . es best W tea .. u he bos. en ol somebody. The, ' i be a mat i 'er Ihe rhaV, Then'll be -1 uvr lor somebody Thr,l be a wile's tender care emhrecee lor eunehody; l br the hlt'e one's cnirma 8 a 'twill be w-keneit for someBody; Wlien I have both in ry itm, U' but hi.w biea wll be n.ime'urJv ! a wibTtft scot. The wind it b'ew, Tin enow it flH, And raised particular ihun'le V Ith ekirt! n I hoops, And chicltti coop, And all f-uc'i kind ot piunde'. m , IJfJ A C"rr aaii'iideWl v 'h': V. lnrinr, X I r . ! - . L It 1 . . . . . V " n si ivr it'r mi um frnir, nui " I,, ik. im a .to.. ii. Ki.i.. V .,. ... it . jc , a, , ill r i ai , li.n wii.' a.' ii' a. ,iii re 8ncaky . as ixtes T!- avr R" rarita-ll A 'arge number o' ladi-a seatMedfsv ecape the fecta vi the kiss study aau sanny jenileoirn prif. urdi shocketi j"n,",wri'f, everythinj, wae at a rtandt hf ,rn-ncin one of his epintusl eaercieee, when, by a utile incident up . n the Fir GrMUudirtnd to bxs walking in a dream, and bur-lfJ nj, being a liitie hear sighted, wae added r.irrcy. A very good looking damsel, no tn restless thought; He would have j.hedim light of a country church. A'ter clear - evidently a ruanc, but sprting the whale-ioeated ihe girl wiih eome attention, but not, jg hie throat, he gave out tha hymn, prefac- b-.a) chevaui-delt re which protetla the word, not a look coold he win from her; in, with ihe a pong : 4eacie poriiona of the h.idiea u feminines he purned her orcupatiohe with her usual' The light ish bad may ne eyes iah di., f,m ... .a .m.. ,., 0.i,ld.litTeiic.. and acted aa II rhe had lorsrutienl forme an interesting ratundity, waa aeiiedj'ha guitar aoene. Seeing nn other mrns, with a queer desire to inspect the prospect Frank on" day took advantage of the b- from the rool ol the old log cabin ot winch 'sence of parent and candidly avowed hi I had smewhst lo say in a previous letter.! tfhe got op somehow or other and her peersare very naturally commanded a very large ahare ol piihjic attaution. The wind waa blowing pretty aharply it tha time, and began to play the deuce with her petiakirte Being compelled to rxerciae heraelfin stip - preaaing the rebellious apparel, aha waa care - leas n her fcoimg, and in an unlucky mJ - snent slipped down upon the roof flat upon her back. The grade bing pretty sharp. and the clapboards sa etick ssan egg sh.ll, It waa impossible to apply the brakes, aad ehe eotistquently slid downwards with more rspidi'y than elegance. The track, ho tar, appeared clear and, saving the eapo - aura ol a pair af very long atockinga. and 'diecloeure waa made) the parents became maiden atanding in door of a small log house. Hoors Tha faahionab.se of Phi'")'--visited this estate says: "Font or five the revelation af her garters, aha eeem-' indignant, and Mary wan ent avay . He rode up in front of Ihe house and asked phia no longer wear hooae to shy extent 'crops of the heavy, Stont, Indian ryd ad in a fairway af making a laodit.g overi Months of despsir cnemd. Mary would the mslden for a drink nf water; ha drank. They are worn ao as to be acatcely percep- j,raMS jg not Unsuab and Mr. Mechi, heaaveeof the ahaniy, upon terra firmi. consent to no hidden correspondence, it, and aha betltg tha first woman h hsd nbla, to giva the ladles a nasi and graceful juf the celebrated TriptreO Farm, in Unlnckily, however, her nether ferasaoia Franka health began to fail and tha doctor sen for several daya, t fTered a dime for a form, it ia said th.t largS boopa atili cob- forms me that he OliCO had SeveD cropi prewd tbetneelvee like eails, and one otltoaliake bia head. Tha crisis wae irrceU- kiss. Tha young msiden accepted the of- tiaua to be worn twereby tha undarcrust, id tiring the stimmet. Tili grass grows tb-aa hi-oked itself upon a p-.jecling na.'Juble; Mary was arm for, Frank got well,1 frr, and received both lha diaaa and kiae -. . rpflr.Mlel!with KÄt rapidity Etld luxuriance nn- ad enved the .d, a miotta c mcu.sion. .d ihey are now a happy pair, and Mr ry I. The traveler w about lo JLÄiS, 0 - ,e üüt ,0 'ba sun bt der tl'6 8T ? ,rr,t,on Tka eoaee.uenc.. were rlia.ree.ung . the the affecionaie daughier-in-law af a eou- ney, but tha maiden never before having Zl Ll fie,.., n mmZ th. Ur Urge audi,,,-, of g. men who were r. Carding the thrilling adventure, at a dia- taaee. The poor woman laid there a few omenta in an intereaiing but helplea. po tuon.when. benevolent geistiemaa will. e,. procured a pl.nk. and clamber- W upon the roof, cut away , he offending gsrmant and released tha unfortunate tic- tie. ot cur. ..iiy. No premium waa awarded (at Ibis ex tit MOO. KlMUMt i Teal Life, Tt "Dutch" Glau The Washington (0.) Remitier bat cooked up the MtaWlttgl bit ot romance, and affirms that it ia '.;enu - . I me: .19. - l.i.l- ., lA aJL. : ' nt im ui miu mi pon'.iii of some facta reUtive to ihrillmr inc pymrt.t of wealth and eae. Anwetreiioi ,permiuej. 0rwur,e to name the parties, r ' 99 miii c'" ,he aTent etnn Mr. Landen. Among Ihe beh)a" in trip hooae was a Ilierman Girl who possessed remnrkable At Indisnapulir, lud. y.OO beauty. Tberc was an air of superiority in At Louiseilk, Ky. B-MO tier wanner and sdJie; bai the Luidei.'.- At Chicago, HI. -0 wliere aomewhat a proud people, snd always At New Orleans, L . 'rented her, like m my fuUa do hired girl'. At 8t. Louie, Mo. -with distant hauteur. At S Pani. Minneanta One pleasant dty last summer, the old, lady and gentleman had cone to risit a irien some miles d'nt, but PranV, bein? hots; at something, did not accompany them. raM afttr lh carriage was gone, Frank heard the ound of muic. Somewhat t' n lier. he Mole into the house, and peeped silently Into th" M'ting ro.rr. T(iere eati Mary (s wp will call ber) v iih the guitar, 1 jwhich ahe plavev! with a ak'll almost artialic' 'Atter rfter min a br lliant pitec, sheglde'l' into a sweet French air, and hep, with inc1' raice, full of nshs, nung one ef Ihe chnnsonette of Bersnger. The youth was, eotrnnred, and, wh?n stie cutic'uded, he "i'-i nH forbear an exclammation ' surpn-i 'and adunratii.il. The. girl turned haatilv,' when he saw the young man at the door, whom ehe thought was tut with 1. 1 parents, rhe turned Dale with diamav. tn'ird a f. ... -j i n , g tepe, and tell lamtirsg on the aoia. Frank ran to her aid, but was in a condi tion not much more rational; be had some thing of the family pride and we of a shy. retiring diapoeiiion. Imaoun ihe h iiihmii 1 i , ... . confused young man. suppoMing with hir ..i .i . i . . , .. . m arm ' Turin 01 a lOTp.y aj i r i in a ll nunc,' - " r ri'' Fr.nl h .H risr h-lnro flt ih nn..r'"fo,,1 i' srnage, wnicn laeiro ou tnr-r LsV. i.-. i . ... . ... wi . y , ifi,v ii-i wij ,iv wiciRiivimcu, mur hilnr, Knrinlhnir turn rlrmis i I will, ,1 . . . ... - -r. ....... ..B ........ - - - -' ""i , ... . . a. , .,, . . Iter face, he look a h aiv Ihn Kntr. h.siti- 1 y i - t . nr kiss. That kias was fatal. Marv rr I hat sie was fatal. Alary re. covered from the ewoon, bat Frank ctmlu Wf - iftectiou, making honorable and frank pro- ap-'poeale. Wc have not spare to deacribe ihe girl's. confusior, nor the avowal the eager lover won from her of the eiistence of eome very tender sentimenta in her own h sum; aleo iher own narration of how ahe came with lsuch acquiremente, in auch a aituetlon. Iter 'f' her had been driven from Ausiiia for lib- eralism, and died poor and broken-hearted in New Vork. Mary went to Cincinnati, and 'hen came into the country to hue out. When all had been explained, ahe inaial ed on the whole thing being openly declar- ea on ne wno.e m.ng oeirrg uprmy rc.-r- ed to Mr. and Mri. Linden, aha would be a party to no clandcat ne measures. The(out in the far west, he fliseovere.l a young p.e who think her tha gre.teet blasaing heaven i.v. r i i t'iem. Truly "low lasa Is iyoung Ambnioi.'a ladder.' ' ,9ll...The LtUt,.,u9 jrn7l asfM w. ... ln.of(rd lh.. w.f8 e)f,. tfie Mtrw- . , few week- fof ihf dri,. of nog(1 on ,h, iha following rates: 10,000 head at 4 cents ne, and 3,090 head at another point at 9 to 4$ net lb difference lo price depending TWtlVK U CLOI AT N'lW YoVt. Ap- piston's R.ilway and Steam Navigation! oide of June bee on page 37, a "Time In-1 dice' or," which ehowe the difference of time! . . I between various cities in the United States. in i . . i i i. i- . t w i ! - ' neu ii is iwaivv o cijc in new iura, u if. At Boaton, Maas. - At Portland, Maine. At Philadelphia, HI. At Ballimure, Md. Al KvcVmonrJ, Va. At Chsrleaton. S. C. . . A' HitUburgh, Pji. . At Wheeling. Va. At Cleveland, Ohio, 19 min, past 19 - 16 min. past 19 65 min. p tt 1 1 6u min. peel 1 1 46 min past 1 1 3ti min. paat 1 1 95 min. past 1 1 94 min. past 1 1 90 min. psst 1 1 90 min. paal 1 1 4 nun. paat 1 1 91 min. paat 1! 90 min. paat 1 1 14 min. past 1 1 14 mm. past 1 1 16 min. ptt II - 99 min. past 10 65 min. past II 44 mi n. past 10 At Augusta, (ia. At Detroit. M.ch. At tatumbue Ohi At Cincinnati Ohio. ExTRAORDI MART BlRTBS. L is staled by Burdoca liat he wile of a countryman n . the Moscow district hat) giren birth tu 69; children at 97 confinementa four limes. four at one birth, aeven timea three, and ilteen limea in. In the year 19l)0, the Vienna newNpapere contained the follow ing announcement: Maria A nn Helen, the wifa rf a poor i ifrn treaVer in Newfoondfelc, 90 yar. married, bora a I II confinements 3i children 128 living and 4 dead; 26 were maleaandi 6 feiiMle; all were begotten hy e re man and nursed hy herself. She had st her lest confinement three children, oWS living snd J 'twoi'etd. Her husbiud was a twin, ehej herself one ff tVur. Her mother had pro-' duced 28 children, and died during a con finement with twins. The greateat num ber of ibudreiL ever produced at one birth 7i - tu appears to hav fceen sit, all ol wn?m were boya, sad all dead. The woman who gave birth to them had been twice tnarrier', and l. m . - i.:.k l-. I Ska ' m nrr nrai nisrrieFr, oirii issiru ij , lyasre. ahe bore 97 boya and 9 girls; in har, .t. a .'i I L. years, she bora 14 children three at first,! , ,i iriff spcnn, si.ri as iheir.ini ran. i ' finerueii . "u" i (tr A Vol-so clerical itenlleman relates I I . . ..'..w ...w. .- ! ike fclh.ing anecdote of one of hie Dutch I atatL brethren. The old fellow was about corn- I ..... ..' ,,.h Tha clerk, aupposing it wee the fhel atan-i tl 0f the hymn, atruck up to the tuna off common metre. Tha old fel nw, taken somewhat back by jrhia turn ol saTairs, corrected the mistake by ,tyjDjh I didn't mean to sing dish hymn: I only mesnt mine eyaa Ish dim. The etarh. still thinliine it a combination of the couplet, finished in the preceding ,train. The old mental this, wsged wrolh, and rXrLicried, at the top nf hie voice: I dink ter tuyvel'a in you all Pbt vaah no hymn to sing at all! A ScaaibLR Gist. Aa a weary .. - f waa wending hie way through tha mi'd rsvvi- .a.d.sae. asked: 'What am 1 tr) do with tha dime?'' "You may use it in any way you wlah,' he replied; "Il is yours." MTi.si K..n.ih. e..r"ssid she. "Ml r ve ia .v. j: t ..k. .,K ktawt rr.. II ,IIW " . .1 (ErDortor Charles Wilson has written a volume of eome hundred pages, tn explain the path ology of drunkenness. Diogenes Paddle Tour Own Canoft. Voyager upnii lift ' sea, I'n youre!f be true. And whau'er your lot may be, Paddle your own canoe. Nerer, though the winde may rare, FaHer uor took back; But, upon the dariieat ware, Leave a shining track. N' b'y dare the wildest atorm, Stem ihe hirjeat pa e; Br.iv of hear', eud strong or trrr, Yen will never lai', . Wh ii the world is cold and fork, Ke-p an atm in vie ; A toward the beacon mirk Paddle your Own canoe. Evry were thai l.eara yDu on To trie silent eh' :e, Fr in ita aunny source has gone, To return no more. Then let not an horn's delay Cheat you :f your due; B'.' while tt tl called to-day, Ptddla your own canoe. If our birth Jenled you wetl'h, Liity Hate, and power, Honeat fame and harOe health Are a batter dower. B ji if i hebe wi I no aoffice, Uolden ftiin pursue; Al to reaili ihe glittering priz1, P4ddle your own canoe. WoalU yon wrest the wreath of fame From the hand of fate! W i ii Id you write a deathteas ntfte With ihe f'M d and greitl Would you biex- your feliosmenl Ii nt ami soul imbue Wi'ii the holy task, snd then Paddle your own canoe. Would you ernsh Ihe lyrsnt Wrong, In the STorU. Iree fljjhi! With s spirit hrare and atrcng, Battle tor tue right. A- d to break the chains that bind Tue many to the lew To ehfrancfltke eleriati mimJi Psddle your n n cm t K. ti.ng grvit ia lightly won; N filling won ia loet; Every good deed, nobly dune, Will repay the cob. Leave lo hfiven, In humble ltui All you will to eW Out il you succeed, y. u muat Paddle your own canoe. Dsaa Heaoisa. An editor in Itwa haa . . M - J kitin i.. L . . . K K m . . a .J. i. oveu aura vmw nugiag - jwu.i, ..u7 churcrr.-Dairy Argue. I h,in enntirrt we onr.p ipun r r , ' " r W , , . n church some ten years ago, and the serene i ' a . ni us fh.n.snrl s scar ,i,r since. l .... ' ' " IVfK Coaa.CTicct schoolmaster asked led fram Newport, "how many Oode ae I don't pretend b say that this, ihere!" Tha boy, after acreieliing hiajwithont feeil, will do much towards ' head eome time, replied: "I dont kaow i keeping a horse decent. There has how many you have in Connec itu', but weiboen and 18 A grwit deal 0 cut feod have none in Ähode tland. ted to horses, Ond it is Very food if , '" ." . jilftCd right, bnt a horse will not keep "'rt - -a sn affray in which one of them wss knock. m was knock. ed down. Hia comrade ran up to dim and jftv Tbe wav wc feed our hnrseg, is eiclaimed: "Arrab, benoiek il ya be deadly nslol 0f oat straw with a peck of can't e spake I" -Vm not dead, but pach.jÄlort8 fttl,J W)rn rngj twice a dav; and lese, replied the other. when we work them, we feed them fVVe can"teTTh7laa noon k-kb bay. This, r.n .,t ih. beat bab-i,,u,Dere.-Owen : with a good cleaning dtidy, makes j Coun7y Journal. P.gs 'üon t Tho beat baby jumper we had knowledge'r Pf " &3 i. r .nu. .iul,l. , ain ... -Wnn inivsr when we did thw jumping, wae the flu oi ,our nv.ihc hand eppiitd a tergo.--rana- viile Erqurer fl A laoy was taken by surprise in Mia- eiaipfil, the mker day. At least we judge aofrotn ihr feel 'h-.t John B Surprise was , married to Sallie A Stock 'Matey etoeke." e rMume. They wi prt,bably have lit " . ... ........ as va i je was aar wsin-.n-my i 'Thla la the wav I lona have soueh'. " And mourned because I foued it ooi." La nor Tax-Pavkb. On Tuesday, aay " ""J" o.. v v T,ih... iv- r a.is im ..r Lw. nl- -.- ..j - .w-... s..a i . ..'ai a.:. .a.a..i.iapphed to hamuli.-. laaiid-tlram, gun on personal raisir, lenoerve nis cure ' for 080,000, the tmsmat o-f tax on M estate. ftj II. w ahould a boaband apaab to a IGB1 C IITl ÜAL. Itemt of Interest. Ch fdit'r :4 t raltliible HibütihUrt ior Kr8J, ,,('? H driBati in, vitlil HtfwV isjjr tlHir tirtien thu quantity per fit re that ghltjä dliea. Limo suiU aro iiijnriouR to slu'ep, M br absorbing tlu oil iti rtw fWW titer PMItler rttu fibrx- Imrab and hilttU-. A Itanütiil 1 fan intai, mixtsi o. jenaioneRv in the iik-ms irf a "w, will tf tuj fuld ita totl in the riclmcM jf Ith milk. Girtt liorg, occaaittal1, a tabbi soonrul of a oonij.tnuiul of three part ns lies and one ol' aalt, tor etch hoc, mixed with their food, and it will kill kidney worms. Cut swale gras befon it blossom, rod top when in hloaaom, rxl cluver when alirmt halt' thu heads are in lis i a .1. -1. a1 aI nio8im. ana tinminv wnen mosioi ino blooms lmVe fallen. The first staire of d(cotinxsition of ,mfthüh ia iidrv hioUhl. This, if an I'lien to jt'Bnif, win umw muiBiuru irom them anil be a positive injurj. bwanipn want lime to dectunpoao the vegetable matter in them; dry l knolls wwnt lesebed ashes or clay, u hold water, and plaster to furnish snl ptin ic acid to dUtolve the land, and Tender it soluble. ! Cattle, for fresh bcof, ahoulJ never exceed three veara of age. They should, by a eourM of fecdinp, h. brought to matnrity at that ag. O. Farmer. Cark or Hoafica. Öomn people ne ver r verv seldom clean their bofMt, . and pay for it at a dear rate. Botne meb w'dl keep a team all winter, and drive thm aboul one-qnarter of the time, but never clean them uuha M t off the tliickeat ol the ilirt. They never rub down the legs ot their lior ea, as thev ouarht, fco kp them from Bwealidfr wf atandiug in tho table roikstnlk aiiOUt their Horses being stifi' and foundered; if they wonld teed them mow, and drive them slow er, and clean them neatly, tluy wonld not comtdain of stiffness. Let a man .t. ; j ,i ii it a imr.. , . . 1 il I, .i.i 1 ?, , 1 hr 1 i MIM m .i.j v -..v I as he ought to, Ithil lie Will nt envy other pi oi.lc'B blkk horses. Some per- sons never comb nut a horse mane or tail; they complain that it pulls out the lia'r; hut keen lb cm comlel out a all the while and von wont lose much ajmir; this will make it grow out thick. tHl on a OUSll' I Ot MraW ami lour ,.,,ftrt8 nf cJlort8 A flMV) witla a littlas - Handled tons ef Grass to aa Aor-. A statement was copied from an English paper eome time since, setting forth that one hundred tons of grasa hud grown in one season frotuasinghi acre, on land belonging to tlio estate of Lord Derby. Many suppoStxi that there mtlst be a mistake in tlit-se ng urcs, but a gentleman who recently L5!J25?sffTm iiirouii Liii:ra vinnuuuni in in n. jn publishing this fact the Valley Far- mer savs: M The American farmer can . .. - ' i a....-V- naraiv form a remoiej inea oi me ucn- eHts that are ret ö result fromscienco , , . a. j nit .rl..u. ii, r irri.r-.tirirt lOlllll tTLlt- , iiuiiii, aiu yv. m i .....'. h well the prodnets of onr laauling cm pa to an extant now almt ecding be CtTA -! dag aercr biter. as the d sVcocr ia wefgt t. seiasM ?t tn o yüsbls z g tg! .r Ming wife i My des. I lote fhseeTttt . if "