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VOL. I. JASPEH, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOUEIi 27. 858. NO. S3 THE JASPER WEEKLY rciumiD tmr wuinuT, ti 'itra, dom cocbty, !mm, BT MEHRINOEB. DOANE Of SMITH. your paper I was arell pleased with th nu- jrnl tne it rh Maoat Yuu frcquentl) i.mr OFFICE - Coa.il or 31 ' 'r. am down tl tbuee fellowa about town for ii.. ir MacoovaLn : j bad con?uef. end al one time ventured te if ,('. came out tfintt S ibbath breaking. I w a TKRMS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: in bopea yiu wouH finally aay something Hi nl Hubarr:piion, for fifty raoe., 91 ft0.'-bout the temp rar.ee queation, but I sup- Fur ei month', I Ouose that is too delicate a eubjeclaliLiioea- Batcs op abvcsTtf :!vg. For.quareof iO l.ueeor Iraa, I eek.tl 00.wbich hi cootenJi ,rc MUl1 Earn subsequent insertion, 25 cla. . I. a !or ,,n,e tn' tbe reade r of your paper fraction ever even square or iqo.ree, counted ' "Rurally look for some change. let me aa a square. These are the terms fr tran- call their atUuiien back to the uion. I day . tient adverliaeinei.te; a reasonable dcc'ue- ,,f your paper. Tl.e deäecratuo of tl.e Sab - tio. will be made to regular odvertieert. bMb . hM beeom lo0 Coiamoa B IBin- in Notice of appointment of administrators! 7 , " J and legal not.cea of like character to be,' commut.ty to be uno. t.ced by all good paid for io advaaee. men. Theie haa eearcely been a Sabbath ...OdUSC CASIIDAiLS. For Townahip efficca, each, Fir C auniy " " Fur District, Circuit, or Statt, The Lettes are Falling. BT ctctLiA aa. acsToii. t F-V l:ow h at are failing round oa Tiuged loaves of every bo- They are fadinr.lhey are fadio,-, Like the uiiety ucuntaju dew. Gtldon-bordered, ruswet tinteJ, AH are pacting last away. T.-thug in their dying mur; ua Iteauiy livctb but a i 8 ft and low they aadiy a hUper o my happy, i h?art, "Tucu art pastii.,- . o art paaain. 1 j.i-i t!ic t :ab aTÜl claim ita par'." Bai ' ve ihe solemn werninj Sieaketh mild a voie? on hih, Trust in me and I will lead theo To thv home beyond the aky. ' a .. iUm M.iTitiTiDar laotASa -The S.mt Paul Pioneer and lemocra. ol bath day he'- ; and I am hold to aay that the theueeful man. and the happy man are the IhS h inst swyt jn,an ,i0 wHMafSmj it in the way that some nie. So.h ia the ordinance f God, which j r.tor i itch, ot luJiaoe. aceom-at ied i - ool wor.hy a place in civil society. ,t bj vain to attempt to contr.eene. II w i ; r!!;ee.r,n and go dee, left .hi. KIN CA ID. j,er fi.hsea. may triompb for a . ,r;j w ebt sir.ee. torrj ya buffi I' km the l vejeiine rivrr, where ff1 are relied eery jhnty. The .-'enator "ö)f hiefncnda were at II prutided with anianala. & y prei(wOU:VM fruD, the Ine State: pro? bdj ne. guns and ammunition. t ia now . n4jiBn ..... repor.to im thia ciy. on pod aothoniy, thai'()hjrt ...... the hunting party had been art upoo by a band of Yankton I idio. wh, to pooiah . then-'or treaatf.i:ii up n tbe.r laude, took j I r. ible jKaaeeeion of the cun. belong ng to, m Mfr 0 Mtiale that thnr will have tne banters maltreated and n.u.!atJ heirf(jr Bwj, tr j Ntw orr. two in liorre-. and cautioned tb. S.nvlor to r,;,ft,rnj,f one bj j;f kgn, 0ne in W c St hWllaagntat ml buflaloai. . . the coon-, .p we t)rffo;, ll)done ,o New Jers-? trr. Ir F tch and ha. i.ienda left immeu.- Th i,. ,rthem s reng h in the Uly lor I rt Abercra mbie. - . . T I it I rm-r Sin ,e.. I. a r.urODPen U ws-wa t pera eoo:re a. a i act urrepni. - . nn- t a a aiJkMh . . J i . . rvot jfMaa urrrwianf. .o-t B .... ..ken b, the world for uan veara. ia'vrd in the Eut I idian B v .1 Hibleo were found amongst 1 n, nui na u ril In nnnn ll.e hxrks -. Tilt V knew I Cateehiam, and the Christiao euatom . Twenty-seven cborehee and eehoolo yrt e.ialed. Turough the metruT.enal:ty f t l'tor IMdring f-nrr missionaries were sent cm'. :md .) peraoi abap i.ee. I uia ia ccr - taio.y an imeretfnjr dieoaeiy. 03-A Chicago paper poMirte. a 'Valco- : Tl.....,.. ft hm naut) fall. Ilia elevation waa thought tote , tnree mnea warn last seen, ano, aasamii.. . . , . . , , , IKepobheone, thi. to bo lb d,.t.nc. ho fell, it would o.l, , J J rcqoire th.rtyo. and a half tcond. for h.mj lamtitml f)., to reach the earth, o mean velocity of four hundred and ninety -n too feet per .eeond. Total Assuming nta weignt to oe one nono'ce aao, iity pounds, ha would .trite the earth with a a. ... av i a momentum equal to ooe hundred and a sty iboajsaoi, eight hundred ponndo, or a little mora thao eighty lone o power rafieieat to acatter hie body, bone and moscle.iatoatoBa o minute aa scarcely to be perceptible, not to bury him deep into the earth. (ErTherc j. . lady living io Blooming Grove, Orange county, New York, by tho name of Dinah Hrooks, who io oao hordrtd d fourteen year. old. a. d yet w i a tori gent'g.lloa. of bk Usees fron, the sogar cane s ... 1 . m 1 TL na active, and ealka iia.f a mile to Church very 8abbath. bbo woo ih.rty-two years "d when the Der'arotioa of Indepeodooco made. Kor iht J.tper Courier. Mr Ktnoi: At tb r mnieiiceracnt of on of the year. Now aa the great political flotation? for Una summer that haa not been denoted to I. UuarJ tjamn romannc nouor.. aou $1.0u hunting, firing of goo, fishing, cSJoajajfaag hear and read about heroes and mn-ut re 2.0' and drunken revelry, tbroajhout our who', ucwoed pereooager. New, however, you communiiy. Hüw men of sen.e, cr the least may be interealed in their narrative, do not !treak of moral.', (.not BBfiag an) ti.iug ci religinr, which we nearly all p ofeM in aom- -hape.) can tolerate such conduct is beyond ray conception. I La .SjLuath id the day r irt roee from the tomb to redeem a wurUJ .rom mo; with the keys of death and hrll iu his hand, leading captivity captive, and re- cciviug gins formet.; and ia it out nat i bat he aame day ahould be kept a Ratftf aacred, espteially ia a toavmumty that claim to be the deacendanta of the holy propbeu anJ Apoatlea of SiViu.-. I constrained e r Ii v . lVt a religion that dor a tot govern the cor.duct of men form anv event, it ia aoch better to be ,'avora-; g od, ia not wotth a f.;-: and a maa that will siy ti.an unfavori' ly daappointed. epend the Siboath in worse than tl.e daily a. Guard aga,ost making a seinen' avjiati.-aa of life, ia not a Inend to I. is God cti nee. We haae no right to live w holly j . . . ... I ... .i m a i"n L... akU ; or country. l bs wite and true U ver or ui- or mtm.y to oureeiver. owticiy wr (country will ren euib f that tl e region oi upon us; God haecreeudie lorioaa be-1 ' be B Meia the only eohd loondation on nevolent em1. nkh e ahould not d-aregarJ. ; which iL- civil anJ religioua -nat.totiona of Besidea elfiabneaa defeaM us own eod. Hej our rojotry are founded. Uoth the b o h -ecurea bis own beat good, who reepondelo ; nd the law of the laodeay, h'ecptheSib- The Xwt Hilar ; lie Ei.MJiTlTc. We beiieee the d. mocrata hae cbceo th. wi embero to he net Hoo'e Vw eiyIfBIljtf f 7, . ... 15 H be atou, lB,r,f meniert. I The tfcutbem okea ninet; I . Ä : l: Ko . lav a I W ll IPS! Ulna invtlll III 'iv.aHVw'v. j m . k . ;,c , nr ocipleo there ;II be; I W m .. ..irea and twentv neeatives u v v a I mhich t, . clr.r mojority over Ui me tinny d.u.i.c.b ru.., . . . democrat expect to elect at leart eignty akLa am .11 a. We 1 Kdk lie m Aa" Pftf at . fif g iin w a kivw - Sj!hf r0 American, mill bare aix membera " There mu, ther t democratic icde- j to ,;ke H:cknoo. ol l enn., Usvia. ' A S..rUt0f Va.n . who i!l eote 't0jCtl :.u urt, ...! &i ,..e 1 1 in i. UilS Wit 11 WM wtaai 1 - can. e ImUk aooUer. The tlac. r. pub! can " 0M Cadres and thirteen btT-. 1'emocraie, ItCirtTVLlTTOS. i ii na! - 337. i .... ... , . i haa. . --.. J Wtoich s :oii i on.r, wn aainr.- .... Oregon in th. Union. lVeeent appeal. net, 'indicate that no party witl b.e tne contrri, ol tho next Hou.e, on!ea., indeed, N.w MLj m ,0. ero.4. cj.,,, it aieu0r, io al, does hotter than we hove any re.aon to .o- .POOhlaa dar in on. olace too can .1- ticipate. Tim republieane and Sjuthern if' merican. can baeo tho House by a .m.li majority. W. hope they will not be nine I : '-"' . mmjh-SmWm mm f k.w w pt p Weens IH VIVII'-K apr'SBV.tw . .... -:...:...;... ia 1845. Ciac.nnati Enquirer. ILTA lorave, on Wabash haa made 00 S S ST I . m tm.mm.mmm m. t mm mm aMOa OtlO. growo on a tinge acre oi grouno. aw .olaseea ocl!s :.-tdi!y for to cent, o gallon giving him o. tae retoru si uia crop 'en a ting! cie. What Shall I Do. fhe choice of a prof eeeion or business for life it subject of ouch importance, calling for earnest, careful deliberation, end should net er be made nattily. Man y greatly injure1 or riin tben.selvea by making wrong' choice. There it an appropriate place for 'each, but all are not suited for every station. Many man might have been ute'ul and happy in one situation, but seeking for .aoiatt!. r, he U neither useful nor happy. dually when you find one highly cce9,fu., he ia in the pi . . " muui of hit aucceaa. lice to which he it We always look, therefore, with deep in-. adapted, and to thia (act is indebted for tereat upon the vcung peraoi', who ia deiib ernting upon this question, and would gladly ; . . make sit aume eolations, which may In er vicable. upoote ou are to be one. i acre ia on.y one tuch la a million, and be ia made ao by j a combination of extraordinary ctrcom tanree. Iiv ahooio y oo auppote you arri4n 0fl-ei.J to be S3 oiiderful an exception fnni the matt of tJtaea n t.uiiar circumetnncca with youraelt! Rather take a s.be', commor tf tue view of th? matter, and anticipate no( more kaf you'aelt than what falls to the or-' dinary lot. Never chouae any profession or busineas, unleaa you are willing to bear the usual burdeot incident to it. Then you will be prepared for iu tria ia acd bardthipa; and! ihe demands of right Tlie benevoieot man. respective oi u.i ia-, vue muü , aeeming and t mp rary. Take into ac- lttonaar-seat aud pro- count tLca ji-ur .j MM.,t.: anJ act iu way lliai mmmmmmmma 1 f-irever approve. determinativ to do 3. Cbjot with a gaaw beat in MR pewit.on. Every proper! Ltui in -e m bonVr.ble. Lo yoa.r be., puu. . ... .. i- knnnl 1 Wild it VOU. more ; . .daope how you fill ths at.tion. . . . ci i - h... aianon tou un. "" raced tt!finelrt in the highest placee er. ba.ecrowned ihenmalae. w..b -o- 19 , fcaa äOMlal nr . 1 il IIa I - T 1 J U k . rinaiie.it ia nji neifiirj - - ' w . e-a--ww Riher be i.tent on doing preeent duty. See, . . - I th.trcu .re nrht no , mat your nean ia; T- 'T. mJ - a . . I . t I fiaSn IT UU IMn t HU. uiiii jvu I r .f,!, wit the J . aj.fc . - h.rraww - a . . no cii uui ui i iwfiMa,. e.pec ally thee, affecting th. f,ure' con..e for ,,- id. youog ma. of o.u.ation IkJ I II' C I C .. ...v - l t L. BJ if WVI Liemorars. , -llftt fm tHJ- enough to take ihe lrcuole,.. ..id . 5yUder " or you ore going direct to 1... a. f.at as y can. ...ta. v... m.e let this b be said of yoo.anJ yu are already half - . IU I IM. ' mined. A trifle will accomplish the re.'. Yoo know not . . .1. ... .it r n:w riiii wniir t'o-v uu vvr, . aa-a how solicitous for your whose tuou opinion ia worth haeing. ,. 4 bruddern " ..id a wageh col II V MY uruu iff. rati. i an wai. m-mwm . j anajojile. .; .., n i I .natalaaasTaat mI -e Gictioow..' ht roplta, rolling his ..... .L . eye. . waro. 63"A maa lately died i. Beaton from ily .1 ass . an easat j www growisf laf of a toe " '0 frj w.y ia ak. pupil of the eyo to be pi My'u'oder ht tled Keeaute LaJl ia coutii.ua A Contrail root,, vor! Ba'.v cruwing on your knee. While you eing e.ioe Utile di'ly, l'jtu your hair, or thumbs y -wr "et ,' Voud ou think it aua't pretty ! Tell ier, could,you? Ii you owned ' ike baby," would you? ' Wife, with arm about your nerk, t vou look jutt like the baby; Wants amue casta to make a rpeck," And yvo would refus hermay be! C u ! y u" sbou.J ywu! If you oaoed "ih .......,"' would yiu! L''e labor, little strife, Little care and little cot; Would you sign fur aiugl life? W'ouii i'U murmur at your lot! Teil me, sbou'd you! If yea) owned ' ihecottagr,' vtu'd you? Health and corn'or, cbilJren fair, Wi:e to meet you at the door, F'-i.l l.ea:U throbbing for ycu there; Tela me. would you ask for more! 8honld you could you! If you owned -the oa.y. ' would you! Some gramy old barhVor, in view of th ' aboTe, perpetrates the fol'.oaing, by way u It y bawling in the n'ch'. Wi keatou from a hoped for nap Tumbling romdat twelve at nh. To get the it'ie wretch atse pap; Tell n.e couldu . t w Sank it with some gu.to! wouldu t you' Hml leattiers. llien Hal tliuointbC Luid litis to thv neij;hlxr. o home and W fe in hoirid around; for ÜJC c,yA whifa5 (v0t Qf StKkmg down about her neelst Pvkew at you tne weekly bill faek Frost will ere long be at thy door For various and detected mealt ; j on tjy fit4Jg; ayo tilC bleak Tell me-shouldn't you I . J Tell that w.fe to -chore it" wouldn't yiot; winds ot winter will soon howl around Little pleraare litt!? ca-h ti ol little brata aboo Staple feedin? mn'tan haeh Future "fuddei" ah in doubt Tell me sh Hildu't you "Cuna" ycoraelf a bale! aooldn't vou! At the door your woman meets you, Voang cnee a I jih in one? yell, Tendeny the broonsetkk greete v. u. Don't you Wieb yooreelf Tea! Tel me.abouldL't yon Leave for California! wvu du'l yon! Pennsylvania Elections. II jo J M i:?a.. the People's candidate for SopremeJodge ia elected by a ver larg aimajorty ocr Hon Wm A Porter, Iii dem- a ,5.. iii'ocratie rand date. The Fusion ist aiao elec-. tied Wm E Krar Canal C.mnaiaaioner. The democra a fleet? Cngreavmen. an. hc oppoai.ui. I-, a gel. .of I tee the oppou non. Tbad Steve.. (Rep ) elected in :hs N nth ciatrtel, aisOJ. u.ancv ia-s m H the Eighth -strict b, J Schwan. vnti I.ecuir.a-on cen.jcra. The (o -ine are the oa nea of ik da nx-rt's .lected: T 'TV.Wl.wI u 7. aa ff 1 II I 1.1... 01. mm .. t IHlti'l.. I w . EJ- h abb,u. - 1 The Option haee . ..jorly ;n both I . l t I I .... r.n.c " v.T,.r p route Tltia - W e .re - a . A. .ami at. I a ----- - - g - T TT?- 1 lie 0. C VIUC tv neaa iawn- aa - a M . Ir ... ike Njt .pleasure cim., v. j -i r T1 saaw-aa ;.- t.ii-k l ... it f irr r orniu wvi o at. ww.--.--. ' ' " ,ain aah. aVe .'aVc. But we rear that the richness of our own foreete i. unappreciated . ( ! " manT. ""7 'r-' " 7 . ' ., Europe ha. only thirty. North Aaaerica 1 J f finlhe J-JJ JJJ t.eBty-wbil. Europe ' hM only fourteen species. KAT.-The late newa about the Taria , .... I. . nm m .V 1. Til. I ': feSiUOnk I tuimv ui ct,iin.. . w . Ladi.a cultivate ii. They are de- r,fe r vast quantitiea of butter. Mated . w rose leaves, and auch like. The Knpeets is quite corpolen.. wh.ch accooot. for the otyle. TLs foahioo arili be I. ere before long, tti ha.litwith A new em ia doae.mg -ww -btr girl, aill atop eoting alate pencilo and; d'- ,nJ eoaameace partaking hhernlly or jroaat beef and naked heaot. They wiUne- with the lak. They will exerciae. iney "7 ' ttoe wtthi.hperb.pa. cl tA Lealthv person lake, io about pint of air at . brtaah. He breathes n thou v - oaad time, in no hour, .od reqoiroo about A ..... . m . . t fifty-eoven heajabesdo of air in twenty-four hoot.. OWbat io itth.will keep i. ..y cli ata! Tb? occrel ol a wcaisn i ige. A CI Ml C I I, I I RAI,. Shelter for Animals. i Nothing joiyo U ttcr fur the eapt, Unl oti I nutliiii is tnoru Begtaetad, jtiian pnviJing shelter toatodk. I have s'en gHjtl t'artno in oM settlel patrii f the countn , tu itli ntrifoita!!o wiHiJtslOtti with pxHl harn fur tho 'toratre of grains anJ jrrassee; jcr- chatieu in the ham a stable, jrben Charlev, ami 6Hn, anJ 1 ub, jiuiIit uiily hear the sturtiH without; .l ut tietrer a shelter fur the cow that ives the milk, nor lur the ox that -Tve you well, nur fur the yonnjjeat jile that the farmer hojies autne day t rvalue a ruht troni. iaaucr, habt thou tVW aeen such an arrangement close to home' If it h thy m ihlior v Ii : thus ertiellv treats dumh auimali iy, ' to him, ami just, in the nair.o f John Smith, Sen., tell him that it will arrange a enujr rtrrat fnm tho jcok f r his eattle aud s1 ecpand hnßpt and chickens aud jreese, they will ay ilin fur it in milk an 1 hevf. iu wiul tttd mutton, in purk aul ;i's. in e-v- f . e a -a 1 thy premises. It yuu leave your brutes unprotected, theso bowlings will bo iuleful in thy ears, though you may be t" a niirht vartniy blauketed in a luwny '.K-d. Make your animals all mnu and cumfurtable, and theso winds will sing pretty boii-i to yuu, and lullaby you to quiet sleep and kasant dreams. Ind. Amer. Farmer s Omnibus. There are five po;inl of pure sul phur in every une hundred pouuds ul wool. t ' . w . i m i. iiiii rre I,,,f1nwt anil ninety -nine ottnds of lime to the acre; .n. but niuetv pounds. A cubic toot f arable land will hold forty pounds of water. It takes five jiound of corn to form ne of beef. Three and a half ounds of cookoJ meal will furm one of pork. To add one per cent, of lime to soil that io destitute of it. requires ten pound.- of slaked lime, or six unslaked, to the acre. Clay mill permanently improve any vil that is sandy or leaehy. Lime nd leached ashes will also benefit leach v land. A tii of fürest leaves produces only live hundred onnds ot mold; hence, five hundred pouuds of mold will pro luce a ton of plants. Clay applied to sandy land is far Utter than sand to clay land. Quo hund ed and sixty tons to the sere will give an inch in depth. Pure phosphorus is worth from four to five dollars a ton; and as it comes from the earth it shows huw scarce it is. A rich mold, formed by rotting clo- ver, i worth more than the same mun '-.r 0f ixmnds of claver. Four htm- i a i i e j i.Unt will vicld I lUndroa j, of moU r 1 wainp-muck, or pear, when dry, , , ... ML . Will Lake Up, Withottt dripping, lour times its owti weight tf water. Hence t.. ,,v.vj:!,ity i.f tl.o--u.'h drainu,:- Limestone land retain heat tint longest; black, peaty soils radiate best I . ., a the most raiudlv. constiitantlv cool - glH.tJCfct, and are first to experience i f ! EC Custom, though ever so ancient, - " 'thmit trttlh, is but U old error, and rlrtmJd 1 I - 'arled.