rVm the Dablin University Mugasiue.
THE I:VI:NINC. ST%R.
When the sun glide* on like a golden swan,
With his crimson wings all furl'd,
Till he sink in a sea of transparency,
The lake of the upper world
Then the spheresringa chime to the march
At the dying day expiree
And earth's guardian powers in their high
Light heaven's ethereal first!
An! I coms from my rest in the burning
The queen of the starry choir*!
My light is fair 'mid the dreamy sir.
The delicious air of even,
While the sphere-clouds around, in asleep
Are glssf'd in the, blue of heaven
Then the moon from alar, like a surer bar, I
Spans the breast of the* wareless sea
And theforestsdVp lie hush'd in sleep
As still as eternity
But every eye in the earth and sky
Is gazing alone on me
0, the West is blest when my diamond crest
Is set in its, sapphire shade,
While there 1 spy from thefoldedaiy
The tints of daylight fade
Thus might angels keep from heaven's
Their watch over all below
Through the idles* blue where orbs shine
Which mortals ne'er can know I
And lovers say that the orb of day
Hath not half so soft a grace
As I, when I shine, with light divine,
From my holy dwelling place
The blackbird sings, with folded wings,
Beneath the greenwood tree.
But 'tis I inspire with the burning fire,
For his eye is fixed on me!
The stream receives through its margin
Mine image sweetly there,
Till tho small birds between theirfoldsof
Oaaetin wonder at a thing so fair I
But I look most in lovs from my throneMOUNT
lOn the child at evening prayer!
HBtit when night draws near thro' the at
'As no other spirit may,
The glory's too brightformy raptured sight,
Andl faint and (hint away I
And I sink down through the dissolvingthis
Upon ocean's liquid wave,
Till eve ones more its sapphire floor,
With he gorgeous colon pave,
Then I shine from alar—heaven's loveliest
Love triumphing over the grave
Gentlemen of the Jury," said an
Arkansas itwyer, "would you set a
rat trap to catch a bear Would you
make fools of yourselves by endeavor
ing to spear a buffalo with a knitting
needle? No, gentlemen, I am sure
von would not Then how can you
be guilty of 'the gross absurdity of
finding mjr client guilty of manslaugh
ter for taking the life of a woman?
The following puzzle," was found
among the papers of a person deeeas
•d, and is supposed to have reference
to newspaper bills. It will serve to
amuse a few leisure moments:
ERU TUFH CUM
Au anecdote is related of a young
preacher at a city church, who had for
his text a verse from the parable of
the teii virgins, and in the course of
his sermon explained:
That in old times it was custom
ary, when the bridegroom and bride
were coming, for the ten virgins to go
out ami meet them, and escort them
hotrw—/los* of these virgins being
males and five females.
An Irishman addicted to telling
strange stories, said he saw a man be
headed with his hands tied behind
him, who directly picked up his head
and put it on his shoulders in the right
place. Ha, ha, ha 1" laughed a by
standi*r, how could he pick up his
head when his hands were tiea be
hind him An* sure, what a fool
ye are!" said Pal, "an* couldn't he
pick it up wid his teeth To the old
nick wid ycr botheration."
A Methodist exhorter, once a reai
dent of the Wolverine State, upon a
certain occasion bantered a friend of
his, something of a wag and a poet,
to write him am epitaph whereupon
the following was got off impromptu:
Here lies James D. Porter,
Who lived as ho hadn't orter,
But as a Methodist exhorter,
Was a. regularringtailsnorter."
Xoltajre had. a perfect horror of in
quisitive persons.. He said to one of
these pumpers Sir, 1 am delighted
to see you, but I gjve you. fair warn
ing. I know nothing about what you
are going to ask me."
A gentleman boarding at a hotel in
Boston, wishing to display his Latin
at. the breakfast tabic, and muling
the milk, said to his opposir.0 neighbor
Will you pass the Luteal fluid V"—
Haven't any of that,*' was the reply
"but here's the stump tall—perhaps
that will do as well." This milky joke
produced a roar of laughter.
This age is full of monsters who en
vy every light that outshines their own,
and who throw dirt upon the graces
and excellencies of others, that them
selves only may be honored.
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"BOSTON, June 8,1859.
GENTLEMEN :—The box containing the view
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der our thanksto oar friends of Red Wing and
(B&ILIL ARID sua. HZ,
I A N O E S
Red Wing,May 80,1857. 45y
N E N
Wonld respectfully call the attention of those
wishing to procure a good Cap, to his fa
cilities for manufacturing the same.
From long experience in the busi
ness, he feels confident that ho
esn suit everybody.
In connection with this establishment, there is
SHAVIN & HAIRDRESSING SALOON
Next door to the Bakery.
Aug. 18, 185». 168-tf
E A S O N
O 1 5 9
and Milwaukee Railroad
WITH ITS CONNECTIONS,
Forms the shortest, quickest, and only Direct
fioute to Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit,
Toledo, Pittsburgh, New York,
Boston, and all points
East and South.
Two ExpreRs Trains daily Sundays except
ed,) leave La Crosse on the arrival of tho
morning and evening boats from St. Paul, con
necting at Milwaukee with the Detroit and
Milwaukee Railway Steamers, and trains on
the Milwaukee and Chicago Railroad.
The Minnesota Packet Company's Steamers
Milwaukee, Itasca and Ocean Wave, leave St.
Paul every morning, (Saturdays excepted.)
connecting at La Crosse with the 12.05 A. M.
Passengers by that train will arrive at Mil
waukee at 9.30 same morning, seven hours and
thirty mirm'.efr in advance of the Prairie du
Cliien Route! and at Chicago at 2.15 same af
ternoon, four hours and thirty minutes in ad
vance of any other route!-
The pteinffeT* Key City. Grey Eagle, North
ern Light, Northern Belle and Golden Era,
leave 8t. Paul every afternoon, connecting at
La Crosse, with the A. M. train next morn
Passengers by that train arrive in Milwau
kee at 2.80 P. M., eighteen hours in advance of
the Prairie du Chien route, and in Chicago, at
6 45same evening.
TWELVE HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ALL
AND NO NIGHT TRAVEL ON THE CARS
Beware of statements made by the agents oi
the Prairie dn Chien route, claiming that the
distance by the La Crosse route is only nine
miles less to Chicago than by the Prairie du
Chien route, as they are false, and only made
Espeaal attention given to Insurance of to deceive the traveling public
BUILDINGS and Contents, for terms of
one to five years. The facts are that the La Cros«e route to
and the many advantages the JStna Insurance fCss vtvor shortest, and 94 miles
Company possesses in its line, should not be
overlooked by those ready to insure and un
derstanding their best interests.
«.« MJ»* P*. shortest, and to
ARE AT ALL TIMES AS LOW AS BY ANY
IW Baggage checked from La Crosse to
Chicago, Suspension Budge, Boston and New
U3T"No Omnibus charges in Milwaukee or
HP" Ask for Tickets via La Crosse, and by
IS- SLEEPING CARS are run in the train
caving La Crosse at 12.05 A,M.
%W Tickets tor sale by
MESEROLE & MoLAREN,
Agents at Bed Wing.
I. C. GEORGE, Local Agent, St. Paul.
JOHN CHAMBERLAIN. Traveling Agent.
W. W. WILSON,
Gen. N. W. Agent.
May 28, '56. 147tf
E I A N O I E
Illinoi Centr'l Railroad.
Passengers going to
ST. LOUIS, ALTON, ROCK ISLAND
QUINCT, FULTON, KANSAS,
ST. JOBEFH, MEMPHIS, NEW ORLEANS
Or any point on the Mississippi and Missouri
rivers, should purchase
THROUGH TICKETS VIA DUNLEITH.
And save from 24 to 43 hours over the River
Should purchase through tickets via Dunleith
Elegant S'eeping Cars Run on Night Trains.
Baggage checked to all importunt points.—
always as low as by any First Class
Trains leave Dunleith,
7,00 A. M. 5,15 P. M.
For through tickets and information, apply
door to Metropolitan Hotel
at the UNION RAILROAD OFF1 next
MESEROLE & McLAKEN,
W. P. JOHNSON, Gen'l Pass Ag't.
A. PRATT, Gen'l West'n Ag't.
E OLD ESTABLISHED
ROUTE TO THE EAST
Via Dunleith and Illinois Central and Galena
and Chicago Railroads.
Trains leave Dnuleith morning and evening
upon arrival of the Railroad Packet
from St. Paul, running thro1
W I O A N E O A S
Making direct connections with all of the
Eastern lines for Detroit, Toronto. Alba
ny, Cleveland, Montreal. New York,
Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Boston,
And all cities and towns throughout the East
and the Canndas.
ELEGAN S E E I N CARS
Are run upon all Night Trains, an advantage
not enjoyed by any competing route.
BAGGAGE checked through from Dunleith to
all points East.
PASSENGERS wishing to go through without
delay, should purchase
THROUGH TICKETS VIA DUNLEITH1.
Fare as low as by any First Class Route.
For Through Tickets and information, apply
at the Union Railroad and Steamboat
P. S. GOODWIN,
W. P. JOHNSON. Gen'l West'n Agent
Gen'l Pass Agent, Chicago.
MESEROLE A McLAREN,
Ticket Agents, Red Wing, next door to Me
MESEROLE & McLAREN,
STORAGE, FORWARDING 4*
A N E N E A
A E N S
E W I N MINNESOTA
ALL goods should be marked to our care.
Immediately, the owner will be notified of
Merchandise or produceconsigned tousfoi
ale, will be sold for Cash only.
CONSTANT STXVXNSON. St.Paul
Mo INTISB SBKLDON. Bed Wing,
BOTNTON SMITH, Milwaukee,
N A S O A O
April 24.1358. 0
WING HOUSE, TO RFNT,
apply to BRIST 'L ft PHELP8.
OOKING GLASS PLATES, of all sixes, at
Uly KXLLOSO'B Dsuw Srost.
The Eclectic ollege of Mediciie
I N I N N A I O I O
HK SPBINO SESSION of 1859 will commence on
the 9th of February,and contin
ue sixteen weeks. A full and thorough course
of Leetures will be given, occupying six or
seven hours daily, with good opportunities for
attention to practical Anatomy, and with am
ple Clinical facilities at the Commercial Hos
The arrangement Ofthe chairs will be as fol
J. E St. O N M.
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology.
Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy.
A O W M.
Professor of Surgery.
C. E E A N M.
Professor of Materia Medics and Therapeutics
W S E W O O M.
Professor of Medical Practice and Pathology
A N A N M.
Emeritus Professor of Cerebral Physiology and
Institutes of Medicine.
O N KING, M.
Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Woman
The Terms for the Session will be the same
as heretofore, via:—Matriculation. (5,00.
Tuition, $20,00. Demonstrator's Ticket, $5,00.
(Every Student required to engage in dissec
tion one session before graduation.) Gradua
ation, $25,00. Ticxct to Commercial Hospital
The Lecture-Rooms are i.ewly finished, neat
and comfortable, and in a central lotnlitj (in
College Hall, Walnut Street), where students
will find it convenient to call on their arrival
Tickets for the session may be obtained of the
Dean of the Faculty, at his office, No. 118 Smith*
Street, or ot Prof. C. H. CLEVELAND, Secretary
of the Faculty, Nt». 189 Seventy street, near Elm
l«0y JOH KING, M.D.. Dean.
Chicago, New York. Philadelphia, Albany,
Buffalo, Cleveland and Detroit. Scholarship
good through the entire chain of seven colleges.
CONSOLIDATION of Bryant & Stratton's
Mercantile College" and Bell's Commercial
College," now conducted as one Institution,
win -h is the recipient of an extraordinary and
Larmon Block, Corner Clark r.nd Washington
H. BRYANT, BELL, H. STRATTON,
Principals und Proprietors.
By this consolidation the collegiate course of
this institution is greatly enlarged and with
the improvements which the business experi
ence of the Principals enable* them constantly
to introduce for the beaefit of their students,
it is made greatly superior in all respeite.
First Freminms Awarded to this College
At the late United States Fair in Chicaeo, for
BEST BUSINESS PENMANSPIP and for BEST BOOK
Departments of Bookkeeping and Accounts.
Organized and conducted upon the COUNTING
ROOM system, the Halls oi stndv being fitted
up with appropriate Connteis, Desks, etc., as
in REAL BUSINESS, and the student at once in
troduced to the practical workings and routine
of business as conducted in Banks, Counting
Rooms, Railroad Offices, etc.
By special arrangement with the Law School
of the University of Chicago, the sessions or*
which are held in our College Rooms, our Stu
dents are privileged to attend all tre lectures
in this department, and to receive instruction
in this important branch of the course, from
the able, accompleshed and learned Professor*
of th» School and it affords us much gratifi
cation to be enubled to offer them these EX-
TRAORDINARY AND SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES.
„,, "SPENCERIAN" PEr MA. SHIP,
This famous systam—the BEST known to the
world—is our standard.
US" Circular and Catalogue of SO pages fur
nished gratuitously on application 10 the un
dersigned. BRYANT, BELL & STRATTON.
Nov. 12,1859. 171 yl
O E 1 A O E E
el W a
N W I S E O O O E O W
In accordance with the public demands, a
Has been established in Hamline University,
where young men desiring to engage as Clerks,
Merchants, Mechanics and Teachers, will find
here an extensive course of instruction in prac
Penmanship and Accounts, adapted to every
kind of business, and at less expense then at
any of the gas
COMMERCIAL COLLEGES EXTANT
Lectures on Commercial Law by the Profes
sor of the Law Department.
Call at the University Buildings before pur
chasing stationary, as arrangements have bee
made so that students with the proper order
can get the necessary supplies cheaper than*
otherwise. Terms :—For a full course—tin ad.
vance— $10,00. For a course connected with
the Collegiate course—extra per term—$4,00.
All letters, direct to.
JOSHUA AACRES, President.
November 12,1S59. lTttf
O W A A S S O I A I O N
I A E I A
A Benevolent Institution established by spec
ial Endowment, f»r the Relief of the Sick
and Oi tressed, afflicted with Virulent and
Epidemic Disaasc?, and especially for thcCure
Diseases of the Sexuui Organs.
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the
Acting Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with
a discription oftheircondition.(age.occupation
habits of iifc, &c.) and in ease of extreme pov
erty, Medicines furnished free of charge.
VALUABLE REPORTS on Soperniatorhoea,
and other Diseases ofthe Sexual Organs, and on
the NEW REMEDIES employed in the Dispen
ary, sent to the afflicted in scaied letier enve
ops, free of charge. Two or thrae Stamps for
postage will be acceptable.
Address. DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON.
Acting Surgeon, Howrrd Assocation, No .2
South Ninth Street, Philadelpha, Pa. By
order of the Directors.
GEO. FAIRCHILD,Sec. EZRAD. HEART
E O O E
The subscriber is now prepared to fur
nishthe community with every quality of
ALSO, SHINGLE AND LATH!'
On theverylowostandbest terms, and will take
WHEAT, OATS AN CORN,
an« almost every kind of O E in
exchange for the same,for which he will allow
the highest market price. So bring alone your
produce and carry away the lumber, all ye that
want a comfortable home for yonrselvss an*
families Wx. FREEBORN,
at the Upper Mill.
Red Wing, August 21,18*8. 107tf
Architect & Builder,
his professional services to the peo
pie of Red Wing and vicinity. Contract*
for building taken at the lowest rates, and alt
Sessoned lumber constantly on hsnu for Doors,
Sash, Blinds, Ac., and made rp to order.' Ifis
motto is re and let Live.**
Shop on Third street near Hum.
ed Wing, March £6,1859. ISStf
•.XTANTED #25,000 worth of Cash or Pr
twee for the stock of Goods at FOOT'S.
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