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A ( . i j: -r- ' ' v. vv. ' V.fi'.'i . v "A ir-T.-rr' 1I0BBIS,& .WILLIAMS,, Publishers and Proprietors. PUBLISHED EYERY WEDNESDAY MORNING. TER3ISj fl.50 per AnnniD. b Ad?S2, WOODSFIEI J), MONROE COUNTY. OHIO, AUGUST 12, 1857. .i-. " .' ' " 1 . t 11 - ,r rr ; !-Ll . J L ! . I ' I g; II ? , I I I S I J . "N. "N. I I .II I S .11.. II. .. II III tM I I I I I 'I 1 1 ,11 .1 I llll I I ll I I . V -ftyV -.: r. .: ... : IT : . - - 0 kV - :f, -. .. , r : it r'5 2 . " :-;f.x i lis- it ' j lqveD THEE OTStCE. ' '"f;i;'--;', ; AU-i''-i.' ' " . I fetftJieel'oWeiWilR when7. f heat was free from guilej, "? i When purity was nestled in ' The gladsome, wiasome smile. ' i; When faith and'hope thy gaardians were, Down time V resistless tide ; 1 v ' "WheoloT p4 truth rtogether were i j . Attendants at tnj side, I4ote& thee once, bat it war when ; rtUTethHdVe-,'ld'ner- When ell thy actions seemed to prove ' Thy. heart was all mine bwri.' . ; When, on thy finely' chisselled lips" ' . A pltollfe'b? jieejlcoine played j ,, . , ,d .When thou would'st chide my tardiness '""'tThjihiageyrom ipy heart, , i e i-.rti And to their fountaiq backward, send J'd The burning tears' that itart ;lx '. I I cast aside the' chain et)love. .i 'i Which bounjdjinylheart to thee, I loved (thpe lopce, but now, but now 1 My eett is once mere free. ' , I never thought that in thy smpe Tht;nhikanottirpt the flowers fair". r -TntlHrt JflVtionV wreath r' " v, fU Buf now my eyes pierce thrQugh?theani6thSch the fort stood, -when he suddenly "Which ronnd mv heart was cast." i i pauSedtitid cronching down Ottliis hands '''irkt..'uAAak.w nn',r m :1AvtrfA he iiu yyu. vmu .v.v.j Tb buried in the oasr. .. b- ": "' "SlJ 1 T-t ill r Jt I "r Cnt'7ri - -.J? t r A Tale 9? the IFrpntier. . . - . f . TT "f . Tf H.rons and Iroquois WMUiext mbute our friend Death "had m I a KAmaAicmtf vera nice rrraoartiA liiCf. I v' to make themselves vjery.disagreeable dis neighbors ; to ' the f j3ritish;aud American eU&'a'::in?dfth tty northwest brtions of JTew York state t-33"Tfench by their encrOachment'on ie ironner, aau tae luumus ujr iucir uu V mjrc forays and savage barter to all : were tvjlM. VS wf; ul , stop. iMhesaggfsiTe .pro C??d!.jfVQm.eoaS b0d ' :-S kM "5 '" ; T ?n,t ?."t a pok ECenry Iunes, wiOi jjompany of thirty; men,; was ordered to oceu?y email outposvoriogtort, wmcntv., - -? (,,u;nftfniH; !.. Ei?li4aT period tood;. within a few mnest fKStt :the- north -fork of -thet Allegheny IIitrtfisr arrived safely at their quartersUi , T,,. .c.:,,.;.:--. P 7 . : . r . . . .. - -. - i-, . t- . trfLiUe.companyaet abouVrjghtiDg.upi. . . , nrnmise. ' Hiat . the oldposttonake it as comfotUble as f:.l.tnd UBempg skill as a marksman, had -Jt "-s j 'O " " - ?!?! , jfcm of-Death. - But WitK whatever JZZ..-3 lai.naitwuwB.pp.wu w mui f.!s skUlrhhr disposition ertainly W f. wmto- no such terror spreading fcpi r ' -t7" , 1 1 , " tt th4 company,! twi Im ryA my directions implicity.-, Ku 'I ionceiore frea. -.iu- f j ,..fi-w-.lrkifg -tt-sUsV'-'iald ' the fill.;: ;K v . 'i t-tC1 UftTWO.TCt. 6Ba;l uVt thioOiU let ybuave Ut i : ot t-MUtion, whde the atnetesgdance : atbis Jtimev, hedjon f4 w . ' , . 8 A. v. .-.i : -vt,.:r i--. I -Jn' about' ah hour's-time' answered W Among Ae. Tirgin,ianfiemen whq had iwejate(iDeath.C-a u. ' "H " V.cf lift iha fnntrarv tpp a thA varVll , - - "L t i "vrr tV ' " - V ul .u ce- while the neyer failing stock of game which h.? skiU enabled himtoppthe mess ,taoie oir we. omcers , wun, .not : out recommtnded 'Tiim to their ygoddjgroc'es, '.'..; r - b;5.f,?1? ?mingL .:..:2,:whl0h Otherwise perhaps, hemight. . ""i. &e company naa. , tf fort?linor tta?. x miwBoiuiwrjp. T t' I' I t :'c f WM The long, and: short ofthe i5!ra caiiM iarm" noase.'some'xnreei i . . f ;ii i'-a foVtrthefe lived a certaia amiable qualities he hitd never J -:r8.'-t. An tcrender" tlmielf'BiilH 3 ccrainr)hfhefa Ha dftyondrjdye't ;"pt td jretoe; , : Iisath was invited to come again. by rimer Ctanhope, wndhappiededUd be " f...j tle's-'ae parisf as the father of our 1"' tdCwe' neeL scarcely say that the : ii:.:ticaJ wM jboth 'eBgerlyvand jpyfdlly i ..llinds'ppfti-u irctttace : sfctl J permit, complied' wit. 7 w.The secpod ..week after this occurrence ' took place, was marked' by tWa 'events tT-lch. though both affectinr the welfare of tl3ittiecpmmun1ty'at the for'Verd ot r -Xclierent degrees of importanceii . t - 3 rst was that Death had either sad d;i!y lcst all tie aill as a marksman, or t! .5' tie g&iae had removed to a safer and distant neighborhood, for jthe om cc;j, Jirfer had been found sadly wanting , ia tb items -of woodcocks black-Cocks, - tl' second and . most Important of the .$ wq crt5ViiTrta .ithatvriiu rtfoiar snccession, ficrictiae'.s Had disappeared from the CZtrgst left liu, wihut leaving1 the slfgt- est trace to elucidate the mistery of their disappearance. .--;; This circumstance struck such a dread into the breasts of the company, that no one could be found willing to volunteer to Uke the post well knowing that it wonld bev only like, signing their own death war rant to do so; and Col. Innes, not wishing to wilfully sacrafice the lives of hi men by compelling .them to go, enjoined double caution to ihe remainder of the sentinels, and left the post unoccupied for a night or tWO.-'X i y tt. '--j i TW(fot three reconnoitering parties had b'eeitf dispatched oF round the neighbor hood jn.the hope of finding some clue to the my stery, or of bbtafning some intelli gence of the riemy, but they had each of them returned as wise as they started, with no reward for their trpuble; save weary bones., it .. . . . , c Jt : was on the. third night of the deser tjon of the post, that our hero, Death, was returning ttf the fort, after paying a visit to Stanhope's farm. The moon was up bat "her fight was nearly all obscured by the dense mases of clouds which at every few minutes were-driven by a pretty stiff breeze over her1 face?-while the hugfr trees, now alljn -full leaf, cracked and groaned, and Sent' Aheir tall ' forms to "and fro,' as the heaiy gusts jrnshed". whistling in among - their, branches. H VA 'At ? C )ur uero uuu aiipruacneu wiuuu a nun dred yard ofthe determination of the for est .that skirted ihe r small open space in and knees crept 'cautiously forward a few j . - . ..4v. .. . , ; . i i".:.r,T tr? j for several minutes, .he stealthily again re Und plnnging into .the . forest , at a, -point considerably lower than where he had In- tenaea to leave it oeiore. 'Cot' Inne sat reading: alone in;nis.pri- yate apartment, when an orderly" entered Ani4 fnfirmail htm thaf And At tKa man urfch; entered, , and made , his , best ; bow to the commanding officer. ' -si---7 ' , :; ' "Well, what scrape have you "been get ting .Jnto now?' said the Colonel when he saw ww U9.yitsuur was. ; - vr; , tJ fa;or. ;a , , . r u8ncarit," 8aid the CoTonei; -and vtwill then see what we can do.'V ? - . 1 WeU ColonVit u sim j au'j put the -rifles' under my wdcrsV 4ig amUetme occupy the deserted post, I W not poly cleat, up the mistery ofthe -ppeJ 0f the sentries, but make the b08tTenabIe for the fuWn : . , , ,, ''.L.:a ; lfx1 i -il'Iguess-: Colonel,". :answered Death, l vnn nan npnpr pt. mn nnvp. rnn ttuii iliili J. 1 1 t j i 1 V . . . 5c necessary i nrriiu , m thai, wnii f j.n.n stArt whpn van 9 ,.A ..... ' m.rA perform aU'thydaave-prosed arid on, to repent haying humored . - . Camubcll's - UVa JwiTv - If rr n- v.fi - V-r head strong ypuBgt-Scotchman, who ba3 jr.-, tLilhY tnrt. la i-iuddei4reak of .daring he i volun onteered to staiid sentry at the fatal spot MV'zjar;A s.'n.Vfi,, L ra6hne8SJ wiUt : j i .tu,,., ' .M n-fii '00 imnt ttnlieppWached theeserted post U- mnoritrilv nlactd nBder biB orders an qour, alter iiis cuuversaLiou wuu v"1 had been temporarily placed under his orders are gomg to' do affair, is simply rroanois :thaf 5 tmaifcircnm vented and car- ried off our four men theirrifles. e d IS o -shooting them with .Tfl-iiii-htJ'aa'1' I- wkrf rttn'rninVtd't'ni foH suddehiyopghIheaf'd theound bf seyeruoice.s, jandi.cr.eeping, pn.my handsj and -knees to wards; .'the ispot,-got nigh enough to see and hear thai about a do-sra'Iroqridis'were i then and there arran ging .their plans '; to "surprise the '' fort to night intending to steal in npon it by the point which' their cussed deviltry had ren dered bo, easy of, access.1 -, I ohly stopped Jong 'enough to learn' this, when I hurried pff to the Colonel, asked him; to -place you at my disposal! .and here. we ,arev, I did hot say a word'to him abont what I had jejafned being determined that if possible the 'rifles' should have all the honor of ex-' terminatingthe varlets, v And now I ask yauare ujilliiig ,nd, ready td follow my. orders;.: A;i, 'fl..A,v.'-:i J,-.. ' Eyery man cheerfully answered in the affirmative; and with' quickened pulses' and t r win ten you wnat we sanguine nopes, ine uiue company again moved. forward. ;; . t - i:.-n x ;The? post fconsisted 'pf ' ,4 -longj narrow fpace bounde4.'on each piddiby ja rpeky, inelving bank;-while its extreme end was Closed id by tbd -dark : apd ' impenetrable IPoking - forest. The bank "On each tide ' '''"" : ' :: ." .?;;:.' A. ..c- of the pass was thickly covered, with brush and underwood, and among these Death now carefully concealed his men; taking care to arrange them so that their fire would cross each other, and bidding them not to fire nntil he had given the signal; and af ter they had ( fired, not to stop to reload, but, . clubbing their rifles, . to jump dawn and finish the struggle m that manner. With steady alarcity each man took up the post assigned him; and in another min ute the spot presented the same lone, still and, solemn appearance it bad wore pre vious to their arrival. ., The little company had begun to grow very impatient,and Death, himself, feared they either ; rued of making the attempt, or else had : changed their plan of attack, when suddenly his quick eye . detected fhe form of one .of his crafty foes issue from a crouching position from the deep shadow which the, lofty trees threw far up, the Pass- : . , ' : "Three six nine twelve thirteen," counted Death, as one after another they emerged in single, file from the wood, and, with quick cat-like stealthmess of move mient, advanced up the pass: their rifles in trail and their faces and bodies rendered still more hideous and ferocious looking by - the grotesque '.markings of their war paint. Onthey come, swiftly and silently, and ull unconsious of the faie that was in store for tneia.'t.... . ,, r ,. : " ; , ; The foremost1 of the band,' whose com manding stature .wolf teeth collar, and eagle tuft, at once proclaimed him as the chief, had' advanced until he .was directly opposite , the bush in which Death was hid, wfien the latter with startling dis'tinctnees suddenly, imitated Hhe cry pf a, night ; owl, ana uiscnargBu ma nue.. ... . r..- Eight of the Indians fell by the volley now poured in upon them; but,Vstrange to say one of the ..five that did, no fall was the chief that Death, had. aimed at, " : This unusual event was owiugtd'tta folloy'rn caas'e: the branch of the bush oh .which he had steadied his arm in firing, liad sudden-' Yielded at the moment he 'discharged lis piece thus rendering harmless his oth erwise unerring aim.. , , , . . tTtterinir an imprecation at bis ill luck, Death sprang down' the . bank w4th .the restot his companions, ana wun one uouuq, reached'' the side of the Iroquois chicH 7 Th.9y grappled and both ,fell heavily to Hie trrouncL.ciaspea in. a ieanui euiurace, anddarting glances, of savage lmtfei . at each other beneath their knitted dud scow ling brows. ,.' J - " ' Keep off J? 6nonted Death, as he saw one or two of his companions in the act of stooping down to assist him, 'Keep on and if he masters' mei let him go." Over and over they rolled, writhing and straining, but seemingly neither obtaining any advantage over the other: At last the "head of the Iroquois suddenly camejn contact with the point of a rock that pro- traded from-the bank, stunning him so that he relaxed his vice, grip " of Deatbr6 throat; and the latter; thus released, sprng ing to his feet finished bis career'by bribg- ' . t ' 1 . . t. r 1 - . cf . .1 '1.. 3 i. mg ine ueavy oreecn 01 nis nue wuu sieuge hammer force down" oii ' hlrneadU&i'Xi'JB '" The remaining rfo'ur" Indians" had'b'een likewise dispatched; and the victorious riflemen (none of whom had received any wound worths mentioning,) ' now- 6et - np such a shbttt of triumph for their victory,' that the echoes of the old wood rung with' it for minutes after.. csi tu v. r'AsGol." Inries ; had: promised, .Death was 'promoted to the vacant post of Lieu tenant; and now, dear reader, ?re beg to inform" you that bar 'hero and -the uncom promising' veteran - General. 'Morgan, t-of revolutionary notoriety, were onavu iiB same individual. i ' About 5 a - fortnight after Uhfs eventful night Stanhope Farm became the scene of as much mirth, good eating1, and dancing, as could be possibly dispoFed .."Of1 during twenty-four hours; and' although wethihk twill be almost1' superfluous to do so we yrilT add,- that the cause of 'all this "merry making'; was the marriage or the oeante bus Hester Stanhope to XieutenanVHenry Morgan !SJ ' J,i-; ' y '--v ' Which r is the ' most trying, to a jvoman a reenooru pin servant, jjiri,tu a'VtoVe that Von 'tfiraw! the, day she'4 ex pCher' day;ja Mis? McPermottjuBt' jrdm ;VtK'a--Va; i'A'ilt i ' 'An', do you manethitJ- - - .' . Certainly if I did nbt tcdAnot have ordered you to do it and be quick Jii f "T Misa McDermOtfc, obeyed ' Ordersl about half an hour afterwards Mrs. . resdmed the conversation.' ' ' ' I "Where's the tea-kettle, Bridget?'' (In rna nmnAv s4- m 'o m f ' i .7ln the dinner , potf 'Ye? ma'am, o Yon told me to, boil; '.it, and I've bad it QQ to sca,4 fr aD hour. i Mrs,. Jones could bear no m ore. . - She had a rush of blood to her h?ad, and went into a swoon? '. The last we saw of "her she was being carried up stairs, in Van ;.arm chair. : a X'"r:'' i An jrisnman. who uvea in an atic, being : asked what part., of ; the house he occupied; An&weredkMit the house was turned topiy korvy, I'd be ljviij' on the first flu re." What an Infatuated Young Man. would ' do for baa Lady Love. rr , For thee I'd climb Parnassus high,'1 " And there. I'd scan the weather; " I'd wrench the rainbow from the sky ' - And tie both ends together. 5 ' ;: r For thee I'd apple dumplings make, . ' -'And stuff 'emfull of plumbs; For thee I'd castor oil take, ; , . .':rAnd then I'd lick my thumbs. " "... i ... For thee I would my boznm tear, And then I'd wollow in the dirt ; For thee I'd pull out all my hair, ' ;' And then I'd tear my shirt. ' 1 : For thee I'd meet either joy or care, ' Commit any sort of folly,' And then I'd coyer thee with kisses rare. "'. Indeed I would, by golly. ' ' 1 Praise Your Wife. 5j ' i Praise your wife, man; for pity's give her a little encouragement;" it: won't hurt her." She has maae your home com fortable, your heart bright and shining, your food agreeable; for . pity's j sake tell her you thank her, if nothing more. She don't expect it; it will make her eyes open wider than they have for these ten years; but it '"will do her good for all that, and you too. - There are many women to day thirsting for the word ofpraise, the language of en cbnfagement. Through'-' summer's heat and winter's toil they have drudged uncom- nluinintrlv. and so accustomed havertheir- fathers, brothers, and husbands become to their' monotonous labors that they 190k for and upon them as they, do the daily ri sing of the'sun- and and;' its' daily going down.' ' Homely everyday life may be made beautiful by appreciating its very home liness" 4 Yod know that if the floor is clean mauual labor has beenJ performed to make it so.1 -You know that-' if you '-can take from your drawer a clean shirt when you want itjSomeopays nngcrs nave aensa in the toil of making it so fresh and agreeable so r smootH'and J lustrous. jJ. Everything t bat pleases the V eye and -the rsedse;. has t 1 ". i -a'j. '.: --Lliu. i :i .t ueen proauceu wy consiant wurn, uiuuu thought, great xare,' and untiridg efforts: bodily and mentally:3 . . :r j It is not that manymen no not appre ciate these things,' and feel ji glow of grat; iiudefoflhe'n'umbertess 'attentions bestow ed upon them, in sickness and health, but they are so selfish in that- feeling.' ; They c(on't edme out with a hearty, :Why hdw pleasant you make things look, wife; 4or, 'lam obliged' to' you for taking 'so 'much pains!'1' -'1 They thank the tailor for giving them "fits; they thank the man in full om nibus who gives them a seat; they, thank the young lady who inbves ' along : tn' 1 the clohCert-robm: in short, they thank' every- tody'and everything out bf doors ' becouse t 'is the custom, and come home; tip their chaira back and their beels dp, ' 'pa 11 "ut tiiejiewspaper, grumble if wife asks' the'fai tp take the biby, scold if the Jire has got qown;'jbr, if eyery'thing is just tight, shut their1 mouths with ra'mock' satis'faction.'but ntnr eT.rn hr 'I 1 nun lr' Vnir to'her 'rthanyou-'" J.!,J I tell vou what, men, young and old, If you am dui snow any orainary civinty to . s. t .1 J '1 7'J, Slli - waras tnose common articles oijiouse-Keep. ing, your wivesj;if iyou -give the dhebun dred and sixtieth part of the compliments you almost choke . thetn, with 1 before they were, married; if you would stop the badin age about whom you arj . going to have when number one is ( dead, (such things wiyes.may laugh at ; but . Shey sink de'ep sometimes;); if you would -cease' to? speak of their faolts, however banteringly, before others, fewer women would seek for other sources of happiness than your cold, so-so- affection, -, Praise your, wife, then, for all good qualities she has, and you may . rert assured that her deficiencea are fully coun terbalanced by your own, i-l Oii i- ,r i;) A .Yankeb Talking -LjoHTrfio. An engine on: the Pittsburg. Fprt Wayne and Chicago Railroad broke down recently, at nine oclock at night, nine .. miles . distant from a.station.Tj The conductor went . on foot through the snow to get another ma chine, v telegraphia operalflrpn-pne ,of the car8, named otager (or course, j; an kee.V hearing the cause of the detention, got out, and taking, down the .main; .-wire from. the. pole, alongside the track cut it: dofteoy.the distress or the .train ; tq j;tae lttspqrg and jirighton stations; and put- ting..one of the btass points to.his tongue, 1 read'the answer that an engine should be immediately sent,-and then talked off this il- i -I-'i ' ! -1 1. i '.'?' l'j"! 1" ' J Si" pieasant iigumiog 10 nia anxious ana, uu patient fellow pasengerst i - ; ...,- Impudent Questions. To ask Van ,.nn niarried lady iioVr old she is.' ' "!" : '' I To ask a lawyer if he ever told a lie. , i' 'Td-iask a doctor how m'auy persons ' b as killed. . , , ? : To aska minister if be ever., done aiy thing wrong To ask an editor the names of any. .of his correspondents'. i To askra merchant if he ever cheated a customer., , . ' V,' .'V, j To ask a yonng lady whether she would like a beau.. , . i 'Tb ask V subscriber whether J be has paid the printer.. '"; J AX 1 i - A? wife may be lost, and wd may marry again; children mat die; and '6thcrs ;can take their places; but we rari have but due mother,''' h m'tv hm-ui-:;u The Late Gov. Marey's Quick Fercep- Hon ana JBluntness. . ;- ...-. We see going the rounds of the papers some anecdotes ol uov. Marey's keen ness of. perception and his bluntness, al. most amounting to rudeness. We re member a case of . this kind which once occurred in cennection with a former citi zen of New Albany, Mr. Henry H. Green, who had served in the Mexican War, and was desirous of -procuring a lieutenant's commission in the army. He procured the highest kind of recommendations as to his, qualifications and worth, and, took them m person to Washington. He was ushered into the presence of. Gov. Jdarcy, the Secretary of War, who, without look ing up from the sheet of paper on which he was writing, asked him . his business. Mr. Green briefly told him, and laid his "papers" before the Secretary. Governor Marcy ran over them, and raising up his head gave the-applicant a glance for the first time... It was but momentary, but Gov..,Marcy remarked, '' You have got but one eye, sir!'', and with that resumed his writing. It was a fact, Green was blind in one eye; but not one-fourth of his intimate daily associates knew it, so: close ly did the blind eye resemble the perfect one. But Green got his commission, and is now creditably serving his country in New Mexico. New Albany , ( Indiana) Ledger, r. 'l'.d ... ' . f Qrapliio Description of Jerusalem. ; Thfe Jerusalem; correspohdent' of the Boston Post graphically describes the ruin and desolate condition of, the Holy City.' He says:;U ;S8 ,rivAl The women; clothed, from head to foot in white sheets, with their faces concealed by a black vail, resemble so many ghoule's jost risen from their subterranean abodes; -more especially as thcy.have a great fancy for cemeteries,- where they daily congre gate to, howl. Iso sound of youth- there afe no boys An the streets no sound j of wheels --there' are " no " cafriages--thel dogs,. mangy and wolfish; snarl and"saap' when you disturb them in their-daily work as scavengers; and make the livelong night hideous "with their Contentions--the;very uirus uo uoii sing, out cry 10 eacn oiur with a dissonantJchirpor cfomplain with a! harsh mnrniur.' .From he' horrors'' of, the citv.- if we' Pass to' the environs, we uuu nougni outuure rvuh.;) arouuu stones apd dust beneaththe bright sun, reflect, ed from every object; burns into the, brain; no grass, no rtrees,r no? green' thingthe promenades are cemeteries-thc Beats' are whited sepulchersi y 1 1 ere have been biirieU whole generations of 'Jews; 'here ar& the bones of the Assyrian, the Egyptian,; the Chaldean,-5 the" - Persian, - the Greek ' .the Syrian,D the :' Homan, r-tne "Saracen? ; the Crusader, the Turk. . In ; fine, 'Jerusalem i. '" nnnrtit -but ' -tt''' hpnn 'nf mnlrlprimr bones and .shattered houses:'1 , - ' J' . . ' i ' '1 i 1IA l I I i..- - I ;:o .iu -Low Necked Dresses;'' ,.-n' t . . . . . : ! .The' Penh sytvanirins-were -a wise did Iset of people, and were distinguished by ilheir simplicity wisdoni' addv'irtud. z 'Dne of their old laws is a pattern in its way. It'sayss';-r"-v-'-;' ' 1 ""That if 'any white female often years or upward should Llappear in r ariy public street, lane, highway; church, court house; tavern, ball room, theatre; or any other place of public resort, - with naked shorn- ders, (i. e. low necked dresses,) being able to purchase necessary clothing, shaJ for feit and pay; aftkk of no lets than one nor more 'than ' two hundred dollars. " ' - This was amark of the wisdom of the men who framed the laws' of Pennsylvania. 1 The closing clause of' this law,' however,' reads that "for -the purpose of distinguishing between Virtuous women' and notorious and unchaste" women; the latter could go with their' shoulders naked; thus exhibit ing by their exposure, a sign of their pro fession, serving at the dame time as an advertisement and a warning.' What do Our party going people think of this law? tT We ifind in most of our exchanges the particulars of a trial recently' had id Scotland,' wherein a Miss Madeline Smith was' charged' "with 'administering' ft- lOve portion in the.shape of ''arsenic powders tq her, lcrver, a young atid ardent Frenchman, with Vh6nV she had ben on terms ; if not pf affeictioiajj it' least borderirig on jnti nacyi1. The young felldw had1occ4sional sick' spells' after visfting' His 'mistress'who: ased'the poisdrions drug to efear herdom'-' plexion. Although 5 circunistahces were" strong - against hershe- having found a more eligible match, ,an4 was exceedingly anxious; to get back .her love, letters the jury. acquitted berr t i;s.t ts Westward her, course ; of wandering took iU .i, ty .::l.V.7 ,l.t In'SiIO 1l it.'-i'-iiii... and' created quite a stir, in our east, te hear that she was. abont to arrive, in the United States.?- - The rest of herbistofy is in the future. :t The sooner she changes, her name,, end 6iuks into the obscurity of.' an' other, tbe pore lure v will she : escape the notoriety which .could not fail to distress apy but tntttrpng-jninded who seek it; and to which class she seems to belong. Quite a romance was stirred up, bat there is a great oeal or common-place, in lurituo. Statesman. - -.-. ,.- i n-y.i '.jo ,u .. i I r PTAt polite young lady recently Jis-i serted that she had lived near a barn-yard, and. that it, was impossible ior her to sleep in the morning on account of the outcry made by a 'gentleman hen! ' , .. , , Tor. the Spirit of Democracy.; PROFESSIONAL TIJACHERS We offer, the. following consideration upon this subject to those engaged in the business of teaching,, and to such others as may be interested in the, cause ofj edu cation.. That our subject be under some arrangement,, we. will consider it under the following heads : . . , , . ' 1st. Does teaching rank among the learned profession? , ' . ; ,' ' i 2d. -What are the means necessary. to secure a higher standard f teaphing? aqd 3d... Ihe result of the highest grade of . teaching npon the human race., ,Then ' 1st., Every man is expected to be in terested, in his own. calling., s,He must think as well as act. . .While the law, med icine and divinity confer gratuitous honors npon those professions, the teacher has no such resource to lean upon, but must make for himself, a .character which the msig nificance of his . profession, cannot confer. True, . some teachers have . attained high places, by superior mental powers or great exertions, but not in virtue of the calling as a teacAer.-the mere nams of, the pro fessiori only tending to retard his progress. We may set up a claim to public regard, but the claim isdishon.ored s If the claim be honqred, it is a fayor to the individual, and not tolhe profession. , ,Thia is mani festly wrongg-When- we consider, the magnUnde, 4the Jmportanc.e of ,the, , work assigued the teacher, the very name should thrpw:around himsufficicnt Imp.ortancpto sccurp a .recommendation ,at' least .as val- dable ashi. services,: j Ve jieed not pause long for j a solutign, to; this.; iuxculty. jV"ery.mauy, pretending jncpmpejt$n per sons have always-been, engaged vin the bdsinessof teaching; ItU.- JrueV; they may pass a moderate examination, and. are certified acpprdinglyj . bnt. whei we reflect thatta jarger .number ofnourirteachera, are finners,. mechan ics,. , ': artists, loafe rSiand rainblersjwbo wnhqutny.jf.nowlfidge;pf teaching, 1 take school, itndeel no Ll . A t . A .L - ? " 11 ' omer interest uui, wieirjr f aaiowancj, it is not, stfange-thatajfidse estimate i fixed upon fthejprpfessjipa pf:Tcacbiog.T.iA line phqaM'ba:4fiF9.ei.FPrX and unworthy., ,The merpre.tendef wonjd then lall backTapon ;eveljtdapteato0hia capacities, and be rewarded commensurate withrbis-ntalenta.. The qnalifiedi-2.teacber simultaneously w.hjjhi8 disentanglement jfrpm.the dcadweig'fet p theotSjer, vould 1 1 1 A t . 1 . . standard We must not forget to notfeelpegion The Indians report having ?Tr however, .that-thercAara-manydeserviug youngs men; engaged; i-teacljrrfg M'3 part of the State, who are far from being remunerated for th'elf fecrvides; whilfe'thefe are others engaged in the business of in ferior qualifications! for jj'd 'other purpose than ;tof answer; A temporaryHdeniand for moncy'-twhq haye- np, itympathy ifar he business, nnd-'iio Intention tafollow" itibr any ; considerable timf. -'Our strictures most emphatically apply to the fatter clasdl tin answer'. Id the tfrst pioppsoni e,may.t infer that teaching does no ranK, among the learned -profeasiddsl &t . fx-lrjia . nO . We will bow ttd(iceftbe! sedond propo sition, .what meana'are necessary td'secure a ;iugher tandar4 of (fehmgt.V In regarding teaching among the. learn ed professions weJdo not; mean an jempty name an aristocracy of loafers but - a tearned,: devoted, "ious corps' '6frteachefs, wholly - givin ujfi to ;:thd? wdrtwhdse minds ahall be-free frbm; all-Other caresV and who atthV same-timmnsf oi TibeW ally remunerated; a But maBy tax: payers in this county1 'doni plain8 of bigh'J taies tensiod-of 'thirburthe tiwthey inUlBdd that avvefyes'm alt anrodnt Of the burthen Originates ffbm ihd tuTtlon fund of the State. Take'dne'xlample'i Suppose A's farm dmouots tO $2,08 9r the Stateolevy -for -tuition Would be $3" per annom,TJ it we add the "utmost Jimtt or taxation for tdition;' we have; for $-.000 State levy $3; township levy $4--t0tal per anno'ti.: .V7 . '.ht:-Vtt;ir' tW iii5 1 . There-ire' several townshfps"-in "thfa county that have made' no levied fo i con tiimlogi schools-seven months' in the year and rest npon the State appropriation." tt is a fact thai this codn'ty diins from the State; tuition fund,' about twdndndfdd'per cent cdpon hr Jpropprtjon- of. the aniSj levy f or, .(tntj purpjose. f avetj ojrrfrmcrs com plain ;that tley pay I'JTtns,. in, the form (Of tawsAoattribating itita tne;in.-i crease t& the tuition fund1 s3 -I tcaiU. .' .1;.,,A,Jr) ". -!. ,1!, ..'!v-tr! Where ;tho 'State' does, not wTsh'suffl- cieni iunas iot continmng scnoois ecyeii months' in the year, it is made the datv of township boards of idJcattontd inakt aa additional levy of any amount not Vxcercf' 9 ing two mills on the dollar, i By taking A as a standard, rwe"hdve the following : V Monroe's p'roporiion of the State levy t3L inu uuuu. per ucuu gaiutroui oitu o Township levj.-i- . V. ; 4 Total . . . . .. flS Making only 1 actual 'payment per aa num, ISfluK ihdefiunoiHbitoXebdGs I l': ' "Were nations to embati in the earn ".. of education tdt the reoetnptlpn of Baa kind, as they-have in that of Sfrar, for their ;"' destruction, the darkest chapters in .the history of earthly 'calamities would soon be brought to -a close? Bur- wheWnnlU have been grudged for education millions " have , heed, vishel "fox, ywit.';ii'ijs$ mated that during tb6( ' yeata precjidiitj ' the general peace of I8I5,the tn.ai-I-'. liable snm of .thirtybilKonaof 4cUn txi, Kaon Awnin1dv irt'eirnali AkltAi t,'a ' themselves christian. A The' earth ; itself V: f could not be pawned for "so vast aanni at this, were there any pawn-broker!s ofScs which would accept 'sucb a pledre. '.' Were . . ' ' -..W. -."..."rfr i -AA-..J,-.a . it to be set up at auction in the pre?ictf . would not sell foe enoegbto payiUKsrll ' bills for a single century. orJ?. j Let the intention of, the 4aw be fnlaled, : :. and we may approximate tlg$nIrdrT7 ' teaching not hitherto known in this coun ty. iTThe .boards' bt edubationiEivf t j power or, wielding an influence if?o5'tt: subjectfthat would confer upon Xhi HtiJy and future generation's lastiti gojwt'aT : We will nolipe thethird. analast prop- - osition.jrThe -result o thj highest grade , of teaching uponl the'iuman';racet 1 X ;. We arapilgnnisXoinotaer a3 stafe-pf existesQe-passin'g rapldrjo-Jt tomb, (While 4heimmortal principle i$ tioed te enter, -eternity, with, such imprea-j Bions as are made jn Jife,. Mnch "of the ,. eternal state -of man will depend i opxroxj'e manner, ki which hebaa.bRene4aeatti:f tti3 world. The educated mind bectta! . tnorooghly: Tmpreed-witB the beno- nee and wisdom pt .the Creator jo-. Cm , epQnomyfhjgcaJi mTkM. bYw;alv pro5idewer-7 1:4Z&&:. quently" ld-shsceptiiile ? of .n fcfehdf tiief i - 1 !vvl cui.i'.7 I A YeUow Cub Bear.,, " Ariosity.in thaanlmaj kjcgdfpsrfas been brought to Green-Bay: Ic i3 -a -yU-low cub ibear Captured by; tha InSiiJt IS? the vicinity- of T. LakeL Supenor, imt$:&l; tbevgHt to- bu a cross' between zl bro bear ot Asia' and the bola f taa;ilr?3T a nuge oear(oi xne.same epi?r, i .. ge aa wo coni'mon black bears' ; Of ihe cub iilThe letfgth of hiir gth ornis prowseu&is mwa? . . . t. -A . ... ' ' fivce,,i3man blue ye, y tno5c4f faV , uuu bid aouiomrcai vuutnes' prT-in,. tJt in' out miDU.'to havedodieid . as a .r' Of imgeniture,r5o b the -first bww legitimate descent that ever navigs3 hdReritate of Existence, whenHherenjLrs : e(fucate3oifsTphi8rja v lectual. natures. .... PESTALOZZI . BehrJng'Stai.succelsfuDy : W;r:i"i4,v.sii.i taa'?u CtJtli ia. aii a d '. ) speakvng, pi toe enect oj Jnterjnarji among blood," rrelatfons, -,PrmnjAh f -"' ; . In this county; in which we .were rai- edfor:twenty?igeneratiohabK'tit!?a families of great wealth ahd.reipeeUtiIitX . have istermarried-ontiK tTaereeaBnot be foaM'fn''lnre $oWaZiWtM. tSSl. man or woman.'bne hasore eyes, at ' otheV.scrbTttls,' and U third 1i aa iiidtf : ' . fourth bjind,' the fifth baody-Jegjeditixta) ,. With.a.j beajj iabout jihe ai:Qfnrjy jrith not.oneof the uniber efempfrora -physical delTects of some' kind or other, j Diamond1 Cfcr DIASionik trI ( patent "safe?'-sharpers got' iold oThs4 powd greenborij yetetdaieoftfyft the hotels. Jf hom 4hev traoxdinarily verdant thatcagtioa on IFeir par was'eniirely' laid'aside; 'reeH? ready enougb'togb it blinddrffbelf ISJ bnt bis wife- ha' all tisj.cey wand kil kanied.a,goodj pretexfcyto g7Ui!piS& V her. So he borrowed aigohlwatplkTcf! A: sharpers, in order VoVshdw 'tq )is 'wife as a V desired "'purchase fetepped oat of anOthe ;ddor-Lanil ilif. few haye not seen Mm. sinee.-J tS.iSmiM T , j r'i i. ..it: 4 .??.&f .it&l9'-i j JTXon . decoyed aeeo mind, Betsy," said a despairing lover ta jfcWabti'ass.- : VytAl, It can't do you much harrii-3 dhiift ; ftwas ,'anVaniazlng '- tmallpTece yea bid, V dnj.T?ayi'?i "8tsj,4ris8 lit aifeta':-' 7tr' aohn"said'a dowif ealfgtfn? A ier beaW3' yduave-etBpSylnt? v distresses to me long enough ; I.kaat jnw -to. know what. yonrfeii'n ar-fi'I V on't,. :mean . to . be kept U , trp?me : mn rrr - ' - . : . . the BiarahallapPjOAtejljbv Governor IV---,; 'V' (6sod;.jBiakes'WpopW V: - A' -' ' - - - .' - IVlIehat IktUafwotKldcJJ 4:.i uZ;A A i , Should read the news andV!er'..t' VV . '"yZt::AAAAA'A-:AA"-i:'A' A: i iA ; i I - j. , i ' i .v i i ' ; '; ! .' ' ' A ..... V " 1. - i:V,.i Si' ii' ", 'V ;-. -'rv. . . .