Newspaper Page Text
1 i : 1 f Ik 1 1 11 U. II; M f ii f Bifff'
j ; " ' ...... .... ... . i. -' ' 1.4c. - . . .... , M -f " ' ' . W Y I I III J i ... 1 II I I V IB IV I II ' ! ft II Ml , -w All ill & II III - I I f-- I m. W I x I I 1 1141 I.J 3 I i hi j M...J 4 TEb!mS$1 '50 A TEAiSV..' ''... . . - .. .... .. 1 ' " ' . T-r 'rr - r i 1 ; WDLUME lS-NO.. XADIZ, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 183L 11 , . V Sentinel & jfarmcr. i PUBLfSHKDBVERy WEDNESDAY. itLLfcN. ,, . A. QIUS. 'WD, . I.1IN ALLEN, GILES &; 1JLAIN, EDITORS AXlt PROPRIETORS. TERMS -OF SUBSCRIPT"!?.. --. ADDRESS OF THE state ctwritAi- 'pinm rrncfi, .to Tina . . . , PEOPLE OF OHIO. In less than one month you will be called upon to decide upon the constitution which tievonvenUon iiave submitted to vou for approval or reieetion. Tli at. dpiMuiim alimilit ffc7 One dollar ml Kftr rpntu if ilurinr lie made n-ifh onml- nnA .. TV for the election of Senators and Rsnngnn- 'm. . . ... a.arainauon 01 uie at'lectst the old consti- uure mere are common local in Any person procurinr Ave reipoi.rible Bitori. I tutlon' and tlie improvements made in the ter lo Ibo Sentinel, will be entitled to a copj foi.new 7. " The srstom of apnertiortroent is another decided improvement on the old constitution. 1 he principle of apportioning the represen tatives is hied and permanent, and not wa vering with the ascendancy of political Dar- Tt. . " .. vita. . aik, iMtircutauves are Hrmoruonpn among the counties every ten years. The Convention did not tiiink it right to destroy the unity of a county by dwidiiu' its territe. toe mme length of lime. free. THE "LAST FAREWELL. The New! England Diadem tnves ids read crs the following teauliful stanzas, which ' The new constitution .was framed' bv tlie united labors and mature deliberation of the ablest men in the State. It was agreed upon niui unparaneiea unanimity. Ot the hun terests there should be a common represen tation. Upon this plan and simple principle the Convention have acted in framing the apportionment system. Some have said that the apportionment in tlie constitution was not just. The vote in Idred and ciirht members who cnmnnaoH Convention on the final adoption of the were suggested by hearing read an extract convention, tourteen only voted against its; """nt snows mat it was more just of a letter from Capt. liase, civina an ac count of the sickness and death of his broth er-in-law, Mr. BrowwiQwen. who died on hts passage to California, We 'have seldom met with any thing so painfully interesting in f very line, and it will be read with J'teary eyes'.' by many who have jost brothers fath ers, husbands or sons, on their way to, or aitertney Jiaye reached tlie land ot Uold and of Grave. , , . , , . , ; - .,.! i1 , f . -. Lay up nearer, brother, nearer.' for my limbs are growing cold, And thy presence seemeth dearer, ,.; When thy arms around me fold; . I Am dying, brother,' dying,.. Soon you'll miss me In J-our berth; For my form will soon be lying i . " ' 'Neath the ocean's briny surf. Hearken to me, brother, hearken, "' t have sometliing I would say Ere the veil my visions darkens, And I go from hence away; I am going, surely, going, ... 'j But my hope in God is strong, I am willing brother, knowing, . ..That He doeth nothing wrong. Tell my father, when you greet him 1 3!liat in death I prayed for him, jPrayed that I again might meet him, ' fin ajrorld that's free from sin; . .Tell myjnother, (God assist her 4 Now- that she is growing old, ) 1 Say, her child would glad have kissed her, , When his lips grow, pale and cold, i Listen brother catch each wliisper, ; iTis,my wife I'd speak of now, ; Tell, Oh! tell her, how I missed her, M ; ,-.Whon tlie fever burnt my brow ; '.Tell her brother, closely listen, ' -;' l)on't forget a single word, ' ' " ! That in de'atli my eyes did glisten, , ! .. When the tears her memory stirred. ' Tell her, she must kiss my children, . ,Like the kiss T last impressed, ...... Hold them as when I last held them, ; t( Folded closely to my breast; Give them early to their Maker, ' ;;;Putting all their trust in God, '.: And lie never will forsake her ; , ' Fyr Het has said so in his Word.' ,.; 01 my children, Heaven bless them, They were all my life tome, 1 Would I could once more caress them, Ere I sink beneath the sea; v ,'Twas for them I crossed the ocean, v What mf hopes were 111 net tcB,1 ' ' 'But I. have '.gained. an orphan's portion, ; Yet He doeth all, things well. , ' ; , ' n'.l V..:. ,:. ;i'!'ir,- Tell my sisters I remember, s , i. .; Every kindly parting word,; ,! ) i, Arid my heart has been kept tender, ! ' By the thoughts their memory stirred; ,TelI tbem I ne'er reached the haven, , j' - Where I sought the "precious dust,", . But I have gained a port called Heaven, Whew tlie1 gold cart never rust. ' 1 i fUfgc tiicai to secure an entrance, ! '! " .'. Tut. flwy'U find their brother; there; , ; iKiiUi inesus and repentance " , , 1 ' Will secure for each a share, ' -, 'Hark? t hearmy Saviour speakino', ,! . Tis, I know his voice so well, . .Whn t am gone,, 'QUI don't be weeping,; J . Brother, here's my last , farewell.rv iv.. l&if'wiasfasot Gen., Hugh'Sraffy; & twit . Gen. Brady on being toW he would Ike rtui a short time, .raised, . himself Avifcis bed and eM'iimWM iiir.Mttb, drum beat, final adoption. Men of all parties and of fllan apportionment made by our Legislature ill ;Ma. f. ;. . ,. . .: .. 0. Too much legislation is prevented by requiring laws to be general and uniform in their operation throughout the State. The provision which requires the vcas and navs tlie merit f the new frame of government. jtobe talien on tlie passage of every bill, and The onestian is! TWn l,o a concurrence of a maioritv of all the muni tion reflect and. embody the wishes and will ! xrs ot'1 Houses necessary to thoenact- of this people ? Let us examine : jment an.v aw be equally efficacious 1 . The evils of the election of Stat nffWis. ' in preventing hasty and inconsiderate leL'is- . . v . . - a by the Legislature have lonor hnnn nnnnnt 'anon, tn (l.lo S!t.,f rnv l i rr .i every diversity of sentiment concurred in its provisions. Ihis very fact is no slight pre sumption in its favor. But your decision should not be made upan this ground. It should rest solely upon to this State. The people have .carnestlv desired that the election of all office, should be committed to their hands. Thev are the II - ' source oi an power m civil povornmenf, Tlie inscription on the block of mar ble which i to be given by the State of Io wa to the Washington Monument is as fol lows: "Iowa Her affections, like tlie rivers-on her borders, flow to an inseparable Union." Some ten years since, an old Dutch man purchased, in the vicinity of Brooklyn, a shil' little farm for nine thousand dollars Lastweelj, a'bt ofland speculators called on him to "buy him out." On asking his price, he said he would take -sixty thous and dollars no less." '. ' "And how much mav remain .ion bond and mortgafe?" "Nine thousand dollars." ' . '.. "And why not more" renlied the u-ouU be purchaser.. "iiecause der tarn place ain't worth any more.' use in it will "Dow, Jr." says there is no popping a question let it alone and pop itselt. It ivont do it. who Afte other fellow popped in ahead f Mm, and 'of the children, commencing with the yon wonthecrirl. ; ,i , , . pc t tliOQ . ., . , . J , ' . sir, u means no such I It vmvt do it. Once we knew a fellow ( only thirty-three years if age.' o tried to make it pop, but couldn't do it. 'Very well,' madam,' puttin ter he had sparked up the gal to tits, an- figures, just as you say.' Now' er fellow minnow in nl )Aa1 xif l.tm anil nf Krk Al.1.. . j . "Only Thirty-Three.". A census taker going his reund last full, stopped at an eleirant brick dwelTmtr house. the exact locality of which is no" business of ours, lte was received by a stiff, well dres sed lady, who could well be recognised as a widow of some vears standing. On learn ing the mission of her visitor, the lady invi ted him to take a seat in the hall. Having 1 1 ? i. . . . : . . . o arrange", inmseii into a working position, he inquired for the number of persons in the family of the lady. 'Eight sir,' replied the lady, 'including myself.' ; ' .t ' 'Very well your age .madam?' ! 'My age, sir replied a lady with "a piercr mg dignihed look, 'I conceive its" none of, your business what my age might be--you are inquisitive, sir.' ' .-, The law compels me. madam, to take the age of every person in the ward--its mv duty to make the inquiry.' ii 'Well, if the, law , compels you to ask, I jjii-Bume u compels me yy answer. 1 am be tween thirty and forty.' -"- f i J . ' . i presume mat means thirty-five..' ;A 'Jio, sir, it means no such thinr I am 1 i .. ng down the tor the Bre9 The World's-Fair. ' We find in theiondon Magazine, twenty fanciful definitions of the Great Industrial Exhibition is furnished by as many differ ent correspondents, Some of them are stri king and beautiful, while others are amusing for their quainrnexs : The works of all nations in one volume. Tlie harvest home of thirty years peace. Brittania giving a tonvertutiotie to the world. ' , I he new public house on tlie highway to rjenmeni. , ' - The glass Live of the world, with industry for the queen -bee. ' A novel thought, formed and ghrzed, Jor 1 .villi VJ Il-ilU. ' ( The world's omnibus., travelling oil .the road to civilization. 1 . ; A monster forcing house for the arts and sciences.' , '" ' ; , ' ", ' A laudable attempt to mate -tfn ;W world ramily Inends.' '' The New CoMUtutiba: 'The St- 3airsvill Gaietto says: t I... has been nunored tliat -Judge -Keaaoa and ' Mr. Peck are opposed to tha t)onstitu; I Uan. ,'e fo Muttmmed o TliatltlHi..u, not trae, and tliat both are warm. dvooata .tn of iu adoption.?'.. 1 1 : -. t. , ,i j:,.,, -Air. ieck is one of the leading Wluga of "i Belmont, and ' entortmu the opinion, that -i t bankers have as good a right to be taxed milt t tlieir capital in vested in banks, as farmers in f their farms; stork, Aci, and so will say a wry" 1 large majority of the laboring portion of the -i: Whig party ail over the ikoUs when Uiey - come to vote for tlte New Coiunitulion. ui .,nr - i-fJUway$: Open.? 7-' 'LTt ' There is a little provision in the New Coni" stitution that some overlook, bnt which is"4 giviag much satisfaction to-' persons In the habitf settling the estates of dieir friends neighbors; ' The. prtwlsion to which w"tJ i flr. JS tllul. AID 1'hi..li 4t... ll .t rA which reouires tli Prohnto . Court to be kept ALWAVH OPKX1 f.mJ! A net spread by the mistress of the seas I wljnstment of business brought "before' "if V 9. Evey constitution is the result of com promise. It was so with our National f!nn. .. . . . : . - : t : t.-it. siuuuon. it is so.witli the proposed consti-1 uorenso wow once said ot a errasp tutionof.Ohio. Jlvcrv man's notions nf th lng avaricious0 man. that if he had the They arc the governed, to them alone should ! P1-0106 ana aaty of government cannot be ! wno'e wor'd enclosed in one field, he would be entrusted the selection of the officers by;rea!'ze(l' Whatever imperfections there may :not content without a patch of ground on ...1 . l . , Wi in flirt nmnnpiil Annc.;.';..;:An Al . . the ntltsiflp fftr rVltu f lino In vujioukuuuu, uieyare e-, : ......"vo, . . f , , i-i ... . .. .. .-n i j.ij.j. til Z Z. it afoest ea"eef- l, A lawyer built him an office in the 'Zrl? Thenovelty ., . 1, " """""w me structure attracted the attention of 'Ann-elinn L'rowth in population and wealth mav eve -1 T..:..i i. ... . , 1 1 . ft?8elmtt - . ... r :uii,o iiimral nno were passinor dv: tnev teen. , . 'Angehna favorite whom that government is administered accordance with this clearly expressed wish of the people in accordance with the fun damental principles of liberty, the new con stitution provides that all offices, Executive, Legislative and Judicial, shall be elected by the people. . At yanous times, in both branches of ueneral Assembly of this State, there has oeen dimoulty m effecting an organization. For weeks the business of the State has been delaj'ed by an'equal division of parties, and ute reiusai oi either to give way to the other. Time and money have been sauandered the public interests sacrificed from the ab sence of nny provision in the old constitu tion, by which an organization eould be ef- iected, and business dispatched in spite of pariy prejudices ana party pride, f or this evil the new constiution has provided a com plete remedy. The election of a Lieutenant Uovernor, who is by virtue of his office, rresident ot the Senate, will secure the or ganization of that body. All factious delay is also prevented by giving him the casting vote in case of a tie. The organization of the House of Repre sentatives, is secured by requiring the mode of such organization to be prescribed by law. 3. Upon tlie subject of a public debt the new constitution contains the most salutary 'provisions. 'frxperK.nae'has sliown that there is an ahnostlnevitable propohsity lit tthose n i,(.i4n" i'uisuu, wiairfi, uj jue itivisu in the expenditure of the public money. To protect the people against this lavish and un necessary waste to. secure them, in the fu ture, against an enormous public debt like that which now impedes the growth and prosperity of our State, the new constitution makes ample provision. . Tho General As sembly is prohibited from eontractinir debt over seven nunored and tilty thousand dol lars, except to repel invasion, suppress insur rection, aeiena me state in war, or to redeem the present outstanding indebtedness of the State. . i . . ; , ..! -..;..- , ,-i . '. , 4. Under the present constitution the Gen eral Assembly has been in the habit of exer cising judicial powers. At almost every .session, mach of the time of both Houses has hoen devoted to the discussion of questions oi divorce, uie puoeic money and the jiub lic time have been spent upon a subject ex clusively private. The new constitution ab solutely prohibits the exercise of this power. '.'The General Assembly shall grant no di vorce,' nor exercise any "judicial power not herein expressly conferred." , S. The evils which have resulted from the want of circumspection in Krantinir corporate powers have been sensibly felt by the people ihere is no reason why corporations should not pay their debts. They should not bo dis tinguished from individuals ,in this respect. The creditor's rights slwuld be as inviolate with corporations as with individuals. , The simple question is: Shall the poer laborer, who has m good faith, with tod, and sweat, constructed some public 'Josephine, my jonngest, is ten years of I Ke. 'Josephine pretty name ten ' " , 'Minerva was twelve last week.' ! '' 'Minerva captivatingtwelve,, 'Cleopatra Elvira has just turned fifteen.' - 'Cleopatra Elvira charming name fif teen.' . i ' !- ; ;!;. .l:-: .ixjf pr iteaM pom 1 ft.n ;! i )Let U;e drnht heat, my knapsack is slungi tt hasten jk)' joiri the pale ranks' of the' dead. '.Thesignal in battle I've wekom'd wiien rounr J.JL'lii Iff '. ti . ' i,n timm n MW jJflwr, ieei not a dread. is ; eighteen,' sir, just eigh- ope. A vote of three-fifths of both Tlnntnc t..u , VP . '.',v. ' ! .' .. .! ' : - - of the General Assembly, may submiy WThSdi? M' ITV 1 amendment to the people for their rejectii 1 WcPmJZ I '"a' ,ft"d ly ma,med ghter, or approval. If a Majority of the electors CluThtrX Annaboph,a, ,s a little over twenty- l-nln ft.r cl, r.nA ...! :t t. . . ,',f . " .... ..vu.vu 'UI!. .vw .vj. .-..iv. jiiuuocu niiiciluiuuilL. lb ue- AO tn nw proposed amendment, it be comes a part of the constitution, and thus the "What do VOU vtiinrl ilmrn f..r lll-n n..l. funrmniw evrnono f ftn rrt....t ' i i 11 . r . . . . v. ...iiiiv. 1.1 r 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .r 1 1 1 1 1 . L-1 1 . .1 .1 . . . . ..... . . .. . . ii- 1 , . , . in.ouii, gn.uijj nbiiiv utnee uo you in he five did you say madam?' to catch all kinds of fish A pollinir booth, at which will b ed votes for Peace as representatives of the T?orld. ' ' ' - " ; - . the r The realization of Napoleon's idea,' jMigiisn a 'nanon oi shop keepers,", , .. a caroling island thrown up, b. a brief space rrom the depth of the ocean of progress. People taking : pleasure surrounded bv 'pane. ' ' ' " ' j-' -' . A 'j)ubhc t'xpoeure jot. people's business and atfairs."" ' - ' M The cradle of peace wherein the ehild T.f Ml I , . . ' . . - " war win oe nusoand to repose by the lullaby of Labor. " " " 1 1 ' A trrand overture and melanne by Prince and executed by ao unrivalled band, composed of all nations.' ;' ; The latest and mostoonular Knrvnlnrwrll;i of the Arts and Sciences, written by the people, edited by the Prince, printed by the uuKsneu OJ me s- will be prevented. 10. We might dwell upon the ample pro I take it fur a church?' "Faix," answered -one Twentv 'Yes, tir.-X Is there anvthin-' remarkable 'P.rus8 ft!? Timy. Hndubf t uvm oi hum wv t jr v - iuuuu m usrwij Knowieajry. , ' ) 'Well, no, I can't say there is, but is it oi tnem, u was not remarkable that you should be her moth vwiinc riulii ftt miTJT ..... ' ti i .... . . , .....u. ,,s uuuiiu iimu utui i nc i nit iiimunr t-rt ti i r ..... .1. 1 1. . 1 speak of the enormous amount of lerfslatton , C 'Z " L." "'" m8 flUaQr v0? T only ,yht year of age' nntl mm,mn m...t!. . i.! : ADout that time the census taker was ob I " "J VV1 UUI (VUUIID HI UU I , , , ' I I , . p. . , . , created W iinmil lav, m:i.t t.,.i 'MMter. lend me a sli n' sa d n hnv ' KU ' u"Ji out, 01 menouse, closely I w, v ..w. u. J III XIIILZMIV CIIIUIL'U . " . 11 1 . pur- It was the last time bV L'eilCral lilWS we min-lil. onlnrrm upon the prospect and benefit of reform in to aweaIty gentleman, as the latter our laws upon the improvements in our 1.1 o " carnage criminal code, for which the new constitu- ( tion Provides, and linnn tl,n l,,Dv.nt..K nA r ., j. r,u, a,m. , . j - . . .. . ..... consequent economy in the administration of uau apples when lie was a boy.' "iecumuons nave oiten been indulged in justice, which the judiciary system wi'l se-1 . illle s,lllnir came out enlarged to a half aooul "o ongn that is, trom whence came 1 1 1 1 1 I ,1 ! . . .. .. ; sued by a broomstick ' , he pressed a lady to give her exact a"e ;' What claim have you on me, my son?' . 'Cause,' was the rejoinder, , 'you used to Origin of the American Flag! cure: , dollar. 1 In these respects, fellow citizens, the new constitution is a real substantial imnrore- ouented r i nicBt upon the old frame of irovernmeiit.' t , irv shantt '. tt is to be regretted that there should be was arreste any opposition to its adoption. That a new I say! MurderFire! Tomrs! Gridirons! Rrim I the idea of the stars and stripes eomnrisini' A irentleman travel!,,, nn nfr..: has att oppr-l road in Maine, and passing solita- l S? ? nited pedigree o-y or l,in(rle- vi, - ha u " ?nmSM HOTiuy, wilt I struck with d by a loud crv of 'Hollo tho J "i0,.",1 !n a. nM,m.ent'. ! the at v, aouiiuii- jujuifMiuu ine uatf -ifii cmrT cons lumon is neeueu and desired by tho stone! Hello!'. and a man was seen rushing 7 ' e .1 "a V a,mti"l 1 ' 'iis i--.: ti People was sufficiently tested by the fifty in great haste, wearing a leather apron, but C . "ll '? 1l 0eoT c'ntl-,The FrOg and the Chestnut BritJhe' thousand majority in favor of the Conveu- without a coat, and ftloaching tl e travel-. 'Hl1" r'1'' ,'. ' M,o,v vnl " ' VWmBUM. tion-'i , .y ............. ,1: ,.. er. --( ,t ; : f J ;' . - - h 1 he pedigree of General Washington, tra- " ' Fw young man,, twenty-one1 - A great work, illuminated with thn rrvu, tal of eartn, and the gold of Heaven; em bodying a Prince-like thought, illustrated by the Universal trust and" talent ef twifeed man; to pursue, and catch th.. the philanthropist of the .world come from the .remotest regions of our globe?" f , , In the same .Magazine are. the, foljowinir deflinations of "Moral Courage" by various correspondents; ' --i . .it " -. : .. .The soul's guardian angel.'" " "u ''' ihc only invulnerable armor. Boldly clutching the uettles of siu." a ue nan wttnout "which virtue totters . Warrant Officer to the court of Conscience rfThc buckler from which rebound 11 ur rows oi temptation. It is needed and desired. Let us then, fellow citizens, rally to its support. Let not its salutary provisions be lost by a supine ... w. . JJI U U.T ll,lC U VUllR,tl(.ULIUll 1 . commensurate with the wants of oursrreati1 g. L we1usP tlle and prosperous State; . 1 : : ,' . S. MEDARY, ,. S..D. PRESTON, J. REINHARD, ' ! S. W. ANDREWS, ,' THOS. SPARROW, , ! Democrat! State Central Committee. aiiis is a vasi, improvement on the v-rescnt system. Under Uie existing order of thingts" ;! Executors andi Administrators 1 must awai3 "t the regular session of the court (sometimes " four and five months,) 'or encountre th ex-rf pense and trouble of ttdled court. After Probate Judjre shall -haw been hnsen. thi difheulty will be" avoided,' end persons frora;i any part of the country ean corns' to town,''! assured that their business can be trausacfr ed with promptness, and without addifiofil! criarge. Oito PulrvA. t , '1 -oiemarJcable and Interesting "i ' Jrrovidence."-' - A Washington Correspbndt-nt of die BaliJ timore Sun, alluding to the lamented death , of Rev. Dr. Duncan of Baltimore srtysi . 'The recent desease of Rev. John M. Dun- ' cwi, in your city, revives the relation of an ' interesting incident ill the-early life.; On her passage from I reland. the vessel in which ' t young John and his famijy were passengers,' ' 1 was cast away, t For some time all en board were thresitened with death ' by famine. ' " At length, lots wen' cast for a human Victim ; 4 to appease the pangs of hunger " Th lot ' " fell upon the venerable grandmother of that ,; ' noble boy Mrs. Margaret Duncan. UnT"'t willing to resort to such" a horrid 1.n4o .1. .. -1 - 1 . .... . me snip s company resolved toosfpone tlw'" dreadful death for a few hours." The 'hQpe."J less period again arrived, when lots were ''' again east for a sacrifice 1 of life rtgain th" lot fell on the same lady.-' By common eon-" H sentanother respite 'Was1 grantetl'and W'"' perfect agreement aihi'rd iiiW,:the ordeal .' i wasto be passeib -Smnat to tell the tlvird- '"i time that old ladyswas doomed to fli6.JA'' onei space oi tinie betngallowtdRf.preari-l!"i tiontho jtimis wonitin, perfectly resigned fJ r i;ue, niaoe hic vow Unto the Lord; that he would avert 'the ticndmu- blow? rind i J 4 , . ... 'Oh, I'm out. of terbacker,' 'irnt .1.... ..V.....1 If b lUM- ' -.. : ! 1 . burn. Lord of the Manor ,.f Wcl,in. 5.'I The less physical force or menacing the county of Durham, England. From him Massachusetts'.'., . Mr. W 1 had a dau'di. I tl'n,l!le in 'm,r f'ls name and educate and An. I 1II...:MI..J l. 1 1 4.. M. w . .IIVflFdfif'aim nn.T...l ... ..Ml n . . .mCrCVKtlVfV thn Mhlrifi. i.lvrvin.i.'t i-,l I, . 1 ""uiiibu.-u uy rnr. uwiic fliapieson-,"'' 4 ' "oy noum we wiu cail fanul, I ' : . ""'"i""7 w; um i rtpiica nt, carries back his desie'nt . William aZ t.- as hired to-work on a farm h,. 11. v .conseemte herself more fully to hiS-Wi-i- t HV nr, , , t((BUNa) x v t . - 1 m.i . t . r It . 1 . , , . v - ' , 1opk Eworoii. At a late disunion festi val in South Carolina, one.of the toasts drank was this: , "A rope to every northern abo litionist." A Kentucky editor proposes to amend, by attaching a southern disunionist to the other end of the rope ; and he thinks Kentucky will furnish gratis all tlie hemp necessary ior inc wnoie operation. , A Good To.i t. At the St. Patrick's eel ebration in Baltimore, the following was one of the regular toasts: ' ; The Union a tree of majestic growth: ' " Woodman, ipnt t-i,l tree, ' " ' i Touch 001 a iult.. bough t ,; , In jouth it rlicltcrcd uie, ... And I'll protect it now!" .. , . ." . XiT Ladies' sleeves are now madeso tight as to prevent the dear creatures from laugh ing in them. , ... .... , , a man of considerable note as a banner in.""1 wn ll,c'"' a?rirt ttt v;iWrt ' erct i 1 ' Massachusetts. Mr W- ii .i....'t. 1 temple in honor ofdiis name and educatA nd ... ... - 7 ! "jju. 111111 t - - -1 - 1 -m uuuu 1 f , b., less, to take an ex- descended John Washington, of WhitefSeld ter ttntl f .hired .girlr. both ubout eid-hteeni"1 W' if 'ir tt!i 1,1 "cr Pwer her grand- ' ' re scold our children 'm the time of Richard UI; and ninth in de- yi",lr8 vt J, anil Daniel, being of, steady!8"1 , M' 1)t,n(l"n. Tr tht4 ministry of th ' liet we shall common-' scent from the said John, - was George, the' turn' was 1,ot lkative enough to suit their fe'P1''- 1 ' '-' " :''u ,; a v' '" ' iiincy, ana alter trj'ng various plans, and jC5The narrowest escape we ever heard of was tliat of the chap who crept through imnrA'l'amnnt ew rich corporators, be the losers? This is the a broom-stick. t.;...l ,j:....i..j' e ..ti .. .M 1 . " and every hohest-hearted man in the State L-F0';.0 tlmik hat f ou can make r iIhiik i un, fir Tiiir irnn w ri.r jh mtn t . . can give but one answer to.it, ,r tr ' , ' i "P pressive word, when we i ii ' . . . me moie order and ouiet we shall common- scent from tho said John - u-aa u,,r ly secure.' 'We have seen a family where a first President of the ITniti.d Stat,... ., . ;. fancy, and after tirinrr vari,.iw i.. ..j 'that prayer was probablv heard-A.r single word, or even a look would allay at The mother of John Washington, . 'who trit'ks without success,, to as "tliey said K f 1 Af "PPrV'l the deck : to rendertip storm., The gentle but firm method is the emigrated to Virginia in 1657, and who was raise W ideas, they caught a laVre Awr and I , ,,fe'' ' 'rc8 n,wft' ' Hineed ' th"- best security for domestic peace. I great ' gRind.motlHr to the General, --wtw Put ' into UnnWa bed., . t j welcome tidings 'Sail OP 1 A vessel -hove , 1 An Irishman trying to put out a ga8'Klimo! Wngs, grand-daughter to Francis, h . On going to brf. he soon discovered ;tboJ sht-emte theirlH d 1" safety light with his fin.rers, cfted TouV "och nfuA 8JeCond EmX ot She was tl,eiwh,rt:ikb10UIt8,?fl"s comfortable bed-fellow, I1 7 " ' edPhiladelphia: -'-'' '" . . . Mo ' " 4vl .uif. Iliur .1 .1 .i i .i v . .. : ami l. i . i ? 't Ih flint nttvy UAM -n . - r ; . . , ui-suuiiuiiut. vtirouL'ti ine lalv iiiinfimr.i i""-i;u ms iroirsniD outot t ,i u-liwt,.,i. I v"j -m-ritica DTaniimother . i"""'r"7 new yow. - tm Bccamo der, the devil a wick's in it.' . descendant, through the Lady Hunting-1 n(I Pit;hed his frogship out of the window iton, of George, Duke of Clarence, brother of' an1 ncvt'r afterwards betrayed "the least si.r 1 v.i .i ur j .- ii. i i ... ..f In., .il. i . . .i o .. -''ereare mree or tour things which' King Edward IV., and King Richard III ,t Knowledge in regard to the trick. , moro wca hnstian; she erected Oiil"'1 it looks very awkward for a woman to do by Isabel Nevil, daughter and heiress of, Abtmt amonth afterwards. Daniel found 1' h"ome hureh diliee whiehtherci brnnr - a. to wnistie, throw stones at a eow.smoke Richard, Earl of Warwick- ... ' I lot t,f chestnut buK nearlfli sharp.as this-1 ,K'r na to 1,113 day ftd her grariJ-son a cigar, or to climb a garden fence. I Washington, therefore, as well ls:all he ! tlos- and contrived to deposite nearly half J educated anil qualified fi.r the sacred office bed, and after the girls went I ' , l, ,on- "tw w ' t? wd nsefulribss,"1"' . Ridur v.. i...i ! descendants of that marrimrn ; am ,.,t;tl,i ... peck in the ! honor that he has only tmnty-dx wives' He 1uartt)r tho ftrm9 of Hastings-r-Pole, Earl of U) thelr room nd had time to undress, he1 B"a W'011 ""'rendered his happy spirit sur-' ! is the saint upon whom fell the mantle of Joe Sali0ry. Plantagenct, Scotland, Mortimer, ! f00 a candle, went to the door and ratled theT,'un, b". numerous! aftectionate friends' 11 .1 Li'.. l ..r- M I r . 1. . : t'frtll Uilum .l . i. , . i ... . iSMiiui. ( i . j. , . i"" i juarcn, iievu, juontague, ueauchamp i ;"- " yjrispui out inu; light and Tf :r1a w; ,.'. , ' and Devereux.- 'Tlie pcdignw, which k'fullfJtt"Pcinfbf,'W8ucb'a1 squalling, was It girls will kiss, let them nprfiirm .,.i ... .!.t. -. j r ...... . ,.l t. c . ... . ... tl. 1. if 11 1 1:1 ii' .1 i . . ":c,"ttlc regaru 10 aaies, gives, asr " '"-"ru oeiore. uaniel now , -, , .-. - - - 11 them sneak about the thing as if they were Qy jj M SU purloining cheese, ,K.r drop their heads, 'like .'ntc-d ly the hlhes o ersprcad with rain.' On the contra- - m,Tmt lnC(!S ry, they ehould do it with an appetite, and ns well a son- ere, an epitome of the history of the fam-j P('nt'd the door and stood in it with light in surrounded, bv. a. burdnr. .iu.-.hand.: r,l ..1 1., ' i .. 1.: 1. 11 The new constitution makes iomAtinn. " y. uiinsmg erryooiew. .. ii titi, '1! , i 1 ' ' 1 ''" ' : in. i.i:... l' - ,1 iifloie wr uieirxieow, and . entorccs the iPay- i j" Expectation has been standing so umC 1 , 71' V- . f , " JonS 0B VP-we, .yitt she is lound to have shall be secured by sUch.individuarli;tbilityKnraihd UrnnrtA v.;...i.' of the 8tocltioltk'rs and otlwr .means as .may : -'.! . ( i . " n , . ,i , be prescribed b,y la,w ; ibut In all cases such j I , Why. is a baker not a gentleman ? siopKvnoider snail be liable over and above Do you guv it up, eh? Because he is aon- thrt Dinah Kr h tm l,vtw A -i. a ' " rr i .aj ,, i . i.f ., ... j r . u,lt,a u utereo,, 10 a laru er s m, h icasii Nonsense, man ! . It's because he wed e4u m amounv w sucn SIOCK. - 18 UitTO tie -'..dough" that's tlie only thing ' that ;:w A pv. ; J " "M"r ; . maKcs a gentleman now-darn Vt. Am. .... 1 if 1 . rr- as wen as sor n.. il-y go, gne rise to a report thai the r descendant. , TI.J nf. r i '. . ".r-T" "r::"" ? .'"rv,......!i, ; i-. .stars and three stripes, which form a part of 00, nere l am, between two tsulors." we neraitnc oearings oi tne tamilv ever since. said a beau nt a public table, where a cou George Washington was entitled to use his pie of young tailors were seated, who had ensign upon a flag in the nrmv which he ktan. a not hob kailiis wife was after him with Ju tusmt'ss fr themselves." . ' - manded; and in, all probability the first one a broom-stick. 4 fruc,' wa tlie h'ply,' ' we -are -nMr beirin-! ver made tn America was composed of throe ners, and pan: only afford to keep one ' goose stow and three stripes, which thosa aho oeiween us. ., ,f f , i v ! , cre vcrwd in Heraldry, ; would at dneereori -.A school hoy 'down east,' who was -'f? the proper, colors of the Command-: noted among bis 'play-fellows for "his' frolics r-":Chicf, t the. Revolutionary army .the with the girls, was reading aloud irt the Old flag of Washington. " In course 6fUini"ton Testament when coming to plirase,-'makiBt'tJier Mn were added, and the flag of Oeft. wast places glad,? he was asked by the pol! W8,,lngt boan bo flag bf thti tiUrteen' I ".'- i TTntt.wl fV.1nnt.ui llllllf VUll'llltOi the shield of." arms, Implanted by ' "D' torment your picture; I Lsh Vou ?' cestors in the right of their wives. wore 113 tar beyond the light-house 1 a ni.(f as wen as some ot the quartenngs borne by;""' u" ""K mas said SukVi , ii,. .:-.i. m..; . ..r . "Win. .u:ii , , .-j , iic,, i.i luv uuiUVf ,rrr--n The State of Ohio has repeatedly pledted ; hef faith for the payment other pubhe debt;) 0- Tlie following is a copy of a sign upon Hfy swor4IsAmdim'ed)and my honoris.Viglit, 'JTfeeifcst fttthe breach, the, last at the rout: ? have fipiajded ,my 'tourse, I have fought My dumber is mAde, and my sjryiqe is out. f jfveifiir niy country,' 'Jn peace wa, ' fdhr s man loves the wife of his youth, .t&e ipql&jHi jher word 'was more potent than law,' ;.. .a-i-At y., .- t ;ITor she spoke to my hcain language of truth and there is not a man in the, State who a private school room, in a western State: would not bo insulted at the proposition to! 'ireeraantk Huggs, School Teachers.' Free- Irepudiatoi Sjiajl tjie supreme power of the men teaches the boys and Huggs the girls.' sf n ti iif.nrn i,A. : t , . ... .. ..... ..i 1 1 . spurn to take to itself ? : Shall it pay its own ' t f J &t "T 8tatC8. that a debto with punctilious exactness, and ."'"r of a mree its creature to do the same?' Shall . wvV "fi.iiSumra, naopruceuu- m etate have one system of morals for It-lf'ST'-15, wuww.remarKca self and for ifs people, and another for cor-1 to. R -lrn , : lovr tra"8e ' ' that a man jixj. aim aiiuuit'i uji cur- r . ,.. . It may be said that corporations I wno V everytiig toinahe life happy cannot exist under a constitution nnm.i8ll0ttld;be cuto' yhlist a PW devil like I Let,usti7iaV ,' " , V s T, eT., m miHe!7 iU l"uuiy nve loiigi anu wa moment ne hi i i .i .i i . y 1 1 . . truth ,-iMii( .t The dcalhJdealing bullets, 'I welcomed when un&HUV).?.r:4aiUi , Andpillrfw'd in dagCT.myiattle stained head: Then "lei the clrura.beat,' my knapsack; is slung, jfhgh Hmdy is ready tomajbqh with thee dead. one Jtei:ejr'h5Tid youjf hespaperf to' pf had uttered the last word he fell dead. staggered and porations? cannot exisl pels tnem to pay their deht giewstem, and fctjperience test Uie w falsehood .of the obiection. 7 tajration&f corporations is another iiiiporumi. Teiormauon lnVtOduCod Jnto'the new constitution.. - Jt is well known that in dividuals and corporations, have been taxed upon different principles;,'. The format Viova STreirnv Replied,. I have 1 profits -MBewWa;nT' erVS'f broff ' "" that the wtmertr- of oornorations ' .hail 1 V "e- W " "r(lt0' i ; i f. hi ,i . . . I n mi . . juvai.it witu prolans yourself to the naming , : jtirSAVIlUH FOBNITPIHl i FROM FmB.-A fire occurred n the suburbs, pTBrookhnon Monday- destroying several buildings, occu pied by Oermans. One of theni being inter ht uc vuujkov w raxauon, ine, sama- as I 1 ,.?u jvi theropertj- of individuals." This is equal (wearin ' n'tber use ana exact juayee, jii nothin" more. r" "ie ,loy wnein vain. agogue what it meant. The vountrster nan. ed scratched J.is head but , could giye no answer.'when . up jumped a more precocious uilmjii, aim enea out: ' 'I know what, J j means, master., It means bugglnF'tbiy ir'ttisi'foir ' Tom ftoss Jisiallers huggin om around the waist hnd it makes epA as gladas.eanbe.'11) -i-u -l ,j ,j,n, Th( Lowell Courier; in describinrr n fall of. Snow,, i'says: , 'The bisr .Snow Dove overhead,, lias, been shaking large, soft, and downy feathers from her fleecy pinion's all the torenpon.'. Which, literally translated into common English,' would Wad: 'It snow ed like blazes all the forenoon. i 1 ?u, . i 'ytiierh iiourisliing. All you have got to do is tb'nut it in K pot over the h're; drop in a beef bone, rice, a few potatbes.Rnd a little salt. ; Anuimf the hungry people.this iscaiica uie, water cure., . (,, . ,, . , . , ... , It ivas tlie.custom of the -higher or der of tlie Germani to drink mead, a bevef age made witli honey, for thirty days after every wedding. !; J'lwn this ' custom' comtfs lite expressswa,, w'spimd thq honey-moon,'; Hpw; fo;MK Tjhbrj Hire clerks, far two hundced dolliirs a year, and then insist on their keeping wfU tlressed. , The receipt lints Vn.,.i. lnl. e..Xt- . . . i . . i.i.i, uvivi 111:11 AiiuiTu w inu. frogs there?;; asked Din.: i n,;,- ', I yourselves rltoVjufsUon', .w3H such habile bav? r.Diinif yon do notclear out and shut thei." 1,1 tlie rtaturaffrutis, of such habits be mek !..: .ntllrnWilllitpayt Ihere n the Tortvj 'of a well seasoned 'seil' mon in the 'following mm tlie' -JJaStem'"' Tmes."" It is tht aiH-stion Yr,n, k,.J" ou who nre nbtiut ; formlftif ' habits t.V n,!""t uture, just entering umm "the ovi.it fiiT : ia - i : : a.1.1 m. ,uu niTiisionied , havet-ou any-) wdu!g'"i habits of indotetice, jrtst ask4 . 1 tillt.ili-kiA. ' ...-:tl a . I . ' door, I will call Mrs cuky .. ,, 1 i"l will oall .liermv rs. W ,". .continued !a.f )' fd to ctintribufe td your iTeVai rJ ,...f....:-f1 n 1 .,-,,.,! ., ','4 t"nri,f on- yorfr-'reid wiiymenf? ' Wilt 'it'4 vyself, if you wish, said' Plymi to ijnafrihte parkni,ghovl,' tof,V i f ii mriy .-n..il4umPi'ria tbel!piRtii6'inatR'w:ribiiM ickt"i , ani, said Anna W r-r, "if yoU will ,0., fv P'w listK-ss jndoWucie thm ' shut tho door and mt Iwnlr 4.. tl... l :ii... hours Which whould Be nvn?.,vw.l- U there shall be no moret trieks or jokes put'? our lllkin vim hv no f.i .1. 1 tile t uKnyou by us for six nutntl ' JJmueJ tlllllkllK' ha hail 'Bgh shut the door and 1 Which should be errrpToyed" W sUiHrtg' mind vK!i knV)wled.alirt''d.iAl..2 Hhs, at least.'! 1 ... the Immortal phrlVlW,'briflranUfBelicV' . punished the irls!!1 not b"t hwd the voice of the1 world's' ex-"1, left. A f. w, -,;..; 'HH5W.(1 ffee- Hrfiru'fttf. iieh;fl,m'5g-Jf Mtesfur ihis.Suky came out vto h'ghtt -eJ M! "'Be &ii--tBeyfl8h-6tH 1 ,iiw ' wc . " " "'Trrpontitnce ts p;ivlJ " While individuals s'til) live wlit) mighff haVM w' 'PmKnrs, wnit a fame!' In. the census returnt'of paftf Dhltrietl NumberT Tw. IJohnson (bounty ,j 111., tis the. name of Miss hi. M. E.P.H.D.S. Tubbf" ' " ' seen tlie first Washington standard unfurled, o who unfurled, or who helped to swoU ihe. shout, that, wentip, to! Heaven ,whe,e. thirteen stars first spread to thetbrevzo;ovi'r mc l umu outvi's u.'iiota j me .ngures are transposed thirteen has changed to thirty-one-a tenfold multiplicity from the original number of stars, has hidden the origin-of the flag ; and few are awnre, as they uncover the head to honor the name of Washington, ani send up snout alter snout as the stars and stupes are: nntoldm . to. the- brecie that'Ahe flag they pdoro is the flag of theame .rthey. would honor tlie stars and strines of tin. arms and standard, of .Washington; "Let us send up one more 'shout of frrntuIatHm. that "Our flag is (still) there-," and tlie name of its tounder is still here, in our hearts-in the hearts! of all, Ute people of the tliirty-one tTi.il..,l Ui..l.. ...1 ' .:i .1: . . J t '", iiii.ai umiL-n. uu-r limit, until ine name ist forjotten,'may cne other flag ever wave, thrinl the stars and stripes of Washington.'' mnnrr ilia m.m ine.nt benevolent, objects of the day, for the relief of. tlie down-trodden female ace.' We perceiVe a call in' the New York1' papers foM the f trmation .f a wclctv for Uie anieUor.v tion of the condition of wonien. with morhm hunbandil .4an. '( ..as i r t:. jSuky malt Dan and iuicl Uie girls playod no, rare;itrieks. atioB,i,8ix yers oi)Annv,- tit. .1 ' ,.r:,i'KW's.sjd tliJlge ih,. a.4taii vm',.ri 'how came yon to neglect m iking Ue gibb,,,.,. that wa w-iierttd u my .wtena t,?'., iii.,(A 1 mmuy ,tHtg yntr par Jn,t said the er- 1 pentor, 'for had i kn it hud N-n fin jout . idrdship, U should h.ivo, bee de iinmtfdi-' toi)M,...i . . . latriotism. fl; jWhat?liustR'id gloirious lnion irp? An go to drawing triggers ' ; Jest furatlnmdef paitselof r.?r,'t i.,ri. ,t; " Emancipated higgers? . ; v"n ! bd 'ilie'EagWbf Arnmereky- ' '1' .u' '"tliat flue'iicrost tlie 'seesl","!. 't ' 5 " . 1.J 1 .1.. tu. U.JJ. ;' 4 1 ' '' ' v j--"rl r''- w'V V"uujf Diius nop, j .j,,) ,j! ti Ker slump upon his knees? .it,.!,; ,,,,' j tSay!--Hiay shiiill werenthimfromllin tolim r 1 V, , jf rr'l t""-A ainer the other I A n ying at I " f .'T.l I JEEMS. j jti?7 Beauty without virtue is. jike a p?ujt. efl sepulchre, fiiir without, but within Jul! of corruption. ' l' ' r Wi'AWUtd ikse's'ViBiu. iniim; m - " ... !t( W'ehura-3n!r'fl&il'.rf'r sptiken. of by-tiwpr,in!oe'.ofhis poemsy i ' 1 "t ' ,.' ,1 '- ,.f,, ; 11, rf ', "4 Xap-WonU-n,, ftlways,,Want; something to hriupqa.,. . Like, o.grtipq. tjiey , are autliiax Hhmt support,,,, this reason k-hui; bund should be placed by the side of a young lady the moment she cuwot out, . What ft mvii vn.to sweel peas, so is. the, mfumitin- t r.f -f. ., JC"Did vou ever see Ninrnra FnlLf' Sifd lady passenger, to. her fiietut, t heS-eV rtiet them? but iVe hesWthem Wrt l.lilir iiLn .,f . r highly spoken of. ( f peas, si mter.to.theJ.WMle., , ,t;l)P. Jt"Tlie VouiT'rTnlHn who never Wei a ' pretty girl, was lah-Jy seen by wtm.e (nvfi''' 1 .ijincters, going pnnd the Js.rth Pt,f,., Jt,! ip Iclt'lii a yard Ion h inging b his ninl ' irgnrij' and slurp nor-e(t r' after hii! 1 nitistllrf.V' "Oeret'l'ill in hive.';1 'n " ' 4 A V.tTn writer thinlm th i if iln '1 profit 'w-lV of 'fcfiMlinn -tho U "thou rh,"! i(dlt U'erl.i" and ho it liftu, " tl,, , t... j. . , .. .it. i ... . ....... . jiruju-r wny-in sjieion ' po'.T(N. h f . ': . (-4 s' r-j ; ,'vr i r. ? '53 f ,'' ! f. '.;V ; S -s ; m if - 5 v (. it, 3 ! 4 i 1 9: i4 ft' n- if it n (v. if at,: ! - v J liiyhtennt.