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"' ' '' North A, F. Croskej."' : : ': ", :; f. 'Mniirie Huniy B. Ilelli r. " Wasbiriirioii.lolm But d. " " ' . 3 , ..I ' 1 .. Resolution passcil Aiiiusi Sljlli, 1SS1. b) the Harrison Couiny Deruociutic Comity Couveu tWia t i ! . ? r ;.:; f- Sletohiti, That we highly approve of the Hiaimer in which '-The Deinoistmie Sentinel i Harrison County Fanner' iai.ow coiidncled, Mini thru we cheerfully recommend it to- uur fellow .iiiieens ns a jcoe-11 cimuiy niiper, mid one wor Hsy ilui iiiport of cerj Uioiiourot in liurrisoti Cianiy"( ' , fi-. : Resolution passed August 13, 1S5I, tit a Town sbip Meeting held in Monrcliel'l : - " Remind, That approving of the manner in which "Tho Seniiiit.1 Ar FarmerVJe now con ducted, we chearlully Tocouniieiid it, as a good cminiy paper to our lellow oiiiieus." 1 u ' Thy Bark is on the dark Blue sea Thy bark is on the dark blue sea, " God bear it safely o'er the brine, U ' From home and hearth, prayers rise for thee 1 Warm as the suns that o'er the shine Lf Content should boyhood track the show " '. By glit'ring hills and ice-gemm'd streams But groves of palm, and skies that glow -, And sterner toils fills manhood's dreams.- When pleasures pall, hopes changed to fears wnen wnere uie spanning gooiets glow, Think of the hopes of other years, -..; ""Of her who sleeps beneath the sod," f Brief as the meteor's glowing rim, ' ' , .Whose silver, shoot's athwart the sky, ,'u, Hope's cup tho beaming to the brim,: .,. A few short years have drained it dry! AyeJ tropic skies that o'er thee press, ' -4 And tropic stars that brighter shine, Bring Hot a' mother's fond caress ' T " ..That gem which dims the burning mine : A few of all that eager throng ; Now rushing madly o'er the main, i s By "winter hearth will weave the song, ' ?' ; j,. dr trpad with joy those hills again.,, ',, .1 A gerttler lot, a humbler dower hn, Is woman's on, life's gliding stream," Sue nay ricitlenipt the strong wave's power , Ur, mark wnere groves ot cocoa gleam; , But to the Plowret in the shade, s . ' Come sun; and star, and night's soft dew, , Tho' careless hands its leaves have frayed,; " And reckless feet may crush it through I.bado thee when we parted last j , . . , ,' (June's sapphire sky was o'er us then,) By every hope that tinged the past, r 4 "To live for Heaven, for God, and men: t For true.'alaa we count as lost $ . False Pleasure's broad and winding way; TJka ftimli'KS wrtick on ocean lost. ' ' ' s ' itor chart, nor star, its, course to stay ! ) j. Fop thousands, will green graves be made, iThesward bo spread nil smoothly o'er, , What fecks it wber our bone are laid? , . ' tTttne will be on that distant shore; ", ' fhy Barlfii ' .tossing on the sea,'",' ,t; . .iU6d speetj it safely o'er the brine,; , t i rora bonje. and ..hearth,, two prayers for ; thee --kt .. ,w-i f" Tfarrtfas the sun that o'er thee shine, el'il ;- in. , i ' i ., i n n , I . .-f.-f i "f3F Persons who are always cheerful and vgood-bumored are very useful in the world; they maintain peace and happiness and ,jircnu a uiauaiut winpr auiuug an who jiva arnlinrl ibm ' , ' . " " " -1 ""ftir To make raoncv fast has been the tudy flf statesmen for the last centuries, knd yet when a ooqnterfeitcr. steps inland shows them how 4t't done, li is- bundled oflf to jfltates -prison for ii doxen years or more.- . farmer hired a aailor ' t ; 4i(f patch, U potatooe , upon on(jition ' pf imiujC wtuwca a- eouie ol wniskflT' to begin .witlu... -.:.., . '.(-v;."..T ; i W-ih- 'hm9t to sf Jiow the son of Neptune nad progressed witV bia buwpew of farming, when he found him ' hoWni to, a stump;, th bottle jjW ts A . jai hwieeiattdo poUtoes dugfe "v,fi . , -"Hallo, yoi rawjal," ai4 he, -it 'this the "If you want your potalo.'iiugt,, usid Ahe, sailor, hiccoughing, "bring ''em on, for ('ra not going ta run mil' round the lot af ler VI Vf lit I.? Yrom thy Boston Museum. "-' THE TWO' TEAVELEES. 1 "Beg pardon, sir docs' this carpet bag belong to you?" ' , ' ' , ' ' "Yes." ; ':' !. 41 . ' ' "Would you liave any objections, sir, to my moving it, to male more room on the seat?" : ' ; -: .'- ' v:"Yes" ' '; ;:';' . u "Hem! then you wish it to remain where it is?" '." 1 V"- "'' " .',-.' ' .' ;Yes.? y:" : ' ; The subject of the above colloquial thrust and parry was a very large, plump,' carpet bag, placed upon a seat between two travel ers,, one of our railroad trams.'.,',"' ' The proprietor of the carpet bag, ho had his seat by the car window, was a tall, ath letic traveler, with dark features, an outlan dish, moustache, and.a black eye, which, oh the present occasion, flashed with a rather savage expression. ' " ' The other traveler was a handsome young man, with ' a clean-shaved countenance; . a mild eye, and a fine intellectual forehead. ' The latter individual was apparently much discommoded by the presence of the fat carpet-bag; but the brief hswers of his fellow traveler, and his forbidding ''mind your bu- ness" scowl,' had the effect of preventing! further conversation on the subject in qucs - tioni ' , . , , The young man smiled indulgently at his' ompanian 8 1 ill humor. ' True, 1 he Cast a glance at the conductor, as if about to request hxm to remove the earpet-bag; bat appearing to change ins jmnd, he quietly took a, news paper from his pocket, and began to read. JCiVemng was approaching, and the blind of the car ivindqw being closed, it . was soon trn' Aar)r ftr tliu -.vAl.-.trt ena Vi nritil' Slrt '-- w... n . - ' V..U V. a. 1 .-. . . V DUV M'U jlllllU. JJ he said politely to his ill-natured companion--"If it would be the same thih to yoa. sir, you will oblige me by dropping. that blind. it ia growing quite uarK. , . ,T ., 'The owner of the carpet bag scowled up on his fellow traveller for a moment; and then, as if unable to deny so reasonable a re quest, tendered with such civility, but, still angry at himself for sufferiiiif a ffood-natured feeling to movo him, threw down the blind" wnii a crash. ;.. , ,:- ,,'! ...n 'Thank you, sir." , , ;. ( , . ." . A silence of some minutes ensued,1, during which the cars rattled on," the'' -'owner of the carpet-bag looked moodily out of the window and his companion; glancing his eyes oyer the columns pf the newspaper. At length the latter said uni j-ferhapt you wonldrlike jto Jook at the news, sir: , : ., ,, , , -u ...... And he politely tendered the paper to his companion. - ' ' . " " 1 he proprietor of the carpet-bag bowed stiffly, by way of thanks, and took the prof fered article without a word, .j , ; ; Three minutes after the cars stopped. ' "Constantinople," cried the conductor. ' ' The owner of the carpet-bag started to his feet, passed the newspaper to his companion in a rather abrupt manner, and laid violent hands upon his property. A crowd of travelers rushed out of the ear; and our two friends among thorn. . . "Fellow!" suddenly cried the man . with: the carpet-bag. . , , ' , " " Somebody had trodden upon his toes. He seized the offender bv the shoulder. " It was the handsome young man with the mild eye and smooth countenance... . . Ti . ..," "I beg your pardon." said the latter. "I Was pushed by the crowd." "'"'" ' '"''.' :-" The gentlemen with the moustache made a rude, insulting reply. The other remon strated with considerable spirit; and his fellow-traveller was at leilgth obliged to ac-' knowledge that he had spoken hastily. j ; But during this consultation all "the other travellers had left the car.: It was now eve ning; and the stage for Sweden Corners was loaded with passengers ready for a start. Our two travelers raii forward "together to obtain seats. ; i? wwus m. ' ' All-full iDside," cried thd driver. - "Room for one up here,". , j,;rS "I am your man?'' cried he of the mous tache'. ' ' '' ' " ' '"' .' " ' r" '" "Your pardon, sir I think I have the precedence," replied his companion. . s , . "No, sir, I claim the seat." , ' ' "It is mine, by right!" said the mild gen tleman, firmlyj "throw. up my baggage.'-. 1 'I insist," cried the other, fieicely. "If you hadn't trod on my toes we might have Wh.gotseats.lSIl.;i;r?aJr Zil 'If you had been satisfied with a proper apology, w might ;li aVe had our chance with the rest of 4hen" $ f , -i ;- t) ff "Settle it between, you; ani, be quick," cried the driver. " , ; . ' - "It is of the utmost importance that I should have the seat," exclaimed he of the moustache. ' ' -i ') ' t ?t i.hi 'For my part I must go to Sweden Cor ners to-night, cried the other.' ; ," v. The two gentlemen were getting into a very respectable quarrel, like the two cats in the fable; when a wise monkey of a traveler stepped forward and settled the matter by occupying the disputed scat liimsclt. Tho stage drove off leaving ike two trav elers looking ery blank atd very angry , "Come," said the mild - gentleman, who was the first to recover his equanimity, "we have nobody to blame but ourselves, for this disappointment. ict us make the Dost or it. Aa I must go to , Sweden, Corners to-nigh and. at there is not another stage, I shall n gaye a private conveyance.". . .. '.'So shall I." "Whyngfjoiatpgeer tb and go in ine same mwr,,t tll h u " 'It will Save expense for both of ii, and L- - 11 I..'- . , .... we wm ne company wr eacn omer. - He of the moustache sneered, as if in eon tempt for the latl clause tf his companion's remarii; xnen- loonea inougntiur, as if tne first was ; worthy 6f Consideration. ' - V ,' VYery good,".said Jie; 'we will, nirage It They took a hasty luncheon at 'the).- ore rtshmont stand,' then having erigaged a UmKtftDUiioulehaek. they had their baggage put aboard, and aet;ut brSwt'don Corners, i v ae nignt was airi, ana uie iroaa oeiween Oonstant4iu5ple and SweieU;nluriand rough. To beguile tlio t"dii)inuUi pf the journey, ha frood uxiking young gantltiman attempt ed to enter into aume coorcrsaua witn jus graft, companion, who, however, . felt lto gethcr too ill-natured to permit the least so ciability. - So they rode in very dismal si lence, until, on the borders of dense piece of wooda, they heard a crash,,' felt, a suddea jar, and became sensible of soma accident which had' happened to the coach, m dl' "What's the. matter? ' growled ,the :man witn the moustache, i ). ;;,mt "I think we have broke down," said the mild gentleman, looking out.', ! " "Gentiemen,". cried the driver, "I am sor ry to tell you that X have run against a ras cally stump, and broke an axletree." - . "Confouad your . carelessness! what will we do?"-demanded the ill-natured traveller. . "There is a house close. hy" t j i : "Burn the house!" ' ,v i 'And perhaps you can get accommoda tions, there, while-: I- go back for. another hack.",:...,;.-! ,- -, v.j - He of 4he moustache raved , furiously; wmic his oompamon taking .tbincrs -more ea sily, expressed his willingness to make the best of the misfortune, and took council with the driver, on the course to be pursued, -" "Before you can go to Cohstantinople and return with another hack, it will be too! late to go into Sweden. tf Now, if you ean get any sort ot a conveyance of the man1 in the 1 cottage over here, well and good; but, if not, I think I will content myself to stop'iwith him all night, and wait for you in the morn ing., i What do you say to the-arrangement, my friend?" : The ill-natured traveler grumbled a little; but he at length expressed his: approbation of his companion's proposal, ana went on with him to the cottage, which, was i fortu nately but a few rods distant.. ;-ia.f ')S ; ' No vehicle of ahy kind Could be had; but the obliging farmer ottered the travelers sup per and lodgings,' ' which they were glad to accept. ' JUo then went with a lantern, to ex amine into the damage done to the hack, and to assist the driver to bring the gentleman'; basrifagd into the house. '' ' ' ir - It 'was small cottage; of humble preten sions but th: mistress thereof made her guests a nice cup of tea, and served them with Verv palatable bits of toast and line su ees of dried beef.! The mild gentlemen an peareu in excellent snints: but his moodv companion devoured the food placed before . . k ..... him in sullen silence as u he considered all the world in general, and the people around him more particularly; blameabie for his in dividual misfortunes. : j r.v t--.j.-. ; 'U my room ready for me?'f he asked as soon as the supper was over, i m?- r. r - 1 "Oh; yes,'.' replied the farmer; but I be lieve I forgot to inquire if you could sleep together?' t'':fi' t(. :, .- 1 ' "I object to sleeping with any one." , r. ; "Indeed?" , .-'"!. , -w, : i "Yes, sir, decidedly." 'N i. . "I am sorry to hear that, sir, for to con fess the truth, we have but one spare bed in the house. " i"My good frienJ, do not trouble yourself,". Said the mild gentleman, observing the far mer's perplexity. " "I prefer sleeping alone myself; but under the circumstances, I shall not object to having a companion; Mid I am surd my friend here, will not be so unreas onable as to find fault with the arrangement, when I assure him that I neither kick nor shore.'',- " ! ' ' .V' ' "'" .'J"'i ""'." '-''' tu'-u, ' "I shall sit up all night," exclaimed the other traveler.' '' 'T 'V- '" '" "' ' f" Yery well," rejoined his companion with a quiet s,mile'. "If you prefer to do so; I shall be obliged to you.'" I believe I shall g6 to bed, Mr. Parmer." '"I " ;(f " '' The farmer took a candle to conduct the traveler" tt the' room.' i ! ' '" " " - ,"' As soon as they were left alone, the mild gentleman went to bed, exclaiming, as lie sank into the feathers-- 5 ; ' la This is really delicious! - These people look out for comfort rather than show." . ' " "Hem!" muttered his companion, seating nimsen on a nard wooaen chair, and glan cing angrily around at the bare walls and scanty furniture of the room.' 1 .- "Shall I trouble you to wake me at day light, asked tho travler' in bed. 1 "By the Way, as yon may Want something to amuse you, if you sit up, you will find a new novel in my coat pocket. . Good night?" ' ; ( -1 And ' the good-humored traveler dre w a lono breath, turned his face to the wall, and composed himself to sleep. p" ; ;' --'''- :". t "conlound Ins coolness!" growled the tra veler in the chair; biting his moustache; "I say Mr. What's-your-name," he addcd, "is not that a remarkable broad bed? '','' :; ''It does very wellfbr one." " 'Henv for no! I should say so?" s 'Aiid for 'twd pn a pinch," said the mart iit'the'bed;il '' irtiM , ".Well." muttered the other,' to whom the prospects of a hight in a hard-bottomed chair. appeared very 'dreary, compared 'With the luxury of sheets and featbers, "I don't kh6wi,watlicdiit but "ll no purpose. Fin under, the piwomstanees-a man" must!tcarinef f 7 tlie bandages, he stuck it sleep rascally house -wiEliTuly one srluare jand w?th a ,hakc of ,,is hstover it, exd rou m - -villain or a driver. -' u' Givih!? expression to such ineeWent linra. plaints. the traVelei- at length undressed aind got mtebed.'", w 'f -: ; . "1 aumirc thcs country people," remark el the gentlemen on the bttek side, by wa) of cultivating his companion's acquaintaince; :""I don't see much to admire," grumbleri the' other. ' ". ! tW ntliflf ""Not in, their hospitality ii) their genu ine" politeness? their ' ' ' ' The sociable rentleman was interrupted by an impatient cough, by which his com panion evidently intended to put an etid to conversation wt toe nigiu, v ' " - Accordingly the miW gentlemen took the hint and went to sleep, But the moment he had approached the confines of dreamland h was aroused bv the amilicationof a strano-i elbow to the tenderest part of hi. -rib,,, m'; 'JJlta ypu intend to wake ine, wj fy .. . q n"I don't know whether 1 did or not. Tou S' , . . , wrorj must' ba ' tnistaJten,'''irj'! I ncvef snore." .w "You were just going to, then." "I Wat have breathed hard. Hill butlTvou waktf me agfiin J shaH kick youpm f bed-!' Jhe milu .gentleman , spokcv, rery .firmly, he was not troubled with any more el bows that nkht.1 'When' he 5 awoke it was iHuiuing, sua u.iiow-rvcier- was aros-iker sing. .-("ii-i jv r-;e - i w.i'i "Did you rest well?' he asked 7, "Uest-t considering,'? answered the other, I believe I got a nap of aboutfiye minutes;." In the course of the tnorninr.T the eood- looking.gentleman, whose peaceful disposi tion could not long remain ruffled, found it! in his way to. do his gruff companion many! acceptable favors, which bad the effect of; soitening his temper and making him not a ....1 J rf- l 1 iiiuo nsuamea oi nis ungentiemaniy couauct. Accordingly, on the road to Sweden Uorners, the litter saw fit to titter a sort of apolojrv. "When I am traveling," said he, "1 never feel like making myself fociablo with anybo- . '.'Thcre you must lose a rrreat deal of en joyment and valuable information,' replied ins companion., "for my part, I never ne glect to study human nature, or cultivate good feeling, or gather information among all sorts of people. ' 1 1 find nij-sqlf the gainer "You are righ'!," rejoined the tvavelcr with the moustache; "I blame" myself for giving way to such feelings as 1 manifested last night. But you must consider my disappointment-. I was returning hqme to mj friends after along .absence."-. " iJ "So was I; and besides, I was anticipating a happy meeting with a brother whom I have not seen for fifteen years; i for I have been studying the fine arts in Europe, while he has followed the sea, . My friends wrote that he was expected home about iliis time, and I hurried my visit on ;his account", I "The traveler with the moustache '.stared at his companion in astonishment. 1 - 1 , "Charles! ' Can it be-4" ; , ,..ril, i "I am Charlca StanleyW t.ii ii ,t-fi-.,L. i "And I am your brother Edward!'? iii! j To Save seen the' travelers embrace, . you would not have thought ihat they bad been Ouarrollinff.tbf theJast six-and-thirtf hours! So it was, 'and Edward never ceased to regret' nis lnctvility, by whichan earlier recognition bad been' prevented, and which . had occa sioned so much ill-feeling between his broth er and himself. They quarreled , no - more that day, however, but arriving home to find their friends happy and well, related the ad venture, as we havo related it here, fot the lesson it conveys. ..--.--'fi.Vff,-:.' .," i,u n ', I -1 X rr-, .,. .. . , '. i JP3T A student of 'meficine out mi Michi gan, having courted a gifl a year; and got Uie mitten, has turned around and sued her father for "the visits" he paid, her. He's 'rsome," isn't he? He makes out his bill t "ossilication of the heart,' .3 (iKO iwf... TAn editor out' West savs that he hoped to present a marriage and a death as or urinal matter to hw -eotumns, bwfft thaw broke up the, wedding, and tho doctor fell sick, so the patient recovered. . "( ' ,A lady from the Emerald Isle took the cars at Boston for Worcester. On jump ing trom the cars she-remarked, "it she had known she, 'could havfe' made the jonrney in so short a time, she would have walked on foot." ,,,- t ' JZ&Z "If ladies eat meat but once a day. pickles onco a week, and sweetmeats but Once a year if they would take a cold bath every niirht and morninur. and walk five miles a day, they would have no heed, of cosmetics to make them beautiful. ., J&r ".Mister," said a ractred little cirl to a gentleman, who was Dickina- his teeth in front of boarding house, "do please give me a penny to buy some bread tor my .ickjed ;s forlorn' hope under Mad Anthony at"as ' PM nnum tor ooe copy; -: - mol.hir. sttul twn little ui.tAM .ai. rw.1-41,142,'. nn:.i.' .as. . . : j trot the measles." , ......... "Go; away, child, I never give to beg- "Ul), do, please, only a penny, for the Lard's sake I'm so 'fraid they will, starve and die,!' and she heaved a siifh froM tlie depths of her young heart. - Ud away, l tell vou. I never cive- to bejitrars go to the poor house." "Gd to h 1; yov d d old rascal!.' - i- fcxit rhttl girl. Gentleman stands in protoiuid astonishment. (Fr ' Doctor, that 'ere rat's bane of yoiirn is hrsjt rate," said a yankee tc a .village apothecary. "Know'd it! know'd it!" said the pleased vender of drugs. "Don't keep nothintr but urst ric uoctor s .tun, "And, doctor," said the joker eoollv. want to buy another pound of ye." , "Another pound? "Ye,.sir. I u-in that pound I bought the other day, to a iiesky mouse, and it made him dreadful sick, and I am pretty sure n .i i i.i t - ,,. umer pouiiu wouiu am nimr ni w(, 1 tW A negro in Boston, had a severe at tack ot rheumatism, which finally settled in his foot. He bathed it, and rubbed it. and inally. out, exclaim. ed "Ache away, den, ole feller ache a- way. JL shan t do nothing more for jet; die cAi henstanditas long at you kenad mIi .awayl' ' ' 10 Aboct Kissino. The editor of-the Sun day Time, say that among all love', con- fectafy, kiat is the the choicest bonbon, : And thqn it is so easily manufactured! ;An eXcha"K !Jfal tween two pair "of i-H-ieyea, a few preliminary tremor., an tembracef a collision, an explosion and that is the whole process. The writer i. perfectly right. He must have made kissinir a science. It can be a science, but it is more than dange rous to practice it. u ' .1 t---.;ci. (Kr Hundred, of people complain of br ing aflicted with bed bugs. The following receipt will be invaluable to traveller, knd others. " It is perfectly simple and safe, and is approved by a western philosopher: "On going to bed, atrip off your shirt, and cover ymireelf from head to foot with boiled molasses. Let every part of the 'body he covered thickly with tt. On coming to bite you, the; bug will .tick fust in the molasses, and youj ean kill them in the moving.' " 3T A Dutchman being called upon for a toast, aaiit A'Jlcri Jsh, to de, heroes whp bth, pleed, and died milithe patties of Bun- ilia ol whom J apt. one. "1 . IViarik aHtWlUftlg. V7 TJ ,.U T3 I would not Die at All! I would not die in Spring time, ; ! ' ""' When worms begin to crawl - -. .When cabbage plant are shooting up, ., And frogs begin to squall. , . ,.,( ,. . 'Ti then the girls are full of charms, And smile upon the men; ' ! '"' 4 When lamb and peas are in their prime would not perish then, . , ... ; I ,wouldnot die in Summer, , t , When trees are filled with fruit ' ' And every sportsman has a gun, '; v The little birds to shoot. i ) . -The girl then wear the Bloomer dress, And half distract the men ;; . . -, . It is the time to sweat it out I would not perish then. - " ' ' I would not die in Autumn, When new-mown hay smells sweet, And little pigs are rooting round For something nice to eat,' ' ' " 'Ti then the huntsman's wild halloo, ' Is heard along the glen, - ' , T. ;-And oysters 'gin to fatten up -, ,. , I would not perish, then. ,. t. . , I would not die in Winter ' v For one might freeze to death - VI When blust'ring Boreas Sweeps around And takes away one's breath, , .When sleigh-bells jingle horses snort, -, Ahd buckwheat cakes" are tall ; In fact this is a right good world-i : ' 5 "I would not die at all! ' ; ; ;; ' j "A Soldier's Privileges ' t' ; Jt is well known that "Old Hickory" was equally popular rn tlie army and amon j the people at large. No man ever lived in this ' couuiry aoout wnom so many characteristic aneedotes have been related, bj, those who were amonir his personal friends. . Below we give two of these, which we do not remember to have seen in print before: " ' Several years ago, an officer who was one of the most distinguished of his grade iu the service of the United States, , on his way. home from a fiinncr party,' on a certain oc casion, was attacked so violently with verti go, that he became impressed with the idea that the ground was rising up against him, and that' the fire plugs were after him in hot koala !Tn,l. tka.. . 1 Ji ! DV termined to conceal himself in a friendly gutter, and wait until bis enemies had d appeared. In this condition he iwas found, and, of course, one of the numerous troop of itow Vuuw 111 t-JV UlbKIUDUHWCi,, Jill Ul7 I omce nunters was iound ready to communi -ound ready to communi- cate to-Gen. Jackson, then President of the United States, the fact that the trallant de- fender of Fort had been found drunk - had been found drunk in .h sbwt.-'TK-. W ... . ft.- - : .. . .u- ment reflecting, then turning to his informant said "Very bad conduct, sir, in the Colonel JtoSft hriaikinhh he rpommi r ne recgm- JSul, by tnt Aternal! he has done notiffh titver to draw another sober breath . eraiterwarda, it was therecogni- 1tA 1-1 (TO f fit thA VtA..n Pllr.M.1 n. J 1. - . " v, w gevumua cc,ving the poor girl in this way'" a often as, he pleased,, provided ; he kept . , :.i have several," .aid our friend.:; 1? w himself out of sight . "Well, name one if you can, you imp of UAboutthe , same period, the late Major Satil you little-waisted, knock-kneed; pale Gibson was Collector of tlie Port of a south- faced no whiskered dolt vou thing, vou" ! em CltV. tO which ollie be hml hnn n.i L 1 ' " I pointed by the elder Adains..' Of course the t Junior WHS A rinerMllst anri mm rf flnn Jackson's political ' opponents.1 Durinir the struggle of the American Colonies for Inde-f pendonco, Alajor G.. had distinguished himr ; jself on several occasions. He had commai.d-'f?inia Stony" Point. After the " inauguration of Jackson a. President, the Major, who was bitter a politician as be had been gallant "e thusad dollars towards Ute raising of a .oldief, in an excited discussion about n.d for JTfl litics, declared that "Old Hickory" was "a!; .' "7t '""TC"" j . . . ' . i fry-A successful attcmnt has been made as as politi u u scounaren rne speech was l ' 1 lln: an a u scounarcn ine speech was promptly reported to the President, by One ol his friends, who supposed aTaeutcy would.vi o certain,-; ".yveij; wnat ot it.' ,was; Jacif-1 sons reply. "j.M man woe commanded a loror hopeof4thony Wayne, hat a utt fyke to curse anybody he pUuses! ,,,, ,? I " A Parallell of the Sexes. u Mali hi (ttronrrl-Woman hoilntifiil.' Man is darinir and confident Woman as aiQident and unassuming. ,j , . : i Man is great in action--Woman in auf- fering.",,.,,, .,- !;,.;,,' , " ,a Man shines a broad Woman at home. , , -Man talks to , jonvinoe Woman to persuade,-and please.... -( t.-'u-Q ',., ..!,.;;.:,; wp .JVlan has a rugged heart Woman a soft and tender one.. ,i - V1 i , ; , ,!: - , .ManprcjvenUa misery Woman relieve. it. .-i. f'l-,.-. . v:, j rj'.-. ,lar ha. soience -Woman testtw i ! - ' Man, ha judgment-TWoman eensibility., Man is a being pf justice-i-Woman - of mercy., iv,Ut -.4 of 4 '-Uu-t -:; ; . Jt TU old saying'tbat' ;" there w more pleasure in giving .than rcceivinir," is sup posed to, apply cbicflj to m.dioine, lick, andj i Keaderi did you ever take notice that the man you done the most for. was the first to turn on, you when in a tightjilace? b JtT Tht President has given order, for Ution to fire falutes, and extend all militarr honors to Wuth hi Nc York and other places. J v:'i.r, " :'tW Several hew blank roads have been J ! .t- Till' ! cumincncva iu nurvaem Illinois, MV A calculation ha been made by some curious person, who has nothing better to do, that if every article In thu Chrystal. Palace were to be examined three minutes, it would occupy twenty-six years to exsmino all. ,'- - - 1 1 1 1 .sin . .U h: iV Thetotal value of rroods in tlie World'. Fair-ia ostiroatod ial t600,000,tKri mux The oldest, mart that ever died ia this country, took , ae w.papei rom im day , he waa iwenty-onct jre .r ago to that, of bis death, ,badlfty pajdor itin. adyanee f, , . -.,i 11 Tir'-fk . -T-" f '' " ' " . 2T A lad named Binioi. In Penfield. Ga.. was burned death,, with' capiphene, ,a fey J f. Jt V Up horth, iicy bold township lur.lfair..' ' v ' .gVfcul- Selling an Editor. ' We have a good anecdote to relate, of a deceased friend of , ours, and as it has lain dormant in our cranium for a number of years, we 11 bring it to life for the benefit of our readers: ;i ' Our deceased friend, was an editor, and like many of his tribe, had queer notions about men and thintrs in central. ' One of his particular hobbies was the impression that unless the thermometer ranged about sixty five, he would feel rather a little " under the weather." ' i " ; ' '- ' i One eold winter morning, it. was about eight o'clock, and "the boys" in the office were standing around a dismal looking lire, in a dismal looking stove, when the idea oc curred to the youngest present, who, by the way, was a great practical joker, to have a "rise" out of the editor. Suiting the action to the thought, he entered the tanctum, seii cd the thermometer, shoved it into the stove, and in a few moments had the mercury up to ninety-six. , It was the invariable rule of the "chron icler of events," the moment he entered the office, to look at his unerring " health-reg ulator." ; rresently the well-known step was heard on the stairs, and the moment the han dle of the door was seized, the thermometer wo , of ti,. .,i .; i,.i on it accustomed nail in the tanctum. In strode the editor, and before saluting any one of the shivering compositors, advanced nuo isiiivu vws v a viiv j i s v. mm dsiiu iiuut: I to the instrument on which hung all his hopes of health for the day. Glancing at the mer- cury, he became horror-struck big, drops of iersnii-ation oozed from his brow, and" droppeci, 1 plentifully as woman's tears, on ! the lloor. Hushing intothe composing room, gasping for breath, he sung out : asping for breath, he sung out: -, . : , -1 , "My God! gentlemen, how is it possible , - you can stand this intolerable beat? . Open 1 open; the windows lquick! If. .utfoca- ting 1 My God-the thermometer is ninety-i sixl If. enough to kill the devil, it i. to d-d hotl-It'.sttffoeatingl" iAloud guf- faw proclaimed the f'iH? and the editor, taking th? hint, .gain glanced at the mercury, which was now down to fifty, and sneak.d quietly into his corner. That day our editor "wrote up" several-quire, of foolscap. r v ..r ' 39 TVwt man wlii, utnnB Ills wife's nnra hti. fir nrf thn hftn whn eats h,s e. UPP!I' cvery: nlht' Bnd .-!then &vt hm PraSOTW 'W-teke'away h.8( I PPetlt were outuna .pree togetlier, the other day' Pndm8 ora Uie'F wives, .... " . bM earnea ?I Fining. , Casdid.- -, - . , - -l . mi'rj vi.iluit nm ri.itrrht.,. m w , - T r. .t , , t-nnnrs nnl lavMan tr mil Iniinaint nan 41-,. . -;i"'r"" ." otherday, ,,Whatareyourintentions,sirrvgnr,,i,ni- n anj H .... . ,i;a , ti.w iA ... ! rP.rLhe,ni!0,n' Rnd "" du.appo ntment . intnied backitig U'r M coachme, become callous, cold, insensible' to pain, and do vou' backin out h,' d'wmseltly to pleasure." Will ,o talc " '. ? y ' 'DRCkin3 out- na-. And upon yourselves either of the bitter alterna pray, sir, what may be your reason for de-jtive; We hone not" 1 ' - pray sir hat may be your reason for de- 1 I .'. . ... X"Pedantry crams our heads with leain-; trt iimhuv no rulfii nut. rlir liva.m frt msirA room for it. i ' : ',.' : MW. i ne nrsi newspaper wieraieu m vir- wag in 1780 ; the subscription price Genin, tlie New York Hatter, offers : .u t .t -: r lu"' '" 'Kmm cuu"' " JS' r-WildCat, the Indian Chief, lias built town on the borders of Mexico, to which l,ilia ent.Mo, atory to making a general war agaiust the Camanchcs and Mexico., , ! sT Potatoes throughout the West "tbii year will be a failure. They are at present retailinir at one dollar abusliel iu Galena. (CT Garbutt, the, EnglUh locksmith! busy tr-ing to pick the lock of lltibbs, the American locksmith. " ' ' ' ,:;'',!'':-4 -Vi,. xv.-aI ; f OCT Among the lost articles in the Chrys tal Palace, have been some eiirhty or ninetv i.children.' . ':,J ! jfarThe New Haven j Journal iCautions the public to beware of bills purporting to be of the Chatham Bank, Norwich,, Conn as there i nd such bank. ! - JfThe number of suicides iu Frauee. from the year 1835 to" 1,849, amountod to ' W-wttil--iir;,.4w I .fv.:,:. :iiu JtWoomtt workmen,- while draining the field o Marathen recehfly, earae upon the place of sepulture of -the .heroes of that' fa mous nght. .V'-h. i x : ? -i '.:; ,:r;'k; f XjfDeep is the joy of cial silence when we speak not With the beloved, but feel their ?reence. 'kJA'-- Virtue is the greatest ornament, and good sense the best equippage. i. ....mi i ,-i , . , ., . , 4 XJTSome men are called sairacious. mere ly on account, of their, avarice: whereas, a onua can cicnch its nst as soon as it ia horn -.ma'.-.-Ui, i... . mxe is au essenuai meanness in the wish to get the, better , of ahy - one; the only competition , Worthy ' wie man, is withbimselfi,,' v- 't'.'-i-f a ' " ft I w XiTPlato, inealtiny of naaaionata rtfrafirts ays thef are like people f whd stand on their beads, Uieysee every tiling the wrong way ; fTTlie Oregon Fever has broken out again in wwa, and Jarge numbers of f armers there are anxious to .ell out and "go West, ) "'-"v-ti ii iii ii i.i -.- ' y j-;, --r .':,' mJr A man In Ucnson, Mass.. who b un wards offS! yean pf tge4 Jia. a Uiird 6ti)f ' stir Th Cletclund Herald atatea"' that T. Faker, of thtir city, is about cublkUng a wiiui uepot uiPrf. . ... Advice to Young Ladies ' -11 ' The editress of fhe Literary Gaiette , Mrs 1 Lydia Jane Pierson, in an article addressed to young ladies, upon the subject of marri 1 age, discourses ns follows: - , "Do not, a rou valueihfe and it tonv forts, marry a man ' who is naturally cruel, If he will wantonly torture a poor dumb deg or cat, or even a snake, fly from him as you would from the cholera. We would sooner" see our daughter dying of the cholera than . marneo to a cruel hearted man. u nis na ture delights in torture, he would -not spar his, helpless children. ' When we see a man practising cruelty on any poor,' helpless" creature, or beating a fractious horse un-" mercifully, we write over against hi name ' devil, and shun him accordingly, ; r' " "We once knew a man, ay, a gentlemen, who during a ride for pleasure, became so ' demoniacally enraged at his horse,' which refused to l'o, that he sprang froas his car- riage, drew his knife, and cut out an eye of the poor brute.. The lady who accompanied 3 him fainted, suffered a long nervous illness, " and will never recover from the honor the m outrage gave her. And we knew the young lady, who, knowing this of him, was fool-. hardy enough to become bis wife. And we know how he tortured her; How h outra-- 1 ged all her feelings; how he delighted to destroy whatever she prized, or took plea- ure ".w m n,s.m Pas8,n n Dr, , Pture seized her by the Moulder , fdho(.k her till she could not crawl to bed; ; . ti a' "" "5, u"' now. KeI blib bl ,nd blue mth bIow nd P,nch: , 7,, ,, C , ' shcl 1red h?r fro,a hl crwl7- ,. " .vou bve,a ultor wh,om. 1 el ced io favor, look narrowly into the tran. "-r" lc 'y n itfor a while, or it may induce h.m to "r oul; . ssureu " n?Tul tvm1r remain, and the time J-we yourpresence will b no' re9tr,nt uP.on " - W have heard wives - plam.'I was so deceived in my husband; - rew deceitful Ac. But w. belief, 'n nine cases out of ten, these women de-;f themselves. Vfhey suilcr the romances of th."r M.sh heart to adorn their lov-; ,er W' h. t ' ct'llencle whlh M ;cy attributed to a perfect manly character,. ' Bnd to draw a VOtl ftver all hi vifQ and i-Ia. IeCU. Wtlleh IT It mrl Mft MlrtfA. iliahi i- u ' 8orlunea or ailaisva ih features, : r Men are not perfect women re; not Frfect. In all casea, there must eziat a" necessity to bear and forbear, but it doea - , - , . . ... ."M.en.-ioro iouow mat you snouid marry -..m. T ... uv w, TVU 1 . " .. . . uu man. it vou ao o. vou aeserve a!"'. . W rj , a ter ru e l'uwsnmenfc' A Ktacl tvtori'd mm tmuif I ......... w. - ivsm 'au 9 v uiuw i . . . euner live m a continual' ferment! of fear. of her fruitless effort to please; or she must ' d take 1 We hope not?" To this favor shr must Ceme." An aged woman, was passing along Lake Street yes'erday afternoon. She was plain ly ciau; tne cut was not the latest, nor the PKr,J, tb,7ewesW "wr the fabric the rich 1 rue she did not wear a bloomer hat. nor "pure white" koe;' and it must b confessed she w. not h.ndsomc, for rare- are the human flower in this wintry world"' that BTooin over' half a century. , y .just Dcuina ner cme two young women -Madies? glittering iu "change able" silks, 4 like new born butterflies, with Heaven', iiii- , print yet damp upon them. They were' young, and therefore lovely to look at. . We " are sorry to say that the aged woman, was the theme of their ill-timed kt. and their conduct was so indelicate and . unbecoming. m iu siinci me hucruou oi persons pass ing. " True', the old lady did not walk grace-' 1 fully. ' May be she had worn herself out 111 caring for just iuch. creatures a they we sincerely hope not. I'erhaps, and not, per haps, she had greater grace of mind "W heart; than they wcr gifted" with knew more of the world, though Jess of delaines- anu Drocnc.-... i - -r ; -:c.r- ,t w-i In fact, we could see those Toumr women' presiding in parlor. With ondrous grace, flattered knd admired, while iu the trfcet r they revealed hearts, if not heads, tnpty lasvyear'. birds; nests, . TheV1 blav unon pianos doubtless shejupon spiuning wheels i -j-they arc young--shesi oid and yet met t can tell them they will b fortunate if they r6ach : theirt sixtieth anniversary 'with ti much thai adorns her Whom- Heaven made the angel op the hearth a that olds woman. Had they been young men, tliey Would it a been whipped, but a joun ladles they 'are in i.. ;t;.,i r. ..... f A. Rich Sckb.-A friend tell us thsJ he-'! recently witnessed an amusing incident at. It one of our Broadway hotel.; A gentleman, his friend, who had been "participating'1 a it little too frct-ly at dinuevw-bou6 1 jcavy town by on of .the Hudson river steamera. A hnn - lobster,; salads of which he .had iaat 1 partaken bad suggested to him the purchase of lobster u take home with him..") His j ordered the servant to buy him a line large . one, which was at once obtained, lln l.-.i only a .mall carpet baff OT satchel for lu-r. gage, and into this he directed the servant to thrust the lobster. The. waiter c.iujt down, saving be eouldnt dolt. ' This"ro.iii. ed tho gentleman's ire. Ite tolJ him to fol- n low htm up W Jits room and see him 'do It. ' But it was to do One of those things h'u h the Apoatole said ''-' "Jtot'.r uaveuimt. ".'' There wasn't foots for thq r'lpntwly' fluL, and ? he Violently '"opposed Uie lnotkin. As'u " lastrttsort, the lobster Wat lied np !il a Wrorfg irewrt upT wrajiper, carried oowit with llir earpee.W to the boat, and tiWd in a cor- f ner of Uie gentlenwf hetth. ' la tlm "deai( waste and middly of the niirht," jhelub.ter escaped; ;one of hi claws bad bicorrm un- pegged;'na he had crawled up to. the head of the berth, and eied bis owner by tlie ar, who, awaking front maudlin slew, PMtt. d tlie bola boatv "riih cries f d ft -t raurdei"- "'Twas a rich iceiW. Mr- ladies are Ik arrawa- it ... cannot be jn off without bow. , , - ' . .fcome, however, arc Jtkt mi,-tt4H, gilt Off ilh foWDKH. h 'a H ,V ' f vt ' Of i. . . :V . :.: m m '.- 4 i r ! t r : m ff't:tX v.-.-. I-1' rx2'. o: .,1 fas i , - 1