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'! i .- - -J u : - 4 "'' VOLUME 18 NO. 43. Kossuth's Apostrophe to America. ;. ..,. ) Thou Pilgrim land ! . J. seek thy strand,. ' An fcile from afar, To hail, beside thy crescent moon, j Yunj freedom's morning star; j Its glory gilds die brightest page ., la all the scrolls of Fame, Jt'or there thy Washington inscribed, ' His own immortal name; 'Tis read lilong thy rocky shore, i. 'a-.',- By many a seaman brave; a; ?Tis read with tears by pilgrim-bands, Beside Potomac's wave 1 . ' 1 Thou glorious West ! .'" - -1 come thy guest, .., , . By banded -despot's dri ven, To sco Columbia's Eagle soar, In Freedom's star-lit heaven; " $Vhere every bird may plume her nest Beneath congenial skies, - ' .nd Bing her song of joyous love ,R Where freedom's banner flies: , ." ghe sings it to the Ocean's breeze . That fans the Atkntjc strand; l': She sings it to the prairie flowers ! Through Freedom's glorious iand ! y v Thou Exile's home ! To thee I come 4 ' Across the stormy wave','' : To see thy bannry proudly float -."V .Above-.tbe wise and brave: . It spurns the tyrant's angry ken, .. f The bigot's jealous gaze: It fans tlio brows of noble men, '" " Whe're freedom's watch-fires blaze; -They blaze from every mountain height, V..-t O'er .all the glorious West, ., ,., As Vulcan pours his liquid fires, From Etna's burning crest. Young giant World 1 Thy Flag unfurled, Waves proudly o'er the sea; And long. its bunnercd stars shall glow In Freedom's galaxy; They shine around thy Eagle's track, High soaring to the sun, ' .. And light, with rays of joyful hope, . The cottage of the poor; Ere long, from despot power redeemed, Our cottage hearth's shall shine, ; With fires' by patriot valor fanned, At freedom's billowed shrine. ;' ; ' ' DREAKS. ; ' ' Dreams come and go, r' ' . - t With bliss or woe, , . (. Like phantoms of mystic art, ; In spirit on. high, ; Frpm eartli to the sky, '" With a dizzy whirl we dart. ' ir.:i , . Through halls wo are borne, ,; .Where banner torn . .. , , Hang drooping in sad array ; . Through gardens fair, ' Where blossoms rare i Are drenched by the falling spray. '" M ' : . . n "' fairies light, , . . On pinions bright, . , ' We" float in mazy dankes, ' " 5 M ' ; 'v" ' JJy placid streams, f,:ls a Where, in silver beams, it j.sThe niptmlightsoftlyglances. There goblins start, ' " ,,s ;And, shrieking, dart ' 1 ' . Front dismal, fearful caves ; 1 ..: ."'i l 'j Vii 'And mountains creep, Or wildly leap, "' 'On'tWmadiy dashing waves. Or mermaids fair . Their flowing hair 4 i-.'jEntwinod with glutening'pearls, 'rf-.i'ii'i'-'A And sea-birds sweep it: . f. r " From tlie rocky steep, , . In fearless circling whirls. ' f.i d'-vt,jhen Vith beating heart," f !isi ; i!s.. )i We trembling start, '.- t y Halfawake from our wild, wild dreaming -f -ir l '..(- e , snuuuer 10 iiuim, . I ', Of the fearful brink, '. ' ' ' And the sea-birds loudly screaming, j , pould'nt, Uunderstand. ."Are you an Odd Fellow?: , , ."No sir. t I have been married a week." ' .''I mean do you belong to the Order of , - j.. iv.i uviviiit u w.v v.u-v. . t tff A T 1 h. nni tt tna Jlrlf.lr r.t milrPia1 f". .;, ; : 'Confound you, no, ,. I am a son of John Gosling." ,. "ii t ,,.) i, iin,,... ,,,,, four ;iisefal Mazims. : . ,. . .1 Never regrc.t for whaf is Irretrievably Iot. 2 Never expose your disappointments ' to the fdrld." r!.j -U.Ut d.-v 3 Never complain that any .one-, hag Jll- ;fWljfWk' r-J .-.,;'-.-..'!..; t ,-. .. ' 4 Always speak well of your friends Jjut of jfqurapmies.. speak neither good or f ,i. JfSeftftrwuisni is miserable little short ' sighted prejudice;' It makes you hate your neighbor because he eats lus oysters roasted ''Vrliett'fotf'take' then) I the shell. 4lteV!'"U rt if m. ,''"'! 1 ' i. ;r-"' ... .. ttu.ltfifxA Jifiospphers. say, tjat Shutting the eyes makef the sousS of hearing more acute, wag suggested that this accounts for the ei many closed eyes iicAre' seen ill o . v. ..-.-. - .". i. ' : 71 MUI " " 4i5P?A' jury 'ho had beeii bring a prisoner inguitty epon 'Vfession and plea; returnedi It " Wiltf;' otferecP it reaiH " T - J J ini.ll VUWWU'iv A his own con . verdict isf not WUt:' offerecP it reason hat they . Knew (lira' to be such A liar' that they could A'wt Delicti! Wrtf Ji i4V M.V JA ' ".IVU M ttw Hi i.im.ii .m ji.jjW.Tf U A -XarAoountJ-j editor, detcnbinif dance, t.iftt awillae ball Mid, "The gorgeous strings of glass IwadaglistvBsd ob the heaving bo .iWBf.tlie,ttllairciJtelh'Si Jike ' polished rij( bles resting ihMh ..dtlicf tf sviriafe. of warm apple dumplings." ' I n I I fM5 Mv uuiiiu , ;; " .or ponce court, in tne couniy wnere tne or-; snai or deputy, or to any constable, who shall proceewng uiiuvr mis cv, in hiiuiuoii to wuwmoiuu. . ... 1 ??"'' ', ' ' ' , fouco was committed. And the. forfeiture. proceed .to search tho premises described in t,w aiary allowed such officer by law but,- j, ' ' ' ,, "'-No.'-'-Him Carpenter .by trade." f 1 so covered shall go to the town where the said warrant, nnd if any spirituous or intox- no costs in such cases shall be remitted or iime oi our )oung gntlei "Worse arid wowcliAre you a Son of jConvictcd party resides, for the use of the'icating liquors are found therein, he shall reduced by the prosecuting officer or the t!8"n ' , ...r0,, B,""-col'iir k t,.,.....4.i . ., i .1 , . ; . n. 1 , . i. ."""mu T . . i. , the "lather-killer, so en led from .iri'l.nnil.H I....W Hltml. A f A 1'AII a M 11 - i.ADiunviiMii.i;i ,. " ..- i v. .... ... nnnr nnri inp ni'ncfinrnr or nom. umnnr c.wj. I irt Miinn ai.h n.m Mr MAINE LI QUOR LAW. As Act for the Isctpkessioji of Dsrsuxo Houses and TipriiNQ Shops, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep resentatives, in Legislature asemlded, at follows: Sectiow 1. No person shall be allowed at any time, to manufacture or sell, by himself, . his clerk, servant or agent, directly or mdi ; rectly, auy spiritous or intoxicating liquors, (or any mixed liquors, a part of which is spir ituous or intoxicating, except as hereafter 'provided. Sec. 2. xho Selectmen of anv town and ! Mayor and Aldermen of any city, on the first j Monday ot May annually, or as soon there ;iieras may oe convenient, may 'some suitable nerson. as the ao-ent o( said !tnun nri;ir t,, of Enmn .,i.t..i n 1 . ... venient place within said town or citv sn r- its. wines, or other intnxicatintr linunri in be used for medicinal anil mtvlifinirnl nnr. poses, and no other; and said aeut shall re - rPIVA filinll pnmru.nMilmri' ..i- lia u. na UV fill V Ut-'ISUM tl III )UI II mil UllUIir LllISUf!L. Hits Ul fi( IZUIT. IlUrCIlllSKU I IT RHJU U V II1U mni.-l.l a... in I. aF.h mRKR I.nfl rilAntlPKPmPnr. HDL 111 rnnsrnilHnm .'uwiii .mhivoiivv. w the board appointing him prescribe; ar.d ljce." committed, shall notify the person com-! agent of said city or towB, for medical and Generally, as it is spent, so" is almost all sub- j of tlle course that had been pursued by the of t!,e Presbyterian church, regular m flr shall, in the sale of such linuors. conform to plained of, and if upon a hearinir of the par- mechanical purposes only, !in pursuance of .pnt TUfi.nn. Th if,. nn,! tlm 1,.... ! Administration with reference to the indem- attendance upon the services of the sanctu- cnpti rutno oml r.iiilo:, a v, c..i.,i i ties it shall nrmcar tliat a hrr'iinh lias hern !the nrnvisinns of this Art. ilu-v mav be de- i....i .1 ...:.:i..i . .1..:. j fnitr. lin f.lt saiifirl tlmf Him Hnnao won ary; humble and exemplary la her deport v. ivuiuuuii., do mv, jtici-Liiivii , - 11 or Mayor nnd Aldermen as aforesaid, shall committed, they shall revoke and make void prescribe for that purpose. And such agent, llis Appointment. And whenever a breach appointed as aforesaid, shall hold his sittia- jof ay oonl given to the inhabitants of any tion for ono year, unless sooner removed bv the Board from which he received his an - .... . . F pointment, as He may Do at any time, at the plea&uro of said Board. Mo. 3. Such aa-ent shall receive a certifi- pnip from tlx. fuvir nn, A u,nnM, si,.nt. vai w &a.ii.j (u llll II VI fc thorizing him, as the agent of such town or nifT. ell ininvtitn.. f. vitt 1 vr cn-11 111 lUAiwiui nil liuiiuin i 11:1 1 1 i and mechanical Durnosus onlv : but Ruch certificates shall not be delivered to the per- son so appointed, until he shall have execu- our lmnS tluly appointed as atoresaU ; on: whose authority the seizurojwas made to the ted and delivered to said Board 11 bond, with Pa'u forfeiting on the first eon virtion, the district court, before his aj'esd shall be al two wjod and sufficient sureties, in the sum sum f olie hundred dollars mid costs of lowed, he shall give a bond in the sum of of six hundred dollars, in substance as fol- lows : " Know nil men that we, cipal, and , as pnn- as sureties, are y bound to the inhab- , (or citv, as the holden, and stand firm itanls of the town of case may be, ) in the sum of six hundred dol- lars, to be paid them, to which payment we bind ouiselves, our heirs, executors and ad- minis! miors firmlv hv flmco mvonnto Mnoi. cd with our smI nn,l luu.il iliia Am .. .... uiiy Iof A n 't . " j. ne condition or this ooiigation is such, that whereas, the above bounden has 1 , 11 ... .. Df.en amy appointed an Hgent lor the town (or ci y) oi , to sell withiu, and for and on account of said town, (or city) intox- icating liquors for mod purposes, and no otlu icinai anu mechanical r, until the day of , A. 1) unlcs s sooner re- moved from snid ajtenry. 'Now, if the said duill in nil r- pects conform to the provisions of the law relatincr to the business for which he is an- poiflted. and to such rules and regulations as now are or shall be from time to time es- arising under this Act; and when informa-' quors arc kept or sold in any teat, shanty, tablishtd by the Board making the appoint- i'u,n sllil'l Dc communicated to the pour!, that but or place of any kind fr selling refresh ment, then this obligation toie void ; oth- anJ' member of any panel is engaged in'snch ments in any public place or near the ground erwise to remain in full force." traffic, or that he is believed to be so engag- of any cattle show, agricultural exhibition, Sec. -1. If any person, by himself, clerk, Rl' the court shall inquire of tho' juryman military muster, or public occasion o ' aiiy servant or agent, shall at any time sell any of whom such belief is entertained ;' and 110 kind, to search such suspected place, and or............ I .. . . -I "f".' T. u iiois, pari. 01 which is intoxicating, 111 violation or tins Act, he shall forfeit and pay on the first convic - tion. ten dollars and tho cost of nrosectition. . . .. . . . ' ... I . .'I.I. I ! miu MIUll SLHIlti COmmil-LCU Until Uie SaillC DC paid; on the second he shall pay twenty A O I .1. . f . 1 . uuiiars anu inc costs oi prosecution, and tl,.,11 .( 1 nil :.I siuuo ouiuu uuiiiiiui'u iiiiiii me nuuiu uc patu, i and on the third and every subsequent con-' viction he shall pay twenty dollars and tho! costs of prosecution, and shall be imprisoned in the couniy jail, not bss than three months nor more than six months, and in default of exce pt those criminal cases in which the liquors so seized shall be destroyed by order payment of the lines and costs prescribed by parties are actually under arrest awaiting a of said justice or judge, this section, for the first and second convic-;lrla' and the court aud prosecuting officer J Sr.c. 15. If any person arrested tinber the tion, the convict shall not bo entitled to the .shall not have authority to enter a nolle proceding section and sentenced as afore benefit of chapter 175 of the revised statutes, 'prosequi, or to grant a continuance in any said, shall claim an appeal, before his appeal until ho shall have been imprisoned two cnse arising under this Act, either bsfore or shall be allowed, he shall give n bond in .. .. . . . ... - - luuuuia, nuu in ueiivuit ut payment oi. uncs and costs provided for the third and every cuunuijuiuii iuiiviuuuu, Mian nub eiui - tied to the benefit of said chapter 1 75 of the revised statutes, until he shall have been im - B.tlic.1nnni.l I. ..1...T1 1. w..,: prisoned ; four months. , And if any clerk, servant, ngent, or other persons m the em- ployment or on the premises of another, shall violate the provisons of this section, he shall be held i equally guilty with the - principal, and on conviction shall sutler the sumo pen - alty, ! under the above section, may be recovered, etc. a. aviiy lorieuure or penalty arising uv nn nciion oi ueiK. rr dv commaint neiorn 1 .. ... . J.L. i I I .,... any justice or tne pence, or any municipal ' r . . miiv hn ml muted n a witness m dm iiiul And if anv one of the Selectmen or Board of m a 1.1 i.iif : .uayor nuu jviuejnieo Mian approve ot uie, .ommencement of any such suit; by endors - ing his ramo upon his writ, the'dofendant Biiaii in no event recover any costs ; ana in (testily to some act ot sale ot intoxicatm" li - all actions of debt arising under this Hculion.dubrs therein by the becunant' (hereof or tho finesand forfeitures suffered by the de - fendant, shall be the. same as if the action naa teen by compliant.' Ana it snail be the duty of the Mayor and Aldermen of any city, and Selectmen of any town, to com nience an action iu behalf of said town If any person shall claim an ap- peal , from .a judgement' rendered against n.y, ngttiiisL any person gmjiv oi Tioiaii'iniwiipve warrant tne uquo s were seized, and U ,ur '""" n ucuiur lor the tollowinj? arithmetical piece ofwick- of any of tbd proyisions of this Act, on being be fails to appear,' or unless he can show by id money, Jabor or other property, either real edness : informed the same, Rnd being furnished positive proof, that sai l liquors are of foreign or personal, shall be held and considered to t.if twenty seven Inches of snow gives with proof of Uie fact. iT ,.i ,.-). L: ibroduction. that thev have been imnnrtnd have been received in violation of law, and tliivv S nrlifts hf Wftlr how m.i.Vi milW will him' by any judgn or justice, on the trial of cd in the qriorinl packages in which they , transfers and conveyances, mortgages, liens, COw3 ti; ti,.n ivido the product by atur such action or complaint, he shall,' before were imported,' and in quantities no less than attachments, pledges nnd securities of every njp; Rdd a pound of chalk: and the sunt will the appeal'shall be allowed recognize in die! the laws of the United States prescribe, they iind, which either in whole or in part, shall bo the answer' -s '. ' . . sira ot. one huadrod dollars,; with two good 'shall be declared, forfeited, and shall be de-for or on count of spirituous or . w'v. u ; ' and sufficient sureties in every case so ap-' stroyedby 'fiuthority of the written order to' uitoxjcuting liquors, shall be ut'erly null ?d tV'THi you present your account to tho pealed, to prosecute his appeal, Rnd Jo paythat effect, of said justice or Judge and in hiejvoid against all persons and in all cases, nnd defendant?", said a lawyer to his dieni the an costs, lines auu penalties inai may oa awarded against him, upon ft final dispositJonJ to Snob Suit Wi Complmnti'fjAnd before Jits' . . . 1 . l.'i.. A J L . I. j appeal shall be allowed, he, shall also, jn ev ery case, give a bond, with two other good and sufficient' sureties, running to tho town or city where the otfenco was committed, in the sum of two hundred .dollars, that fie wiH npOurinsr" tlie pendancy of .such kn appeal, violate any of the provisions bf this Act." vlnd v& reoonah yVlkmd SliiiH be taken in cases arising under this Act, except by the justice or judge before whom the trial was had ; and the defendant shall be held to advance the jury fees in every case of appeal in an action of debt; and in the event of a final conviction before a jury, the defendant shall pay and suffer double thcltom House certificate of importation and araount of hnes, penalties and imprisonment ;proola of marks on the a;ks or packHgcs Uons. awarded against him by the justice or judge! corresponding thereto, shall not be received! Sue. 18. The Act entitled "an Act to re from whom the appeal was made. The for- as evidence that the liquors contained in strict the sale of intoxicating drinks." appro- iciture lor all Bonds nnd recognances given in pursuance of this Act, shall goto the town or city where the offence was committed, lur luu use 01 lnu Pr; ana li uie recog - umiuus anu oonus mentioned in mis section shnll not be mven, within twenty-four hours after thi inrlirnmpnf. ' llip aniwnl Rlmll nnt hn fallowed; the defendant in the meantimo to stand committed I o nnu.ir p CKt- ' ine fliayor ana Aiuermen oi any c"it nuu tlie fscluctmen ot any town, wncn - lever complaint shall be made to them that a ' breach of the conditions of the bond given clt' or town ln Pursuance of any of the pro - . visions of this Act, shall be made known to ' il... HI. ii.i 1,1 iui-mih h, ur cwivunm-ii, w i shall in any manner come to their knowledge iV.. r '.i 1...11 .1... -v humo unt 01 ul,'ln "l 1,10 ex- pcnse and for the use of said citv or town, r j cause he bond to be put in suit in nnv court! TVr to try the same. Sec. 0. Is o nelson sh nil ha iillnv.-frl In hii - - i - R rnanuiacturer ot any spirituous or mtoxica- imS liquor, common selltt tjiereef, wish - P'Kecution, and 111 default of the payment thereof, the person to convicted shall he im- ,1 prisoned sixty days in the common jail; and on the second conviction, the person so con- victed shall pay the sum of two hundred dol- lars and the cost of prosecution, nnd in de- ,ault ot payment slmll be imprisoned four monLs the common jail ; and on the third an(I eTcr.v subsequent conviction, shall pay; the sum of two hundred dollars, and shall he imprisoned four months 111 the common tail, in (he counlv whi-re the nffl.n km ' . . . J , " cnmui-a w uu jut-overeu before any court of competent jurisdiction, 1... :.wi:..i 1... . r :i . . . .1 . ';"-"i; oy auuon 01 ueot in tne ,mme 01 1110 mi' or town where the otlence f!llU1 he committed. And whenever a dc - "v v" ""j n-tMijimnuu nusuig undt'r tins Act, scire facias shall be issued, iiiiu uiv . sauiu nnd shall not be continued, unless for 4. rood cause satisfactory to the court. cec. y. o person engaged in The unlaw - I traffic in intoxicating '"liquors shall be c e . . ... ful competent to sit on any jury in any case answer U' IK 1 hi k 1:1 ninL-n chu ha nvr.rl "",.". '-'" . "" nl,j tase awsing in tins aci; UUt if ,ie sI.ia" answer falsely, he shall be in- : capable of serving on any jury in this State :' 1 . 1. . j i' . , III I hll mV HilP lllu In ..i..m ... .....l. .....j ui.mu numn-i, in niiiu uae 110 hlial1 Du discharged hv the court lrom all fii..l... ntlnnl.,,. .... X """""'""- " . I Sun. in. All Mt niwimr m,1,.r ll.:.- . " jj M.i. .m.. .vw, whether by action, indictment or complaint, w.'"c' s'la" come before a superior court, e'lber by appeal or original entry, shall taVo precedence in said court of all other business I .. C .- .1. .. !'. .. I .1 .1. . . ...!. . I .1 v- ..y.j nm.m mi. jjuqivwi f Justice shall require it. 1 C .1 . - Ota:, ii. xi any mrcG persous, volc in the town or city where the complaint shall be made, shall before nnv iustice of the pence or judge, of any municipal or police eourt, make complaint under oath or a (fir- mation. that thev have reason to he1iv. nnA do believe th tin,, li- quors are kept or deposited and intended for sale, by any person not authorized' to 'sell the same in naidcitjror town under the pro- (Visions oi tins Act, in any store, shop, work- house or t ir other building or place in said city . . . . ... ..." ' - J or town, sa a uisticn or nir hw sua Ktiu i . warrant ot search to any sheriff, city mar- .ey them to ome inmrmr. nin nf coi.ni.iiir ...li.,vn i, i,u 1 them until final action i had t1.'iw. Tli ... . 1. 1 ... . ..' .. no- uweiung nou?e in Wliicn, or m part Ot j which a shop is not kept, ehall bo searched, unless at least one of said complainants shall lby Jus 'consent or permission, within at least 'one month of the time of makintr said com- phint. And the owner or keeper of said li - quors seized as aforesaid, if be shall be known to the olncer seizing the same shall be sum - or.monedfortbwithbel'oretheiusticeoriitd'i'ebvl under the laws of the UniSed Statei), and in accordance therewith that they are contain - ll prcseneo, or in tho presence ot some peronino ng'," 9 " uo.-4neu nere Appointed by him to witness the destruction . 7 . thereof, und who shall join with the officeffty. touching such real or personal estate; llis by whom they aitcisting tjiat f der bv authority shall have been destroyed, inPurcnMe w su "quo4 may ue. a,wjiiess rtct upon the back of ."die orfor e'tber party; ..And, nq action of atjy kind 61 which it whs ilrme: n.l shall be maintained m any court ill this State. the' dysrneror keeper ofstteB liqiiors sballpnyleither in whtde or in part fof iritoxicating-or uue wi, twew.y upuam committed fop th jrty, dayi msnt, ii in r.iie ajun ..ii i ? t. quoin ftunji ttmw ut: u i or uvprmueti- sir, 1 i c,.f "if fbe'endorWr kere secure." "i; 'lhiw gsv rto)iccnf an araendroat tficre- CADIZ, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, TEBRUAEY the purpose of sale. And if tht owner or intoxicating or spirituous liquors, orthe val possessor of any liquors seizad iu pursuance. ue thereof. of this section, shall set Tip the claim that Skc. 17. All the provisions of this Act re they have been regularly imported under the lating to towns shall be applicable to cities laws of the United States, nnd that they are and plantations; and those relating to Select- contained in the original packages, the Cus- :said packngss are those actually ;mponed therein. Skc. 12. If the owner.! keeper or posses-'cept ior oi uquors scizea unuer tne provisions oi ima jici.-snau dc unknown to ine oiucer bci- zing the same, they slmll not be condemn- ed nnd Hpstrnvpd until tlior shall liavfe been advertised, with the number and description f) UIB rirtafrp 1V tlfnr ll nut M Kir IWO 1. t . . . t . .f b v ... wceas, Dy posting up a written oescripiion , oi tne same in some pubic place, mat ir sucn liquors arc actually the property of any city or town in the State, and were so at the time! 1 j . j j .stroyed; but upon satisfactory proof of such ownership, within said two weeks, before the justice or judge by whose authority said : liquors were seized, said justice or judge 'shall deliver to the agent of said city or 4 i . .i n? i :. .:.! it quors in sustodv, whereupon said oiliccr 'i.n .i..it i- l .' t i..i.:. 1.:- wu aim oruir 10 mt- omcer nawiig Baiii - snau uenver mem to saia agent, lading ins rccemt therefore unon the back ot said order. t X X , t , ' which shall be returned to said iustice or 'judge. j i Sep 13. Tf nnv npNnn clniminrr nnv li. i - - - , quors, seized as ntorsaiu, sJiall appeal irom j the judgement of any justifo or judge by two hundred dollars with two good nnd suf- ficinnt sureties to nrosecutd his num-al. nnd I ...... rl . . I to pay all fines and costsl which may be awarded against him; and in the case of any such appeal, where the quantity of liquors so seized shall exceed five gallons, if the ri - , nal decision shall be . ngfiiust the apelhint, that such liquors were intended by him for sale, he shall be adjudged by the court a common seller of intoxicatm"- liouors. and shall besubiect t the penalties nrovided for'. J 4 111 Rectum eioht of this Act. nnd said linuors , o ' ' l uuoliujuu jnuwui.u iui lUBiL-uuii j 11 . Bu: nothing contained in this Act shall 1 1... . 1 .. .. i u tunbu ueu iupieciHunv cuciiusi, artist or rnanuiacturer m whose nrt or IratUi theyt ,may be necccssary, Irom . keeping at liis:tilt,re is sound philosophy. Husband and i.m.i; u. k,, u.,u .ua.imuiv: mm wile must mutually hear and concede, if they per quantity of distiled liquors as he maylwisn t0 make home a retreat of iov and uaic uLfiMuu iu-u.u niiiu mi uuisuii, um nri.f.rculi". 14. It shall be the duty of any May- ' . v . . , . toF.. Alderman, Selectman, Assessor, - Ma'rshall or Deputy or Constable, if he Citv shall have information that any in'.icatii) li cm., nfhi.m tin I rinil ll i.nn llw. nvnmia . ' . ' J j ."' "i'"" !.'"' , 'lAt the Philadelphia mint. any iiuoxiuiumg uniihs, suhh sci.o inem and arrest the keeper or keepers of such place, and take them forthwith, or as soon . 1 ... .. n. Iin iAl..vn t-r.. n iiid ia. ah . ... 1 .... . . I .. na 111 l', uil.'l SVIUi. ju.iutv Ul jliuc Ul a ; municipal or police court, with the liquors I,... t. 1 ...,1 ..,.;...! ..t,. ......' o iuuuu nu nci.cu, mm upi jnuim umi Un ill Vm nnra n ro inf nvi.l lin rr t.lmttKav nl . ...... .....w... ... ...H..v , ...... v...j i found in possession of the accused, in a tent, j shanty or other place as nforesnid, he ox. they shall be sentencsd to imprisonment: in the county jail for thirty days nnd the: '.. 1 1 l i ll .. . 1 , ... . tuu sum m une uuimitu uuimia niui iwu his clerk, 'did you say that was a counter I good find sufficient sureties, that he wiirc,,:fi ,i,,nnr -w-hii'li vnn't., fi-.v. n,Mt ,i,,,! .r.cAAiil.. l.ta nnm.'il .mil nui- .,11 lna .,,.,1. ,,,;J tt,i it" ynj uuua, ..v.-.. nnu penalties which may be awarded ngainst him. And if on such appeal the verdict such appeal the verdict. of jury shall bo against him, he shall m audition to mo penalty aiyaruea Dy the lower court, payifineof twenty dollars. In! all cases of appeal under this Act from tho' judgment of a justice or judge of any mu- ipal- or -rjohce . court, except where tho proceeding w by action of debt, they ahall. ",! vuuuuuk-u i; .""'i. "y uie. thc prosecuting-omecr or uie government and and .1 . ,11 .. ..1. ..1 I... .... i . . ...1 .' .11 ... A. ... ... .' . . . , suiu ouieei muui uu niuuni iu reeene hii C03ls 10 me- ouuo'in.au criminal couri, in any sun, ixmipiaiiu,,. imiicunent or other Trocedini airiunst anv nerson tor a violation of any of the provisions of this Act. -ti fc.. ii. ,.........,. ..1...11 "nu " uucuut:, n un)A u be requisite to set forth particularly the rec- ot ft former conviction, but it shall bu 1 81 h sufficient to mwge vritiiy n.av sucn person as peen sonvicteaot a violation or the lourtli section pf this Act, as a common sellar, e rnay ,)0' Bna fiUC" allegation in r ll nnV ,"1 or criminal process in any stage of the. proceedings, before final judgment, may be; amca!a' witnoui terms as a matter or rignr,.., IC " without consideration, and against law, equi j - tyv n(i 800u const'ience, npd all sales, by; and m any action either at lawof &ui- payments or compensation ,:. The New York Day Book is responsible iiin.wKur Wna,-r -i , -v brokers wife to her skenv suouso "the dnv day. K ' ' V ' " ' s,indyMtofpay.couwl 11, 1852. men bhall also be applied to the Mayor and Aldermen of cities and Assessors ofplanta- rea August sixui, one mousana eigiu nun dred and forty-six, is hereby repealed, tx- the thirteen sections from section ten to seoiion iwcniy-iwu inclusive, nanny uu re- s.-rtiiig ni 11 actions or other proceedings,! which are already commenced by aullionlv'on the State of the Union, t of the same, and all other Acts and narts of Acts inconsistent with this Act are hereby retlPttiea. IIUS ACl lO IHkC ClleCl iroin HUll -I--- .. , j ' r. . . II . 1. - . .... uuer us approval oy uie wovi-rnor. A Eappy Home. The first year of married life is a most uiiuu iucil nssiiiiuniu iiicii iicng nul uc&l-1 . " ' ...... - reS( or esc conjuring up their dislikes, they allecl uPon depart from its usual mode of auufuelto their prejudices and animosities 'proceeding. forever afterward. "I have somewhere1 The debate was further continued by read" savs Rev. Mr. AVise. in his Bridal Greetings, "of a bridegroom who trloried in . . o . . . ..o b 0 acconiDanv him into tlieirarden a dar or . r . ... o ' js eccenlncitics. lie requested lus bride! tw0 after tuc,r wcdainir. He then threw a i..,nf ,.r i,..u ....tto.m (i;;, 1111V UlVi VUVIU" V VIIM1 VJ K I V i,;. ,,,i ,.e t ua ,0i,,.i,i tn ii, other side and exclaimed, , n D..11 .1... i iiii iiiii- She pulled it, at his request, as far as' sie could. He cried, 'Pull it over' ' 1 can't she replied But null with all vour mirht' should tie whimsical husband. : . n., ,.; ..11 ...-(- ..r i B---, jjui 1LII1 " VI V fill HIV liVJl b3 VI li,C hndc to pullover the line, so Ion" as her husband held on to the onposit end But1 wien lcame round, and they both pulled iat oue end it came over with great ease. I There!' said he. as the line fi-11 from the roof: you see how hard and ineffectual was our Jivbor when we pulled in opposition to Kut lw.,v D,inn....iii !,.., i.H. ll,l f,...tl,...-t it .;n u i nut- 1. v um i'.iiiv v iuvuh 1 1 av ...it , ,1 i 1. i;c.l Tf fw una u. mr utai, uiiuuuu utvi 11 hc up- posed each oihr, it will De hard work; it we act together, it will be pleasant to live o . .. 1 ... 11 Us always pull together. ' - rn this tllustration, homely as it my be, h lss. Une a one cannot make home hannv Imt ....ii - i" . ... 1 here must oc union ot action, sweetness of spirit, and great forbearance and love in both husband and wife, to secure the irrent purl of linnninoiM in .h ilnmeaili. Ladies Jtcjjonilori, Gold received in 1S51. ' The following staiement of il,.. amonnt of Gold, received at the United States Mint nnd Branches (luring the year 1851. we find in n late number ef Bit-knell's Reporter . . , , 1 At Q,.oans braneh ( Dec j osljmate(j ) - .r ,1 .1'.-. v lAuieizn vioiuiitcw xuiii, O ' ,uvnl.tj ,, iiJUril.Il LTHm v Vnrk filtitiinnn . . " iO, 1 iO.UUU Other itrt& ' T ' 600 000 1 v' ett increase of rold a ' Coinage "at Philadelphia, At New Orleans, (estimated,) itr-'Johii," said a down east trader to W ' n.. , rrer j ?" 'Veu sir. nml lin mirlt.rt Inn lmiiri arm " oVi.tl Trvl.r, ..rii 1t.z.wr ...1... I Irt An the su-rar ajrain, and throw another pailful of w.,ter huo the oldco'niac. . -- iC5?"The clerk of a villa: in the neignborhoo;! of sun rise, at the close of the services one Sabbath made the fol- lowing announcement: , . .w tivi v. ii i uunu t "1 hereby give you notice that a 8i,B w uuuus umi vesnj meeting will be held at six o'clock on Wed- ' "S wu. oe muu at six o ciock on vv ea- i...... a ,r un.n.i .... ... ,..... ... f 1 .t- -. . .. . I -unr tiiuiua, in uiuui iu niiuc m a uuhi wuuumuu, iu w coiur uie cnurcn is 10 men nit",. th. ru - ' , -7 " , . . .vu uanuj cmum clnS 1,19 fatI)er' cut tlie Iattm lhroatv T r-. . good deacon, at a conference meet- ;n,r jn ,jie town of D norti, (f 303ton aAA, about it. rtv mti.i roeoil li!a attiitru t ' ono 1, evening as follows : . ' t.iv f,.;Hu fl.oro ... ;.. J 'nwjj V- vy a.i n 11, rw UVVll RS inar about now-a-days. We are told that all ntitn nn m itmr t Hi.avAn , Rtif ner KwneU. ren ftnd eisterS( we hope for bet, Kin ,, . i : nuestion in AritnmetiC. cow give when fed on rutabaga turuipst . "Mllltinlv tllfi flllLl hv lh liuir nn t.o vmc r, ; j ' ;' .;, 'k , "i did, your honor. c -. f "And what did he say?' 'Hi told me to Co to tho devil,' j jj "And what did you goihen?'' ,,.v..,r.i '.'Why, I came to you of course.',' f;.,4lj I Xjy""Vill rou rise now bit dear."ii!d l Congressional Proceedings. Friday, January 83. HorsE. The house went into Committee Mr. Allen, of Massachusetts, addressed uu up, aua ir. aiciuui auares. the Committee, indulging in censures on s.l'd " opposi'ioa t the reeoU Mr. Webster. ta": , ... . ; - Mr. Davis, of the same State, defended! ors. The unfinished businese . the Secretary of State. concurring in the amendment of Mr Carter, ' Mr. Meade obtained the floor, when the 1 arrced t0 w Committee of the hole on Committee rose, nnd the House adjourned. i:he Ul' "f 'he l n,on ye"lerd7. ,h for the relief of the Cuban prisoners. Was Sotiir,!.- January 01 jCOnCUlTed Hi. , 1 ! HorsK. The House went i . ; into Committee' and "!tin took ' nn tKo Mntiin Imltmniiv Tl ill j Mr. Meade, of Virginia, addressed the ' I ninmtrtao ai In ha nrnnriptv rf nnn inn ...w f.y..J ...,r....0 , the amendment, nendinrrthe manncrin which ' , l . 0 payment of the Mexican indemnity should be I mnrlf.. llilhirfo nnnrnnriatinns hien Vn- te(1- Rnd it had been left to the Executive to Messrs. llantoul nnd Houston, when the committee rose and the House adjourned. ; Monday, January 26. Sxkats. The Senate took up the bill granting land to the State of Iowa, to Hid in tj O - , the constructiun of certain railroads in that j State. Mr. TTndprunnrl nnnn.oH il l.ill. i -- - v. u w House. Mr. Smith, of Alabama, submit- ! ted a resolution callintrupon the President !ol the United States tor copies of the letters j which passed between Captain Long and Kossuth, growing out of a misundersUnding . . . . , - . . , ., - , , ., ... . between them; and also the letters of Com- modore Morris and Consul HodcR m tlm O- same &ubjeet; which was agreed to. Tuesday, January 29. SisATi. The Chair laid before the Scna'e the report of the Secretary of the Treasury, on tlie marine hospital fund.' Mr- Hwnter oltered a resolution, which was agreed to. callim? for a statement ofthn public warehauses under lease, the terms of ... the leases, and tin; neiiml wliieh ilw-v hiiv ' J " to run, itc. The Senate then resumed the considcra- tion of the bill granting land to the State of low, in-nidof the constructiorrof certain railroads in that State. . Mr. Sumner advocau;d the passage of the bill. . . , IIousk. The House was cni'a 'cd dunnr 1 the dav. in (lisriissiivr tin- ioint r..olnfinr authorizing the emnlovment of Donnelum Armstrong, to print lOJ.OOO copies of tho Census Report. . - Wednesday, January 20. I S.vatb, -Mr. Cass presented the rcsolu tions Rrd proceedings of a public mcetin rt,eenly helu ln Detroit, Michigan, in favor of.t,ie meaur before Congress authorizing friendly overtures to be made to the United Ui...,. k,.k..if.f nn:.. -v...i 54o 656 000 k'""l;' 111 "khoii oioiui j uiieii Him uu jniu, nuu in oeciciary oi oiaie niaue an associates in exile in Van Dicman's land, address, in the course of which .he preeented 8 466.000 pxPrcsed himself in faor of the passage a i-ketch of the comparative condition of ouf t 060 000 of that measure, and earnestly pleaded its country at. the two periods. -' . adoption. Ho considered it a merciful aug-' Then we had fifteen S'ntes, now we have igestion, ami not impertinent interference. 'thir.y-one. - ' ,'. , r lie thought the request, if made, would be Then our whole population wa three mil responded to ina corresponding fp'rit, by lions, now it is twenty-three, -u-v, 4g 943 yog' the British Government, Then Boston had 18,000 people, now U ' I Mr. Hale was warmly in favor of the mea- lias 137,000. .v i j $10,229 000 ,ur(' " j Philadelphia had 42,000, now it has 400,i ' Mr. Butler thought such language would, 003. , .j. t i vC--rj V 52 943 442 instead of expediting the pardon, rather re- 5 New York had 33,000, now ithaa 515,OO0t. u'oOo'oOO 'l' 'f not dcfcM it. ' f '. Then our imports were 81,000,000; How l Mr. Shields agreed with Mr. Butler. they are 7 8,000,000.- .. . ,.'.'. 61943 446 ',e rcso'ut'(,n declaring the Compromise Then our exports were $28,000,000, th-y .. ' ' ; a definite settlement of the slave question arc now $151,000,000. ".; was t'len taken up, and Mr. Davis addressed the senate in opposition to it. ' House. The IIouo this morning went into a Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, and l'l-sunieil flip ronsiilr!t- tioTI nf flip Kill mjVinir nn oiT.rnnriolirtn ' tr $3, 1 80,000, for the payment oi the last Mex can instalment. The several amendments pending were rejected; when the Committee1 ri ynrL inn mil wnc nnfciri iinnv tub rr- oration of the previous question. ; The House aain went int Committee, and on motion of Mr. Bgyly, the bill for the reiiet ot the Uipez expedition prisoners, re- cently released and pardoned by the Queen i .. . . n.vnin cpain, was itiKen up. ' Mr. Bayly having ascertained from the I Mate Uinnrimint Ihnt i thdnnann rintui i i would nrol.al.ltr h .n.,h to hrinir f.l - . lome, and contribute to their comfort and the Committee inserted that n their bill. . He said that he wou;dj persons nomu. - .iimoved' ; Amount in . Iaki ... f, , :,v I .. th hill .m.5..U .US.rf l.t .n.l h. appealed to the Committee to rise and I. r . ." . 1 I u. n:.i.i: .i remit tie dim to the House. - U. n;.l,i; n on the subject of onr foreig.i affairs, and par- ticularly in favor of tbe doctrine of Inter - vention or Non-intervention a. proclaimed by Kossuth. ''..'. i l - J . .... . - ' Mr. Cartter offered an amendment tether bill ."prayided that nothing in this net shall be so construed as lo approbate any inter ference irt the domestic aff.iirs of Cuba, by any of tho citizens of the United States."' "; This was debased by several 'gentlemen, when it was agreed to-.yeas 79, nays 8.' Oilier amendments wero offered and voted down. ' T ' ; -B .- '; ' v -:t The running debate involved the questions of outlaws, pirates, a nrt what is required by humanity in the necessitous condition ol the pardoned, invaders. - ' V"1'' " ''y 1 ; The bill havinir been reTJorted to' the House, the question was statedf on eoncurriiitr in tne amendment or Mr. vJartter. Auopted in Committee; whereupon,' f ? !; ' The yeas rttrcfrtfnTJ were demanded- pend- ing wnicn, mo t;o,ue anjournea. i 1 1 ..I if a ; ,n jT ',i . .i - ! i;v v,J..-..-i " " Thursday, anuury 9 : finiUTB.-Mr. Cooptrr presented pelit'ohs sgainsi me trans pnj(aiiot oi mans on eun- TERMS $1,50 A YEAR to, and it was postponed till Thursday next. The Mexican indemnity bill was referred to the Committee on finance. . The resolution declaring the Compromise act to he a settlement of the slavery uee m. .u- n it.. wlu3i uum uie vuuiiuiikv 8t Office, made a report to anmnd the. posiagclawot Majch 1, 11551: whicn was : relern'u t0 tne Committee of the Whole ea . niviu. . . . 5 The Mother of a President. Mrs. Polk, the mother of the late Presi- uel" )" um"-'u oiswa, a.ea imi . I 1 k 1 A I K tnr.nl; and esteemed and beloved by tne , community. Her venerable form might be f vry Sabbath in the 'bouse iof pwy1"',' It Is known that while Mr. and Mrs. Polk were in the Presidential mansion, their ex ample, so far a the Sabbath and attendance upon balls, ic, was concerned, was deci dedly f ivorable to the cause of religion, Mrs. Polk being a member of the church, and eon- sistunt wuli tier profession i N e may here venture to make e statement of no 'rreat interest, perhaps, but croinir to h"w the power of maternal uiaucnee. When; ... - v --r. Tolls was TresiUentof the United fetatt. ....... : I j 1 d IV 1.; . ,M,e 'inroaucea 10 uhsmuw Houv, and be remarked, -I have long Uen uba-jiilH-r to your paper for my agrd mo- ;"cr wl,u "u e auu reaus it iw jjn-ai, interest and attention every week. ; . . '1,1' 1.1 t ? iV j m e said to lum, that Disrespect lor tn Sabbath day had been gratifying to Uie re, bgious sentiment of the country. He re, P!k'o: ..! "vt " &i iufiul DJ' a P,0U1 n10' "L'r God and keep his commandments, and, i trust that 110 cares of a Government of my own will ever tempt me to forget what I 10 ihe uoveriimcnt ot uou . 0 have otten recalled that remark, at worthy or oeing repeated rmohery; ana now that the mother and the son have both gone to t,u'ir 15 nal account, it is projier tha tbia hould be put on record. Mother may tch lessons to their sons which they willj llot u'r?et wlu l1 ll,l'y become President. We have heard it said that Mr. Polk liveii mile or two from bis mother, but never failed to visit her every day of hit life, while he was in health and in town. . , - Our Country, i ? -. ? In 1 792, the corner stone of the presenf Capitol at Washington was laid. At tlmf lime, General Washington, in whose honor tlie new scat of Government was named. officiate 1.' 1-ifty-eightyenrsafterward, name ly, on ihe 4th day of July, 1861, the corner stone of an extension of the buildings was i.:.i I .1.. t . . b. ... i The area ofoui territory was thee 800, 1 uoo square miles, it is now 3,300,000. Then we had no railroads, now wo have 8,500 u.iies of railroad. ......;'.,..,, 1 . , 'J'hpn w liml 901) riant nffiij.. nnv mm bVf. 91 11(111 . 11 . . i Our revenue . , from postage; tlieR was $100,000, now it U fi, 000,000. , These are only a few facta to bor the roiini trTiu: r i nt iiio m t mmi i. a land our chilren have to do to secure the eoo. tinunnce of its prosperity, U t lave, fear, and obey the Gol of our father. Ui aroid in einpeiwion, pridcj contention add gree- diness of irain ttnd eherish in all Mir Learta a tru patriotism, and it justsenseof or 1- ligation to those tUt shad nw. niter ue... ' - - STWhy B 4 Ititl like the tteatuwf Ue- f K 11 made uf nothing aud is made of "oMiingiind is good. A. ' ; , ' Mistake-it'e made 'of ' " ;: I ' "A F Ki MR M6te.-Tw irMimeit T JMriitt . : t i i ! - -. . -i.ilt Ills Ui . . . . . ' unmr.uiy uraiiuT. eiuiny una - 1. I.. I. . ..! I . 1 !, fT " i,mhm, but wmf . 1. '' who w.tt,d" mu! MKiptuml t.h ' remarked. , ." tm.xti..kiU mnciiv 'tkt hut ultra tiai' irfir a m'vuwf i.fn II cowlJ. ",, b" m IXari.TkKiTiuK is Ts,- The rVteatifio American states lhal nilul'crtted (caU I coming more common every day. Tbete is scarcely a pound of gKxf U-a to te foun t; ills adujiertcd, tirst id Chinn, and tlu-n U uhdcrgiiesa fiRKiftiag ; proew when k vonvM h-r.' 4 Cin this be correctt ' " ' '. ' XsrAn Eastern pipr says tba wlwn flour U down to four Uoiki-i and fiHlt wi a barrel, and wheat eight reats per bMhi, i: takes more than ten mills to make a rent. JCW There is a lady downcast, talljK minded, that th U'udmnK to owa she line common st-nxc. ? t r ' ., arA Cleveland lpaper Mf. that isri) hundred Cernmris ' wilf tfav'that e?Uy short-. ly, for 'Germany, to prV'cip"i in the eifpeet ud revoluti..n in Maj-,, . 's's''p'i-i;" ' ' , SW Among tbe nviny rikirrj thlngk .t by KoSAu h, uk' bwMrir:J in itiieoniu is the Ibilowifijf-Urieirgion is a nrfr-iiy eery' lMMMtsf nnd ibinViiig n ai."' 5. ill j