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Hit r ... V r sXv-7 Ay Ay v v VOL. 1. B1100KVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1858 NO. -M. an. rUBLHIIED XVEBY TUSAY - BY . - . V. II. FOSTER., ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On dollar and fifty ncpu .1 y Hable ,u ' draace, two ! !lrat tho end of lis month, er Ihre dullri at tai tiirtion of the -ear. RATES 01" ADVERTISINO. 3oe piart, (ten line or 1cm.) one lmcrlton...$ 75 each uHcqucnt iimrlion ...... each uhK'jurnt S m.nlb 0 3 on 44 44 5 oo i l 44 8 no JJailatat card of all line or ts, 3 month... S 00 O ... w uu 1 14 44 12 ... 00 YlAftLT 40VKKTI.la. One ooluron, (eaanjroalle juarUrljr)... $r,o oo oo i 35 00 44 44 20 00 44 44 1 J On 'n..l.... atioea nuhti.hed in the editorial c.dumn of ten line or !, will bo charged ono dollar, if 3er ten lino, ten conl per me. LZt lertloment will he Inserted and charg ed to the attorney Mt-rin mo . Candidate for offl.-e will e charged two dollar or nnnunjemenl. or n. d"l!r to ...WrilK-r. Tratuirnt a.!rTtl-mMt mii-t intnril.ljr be paid fw In adran. All others to be willed fur nrterlr. -A Uiont of fire per cent will bo niadj from our aaaal rate for eah. ... . , T.:tT AdrertWement to In-r-r inertion mut bo tandd In W Wo-lnp-lnr mo-iiinjr at 10 o'clock. Uale'e "rtUo.Ur tiuio is jjw.im-d wlien hailed in, adrertioincnt' will lo pul.lixhod uot.l of lores! ont, and chv;rd accordingly. " B U SIN K S S CAR I) S7 JOHN H FARQUHAR. Attorney at Lm BU00KVII1E. 1ND. Off art kia prfoinal erice to tho poklio, a bo foaa d at hit ol J offiet No. 1 cp ftair ia Commor ial building of or tbo (tore room of llaur. Lieck A Farqnhar. v W . MOHROW, ATTORXKY AT LAW. Tint Door Souh cf the Po?t-efc. TJH.L PR ACT I cn IN TUB COM MO!? PLIAS, V Circuit and sanrera Coarta of tho btaUa. fbii-tf. QYRUS KILGOREr ATTORNEY i COUNCKl.I.OU AT LAW LkoutriLLE, In P. Ofioo la Haifa Buildi.i orer tbo Cauk. HOLLAND Co BJNKLEY, Xtr Oije in llailo' E!e k, Wst of t'u Co.n Uvi.. iVaVit tf ' JOS. COX &. WM.H. KERR, r - rw -W . W -T- II 1. .1 . I . .1... ....Iii... ,U tl' 111 .1 Lll ii.1J nlW.il tIMJ I tlU'lllll. .r. , . -1. liiio uiui nm'. wiilioul nn nlou ot muI oH, aiil llio Iu.m.iic ot 11 Miiuituio , :i;.riu. r Cor. ftbS ALFRED C JENKINS, u. 1 1 o r n o y a t Xj ii wr' XOTATlYl'Ur.Tjr. 0Uce So. :ii Il' Fourth Strut, CINCIXX.-.TI, O. Collcslions rumpfj ttcnded to. "5; JOHN V.'. KKKI.Y, WRITE.? ANI TXKrs ACKS0WI.ELGE menta of Peod, JlortgRt-a and Puwtr of At Vroiv, an t dooi nil othor Laiue whio'a a Nciau-y la aatherized to do. DR. JOHN W. KEELY. Surpoon-Df;iiti Avor.ix is 1111; pi.mai. link ai- IV. riScd. OCTk-o and ttoie 000 davr baalk el Tyncr A Kluiblo'a atcr. PIIVSICfAN AX!) Sl'IKJKON (ii:iiAit nnovE, INI ii AN A. Six Allies bcltAv Unxikvillc?. 'FFKRSMIS rnOFi:.-SlNAL 8ERV1CFS T) ) ths eitiieri of Franklin couuty. Iii o'hee U ocatod opposite J. T. Cooler' ftore, w here he wili found, oxct pt whoa reremioca'.'y trgtjti. febia'57-1y 'ix.a ana w amnt csts :, ,.vt.llt. t,-... ho ii;i iü;-u..i h -.,,,1 h-m-m. ""um 'CiriCrKrATr. O. .!cU..raw.rmoaMviilia Want!- AUvc nil oll.or women t!.o wife of 'Sl'cv. ''V' nml fnt two tender na. U'fe-Jk'k W" .... I 1. ...1 1...... 4-..i.; ! Ii.,....,. 1... K'in.r'- .r,.,,!,, trim if, anl thou wrt . J.pähI to say, VALLEY HOUSE, BEORBE F. MAXWILL, Pa3HIET0S. - TTTIATfS'fJ Ukra the above Home, l?ie preprie- XI tor will devote bin nailivljcj attentive la ihm ttmfwrt f tho. Wut niüj become M nucts. The .vtal.li.ihm. nt it now un Jcrgoinj; 11 thorCi!h tC irinj. aot elrmmiuj;. for tins iirnnir ,rn., te whici he invite kii lrieae1! and tho public gener S ITeraes and kardial kapt f.r the acceuino- ation ef eet:ner. k EDWARD HEYESL Saddle & Harness Ulalior, oxi noon xortii of tiik TAI.I.KT H0C3U. TT AVISO' REMOVED HIS ESTABLISHMENT 11 to the above locati.n be would invite hU alJ patront and friend to jivo him a eall, His teek eonita in part r ! E ADDLES. IIRIDLE4. HARNESS, COLLARS, WH ITS, HALTERS, Ac, i.e. Wkiek wilt He told at Cincinnati prior. Fe i alt prepared to do repairing on tbcri notice. Ui ex perience in the buiue warrant. hitn in the bcli e of beiaz ab! to jie catlr lalui'aetion. faLell-lT. . SAMUEL B. JENKINS, SADDLE&HARNESS MAKER MX. CARMllL, XNO- WOULD 8 AT TO HIS oM rrir.i.l and eaito aien that hn i now prcnrcd to ncconm odate hem with everything in Iim line of l.usiius, nid eela cenSJont he can uit all who may give hii. all with a gttnl work a enn b buiijcht in lie ono try. at ia tu factory priit. (VII and e tty tyle of work. may T-tf. D. & T. ÖliOOIvS BOOT &S HO E. JI.tNUFACrUUKÜS jtlctamcra, Intl. nvia j recently removed froa Bloomins flrore te thii place, we are pnpitred to firni-h Boot aad h of the bct qu lity at itinlai tory pi lreand on accommodating terra, uur long experience in the bo'incs warrant 0 in the tcln f that we caa giro entire tiifaetio teenr cutoiDcr. net?tf P. A T. BI0OK?. JlcDor.o; of t ü t 2i ein t ( f ti I . love'i Inquiry. Thon d-cp andcrtrncit Liu j and cm 110 t aro tltiuo cjrai; I know that in ourheinf Thcroaro aiKWi-rln j-nipalhloi; I know there dwell Uon luo An aCvi ticn rich auU pure, And akiith anxiou yvnrnlag, "Will It ecr thua eudurT Quick changct come upon n Chttiijot) not in our control; There aic phfidoAi and t lica, And tlurk tide upon tho luul. With tremulous emotion, I accept thy liountcuu toro, Hut Rk with nnsioui ycurninj, "Will thou love iuo uvcruiore?" Thon knowest all my wen' ue; Thou knowckt a'l mjr owt r; Thon 'rt rrad uiy lilo aud knoweit I.'rcry word and every lluwci j And if within my naturo An Krnc-iiu gift there be, , I would ita bi ighli t ratliunco kbould trntl itself with theo. Cod known no elflsh impulse l'ruw üiiiy heart thus clone to thine, I wouM that nil uiy toiling Should partake of the tit v inej I would Lo oineand perfect, Li inx truly, hcaitily, Thut Iitu'a luot pjioriiUi holni Should lurruuud aud hallow the Anl if upon thy pathway, I l;ai: ca t one liny lay ilitdo one moiiK'tit brighter, happier, Ily my Ii;'e, or Hy my lay Tli ti thou i-.inst nut lore a naturo That ii meaner than ti.iu own; Thou cnust never u e enj'iyutcut In a noiil of lower tone. So I rct my heart contented. For in lit is clearer view, I ace thou'll not withhold uio ciuch luven U my doc; Anil if oinc richer nature M i;li the gift that onro wm mine, I must bow my bond rubmlaitve lo a law of tho 1'iviue! Bat with ctt-nost, strocg endeavor, 1 would labor by thy side, Lru the riht to be ctn J.uuion, Fil!ow-oikiraiid thy guide; Thiouh all carlh'a weary turn. oil, Km p a loving noul, an J pure, All tiiy bounties of att'uctioii Wiil forever tit u 0 idurc. Select jH(ßcrUaui. Vhat Constitutes an En- Ijagcnicnt? y A Witcrirj Place Kistcry. Tlie fiui'lcfom'ttc of tho Courricr dr.s FJats L'itix in l.iü " Citron qne dc A Vic Yrk," aller :Mi lin that l!ie riMMjt M'uson h:." M (c!iic-i.'( little but common 1 . 1 ii f - c iwnls, (fnin!litex) ivt'S tlioiolloW n tnanttc watering-j!acu history: 1 know it yoiin man (though tlifi pleaMire bad attracted to Sara'.oa, New port, or Sharon, as 3-011 will. The namo is i.et of the brightest conse (jiieiice. Flirtation, width is not expressly prohibited in the Dialogue, is a scnli liiciiU.l coin lu 113 cut rent in tho United Si ilis, and ils tiiculalion compromises 1 o one. If the truth must bo avowed, it bad chanced that our heroono night one moonlight night inj"ed u con veisatioii at the txtremitv of a durk piazza; and this young gentleman, by aceidvtit, peihaj, dropped his head at the moment the young lad' in question lai.-ed hers, the better to hear what bo said. Iiut a kiss, half given and hull received, is not a matter of such mo ment as to require the sanction of mar riage. lie it known, then, that William (1 sec nit impi opt ici- in calling him Wil li:. m) was petrified rather than charm ed, the next day when his partner of the previous night's interview asked him, blushing, it he thought it best to n.ako known their once ! engagement ;t l!o gave her a look from which the young lady inferred that fcl:u was not understood, .and blushing still more sweetl-, repeated tho question. William exhibited no discourteous Mirpri.e, but put on an appearance which indicated that ho was deciding whether an immediato public uvu'.val was bot, and then maiit'cl to huvc some g"oud reasons for postponing the rovtIation uiitil tho close of tbv season: IUI I Nelly promised to keep it a pro found secret. That tii.ht ho retired to his room and tiU'ditnteJ vniior.sschcnics lor extrica ting himself fvr.m b's embarrassing jo sition. lie could ado. It every plan but one that of marriage. lie bad not decided upon any definite plan, When next night, at tho dance. t : u ii.ini II i .li iht 1 1 it iiicrifi i'lut 1 V V I "Onorcu mm wiiii a ii ieiiu.-oiip ooruer ing til'ion the Kcnlimcntal. touched him iigntiy on too arm and said, Willi a niterious air: Sir. I congratulate you. Wherelote? he asked; but ho had al ready glided away in the dance. The matter required an explanation, ami during a hiatus in the music they went aside, and Susan ppoko in a se rious mood: Nelly is my best iriend; she has told mo all. Oh, vou needn't blush so at th.d! In fact "William coloicd with thciden that his pretended engagement had al ready been circulated among his in lima to friends. JIo did not directly deny it, however, but, took a method ot his own. Am I really engaged? bo demanded of Susan A beautiful question to ask me! Paid Susan, with the slightest touch of spite. You shall iiul-ro mv case, said Wil liam. Suppose I repeated hero what vou havo heard a hundred times a thousand times that you are beauti ful, intelligent and Accomplished; that it?irA-? --...:'. . ...t ? I . 1 ......1. . lot ih i-ne. t !iivr.. r".,imsoit,.Wn your eycanre tho deep blue ot heaven; your lip tlio tiunfmront rod rf tho uo ml; your looks tho black lintro ofllie ravan'H winj your neck tho ;raco of tho hwan, unJ your ahouMcrH, tho wlutenvMN ot hin olitniuo vouhl all this, I uk, constituto an engagement between ii.' Jsot, ci-i tainh. And if 1 Ahuiild ndd: Tho muicl.tn loves you fur tho melody of your voieo, tho painter lor tho perfection of your lineament, tho ueulptor lor tho modol of your of your arms, tho poet for tho expression t your glance, the unlortti nato lor 3 out goodness of heart, thejay for your wit, und I Juvo you 'or uil these, I Js it true thnt yon havo said all tlioso pretty' tilings to her? It is not truo. I could not havo Bald it without falsehood. And you never I'e? Never. Jf I malo inch nn avowal, doos it follow that wo aro to becumo man aud wife? I do not think fio. Neither do I. For cxamnlo, if upon just such ti night as thi, I tako your hand (the taking of the hand was more than a Minpo.-hion) and say to you: Ü Susan! do you know how long I havo loved j'ou? Havo you not dinned it in my words, lilt, it in my words, kit it in my silence, seen it in my look?? Then, do not wait; accent tho .für of my heart, which beats only for 30; of my life, which has no other object, if I may consecrate it wholly to your happines. Uli, Hmme! bhaine! suddenly cried a voice, btiJled with emotion. lho two re treu to I precipitately, sock ing poor Nelly, who u'so hurriod toher chamber to hido her disappointment anft herftuy. Disturbed at tho dis.ip- lean neo ot her supposed allianved, suo iinl walked out on ilto dark piuzxa, hoj- ing to meet him, and arrived in liiuo to hear his gallant epeech. Jleaven what will bho thinu'erelaini cd Susan. Tho truth! replied vYiliiam. The next morning, at breakfast, eve- ry one was asking, Have 3011 heard the new.r illiam has broken his engage ment. IS ti t thev were deceived; for in three months by married Miss Suau II , and the happy pair aro now in Italy. THE FORTUNE 0? ABDALLAH. A Persian Story Abdallah was :i prosperou barber of Sliinaz. lie married jv woman of Mir- p;ising beautv, but c.ccsi vely vain, so that hi whole Mibsistem e was c tiissun vied 1' the wife of Abdallah, the unos tentatious barber; for she t.n'..cte I great grandeur, andeould afford it, on account ol tho 1: go salary and handsome pres ents be.to.ved up.m her husband. One day lho discontented be uity an nounced to Abdullah that she would no longer continue to livo with hi tn utile- ho gave up tho miserable busircs ol barber, and adopt that of Astrology. In vain did ho rept esc: t t her that trim, niing beards was his habit, while of as trological predictions ho knew nothing; hho insistt-d, and the unfortunate man. infatuated by ho alleclion resolved to obe So, obseiving the ecccntrh-practices of the astrologers, ho took a brass basin and a pestle of bleed into the bazaar, and smiting his basin, cried aloud that ho woaid calculate nativities, predict the events of tho future, delect thieves and recover lost property. Ilia neigh bors were astonished and ono and all said, Abdallah, lho barber, is certain ly mad!'' But it chanced that a certain lad', returning from tho bath, walked through the IJazaar with her veil torn; she appeared in great distress, and Upon healing tho cry of Ah laltah, sent onoot her slaves to him with tl'ta mes sage: '"If v ou aro an imposter my hus band shall cause you to bo bastinadoed; if you are really an astrologer, inform 1110 'where I liall find a necklace ol neitrls which I have lost this day." I'oor Abdullah, bewildered, gazed upon the lad', and gaining time to invent an answer, said: She tan will the jioarls, when they nro near, lor the veil is torn. liicso wo riw wore reported to her by tho slave, and she uttered a cry ol joy. Admirable prophet, sho -xel;imed, I placed my peafh tor safety in a rent thrt is in the ved of tho oath; and sho ordered Abdalk.h to be presented with forts- gold pieces. Now. it should be known thai m lho l'ersian baths there are screes, the namo 01 wnicn is tnu same as the native word "veil." So Abdallah, bv a luckv accident of speech, had not only saved himself lrom tho hastimulo, but he gained for ty picces of gold. At length, anolhcr lad v, tho wile ol tho king's treasure, made her appear- nnet ami just at that mo.r.ent a mes- froni tho treasurer came up to Abdallah, in tho bazaar and spoke to him. Tho lady stood close by and In toned. Abdallah, said tho stave, my uiister has ht the king's great ruby; it thou hast the wisdom of the stars thou canst rind it; if not, thou art a preten der, and I will assuredly cause thee to be bastinadoed. This tints. the entor tunate barber was at his wit's end. Oh. woman, ho exclaimed, thou art the au thor of this. lie meant his own wife. but the wile of the treasurer, who. stood by, imagined ho rclerred to her. (iuiU is always pale, the pod says. She her self had stolen tho king s ruby, and be lieved that tho astrologer was aware of her criaie. So when the incscng.r had departed, leaving tho barbc petrified with perplexity, bho approached him, and said in a soft tone Ö astrologcrl 1 coufjss that in an hour of nvericcl took tho jewel, I'ostoru it, without mending mo to condemnation I Abdullah stern replied, Wunifv , I know thy guilt. Where i the JeweL She? answered, nu der the fourth) cushion rom tho door, in tho apartment rifjvnshnm, my Lord' (leorgian hlavo. AbdaÜ'jl Jin"teued to the palaco, was rewarded with a robo of honor, a thousand gold pieces and a costly ornament. v . Urged by his wife, AUbcliuh cswayed or. to more. Tho KingV.trcu8nro .had been broken open, and fii y chests of motic" had been tarried away. Not a trace of tho thrive had j-oon discover ed. Tho royal nstrologeriad tried evo ry Port of tievinatioii nvl failed, and' was therefore, in digrui - Hut in all Siiiraz,' had reached tho ca ;of lho kin:r, who heut for him, and gava him -udi-enco in tho Hull Of- Hinot H-pen-chideh. Abditllah;" ho uh, with a to- vero expression in bis fnu?. '-art Ihou 1 tiul' able to read tho.ata'v"'" fc-"' to tho proot answered Iii ,, wito wan 'now prepared für tht 'Then discover lho forty theft ui'gold, which havo been stolon, hs well as tho crimin al. Succeed, and t hen tho shall marrv a print oss and beeomo nlr minister: fail and 1 will ban thee?' ' Ihero must havo been f rty thieves!' s.tid Abdallah, making tt jf-vtunato ami not very ditlicult guti'frrant mo forty dys" "Forty Uxi -tlioa tdialt havi said tho king, -CvuL'lhou halt thcr. die, or live for honor und riches." So tho barhar went hornound told bis wife, ami said. have fortv davs to live; I will sit upon" my y fay er mat and meditate upon tho evils rd' life, and tho ble.sing of death, "(live me. I bcr thee.'forty beans. At th? hour of even ing prayer, daily f wilf give theo one, that by counting the-Mi.'under, I may know now many davs t havo to live." Sho complied; and ofcrf iUy, at tho ex act hour of üiuiset, AW:iJUh L'.ivo her n bean, and faid with grLt tirmncs'aud solemnity-, -there ison -?f them." And on th0 last dav, ho Paid, in. an excited manner. Their aro forty of tliem!" What was hip - "astonishment, when, nt tho instant, a j iolcrit knocking was heard at tho doftrv- A crowd-of men woro admitte.l. ;nd oneTif them evidently th0 chief, sathK), 'Abdullah, wise a.,trol0Pf( thou !.:jlt receive the forty chests (,f. gohl i v.ijonchod. bat fpaco our lives'.- In. sukjmo bewildcr mo:it bo Answered: , r f - 4 -Tiii.s 11'iht I should hjwe seized thee and thy wretched cotd p;'nion?; tell me. 011 thy head, how knlrfst tlion that I j)osso.ssed ihis knowled.:-'?' 'We heard said th0 cliief of tholi oWbi'rs, that tlie king had sunt for theo. - ;tVhercfore, ono 10 'there are two of them." and this night, f, wonderful ! thou tlidsf rxT-'aun, 'there are tho whole forty' but restore th king's money, anil do not deliver us un to the executioner. Abdallah promised to do what be could. Doing admited to lho palace, he declared that owing to wnno myatc ry of the st irs,- it was given to him to discover either tho thieves or tho treas ure, but not both.. Tho monarch at len g'.h consented to tako tho forty chest, aud fulfilled his promiso to Ab dallah. : 4 Letter front Artenriis.Ward. lie, V;$!l$ Il-rUn Jleights ind Fncoun ters the Fre-i Lovers. (Ir.NTz Sine i last 'writ a article for yure valerable paper ive romed far & "with a Dia lam on . my Brow," 0 to speek.'iny kareer this seeson has bin I kontlniiered ovas'tun. The bjw niond it elitty has cum to see mytrooly grate show cverywhares, k the boot' and shovelry of oil laud lin gazed in raptors upon niy wax liggers i kangeroo & has exklaimetl "kin theso ere things be ö: ci cciun us like a summers kloud ?" With a nnamermous voise they hav. all e.jressed tlieirselvcs aatisfied, ii let it bo soKekordid. Hear i am at Derlin llites aiming the Free Lovirs, i arrovo here bint Toosday k hittcrly ilo t cuss the day I ever sot loot in this retehed ph.so. I hern tell of theso Free Lurirs tor some time k i thawt Ido cum k sco what kind of krit- ters thay was. 1 oiteht my tent in a livid near lho Luv Kurt, as thoy kail it & unfolded m- tniu'r to the Ureeze. JJiniebv the j'c?p'.o komtnenccd for to pour into my show it i bl fur to konirralerlato myself on doin u sLaviti bu.siitvM. 15:it tliey ware a oncry look in set, i must sey.. The mens fae was all kuvered with hair V they looked harf starved to detli. Thay didn't ware no westkuts fur the purpus (as they sed) of alowiti tho free air of hevun lo blow in onto their biizzoms There koat pockits was filled witti tracks und other tarnal nmiseiis & they .was in deed a skaly looking krowd. . The wim nieii was was nor-tho men. They wore trows!, short govynds k straw hat with faded green ribbons onto them, & they all karrvd bloo kottoii innbrcllcrs in their hands, lliiucby a .-riectly orful looking female juvseuled herself at tho tlorc. ller gownd was skandei lusly short .1 her trwoois was shameful to bo hold. Sez sho 'Ar, kin it bo ? yes, troo, () 'tis troo!" Sez i, '13 seats, inarm. ' Se .she, k ie found you at last at last, 0 at lat !' Sez i, 'yes yu has fyund me at last k X would have found me at fu.t, if 3 u had cum sooner.' Sex she, 'Ar yu a mau V Sez i, 'I think i ar, but if yu dowt ityu may address Mrs. WardlJablinsviile, lniiaunv, posta-ro patle, Ä sue will dowtles give yuth.u i;j quired ihtormalio!!.' Kea mic,' 'then yu air what Uio wurld cawU' n-iarrjd?" 'I sed, 'yet inarm i air:' Kksentric female then g.abd mo by tho arm k sez she in a wild voise,-'yu ulr mine, O yu uir mine!' 'Seacely,'. sez i as I releesed iiiy. self fnim hor Irun grip. .She iignne clutched mo by tho arm k ncd. 'yu ulr my afllnerly." Sez I, 'whiit ' upon mill 1 that tr : Dost thow not know? fez she. -No ni'irm,' scz i, d dostunt.' Stz he, 'listen, man. & i)o tell ve. Fur cars he yearned for thee. 1 kr.owd thow wast in tho world Bumwhnros al Ihoi knowd not thy nnimo or placo of residence. My hart sod ho would cum it I took' currige. . He hau cum ho U here yu aro him yu aro . my altlncrty! O tia two much two much!" and she bust out cty in. Ves,' kcz i, d think it is a darn ito two much.' 'Ifast tho not yearned foo rao ?' sh5 yelled, riu'dng j mV I rim yejie her hands like u fr?mu!o J)l.t3" i.'not n 3 varn.' Ji this tim act er. Sez mo a Lrrato krowd ol rreo J.ovirs ." hud kollocird I ...w. . eH ! Ji. rnutuiii mi im rr t 14 on! Fl,d' 1 I I I . . I "on?, ueasiy eiseite- 'cry, iswai jast as mad-ua j; Ma rich I air. 4 ' ; Sez i ycu jack of onciy critter's go way frum me and take this retched wo man ayi ay with yu. 2.1 y name is Arto mus Ward and imo iidhohhow bisnis. i puy.my biis and.miiid my own 'fairs. Imo a manid man and my children all look like 1110 if am a showman. I don't go in fur sottin the laws of my country at defiunce. I aint in favur of privatcarin or nothing else illegal. 1 think yure afllucrty Lisnis is cussed m 1 1 1 es- ifT-- 1 ...... 1 . nonseuso t.ein outnijaIi- wickid. Whi dontyou behaive'desuntly and likoolh er folks 1 (J0 to work and earn a livin, and not stay round bear like a panml of lazy shiltlis goud fur nothing koots. llaint 3-e gut no gumpslain'? You wiinmiu foUs go back to yure lawful husbuuds ir yuvegut any and tako oil them skanderlujj short gownds and trowsis and drcs respcllul like other wimin. You nun luLs cut orf them piratical whiskers, burn up them-infur-nut Spiret rajtjtin tracks,, put. on -sum Weskutu and goto WUik choppin wood, spbttin louse rale.s.or sum other useful employment fur which natur intended y.uA ' l'orcd -Ith iiiy. iudiguashun in im w ay. until i gut out of broth when i stopt. 1 talk down my tent and bhall love town this evenin. ' 1 pet-Mevo with ilisust thnt the De troit tat ilau has bin blanderin tue in tho papers. I slutl attend to. his kase in a fuller letter, thowir. him up in awl his deformit. ,i ' Yours, A. Ward. Tits Jews In Palestine, of.Jato 3ear.q, the' have r fJ?.li iiitV-1 'i.0 ' l that man- 'thoii.uniTs inliabi.rSaphct and" Jem a v rtj-ftrrn-tiiftVtirt'tf ,.Y-!-hii. thev-KUH sing those pathetic bvnins whicli"tbVn: manifold tribulations have Inspired, be wailing, amid the ruins of their ancient capital, tho lallen city and the desolate tribes. In Persia, ne of them address ed 'Christian missionary ir these af fecting words : "I have traveled far; Jto Jews arc everywhere princes in comparison with thoso in tho land ol Iran. ,11 0:13- ,H ot,r captiv:t3", heavy is our burden, heavy is our jliiverj; anx iously we wait for redemption."" ' Hjstoiy, nays an efo-juent writer, is a record (if .the juibt; it presumes not to raise the mysterious veil which the Al mighty he spread over the future. The destinies of this wonderful people, as of all mankind, are in tho hands of the all-wise ruler of tho univeise; his d screen will certainly bo accomplished; his truth, his goodness, and his wisdom Will -bo certainly vindicated. This, however, we way venturo to assort thai true religion will advance with the dis semination of sound knowledge. The more enlightened the Jew becomes, the more inciediblo will it appear to him that the gracious Father of tho whole human race intended un exclusive faith, a creed confined to one family lobe permanent; and the. more evident also will it nppjiir' to him that a religion which embraces within the sphere of its benevolence all the kindreds and lan guages of the earth U alono adopted to an improved and eivilized ago. We presume not to expound the signs of tho limes,; nor to see farther than we are led by ihc course of events; hut it is iinposMhlc not tu be struck with tho aspect of the grand.st of all 'mural phenomena, which is suspended -upon lho history. and actual condition of the sons of J:evb. At this moment thev aro nearly a numerous as when David swayed the sceptre of tho twelve tribes; their expectations are tho panic; j-.nd on whatever part of thj earth's suri'acc they havo their abode, their eyes and their faith uro all pointed in the same .1 ! . it I n . I . . f tiireciiou 10 mo land 01 uicir lainers, and tho holy city where they wo; ship ped. Though persecuted by man, they have 1101 once, during eighteen hundred long years, ceased to repose confidence in the promises made by Jehovah lo the founders of their nation; and al though I he heart has ollen been sick, and the spirit f.iint, they have never relinquished the hope ofthat bright re version in the latter day, which is once more to establish the Lord's bouse on the top of the mountains, und to make Jerusalem tho glory for the whole world. winter Management For. Fruit Treks. Those who h ive newly train planted orchards and fruit gardens should remember that winter alfords oppoi tunitics for rcinle.iug them i in portant assistance in their growth here the soil is ma ncli enough at .1.. .1 . 1 1 no time tnev were sei out, it may i.e made so afterwards by the application of manure, v. h;cb tl U'oo ironi struw or ' 1 1 1 course matet mis in wnicu mice can haibor. About or.o-t,eiitb of the wont ashes addd to the t...imnc is advunta- rev t . Kgeous. ine winter and spring rains will wash 1t into the sil. A Darkey on Suicide. . "So you had a bad susancido nt your house lass nite, Sum," said a colored geminan, on meeting his colored crony, a waiter at tho hotel. Oh yes Lemuel, dat'wo bad it nl most Kciu t me Into taking a drink. He wns jis from California," ivid heaps ot noospapers. lie come ober de Jercipe lus by Niggi-raguo route, and jmt up at our house prerio-ii to hU 'rival. I toil do man was out ob bis head, kase be gub me a shilin' as noon a ho laid eyes on me from dal minnit, I stuck by him for fear some inle.ed puson nii-dil get hold of him. Do next, inornin' as de chairmbermaid was goin up stnrs wid a sctmio on coal Jor hor luvaktass, smelt loi'dum asstn i'e man' . ''.; as s!io M-u'ii ' 1. '.', :!. !f n" i:t. 1 j - ' sMC 1 :IK. US'! 1 o 1 , ;, . i, , . . jjsl KH) bii1! li ' (.: -. 'mi 1 laid lho tii'.m his tro'-r Was 5t's it t 1 in .'il!'' :i h.'.'lli of !.!. s Jum. 'ho hfnv..-cd, and we botched hold ob tie botile to pull it cut, but it wasn't no us- '0 bad to send f r de sturgeon. I o . sturgeon cum, and made a decision hero in do neck, nie tho bo rax, which reached as fur as do equil brium into do sarafogus and putting a cortuen in de decision, gub it a poke wid a di-patehus, when out flew de bot tle and all was safe. What ws safe, Sam, do man ?" "Xo, do bottle do man wasded afore do sturgeon cum; but be. had to do sum fin to earn a feeler.' ' , ,' , . ' Wiiz dor anything found in do pock ets Sam V . 'How do you suppose I know ? Do you think I'd put 1113- band in to feel ? What do you, mean, to insinuate V Oh nufiin only nebber 8ecn yeu hub such good closo on'afb'e, dat's all.'. ; . Kot Down ia tha The r.aliiinoro Dispatch lveounts a sccno which occurred at tho llollida Street Lheatro, tt few ovenings Kince, which was not in 'tho bill?, and which, however mortifying it may have been to the young lady concerned, provoked the risible of those who witnessed it to an irresistible dogreo. - A fno looking young woman in more than tho usual amplitude of crinoline, entered with her beau, and was making her way through . . . . . .1 tho already well filled scats to the front row of the f.rst circle, where places bad been reserved for them. To do so with alt the bold freedom of fo mini no young America, sho stepped upon the scats, when, unfortunate!, her Loops, or rather the lower part cf her skeleton skirt, caught upon tlio hack of onoot tho seats äs sho swept by, and the fad- en i fig r.bnnt 'lbe'v.-aiat' parting, the wLAi? eoMt-crn came down-by llnS'n:n'' iTTTaTYsh'e F'leppTtr fufwar3 and out cf it, war loll banging in fail view on the seat. Tho chango was astonihin g; the full blown belle at ono moment, the next looked liko a lamp post with a silk dros.stic.d irUhd it. For a moment the young lady was also unconscious of the accident. In another sho nov the full extent of it, and blushing crinolin?, ank into her sent, and for tit ; next half hour had undoubtedly tho most bril liant complexion in the audicueo. Testimonial TotiEN.Sewr. Lt. Gen. Scott is about to bo tlio recipient of a beautiful present from the Scott Legion of Philadelphia. 1 1 consists of a gilt frame, over three feet blüh by nearly three feet wide, richly embellished with carving and filagree work, and con tains the certificate of meinbtrship of Lieut, lien. Si.-ott in the Legion. Ths, plato is lithographed and printed in colors. Oil the top is a li!c:ic- of (Jen. Scott in a medallion, draped with two I American flagsand 1 wo regimental flags bearin.' the arms f PenS'svlvaniu. On each side, 0:1 :i poder-tal, is a member of tho Legion, in tho blue uniform worn in Mexico, one standing at a "rest" and thcothtrat "support of arms." The pedestals contain the namesof the prin cipal battles fought in Mexico. Taper- ing up alcng cacti Hue ui me piaio aro two p lnic'ilo trees, colored true to na turo. and al the bottom are bunches of the prickley pear of Mexico. The bot tom of the p. ate contains a represen tation of the Scott Legion mo:iii;nent in CI lend wood Cemetry, and in the baekgruutid appears a b tile scene, ih tunning of tho Castle ol Chapudepec. The certificate is filled up with the name of tho ti'etientl in a very neat stylo of ppnmatisiii ji, and 13 signed by tlieoiliefn ol the Legion. Gen. Washington schlom indul- "cd ill it joke or sarcasm, but when he did, ho always made a decided nil. 11 is rcla'cd thai ho was present in Con gress during the debate on the estab lishment of the Federal Army, when'a member offered a rcstlution limiting the army to three thousand men; upon which Washington suggested to a mem ber an amendment providing that no enemy should ever invade the country with more than two thousand soldiers. The laughter which ensued smothered the resolution completely. A .correspondent of the Phila delphia Ledger, who prentcr.dstu speak from the book, writes: While in London I sounded some of the knowing ones relative to tho Atlan tic Telegraph. Thev fccm to consider it a failure, and even go so far as to doubt whether any nu sago lia ever yet passed over tho cable not excepting- .1 I T)..,,o,l,.iil' --n- eveii 1 no tjuccu unu 1 gratulations ami are willing to back their oj inions by a bet. These messages, they say,- wore sent abroad lo advance the price of stock. Yet at Vh' same time they think a more feasible route will be obtained, vi:ich j f will accomplish the grand obj cr. Lilf Hle.-s.ed be ho that hath nothing for he- shall never be robbed. COttCCftoOt tÜCSCÄfOVßfe ti- Tho commisskmer employed iu running tho boundary line between Virginia and Tennessee, find the line s Crookeil that 'they have all become criM eyed and subject to flt of vertigo. j A Southern paper thinkn tli neutmlity of lho Aflar.lic; t able, whitU was ho earnestly begged fir by, Pres ident lluchanan, ha been fully estab. lisbcd. It hasn't a word to say on cith er side. ' Evr A woman has been nrrff tcljn Alban' for stealing old in.;.; s' ' ' fourteen iounU -of '. ' 1 ) I 'j I' I ,: it i-. doubt-d V.l. a' .1 1 f V" A 1 i l-A pun vrith -I n c - . When tho friv.. bi auty vvho bad just nian iwu c... . al Pellisser, in Frsnee. were--ndmiriog with her the splendid , wedding, gr nicnis .presented to her by tho Km press, she (.aid ' Yes, I like tbo .present bet ter than the future." ' ' ICiT "My dearest Maria," wrote" quit an ullcctionäto' husband to Ms wife, a string minded woman. She wrote htm back, enr'stT-let,aiio . correct cither your grammar or your morals. You addressed me, "My dearest Maria.' Am 1 to suppose 3-ou have other 'dear Ma ria?" 1 ; . lOr A drugget sent bis Irish porter" into a darkened cellar; -soon after bear ing a noise, be wentto the op en inland called ont: Patrick, keep -your eye skinned 1" "Och I nivcr -aji, eye," roar cd Put, "but .it'a my noso lhal'a" bilnt entirelv." i txDr. "Massy, do -ou know w by dem noisy birds am called carrion-crows?"" . '"'Of course, tt is "ijvcu they - feed upon putrid carcasses." "Yis, thu'f it its 'cadio they curry n so ober adcad boss." . i),. Marriags resembles a rzir of s'.jeur.s, says. Sidney Smith, so. joined that they cannot bo separate.'., often." moving in opposite directions, yet al . - , . - . ways punishini! any or.o cerac between Ihetn. . ." ' rt tüT Stuttering man, at a ,-f.nMie.;t. ble had occasion 1 use a pt-pj-cr box. . After shaking it with all 1U10 vehernetif and turning it in various waj-s, be fouisd that the pepper was in no wisa iucJin-' ed to come forth. '' "T-th t!iis p-p-pepper box,"- be''-t-claimed, -with a sagacious, grill r söijclhin like.mvself." '"Vhy c-.a f:Viibl-r:-. ''i'-J' Sit-poor Ii Alle loiiowing tiuicw w me dered by a coroners' jury,' and is tor on file in tbo clerk's odlco in one of th t counties of Iowa : . . - ' j "We find the deceased came, to. his dr.v.h by a visitation from; od," 'and not by tho hands of riolenco. Wo find upon the Ivdy a pocket-book, contain ing S2, a check on Fletcher's bank for SJoO, and two horses,, a wagon, and some butter, eg-rs and feathers. . rmiEa ipim. lie laid Lira down and rli j t ei.d from Li tide ' A woinm in her magic ln-auty roc; D iiilol an 1 charmed, h cnlLd that womaa Wide, Ai:i hi Crst t!e plccanie hitjast rrpote. Mis. Partington inquires what kind of razors are ein ployed in shaving notes? Mr. Pic respectfully informs her that they are generally raisers of money. - When a Kentucky judge, some years since, was asked by an uttorncy. upon some strange ruling, "Is that law. your boior? he -replied, "If the court understand herself, and sho think bo do, it are I " 2 A miller had a cotiplo .tf. ons who were notorious , lbr lying, John," said the cid nian one day, . "bxv'o yous tolled that grist?" "Yes." "Saisr havo you tolled that grist ?'r "Yes.". wYoa will lie so like tho evil one, that I can'e believe y.ou, 1 will loll itniy&tlfto make sure of it." tZJT It is believed that tho father.- uff mankind never reproached hia wifo but once for the unhappy cause cf their ex- pul.-iop IVom Paradise. Fhe bin.crtj and recklessly rcsponded'T don t care A-Jam f Ho never again -. mentioned the Bubjvct. . c?rX. V'c have benrdjit remarked ths,t. bei David buried tlity-ton at aUlliaib.. tlie latter must have been surprised, as such a thing never entered his bead be lbre ! ( , An Oregon correspondent of thee Knickei bockcr says it rains there twen ty six hours per day for tsevehlcCDi mouthrj in a -ear. ' g&T "Henry, 'oe, I wish you would! throw awav that book and talk. Co ma nic I feel" so dull. (A. long SÜCIlC an 1 no reply.) "h, Henry my foot'av a sleep." . "Is it? Well don't talk, dear, yo might wake it." . . , WOMiJt'S LOT I. WoBinn" love is like a Cm-, Wo fed it litf.and (Link we've Hut h u we raitp our hnnd to Mt, L Away it goes at if ) ou'd hotilt r cc- Which five letters may form sentence expressive of forgiveness ? I X Q S U. lilf Why i a retired carpenter likea lecturer ? Uccause ho is an cx-planer. r vi. Tho individual who was "up to snnfi, has come down to tobacco. re.- Lightning- never strikes "bot on'oo in Hi same jdace thercforu let & man viose rirst wifn wm gooi on never mr,t rv i. -..rii '. '