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SPICER, VOL I. HOB Proprietors. THU "ADVERTISER." rUBI.IIUtD 4T TlfTO.'V, lOWt STXET S&TlIlDiY Ml)U.\hU, IUH' RATES OF ADVERTISING. far sixteen 11 n**#, or let», one in«ertua» ^tjr each contii'iwnce, Ni Carrl*. ri"t excerdi:ig si* lines, p«r t/ear, i her*) iJi* -oanl ffitt« to those Aliv i*e hy ilie year. All artv^rti^eirieiiti ordered to bt in««i t*i without specifyiiig the number ot i:*rr I will he continued until ordered out. aul •h»'"» i accefviingiy. I $ST All letters addrsued totha Editoraust Ui'OolPAiD. I VELLS sricca. I UlsStLL Si. 8P1CI.II, ITiOUMts Ai- I.AW and Solicitors jfl Ctiancery. Tipt««i Otlac comity lovf» iio. w cilaa CL4*« CLAIUi Ik Bil«TIIuK, A o n i i o w i e o u a v SJicUor* kL 4«WA ITT,C.iauury. xowa. W«U practice in'he d.Je.ent courts «t fcit Stale. '•'J join IIER, roHNBY A. I LA\v vfice .a tb« C®ait, Home, Tipton, low*. A A. r.BROIf^i ATTORNEY AT LA\V,soncuur .r» Chance ry »no Notary Pubt.c Hjch«iter, r. n« rCJSTICE E LOSC» Ot l'HL ruACE aud .Notary rttB- i lie. Tipton, 1«*a. PlIYM on ton, lo 11 HYSIOt AN Cedar J. W. CHF.ES, lo** i.l UK, .X. UREE.\t )iIYSIClAN AND SUitGiiOl ilochest»* Cedai county, low a. '-i —s A MU E L~ DXWCXL IVftvllUK or ClOAK CO UNIT, IOWA. uoin all lh- Touthiu! iD'l Bfftutifil Liaei. l%e New Erdmd lua j«-ni Rives its readers the fol owing be»iiti! il stanzas, w iic'i weresu^ £ested bv h-*rin^ read no •-xtrac? of a letter Lav up nearer, brother, ne\r«r, f\' my l'p are coU, And thv presence seera-'th dear«r, Wnen t'iy arms ar.i"nd me fold I a.u dym», thT, dyi.»g. Sot! vottM si ne sn y jar berth, For mv t»rm wiU on be lyaj: 'Nfith the Ocean's in/ »rf. II*rk-n to me, brother, hearkea, I have bom -thin? I would say, Ere she V'-il my vision darken. An i 1 go frooi hence iw v I am goii.g, surely ^oirig. I Of every descnotioii, neatly a»4 promptly a*ecu»ed ut ttis uAce. U n s i n s s a s i %»MI. U. TITIULL, TTORNKJf A!" t-.VW Ai.i Suiicitar in Ctianceiy. 'i'lptou, (Jedai comity, Iowa. i E A Y E ATTORNEY AM tmNSlIOR AT LAW. %\i IL' practice in the 8th ulicial Uistnci I Itf aSo buy ai.d s^ll Ke«l Estate. [i.lWuj But iny hope ii Go 1 is strong, I a n wil'tru'" bro-h.* kn wing, TU»t he djeth nothing wroa^. Tell my father, w ien yo i Rrwt him, Tnat in d*»th I praved for him, Praynlthit on^ diy m»y m.vt him, In t'ie wo Id 'at s e" f.om sin Teil my mother, (G'jd assist !ier Jb tar WILL be n-a^py to Wait upon desire ms »ervices. He .s |.rt-pared tj vevins w.th correctness and dispa ch. Office iu tht Court IIOUMN ISAAC MlGCti TAILOR—M«*n and Boy's (i .r»nen!scut an made to 01 •.ler. in t:.r latest and most na Tiptoi low a. "i 1 MKRC lAM v-teei, t.ii h4.»d Cut:.» lkoU »'ft S ioes, Y aultee tm.1., Dry tjio-ils. Gioceries, fcc. i^Ur coutiiy. Iowa. tHAV sinnrBEIl. MERC1'.AN 1*—Dealer 1:1 D'/ eeiies, Cr-ckary, dar couni v', Iowa. Now iat she is gro•»infold Te.l iter, her cluld Wvjuld jlad hire kissed her When his lips ew pale and cold. Listen, brother, c-itch eic'i whi«per, is my wif* I'd »p«ak of now, Te I. oh tell her. how i missel her, Wbm the fever burned my b.ow Tell tier, otiie', cl sely l'.jten, Dor 't forget a suig'e word. Th.v hi deat i ray eyei did glisten. Iowa. H. O. PIATT, ATTORUCT AND COHSICM® AT LAW. IITILL Purrhaie in sell Rul Estate, '.oc*** \Y L.ul w irrai.U. at:enl to the i'ayjxe it ot Investigation of title*, co.iveyaiic.ng, Jtc. Particular attention given to collections. Al t. BVtftNESS iNTaunrco TO U1S cask, WU ATI£NC*-0 To '.Villi PrompiUCM aud Fidelity* gy Utf.:e la the Court iioase w. Ui« Coiuor. iipto.', Iowa. With th^ tears her memory s irred. Tell h«r she mu^t kiss my lildre i, L'ke the kiii I last impressed, Hold them as win: u last held theia, Fotd.nj close.y r.w h.-i*a»t Giv trjum early to their Mtker, Putt^^ all her trust in O »d, And He. nrv«-r will for.-ike her, o« lie's said ao ir. His Word. OK My thil lren Ileiven blesiUwel T'iey were »ll my ifeto ine, Wo. U I ci ld on'-u la 't .rress them, Ere I s nk beneatli the si-h 'Twas tor th«-ui I cossert the ocean, Wha'mv hipM were, I'd not te I, Bat I have gained «n orphan's pwtion, Yet he 'etti all th n^s well. Te'l my s s crs I rem» nber £ier\ ki d!y ir'ing word} And a' heart hn beei kept tea i*r. By the fioug .tsth ir ui^m'ry sirred Te "hem I nevr re*ch''d t!ie haven W .ere S' u^h' the "preen us uust." Bat I have^an.ei a port cal'ed Heaven, Where the gold wi I never rust. Urgs them to secure an entrance. For they'P fin th-u bri thcr tbefe) F*iti ini»s.is, and r?p-ntaucj Brother, her.-'s my ia-t t\ t* e'l. w Gr°- C«ilar Ce nt jOIll*£4TEU DEALER N 'iW, Sail, WooUsu W^:e, A Tfiptor., Iowa. i'l VATII AMf AKTit, DRUGoIiT. lillt'EL P. DA\IKLi, STOVES, 1 iigaut 3 fate, ef Ca»t. Trip across tof ,n0UaWUjS OLfCW l'iuj.1.:'^ Capt. Walk.r.'iua wS.g.«» .o -vorlJ ia^TouTw more 0.hi« tu i^.e turoagijthe medium »t our columns, some lew months since. Walker's wanderings over the solitudes 'lere IN WU.'Ws^JN^ Nuts. Cifare. Touai I'• iii1-. Tii'toii. low a, w. *. co-» CT aleu^ IN D«Y uJ KJS. .(""0",|"' i«iii' Ware, H.r i* „•«, Bi .1 1 i'aliiei, oits au 1 Sutiao^.v, R.-a.lv we TIN WARE, PLJWI, AND U*. Waie Dealer. TL, :oi I *. til JOI12I DIC&IXSU.V, £t [DOT AND SHOE MAKER—a Genera' A««ortmeii, tegl caiMUatir an a«»4» TiwkkM% 4 .. tk.t CAIIIii tiiC itsjUiicion with the Sierra Nevada, inj the ncighborliooJ of the Tejon Pass.— Here he crossed the Sierra, an turned (his face eastwards. Although in mid winter, Walker's Pass was free from MfXAlWll"*''0"¥, snow, while the mountain** on bota side of ««W -•^pih. were covered to a considerable' Stf and tranuer. was the first w.nte -.u ...i „ilY,fta» information regarding it is derived tro-n it il our columns, some .. i nur,.|, FKNI. bi. tK-vatfil p^rtli on llit-j m-t jtiretchinif awav as far as the eye coal 1 ertstretcning avvav as far astbeey. coal jreach towards the tolorado. T.us dc^t.t Wils ,, coast ol the Sierra, he could sec the dc.. is a barren wast*1 of sand, with htre anu Virgin, as he saw drut piled !wisio neliinus met with growing to the, f'lje plain itseli is s mctimes as lata »e for miay miles— a other points it rolls sme of the prairies oi the f" "\|, -ut 80 or 100 miles north o. 10 .* r» the country becomes bro- Wa kt s Pass, and Dealer .n Pamfs, O.I«, Dye |hill '^gged .. Walker after Stutfa, Varnuiies,etc, Rocnester, lows, jgy^cy direCl.0" THE CEDAR COUNTY ADVERTISER. tmoTB WITHOUT raaa-—a* **o rc*m *OT. tD17£?l!) l!) ii33IlAa)J3^ iVU3 &3JiaAI TIPTON, IOWA, SATURDAY. APRIL 15. 1854. spot without an idea that water could bo! had. Springs wore o:casionally to be I met with, which bubbled up clear as crys tal, ran lora I title distance aud dtsap-1 pe ire in Cue sun t*. I be i'ia» va river traverse* this desert ol the Colo rado. It heads on the eastern slope of il#tle*ubscrikers, 1 year, insurance, $1,50 from plain Cha e, jrlvms? an account of the, ^e Sierra Nevada, a little south of the babuls. Present—Dr. Dexter, Gov *L w .a -U mouths 2#) s ckness and deatn his brothe.-in-law, Mr.! ^, Pass, runs nearly due north for a! rallmadgi', and Mr. and Mrs S and daks .f 10, 0««.' *M» 1 a,.iaL of 6a, »!«, La eircU. th* llmo. Uivel.-y. T„« ..oto ol the ,.*•! stream coining mtu it Iro n the west. On land, obeying its magnetic influence, Mjesnre to be louud upon il. Ill lln! ju|i dry season it is a very smail stream, not .t i wnere it first enters the plain,aii through out its wnole length is very shallow. A wide valley extendi o tins side Oi the Colorado from i s mouth about 110 miles up. Capt. Walker things the Mo have must empty iuto the Colorado near more than fifteen or twenty^vards. ju4e i could be built without a foot of grading. He struck 'he Colorado a little south oi the mourn of the llio Virgen, and travel- i n 1 W expression, caao i Wil! »ec-.re tor each a sh «re. Hark I hear mv Sivio K speiklaj, Tii. I *now hi, vjice *e !, When I sni^on -. oh djn^' w-*piaj, rtiarkable mi jdous jaLnost uubio'cen s ieet 'sml feel! Tne river so Here the current become* rapid, and e.n to run directly across the I irtg|y I i 1 1'ivor. At tue lall the btreain is uurow- works he might expurg ife t.ie 7Yt-'ll*,a Capt. Jo* Wallter.the celebrateJ moun-! 'u.tly or forty yar.U, wailo tiw can- mosi of JrU.,coii.t ba««lo" i i ,• to a myriad fragments upon a projecting ^neath. Although the fall was l,kc ,«««!.« ... im u.r«. uir,i| wai u tunnel two hundred feet higu. I»jaal idoubtedly the dry bed of asueatu, Vvhichemptieddunugtii« Uw,V ,r°"a' tmVtfW lt Itl •k duo east owl umg the bn.rra, struu c0[orad0( .ae iu iwspitabie dfe.itfrl »or ,al which u, :ie»rly -lUl) dial- .. nig well acquamtej Wth "Jigui, founl water sufli-ieiit, ai».hougu sou. tunes he bad 10 dig dowa in tor a pair 01 cover the the astonished customer i».e *htU9 a w'm would faawa thttt num,.n. vune u e n ,„„Ur „f muall! rrUory of Cap,.- n^^aTi^S. v *', vr"" ""V" \V'r" V3 T~ as l,e a growth of chemisal. The ca'tus s, ny leet uig.i 111 one pait of the tuntel. 1mlUlKl f'1 he tu u e sixty leet uig.i 111 one pait ol he as V\ nat a gran I sigut it would that torreni, tio.i may be seen It is but little kn »wu —no w.iite man ex ever having traverse could induce him to attempt it agun. 1S DU ed a. anu uoUuug,^ auoi er article we shall give still lurther jW t» tfcn 1f»*|.iper* la tht •'Wr S »W*sr| which ihey can make their way onward Tiit* Pittsburgh St'urJ i i\7 tfive the following report of 'the circle ol love' at New York, w'licli will doubtless be read with great interest: The circle met the library of Julge course nearly due east, it :s supposed by the spirits. Uetttn-late an I as was ai ays au a'- I i s w a y a e e s e a v e e w o e a s o o w s a u e o u i w o u e o I down the Moliave for two hundred ni'les. "In the name of those illu3triou3 ben Its banks are very low. aud in the rainy .elactors of the human race, Guttemburg season it Hoods it^ bottom. It sometimes jaili Fausl, whoso influences, even trom sinks into the sunds, runs un ler ground tj,c. hig.ies'. spueres, are shedding tran fur ten or fifteen or twenty miles, and |3cendeut ligut arou i.1 you. I greet you ien o )Zes up and continues its course. Ito-niglit, my friends. i The bunks are of sand very lew rocky the hpa I ill" tins vallev Fro Walker's 1 Tue Press is the Archimedian lev-1 to the duty ot married lt-e runs into tbe sand. Sevier river drains ..Man is like a ,over, llora.e, ancJ he bo've,"traverses a pretty timbered valley, Horace fainted! Mrs. S. held a bot-• aud then runs through a clo^- canon.— |tje 0( w least, turns to the south, and continues its elatioas and unpresi.otu aul corrected, p-ntaut sinner. But. mv friend*. it is ttve populatioi i ts t.bus »su.iiiieJ -I Uettin-late anlasl wasal ay.au al-l II i.van. 2v).0JJ (J »hu. IS 'J to empty into the Colorado, alt'tiou 'i its Alter wiioh aninteresting.bat so-ne-1 ate lor retiii.ij early to bed wuilst I'» £\L' .p tory, co'i•'ersitio.i was iutro-. .vas ou earth, I still maintain tn« wisdo.ni ^"bau. 7uU Lanai, «IW. Aw.a., 0. 500. i ictio.i w.tn that river cannot bo seen what desultory, It certainly doe.i not enter above ground.Tdiued by Mr. Greeley, ou t'ie subject o» jf tu« habit. God nigat!' as Capt. Walker lias traveled up th ng.it I jouririhiCiii^ in the spirit worlds, the ban i I After Dr. Franklin had left the circle, bank ol the Colorado and met with nOjof Dr. Dexter became visibly moved,) Bcju. 1 ont!l ]lU)rs Fa4!**Li»." au wjrU who hive done goo I '.j. (\,loralo he savs a railroad i»'r whicli first moved humanity from its iheir agents gJ abuul collvvtiug the «'V .1 w r.v ,r Jfii.isl ..Af I I. .. V »v..r Hora-e and he inerti*. aud guvo vitality and power to material ot their manufacture all the elements of progress. It is like orplians, lounlltngs, or the children ol I r.u^r ,, «,i u the Vir-1 beat and life to nature. Wny then sliould peejuJice ol worth, aud the lady is dis- jjas ««,-,,irhprltf ourse! regarded, when tbey have shuffled off catiou or wealth Tno task is by no a'' nfcoCdo mSr their mortal coil meant, difficult. Not much knowledge is 1 low Uie Big »uo Iu luoutn li a wide Here Mr. Greeley, manifesting evi- expected from an oriental matro.i,, and, this life by repentant an I tho-w tl.ul pfoceedel Irotn evil passims. or Corrupt sentiments, must be atonei) lui. lift' are so sublimated and refined that I WlllluUt nuy season tn- hading a ktuUty ^p»nt cum-^^ sl0,luU. euoUgll l0 gtat,iy Ws?ul oaje i". 1 vail0e'1 8P''',ts lo tlle coept Capi. Waker lrie|J among them, a» ad- Wv-"ul oace a,uu,,8 ulrul, arc 111 the uab'1 j3 and upward to the lestial regions ot the I The rc lM And there wis joy a- Progression .,. .!,«• auf.-U of h«™„ o.,t xU »•».«" *1""' Elinau.li etu|ir«U ivhat p»i-,unt lo all mho cbaat of piUoulW Uw1'" "uthl"(f printers occupied in tbe Press. 0:1 Franklin immediately u^Unt la Lad «, wa w|i0 -.,,..11 You wis.i to know if we havt newspa oi,aud finds ut r, tll#J ,„.mtetlt: tut I found jH.-n.te.it null touud 1.1 a... vearnintfs ol^' compassioa lor ,11U1C of eJitors tosi.ungo out ot the way pla- SU lll Laiil ol I account of the woudeis ol thai couiatry. •Col. Pijf- w tri ilermg to get out ol the, .t°oue ol from head to loot, "l have not va »ce aud t.ius they vut obuni bei y Ita IW vA. iL^.VA^d^e, elov wanted to get the manuscript .. fnr publication in the Tiibu^it. Batliov. the sun in the heavens, giving li' ht an I poor-parents lor, in the K tst, there is no ^nulllu!,, For vtample, node lilait-? edup uie ri er he the -ou' uut authors and editors and printers be'[a.guusn,d from her servant only by «du-1 n.dawar,, 2.200 Cu,invv.t.cut, 4,8*29. u/Ll i 'l^d with verv little water —in fact, it!dent delight, enquired what his o.vn po-: in this case, at least, neit.ier tne ideai u, ernuicnt would not wont ^»i as well .i Isbo'vs much more water one hundred I sitio.i and occupation would bo in the virtue or sentiment 'and fifty miles up stream this ts owing spheres i The baud of Dr. Dexter, obey-'have a r.ady hinted w.iat way the Accessible as tbe other. A steamer w*w lo the fact that it frequently sinks and ing the spiritual influence, wrote: young maidens are made to contribute to |)ril ll»e a i'u.i o.ie thou- fjf philosophers, aud proceed up.vard and fu.ne. bo.net.mes they act as a^uiiii Julge E luio.ils remarked soota-1 0[ hartl horu to his nose, and he re- thelVlVt.iL Ju ge Smo.ils remarked sootv lu ,_i.„ .u.. u«., -„i. scriptions ol the caged oeau.ies. »ney the way i generaiiy s0„u. turiy •"«f ty SUpp|y. their long-, ous procession to the mosque v I doubt thanks Heaven for tbe large supply slr Jn ignorance, they will, oute in a .r over the wmle, gel tain, perhaps just to mal) a* 2SEMS, $1 4 thought u Muuiu ot u» replied: Many rich luikisli iadiei carry oa a prospect, but we cannot see \tfhat "M in is fotcrer projressire. T'lose trade for w.nc.i wc have no mine. Tuey !jcau3 a send ll iti so.u" wcaiciu lu.uiut »n» ti i i I i American. The Islands cin be of li. outf zested Wisconsin or Iowa. Alter con- .. .. i i i i i .... importance any ot^ei nation siderable debate uj)o:j the sulnect, it was r, uaist bev.omo o: great liupoi'taiice to U*c voted to be sent to leinsvhaua ai a .. it to so.ne western loouity anil, ,, a UP 1S Some'..mes they act as age gOUtlelll' to»e|y n* hl* P,il u 50 In AdTic rmiug un ig.nations of(cx niuatiug animal, and wbio on dm, SO. 23 The HanlwWS Hmla. v Yc' L„"t'z biessed!' When be said tin*. his dull'•«»« interesting :ac:sani :lgur. red eyes limited up with a radiance eutirely ,tio.ito Post t,lv" new to them anJ taking him by the I situated oeuwen the I9t and 2—inegr. .laul.IruM* wit'i him »ver the barren j°/ north lat.tide, on a dire, hue!r mountains, and placed him u.i ler the caiv San rauc«»co tj Hi.ir Kuug, "J**/" ot those spirits who kea«.h the Alphabet' miles Iro.n the tormer placi», o, fro n the latter- T&eir ag. regnte are.. ronta: .* Sandwich Isiaftds. Iky a a Su s V Viu In IS 19, it estimated at 33,00. '.but it i«rapidly decreasing,and ,l ecJlUt et inc »e niajoriy S a ud the prevailing influences w 6 ,, o ,,„i „r ,i, v uited States, rum all iv counts, ti.c 'reat central Mate, and to the rittst urgii 1 °i» Hi .i ,, .i.,,, ,» general opi'iion of ttieir peopte ism f-c. Mirmnr P-nf a a worthy medium o!,4* «. i !,« woflil a ,»el.i.,o„ '"i eminent is waiting measure. i iu 7 hc J''" u np ",7 Cu'""nl 0 1 Uj Cviisu.iuii".tf i.rttinou de- i never Uoubles any on- unless signs u kV ™r% mau s nVpoiyg'uu.st.Tas1^1^ 11 I'lw demial is always 'Zs*'and from the Georgian1 **"*-luf tbis 0lTasi0.itheSultan oaj prKcSilu!l goes in pomp- ,a lhe mus,|a,. ,ng'1"f a«^-'U which have come to illuminate New y, leans C. 111'!»•'* mom ents. gave wUeu liu.y see tlu.u0(j suuula- pruail -L fe in the their busbaadj souud tnrashiugs ,! old Co.npromis themse LUUidoi. IUOUU- line worse! Uue of these u ide .vioped Albany county, N. Y. Early in l..e sue bucii, w.u.c nwtsured 1 spiri'^ said to me, 'O, Dr. rankliu, il, became an actress, and tirst met Santa I boots observed, °.nako taeiri],e»«ii you. visit earth, tell all the triends Ann i at Havana, w lie lutiiiling an e.i call." •Heaveas." exclaimed Hhat 1 uver loved there to sulw.nbe lor gAgtfineai there, at one ol tbe uuu« ihed snoemake surveying ms good .••newspapers and pa f»r fv«i i-« ad- t&T The wife of Santa Anna, dicta- i^e others teei! tor ol Mexico, was born in Westerloo, tuaiden name was Lipaugh, but IUI^ 04 aa- UW Uc taw iiUtiiiue mv a other Conservative piiuts are ularmed at 1 t},erw l3 lfl earth are re war- keep wnat miy bo called nurseru'S Oi'aUS I'hey wonder bow they are to be ded with the opportunity of continuing) wives aud utotuers, aid find both pleas-^overtied. SLa'I they be admitted a their acts of benevolence throughout eter- a il pro.it in traiutug tnoir yyuag .Territory, or a State, or a Coiway i A3 of the measure at all nnschi**- Territory, doubtless, until their popu* lUl)lUll SOVt /eu inculcated. W e dovelopeiniut ol the you.ig is.ers t0 Sau i-x-acisco abuot au sojaC.j A iy to fM rry ou the trade, to which not the ,n JHUCS h"".u* U '^.. coad.tiou shall euabte ti'.cm to 'ask recognition ai a Suite. Wv ha*•: .ra[ U3 j|er St ites than thvy would F'or vtample au arca a 0 uly 1,1'JtJ square miles Massi' husetts coicains but l|d N w j, rly 0ftf thev 'f rier- 8,5'JO, unly 7,49a. Wo do aot see why a Tetritor.al Gw- thrlu as lu fjrctf0a. One is about as at a Terr-tonal dengue trom the I,- Conservative aUrtn* woiU laov. dliferent por- separatfJ, steam enftae, rta^tla. A D»x s *ry. I'M Newbury p. i'' fkndl lella tht fal lowing laughab.e JJ» atory: '•A few days since a young man in the south part of the city, who had ca-llcd up on a female friend, was returning hoiu- rse sufli-iemly'filled"to about midmglit, on the way was the res,. u„ i,,.,,rv ,if n'dence ola butcher, whose premises ar "i* t,° urd. during Hi* by old an 1 ull iv 0 Jfe eauivoca las'k ipurd. during the iM«rht by an old anti cC0., luiihlul dog. Now 4AXiior* is a very d» ol k.« J. Ou this ooca i hearing footsteps, the urg walk leisurely from his encampment mt eel. and ou being observed by tb nan, the latter instead uf pursu en uaor of his way. luo au bon. as he wa*, took to his heels, ead«*i'. thus to allude expected pursu1: this indication of wiorig 'Ma^ r' once fallowed, and tiie geutleiua ., doubt thinking that u.icreuou waa better part of valor, rcoOited to a lu,r L' young eatures iolco'' n'SP**. »nd the dog not willing 10 bo sno ditUwulty in gel-1cheateJ iu tllis hour3 u blU^'r tnauner, for three long ^P1 him hcrt? t,lis P«rilom |atio.i In vain he ca'.ied to the |j.:ar-it ll).e l» l'^1 P^i "ud lar between.— his misery, be to^tc threw it at the dog. over witb it, an strangle him, tut our friend, liko mother, progre-isi^l of thre" urs, an old dog aud an* f"'-. ,h be lr"ef,v*'ed 'aJ,""s ™U 10 haVe and, no!lorwed' du® rtsctnt oppo. Nebraska bill because it wilftfo N^raska bid because will d» tne Suum no good, and is Qesi^ned to themselves strong hauded is aot weaker, you had better itick to it. N$y, stick to all the CompiO.nises for be as- now, waeu you axe aured tnat Un» next agitation—tha' 13 to, ray, tuia, if you arc drawu iuto it—urill, tn alt bu.uar. probubiiny, be the Last,*-* I'uere wdi never be anoiuer Couipvouyse i rely 0.1 that easy prophecy." The ia'e news from C^jland brings accounts of f^reparatiou* lor aa iuuuea*o un m^.'aUoa lioui Wale* W UM, Uieai Mil Like, titi» sprui^.